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VOL V
SOCiETlS
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KIO GHASDE LODQK NO
81 A T k A M S W
BreoVs TV J Isi
dore Varks S W 31
WerblRki S W A
Nel < Secrotuy Kobt
Dni7ell Troisnrfr K 7
Jftiry J V 11 H WalUs
J D G W Millor
Tyler VidtlnR brctlircn
cordially Invited Lodge
neeta fiwl and third meelay In oacli mouth
EXCELSIOE LODGE SO
10 I O O r Milton
3 Fletcher Uoblo
Grand John SI
nynos Men Grand
trani Smith Secretary John 3 SSneke Trea
nrer Victor Ecly Jr uttttcg Past Grand
GecrgoAV Ailler D D G M Tio Lodge
meets it 730 p m every Wednesday night
Visit n brtthren and all mid TeJows tin
Cod standing ire cordially invited co attend
HMGII1S OF EONOK
LODGE I > 0 3730
21 ILiusou Jr Dicta
tor K Browne Vioe
Dictator Sense 0
Wheeler Assistant Dic
< ir Frank Champion Past Dictator H Sherwood
K i > ort J 11 bharpe Financial Reporter A
Stark Treasurer J 3 Smith Chaplain U
I J Guide Damaso t rraa Guardian Domingo
3 < nnvidez SentincL Trustees T J Combe a
list j and A A Browne IO te meets second
nd i > urth Tuesdays of each mouth
Catholic Kxronrs of AiiEEICA 31 Josephs
Branch Ka 713 ieets on the 1st nd 3d Tues
day reaei hT9S > that8 p m from Jay 1st to
0 > > < lndat p m from Ott 1st to April 30th of
a i month in Brinch Hall at St Josephs College
Spiritual DirectorItev Fr SiroU Ple ldent A
A trowre VioePresident Fre < t J Combe Rec
Bdiiary John P Pntegnat Finanial SecreUry
UidO Hieks Treasurer X Feriandez Jr
Be t at arms J P Scanlan Sentinel Fantos
Valdes jr Trnstoes Jesse Thorhaiu F J
Cjmle A Browne
ONSECTCJG AT ALICE WITH 8AH ASTOSIO
ABAliSAS PASS and VESICAS NATION
AL Bsiltcaye
Tliia Line Carries the United
States Mail on Schedule
Time of 10 Hours
Stages Leave Alice and Browm
ville Daily art 6 a in Sun
days included md arrive
at DtistiriMtion the
next Evuning
RATES OF FAEE
Round Trip Ticket S225j
J 6 Trip v 1503
C nldrn under 12 years half fare
hildrcn under five vcara free
ftZ3LH ASMHEIW ik
IHOS BEYN03
< 73 i
h
tg > >
P
la do supplied with fresh fish oyster
giuncantl vegettthles
V nfortable and wrll furnished roonif
In connection with restaurant
TiMi Tohu
E lzitvth
i rs
O
gi BrawBSsilleJg
sfr
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iiineriiai i
k > r ui Whiafcry WinfH Ui ibc
lt i htm hiuJ Imp trtod CtgHrp
0 tiariMtop and Toh cen of
All Id Kris
iWi 8 PA8E0ES CO
Proprietors
IS i nioivtvUle Tec
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f
oi Ci ira and Smoker
Materr
Sn2iC n In Oinistiitti H Js
DEALER IN
6QSUL EBfflHIISE
C liest Price Paid For Coantrj
Proanee
Iviut lrM < n Tajut
yian 1
PROFESSIONAL GAUDS
FA2SS B AVJ5LLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
fflce Second floor Elo Grande Uailroad Building
Will practice in any of the Courts State or Federal
and and railroad litigation the Investigation of
ltlesand preparation of abstracts speclalUca
E
II GOODRICH
ATlORNE YATL A VV
DKALEK IN KKAL ETATR
Oomplete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In The Office
BROWNSVILLE TEX
C H MARIS
LAWYER AND LAND AGENT
M0NEr TO LOAN ON
GOOD SECURITY
Office in Dalzell Building on
Levee Street
Brownsville 2exa
TNO I KLEIBER
ATTORNEY ATLAW
Iioe over First National Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will practice tu any of thp
sourtF of the State when specially
in ployed
W
N PARIvS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
Temporary office over tellat Restaurant
Will practice in any of the court State or
Federal Special attention jjlren to perfecting
and titloa
E
B RENTFUO
ATTORNEY AND
JOONSELORATLAW
Will practice in all Federal and
itata Courts
Broionsttills Texas
JO UN P KEISEY
ATTORNEY aT LAV
Will practice in the Federal and
tate Oourtf
tin Grande Oiiy Jeccas
TAS II BDWAUOS
ATTOR HLY AT LAW
Land Titles Investigated and
Abstracts Furnished
flidaUso Texas
MORGAN S S
LINE
SOOTHEBH PACIFIC GQISPAKY
ATLNTiG SISTR3I
Steatiitrs make trips h tweou
Morgan City or New Oceans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
every 10 day
For further information call on or
address
M R K1XOSRUUY Aai NT
Keadiuart rs
n
Ul
a
FOU
T B kJtar A S n
ii f W21 S C
And l Hn y Good o all Oufcrip
fiow 6ilitn > io f r
Wedding ana Birthday Prssents
tusic Books Stationery toys teus
Ink3 Icweiry Siivcrwitr ITtncj
Gool i > very description
Jut ncdived by
IRS gE3 K UUS8E
Bn > us villi Tpxaj
gSf Auvnl fur lUv t J oiihtoin
gjLLYER OS BOLD
Better than either is ft healthy
liver If the liver is O K the
man is 0 K His blood is kept
pure his digestion perfect and he
can enjoy life and act intelligently
and patiently upon the questions
of the day You all know what to
take You have known it for years
It is Simmons Liver Regulator
For years you and your fathers
have found it of sterling worth
It is and always has been put up
only by J H Zeilm Co Take
none hut the genuine It ha3 the
Red Z on the front of the wrapper
and nothing else is tho same and
nothing so good
SKEESSMdlS
JJK0WX8V1LLE IBS
REP ESENTS TLI K LA ROES
GROCERY HOUSE IN
TIIE SOUTII
Sella Alcohol in bood Olive Oil
Yinegar Potatoes and Dried
Frnits Wines Liquors
Grain in car lot Coffee
Rice and fjnlapses
BARBFJUmiREflS1 AGENT
For Architectnnil Iron Work Fencet
Rnflincn and Jni lB Firo find
Bnr Inr Proof Safos Ooffin
Trimoiiiiga Stoves Per
fnmerynnd Soapn
A FULL STOCK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
a grWHt For Pticfl nd T m r
FELL FIFTEEN
HUNDRED FEET
Aeronaut George Anderson
Dashed to Death at
Paola Kas
Paolo Kas Oct 5 Acron
out George Anderson was kill
ed here today in making a bal
loon ascension He fell 1500
feet Before going up he was
advised by Prof Bozart his
employer to put on the safety
bell but refused and relied
upon a small cotton cord tied
around his wrist for safety
Anderson was from St Louis
and has a wife who is now in
the East Ten thousand at
tending the Miami County fair
witnessed the terrible accident
BOURKE COCKRAN
St Louis Mo October 5
An immense crowd of peo
ple assembled at the Audito
rium tonight to listen to Hon
W Bourke Cockran speak on
the money question Sd fre
quently was he interrupted
London papers now rather
rel ctintly admit that Mrs
Miv tvr ury ill in prison t vVabhtu loii there were piutt u erltul luteiterence ot tho
nttf
OLNEY RETURNS
The Venezuela Case Is Pro
greasing Slowly But Sati3
factorilj
Washington D C Oct 5
Secretary Olney has returned
from hia summer home at
Falmouth Mass and resumed
the dutios of hia office
The Venezuelan controversy
has progressed slowly but in
the main satisfactorily luring
the past summer and a couple
of notes have been exchanged
between Secretary Olney and
Lord Salisbury since the pub
lication of the last batch of
correspondence They are un
derstood to be purely augment
ative in tone and while they
do not by any means of them
selves bring the negotiations
up to a closing they make a
fair degree of progress of clear
ing uway the misunderstand
ings and tend to simplify the
efforts making on both sides
not to adjust tho Venezuelan
issue itself satisfactorily bat
to effect an agreement at least
upon a general set of principles
that Bunil govern the settlement
of the dispute between the
United States and Great Bri
tain by means of general arbi
tration
The general opinion is that
the other issue before tho dt
parttnent is the Cuban ques
tion but so far us can b learn
ed the adminisliation lias found
no reason to change the attitude
it has adopted toward the con
testants oi the island though
it ia admitted that its policy is
subject to alteration according
to the development of the cam
paign
KEWTORPEDOBOATS
Secretary Herbert Lets the Con
tract for Building Two
of Them
Washington D C Oct fi
Secretary Herbert has awarded
the contract for building one
of the thirty new torpedo d Ilaitna would not giv
the largest by twentyfive tonsjQany the amount demanded by
to the Union Iron Works of
San Francisco and the contract
for two smallnr thirtyknot
boats 01 plans projected Uy the
French builder tformoud to the
Bath iron Works of Maine as
wpt recommended originally
by askers of questions that and for mora than two hours
the effect of his speech was al patriotic speeches
most spoiled
General Andrew H Ilickenlo
oper preoideil and made the
opening speech
CJI
W iff y p
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 9 1S98
Nf 8i
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Hcoort
AmMsws mE
ent Thomas Estrada Palma Divine haud For this put ptJrH
president General Gonzalez De the 8th of ihTn nnnth is sec
Quesada secretary Henry apart as a day of fasling aVl
col de Zayas Cuban scientilic
We
call
prayer now on all re
corps Dr Zaaverdra of the Red ligions people in Wharton to
Cross association Major Gen
QUAY AXD HAN2A OUT
The Pennsjlvania SenatorWent
Home and Sent an Ultim
atum
New York Oct o Senator
Quay has returned to his home
in Beaver Pa as the result of
a bitter quarrel with Chairman
Ha mm of the Republican Na
tionnl Committee He has sent
an ultimatum to Hanna to the
effect that uuless he Quay can
be left free to conduct his de
partment as he sees fit he will
refuse to take any further pari
in the campaign
If Senator Quay returns to
New York and resumes his
old place at the Hanna head
quarters it will be safe to say
that the chairman has capitul
ated to the Pennsylvania bos
Tln > trouble evew out of the
distribution of the campaign
the Senator for use in the
South and otherwise restricted
his authority in that direction
Similar trouble has arisen V > n
tween Hanna and Powell Clay
ton and the entire 3taff has
been drawn into the coutrov
by the heads of the bureau of eray Candidate Hobart work
construction and steam engi
neers
WEEK OP CARNIVAL
Entertainments for the Benefit
of the Cuban Patriots
Cincinnati Ohio October 5
A week of carnival for the
benefit of the ciush of tho Cu
ban patriots began at Music
hall by a flee admission mass
meeting to niccht About 3500
people attended the meeting
number of our citizens of every
religious and political creed
believe that our Nation i in >
the throes of a great conflict 1
portending the most serious
Of the Cuban legation at consequences uness there
unite with us in a prajer meet
eral Carlos Roloff secretary of ing for the hand of God to di
war of Cuba also Oscar Prunelr
les of the Cuban army
On the stage were about 200
citizens including man prom
inent business men After Gen
eral Hickenlooper the first
speaker was General A A
Brown of Cincinnati He was
followed by Oscar Prunelles
The last and most earnest ef
fort was made by General Gon
zules de Quesada secretary of
the Cuban legation He was
frequently interrupted by gen
erous applause
Admission fees will be charg
ed the rest of the week
rect our political destinies to
the good of our Nation Come
to the Methodist church 00 the
night of the 8th
MEXICAN NEWS NOTES
City of Mexico October 5
Baron von Ketteier the new
German minister arrived to
day
President Roal of the iVex
ican National raihvny has ar
rived and it is believed that
negotiations looking to a re
vival of a railway pojl will
6oon be completed
Stoppage of work at the Her
cules mines at Qneretaro is dn
to trouble in settling the estatn
and not to overproduction tho
supreme court having decided
that the property goes to tho
Rubio heirs who ate obliged fc >
make a certain payment to a
manufacturing company wiich
has been operating the niil
There is no diminution in tlm
cotton manufacturing activity
bere and imoorts of cottoit
goods also show no falling off
as the forthcoming report of th
British consul general will
show The mills ate all iiriivw
and will pay their usual divi
donds
THE FLORIDA ELECTION
Jacksonville FI October o
tOl since 1876 has there been
so much interest taken in 51
State election as is rifpbyed
in the contest that will be bet
tied at the pnllH tomorrow In
addition to the State election
there are many cmity diiFjr
ences to be adjusted As a rule
only democrats and republican
tickets are in the field but in
some cases there ate popalisc
and independent candidates
The battle however is be
tween the democrats and the
republicans and in the fi ht fV f
State offices the demoriats wilt
ed hard to prevent an open row win pi iy oumimI voes will
but when home in huff
Quay a be
probaWy ast nnd of tW
yesterday and declared hat the
Republican campaign if con
tinued along the lines prescrib
ed by Chairman Hanna would
end iu disaster
PRAYER AND POLITICS
Wharton Texas October 4
iu obedience to the wish of
Mr Moody i call has been is
sued by Rev W R Campbell
worded thus
We in common with a large
it is estimated that Bloxham
democrat will receive from 30
000 to 35000 for governor
Awarded
SSighest Honors World
SiiSlw
MOST PERFLCrTiAri
bp njre Grape Cresm cf T r Pew j
40 VE A ft TH 1 fl R
Fair
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