Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 250, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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VALUE OF PHILIPPINES
Gen. Grant Gives Glowing Picture
of the Islands.
New York N. Y. Juue 10. In an ;
article.in the coming issue of Les- i
lie'svWeekly Gen. Frederick D. !
.Grant will say that the value of'
te Philippines to the United State
can not be over estimated.
"H will" Gen. Grant
Blue Flame Cook Stoves.
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I H. M. Fieldj
""ROOKING under these circumstances is a pleasure. The Rochester Lamp Co.
; V-y stake their reputation on -the stove in question. The best evidence of
; the satisfaction enjoyed is testimonials galore and duplicate orders from all parts
; of the -world.
says Send for literature both for the "NEW ROCHESTER" COOK STOVE and
"increase with the development j the "NEW ROCHESTER" LAMP.
of the islands and the growth of ;
the trade with Asia. It is greatest
therefore from a commercial stand- i
You will never regret having introduced these goods into your household.
THE ROCHESTER LAMP CO.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
point but is remarkable also as a
strategic basis in of time of war.
"A man with a small income can
build up a competence the jemore
readily than in this country and
and the field is full of opportunity
for the industrious and the thrifty.
The soil is capable of supporting
three times the present number of
inhabitants and of doing it much
better than they are now support-
ed when there are better facilities
38 Park Place and 83 Barclay St. New York.
London Juue 10. "The Russian
government" says the Moscow
correspendent of the Daily Express
"has been arrestiug and sending
into exile prominent persons sus-
pected of complicity in revolution
ary agitation. Among them is
Count Brobynsky a descendant of
Catherine the Great."
Willie: "Teacher told us to day
that there's a certain kind o' tree
that grows out o' rocks. I can't re-
member what it was. Do you know
"Pa : It's a family tree 1 gite.' '
Tin and Wooden Ware
White Enameled Ware
Sheet Tin and Iron
Round and Flat Bar Iron
White Lead Lubricating Oil
Turpentine Paint Varnish
and Window Glass.
Mixed and Dry Paints for:
Carriages and Buildings
'Jarriage Wagon and Build
Sash Doors and Blinds to
Lime4 Cement and Bricks.
Agt. for John Finnigan & Co.
Successors to Celestin Jagod
DEALERS IN THE BEST BRANDS OF
Wines Liquors Cigars Sporting Goods
AND TABLE LUXUKIES. SHOT GUNS
A complete stock of the finest im- 1
ported and domestic Pictntc Dlf IaC
Wine Cognac Mineral Water ilolUlO lullCO
Gin Ale Cigars and
Pure Olive Oil Delicasies
Of all descriptions kept in stock. A iYlJML U IN X 1 JlO JN
Prompt Attention Given to All Orders by Mail or Otherwise. Family Trade Solicited.
PASCUAL BR1SENO Prop'r.
(Late of Miller's Hotel.)
v Meals at All Honrs.
Coffee and Chocolate Fish and
Meats always on hand.
FIRE and T
Wm. Kelly agent.
I Beautify Your Home
! BY BUYING
He has a full line of
Decorative Wall Paper
And sells it cheap.
He Will Also Sell You the Pacei jnd Con-
tract to Put It Up.
The Way io h:Wi Up Your Home Town is io Patronize Home Industries.
THE HERALD ...
ook and Job Deparimen
B WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES SKIHS AND ALL COUHTBY PRODUCE 2
b a a
You Want the Best.
Your Physician aims to
put all his knowledge ex-
perience and skill into the
prescription he writes. It is
an order for a combination
of remedies which your case
requires. He cannot rely on
the result unless the ingre-
dients are pure and reliable
and properly compounded.
Be fair to your doctor and
to yourself by bringing your
prescriptions here. They'll
b"e compounded only by reg-
istered pharmacists who are
aided by the largest stock of
drugs in this part of the
State everything of the fin-
est quality that money can
buy 01 experience select.
J. L PUT EGN AT. Manager
H IS PREPARED TO EXECUTE
l In the Latest Styles
GIVE ITS YOUR NEXT ORDER
Bat n i nr mil
U UIl LL.L. L.L.U II
The place to pet a first-class
Shave or Hair-Cut.
: Polite and Courteous Attention to All.
Baths to Order.
. -ZRCHANTS ADD TO 'Z12 BUSIES
Think ebout i!.r
Tbe enormous sales of the iJraphophone are
caused Ly the f-ct that it lias such
MATCHLESS POWER OF ENTERTAINMENT
I TSal en INTOiSE DESIRE for POSSESSION1 is awakened ii. ell who bear it.
IT SUFPLIES AM ACTUAL WANT tTHE IRRESISTIBLE DEMAND FOR DIVERSION
I AND RELAXATION) TO CRATlr Y VHICH MANY ARE WILLING TO DO WITHOUT OTHER
: NECESSITIES. IT 13 THE
UNIVERSAL ENTERTAINER OF THE AGE
An !-.c5wustiblc socrce of Wonder and Delight to all.
It Is s:rr.;.!c in crnstrw-"! a- l prices are arranged to suit all pocket books; while the
demand will continue a 5c;. inn-n nature exists.
The introdarti- n c! . r.7. Grcpho phones into a community at once creates an increaslncr
demand for RICC; - u C :-?JLZ3 a-id a COXTIVUOUS BUSINESS is tlws established. W hy not
secure the Lib.fr! w-Iwj i.ro cSicwcJ dealers?
WRITE FOR CATa-CCE TERMG. CTC TO
88 Wabash Averse -
;ograph Co. ventA
Subscribe for THE HERALD
ownsvH e-ft ice bte Line.
W. T. DORSETT & CO.
OWNERS' AND MANAGERS
Desire to inform the traveling public that having been awarded
the contract for carrying
The United States Mail
They are also prepared to carry
Passengers and Freight Packages
BROWNSVILLE and ALICE.
Until fnrther notice stages will leave Brownsville ind Alice on
the following schednle:
Leave BROWNSVILLE daily at 6 a.m. aad arrive at Alice in 39 hours.
Leave ALICE daily (except Monday) at 6 a.m. fon Monday at 10 a.m.
reaching Brownsville in 39 hours.
Conrteons treatment to patrons. Office honrs 9 to 12 n. inland
2 to 5 p.m. For fnrther information address
FRANK AYERS ageht
MISS SUSSIE DORETTjAGEHT
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. NINE, No. 250, Ed. 1, Friday, June 14, 1901, newspaper, June 14, 1901; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144099/m1/4/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .