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6 Monms, ,.-..-. ..... "q.oo
Saturday aiAT 35, IS97.
It is all up with Greece.
i.uKtLKi, ins saia, win ren
squire Greece to -ay her a wart
indemnity of $25,000,000. - Ii
ruigbt be 'cheaper for the 1rlei
3eues to carnnnue th war.
King 'Geoege 13 perfectly
willing lo accept Tbe offer of
'the powers to settle- ihedifiicul :
ly between Gfeacfe and Tuikey.j
He thinks his belligerent Sub--jecta
bave had enough fighting
to satisfy them for a tfme, so
that a revolt against the crown
toil! not be likely to happen.
Gov. Waite says he is com
Ing to Texas to farm. If he
doesn't bYing alongiiia "bloody
bridles" as part of his plowing
$;ear, he will be perlectly wel J
bme asa fanner. Texas wants
lis many furmers as she can
et, aiid doesn't object in the
least to oife ulro has been a
governor or a sovereign btate.i
The only kind of farmer she
oeaij'i want is obe wljo will
cultivate socialistic ideas in
ftead of corn and beans.
Thje town 6 Phoenix, Ari
zona, wants nothing &o much
as a biir hansins" bee. It isi
claiaied tbat from forty xo liftj
innrdejrs have been committed
in the ooutity of which Phoenix
is the capital within the labt
fx or seven 3rears, without ex
treme -punishment. The-citizens
are no'v? htlnjing for three es
t-aped murderers, but with no
hope of legally punishing them,
for the reason lhat a new taw
has just been eiiacted which,
.fts soon as It becomes operative,
will negatively prohibit the
unislTment. of all murderers
whose crime ajSte dates the pas
sage of the law. This ib owing
fo a failure to insefl a saving
clau&e, couniera'cti ng the effect
if the repeal of a'll former laws
nelTning.murder; which Is em
bodied in the new law. Under
Ci ued of -Judge Lj'nch'b court.
r i1! ii
SouallWxibT Texas should
tl'naiiimoably entiors Major
Sohu B.'Arm-tVong, the v?ell
ftnovvn Cameron cotfniy ranch
lit an for l lie position of United
States marshal of the Western
dislrfct of Textis. Major Arm
strong fa fu every vv'ay qualifitd
ibfill'this important pobition
lie is a genllemaitof edacation,
Brave and houoraole Ins efh
cieitit woik as coimnandef vot a
Company tf Texas rangers hav
fn&fh'Hy pi oven his capacfiv
; fbr the duties of United Siateb
Saishal. loreover, his Iciyal
support of therefft?tjlican party
if which he'has beefTa" lifelong
ifji'ifi rfft' and more e'sfecially,
fis befuces in "behalf of J.l'c
, it-iiily dufi'ug the tale catit-
aign, fSIuuIcT entule him to
ftie lavfral)le coilbideration of
i'ne pfesenr adafiinsTfatiou
Tlie niajirV hosts of friends iu
Afiuilip-st Texas,' both demo
SafsiicT republican, m newly
Hope Tie ibay garathe appoiwt-.
'Pels red 'mas skeins 6 ts a
coTf&tatitlsotfrc of trorry fo I tie
narftliorifies at WaVhimrtofi. Af
decided to he abandoned", and"
the lasVcbmpany will ba Vnuht
ered our, at Foit Sin "on the
31&t of this month. The trouble
lias been thatlife Indians uifl
"not endure discipline and can
not- bejtaught regular habits".
They TeTuse to get up at 4 he
revielfe 'call in the morning,
and'Vfll not go to bed when
taps are sounded "at night.
They -neglect guard duty and
will not perform the many lit
tie services that are expected
of enlisted men la the regular
army. When punished for
peccadillos they invariably re
bel, and their friends support
tbemin mutiny and insubord
ination.In short, the untutor
ed mind of the red man can not
comprehend 'the usefulness of
army regulations, and while he
is said 10 beali right as a scout,
on a go as you pleabe commis
sib if, he Is Useless when lied
down to 'the dull routine of a
garrison, or a camp. 'I he Pail
ure of this experiment is a
greal disappointment to many
humanitarians, who hoped that
a career might be foUnu for the
Indians in the militai7 service
of the United Stales. Eiafedo
KIO GItANDE iLOODS.
Necessary to Transfer All Pas
Sengers and Mail.
El Paso, Texas, May 11
bout 150 delegates to the
Stale Firemen's - convention,
which convenes here tomorrow,
Jarnved in El Paso today. On
account of the ftood the Texas
ana PaciUc and the Galveston,
Harrisburg and San Antonio
trains from the east can only!
get within about six miles of
the city, and all .passengeis,
.mail, etc. is. trazibferred by
wagons and pack -from Alfalfa
sfaliou to the city.
The water ih still rising,
though news from the river
above lure in 3$rv Mxico is
to the effect lhat the iiver is
falling. The high waters have
done fully 810,000 worth of
damages in this city.
Hie United Staees depart
ment of agriculture lias contrib"
tiled tbrouo-Ji the chief of the
seed divrsioh, a former student
af the University of Michigan,
300 species of herbaceous
plants to that institution.
A peculiarity noticed by the
keepers at the London zoo is
thai: bad v;eather affects lions
just as ft does human beings.
A rainy day will make them
limp and listless and a glimpse
of sunshine makes them haggy
an crickets. -- - -'
1 PH! w ap:
ifO' predate 1
wKS" the Dan
ger to whicli the Expectant Moth
er is exposed and the foreboding
with which she looks forward to"
the hour of woman's severest trial.
? a fai2Sii
0 assists Nature that the change
goes forward in an easy manner,
without the violent protest of
iSausea; Jtieaaaciie, etc. Gloomy
foSg, jlfa Tto ho;S JES
tions, sti3 passes through the orceal
quickly and ith little pain. i- left
aoivdutieo now cevoivea upon. ner,ana
ter six years tit experience, the stomach, sometimes 'wiled waterbras J JtJchSSHi
attpin-m Yii 'msrkft TsrMTr nni 'and burning pnin, distress, names It caa fee cared by a pleasant
atlempt to UiKB EO,aiers on t -dygpeps1aj acreaied by Hooks Sors ZSggggk!:
of the. Indian has just beVn parilla. This it accomplishes bepause KsqmddjaiiortxHiitavej
"n'bl.laa rn-T-zsnat-pnx Si oarER BOTTLE. &V u.tnuil lain nrte
TO EXrECTAKT itoTHER.'" rrj'&l Free. outtiu Statfc QepaHUlent IS 111 DOoSeS
vtMaie ioiornanrnardjrotsat3rlrtTiwctiata . ,
fAOFKLDRtIVTCRCOSTLAR-SrS? falOfi Of leCfcilt OfSci'df lufofia'4-
;ti. itc ,,ini-fi ivr-m. ritr a u1rt3
purifier, Hood's Savsaparilla gently
' nUM.M.XUl WU,T,V-A U-O. & U1UUU
tones and strengthens the stomach and
hgesUve Ol'ganS, invigorates the liver,
apatite, giv reug
aiSCS. tho health tone. lu
sleep, and raise
cases ot dvspep-la and iirSigeation it
aeenls to have " a magic touch."
" For over 12 years I suffered from Sour
with seere pains across my shoulders,
and great distress. I had violent nausea
whiulx TVouId leave mo very weak -and
'faint, difficult to get my breath. These
spells came oftener and more" Eevere". I
did not receive any lasting benefit from
physicians, but found puch happy effects
from a trial of Hood's Sarsaparilla, that 1
'ook several bottles and mean to always
teep't in the house. I amnowable to
to all my own worK, whichfor six years
have been unablo to do. My husband
mil son have aloo been greatly bene-
ted by TJood't. Sarsaparilla for pains in.
ie back, and after tho grip. I gladly
ccommend this grand bloofi medicine.'
Trs. Petes Bukby, Leominster, Mass.
a the One TriurKk otl runfier. Ail druggists SI
-j r r-v-t c-re an l-.er Illi an
?OOti S PntS S-'cl. H Jncl.e i-p.
Pemaquid Me Messenger.
Every newpaper treasures up
in its memory the names 6f its
friends and, likewise., its en
emies. It seldom, if ever, over
looks an apporlunity to assist
"the former, but never goes out
of its way to boost the latter
Human nature is pietty much
the same everj'where. People
who show the newspaper -man
kindness never make a belter
investment or one that more
surely pays them a hundred
fold sooner or later. As has
been truly said, there comes a
lime in the life of every man
when a word said by a news
paper either makes or unmakes
the individual mentioned.
Miss Mamie Hannah
Long Suffering from Headache Cured by
ur. races' Kestc
MEADACHES are the bane of woman's
bfe. Frequently relieved but seldom
permanently cured, the ultimate re
sult is continual misery. Miss Slaggie Han
nah, 521 Chestnut St., Danville, 111 , saya in
June 2S95: "I cannotijtdd to my testimony of
lat year except that I ani well and strong.
Two years ago I had such a pain in my head
that I ate notninp "rrjls desperately nervous
gEpTKi9sp33TGEK3 and could, not sleep
rf4r - & . ..
ri - gj. ' 'Vzpzit winer compucai.ioas
- c" 9iS Recuiiar xo my sex cec
't 51.Wi SS in nnri nnr TVVE!rian
BSfVinS 3s cailea another in con-
&Ar.we 3 saltation. They de-
.55?? swAfi T Vin i rrmcmmn
Miles' Restorative Nervine, and the second
nignt obtained the firat nights real sieep in
four wee.3. I now tnat Dr. Miles' Restor
ative Nervine saved my Iife
Dr. Miles- Bemeaies tre sold by aU drag
gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
and Nerves sent free to all apnlicanta.
DR. TuXLES MEDICAL CO.. Elshart Ind.
A Report Prom General Lee
Ahout the Situaiion in
Washington, D. C, May 11.
During the dba"te in the
senate bn ihe Mursan 'Cuban
twoluiion today a srfoiig plea
was wade for its relerence to
iJjp comrailtee on foreign rela-ll
. i .1 i i J
tions on Jheground tliat ttlel
i-M s3 sm &M &&
rl if l fi ! S i
s Js s sa i?sa 83
rebef at once.
E.. - - ,
fcifS ElBaili ilin
lasal Catarrh, Co!d,m Head and Hay Fever of all j
-icuicuits. uopcnaouu cicaus
aHays pan and mfiammauoa
tecta the membrane iont coh
f Jf tastoajidsmelL PnceSOc a
1 W WUSmTXiR- BTVar3
tects the membrane front coSk restores the senses
ttlCTSgtats orTy mail
Hon on the ubaii questic u
which It considered should be
consulted before action is taken 4
by the senate.
The "information consists in
the "main of a report of Consul
'General Lee, dated the latter
part of April, In which he deals
with the general situation and
presents all the facts al his
command without making any
recommendations as to the
policy to be pursued by this
Geueral Lee states lhat the
insurgents are not decreased iu
numbers', but lhat according to
the most trustworthy Informa
tion at band there are more of
them now than when he first
went to the island. He explain
ed the apparent want of organ
ization by th9 statement that
it is against the Onban policy
to conduct the war .after the ac-
Jcepted modern ideas on this
General Le al?o dwells upon
the condition of affairs In the
islands. The document Is of a
private nature, but while it
could not be presented to the
senate it is believed that it
wonld be accessible to the com
3r. Price's Cream Baking Pew der
World's Fair r15 -t Award
stantly on hand
a f fPl 1 assort
ment of Men's
and Boy's suits
that cannot be
er anyw here.
A full line of
Ladies1 Cress Goods and Nations
A large assortment of Straw
Hats have just been received,
which are being sold cheap.
Mrs S. AsMiiein,
Washington - Street;
If ycu have had the Grippe,
E you know its aches and pains,
C Vilt, l&VU) U1C .U-Uta, Ulb WJUgii
t 4-U f-a-- 4-Un t-ir 4-U .,. ks
f the depression you know
thtiii aU. The Grippe eshausts
the nervous system quickly.
I lowers the vitality. Two
things-snouid te done at once:
the Bo ly must he strenoh-
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to tne nervous system. -.ccs- f
uyer Oil whl do tne first? Hy-
pooaospn.ics xnesecono. xcese k
arep&rraaasiiuy ana ouitiie.3itiy
combined in Scott's Emulsion.
It lifts the despondency and
heals the inflamed memhraass 1
of the tnroat and Iun;s. fej
VTA. ,A Z T A ,
jGRiPHg. - :
1 "Vou can out your svstem insi
I a condition unfkvoraSIe tojtt.
I You can have rich red Blood ; p f
jjiii.- uu iivo. iiufc unYt, j-ll-1 p f, 1
2nd nerv2S. Sotfs ifflK-iioa f
I prevents as well as cures. m
And whether you send
I & &
t C j-a X7 ". T. CT " w . t y rTT " - - " " ' "" - I " '".
I you get the genuine. IkiaeS, SSIIIS aC S?I OBtlBfef p34P
I -SCOTT &BGViE,tteworiL B Tf?? - " '
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W!W&UM 11 1 U J V A
1ko7v, cskacciirS mm i J"l I- r - 1 1 m
mr Zfi&k .
! You, Can Find More Good Bargains
Here Than AnJwnere Else.
Ladies' Dress Goods.
White and colored lawns, organdies, new styles of Italian,
lawns, solid colored fabrics, etc., etc. Also a complete line ol
Cashmeres and linen eoods for men's summer suits.
Hats, Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Etc;
Below is a partial ll-t of other good I11 stoclc:
A full line of men's and boy's
hats, silk and linen ha'ndkerchiefs, shawls, ribbons, wool
en and damask table cov ers, mattinp-s and window
shades, trunks, gents' ftirnishino- o-oods. bleach
ed and urrbleache.d domestics, silver ware,
sewing machines and musical instruments.
See those handsome
gleand double) which a're-just
5? 53 in 5 a i
g i 3
S5 St ri SiLS il &A3. SfJ
ic a-.v. ,MM
F &3 ii2 Cioj ir
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-DEALCK IN THE
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i dUjaO LUAuiiOu oi nil iiiiiuui
Sporting Grtods. Shot Guiib. Pibtis, Rxties and Amranintion,
A OOJJPLETB STOCK OF THE FINEST IMPOETED AND DQMEMIO
Wfneo, Cognac. Gin, Ale, Cigais, Fnre Olive Oil, Mineral Watci'
aud delicac.es of every description aiwa8 on hand.
IPrumpt atteniion given to all Orders, by Mail or otherwise.
FAMILY fit A
I ELIZABETH STUEET
1 &.Ji JLW-E-
11 . - - -Ii
UMBER BLINDS AHB-BOOR
STORE: One Mock rom Rio
V aRoir and
, - k e-rr r r
ibis narrawsLTB; iramts, uus, v?"
a. 1 vrr 1 jy av L
P62lt 1116 aBO. V ami SXieS TOT QH.T
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A tngtn- v.v. HF
Agent for Jchn
o? go hiAkfi u Ytn.v tvrift ifiihp.st nsh rriPfi for
- Corner ot
1 ft BrowssVille, Tex. m
Cone and See far Yonrsdf.
iuu uuauiui iUIUr-
-Bpys Glotiiing .
That's m& ii every Way.
,. Nothing but the best- Everything in .this depart
mentiirstcl iss. -No need to bavera ca're concerning the
clothing for your by it it comes from Fernandez &
Bro. Thev have all sizes and they are made to stand
the abuse of trolicsome j aungsters.
It low Pricis. . ,
iitylish fabrics-is the rule in this branch i)f our- busi
ness". No matter nat the pnoe the suits are -'hapely
Satisfaction guaranteed. SpecialT)aritics.
For Ljujics, 3Fca a ! Children.
If ou want good hosier' denotf ul to xamine the
la-g assortment at Fernandez & Bro. Tliey have hosi
ery of all colore, sizes and prices.
straw, felt, woolen and cork
enameled, iron bedsteads, (sin.
the thing for tHis climate.
BEST BRANDS OF
DE SULIUl fitll
BUOWiVSVI! LE, 1FJA3
Grande railroad depnf.
and Brick, Car
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rf-v. - r r ?
Finnegan & Co::
S vJ H I 1 1 I 1 X
Ln a UilUs
sv.p mr jim onht,iifjrz.