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THE - HERALD.
Jesse O. Wheeler, Ed. and Prop.
Entered at the Brownsville, Texas,
stoffice as second class mail matter.
Office: Herald Buildtxg. South Side
East Elizabeth Street.
BROWNSVILLE, : : : TEXAS.
Correspondence solicited on all mat
ters of lotal interestTbr of isterest to
the people of Southwest Texws. Each
communication must be accompanied
by the name of its author, not for pub
lication (unless so directed), but as a
guarantee of good faith, and when by
request anonymous signatures appear
to such communications the right is re
served to disclose the name of the
writer should a necessity arise for
such disclosure.
Subscribers who do not receive their
paper regularly are requested to notify
this office and the matter will receive
prompt attention and insure better ser
vice thereafter.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1901.
The Columbia will race for the
enp instead of the new yach
Constitntion. Ater all Columbia's
the rem of the ocean.
The Honstou Post appears to be
the self-appointed champion of
State Treasurer Robbins. Ifan7
boily says anything about that
gentleman that is not compliment
ary, the Post jumps right on to
them. Laredo Times.
, May be Mr Robbins is a "valued
subscriber" of the 'steemed Post
GRULLA WHIM-
WHAMS. !
Rauis Too Late tu Do Much Good
Crops Very Short. Cotton
Pickets Returning. Oth
er Newsv terns.
DYSPEPSIA
"For mix years I wu a Tictlm of dye
Beptla In its worst form. I could eat nothing
out milk toast, and at times my stomach would
not retain and digest even that. Last March I
began taking CAS CARETS and since then I
have steadily improved, until I am as veil as I
ever was in my life."
David H. Murpht, Newark. O.
i
I k&mi) CATMAirric
Klitor Herald:
Grulla. Texas. Sent. 3 Sunday
before last the clouds ringd us
round and poured down their ge-,
nial showers, but not n us, alas !
A slight drizzle did fall, bu it did "
t. ........ tl.on rmrl F. f lllo wit II !
iiiwir mum m.-m Pleawnt. Palatable. Potent. Tatte Good. Do
.-.t tit t liitir ipsjf ' od. Never Sicken. Weaken, or Qrlpe.lOc 35c. 50c.
tMM out m hit, that thing.- jnstj CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
frizzled. Last lligllt (MS it had j rHg Um4j Caaptay. ChlMto, Mctrtlt Sw Tort. Sll
' ' kxv x s ,NV ' '
Late Items.
. Caleb Powers and Jas. Howard
convicted as murderers, of Gov
lioebel ot ivy., touclit in lail, over
the division of monev raised for
their defense. Howard strua
Powers on the head with an ink
stand seriously injuring him.
Spain has sent a minister to
Mexico, in the person of the Mar
quis LI. E. Pedro Prat. The new
ly appointed Austrian minister
Count Gilbert Hohenwart, has also
- arrived in Mexico.
Hack drivers in Mexico City now
wear a new uniform of gray, with
scarlet ties and large hats.
Two hundred and seventy-five
soldiers were poisoned by eating
stew.
VENEZUELA flAKING WAR.
Without Formal Declaration
Bombarding Coloinbiau Port
Washington, D. C, Sept. 9.
Venezuelan warships are reported
as bombarding Rio Chocha, the
Colombian port, without having
made a declaration of war. General
hostilities in that section will prob
ably follow.
Texas Xotes.
Analysis of the stomach of
nau i man ot uaiveston snowed no
trace of arsenic. Her husband was
ecused of poisoning her.
A valuable find of gold and si I
ver quarlz is reported nearMinera
Wefls.
Tram robbers near Texarkana
last Wednesday nip lit secured near
ly $50,000. '
The legislature was reconvened
id a seconu special session imme
diately on the expiration of the
first. The object named by the
governor is to make appropriations
to support the state government.
-
NOTICE
Andres Pierling has moved his
tailor shop from its former loca
"tion on 12th. street to the building
near the ice factory on Levee street,
between 13th. and 14th. streets,
where he will be pleased to serve
bis patrons as usual.
bffii for the last few nights) there
was a brilliant play of lightning,
a ad about 11 p. m., the rain came,
gently and softly, and soaking in
to the ground, not running oc.
But I am afraid it came too late.
There are a few who will be helped
by the rain, but 90 per cent, of the
fall planting is gone.
Speakiug of those who will make
a crop, reminds me of one near us
who has done very well indeed. He
is called Narciso Fernandez and
lives ou a little 250-acre ranch,
called La Zartuche. This year he
has made 90 car-gas of corn, 16
cargas of frijoles, has picked ami
sold 1000 pounds of cotton, and
has about 500 arrobas more that
he is anxious to sell to that enter
prising young merchant Teofilo
Garcia, of this place, to whom he
sold the other.
Com is selling at $9 a carga,
Mexican, cotton at 3 to 4 cents,
Mexican, grass at $10 a ton, and
wood at $2.75 a cord.
There will be quite a lot of cot
ton, with this rain, made in this
section at a rough estimate, some
thirty bales, allowing 1500 pounds
of seed cottou to a bale of 500
pounds of lint. 1 see by the papers
that the Texas cotton crop is short
about a million bales, with pros
pects of being shorter. If this is
true, then the price of cotton will
go 'way up.
August has passed, and no rise
in the river. I am afraid this mouth
and the next will see the same. If
my prevision comes true, we will
meet the coming crop year badly,
and if we fail to have pleuty of
rains, why, Starr couuty will be
calling for aid too. This year's
crop taking the whole county, just
amounted to 24 per cent., and the
autumn crop will turn out but 10
per cent. We have some suffering,
but nothing to speak of.
Yon and the Tiocauo writer are
right irrigation is our only salva
tion. Such crop years as 1895 come
but .seldom.
Schools are in full blast, and we
expect to have a longer term than
last year, when we had only six
months. There are some changes
amongst the teachers; several new
ones are now in. At the August
examination there kwere ten, of
whom half were new candidates.
The Agna Nneva tract is being
partitioned off, at the suit of Jjaza
ro Ramirez, and Shelv is busy. I
understand he is a commissioner
of the survey.
A few of the men who left for
the cotton-picking are coming back.
Some of them are quite ill, one is
crazy and the report goes that
there is not much work to be had.
Week before last a boy in town
was bitten by a scorpion. Lock-jaw
supervened, and the poor fellow
died There is a sood deal of sick
ness in town, mainly bilious, and
the doctors are busy.
At this coining district court, a
pile of tax suits will be brought
nd lively times may be expected.
It looks very much as if I tie leg
islature will meet this month too.
Why doesn't the. governor urge
the legislature to do something in
regard to the lynching that are
If ft-Tft-BlP Bold and guaranteed by all drag-
HV I U'BAW Blsti to CUBE Tobacco Habit.
, i
i !
ern officials are not cowards!- Andl
a surely they can't symphathizsj
with lynchings for theft, or rob-j
bery, etc. A nice spectacle we are
making for the civilized world, and
U sweet brand of Christianity we
show to the Chinese !
El Soltero.
$100 Reward, $101).
The readers of this paper will' be
pleased to learn that that there is at
least one dreaded disease that science
has been able to cure in all its stages
and that is Catarah. Hall's Catarrh
Core is the only positive cure now
known to the medical fraternity. Ca
tarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Kail's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act
ing directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system, hereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient stiength by building
up the constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative pow
ers, that they offer one Hundred Dol
iars for any case that it fails to cure
Send for list of testimonials.
Addrass. F. J. Chexey & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Han's Family Pills are the best.-
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has bee&
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health at
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep
The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend,
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
Qld newspapers for sale
at The Daily Herald office,
25 cts. per 100.
GROCERIES
AT
Wholesale Prices.
FLOUR.
Mexican
Coin.
High Patent, per bbl, $9 50
becond Patent, "
Our Grem, "
Our Pride per bbl.
8 00
8 00
7.80
LARD.
Compound Fairbanks,
by the tierce, per lb, 142c
t n n -
n oans, per id, ad c
COFFEE
Mexican Peaberry, lb, 25c
Rio Coifee, lb, 18 to 9e
According to class.
SUGAR.
Standard Granulated, 133c
White Sugar, lb, 1U to 12c
.Brown ugar, per lb, 985c
Brulay rown
Sugar per bbl. 9.50
Rice .
8 l-2c. Mex. per vound.
Soda, per pound, joe.
Nie-Nae per pound 15 e
Vermicelli
Box, 12 lbs.net 1.50
I have other bargains
too numerous to mention
Walter B. Austin,
MANAGER,
gracing our state? Surely sonth-l Celaya Building, ElizabethSt
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years-
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STRECT. NEW YORK CITY.
War. Kelly,
President.
S. L. Dworm x,
Vice-President.
A. Ashheim,
Cashier.
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS.
9
"CAPITAL, '
Surplus and Undivided Profits,
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
m
$50,000
20,000
Buys and sells Mexican money
and Domestic Exchange.
Foreign Drafts issued on all
points in Europe.
DIRECTORS.
William Kelly, C. H. Maris,
Robert Dalzell, A. Ashheim.
S. L. Dworman, M. Alonso.
m
THE PLACE TO GIT
WHEN YOU WANT
Lilfi REFRESHMENT
AND' COURTEOUS
TREATMENT is tk
INTERNATIONAL '
SALOON,
ELIZABETH STREET, BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS.
Wines, Brandies. Liquors. Cigars,
umrnn m?F,EIXEST IN THE CITY.
VICTOR E6LY JR. - - - MANAGER
Baby's Coming
t , McDonald, Qa., July 18, I960.
I advise every suffering woman to tako Wine
-S,arduJ- Whila 1 ,7 going with my other
children I was compelled to stay ia bedordava
atatime,bnfc this time I have taken Wtee of
Carta i and Thedford's Black-DraS and hive
fenhSW0 a housework fSffiSSg
Vr1 PfV? every day to be con
naJP h8bQd .thinks "Wine of Cardni is
the best medicine in the world. He takes a
SfThedford:8 Black-Draught everTatebt
w fes E?e to the children He harlot
lost a day from work this year. He teSs lis
KfSfv afety?r Wrtnl Biedicines aad I
cfidST 17 fri8ad3 touseoar Wine of
CardaL Mrs. GEORGIA. LEE.
VINEG4RDIJI
There are fhouMndj of women whe shrMc
But childbirth k one of the workwes of NaS
w it was not Wended to imply tertwe a4
aony to the herok mothers of the race. The
woman who suffers torture during prefiuncv
crcUon. hurcd ihtori which make her a worca. SefmenrtS
HftoJf t0 ovarian pains, faliinj of the wembd kucW
and the period of pretnancy is necessarily diatream under t he
U0nSl y,RC J Sf wj rebate the LtnSIZT ctiTi
5teraUve organs strong and heaifCSS anl
childbirth have bo terrors for the wum wholkc5 this 3 wSeTSe
healthy womb wHJ brm5 Hs precious bwden to maturity wkhlt3e er
paia. A healthy woman need net fear chSdfckth. WineTcaSS conK
cures aH these troubles familiariy knewn "femak &tt1&
sensitive generative organs for presnancy and chifdSSuH wS Tvfaw
mother much pain and suffering. AH druggists sell SIM biksi
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