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0FFJ6IAL GOilMTY 080AS
"i"UE HiStALD is the tilj pap r piiMlsheri
oti the lower Rio Grande
ed xt the OatoiSce at BrOTmsv3I. Tesa&
is Sec6adCfcr3 SIfH 3iatlcr.
As w? understand it. Turkey
lias no right to existence hn
vaitse of tins religion of he
people. Galveston News.
That is, so long as their re
ligion prompts iiei people to
massacre Christians jnrfao dwell
within her domains.
BiufriiEa McDoNALd of the
Victoria Advocate fortifies Gitp
Self For the eudurance of tlie
Mate of single "blessedness
which he persists in by quoting
the following pessimistic lilies
on the subject, of matrimony:
"""lie that's married ence ma.y -be pardoned
He that marries t ice is mad j
But if you can find a foxjl
Marrying fiifice, don't spare the lad,
Flog him, fiosj him back to school;
-The old saying that it ia an
ill ivind that blows nobody
good is verified in the instance
.. iuv vv-iww.w ixww '""Krt&
amicted r tne dweilersyof the
Mississippi vallef 'fkeir great
misfortunen no aoubt reauU
2nJJSuch shorter cotton crop
xjwii usum i new iuv1 ls v v; wi
the sfjvple will inejdfce and the
cotton growers jyWier regions
7eap a corresponding nroiit.
The riducfilous scheme of
Messrs. McMinu and Evens for
fne' disfranchisement of tile
Mexican voters of Texas has
met with defeat, throngh 'the
deciskjti of judge Maxey. That
ft should Tail was notnnexpect
d, as to ati impartial observer
it appeared most unjust in its
intentions, with little if any
Constitutional basis . to stand
tipon. The Mexican citizen
has as much right to vote as
those of any other nationality.
England's manoeuvres In
Sotith Africaare being watched
hy Herr Krueger's fiitmd Em
peror William,-and a few other
crowned heads of Europe, who,
ft is said,- will not allow the
.British to annex the Transvaal
t course, it is not for love of
the South African republic that
this intervention will 6e made,
but on account of the jealousy
of the others powers of the
growth of England's possesions
fn that region of diamond and
Oits'of the most shortsing
rtfinles fhaT was ever comirifted
in the name of "Judge Lynch7'
"sfas the hanging of six negroes
at Sunny side,- not far north of
Sons Con,-by an infuriated mob
df both negroes and white men
True, "the deed for which they
were hung Vas a hein'ous crime,-
J?et the grrilt of the men was
.ildt provt-rr. Such st massacre
- as tnTs1, by nh-ri wfro prsbabty
Consider themselves raw" abid
iig citizens, is outrageotTs, and
J!ds implicated in the deed
should be punished. '1 he' state
Clonic? make an example of a
feV ofihese seff constituted ex-
-tfrcuifuiit3?,- these: respectable
-r- rfi'rderei; and at the same
rlmtfise some means to exje
dits; Tthe trial and- exenrtion
af 'fapists and mnrderers
rely something- needs- to he
- "f6n-e o correctlhe great evil of
Total "Coinage SlO,410,GS(, 0ft IS caused by torpKMiver.wHrch rreventsaigcs-
" , ' ' j honand permiaiocd toIcrineDtar.tl"autnfyia
Wljfcb lB8$0,400 WaBX? thestomach. Tfiec follow dizziness, headacue,
- 1 Gold-.
Washington, D.U May '2
The report tf the director of the
mint sliotf'B ihat during the
month f April the Total Tcoin-
agtthe United Slates iuhim
Vafc$lt),410;0S0. t3f this amount
$'8.&00,40G was in gold; $533,
000 in silver tand $74,6S0 in
minor coins. 'Of the silver toin
-ed $1,400,000 was in standard
silver dollai 8.
New York, May 1. A dis
patch to the World from Hava
na via Key West sa.yst lu a
fight within a few miles of San i
ta Clara, Friday night and Sat
urday morning, the Spanish
column uuder Colonel Aguirre
was defeated by Colonel Bar
rios with a loss of nearly 125
killed and wounded. The con
tending forces numbered about
S00 men. The Cubans drove
the Spaniards back after sev
era! machet charges. A -gtnall
rapid fire fH-hTJubans car
r-idgreat execution in the
ranks of the Soaniards. The
latter also lot four officers, the
names not being given.
An expedition was landed
last week near La Grande, San
ta Clara province. Eight hun
dred Spanish troops tried to
capture the expedition- One of
the llolchkiss guus that had.
been landed mowed the Span
iards down as they advanced
to attack. Thy stood the fire a
few moments and then fled, tt
is said the Spanish loss was
ninety eight and the Cubans
The secret of success itt life
is to keep busy, to be presever
ing, patisnt and untiring in the
pursuit or calling you are fol
lowing. The busy ones make
mistakes, but it is better to
risk these than to be idle and
inactive. lCfep doing whether
be at work or seeking recreation.
Motion is. life and tils' busiest
afe the happiest. Cfue'erful,
active laoor is a bleSdiifg.
It is stated on the anthoriry
of Thomas Dixon and Prof
Louias, that hay or straw is a
P- , , .T . . ,,-,
remedy, ana mat cauie on
clover, sorghum, or other green
succulent feed, as soon as thre'at
ened with" bloat instinctively
turn to the remedy, if it is
accessible. Thew recommend
that a stack of ppn of hay or
straw be placed in the field
where the animals cau go to it
at will, a'nd tnat then there
will be no fatality from hloat.
Texas Farm and Rauch.
Roumanian mothers tie red
ribbons arouna the" Entiles of
Eheif children" to preserve them
from harm, while ,3hornian
mothers attack bits of asafoetf
cfa to ther necks
of their off
Catises fully half the sickness in the world. !
retains the digested food too long in the boweis
and produces blhousness, torpid l.ver, indi
S&sticn, bad taste, coated
tongue, sick headache, m-
soESnia, etev IIjj
Roughly. 25c All druggists
lnsomma, nervousness, and,
if not relieved, Dihoas feier
or blood poisoning. Hood's
Pills stimulate "tie stomach
rouse the hver. cure headache, dizziaes?, con
s-tinatfon. etc. 23 ceiAS. "Sold by all d "uppista
The cftily PJ& to take with Hood's Sarb3pir2ll!
COPIED THE NAME. -
Mr. Smith-, an English travel
er,, arrived one eveniug -at, a
hotel In Austria. t3n the way
lie had picked upi smaTt Ger
man and hired him as a ser
vaht. In Austria every on
staying at a hotel is obliged to
register his name and occupa
tion in a book, which is kept
for police examina ion, so Mr.
Smith fold his servant, Fitz, to
bring this book for him to
write his name.
"I have already registered,
uiilor," said FIlz "as an Eng
lish gentleman of independent
Bat I've never told you my
namej so how do you know
what it i&f '
"I copied it from milor's poirt
manteau," answered Fritz.
"Why, it isn't on my port
manteau," cried "Mr. Smith:
"bring the book and let me see
what you have put dowd."
The book was brought, and
Mr. Smith, to his amusement,
discovered that his clever ser
vant had described him as:
"Monsieur Warranted Sole
It last3 through all
sges and enters the
confines of eternity.
With what care,
therefore, should sliS
be guarded and how
greafe the effort beto
make her life happy.
3 PS I.-.. -
in its sublime effort, leaves the Mother
stronger after than before confinement,
and robs the trying hour of its terror
No Mother can afford to neglect its use.
Of druggists at 1.00, or sent bymail on receipt
of price. Write for boolc containing valu
able information for all Mothers, mailed free.
Taa Brsdfleld Beseh!torCcMAtl;mtr,S.
London, May 2. Captain
Rabbek of King Georgfe's per
sonal staff wired front Athens
yesterday that the right wing
of the Greeks had repulsed
tlie Turks, but that the leTt
had retreated behingf the old
frontier line to avoid being
circumvented. Captain Rab
bek adds: "The Greek army
m Eprrus, after defeat at Pen
tepigaclia, has retired to' Arta.
All hope of co'ntinuing the war
rs virtually abandoned. The
fleet has returned to Volo for
the protection: of the inhab"1
GOLDT SHIPMENT.- -New
York, May-' 1. Tlife
steamer La Gascogne' carried
S4,obo)ooo m gold ta Europe
today. All but $150,000 of
the gold was .taken- Irom the
subtreasury. The imports or
specie afc this port for the
week ending- today were
204,-410, of which $168,006
were' gold, dgains $135,235
last week; and 90,113; the
corresponding week of last;j
Who can measure JS JS n S ff
She influence of a it3 fljit Of '
i r rasra
THB XRIPJtiPS tSF L0YB
S jfA-PP JPRDIIFDL MAStSlAGE.r
IKveix Mm VJs "Would Ksor tka
Graai TthAs, fho Fl&in Tacta, tka
Xsy X)lcererles f Uledlcal Science
st Applied te Married JAtet WTia
VeelJ Ateao for Past Srrsrs unA
AVeld rataro pitfalls, Sfaesld Scchto
Ifco "WesderfKl Xittlo Ceelt Called
" Cemplete 3Jaskeer, h3 Hwia At
. ""Here at last is Information from a W?4
ineditfalsource that must -work-wonders wit
The hook fully describes s. method hywlilca
to attain full vjgppjRndmanlypotrer.
. A method by which to end all unn&tsrM
drains on too syfteci.
To cure nerstrnsness, lack of self-control, dei
TOexchange a jaded and Trom nature for
one of b'ljrhtncss, cnoyancy ard po-n cr.
To cure forever effects of excesses, overwork,
To give full strength, development And tone
& ever'portion and ersan of the hody,
Asb no barrier. 5Pailnro Impciiible. Two
The book i3 purely medical and scientific,
nseless to enricsity seekers, a-aluable to men
AdespairxU!? man, who had applied to ns,
seen after 7r0t0:
"Well, I tcU yon that rt day is one I'll
never forgot. I 3nst hcbfcled with joy. I
wanted to hug everybody and tell them my
fcldself had died yesterday, and my nev self
was born to-ilay Why tiiJat you tell rnO
whn I hrst wroto that 1 would find. itJua
njj55ntner tuns :
If "vou dumn5la cafTloSd-9? tliatm7
feet it would not brings such Riadne&s into my-Ufcasyourmethndia&none-"
Writotothe EBT3 2IEDICATi COMRA7,
BnffaSO, W.Y.. and ask for the little book
ralicl :'COiiPLCTE 3rANHOOD." Kefertd
his paper, and tlc company promises to send
the bcol:, in sealed , envelope,, -withontany
T-aris, and cntirrly free, .ntll it i3 vell intro
WtpIsIi mothers put a pair of
tongs or a knife in the cradle
to insure the safety of their
children. The knife is also
used for the same, purpose in
some partsof England.
An b ancient quadrant bear
inor ihe name of Robert Kiddj
the celebrated pirate, is in pos
session of a family at Rock
land, Me. It is more than
200 years old, and is mounted
with ivory, which has now
turned dark brown with age.
Rev. Dr. Newmari Smyth oT
New Haven refused to read
Governor Cooke's proclama
tion appointing2ood Friday
as a day of fasting, ori the
ground that the day is already
hallowed by a higher authority
than that of the State.
Charles de Kay, the art crit
ic, whose term as our consul
general in Berlin has just ex
pired, Has won new laurels in
Germany as a clever fencer.
His portrait recently appeared
in Sport Im Bild as the Vof
sitzender des Berliner Fecht
Clubs. Baltimore shipped more grain
in March liian in Shy month
hefore in Trs histor3r as a port.
The quantity was 7.24,57ST
bushels, C ,496.326 bushels be
ing, of corn, and seventy seven
vessels transported it
irniriTTa ,r tr , .
JA FULL ABSORTHBIT
rancy, Rujr and
Can be round I Of ill Kind, Etc
iBr. R, P. Anders oh-
Office, Second Floor First l&at. l-anl-,'
Graduate Vanderbilt Dental f'oljeire.
icensed bv North (Jarolina and '1 ems
J Ko charffe.for examinins teeth..
Ouestions aritoered vith uT-asure--
UJhL X-XO .
Ofnce hours 9 to ti a in, andl:
L I 1 hi V LI 1 Aj J IXiKJl f BrowasYiheV Tex.
You Can Find More Goer! Bargains
Here Than Aip where EW. . Came arii See'Tor jorrselfe
ery of all colon?,
VrtT k.II l
J " KSr I "I "1
iradies' Dress (roods,
White and colored lawns, organdies, rieWtyles of Itaiiari
lawns, solid colored fabrieSrtc., 'etc. AlscTa cdniplete line ol
Caskmefes and linen broods for men's summer suits.
Hats, Shoes, Furnishi ng Goods, Etc.
- Below is a partial list of other goods in stoclc: 1
A full line of men's and boy's straw, felt, woolen and cork
hats, silk and linen handkerchiefs, shawls, ribbons, wool
en and damask table cdv ers, mattings and window
shades, trunks, gents' furnishing goods, bleacli
e'd and unbleached domestics, silver ware,
sewinsf machines and musicaWristruments.
lESirSee those Handsome
gle and double) -which are just
1 m i.'
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i PFniiftiiiiiT 0 nnn
1 hi-KiUJiiyiii- a hhu
Ui S Lu sliixi LJ LI KjL Uli
P fs &
8 B Sv tia
& ,i i
lines, Liquors -
-DEALER Hi THE
Sporing Goods, Shot Guns, Pistols, Rifles and Ammunition.
A . COMPLETE STOCK OF TEE FINEST IKPOBTED AND DOMES HO .,
"VTinea, Cognac, Gin, te, Cijjais, Pnre OUve Oil, Mineral Watet
arid delicacies of every description ::hvajs n hand.
aProinjn itrentio!i given to.ali Order?, by Mail or otberwibe.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Elizabeth: street - - BRowwsviiLEESAgf
S9BB V HBB1V
I UMBER BLINDS M?D DOPE
STORE: One block from Rio
riage- Wagon and
ialB Haxdwar Paints,- Oils, Tur
pentine a,nd VarnSslies lor Gar
riages and Buildings.
Agent for doiin Finnegan &" Co.,
Will pay the highest cash price foi1
hides, sMn& and all qombit W& 4-
That's itU ra cVerr Way.
Xothing bat the best Everything ii,lni3 depart
ment first-el iss. No need in have a enre concerning th
clothing for your by if it conies iroia Pernahtlez 5
Bro. rhey have all sizes and they are 'made to stand
the abuse of frolicsome 3 oun&cersr.
At J qw Pric s.
StyliSJT fabrics is the rule in tliis branch of 'oir,bu3&
ness. No matter what the price the biiits. are hapelyl
Sitisfaction giuxnuiteed. Special bargains.
32u an?i Children;
If you want good Hosiery do notfail to p'caminc tho
2r la'e" itsso'rtment at Fernandez & Uro'. They'have hosi
sizes and prices:
enameled iron bedsteads, (sin
tlie tiling for tliis climate.
BEST BEANOS OF
Grnnde railroad depot.
and Brick. Car
a an it
. .. - ,,J" l fir. Pt-ipp7c Crfxm Fkirjy Pnwd'fiy
a. kaj. XMYiKU. liia.-i x ... - ....... 0 . .. . , .
Tljr3?wWiJsr5Kr5R'Jfcil World Eaa? Hizhestr && . 1 JDrO W
to 5 p jn.