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TAX VALUES INCREASED
rffv Ov Exrxpt Sundav I A'C c o.o ntv journal. H. C. King, was an arrival on to-' Hidalgo County Commissioners Ap day'i? steamer. prove the Increase. ., "Win. Purcoll of . Matanioro? is - ; visiting the Point. . jSp-tfal to The Herald. Cant. Coower Walker was in town Hidalgo, Tex., Aug. 12. The X i 4 it t'j Crnvusville, Texas, -:; ml (.'iasi Matte-. AUGUST 12, 1902. P. WN, ln".' tiiit today, from the coast. Dr. C. B. .'Combe has gone down to spend a few days on the coast. E. C. Forto, Esq., and M. Beistero returned by the steamer today from i Houston. - - Arthur Fox of Beaumont left by i-ury w ih?ia unaspiring stage this morning, after spending uay-fevQ. . ' . . ja short time here. . iiMvcr..feU - here this j Dr. J. K. Combe and R. B. Crea-n-.ii LisuX only a short ger, Esq., returned from a visit to ; ; the Point this morning, ra nr just now would be a Mr. and Mrs. George More return- ) irivii i'..-to to entire seeded this morning from a brief visit tion. ,to friends on Brazos Island. Tli iii.iiii.tgv-of L. A. Jagou and- Miss A. Hune returned by the Mis.- M;:-. in:t chreiber took place j steamer from Galveston where she thi uiteriKKMvat tiiree o'clock. jjias been visiting several weeks. tV. a;.k a large wooden cis-J Manuel Decker Garcia came up tern, delivered at the i)ublic school' this mornimr from Brazos Island. grounds. Apply to Louis Kowalski. whore Mrs. Garcia and the baby arc! y,,,,,,.',' .m7:'s Chriniu (ir- coiu, butter beans and 'spending the summer squa u;li some okra, are the veg- eia-i- u".v J.miu' in uiccm in;u ket. - Miss Mamie Closner of Hidalgo came down today to.visit the family of her grand-mother, Mrs. M. Dough- A iv.iuL.ir mo ving of the Knights . erty of Honor l takes place tonight :it 7:o''. Ai. members are requested to"at;- .r. . Nfti. e of the annual meeting of the Brownsville and Gulf railway company appears elsewhere in this evening's Herald. Th stoamer "will sail tomorrow on h-r ivturn to Galveston, the con- n-vthv.r train leaving here this af trno-tii at five o'oclock. A win" to fomc hitches in Tjie - 9 He;:al machinery, the paper has b "-n late yestord iy aiyl today, but it i hpc 1 that all may be work in smoothly in a day or two. The steamship Manteo arrived insid,.tJie bar at Brazos Santiago thiA-injhing at haif past six, from Gahe5ton, with 100 tons of freight. The traiji with passengers and ex press from the ship came up from the Point about eleven o clock, - Texas Notes. Tlis official dog catcher of Hons ton was bitten twice while catching doss last Thursday. Ground has been broken at fans .for the erection of a $4,000 Con federate monument. A very large species of cater pillar has appeared in the cotton fields near Victoria and is doing some damage. East Texas towns are shipping thousands of cars of vegetables and fruits to market. Five thousand visitors were at Galveston to participate in the in auguration of the Southern Pacific steamer service last week. The price of oil at Beaumout is steadily growing higher. NOTICE OF MEETING-. annual meeting of the stock holders of the Brownsville and Gulf Railway Company will be held at the office of the company, Bjrownsville, Texas, on Thursday, the 18th day of September. 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing directors, and the trans action of such other business as may be brought before the meet ing. -; The transfer books of the com pany will be closed at 8 o'clock p. m., on the 17th day of -September 1902, and will remain closed until th'rec days after the final adjourn ment of the meeting. The regular annual meeting of ihe board of directors will be held at the same place and on the same date. "r E: J.Tuig, Secretary. Brownsville, Tex., Aug. 123 1902. C. B. Jones and sister, Miss Clara Jones, of Gueydan, La., arrived by steamer today, and are staying at the Miller, They are here to look for rice land. Mrs. Walter Chamberlain and child arrived on the steamer to join her husband, Provost Sergeant Chamberlain, at Fort Brown. She was accompanied by Miss F. A. Nelson. Mrs. John Scania n and two chil dren, with their nurse, returned home today from Galveston. The little daughter of 'Mrs. Scanlan, who was taken to Galveston for treatment, was very much benefit ted. W. F. Sprague arrived by today's Matamoros train from Hidalgo, en route to Brazos Island, where Mrs. Sprague is spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. Kenedy. Mrs. Sprague came up on the late train to meet Mr. Sprague. Dr. A. S. Wolff, Wm. Egly, D, Lerma, F. B. Armstrong, Joe Wells, Mrs. Spairh and child Mrs Rat cliffe and son, Miss Julia Bollack, Sister St. Francis of the Incarnate Word Convent, Miss C. Hune, and county commissioners' court of Hidalgo county met here yesterday and adjourned today. The rolls of the county tax assessor were ap proved and show an increase of tax valuation f $24,000 over last year. The Omvsity of Texas. War. D Prather, LL. D. Pres. One hundred aiJ ieivv in structors and nhVrrs, tuoiv than 11U0 student, nut iuclndi.ig 191 Summer student.-. Womm admit ted to Hll'depart Hit-ills. TUITION KliKK. l'utal : i $100 to $250.. Students from approver! colleges admitted without examination, and giwn credit for work completed. Academic Department Srs-ion tiegns September 29 j fnrr.iifH eiiMiiipitiont September 25 'o 27; man u-uiai un fee $10; lrn -i.i'i'.-r.- .t siudv; uuivelty associa- no.. j Y mriir niiieii's Christian A.-.riaiiun ; liymnasiums and j iie.hsiiiiii instructor.- for men stud (voiii'li; 'Hhietic fit-Id Teach r' e.iure- It-ad to' permanent State fe:n-h.-i certificats. . EXGIN BERING I E PARTM ENT Sei(.n lieirliis September 29. Kuiraiiee examinatiotis a above iMHtrie iihii'i.m tee $10; no inirioii; full e.urs" lending to tin- degrees of Civil, eltetncal and mining auuitieer. Law Department Session hegms September 29; entranee examinations as above; ma ricnlation fee, payable once, $30. A two years' course leads to the debtee of bachelor 'of laws, ami entitles to nr net trend State marts. Law students may pursue ecadmiccourses without charges. .Medical Department (l.Vaed nt (4alvesron) Four Veals' C'irse ; faculty of 22 in ste uettrrs ; sehod of pharmacy; sch to I for nursing (for women); mHrrtcnlafoei f-e, payable oricp, $30. Complete equipment in all schools, "essoti begins October 1: et rHne-e, exHiniuatinns the pieced inw'Wpvic. Address Dr. Al len J fyffiuh. Dean, (falveston. For e.ATili'ue ofanv depart menr or frir information, address John A.Lomax, Registrar, Austin, Tex hs. v ... Our Cojiiplefa 8to7-e of- FAMJfl GROCERIES W 1 1 1 artiiwe ?vy in a tor days and iw soon as they are received .Ujue noticjvill he givf-n in this space, ' ' -Watch for it Lay ton & Haley. NICOLA SANCHEZ ALANiS Wntcbniaker and Jeweler, Begs to inform the public in general and his old customers especially that he hn movwl to the cornet of Madison and 12'h Street, fronting the Comity jail, where hp is n w better prepaired to do all kinds of gold and silver work, repa firearms, sewiug tnachines, etc Old Furniture jtMADE NEW --a i VOM SALE. 60,000 Acres of Hire and Sugar land m Utdalg'o county, for sale, prntes ranging from $1.00 h 2.50 per acre. For particular wnte. .Iohn Closner, Hidalgo, Texav. 5 CROCEHIES BRIGHT' 5 DISEASE. The largest aiyn ever paid for a pro scription, changed fiando in San Fraii cbco, Aug. 291902. The transfer in volved, in coin and stock $112,500, and iuife. iv. iu. iuiuci ui uuiuuiuius j ia Speciflc for Bright's disease. were among yesterday's passengers to the Point DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED by locil applications as they cannot reach the diseased porti .n of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness. and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous liDing of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed, Ueainess is tne result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucuos sur faces. "We will give One Hunlred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure . Send for circulars, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, O. Sold by Druggist, 7oc. Hall's Family Pills are the best. House Foe Rent. A large two-story brick honse on Elizabeth street, opposite FirstNa- tional bank, suitable for mercan tile business for rent. Has ago do nn lerground cistern. For partic ulars apply to Louis Puente, or Henry Krausse. FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS. Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over sixty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while toothing, with perfect suc cess, it teetnes tne cnua, soitens tne gums, allays all pain; cures "wind coli and it is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the uoor little sufferec immediately. Sold by druggists in every part of .the world . Twenty-five cents a bottle. B sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's soothing Syrup.-" and tale no other kind. They commenced the serious investi gation of the specific Nov. 15, 1901. They interviewed scores of the secured and tried it out on its merits by putting over the three dozen cases on the treat ment and watch'ng them. They also got plrysicians to name chronic, incur able cases, and administered it with the physicians forjudges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases were either well or progressing favor ably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceed ings of the investigating committee and the clinical reports of the test cases were published and will be mailed free on application. Address John J. Ful ton Company, 420 Montgomery St. Sn Francisco, Cal. BARREDA PROPERTY FOR RENT. A two-story brick building, fronting 75 feet on Elizabeth street, in the center of the business portion of the city, suit able for any kind cf mercantile busi ness. Building has cellar, underground cistern and large yard. This property will be fitted to suit lessor. Also for rent 12,000 acres of land in Cameron County, most all tinder good fence, fronting on the Rio Grande, besides windmills on back portions, and also several improvedfeags on the and. Will lease in quantities to suit and long time leases preferred. "'i'or full particulars writep GELESTINO P. BXKEDA. Brownsville, Te:s Joseph Kuek Cabinetmaker And General Repairer is now realy to repair and upholstor furniture. Levee and 11th. streets. of all kind? can be had at John McCovern s, The Family Grocery Miss RosaPellat POINT ISABEL,TEXAS Full and fresh assortment of table and fancy groceries arriving by every boat Domestic and imported canned goods, cheese, but ter, crackers, potatoes, etc. W tic ON ELIZABETH STREET Jellies and Jams. Qatmeal and Eice. High-grade Hams. Hutmegs and Spice. AGereI and Macaroni. good oods for the money. Onions, if you please. Yermi2Hlli, Canned Fruit. Everything that's nice. Reasonable Prices, ftever Fails to Suit. 'Save Money. v OOCOCCCOCCCOCCC OCX A LB ERT; SAMMON S & CO., DEALERS IN BUGGIES, WAGONS, SADDLE 'Harness, Etc San Roman Building, Elizaheth Str.eet, BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. J. A. OTTMANK BRICK MASON Is at present in Brownsville and is leady to fill any order for brick work, plastering, or setting stones. Has lime,for sale. Residence Cor. St. Charlesd an 9th. Sts.' Work Guarantee. Galveston and Gulf Steamship Line. The Freight and Passenger Steamship Manteo jsappoiuteil to leave Galveston tor Brownsville July 10, 20, and every $en days tnere afteratlO p. m., and Brownsville for Galveston July 13 23, and every ten days thereafter as tide serves. The marineiD surance rate' od cargo between Galveston and Point Isabel is H of one per cent. Instructions to ib sure and ralne to be insured, endorsed on bills oflading, will be all that is necessary have owners' good covered. y For Passage and Freight apply to RIO G-KANBE BAILROAD COMPANY, Agents, Brownsville, Texas. &. O. FLOOD, Agent, Galveston, Texas.