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THE -DAILY -BERAIS
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TUESOAS 5UXE, 29, IS97.
1 Cssa- "aye just received a consigament ior
tf -ladieV and meii's bicycles, which are
C3 V ..1-1. --...
- ABOUT TO WSJ.
The Alice stage passed El Sanz at
7;30 a. th., no passengers.
Is Brownsville going to celebrate
the Gloritfns Fotrrth in the same old
EqrJIent: Dwell in g houso on
?&" IeeJstreet, formerly Occupied by
y. II. MasoTi and family Rent reas
onable. Apply to E. Yturris.
The Laredo Times reports 'the 111
iiess of Antonio Gutierrez, the well
nown drummer, at his horfro in
Laredo, ttia Brownsville friends
2iopa tie may so jh recover.
Last 3Ionday all the craft 5a, Cor
pus Chrtsti bay carried their flas
at half-mast in respect to the memo
ry of Capt. Henry Seward, who lost
his life en tho ill-Tated Robert E.
. Tempteton.- Tekas Sun.
r j&anuel Sainz ilanleca, airreii
known Spanish resident Of Jatamo
ro die'd in that city sterday
snorning, aged 7-4 years, Ilis funer
al took place -this morning and was
attended by tho Spanish so-ciety -of
Tho Convent commencement ex
fcreises 'will begin to-morrow at
Shreo p. m. All who are so fortun
ate as 10 hold tickets will doubtless
gladly avail themselves of the opor
iuujty to witness the interesting
Owing to lift) lateness of getting
copy of tho summary' of tho ball
garni at the Point Sunday we were
unable to publish sarcte todav, but it
Yvill positively appear in tomorrow's
IIfrat.d. Onr readers may also look
fOr full and accurate accounts daily
t5T series oT games to be pla ed on"
'Jul' 4th, olh. and Gth., between tho
Fort Ringgold -And Brown nines.
Sometime during the early morrt-
3Siig hour of tho nigh-, just when no
rne but the perpetrator knows, a
burglar entered tho rooms oor the
saloon of John (. Paredes and stole
75 which was in a lock-bos in tho
room. Tho box was broken open.
This sum, .which was the property
of Teclo Corter, was taken from it.
There i3 no clue to the identity of
the thief. Nothing else was missed
from the establishment. The money
taken was tho only cash' within
Still Extending It.
Mr. Claude Fowler returned this
iveek from Ito'ekpOft and tlio pass,
where he has just completed the
telephone line between tlio two
places. Assyii as the 'phone ar
rive, which will be in a few days,
Corpus 'Christ! will bo in telephone
communication with the pass, in
cluding the life saving ami quaran
tine stations. Work on the line
towards Brownsville is still going
on and before, many weeks Corpus
tJ hristi and
Brownsville will be
by telephone. Every
body in Southern Texas will be In
talking distance wilh each other
-4 Jbeforc a great while. "alter.
Floyd Frisby, Esq, accoiimpanied
hie excursionists to the Point yes
terday. Caj t . E. J. Kenedy cameup from
the coast on tho linights of Honor
fexcnrslon train. v
John Rand nan of the Rabb plan
tation at Santa Miria, arrived Ia?t
night. He reports good crops and a
Heavy yield of cotton and com . Ho I
Commenced Monday to gather liis
born crop, which will be immense..
The cotton crop, white not ready
for picking, will be large and ho
ay is free from Tforms or other in-
tfeiefcnte 33ieir S4ti Armiver-
3tEy "With an Excnrsicto itfld.
To-morrow will- be thB 24th 'an
niversary or" the founding xf the or
der of Ivnighfs of Honor . In cele
brationo this important day', the
Brownsville Lodgo No. 3730, yes-
terda3T gave an Excursion to Point
Isabel, mention of which wa3 made
In la3t evening's Heiiaxd. Tho edi
tor is pnmd to claim membership In
I this lodge", but clrcmnstance3 pre
vented his participating In the ex
cursion, so the paper is indebted
for ail account of the day's festivi
ties to his brother knights.
The special train which Was char
tered fot the day by the lodge, bear
ing: twenty four members, a brass
band and an abundant supply of
refreshments, left the Brownsville
'station at 9 a. m., reaching Point
Isabel about 9:15. Tho breakfast
which had been ordered for their
special delectation was served at
Florentino's at high noon. It was
gotten up in good style, including
oysters and sh in various forms
and numerous tempting and appro
priate entrees, served in courses.
Excellent wines formed an im
portant feature tf the menn.
Dictator A. A. Browne, gracing
tho hoad of the board, was toast
master. He s'et the ball of elo
quence rolling with an opening ad
dress, eulogizing tho Knights 6f
!I6nor institution as one which had
been of inestimable benefit whor
over its ramicatio.is extend, hav
ing disbursed among widows and
orphans thiriug its twenty-four
years existence no less than$75,000,
000 in death benefits, millions of
dollar? having been expended be-
iides for the aid cf sick -and distres
sed members. The high standing
Xt tho Br'ownsville lodge', its
promptness in pa3iug duos, and
prosperous oohdition were also por
trayed in glowing terms by the dic
tator. Dr. F. J. Combe, past dicta
tor of the lodgo, followed with a
brief but interesting account cf 'the
history of the ordor, which fiad its
birth in Louisville, Ky., in 1873,
with seventeen charier members.
From this beginning, tho ortler has
grown to a membership of ovor
200,000 with branch lodg'es in every
state t)f tho Union. Captain J. J.
Smith spoko at length upon tho
benefits of the order, disclosing in
feeling woids bs admiration of and
devotion to tho Sodge. "V. X. Parks,
Esq also made an eloquent talk on
the same line, setting forth the high
principles and fraternal spirit fos
tered by teachings of the Knights of
Honor. W. F. Dennett. F. CS
p"Ion, C. F. Tilghman, Celedc
Garza, Frank Tiusena; and others
so mado snort talks. All joinet
heartilv in drinking to the long life I (
and prosperity of tho order. .
Tne feast, with its genial now o! I
gocd. spirits, its tide of eloquence,
and its abundance of good thing-,
was ended about three p. m. Tho
afternoon was occupied with a most
enjoyable sail, at the invitation of
Brother Ivnight Capt. Gus. Thorsell,
tho band accompanying tho part-.
At dusk the excursionists returned.
to the wharf, boarded their train;
aiid sot out for Koine, reaching here
about eight o'clock. One and all of
those who participated declare that
the day was ttne of great pleasure
with nothing to mar their enjoy
ment. Quito a nurriber ot tho mem
bers were Unable to go on the ex
cursion. TIiqso who sal; down at
tho festSl board were : A A Browne;
F J Cdmbej Y. Parks; J B Sharpe,
II -Sherwood, IsadorelLirks, J P
Pntegnat, Howard Miller, F Lusena,
Ri racial! a; 5"ohn Ildynes, R II
Kingsbury; F Champion, W F Den
nett; .J J Smith, 1M Leahy, Yictor
Sebree; Celedonio Garza, E L Bey
no'n, Damaso Lenna; Yf B Austin:
Teclo Cortes, C F Tilghmart and I?
E. Starck of Brownsville; J J Egan;
Ons. Thorsell and Wm Egly of Point
I will sell,' for cash, S0,000 acres of
land in Hidalgo county, Teza5 at SO
cents per acre. Have also for sale
hore stockj cattle and 3heep, on pri
vate terms, as soon as the" number
can be ascertained. Apply to
"Tie lafcuiioros Jetties 353& Be
Completed, and Ft. Brown
ETPaso, Texas, June 25. Tho In
ternational "boundary commission
got here today and agreed that the
Mexican government should be per
mittel to repair its Jetties opposite
Fort Brown on the lower Rio
"Grande and also tho commander of
the United States troops at Fort
Brown should have permission to
erect defensive works 'on tho river
in front of the fort.
Tho boundary linos on tho iniof-
national bridges at Eaglo Pass and
Laredo were fixed lor jurisdiction
From Fort Brown.
For The Herald.
Oviner to hot weather all drill has
been suspe&ded except a ten-minute drill
Tn calisthenics Ith rifle and xxirbine.
This drill takes pLce just Uefore'supset.
Mounted officers ordered to attend the
U. S. Infintryand Caalry School at
Fort X.eaenorth, Kansas, as student
officers, are now allowed transportation,
at Government pnsfc, for their author
ized number of private horses. This
privilege has formerly been denied them.
Cc-nhactor Bi. oks has about complet
ed a retaining wall and brush facing
about fifteen hnndre"3 fef in lergth for
the protection -of the ri er bank in the
vicinity of the magazine. At this pom
the Rio Grande has, for several years,
been gradually nearing the buildings.
One of the brfck onTcers' quarters in the
eld Artillery garrison was torn down a
few 3 ears ago to save the material from
oss in the river, curd during S anxi at
tfle rise of this spring part of the
kitchen of the nest buibdiug commenced
falling, necessitating the removal of the
entire kTichen to sae tfvc main building.
The retaining wall and brush facing is
intended to protect the bank from further
encroachments oi the river
nce6raJGreeie3T once said: , The
way. to resume," speaking of again
pnttin gold info circulation after
the war. But you may sa)1- "resume"
any liuinber oC times to liiat torpid
livert yours and it wont uintgo
nnlil lou lto Simmons Liver Kegu-
y people seem to forget
pation, Bilhonsnoss and
die are all catisod by a
lver. Keep the iivorj
uly fire works of all kinds
bo found at Mrs. Dre fus'
fich the is selling choaDcr
than they were ever sold before.
There is moro Catarrh iniRiis sec
tion of the .country than all other
put together, and until tho
v jears was supposed to no
ncnrMie. for a great many ear
pronounced it a local
, and prescribed local reme-
and by constantly failing to
ed n incunbUi. Ssionco has proven
catarrh to be a constitutional dis-
jrtrA rri tl lrvol i Trtw fionnf -nrtiri?T r
ease, and therefore requites consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
(Jure, manufactured by F. X. Clieney
& Cp , Toledo, Ohio, is tho only
consiuuiionai cure on ino mariier.
It is taken internally in doses from
IGdropS to a leasrjoonful. It act!,
directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces oi the system. Thoy offer
one hundred dollars for any case it
fails to cure. Send for circulars and
F. J. Chen-ey& CO., Toledo, O.
Sold bv DroJgists 7ac.
StH wA.im. i;u .-.. tvn UnrX
iyy iiiiu aic nit; ucou
5hks ! Fike works ! at Mrs.
r 1th. of Julvcelobration.
VER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. MTi1loV,s SGornia Syrup has
beBn usedwor over tifty years hy
millions of mothers for their child
ren while teething, with perfect suc
cess. It soothes the child, softens
the gams, allays ali pain, ctire- wind
colic; and is tho best remedy for
BLirrh&a. It wiil re!5ev8 the poor
little sufferer immediately. Sold by
Druggists iu every part of the world-Twenty-five
cents a bottle. . Be sure
and ask for Mrs. Winslow's Sooth
ing Syrup and take no other kind
A. HOUSEHOLD NECEiSI T.
CascaretsCandy Cathartic.the most
wonderful medical discovery of the
age, pleasant and refreshing to the
tate acting gently and positively on
kidnevs, liver and bowels, cleansing
the entire system, dispel colds, cure
headache, fever, habitual constipation
and bllliousness . Plea biy and ti y a
box of C O. C. today; 10, 25r 5d cents;
Sold and guaranteed to r cure By ill
im i last h
afl . m
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical iRs, which vanish hefpre proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant eff orts
rjghtly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, that so "many forms of
sickness are not due to ,3113 actxiaj. dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which thephuisant
family laxative, Syrup of Figs, pronrpi
iy removes. Tiiaj is wliy it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
cne Yemedv whieh 'promotes internal
cleanliness "without debilitating-. the
organs on which it acts. It is therefore
lallinrportaYif, in oider to get its bne
'fieial effects, to noto when yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine arti
!eS which is icanuf actured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
If in the enjoyment oi good health,
'ind the System is regular, laxatives or
bther remedies are thpn not needed. If
!anlicted with any actual diseasci one
may be commended to the most skUlfiil
Y)hysicians, but if in need of a laxative,
pbe should have the best, and with the
Jvell-m2ormed everywhere, 'Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
seet&ad&iTCs most general satisfaction.
Tyheap Passenger Uiltesi.
The Morgan SrcamshTp Company
has mado the following reductions
Injts pascngor ra'tes Irom &razos
Santiago to Cralveston or Xew Or
leans, for single or round trie-
BETWEtfl SILO'S AXlO GAI.VZSTON.
Cabin. Deck. Konnd trfp.
FIT .50. $10.06. $30.00
BETY'EEX BKAZOS AS6XKAV OtfLEA2tS.
Cabin. Beck. Round trip.
25 00. ?15.00. $5.00
Deck rates includo meals and
bunks. Ixound trip ickeis are
made available for relnrn sixty
days from date of sale. For tnll
information call on or wrio M. B.
Kingsbury, agent, Brownsville Tck
as. EET7ET5 than sure is prevention
9 By fciking Hoods Sarsapanlla
may Keep weu
nerves ana vcoo
liondon, June 25. The Berlin
correspondent of the Standard
pa3's: "Russia will hot join in
"Japan's protest against the
American annexation of rTawaii,
but she regards the measdre as
a dangerous precedent.
Tho merit of Hood's Saraparilla
Is literally written in blood.
It is traced in tho vital fluid
Of millions of the human rate.
Its is positive medicinal merit
And curative power is written
Upon the heart, and grave upon.
The minds of thousands
Of people whom it his cured
And given good 'health
When there seenied nothing before
Them but darkness and despair.
It cures all diseases ariiirig
From or promoted by impuro
Blood by its intrinsic nierit as
The One True Blood Puriiier-
Tile jSIodertt Beauts';
Thrives on good food aud sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in tho oped
air. Her form glows with health
and her face blooms with its beauty.
It her system ueed the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she
dses tho gentle and pleasat Srup of
Figs. Made by the California Fig
Syrup Company: 5
Kotice of Meetiflg".
The annual meeting of the stock
hbiders of the BrowdsVilie and 'Gulf
railroad company will be he'(Lat
tho ofiice of t!ie company, Biowns
ville, Texas, Thursday; 15th of July;
1S97, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur
pose of electing directors Snd Iho
transaction of such olner business as
may be broaght be"foro tK& meetings
Th'e transfer books of the I'ompnnj
Will be closed at 3 o'clock p. mv
June 14; arid "remain closed until
three dais after tinal adjournment
of the meeting.
Tho regular annual meeting of the
board of directors will be held at the
same place on tlio came date.
E. Catet, Secforarv .
Brownsville, Tfexa, May 14, 1397-
cootl APPETIZEs sr
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The saving cJT gaming of healthy may depeifdon
jthe freshness or purity Lof
tive results must be had.
W Vvre offer safe, reliable 'druVs'--nothino- oets bid, l(&
Mit 'does we destroy it. The reputation we 'maintain lor
reliability arid, accurate presmption work insures the bes'tf
jof'eve'ry thing. pf
e compfy strictly with the State Pharmacy Law."
Prescriptions prepaSd only
p - . ... - - m
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Toii Oan Fiiid More CHdogI Bargains
Hee Than Anywhere Else; Come and See for Tonrselr
1 n W
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rri yi 1 1 e
Laches' Dress Goods;
White and colored lawns, organdies, new styles of ItaliaA
lawns, solid colored fabrics, etc., etc. Also a. complete line 6!
Cashmeres and linen goods for men's slimmer suits.
Hats Shoesi Furiiislimg Goods, Etc,
Below is a partial list 6f otlier goods in sfoc&
A full line of men's and boy's Straw, felt, woolen and cb'r&
hats, silk and linen handkerchiefs, shawls, riBBons; woolt
en and damask table tov ers, mattings and windov
shades, trunks, gents' furnishing goods, bleacli
ed and unbleacned domestics, sliver ware,
sewinor niachines and musical instrument!5.
JjgrSee those handsome
gle and double) which are ust
n pi - - i th i 1
iiruT .np.mip.3' rnimt imn p
wiu, wu,iuu.-. luim niuuito,
"V ' 't - "" fs- -c$ -
nn "".i niK s- n
uil nyuei mm, r
nig you "use. Certain posi-K
bj- registered Pharmacists", .w
, a:d . .
13th. Streets. .
In crerj Way.
Nothing but the best . Everything in this depart
ment first-class' No need to have a careconrerninr the
clothing for your boy if it comes from Eernandez &
B o. They biVe &1 size3 and they are made to stand
the abuse of frolicsome 3 oungsters.
It IM Prieck ' ...
, Stylish fabrics, is tlfe rule In this branch of ourbnsx
ness. No matter what the price the suits are -shapelyr
"Satisfaction guaranteed. Special bargains.
For Ladies, 3fea aiii Children' v .
It you want good hosiery do.not fail to examine. th4
large assortment at Fcrujmdez & Bro. The have nosi
ery of all colors', sizes and prices.
enameled iron bedsteads, (sin
ike thing for this climate;
a Full IAilb Q
lis-," EiE.'; fe
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