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VOL III
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SOCIETIES
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PIO 0KASDEXODOE SO
81 i F A M 9 L
Dwonnin W J Isidore
JVarLsrS W Q Katanson
JWrW A Neale Secre
Urv B DalzeU Treasurer
RC Jacy 8 U B 112
WaUis J D G W Miller
Tjler fisitins brethren
cordially Invited v Lodge
mccta tatand third Tucs
ESIOirS OF HONOR
XODQESO 3730 W
1 Dennett Dictator
Frank Champion VIco
Dictator il Hanson
AssUtant Dictator F
J Combe Past DicUtor 3 B Sharpe JinD
Itcporjcr U Sherwood Kocorder tfLcahy Onmo
JcssqO Wheeler Chaplain A Turk Xreasucr
John Thielen Guardian Jf P ropez Sentinel
Iodae meets second and fourth Tuesdays or eacn
knonth
XSCELSIOK lodge o
10 LOO F ChasF
THghman Noble Grand
John O Stucke Vice
Grand Victor Eglyjri
rhe Wdge rnocla
Sccretarrt Will Alton Treasurer
vSuesdaynfehtat 7 30 Visiting brethref
tery cordlailj
iTugood standing e
tud alt Odd Fellows
avltcd to attend
jFiioF ssiojr iL citiis
p OOPRLCU MATJI3
ATTORNE YSATLA W
DKALEES IN KKAL KSTATK
Goiiijiluto Abstracts bT Rmerqii
County Kept In Tie Office
BROWNSVILLE TEX
TA ES > B WELLS
ATTOKXEY AT LAW
rownsviUe
Texas
OCico Second Floor Bio Grande Eailroad Building
WiU praclico inauyof the Cburts Ptatebrredcral
Land and railroad litigation tho ImcstigaUon of
UUei and prcparatloD of abstracts epocalUes
Ji ±
TNO i 4tkEi > BER
ATTORNEYATLA W
Oilico over First Jb atioiint Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will practice in aiiy of the
conrta of th < S t at v1fcii specially
employed <
t u
> rrentfro
attorney and
counseloratlaw
Will pradtico In all Federal and
Statd Courts
Brownsville Texas
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JOHN P 1LELSEY
ATTORNEY r LAW
Will practice In the Federal mid
fctate UoitrtB
tito G > dn < k CU Texas
r li MASOiSi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
i 3fic Grner Levee and Elev
6nth Street
BROWNSVILLE
J BAtoNnOE
MONROE EDWARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ttlO GRANDE 01TY TEX
Plilipp
TEXAS
J IL Edwards
iBBOWSSVlLLE TES
SURVEYOR NOTARY PUBLIC d LAHD AGENT
Landa bonglit ntld sold on conuuiB
sion Several tracte ft r 6alc
in Cameronj Starr Webbj
HigaI o and Eucitial
Counties
G H Thorn
DENTIST
Office Opposite tiers Hotel
EiOwnMli Text
sfef
Al JSttTISElIEyTS
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DEALER IN
LUMBEBI
ftlinds Door Sash
ALL KIND OF
BUfflHNG MATERIAL
The very highest Cash prices paid
for Hides Wool Cotton
Bones flair Etc
M Schodts
Brownsvile Texas
MORGAN S S
LINE
SOUTHCRH PACIFIC MPJNY
ATLAKTIC SYSTEM
Steamers i nake trips betVeen
Morgan City or New Or eans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
every 10 days
For further information call on or
address
AT B idXGSBUliY Agi ± t
rank
i
BROWNSVILLE TEAT
Represents the Largest Grocsry
Utilise in the South
SELLS ALCOliOL IN BOND
OLIVE OIL VINEGAR
POTATOES AND
DRIED FRUITSt
KEtiPS STOCK ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
Write for Therms Particulars etc
Headquarters
foii
And Fancy Goods of all Descrip
tionp aiiitable for
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Music Books Stationery tojs jrens
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods of every description
Just received by
MRS GEO LUUSSE
Bro wnsville Texas
C Agent for Otfs Tombstones
J BU2LENBERG
QENERAL AOEXT OV I OUTUEUN 3lEX
New Home
Sewing Machine
The Best and Easiest Running
Machine in the World Took
the Medal for superioty at
the recent Columbian
Worlds Fair
Dealer In
JEWELRYs ARMS AND
AMMUNITION
Go nim ercio 5t
Matam ros
O
DEMOCRATIC
ate Ticket
ForGoVcrndr
T CIJAS A CULBERSON
lieutenant Governor
GEO TAYLOR JESTER
Attorney General
M iM Criue
tiomm tssioners General Land Office
AJ BAKER
Comptroller
R W FINLEY
Trcsurer
W B WORTIIAM
Superintendent Public Inutruction
J M CARLISLE
Chief Justice Supreme Court
REUBEN R GAINES
Associate Justice Supreme Court
TOM J BROWN
Associate Justice Supreme Court
LEORY G DliNMAN
Judge Court Cfiniiaal Appeals
J M HURT
J udge Court Criminal Appeals
I JOUN 8 HENDERSON
DEMOCRATIC
For County judge
TUOMAS CARSON
For District Clerk
LOUIS KOWALSKL
For County Clerk
JOSEPH WEBB
For County Attorney
AUGUST1N CKLAIA
FbrTax Assessor
GEO CUAMPiONi
For County Treasurer
CELEDONIO GARZA
For Sheriff
E C FORTO
For Surveyor °
M HANSON Jr
For Tax Collector
JAS A BROWJSE
For Hide Inspector
C T A MAYO
Supt Public Schools
E II GOODRICH
Justice Peace Prec No 2
GEO W MILLER
For Constable Prec No i
JAS CONNOR
For County Commisssioiifcfs
A VASQUEZ
EMILE1CLEIBER
F GARCIA
PABLO PEREZ
THE GROOM
DEALER IN
Fancy aad Staple Groceries
Tinware Crockery and
Country Prduce
E Fresh goods received by every
steamer
Fourteenth St Brownsville Tex
PEffJ SaWAKSK
MAHUFACTURERS AGENfi
Hlercbnilise ffro < kiej
1S79
Established
18791
RoprMentics ci2a oftho leadlne Coffee ind 8a ar
htji8 Bios 11U Flanr ills 8o p Cuidle
Ctrch arJ Leaf Tobacco tictones In the U S
Consignments Solicited
Elizabeth St Urownsville Ttaas
01J ticwsjiapcra for edlc at thi
llicc al SS e ss i er hundrcdj i
QUIET AT WASHINGTON
Pililidanp on the Htiating Piob
abb In ri < ie in tlw Anny Jii5
tite Brewir o i Pttr otisir
From Our Mrgulaf C > rrospondi ntt
Wellington Oct 22 1S9J
Piiliticiaits are euaice aruund WhsIi
uigNiii jnai now im d everything is
u litiduilty quiet at the Congreseion
> lieaiiqu irterS of the purtie Tin
roiifon is not far to setk The
Washington end of the cjuipm gn
in kmg plttns and sendiig out do
cument if practically over and
the politicians arc in the field try
ing to clinch their printed ar n
inetite with talk The oflicul al
be eevcrnl headquarters keep up
their assertions of confidence but
none of them care to back np their
claims with dctuiU thowing tin
distrctd thiy expect to carry and
I he vote they cxpict to get all g < v
ingthe s me reBon that to do so
would Hid their opponent The
opinion id the tnost disinterested
ihen in Wasiiington is that thedem
ocrats will not fleet a majority of
tlie H use and many of thein are
tlso ot tlie pinion I hit tlie n pubh
cans will do no better Which
iiioitiu that tluy believe the pnpu
lipt li vo abetter chance to elect a
ufHiiiint irunber of nicnibers to
hold the balance of power thn
either the deiimcrnts or lepublicins
liavfc to elect a iiiHJurity Your
uoirisp ndent believes th t tin
South is lliu dou ll iil factor in the
problem It tlie democrats c > > n
hold their oVii in the South they
will etand an excclient cliauce ol
ruUtiiing he House by a veij
Jtinill injmMy but if the populietb
make the gains they texpecis to
in kt iti tint a > ctiou the dcuhtcmtH
will luve a eiitii chance
Th > new Museum of tho Post
OMice Dpnitihent whs opened to
the public today and it if wtll
woich h vis t It einhracts the ex
dibits tint depir munt Iiad at tin
Worla b Fair which has been large
ly added to and fehowa practically
the manner in which the uiiils hvr
been handled frum the days idthe
pony express to tho prcsfiir the
exhibits including a puny poet
mounted and equipped a 7000
model ol the etc trship City of
Paris a model of tlio Bdelieel
steamer Southerner which carried
the first mails across the Atlantic
Miid up to dote postal or and lots
of othr things connected with the
in til sevice at various periods in
U history
It is linw evident that a concert
ed effort will be mado at the com
ing short session of Congress to
largely increase the atandjng army
of the United Sutee Tho fiist
official step was taken when G n
eral Schofield in his annual re
port took the 6tnke troubles as a
ext to preach dpon tho necessity
for doubling the size ol the arny
Just as the ett ct of hi recommen
V
datiun was dying out Adjutant
General Rnggles Eteps to the front
with his annual report recommend
ing an increase of the army In
a few weuta the annual report of
the Secretary of War will be made
public and cioioly following that
will ao mu the Presidents anntfil
message to Congress and I wll
miss iny gucFS if both do not recom
mend an increrfsi in the army The
piople ra y just make np their
minds that this is going to bo alive
question this whiter both in ahd
out of Oorigrcs e
See retitfy Carlisle fs sofiia hat
4 ± i rt wf
l < > L
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 2T 1894
Mi 10iv
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest tfS Gov TReport
ABSOLUTELY PUBE
woiricd aboWt that decision of
Solicitor Reeve that counties had
a right to issuo bonds of email
denomination to be used as money
without paying tho federal tax im
posed on State Banlc currency He
has learned that the commissioners
ol Floyd Count Ga fiom whom
jamu the question that brobglit but
the opinion are preparing to tnli
uiit a bond issliu to the voters of
the county at the coming election
and are eo certain that itwill be
authorised that they are getting
eveiything ready to isriie tlio bonde
in denominations of five ten and
twenty djllars with tho intention
to citcnltte thtin as uuiney taking
it for granted tint Solicitor RoeVuV
decision whs final Secretary C r
lisledoLSut take that view of the
matte and he has referred the
dicision of the Solicitor to tin
attorneygeneral for review and
those Geoigia financiers may find
out before long that they will not
be allowed to run opposition even
in a local way to Uncle Sain in tin
issue of motuy At IcaBt that is
the impression of thosu who have
heard Secretary Carlisle epeak ahnit
tlie mater
Justice Brewer of the U S
Supremo Ciiurt in advocating <
nation holiday to coumcinonite
the joiut Buuiversaiie3 cf the battle
of S iaogn and the surrender at
S
lorktown at the last lUQetin < > of
tlie Sons of the American re vbti
tion ued some language that
should b read by every American
and pondered over sWe are to >
busy he said with every d y
u re3 and engrossed in tho business
and aiiibitidn ol our duly life Af
a result we lorget patriotism There
fore v e should have niore national
hrj daye Somesiy that patriotism
is mere sentiment but a mah with
no eentimeut is worse off than a
man without nutsie in his son he
is fit lor treason etrtagin and
spoils In every heart should it
he the purpose to take the groat
oath of Andrew Jackson
By tho eternal oer all this land
That flag shall float
One song from every throat
That flag forever free the song of
liberty
CilUEL IE TRUE
Laredo Times
Remembering the f3Ise reports
about Col Hernandez and others
being cruelly shot in M x c j the
Times has learned to tike repoit
of thit character wtli grain ot
salt Therefore the following run
theE g le Pass Guide of last Satur
day may or may not bo true
CaptT Jeaus Herrer j a promi
nentlerfdcr of the Cardeni6ta8 in
the electoral reform campaign in
Coaiift ila last year wusoh Tuesday
last takeri outside the town ol Lain
pizos add shot No one ridtnit
having done tlio cleed or scdn it
done bitttherb is ro dodbt Oapt
Hofrera was exeedttfl imaur the
terribly vll ective method of the law
do fuga which gives ah nnwilling
fugitive iio tilace but t6 do shot
Oi pU Tlefrera Was arrested and
iffcd at complieityj for rf thone
cotiQidefritidn in life vidnappu g
b or for tntlcd SttifU oflh ° of
>
Baking
Powder
a Mexican citizen whb was wanted
on tliis side fur horep theft lid
wmB Sentenced to sixteen years in
tlie penitentiary aifdVas b eibj
escortid to Saltillo by a f quad of
tioop s commanded by thb pr er cut
chief fficer of iho post in C Por
tirio Di z Who saw his prismer
safely lodgfd in j > ll at Lunpizcs
but nxt morning the cell vrk
empty n n1 Capt Ucrrern s s u
who htd Ukn hs father soino
fo > d it quired where his father
was and was told in careless casual
maimer that the body of a dead
man lay otrtide the city He wetiK
out and recognized tho body of hid
father
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Pap Cui t yon remember when v
I left my ey glaesi8 this Ji rning
Dorn Ni I can i Pripaf It id
roallyinarvelotis the frgetlulnisa
of yen girls Tit Bts S
Sp cc I sent you a paragraph
a Bhort time r5 Dd joti nteijlt
it Editot I did Spacer Then
why dont yon pay me for it EU
tor I accepted it as a joksv Harleul
Life
Slumm IIVe yo ti sen tho
arrangt ihent for ladies theater
hat > Glu miii N < what i
Sumin Ild astep ladder attach
ment so aman can clitnb Up and
look over Detroit Freu Prcei
e
D jected Youth I would Iikn
to return this engagement ring I
v zz v 4 P
Fpuruli lsed here a few days hgi >
Jeweler Didnt it suit the young
i DjectedYoUth oiler but
another young idnti liad ifr oad
given her one just like itand I
would like to exchange it for a
wedding present TidBits
My name is Smith ho Uaid
advancing to Bloobumperj with
extended hand You may not
remember me b ut I irnt yon at
Saratoga last rtinfiiicr1 4 V ery
glnd to eee you Mr Smith replied
Bloobnmrer Your name is per
fectly timiliai to me but I e a it
recall yo rir face Slilith Griiy
Companys Monthly
Miss Columbia How is it Lord
Tiiffnutt that so many of your
English noblemen cm so lower
tlnhisblvcs as to hiairy Amcricari
heiresses for their money Lord
Tbffniitl It is ndthing my dear
M > ss Columbia but tho hopeless
iespair of ever being able to obtain
tho inniny in
Hailein Life
tctC
auy other way
The tongne recovers from nn id
jury much more quickly than any
other part ot the iiuuiai system
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AWARDED
Hbhriri Worlds
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BAKING
POWDm
MOST PERFECf MADIIr
A pure Crapb Cream of ljrdf PaWdif Friw
frorn Ammonia Alnlf jf any qlhcrlHtilt eran
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