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THE DAILY HERALD
SATURDAY, JIXY IS, 1905. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Hereafter all notice oilier than u nomiccmenU of church meetings, kd notices Hiid rdijrious service will oe charged for at lialf rate. Thi rule -will tbc strictly adhered to for Uic future. IOCAL ITEMS. Carload alfalfa jut received by Louis Kowairid. 713-15 The recently elected officer of Aztec Tribe, No. If 3, Improved Order Red Men, were installed at the meeting last niffht. J. H. Moore has a ihie display of Indies belts and combs. 7-12-15 Another nice shower about nocu today cooled the atmosphere but didn't lay the duat. The shower brought a cool breeze, which made life more detiirable. Nice line of ladies belts and combs jwttt received by J. K. Moore. 7-12-15 Th$itowu social at the residence of Mr md Mm. J. K. Powers last nighlfattg rather poorly attended, by rdfliowjjf the heavy raiif yester day,, (Delicious ciemn and cake wore served and those present spent a very pleasant eveuiug. Sec those ladies belts and combs at J. E. Moore's. New lot just in. 7-12-15 Fok sajk Wheel barrow alfalfa seeder; never been used. ApiMy t George Fedcrolf. Point Isabel is the Mecca toward which a majority of our citizens turn their steps on Shturdays and Sundnys, taking advantage of the low rate offered by the Rio Grande railroad, to spend a delightful clay and night by the sad sea waves. For saik Depot saloon with three years lease. Apply to A. H. Weller. 7-15-17 Following were amoig the pas sengers for the Poiut yesterday af ternoon: Mrs. J. B. Wells and sons, Joe and Robert, Miss E. Fer nandez, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Cela ya, A. A. Browne, Capt. Petterson, Frank Champion, John Young, Geo. Stowe, W. E. McDavitt. Beef Horns Wanted. Address C. W. Geiler, P. O. Box 1610. Boston Mass. 7-4-S-l Rice farmers in this section say the crop was never better, the only regret being the reduction in acreage. The water has been turn ed off about one hundred acres which will be ready to harvest in a short while. Rice growers here are very sanguine of a splendid crop, and price will no doubt be satisfactory. For Rnt My home place corner Jefferson and 15th. Apply to Mrs. Katie H. Leahy. 6-7-tf The Manteo will sail from Point Isabel at about seven o'clock to morrow morning. This informa tion was received this morning in a phone message from the vessel's captain, G. Petterson. The Mau 'tco lias been thoroughly overhaul ed, painted inside and out, chang ed to an oil burner, ad is better equipped and prepared for duty than ever before. For Sak Six colonies Italian bees; also fre-Th comb honey at 8 cents pouud. Apply at Welter's saloon. 7-11-17 The matter of a cleaner city should be one of great interest to every citir.cn. Physicians tell us there is dangar in Repaying vege tation and cesspools, and common sent betrs out the statement. Then why court disease aud prob able death by leaving your premises in an unsanitary condition, when a slight t-ffort on your part wU make your home a place of beauty and enjoyment. Now is the time to do this, lefore disease comes. Your mayor is at work, help him. Remember, like charity, cleanliness begins at home. On the 13th. of. this month Geo. Federoif losT one of his mules and never thought to see it again. He, lliowcver.putsjn ad xu Tint Hurald hoping thereby to get some infor mation lending to its recovery Last night lie heard a noise outside and going out to :ivejjtiga.te tilto causcj ffundi -his. mule iitsuidiug at the gale. The animal had evident ly been stolen and escaping from its captors had returned to its master, perhaps swimming a resaca to get back home. Probably the mule saw the ad, and wishing to prove our claim that advertising in Tiot Herald is a paying invest ment, returned of its own accord. Whether this is the case or not, Mr. Fedrolf has his mule, for which he is very thankful. Among the passengers out this morning were Mrs. K. Conner, her daughter, Miss Bcttie, and son, J. S. Conner, who are returning to their old home in Hattiesburg, Miss., where they will probably reside. This .estimable family came to Brownsville about twelve months ago, with the intention of locating permtuicntly, but condi tions over which they had no con trol caused them to charfge their mind. During their stay the Con ner family made many friends who feel that the city has sustained a serious loss by their moving away. We can ill afford to lose such good people from our city, and Tint Hhraxj) hopes to some day aaiaiounee the return of the Conner family to Brownsville. Their frftinds here join us in wish ing them prosperity wherever their lot is east. A Sad Death. Attorney John C. Sullivan, of San Antonio, who has been here several days in attendance upon the special term of district court, received the sad intelligence this morning, of thejdeath of his young est brother, Walter Sullivan, a day or so since. The young man was on his way to the Philippines on a visit to his sister, Mrs. John L. Clem, wife of Colonel Clem, who was at one time stationed at Browns ville. No particulars were received as to the circumstances of the drowning, but the sad occurrence is supposed to have taken place somewhere in the neighborhood of the Hawaiian Islands, judging from the length of time since the unfortunate man sailed ior the Philippines. Walter Sullivan was a young man of great promise, having only last year graduated with honors from Yale, and was destined to make his way to fame in the business world. The Herald is saddened to hear of the unfortunate death of this promising young man, and ex tends its sympathy to the bereaved family in their loss. John C. Sullivan left for his home in San Antonio on this morn ing's train, and many expressions of sympathy were heard from friends of the young man as he de parted on his sad journey. Methodist Services. The Methodists will conduct service st the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11; and Sun day evening at S:30 o'clock. Sub ject in the morning, "Christian Service. ' ' In the evening, "Paitft. ' ' Everybody is invited to attend these services. H. B. Nkwkkrr, Pastor. PERSON AJLS. Duval West, esq., and son, Du val, jr., were among the passen gers going out this morning. A. AsMieim and family went to the Point yesterday afternoon, the gentleman returning this morning. P. H. Caldwell representing a well known Dallas printing estab lishment, is in the city in the in terest of his firm. Aug. Cdaya, jr., young son of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Celayu, left this morning for a' few days' stay at Corpus Chriati. A. F. Hester came down from linn. Hidalgo county, this morn ing and returned this afternoon. He reports no rain at his place yesterday. . Mrs. Louis Kowalski returned last night from Concepcion del Oro, Mexico, where she went to attend the marriage of her son Joe, which took place on Monday, July 10. Mr. and Mrs. Kovalski left im mediately for the city of Mexico where they will reside. J. 'Fortenbury. who has been $.0000 Reward! ma For the arrest and conviction of any man in Brownsville found guilty of un derselling me on sta ple and fancy gro ceries. H o w- do these prices hit you: JJoa coffee, per pound 15c Artmckte coffee, per pound 15c Green coffee. .8 pounds for. $1 00 Mb can tomatoes, 2 for 25c yb can corn, I Jor . 25c -4S-lb aacX "Pioneer" fionr. $1 50 4S4bMck "Snttrttw" flonr. $1 40 Compound lard 8c lb, 2 for. 15c Best grnnlnled H lbs SIgoki With S2 other goods 16 lbs SI ., With S5 other goods. 18 lbs SI Frulfs, Msis, Candies, Cakes, To baccees, Cigars, Ice Celd Drinks CHARLES DEPPEN Cfaas. Dcppcn's Hacienda, Opposite Herald Office. assistant operator at the Western Union telegraph office in Browns ville, has resigned his position and left this morning for Corpus Chris- ti. Jim is a good operator, a pleas ant young man and his friends re gret his departure very much. John Rutledge, chief clerk at the St L.. B. & M. depot is suffer ing considerably from a sore foot, and is threatened with blood pois oning. He in some manner re ceived a slight scratch on his foot, and last night the member became swollen and is causing the gentle man some trouble today. The Herald hopes no serious results will follow. John Closner, high sheriff of Hidalgo county, champion sugar maker and onion grower, came down yesterday evening by the Mexican National. He reports a fine rain yesterday, and says every thing is in a flourishing condition in his section. Old Hidalgo is re ceiving additional population all the time, and a wave of prosperity is rolling over her fertile bosom. May she contiuue to prosper is The Herald's wish. Civilized Tribes in Philippines. Of the eight civilized tribes in the Philippines, the largest is that of the Visayans, who occupy most of the islands lying between Luzon and Mindanao, and form nearly one-half of the entire civilized pop ulation. Tagalogs occupy the pro vinces in the vicinity of Manila. They rank second, with a little more than one-fifth of the civilized peoples, aud the Ilocanos rank third, with approximately one eighth. Anion? the wiTS tribes the Moros are the most munerous,. com prising about two-fiffttf of the non Christian population. liven among the Christian tribes the tribal distinctions are clearly marked. The members of the dif ferent tribes rarely mix In villages or intermarry, and, with the ex ception of the Ilocanos, who have migrated from their original terri tory and settled in ( neighboring provinces, the people show little tendency toward expansion or col onisation. When the average citizen says that he cannot do his town any good he never made a greater mis take in his life. Of course there are some who can do more than others and there arc still others who take a greater pride in the work of upbuilding than others, but no man is without his influence and the there is not a man who cannot help out wonderfully. For that reason every genuine citizen of every town should make of him self a committee of one to see that the town in which he lives gets all the advertising and pushing that is Qomihg to it even if he has to do it all. - So help to build. You can do it if you want to Lockhart Post Notice! I am prepared to teach telegraphy from 7 to Z o'clock each evening to those wishing to learn same. For terms apply to K. S. Barrios, at Hoyt place on Adains street. 5-22-tf C. A. ....DENTIST.... Office over Botica del Agnila. PSQMC IX Kliafthrth St Browasvttl. 7tM This Space BELONGS TO Attorney W. N. Parks WATCH FOR HIS AD. West Brownsville Only $10 down. Fine lots $50. Corners $75. Half-price to builders. The Brownsville Land & Town Co. Established, 1879. Benj. Kowalski, General Merchandise ...BROKER... BR0WNSVILLF. TEXAS Oils, Gasoline! Have on hand a stock of Kerosene Oil and Lubri cating Oils; Engine and Stove Gasoline. Call or write for prices. : : Gulf Refining Co. FRANK CHAMPION, Agent GOING NORTH SOON If so, you ought to look into the low round trip rates via. the Bin- VLO. N Y Out farr plus $2.00. Tickets on sale Jul 7, S ami 9, jfood re turning August 4. You travel on the FINEST TRAINS RUNNING OUT OF TEXAS. HARVEY DINING SERVICE. THROUGH SLEEPERS AND CHAIR CARS. ELECTRIC FANS. C. W. STRAIN, General Pasicaccr A goat. Fart Worth, Texas Get Rich Raising Onions & Tomatoes Prices nnd terms most reasonable to nil who will im prove lauds. The BrownsvfHe Land & Town Co, When yov vfeit the make our store your headquarters. W e take good care of all MAIL ORDERS. E. S. Levy & Co. Mca's o4 Boj Oatflticn fna tltai to Foot. GALVESTON, TEXAS 4-18 ROBERTS Island City The "FAIR (Board of Trade Building) SACK A SACHS, Proprietors Everything up to nishings. We also have a nice line of ladies' shoes. New goods received daily. COMPETENT ESTABLISHED 1865 Botica ....You Want the Best gj Your Physician aims to pat all his knowledge, expen- U ence and skill into the prescription he writes. It is an order w for a combination of remedies which your case requires. He H cannot rely on the result ualess the ingredients are properly m compounded. Be fair to your doctor and to yourself by bringing your prescriptions here. They'll be compounded only by registered pharmacists, who are aided by the largest stock of drugs in this part of the state. Everything of the finest quality that money can buy or experience can select. J. L. Piitegnat & Bro. Frontier In addition to onr stock of lumber, we carry Ready Mixed House Paints, Colors and Oils, Bicycle Enamel, Carriage Paints, Floor and Roofing Paints, Linseed Oil and White Lead. Also good stock Brushes and Painters Supplies gVTbree blocks South of Postofflce. betweea 9th and 19th streets. BROWNSVILLE UNDERTAKING COMPANY Bicycles and bicycle sundries, monuments, iron fenc ing, picture moulding, etc. PHONE 123 By. B. Verhelle Saddle and Harness Manufacturer And Dealer In Iine SSiTdles and Harneat, Laprobea, Blankets nnd Buggy Whipfi. I niaka harnetw front $6.00 up; Saddles from $3.30 up. Bverythhig aokl ttmtcr n guarantee. RBPAiiinra PROMPTNESS cAND The Merchant . OF BROWNSVILLE Capita! Stock, $100.00.0.00 office,r E. H. GOODRICH, PreWcnt JOHN McALLEN, Vfce Prarfdcnt J. G. FERNANDEZ, Cashier E. A: McGARY, date in ladies' fur IIII'.IUI uilimm u i- Mn rTTrn-TTTTT-T PHARMACY Lumber Co. a specialty. LIBERALITY 0 d$ DIP.ECTOR3 JohnMcAHen, Jewe Cdaya, I.T. fiv. MICuI FerBaadet.Jr. H. Goodrich, O. C. &mUr, I, O. Pti nndc. Asiutant-CMhler.