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THE - HERALD.
HIDALGO HAPPENINGS. Just before retiring, if your liver is uKish, out-cf tune and ycu leeldull, bilious, constipated, take a dose of joeal Items of souals. infprest Per Ktc Jesse O. Wheeler, Ed. ani Prop. Rntered at the Brownsville, Texas, clcffice as second class mail matter. Office: Hekald Bltldcjo, South Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE, : : : TEXAS. Correspondence solicited on all mat ters of lotal interest, or of iaterest to the people of South westprws. Each communication mustf lcbmpanied by the name of its author, not for pub lication (unlecs 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. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1901. The news today of the condition of President McKinley causes grave apprehension again as to the outcome of his wounds. The Beeville Banner aptly re marks : "One of the secrets of success is sticking to work that yon un derstand. Because you may know how t put money in the bank and kein it there, is by no means evi dence that you could pilot a steam boat or handle a llviujjr baloon." The new editors of fche Victoria Advocate, Messers French " and Jecker, seem to feel equal to the heavy responsibility assumed by them when they went into the business of publishing a news paper. They are running adonble leaded notice to the public that any who have a kick to make will be cheerfully received at their editorial sanctum. One of the latest things in paper is coffins. 1 he paper coffin, it is said, has stood all the tests. It has demonstrated to be waterproof, fireproof, acidproof in fact, in destructible." Smithville Trans cript. Fire proof, eh? What a splendid thing it will be for the delinquent subscribers ! Houston Post. Surely the Post cannot want to cheat the delinquent subscribers out their dues. The request of Capt. Lemley, judge advocate of the Schley court of friqnir7 for the appointment of one of the ussist.Mit attorney gen erals to aid him in the conduct of the case, has been promptly refus ed by Attorney General Knox The ground for his refusal is very good one tuat, as tue prt1 dent himself had recommend Admiral Schley for promotion, it would look like a desire on the part of the administration to con vict him shonld it now detail an officer to aid in the case against hint. dSl Prayer For President. Washington, D. C. Prayers for the wounded . President were offered in all Washington churches to-day. 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 b a new vul canizing process. Old tables fitted with our cushions are as good as new, satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. See our adver-) (.bines. Heated or sold To The Hekald. Hidalgo, Tex., Sept. 12: The Hidalgo pnblic schooi reopened its regular session last Monday, with a fair attendance of scholars, with Miss Alice Dougherty as principal assisted by her sister, Miss Lillian S. Doughert'. The machinery ordered for the newsunar mill for Sheriff Clnsner's plantation is hourly expected to arrive at Brazos by schooner and will be brought up here by wagons A petition to the post-master gen eral was circulated here some I'Pxv months ago, asking for the estab lishment of a daily mail service Rio Grande to Brownsville. The petition was thoroughly circulated and signed by all citizens wishing a daily mail service, which will be a great benent tor some ot our citizens living on the said route. It is to be hoped that the service will be established. A celebration in honor of Mex ico's Independence day will take place at Reyimsa, Mexico, on Sun day and Monday uex', in the way of speaking, parade and also a sere nade on a mam plaza, A grand fiesta is anuounsed to take place at the Havana ranch, this county, ofi Sunday and Mon day also in honor of the same event. District court will convene here the 30th. inst. The river here has been on a rise fur the past few days, aad an eight foot rise is coming down from Laredo. The mission school here, con ductedby Harry Miller, was opeu ed on Sept. 2, with a fair attend ance of pupils. Farmers report hard times, their crops having proved a total failure on account of the long drouth. Cotton is now coming is and sell ing to our merchants at 75 cents for an arroba, or 25 pounds. Corn is retailing here at 50 cents an almud, which is hard on our poor people. There are only four prisoners at Hotel Closner, The coun public schools throughout tbejvarious district have re-opened Some of our watercart men about town are quite independent, de manding as high as 12 to IS cents for a barrel of water. PERSONALS. Miss Hettie S. Dougherty, after spending a few days with her sis ters, on her return from San An tonio, left for home at Brownsville Saturday. Miss AliceS. Dougherty, prin cipal of the Hidalgo public school, accompanied by Master John Clos ner, jr., arrived from Brownsville Monday, after a short visit to ier mother and sisters there. Mounted Inspectors More and Chavez left here Monday on an in spection tour down the river. They returned last evening. Mrs. John Closner and son, Master Victor, left this morning for Brownsville, on a visit to rel atives and friends. Win. Schunior, county and dis district clerk, and A. E. Chavez, inspector of customs, left today by train for Brownsville. ANAGER wanted in everv large county to appoint agents for the famous "Game o'Skill" nickel slot machine for drinks or cigars; lawful t-yviyivhen, takes place of all forbidden slot ma- And you'll be all right in the morning. .$100 Kcwnrfl, $100. 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 wire iirjill its stajres and that is Catarah. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positiro enre now known to the medical fraternity. Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease, re quiresa constitutional treatment. HalTs Catarrh (hire is taken internally, not ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, hereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient- strength 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 lars for any esise that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials. Address. V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by druggists, Too. Han's Family Pills are the best. Drying: preparations simply dovc-1 t; dry c.vl :.r: h ; l ; y lry r-. the Secrrf k: . v svliich. ai-iv-i j I ...k i. i dc-co:;. xmc, caning ..'.r t-ioit.- . u.3i.'::blet!an the ordinary for. j of tdtar; li. Avoiilfti! dry ing inhalants, fames, smohes ar.d snnils and use that fhlsh. cleaiisrfss, soothes av.2 heals. Ely's Cream Halm is snch a. remedy and -will curd catarrh or cold in the head easily and pleasantly. A trial size -prill be mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell the 50c. size. Ely Brothers, 50 Wwren St., X.Y. The Balm cures withont pain, does not irritato or cause sneezing. It spreads itself over an irritated ar.d siigiy snrfb reliev ing immediately the pamf ui inflammation. With Ely's Cream Balm you are armed Hgainst Nasal Catarrh and Hay Fever. The Kiiid You Have Always Boiiglit, and wliicli lias Ijeen. in use for over :0 years, iias faorae Hie signatnrc of and lias been made under liis per- iSrf-Ji- soiia.l snr.ftrrision since its infancy. '&CU&Z All rtwt.ndpfpive vouin this.- AU Counterfeits, Imitations aad Just-as-good" are Jmfc Experiments that trifle ith and endanger the health o Infante and Children Experience against Experiment. it is Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It coufetms neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotie substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and alia.vs Feverislmesy. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It itilievei Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It asimilatts the Food, regulates the Stomach nxsd Bowels, giving .healthy and natural sleep. The Children's' Panacea The Mother's Friend, 'NUiSI C ALWAYS Bears the Signature of NOTICE Andres Fiprling has moved his tailor shop from its former loca tion on 12,th. street to the bnildirig near the iee factory on Levee street, between 13t'h. and 14th. streets, where he will be pleased to serve his patrons as usual. Old newspapers for sale at The Daily Hekald office, 25 ets. per 100. The KM You Have Always Bought in Use For Over SO Years, TMfc 9CMTAU COMMMV. Tf UUBBAf STiMTET NEW YCHrt CITY. nwmrrntr iWf-.MfTi.Tr im AT Wholesale Prices. FLOUR. Mexican Coin. rf! I S jf W i 1 CO ' m ...j,,, . M Si. Joseph s Co lege Brownsville, t exas. A Boarding and Day School for Young mil Boys Conducted by the Oblate Fathers. Next Session Begins Sep tember 2nd. 1903. iFor Ca-talone and Partic'a i lars Address - Ray, 0. Valence, O.M.I. . President ; ; Brownsville, Texas. Wm. Kelly, Piesident rf. L. DWOiCf A. ASHIIEIM, ' Cashior.i THE FIRST M TIONAL 'BANK .OF BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, r -CAPITAX, ' : ' : " " ',$50,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits, - - 20.000 k GElfBEALilAar& TRANSACTED. tisement of "Mauaper Wanteo!" for lawful slot iaachiui. Palmer BiHiahl Table Works, Chicago, Ills. on easy payments. Secnre territory quick. Palmer Billiard Table Works, Chi cago, Ills. High Patent, per bbl $9 50 Second Patent, i 8 00 Om-G-em, t 8 00 Our Pride per bbl. 7.80 LARD. Compound Fairbank's, by the tierce, per lb, 14Jc In Cans, per lb, 5 c COFFEE Mexican Peaberry, lb, 25c Rio Coffee, lb, 18 to 19e According to class. STJGr A Si. Standard Granulated, 13ie White ugar, lb, 1U to 12c) Brown usrar, ner lb O-eH rown l Sugarvper bbl. 9.50 i! Bice 'I 8 1-2 c. Mex. per vowv& Soda, per pound 3o. Nic-Nac per pound 15c Vermicelli Box. 12 lbs. net $1.50 I have other bargains too num erous to mention , Walter B. Austin, iwi mes, -iranais l seniors, yjsais 3IA.VA6BK. . ! . ' , THE I-'IXKST IN "HE (MY. Gelaya Building, ElizabethSt VICTOR-EGLY. JR, - - - MANAGER? Brulay Buys,and sells Mexican and Domestic Exchange Foreign Draft inp: points in Europe. DIRECTORS. Wifiiain Kelly, C. II. Maris, li bert Dakopll , A . A shliQira. S. L. DWfmin, M. Alortso. t THE PUCE TO GO WHEN YOU WANT Oil H CC jrC M COURTEOUS inLXlXim IS THE NT E EX AT ION A . 1 A T . 'iLLS, 'fSZAS. if i 9 t i - 5 : ft n i 'M