Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 143, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 11, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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Jssse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop.
THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL.
THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL.
Official Journal Hidalgo County.
Subscribers who do not receive their
" aper regularly are requested to notify
his office and the matter will receive
prompt attention and Insure better ser-
Office: Hebald Botldetg South Side
East Elizabeth Street.
SATURDAY JANUARY 11 1902.
For New Subscribers.
free Subscription to The Snnny South
For One Hew Subscriber to The
By special arrangement The -Her
ald is enabled to offer a free subscrip
tion for one year to the Sunny South
the South's great literary weekly paper
for any new subscriber to The Herald
who will pay three month's in advance
at the regular rate for The Herald; or
any who are now subscribers who may
secure one new subs6riber paying three
months in advance may have a free
subscription to the Sunny South. This
offer can only be kept open for a few
The Sunny South which is published
at Atlanta Ga. is one of the best
known weekly papers published in the
South and has as its regular contribut-
ors such writers as Joel Chandler Har-
ciss Arthur W. Marchmont Harry
Srillwell Edwards and others of equal
A few free subscriptions are now
available for new subscribers to The
Herald who will conform with the
" " -f
They have both Rice and Cain
out at the Rateliffe plantation now.
The Pierce Simpson will proba-
bly sail from Point Isabeltomorrow
The place known as "Raucuo
Viejo" abont six miles out on the
iVlice road has been sold by E. H.
Goodrich to Lou C. Hill for
$2000 U. S. Cy.
The Alamo City Commercial
College Winter Terra will open
January 2-7. Send at once for
Catalogue and fall information.
Address Shafer & Downey pro-
prietors Box 1229 San Antonio
Died in this city last night at
ten o'clock Felix Riehe aged 33
years and eleven months. De-
mised was a weir known hack
driver 'and was born in Browus-
ville. He leavesa . wife and two
daughters to inournhis loss.
Geo-. Scanlan returned to the
W. N. Park Esq. was a p
senger to the Point this morning.
Louis Brnlay retnrned this af-
leriopn jfcom a visit to Hidalgo.
Carlos Fox arrived in Matamor-
is ihis afternoon from Monterey.
('apt. Cooper Walker did not re-
turn to the Point until this morn-
iuir. Mrs. Jnana Gomez was an ar-
rival iu Matamoros on today's
Refiiigio QruzVwas V passenger
arriving on the Alice stage lust
Joe Ji. Alamia and wife came
dmvn-from Hidalgo yesterday on
tlit sad mission of attending the
funeral of Mr. Alamia's;sister the
late t Mrs. Gregoria Solis. They
wilt rj'turu home tomorrow.
Hon. P. Merrill Griffith U. S.
consul ai Matamoros and wife ar-
rived by the Mexican National
train in that icily this afternoon
after an absence of over two
months during which they visited
Was hington and other cities in the
- The Hopr
A most enjoyable affuir was the
hop giveif'Uy tlieyoung men at the
opera houe-lajt evening. The pop
ular Aiizalduu.tmud luruis-hed
music. All who participated had
a mOit delightful time.
I hose present were Mesdames
Sprague; I$.'yE. Kendall Iiubcden
and Haley; Misses Hetty Dougher-
ty Poster Sarah Kenedy Helen
Kenedy Anna Kenedy More Lay-
ton Tilghman Farrar Bollack
May bcanlan Octavia Scnulan
Dear and Keller j Messrs. Dough-
erty Crockett Beck N. E. Ken
dall Edgar Woodhouse Willman
Geo. Wallace Harry Wallace
Floyd Laytou Leonard Lay ton
Harry Beldeu Wilbur Dennett
Ashheim Geo. Scanlan Phil.
Scanlau Joe Sherwood E. Macb-
eu A. Y." Baker and W. H.
The annual installation of Aca-
cia Camp W. 0: W. took place
Thursday night as announced.
The Dewly installed officers are as
Consul Commander A. Ashheim )
Advise Lieutenant F. Champion;
Banker A. Turk; Clerk J. O.
Wheeler; Escort N. E. Kendall;
Watchman C. L. Cloetta; Physi-
cian Dr. C. C. Ford; Sentinel D.
Beuavides;. Manager F. E. Starck.
A Model Truck Farm.
A new departure iu the annals
of stock ranching in this section is
to be made at Santa Gertrudes the
famous ranch of Mrs. 11. M. King
where a model irrigated truck
farm is to be established. The
Alice Echo reports that Mr. Ray
of that city will superintend the
A Heroic Girl.
A brave little girl in Chicago
saved 300 school children from
destruction by her courage. The
school house was on fire and little
Ethel Parker only 13 years of age
sat at the piano and played a two-
step for the 300 children to keep
time by while marching out of the
burning building. When all of
the children were our of the burn
ing ounumg sue tried to es
cape and was almost suffocated
by the dense smoke before she
succeeded. She was a heroine and
we can see what music can do.
Had it not been tor this girl and
music probably many liyes would j
have been lost. Moltou Eagle.
Tlie Royal Month and tlio Royal
Sudden changes of weather are es-
pecially trying and probably to none
more so than to the scrofulous and con
sumptive. The progress of scrofula dur-
ing a normal October is commonly great.
We never think of scrofula its bunches
cutaneous eruptions and wasting of the
bodily substance without thinking of
the greatsgood many sufferers from it
have derived from Hood's Sarsaparilla
whose radical and permanent cures of
this one disease are enough to make it
the most famous medicine in the world.
There is probable not a- city or town
where Hood'a Sarsaparilla has not prov-
ed its merit in more homes than one in
arresting and completely eradicating
scrofula which is almost i serious and
as much to be feared as its near relative
. Jot Gunter Improving.
Austin Tex. Jan. 7. The re-
port that Col. Jot Gunter the well
known Democratic politician aud
Stoekmau is seriously ill in Cali-
fornia 'where he went several
weeks ago for his health; proves to
b& rin founded? Major" J. H.
Amsbrong of this city has reeeiv-
w letter from Colonel Gunter
written only a few days ago in
which hu says that his health is
improving aud that he has gained
seven pounds siuce taking up Iws
residenae at Santa Barbara. This
is gratifying news to Colonel
Gunter's friends in Texas.
Problem In Tree Preservation
St. Lous Mo. Jan. 7. -Pjohab
ly the largest contract ever let in
tlfk country for the transplanta
tion of big trees is that just enter
ed into for the world's fair in this
city. The site of the world's fair
is .Forest park in which there are
many large trees. Actuated by a
desire to preserve as many as pos-
sible of the trees and to have their
shade iu the broad avenues of the
exposition the director of works
will have 700 trees each 12 to IS
inches in diameter lifted and
replanted where they will remain
permanently. Special machiues
will be used and the transplanting
will be done while the trees are
dormant and the ground is deeply
frozen so as to carry as much
earth with the roots as possible.
Very great cary is required for a
successful operation and the trees
will be given the best of care and
attention iu order to assure their
thrifty growth. The trees .are
principally maples and elms.
The Texas W.orld's fair com-
mission met at Dallas and 'decided
that Texas should Improperly rep-
resented at St. Louis.
The British government is said
to have paid $1000000 to date
for Texas iuuIps arid horses foiFWe
war in South Africa.
Eggs' were selling at 45 cents a
dozen in Galveston this week. .
- List of Letters.
The uncalled for letters remaining in
the post office of Brownsville for the
week ending January 11 1901 are as
iViia Sra Cipriaua M dtt
Ysaguirre Sra. Martina.
Ward Leonard Elee; Co.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say advertised.
J. B. Sharpe Postmaster.
Tor Over Fifty Years .
Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children while
teething with perfect success. It
soothes the child softens the gums al-
lays all pain; cures wind colic and is
the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Itwill
relieve the poor little sufferer imiue
diately. Sold by Druggists in every
part of the world. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Be sure and ask for "JVlrs.
"Winslow's Soothiing Syrup" and takes
Philadelphia. The old Liberty
bell accompanied by Mayor Ash.-
bridge and an official escort of
city councilmen and city depart-
ment heads started onjts journey
to the Charleston exposition at S
o'clock Monday morning.
Get WhaTYouk For!
When you ask for Cascarets Candy'
Cathartic be sure you get them.
Genuine tablets stamped C. C. O.
Never sold in bulk. A substitutor is
always a cheat and a fraud. Beware!
All druggists ioc.
SPIKING HIS GUNS.
"You" sneered the angry man
"are very small potatoes indeed."
"At the present price oflpotatoes
I m compelled" saidfhe other
fellow "to consider your remark a
compliment." Baltimore Amer-
ican. Louis Kowalski
Merchandise and Custom
General Keceivingr and For- .
' warding Agent.
Ely's Cream BrfYfT
In all its stages.
cleanses soothes and heals
the diseased membrane.
It cures catarrh and drives
away a cold in the head
Cream Balm is placed Into the nostrils spreads
over the membrane and is absorbed. Helief is im
mediate and a cure follows. It is not drying does
not produce sneezing. Large Size 50 cents at Drug-
cists or by mail ; Trial Size 10 cents.
Indian School Boys.
The work of educating youug In-
diaus in the west is at. times dif-
ficult but it is seldom dull. If
the teachers must confess to a feel- j
ing of doubt as to. iheir success
with boys bearing such names as
Daniel Red Eves and Andrew
Yellow Thunder the' can at least
console themselves with the fact
that the correction of "composi-
tion" is more diveitinir than in
some eastern schools. The superin-
tendent of the Lemhi reservation
in Idaho is Mr. Maekey. He has
preserved proofs of his pupils' I
work in English in the form of
various e.says written by the In-
dian boys anil in seven.l notes of
excuse tie re Daniel Red ICyes'
idea of the school iu which' he is a
"We learn 1jmv work in garden
and" cut wood make fence and
many hard work. The girls in
house sew and wash dress and cook-
ing dinner I don't like go to
school because my father he tell
me' 1 don't want to go to school.
Thai all I have to say or want to
sny about a tchcol."
Daniel had a reasonably good
opinion of himself as this excuse
sent t.o his teacher indicates:
"I wish you excuse me this after-
uoon. M3 horse all nin away yes-
terday evening and 1 didn't find.
I hunting my horse this afternoou.
Well I guess that all I toll you
about. Your good boy Dauiei
Rather more promising is the
attitude of yonug Mr. Yellow
Thunder who expresses coutrition
for a fault :
"Dear Teacher: lam sorrv.that mt the drnjr stock etc. pertain-
1 ran away from school yesterday tn the Botica deI Lv0f
but I was a crazy bo v. I will come enfter it will be conducted un-
to school Monday "aud not ran . (ler t!H' firm mme llld ownership
away any more. Andrew Yellow of J- L- -P"at & Bro.
Thuuder.." j (Signed) J- k. Pdtegnat
i 1 t-
Sn in snitP nf Irimiirs sinrl nin-l
aways and the various vexations of
school teaching in a wild country
the "good work goes on and the
reward is happily not confined to a
mere sense of duty performed.
For Infants and Children.
ffie Kind You Have Always Bought
Whatever your troubles you can be cured as this woman wsj t
THE WIFE OF REV. HU. PITMAN.
My ivife -was in nlow statnnf linalth. caused by a complication of womb
trouble and other derangements.
G.F. P. (Gerstle's Female
. wane during tne three months she was usinff ic Ue eamea strengtli ananr-
.teen pounds iu weight. In my opinion your medicines are the finest made:
lisv. K. PITMAN. Pebrt Springs. Miss.
Urusrgists sell vj. r
; Beware ot Ointments for Catarrh
i ' that Contain Mercury;
' as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derangethe
whole system when entering it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescrip-
tions from reputable physicians as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O. con-
tains no mercury and is taken internal-
ly acting directly upon the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. In buy-
ing Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get-
the genuine. It is ta.en internally and
madein Toledo Ohio by F.J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free.
Prove its value by investing 10 cents in
trial size of Ely's Cream Balm. Druggists
supply it and we mail it. Full size 60 cents.
ELY BKOS. 56 Warren St. New York.
Clifton Arizona Jan. 20 1899.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: Please send me a 50
cent bottle of Cream Balm. I find your
remedy the quickest and most permanent
cure for catarrh and cold in the head
DeiiM. Potter Gen.Mgr.Ariz.G0IdM.C0.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I have been afflicted
with catarrh for twenty years. It made me
so weak I. thought I had. consumption. I
got one bottle of Ely'3 Cream Balm and in
three days the discharge stopped. It is the
best medicine I have used for catarrh.
Proberta Cal. Fiun'K E. KctDLESprax.
T--KE ONLY the best when a t-.
3 need a medicine. Hood's Sarsap.- -.iJ:i
is the best blood purifier nerv.
ant' 'rfcniHok tonic Get HOOD'f
Notice to Bondholders.
Notice is hfrehy iven to Bond-
holders of "ten-thirty public ini
provtMuent.- b'uds" numbered 13
to 17 inclusive of the city "of
Brownsville being a part of thirty
bonds issued by said city of
Brownsville under the authority
of an ordinance passed Nov. 26
1889 that I am now ready to take
up and pay above bonds Nos. 13
to 17 inclusive interest on satd
bonds ceasing Jan. 1 1902.
Geo. M. Pdtegnat
Brownsville Tex. Dec. 4 1901.
Haw Are Tiur IIdneya t
t. HoWisSara;us Pills cure all kidney ill dam
. aW. FturHuc ltaraedr Co.. Chicago or N-
Notice of New Firm.
Notice is hereby uiven that we
nave bought from iMrs. Rosa Put
0. M. .rUTEGlsAT.
Brownsville Dec. 31 1901.
TO COltlS A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it f ails
to cure. E. W. Grovets signature is on
each box 25c.
a TOBACCO SPritfi
Vou can be cured of anv form cf tobacco usin:
easily oe made well strong' majrnetic full oi
new life and rigor by taking NQ-TG'BAB
that makes weak men strong-. Many gair
tan pounds in ten days. Over SOO.OOS
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed Book
and advice FREE. Adareis SPRUNG
' HUZDY CO.. Chicago o- New Yori. 0
is horrible bufc has it so many terrors aa
that lingering death which results from
those diseases of the womb and ovaries.
afflict more than one-half the womei
country? No hour of the daj
mgnc seems iree irom pam andagBery;
there is no rest : there is ncdrnfort: there
is no happiness !
BUT THERE IS RELIEF
speedy and permanent and a cur whici
ia complete in
3 a Female F&sia&fla.'
After takins four or five bottles of your
Panaceaher health is completely restored.
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