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The Brownsville daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1897-1910, October 13, 1902, Image 4

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CH.vYihi WH..K H h El).
( . ;r. October 4.-A Cjtinr.
m . Mil i at ih- Provl : t lifital
today, :t suicide by st;uv.:;um, be
cause, it is declared, a set-ret society
had commanded him to die. The
man va Wo:i: Xu.v, proprietor f
a laundry. The iwrviiir is .n
vestigating the case. For. two
mouths he roiused to eatj, and
gradually gtvw weaker Until (lis
ease was hopeless.
Two months ago -found Now
in his laundry ill. At the com
mand of some mysterious secret
b iiiu, Kow afterwards declared, he
had eaten potash. It did not kill
him, hefwever, and the physicians
smi he would live. After twodas.
.Sow stiil refused to eat, and Dr.
H. O. Joia-s was called to attend
hiiii. i)r. o'in's who spunks Chinese,
managed to learn the man's history
and tin: eau- of his self-inriictcd
starvation.
Kow's friends were notified toria;
that he was dying, and forty of
them wt-nt i the hospital. For
two hours they chanted a death
s-oult, then arrayed him in a black
cap and gown. Thus arrayed, he
died. Shun Pack, Now's uncle,
notified the authorities that he
would bury the man. None of
the fellow-countrymen would dis
cuss the case.
QUOROM STILL LACKING.
Austin, Tex., Oct. 9. The State
Democratic executive committee
held no meeting here today, a
-quorom being still lacking. Only
twelve members were present and
an adjournment was taken until
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock,
when it is hoped there will be an
attendance suilicient to enable the
transaction of the important busi
ness which needs consideration by
the committee.
Les Dgs JSfaciones.
;i . Salraalla & Co.
'Hi e public will find an
extensive assortment of
DKY GOODS, SHOES, HATf,
JEWELRY AND SADDLES at
prices without conipeti
tion at
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grlias vos JN aciones
Front Market
1 -fS"i-t--GI-C- 3Pi-G--OvC5
MOTEL
i neramiiyBrocery
IMiss RosaPellat
POINT ISABEL, TEXAS
Fall and fresh assortment
of table and fancy groceries
arriving by every boat.
Domestic and imported
canned goods, cheese, but
ter, crackers, potatoes, etc.
RI5FITTED
AND
BBKURXISHEI)
Meals the Choicest
To Be Obtained
On the market
e
A Three Story Brick . -4.0
Nicely Furnished Rooms.
On Principal Business Street.
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Reasonable Kates
to Families
PKOPRETOKS
Brownsville, Tex. A
rp.
DOESN'T LIKE ALGER.
From the Baltimore American, Rep.
Russell A. 'Alger has demonstrat
el an absolute incapacity to handle
the great affairs of state. Whatever
he may be in business and society,
he is a pronounced failure as a pub
lic official. He entered the cabinet
of the late President McKinley un
der the most favorable auspices, and
was given opportunity to enroll his
name with the greatest of America's
many competent department ex
ecutives.. Subjected to this test, he
failed so totally and ignominiously
that the unanimous protest of an
indignant people forced him to re
sign and commit the management
of our army to competent hands.
All the scandals of the army in the
Spanish war embalmed beef, faul
ty transportation, fever camps, com
missions bestowed by a rule of
political and social favoritism.
Shafter, and all the other multitud
inous and odorous national repro
aches of that war are piled up
against the record of Russell A.
Alger as secretary of war. The peo
ple know him for what he is an
incompetent in dealing with great
affairs of national administration,
and. therefore, unfit to sit with
to send him to Washington after
the people have driven him in dis
grace from the capital would be for
the state to offer an insult to the
nation.
Rio Grand Railroad.
Ou and after .lime Uth, 1902
: regular passenger trail s wil
J run as follows :
! Leaves Brownsville (daily) at 9 a m
i Arrive Point Isabel " " 1015 pm
' T.psvp? " " " " 3 am
Arrive Brownsville
" 4 15 p m
GREAT BANKER-MED POOR.
The entire estate of William Lid
dale, late governor of the bank of
England, who died lt month,
amount? to only $o,0u0. He was "an
authority upon all questions of Brit
ish finance and for year.- was a pow
rr in the operations of the English
exchequer and the London Stock
Exchange. His power was im
niensv. ; ;;t it iad t he exercised in
aecu; dance with law and strict reg
ulations. His position instead of
bringing him opportunities to gain
wealth deprived him of such opportunities.
Jose Celaya,
icyele Repairer
XKD DEALER IN
BICYCLE SUSDIUBS
it
Such as Bells, Pum)s, "jV ever
Leal:,11 Repair Kits, Etc., Etc.
JfjST Shop at my Residence.
Colonel Wreford
Mission Valley
NURSERIES
Victoria j Texas.
The best fruit trees to plant
on the lower Rio Grande.
For caiHtniMiH., pries and
all information apply to
G. OXDERDOXK CO.,
Nnrsety, Vich ( . 'i-Nse
or V. Uaviro. tr'i'i,
MrO'Vxsville, - - - Texas
J. A. OTTMAKK.
BRICK MASON"
Is at present in Brownsville and
is leady to fill any order for brick
work, plastering, or setting stones.
Has lime for sale.
Residence Cor. Sr. Charles and
9th Srs. Work Guarantee.
Lfliif.Fi
7i a
all kinds can be had at
8
John Koto's, i
OH ELIZABETH STREET 1
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Jellies and Jams.
Qatmeal and Rice.
High-grade Hams.
Nutmegs and Spice.
MACerel and Macaroni,
good oods for the money.
Quions, if you please.
Vernmelli, Canned Fruit?
verything that's nice.
Reasonable Prices.
$ever Fails to Suit,
'gave Money.
BE0T7ITSYILLE, Texas, and MATAM0E0S, Mexico.
WINCHESTER ASMS ANB AMMUNITION
Wm. Kelly,
President.
S. L.Dworm ot,
Yice-Presaent.
ta
A. ASHREEM,
Cashier.
THE FiBST NATIONAL BANK
OF BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. ' r
CAPITAL '-- 850,000 t
Surplus nnd Undivided Profits 20,000
A GEKERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Buys and sells Mexican money
and Domestic Exchange.
Foreign Drafts issued on all
points in Europe. -
DIRECTORS.
WmiamKeUy, C. H. Claris,
Robert Dalzell, A. Ashheim.
S. L. Dworman, M. Alonso.
onJT
You Want the Best.
Yonr Pl3sicjan aims to put l
all his knowledge, experience and fi
skill into the prescription be
wiiU'r. It is at! ordt-r for a coin- e
bination of remedies which ymr
case requires". He cannot rely on jj
the result unless the ingredients y,
are nronerlv cnmnnnndprl.
r r -j ffeUi
fair to your doctor and fcvC-
to jonrselt by bringing your
prescriptions here. They'll be
compounded only by registered
pharmacists, who arc aided by the
largest stock of drugs in this part,
.of the States, everything ot the
finest quality that mouey can buy
or experience select.
J,L PUTEGNAT& BRO.
Botica del Legist.
Successors to Celestik Jagou,
Merchants
IMPORTERS OF
s. Tina Fdaw CrliAAtiar l-ina-
-COMPOSED OF THE SCHOONERS-
Braos Beacliam and Pierce Simpson
-PLYING BETWEEX-
N&io York. Neiv Orleans, Galveston
and Brazos Santiago.
Rates from Galveston to Brownsville 25 off old Morgan LiA rates. "
Rates from 2ew Orleans to Brownsville 20 off old Morgaane rates.
JTor freight spaceand other information apply to
T1 T TT --" "VI -tKT
. JliillLE .Li. JVOWAISKI. iSeV VUm'.u , lifl., I . ,
' ' J v 1 nronto mr
Frank L. Kirk, Gston.Tex.,
GEORGE MQREy Agent and General Manager
"Browns vile. Texas. -" ' '
Wines, Liquors, Cigars
AND TABLE LUXUEIES.
A complete stock of the finest im
ported and domestic
Wine, Cognac, Mineral Water
Giu, Ale, Cigars and
Pure Olive Oil, Delicaaies
of all descriptions kept in stock.
DEALERS IN TEE BEST BRANDS 0?
Sporting Goods,
SHOT GUNS,
Pistols, Rifles
AND
AMMUNITION.
Prompt attention given to all orders 03 mail or otherwise.
Cf FALLlTRADE SOLICITED ."Till
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. H. M. FIELD
UEA1.BK IK
A A "O 15 'B T O 1
Shelf and Keavey Hardware,
-A-GRI GULTUH AL IMPLEMENTS.
Tin aud Wooden Ware,
an Wupperraan Xon-Breakable
M White Enameled Ware, .
cs Sheet Tin and Iron
jjj Roundjgnd Flat Bar Iron -p
White Lead, Lubricating Oilj
Ym Turpentine, Paint, Varnish
and Window Gass.
Mixed and Dry Paints for
Carriages -and Buildings,
'Jarriage, Wsgon and Build
iugIaterial. Sash, Doors and . Blinds to
order. '
Lime, Cement and Bricks.
Agt. for John Pinnigan & Go.
ill Pay3 the Highest Prices for Hides, Skins and all Conotry Produce
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