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ins Herald is authorized to aunotutoe IIOX.J.B.DlBRELL, a candidate for Congrvw from thin, tlx- Fifteenth District, nubject to Ueac Ihntorralic ContrretMiotial ConwitioB. Tun Hbralo wrtlioriwd to anftonnoe Hon-J. N. Garner a Candidate for Couatmm rrom aa thi tho Fifteenth District, trabject to the Democratic Kominatuig Convention SATURDAY, JUNK IW AN effort will be made to prove (lie anti-olcQiuarKfuiw? bill nnccn stitutiotirtl. It is (e Iw toped thr effort inny fail. The big coal trikt provok Bomo wondar as to the whereabout of one Marcus A. iJtnna who started in to aeitieall labor troublr by arbUratioti. Tub next legislator in t Iti state should (Miss strict and pffpot ivo pure food laws. It is a duty the st at a owes lis people to pro tect them from being defrauded aud otherwise injured by having adulterated foods palmed W upon them. Joiik Garner may not have i "commanding prtsewce bt b iK not roonsibl for bis persona uppaarance. However, ;h gray matter which fills hi cnauinm i uudouutenly of a giiperior order and that is of much more iutpor tunce than his looks. And, by the way, it is n fact generally admit ted that a uose of jfetirro pro poi-limu is au indication of brain pOWlT Tin j.M.viponeitttjnt f Ike great St. L s World's Fair until 1904 will all il ubuiidant tint" for the pieparatluin of exhibits, it is to le bop d that 'lxas may be r presciiti-d by one oflbe finest slate rxltituiN to be eo there. This si nlo i auks flftb in wealth in the ( iik i. and should bavr au exhibit worthy ol her gteatars. If Tex a p i - into the exposition at all, slioninulil go into it with a ter minal ion to excel. ONK of the recent visitors to Brownsville sffKesied to The tfstt ALD that India robber tree oonld he rniaetl eaailv in t bis aeeiiou. and wonld be a paying ittvtstmeut Imliu rubber is an important com meraial commodity, and if it oonld be produced here in large qaauti ties, it wonld be extremely profit able. The United States imports all of Hie India tnbber uswl in this oountry, and as it is largely nsed iu various industries, there is, oousiderable demand for it Some of onr cttixcns shoo id ex periment with a few trees. Many Boer exiles from the Brit ish 6oloniesf wbo because of tbeir sympathy for the Boers tho Trans vaal and 0 ran pee River are object to several yea iutpriaaoinent if they retnni home, will seek new homos in foretjrajatid. It is tup tliHt triany f tVtti will ciinf to America, and IVsa may b elet d by tbewi a fttttir him . The stale will ifMir fherebv, a these titfii are of the farming class, and will promote ibe devel opment of the ajxnealtninl lands tvlierevw they locate. 8omh effort should le made to secure some colonies of tbera for tbe atxi . Toxiis Xotos. Judge lieafram ti so ferine from the effects of a strtre fall al Ins home iu Palestine. Memorial Mivic was hekl at Austin onTiiesiiax, Hie birthday anuivpraory i .U-iThtmim Davis. Kx-tiovertior ij....tncK, wbo was with Pa v.- win". In vvhk ("iptnied by tin It v . ,3 ;j t,if jgjriQln - . Involution ol Graded ( Cattle on King Kancli. R. J. Kleberg of the KiugHaoeh, has the Fame idea as to the relative 1 merits of the Shorthorn and Here , ford iurading up common cattle, ('m.t Tonic of Bee County tifl others. As Cant. Cook said: I "No breed' will do as much the first oross to shape up the quarters of tho calf, as will the Shorthorn," aud Capt. Cook has a fine Hereford herd built upon Shortnoru jiraaeh. Tbe folio wiuir extract from a talk with Col. Kleberg by Mr. Wing of the Breeders Gaxette, is interest in' alonir that line: Tbe Kifiir ranch peoplo's first love iu for the Shorhoro; later Ml ttl t.liHir roinLrodnction to tne Hereford; They are putting Hero ford blood into their herds today Tbe resnlt if surprising. I asked: 'Mad you known what you now know about the Me.rotoras wouiu yon not have taken them up earl- ierfM "No, he replied, "we u!r. Hi rendv. I do not care u breed a Hereford bull to a oow that is not fifteen-six teenths Shorthorn. That is the time, when von have them graded ap that well", to begin to pat in the Herelord blood " And ny tne way, I will quote him more concerning these wonderful Here- fords, lie has them here good enough this initiate, the 3rd of April, after a hard winter, and having had no feed, good eu ongh I say to be carried and led into show rinir of the International. Thsi iK Kimnlv cold truMi. "I be- liove, Mr. Wing, that the Hereford cow is not only more sure to go out and hunt feed than any other cows with which 1 am acquainted but that she will on this ranee keep fat easier that is on less feed than any other oow." It does seem indisputable. The Herefords are strong here, easily first, yet they have this season had the better feed. It is short even where they are, but it is better than where the Shorthorns are. There is a crop of wonderful pnre-bred Hereford calves coming; it is an inspiring sight to see them lying under the mesquites, stand ing in groups in care of one cow on cruard while their mothers are after water, glistening snow-white beauties, llowers of the range, no doubt of thut. Late Items. The Philippines government bill was passod by the senate by a vote of 4G to 80. A disclosure ol the methods of the beef trust was made before the federal grand jury in New Orleans by a witness who is in the employ of the trust as arbitrator. I he packers in New .Orleans refuse to produce their records iu oourt. Four murderers were executed by the garote in rouce, f. li., Tncsdy. All ooufesed their crimes. A volcano in Bolivia has destroy ed two villages and killed 75 per- sous. The big coal strike is causing soareity of anthracite iu the North. Customs ICxainlnations For First Second andTliird Grades. Tbe United State Civil Sen-ice Com- raimion aunocucos tbut ou July 14, 1D02, an examination will be bekl xt Browns ville., Texas, for positions in the customs nerrioe in Utat city. Information relative to tbe subjects and aoope of the exnniina ions may by found iu Form 117. "Instruction to Ap plitaute for the Customs Sorvice." ae limit, 80 yours or over. This examination is opon to nil clti- sena of the United States who comply wifcb tbe requirements. Competitors ctfMiadtratiou other thun the qualifioK- tiotM altown in their accordance witn tbe civil wn'ice law and rulos. Pereous who doetire to comiete sboula mt ooe apply to tho secretary of tbe board of examiners at the custom bouse mt Brownsville for a copy of ,4Iustruc- ttoHS to Appbcants" and appucauon f-in 101. The anpliaition should be properly oxacuted and filed with secre tury jirior to tho hour of closing busi- MMB Oil .IUXO 3.1. A. iV. DKUWM- Sec't Board Civ. Sorv. bxam rs. It will cost abont $700 to publish ho report of the legislative investi gating committee. Educate Your Bowcfs Year bowels can be trained as well as your muscles or your brain. Cas- carcts Candy Cathartic tram your bowels to do nght Cxcnume tablets stamped C C C. Never sold bulk. All druggists xoc THERE JS HOPE FOR EVEN SUCH AS HAVE GLIMPSES OF THE DARK VALLEY. Paine's Celery Compound The Medicine that Sives l ife - and Restores Lost Health. A merciful Providence still keeps the spark of life iu thousands of waited aud feeble bodies. 'I he fitful, Dickering spark will burn with decreased power as the hot days of summer approach. There is still hope for even those who are now catching glimpses of the dark valley. The use of Paiue's Celery Compound during the month of June will at once urrest the pro gress of wasting diseases. It will strengthen the weak and inflamed nerves, rid the body of morbid waste material, make the blood pure, and give healthy action to the 8 to much, liver, and kiduey. Nervousness, sleeplessness, rheu matism, neuralgia, liver aud kidney troubles quickly vanish when Dr. Phelps' marvelous presj criptiou is used. Mrs. Alice Terry Wood, 515 Highland Street, lis ten e, iMout., says: "I can say to all that I believe Paine's Celery Compound a great medicine. I should have been iu my grave if it hadn't been for the woudeVul curing virtues of the Compound, and I cau say to all who are tired and run down, to try it, and they will Jnd relief at nncc. My trouble was geueral weakness, lack of appetite, and heart trouble. I have taken four bottles of Paine's Celery Compound and feel like a new person. Now I have a good appetite, do nil of my work, and feel well." The intereM of Mrs. Snow, who claimed one-fifth of the Beaumont oil field, was sold for $50,000. retards the circulation, weaken the stomach, deranges digestion, pollutes the blood, destroys the nervous force and saps the vitality of the whole system. It causes pains in the side, pal pitation, shortness of breath, smothering, dropsical swellings, sinking spells, and frequently ends all suffering in sudden death. Why tempt death when a cure is within cosy reach: "My head would get so hot it sccmod to be burning up, while my fect were like Ice. My limbs would swell and get numb. I had to sit in a chair day and night for months and my heart toroDDcd and paineo me terribly. After wing three bottles of Dr. Miles Heart Cure I could do good days work." J. M. Maclay, s Shlppcnsburg, Pa, f Dr. Miles' Heart Cute never fails to relieve, and few cases are too severe for it to cure. Sold by druggists on guarantee. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind DON'T 2?APoTS Voo ctn be cured of xnj form cf tobacco usici tiuilj-, ie made well, ttronc Biipaetic, fall r4 new life Bd riror br litinr Um.Tm.mMM. I Out stilus wcifc -sen stros;. Many gair poaads in ten dj. oxer imm.mam fSSlSST &m8sS cat cyofo or nc Yart. Heart j, 1 Disease ,.... r. jjjwjjawti,.a Vegetable Preparationfor As -similaling thcFoodandRcguIa Uag ihcSloiDQchs and Bowels of Promotes Digcslion.Checrfur ncss andnest.Couldins neither Opium. Morphine nor Mineral. "Not "Nauc otjc . &fv a-MJ.UriMUELNrCllEIt ltrvfJan Setti sfnitrXn'ti l-tj0Tiiunl -IhC&iHjniitSaZtt WuUcryrrni ftaxviz Aperfecl Remedy forCouslipa lion , Sour Stotnach.Diarrhoca Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. EXACT copy or WRAPPER Brownsville CASTOR INCORPORATED 1901 - BROWNSVILLE, GALVESTON ? NEW ORLEANS Regular Service Rendered b" First Glass Vessels The new and fast sailing' schooner BRAZOS, WILL sail from New York direct for Brownsville on or about April 1st, 1902. Through rates to Brownsrille advantageous to shippers. For freight space and all other particulars apply to RIO GRANDE R. R. Co., Agent, Brownsville. FRANK L. KIRK, Agent, Galveston. S- P. WREFORD, Traffic Manager. nmimHiMnnmMimnnniminimiiMH V 1 3 . 2 l5 MAS MADE IT POSSIBLE EOH AMY WO HAM TO CURE HERSELF AT HOME of any disease or weakness, without any examination or the services of a physician. Here Is one example ; countless similar ones could be quoted: WONBERFULLY BENEFITED HER. have used your C. F. P. (Cerstle's Female Panacea) and am now sM- t.A.J K.t if 1,. rnit..filll l.olmRt.tl ma T n'fintu.l 1, tear tr I. nV. I V. - fore writinc. so aa to find ut exactly it is all you recnmniend. 1 also know are wulinic to sive it unlimited praise lortnojjooa it has dune them. I feel that I cannot say too much in regard to iu njents. CORNELIA ALFORD. Society Hill. 8. C. Druggists sell G. F. P. Bicycle Repairer AND DEALER IN BICYCLE S UN D It I K S Such as Bells, Fumps, "Mver ( Leak,11. Repair Juls, Etc. ybop at my Residence. Colonel Wrot'or l Mow Are Tour Xldaeya t or Uobb. Sfaiirn V Ui cura ah kidacr lUs. cR w i CASTORIA Tor Infants and Chiidrtn. The Kind You Have vuS Bought In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMt CKNTAUR COMPANY. NCW TO CtTT- Navigation Co. Iff 1 f. ft iwaa nog i j You run forymir lives whem you hear this cry, and still you know that all thoM in the world who yearly die from hydropho bia are of insignificant number compared with those who die from some formof female disease. Pasteur has mado the ma4 dog's bite comparatively harm less. n "P i ass what it would do. und am ronvlnced that W several others who have tried ltandthy & If jmrtus i f uilreoraretl br our tt konk "IILALTIIT SOTIURH MAXF. tUrrt KOKV' vrila In eafliine lo tho lam S3 llr.kl.ru CLUB. L. UrtJ k Co.. CUaitAnouca. Taun. Crystal Ice Cream Parlors (NEXT DOOlt TO TELEORAPH OFF1CX.) Will serve oroam to tho public on Thursdays and Sundays, from 4 to 9 p. m. We guar antee satisfaction and ask you to try it. Kowalski mid Browne Old Furniture; MADE NEW, JOSEPH KUGK , Cabinet Muker Aiwi General Repairer is nw Kodyff to repair and uphokW urmltur Levee and 11th streets.