The Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 250, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 2, 1897 Page: 4 of 4
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A Living Object Lesson for Dr. Miles New
r EARt? BISEASE la curable. "For over
forty years" writes Daniel Myers of
TwoTavefnsj Pa. on Aug. 10 1SD5.
I suffered with heart dLs&ase. Firata slight
palpitation gradually growing "worse. Then
shortness of breath sleeplessness smother-
ing sensations and much pain in the region
of the heart alarmed me and I consulted a
physician. Heceiving no benefit I tried
others and a number
vacw ot remeuies snenaing
.-jj t 3 a large amount of
ItiROS gJ money but finally be-
Sfldrt QurgBI came so bad that it was
s. -3B unsaie xor me xo leave
g Dr. Mile' Heart !
Cure two years ago.
For eighteen months I have been well. Al-
though 72 years of age I can go -where I wish
and I sleep all night and wake up as cheer-
ful as a babe and completely rested."
Dr. Miles Remedies are sold by all dreg-
gists undern. positive guarantee first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
and Nerves sent free to all applicants.
DR. MILES MEDTr- at Tikhart Ind.
Papers Discovered Which
Shows His Devotion to
Chicago 111. May 28. Par-
sons & Tatt who handle farm
mortgages came into posses
sion yesterday of a collection
of papers that includes a deed
to Abraham Lincoln from his
father and mother and another
deed or a bond for a deed
from Abraham Lincoln to John
D. Johnson. The land trans-
ferred was the homestead of
Thomas Lincoln a tract of
forty acres in Coles County
The transactions took place
ih 184T. In that year Lincoln's
father Thomas then an old
man lived on the Coles Coun
y"farm and was in poor cir
eumstances. The son came to
his father's assistance and
bought the old farm. " He paid
down $200 in cash and gave
She parents the use of thej
place. Abraham Lincoln in
the: same year the property
was conveyed to him made a
contract to sell the farm to
John D. Johnson for $200 when
the life estate of both Thomas
and Sarah Lincoln should be
Tohnson'did notion retain!
juiiuruw wiu it
1S equity m the property
Thomas Lincoln died Shortly
--- V?W T ;-ln rlirl n nt
airer. Airs. Lincoln dia nor
want to leave the farm and
Johnson was not in a situation
to take care of her so he
transferred his bond to John J.
Hall a relative of the Lincolns
who moved with his wife to the
Lincoln homestead and took
care of the old lady imtil her
cieatn. rw smni. .w
1 lko4 rn '
eppmc never tO have Caiteu OH'
Abraham Lincoln to- execute
the deed and cancel the bond.
'MiP'-pmil'it have been SOllie
them for his right to the pos
session was never questioned.
He nad doubtless" fulfilled his
blitfion to the mother of
Old new?oaper5 f ir sale at
I) n that collar button!
Did -anybody see ray bai?
Now I lay me down lo sleep.
Say John aiu't you boys up
Oh mamma Willie's pinch-
Who the duce carried off that
Dhvmamma make Dick quit
calling me names.
Yes dear. $10 will 'do out
15 would be better.
Where's that half dollar I
gave you last week?
Don't forget to order a load
of wood sent up right away.
Uome on to your dinner be
fore eveiything gets cold.
Oood gracious how much
money do you want anyway?
Come now its time for you
young ones to be in bed.
Oi'm sorry mem but Oi'll
have to be afther lawin' yez
the day roem.
No I shan't have any young
men coming to see you until
yoiLare out of school. So there.
"But my dearsti 7ou sh'
know I had an engashraent at
th' office till sho late I cou'n't
possible cornel X.
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Untoric Trees In Sc York.
On Seat One Hnudred nzid Fifty-
niuth sfcrH?t aud St. Ificbolas avenue
Washington Heights stand a number of
remarkable trees. They were formerly
the grounds surrounding the old Jumel
raausion which is now known as Earle
Cliff. They are Egyptian cypress :ind
have a history lite everything pertain-1
ing to this remarkable mansion and its
grounds. They were sent as a present to
Kapoleon Bonaparte from the sultan of j
Egypt as a gift of honor but arrived in '
Havre France af tr the battle of Wa-
terloo. Stephen Jumel "wha was inj
France at the time and a personal
friend of Napoleon succeeded in gain-
ing an audience with the emperor the
night bofore he was banished to the is-
land of St. Helena. Napoleon piesented
these trees to Jumel who brought them
to America on the clipper ship Eliza
Which he had chartered with the hope
of ding Napoleon to escape to this
country. These trees when brought
j here had their native earth still cliug-
ing to tneir roots xney were piauteu
i dascribed above where they flounsh-
! eA ima Sr0 v to a larSe size spreading
ont their pecaliar tetXUches wide over
their adopted soil a mute lemmder of
the decay of empires as well as people.-
New York Times.
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J TRADE MARK8
AnTonescifiliW a rijoich and description may
qaci ascfrtam freeTnctheranu.vciron!3
fatpnts Uit-a tbiousb ilunn & Co receive
taaifuny iUostnte lirzsl circjIaUon of
J8 tx contra pccimca copies wki a.
J hooa os PAT jsts sent free Adin.fc3
351 Un.advjs.j ew YotV.
QUb'10 ' 710 USE
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Factory and Show-rooms 103105 107 ibgXorth Flores S
SAN ANT-GNIO TEXAS
nHTrrifn . . -.
'.AH ttlU isoua iippea;
ancTall kinds of
3?" Write ns for Prices.
fenlion this Paper.
Dry Goods Boots
h RO WNSYILLE TKXA
Ills P rf
t Pi 13 fi la
fcTB W s 2Y
WHOLESALE DEALER IK
Dry GfoodR Staple Goods Boots Shoes and (-frocerieS.
511 Kinds flats taps Shirts and Drawers (lotions and Family Groceni
All European goods kept in our Ahitamoros House.
33iFMiil Orders Piumj tly AfctenduiJ To.
3 a t u
JL J.X o LJl jl db jlJL j Ij
UMSEB BLINDS AKD DOOE
Lime CemeCst and Brick. Carnage. Wagon and Build-
ing Materials HarerVare Paints Oils Turpentine and Va
nishes for Carriages and Buildings.
Agent for John Finnegan & Co. Will pay the highes
cash price for hides skins and all country produce.
Corner Monroe & 11th. Sts.
rf?W JCTOT r !T
sri.' i m
IM POSTER OF
-DEALER IN THE
LiJAllSiGO ill ml
Sporting Goods Shot Guns Pihtnls Rifles and Ammunition.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF THE FINEST lAIPORTi-D AND DOilF&riC
Wines Ccjruae Gin Ale Ciais Pure Olive Oil Mineral Warei
and delicacies of evtry description alwrs n hand.
" Prompt atrention given ro all Orders by Mail or otherwise.
FAMILY TKxDiC SOLICITED
n tit iMniiiU
m kit u t?
L 5 8 i S -S t r "t B 9 S
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MJCSSS0It TO E. SCHODTS.1
f TT Ttf TJ J? T
Rlinds Door?. Sash. Paint3.llW UiIfs5US lxW a llUlG
Oils and YJU11-
ALL ElhD (F
The verv higlsef Cali prices paud
foi tfid. Wool. Cotton
Bones Hair Etc.
m "j i
isesrsn i i
Tj - sac
& J! ATA AfaiJiOS MEXICO
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yy JfiJL lJSJci
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BEST BRANDS OF
RPvOWfv'SVII LE 'IFi'A
. - - . .... - .. P - K2U A
" -k r & c 'a :
m; ry & k
;iX. 3 Fs-
j 0ffiee TJoi;rs proni 9 to 31 a. in
'from 8 to 6 p.m.
jH. G. KraUSSe
Is now Prepared to do all kinds of
Watch in Clock wort
Repairing . Je we1 rv and S'Ivpjw iroof ah
Kinds a iSpcciality .
- KLiBBTli -
And sFancy Goods of all Descrip
tion snitable fnr
Wedding and Birthday Presents!
Music Book3 Stationery toys. Pens
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods of every description
Just received by
UDQ GiTfl nMLQ.QP
m ii Ot ULUi 'l if M U U U L
Bro jvnsville Texas.
jaFAsent for Otfs Tombstones.
MORGAN S. S
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
Steamers make trips between
Morgan City or New Or'eans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
everv 10 days
For further information call on or
M. B. KINGSBURY. Agf.nt.
A Wonderful New-
for "Men Only. Oaa
cop maj be had free
ERIE MEDICAL C&
(Successor to Chriatian Bes.
Highest Pricf- Pail For Country
"oint : hahei . ern
Parker Row one of the best pro
pe-ties in Brownsville centrally
located on the corner of Washington
and 12th streets for $5000 U. S
Also 600 acres of land at $10
U. S. enrrecv. John W. IIott
The modern stand-
ard Family Medi-
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
Board gig and Lodging Hau&c
PAifbDAL A. BRISEKO Prop
(Lute of Millerp's Iiott-1.)
Meals at all hours (fyfrec and
Chocolate Fish r-erved at all henr
I of day and night.
remote nota W-shinctoa. .
S Seed mofi-s o-aias orno'o vnn acsm-5
fee. Ourfcctot1 iS5lS- "
seat free. Attdrcss
c. a 8n ow &. ooi
' K 8v How to Attain It."
sri S? VfS " Ir3 3 S 2
S Caveats and Tnjde-2.Iarks oV-ured and uil Pat-J
Jntbnsncsscoaacctealor mooesate Fees. l of
GUI OFFICE IS OPPOSITE U.S.rftitn. 'r"-1- oft
a-ia wctJiisc- -& kfc-h. .w -v .
DSAL.EB IN REAL ESTATE
Complete Abstracts ot Gmeron
County Ke.pt J21 The Office.
K. M AT?TS.
LAWYER AND LAND AGENT
M0NE7 TO LOAN ON'
Office In D&lzell Building on
Levee Street. - o
TNO. I. KLEIBER
1 Will practice in any of the
2ourte ot tho State when specially
T A2a ES B. WiliiLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
CSce Second Floor Elo Grande Bailroad Building
Brownsville : : : : : : : Texas.
T B. KENTFKO.
ATTO RNE Y-AT -LA W
Will practice in all Federal and
JOHN P. KELSET
ATTORNEY T LAW.
Wiii practice in the Federal and
State Uonrle. & Jr
Rin Grande Oity - Texas.
TAS. EI. ED"WAKDS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Land Titles Investigated and
Hidalgo: : : : : : : : : : :Texa&
SOT AND COLD
L3 A. a3USST'S
"Also a fail lire of tdbacco9
cigars pipes and smokers material.
ELIZA BUTII STREET
Flour Grain Coffee Suger
Rice Alcohol for Ex-
port Drugs Etc.
Office nest door W. U. Tele-
Levee Street Brownsville Texas
Cable supplied -vith trcsh Rsh. oyster
game and vegetables.
0 mfortable and v ell furnished roomd
in connection with restaurant.
Mrs. B. Abadie Propnetrtss
For Fine Whiskey Who s Cognac
Domestic and Imported Cjgrp
Cigarettes and TocCo ot
Ml G. PABEOES
Are introducing new and select slvletf
work at their parlors. Also new stjleS
anc card mounts.
KTCopvin ana enlargements m craorr
done. Inspection ot work invited
Pht0 artrS nSXt t0 U S 'o".'
I Trxsiiraroxos- stkbfs
Or. Pricefs Creani Snkfag PW5t
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 250, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 2, 1897, newspaper, June 2, 1897; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115964/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .