Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 283, Ed. 1, Friday, May 31, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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rTave an opportmnF to secure a
steamer for service between this
city and new Orleans as -will be
seen by tue communication trom
therNeY "Orleans Board .of trade
ys7nicli is copied elsewhere in this
'evening's Herald. The proposi-
tion sounds entirely feasible and
very favorable to our merchants
Steps should be taken at once to
respond to this offer from New Or
leans. It is to behoped the lead-
ing business men of both Browus-
ville andMatamoros will promptly;
avail themselves of this opportuui
ty to secure regular steam traus
portatiou for this port.
upon the spots where the1
was. A dual despairing
sometimes achieves his "destruction
but often he disappears. Then I
promptly go to bed put down the
wogqjajjfr-bar tuck it in carefully
have ajx of matches handy wrap
myself up and wait for daylight.
I am told that at same ranch
above Romans .number Of sheep
were lost in a curious way. Last
week at this ranch there was a very
heavy fall of hail. A flock of sheq)
were caught in tho storm and many
were stunned.' The pastor thought
they were dead and confined his
attentiou to those on their feet.
Immediately after the hail came a
tremendous fall of raru and the
RtDorts received show that WIrvc of Cardul
his brought permanent relief to 1000000 suf.
ferlns women in. the Iajt few years. Because of
Wine of Csrdul thousands of sufferers seemingly yi
the way to premature graves are now healthy
women Ang an active Inierest In the duties of
life. MrYttitchcU was declining in health when
Wine of Cardul "performed a miraculous cure" In
her case. She suffered terribly with the: agonies of
falling of the womb leucorrhoca and profuse men-
struation. The weekly appearance of the menses
for two months sapped her vitality until she was
little better than a physical wreck. " Her nervous
system gave way under the terriblesain and aggra
vat ion. Then came the trial of Wine of Cardui and
the cure. Mrs. Mitchell's experience ought to com-
mend Wine of Cardui "to suffering women in words
of burning eloquence. The Wine Is within the seach
of all. Woman vho try it are relieved. You can get
as muth benefit as'Mrs. Mitchell received. Ask your
druggtst for Wine of Cardui. Send to the labora-
tory for the medicine If he tenders you a substitute.
Sonth Gaston N. C May 29 1899.
Wine of Cardul and Thedford's Black-Draught
tare performed a miraculous cure in. my case. I
frave been a great sufferer from falling of the womb .
and leucorrhcea and my menses cams every Treat
for two months and became very painful. I was in
a bad condition. My husband induced m to try-
Wine of Cardul and Black-Draught andnotrlhavo
no pain. The leucorrhoca has disappeared and now
I am in perfect health. Mrs. WILLIE MITCHELL.
For advice In case requiring special directions address.
KtTlap eymptomi. "The lAdleV Advisory Department"
Tna cnutanooga aieaiano company iauanooga icas.
naa a snot gnu auwu
get his man on the fly a
him to the ground. He turned out
tobe oue Jnau Garcia y Ggrza
nicknamed "El Pajaro." 'He is
thought to be of Las Garcias Ar
riba and a resident of La Gouja-
lenar His companions fled early
and he has not peached as yet.
Dona Nicolasa Juarez y Lougo-
ria a member of the original fam-
ily that settled this portion died
recently. She was 62 years old.
I notice that the goveruoi in
a speech to the St. Louis visitors
defends our laws. On the other
haid I s'ee it stated that the gov-
ernoraud legislature invited the
New York visitors to. come down
and criticise our laws etc. I am
somewhat puzzled but believe I've
been unfair to Mr. Savers in mj
lu.-t. teller and so ret.niui. what I
said about hin.
There is nothini; like (meta
phoricaQ cold wafer -fur quei.chiug
eiithu.slasiti. Ahi . instead of
guiding my pr-n-io execute the wild
justice of the. border upon some
owe of the -iniquities flourishing in
Texas you suggest that it is too
hot! Thus Mi Editor do you pre
vent a second Dudley Woolen from
scoring the the hides of the ah
the well the oh pshaw 1 Let my
readers supply 1he blank. J
Horrible thought! J the editor-
in league with the (Capitalists!
The Pan-American exposition px-
hihit of atratized prt rifled woods
from tliH -!tonefMPst of Arizona
will be the most extensive display
of the kind ever attempted. Sec-
tions of large trees sonndand per-
THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN YOU WANT
1 ELIZABETH STREET BROWKSVIIiLE TEXAS.
Wines Brandies Liquors Cigj
THE KIM EST IJN THE CITI.
VICTOR EGLY. JR. - - - M
J. S. & M. H. CROSS?
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mi innnQ HnnTQcmn k'nnocs
JUiy UUUUU JJUULU UlIUL UlllJUj
BEOWNSVILLE Texas and MATAM0E0S Mexico.
WlN-CHFSTER AJRMS AND AMMUNITH
fecftjrom bark to heart will be
shnwri5fct.hr hardness of which is
only ?re.e.dpgree from that ffftjaj
dlalngoVl Steel can. not .-wTitch if
nor ujk stain it. f
www " oro r.IllTU u
Hood's Sarsanai. .i.iMilcn
ricy2s and parities tig hlo'od lt iio
be. medicine for ncl .... ormDtu:
rvuua r 1 w
t ir sale at 'ffiffi
On and after Sept.. Iptli. 191
nlar passenger train5"
Ltoives BwvusTillo (Daily at 9J
Arrivo Pnint Isabel lf at 1
L.eave . . at
AmvyeBrownsville at 4
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 283, Ed. 1, Friday, May 31, 1901, newspaper, May 31, 1901; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144087/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .