Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 250, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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Entered at the Brownsville Texas
SBtoffice as second class mail matter.
THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL.
THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL.
Official Journal Hidalgo County.
the people of Southwest Texas. Each
communication must be accompanied
by the name of its author not for pub-
iication (unless so directed) but as a
guarantee of good faith and when by
request anonymous signatures appear
oci cu w ui&tiubt; iutj name 01 tne
writer should a necessity arise for
Subscribers who do not receive their
DaoerreeularlT are reauMitefi to nntifv
this office and the matter will receive
prompt attention and insure better ser-
FRIDAY JUNE 14 1901.
Oil is a boring subject but Texas
doesn't tire of it.
Wonder why one never hears
anything of the sweet boy grad
Man has given to woman both
the sewing machine and the cook
ing stove. Galveston News.
He has also given her the piano
and the automobile so that she
has a wide range of choice as to
what she will enjoy.
The man who steals from his
employer is a worse thief than one
who breaks in at night to still.
The first is not only guilty of the
erinie of stealing but he commits
the contemptible act of taking ad
vantage of his employer's con
fidence. He is a sneak as well as
a thief. His theft deserves the
penitentiary but his breach of
confidence deserves a kicking
And now Vienna i
scared of the American bogey.
The president of the Vienna Cham
ber of Commerce makes a speech
in which he declares that Central
Europe is "in danger of being
crushed by American competition"
? and another member recommends
a coalition in Europe against Ainer
ica Well it all this talk abroad
only results in lowering the tariff
: ibars so that American consumers
; fniay enjoy the privliege .of buying
I goods as cheaply as they are sold
in Europe they will bless the
bugaboo that gave trans-Atlantic
competitors a scare. -
j JMmTJipr OR HI larger opportunities sne nas cevciopca
I IjZ-awJl I mentally at the expense of her health. From
should give up to the "blues" until this reliable remedy has been tried. It has
proven a blessing to other women and will not disappoint you. It brings that
buoyancy of spirit elasticity of step and lightness of heart which is the corner
stone of beauty. A healthy woman is always beautiful.
Westrilie February 1399.
I feel that I anst say & few -trords in praise of the Ladies' greatest friend
"Wine of Cardui. It is the- most wonderful remedy that I ever tried. I have leen a
atifferer for rears at times being confined to my bed ttro or three days each month.
A friend recommended Wine of Cardui and sinae I have taken it I have been
?Tatlv relieved. I intend to continue to take it for I fcnow it is as recommended
f rill use every effort to get others to use it Mrs. MABY E. COOLEY.
ForadTice in cases reculring special directions address piviup symptom.
The Ladies' 'AdvUory Department-'
Nbw YORK has a preacher who $100000 in their faring to jrive a
upholds IDar.winisiH. and says that tgnarantee Fftr-the perfrtrmnnr-r of
the establishment of kinship be- their -onri:ir-ts and r. r.biuif : an
tween man and the lower animals official inspection. tb expenses id'
man has not been degraded hut. on which are to be met by them. The
the contrary elevated. This preach- 'contrrtets with tbe. breeder.- to
er is donbtless a follower ot the rnn from live to tit'teen yeai. ar-
man who declared onee that more cording to the amount of rr.oi.ey
he saw of men the better he liked i encourage farming along its line
dogs. And in truth it can be
said of the dumb brutes that thev
mi fory. or
embezzlement nor do they bear
false wtless against aiijope.
They mav steal snmtliiti" to eat if
not given enough but they don t
He about it afterwards. There is
i nobility' about the lower animals
. . . . .
j that too many men lack. Ihey may
lie ' -. . . .
e fierce and wild but they are
never low and contemptible
The government is of the opi
ion that army officers' education
is not complete when they graduate
from West Point and that they
should continue their schooling as
long as they are in the service.
The opinion is sensible one and
might be said to apply to everyone
else as well as to the army officers.
Education is a thing thas is never;
completed and th man who
imagines he knows it all when he
receives his sheepskin at some in
stitmion of learning is greatly
deluded. There is always more to
learn both from book and from
. UORSE BKBEDINW.
Chihuahua Mex June 9. The
.Mexican Government is preparing
to take decided steps to inprove the
breed of horses in this country.
j By a law which has'just been pass
j ed President Diaz is empowered u
enter into contracts with persons
farms. On its side the Govern-
ment offers freedom from taxes
for terms of five to fifteen years a
suspension of the import duties on
all stock and on all materials which
may be needed in the construction
of the buildings or for the main
tenance of the farm. It offers too.
to buy fiue stoek and distribute it
it among the farms this stock to
be paid for. - b the breeders in
horses which they may raise and
which shall be suited for ft nay
purposes. On their part the breed-
ers are required to invest at least
fleafth and Beauty
For generations women have been
taught that "beauty is only skin deep''
fcut like many proverbs that will not stand.
Beauty is blood deep. There can be no
beauty without health. Our grandmothers
lived closer to nature than we do and they
were so sheltered by their home life that
health and beauty were theirs naturally.
Skin foods freckle lotions and face bleaches
were unknown commcdities. But there has
been a great change in the life of women
since then. With broader education and
the quiet duties ot nomc she has gone forth
until now we find her in many avocations of
life which prove toa great a tax on her
vitality. How sad it is to sec the cheek
robbed of its color and the eye of its fire.
These symptoms nearly always show de-
rangcnvfKts in the delicate feminine organ-
ism. They don't call for bleaches or paints
or powders but for a remedy that will make
the afflicted organs strong and well. Wine
of Cardui is just such a remedy. Women
broken in health and spirit have been made
healthy and happy by this Wine. No one
The Chattanooga aieaieine company.
: the Chihuahua & Pa'.-'.lie Railr;:.
has derided to establish an expn-
.nent.1 ... .h- i
' Valley. For this purpose I lie ctu-
I pany lias piiivtied a urge tract
! of land and lias appointed ;
i n L . .
j cultural agent Frot. J Hattey j.
! who was for some years in ebarge
of the experimental station of thej
Kansas State Agricultural College. I
The company will furuisji seeds to '
farmers along its lint iid Pfesr j
sor Liiiney will make trips oyer ?
the road visiting the farmers aod .
giviag them free advice as to tlurtr
We offer One Hundred Dollars'
lie ward for any case of Catarrh '
that cannot be eired by -Hall's r
('atari h Cure..
F. .1 CHENEY & CO. Prop... ;
We the undersigned hav::;
known F. Cheney for the last 15:
years and believe hifti peri'ectly
hoimrabie la al! business transac-!
tious and finaneiaily able ta carry
ont any obi iga turn wiade by their :
Wet & Truax Wholesale Drug
gists Toledo O.
Wholesale Jrnggists Toledo O.
Hall's (.'atarrh ty'nre is taken in-:
ternallyaeting directly npon thei
blood and muens snt faces if the i
svstem. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold j
by all D'-uggtsts. Testimonials:
Hall's Familv Pills arc tin j.psl :
A'iTi-.r. p ni!". a -!;f-irh tnJ descnpti n maj
qulckiy a.-.crt.ii!i ::r oj iiiu-n free whether an
mvoiit.'ir. ! jti 'hihlv p.nentaf!j C"in n:ur :r.a-
;iii!trKSlyr..i:M.i: tial. H:indb.HI:in Patent
j".t f:.1. M i.-: ;t;oin for secuniiifpucnta.
P.it-nta taken thruuiih Jtunu it Co. rcceivr
'i rial notict. vrif hout charec. in the
i.i.t s ' .-ifi. s-ricr-HU'' j'lumai 'iVrma.f3 a
The following list of horse and!
caitle stok is offered for ite for
cash oa delivery :
(ows ;:v...: ..f.oo
Yearling: fcller . ; . . ...... 124
2 ytr heifers
2 - Mm:d r;:a
Stall iohj 2
.. . .373
. ... 10
.. . 13
. . . 47
Pilley..V; .. . .
mule t. . ...V
2 y ;ir tn.irt .
3 unbrike Uores 5U
Ti e above to-k i- ur.-i 15
mil from toviiii ; -..lui '-
dfrs should see tbe fU -k t vii?
niiiki r.r mii ofTt-r I ) livery to ie
mip in r!.t -a.-tur . AtrHiemcnts
can be made with -wnrr by nr
baser t !'--' -iii' to;-i ;:. -Mi'ie
pasture f"r s-vi;ii mi it.;.- :1 pqr
i-h iscr u fsir-s frie if cnst
F-ir f't!' partrii!:rs writp r t-all
FkXK ('HAM't'I' :.
Ai.vc ".Me Prepar lUanfor As
i 5iriil:;::r; &cFvodaiHlfieguIa-
' ' si?u5::.';.icl:. u.Tri Bowels of
.n.: v - iisiioivCheerfur- j
ss :rJ Ds .Contains neither j
QnhL.Obi jaiinp nor&erai.
Aperilxi Remedy forConsupi
Ron.Soitr SkQtach .Diarrhoea f
Worm .1 rr.v anions .Feverish
ness and loss OF SLEEP.
FaSLTi'.c iCnalurc of
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
QF BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
Surplus and Undivided
A VBHSEAL BANKIKG
Buys and sells Meiicnu money
and Domestic !HmiMgft.
f:; Foreign Drafts issoett on all
points in Eur pe.
THE PUCE TO 60
WHEM TOO HIT
; INTKRN ATION A r j
SUZABETn STREET. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
THb r I A KM
VICTOR EGLY JR.
J. S & M.
Dry Goods Boots an
BR -WN-VILLE Texaz ahj -.lATAMOE. Mmco.
WlrtCHvSTf;;- ARMS 'NBAMMCNiTM.
FfirOvor Fiftv Years
Mrs. WinMo'.s- s .not -.z -
iia- t. eii -t-n fur ;.wr i:ttv y-ar
bv million "f ?i. th'r- t'.-r tir :r j
r!iU!r:i Whi i t-.-'tli; kit. U'ti j
aii pa in :
tit:l lilt Jiill. l1t(l:
eures wind eolie. mth'i i
remedy f t rr h ft a
diaitiy. oUt by
! Hi Ml'
sverv part of tho r.-orld. Twntv-
tiv- eiits a Im-tlr'. I.' nr- at
.vsi; I .y "Mr. W st If'.v's S.-trhniH
hv! ;!..' ai:i take n- tber kiui
?or Infants and Chiidren.
t ZFc 5 MS 9i
THC CCffAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY.
- Pro - oiileiit
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Willi-tiu Kelly ( If Maris
Robert Da! U A. A iiheim.
S. L. Dworman M. Ahniso
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;v For Over
11" Thirty Tears
TREATMENT is the
JLN THE C 5 1 V .
Rio Grande Baifroad
On and after .Jnrif- 15th.. 1001.
rern!ar pjissen'e- iraiiiK will
! IT! follows :
!. ivm Br"w:ivillr at ." p.m.
Arnv- :nr I ;t' ! .6:13p m.
i iv tkt 7 a. lii.
ATi v' Brownsvil !f at H : 1 5 n . m .
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 250, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901, newspaper, June 14, 1901; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144099/m1/2/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .