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Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1892, Brownsville, Texas yX on fby tfe Of iU for UM dirtoUd uk when by H moh right in v by Uttor or In to notify thU Any Mich oh by recent heaf y rises in river the whole conn try and has keen a stagnant the resa i cat man asked what was the condition of and the doctor replied it wan Mr S iGLKj m balls About Itho The trato far PoiiUt Wt noau tto day There present an abundance of gnhie tin iblw luarikut Mr E 8 postmaster at fcunta Maria iiiin the city All the new oftfciaU shave Judge IPVfto didnot loday tor q The Pro GatUedraJ iis be ly decorated to steamboat Beasie will for Rio Brando Cty r Mr was yesfcirday Imt w Tomorrow will theHrat out for ihe mu Intin of f freight or will ut unlock JBlc Fort Rinjppldt v No v cavalrj troapi hate retttrfUKl aiid repoirt every thinj quiet np the river Major U on his was to which will come to FertRinggold ifotake com wwd of this post major L T Morris vrho is away on H furlough BArruda groceries Fresh 1 with duker ttt ivijd by Beer Wm and Thof thr Tabor flacle below town Thursday and be sides Killed which seven feet from tip to tij cif aiirf feet from to bill birdt liaye saine value The Caller re pejptfroin Mr M T Gaffhey of a roll of the o f we wiser and Jtfalr Caller 4J HIM ii said H vjaitor tlmt inca here di accord youi daily a better i hnu they do Six times a week the little daily coition ont telling all the local woll as the und I hopw yon will lire for tlint it about the enter pi in the cjty that I have so far And I notice that o tuw uf yuiir w owglit to luvc in Hdvertis Were the liaily tc COMBO woulJ then Mr t iu the tlollj fe he Stark G Thi marriaire of fitarck Jr Snrab A will iho at lialt We regret to learh that W pipkin had the ito hive arm broken itwro days silica the broken toy soon The residency a cut of which appears liy v Beid con e Caller wa Siitii iractori 1 uf I dun7t liuw yon CHU uianatju to koup it wp with the you Juive WJiy nir if I was rnnninjfa horo in the Dnily Caller for I know of riuthing tuoro A to i iiifttter how the lUe Your JDfiricliants doiitfseeiin to stingy for they patronize nearly eyery advertising sciieme that cemes but aoinehow they live wi l h 6 u t pa t ron Is i t the city HW5biitecitvre arid n theaity It H of syvernl thorisaid Hiui is Wn SsiuUi f r t Af nieet4nj Sefior Don Pedro JJicffw of Montrey i poatuftiees for Mejcico tie at Poifit Isabel yesterday Vpontijthe day looking JirawtiMriile Stfior iSi ttor as with our little rity and Bjitai n ly a wrxn g i d en f or 1 1 1 e in 1 6 that i shoiiid be to sUut down yourdiij ly tbey will poon realize that they tnadea inittake in wot at patronage town liva H little daily not half the one you have I lierel merchant in the with but J lew tipns patron ijte it for it The that m kbeping it no they are rcr tiling the town just that TJo Ip for 1892 arenow due t oar tlie and payable l3thef Collector will be HJt dUlJcoort house daily to receive All taxts not on or before December Ststl be this Gty FhysJciari F j Combo Nor was Hie riiuch jlclcness i aeot the nature ofit to which doctor replied Jt ii t sheli grippe asniuny have but kind of ipaUi JuJ feyir brougWi grocery itorc a t he and neiiced assoon tbo nia Jint in TJie w ill be bured u Hollo w ltd will only be the begin nnk of a nuuiOer oif which j v i i t ill be bored irrigatiMg pur 4iii rkutffr The iicbooner Liberty arrived at Jontrnl whart Iroiii Gal for Judje our ly elcciv4 j l no uuu of ilia jjiVa the Hale A JLO JJ EN UY F CELEST1W JAfiOU COMMISSION MERCHANT IMPORTED OF wip JWBIES OF litKIHII IVf TUB BEST BBAND3 Sporting Goods Shot Guns Pistols Rifles mid Ammunition PALE LAGEE and SCHLITZ Always Received by tlie Car load and Itand treeh OOMPtFTK STOCK OF THE FIJCE8T IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC Wioea Ale Cigara Oil Mineral Htid dolicaciea of always ou hand attention given to all Orders by Alaii or otherwise SOLICITED ELIZABBTtt New York tt M RAPHAEL Texas RAPHAEL Lawyer Bio Grande RI At Benj KowaUkis Barrada Brfl sol 1 stra w berry and preserved by the pound A sago just received at Ime a nice lot of jellies and preserves iu glass j lemonade at Mike Dry Staple Goods Boots Shoes and Groceries Kads Hats Caps Skirts ad Ofaws KfltiwB and hmty toies ALL EUROPEAN GOODS KEPT IN OQB MATAMOBOS Orders Promptly Aiteuded To t Bwjwnsville Texas DRY GOODS trmsiiillt TMU Maiums lauo S M nlell DEALERS Ctodds Boots Shoes Hats Notions V A i munition iV
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