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VOL II
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STATE CFFICSKS
Onvtriicr
Lieut Governor JL 3L
< 9mpteller j d MtCaH i
and Commissioner W L ttcGauphey
Treasurer v W IS Wrtham
Attorney General c A CeHrson
Eupi Public Instruction 3 M Carlisle
DlSTEICr AXD CODSTr OFFICERS
< torgrt5srtaB Stli district V ilCraia
Elate Senator 27th district B AAtlee
Suprc ntauves SithtatacW g
Ceuuly Jcdgc > Thomas Carson
Connty Attorney XAugastin C Jav
Gouaty Clerk JovpnWebl
peris 11 O Forto
Treasurer C Garza
Assessor w Geo Chairpien
jKillcctor J A Browne
Surveyor Martin Hanson
HideInspector U Taiuayo
COOXTT COMMISSIOXEKS
ZlttizcfSo J A Vasaoes
IPreciuct Xo a E Kleiuer
Ireeuict Xo J F Garcia
Precinct Xo4 1 Perez
Connty court iEccia for csvu criminal a d jro
jala business on tha first Mondaysin March June
September and December
CIT1 OFFICEES
Mayor
Chief of Ionec
Trtt surorv
Isecret ry
Attorney
hurveyor
Awcsicr and GoUestcr
v s i > rsriiicxconrT
Tho following are tfce officers ofjrft tie tbaesimd
places vt holding court for the Wostera District of
Texas
< I S District Judge T S Jiexoy
Attorney v A J Kvaus
fClerfc D HHart
Varshal ItC Ware
Chief Deputy llarsaal J B WaLcr
< 3ourt convenes in San Antenre en the first Men
i days ui Jay and Xotcnioer
2u Auatm on thefint Jondays ia February and
July
vn Jre > rnsvilIo cc the first Jfonday ia Janaary
aiui second alonday in June
Zn 111 lo oi ue llrst Mondays In April and Oc
tober
TW2 > TSV IGimi JUEICliL ilSTEICT
tiitiict Jud e 23thjndlciiJ listnctJ C Hnssell
District Attorney John lKlciber
UitAact Ulezk Louis Hewalafci
i
iJutnttOnrtT ect 9f > ll
Cameron County First iiomLiya inreimaryand
September continued in session I o ivee
Hidalgo Coujty fourth Uoudaja alior tae iirs
Jondaj s in tbroaVy al S 4 > i 8l > er coatinnos
mbeo < > toQtno v vi i
SSUrr 4iMiuty Sixth Jin 1y afrtle first Jfon
xlaja ia February and opieiutwr oeuunues in
t session Ihreii weeJii
Nueces tiMiaty ii mth JfocdsysaXte Uiaflnrt Mou
1jj xa Jr coruary nd b n oubcr ointuKiej in
SOtolOU ui wicks
v s itiiJT Br rcsx rcr t rrcri
Caa juandcr Major Henry W 28
IjuartcrmasU Latuu 11 J UoiuuLui
2 > t surgeon vUapt VVm I Ifru
Tils CUSTCMLOUSE
b 2bcuM OSlectnr
ldoranrihw > fe < JL l l > puij
> iiUAJL nClef OcTj
tr a jkKiuit i niry vib k
at teA
Crane
Tlieiats Carson
Y Tamayo
A Forsyth
Jf K Kingsbury
W IX Afason
S W liroo <
vw8 Valdez
iliiXiOAN COASCJUVTIt
ederico Borrell ftnsnl
C SZJ S
aiJ OEASDL LODGE > 0 a A r A X B
A Tans aii WJ > L S Ijo iiua S W Isidore
Jii iJ It i Ojiu secretary It l > alzaU
Lr axy J x Mouusou S 1 IL U Wxllu
J iK ir > V ZLllcr Tyler YuiUng brothers cor
liti y invited Ix > dge meets Srsi ai d third Tues
U ja i eaUi mouth
KXIJHrj OF HOXOE LODGE SO 3W8 W F
D Jiiiut DirUur Frank Champion Vice Dicta
lor V lUioOj AseisUut lclator l J OeTuc
t xlcui > r 113 bii Tie Financial llejwrt r
H bairouod liooorjer t Ijeahy tiaide Jec
M Wnu ijr Caapiuii A Ttaii Irtisrtrer John
laieLm Uoardun M 1 liopez SentineL Lcd c
tncets outand ajd f ortli Tuo da s of each uiontn
C O O T LODGE So C IL JIarSi oble
jtra d WiUiam AUeale Xi < x Grand John O
tttuci Secretary George iloorc treisurer The
Lode meets every Wednesday nujut at JJO
Vioifij breturen and all Odd Fellow ia good
SUidius are cordially uviled to attend
jisiZL ssnrzsi
DSFAXTUES
For Alice Texas daily a m
ltio Grande Citv Mon
day WeJ and Friday at G ni
tor Iomt Isabel daily at J a m
Alatamoros ilexico Eeept Sun
day atJ oO a m
AKUIVALS
From Alice Texas daily at 10 p m
ltio Grande TrlWeekly at 7 pin
Point Isabel daily at 0 pm
ALitdiaoroj Mexico l3u p m
llllUOiZOS StS Z CTOIZT
American Coascl
Vice Cbnsul
S Tlnnhoitser
B elenberx
Oliver Hicks
CIVIL 0FFIGEE3
Federal Judge Luciano Cervantes
Judga 1st Instance Francisco Uuernt
President Citv Council 3L Bdrragan
Chipf of Police E PiZdfia
Collector oC State Tuc J 15 Zolezsi
Coll r Sump Tax A A Passemant
Collr city tax B do los tantos Coy
CU5TOMS OFFICERS
Administrador G Fernandez
Confctdor I Otivo
ActinT iis Captain custom jruards
F Arffiielles
An Opportunity
To buy a cheap farm in Cameron
County ci
nrr Acres more or les fo
OUU 1000 U S Currcnc
liis laudis situated five miles back
from the town of San Maria
has ulesquitf Ebony Ilackiieiry
and Ash timber It is alluvial soil
rnd etsy of cultivation
uitdress
Tro nsH i Tc
J X
1
riOOVKLQll MARIS
T 3J ioJ o J IL E vads
ilONimiS EDWARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
LAW1EX
1EX
JO GRANDE CITY
VT H ilASON
T
ATTORNEY AT LAW
> FTiCJi C er fevee and Elev
enth Street
BROWNSVILLE TEaIS
JOHN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Wil practice in the Federal and
Jrtate Courts
ltio Grande Cito Texas
faO H Thorn
DENTIST
Office fippjsife Millers dais
Brownsville Tex
Mm Hesse
J J COOKS
ulvll LlffilllCCl III
f
itoFEssioji Sj chains
ATTOItXE YSATL A W
Joniplctu Abstracts of Cameron
Oonnty Kut In The Office
BROWNS VILLB TEX
TUIES B WELLS
ATTORNET AT LAW
Brownsville Txas
OracoSeoonrl Ffcor IUo Oracle Haaroau BoUiIidb
Will practice in any of the Orarts FSateorFWeraL
Land and railroad htigation thn inTeatigaticn t
45Uc ainl prepanrtiOB ofolwtraclssiCoiaKcr
JjrCAMPBELLS WELCH
LAW jlsd LAND OFFICE
ESTASLISIIED 1851
Brasdi Office Bio GranSe City
Laud Abstnvcts a Specialty
Corpus Cheistc Tkxis
C REKTFRO
ATTORNEY AND
OUN SELORAT LAV
WiH practice in all Federal pnu
SLite Courts
Broicnsille
leaas
1N0 I KLEIBER
ATTORN EYATL A W
Oiiicc over First Itatio ial Rank
Drownsville Texas
Will pntclice in any of the
courts of tin State when Epeciallj
uiituloycil
A S THURMOND
°
ATTORNEY AT LAW
rnd Oe nc ral Land Agent
vIOTGRIA TEXAS4
IlcSmv F Il6rfe A 6 Stm r
Hord Sterne
AT OREYS AT LAW
Rio Grande City Texas
EnoWXSVILLE TEX
mm mm rjbuc shi uhd asert
Lands bought and fold mi uouunis
sion Several tracts for Sale
in Cameron Starr Webb
liigalsjo and Encinal
Conn tie
JJjoiviisville Texas
B Armstrong
TAXIDERMIST
DEALER IN
Mexican and Southern Birds
Mammal Skin BirdErjgS
and Specimens of Nat
ural History
0r W luiU H Si P r i
s pp IS
j u n u
DEALER IX
slinds Doors Sash
ALL KINDS Of
BUILfliNG MATEAIAL
Tlie ver lii iiugt vidi price piid
for HiKs Wool Coltor
Uiiut IJ iir Etf
M Sohodts
gnOWJSYlLLE TEX
IXE
S
MORGAN ST AmSHP 11
SOUTHERN PACiFlS COMPANY
ATLANTIC SYSTEM
Sleamers ntstli e rljts bcJveeu
J 5Iorg vi City or Ire Orleans
avA Erases Santiago via
Galreston at > cu erery
J B1ELENBERG
Gkneiui Abest rox JToetheux JfEXIOO
New ± ome
ewiner Machines
Tin Dst and E s e > t Ritiniiig
iliehino in tle world Took
the Medal for superiority
st the niTiit Qoiiiitihian
Woi Ids Fair
Dealer in
JEWELRY ARMS AND
AJLMUNITION
Conimereio L llatnnoros
K
JO
HE
Merchandise Broker
1S79 Established 1ST
I preecntiEK sosio orthe leading CoScsland Sbrw
homes Klca idlx Flonr MUIs Soap Candle
Ftirca ard Leaf Tobacco fatleriesm tkeU S
ESConsiomcnts Solicited
Elizabeth St
Ur wnsville Texas
lllhj brilUtiliJLi
f nmiw
DEALER IN
T 5
Fancy a id Staple Groceiies
Tinware Crockery and
Country Prdiice
ES Fresh goods received by every
stetuier
Fourteenth St Brownsville Tex
VJiOWXSVILLE TEA
Represents the Largest Grocery
llonse in the South
SELLS ALCOHOL IN 130ND
OLIVE OIL VINEGAR
POTATOES AND
DRIED FRUITS
KEEPS STOCK ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
Wiite for Terms Particulars etc
mm EawStSsi
CUSTOM HOUSE
AND
MERCHANDISE BIlOIIElij
Consignments Solicited
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For inrther information call on oi
uddrcfs
31 K EL SBU1T isjent
A BRAVE SOLDIER
SaVe3 tiiu TiXns Fl fi nmi 35u2rcr
at AiilittitfiK
The s3ror kyn Siaminrdtjnion
s < nt Iisiiiijr a feries rif Eoiies of
biae tkitl wiitttn hy pniniiiunt
uiin of the country The follow
nig is hom the pen of Colonel W
S Wfford
It was at the Lultle of Slurps
t ur wheie 1 hud the honor ol cm
niHirtling a Uri MOe umrur < Ttneral
d iol I ried m t Tfiuind any ol
heMiivivor lmrlh or Fonth that
Shnrpfrr or Autietani s mr
Ynnlcee frietrdd c ll it vits fir tin
titiniiuto cnpivgid tlie iiloedfeat tint
tettf the wiiPk
Ve hud Decn fijrhtifj all tlay
war or sbont a bnihliny known a
Mnmina c4in < cb Soimtiircs ne
were in the atlvrtiic of this bnild
n < r and again the teirilie iiring
would force tis to fcuE thelter in
the wood wlure there were aftw
pitees < f almoet useless arlillery
itieniy back mid weie ngain sub
jected io a perfect raisi yf shi s
The Fifth TtXit > on tho right ol
the brigade was cotbmindcd by
the giiilhtit Captain Irrner Etid aB
1 tode in his direction 1 notbid
that an ellisted man whose name
I rSHticd ttai ilonrue w6 engage
ing hun in earnest coiiverentonv
Refuio I came Mmiroa had left
the eitptniu Mid was miming like a
dter in the dirccion of the enemy
who were quick to fire on any tnov
iog ilusig Captain what dois
tlair tin aiif 1 asked as I looked
niter the H ing figure
Pointing to the trampled corn
lie id in which eo ninny meiijfriends
flig lising and lulling a bit agi
> ver near that burned stump and
he hsked for leave to go out and
get it
Has your rrgiment lost its
fig Ihsked Nil hereplied
with pride whats left of the
colors of the Fifth Ttxas is still
in our possession and well keep it
theie while theres a nun to cany
it and he pointed down ijie line
to where a lot of bloodstained
tttarc flipped about a bullet scai
red suff
It must he n Yankee fig I
said and if eo L hardly think it
piudeut to rirk a man on such a
venture
Captain Turner made no reply
but meanwhile my attention was
drawn to Monroe for I was now
intensely interested in the outcome
of this adventuiu
He teached the black stump
about two hundrid yards a wayand
dropped so suddenly that at firct
we thought he was thot Soon to
our great relief Monroe rose to his
knees We saw hiiu lifting a man
on iiis bick and that man clung to
ug
Monroe stiaightcncd tip took a
quick glance about him and then
darted fur our lines lie was a
young athletic fellow but he had
no childs burden Men were fnll
hi hackin the lino and how he
escaped is one if those wondeis
thai can never be explainedthongh
he was slightly wounded in the
choijlder
lie brought back with him not
a Yankee and his colors but the
cohr hearer and fisg ol the Fotirib
3rg fcijta
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS MONDAY MAT 14 1894
man in the brigade saw this exploit
ind greeted it with n ringing clrccr
The colors were saved and I mny
uddj the color Uarer got vcll
Ilad it tint been for Monroe the
lUg would have fallen intn the
hands of theenetuy and eo lean
not eonnt his act as siieer madness
THE ONA LICRE
Two Republic
TJieZjiii Libra or Free Zuie is
and lias long been n cunttaut coulee
of xlieeatisfactioti buih ii Mexico
and the United States American
ineicliHins doing bHeiuess at the va
rioiis towns on the north bank of
A we had done again nd again jtho R ° Grande claim th t their
natural traduia taken horn them
tho tlrove
dnrirg < lay we tIe
by tlie cheaper prices for which ail
cau be pmchased on the sutitli side
of that river They also claim that
the Fiee2me aflorda special faciii
lies fur the tmnggling into the Uui
ted btatea of Europcan goods
These complaints Seems to be well
iuuudcd but it must not he suppos
ed that the people of Mexico who
do not live within the lavored belt
have no cause for complaint lor
they have Indeed it is probuhie
that tin re is more opposition to the
FroeZ no in Mexico than there is
in the United States and it is not
to be taken for grauteJ then even
the Mexican government is particti
and toe by the captain saidj Ijrly pleased with the existence of
Monroe one of my men saw a that free belt The fpicial privi
hges etijnyed h the people of the
Fiee Zme in the w y of ex mption
from custom house duties are of
eourFO the onvy of the rest of the
people of the republic and ibis
alone would make it undesirable
But there are other objections to
the Free Z me It affords taciiities
for stnuirglmg Europeans and Ame
ricHti goods into Mxico and this
not only injures tho fiscal interests
but ititet teres with hgi imate trade
it mikes the maintenance thiough
out its entire extent ol hir e and
well orgntreed li c l gunrd ntccssa
ry thus adding to the taxes to be
paid by people who instead of re
seiving benefit get nothing bnt in
jury from it Ueiico nothing h
li Zirdid in saying thatthe Friju
Z nc is only popular mnong those
who reside or operate wishin itc
lituii There is good reason to be
lieve that it is the fixed policy of
the Mexican government to abolish
the Fiee Zme This can not well
tie done aU at once and by a single
act without injuring cat tain ituer
ests which aro entitled to proUe
tion and therefore the abolition
will be cairiid out by degrees Al
ready a sniill duly e levied on for
eign good imported into Zona Libre
nd it is understood that this duty
will be gradually increased until
the full tariff rale is reached These
observation have hem suggested
by the fact that a movement is on
font in El Paso to induce the secre
tary of the tnasniy of the United
Statts to foibid the Ciriying in
bond of goods destined for Mi xiro
across Aineiieau territory so long
as Zona Libie eXiets in this com
V exa Tc m lost ia our retreat L 7try try It Js i c iruSHLb thai eL a j1
NOL 2 < ji
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report
ABSOUUIEiaf PURB
s
retaliatory tneasnie will ho resorted
to by tire goycrrTne t of the United
States when it is known it wonld
principally injure Amciicati rail
nihd wiihont bringing abont tho
desired object any sooner Hian it
will fee brought aborit oy the volnti
taty aci > n tif Misico It ia he
lieved here that the Z ua Libre wil
lie hboh fhid jiirt as soon as this can
be done in justice to xert iii inter
e < tp Hiul this is sll that tho people
ol EI irtso cr vlsewtiuic ciild ex v
pect
CHICKENS FED CRACKED
ICE
Buffalo Express
The heat in Mexico said A1T
diitniflnConn lins Flynn to a
f 1 group
articles ol Europeans pioducttuiiq
1 A T
of tritTiGs laikrow this
on morn
ing is so great that the natives
arc obliged to resortto a greaf
many expedients Ihey have to
feed the chickens on crucked ice ty
prevent them froin lajing hatd
boikd eggfs As ice ia worth 12
cent3 a pound duwn in that coun
tiy that brings the price olrggd
up to 5 a dczen
Did they ever try to hstch ont
china nest eggs done there Cor
neeiacked one of the patty
Oh yes replied the Alderman
hut they hid to giro it up The
chickens hatched from china Ijr se
all had glass eyes and couldnt sco
to pick their food Ic was neccs
sary to empoy a man to feed them
and his keep knocked out the prof
its so tluy quit Wonderful peo
ple them Mfxicjuf Astonishing
how long thV Jive I cuppose ila
the dryness of ihe atmosphere I
saw one man who was not less thati
200 years old
Whats that Alderman
Two hundred and one years
siven months and twelve days to
be exact lie was the father of
eightysix children and had been
married eleven times Nothing
I
siow about that old gent was
there I had n fine time in Mex
cn but the cost of ice and chicks
ens is so great that n man doesnt
want to stay there more than forty
years
The Indians always sings before
a fight So do iho opera singers
Yonkerd Statesman
It ia always best for a man to
keep his temper 2so one else wanto
it Picayune
AWARDED
UiirhcsC Ilonors Yorlda Fair
CSEASS
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