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EL
TH BAILYH aAL3
MONDAY JUNE 25
Texas lms already produced the
first bstle of the cotton crop of
1S945 An imuienso crop is pre
dieted for this season
Vaeiocs Mexican newspapers are
diseasing the probability of Pres
ident Diaz retirement at the ter
rninatioa of hia present term So
much wasted space no denbt
Mexico is threatened with a corn
fniniue Texas will Inve Bnch an
immense surplus she will be able
to supply any deficiency in our
transRio Grande neighbor crop
st a Tcry low rate
ExBoss Oboker seems to croak
ed politically He has gone to
Europe for his health bnt as b
political boss he is dead and no
amount ot trans Atlantic air can
revive him
The Yictoria Times returns once
moie to frtVor The Herald with
Its bright and witty sayings and
interesting local items explaining
its temporary absence from onr ex
change tabic as follow A l ok
at the mailing galley disclosed The
fact that through mistake the
Herald has been stricken from
our exchange list The error has
been corrected however and as in
day of yore the Times will be a
regular v8itor to the Herald
oScp <
The Corpus Christi CaPer says
For the benefit of an Inquirer
we will state that the following
gentlemen compose the democratic
executive committee of this congre6
fional districJ E D Ltnn Yicto
ria county chairman S F Grimes
of Dewitt county J C Beasley of
B econntyJ B D bbrell of Guad
alnpo county Thos W Dodd of
WeDb county G C Duncan of
Wharton county Je B Wells of
Cameron ennnty and h < S Liw
Jiorn of Wilbon county
The Larelo News thinks tho
press of Brownsville has very little
influence a6 Mr Crnin was nomina
Scd by the Cnm roti county demo
cratic convention for congress al
thongh neither of the English pa
pera of Brownsville advocated his
entree The News might have add
ed however that said papers did
not advocate any opponent of Mr
Train either White The Herald
is not an ardent Admirer of our
William Henry yet it haG said from
flic first that it considers him in fin
ite y belter material for eon res
fhan the gentleman from Victoria
who is opposing him Mr Cram
needed no advocacy to carry Cam
cron county and he met with no
opposition
The Herald has lost a subset it >
er because it has expressed an un
favorable opinion regarding Con
gressman Crain We are glad to
6tate however that the man who
is so narrow minded that he stops
hia paper besanae it doesnt vorthip
at the same political shrine as him
self is a new importation here
The people of this region with
tlireeCr four unimportant excep
tions aro liberal enough to allow
the paper to differ nfrora them
on political questions without any
suspension of friendly relations
Wc have many subscribers and
many warmfriends with whom we
differ on the above mentioned sub
jectr as well as on political issues
andsolong as The Herald contin
aes to express ite opinions in polite
and1 tolerant terms which tfe hope
Kft 7 5salt7aye > wc feel confident
tS 3 PT5strco3 wiJT norsttempE Jo
THERE WAS A MISTAKE
The Corpus Christi Caller of
Jnne 21 points out the tact that
in The Heralds report of the
proceedings of the CHtneron county
democratic convention it does not
appear that the Convention instruct
cd for Crain for congress In tin
same article the Caller reproduces
a telegram from Hon J B Well
chairman ot the convention to h
gentleman of Corpus Cbrieti saying
that this county instructed fo
Crain first last and all the time
and asserts that there must be a
mistake scoewhere The Caller is
right There was a mistake m ke
not a scrioua one however bnt
The Herald is not responsible lor
it That it wa3 the intention of
the the convention to instruct for
Mr Crain there is no donb1 In
deed it wa3 so much a foregone
conclusion that it would do so
that in the hurry and confn ion cf
the convention proceeding no one
noticed that the instructions were
omitted The resolution recording
the sense of the convention resrard
ing Mr Crain was Worded just as
it appeared in The IIerald fully
endorsing him and lauding him in
the hghe6t terms but thoclanau
instructing delegates to the con
gressional convention to vote for
him was omitted Of course the
omission was accidental Strange
to say the omission was overlooked
by the convention It was nleo
overlooked by the secretary in re
cording the proceedings and like
wise by everyone else who hd
anything to do with the tnitter
The editor of The Herald in
editing the copy for the paper ov r
looked the omission and was en
tirely under the impression that
instructions to voto for Crain tor
congress were embodied in the
proceedings lu fact two telegrams
received by the editor inquiring
about the matter were answered to
the effect that the convention in
structed for Cram An inspection
of the account of the proceeding
as published in The Herald how
ever and hIso of the s cretary e
original copy proved that he in
common wiih everyone else hid
been mistaken The convention
did not iubtruet for Crain Still
it whs the full intention of the con
veution to do so and virtually it
was a Crain convention Ho waver
it is a very minor matter as every
man on the delegation is a Crain
man and the vote of Cameron
county would in anj event be cast
for Crain
The populists managed to gel
a good deal of fun out of their state
convention at Waeo last week but
they derived small consolation
from it
Nugent heads the populist ticket
again
TUAT CliiNEaE ACT
Here is a new wrinkle in the Chi
nese act which was made plain lasi
evening Lni Don ELuk is a Chi
nese laborer whose heart yearned
for a trip to JnartZ So he went
over and ws recognized It was
not long before the deputy mar
shals were apprised of the Celcs
tials little trip and quietly gather
ed him up as he returned Thi <
develops that if a Chinese laborer
once goes beyond the boundaries of
the United States he is a gone
goose and his certificate 13 no
good any inoje So Mr Celestial
is in the county jug awaiting tiial
and order for deportation EI
Pasj Herald
FOR EXCHANGE
I want to excliange a two story
stone store house well located in
Limpasas Tex for improved or un
improved property in or near
Brownsville Tex Cost of build
ing 5000
VV Y Nicholson
i Paris > Xercfar UofTex
ess
101 fin
Dealers ta
Hides Wool Etc
WASHINGTON STREET
TEXAS
Highest cash prices paid in Ameri
can or Mexican money
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Ti i T J iTfigTi rilTfiTTTurflil hfe
POSSIBILITIES OF MEXICO
The Anglo American an English
paper puhlibhcd in the City of
Mexico valuable tropictl prodlic
tions has attracted iiMiiy foreigners
to this republic In connection with
fict a representative of the Anglo
American was told some time since
by a gentleman who fur many
years had been a resident in the
island of Ceylon and British India
that in hia estimation not only was
tliis comur in some parts caps
hie of producing excellent coffe
hut even tea He went on to6tite
that he had visited certain districts
where the elevations and rain fall
were exactly suitable for tea culti
Virion and he cited as a strange
fact that in the favored spots allud
ed to by him there wbb to be
found almost identically the same
flora that exists in the tea districts
of Ciylon and India
The value of coffee is that from
that berry a very popular drink ie
obtained and the same reasoning
applies to tea It would not be
money thrown away if the govern
ment was to appoint a comiasion to
inquire and obtain correct inform
tiou on this subject and while
they were about th t they migjit
pay attention to the possible pro
fitable cultivation of such valuable
tropical and semi tropical produc
tions as cinchona cardamon cin
namon pepper cnbebs nutmegs
clovt s etc
For all these and the other vau > i
hie tropical ptoducts a r ady cul
tivated here such as rubbr cocoa
vanilla etc a largo and ever in
cteasing market exists on our north
Lrn frontier
In these days of falling exchange
< t behooves this government to do
all it can to di Vtlope the nmivalled
natural riches of this country It
at present Mexicos principal expot
tat ion was the piecions produce of
her tropical portion and not silver
this conntty would be as rapidly on
a gold standard as is Great Britain
FOR FUEL AND
PKOPOSALS OFFICE of Chief
Quartermaster Department of Tcxis
San Anonio Texas June 12 1891
Sealed proposals in tripicate for fur
nishing Fuel Forage and Straw during
fiiicalytar commencing Julyl 1891 at
posts in this Department will be receiv
ed here until 12 oclock noon 90th meri
dian time JULY 121894 and then open
ed Proposals will he received at same
lime by the Quirtermaster at each post
for furnishing the supplies required by
that post only The United States re
serves the right to reject any or all pro
posals Information furnished on ap
plication or to Quartermasters at the
various posts Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked Propo
sals for at and addressed
to undersigned or to the respective post
quartermasters G C SMITCI Major
and Q M U S A Chief Q 31
VIGOR of MEN
E Ilj Quick
PenBisentlr Restored
WEAKNESS
NERVOUSNESS
DEBILITY
ad all the tram of rrtli
Xrom earlr errors op tter
excesses tto nsnlu ot
overwork sickness
worrretc FaUitrertgtb
developzneat osd toss
Siren to ever organ and
portion 01 the txxlr
BlmplenitunUmetfioas
Immediate lBproreraent
eeo Failure fmrxsslrjla
SfiBO references Book
explanation and proo
mailed tsealed free
ERIE MEDICAL CO
BUFFALO NY
Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder
Worlds Fair Hlzbest Medal and Diploma
SubssrJbe for Tpe Herald
f iF irrifiiM r nv = aatarr hftrigrwr frff7
Husband and Son
Imqure Blood Boils Car
buncles Rheumatism
Perfectly Cured by Hoods
C I Hood Co Lowell Mass
My husband was afflicted with tolls for eight
years He received several prescriptions from
different physicians but did not realize any bene
fit from the medicine Last spring his neck was
nearly covered with little bolls which would
break and run a little and then heal only for
others to take their place They grew In num
ber and size until they turned to carbuncles H
began to think they would kill him Everything
the doctors did seemed to
Aggravate the Disease
He at last bought a bottle of Floods 8arsapa
riuaand when he had taken half of it his neck
wasweUand he has had but one pimple since
The remainder of the medicine I gave to my
twelve year old bey WUlle Maxsey who had
been afflicted with rheumatism from his Infancy
to badly that I xeared he would always be a
cripple lie could not run and play llko the
other chUdren After he had taken a half bottle
of Hoods SarsaparUla ltseemed to do him so
Mich good that we concluded to give It a fair
HOODS
Sarsaparilla
CURES
trial In the spring My husband purchased four
bottles and together th y have b en taking It
for over a month How my boy Instead of creep
ping around and crying with pain In his legs as
he used to can plow all day or nm and play
lively as any children Accordingly wrf
shall always speak highly of Hoods Saraa1
parllla Mrs Johx Altstatt Ozark Ark
Hoods Pills aro hand madeand perfect
fa proportion and appearanoe 25c a box
SUGAR SUCARI
OF TEL
RIO 6RHDE PUffll
For sale at 4 cents per pound for
hrst grade For second grade
1 and above according to
Quality
Terms c h U S currency or
its iqnivalent in Mexican money
Geo Brulay Proprietor
THE TATLOE
OIlEGOJllO ESTItin l
He offers his services at rock bot
tom price French Cashmere and
other goods received by every steam
er Give him a trial
SHOP Between 6th and 7th
streets opposite the La Interna
cion saloon
MATAMOROS
CONCORDIA
Boarding and Lodging House
Thirteen Street
PASCUAL A BRISENO Pnp
Lute of Millerss Hotel
Meals at all honre Coffee and
Chocolate Fish served at all hrnrs
of day and night
Brownsville Texas
PHOTOGRAPHS
Those wibhing to have their
pictures taken can have it done
any day from oclock in til1
12 in and from I to i in the after
noon a6 the Art Gallery of
A B Co wen
on Washington Street opposite
Ashneitn Si fir Store
Cabinet Stamp Views Cameo
Dominating Painting Renew
ing Old Faded Pictures
Brownsville
Texas
THE STRONG POINT about
the cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla Is
that they are permanent They start from
the solid foundation PlTQ SHoodr
Ed Kiam uotmer
Main St and Preston Ave
Houston
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BKanir MBa8ifeKliJjrii iiMMUtH
A 50 CENT LIST
Mens Genuine Bon Bon French
BalbWgan Underwear Shirts and
Drapers per garment
50c
Mens Neglige Shirts Handtome
paltemf et colors A perfect fitting
50c
Ladies Shirt WHiBt large vario
ty of beautiful styles
50c
Mens nblaundercd Shirts blaih
or pleated Bosom open bHck or
open trout best triike perket lit
ting and of best quality linen and
muslin
50c
Ladies Wide Silk Belts in while
black or navy blue
60c
Bov3 Knee Pants in plain aud
striped linen Ages 4t to U
50a
Send ne yotlr name and address and we will irhil yoll our illttstra
ted catalogue for Spring and Summer 1894
MAMMOTH
ONE PBICB
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Thos Groggan and Bro
Corner Houston and Navarro Streets San Antonio Texas
Is the Place to Buy
Your PIANOS atid O KG ANS They carry in Slnjck the yeaM
best Production in Pianos and Organs
The soil them on such easy payments that every fafnily can afford j
to purchase one and give their children the benefit of a music
education
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They do not fx ct Note on Time Sale and hence yon purchases
Piano or Organ from them you need not be afraid yorir Notes will ba
peddled around or tinned o t to Manufacturers for consigned goods
Yon will get value for yonr money for them
Thos Goggan Bros
SAN ANTONlO TEXAS
GELESTIM
be
Commission Merchant
IMPORTER OF
Wines Liquors and Cigars
AND
DEALER IN THE BEST BRANDS OF
All Kinds
Sporting Goods Shot Guns Pistols Rifles and Ammunition
The Celebrated BUDV7EISER PALE LAGER and SCHL 17 ti
Always Received by the CaY load and alwsy6 on hatid fresh
X COMPLETE STOCK OF THE FINEST IMPOETED AND 56ME6H6
Wines Cognac Gin Ale Cigars Pnre OHvo Oil Mineral Water
and delicacies of every descripfiOn always on hand
BSITTrompt attention given to all Orders by Mall o otnerwnte
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
ELIZABETH STUEfiT BROWKStll LE TEXAS
Fire and Marine
Insurance
POLICIES VvAfTTBN B fr
WM KELLY Agent
BROWKSVIhB TEX S
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