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The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, July 30, 1896, Image 5

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BIO OBASDE LODGE SO
81 A F A M 8 W
Broots VT ilX let
Sore Jaris S W M
TTerljutkl S I > W A
bMlo Secretary Bobt
DaUcll Treasurer K C
Uars S WB H WaUla
J D 6 W MUIer
Tyler YiBltiuR brethren
cordially ItrrttcB I xlge
faeeU flrJl and third ftaeeday In each mouth
EXCELSIOR LODGE NO
10 I 0 O T Milton
J Fletcher Noble
Grand John M
Ilaynes Tic Grand
irani Smith Secretary John 3 Stucte Trea
surer Victor Esly Jr Sitttng Past Grand
George W Wilier D D G M Tne Lodge
meets at 730 p m every Wednesday night
Tisltug brethren and all Odd FeJows in
feood itaxidln tro cordiallT invited to attend
KxiGins or noNOE
LODGE NO 3730
Jf Hatson jr Dicta
tor i 4 Browne Vice
Dlctitor Jesse O
Wheeler assistant Bic
pr Frank Champion Taut Dictator H Sherwood
J B Shmrpe Financial Reporter A
Exporter
Xurt Trcasttrcr J J Smtth Chaplain v
Leahy Guide Pamaao ymi Guardian Domingo
Bennvidci Sentinel Trustees F J Combe C
Gaeza and A A Brovrne Lo e meets second
4 nd f mrth Tuesdays of each month
Catsomc KsiaHts op Amseicv St Josephs
Branclt No 715 iletls on tie 1st and 3d Tues
day ofeach month at 8 p m from ittf 1st to
50th and at 7 pm from Oct 1st to April 30th of
tach month in Branch Ball at St Josephs College
Spiritual Director Ser Fri SirolJ Piesident A
A Browre VicePresident Fred J Comlie Bee
tSecrctary lohnP Putcjiiatrinaujal Socretary
BeftJ O Hieks Treasnrar if Feriandcz Jr
ergt at arms J P Scanlui Sentinel Fantos
Valdes jr Truntces Jesse Thurham F J
ombc A A Brtvrne
rownsvule
DOSHECTINQ AT ALICE TT1TH SAN ANTONIO
fc ABAN8AS PASS and JESIOAN NATION
AL RUay
This Line Carries the Unite1
States Mail on Schedule
Time of 40 Hoiirs
Stages Leave Alice nd Brnwm
ville Dnily at 6 a tn Sun
days included mid arrive
at Destination die
next Evening
BATES OF FARE
fc
Round Trip Ticket S225
One Trip i 1500
Children under 12 years half fare
Children under live years free
ABQLPH ASHHEIMJk innrasTiHeTo
THOS BEYNOM
PROP AND ii R
Go To
ff CootinentaH
l < V Fine Wliiskpy < Whips dog ihc
Doinuetid and Imported Cignre
30
John I Ms
Restaurant
Table supplied with fresh Dsh oyster
game and vegetables
Vnfortableand w eil furnished rooms
in connection with restaurant
vre3h To bao o3 Ci aH and Smoker
MateiF
Elizabeth Street
VIM VMWIM
HUN HAiriiN
ml lid t blinilsi tUl
SacdeBSor to Oiiristisb tioPS
DEALER itf
eEHERAL mmmi
lifhasb Price Paid For Country
Produce1
Point Jsala 1 ill Twds
SUMMER EXCURSION
TIMS TAfifcE
OF THE
io wide
From and after June 15ilit 1896
regular passenger train will
run aa followbt
Passenger Train between Brownf
villo and Point IshIk1 in effect
on and after June IS
REGULAR TRAIK
Leaves Brownsville Daily at 5 pm
Tomt Isabel 730 am
Arrives 615 prii
iirownsville 8 45 am
EXCURSION TRAINS
Lvc Bvilleevery Saturday at 5p m
Sunday a m
PrIsabel ip m
Excursion tickets are good until Hon
day mornings train
ErQmnmukitioncaplsgood for thirty
first cltss round trips transferable
to members dE ones family good unti
September 20th 1896 will be sold for
82500 Mexican coin
JOSE CELAYA
GENEKAl MANAGER
hampion
BROWNSVILLE TEX
REPRESENTS Til 15 LA RGEST
GROCERY DOUSE IN
THE SOUTH
Sells Alcohol in bond Olive Oil
Vinegar Potatoes nnd Dried
Frnitp Wines Ltqnors
Grain in car lot Coffee
Pice and MoUbspp
ft
if
For Architetttnral Iron Work Eenceb
Railijga and Jails Fire and
Burglar Proof Safes Coffin
TritntninRB Stoves Per
furriery and Snaps
A FULL STOCK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
J gTWrire For Prices and Term
MORGAN S S
LINE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CQMPAHY
ATLNTIG SYST15M
Steamers rtisiUe trips between
Morgan City or New OreanS
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
every 10 days
For further information call ori or
address
L B KINOSBUPA Agent
Headquarters
fOU
And Fancy Goods of all De6crip
ion anilahlo for
Wedding and Birthday Present1
Iitsic Books Stationery toys reDs
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods of every description
just received by
Ml gEO KUIJ SSE
Bro ynsville texas
Cheapest Purest end Best Family
Medicine Iri the World 1
For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION Jaun
dice Bilious nUacfesSICKUl ADACHK Colic
Depression o Spirits SOUR STOJIACH
Heartburn etc This unrivalled rehiedy is
Vvnrranted not to contain a single particle of
MEKCLItY or any mineral substance bUt is
PURELY VEGETABLE
containing those Southern Koots and Herbs
which an alUwixe Providence lins placed in
countries wnrre Llvrr Diseases most prevail
It will cure all Disease cau < ed by Derange
ment of the Liver nnd Hovel
The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a
bitter or bad taste in the month Painin the
Back Sides or Joints ofien mistaken for Kheu
mn im Sour Stomach Loss of Appetite
Bowels alternately costive and lux Headache
Loss of Jlcmory with r painful sensation of
liavim failed to do something which ought to
hitvc been done Debility Low Spirits a thick
yellow appearance of the Skin and Kves a dry
Cougli ottcn mistaken for Consumption
Societiuies many qf thcxesyniptoins attenej
the disease at others very few but the Liver
is generally the seat of 0i disease nnd if not
Kegulntcd in time great suffering wretchedt
nessnnd DEATH will ensue
The
to
following highiy esteemed personsattest
the Virtues of Simmons Liver Regulator
Via Hon Alexander 11 Stephens
We have tested ita virtues personally and
know that for Dyspepsia Biliousness nnd
Throbbing Headache it is the best medicine tho
world ever saw Wc tried forty other remedies
before Simmon Liver Regulator butnonegave
us more than temporary relief but tho Regtii
lator not only relieved but cured us 1JD
TELEGRAPH AW > MESSENGER llacon ia
iUNUFACTUKEn ONLY MY
J H ZlilLIN CO Philadelphia PA
PR0PESSI0NAL CARDS
TAivES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
hroxonsville Texas
dee Second Floor IUo Grande Ballroftd Building
Will practice in any of the Court RUte or Federal
and and railroad litigation tho Investigation of
I tips and preparation ofabstracta specialties
TT7 N PARKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
JjrownsvilleTexds
Temporary office over Pellat Restaurant
W1U practice in any of tbo courtii State or
redenl Special attention fitvon to perfecting
and titles
PI n GOODRICH
A TTORNE VATL A W
DEALBK IN REAL EPTATK
jomplete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In The OlSce
BROWNSVILLE TEX
n H MARIS
Lawyer and land agent
money to loan on
good security
Office in IJaizell Building on
Levee Street
BroionviUei Texas
TWO I KLEIBER
AttORNEYATLAW
Mlice over First National Rank
Rrown8vil Texas
Win practice in atiy of the
jourte of th < State when specially
Miiployed
T > U KENT FRO
ATTORNEY AND
JO UN SE LORATLA W >
ill practice in all Federal nnd
itato Ooiirtfl
Brownsville Texas
JOHN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY a TLA Wt
Will practice in tho Federal and
tate UonrtB
tin Grande Oiiyt Jexas
TAS H EDWA11DS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titles Investigated and
Abstracts Furnished
UidaUjo Texab
i MMJC Yflll o Tirtat ljmplcs Cop
lUU njlcrod Spots Achej Old tioreM
tidJIcirs In ilooth lUlrKalllngl Write COO
WBEMEDV CO COT Masonic Tcrnplcj
f 5ChIcaro 111 tor proofs of curee Capy
Ij ttl SSOOGOO Worst c3K caret la
to at dura lOOpnec > tooolt free
i <
ASK tne recovered SILYER COMMIT
dyspeptics bilious 5 <
sufferers vTctims of
fever and ague the
mercurial disensccl
patient ho > v tbey re
covered health cheer
fnl spirits hnji rood
nppetitel tliey will tell
you by Inking SIM
MOSS Liver regu
lator
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 30 139
TEES ADDRESS
Ask Support for Bryan and
Bewail and Campaign
Contributions
St Louis Mo July 25 The
national committee of the silver
party has issued nn address to
the public It is signed by the
committee and reads as fol
lows
Tojthe American people In
asmuch as it has been rharped
upon the national silver party
assembled in St Louis that we
are a convention of repudiators
revolutionists and anarchists
we submit the following to the
candid judgment of the people
In our delegations are found
veterans of the Mexican war
fortynine ex confederates and
sixtynine union army veterans
of the late war
Of the t23 delegates attend
ing nine are prohibitionists 49
lire populists 140 are demo
crats and 526afe republicans
Under this composition of the
convention We appeal to all
true patriots without regard to
previous party affiliation to
vote for Hon William J Bryan
for president and Arthur Sew
all for Vice president of the
United Statps A result of this
election which means the re
storation of the free coinage of
silver oh equal terms with gold
will be the providing thereby
of a growing volume of money
whirh will tend to disseminate
rather than to aggregate
wealth whijh will relieve the
present profound depression
and replacB it with an early
prosperity ATe Urge you to
unite upon this ticket as your
sole hope of escape from the
rigors of a grinding gold mono
poly Ours is a poor mans
campaign We therefore cnll
for contributions toward the
legitimate expenses the satin
to bg sent to William P St
John treasurer at 121 East
Thirty fourthBtrpet New York
Contiibutions of i or more
will be regularly acknowled
ged
THE CUBAN GONTEST
Spaniards and Insurgeuls joth
Active at New Orleans
Moving West
New Orleans La July 25
This city is thoroughly amused
oner the recent movements of
the Spaniards and Cubans here
There is no longer any doubt
that the center of operations
for both parties is being trans
ferred from the eastern cities to
ports along the gulf and that
they are gradually moving lb
the southwest
The past weeks record has
been remarkable First was
thediscovpry that the Spaniards
are quietly building a cruiser
for the aid of the Spanish navy
Second was the appearanceof
G Ewing Price bearing rqnT
mission papers from the Culuiui
secretary ofwar toraiA ernjjaey
and arms for the insrfrgenfc
canse n
Highest Of ali ia Leavening PowerALatest U S
A h
fight rejKjft
> the < Greek insurgents invaded
iXTacddoiiia
and rande the attack
on Turkish troops at Kara rJJa rj
ivsasf re
mmjiiTE i
ling revelation An odd look
inn traveler who appeared at
Hotel Grunewald the other day
turns otit to be a Spanish ofli
cial in America for the purpose
of buying mules for Generalftlie
Weylers army It was pract
ically admitted by prominent
Spaniards today that this was
the mission of Senor Diego Lar
ron in New Orleans where he
has purchased a cargbof mules
Larron left for St Lonis where
it is understood he will buy an
other bunch This iirst invest
ment will amount to 30000
FILIBUSTERS KILLED
bnia since
near Moushawhic
ported on Saturdaj
Key West FIaM July 25
Twelve of the filibusters recen
tly landed in Cuba by the
stealher Three Friends have
been killed by the Spaniards
according to letters received
here They were landed at a
pointeast of Havana A small
baud of insurgents was in wait
ing and took the arms into the
mountains While waiting they
were discovered by a Spanish
column The filibusters tied
intj the forests and for four
days were without food On
the fifth day after some had
died of heat and exposure they
met some insurgent scouts who
undertook to guide theni to a
place of safety Soon after this
they ran into a Spanish column
Gabriel Offial and Louis Payoll
of Key YVest JohnFloyd of
Columbus Ga and Pearce
Atkinson who is related to
a Jacksonville family were
among the killed The names
of the other members of the
expedition eluded the Span
iards and after great suffering
reached an insurgent camp
sPAOTSii itEPbRTs Fiioir cuba
New Tork July 25 A spe
cial to the Herald from Havana
sajs Lieutenant Colonel Al
bergoti froni Aguacat > fli iil y
reports having defeated the
combined insurgent forces un
der Agriirfe and Aranguren
near Cardenas AlbergOti esti
mates that there were more
than 1000 men on an English
plantation near there Thur 5
day The Spanish captured
tho rebel munitions anusand
horses
< i
i i n j
FRESH FJi HT REPORTED
Greeks Satff ToHave Attacked
TuritiaiTTKfe in Mace
pns J
is
4
20 A fresh
have occur
4
lWcedonicn
heeled with the
iast j ear along the l
frontier and whi J
I hough t to be incited by
Macedonian central committee
although this committee has
been active this year having
issued a manifesto in June
stating that reform in Macei
donia by peaceful means is no
longer to be reliedoh and the
committe will concentrate all
their energies to obtain real
political autonomy
The Southern tracts of Mace
donia are mainly inhabited by
Greeks A prominent diplomat
is isaid to be well versed in
the affairs of Eastern Europe
and long a resident in the Bal
kan Peninsula was fettehtly
djtpttid as saying
It i3 hard tobelieve that
conjoined action for thHfurther
ance of a Certain object could
be undertaken by the inhabi
tants of that region which is
called Macedonia Doubtless
in various neighborhoods in
surrectionary movements of
more or less magnitude would
gain adherence but srich rising
will always remain as of mire
local importance for the reason
that it is impossible to imagine
a combined Macedonian insur
rection Such movement must
invariably take place under
Bulgarian Servian Albanian
or Greek auspices They will
not be so much directed against
turkey but either will take tho
form of the nationality rising
against another or a number of
others
It remains tdb eseen whpther
the insurrectional movement
under Bulgarian auspices will
make common canse with that
under Greek auspices which
the Greek Minister of War in
response to a representation by
the powers has promised 10
take measures to suppress
insurge
th > United
reiki probJ
<
Worlds faltv
MOST PERFECT MADE
jVprire Gripe Creat6f Tartar Powder Fr
rHi oi any other sduersn
Today brought aubtherstart1 he inroads byGreek insur ban Aoruonia
ars tub stauoaed

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