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Node SecretiTr Bout
PalicU JlcMnrfJS
J il G W Miller
Tyler Visiting brethren
cordHUy invited XodBe
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ESCTXSIOH LODGESO
10 1 O O F Milton
J Fletcher Xqble
Grand John M
Haynea Vies Grand
grarilc Smith Becretury John 3 Stucko
Surer Victor Eiy Jr Sitting Ftst Grand
Tne Lodg °
JcorgeW jriller D D G M
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tt 7 3 p vory JdncKasy
BlsltuiR brethren mA aU Odd FeAoTrs tin
oodiUuJutgire cbrdlanv Invited to uttthd
K > TIGHTS OF HONOR
LODGE NO 3730
H Bauson jr Bicta
lor A A Brorae Vice
Dictator J ese O
Wheeler AgslstantDlc
flri FrinkCUunplon Put Dictator H Sherwood
Reporter A
Sfportef J B Slurpe mnancial
5 Treasurer J J Baritb Chaplain M
rLeaby GuideDfcmaso Lorna Guardian Domlnpro
Bennvidez ScatindTrustees F J Combe O
Gaeia and A A Browne Tsoiw meets second
iad fourth Tuosdaya of each month
Cathoeic Ksigcts or Amebic St Josephs
branch No 745J Sfeett on the 1st and 3d Tues
WflayofeachiuonthatS p m from Jfay 1st lo
0th and at 7 p ta torn Oct 1st to April 20th of
each month In Branch HalLaUSt Josephs College
Spiritual Director Sev Fr Slrrts Picsldenti A
4 Browre VicePresideatFred J Oomb > r ltec
Secretary JohnP Fntepiit FinanialSocretary
fienj O HieVa Treasurer i Feraandca jr
Beret at anna J P Scanfan SSritlnel Pantos
Valdea Jr Trutcea Jcsso Thorhaa F J
Gombc TA Urctrae
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For fi inf Vr hiskiy Wint8 Cu > ihc
DiMUietic and Impirted Ci nre
Oi armlle and Tobacco of
All Kinds
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ironriciors
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ONNECmNa AT ALICE WITH aVN ANTONIO
ABAN8A8 PASS and aEXIOAN NATION
AL Eiilw 7
riiis Line Carries the Uniteo
States Mail on Schedule
Time of 40 Hours
Binges Eeave Alice and Browne
ville Daily at 6 a tri Sun
xlaya included and arrive
at OestitiHtiotithe
next Evnaing
EATS8 OF FAlfcE
Round Trip Ticket S 225i
K3neTripv v v 1500
Children under 12 years hall tare
Children under five years free
PaJSi ilEiai giBrasiillETe
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Saloon
Tex
IQHil 1 Mj
ilestaiirant
iable supplied with fresli islr oyster
tJame and vegetables
Uonfortable and well furnished r66me
in connection with r sbuirant
ti3h Tobaj 03 Ciif3 and Srrioker
ilaterl
E iziheth SreeL
MO HAS illllli lull
SuceesBOr lo Christiuu iljf
DEALER IN
OENERiL iUillSE
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IQhlfflOe
From aiid after June 15th 1S9G
regular passenger train will
run as follows
Passenger Train between Brownp
ville Hnd Point Isabel in effect
6n and after June 15
REGULAR TRAIN
LeavesBrownsvilleDatty at 5p > m
roint Isabel 7S0anj
Arrives lU5pm
845 am
Brownsville
EXCURSION TRAINS
Lve BvillecveyySaturdiiy at 5p m
t Sunday 9a m
Ptjsabel 4P m
Excursion tickets are good until Mon
day mornings train
Commutation cards goccTfnr thirty
first class round jtrips transferable
to mombers of ones family good unti
September SOth 189G will be sold for
S2500 Mexican coin
JOSftCELAYA
GENERAL MANAGER
BROWXSVILLE 1EJT
REPKESENTSTUE LARGEST
GROCERY HOUSE IN
THE SOUTH
Sells Alcohol in bond Olive Oil
Vinegar Potatoes and Dried
Fruits Wines Liquors
Grain in oar lot Coffee
Iviee and Molusses
UhFnEH GEKT
For Architectural Irou Work Foncef
Railiugs and Jails Fire and
Borglar Proof Safes CofSu
Trimminpa Stovos Per
fnnioryaud Soapa
A FULL STOCK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
2rWrite For Prices and Tonne
MEEai isifi
JiKOB
u it
i t
nd Fancy Goods of all Descrip
tion suitable f > r
Wadding and Birthday Presents I
usi < Bodks Stationery toys tens
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods < > f every description
Just received by
UBS eEO USIISSE
Bro vnsville Tfxas
MORGAN S S
LINE
SQUTHERH PACIFIC COMPANY
JlTLAKTSG STST1U
Steamers niake trips between
Morgan City or New Orfeans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston ahout
every 10 days
For further information call on of
address
U B inNGSBURY Aoent
Headq uajt rs
1
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ASK the recovered
dyspeptics bilious
sufferers victims of
fever nnd ngue the
mercurial diseased
patient hoc they re
coveredhealth cheer
ful spirits and good
appetite they will tell
you bytaking SIM
MONS LlV K KKCU
LAlOlt
The Cheapest Purest and Best Family
JitediClne In the World I
For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION Jann
die Bilious at tacksSICKHIJADACHi Colic
Depression of Spirits SOOlt STOMACH
ileartburn etc This uurivailed remedy is
warranted not to contain n single particle of
1 Mekcukv or any mineral substhncs but fj
PURELrY VEGETABLE
containing those Southern Roots and Herbs
which on httovise ProvIdcnCo has placed in
countries wbcte Liver Disenits most prevniL
It v illctire ell Dbeascj caused by Derange
ment of tho Liver nnd Bowels
The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a
bitter or bad taste in the mouth Paiji in tho
Back SMttfi o r Jointsoften mistakvn for Hheu
matism SoUr Stomilch Loss of Appetite
Bowels alturnntely costive and lax Headache
Loss of Memory with a painful sensation of
having failed tc do something which ought to
have been done Debility Lou Spirit a thick
yellow appearance cf the Skin rnd Eyes a Ur y
Cough ottcn mistaken for Consumption
Sometimes many of thesr symptoms attend
the diseato at othcrn very few butthe LIVER
is generally the seat of the disease and if not
ReguJated in time great Buffering wretched
ness and UEA111 rrill ensue
The following highly esteemed pcrsons attcat
to the virtues of Simmons Liver Kegulatort
Gen W S Holt Pres Ga S V li R Co Rev
I R Pclder Perry ia Col E K Sparks Al
bany Ga C MastersonEsq Sheriff Bibb Co
Ua Ifon Alexander H Stephens
We have tested its virtues and
personally
know that for Dvspepsia Biliousness and
Throbbing Headache it is the best medicine tho
world ever saw We tried forty olhir remedies
before Simmons Liver but
Regulator none gav
us more than temporary relief but tho Rcctf
lntor not only lelicvea but cured us En
TCLfioitAni and MtssnscEK Macon Ui
MASUFACTUUED ONtY BV
J II ZH1LIN CO Philadelphia Pi
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
rA2ES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
Clce Sec6nd lloor Bio Orande Bailrosd Boitdlng
WUI practice in any of tho Courts State or Federal
and tad rdlroad litigation the inve tlgUon Of
ities and preparation ofabstrictsBpocialUcs
Ti U GOODRIOI
ATTORNE YATL aw
DEALER IN KEAL ESTATE
jomplete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In Tho Office
BROWNSVILLE TEX
t H MARIS
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LAWYER AND LAND AGENT
MONEY TO LOAN ON
GOOD SECURITY
Office in Dalzell Building on
Levee Street
Brownsville 7 exas
TNO I KLE1BER
ATTOkN E YATLA W
fticc over First National Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will practice in any of the
ourtE of thi State when specially
itnpluVud
X r Ik PARKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
firoionsville Texas
Temporary ollice over Pellat Hcstaurant
W1U pracUco in auy of the conrtfr Slnto or
Federal Special attenUon lrcn t o perfecting
and UUtS
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B RENT FRO
ATTORNEY AND
JOUNSELOiiATLAW
Will practice in all Federal and
State CtuirtQ
Broxoiivill Texas
JOllN P KELSEY j
ATTORNEY aILAW
Will prauticu in the FetJeral and
tHtu Uonrts
kin Orande City Texas
TASI II ftDWARDHi
Attorney at law
Land Titles Investigated and
Abstracts Furnished
U uiaUio i Texas
post iwr
Tlio Jtillef s liutcl bniltlinfr hav
nijr been com plot > > repaired is of
feret for nnt for liolol purposed
Reaiiahli rites Am > Iv to Vran
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BROWNSVILLE TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1898
SUMMER EXCURSION
TIMS TABiE
OF THE
ENCOURAGING NEWS
Portiality of the Western Union
New York andJersny for
Bryan The Outlook
Generally Cheerfn l
Regular Correspondence of Tire Herald
Washington September 14
ISOG Tt is not an accident that
all theliig corporations are sap
porting McKinley and opposing
Bryan The republican plal
forni and candidata stand for
that they want while tlie
democratic conditionsfinancial
and otherwise while the demo
cratic candidates and platform
Dand for what they do riot
want reform in o ur financial
ancl Industrial systemin order
that the common people may
have as many privileges as
those who are interested in
trusts and monopolies The
position of the corporation s is
strikingly illustrated by the
Western Union Telegraph Corn
pan which carries all mess
ages sent from republican head
quarters Tree of charge while
they compel the democratic
commitfe 16 pay for every tele
gram it sends
Senator Fanlkne r who re
turned from New York Satur
day brought cheering news
In company with Senator Jones
lie saw and talked with a num
ber of the most influential
democratic leaders while he
was there and he says that the
democrats are preparing to put
up a fight in New lerey that
will surprise the republicans
and that he believes will come
very near to carrying both
states for Bryan if it doesnt
do it
ing any friends among der
raocrats by his headstrong
and foolish talk and many of
the populists have expressed
their regret that ho was nomin
aied His threats although
they are probably the cause
Of the failure of the populists
leaders in some of the states
to make fair terms with the
democrats will amount to little
or nothing in the end Speaking
of the fuilure of fu ion
in some of the states
Senator Faulkner said4 It
matters little what the leaders
dc The people Will Vote as
they please regardless of ar
rahgements made for them by
the leaders In both Alabama
and Arkansas the democrats
carried the strong populist conn
lies showing that the rank and
file will vote for the Bryan
ticket
In view of the positive as
sertions of republicans that
Wisconsin is sure to go for Mo
Kfuiey the following statement
made by Mr R C Hi ilea of
that state who is now in Waal
iiigton is interesting In real
it the republicans are vmy
inu cli afraid thdt McKinley will
hot win and they admit priv
ately that Bryan has an ini
meuse following The rectiut
cohveuliou of the Republican
League of Clubs iri Milwaukee
w is a perfect failure Pre
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest TJ S GoVtl
entertaining a tremendous ton has been Wppily Settled
crowd of delegates and visitors The proper permis siph has
Fireworks had been purchased been obtained and he wiilmak
to the value of 1500 by his speech from the East froi t
the local committee and of the Capitol building
everything was in readiness
for a big display Well the
number who came was soluhaU
that the citizens were disgust
ed and the committee fried to
resell the fireworks to the deal
er they had bought of He
would not take them back and
they were used for the delect
ationbf theyouth of the town
after the delegates has g6ne
away
So great is the demand for
free silver documents that sev
eral democratic state commitees
have Bent special messengers
to Washington with money to
pay for those ordered by them
in order to hurry them up
Senator Faulkner Chairman of
the Democratic Congressional
Committee is in charge of this
branch of the campaign and he
is continually hustling to keep
up with his orders and although
he is now sending out between
x and seven hundred thons
and documents a day the orders
are still ahead and still coming
in
If President Cleveland and
tliM members of his cabinet ex
pected that their coming lout
publicly for the Indianapolis
ticket would make a sensation
Tom Watson is not makl they were badly disappointed
What else could they dol All
tlie world knows that had it
hot been for President Cleve
land there would have been no
Indianapolis ticket Therefore
it would have been a real stir
prise had not Mr Cleveland
and tlie members of his cabinet
announced their intention to
support Mr Clevelands own
ticket The announcement
plays no part iii the present
status of the campaign4 it was
duly allowed for weeks ago
Ex Congressman AJ Warn
er of Ohio who left the demo
cratic party to beviome one of
the founders of the silver party
and returned to liie fold after
the silver partv nominated
Bryan tind Sewall iS in Wash
ington He is brimful cf silver
enthusiasm and says Iowa and
Ohio will certainly vote for
Bryan Of the latter state he
says sp pciileallyl The miners
and farmers of Ohio w ere never
more worked tip oyer a matter
in their lives They know that
their futilre depends oh silver
and th y are nrio9t to a man
fur Bryan and the white metal
Instead of the silver wave abat
iny it is growing every day It
cannot be stopped and there ia
no rise trying It is going to
march on and sweep tlieeouri
try ill November It will SWeep be Amn6nia Alum 0 any hcraJul 4
everything clean I 2 ° YEARS Ti5 standarlV
The question of where Mr
AN IMPORTANT DECISION
A Company Not Liable for De
lays Canned by a Strike
St Paul Minn Sept 1G
That delay is excusable when
caused by Ij trlkers TiVt imidati n g
those vho vvc uld take their
places iu the conclusionof i
United States Circuit Court of
Appeals in the case of the Em
pire Transportation Company
appellants vs the Philadelphia
and Reading Coal and Irr > u
Company appellee A ship
ment of coal could not be un
loaded within the time specifi
ed in the contract arid damaged
were asked but the court holdt
the delay canoed by the strike
of the employes of the charter
er without grievance or war >
ing and the organized and ru
c sful effort on their part to
preveut by thrcats iutimida
tiou and violence other labor
ers who are willing to do m
roni discharging a vessel is
excusable and the charterer in
not liable for damages
CLEOPS S
MUMin i
Froi n St Pauls London
Vhere does Cleopatras body
rest Scarcely a layman who
would not answer Why nl
Egypt
After her cajoleries her
Aviles her life of intense if not
very exalted loves Cleopatra
was laid in one of the loveliest
tombs that have ever been
fashioned by the hand of man
But what a change 2000 years
has brought about
Today an ugl mumnv
with an emblematic bunch of
decayed wheat and a coarse
cOnib tied to its head a mere
roll of tightly swathed dust
lies crumbled in a hideous
Sflass case at the British Muse
uni It is Cleopatra the once
great queen a Venus iri
charm beauty and love
Awarded
Highest Honors Worlds Faic
fcmwa8gs83 tern
CMS
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MOST PERFECT MADE
pure Grape Cream of Tirtsr Po vtlef ttt9
Ilfsn hoc Cliiu c and Uiir
1
jnrtttcna md betd made for B yatt will speak in W shjng nmM tn < > wtt > nH cyut aro i

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