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VOL V
SOCIETIES
BIO GKASDE LODGE SO
81 A F fc AM BW
Brooks TV JM M
doro Jarks S W 31
Wcrbiski S I > TV A
Kcalo Secretey Bobt
DalzelU Treasurer R C
Vacy i W n n WaUls
J D G W Miller
Tvlcr Visiting brethren
cordially invited Iiodge
peeta r t and third Tues < iay In ciclimoutb
EXCE1S10R LODGE NO
10 I O O K Milton
Fletcher Soblo
iy
Grand Join M
Sgip Haynes Vies Grand
Vrank Smith Secretary John 3 Stucke Troa
Vurer Victor Euly Jr citttcR Tasi Grand
Georso AT VUifr D V G JI The Lodge
rn < eets at 730 > fl ovory Wednesday night
> r sltaig brethren and all Cdd Tedows lln
good standing ro cordially avrftod to attend
EJUGHT3 OF HONOR
LODGE JtO 3730
t ° r 1 A Browne Vice
W IHctito Jtsso O
fca Dis
f g gsJ Wheeler Assistant
it Frank Champion FastDictitor H Sherwood
rEportec J B Si n > e Tirancial Reporter A
if
turk Treasurer J J Suith Chaplain
Leahy Guide Damaso Ormi Guardian Domingo
Bennvides SenUc l Trusteed F J Combe 0
Gaeza and A A Lrowue Loi e meets second
Ind IJsrth Tuesdays of each month
CirnoLto Ksioms or amecica St Josephs
Branch No 715 tfcets on the 1st acdr3d Tnes
dayofeachraonthat8 p m from Jay lal to
SOth and at 7 p m from Oct 1st to Apnl 30th of
each month in Branch Hall at St Josephs College
Spiritual Director Rev FrSirois Piesident A
A Browne VicePresident Fred J Combe Tlec
jiecretary JohnPPutegnatrinanjial Secretary
Benj O B3eis Treasurer Jf Fernandez ir
Eergt at arum J P Sbanlan Sentinel Fanlos
Valdes jr Trustees Jesse Thofham F J
Combe A A Erovce
For Gui Whiskij Win 3 Otig irtf
DuimeliK and Imp irt d Gig rf
Ci < itreitusand TtihhCCuof
All Ivindp
OT 8 PABEBES SO
Lroprlctorst
fcroionwille 7 ex
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COSNECTING AT AUCE WITH SAN ANTONIO
ARANSAS PASS and JEXIOAN NATION
AL BaUrayk
iThiB Line Carries the United
States AlaiT on Schedule
Time of 40 Hours
Stages Leuve Alice and Brownp
ville Daily at 6 a m Sun
dav6 included wnd nrrlve
at DStinatioti the
nest Evening
EATE3 OF FARE
feotradTrip Ticket S225
One Trip 1500
Children under 12 years half fare
Childrentinder five years free
yOLPHSKUgt BrownsvilleTe >
THOS BEYNO
PROP AHO QAHAfiER
00 To
ir i ll < 3 > < S >
Table supplied vitli lre h fi h oyster
game and vogatables
Oonrortablu and wpII furnished room
in connection with restaurant
Fresh T3bHj o = i Ci trd and Smoker
Jlaieii
E izMhth S roc
CIS
A
Succesooi to CbriHtimiBTef
DEALER IN
iESEaiL mmm
flijuesfc t rier Ptil ir C Miitr
Lron
lift
SUMMER EXCURSION
TIME imtE
OF THE
From and after June 15th 1S90
regular paEsenger train will
run aa follows
Passenger TrJrfnljetween Browng
villo and Point Isabel in effect
on and after June 15
llEGULAR TKAIN
Leaves Brownsville Daily at op m
730 am
C15 pm
8 < 15 am
roint Isabel
Arrives
Brownsville
EXCURSIOH TKAINS
Lve Bvilleevery Saturday at 5p m
Sunday 9a m
iPclsaliel 4p m
Excursion tickets are good until Mon
day mornings train
E2 rConiuiutation cards good for thirty
firbt clitss round 5trips transferable
to members of ones family good unti
September 30th 1890 will be sold for
2500 ilesican coin
JOSE celayA
GENERAL AKAGER
BROKER
BROWNSVILLE TBJT
REPRESENTSTHIfi LARGEST
GROCERY DOUSE IN
THE SOUTH
Sella Alcohol in bond Olive Oil
Vinegar Potatoes nod Dried
Frnits Wmea Jjiqnors
Grain in ar lot CotTee
Rice and MoIupsrb
hlAHUFACTURERS MBIT
For Arcbiteotnral Iron Work Fennes
RitiliDcs and Jails Firo itnd
Bnrtjlar Proof Snfos Coffin
Tnmtniii 8 Stoves Per
fumery and SonpB
A FULL STOOK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
JgF ° Write For Piicia arul Tennfi
Headiuart ro
y S18 u I h
nd Fancy Gonds ofall Dcscrip
ioi1a duttxhlc For
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Tuaic Books Stationery toys lNjos
Inks IeVelry Silverware l tncy
Gools of overy description
Juat received by
HIS GEO K tAUSSE
Bro viii ile Tctjis
VOBi
MORGAN S S >
LINE
SOUTHEBH PJieiRC CflMPAHY
ATLANTIC S STli3I
Sleinirrs make trips brthween
Morgan City or New Orleans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galvestoii about
eveiy 10 days
For further information call on or
address
4
L B KINGSBURY Agext
1
ASK thcrecoVercd
dyspeptics bilious
sufferers victims of
tever and ngue tho
mercurial dfseascd
patient how they re
covered health cheer
ful spirits and Rood
appetite they will tell
> ou by taking Sim
mons LlvEtt KlCU
LATOK
The Cheapest Purest and Best FamUy
Aledicine In the World 1
For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION Jaun
dice Bihons attacks SICK H KADACHB Colic
Depreuion of Spirits SOUR STOMACH
Heartburn etc This unrivalled remedy is
warranted not to contain a single particle of
MERCURY or any mineral substanco but is
PURELY VEGETABLE
containing those Southern Roots and Herb9
which an allwise Providence has placed in
couniri < s Ttert Liver Diseases most prevail
It w III cure oil Diseases caused by Derange
ment of the Iier and Bowels
The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint ore a
bitter or bad taste in the mouth Pain in tho
Back SidtsoJoints often mistaken for Rheu
matism Sour Stomach Loss of Appeue
Bonds alternately costive and lax Headache
Loss of Memory with a Tafnful sensation of
ha ins failed tii do something YKth ought to
nave been done Debillt Low Spirits a thick
ytllow appearance of the Skin und Eyes a dry
Cough often mistaken for Consumption
Sometimes many of these Sjiriptoinh attend
the disease at others verv fen but the LIVER
is centrally the seat of the disease and If not
Regulated in trae Rrent suffering wretched
ness and DEATH will ensue
The following hiKh > esteemed persons attest
to the virtues of bimmons Livtr Rtgulaton
Gen XV Sttult Pres OaB W R R Co Rev
Lit Folder Perrv Oa Col E K Sparks Al
ny Go C Masterson Esq Sheriff Bibb Cat
t a Hon Alexander H Stephens
We hne tested Us Mrtues personally and
know that for Dyspepsiu ISiliousness and
Throbbing Hetdacie t is thebc < t medicine tha
w orld ever saw We tried forty other remedies
before Simmons Liver Regulator but none gav o
us more than temporary relief but the Regu
1JD
lator not only relieved but cured us
TELEGRAPH and JInssENUfcH Macon Ga
MANUFRCTUREK OSIV Br
J II ZEIL1N CO Philadelphia
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
TAliES B WELLS
J
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
fflce Second Floor Rio Grande Ratlrosd Building
Will practice In any of the Conrt Ktsto or Federal
and and railroad litigation the Investigation of
I ties and preparation of abstracts specialties
T B GOOrRlOLT
ATTO RNE YATL A W
DEALER I KBAL EPTATK
Joiaplete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In The Office
BROWNSVILLE TEX
p H MARIS
LAWYER AND LAND AGENT
MONEY TO LOAN ON
GOOD SECURITY
Office in Dalzell Building on
Levee Street
Brownsville 7exas
1NO I KLE1BER
ATTORNEYATLAW
ilioc over First National Bank
Brownsvillu Texas
Will practice in any of the
iourts of thf State when 6becially
employed
TH N PARKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
temporary ofiice over Lellat Retauratit
Will prfctfco in any of tho courts Stato or
Fcdiral fipecial attention clvcn to porfctt ig
and titles
T > B RENTFliO
ATTORNEV AND
JOUNSELORATLAW
Wil practice in all Federal alid
State Courts
BrovmsvUlc Texas
JOHN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY alLAW
Will pratrice in the Federal and
tale UourtB
Rio Grande City
lexas
fA JI EDWARDS
ATTORINTLY AT LAW
Land Titles Investipatd nrid
FlidaUjv
ibstrntits Furnislldd
Texas
Fit 11 RWT
Tbo Miller s Hotel building llav
in < r been coinilct < h repaired is of
fr rnt fur hotel purpcMU istd lo them by Mail
i i < ntt Applj to Fmn J
I i in
foijif ZfczVe it tit y ofW i g55 ir0i Uv PUe iUbU3 nj = tun y r
MAEK HANNAS PLAN
Country Denlers Threatened
With Bankruptcy and
Credit is Refused
Documentary Proof in Hand
Chicago 111 Sept 13 Cir
cular letters from Republican
national headquarters are in
possession of the Democratic
managers snowing that Mark
Hanua with the cooperation
and connivance of large man
ufacturing and mercantile firms
in the cities will not hesitate to
utterly destroy and bankrupt
country merchants who refuse
to support McKinley and the
gold standard These circulars
not only call upon traveling
rueu to place themselves in
touch with Rppublican nation
al headqnarters but also con
tain instructions to traveling
men who to operate upon the
fears of country merchants
They ate lnsiracted to inform
country merchants that if Mr
Bryan is elected there will be a
general panic throughout the
country all business houses
will close all country dealers
vho have outstanding accounts
will be summarily closed np
and that universal bankruptcy
will pravail Th y are also in
Btruced k > many instances to
refuse credit to country raer
chants who are supporting the
silver cause
Positive information to this
effect has reached Democratic
headquarters from more than a
dozen towns in Illinois This
circular letter from national
Republican haadqnaftera has
in many instances been re en
forced by letters of instructions
from large business Iiousps in
Chicago to their traveling men
on the road informing them
that if ihey do not carry out
the instructions from Republi
can headquarters and work for
McKinley and the gold stand
ard their services will be dis
pensed with
Two traveling men employed
by Chicago business houses
pers < n illy reported at Dem
ocratic headquarters that while
ihny arn for Bryan and free
silver they are compelled to
can vans for McKinley or lose
their jobs One of them show
ed a letr written by his house
one of the largest hardware
linns in Chicago slating that
if h > refused 6 work for Me
Kitiley among his customers he
would 1h discharged This man
is an ardent Bryan man These
commercial men have infonned
lneichania in several towns in
Illinois that the could not
longer receive credit unless
they came out for McKinley
and the gold standard
The result of thii general
ten origin and bulldozing has
been lo stop the sale of goods
and create Mnguntiun of bus
iiiess tliiDtitilitMlt the countiy
towns Some o heae comin r
cial men have privately stated
that they are uitkiii lliis dis
reputable kind of campaiirn ju > t
for the money Unit has been
BEOWNSVILLE TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1898
1 vr 1v n T
arc e4i
1
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest US Govt Report 4 j
rowaer
week in addition lo therr reg injunction history on the Tole
nlar salaries and commission do Ann Arbor and itdrth
from their houses It is a partMichigan road and the Jenkirifc
of their duty to talk panic and injunction restraining em
bankruptcy at the hotels where plcyes from quitting the Wif
they are stopping in country j vice of the Northern Pacific be
towns Iu many of these towns cause of a reduction of wages
they have admitted that they
are making this talk for money
It is also a part of their duty
as instructed by Mr Hanna
to make glowing representa
tions concerning the wane of
the silver movement that the
business men are solid for Mc
Kinley and that in all local
ities there will be overwhelm
ing majorities for McKinley
A careful canvass 6f the
country merchants for the
State furnished the National
Headquarters byjreliable travel
ing men shows that three
fourths of the country mer
chants and small business men
throughout this State and also
other Western States fayor
Bryan and free silver coinage
notwithstanding the daily re
ports being sent to the Nation
Republican Headquarters that
country business men are solid
fro McKinley
TO RAILROAD EMPLOYES
A R U Directors Denounce
Gold Standard Coercion
and Declare for Wil
liam J Bryan
Terre Haute Iud Sept 13
The directors of the American
Railwa Union lo night issued
an address to all members of
the A R U and to all railway
employes in the United States
denouncing the coercion of rail
way employes to join McKinley
gold standards clubs and call
ing on all wage earners to vote
for Bryan The address is sign
d by Eugene V Debs James
il an Sylvester Kelliher
William E Bnrnes R M Good
win and M JTEIliott
The address says that the
coercion practiced is of mo
mentous import describes the
method practiced as astound
ing sayb the roundhouses de
pots and shops have temporari
ly been converted into political
wigwams and that employes
are intimidated to join these
gold standard clubs by the rail
Way managers
We know of many in
etauceV says the address
where employes are plainly
given to understand that their
continuance in service depends j
on their supporting the gold
standard candidate he conn
try stands ainaed at such bold
and shameless intimidation
The address declares that it
iy not free silver alone that has
enraged this lailroad Molocli
but the attack in the Demo
bniic plat forth on government
by iijunctioii
Ilanna They are getiug S49 a thB milk iu the couoanut
under penalty of being com
mitted to jail are reviewed
The election of McKinley
says would mean the perpetua
tion of government by injunc
tion the supremacy of the cor
porations and the helpless snb
jection of employe s The
Democratic platform is com
mended In closing the addres3
says
We pledge our united and
unwavering support to William
J Bryan for President and ap
peal to railway employes anct
all workingmen to join with us
in rebuking corporate tjranny
which attempts to wrest the
sacred right of suffrage from
employes in abolishing gov
ernment by injunction and in
securing and maintaining every
right of citizenship vouchsafed
by the Constitution of tour
countr The one federal Judge
who has proven himself 16 b
immeasurably above the fcor
rupting influence of corpora
tions vho has earned the Con
fidence and gratitude of all rail
way employes Henry C Cald
well has declared that the nom
ination of William J Bryan
is the greatest since Lincoln
We heartily concur in the
declarationof this honest and
dinguished jurist
COMING HOME TO VOTE
Consul General Crittenden Will
Visit Friends in Missouri
Next Sunday September 13
ex Governor Ihos T Crit
tenden of Missouri the present
Consnl General to Mexico will
leave the City of Mexico on a
two months leave of absence
which will be spent in visits t6
Kansas City and St Louis
The main purpose of Consul
General Crittenden in leaving
his diplomatic post at this time
is that of casting hia vote in
the approaching Presidential
election but he will improve
the opportunity by visiting hia
many friends in this Slate be
fore returning St Louis Re
public
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