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BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIQY, MAT 21, 189-7:
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BIO GRASDB LODGE NO.
81 A. F. & A- 31. Isi
dore M&rks, "W. M.;
3t. 'Natansoo. S. W.;
W. A. Scale, Secretrv;
A. Jsgofti. VS. W;. Boto't.
D-alzelL Treasurer; &. C
Jacy, J. W;B. H. WaUis
J. D.; G. W. Sillier,
Tyler. Visiting brethren
cordially invited. Lodge
'eeta flwl and third ruerfay in each month.
EXCELSIOR LODGE SO.
for Ealy, Jr., Secretary: M. J. Fletcher, Sitting
Past Grand, rjhaa. F. TOghman District Deputy
fer.tnd Master. Tije Ledge meets at 7:30 p. m.
"every Wednesday night. Hsitasg brethren and
11 Odd Feaowa in good standing are cordially
invited 'to attend.
KXTGHTS OF KOXOR
LODGE SO. 3730. OF.
FI BUS. .A.Bi"OTvnc
Dictator; J sseO. Wheel
er. Vice Dictator: has.
F Tilghnam; issiBtant
Mctator; ST. Hanson, Pael Dictator; H. Sherwood
Baporte ; J.T5. Sharpe. Finan- ial Reporters A.TnrK,
Treasurer; .Wal.'g-nbach.ChaplainW Zahy Guide;
ledonio Garza uuardiau -Domingo Benavides. eu-tia-'l.
trustees: Frank Champion, F. J. Combe.
'C- Garza Lo-e meets second aourth Tuesdays
t X)f each month.
CATHOLIC KVlGHTS OF AStERtCA. t, J036phS
Branch, Xo. 743) Meet on the 1st and 3d Tues-
Uyofeach:uonthat8 p. m.t from Jfay 1st to
20th and at 7 p. ra., from Oct. 1st to April 30Ui of
each.monthm Braach Hall at St. Joseph's College
Spiritual" Director; Sev. Fr, Sirois. Piesident: A.
- L Browne, Vjce-Presiient; Fted. . Combs, Bee
Secretary; JohnP.-Putegriat Firlan 'Jal Secretary;
Benj. O. Hiefcs, Treasurer; i Fenandez jr.,
gergt. at arms- J. P. Scanlan, Sentinel; Fantos
"Yaldes. jrJPTruatdSs. Jesse Thorham, F. J.
Combt, ATA. Browne
-KONCTIKG AtJ. tVlC2i OTNIO KT-A2IAE
ARAXdAS PA3S and J3XI0AN NATION
this Line Onrries the United
"States Mail on Se.nudnle
Time of 4:0 llours.
Stages Leave Alice an 1 Browm
ViUe Daily at 6 a. m (Sun
iwPdays inelniij.() "d arrive
WT at Oi'Stintion the
f next Evening.
. RATES lF FARE.
ftoundtrlp Ticket ..-. ..-..8 22.5 j
.VGiiililren. under 12 years half fare.
Children under five years free.
ELIElNSUgt-, Bnwrasiille, Tes
-TH0 8 BEYNO
' 'He i y u
For Fin- Wli;sk.y Win 8 Oog iac
Diitncstic and Imp rted Gignr?,
Cijarttes and Tobnticio of
PMBIES: ft m .
table supplied with 'fresh fish, oyster
game and vegetables.
2onfortabie and well f urnished rooms
in connecaoh with restaurant.
M?3j !Ei Ahadie Proprietrtss
i M-fi 1411 fly
(Sacoessor to Christian He?1?.,
&jhegffr Price 'tPaid For Country
, ---Pr6auce. "
Pfuii lsaoet. i : : Tzxa
VvUr 2Sr J-'8SSk
vryf-3iF 5 JounM.Haynefi,oi)iej i? in Keep ttie atmosphere purs
fc13d&i II Sf33 fJi,a11 SmJiM andwholesome: removing all Repressn
- Kn,trnst.Lr(,r.vf,' oaa oaors from
Ice I Brownsville
t h r -iRtnr
III L, fiunui L
RAT GERM BSSTROYEBl
Disiufectaut, Deodorizer $ Intissplic.
FOR SAFETY, GlEAKUHESS AND COliFOflt
USE IT EM-EVERY 3S8K-R0GM.
Will destroy all JHseae Germs,
infection from all Fevers,
and all Contagious Diseases.
A second case of Scarlet Fever has never ben
known to occcr where the Fluid was freely used.
x Etxow b ever has
been Cured with it after
Black: Vomit had ta
ken1 place. Its use in
SMALL-POX will fr3
vejct rrrnNG. The
worst cases of Diph
theria have viELDKb to it. Attendants on
the Sick will secure Protection from In
fectious Diseases by using: the Fluid.
Perfectly harmless, used internally or externally.
AS AN INTERNAL DISINFECTANT
Taken or injected or nsed as a tvasli it
allays inflammation and corrects offen
sive discharge. THe Fluid is a certain
euro for Diarrhoea. Dysentery and In
fiainmat ion of the Bowels. .Being Alka
line in its natara it 'will often afford
complete relief from Heartburn, Acid
ity of the Siomacli and Dyspepsia.
. ENDORSED By J. Marion Sims, M. D., Jos.
LeConte, M D., ProLH. T. Lupton, Bishop Geo.
F. Pierce. Bishop W. M. Wehunan, Rev. Chas. F.
Deems, Jlev. Richard Feller, Hon. Alex. II.
Stenhens. Hon. A. -J. Walkerand many others.
ZElLlii & GO., Fhifac&iphia.
CAN'T - - - SEE
THEN SEE .
Hh is p'r-ep.irpd with one ol
the finest Trial Cases containing
a full assortment of spherical
and cylindrical lenses, prisms
ophtalmoscopc for inspection
of theinterior of the eye, and
other optical instruments for
-examination of the eyes, selec
tion of eye glasses and spec
tacles. Remember that you run the
risk of impairing your eyesight
when you trust the examination
of the.eyeand splection of glass
es to spectacle dealers.
See Dr. G-. Natanson office
up stairs over the
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From and after Oct. lib.-, 1S96
regular passenger train will
rtin as follow?:
- REGULAR TEATN".
Leaves BrowQsville(Dall3") at 9 a. m.
". Point Isabel - 4 p. id
EIOT AND COLD
AT L, As ROUSSS-FS
'f"Alsd a full line of tobaccos,
olgars, pipes aud smokers material.
ELIZA Bfili STHEET
wulis s wruEietiii!
Are introducing nevr and j elect styles
of fanrv card nibunts.
' "Copying and enlargements in crayon
done. Inspection of vof k. invtied,
Fhoto partors nest to O. S. reservation,
&G IS. REJTT I
0?he Miller's Hotel building hav-
irig been completely repaired is. of-
fered for rent fol: hotel purposed
l&easoiiaBle rates: Apply fo Fran-
disco Ytdrrf. "j
01drievsr3apefs for sale at
tms oifieei 26tSi hHrdr4t
Pttfflfflvr A P
ii E-ei lisslsrfa
C fl f-a a I Si t.
K II I M 9
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A Colorless Document Recorn
mending the Appropriation
of '$50,000. a
Washington, May Yf The
President to day sent the fol
lowing .message to Congress'r
To the Senate ana tiouse or
tativeB of the United
States: Official information
from our cousuls in Cuba s
tablishes the fact that a large
number of American citizens in
the island are in a State of des
titution, suffering for want of
food and medicines. This ap
plies particularly to the rural
districts of the central and east
The agricultural classes have
been forced from their farms
into nearest towue, where they
are without work of money.
The local authorities of the
several towns, however kindly
j disposed are unabletp relieve
the needs of their people and
are altogether powerless to help
Ths latest report ;o'f Consul
General Lee estimates that sixj
to eight hundred Americans
are without means of support.
J have- assured him that pro
vision would be made at once
to relieve thm. To that end I
recommend that Congress riake
an appropriation of not less
than 850,000 to be immediately
available for Use under the di
rection of the Secretary of
It is desirable that a part ofj
i the sum which may be appro
priated by Congress should in
the discretion of the Secretary
of the State, also be used for
the transportation of American
citizen who desire to return ti
the United States and are;wiih
out means to do so.
Executive Mansion, May 17,
Missouri Congressman Will
Propose An Amendment
To the Constitution.
Washington, D. C.j May 17.
Representative Cochran of
Missouri today intr&incod a res
olutioTj for submitting to the
Legislatures of the State an
amendment to the constitution
An income tax shall hot be
construed as a direct tax within
the meaning of section 2 and
section 9 of arricle 1 of the con.
stitution, but the Congress shall
have pdwer to lay and collect a
tax on incomes derived from,
any sourca Avliatover without-
regard to apportionment
THE BAUNTLES SAILED,
Savannah, Ga., May 17.-Tlie
J suspected filibustering tug
j Dauntless slipped out of port
t03ay au headed southward.
U ishe llk ambn- th? tr
uje'1 LlldlsUP nas "ne on an
expedition to Cuba. Her agent ft
say she is off the bar waitino-
for iMkss The trig came here
abdtic three weeks ago uuderi
yjjtiftst trai la5 towing.
COMPELLED TO RETIRE:
Right Wing of the Greek Army
London, May 17. A dispatch
to the Times from Athens says
kite following telegram lias beert
received from Crown Prince
Constantine: "Our light wing
under Col. Mastrapas has ben
compelled to retreat. It still
holds Voussi, but may find it
necessary to bring up all the
reserves in order to repulse the
furious attacks of nhe enemy.
Our wounded have been sent to
Lamia.- The "condnct of
army was praiseworthy .Ji
- - Is
Athens, May 17. The cor
respondent of the Associated
Press at Domokos, telegraphing
at 1 o'clock this morning says":
The Turks having occupied
Ititiki, the Greek troops are re
treating toward the Orthrys.
range tm the old frontier.
EVACUATION OP DOAtOKOS.
ThtSauari, a newspaper of "tuis
city, publishes a dispatch from
Iurissa which says that accord
ing to the stories told by Greek
deserters the Greek forces are
abandoning Domokos-, owing to
lack of ammunition and food.
TOM TERMS ABSURD
English Statesmen Laugh ..At
ine ouiian s iemanus.
..!.. tt t . - -rv ir-vp
London, May 17. Tin con
diiions proposed by the Porte
as to the terms cf peace with
Greece have been freely dis
cussed in the lobbies of Parlia
niHiit to$ay and the ioYas of the
retrocession of Thessaly and ofj
such an indemnity as is already
suggested is ridiculed as im
practicible and absurd. At
the oittside an indemnity of
5,000,000 or 6,000,00Q and a
slight strategic rectification of
the frontier are considered- as
likely to be the term finally
CHAPMAN iPjAiL-. ;
But He Ias His .Cells''' Fur-
nishedvTo Look Like a
Washington, D. , C., May
1 7. Elverton R-. Chapriian,
thes recalcitrant sugar trust
witness,- who refused to answer
a Senate Committee's qtfes-
r-i-irt" 00 -- tiThtiiff-jzat- Xtr. K.,1 -.-i. I
uuu &0 tw v-vi iic liciu. dUL f
led as a hrokpr far nmr pm.
--'-- -- m. l.
tors, in sjpeculatidns in sugar
trust stock, occupies a cell at
the district jail tonight and
will continue therein for twen
ty five daS:
Chaprriari surrendered , mm'
self to United S.tates Marshal
Wilson and was taken in a
private carriage to the jail,
where he took possession ui
his cell. Two cells have been
assigned him, one for sleeping
sitting' anci office foorn. Rtigs
cover the floors and a table, a
brass bedstead, chiffonier and
several chairs adorn the cells.
He will have plenty of reading
and writting materials to., busy f
himself- with and the calls of
friends to entertain him during
the visitinp- hours.
The jail will furnish him his
ordinary fare, while soups and
fancy dishes, served by a pri
vate waiter, will be sent to
him from a hotel.
Mr. Chapman's lodgement
in the jail releases his bonds
man, Louis N. Davis of this
cityr who furnished $ 1 6,000
His sentence is Tor thirty
days, which, with therebate
for good behavior, 'makes an
actual term of twent five days.
Florida State Treasurer Ac
cused of High Crimes and
Pensacola, Fla., May 17.
The House of Representatives
of the Florida Legislature at
Tallahassee today unanimous
ty adopted resolutions im
peaching State, Treasurer
Collins. A committee of sevens
Wdi iipjJUlllLCU tU tUllUUtL U1C
on Captain General
Havana, May "17. In view
of die statement published in
New York that Consul Gener
al Lee had made a report to
the state department in which
he had attacked Captain Gen
eral Weyler savagely and de-
cla?edthe insurgents would be
successful in driving the Span?.
iards from the island, a" repre
e rrswk&ae: . - . . -A--- s:.esr:
tentative of La Lucha lias in- w--k are fifteen transfers "of dif-.
terviewed General Lee on fche fre,u Pr$ive, all ta George U
subject. La Lucha says today, HuTUfi of a interest in the. eel
on the express authority offbnUed Tcl,u Bean esfalH ut
Consul General Lee, that no Bwhrmi aggregating 21,277,
attack was madefy him H".0? wi" be tbe endi
Captain General Weyler in
any report to the American
government, nor has he ever
asserted in any report or drally
that the insurgents 'could "expel
the Spanish troops from the is
land under the conditions now
. . ..&. .
"Consul General Lee is
greatly annoyed by the publi
cation of this unfounded report
and has written an earnest let
ter to the Maquis Ahumadii
denying it Upon General
Lee's desk Is a portrait of Cap
tain General Weyler with the
following inscription: HTo Gen
eral Lee, as a tken. of friend
slifp and with my bestAvishes;
Yaleriand WeylerV d - "
Pnk ..ssssss i5
A&sol iiiely Pr,
Celebrated for its great leavening
strength and healthiulness. . ilssbres the
food against alum and all forms of adul
teration common to tire cheap brands.
royal baking powder co.-, xev; yukk.-
Their? Trials For "Contumacy
Have Been Postponed To
.- 4 May 25
Washington, May 17. The
trials of Messrs. Havemeyer
and Searles, president 'and
treasurer, respectively, of the
American Sugar Refining- Com
panyfurjefasirijfr to answer
questions of the-Senate trust
been postponed until Tuesdayj
the 25 th inst.
n BAYARD AT HDS&IEi
Arrives In Wilmington With
the Log of the Ship "
Wilmington, Del, May 17.
Htm Thomas. F. Bayardj
former ambassador toBiSlirtcIC5
log of the Mayflower in his pos
session. He went to the orlic e
of the Security Trust and Safe
Deposit Company and there
deposited the log in the vaults
for sale, keeping until he con
veys it to the custody of the
Governor of Massachusetts.
TO I BEAN EST.4 TE CLOSED.
Cramesvilie, Texas, May 16.
In the real estate transfers this
ui;,iiiio inrmaifu csiiiL ly toiU-
promise. The estate at one time
was supposed to be worth lr
.Inst tryalfjeuox tif Chscaret the
finest liver and bowel- regulator ever?
Hignest Honors World's Fair'
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
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