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THE DAILY HERALD,
Jesse O. WheelerrEdTand
Omcp.: Hnuj Bnuw, So:. side
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tno people of Southwest Texas. Each
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Issued Every Day Except Sunday.
SATURDAY JUNE 22, 1901.
A handsome brick residence is
being erected by Tax Collector
Diuoaso Lentin on Adams street,
below W. F. Dennett's residence.
The captains of the schooners
Gen. 'Locke, Kuttie M , and Cnro
Iie visited town today, coming np
on the morning train.
it the public h'ailcs will be a
fine place to spread the contagion
of smallpox. -Wise persons will
stay away from such places, until
the smallpox is eradicated from
A special train went to the Point
this morning at l0:4 carrying a
party of Rio Grande railway offi
cials and others to inspect the new
schooner, Beacham Those who
went down were J. Celajin, general
manager, Aug. Celaya, president,
Don Simon Olaya, P. Rivadulla,
L Kowalski, N. Lopez, and J. 11.
Fernandez of this city, G. Aram
burn ami I. Urtusastegne of Mata
moros. The excitement over smallpox,
caused by wild ru nun's circulated
at first, is dying out to n consider
able extent, though a number of
families will hasten their depar
ture to the Point on account of it,
and some are going to the ranches.
It was reported at first that there
were a huudred cases,, which turn
ed out to be about ninety six more
than really existed. It is well,
however, for all to exercise great
precaution, taking care to avoid
exposure to the disease, and keep
nig the system in good condition.
Those who have not been vaceiuat
ed within sis or seven years, should
be now. With due precaution,
there is little danger.
The schooner Beacham, from
jfew Orleans, nrriren off tl' bar
at Brazos Saatfftgo stenlay at 5
t, m . with 240 tons of general
iiiorcii amuse. oc K. v..
inside the bar this afternoon,
TI,,. Sehoouer blower of France
, - - oln 1 1 ih'aIm Kl n
,., ;it Point Isabel this mom -
.1. .mfhjiildif from t-iftl
til mPrnBH""'1' lr' V,,M
iml Was lIlMTIHIieni t r
,rtiln. d whirf today,
-flie Seliooner ('rie
Ciwules,- U. -iih lumbe r
iri iV' d
t the Pmt yitrdy at
, diseharginl, ten ears
lf l::mler eotnitig up
. - . j -
T,.ike Ch-i Hes,
t d ,il, i,.,,.r
un . ,
ived last night and has also
PUKKI Y PERSONAL
Geo. Stowe, jr., came up from
the coast this morning.
Wm. M. Ratcliffe, John Cham-'
pion aud Leo Wise were passen
gers to the Point last eveniDg.
Miss Anna. Kenedy left )'ester-
day to visit her sister Mrs. W. F. i
Sprague at La Coma ranch in Hi
Leo Wise, W. M. Ratcliffe, John
Britoand Felix Pena were passen
gers on the train from the Point
Mrs. Wells and two children,
accompanied by Miss Bates, visited
the Point last night, returning by
the morning train.
Miss Maggie Kenedy will arrive
at home this afternoon, to spend
vacation with her mother and
sisters, her school at La Coma
ranch in Hidalo having closed for
Miss Edith Foster is at present
visiting relatives at Randolph, N.
Y., where she will spend some
time. Miss Foster will also attend
the Buffalo exposition with her
relatives from Randolph.
F. R. Quarles and Maj. Mose
Harris went to the Point last even
iug. The former returned this
morning, but Maj. Harris remain
ed at the Point, to try and secure
schooner transportation to Galves
Jas. A. Browne, arrived last
night fron Austin, with his
daughter, Miss Irene Browne, and
son Stephen Browne, and and their
cousin, Miss Maria Browne, who
have been attending school in that
city, Mr. Browne having gone re
eently for the puprpose of escort
ing in young people home. Mrs.
Browne aud Hie younger children
met them at the lanch and accom
panied them home.
Your Lif eaway!
You can be cured of any form of tobacco using
easily, le made 'well, strong, magnetic, full of
new life and vigor by taking NO -TO -B AC,
that makes weak men strong. Many gain
ten pounds in ten days. Over 5 OO f O OO
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book
let and advice FREE. Address STERLING
REMEDY CO., Chicago or New York. 437
One New Case.
One new case of smallpox is re
ported by the city physician, mak
ing five genuine cases in all.
Thirteen "suspects," or persons
who have been exposed to the
diseases have also been brought
into the detention camp. The new
easa was discovered last night, one
mile north of town.
Dr. Combe sa3s all of the pa
lients are doiug as well as could be
expected, unci that he has the
situation under perfect control
Ample accommodations have been
provided at the camp, by the city,
and all that is possible is being
done to care for its occupants aud
also to prevent further spread of
Keep the Balance up.
' r . i i i i ... 1 1 I
u 11US WPU iruLiiiuny saui ina an
! disturbance of the even balance of j
; health causes serious trouble.
, Noboily cflu be too olreixl t0 kei,p
,hjs hahuce np. When people
; begin to lose appetite, or to get
' ,ir,'(1 e,isil.V' ll,e ,elSt 'Pnidenee
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lll'IIKN DM S1(kllH... U'fMK II .. fir,
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: ' i i f 1 1 y i in- irn iit-co;
KMur, crvr 1(i nun miimiiu ihh it
denied it ; and the best ionic of
1 i .11 .
wt.M-ii we itavt anv Kuowieiice i
H SMrs jfj,, XVllllt- rhis
Medicine has done i. :eepinir
henuhy pen pi- healthv", in keepniir
,t... ..F I Il,
Ui in- t-vt-ii u.iiiiiiur m llt-iiliu,
srive it t lie satin- distinction as a
(r-VHtitiv- that Jt enjoys as a cure
Us earlv use has illustrated the
wisdom of the old
:ivinr ttmt -.1
sttlch m time saves nine. Take
s nine. Tflkp
llno,ri; for appetite, streugMi, and
What are Humors?
They are vitiated or morbid fluids cours
ing the veins and affecting the tissues.
They are commonly due to defective diges
tion but are sometimes inherited.
How do they manifest themselves ?
In many forms of cutaneous eruption,
salt rheum or eczema, pimples and boils,
and in weakness, languor, general debility.
How are thejT expelled ? By
which also builds up. the system tl.at has
suffered from them.
It is the best medicine for all humore.
GOING TO MEXICO.
Accomplished Pianist Who Is Well j
Known In Brownsville.
An Austin dispatch of June IS, j
in the San Antonio Express, says:
Mrs. Helen Ritz Hesse lett to
day for Mexico City where she will
give a series of piano recitals.
Mrs. Hesse is the widow ot thelatp
Phillip Hesse and on? the death of
her husband about four years ago
she went to Paris, France, to com
pute her musical education, return
ing to her homo in Aus'tin about a
month ago. She possesses wonder
fill talent and at recent piano re
cital in this citv she fairlv elec
trifled her audience, On her way
to the Mexican Capital Mrs. Hesse
will stop a day or two in Laredo to
visit the family of her brother in
law, Mr. Paul Hesse. She will
probably remain in Mexico until
Mrs. Hesse is well remembered
in Brownsville, having come here
as a bride with her late husband,
i'hey made their home here for
over a year. Mrs Hesse's musical
talent was the source of great
pleasure to her friends' here, and
they are much gratified to learn of
the success she has since achieved
in her loved art.
AMERICA'S Greatest Medicine is
Hood's Sarsaparilla. because it pos
sesses unequalled curative powers and
its record of cures is GREATEST.
Among recent charters filed for
record is noted the following:
Brownsville Land and Irrigation
company of Dallas and Browns
ville; capital stock, $2.)0,000.
Purpose, the construction and
maintenance of a system of irriga
tion. Incorporated bv3c.hu M.John
son, W. H. Leake and W. M. Rat
cliffe. The first operation is to be
in Cameron comity.
This company, as The Herald
readers know, began operations in
Cameron county several months
ago, having purchased over thirty
thousand acres of land within six
to ei;ht miles of Brownville. A
part of this land, about two hun
dred acres or more, has been clear
ed, placed under irrigation, and
planted with rice. This first plant
ing, if successful, will be followed
up next season on a much larger
scale, aud if success attends the
company, as it doubtless will, the
future of this region as a rice pro
ducing country will be assured.
BEST FOR THE
; Ir yoa haTen't a reenlw. healthy movement of the
bowels every day, youre Ul or -wiU be. Keep vor
Pi JT-.kVTI Vrrc in the h.irwf vlo.
a , e?t, SW. most perfectly or keeptaE the bowels
lenipnjarui """'- ".IV.".. 7Ti wr
ciearano cieau i
W VM i nan i iv
rr-i- jcrrm t lire r'AM nv
PlMsint Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. OoGooi
NeviFsiken.Weatei.cr Gripe. 10, 25. and ceats
per box. write tor tree sample, ana Dootie. on .
: eifillH .
' SjgjgJST cobpast, cniaco .r txr tore,
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN,
M. MMk U Ml 3
No woman can have avfcearHIfnl fa'ce without health, andwew wo
men possess such perfect health as
Brownsville Terminal Rates.
Austin, Tex., June 17. It is order
that notice be and the same is here-
by giveii to all persons interested
that the Railroad Commission Of
Texas will, on "Friday, June 2S,
1901, at its office in Austin, take
up and consider the matter of an
application submitted by the Rio
Grande Railroad Company- for the
cancellation of rates for the trans
portation of sundry commodities
from end of wharf to Brownsville,
as authorized in circnlar No. 1274
and authority No. 4, issued by this
commission February 8, 1901, and
substituting therefor the follow
ing: Coal oil, in barrels, any quantity
90c per barrel.
Coal oil, in cases, any quantity.
90c per wise.
Rones, any quantity, 9c per 100
Coffee, any qnanflty,19c per lW
Lard, any quantity, 19c ppr 100
Nails, any quantity 19c per 100
Rice, any quantity, 19c per 100
Soap, any quantity, 19c per 100
Straw paper, any quantity, 19c
per 100 pounds.
Wire (barbed) and staples, any
quantity, 19c per ,100 pounds.
Corn ,meal and fiour, carloads,
15c per 100 pounds.
Corn meal and flour, less than
carload lots, 173c per 100 pounds.
Corn and oats, less than carload
lots, 16c per 100 pounds.
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Corn and oats, carloiyls, 13c per ; Wholesale, Druggists, Toledo, O.
100 pounds ! Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
All persons interested in hejternally acting directly upon the
1 blood and mucous surfaces or the
matters above set forth are request-j svsteliK prjce 75c. per bottle. Sohl
ed. to present to the commission ; by all D'-uggists. Testimonials
their views in regard to same on rer?', , ., , -
c tl , - I Hall's Family Pills are the best,
or before the da' of the hearing. J
-G,l,ve" i FOR SALE. "
Health for 10 Cents. Two first ,.. Dianos ,
' A lively liver, pure blood, clean!
skin, 'bright eyes, perfect health I
Cascarets Candv Cathartic will ob-
I tain and secure them for you. Genu
- I ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never
! sold m bulk. All druggists, ioc.
"A financier is a man who makes
ots of money, isn't ir, father?"
Nn Freddie a financier is a
i.i.i n-lir fr..rc Iw.lfl fiF lntc nF IlintlPV
. i u(ou !lfiVe madP." Kx .
jlavt- Are T nr K.iuney r
Tr IIofcM'F-iarircs 11 lis cure a!! kldey Us. 3am-
i ! A4. Ufr!u -s ll-aM.-lyC-..ChiBri. Y
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
I Tha Kind Ynn Havo always Rnnorh
. ' i.u.vnuiuju vwW6i..
i Bqpi-s the
those who regularly use jp
Of it Sallie P. Evans, of CoI&mbia.S. C..,
says: It is unuouDteniy xe nnest ie-
male restorer on earth."
"Mtss Carrie J.
Holmes, of Blancham.
bless you: var G. F.1P. (GesRle's Female
Panacea) cured me ana roadtjtne the hap
piest girl in Aniecica.y Harriet Martin,
of Searcy. Ark., write?: ' My health has
been restored by G. F. P. T nftfer expected
to be as wfiLas I am tvJaJ JarcttaP.
Hunter. hyjK&dii Lau-r JS. C . writes:
"For sixyears fVi ff-r.-. rrp,fe male com
plaints. DTtor:m.I i..-tlKines did. me
no eood. lutlViltt'rT .tfrom whites.
G. F. P. has cnreifVne.' 3ary A. Hunt,
of Marion. Ark.. sara "'ire bottle of G.
F. P. cured mp." AnH' e might quote
from letters like these ;. an lmJehmte
period. It is sulHViei r to add that
GET Q (GerstU-'s? Female
Ti ! Panact a will perma
nently ctiroar.y manner : tV male trouble.
even the most stubborn iS'-s which have
resisted doctors and all - .tler treatment.
1 Write to the Lathes" Hkat.th Oi.cs, CTiattanoo-
p. Tenu.. car L. t:srst!o l ..ior free advice
concerning your w.
, Late Items.
"ew regiments of the U. S.
V "ler the organization law,
Turkey has again promised the
, United States to settle he mission -
ary claims, which this government
has been pressing for payment for
Craig y Nos, the castle of Ade
lina Patti in Wales, was sold at
auction in London for $225,000.
Earl Russell, who was divorced
in America from his English wife,
and Married to an American wife,
is to be tried lor bigamy, in the
British house of lords.
A fourth daughter was born to
the Czar and Czarina t)f Russia,
June IS: She will be named Anas
Former Governor Pingree of
Michigan, died in London, June
lSy-hnvitrgbeen veiyillrftir four
Educate Yonr Rowels TVlth Cascarcts.
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
IOc.SSc. If C. C. C. fail, drucsists refund money.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Rewar.il for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J CHENEY & CO., Props.,
- . ; Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned? have
known P. J. Cheney for the last 15
years, and believe him perfectly
hnnnrnhln.in nil hnsiness irrnnsne.-
J tions and financially ableo Scarry
ojit any obligation, made iby- their
West & Truax, Wholesale Drug
gists, Toledo, O.
Waldi'ng, Kinhan ,& 'Marvin.
j0 1 oE the celebrated P. Connor
fact(H.v i feHr York are for sale,
and can be seen at the Miller Hotel
; For particulars and terms,. write
.to A. Nordmann, 420 Goliad St.,
,Sn Antonio, Texas, or see Xonis
i Kowalski in Brownsville,
These pianos are well known in
! Brownsville, a number of them be
ing rn-nse it ere.
ELY'S CKE.V5I V.XUSL Js a positive care.
Apply into the oostrils. It is qalckiy absorbed. 60
cents st DraegisU or by atH ; samples 10c by xcftil
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