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The Brownsville daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1897-1910, December 30, 1902, Image 4

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A TUrYji,inMlN(yIGY.
New Y r JjKp'I';l ' ! 5 -
OiicfH n time there was :i
Reprobate. He lived in the Suburbs
because his" family f hich was a
Bine Bhxd?id mot posfn lite
price of Urbai Extravagance.
The'Reprobate had neither Brains
nor Ab liry,-. but he was deter
mined to '(imc Famous. The
thoughts in his Think Tank surged
thnl3 : 1 T:mnot4eeome a Lawyer
because Pltcsve not the wit; a Doc
tor, be-Au-!' I have not the nerve:
an Arii-t, I i-cause i Irfcveno talent;
a Poet, Jjecause I 6fmnot afford a
RliMi". ihctiunarv; anything
Ele, kra'b VISot Work."
Theremin he emerged from Iris
kiiied jft men, three
Ladies, antLeverf Children. His
iiamefFaffistedDthe Papers
and Ijc! became F,attu!:. He was
!con4'eted after a ma4 and wtfs
conuemenju to again: jnenaui
tlieKic: Girls fell nHflrvc withjiim j!$
J
.as
n t
IS aClQfltiS. jhepamilyGrocery
Jf.Saliiia
The public wilTOn an
extensive assortment, of
" DRY GOODS, SHOES, HATS,
- JEWELS AM) SADDLES at
prices without eonipeti-
tioxirat
$3rJas Dos Naciones'gS
iTrorii Jfcket.
4r
r
MfLIiBR.
fell i!
and snt i.mi let UafeCA'ndy, Poetry
rand Bananas. .
His ( use was opened and it was
reversed. JJecause he did not com
mit the t riniftt Oh, dear, no.lIrie.y
were sure of thntaiid it was not
mentioned. He'ecureda nevv trial
because theMean aiuL Nastyros
ecutor mentioned tlfatliis Mother
had red Hair, which the court said
was Prejudicial. -Also Improper.
Thereupon the convict returned and
killed all the witnesses against him.
He went through .a ne Trial with
FiyingColors analGame jjjg'a Free
-Man
The papers printed his picture
Home more -and he niarried , aNice?
Girl witjh Nineteen Iillioi from
Kankakee. "They lived LJii Happily
"frrer afler. .
UWfc WHU.DO r .m '-'
k AND MEN WHO DOT.
Men,' after all, are, and always
will be, of two.-kinds the men wl o
accomplish and tlnkinen who don't.
The other day there was an import
ant conference at the office of one of
the bis&est men in American fih
ahce. began early in the morn
ing, and at noftn it was. lfot coh
eluded. Promptly at 12:30 the"
clerks went out to. lunch-: The
..financier apologized to one of his
stenogrophers for keeping ifhim, ten
minutes after the regular hour
indeed, if.it had 'occurred often the
stenographer would . Have indig
nantly soxight another position. He
did not, howeGtrJ apologize to the
other seven or .eight .'millionaires
tdio sat about .his desk 'until well
after 7 o'clock with no thought of
luncheon or dinner. ThesU men
are willing to make the jfcrifice
which success demands. ' ?
There is no dearth of openings
for the man who will fitf -himself to
accomplish. The rhctk is that the
development of business has been
more rapid than the dayelojJment
of men, and today there is a greater
need of men of the 'nahtort than
ever, and every great business is
looking for them. Ex.
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REFITTED
AND .
REFURNISHED
Meals the'GEoicest
ToSe Obtained
Onfehe market
f O JO . , 4
A TluRory Brick
40 ITicely FurnishedRbouis.
On Principal Business Street.
O O '
Keasonal)Io J?atej
to "Baniilics
Mis Eosa Pellat
PQIlxTISABEB, TEXAS
Fall and fresh assortment
of table and fancy groceries
"by; every boat,
arid imported
canoed goods, obesse, but
ter, crackers, potatoes, etc.
Domestic
Mission Valley
m
F f
president.
A.
S. L, Dwoksjix,
3 "Vice-President
Ashheih,
Cashier.
I THE FffiSf -NATIONAL BANK
OF BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS.
CAPITAL -$50,000
Surplus. mdUmivided Profits-. ,. 20000
A OBHESAL BAIKIHB-pDSIKBSB 5HANSACTBD.
Bay:pirt sons MexiSmoney j-J . I0IEECTORS.
and Domestic Escnang( ; . wuliain Kelly, C. 11. Slaris,
g, D oreifm juraits- iiu.au. ou an r xiooort uaizeu,
points in Europe. " - ! f S. L. Dworman,
A. Ashheim.
M.. Alonso.
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BrownsviVLU, Tex. k
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J. A; OTTMAJTN
BRICK MASON
Ts at present in Bnnvnsvillp him!
i.itpnrHT tn fill ntiv nrrlfr fur lirifk
work, tdasterintr. or si-nitif hiii!P!S.T
KHasJime for sale.
Llesidence Cor. St. C"hrUs ur:d
9th Scsr. Work Gnnrantp. M
Rio Grand Railroad.
r
On and after Jniu 14th, 190
regular, nassenaer trams t,wii
i y -
a a US
r
run as follows
Leaves Brovri
ralioifdaUv) at y -ilm
Amvp Point-IsaDel5r,';''"
Leaves '
Arrive Brownsville
Joste Celaya,
5X0 W TEN FEET DEEP.
Reports Received at El Paso Shb
.Heavy Fall In Mountains.
El Paso, Texas, Dec. 2G. Re
ports received here state tliat the
snow-fall in the white mountains
during the last few days, has been
exceptional, .there Tjciing eight to
ten inches in some places and where
drifts have accumulated, a maxi
mum dnptn of six to ten feet has
b3en attained. The reports add that
whle the cold and snowfall have
ba$n unusual, no suffering among
stock has resulted. . v-
WSIG NATION REQUESTED.
Glfy of Mexico General Reyes
rosightid the post of Minister of War
and Marine. His resignation was
requested by the CabineT because
of articles Inspired by his son
attacking the Minister of Finance.
DO NOTFAIL TO
"CONSULT ME
Do not go throngb life suffering
because yon have been told that youij,
disease is incurable. I calP proy.Q-
that my knowledge or Jliyac bcience ;
and Alkloidal Dosimetric Medication
' wllbeaboon to you. If I cann6t7j
cure vou I can at least relieve .tout '
sufferings and make life a Tittle
sweeter tp you. My reputation is
based upon my sucS&ss. I visit
any part of the eouniy daj' ornihfe to
attend the sick. Consul tatioiM confi
dential. Calls left at the Botf,V del
L&u will be promptly answered.
C. C. FORD M. D.
Office: Scbodta Building Cor. TVaHb.
ington and lltb. streets.
Victoria, Texas.
'. The best fruit trees to plant '.
'. on the lower Rio. Grande; " I
! For catalogues, prices and '.
I' all information apply. to, .'.
KJ G. OXDERDONK .G.O.,
I Nurscrv, Yietf i ia Cu'Uxh"
- s"dr Y. Gavito, A gear,. '
: Brownsville, - - - .Texas
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j uv. una aii vr i w t a
Your Physician anus.Jo nut
all hJJfk now ledge, expjri'.-nce' and !
skill into the prescription ."he
wi itp.-'fllt is ati order for a com
bin alibti of remediet: which your
case ce'qqiresrie can not rely on
the result unless thpingredients
areproperlj- compoiuded.
Bp fair tojj'our doctor and
tojoiirself by ' briugit.g your
prescriptions here. They'dj be
compounded only by reisterpd
pharmacists who are'aided ii:he
dararest stock of drugs in this nart
I of the States, everything ot the
finest quality that uoney can buy
or experience select.
J.-CPUTEGNAZ& BRO.
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9 n n A .n r-n r it hi xJm I
O "all kinds can be had all' li , ... ' , , x J, .
w '' 8 , Botica del Leon.
1 IU flinpn,.nrn' SL r - s
Junn KcLovern s, .
s . o 5
" Hih-grade Hams. 8 . , rt v
J - 9 ' Successors to Celestin jAQon,
x fjntmegs and Spice. x s . 4. o
WAGkerel afd Macaroni Cd'IHIIllSSlOIi
O good oods for the monej. o . V
f OMfvonpleaseV l MerCliailtS
j ptfermisdli, Ganued Fruit a Wt
.. feverytninR that's nice. ' ! : 9 importehs of. 1 f dealees ih teg sest bhands of
8 Reasonable Pricey WlliQS, QlgBrS
I Bjever Fails to Suit. AND TABLE LulJBIi3 ,'
; 'gave Money. S: a complete stock of the finest?im-
OOCOOOOOOOCCOOCCCCOO'V''" a ported and domestic T J
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0 ifiy W " of all descriptions kept in stock" ' ijULrllVX Ulil XU!3
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0 WxiMX HESTER ASMS ANB AMMtJNITIOll 0
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BEOWNSYILLE, Texas, and MATAM0K0S, Mexico
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SchoonertHeC
-C05IPOSED OF THE SCHOONERS
Brazos, Beacliam and Pierce Simpson
-PLYING BETWEEN-
IN&jLiXt York, Neiv Orleans, Galveston
" -
; ; and Brazos Santiago.
Kates from Galveston to Brownsville 25 off old Morgan Line rates.
Eatesfrbm Kew Orleans to Brownsville 20 off old Morgan LineTrates.
Ior freight space and other information apply to
- .
Ejole L. KowalskIj 1sc.y Orleans, La.,
jft. Fraa-k h. Jlmr, UalTeston.Tex
,J Agents,
or
GEORGE MORE, Agetvand, General, Manager ,
KrornsTll. Texas.
Wine, CoDac, Mineral Water
Gin', Ale, Oiars and
Pure Olive Oil, DeHcaei.
of all descriptions kept in stock, t
. Prompt attention jjiveirtp all orders by mail or otherwise.
TFALLTRADE SOL.ICIXED.-Sa
Sporting Goods,
SHOT GUNS,
tetols, Rr
m M' FIELD
m -
in
j3eoeke;
t DEAJLiEK m
Shelf ancV Heavey Sara1 war
rAOMG CZH&AL IMPLEMENTS
jj .Tin and Wooden W -:re,
as Wnpperman Non-Breakab'le
ill
1 m
White Enameled Ware,
Sheet Tin and' ron ' '
Round and Flat Bar Iron,
White Lead, Lubricating. Oil,
Turpentine, Pamt,Varnish
and Window'Gass,
iff
I
if
M Fat th Highest Priess for Hides, Skins and all Conn try jRodnte jH
"CSS"
r Mixed and Dry Paints for
f - Carriages and Buildings, w
- 'Jarriage, Wagon and Build
;ing Material. ui
Sash, Doors, and Blpds to iS
order, t
Lime, Cement' and Bricks. jj
Agt. for John Finnigal & Co.
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