The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1, Monday, August 24, 1903 Page: 4 of 4
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POWELL'S MODEL RANCH f
Large mules suitable for
sugar and rice work railway m
biiilcliiig etc. Eef erences: f
Hon. J. B. "Wells . Tthr
J eia. Address JNf. R. Powell j
e Pettus Bee Co. Texas. 1
7 7 .-j.
Concert In Matamoros.
There will be a benefit concert at
the grand opera house in Matamo-
ros Sunday evening August 30
given by the young ladies of the
city. Many features of deiightfdl
entertainment wjll be on the pro-
gramme and the friends of refined
eial amusement from each of the
in titles are respectfully invited
to attend. Admission fees will he
reasonable the receiptsto be donat-
ed to the hospital and toward the
material improvement of Matamo-ros.
The New Schooner Line
COMPOSED OF THE SCHOONERS
Brazos Beacliam and Pierce Simpson
ncarnate Word Academy. !
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS I
j A boarding and day school for yonDg ladies conducted by the sisters of the
j Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament. The buildingislarge commodious 4-
i. ail finely ventilated the grounds spacious. "The Academy is one of the .
oldest in Texas and is chartered by the State.
j? The graduating course of studies may be pursued in Englsh or in Spanish.
. The following optional subjects are also taught: Instrumental and vocal K
mnsic drawing painting in oil or in water colors also on china etc. artifi-
t cial flowers wax works Jbrench and bpamsh.
f Young ladies who do not attenl the school will be permitted to lecrn the
For terms apply to tho
$100 REWARD -51G0.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
tho only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a consti-
tutional treatment . Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system thereby destroying the founda-
tion of the disease and giving the pa-
tient strength by building up the con-
stitution and assisting nature in doing
its wcrk. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers that they
offer one Hundred Dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes-
timonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & Co.
Sold by Druggists 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Neiv Yoi New Orleans Galveston
and l$vazos Santiago.
For freight space and ether information apply to
Keu.v-Pat.ve Co. Ltd. 220-22 Herman Bid. New Orleans. La. )
Frank L. Kirk Galveston Tex. ASe"Ts r
GEORGE MORE Agent and General Mccnager
1844. L. Muioz Successors. 190o
. F. S. SCHRECK Managing-Partner.
General Foreign and Domestic Merchandise
Specialties.- Woodford Co. TT'niskey Fine Crockerv
Lime and Gravel.
S? ONE BLOCK EAST OP OPERA
John W Hoyt
- - AGENT OF - -
aters Pierce Oii Co.
Advertisement placed iu this column Snnniinc in t..i
at 5 cents per line first insertion; sub- Supplies U10 trade with
sequent insertions 4 cents until sis ILLUMINATING AND LUBRICAT-
insertions and 3 cents per line afterward. G 0IL OF EVERY QUALITY
Also Turpentine Linseed Oils Gaso-
Magnolia Dairy Farm
Shears & Putegnat. Proprietors
Will deliver Fresh Milk on and af-
t. 1 1 nno nn 1
ici nunc x jouo iii iu terns u uuari i; o.ii. ' '
r-; ' ; ' I WAXTRnvnrrxvrv.x-f. ...h5.e' Candles Grease etc.
wcTAll"'u 1 . " . . " sens liasoline Engines 1 1-2 to 50 Horc
fn& Vint riti . Ti - i ... -AVJAC
ings in all Departments. Gooti Salaries.
I Rapid Promotions. Examinations soon.
I Particulars Free.
j Inter-State Cor. Inst. Cedar Rapids
la. 71 2 ms.
Agricultural ii Mechanical Collage of Texas
The Technological College of Texas. Tuition free. NeeessarJ
College expenses .$150.00 a sessiou. Labor fnnd for needy students-
Minimum e of admission 1G. Applicants IS or more may enter with"
nut examination if capable. Lnrge ndditions to equipment. .Military
A H RICULTD R A L DE PA RTMENT.
Lectures laboratory and nxperimental work in Hgricnlture hor-
t'cnltnre animal husbandry dairying veterinary science agricultural
L.t.emistry and economic entomology.
Courses in civil railroad mechanical electrical and sanitary
engineering and architecture. Manual training for teachers.
Four years course in textile engineering. Students received next
Thorough training in English History Economics Mathematics
German Freuch Spanish Physics Botany Chemistry aud Geology.
Technical courses required of all students. For catalogues address .1.
A. linker. Secretary College Station."
David F." Houston L. L. D.
SinlfQliP rrffPQ I ed a car load of mules and Horses. For
il VfiVO i8.fi V 5 fl IlUo;sale at my stable with Guarantee or
Fl DIIR Jdexican : moner refunded. Come early and get
iL-UUn. coin choice. W. B.Barbee.
Ivy Patent per bbl 11 00 For latest styles of men's neck-
-. "J 00 wear the A. W. Cowen & Bros.
Uwi ' a. make call at H. Grunewald's.
LARD. ! Fresh creamery butter arrived on
Fairbanks in .tierces lS last Manteo. Ruthven & Ford.
13 16 17 18 and 2S cents per pound.
According to class.
Ql IP AD ust arr'vecl Ijy 'anleo chopped
bub AH. t 'dried beef and potted ham. Ruth-
Standard Granulated 14 ven & Ford.
White Sugar lb 12 T . ... .
Brown Sugar per lb 8. and 91 Just amved by Manteo Daisy
ninr 1 vneese uoiumoian Lream anuiung-
Power with or without Centrifu-
Si .ungating iimps.
SELLSSEWIXQilACHIXES NEW OR OLD.
KEEPS NEEDLES OIL AXD EVEnYTniXO
ELSE FOR THEIR USE . REPAIRING SAT-
ISFACTORILY DONE. RENTS SEWINQ
HACHINES: RENTS AMBULANCES.
Les Bos Naciones.
Hamilton-Brown shoes all styles
; and John B. Stetson hats at Grune-
8 cents Mexican per poui.d.
- FENCE WIRE-
Per lb '. 10K
Soda per pound j 17c
iuc-iSac per pound luc
Box. 12 lbs 1 50
I have other bargains too numerous
Walter B Austin.
CHANGE ON ALICE BRANCH.
A change of time is to be made
nt-xt week by the Aransas Pass on
its Alice branch. Under thisjtliange
trains will not reach Alice until
S:43 p. m. making connection with
the train leaving San Antonio at
2:15 p. m. At present all passengers
for Alice leave hero on tKe morning
train and arrive at their .destina-
TEXAS' RICE EXHIBIT.
Texas should arrange for a great
rice exhibit at the St. Louis Fair.
The space for this exhibit should
be sufficiently large to show a
miniature rice Sold under irriga-
tion showing the plant pumps
canals and ditches tho machinery
emploj-ed in cultivating a crop
harvesting and threshing. All this
tion in the afternoon. After the new will bo done by the Stale of Louis
time card becomes effective pass- iana and why should not those in-
cngers will leave Alice about 7 a. terested in the great and growing
m. arriving here at 1:35 p. m. in- rice industry in Texas make tho
stead of late in the afternoon. ame kind if not a better display.
The mixed train now running Texas Stockman and Farmer
between Yoakum and Skidmore
will also be withdrawn froir service. TEACHF-RS INTERSTATE
e 0 EXAMINATION COURSE.
Teachers wishing to prepare for ex-
minatioas should write t cr.ee. to
Prok. J. J GRAHAM LL . D..
154 Randnlnlt Rnilrlin. Alt-urnls
nished with bath. vntral!v located. Tenn.. for particulars ooncr-nn- bis!
For tern- ar.i.lv t s.11 Teachers; Exam-can-m -;c. .
1 ' This omrse is taught by jnan aud
" ' . I XWX" ' -. T. 1 a V. .WIIIHiHtlVU ili
. 1 every State in the Union Leading
j educators pronounce it the best course
iNotntng jolts a lovelorn vouth'ever offered to the TachinfriJ
1 '- w'-inc fm- i a'-rV Unj ! proiession ana all i ea hrs WLbinc tn S
Waging lor a g.rl s hand and . advance in thi profession shoald im-lft
rcc. virg her father's fouf. mediately avail themselves of it En-'y.
I close stamp for reply.
Lodging for Rent.
Comfortable rooms nicelv
all kinds can be had at
OB ELIZABETH STREE1
Jellies and Jams.
Qatmeal and Rice.
Knlmogs and Spice.
MAGkere-l and Macaroni.
Qood oods for tbemoney.
Qnions if you please
yeriniselli Canned Fruit.
Everything that's Hire. .
fgever Fails to Suit.
nolia Milk. Ruthven tt Ford.
Blackwell Durham Horse Shoe
and Toothpick tobaccoes just arriv-
ed by Manteo. Ruthven it Ford.
Amekigax restaurant. I have
opened the American restaurant on
11th. Street opposite First National
Bank. First class American cooked
meals everything clean and agree-
able 25 cents U. S. cy. Board by
month $1S. Wjl Forster.
2 he public find an
extensive assortment of
DRY GOODS SHOES FATS
JE7ELET AND SADDLES at
prices without competi-
SoirLas Dos JTaciones2!!
CMTHTrMA.V3WJ i IU I I II 111 !! il
notice of meeting
Office of St. Louis Brownsville &
Mexico Ry Co. Corpus Christi Tovas.
Notico is hereby given that a special
stockholders' meeting is called for Sept.
22 1903 at the temporary of-
ficas of this company at Corpus
Christi Texas for the puirposo of au-
thorizing an increase of the capital stock
Lire Stock Broker
-Agricultural lands KuitaU
for farming in the valley of the RIO
GRANDE also in the State of TA-
MAULIPAS MEXICO will be k.m :::
small or large tracts to suit pnrci.;w rs.
LAJSDS A SPECIALTY-
Notice of ale.
The International Saloon i- f i
to atotil of Three Million Eicht Hundred sale. Owing to tho death ot Vi
and Fifty Thousand 3850000 Dollars. jEgly the manager I have dcci-lt 1
Jhl??? ito sell my saloon property cur.-
j : l. ' collection ate Hnr nnw nnil ti
or amendments to its present charter
providing for the extension of its main
line from a point at or near Sin ton in
San Patricio county through Refugio
Victoria Calhoun Jackson "Wharton.
Matagorda Erazorio and Fort Bend
counties to the city of Houston in
Harris county; with a branch from said
extended main line from a point not
more than six miles distant from Che-
nango in Brazorio county to the city
of Galveston in Galveston coun-
ty. Also for a branch from its
prcteenc main line at Kingsville
in Nueces county southwe through
Hidalgo county to a point sixty miles
distant therefrom in Starr county.
Attest: URIAH LOTT
collection etc. For price and terms
see the undersigned.
Mrs. Kattie E. Leahy.
Wasted. Position as governes
by ladr who has had several years'
experience in chool work and is
also a competent music teacher.
Best references as to qualifications
and character. Will accept position
with family in South or West Texas
or in Mexico Applyat Heralp
TEXAS' COTTON CROP.
Texas is now producing abo:i:
one-third of the American cotton
crop and one-fourth of the world -supply.
This important position
she will continue to hold. It is es-
timated that only 25 per cent of
the available cotton land in Texas
is yet under cultivation. Accepting
this as correct and making due al-
lowance for results from improved
i methods of cultivation it is safe to
estimate the possible cotton pro-
duction of this State alone at 15-
000000 bales. Texas Stockman
Fish is said to be excellent brain
food but it seems a pity in some
cases to waste fish.
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 43, Ed. 1, Monday, August 24, 1903, newspaper, August 24, 1903; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth144283/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .