The Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 250, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 2, 1897 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY - IEPaLD
THE OFFICIAL SITf mm.
Entered at the Poto2ic at Brorrasnlle Tera
as Second-Class UaH 31ttec
iTiTE iKRAi-D Is the nnlr pappr published
on the lower Rio Grande.
WEDNESDAY JUNE 189T.
It -is reported that the river ia ris-
ing at Carrizo and Koma.
The Alice mail passed El Sauz at
t$ :10 a. it: no passengers.
Leahy has a fresh supply of Dur-
ham ami Little Joker tobacco.
S?r. Price's Cream Baking Powd
World's Fair K-t Awsr4
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It is rumored that the condition
s of James DIshman took a change for
riQ wor-e yesterday.
Jus try a'iOe hex of Caseiret the
finest liver and bowel regulator ever
A large consignment of port sher-
ry Madeira and Tokay wines re-
- ' ceived on last steamer by Celestin
No news was to be gotten around
the court houj or city hall today
everything being serene ia judicial
An interesting ball game at Fort
. Urown Cavalry vs. Infantry was
sf- tilaved lsis nfiornnnn. Tro did -nnt
learn tip result.
Jagou ha1? just received from Eu-
rope an assortment of sardines in
tomatoes and oil Rovnus al a Mex-
icaua. Virgin olive oil.
For Rext: Dwelling house on
Levee street formally occupied by
W. fl. Mason and family. Rent reas
onable. Apply to F. Yturria.
The river after making a big ef-
fort to reach the top of its banks
. here began to fall today. All fears
of an overflow are not yet past how-
ever owing to the late floods at El
First Lieut. Henry J. Goldman
o"th. Cav. who was formerly station-
ed at Fort Brown has been promot-
ed to captain. His Brownsville
friends are pleaded to learn of his
The 13th. regiment band came
over from Matamoros Iajt night and
deliirhted the patrons of Mike
Leahy's saloon with some fine mus-
ic. They also played at one or two
The soldiers enjoyed their regular
recreation day today going through
the usual exercise of Vaulting run-
ning jumping etc. with as much
energy and zest as if the thermome-
ter had not indicated more than
The summer excursion trains of
the Rio Grande railroad will be put
on the loth of themoulh. so Gen.
Manager Jose Celaya informs us.
The hour of departure from Browns-
ville will be 5 p. m. leaving Point
Isabel at 7 a. m. every day. The
Sunday excursion trains will run
a& usual leaving here in the morn
Ing and returning in the afternoon.
- .No people suffer so much from
physical disabilities as those whoe
business requires little or ilo ma-
ealar exertion. The lack of exer-
cise causes the lrvef to become slug
gish and the result is constant Con-
stipation Indigestion Biliousness
and Sick Headache. To prevent
this take Simmons Liter Regulator;
it kepps the liver active and makes
one's condition as confortablo as
those who have much exercise.
An interesting time was had by
T"roop G- last night Capt. Wheeler
and Lieut. Parker havingv the men
out practising. The lieutenant and
a detachment of ton rode out into
the country about lialf after eight
oclock with the intention of mak
ing a mock raid on the town whilo-j
WhaaW itwI Me ftn wPro fn 1
ti . . . n . n
attempt to intercept and capture the
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raiding force. Lieut. Parker led
gallantly and made a bold dash into
the town despite Capt. Wheeler's
carefully laid plans to intercept
him- Th Infantrvmen were also
SJSlTERAIi NEW BOARDERS
At Hotel Forto Tiie Sheriff Re-
turns Xj&st N ight With
Among the -late visitors to the
eounty ja!I broaght in bv Sheriff!
Forto and his deputies last nigh '5
we find the names of Octaviano
Iiernandez (better known asEl Ca-
tan) from Santo Domingo crossing
ol the Arroyo five miles north of
Santa Maria Simon Vasqnez from
La Providencia ranch Cenobio Ri-
vas from El JJaranjp and Chon
Perez from the Guorra ranch.
Hernandez had been engaged in
shaving hoives' tails and manes and
other mischievous pursuits; Vas-
quez though young in years ha-
been following the occupation of
catching horned stock for slaughter
in the woods the ownership being a
matter of no concern to him and his
many associatiates. Iti vas and Perez
were caught in the act of butchering
a cow belonging to the Esparza
family only a short distance from
Perez is described as a Glaring and
dangerous character ever ready to
show tight as he attempted to do
yesterday morning when arrested
but he was soon overpowered and
made "Bure game" by the aid of
handcuffs. This individual is cred-
ited with many crimes on both aides
of the Rio Grande having already
been an inmate of our county jail
some three years ago for highway
robbery but he escaped punishment.
In order to givfrau opportunity to
the many youncr men of this city
who are derirous of taking a course
in shorthand I have decided to
open an evening class and will be
pleased to teach all those anxious to
learn the art. For further particu-
lars apply to me or The Daily 11 ek-
ILvnuY St. Clair Jr.
Brownsville May 2Sth.
There is more Catarrh in this soc-
tion of the country than all other
diseases put together and until the
last few years was supposed to be
incurable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local
di-ease and prescribed local reme-
dies and by constantly failing to
cure with local treatment pronounc-
ed it incurable. Science has proven
catarrh to bo a constitutional dis-
ease and therefore requires consti-
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure manufactured by F. J. Clienej
&Co Toledo Ohio is the only
constitutional cure on the market.
It is taken internally in doses from
10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts
directlv on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. They offer
one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and
F. J. Cheney & COoIedo O.
Sold by Druggists 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best
Office of the County Clark )
of irttmeron County Texas. )
Brownsville Te.. 31ay iS A. D. 1S97.
Notice is hereby ghen that the co:n-
sioners court of I ameron county "will
convene and et as a Board of hqualiza-
tion on the 14th day of June A. C. 1S97.
at the Court Ifoube in the city ofv3rouns.-J
Mile to receive for inspection correction
equalization and approval nil the assess-
ment lists and hooks Cf the fi&sei-sor of
taxes of said county fonjjhe ear 1S97.
Bv order of the commissioners court of
Cameron coun'y. uoseph Webb.
Clerk County Court Qameron County
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For Bikes T Tires $5 pair. Best
37's. Warranted - Hose Afackin-
toshe's Rubber. Factory prices.
Mineralized Rubber Co New York.
Office of the )
Kio Grande Bail road Co.
Brownsville Tesat -May 6th "97.
The Stockholders of this Company
are hereby notified that the Annual
General Meeting will bo held at the
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v.uiiiJ'" av.c uu-otw- v mu
8th day of Jul v. 1897 at 12 o'clock
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M-i for the election of Officers and
for the purposes provided in Article
15 of the By-Laws.
F. RrvAnuuLA Secretary.
Cascirets stimulate 'iv-rkidnevs and
j bowel:?. Never sicken weaken of
PURELY PERSONAL. ditHiS ' . . . - - b.
Lieut. Cole intends to spend his
vacation in the interior of rerico.
Joe Bloomberg the popular book-
keeper for the Bloomberg & Raphael
establishment will accompany hlmi
jThey-expect to start on the loth.
and will be awav about two-months.
Oak Hall PfaUadelpMa.
Go Scanlan sales agent for Wan
amaker & Brown Oak TIall Phila-
jdelphia has a full line of summer
.dm fan samples of clothing ready
made or made to order gents fur-
nishing goods etc. No trouble to
show samples or answer questions.
Sample room adjoining M organ
steamship oflice. Open all day.
Notice of Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Brownsville tnd Gulf
railroad company will be held at
the oflice of the company Browns-
ville Texas Tuesday 15th of June
1897 at 10 o'clock a. in. for the pur-
pose of electing directors and the
transaction of such otner business as
maj' be brought before the meeting.
The transfer books of the company
will be closed at 3 o'clock p. 111.
June 14. and remain closed until
three das after final adjournment
of the meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
board of directors will bo heldatthe
e-ame place on the ame date.
E. Cajjuet. Secretary .
Brownsville Texas May 14 1S97.
The Modern Beauty.
Thrives on good food and sunshine
with pionty of exercise in the open
air. rier form glows with health
and her face blooms with its beauty.
If her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy she
ues the gentle and pleasat Syrup of
Figs. Made by the-California Fig
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
sunerior to all others
Estate of William Neale Deceased.
Whereas letters of temporary ad-
ministration upon the estate of Wil-
liam Neale deceased were grant-
ed to the undersigned by the connly
court of Cameron county on the 8th
day o f A p ri I A . 1 ). 1 S97. All perso n s
holding claims against ?aid estate
are required to present the same to
me within the time prescribed by
William A. Xexle-j
Tern porary Ad mi 11 istrator.
Brownsville Texas April 9th. 1397
Curative power is contained in
Hood's Saaparilla than in any oth-
er similar preparation it co?tsthe
proprietor and manufacturer mora.
It costs the jobber more and it i
worth more to the consumer. Morel
skill is required in its preparation
and it combines moie remedial qual-
ities than any other medicine. Con-
sequently it has a record of moie
cures and its sales are more than
those of any other preparation.
Hood's Sarsapanlla is the be-t medi-
cine to buy because it is an honest
modii-ino and thousands of testimo-
nials prove that it does actually and
permanently cure disease
Or. Pi ic s Cream Baking- Powtfa
Avawdtd (Vi5( MAal Midtiruiter Fsir. Sar Fr-nciab
FO MOVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Wixslow's Sootiiixo Sykup has
been used for over fifty vears bv
millions Of mothers For tluir nhilil-
reil While teething AVlth perfectsUC-
ces. It soothes the child softens
the gums allays all pain cures wind
cwlic and is the bet remedy for
Diarrluea. It will relievo the poor
little sufferer immediate! w Sold by
Druggists in overv part of the world
Twenty-live cents a bottle. Be sure
.ind ask for '-Mrs. Winslow's Sooth-
ing Syrup" and take no other kind
A HOUSEHOLD NECBJSI Y.
Cascarets Candy Cathartic the most
wonderful medical discovery of the
age pleasant and r-freshing to the
tate actihg gently and positively on
kidneys liver and bowels cleansing
the entire system dispel colds cure
neadach'! fever habitu A constipation
and bilhous:) ess. Please buy and tiy a
Box or C. 0. C. todays 10 25 50 cents
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
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flkllVb Vfll b078 TniMt Pznplez CcpferJB
SHaftfC lUiJ Colored Spota Aches Old ScreaJB
Hjnss Injtoatb. Hair-1-allies rite COO2J0
IIXrXIIBZ CO. 397 Msutsclc TeplK
gi-'Xxfcao. xil isr -proois oz ceres. Capi-mM
SSmtsl. S506.000. "Woirt cozes cctgA Is XSSm.
aBr 3 fiay. Q-agpe Soic free. JS
Tvssnraui s rvswuywy m i mi iiii
KMUI2J ' ft J
jstp!ii -syy fll SSfcjJRa
With a hetter understanding- of the
transient nature of the many plrys-
ical ills which vanish before proper ef-
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rigoitly. directed. There is comfort ih
the knowledge that so many forms of
sickness are not due to anv actual dis-
ease hut siluply to a constipated condi'
tion of the system "which the pleasant
family laxative Syrup of Fis. prompt-
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
who Value good health. Its beneficial
effects aie due to the fact that itis the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating the
oilcans On which it acts. It is therefore
all important in order to get its bene-
ficial effects to note when you pur-
chase that you have the genuine arti-
cle which is manufactured by the Cali-
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable dioiggists.
If in the enjoyment of good health
dud the system is regular laxatives or
ether remedies are then net nee'ded. If
afflicted with any actual disease one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians but if in need of iflaxative
one should have the best and with the
well-informed everywhere Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
ssed and gives most general satisfaction.
Arizona Indian Building-
Airship From a Magazine
Phoenix Ariz. May 2S.
The airship craze has invaded
the Pima Indian Reservation.
After a big pow pow which
lasted many days the young
men of the tribe set to work
early last week under the di-
rection of two of the chief med
icine men to construct an ae-
rial navigation ship from a mo
del found in oneft the iiiustrat
ed weekly parlors. Work has
progresse.iHo the point where
the thino- has assumed definite
shape and design.
The ship is a canoe-shaped
affair and the propeller is a
huge revolving wheel very
much like that which appears
in the illustrations of most 01
Charles Barnett who arrived
yesterday from the reservation
says that the Indians will sure-
ly attempt to launch their con-
trivance from the higher per
pendicular bluff on the Pima
ELY'S CREAM BAI.M isapositlvecnre.
Apply into the DoatnJs. It is quickly absorbed. 60
cents at DrncsiBta or by mail; samples 10c. by mail.
ELY BKOTHEBS C6 Warren fit. New York Cityt
APPEAL OF WHITE
Tahlequah I. T. May 28.
Capt. William Jackson 'Hon.
Daniel Webster Vann and
William Penn McClellaQ to
day appeared before the-
Dawes and Cherokee commis
sions as representatives of the
white adopted citizens and ap
pealed for an equal division in
Cherokee lands. They admit
they paid nothing as did othef
adopted citizens the Deia
wares Shawn ees and negroes
but they claimed . that tliey
have helped to build up the
j country and ought to be allow
led a portion of the lands.
There are about 2500 cf this
class intermarried among the
SJtifc-irtSS t T f -l V7W3 -J .-
You Can Find More Good Bargains
Here Than AnTwhere Else; Gome acd See for Yourself
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iijaaes xjresg orouus
White and colbred lawns Organdies new styles of Italiari
lawns solid colored fabrics etc. etc. Also a complete line: ot
Cashmeres arid linen ordtids for men's summer suits.
HatSj Sh'oes Furnishing Goods Etc
Below is a partial list of other goods in stock:
A full iine of men's and boy's straw felf woolen and cork
hats silk and linen handkerchiefs shawls ribbons wook
en and damask table tov ers mattings and window
shades trunks gents' furnishing goods bleach-
ed and unbleached domestics silver ware
sewing machines and musical instruments.
TKsrSee those handsome
gle and double) which are just
is sspace tor saie.
- WANTS - ITf-
13t&. Streets f
f 1 BrowhsViile Tex; ft
Thai's (& id evtvj Way.
Nodiing but the best' Everything in this depart-
ment first-clrtss. No need to have a- care concerning the
clothing for your bay tf it comes froni Fernandez Sj
Bro. rhey have all sizes and they are made to stand
the abuse of frolicsome youngsters.
Al I.w Pric?8;
Stylish fabrics is the rule in this branch of our bus'i
ne.s1 No matter wuat the price the suits are -shapely?
Satisfaction guaranteed. Special bargains.
For Ladies .lifen aa 1 (Mirem
If you want good hosiery do liot fail io examine the
largt assortment at Fernandez & Bro-. They have hoaiv
ery of all colors sizes and prices-.
enameled ifon bedsteads (sin
the thing for this climate.
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