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   Brownsville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1893, Brownsville, Texas                                 VOL. 2.  BUOWNSVILLE, CAMERON OOI'NTT, TEXAS. TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8. 1893-  NO 32  AVJWywy*rtVAPAv^w*ww-vwwmnoi™ ■ ■ j  fBALD HEADS!!  What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, liar sit. brittle? Does it split at the end*.? Has it a * lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or ■ brushed? Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itch t  3 * Is it dry or in a heated condition ? lf these are some of * your symptoms be warned in time or you will become caid.  r o  Skookum Root Hair Grower \  is Ut*' a D'<\ but H'i< Iv Mf illy ■ • ..xj * and »•••■••    >    ** >• *** .***•;* ' .“, .•  Uie (cluck.;, it J lUxMtg    cures    dandntf and grams hair cm>   Ua c Sr Keen the *c*’r cloam, bc»ttt>v,»c«: free from trritatiaf rroptinn*. by  the u><* *)f Tiw.« t:> » sxii*. ii acstroy* gmmadtc insects, Hutch /eta on   a>id \\ yourVruifL.et i canot tapplrwm w * f»yet to  pre’ ‘iii, ou rn I ox yi'.ce. o row ar, JI .OOI -cr butat ;6 ta &M- -cap. uoc.  M per jar; 6 for 5 LM.  tim ar. if abu  K«o *• ni,  THE SKOOKLTI ROOT HAIR GROWER CO  ai South rift ll Atcbsc, KCW Yerk, N. A  ll  vw  I Mi A KILSON TH : SIT! ATION  Ile Seen I'leids and gtoiiii" and Ueviifiatittii Aile;**:.  Alchem. Iv .s , Augii-t 3. — I ii | a cot. \vt* * I it »ti about the fiuiiirial J tt.duy t A Senator John J.  I iii! iii* 1  finn!;  “ lbs <Imv tit I .»*! iuv ti tit! sunshiny  : ti comptie ti will* the e on J.* m*»«i etuiin«just all'****! «*1' un The ultimate resit I will ie it ti tltJrttjrilml ton of lite hI'M 1  lr •* f lilt* e« iii liny. Tim  mi 11 iou rn ie ut t • »i 11 y will occupy tile |»aii|M*ro lull, him! lite    r.  iii the mar Itll me, wnl lid*- iii th* ital Si*l ol I lie liti ih'.i.i r* . I oh'l ado  Highest of all iii Leavening Power.-—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report.  lid lie ••H er urn.rial •>.alit t'lmuUl  nu; M A Ii CAPITAL.  Text of Gownor towelling^ let-  Fo  V»  X  Drugs  5 ‘I  Ma  1   ti  ,.i  i _____  i i.I. I.! >1. «*F  to lr|«H 11» I'llira^'i * * ii the lith of September, Mid it you would do iikow st* we v.oti! ) tl\ tl»e place of mewling either at the IvHtlfW or ter to Governor Hogg.    jT< sXt.s building, and these delegates  Le!, ...I.,I ..II ...      »•.'!    I     An<|i „    4.    ■-G..w ‘ lUe tv-.. Sr-.t. « t .Iild without  ..I .Im* * i . UA ne*!. •I, :rotM K ^ ^    ^ ^     it ,    JofcM.CLI th.- old word repMen  whoa I lit v*    \r**t ** taken. Ile    s    .    ,    .    ^  •    *.t    .'I    :•    h !**'r lr an Gov* rut*’ t tfiver lo such *i maimer a? to ae-  «lt*v iR’a-i.»tt **l the \elc*w I-vol iii !    '    ,    .    .     s     ,    ,    .    .    i  ) i*vrelihi ,r  ol kms*-, ask.hit him complish much gone. 1 woimisng-   l,K ‘  S Ml: ;  w u *  ,,ut  ' ”  i ;    ; , J , in ifl *,. lirifl:r  „ ,teamship line g«*at that ft number of these repro  "  H  * “  ,li ,n  L OI Mi. f t (ltlft  the (s«ilt* of Mexico to port j aet iter i vee viriit Kansas and Texas  of Kuiope for the phi pose of faeil-! point* and Ma* fur themselves what  itatiu^ ami    elt*'>ipeninj£    exports    *»t    *iur faeil ii ie* ate already for thip-  Wee’em pr.nfuets lie rcrpie^’sI ping S *uihwar*!.  that Govi*r*tor Iloj/jr appoint a *h    *    ~    77-T"    —  ,    ,    The Lite: si* in at* on ot/he AiUca  Ie «ation to    Jon, a (mntmr one    to    ne  oi;.* t> me mu Ilion J Hod need bv tho I'lO'lHjJ «** f  I lie .nill**'-. I Iti'isainh ut people ale w ii|v>t uj^ilie fit*eels a! Ih*nv;i Itku lite low y A az ireio*. Kox.-i have hole* .ii i Im.la **l too air have  hSH CiS, GIII* MICAlaS, PATENT .\j LUIGI X ES. STATION ERV, PEH FU VI ERV, PAINTS, PAINT i» HUS ll ES;  OILS, ETC.  rnK»cutni< »:<A i’ a uKF r ;»t.v < omi** t* m»-Kli AT Ahi. IKlURfc OF THU  *    PAV    f*R    Mom.  1,111 ll..! U»jur«d» lr*nil 1  *•"**» ;  i„to.| bv liiiiiwif to go I.. Cid-  wit  * re  toi  A!iijratorv are ;lie n**xt animals  , I *    I    .     r     ,    r    to be in Maover ut < * JC dele ext^r-  *:ve« y meet .* mer ol 11 :iift.*» jjoes  :lMI | k, forest the r**pr« ‘genial* ves »*f ,     h   .1    .    „„ i    u „ ,    i    »    i    ..    »i, a  iniaatiuti    al    the    hands    ot    reeJkless  up the    pi leo Hr-    ere ut    orc.:    .    I    European    gufrrtimetib    at    the I  ...    -    .    '    t    ...    ,,    .    i    1.1*    and uiereilets hunters. There has  SY *11 street the p tem- try gals up Worlds r *ir in the unvlertak injf.,  to.    .    ....    ^    «    |    ;    Ihhmi a great demand tor alligator  lur ‘4 ‘hi. YY h.*n ihese two pa* - f ol'owing <8 tin* text cd tin* letter:  I    .    .    .1    :    ,    I    "i    I    ^    .    I    skill, which for manv purposes is  icky conditions come togethers* | have become iii Hell interest***.     1   I    .    ,    ,     r     ,    .G unsurpassed,    aud    with    even    decent  the great Mirsirtrispi    \ a;ieV    chaos in    a p issiMc out Vt    fo»*    <rtir    priMliictt     1   ..  J    y     ....    killing of the creatures the supply  E. KLEI BEH.  ami au ii eh v will toilow  ; via tin* gulf, as there is no d»*ubt  pply  _ m     J    of this useful leather might he  the Tombs of Al lauder Hie («r«*ati  1,1,1 w {tr "  l,,,OUMt  ‘‘J  M,< M<  ^  ( 1,1  kept lip indtiuitely. That their ex-ami Cleopatra.  ,mtUu *  lu Uie  " *' Ste ' "  ht ,te ‘ tine.in  ls  clow a. lend i* not Mr-JI,. (Jrniil I! v, ,,! (;.iir,,liH» »<!- '  v '''  v  •    ' l "‘     <i ' S ' t     I’ 1 " 0 ''’    prising when we learn tluit over  .ll...od a bi ion', the president »l "'Ho «* -bo w.terWHva i»vh«rt<T  )|(r ^  in H|j 0 „ g lm ve been killed la Abet i«'ii llniver.iiy inforiiuiig ti'-*'* «>\»il»ti«ltt*ll.< At a lite t |,'j or j 1 j. t 8 i, l( . e  J SSO, Had tliat GDO bim of tile dire leery, lately made ‘‘.'ties. In adpi.mg v ia iii. i.ltoi  wne  one titue a. t»ir vcutt'a work.  I . . .    ..    at    ll    ta,    L..H    aal    til    III.    I    I    011141(1    ...    .    %    •    I    IV  ,,    .    ..    ,    ai    ,i»»m    (here are a number of middlemen  •iii the site cd ancient Ah xanuiis,  1   , .    .    .    »•    ii    ii    to be emu pennate* I f*»r imagimtry  of the tom!** id Alexander Un* .    •_    ,  Cs rest arui Cleopatra. Sonic work  Fire and Marine  Insurance.  Policieg written by  William Kelly, Agent.  men ei»gag* J iii digging up the soil in the proporty id a Greek jeaiue upon the t*»*nhs. I>r. Grant Hey does lint entertain the slightest «Inn bt as to their genuineness, ee< itig that the names of their occupants are inscribed on the dome which -ire iii brouze ami co/creel  REMOVAL!  In a few months we will move into new buildings now being ere ct* “I (of us, corner «*f M-d«* Street, and Trenton Avenue. To dose out our Entire S»<*ek lief orc lie rn of a1, we Iihv.* started a  GRAND REMOVAL  Clearance Sale!  Hr-sistatiCi: in forwarding the products of the W* st, while in shipping via Ga! veil on or any gulf poit there need be at most only one middleman located on the coast,, I have had a conference with several of the representatives of the Danish government, and brieve the people of Norway, Den-  As it is with the alligators, buffalos, and seals, so it is with many species of southern birds which hftye been po relentlessly slaughtered for their plumage that within a few years they will become aljsolutely extinct. — Huston Courier.  Itol Snotv and tied Cotton,  Capt. Ross discovered oh the snores o! Ratlin's Ray a range of mark, Sweden and possibly I ranee j trills extending tor eight ini'es.  with G reek inscriptions. Through    *    •    I    ,    .    *,.    j   1     and    many    other    European    nations    which    were    covered    with    red    snow  some holes in the doors the sat -1  ,,,u  J    *  coli8gi in marble can he distinctly seen as well as a number of iuiiei-al objects ami aud documents.— Levant Herald,  First Lawyer; .Do you know old Miserly is dead* Second Lawyer No; is In? Wliat did lie die off First Lawyer: Heart failure. Second Lawyer; Ah, trying to find itself, I suppose. —Brooklyn Eagle.  would be much benefited by so direct an exchange of com modi tits. There is no question about loading vessels eastward bound, but until arrangements can he made for shipping Irom coast points far into  of a brilliant hue, and sometimes as much *9 twelve feet in depth. Colored snow storms were recorded as long Rgo as the sixth century and a shower of red hail was mentioned by Humboldt as liav ; ng oc-  i Over a ton of tobacco and cigars ; was burned sonic two weeks ago at We will dose out our entire stock of $150,000 worth of goods in J» Mr risiiio«itIi in the furnace known the rcxt OO days st strict manufacturer's cu*>t. llere’s a lew samples j «*tlie Queen's Ripe,” where a1)  contraband tobacco seiised in Great Britain is dostrovcd.  pf bpw we have out pricer  Men’s Suits reduced from $16, $14 and SIS to S8.50  Men’s Suits reduced from $22, $20 and $18 to $12.50.  MAMMOTH  tile interior it is    question able {curred in Palermo, In 1608 red  whether these ocean vessels may be able tosecnro sufficient freight for their westbound trip.  I write now to suggest that yon join with me iii appointing delegates to visit the representatives cl the Eastern governments who may now he found at the World's Fair.  I will appoint some fifteen or more  Ed. Kiam  I  ONE PRICE  Houston, Texas.  D" PRICE’S  The only Pine Crcc.m of Tartar Powder.—No Amnionia; No Alum.  Used in iii]'ions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.  600W tell to a depth of over five feet in Cannula, Germany. The storm of colored 6iiow was followed by one of ordinary color, and the off et produced by separate lay er of red and white, which were perfectly distinct, resembled the mixed hues of lemon and strawberry ice-cream. In the hist volume of Kane’s “Artie Explorations it is teated that when tho ships passed the “Crimson cliffs of Si r  John Mo©*/' the patches of red  snow could be seen at a distance of i fully ten miles. Red cotton has been .nised at Alpharetta, Ga., ! where a planter bad a quantity of cotton, every stalk of which is a deep red color, leaf, boil and bloom. This novel crop was the product of seed derived six years ago from two stalks of red cotton found in u cot ton field.—Brook’yr F *gl?   

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