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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1893, Brownsville, Texas THE BAIIY HERALD HEOFFICAL If ojiLt pitisH pme LISHEDIJJ CAMERON EOIIHJT j i1 flj red1 y W 9 IT is but just to hear sides of a cuee before condo i r a limn A MAGNUN u prominent citi 1 A i I t of L redo died ut tliat city OH ast Friday SUMIO people are ult only foe the summer but a good are all the year i wilj soon ovor and people will bo c THE Bummer Junno from seaside or mountain re i T i i r I k to take a needed rest 1JS8 JIOQRDEX inude to to be opo of the this already wonderful nineteenth M i fii i i i ciiNlury The rainmakers proven that they can ruuke rajn ii if not in TLXHB and now South comes fo the fron with ahe pold company IB soliciting i i I to cold wrtveptVom thtifrigic Konw to eool the atmosphere i I These men claim that they CM r ii i r tlie nnd tun r i t v i i i i r the intobaUnv v i r weather We have not ye inade by but shuuld cliiiik thu people pt flu far whero the eummpr PUI keeps eo hoi that cpojvijig can btydunu Hrtificiul bent woUld not lieeitHte try it pf possible that the cole r Wave men may Blip tm e who reciMifly jjinde a down a eix ieet of wave dostruutiyQ waterspout instead of a genpje rain nlar with snow ijibtead of a bnhny x brotze ii are to be ex TH ID Laredo Timue thinkq Jiiat Emperor Wifheljn wofltd be tick and into a flucjc fjlif England should go to A denjourat W oroe He he first oi his race to be appointed to u postcffice I I 1 M i 1 in that EAVTCSDROIUMNG in tho state of i i York is a and in ono u the smaller ql that Htate a Man was recently no iur tliirty days because he conceal i himeellancj vurijjMJon a young pie Uo was justly a umn who would ba ineatj V I i pectcd and ppie ought tu1 vviljing tp few haidshjpa inJhe interest epiencc leji horuionietoh regulators and the rtiinmakers keep ov trying itnd after awhile people things just to fiuif them be able by pressing tne right button to have rain trom MIIC should our tenrf wards slftfhin another button pressing cause rain to be converted into snow Tho 0kic 1 I I I I 1 tricians haye niai vuiloUB things but their miracles are in with what the dimato wakers may THE eon for u liatetj to the fiilly filings said by young lovers each other vvhen wlone IB too ftinftjV for any SOMK o Corpus Clnistis leading are talking about rebuild i P i i ing the hotel burned summer befoijia ast A good seaside is alj Uje Bluff City needa to Jflko one of the most popular resort a on the Oulf cottBt It oge Ijhe prettiear towna fjhe and Corpus phriiti bay a of beauty any other bay on the coast Corpus be the port of south weet Texap JHBB still lived iu hupc It The woik ing llie bunutj is fairly tinderwHy The books opened on the first day of by Wheeler sub for followed by Ool Fulton 000 for R and is being rapidily raised by other citizens otAransas Coiyiry With oneJialf of tlio sub sidy promptly subscribed on the without thet balance will pe witheut thifl is Muuson CUUdrcu of Mr and M M Solloj V Altoona Pa Both Had Eczema i In Its Worst Form Falledt tiarsaparllla Perfectly Cured Great njjental agony is endured by parents whp see their phildreu suffering diseajjes caused by impursj bjpod and for which fhere seems no cure This is Burned to joy when IJoods Sarsaparilla resorted tojfor it expels tlje foul humors from and restores fhe eased skip to fresh healthy brightness Read the following from grateful parents IiQyoll think Hoods Sarsaparllla is tlie most medicine cm thu market for hiood and A J BLOOM BEBQ 54 Worth New York G RAPHAEL ueyil 3 Dry Qoode StHpIe Goode Jjfoots jShoes and All Kinds Hats Caps Shirts anti Draws Notions and Family Grocenea European kept in pfir Jlou3f Protuj tiy Brownsville skin llsonaes Qur two children suffered tevrU with thq Worst Fprrn of Eczema for two years We had three physicians In that Init peltlier of thorn snocoedod In purlng th or even in giving them a little relltff we tried Hoods parsa pnd in a month hotli children recommend Hoods Sarsaparilla as a standard family piodiiUne and would not je without1 It Mn JtJiiK M 2nd Avenue Altopna Ta BLINDS DOOR s And all kinds for eh rated Mndigon Hetn1 fursale easjc car pay Inghpftt priori fur c One block Tiio rrtmdp rai HOOD8 PlLLS euro liver Ilia Jaundice aick Indigestion DBir GOODS j OBOQEREXSt Boos and Train between and Point in effect on ami after June 1893 Leaves a V Point p in trwiiis from Brownsville to Point jsnhol at 9 H tii re1 timing Point IfiabuJ at 5 p m RATIOS Round Mexican Coin munition CARDS E H GrOpqitroK Fi rst Class Cluss Class 00 75 50 ae 4uno Messrs Ford an4 Perry gon traetore ate to begin a SOME oiauVerB conj plain it IH much more difficult to Sew i TII T r Xsjand cotton thaq ordinary cotton owjng lo tjhe fact that tbo bolis of the ipripei dp not open BO readily tie ihe Jfttter and the niuet ohfc of the boll TiiH i8 work on the jetties within thirty dayp Ho doubt they wilj on the in ten after tbe bonus have been raised We would urge counties citjiea to theii contin that be the Hist pf gents in blast be dne fact thut leland cpt ton dope npt aijfficiently to burst apart as in tho caso of cjptton This ot conrfie the Sea laland vuriuty of gathering but the cjapnpt equal tfte difference ip fpr while ordinary ut 6 cents tho Sea Bells at 22 Sothaf greater profit pn the latter is fully fopuy planters for any ex ber we Bhall hope to hnve the removed and a first opened next f g r i n er rase ly police to Tax Tax payers are requested to send in of city assessers ts 1893 ttje Mfteenth d ay pJ A r ty n ofc re n at that date as A City and of i i Qffice Thomas Carson wio has trod on the old ladyja roe Yop penao or trouble in gathering and sue its my tpcjetain Tv mftkee it a moat profitable jB iv r tickets train iSIMQNCELAYA TiifSTKE CONCORDIA ding find Lodging House Thirteen Street BASCUAL A BRISENO Prop Late of MfUeiVs Moala at all houre Coffee arid Fisli all hours of day and night Teosas Q MA BIS YSA1VL A IN Abstacts of Kept In The Office BBOWNSYILLE TEX Stage THROUGH A cuyeced leaves Alice dajjyat OVH in iiji vson TfRONTIER ICE and after this date ice will be Bpldby Barred a or at the Ice at 1J cents per pound Mexican coin pr the bar 75 Ordersfor car lots pr by ton ill receive prorijpt attention sold at reduced rates FRONTIER IQE Jujy 1893 KOWALSKI mi Establisliedj Roprqaonting SOIBC of bo caflinf houses Rico Millfi Flour Loaf Tobacco factories in the B Elizabeth Sfc F Mqwican andi Southern Mammal SJsiiis fi Speqirtiens of Nat i History Cor WaBhington and 11th Sts THE bis services his services roqlc bot tpfu prices and other goods received by eteamer him a 6th and Yth opposite the M4TAMOROS SQUWBK COMPANY make trips Morgan City pr Orleans and Brazos Santiago via about For H add TOPS KUVfiSBURf ftgeqfc KOWALSKI QU8TOM vtyi IX U BROEEF HEN5Y HORD A G STERNK Hord iterne ATTOKEYS AT LAW Grande Oily Teatas John 8 E A Brtneh Rio Jitf COBPDS CHRIBTI
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