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bSEFITS OF GARGLING
A fit Lords Doctor
if people wond wash ont their
tnonths twice or three times a day
Willi = ii antiseptic solution there
Vronld not be so ranch sickness In
the last ten years I have never had
a coldjSoro throut or fever and I
ascribe tins immunity solely There
arc any number of proprietary ami
teeptics that are excellent for this
purpose but n > iay more Dimple
agents that are aa good or better
One of the best of the Liter is car
bolic acid A vcr weak solution
of this gargled and held in the
iriouth two or three times a day will
Work wonders immediately after
tising one will find that the mouth
feels cleaner I believe that a great
majority of the common throat and
lung troubles come frouif the lodg
tnent of disease microbes witlrn the
mucus mpinbrances of the mouth
The free use of antiseptics will kill
these germs
Memphis Commercial The Bos
ton Journal says that the numbpr
Of labor meetings being addressed
in ilungarian Italian and other
languages ill the state of Pennsyl
vania sriggest3 the question wheth
er there are any American laborers
left This indeed in the language
of Falstaff is a question to ba ask
ed and we hope the next time the
Journal feels tempted to yawp and
squall lor protection to American
labor it will recur to this question
and meditate thereon It is a sad
idcL that much of the protected la
bor for whose bemlit the Congress
of the United States is supposed to
fax the American people can not
read the able editorials written in
therf behalf nor understand the
Jng uasjoin which they are written
indeed if has been foifnd necessiry
frr many cases to csfablish newspa
pera printed in a foreign language
in order to make the dangers of
foreign pauper labor intelligible to
American workingmen The one
thing upon wlriclr there has never
Been a tariff is the foreign pauper
ifAS MOST TAKEN Ills OWN
ADYICE
Sew York World
Where is Iierr Most That is
tho question being 8sked by neigh
Sors of the famous Anarchist about
his home No 266 William street
and also about the dingy little
oflicc of his newspaper the Ansr
ci iistic Freiheit
Some time ago Iicrr Mosts Anar
chistic organ came out with r
lengthy editorial intimating to the
Anarchists that New York was not
flic best place in the world for them
o move It is s id that for this
well meant piece of advice the toi
tor Was snubbed by his nnwush fo
lowers and Die Friheit suffered to
Such an extent that it became in
Advent New numerous creditors
rfrd wondering where Iierr Most
llomc it WS3 eaid that he hsd mov
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UdM Ami
CAilEBOS COUNT
v ameroa County is the estrerbe
sontharn xounty of Texas It is
separated from Mosico by the Rio
Grande on the south cad has ubout
100 miles of trulf cca3t as sia eantcra
boundary It was organized in 184S
and contains 330S square miles
Farming and otock raising are the
priccipal industries of tea people
the location ciimcte and soil being
admirably adapted for both The
greoter portion of the soil is a rich
laorn 8Dd prodacea an exceedingly
heivy yield of both cotton and corn
the chief farm products Two and
somttitn63 thrca crop9 of com aver
aging from fifty to aevonty basb6Js
per B2io aro raised yearly while
cotton will easily yield from one to
two bales per acre Grasses grow
all the year and stock find pastur
age without being fed or sheltered
duriug the winter Bat the soil and
climate of tho Lower Rio Grande
Valley are by nature best adapted
for tba production of vegetables and
frnita Vegetables of all kinds grow
all tho year arodnd and northern
poopla aro astonished to find toma
toes lettuce spinach English pcafc
otc served fresh from the gardens
in midwinter This is undoubtedly
tho paradise of trnclc gardeners and
so soon as rail transportation is ob
tained Cameron county vegetables
by the car load will be shipped to
northern mirkets during winter and
early spring sand will obtain the
highest prices ng there wiil be no
competition This is due to our ex
cecdingly mild climate Frequently
the entire winter passes without a
Bingla frost and there is rsrcVy ever
any cold weather before Christmas
Frnit cuture has not been attempted
in this county on a large scalp but
there is ono large btnana pltntation
on which this delicious fruit yields
moEfc abnndaotly and in the greatest
perfection Giapea aro also raised
extonsively growing in almost every
yard They ripen from two to four
weeks earlier than in any other sec
tion alany planters here make
all cf their otvn tubio wines Oranges
nod lemons also grow in profusion
ind this section could easily be made
to rival Florida in tho production of
oranges Sugar cane is also on9 of
the most important products of tlrs
valley Toe Ru Grande plantation
of ilr Jeo Bralay and the Rabb
Sark plantation produce great quan
tilles of csue vvLich is ail manufac
arad en the Rio Grando plantation
ihS caoc makes sugar whkh is pro
soancod by experts to bo even supe
rior to tho best Louisiana product
Havana tobEceo bos also proven a
succefs lure Col J G Tucker hav
iag mad seme moqfc successful ex
periments with it his samples were
classed by Sew Yoikbuyeis a eqaal
to the best Havana
The county is watered by tha Rio
Grsnda with its ample flow along
the southern boundary and numer
ous small streams exiled arrojos
ind rcsacas
The population of Cameron county
according to tLe census of 1890 is
13424 Brownsville the connU
seat has a population of about 7000
Point Isabel the seaport of the
county haB about 400 inhabitants
od Sauta Maria a growing little
vcrsettlement has about 250
Improved lando sell tor irom 85 to
525 per cere unimproved for from 2
to 6 per acre Tho average taxa
ble vJue of land is 1 There arc
S2240 acres of echool land in tho
county Tho county Las a total school
ppaktiou of 3271 and gives em
1 ploviacnt to teachers Tho aver
n e lengtli of the school tem i Gvo
months The total tuitiou revunno
recsived frcm the Stato is 13000
There are a number ot public schools
in the county affording ample sdu
cftlionll advantages
Somcsaekers are gradually begin
ning to find their way to this land
wIito farners can work in the open
air 385 dija m lUo year but it is
comparatively nndoveclpad as yet
With the buildiug of the riiJrnn1 to
Corpus CI risti however n geit in
flux of f tilers n sy bf > expected and
ilny wtil bo heartily J welcomed
BROWNSVILLE
lirowosviiic tbe county sest 01
Csmoron ncunly is situated in Jhe
southern pnit of the county ou tho
Rio Grande about thirly miles above
its month and directly opposite the
Mexican city of fdataaoro It hes
a largo trado with small towns alou
tho river for over 300 miles the ex
eat of 3teainboat navigation It hap
commercial relations with the gull
ports by tha port of Brasis de San
tiago vilh which it 13 connected by
ton Rio Grando railroad It aeo has
ommuDicalion with the interior by
stage to Alice connecting with tho
Tcxaa Mexican cad tha Aransas Pass
railway Another frequent mndo cfi
transportation to nn from Browns
ville s via the Matamoros and ATon
terey railroad to Rio Grande City
and thence by stage to Pena Station
Brownsville ia laid off squarely with
streets cf good width aud 13 built up
with solid brick buildings and bos a
fine city market where all vegeta
bles meals fresh fish gumo etc are
on peal at remnrtnbly low prices
Tne city fire department is well
equipped and roost cOaclive There
aro three churches Catholic Episco
pal and Piesbytorian Tho educa
tional advantages of Brownsville ere
unsurpassed by any town and nue
quaned by few of its size The pub
lie echoo building valued at 33000
is one < c the handsomest and best
cqnpped in the State and slaods as
a monument to tho progress of the
city It employs fourteen teachers
aud about eix hundred pupils aro in
daily attendance There are three
Catholic scLooIn St Josej hs Col
lege hr boys tho convent school for
girl and St Alopyiua school for
boys both of tho latter being taught
by tbe SiBters of the Incarnate Word
convent Auolher school for girla ic
tho Presbyterian miesion school
Among other public baildioga ran
ba mentioned tho court house f
large and costly building which is a
credit to tbe county and tha custom
house which is one cf tha band
somest federal buildings in the south
Tho postoffice in this building is very
handsomely equipped Tutre ar
also many handsome private resi
dences
Tho popnlnlion numbers about
7000 about threofourtha Mex cnn
It is one of the prettiest little towns
in tho Srate and en account of its
mild and equable chmato is destined
to become a popular resort espe
cially in the winter sfeson
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With this adUitxonat sjaisTHS WEBKliV
llEwa wiU t > nsinri s5t b aa7 goa
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It la Strictly a Scwsspcr
It docs cot afenpt to paa > e ry
bo1 but it does ty to inako lueil ui
tcraeting to a T rietT ut reailor
In pohucol matters it giro ino nowa
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FOR THE LD1E3
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work for us a few lcurs daily right in and around
niclrown botnK Tha buincsj U cay 1 Uacast
etrictlylioaorabliand pnya better tlun snyotlicr
oiTcrcd agcnU Ion have 3 dear field and so
competition nsptrionce and special aLility un
nccccsary No capital required Wc eqilp you
UU everything that you reed treat jcu xrell
tnd help j oa to irn ten times ordluarv wages
Women do 03 welles men ami boys and girla
make good pay Any cue anywhere can do tho
work All succetd who follow ourplainand sim
ple directions Ihmtst work will mrily bring
yon a mat denl of laonev Kvtrythin is new
and In jrcat dentuid Writo for cur pamphlet
This valley IS capable of supporting circular and rtetiva fall Information Ho lirnn
millions of poople The Ue ruid will < yoa contiade Lot to go on aiUi Uie
bo pleuneil to furniob anv further in mes3
fjrinaiion rosanhng tLe lower Rio sOKCS 975KSOd d rO
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And Fancy Goods of allDescrip
tion enilahle for
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Music Books Stationery Jo ya PensJ
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods of every description
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Brownsville Texas
Agent forOtts Tombstones
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OF THE
H0R6M STEAm SIP UHE
SGDTHEBN PAGlFiG 60HPAST
ATLANTIC SYSTEM
l camers make trips bfctftfcr
Slorgan City or New Orleans
end Hrazos Santiago Tfa
tlalrcston abeut eFery
ten dajSi
Fof further information call 6n 01
addrcfB
NEW SCHEDULEJ
Pi38enger Train between iJrowna
and Point Isabel in effect on
and after Sept 1st 1S93
Leaves Brownsville
Point Isabel
3
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9 a rn
4 p m
From aud after the above da fo the
regular passenger train will
ruu ad follows Sundays
includded
Leave Erownsville
Arrives
JrvPoint Isabel 1030 am
Lve Point Isabel 4 p m
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oujv p m
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olio I Abadies
Table supplied with fresh fish oysters
game and vegetables
Corifortable and well furnished rooms
in connection with restaurant
Fresh Tobac cos Cigars and Smokers
Material
Elizabeth Streo
WIHD MILES I
The undersigned is prepared to
put up the Halladay Standard
from S fret to 60 feet in diameter
Tho TJ S Solid froth 10 to 16 feet
in diameter
THE STEEL 6EJ MILL
Sieel Tower 10 and 12 feet in
diametur
Will al = o put up any other clasB
tf mill be may bo engaged fo
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