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The daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1892-1897, November 20, 1896, Image 5

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A Jagou S W Uobt
PalzcU Xroasuror K C
iaoy J Wlt H WaUls
J Vi G W Jlffler
Tyler Visihnfi brethren
cordially invited Ld3gc
aeeta firl and tliird Tnes3ay1n csch iliortb
EXCEJSIOR LODGEXO
10 i q o f mitou
J rietclicr Soblo
Grand John M
llaynes Vlo Grand
John 3 Sinck Trcsf
raank Smith Secretary
Burer Victor Esly Jr Sitttiiff Past Granfl
noorRe W jnuer U D G M Tlt Lodge
raeeta at 730 p m evry Wednesday mgnt
VisitJiR brethren and all Odd Fellows in
good atanding iro cordially invited to attend
KNIGHTS OF EONOK
LODGE SO 3730
M Hinson Jr Dicta
tor A Browne Vice
Dictator J > tse O
Wheeler Assistant Dlc
Frank Piat Dictator II Sherwood
or Champion
Eenortec J B Shsrpc Financial Bnportor A
Turk Trcasnrcr J J Smith CbiptaJn V
Uahv Guide Damaso erma Guardian PnminKO
BenuVidpz Sentinel Trustees F 7 Combe U
nac2aand A A Browno In re meetB stcomi
nd fjurth Taesdars pf each month
Catholic Ksioiits or America 3t Josenhs
Branch Xo 7151 Meets on the lrt and 3d Tubs
tfay oreacli month at 8 p m from M Y lit to
Mthaadat7ptnrrom6ctlsttoAinl 30th of
tach month in Branch Hall at St Josephs College
Eplrhual Director Spy Fr hiroia llcsident A
A Browne VicePreeidant Fred Combe Rec
oecreturj John VPutegaat Financial Secretary
flenj O Hieks Treasnrtr X Fenandez jr
Bergt at arms J P Scanlan Sentinel Fantoi
Valdes jr Trustee Jesae Thurham V 3
Combe A A Browne
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ONNECriNO XT ALICE WITH SAN ASTOKIO
ABASSA3 PASS and GSICAN NATION
AIi BaUways
riiifi Line Carries the United
Statua Mail on Schedule
Time of iO Ronrs
Stages Leave Alice anl Brown
yille Duly at 6 a m Sun
days included mid nrrlve
at Destination ihe
next Evoning
EATES OF FARE
ttonndTnp Tlcfce t S225
noTrlp 1300
Cnlldron under 12 yire half fare
Children under Qve years frfie
DSLPHJH9EliUgtSmns1T
IHOrf BBYNOM
PaCPSHS H1KSER
7F
Go To
Lioieiiia
For Ciiu Wlisk Win > 8 Oijj mr
JDiiniHGtis mill Imputed CiRur
GittanittiS and Tobacco ol
Ail Kindfi
jojiH g mm co
Lroorletors
Brownsville 2 ex
si
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Table supplied vith trash fish ojster
guiiemd vegcttblea
Utlnfortable arid v cll furnished rdom
iu coauecUon willi restaurant
Freia Toh j o Ci trs aad Smoker
Jlateti
Eizibuth Siruet
li nft lUii
tSucoessoi to ChuHfian iiisq
DEALER 1
GEiiERSL MERCHANDISE
Hsjhupt Price Paid For Couiiti
PrJffiuie
PROFESSIONAL GAUDS
TAIaES B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brcionsville Texas
fflco Secona Floor Kio Grando Kailroad Building
Will practice In any of the Courts State or Federal
and and railroad litigation tho investigation of
Itles and preparation of abstracts epecJaltioB
TI H GOODRICH
JOATTO RNE YATL A VV
DEALER IN HEAL E6TATE
Jomplete Abstracts of Cameron
County Kept In The Offioe
iROWNSVILLE TEX
f H MARIS
lawyer and land agent
MONEY TO LOAN ON
GOOD SECURITY
Office in Dalzell Building on
Levee Street
Broxonsville
Texas
J NO I KLEIBER
ATTORNEYATLAW
Hiee over First NntiouHl Bank
Brovnsville Toxas
VYtfl practice in nny of thp
ourte of thi > State when Epucially
in ployed
W
ATT0K2iTEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texan
Temporary officeover Pcllat Restaurant
Will tfrictico la aur of Ojo courts 8tate or
rolaral Special attention ijlveu to perfecting
aud UtlelB
R
X TAIIKS
B UENTFRO
ATTORNEY AND
JOUN3ELORATLAW
Will practice in all Federal and
Stato Courts
Irowmvillek
Texas
fOUN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY aILAW
Wili piactieeiu the Federal Bud
tate Ooirt3
liio Grande Giiy lexas
J
AS II EDWARDS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titles Investigated and
Abstracts Furnished
fflrtaUjo Texas
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MORGAN S S
LINE
southern pacific cbsspahy
ATLANTIC SYSTR3I
s > fceani < rS mi e trips hot ween
Morgan City or New Orleans
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
every 10 days
For Eurther information call on or
address
M B KIXGSBUUY AaBNTi
Meaaquartyrs
roit
And Faney Goode o all UeEorip
> fion iuiitahle fur
Mind and Birthday Presents
tiidic Books Stationery toys lciih
Tnks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods of every description
Just received by
iR8 oEO K iA0SSE
Brn vnsvilln Texa1
SHYER OS S0LB
Better than either is a healthy
liver If the liver is O K tho
man 13 O K His blood is kept
pure his digestion perfect and no
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 i3 Simmons Liver Regulator
For years you and your fathers
liave found it of sterling worth
It is and always has been put up
only by J H Zoilm Co Take
none but the genuine It has the
Red Z on the front of the wrapper
and nothing else is the same and
nothing so good
ZKE 3Sllf3
110 WNS V1JLE TifX
REPRESENTST1JK LARGES1
GROCERY HOUSE IN
THE SOUTU
Sells Aloourd in bond Olive Oil
Vinegur lotnlniB and Dried
Fruits Wntea Liqnors
Grain in car lot Oeffee
Rino imd Jlolupses
HfiHUFftGTURERS2 AGENT
For Architectural Iron Work Fenceo
Rrtilinfia and Jails Firo and
Burglar Proof Safes CofSu
TnmioiiiRP Stoves Per
fmnery and SodpD
A FULL STOCK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
SSlTWrito For Prices and Temsi
TIME T4BS
OF THE
IS
lib uidRuB It
lc
From and after Oct lh 1S9G
regular passenger train will
run at Inllown
RKGULAK TJiAIST
Leaves Brownsville Daily at > a rn
Point Isahd 4 p 111
JOSKCKLAYA
GENERAL MANAGER
The tiller s Hotel building hav
ing hoeu compleloly repaired is of
fered for rent for hotel purposed
lly asonable ralos Apply to Kran
ci co Ylurrin
HOT AN J COLD
AT La A 3aOUSS3STS
Barber Shop
Also a full lino of tobaccos
oigars pipea and binokers material
EL12HCI1 STKEEI
WALLIS I WALTGCHBACH
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Are introducing now and select fctyle
Of work i their piriors Also new st les
ol tanri i J mounts
V u 1 m anj eular cment in crayon
diy > i 1 > i ion or work initei
P ifiu u o nevt tb V b teitrarion
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BROWNSVILLE TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 1398
A CLOSE GALL
McKinleys majority of 113
in the electoral college and
popular plurality of 1000000
could have been overturned by
a change of less than 20000
votes This is undoubtedly
provpd by referring to the fol
fowing list of states carried by
liini by close majorities
Electoral Majori
States Votes
California
Delaware 3
Indiana 15
Kentucky 13
North Dakota3
Orpgon 4
South Dakota 4
VVeot Virginia 0
Wyoming 3
Here are nine states with art
aggregate of sixty electoral
votes which McKinley carried
by an aggregate majority of
50500 It would haVo requir
ed but small changes to have
swung all of them to Bryan ai
this table shows
California 2510
Delaware 1255
Indiana 11100
Kentucky 251
North Dakota 2510
Oregon 1505
South Dakota 151
West Virginia 0010
Wyoming 101
Therefore it appears that a
change of 25393 votes would
have given Bryan sixty ad
ditional electoral votes and
elected him while his opponent
Would have been defeated with
a popular majority of nearly a
million to his credit
HIDDEN TREASURE
ties
C000
2500
22000
500
5000
3000
300
120C6
The Tnras Ransom nidden
Somewhere oh the Peruvian
Mountains
From the Pall Mall Gazette
Adventurers who eeek nlore
gold without reference to art
should turn to Peru To begin
with the balance of the Incas
ransom is hidden somewhere
in the mountains between
Caxamarca and Cuco We
thajconfidently assume that it
has not been discovered for if
put into cirVulation at home
the money market would have
been convulsed whereas the
linders would have had no
reason for keeping the Fecret
had they got safelj away to
Europe As for thn evidence of
deposit there is Pizarros offi
cial report that his comrades
would not wait until the cele
hrated room was full They
unro tod itiipatieut to murder
their captive though they knew
that the bullion levied Upon the
temple at Cuzco was on its way
transported by 100000 llamas
each carrying 100 pounds of
purest gold The iignro is not
incredible seeing of much re
mained when the Oonquistador
es sacked Cuzco News of the
murder reached that precious
caravan in the mountains forth
with the priests buried their
gold and returned Every one
concerned with the expedition
wlio could be identified was
STiHHT lonufad to death b t hot
NO 12h
Highest of all in Leavening Strength Latest U S Govt Report
would speak Such is the con
temporary account But we ob
serve that Sir Clements Mark
ham President of the Royal
Geographical Society obtained
some information during his
memorable expedition to Peru
He states as if it were well
known in the neighborhood
that the caravan left the high
way at a spot now called Azan
which de
200 Jaro a 1atu0 people
rive from the Indian Asuan
caran meaning more dis
can t Away from the road
cried the priests Further
away One always feels the
strongest reluctance to accept
derivation of a placename from
a spoken word But it is not
impossible uor improbable that
in the course of centuries some
hint of a secret which must be
known to many Indians should
have leaked out This clew does
not carry one far however
among the peaks and caverns
of the Andes even if it be trust
worthy
WHITEWASH FOR
BUILDING EXTERIORS
Many inquiries have bepn
made as to how the Washing
ton or Government whitewash their ammunition and supplies
is mixtdt The instructions are and two factories for making
to tnkt > half a bushel of un their cartridges and ammuni
slaked lime slake it with boil
ing water covering during he
pro cpss to keep in the steam
and add to it a peck of salt
previously dissolved in warm
water 3 pounds of gtottnd lice
pint
says that he is wed supplied
J l r
will 1
properly applied ooer r
also noUvkhstanchng the tac
square yard It will lie almost
tharthc rovinc of Pinar del
as serviceable as paint loj
stone and isUi1ols not as vei provided for
wood brick or
much cheaper than the cbetfp as the rest of t e island
est paint If a creanr rttlor is1
wanted yelluwo chre is added
if pearl or lead lampblack or
ivory hlack For fawn add 4
pounds of umber to 1 pound of1
Indian red and 1 pound of com
mon lamp black while 4 pnunds
of raw limber to 2 pounds of
1unpblack will give a common j
stone color This mixture is
uaed by the Government to
whitewash lighthouses and it
now covers the east end of the
Presidents house at Washing
ton Ex
Subscribe for Tut IL un
A LETTER FROM MACEO
The Cuban Leader Outlines
His Precautions Against
Overwhelming Odds
New York Nov 16 Senor
Tomas Estrada Palma the Ca
ban delegate has received a
letter from Gen Antonio Ma
ceo under date of Nov 7
Your need have no uneasi
ness about me says Maceo
in his letter Even in the
case that Weyler could dire
against us such an enormous
army that I could not meet it
in the field in open battle as I
have don e with success up tj
now I will resort to guerilla
warfare in the event my troops
prove insufficient and I will
give hard work to even 200000
soldiers
While Weyler was prepar
ing his trocha Maceo says I
was making mine also
Maceo describes in these
words what he means by his
trocha It is a narrow way
through the mountains and the
only way to n ach the strong
hold where the Cubans have
tton
The Spanis i authorities
Maceo says cannot get to the
Cuban stronghold The pas
sage admits only one man at a
tine in front aud besides that
boiled to a thin paste and
of a haf g
while hot With
m
these materials are incorporated
half a pound of Spanish whit
ing and 1 pound of clean glue
previously dissolved by soak
ing in cold water and then
hanging over a slow tiieiti a
small pot hung in a larger one
filled with water To the whole
aid live gallons of hot water
and let it stand a few dajscov
ered from dust and dirt It
should be applied hot for
which purpose it can be kept
in a kettle or portable furnace
A of this wash mixture
league Cubans have built a
hundred trenches and sown
them with dynamite bombs If
Weyler could force the passage
he would only meet destruction
half way
In the same letter Gen da
ceo gives the news that he cap
tureel four cannons and a threat
quantity of ammunition in his
last engagement with the Span
isli troops and especially
against the corps of Meiguiserj
With regard to provisions hi
Awarded
Hishest Honors Worlds Fair
ei ih sX SWa Fi 5 ji tela
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pureginpe Cream of Tartar Powder
uojirwnmonta Alum or any other adulterant
40 Ifetrs ihe StonStrob

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