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THE DALIY HERALD.
E OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. fcHOWNSVILLK. TEXAS. Qrrirx: Herald BtMr.oi.o, South Sid Jesse O. Wheeler, Ed. an Prop. Late Item. Archbishop Corrinan, the iHk tiueuished Catholic prelate, in dead. QnrMi WiIDcIiimhh wa tn h Vvry criMua! condition hi.-t Imi a:n in improving. Exatuinuipi for h life iiisiimiMv company have found ihat John P. Stafford, a Brooklyn school teach er, U his heart on the rijrht side. Thu ilnrfir 1trliirtfl SlufTirl tn hu SllhROrthora vhn An nnf ropolro tholr I communication muBt be accompanied Perfuot,-v ,,orm, n eVery ol,,er iv the name of Its author, not for pub- respect aiui decided to take him (Icstion (unless so directed), but as a us a risk. lb people of Southwest Texws. Each Yl ell f nAmmtinlnnltnno 4 Via l rrV f to L , . who was bronchi to New lork reaucst anonymous signatures annear H writer should a n8fflfffSP(WrTt,,fl,reeks rtK l become the wife wrved to disle the name of the of Linr Foy, u wealthy Ninth guarantee Osgood faith, and when by street tea inerohant, has. been kid- KiuiUMl uvicuuuu uuu i.ub .icuc. H,)f )y III tMlUUIUf I'S 1111(1 III- teiu excitement prevails in China town. Congressman IVter .!. Otey of ONLY NINE CAPTUKBD. Thirty-Five iUoru Shot In fin At tempt to Wscape. Wee Ijtiutr Fonjr, a Chiiifse jirl, , Manila, May o Btlity four Mnros. prisoners tinder o-nnrd. mad an attempt in spaie today. At a preconcerted sign I et between the soldiers t.rtuntf ihe guard and a company at dinner. The latter realizing what hud hap pened tired on and pursued the Moron, killing thirty live of them and capturinir nine. The other fucitivesj'caped. fA Blonde's rreckles rJrc thereafter. Correspondence solicited on all mat ters of lotal Interest, or of Interest to ;his office and the matter will receive per regularly are requested to notify Virginia died at Lynchburg Alon imch dlscJuro. dav. and the house had two mem- w bers' desks draped in black at FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1902. onoe, the other heiiiL' the late Cou- ' gressmau rutnminL's'. The president threatens lo recon- ABOUT TOWN. . . - ... . ,, . . vena congress in extraoruinurv Hie river 18 falling nt all points . h orRDitiij immediately niter aujouru metit, unless thu ,4Cuban relief" tariff bill he parsed. Dr Palmer, the noted Presby terian divine of New Orleans, was run dowu by an electric car, and budlv hurt. above. Fresh lemons and cheese jupt re ceived at John McGovern's. The schooner Beachum came in side the bar at Brazos this morn X0K. It is to be hoped that thix north wind may not blow those seventeen-year locust this way from San Diego. Queen to Tako the Veil, London, May 2. A Koine dis patch to the Exchange Telegram The steamer is notually coming, Company says the Dowager Qneen And our people are rejoiced at the prospect of having quick transpor tation once more. Died, yesterday at 4:30 a. m., in this city, Sra. Jesnsa Huertn, agfld about sixty yenrs, alter n Maigherita has decided to take the veil and enter a convent NOTICE. Estuto of H. D. Rentfro, deceased. Whoroas, lotters of administration mint, fli itefntn rtf T) Tl Dnnffm .1 long illneai. She leaves two grown I . . ' ' . ' ions. The funeral took place this hy the County Court of Camoron morning at the CUholic church. County on Uio 21st, day of March, A . D lr w tt.R r!nslnn lAi...nr,..Cp 1902 I180"8 holding chiims against ... -W-, . ' ... ' said estato aro required to prcsont some a ball in iWaiamoros on tne tst., MyrMidoncoJp at Brownsville. Toxaa. and my post-ofllce address is Browns vlllo, Texas. It. 13. Rentfro. Jr. -- OARNIOR'S FRIENDS. Uvalde, Tex., Mav 5. The friends of Judge Garner here are congratulating themselves on an easy victory for their home man. Several statements made by Senator Dibrell are being taken up by Garner's friends, who are busy getting proof to show the Senator was misinformed. Alnnteo at Galveston. A mespaire received I13' the Uio Grande railroad company from K 0. Flood announces that the steam er MantMi arrived in Calve.ston to day, and will sail from there for Brazos Santiago Sunday. - - TEXAS NOTES. The taut is finally muila known that the pressure in th BeMiiinout oil wells is no longer sufliuiput to produce a voluntary How. Com pressed air machines mv het; ued to foiue the oil nut. Two men were killed nl iwo wounded in a &L'ht near Mexia Saturday night. G. W. Buschke has Ueen hi poi tiled engineer of the (ialvstou sen wall ptojeut, at a salary uf $10,- 000 a year. Cnckett is building a $0000 can nery. The lire which destroyed the Western Union telrgraph nflW at San Antonio Tuesday morniiitr was caused by lightning striking the building. .It oecurn-d at five O'clock in the morning, when tbts entire force had nnit work- M till gone home. show more plainly than a brunettes. but these discolored spots greatly taas the beauty of either. 5 HAGAiN'S MAGNAI IA DAL! I Of 9 vM, Sty 3$ . ''A vill effectually remove Freckles, f Sunburn, Tan, undue Redness, ?Sallowness and all other blem- ishes to beauty. ITJS A LIQUID for the face, neck, arms and handsA Can be easily and quickly applied Others cannot detect its use, ' It leaves no sticky feeling. Harmless as water. At all druggists. Price 75 cts. the occasion being she illst. anni verHary of the Matamorense. It will be quite an elegant function. PURELY PERSONAL W. N. Parks, Fsq , was a visitor at the Point yesterday. Mr and Mrs S. W. Brooks spent yesterday at the Point, re turning in the nfteruoou. J. A. Hal belt left on the train this morning for his home nt Cor sicuna, Texas, having been here several weeks looking for land in- CHEAP IRRIGATION POWER. veBtmeuts. K. B. Swenson, of Milwaukee Wis., agent for 'the beer that made Milwaukee famous, M arrived by yesterday's Matamorn: tntin. gnd is atttyiug at the Milltr. Lon C. Uill, Esq., left on the stage this morning for his home at Bteville, Texas, after spending , ., n. t r tl ,, Tt . , ... . dai I v direct from the well. It some ume nere, looKiug nrter ms extrnsive land interests und mak- The new gasoline engine for the irrigation plant of Messrs. Ballaid &t Coleman has been installed and a test mode of its capacity. It fill ed a 5000 gallon tank in two and a half hours. At this rate it is al most equal to an artesian well, as it is capable of irrigating two acres is the intention of the owners, how- Statk or Ohio, City of- Tolbdo. ) Lucas PniTVTv , SS Frank J. Cheney makoe oath that ho is senior partnor of the firm of P. J. Chonoy & Co., doing bnsinoss in the City of Toledo, County and State ufortv- said, and that said firm vr!!P pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Cataiumi that cannot ho cured by the use of Catakuh Cuke. FRANK J. CHENEY Sworn to before 1110 and subscribed in my prosconse, this 0th. day of Decom her, A. D. 1836. . A. W. GLEASON, j skau j Notary Public. trfilrs Uatarrah Cure is takon inter nally, and acts dirootly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the syatom. Send fortastimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 7Bc. Hall's Family PiflffSfce thu best. pvcr. tn bnild a resnrvinr this nni. inK .rr.DR.m6Dl for pl.nliDK his ,ner , Krmty inermse rice crop. ftUlitfS OP PING PONG. Baltimore American. R. E. O." asks for "wine in- the usefulness of the plant. vi He Bee. Bee- PROPOSALSFOR TRANS PORTA- TiOX. San Anonio, Texas. May 1. 1908. Sealed proposals, in triplicate. 8trucnon8 as to scoring in ping- will bo received here until 12 M.f May pong." 90 1002, for transportation (drayage, hy 3 "Knocking the ball through Wfttor or waB) of military supplies the window counts 3. 1?orts Rinr1(1' Clark and Brovn. n , . , , . and San Antonio, Texas. duriiu tho 2. Broking plate glass mirror fiscal year commencing July 1,1003. counts $ U.S. rosorvos richt to reieot or accent fl. Striking next player with any or all bids or any part thereof. ivuil information fnnushea on apphca raoket takes 8 off your score. 4. Lodging ball in ear of fussy old geutltmau who is looking on counts G all round. 5. Hitting self under ohin with handle of rtuike entitles yon to au ftthsr shot. 6. Knocking ball into opponent' eye is game. tion. EnvelouoH coutatnimr nronosals should lx marked "Proposals for Transportation," and addressed JNO. U M .Q. BOER RESOLUTIONS. Warrington. Prominent lrr mans tell the Republicans they will be defeated if they do not pass the Boer resolution. Nasal CATARRH In all lta stages. Ely's Cream Balm claiuo, soothM ahd heals the diseased membrane. It cures catarrh and drWes away a cold In tho head quickly. Crvnm It aim ia placed Into tho nostrils, spreads ovsr tho membrane, and U absorbed. Relief is Im mediate and a cure follows. Itis'not drying docs not prodnco encczing; Largo Size, 60 cents at Drug I(ts or by mall : Trial Size, 10 cohIa. Old Furniture MADE NEW, JOSEPH KUGK, Cabinet Mnkor And Gonernl Repairer is nov ready to repair and upholster furniture. Shop next to Frontier Ice Faotory. The Bexar Hotel, Located on Cor. Houston and Jofferson Streets, SAN ANTONIO, : : TEXAS. Strxtt Car r&ou am. Dei-oth Pass tkk Door Rates, S2.00 Per Day. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. Large, Cool Rooms, Splendid Service Modern Conveniences. MERCHANTS SCHOONER LINE, BU()WNSVILLE and (ULYESTOS, CONHECTING kl P8KT ISABEL WITH THE BIO GRANDE RIALROAD, The Auxiliary Tern Heliooner Olga C. FL' Moore and Others. Freight r itn nmv an other liims ltjcht'iTJp ohurges at Brazw. Thiw inHUtnioM u worohouae at GnJreeton and will receive all coufligntiienttt tni arriral ami thertby wtve doiunruu 011 cars or ires s. ThV pHtrtue of the Ata&uuorog, Hldulgo aud Brownsville shippor in tirfnntly mtlklttKl. The Galveston agent nf thirv litw will receive coneigiuuunts from connooting Uuen, poy ckuu-geR, iwhuro ami forward prmirpt'r Htnd orders for freight t EDGAR W00DH0USE,Ageni, Galveston, Texas. Srs A BSAXmPUL FACE No v.onwm can luive a beautiful face without fcv!:h, and fiwiri V men powtos such perfect health as those who regularly uso GERSTLE'S 5 FEMALE PANACEA. i Of it Pllie P. Evans, of Columbia. 8. C.. rniys: 'It is undoubtedlr te finest ft- s mule rcatorer on earth." Miss CarrlfJ. T Ilolmes. of Btnnchnrd. Ln.: 'Inr Qod 9 hleseyou; your G. F. P. (Cnrstls'i femtl Panacea) cured me and mado ma the hD" 5 pjest Birl in America." Harriet Martin. 0 of Seurey. Ark., writes: "My health hat A boen roatoredbyfi. r. P. I never expected U lo aa well as I am to-day." JarettaP. w Jtlunter. hvmjc in Laurens, a. C write; For six years I su fiVred from female com plaint. .Doctors and njedicines did ra no (rood. I sufforcd terribly from white. fi. P. P. has cured me." Mary Ar Hunt, of Murion. Ark., soys : One bottle of F. P. rnwlinq." And so wemieht ouqt from Jetti-re Ifko thpse ffir an indefinite period. It is sunVii-nt to add that Gt7 D (Gorstle'3 Femal Panacaai will perma nently enronny inaiiiicr'.t femaletrouble. even ii ib mwtsiuom'ni i --h which ijutu .j resisted doctors and all other treatment. Wrtm to th Ljldikh' Kk.ii.th Ct.vm, CbsttBO H. ToHn.,wir I. Caitl & Co.. fur lraIvl eoucersiHit jeur waio. DRUGGISTS SELL G. F. P. m STime iTable Rio Grande Railroad. On and after Sortt. 15th., 1902, regular passenger trains will run as follows: Leaves Brownsville (Daily) at 9 a. m Arrivf Point Isabel at 10:16 a m I Leaves ., ai 3 ti. m 1 tVrrivoBrow nsvillo ., at 4 : 16 p.m JoseCeiaya. Brovnsvillo. General Manager BE SURE that your hlood Is rich ami pure. The best blood purifier, enricher and vitalfzer ! Hood's Sami rariila Bo suro to GET HOOD'R Las Dos Naciones. M. Saliualla & Co. The public will find an extensive assortment of DB.Y GOODS, SHOES, HATS, JEWELRY AKD SVDDLES at prices wifliout competi tion at LAS DOS NACIONES, CASTOR I A Por Infants and ChiUrts. The Kind You Have Always lNM Bears tho Signature