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THE DAILY HERALD.
THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. 1 Issued Every Day Except Sunday. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) Ihie year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Three months 1.50 One month ?- 50 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1901. ABOUT TOWN. The fiestas athe Plaza de Allen de in Matamoros open today, and will continue until the end of the month. The bonse occupied by Conduc tor Sidney Roussett and family on Elizabeth street is being improved by a new roof. NLRVOUS tronblcs are cured bv Hood's Sarsap:irhl:i -which en riches and purifies tne blood. Jeis tho st mediciue for nervous PEOPLE- The schooner Beacham ' arrived off Brazos this morning, bnt np to three- this afternoon she had uot come inside and will probably not do so until morning. The patriotic iMexicans of Brownsville are makiug prepara tions for a grand celebratrou of the Mexican independence anniversar$T on the 15th. and ldtli. inst. The celebration will take place at the Market plaza. The Woodmen of the World will bold a regular meeting tonight, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. As important matters will be brought before the Camp it is necessary that there should be a full attend ance. There will also be work in the Protection degree. "ANAGEIt wanted in every large county to appoint agents for the tamous "Game o'Skill" nickel slot machine for drinks or cigars; lawful eveiy where, takfs place of all forbidden slot ma chines. Rented or sold on easy payments. Secure territory quick. Palmer Billiard Table Works, Chi cago, Ills. The Matamoros street railway company has announced that on the nights of the 15th. and 10th. cars will be run until three o'clock in the morning. Tickets -for the round-trip to or from Santa Cruz, and return, will be sold for ten cents, Mexican. The cars will also be run until the same hour at night on Snudays during the continuance of the fair. GET our prices on Billiard and Pool Tables before buying else where, sold on easy payments. Our cushions are guaranteed. for twenty years, and are made by a new vul canizing process. Old tables fitted with our cushions are as good as new,, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. See our adver tisement of "Manager Wanted" for lawful slot machine. Palmer Billiard Table Works, Chicago, Ills. jTHE PRESIDENT'S CONDITION. Bulletins received from Bnffalo fchis morning report that the Pres ident passed a good night, and every tbing is now favorable t his recovery. -- Came Down the River from Laredo J. L. Caldwell and Sampson arrived here yesterday afternoon from Laredo, having come down the river in a skiff from that place to a ranch within about forty miles of Matamoros. They sold their boat to the ranchero aud he brought them by wagon to Matamoros yes terday. They are looking for a location, one of them being a sil versmith and the other a maker of rustic furniture. For the present they have rented a shop on 12tb. street opposite A. H. Maltby's place. One of them, Mr. Cald well, is sick with fever having prob ably contracted malaria on the trip down the river. They left Laredo twenty daysago, and spent about ten days at Rio Grande, which makes it a very quick trip. Mr. Caldwell iuforms us that they found the passage down the stream quite safe and easy. They passed rapids in several places. tn That Railroad Concession. The Herald has not been able to fnlly confirm the news of a concession being granted to the Mexican National railroad compa ny to build a road from San Mi- gnel to Monterey. Some leading citizens of Matamoros have been informed that it is a fact and that the said company has agreed to be gin work by the end of October, under a forfeit of $15,000. A Burning Coal Mine. The "burning mountain" of Moutet, in Aveyron, Prance, which is oiteu mistaken tor an active volcauo, because a pillar of cloud rises from it by day and a pillar of fire by night, is in reality a coal mine which has been burning for several years. POLES REPUDIATE ASSASSIN Members of That Nationality at New York and Philadeipia Strongly Denounce His Act. District Court. The jury in the case nf Anastacin Robles, charged with eatile theft, which was heard yesterday had not agreed upon a verdict up to 2: 30 this afternoon, and was still loakfd np, Irving to settle the qnestion. The court was occupied t,day with the second case tor cattle theft against Anastacio Robles, a special venire of jurors being sum moused for the trial. The evidence wa all in and argument begun by 2:30. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT i and SMOKE, Your Lit eaway I Yon can be cured of any form of tobacco using easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of sew kfe and vigor by taldng NO-TQ-BAC, uut makes weak men strong. Many gair tw pounds in ten days. Over BOO ,QQB cured. AU druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book tot cad advice FREE. Address STERLING 3M3DYCO Chicago o- New Yotk. 3P -S4 SURELY PERSONAL. Gapt., Geo. Stowe aud family came up this morning irotn Padre island. Prof. Barbour, Postmaster Sharpe, L. Ii. Bates, J. (Jelayaaud John Scaulan were passengers to the Point last evening. Edgar Woodhouse, L. 11. Bates, Prof. Barbour, John Champion aud son, and Miss L. Johnson were arrivals from the Point this morn ing. o Consul Griffith is at present in Laredo, attending to bnsiness con nected with the affairs of the late Capt. Anderson. He expects to re turn to Matamoros Tuesday. W. B. Sharpe of Dallas, S. P. Wilds; of San Antonio and H. S. Reavis of St.- Louis, arrived here by the Alice stage last night and are stopping at the Ashland hotel. These gentlemen are here to inves- r tigate the oil Gelds in Northern Tamaulipas. Mr. Sharpe is the. man who first undertook to bore for oil in the Beaumont field, which was iu 1893, but did not Mieceed at thaime in reachinjr the oil. Hb i.s nowjjlijjavily interested there. Mr. Keavis is also interested in the1 Beaumont, field, as is .Mr. Wilds alo. The lntVr uetittftiiuti is well ni-quaiiiii-d in Brownsville, haviuir fieqiiHiiilv visitt here in toruier yi-ai, when he wa in ht cattle busincf... Tlie bring tetters of in troduction to several leading citi zens nf Brownsville and Matamo ros. , Planting Rubber Trees. The rubber trees is to be mtro-j dneed into India bv the HritiiU cover uncut. The Mexican rubber! tree has tieen selected as the best, and a large shipment of seeds has just br en made to Madras. AT PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. S. Four hundred Polish Americans gathered iu St. Laurentius' Roman Catholic Church today, passed res olutions deploring the shooting of President McKiuley aud protested against the statement that the would-be assassin was connected with the Polish people of this countiy. Among those present were five Polish priests. Wonderful Fireworks. Iu Nagasaki, Japan, there is a firework maker who manufactures pyrotechnic birds of great size that, when exploded, sail in a life like manner through the air and perform many movements exactly like those of living birds. The se cret of making these wouderful things has been iu possession of an eldest child of the family of each generation for more than 400 years. -- Educate Your Bonrals With Caa carets. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. I0c.25c If C.C.C. fail, druccists refund moncy- - Notice of Meeting. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Brownsville and Gulf railroad company will be held at the office of the company Browns ville, Texas, Thursday, 19th of September, 1901, at 10 o'cloek a. in., for the purpose of electing directors aud the transaction of such other business as may be brougKt before the meeting. The transfer books of the com pany will beelooed at 3 o'clock p. in., Sept. 19th., and remain closed until three ilays, after final adjourn ment of the meeting. The regular annual meetingof the board of directors will be held at the same place on the same date. R. J. PuiG, Secretary Brownsville, Tex., Aug lGth, 1901 BafcSsig Powder Lazy Liver "I havo been troubled a great deal with a torpid liver, -which produces constipa tion. I found CASCARETS to be all you claim for them, and secured such relief the first trial, tttat I purchased another supply and was com pletely cured. I shaU only be too glad to rec ommend Cascarets -whenever tho opportunity Is presented." J. A. Smith. zvsu susquenanna Ave., muaaeipma, fa. i A BEAUTIFUL FACE I Nn wnmnn ran "have a beautiful face without health, and few ire- V men possess such perfect health as those "who regularly use W am mm mm hitdqti P'Q via Jm m Jkm GERSTLE'S FEMALE PANACEA. New York, Sept. 8. An indig nation meeting attended by about 500 Poles, of which it is estimated there are 00,000 in New York City, was held today at the Church of St. Stanislaus, and bitter words of denunciation of Czolgosz and his .crime were uttered while the ex pression of sympathy for the Pres ident arid those belouging to bin, was warm and universal. Doubt as to the nationality of the would be assassin was expressed, and it was decided to send a delegate to Cleveland and Toledo at once to o look into his ancestry and to prove to the American people that he is not a Pole, but a Russian by des cent. That delegate, will leave New York for the West tomorrow. Of it Sallie P. Evans, of Columbia. 8. C, says : "It is undoubtedly the finest If- male restorer on earth." Miss Came J. K. Holmes, of Blanchard. La.: May uoa W mess you: your . r. r. (Gersue's remate piest girl in America." Harriet Martin, w oi cearcy, ArK.. writes: Aiy neaiiu nan been restored by L P. P-1 never expected to be as well as I am to-day." JarettaP. Hunter, livinxr in Laurens. S. C. writes: "For six years I su ffered from femal e com nlaints. Doctors and medicines did ma no eood. I suffered terribly from white. . S. F. P. hns cured me." Mary A. Hunt. ' of Marion. Ark., says: "One bottle of . F. P. cured me." And so we might quote from letters like these for an indefinite period. It is sufficient toadd that GET D (Gerstle's Femal r Panacea) will perma nently cureany raan.net" ot female trouble, even the most stubborn cases which, have resisted doctors and all other treatment. Write to the Ladies Health Ci-rn, OhnfctaBOO Ka. Tenn.. care I Gerstle A for Ireo sdrio con earn ins jour case. DRUGGISTS SELL G. F. P. . Don't Accept a Substitute! When you ask for Cascarets be sure you get tbe genuine Cascarets Candy Cathartic! Don't accept fraudulent substitutes, imitations or counterfeits! Genuine tablets stamp ed C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc. Petticoats given away- but well toward it $3.00 jINSOALE styles iu soft, pret CiT ty shades of blne,gray,cerice hilotrope unci of Hack, handsome ly made with twelve-inch bias flounce, Trimmed with six-inch. S Accordion pleated ruiile, urmsu- ecl -with an inch hemmed and pinked ruilie. Surely such petticoats at the price are simply irresis tible. A.L.Kahn. THE BEST IS THE 'CHEAPEST. Nut bow cheap, bnt botvgo'bdl is the question. ' The T WIGK-AWEKK - RKPU BIjIC is not as cheap as are some so-called newspapers. Bnt it is as cheap as it is possible to sell a first class newspaper. It prints all tbe news that is worth printing. If vou read it all the vear round, von are posted on all the important and interesting affairs of the? world. It is the best and most reliable newspaper that money and brains can produce and those should be the distinguishing .trats or the newp.iper that is designed to ,be read by all members of the lainily. Subscription price $1 a year. Any newsdealer, newspaper or post master will receive your snbscrip-," tion, or vou may mail it direct to THE REPUBLIC, St. Louis, Mo. Ulli JV m.lhK. I ELY'S CREAM HAI.M is a poRltWecure. i Apply into the nostrils. It is quickly absorbed. M. Many are not being benefited by the cents at Druirgist or by mail ; samples lot by msil summer vacation as they should be. ' 3BOT11EB3 Warres sugtt TofeCter Now, notwithstanding much outdoor I life, they are little if any stronger than ; they were. The tan on their faces is CANDY CATHARTIC r n r 1 1 Pietsaat. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do uooa. .never sicken, w eaten, or Gripe, wc. Sc. uac. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... SlerfWt Kmmt Cospur, Cileifo, XoKlntl, Sew Terfc. 316 M fi.Tg-llfl Bold aBOjrurasteegfer aHclrag- am-amw KHHHIUIJSS', For Over Fifty Years . Mns. Wixslow's Soothing Syrup has darker and makes them look healthier, beeu used for over fifty years by , mil- but it is only a mask. They are still lions of mothers for thir children whi nervous, easily tired, upse: bytrifles, teething, . with perfect success. It and thev do not eat uor sleen well, soothes the child, softens the trams: al- "What they need is what tones the Liys-all pain; cures ind colic, and is nerves, perfects cugestiou, creates appe- the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will tite, and makes sleep refreshing, and relieve the poor little suiferer imme- that is Hood's Sarsaparilla. Pupils and diately. Sold by Bruggists in every ' teachers generally vill find the chief part of the world. Twenty-five, cents a by this great medicine which, as we Winslow's Soothing Syrup." and take, know, "builds up the whole system." no other kind. A Strong Woman Iowa City, Iowa, Aug. 15, 1969 My Trife was siclc for three years. We tried everything without relief and spent mock money. My wife tried Wino of Cardui and four bottles cured her. She took two more bottles, knowing she would have to work hard durisg the hay harvest. She attended to aU her house hold duties and loaded and unloaded aU the hay. This medicine gave her strength. For merly she was weak and tired and could hardly get about, but since she has beea takisg Wise of Cardui she feels better and stronger thaa when 30 years of age. JOS. A. EISESHAFUB. Mrs. Elsenhafer had tried everyihiRg dferm her three years sickness and had spthi corsm erable money. She was weak and ceefcl hardly get about for three years before she leek WINE MZARDUI Now, after taking the Wine of Cardui, she can work with her husband in the hay Held. That is hard work, but k is not as infwkHis to a woman's health as labor m stores, factories and offices where thousands of girls are cknely con. fined vear after year. With the aid of Wine 'of Cardui a woman can do any reasonable work and enjoy good health. The health that Wine of Cardui brings makes a woman vigorous m body and mind. Freed from those terrible devastating pains a woman grows wcH and strong naturally. Wine ef Cardui regulates the disordered menstruation and cures leucorrhoca, falling of the womb and periodical pains m the head and back caused by standing or sitting a long time m the same position. Thedford's Black-Draught puts tha bowels, stomach, Kver, kidneys and bfoed in proper shape. Greatly increased strength and endurance is the natural resuK. Most cases arc-cured quickly. All druggists sell $1.66 bottles of Wine of Cardui and 25 cent packages ef Thedford's Black-Draught. For advice and literature. jkMitm, civing ym ptof. "The AMwfy Department." The ChrtTanoog MtA'itrvc Cempamj, Chamnoegt, Tw.