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j CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893. TOTH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN JVfilUH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. r- m -J 'XJj I W' ! J .f! fi? 4- K & 5? IS? i YOU VI SOCIETIES. BIO GEAUDEI.ODGB NO. 81 A. T. & A. M. Isi dore 3arks, W. if.; G. Nataason. S. "W ; TV. A. Keale, Secretary; A-Jagou. S. V;, Bobt. DalzelL Treasurer; B.C Jtfacv, J. W; B. H. Wallis J. B.; G. W. Miller, Tyler. YiHitlng brethren cordially invited. Idge iaei first and third Tuesday In each month. excelsior lodge so. I0I.O O.F.-OFFICEB joim M.Haynes,Nobie SSlS&S; ,,r Ealy. Jr., Secretary; J. Tletcher, ttog Vnl -!-.J -,o. 1? TiT1.tto T4ifr?rt TAn7irv ast Grand, Chas. F. Tfljhmau Ditrict Deputy llT&Jia Yiasser. ine jjaage aseets ai i.ou y. "i. rery Wednesday night, risitmg brethren and J511 Odd FeJoTrs in jcod standing we cordwlly invited to attend. &ik8 S5TIGHT3 O? HOKOB X.ODGBNO. S730. OF. &?&? & EKS. . Browne, nt'5?r. Eictaio"; JesseO. Hheei i&'tzfi .v- er, Vice Dictator: i has. bF- F Tiighnam; issifiteni 'Dictator; If. Hanson, Past D ctator; H. Scerwood Eeoorte-; J.D.iiirpe, tinainai !. Al7i. Treasurer; '.'al'genbach, Chaplain V iaahy Crude, 'Ccl-donio-Garza. uturd-an-Dainmgo Bocavides, en tmtOv frustees: Frank Champion, F. Jcomoe, 'fi- Garza LCje meets second ajurth Tuesdavs of each mouth. uWUoVlii lb .rft i fev 1 5 r fi B not 1 1 a B 2 ia JOHHECTIKG AT ALICE WITH SAN ANTOSIO & ABASSAS PASS and Jf EXIOAN NATION AL Eailways- "his Line Carries the United States Mail on Schedule Time of -10 Hours. '"-Stages Leave Alice and Brown? .viile Daily at 6 a. m (Sun days included) und arrive at Destination the next Evening. BATES OF FABE. ' koundTrip Ticlcet ...S 22.50 bneTrlp 15i!0 Children under 12 years half fare. Children under five rears free. ELBEmflUtf., teiisviHa, To. THOS BEYNON v prop, aso yiffl J BIELETBERG General agent fob. northern 3Ies "T lUfinir 'S J 5he "Best and Easiest Running Machine m the World, iook 4 the VIedal forsuperioty at ' the recent Columbian World's Fair. Dealer In .fRWRLHY. ARSIS AND ,v " AMMUNITION. Comraercio St Katamoios SUMMER EXCURSION TIME TABLE OF THE I rrs r3 a From and after June loth., 1S97 regular passenger train will run as follows: TlTiriTTT 1 T IT! " t TNT Leaves Brownsville (Daily) at 5 p.m. " Tomt Isabel 7 a. m JOSS CELAYA, GENERAL MANAGER. .F B. Armstrong, TAXIDERMIST, DEALER IN Mexican, and SmtJiern Birds Mammal Skin. Bird Eygs, and Specimens vf Arat uwZ Histonj. ifiw -OJJXJJUtd irk es s s mm wMww VUI iii IV f uift i rnn n ill igllillir3 lis S la TOOWJSSVILLE, BfiOWNSVILLE, TEXAS, 3REAT SEBJ DESTBBYBn ejIl.1: iflWi iuul (ozonized chlorine:.) Disinfectant, Deodorizer $ Antiseptic. FOR StfETY, GLEANUKESS AND COMFORT OSS, 5 2 K3 &liH dKsSVKUroHi j Will Jceep the atnwspacre pure ; ? odors from any Bource. I" ? " 1" f "' 4fant.inn, from all Fevers. ' and all Contagious Diseases, A second case of Scarlst Ffyer has never been known to occur tiHere the Fltad was freely used. tjbj.StAxJLSwa&l Yelixw Fever has & KAFivnAtiiM S been cured wii it after I OOBTMIGSu Black Vorr had ta- E II KEN TLACK. lS USe Ul H nJ?5?SfVE? S SMALL-POX wTJrRE g LSfa S ll . &f a g VEST PITTING Tha K AT "''' J - 3 -ft-orst cases of Diph theria have yielded to it. Attendants on tte Sick rili secure Protection from. In fectious Diseases by nsinjr the Fluid. Perfectly harnJess, used internally or extcnally. AS AW INTERNAL DISINFECTANT AKD DETERGENT. Tnlraa or injected or used as a tra six it allajs Inflaiusiatloii nnd corrects offen sive discharges. The Iluid is a certain euro for Diarrhoea, Dysentery and In flammation of the Botrels. Being Allav- II ne in its nature It -will often afford complete relief from Kcartburn, Acid ity of the Stomach and Dyancpsla. ENDORSED By J Manon Sims, SI D j-cs. LeConte, M D.,?rof H T Lupton, Bishop Go. F. Pierce. Bishop W JL Whtman, Fev Chas F. Diems, Rev. Richard Fuller, Hon. Alex. H btephens. Hon. A. J. Waller, and many others. E!L.!K & GO., PhiScdcSphiS. Dr. R, P. Andersoa vrmrrgs ft? Oilice, Second Floor Pirst Nat. bank Graduate Vanderbllt Dentil College No charge for examining teeth, OfSce hours 9 to 12 am, and i to 6 p m. Brownsville, . Texas. . "At and below Am closing out to retire from business and will sell B J&EGARDL.ESS OF COST, Call early and secure bargains. Should any one desire to purchase the entire stock, consisting of handsome millinerej notions and dr goods, I will sell stock in bulk at and below cost on easj terms. gjJobbers ivill find it to their interest to examine stock and ask for prices. Miss A, Lorber, Elizabeth Street. At Bloomberg & Baph.aels Can be found a full assortment! of Stetson hats, Gent's fnrnishing goods, Linens, Fancy rng, Mat tings Etc. BETAIL DRY GOODS STORE. CUSTOM BOUSE AND MERCHANDISE BROKER Consignments Solicited. Brownsville , Texas A P BAESEBA, On eveiy Steamer Fresh California evaporated fruits prunes, mince meat, pigs feet, sour kraut, preserves jellies, Spanish olives ! in kcs. mckles. roasted neanuts. citron Icui rants, dates, raisins, a fine assortment Trates'?isi??"flssLrS!"' UnnfimT l PI mn lAunuw SJI1SXX irfMilliiiery stock of fresh grated cocoanut, cocoanuts, fine rjionej' , to help along the repU- crackers, fresh fruits and new California! ' i pears, peaches, apricots, etc., in heavy, blican part'. They ll tie even SJWiH reciece by next steamer cran-j I eSS the Story of increased brries peach and apricot jelly, etc, iprice3 fo"r almo3t everything WTill keen on hand afresh line ot rW4- ' roceries, at lowest price. Also fine fur niture.. biveraeacan. A- P. BARREDA Malmake OtOl Cor. Houston and St. Clary's Sts. San Antonio, :::::::::;::::::::Tesas - iloclern conveniences rcuisme a spe ciality: rates 8200 per djy. Sreets cars pass door to and from all depots. UIT$I0 EISlS j ?&iit McKlNLEY,CRAWFISHIES - X)n the Monetary Qaestion. -Republican Prosperity a Take. From Our Regular Correspondent. Washington, August 23 1897. The republicans have other troubles thau those which will be made by tire new tariff aliead of them. They are go ing to have an-end of worry over finance in the near future. It is an open secret that there is a Sbrious difference of opi nion in the -cabinet on the ad visability of commit cingvjie administration and the party to the retirement of the green backs and treasury notes. "Sec retary, as the personal repre sentative of the bankers and ultra gold men, will make a hard fight to commit the adP ministration and party to the retirement of those notes, al though ho knows a's well as anybody that no such- legisla tion can be put through during the life of the present congress, because of the silver majority in the senator. Proof that Mr. McKinley i3 afraid of this ques- ..-- t - T-v- -kf-rt if 5i ex iVJi committing himself in his spe ciai message to Congress ask ing for authority to ajmoint curren&3arrmiiSBioQ7:Mr.JMa-: ?.. i-. j,. jm?3M:n iviniey una uetsucvcij- biitiigf wus sctirtfj'- in 1877, and as late as the Fifty-first Congress, he voted and spoke for the Windom sil ver bill and the- Sherman sub stitute therefor. He didn't want the gold standard platform of last year's republican conven tion. It is doubtful if he knows want he wants now. He prefers to -trim and to wait, but Secretary Gage intends, un less he is prevented, to submit to Congress in his annual re port the outlines of a bill that would prepetuate the single gold standard, not because he thinks it will pass, but because he thinks if will pass, but be cause he wishes to commit the administration and the repub lican party. Members of the administra tion still in Washington, are Somewhat worried over the re sults of the new tariff as far as they have "become apparent. They did not like shutting down of those big New England cot ton mills, and some of them went as far as to say that the mill owners Ehonld have been j .. .,:,. tvniiug iu lictjy -w luuuiiig their mills, even if they lost ) labor that comes from every direction. Speaking of this phase of the matter a promi- nent Pb-laclelphia business man, now in Washington, said: liI hear that a general ' rise in J prices is td take place, and that! people may prepare to pay Imdre for this dry goods, cloth- U'ua u,uu V ZJi prohibiting; 45eajjfefiBT ful manner in winch he avoided V . " L-Jf aJ tthe,monefues4lon He votea ffor the free" coinage of silver ubsstsiina ohoeis: and sllfwill 4d. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1597; articles of bousPliold necessity. If this going to be soI predict tremendous discontent and dis satisfaction among the people. In flush times these would be no complaint, but when conr modities rise in value and the volum'e of money is not increas ed the common people are bound to suffer, especially when, as now, there is no chance of an" advanc&i'n wages. The upshot offEe matter will be a revolt against the political party that passed the law which made dearer all things the consumer is bound to bu3T, without doing anything to in crease the ability of the consu mer to purchase the necessaries of life. If the republican party hasn't a very rough row to hoe then I am utterly with out ability as a prophet " Some of the civil service cranks are doing so much shouting over Mr. McKinley's extension of the civil service law to a few of the small Cub- Xom. House employees, that they have overlooked his exemption I from those rules of numerous important places in the Customs and Internal Revenue Jsexfice T7t a r fiSfcfz Q.1S UlitriiuuiBi.a au -jVtic i iuij gvOvernisMesTexcept for causemdxt oWly' upon writ tenLchrtfges, has, of course, beeavarmiy received in Wash- (.-: ...: ington,wuere so many persona arVpecuniarily interested in a life tenure of office, but if the country endorses the idea I will miss mv erness. "With a life tenure of office, there will necessarily come in a few years a civil pension list. Both ideas are undemocratic and nn-Amer-ican, creating as they do a privileged class. If it had not been for the social influences of "Washington, there would never have been any civil service law, and when the same influences were brought to bear on Mr. Cleveland to secure a life tenure for those in office, he positively refused to make the amend ment that Mr. McKinley has now made. Senator Gorman seldom talks for publication, but without violating confidence, I can say that he is preparing to make the tight of his life to restore Maryland to the democratic column, and that he is absolute ly confident that he will suc ceed and be relected to the Sen ate. A SLIGHT DIFFERENCE. . A contemporary remarks that the chief question at pre sent is, "Will the Prince marry Mrs. Langtry?" It is pretty safe to guess that he will not; probably she will marry him. Chicasro Times Herald. TOO TIRED TO TALK. Austin, Tex., Aug; 3. Hon. A. W. Terrell, ex-minister to Turkey, arrived home late this afternoon from Wash ington. He was too tired to iarrest the sailor, but his ship talk to newspaper reporters. I mates refused to give him up He has not decided what he AN AMERICAN PROTECTORATE If Latest Advices Are Correct, Minister Sewall Declared a Protectorate and. Raised the American Flag at " Honolulu on Monv- day, August 2? San Francisco, Cal , ATig" 3 The following from the cor respondent of the Associated Press at Honolulu was received by the steamer Belgia to-day: The arrival of the steamship Mouna from San Francisco, due here on the 29th, means much for Hawaii. In official circles it i3 generally understood that United "States Minister Sewall, Will carry out the instructions received in the last mail, said to be to this effect': If the Mouna brings word that con gress failed to pass the annex ation treaty, Minister Sewall is to declare a protectorate and raise the American 3& The American minister Jjaglrcra frequent consultaii'? gre'stdent Dole wkhinWtne paaP -weekranfl isbeiTeved they BaJra on a programme, gfegeneral impression here is hat congress has decided to let the matter of annexation wait over until the regular ses oion. The intervening months would be a long time for this country to stand alone under Japan's attitude, and a protec torate of the Uuited States is the only way to prevent pos sible hostile action on the part of the Japanese. As soon as the Mouna arrives it is under stood Sewall will notify this, government of his intention to raiss the flag. Diplomatic skquette will allow a day o? two for an answer, and it is expected everything will be in readiness to declare the pro tectorate Monday, Aog 2- The foregoing information comes from a reliable source, and a few people of Honolulu are aware of the near approach of the most important event in the history of the country. RIOT AT KOBE. Mob Attacks die Sailors of the Yorktown and Boston San Francisco, Cal. Aug". 3. The steamer Belgic, from Hone Honp- via Honolulu, brings advices from Kobe to the effect that a serious riot oc curred there on July i 2 be tween a number of sailors from the ships Yorktown and Boston and a niQb of Japanese! coolies on the occasion of a ball, game between a team from the two warships and the European nine of Kobe. The row commenced when a coolie, having- stolen a flaskof whisky from a blue lacked ?was caugfit and chastised by- the latter. The local police attempted to and marched in a body to a jiestadrant, where the,y made a: NO-. 30 -v . , AbQOiely Puts 3 r4HlBk Celebrated fjr its gieat Ieavetfef1jgf strength and healthfulness. Assures the -, looQ against alum and all ionns ofc aduL " J3, treation common fo the cheap brands-, g!- HOYAL BAKIi'G POWDER. CO., J.EW YOKK.j- - - stand and defied the natives. The police made no effort 'to, disperse the mob, and the blue" jackets determined taV fight their way through the mob to the water front. Stones and other missiles -were ex l-rrrrl onrl wrifm n rmfrwrt & ,' .etoS came asnore smirainpsiaw the police dfs HrMtheWsailQfcIi7araea uieir tivesnaps without fur- tjnerniolestation. It as believ ed, however, that more will be heard of the incident in the near future. SEXTUPLEX WIRE. An 'Operator Makes-An Im portant Discovery In Telegraphy. Boston, Aug. 3. A sextu plex telegraph wire was sue cessfully operated here last night in the presence of re presentatives of New York aud Boston newspaper men. The circuit was o New Haveri Conn., and return, a distance of 300 miles. Three messages were sent over the wire simul taneously and were easily- and accurately received en the re receiving sides. The inventor is Thomas B. Dixon of Kentucky, son of the late Archibald Dixon," once, a Senator of that State. He is a practical telegrapher and has been attempting to solve the problem of the sextupiex since 1S91. Edison, Field and Tesla and many other leading electric ians have experimented with, the sextupiex wire, bul with out practical results; - If you T?ant an inkstand that yon. cannot spill the ink: out of, you cait got it at Botioa del Leonj full of ink, for only 37 cents'. Avarded Klgnest hcnorsVcrid's Faifi Gold Meda! JVj&iv inter Fair, 4MIM ii.173F9 5 SJJ &is Ba gri ssSj Em wvf &&sa3L A Pcre fitspe Crsas el Tartar ?ex$k 40 YZA33 THESTA?JAB" MB pa i. I?5 m JTl rjt 1 1 "i 1 1 S--sy; iCSi. Vr.Krt tt&H&Sii&ll M -!