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"Zfkr s$ a fi-C 4 Wli -TV .-k H fiwliia ffflfP v3 IFi f t- a y-s a 74 JB js m mJJ St i - - itj mm r-i pv.t "i rrrv i-i f v XESS?' IS ''3 'J .h sr rt: ?5--S-o3i V J? p-ggr - VOL. v BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY-, MAT 6, 1397. NO. 22? i !es?.w. la 5f K3 I f3 9 3 1 Jfe? I 3 li ii2 i AV WJUl Bw1 3j& r r & 7- -c- a SOCIETIES. RIO GRASDS LODGE NO. BlA. F. -fcA. 3L Isi dore Varia, W. if.; G. SatanStJO. S. IV ; W. A. 2Ieale. Searebry; A-Jagtja. S AT;, Boot DslzelL Trea&nrer; B. C. Msev. J. W;B. H. Walks J-B.; G W. JHiller, Tyler. Visiting brethren cordially luvitea. Idge oeto Srt and third TueodasJn each month. . X7ESI0B LODGE XO AirS5fT3S5' ' IO.LO.O.F -OFFICLB5 -!2 ? t 3r?in r :avnes.XobIe f'PVis GraircU ErsHfc Smith J Stucke, Treasurer; Tic for Esly, Jr.. SecrotaT; X. J. FM-ier, Sittjcgjl Iaat Grand. Chaa. F. TOshmaii Mrtnct DepUlJET r,nd Vaetar. Th Tviuft -nets t 7:30 p. BJ. every Wednesday night. Tisitoig brethren and iall odd FeJoro fn good standing ire cordially InTited 10 attend. K5IGHTS OF HONnR LODGE 0. 3730. OF. Dctator.J sseO.Wiieell er, Vice Dictator: nas. F Tilghnam; BSitant dictator. 31. Hanson, PastD ct tor; H b. rwood Treasurer; .AYal ubach.ChaplaaiJ Zafcv uniue fceledom Garza uuardian D ramgo Benaviaes, en in 1. -'rublec: rrank C'Lampiou, F. Jv01? & Garza LoJ?e meets second aonrth Ttiosaavs tf each month. Cxthouc Kxicirrs ov amebic- t. Josephs Branch, Ko. 745) Jfeets on the 1st and 3d Tues--- -iayofeach month at p. m., from Mzy 1st to J0thandat7p m., from Oct. 1st to April 30th of fach month in Branch Hall at St-Joseph's College Bpiritual Director; Ker. Fr. Sirois. PiesidentI A. L Browpe, Vice-President; F-ed. .Comb, Bee Secretary; lohn F. Fmnat Flwan-ial Secretary; Bern. O. Hielw, Treasurar; M. Fenandcz jrr; Bergt. at arms S. P. Scanlan. Sentiqel: Panto? Valdes. jr.. Trustees. Jesse Thorham, F. J. Combe, A. A. Browne. MillC U Dili WIl5?5lIG KotrriNG ah vicas otkio stanae & A3AN3A.3 PASS and HSICAU KATION- Ui Boilray Cliis Line Camus the United States Mail on Schedule Time of 0 ELonrs. Stages Leave A.hci and Brown? ville D nly at 6 a. an (Sun days ineliuled) md arrive at DstiiiKhon Ie mxt Even in or. EA.TE3 OF FAKE. Round Trip Ticket . JppTrlp u S22.5j 15.00 Children under 12 years half fore Children under Qve years free. t. L, BEIO, ht, Irmnilk, IS' i THOS BEYNO P,1F.AH9 yAiiMcR -U-0 TO-- m llio , onfi inrf Mm ,JIU i UO III L IlliM For GSne Whiak , Wiiu-B Cig iae Dn'?tie tinil Imported Cigars, Ginrerte? and ToIikccu of AH Kinds. mis 0. mmi- & co . BroiBnsvillci Tex. n rs ? r ii ftOrtUi "F .L -3.-5 4 .A'l .uranTj S s Table supplied with fresh Csh, o'ster janieand vegetnljleS. Uonfortable and well furnished rooms in connection with restaurant. Mrs. B. Abadie Eropnetri-ss EMzabetlT Street a Is I it la s (Saceessof to Christian H&c!., DEALER IN- MM. MERSHASOiSE Bg'iesfc Price: J.Paid For Country Produce. IjUi tu r PROFESSIONAL CARDS- fAiiES B. WELLS, ATTORNEY AT LAW , Brownsville : : : : : : : Texas: See Second Flcor Eio Grande Bailroid Building Will practice msny of the Courts, State orFederal and and railroad litigation, the investigation of ties and preparation of abstracts, specialties. Tp U4 GOOPRIOU, Jlr ATTORNEY-AT-LA.W. DKALSS IX B"SAL ESTATE Oomplete Abstracts of Cameron Coitnty Kept In The Office. HROVfiVSYILLE. . TEX. r H. iXAEIS, . LAWYER .ID LAND AGENT MONEY" TO LOAN ON GOOD SECURITY. (Office in Dalzell Building on -r, v r rftJE-JlT J'il.l n ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. )Jh"ce over First National Bank Brownsville, Texas Will practice in any of the ourts of the State when special implo3red. G. Kr'aiisse Is now Prepared to do all kinds of Watch ana Clock sort Repairing Je-ft elry and Silverware of all Kinds a Speciality ELIZABETH stbeet X B RENTFRO. "" ATTORNEY AND JOUNSELOR-AT-LAW Will practice in all Federal and State Cmirts. Brownsville, 7V- exas JOHN P. KELSEY, ATTORNEY F LAW Will practice in the Federal and tate (Jonrts. Hio Grande City, - - lexas. TA5. H. ED W AllDS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Land Titles Investigated and Abstracts Furnished. Hidalgo: : : : : : : : : : Texas 4 ?mmmL MORGAN; S. S. ii Jii ..j SOOTHERS PCiFIC COMPANY, ATL&STIC SfSTBH. Sfce.niers make trips between Morgan City or New Orleans and Brazos Santiago, via Galveston about every 10 days, For further information Gall on or address M. B. KltfGSRURY. Ao'e-nt. leadqiiarters FOB Arid Fancy Goods-of all Detcrip tions; smtable for 'Mk and Birthday Presents ! I uslc, Book3, Stationery, toys, e'ens tte Inks, Jewelry, Silverware, Fancy Goods of every description Just received by HBSS 8 EH KaAUSSE, Bro .vnsville, Texas. . ..Levee-S Lr.treia4iaw BroiorriWJ $zas, J 1 P'$illc-lii 0iV'0 TnsV4iia 8REAT flfflM EESTROYEfei MUMUiy turn (OZONIZED CHLORIHS.) Disinfectant, Deodorizer $ Antiseptis. FOSSiFEn, CltANUHESS WD KWrOHT USE IT U EVSRY SIOK-R3B3I3. Will Iccep ttte atmospJiere gure and wholesome; Tern ovViig ell bad odors from any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs. infection from all Fevers, and all Contagious Diseases, A swndcsc of Scarlct Fever has never besa known to occcr where the Fluid vras fVccly used. &aEsg-2aaj6&:i yelixv fevsr has t?Ura s HSlUFa R Bick Vot.it had ta- DESTROYS. 1 sHdH? iHKRiA have tielbkd to it Attcp&ists ott tlie blck Tiu secure Protcciou froia la- fecUous IieasC3 by using Hie Ilaid. Perfecuy harmless, used internally or exteraally. AS AN INTERNAL DISINFECTANT AND DETERGENT. Tftlten o- in'ectcd or usod. as n. trasrl It alln.v lnflzmriiTitiini .mil fvirrf?ti nfTVn- " fiHe dificiiHrges, Tlie Tlnid is a certain care for l)iarihcpa Xy"entcry aud lu llammation of t!io Uovsels. Jieing Alka line in its nature it nll often afford Mjgcoixipleto relief from SjtrtbumF AcSd- iS -ieaiey 51 D." PnlrT' liinton. E.5hop"f5eo! ENDORSl'D Bv l.iianna Simr Trf T . Thi. . r Uias.r. AiejcJEL otners. SEf L!i & CO., Phllad elphsG. r KPT SEE XJL1 X THEN SEE m. NAIANSON Hh is prepared with one of the finest Trial Cases containing a full assortment of spherical and rj'iindricallenses, pribins ophtalmoseopc for .inspection of the interior of th eye, and other optical instruments for examination of the eyes, selec tion of ej'e glasses and spec tacles. Remember that j'ort run the risk of im pairing your eyesight' I when you trnst the examination i of the eye and selection of glass es to spectacle dealers. See Dr. G. Natanson office up stairs over the VHTTTO RRIA BL'Qg, 1 j u OF TSE .rl: n liUfiiUO 9 1 From and after Out. 1th., 1S96 regular passenger train will run as follow-: Regular inAix. Leaves Brownsville (Diilj) at 9 a.m. " Pclmt Isabel ,, ;, 4 p. m JOSE CELAYA, GENERAL 'MANAGER. EOT AND COLD n ri 1, H ? I u ? L, A. B-GUSSST'S Barber SJiop. 5 Also a fall line' of tobaccosj oigars, pipes and smokers material. ELIZA BEIT STREET HUNS s WtLiERHGII PHOTOGRAPHERS, Are introducing new and i eleotf stvles of AvorH at thejr parlors. Also new styles f of tancy cara jnount.. JCopj ingand enlargements in crajon done. Inspection of wor1. iniitedj Photo partors next to 17. S. reservation, ) WASHINGTON STREK ran sloj5t The ililier's Hotel building hav H' P wm i r 1 i s f i i n R T f x jj sa 1 Y r IJ a y n i i . t 5 2 i 9 AT jing- been completelv repaired is.of-ling fered for rent for hotel purposed Ksasonable rates. Apply to Fran-' UihCU Ityrnn. J e f Old newspapers for sale at irui3 an?oe eta, Ijpn.irdi " j BAD OUTLOOK , - FOR GREEKS. They Have Lost Courage and Their Resonrces. London'. May. 2 The Times will publish to morrow a dis- ' patch from Larissa dated Wed- 1 T nesday, which saj-s: The Chris tians who are returning here say that during the battls 'of j ; . $ MllOUtia, CrOWH PHnCe Coil- ' . stantine was at Karanoc, at the fon, nf . ie .pass. The Gieek army is described as behaving OR that occasion like a disord- j Lr.r mnu aH Hiifinlinp W-A9. . eUY mD- Al1 OlSCipillie UaS '-fLintr tn th tcindH nYld solfliprs fired even on their own officers, 5o terrible, was the panic. It is.4ji&6Ilile to believe trie armSBaPCiijiarasarta can P ' T ' fflS tt-ilhs?Trfg7"?-nrg ID aSUU- S battled That the war. is nowfNp cbiJd: TwQ farm jIBnds practically over is plamlyap parent. iinrt- .- GREEKS HEiliTED IX. London, May 5 The cor respondent of ihe Standard at Constantinople will say to morrow: Said Eddin Pasha ar rived at Janina Thursday uight with eight battalions from Adrianopole. Uther battalions were expect ed on the following day. He intends to assume the offensive and it is considered the Greeks in Epirus have no alternative but surrender, with the Turks advancing from both Janina aad Trikkala. Hafiz Pasha complained bit terly of the lawlessness and pillaging of the Albanians and the palace council therefore de cided to distribute other regi ments in that section. & WAR PRFPARATIONS. Constantinople, May 2. War preparation goes on with unabated vigor. Two commis sions composed of officials from rhe ministries of public works and of war have been formed for the puipo'je of inspecting railways and facilitating the dispatch of troops to the fron tier. It has been decided to ex tingtiish the torches in all the lifjht houses on the Gulf of Smyrna as far as Karabnrun during the continuance of the war. , It is officially announced llfat the Greek lesidents in Turkey may become naturalized as an alternative to leaving the coun try. This will be compulsory for all Greeks officially em ployed in Turkey. The Port litis undertaken to provide guards for the protec lion of the American missions in Asia-Minor, and has promis ed that these shall not be re moved without the consent of the American legation. agatn in epirus: Arta,.xMay(l Afte.r lemain- inactive for two days the Greek troops yesterdav (Fii- day) reiovadt.d pIras, Tbe 151X111 regiment advanced and occupied Phillippiada for iheJ third tiuie without Utiqg. The Turks are Mill at Pentepigidia and Imart has been fortified. The military building over the River Arta having been ds stroyed, the streets of Arta pre- sent a strong sceue, with the continned exodus of citizens and soldiery and streets around fires with thousands of cattle. FAMIIiY KILLED. - Death of a Farmer, Wife and Child by a Waterspout. Monticello, Ky , May 1. A wason driver who arrived here brings news os a terrible disas ter on While Oak Creek in Tennessee, several, miles from this city. A watersponfc s'trnck Ihe house of a farmer named Brand ers, demolishing the house and Hiiihig the farmer, his wife and i zz?' ,v sieamncr nnsTiHi!r'vir HU uuu r .. u.. -i i - rvrnjinjHpri ibr f IwuXlLaa. 1 n a -.' teW hourst N7 TtvrhaT ftmrttLP was done to the neighborhood of far as the teamster Yearned CURRENCY CIRCULATION. Monthly Statement of the Uuit- ed States Comptroller for April. Washington, D. C, May 2 The monthly statement of the comptroller of the currency shows that oh April 30 the total circulation of national bank, notes was $232,S02.244, a gaiu for the year of S,S70,S98 and a loss for. the month of $906,650. The circulation is based on United Stales bonds was $10S,76S,o4D, a gain for the year of $6,365,310 and a loss for the month of $999,153. The circulation secured by lawfnl security was $25,053,695, an in crease for the year of $3,335, 589 and an increase for the month of $92,503. Thetamount of United Stated registered bonds on deposit to secure cir dilation notes was $232,749,300 and to secure public deposits, $16,313,000. COLUMBIA TO BE RETIRED Helena and Annapolis to Be Commissioned to Take Its Place: Washington, D. C.4 May 2. The first result of the laying up of th big cruiser, Colum bia, is manifested in the prepar ation of orders by the riavy department for the commis sioning of the two new gun boats, Helena and Annapolis. The Pielena will go into ser vice. June r and the Annapolis a week later. These boats will be kept on the Norths At lantic station for ab'oni. tHre'e months, when they will be sent to one ot tne foreign stations, probably China. All birds when perched on trees or bushes serve as weathercocks, as they invaria bly arrange themselves with JieTr headio the wind 9 lijM-7jJ St R Absolutely Pure. Celebrated for 2t; sreat Ieaemai strength and healthfblnesa. jissiires the food againstalum and all forms of adtil teration common to the cheap brands. RO AL BAKIXG POWDER CO., NEW YORK. GREEK JOAN OF ARC A Nineteen-Year- Old Girl Is Going to the Front. London,' May 2. The cor respondent of the Daily Tele graph at Athens. had ,an inter view with Helen Constantmi 1 , the 19 year old ,girl who 4f. ri-v .r n r- . IS abCiir "-racaL uJi. uic uvul fr r rh-hK of a largekband of CS- .. JT CV at CTKf5?TIFSv?rj&1 i " lesit shot. Her SraSIr acconn Both oK111 v POWDE are biB- anti-dynastic. SheNs declares hi will fip-ht in the O fror??Fank and has no fear of j death. Her departure tonight, (Sunday, was witnessed by. thousands of enthusiast'c Athenians who hail her as the Greek Joan of arc. ANARCHISTSyr Barcelona, Maj. Twejj six anarchists, in addition to those already sentenced, have been condemned tobleath, for complicity in the Jjulrage qt June 7 last, at the iJastof Cor pus Christi, when a bomb was thrown in tire midst of a pro cession, which was on its way to the church of Santa Maria Del Mar, killing a dozen per sons outriorht, and wounding about fifty others, some or whom have since died of their injuries; Switzerland is the only civil ized country in the world which grants no patents for inventions. It is said that the emperor of Russia received over 500 f threatening Hitters prior to his journey to France. A society has just beeri formed at Berlin which has fir its chief object a crusao'S' against the top hat. Awarded Highest I losors World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair, A?3'Z3! &irJ?iR i y ? B&BL1 j A Fere Gzz?& Crcasr 0$ Tartar Pn dizL I - - Hm-. Sc5. Eil KLiEIr c5, S'v'V aeras aaa- 5rS 40 Y&&S Tr5Z SXNSBS &$ ' "k .