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VOL V
SOCIETIES
BIO GRASDEI3DGE KO
81 A F A M Isi
dore Marks W M
Q KatanEOii S W
W A Ncale SocreUry
AJa ou S W Robt
Dalzoll Treasurer R C
Jacy I WRU Walli
J D Q Vf Miller
Tyler Visiting brctnrei
cordially invited Lodg
Beets nrit and third Tuesday In cachmoulli
EXCEl IOR CODGE KO
10 I O O P Miltoii
J Fletcher NobL
Grand John SI
Haynes Tics Orandt
v
tnank Smith Secretary John 3 Stncke Trca
surcr Victor Eily Jr iitttaR Past Grand
Oeorgo W Jfiller D D G M Tho Lodgi
taeeta at 730 p m every Wodnesday night
ViBitmif brethren and all Odd Fedows ln
tood tUndlng re cordliilv invited to attend
ENIGUV3 OF HONOR
LODGE NO 3730
X Hanson jr Dicta
tor A Browne Vice
Dictator Jesse O
Wheeler assistant Dic
Sherwood
Cf Frank Champion Past Dictator H
feporte J B Sharpe Financial Reporter A
turk Treasurer J J Smith Chaplain
leakyGuideDamaso Orm Guardian Domingo
Bennvidez Sentinel Trustees F J Combe U
Uaeza and A A Browne Lo ie meets second
nd fourth Tnesdavs of each month
Catholic Ksiohts op Amebic St Josephs
Branch Ko 7 < 5 ifeetsfln the 1st and 3d Tues
day of each month at 8 p m from Vay 1st to
Mth and at 7 p in from Oct lxttoAprll 30th ol
fcach month m Branch Hall at St Josephs College
Eplrltual Director 3ev Fr Slrois Piesldent A
A Browne VJCeFresident Fred Combe Bee
Secretary John P Putegnat Tlnanlal Secretary
Benj O Hleka Treasurer if Teraandcz Jr
gergt l rmB J p Scanlan Sentinel Fantoe
Valdea jr Tru teesJease Thorham F J
Oombe A K Browne
iQllJl I
Restaurant
Table supplied ith fresh Qah oyster
game and vegetables
Uonfortaole and well furriished rdom
in connection with restaurant
Fresh TobAJ o3 Cigars and Smoker
MateriS
Elizabeth Street
rownsviile
OHSECXISO AT AUCE WITH 8AN ASTONIO
ARAH81E PABS and UEXIOAN KATION
AL Railways
ThiB Line OHrries tire Unite
States Mail on Schedule
Time of 40 Hoars
Stages Leave Alien and Brown
vjHe Dmly at 6 a m Sun
days included and arrive
at Oestinntion die
next Evening
BATE3 OF FAEE
Round Trip TicfctA S225
ineTtlp 1500
Children under 12 years half fare
Children under five years free
HBQLPH ASriHElMAgt OrownsYilleTe >
IHOS BEYNO
prop abb sssaser
Go To
fr Continental s sfe
Por Fine Whisky Wines Cogme
Domestic nnd Imp trtetl Uigare
Cigarettes and Tobacco of
All KiniB
johh 8 mm 83
Iroprietors
fcrowmvitUy lex
sib Irlfiiiiliiit
Sacdsh lo Glin stiui Hb
DEALER IN
SOiiRSi KEBflUBDISa
Htjliest Price Paid For Country
Produce
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
TAiifiS B WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
Dice Second Floor Rio Grando Railroad Building
Will practice in any of tho Courts State or Federal
and and railroad litigation the investigation of
lUea and preparation of abstracts specialties
u Goorpicu
ATTORNEYATLA W
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE
Complete Abstracts of Cnuieron
In The Office
County Kept
BROWNSVILLE TEX
I H MARIS
C
LAWYER AMD LAND AGENT
MONEY TO LOAN ON
GOOD SECURITY
Office in Dalzell Building on
Levee Street
Texas
1 NO I KLEIBER
ATTORNE YATL A W
HHoeover First National Bank
Brownsville Texas
Will practice in any of the
ourte of tho State when specially
mploycd
Ttt N PARKS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Brownsville Texas
Temporary office over Pellat Restaurant
W1U practice in any of the courts State or
FoderaL Special attention given to perfecting
and titles
T > B REN T PiiO
ATTORNEY AND
JOONSELORATLAW
Will practice in all Federal and
State Court
Broionsville Texas
JO UN P KELSEY
ATTORNEY aV LAW
Will practice in tho Federal and
tate Uourts
liio Grande Gilt
MORGAN S S
LINE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
ATLANTIC SISTE3I
Steamers make trip3 between
Morgan City or New Orleaus
and Brazos Santiago
via Galveston about
every 10 days
For further information call on or
address
M B KINQSBTJRY Aokkt
Texas
TAS H EDWARDS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Land Titles Investigated and
m Abstracts Furnished
Hidalyo Texas
Headquarters
iFOll
And Faney Goods of all Dceerip
tionsuitable for
Wedding and Birthday Presents
Iuafe Dooks Stationery toys tona
Inks Jewelry Silverware Fancy
Goods > > l every description
JUit received by
HIS gEI liJDSSE
Bro JirttsviUo Iexsts
HSEflt
PURELY VEGETABLE
Tho cheapest purest and best family modi
elne In tho world I An effectual specific for
nil dlsensesof tho LlvcrStomach and Spleen
Regulate the Liver and prevent Chills and
Fever Malarious Fevers Ilowcl Complaint
Restlessness Jnundlco and Nausea
BAD BREATH t
Nothing Is so unpleasant nothing so com
mon as a bad breath and in nearly every
caso It comes from tho stomach and can bo
so easilr corrected IT you will take Simmons
Liver Regulator Co not neglect so sura a
remedy for this repulRlvo disorder It MIU
also Improve your appotito complexion and
general health
CONSTIPATION
should not bo regarded an a trifling ailment
In fact nature demands the utmost regularity
of the bowols and any duviatlon from this
demand paves the way often to serious dan
ger It is qulto as necessary to remove Impure
accumulations from the bowels as It Is to oat
or sleep and no health can be expected where
a costive habit of body provallg
SICK HEADACHE
This distressing affliction occurs most fro
qoenUy The disturbance of tho stomach
arising from tho imperfectly digested con
tents causes a eovero rmln In tho head
accompanied with disagreeable nausea and
this constitutes what Is popularly known as
Sick Headache for the rollef of which take
Simmons Liver Regulator
etery packages
Hsu the Z Stamp In red on tho wrappeth
jr H Z IXIN CO Philadelphia
ESOKETi
BROWmVlLLH TEX
REPRESENTS TU IS LARUEST
GROOKRY HOUSE IK
TUE SOUTH
Sella Alcohol in bond Olive Oil
Vinegar Potatoes and Dried
Frnite Wfpes Liquors
Grain in uar lots Coffee
Rico and Molasses
S1 AGEHF
For Architectural Iron Work Fencee
Rnilinc8 and Juils Fire aud
Burglar Proof Safo9 Coffin
Trimmings Stovea Per
fumery and Snaps
A FULL STOCK OF ARMOURS
LARD FOlt IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
Write For Piieie and Temar
TIME TABLE
OF THE
From and after Oct lib 189G
regular paB8enoer train will
run aa billows
REGULAR TRAIIf
Leaves Brownsville Daily ut 9 a id
roint Isabel 4 p in
JOSI OJ4LAYAS
GE2TERAL MANAGER
eon tiEjrT
Tho Millers Hotel building hav
ing been completely repaired is of
fered for rent for hotel purpostd
iloasonablo rates Apply to Fran
cisco Yturria
HOT AND COLD
AT La A ROUSSSTS
Barber Shop
Also a full lino of tobaccos
jigars pipes and smokers material
EUZDi Il STREET
WULIS 15 WALSEH3U
PHOTOGRAPHERS
Are introducing new and select blylee
of work at their parlors Alt > o new stylet
of fanry card inounts
J3opving ami enlargements in crayon
dime Inspection of work invited
Photo narlors next to V b reservation
WA i iOiV 5TI1BET
REPUBLICANS DIVIDED
Interest Notes From Washing
ton on the Political Outlook
From Our Regular Correspondent
Washington Nov 23rd 1S9G
The lirst round between the
McKinley and ami McKinley
republicans has been fought
and the McKiuleyitea have won
bnt the victory isnt substantial
enough to crow over As quick
as it was known that th re
publicans had won the Nation
nl election such meu as Sen
atorSherman and Speaker Reed
began lo announce the necessity
for pushing the Dingley bill or
soma jsimilar revenue measure
through the Senate at the short
session if it could possibly be
done That caused a lining up
of republicaus for and against
the Dingley bill and the contest
was getting lively when the
word was passed that McKinley
would not have the Dlnley bill
put through That ended the
round The Dingley bill is
dead and the anti McKinley
republicans are temporarily
licked but the will have thmr
innings later on and will do
their part towards showlng the
country how badly divided the
republican party is even on the
tariff question and the financial
division will not be over look
ed either The fifty lifth CcfV
grPss promises to be one of the
liyliest seen for years and al
thongh the democrats thereiu
will not be numerous enough
to accomplish ranch by voting
as a party there is no guessing
what they may do by holding
the balance of power betweeti
the republican tactions in the
Senate
There is no more amusing
feature of the situation than
the talk of the populists about
the democratic parly having to
come to them in the next Na
tional campaign It would be
a case of the tail wagging the
dog sure enough lor the party
which oast more than Hvp sixths
of the votes Bryan received be
itig absorbed by the party
which cast less than one eixth
of the votes
There are snme things in
which this country might take
a few profitable lessons from
older nations and onn of th m
is in the wording of official re
ports which are intendedto be
made public A case in point
is Hie annual report of the
Board of Ordnance and For
tification This board is com
posed of prominent army offi
cers including Gen Miles and
has ex Congressman Otuhwaite
for a civilian member In its
anxiety to impress upon Con
gress the necessity for large
appropriations for Coast Dfeu
cfstbe Bvard made the mis
take of using the fallowing
language Should a conflict
arise we are liable to be em
broiled with somn power whose
navy in the present defenceless
condition of our coast might
destroy or exact enormous rati
sonis from our chief cities
That sort of atulF my do veiy
well in the sensational
newspaper offices but it
is decidedly out of place
iti an official document It
in the publication of that
style of niatrer irr oiliciul re
ports for this1 isnt the iirt
i
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BBOWNBVTLLE TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 1898
NO 127
Highest of all in Leavening Strength Latest U S Gov t Report
time it has been done that has
made every country owning a
few modern warships cocky in
its dealings with the United
States because of the belief
that fear of the destruction of
our sea coast cities will make
us stand almost anything from
a country with a Navy Chili
had that idea several years
ago and Spain has it now
While there is no doubt that
these geutlemen meant well in
usiug such language such a
report would never had been
made public by any European
power and it should nothave
been published here
Es Senator Walsh of Ga
now visiting Washington re
taing the editoral faculty of
statiBg the situation in a nut
shell lie said It is lo bu sin
cerely hoped that prosperity
will come to the country
through the incoming ndmiuis
tralion Every patriot hopee
for that The republicans will
have thp responsibility and if
their methods and policies are
for the general good to them
will belong the credit But if
they fail to carry out the prom
ises they have made that if
entrusted with power great ben
efit would accrue to tho conn
try then the democracy win
meet them at Phillippi Any
man who reckons that the
democratic party is dead i
making a serious mistake If I
am not greatly mistaken it will
be very tnnch alive in jIOUO
Those who ahvays jump at
conclusions have taken it fot
granted that McKinley would
send to the Senate for ratifica
tion the treaty negotiated dur
ing the last days of the LTarri
son administration providing
for the annexation of Hawaii
which was withdrawn by Mr
Cleveland He will do nothing
of the sort He is opposed to
the wording of that treaty and
will not Bend it lo the Senate at
all McKinlej while not op
posed to annexation will take
no steps toward that end until
fully assured that the people of
Hawaii de ire annexation and
shall have formally asked for
it Then he will agree to the
negotiation of a new treaty
Chief Ford of the Treasury
Bureau of Statistics agrees with
Senator Gorman both in the be
lief that the Dingley Tariff bill
would do the Treasury no good
and that the best way out of
present difficulties would be to
put a dut ori coffees and lea
ne Said If Congress desires
to pass a purely revenue bill at
this session it vijl lie eay
etiongb to get up one that would
stop the deficit A tax of 40 per
cent orreoffet and tea and adol
lar a barrel additional on beer
would do it to a nicety hy i
ding iabout 75000000 a y ar
to our revenue
Jsjnbaeiibe fur TVr Ui < aild
moms
H5fI
S
POINTS ABOUT PEOPLE
Two inmates of die Dela
ware Ind poorhouse a crip
pie man of 6o andggcrr apppla
tic woman of 26 Eloped on a
recent Sunday f
About 2ood has been ba
queathed to the church of Eng
land and the Sbciety for the
Propagation of the Gospel by
the late Alfred Marriott of
Grange Hopton IMirfielc
Yorkshire
Two men of Madisor Ohic
have been going to the polls
together for sixty years Now
they are each Si years old
with but a month s difference
in their ages On November
3 they cast their fifteenth pres
idential vote
George Bernard Shaw thti
the London novelist who has
been a vegetarian for fifteen
years says that the enormity
of eating the scorched corpses
of animals canibalism with its
heroic dish omitted becomes
impossible as soon as it bu
conies cohscidiisly instead of
thoughtle itual
Soon after the marriage Qt
the crown prince of Italy to
the Princess Helene Of Monte
negro the former presented to
his brother in law Prince Dani
lo or Monlenegroa sword bear
ing an inscription which trans
lated means Victor Emmaii
uel Heraditary Princeofltal
to Danilo Heraditary Prince
of Montenegro
Mr Julius M Price tho
travelieg special artist of the
London Illustrated News was
with the Bechuanaland expedi
tion in South Africa he went
on a voyage to the Arctic coast
of Siberia and he journcjed
up the river Yenisei travers
ing Mongolia and the Gobi
desert to Pekin More recent
ly he went to Coolgardie
The remains of the latti
George duMaurier were cre
mated and n is reported that
among others who have de
clared in favor of cremation
are Bishop Potter WH Rans
ford Professor Charles 1 liot
NortonWilliam Walctforcl As
tor Edward Everett Hale An
drew Carney hrtiles Dud
ley Warner Marshall P Wild
er and Ella Wheeler Wicox
Awarded
Highest Honors Worlds Fair
MOST PERFECT MADE
A pure Grape Cream of Trrtsr Powder Fre
Cora Ammonia Alum or sny othor aUitenni
40 Years tls Si acar4 >

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