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THE DAILY HERALD.
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20, 1905.
Pcwcr gallops: weia longer;
Dcvoc.
Screw baxrofls of fish were sent
out by express this morning.
Household furniture For sale
chenp. Enquire at this office. 15
The river is on a considerable
rise caused by heavy rains up
stream.
Owing to rush of business Mc
Donald's Department store has o
time to chfliiire ad.
. The condition of Bill Hov i re
ported by the attending physician
to be wry favorable today
We have imported and domestic
Dirfitmt's that outrival flowers.
M l -tf Botica del Aj"tii!a
Found - A cliain bracelet with
pendant . Owner can get annie by
describing it and imyiiiff for this
notice.
There are still several mud holes
in the streets that need filling. A
rain , emphasiius the necessity of
this work
Honev and Almond Cream takes
out the fire of aiuiburn nd keeps
the tfldn soft and healthy. Try it
nexj: time. IBolica del Aguila.
9-11-tf
From Conductor Rousset Tint
Hwrald learns a magnificent rain
fell at Point Isabel this lhorning,
boirinnintr about 1. o'clock and
j - - r
continuing until daybreak.
At no time during the present
year has the Rio Grande here been
at normal low water mark. The
river got "full" last November,
and has been more or leas in that
condition ever since.
Strong soaps should never be
usad on delicate skins. We have
toilet soaps so pure that they will
not injure a baby's skin.
9-11-tf
WANTEDi-
compositors.
54 hours.
Tpothetae.
Botica del Aguila.
-Union or non-union
Waces $20.00 for
Open shop. Dallas
Dallas Texas,
9-18-30
The case of Antonio Ksparza vs.
llsidoro G. Garza, suit for damages,
went to the jury this morning, but
up to 4 o'clock this afternoon, no
verdict had been rendered. The
oasc been on trial in the district
court since Saturday.
That we have a reputation as
prescription druggists is evidenced
by our rapidly increasing files.
9-11-tf Botica del Aguila.
County Judge Bartlett and Mayor
Combe state they will rigidly en
force the law against unlawfully
carrying concealed weapon, with
out regard to whom it may affect."
The new law makes the penalty
quite severe for its violation, and
pistol toters had better look a lit
tle out.
Latest reports from E A. Mc
Gary, assistant cashier of the Mer
chants' National bank, who was
operated on in San Antonio last
week for .appendicitis, state that
he is improving daily and is now en
tirely out of danger. This news is
hailed with great pleasure by the
many Brownsville friends of the
young man.
Henry Hdds, a well known young
stockman of Hebbrouville, who has
been here several days, went down
lb Point Isabel yesterday to receive
a bunch of mules recently purchas
ed from John CI carman. There
were forty-five head in the bunch,
and they were driven to Raymond
villc today, where they will be re
ceived and taken to Hebbrouville.
Tint Hrram is glad to learn
that Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Blalack,
who have been on fax extended tour
through Colorado, California,
Washington and other localities
for the benefit of the lady's health,
are on their way home, and that
Mrs. Blalack has been very much
improved by the trip. Their jour
ney also included a visit to the
Lewis & Clark exposition at Port
land, Oregon, which they found
both instructive and entertaining.
Mr. and Mrs. Blalack are expected
home in the next three or four
days.
For some time it has been known
that Fort Brown is below the aver
age in the matter of quartens both
for officer and enlisted men, and
recommendations have been made
for improvements at this post.
Btit it -takes more than mere re
commendations to secure the need
ed improvement. If our citizens
are interested in the matter, and
they should be, it would be
a wise plan to solicit the good
offices of our congressman, Hon.
John N. Garner, and request him
fto place the matter before congress.
Mr. Garner ha already signified
his wellingnee to do everything i
iu his power for the benefit of his I
constituents, and will no doubt
take pleasure in brintring the mat
ter to the attention of congress.
Other posts have been improved,
but it was not by sitting down and
waiting for congress to voluntarily
make the apropriation necessary.
If -we want these improvements at
Fort Brown, and Tux KjtitAJ.D has
been iuformecT they arc badly need
ed, the quicker the matter is taken
up, the quicker it will be settled.
This is the second most important
post in the state, and is should be
looked after. Let our more prom
inent citizens take the matter
in nana, ana tney majr icei as
sured of all the assistance pos
sible from army officers here,
and see if we can not secure the
necessary improvements for Fort
Brown. It is estimated that $100,-
000 would put this post in first
class condition, with modern quar
ters for officers and enlisted men,
and the greater part of this amount
would be expended in Brownsville.
Reports so far as obtainable
indicate that the rain this morn
ing was general' throughout this
section. About three tourtlis or
an inch fell at Olmito, and about
the same amount fell here. It is
reported that there was a three
inch rainfall at Kingsville, with
indications that it was general in
that section. On account of the
telegraph line up the river being
down, no reports can be obtained
rom that region. Moisture was
baily needed in the entire section,
and the precipitation last night is
very acceptable.
The funeral of Henry S. Pute-
guatat 5 o'clock yesterday atter
noon was attended by a large con
course of relatives, friends and ac
quaintances, to pay the last tribute
of respect to the dead, who in
ifc was , well known and liked in
Brownsville. May be rest m
peace.
If you don't think advertising
iu Tim Hisrald pays, look at the
large crowds that are attending the
gigantic sale at J. li. Moore s.
This is a good object lesson to the
merchants of Brownsville who do
not tell through Tim Herald what
they have for sale.
Bermuda onion seed, genuine
TcnerifTe grown, our own impor
tation. Write for prices. Reichardt
Schulte, Seedmen. Houston,
Texas. 9-19-10-9
No business was done iu either
county or district court today.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
pOYAl
fill
Huyler's
Candies
Knowledge of
School Supplies
Exquisite
Stationery
llf
POWDER
AbsoEciteSy Pure
msK&smsTimjE
Did you ever stop to tiiinle that it certainty pays to buy at headqtuirtaig 1
igswg WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR .
Tablets, inks, mucilage, slates, crayon, sponges, school bags, pencil
boxes, penholders, book straps, composition books, etc. We have an
immense line now, and it was bought right. Experience counts in this
as well as any other branch of business. There is Nothing New,
There is Nothing Old, But What We Have. We work to your in
terests, sometimes in better quality, sometimes in better prices, sometimes
on better assortments. Bring us your lists of- needs and see what we can
do for you. t
PERSONALS.
Prompt I
Messenger i
Service
George P. Browne, of Da.! Us. is
registered in the city todsy.
miss jv. hicks was a passenger
to Point Isabel yesterday afternoon.
Edmund Rimes, of Sauifordyce,
is a visitor to our city, coming in
yesterday
Jas. J. Garrison, of Los Angeles,
vjaniornm, s a late arrival in
Brownsville.
Jos. S. Montgomery, of Hearne,
lexas, was among tne arrivals in
the city yesterday afternoon.
R- M. Miller, Hie Matnmoros
merchant, spent last night at the
Point, returning this morning. -
Mrs. ftUC. Yates, of El Paso,
is in the city, and will spend some
time here with her sistei, Mrs. J.
P. Odom.
B. G. Stegman was an outgoing
passenger this morning on his way
to Driscoll on business. He expects
to return tomorrow.
Paul Bradley, the St. Louis shoe
drummer whe has been working
Brownsville the past few days, was
an outgoing passenger on this
morning's train-
J.J. From me went out as ex
press messenger yesterday on the
branch train, the regular messen
ger being in attendance at district
court as a witness before the grand
jury.
Henry Borden, esq., a prominent
young attorney of Houston, who
has been spending several days in
Brownsville, the guest of his
friend, S. L. Dworman, left for
home this morning. Mr. Borden
is very will pleased with this sec
tion, and expressed his intention
of again visiting us soon.
Real Estate Transfers.
Following deeds were filed for
record in the county clerk's office
today:
Raymond Town & Improve
ment company to Tomas Garza,
lot 23, block S in Raymondville.
Consideration, $10. j
Quit tlaim from W. H. Howard
and Sarah J. Howard to Louis
Howard, 640 acres on Arroyo Colo
rado; Consideration, $200.
For Rent My home place
comer Jefferson and 15 th. Apply
to Mrs. Katie E. Leahy. 6-7-tf
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Eagle Drug Store
A. O. BLUM, MANAGER
Phone
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Selecting- a Wife
...and a Stove or Range are quite alike.
The handsomest may not be the
best, but when you do find both
these qualities together...
It's an Awful Nice Combination.
"SSSSSi Charter Oak Stove and Range.
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H. M. FIELD
iDealer uu
Groceries, Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Agricultural Implements', Tin and Wooden
Ware, Wuppermau Non-Breakable White Enameled Ware, Sheet Tin and Iron,
Round and Flat Bar Iron, White Lead, Lubricating Oil, Turpentine, Paints, etc.
DRAGGING
down pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can
attack a woman, viz: falfeng of the womb. With this, generally,
comb Irregular, painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful, weaken
ing drains, dreadful bactocbe, headache, nervousness, dizziness, irri
tability, tired feeling, ina&lfty to walk, loss of appetite, color and
beauty. The cure Is
WINE
6F
Woman's Relief
that sssryleni, curathrs extract, or natural essence, of herbs, whiok
xerfesuoa wcrHwrful stosngthening influence on all female orgsn.
Cartful itWli pto, rswites the menses, stops drains and stim
ulates me ssmrtsB to & tns womb up Into place.
It Is a s2t a4 pstiBSDtat cure for ail fsmale complaints.
Wholesale
Groceries
Cheap for Cash
Frank Alcedo
Celaya Building.
Constantine Hotel
W. A. FITCH, Proprietor
Traveling men's trade solicited.
Free sample rooms are provided
Nothing too good for our guests
if to be found in the market."
Corpus Ch'5
Texas
Established, 1879.
Benj. Kowalski,
General Alerchandise
BROWNSVILLh
TEXAS
P. EL Vasby, I
4 DAIMTFO
If
a PAINTER
3 All Kinds and Classes of Work. Estl
4 males Given. Frontier Lumber Co.
mm US A LXTTE
In strictest consignee, teUfcg as sit
yeur trdtW;. We will send frtfe ad
vk (ta plrn sealed envelop. Ad
drci: UAtes' uvls&fy Dpt., The
artfenfljSt Mtdidr Co., Csatta
noefct, Tsen.
"I SUITERED AWFUL PADf
in xny wob and ovaris," urltes Mrs.
Nwnl Bake, of Webster Groves,Mo
"and my menses were very painful
And irregular. Since to!lng Ckrdul I
feel like a new woman, and do ost
suffer is I did."
Hotel Matamoros
Jesus Beaavides k Con Props.
Only first-class hotel in the
city. Table furnished at all
times with best to be had. :
SPECIAL RATES TO FAMILIES
STREET CAR PASSES THE DOOR
Two Btadu fnm MjIi Plata Maafa.fw.Mexle
PROMPTNESS cAND LIBERALITY
The Merchants'
NATIONAL BANK
OF BROWNSVILLE
Capital Stock, $100,000.00 J
OFFICERS
DIR.ECTO
E. H. GOODRICH, President JohaMcAHen, JoseCclaya. LT. Pxyot
JOHN McALLEN, Vice President i Mlzuzl Fernandcx.Jr.
J. G. FERNANDEZ, Cashier E. H. Goodrich, O. C. SauJer, !. O. ?-vandc
E. A: McGARY, Assistant-Cashier.
It Makes a Big Difference to You
Whether the goods you buy are of the right quality or
not. If theyare not and you have to have them, then
you have to pay first for poor goods and pay again
for good goods, which you should have had in the
first place. To pay twice for the same thing or the
same purpose is unprofitable. WILLMAN CAR
RIES A LINE oF DRUGS, MEDICINES, AND
TOILET ARTICLES OF THE FIRST QUALITY.
Come personally, phone or send us your mail orders
2iE 40. WILLMAN'S PHARMACY

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