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BROWNSVILLE TEXAS, MONDAY APRIL 26, i39ft
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BIO GRANDE tASDSE NO.
81 A- F. & A. 3L Isi
dore ..Salts, W. Jf.;
tL SStansoo. S. 17.;
"W. A. Neale, Secretary;
A.3gonu 8. Wt, BobL
D.alxelL Treaatirfer; B. C.
JJa&v; J."W;B. BL Wallfc
J. D.; G, ,7: .Miller,
tiller. Yieitlng brethren
cordially invited, iodge
sdte irtt aha third Ttfesday in each, moutb.
10. X. O. O. P. Milton
-J. Flstcher, Noble
Grand; 3obn M
Haynes, "Vies Grand;
fcrsni Smith, Secretary; John 3. Stucke, Trea
iareci Victor 'Egly, Jr., Sittteg Past Grand,
George "W. Jiller, D. D. G. SL The Iodge
tooeta at 7:30 p. m. every Wednesday night.
Vislttn brethren and .all Odd Fedows ,in
looditanding u- cordially invited to attend?
KNIGHTS OF SONOB
I.ODGE NO. . 8730.
MA Hanion, jr., Dicta
tor: K. A. Browne Vice
Dictator; Jesse O.
iir;rnra Champion, Past Dictator; H. Sherwood
Jenorter; J. B. Sharpe, Financial Exporter; A.
Stark, Treasurer; J. J- Smith, Chaplain; u.
Leahy; Guide, Dimaso Lenaa Guardian; Domingo
Bennvidez, SentshcL Tmstees: F. J. Combe. C.
Saeza,and A. A. Browne. LoJ so meets second
bd fourth TueadaVa of each month.
Catholic Eotghts of Amebic, t, Josephs
Brancli, No. 745 Jleeta on the 1st and 3d Tues
day of each month at 8 p. m., from Jay 1st to
0th and at 7 p. m., from Oct. 1st to April 30th of
tech. month in Branch Kail at St. Joseph's College
Ipiritual Director; Bev. Fr, Sirois. Resident: A.
ki Browne; Vice-?rM;sdent; Fred. . Comba, Bee
Secretary; John P. Putegnat Finandai Secretary;
Becj. O. Hieis, Treasurer; M. Fer landez jr.,
gergUat arms J. P. Scanlan, Sentinel; Fantoa
Vaidea. J"r- Trnatees. Jesse Thorham, F. J.
Dombe, A. A. Browne.
HONCXING AM WirS3 OTSIO NTANAE
Jc:;ABANSAS PASS andJf EXICAN NATION.
; '- All Bailtrays-
JEhis Line Oarrip.s the United
. States Mail on Schedule
: Time of 40 fioiira.
'Stages Leave' Alice and Browm
v viile DhiIj at 6 a. m (Sun
a days ihciudud) nd arrive
at DfBtinHtion he
BATES OF FABE.
-RotUld Tfip Ticket . . . . i i . . . i . . ;S 22.5j
Chllclren under 12 years half fare.
Children under five years free.
f:' PROF, AMD HAHA6EB -
or-B'ine Whisk.'jsj Wiin8 Cog ac
DimBBtie and Imported Cigare,
0igareUti5 and Tobacco of
!8H!i S. PAREOES- & CO .
u lius- uui
8 iLonunenta sSa!oGn
Table aupplidd -ith fresh rlsh, oyster
1 jjanleand vegetables.
-j3onfortable arid well furnished rooms
in connection with restaurant.
Mrs. B. Abadie Proprietress
Elizabeth " Slreeb
(Scuscesiof to CJhristian He.s.,
"'- -DEALER IN-
ma lEHOHPOISE -
hesFnce .Paid, For Ooantry
AlOEtoY AT LAW, " ..
Brownsville : . ; . Texoz.
ffice Secoad Floor Bio Grasde Bwteoad Baildiag
"Will practic xa ay ti tbe Courts, State or Federal
and'ahdjrailro&d litigaaoH, the invoeiigatioa of
i ties asd prejwraiJeB of abstracts , specialties.
li fl. GOODRICH,
DKAXKB IN B&Ai ESTATK
Complete Abstracts of Cameron
County, &ept In The Office.
1 H. MARIS,
LAWYER AD LAND AGENT
MONEY" TO LOAN Ott
Office in Dalzell i3uilding oil
TNO. I. ELLEIBER,
)ffice over First National Bank
Will practice in any of the
-onrte of Iup btate when Bpecially
TT7 N. PARKS,
-ATTORNEY AT LA.W:
Brovonsville:: :::':': iir.::::i:Texds.
Temporary office over Pellat Restaurant
Will practico in any of the courts, State or
Federal. Special attention given to perfecting
Will pradtice in all Federal and
JO UN P. KELSEY,
ATTORNEY a f LAW;
Will practice in the Federal and
liio Grande Oiii - - lexas.
JASi H. ED-WARDS
ATTOItipY AT LAW. -Land
Titles Investigated and
Hidalgo: : .: : : : : : : : : Texas
MORG-AN S. S.
SODTHERR PACIFIC COKPAMY,
Steanitirs make trips ' between
Morgan City or New Orleans
and Brazos Santiago,
via Galveston aboiifc .
every 10 days
For farther information Sail ofi or
XI. . KiXSBtfltY. AdEanc.
And Fancv Goods of al! De.crip I
tionp, snituble for
WeddiRf M Birthday Presents f
-Insic, Books, Stationery, tdysf t?ens
Inks, Jewelry, Silver wareFancy
I Goods of every descflptiori
.tust received By
-- Brownsville, Texas. -
BAT GERM DESTROYER
Disinfectant, Deodorizer i Intistptle.
FOR SAFETY, CLEANLINESS AND fcOHFiMT
USE IT !M EVERY SICK-ROOM,
Will keep the atmosphere pure
and-ivholesome removing all
J5ad odors from, any source.
Will destroy all Disease Germs,
infection from all . jFevmsf
and all GontagioMs JDiseases.
A second case of Scarlet Fever hxs never beea
known to Occur where the. Fluid iras, freely Used.
YEixovr rsvSK nas
CGNTAQIOH 1 Blacx Vnat had ta-
it-r ruA.UK. iva use la
SMALL-POX wiU pre
vent prmSG. Th
urorst cses of TJipw-
tiieria Have tikldkd to it. Attendants on
the Sick ferin secure Protection from In
fectious Diseases by using the Fluid.
Perfectly harmless, used internally or externally.
AS AN INTERNAL piS!NFECTANT
Taken or Injected or used as a wash it
allays Infianixnatfon and corrects bSTea
sive discharges. The Fluid is a certain
cure for Diarrhoea, Dysentery and In
flammation of tlie Bowels. Being-Alkaline
in its nature it will often aftord
complete reUef from Heartburn, Acid
ity of the Stomach and Dyspepsia.
EKDORSED By t. Marioa SitcSi-M. D., Jos.
Le Contc, M. D., ProC H. T. Lupton, Bishop Geo.
F. Pierce. Bishop W. iL "Vightiaan, Rev. Chas. F.
Deems, Rev. Richard Fuller, Hon. Alex. H.
Stechens. Hon. A. J. Walker, and many others.
ZEILIK & CO., Phttmiatpto.
Hois prepared with one of
ihe finest Trial Cases containing
a fall assortment of spherical
and cylindrical lenses, prisms
bphtalraoscopc for .inspection
of the interior of the eye and
other optical instruments for
examinatioh of the eyes, selec
tion of eye glasses and spec
tacles. Remember that yon run trie
risk of impairing yoitr oj'eslgbt
when you trust the examination
of the eye and selection of glass
es to spectacle dealers.
See Dr. Gr. Natanson office
up stairs over the
From and after Oct 1th., 1896
regular passenger train will-
ran as follows:
Leaves Brownsville (Daily) at 9 a. m:
" Point Isabel ,- 4 p. m
HOT! AND COLD
AT L. A. ft-GUSSET'S
p"Also a fall line of tobaccos,
dinars; pipes and smokers material.
ELIZA BiSIt STREET
W A LLIS -RUBEIBltl
' PHOTOGRAPHERS, .
" Are introducinjj new-iind 5 elect style's
I of work at their parlorS; Als6"-nev styles
of fancy card inounts.
PPJin5 a?d enlargements in crajbn
done. Inspection of work invited,
Photo partors next to Ui S. resen-alionj
FOfi REJi'T J
The Milfe'rfs Hotel b'uiidm hav-
lflg heeu completely repaired is of-;
fered for rerit fofr hotel purpod
s ieasonaoie ratea. AdtjI v to -Fran
Olfl-TlfwcirTaVfifarc frV- e-ilci i-
0 UldilOd It.
V?M. S. HOLltf AN BEAD.
The Old Watchdog of lbs tfeaa
uryJEnds His Yigili.:
Washington, April 23 Kep
resetitative Hoi man of Indiana
died at his home here at 2:05 p.
in., after ah illness of some
weeks. Spinal meningitis was
Judge H6rmads dpatti was
due primarily to a fall he sus
tained early this mouth as the
resultof an attack of Tertigo
At the deathbed were gathered
bis foUr children, Mrs W. E.
Fletcher, W. S. Holman, jr.
Mrs. Fred Harvey and Paul
Holman, all of this ciljk
William Steel Holman Would
have passed the three quarter
century mark had he lived un
til next September, and hie
career is remarkable for v the
large proportion of his life that
was giving men and few dead
men have a record asbe didt
of sixteen terms in the house
or representatives, and iti all
fifty four years of his life was
spent in sonie publio capacity,
beginning with a judicial pos
ition in his native State' and
winding up in the house of rep
resentativesj which be first
entered in thg Thirty-sixth con
gress. Mr Holnian was a great
force in political affairs for
many years and even of late
wben advancing age made it
harder for him to meet the
more severe demands of his
place he was an honored and
respected counsellor in the.dem
ocratic Jparty caucuses, where
bis ripe wisdom and long polit
ical experience was freely avail
ed of in shaping party politics.
"As the "watchdog of the ti-pas
Ury," he was known to the
American people, and the pol
icy of strict economy that he
Consistently pursued when in
charge of the appropriation
bills has-been followed so long
that it has. come to be regarded
as one of the party teneiits in
Mr. Itolman was borh in In
diana in the, country at a little
pioneer homestead in Dearborn
counryi canea veraestau, m
September, 1822. His congres
sional -career began with the
Thirty-sixth congresses and
out of the twenty congresses
that have elapsed siricd that
time he has been absent from
only four$ namely, the Thirty
hiuthf Forty fifth, iiWh sitftb
and Fifty fourth, an almost un
JOHN J.OSBPH NODRI
Once an Inniate of a Lunatic
, :- Asylum'. " "
San Francisco',- Aprils 22. -The
strangeness of trmh has
of ten been commented upon as
j exceeding the most fanciful
flights of flctiori.
An iilU8tratio'h of this is fiirn
ished in tha careerrof John
Joseph Nouri, who has been
crowned J. natriarch"
iOhaldean pontifical cathedral
at. Tfichnr- Wtna-r unrt- ia I
UL '- ettT h.JSldHW
B'our years ago he was commit
ted by Judge Walter H. BeVyj
tr fVlka sinlnm tn' V ?i-.a.anAt
at Napa; and there he remain
d until September, 1893, when
through the effort's of M. M.
Poote, president of tiie Call
fornii Association forthe Pro
tection of Persons lie wat re
stored to liberty.
The Her. Chaltriers Easton,
formerly a Presbyterian min
ister in this city, now, of Wash
ington; is Credited with having
learned the facts in a letter from
the Rev. H. Barrows of Chicago,
who is at present traveling in
On June 23, 1S92, there ar
rived in this city from India a
man who; by big tiress, bis
maimer audc his speech, was
easily recbgfiifced as an Oriental
religious studeht. Not less re
markable than his appearance
was the story he told. He biaiiii
ed to have discovered the re
mains bf Noah's ark oh the
summit of Motint Ararat;
-When released From the asy
luiri Nouri claimed to have been
robbed of four medals studded
with diamonds valued at 2500,
the gift of the Chaldean Greek
church; of a negotiable note for
$500 and of his credentials.
Dr. Chalmers Easton believed
in him and helped him in his
journey Eastward. Later bh he
displayed his knowledge bf
Greek in Washington at the
Smithsonian institute; he tran
slated the heiroglyphics on
stone tablets there with sur
prising ea3b. Intent on making
his journey around the world;
he traveled on to London and
from there came,- in May, 1894,
the story that he intended to
SUe the United States govern
raent for 5.000.000 damages
for his ill treatment while on
his solourn here. Now comns
the climax to the story in the
letter from the Ilev. J. H. Bar
rows, declaring that John
Joseph Nouri, the deposed king
of the Chaldeansj has bpen re
stored; that hie claim have been
recognized, arid that the man
who was booked as" nnkpt
and with the lackluster eye of
a lunatic" is living in splendor
in a palace in TrichUr. -
Lfed Astray .r'Sad aboutthat
burglar; he told me how his i-a
reer as a hardened criminal
"How was it?"
"Mis wife Used to-sent uim 6
hunt things in her loj. bureau
TWO FIGHTERS DEAD..
Billy Verrfoft Died at PhiTadel
. p'hia and Frank Evans at .
San Jose After a
Philadelphia, F:r April 22;
-Billy Veniori of Haverstraw,
N. Y., who was injured iri a
fight with Lestia Pearce at Ath
ens, Delaware ccftinty, on Tues
day night, died at 5 o'clock
this morning in the Presbyte
rian Kbspifal. From the.rno-
mnf -Kp rriillafVcArl in-thn fntir-
z'x.s4Zt-.., f .1
Celebrated for its- great leavening
strength and heafthfulness. Assuresth6
food against alum and al! forms of adul-i
teration comnibn to thh cheap brands.
koTAl, BAKIXG POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Unconscious lip to the time of
his death. Leslie Pearxe is 'in
jail at Media, being- held with
out bail. That Vernon's death
was due id hear faldws there
cari be but little doubt While
several jpersoris claim that he
was not struck oyer the heaft,
there are at least fifty reputd
ble witnesses who say that the
"Brkkmaker' was struck four
heavy bldws over the heart: iir
the fourteenth round before
his collapse. Ah examinaticrl:
at the hospital showed that the
left side of Vernon's body was
much swollen and cuscolored
in the region of the heart.
Pearce will be given a hearing;
on Monday next at Mediai
Warrants were issiied yester
day for the arrest of all persons;,
in any vay cbririected with the5
Olympic club; which pullecUSff
the fight, and they have beeri
taken into custody, with the ex
ception oi hvd; ;
FROM A RIGHT HANDERi
San Jose, Cal., Aprill ' 22.
Frank Evans, lightweight pugi
list, died triis morning- of con
cession of the brain caused by
a right hander on the ciliri de
livered by Matt Lemichy in thd
fourteenth round of a fight be
forethe San Jose Athletic club;
LemichV is in jail, charged with
Washington. Mr. Lanhani
of Texas has introduced a bill
entitled "To reduce thepxi
penditures of the government;
to decrease Federal salaries
and to discourage the office
seeking industry,' which pro
a reduction ihthe
- .salaries of all persons on the
rolls of the United States ZZXA
Highest Honors World's FairV
Goli Medal, Midwinter Fair,
A Pare Grejw Creaaof TkCk '?&&?
40 YEARS fHE STATART-'
& celebrated Kataiaaaoowto
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