Brownsville Daily Herald, August 1, 1893

Brownsville Daily Herald

August 01, 1893

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Brownsville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1893, Brownsville, Texas V OL. 2.BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS. TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST I, 1893- AO. 21 Hilliest of .til ii: Loa.ycnhi.q Power.- Latest U. S. Gov’t Report THE TFX AS PH KSS. kanota Off    Want    Tit.’na. Cl Safi? From Chelera, New y*»rk,Jiiiv 28—Dr. A. WY .Wa ! parison, more hitter til mu death. Hence it is thai a facetious editor '.......  queries.    -Who ,h-d-vil I. Sot!,-! TC*"‘7    A. W.. kms.s C,rv. M s, July 28    Vl-|<    *ny\m<rIf, touKh, J.Jmr I, Y ,‘“cd 8,*tes marin# uuirf .4 Police S, -I,.....  ,wful!y    h. T|lU ig , ,ysrd I    "I**®".    *    ho    wa.    recently cd* law fort >i Jo i r ip railway th-1 ,.H,el wor|d alld u g, gettil,g „„    l*br‘””1    l,-v    *Im»    fe»»«ry    dvpart- _ panics to fifing puupert* into the M»f:er f**t Here's to you jfner,t t0 eXHI,*ine into the sanitary i Stat*. In flew ct fhe threatened Antonio Star-New?    condition ot tlie ports where emi- lnvAHnn of the nm iii ployed Mild    *    ----------- A Mach Needed Example- It ii openly asserted that I bilkis has had within the past four years • destitute men t r * *iti (hdofttdo Ji ilia*' decided to enforce the law 4- T* a urns'* o to All the trauis wi I he stopped by an ofiicer.nl inspection at the 'tnt®* one Ii’’mired and fifteen murders, ie irauis wi I he tied* <4 inspection line and fun pet* will, ’ ut Ie* allow- :,,,d »»<** a sine!* bwiginik cd lo conic into the Slate. HOKEY PC KHI (i A ELISION Not with* (and ing * de niocratic administration has ;b«.eu iii power almost half a year:, yet (ii v ten per edit. of tile cie F> iii the tn* t- surv d-pertinent at Wahmg't.n •*    *    r> ar** democrats. Titer grant* are em bai feed, has sent the following to Dr. Senior, curium,-sinner of immigration: “In reply to your letter asking my opinion as to the probability of an epidemic of cheders appealing i OK hided for ti - lay, however, in the ports whence emigration hut jading from the ’inst recurd cullies to ii., I b.ve to Elsie th.t t he condemned has a shadow of 3 th® outlook I t na ice.—Victor** Timer. AIICAD 0¥ TEXAS. “Burn him, like they do in Texas," was tin* cry ut the mob that A J L LL LIME or J)UUGS, Cif KM IC A IJS, HA TENT AI EHICiES, STATH EN EUM, PjEUFU MU UY, PAINTS, FAINT BRUSHES; OILS, FTC. cm*nu mons carefully Conroe nu* En AT ALI, HOIT LLS OK Ti JE IUT « IL SIGHT, ii ie uh-nit time surged tin ugh ih& streets of Dei<-il.it Secretary C^riit-Jo was getting ver, dragging the mill‘luted r< -a move en Iiiin-e I —sLhuhIo Nows. j ma ins of a white man. .We leg to Such is Kau iv.    1 i,,f‘r,n "" l)envt‘r,t*8 u"*‘ T'-'s"8 John I/. Sullivan 3?nnoum*(M that . f i« oc ii Lot take trout j til mid hum lie has sworn < ii and will lief cr,tm never, drink any m oo. ii wuiJt Work now, John. i me tv.u, ami not St very long ago, when i die* consider to benmost favorable at all except at M edited ranean port?. The authorities at many places are still doing everything in their power to prevent its in trod net inn from abroad and to suppress it should it appear. Ac \n enormous expense all water .in the cities is now fibered. “As tile weeks roll by tho M. j chances ot escaping the disease ho mer. Hocused of murdering other , relet** that fate ex ! Prova,*> far «• northern ports aru concerned. men. iS he elusively for those win* aesuIt w<-men and children. The state of Colorado is several points ahead of of newspaper spa o would have!,, .    ,    ..    . .    1    I ohs in ne lynching business.— hee ii filled iv ii Ii this Statement and I v l* V. , \ .    I    H!*r, every peneiieer i*i the country    —    __.____ •rould ll IV.' Iud Iii, av. Du. thai    A    LEmS    M    WWWW*. ira, in the pa*., that rich ,,aU that A«* 18    '«    tl,« ‘anilla us witit tile unreal ,lm.l«ws i liimi I,r, ‘ •"linent of pure patrio- «.f lie).art eJ -I if ic.- ,i..l makes the ! ''"O >'1'1 've 1,ave ,***«r*1 of :it ■ ii.seiliitv of lite lucent, l,y van,- lk ii,ls    ,he example of -----------    those    Mexican    office!9 who ceded from 2 to IO per cent of their E. KLEIBEH. I ” •» S-Jr.*. i a ITO ■'pr    • c*. ri qi,‘) L 4k<’ JL a policies witter! by William Kell V J I Agent. Y dmm. “ \\ itll regard t > die Mediterranean pelts it may he said sporadic cases ot cholera appear in Mar-sei.les and Naples al moat every year, and the presence in those cities of a few cases docs not by any means indicate that an epidetu ic will follow. Since the last epidemic at Naples the sanitary condition of the city has been great Iv improved, find by the introduction of water from a mountain lake Sa Jai ies .JIO help their country over situated fifty miles in the interior. a I .HUO H«-t in the ruwl. Kvvu An net in; tiinnisipnlity is .ilso alivo :r»triut Itv»Bnn insists IH..UI Intr. to the d*ngrr* to the commme of ing the last red cent <*f the ^4,000 V ,    .I,    r    •    i ’    -    M    aples in tile event of an epidemic per nil Ullin winch lie is not dome: , i i . ii, '    ^    jot cholera, aud will n e every ef- a blessed thing to Cain. —b. A. Ex- c . .    , tort to suppress the iii ease should press.    '    . -^r-  _It    appear. An lnnnuatfd City.    4M on will thcrcfoio see that I Pud,!•*, Ooh'., July 28.— Pump? j am inclined to he very hopeful rn iii    *.*    __„ j *    •    %    , nmiwi q rn H w *>« i*..- Ot- 9 ■ DKALI-.ti IN “3 I V. r 0 !i KNOWLEDGE ! r»rinr"5 comfort and improvement and I tends to }K*r>*nal enjoyment when j rightly iis^d. The many, who live laster limn others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by mon* promptly adapting the world’s Lh st products to the nee Is of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its esc. lienee is duo to its presenting In the form most acceptable and plcas- «*t nil de f-crsption are working t< -dn\* rel.cvmg hiscmei ts of busi- garding any serious outbreak of cholera iii foreign ports this season, (less ho list'd of water from the Ai- mid do not expect any marked , T ,,    ,    . ^    ^    ^    tv    iii toe lorm miist acceptable ami plc:w- I MFh.it ULIN Db AND l)()OR \ fntuplu;te,te’th^rcfrid'in?a;‘Vr.uly .    —    i    :    -    x    v/    |    I    beneficial    proj»ertiCH of a |*erfect hix- ,    j    ative;    effectually cleaning the system, •    I    dispelling    colds,    headaches    and    fevers kansas iiveiflowed yesterday morning and ag un las* night. Trenches are being dug across the streets and through the levee to carry it oft. I he unemployed have enough '.vol Ic for a couple ot dx J*. The losses diminution of c nmigration from that cause. Interesting Murder Trial. Mobile, Ala., July 2S.—Robert Hudson is on trial for having kill-I O^oigM Moris at \\ heelervillo -    _ m iara permanently curing constipation. A TTT5 nil frill nd Rill] rr TI or    I & I1^ &vcu aatisfartlon to millions and ♦XU    JLI 11UxL.d ifi.cXuCi idi. ; met wilh the anir„Val of the imdh al profession, because it actf on the Ki<l-nem Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is [*erfect!y free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all druggists in 50c aud $1 bottles, but it is man- t • frt . .1*1 I    Via* 4 I % a a i *. a I • I*. , a- * % a . i TA a    *al • . u . > . . Cat .v <11 Agent tor the celcduatc I Madu-on, Indiana, Ueer for sale by <t* fad. \\ ill pay loghcbt j-ri lur .aiiintrv pl od lice, JTOliE: One block* I rom Kio Ct ramie raffioad iej • t. A. J lU,0<kMKEU(i. 54 Wort ii feDcet, fie vv York. on G. M R APII AET* 1!:m« I.evil ic, Texas. S.. I *    .It ll IlCUIt'lV lilt] ynro over a quarter of a mil }    ^    f    ... ..    si    »    twenty-four years ago. Although lion. Many tonnji storekeepers are ; »i * • ii ,    ,    I there is no doubt as to the murder ruined. two I? and roo people arc Ll .    n .    ,    w    11    I the testimony is conflict ng as to : I AHI o I    \l    Liti.i* iu%*« x I ,   * I    w The 8event*% homeless. Much sickness is expec’-i«    *• 4 hts j net I n cation. ed whet! tile water **eccde8.    sr ,i i •    , . ,    .    ' ________ I fourth grand jury which met since the murder was committed found the indictment. Hudson had left To CleitLS-i The System. Effectually yet gently, when Costive nr bilious, or when the ‘he country nod on his return was bleu! is impure or sluggish, to per- not * recognized until a olind wo- mnnently cure habitual conmipa- j ,    .    .    .    ,    . .    1    ,    man    distinguished his voice. A, & -I- L-)I)EA LEUS IN’(o ufactured by the California Fig Syrup , don, to awaken tile kidneys and Co.pnly, whose name is printedoa every liver to h healthy activity, without j irritatiuo ,,r uytikfiHin** tlicm t,,! package, a1 ho the name, Syrup cif Fig*, aud bt*ing well informed, you will nut accept any K.ubititute if ottered. i 1 use Syrup of Fig-*. ... ! I) I (tiHis, bthpk” Gotnis, Roots, Sin»<•:<, and ftroec*rirs. P K his h% Caps, Shifts arid Drawers, bibs arf family Groceries A Knrop an gfiod»‘ kept in our Matamoros tiousr. *    H.    i»-i# i^roufj t!y Attended To. svilie, .... Texas. IIT; The only I -re Cream < ’ T; rt«.r Powder.—No Ammonia; Ko Alum. Citu ir. Luiili'.ns of Homes—40 Years the Standard i    -    Wanted. or wi'iikBHiii}' tltfiii, in A corrwjKH.aent ut every «o«t, di-pd headMch«r, colds or tcvcio . *>i...    *    , ,    ’    * *,* c  C    L*: Ll    < nice    in C.micron county.    We will send The 11 EK ald lice to one person in caon jK*stofll *0 in tilt! i    .IU county who will agree to write n I letter for pun icfttiou in TfiE iiivU :Ai.D Lit least everv t»tIi*?r week. ■ Letters must contain    a    snnimarv 01 any    news to be had    iii    tile    com munity cit ?he writer, such as infor • mutton regarding weather, crops, ami people. Should correspond-jcutg Ie tm of any occurrence of im -P 'it.tr.c we vv ic it them to Holily us 0: same without d£ lay. ;

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