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VOL V
1
SOCIETIES
mo GJIAXDE LODGE SO
Broots W Jsl
doro VarUT S V M
WcrbVWS BJ1
Xalr Socretoy 5 obJt
TreMUMrTUC
PalxiU
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TYlrr YisBtaslMethren
cqrdi UyinyItcd > Ioago
meets flril and third rueslay hi each mouth
ESCEUSIOBtODOESO
10 i o6fmuo
J Fletcher Jiohle
Grand John M
Uayncs VIM Grand
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VUitng hrthren and all Md jJS iD
oattend
pood standing ro cordiJU nvlted
KSIOH1S OF HONOR
LODGE NO J730
J Ui ison jr Dieta
tor v K Browne Vice
Dictator J 830 O
0 Wheclerri8e tatIic
nrTrentrharapton Pst Dictator 11 Sherwood
uid I utth TuesJsw of each tnonli
St Joeph
AitKMCA
Ctjwo Kaanrsor
1st and 3d Tum
T yJeej8onUio
FnnUiXo
1st to
aj ftafUmonthat8 p m fromJAfay
at h and at 7 p in from Oct ltft to April 30th or
earh month in Branch Hall at St Josephs College
Buitaal Director Sev Tr SiroU rteeldent A
VieeProBiaenti Fred J Combe Roc
8 flriwre
p rreary johu P Putc at Finanfl Secretary
Trcasnrar M Ferandcz jr
t nj O HieVs
Bt t at arms J F ScanUn Senifnel Pantos
F J
Jcssd Tiiuriiam
aUts jr TniBtec
Cj ibe A Browre
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ABAXSASTASSandAfESICAS SATIOS
AL Railway
This Line Carries the Uniter
Status Mail on Schedule
Time of 0 Hours
Stages Leavu Alice nndJ3rownf
ville Dnlylat G in Sun
days included and Rrrivu
at Dftiiiiftioii the
nest Evuning rt
EATS3 F iAEE
KounlTrip TJcke V JS223
rip lotw
C nldron under 12 yeara half Xure
Chl Iran under five years free
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Proprietors
Brn > nnnille Tex
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El8stanrant
Table supplied with fresh tisli oyster
jiuneand vegetables
L nfortible and well furnished ropms
m con < scMon wj tli r sjaurant
IrciH Tslikios fj itjir3 and Stnnkbr
Jlateu r i
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DEALER IN
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
Texas
Brownsville
Le Second floor Mo Grande ItaUroad IlnUdlug
Court State orFederal
Will practice In any of the
of
and andtrailroad litigation the tajtegtlgaUon
tlcsua preparation ofabstractBspecialties
o H GOODRICH
ATTORNE ATLAfW
dealer in eeal estate
Complete Abstracts ot JWron
Oonnty Kept In The Office
viROWNSVILLE TEX
p H MARIS v
LAWYER i D LANDAGENT
MONEY T0 L0AN ON
p300D SECTJUltY
Office in Dalze Huilding on
Itevee Street
BrdmsviUelx 2 < xas
SiTTORNEYvAT AW
HiPovefciirsSatont1 Bank
nUrovvuBvillc Texas
Will practice in any of the
oiii 9o tluvritati vhen specially
inpwyed >
NULVRKS
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souiHtRH pacific cobPhRy
ATLANTIC SYSTR3I
Steamers maWe trips hehveen
Morgan City or New Orleans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston ahout
every 10 days
For Further information call on or
add ress f
M B KINGSBURY AOBNT
I
ATTORNEY AT TAVAV
Brownsville Texas
Brownsville +
v
Federal SpeclaUatteuhon KlTen J5 perfecting
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and UUcs
jo B RiiNTFRO
Vatiprnj > y AND f
JOUNSELOR ATLAW
Will pracTice iit all KederaWpad
Texas
KELSEY l C
j OUN P
ATTORN EJ l r UW
WfH practice iiUhe Fudenilaiid
tate UonVte m
Uo Grande Oittj r Vecs
TA = II BDWAJiDS j
ATTORNEY AT LXW
Land Titles InvVstigatod and
AbstractsFiunished
Hidalgo Texas
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MORGAN S S
nr t r
Headauarttjrs
nd Fancy Good o < sall Deecrip
tioi j > tiituhle f r
Wadding and Birjthday Bro onts
iiisiR Books rititipneiy toys lcus
InUslew1ilry tiilverwire Faney
Gorfils i > f every < lesoriiliQn
Jtist rfccWeitfby
SRS gE3M498SE
Bro nsvill > Texs
2SfAsent tofOtl a loiubaloiltJ
< SI k
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fllOFESSIONAL linSgjiYER OE GOLD
Better than either is a healthy
liver If the liver is 0 K the
man is O K His blood is kept
pure Iris digestion perfect andHe
can enjoy life and act intelligently
and patently upon the questions
of the day You all know what to
take You have known it for years
It is Simmons Liver Regulator
only bV1 J H Zeilin Co Take
none ljut the genuine It has the
Red Z on the front of thaVrapper
and no thing elao is the same and
nothing so good
Frank
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MlmM
BROW1XSV1LLB TiTX
REPIESEMS TH h LARGEST
GKOCKRY HOUSE IN
THE bOUTU
Temporary office overlollatrKestauraut Sella Alcohrl in bond Olivo Oil
State or YU PotfttOSB ROil Dried
Wllf i racUce n any ofthe court gaC
FriiitB vTiubb fjiqnors
Grain in cSr loU Ct > ffoe
t Rifo nnd Molnsafl
BEDFftCTOilERS ftfiEHT
For Arcbitootnriij Iron Work Fenceh
Ituilin s nmt Juils Firo nnd
J3ur l r Pmof Safe1 OofBn
Triroiuin pStoviH Pur
ftimery und SoBpo
A FULL SOPK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOIt IMMEDIATE
et D1SLIVERY
° jr1to For Fiicfi nnd TeniRt
ih > <
im3 tasls
yF TUE
ptfUlKS VT
From und afterOit 1h 1S0G
regular pHtsenger train will
i rim hi lullnws
I KEGULA11 TRAIN
Leaves Brownsville IjHj at U a m
Toint Isabel 4 p m
JOSKOKLAYA
GENERAL AlANAGER
fflio Minors Hotel b uilding hav
inr boon completely rdpairedtfs of
f f ffor rjiit for hotel purposed
itonsonnblo rates Apply to i < run
ci rfTturria
HOT AND COLD
fEi ftSoussrs
Barber Shop
j Also a fnll lino of tobacco
oi ir pipes and binokcrs material
fcUZUJtfll STliKET
WILLIS I WftLTGEHBfcCH
V PH0T0Q9APHER8
itmto mm rd U le4J
tforktir c A novstvlehfiponedjordstr bu ioail ng fa
ctrdmouit state K uierc lb iu
tl
mnismcravo the poor y advantage A wre GPpeCr n of Tin r v ler c
doi i j 1 1 k 11 ncd bo lids of tho e States He U1 niv L > ° nonu Aiuip sny e u at
broWnI Se texas Monday October 12 i89
LARGE SALE OF CORN
Mr Kowaiski Consumates the
Sale Yesterday of 250000
Bushels of American
Corn
Mexico City lleraltl
The biggest Bingle salt of
American corn probably ever
m d in Mexico was made
yesterday morning by I IJ
Kowiilski Gante street No 12
Hi is the representative of
some Mobile houses and isthe
princevofc6rn rustlers in tll iR
country He haB contracted
for the October delivery of
over one million bushels of
For years you and your fathers com but his sata
American
have found it of sterling worth
mniu
made n
It and always has heen put up yesterday mornng
bill
one party and under one
was 2n0p00 bushels lt is
said that there was no single
b3
sale even during 1892 the
banner years that involved
such a hiige amount
The colli above refened to
came from Mobile Ala mak
ing the tiip to Veracruz in four
days and thence to this city
It is United Slates sack corn
and is intended for human
consumption for the making
of bread and tortillas Tihe
Herald man innocently aked
Mr Kowaiski what the price of
the corn was laid down at Veia
Cniz but asthatwas a trade
aecrei the curiosity of the
newspaper man was not grati
fied There were other points
about the shipment which
could not he disclosed but the
Herald man was authorized to
make the above statements
He was further asked Jo
state ihat them seems tq > be
= Hhe
unnecessay delays on
handling ef cgrn ntV rocrnz
due to freight congPAlion and
the immense amount of grain
wailing tobe shipped oyer fht
railroad Fifrthermore Mr
Kowaiski explained that while
iheiefas less delaytatT Tampico
in the bundling of corn than
at Veraciu giain men do not
gel as gootl friegftt rales and
cannot ail ord therefore to im
jioit via Tampion lie Said
to bTlightered and the delays
at the custom jhouse also inter
feri wi i tbo IMWjgt j1im
ol gnii lmsiu s ar raiM
According to the federal de
creo lecently published in the
lion
Fuller Davis estate tne estate
dollar to seventy cents p r one j and Ac Old newspapers for sale at
been of Sarah M Johnson
buudred kilogramhas huM
ot his >
Hildreth estate One
bondsmen stated today thatj Awarded
Maish s bond to to the Gilbert Highest Hoirirs Worlds Fair
Hospii il ould probably cover
his shortage to the corporation j
but it ib rumored that his pecu
tixtetuVed for the tnonth o Oi
tuber and November Mr Ko
walski also stated ituit the nn
derStood7 that the gvn wfeqt
was aboit to extend or huial
ready extended duty tiee eiijry
mivilegw to Ameiican c > rrrim jlUon froin other estates will
ported into the aiafs ol Sm
Potosi
lion by thecompanies he re
presents but concerning which
heicould sayno more at present
er publication The dnty free
importation of American corn
into the state of Veracruz es
pecially will be a godsend to
that part ofthe country where
the Indians are suffering from
the scarcity of the crop and
concerning whose distressing
condition the Herald sometime
since published the facts v
n
THEBANk CLOSED
t i f w
And a Few MomentsLater Its
Treasurer Was a Corpe
Gloucester IVlass Oct 8
At noon today a notice was
posted on the doors of the
Cape Ann Savings Banks sta
ing that the institution had
been closed Immediately came
the shpeking news that George
J Marsh for more than a quar
ter of a century the trusted
treasurer of the bank had shot
himself at his summer home at
Annisquan By Mr Marsh s
body was found a note stating
If anvohe thinks this is a co 1
ardly act let him try it
Marsh who was a bachelor
lived the life of a recluse for
many years It is known that
he was very intemperate and
during the last few years had
o 8
Highest ofall in Leavenbg Power Latest U S Gov Report
ess
6m8F8W U E
was increasing very fast and it
would soon tax the carrying
capacity of the Gulf steamers
and the railroads as well as the
supplying capacity of the grain
elevators in the southern por
tion of the United States to
meet the demand Evidently
Mr Kowalrfki intends to keep
IN TROUBLE AGAIN
Temple Houston Fatally
Shoots a Man for Spitting
In His Son s Face
oqdvard O T Oce 3
Temple Houston a prominent
in the lead or corn importers politician whowas a delegate
into Mexico for the spoke of to the Chicago convfrntiSn to
big combinations in contemplir day shot and fatally wounded
H B Jenkins The trouble
arose over the action of Jen
kins in spitting in the face ot
Houstons son afewda > sago
Houston is under arresi One
year ago today Houston shot
and killed J B Jennings in a
saloon fight in this city Hous
ton escaped punishment on a
plea of selfdefense
THE ECUADOR FIRE
TheLossjatGuayquil is Esti
matedat SS440 ° 550
Origin Incendiary
Ann Saangs Bank of thet
Gold Home Corporation of the
Gilbert Hospital Corporat on
and trustee of the Gilbert
Charity Fund the Gilbert es
be more than 100000 the
Lais Gna najuito jllitrota homg the principal j
AgunMaliente Veracruz Za 1 sufrorer > His accounts with
tutecasand Ptiebla and PB the bank are said to be all
fcibly later on into the S aie ifrf Thc deposils amount
l i i 1 directors
Thc
tQ < VX2 I 7
that there is also unusual dolay large sums in speculation nt an rej
at Veracruz as all caigoes have pe waS treasurer of the Capei coroner <
for
Lima Peru Oct 8 The
great fire at Grayqiiil Ecuador
15 bdieved to have been of in
cendiary origin Some arrests
have been made Many peo
ple lost their lives during the
conflagration The loss is now
estimated at 54400550 The
populace is furious and is de
manding ithe pr8mpt punish
ment ofthe guilty
AS USUAL
From Judet 4 s >
Coroner 4 Yt > u say the de
1cdased fell from aT 56 foot rall
How did itfhapten
Witness Well fez see
somebody sed Look clown t
th bottom Moike there do be
a foinelooking woman goin
by An he looked too siu w
i over er Honor
Ah just as I
thought Same old story a
womanatrthebottom of it
Received on this Meuner b Cel
n tin Jagon the following list of fre x
estate and ciieen Limburjrcr i ftiam
tate the Hough
Diario Olicial the duniiu Isgjy > e hSLM nIi i quefot
of customs duties fiom one w 5
MOST PERFECT MADC

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