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c y TS93, WITH THE DAILY' COS. MQ which was publishednhe 1 "V r "V- uq l P . -,; 4 i v- i A. mx a r J'"-- , B. . I'!) n i & t 1 o i i 15 ' Jr .VOI I SGCSETIE3. BO GEASDEXODGi: NO. El A. F- J. A. 3L Isi dore AfarLs TV. if.; Q. Natancon. S. W.j TV. A. Xeale, Secretary; A- Jagnn. S. TV;, Bobt DalzelL Treasurer; B. ?. ifecy, J. TV;K. E. YTalI2 J. !.; G. TV. Miller, lyler. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Lodge S Sty' fW jiaets first 1.3 tlurd Tuesday in each moutb. ESCElSIOR lodgeko. Johu m Hayncs,NoDie to t r n v -nirprnPTi 5 5?VM Grand; Frank Smitb TIc9 Grand; John 3. Stncke, Treasurer; Vic fx "Eily, Jr., Secretary; r. J. Fletcher, Sifticg oast Grand, Chas. F. Tflghniaa District Deputy! rxaa uaster. The Lodge uects t 7.30 p. m. lvery Wednesday njght. Visiting brethren and Gil Odd FeAovcs in jood etandmg ire cordially envited to attend. KNIGHTS OF SOOR LODGE NO. 3730 OF. FI EttS .A.firowne. Dictator, J sseO.Theel J er. Vice Dictator: nas t-i ia. F TiJshnajH; .eslfitant Wtiinr. V. TtjnsoiL Pasf D cittor; H. Sh rwood Beoart-J-; I.K. S'ltrpe, nuasfw. Keportcr, -Tnra, Treasurer; YSVal genbacI5CTiapUm -&ahy Gnile; Celedonio Gutzjl unard-an-DcinuigoBenaTides, en-tm-1. trustees: Frank Champion, F. J. Combe. C- Garza Loo ineet3 second aurlh Tnesdavs of each month- CONNECTING AT ALICE WITH SAX ATOXIO & ARAA3PASSandifEXIGN NATlOS- AL Rsilmt7s- ?lii3 Line Carries the United States Mail on Schedule Time of i7 Hours. , Stages Leave Alice n 1 Brown1 ville Daily at' 6 a. m. (Sun days included) and arrive at DrStinaticui rise nezt Evening. E&TES F TE. ' Kound Trip Ticket :..:.$ 22.S0 i)neTr!p io.CO (Jhildrea under 12 years half fare. Children under five vears free. E, L BE'fHI, at , Bnnsrill Tex. 'IH03 BEYNOS" PROP.AfiD yANAQFB J BIELENBERG iNEltAt AESt --Ol: xfORTBBJlK 3fns 1 The Best and E:isiet Fannins Machine iii the World. TooK the Med.J for siiperiofcy at , the reeent Cohimbian World's Fair. Dealer In JEWELRY, ARMS A&D AMiMUKITION. Cdmraereio St Msiamttios 8iiti.tfER EXCURSION TIBpE TABLE OF THE From and afir Jurie loriu, 1S97 " relfilhir passenger train -will run as follows: REGULAR TIJitN". Leaves Brorvnsville tlib) at 5 p.m. i"Toiat, IsaL'pl 7a. m ,&, JOSECELAYA, F B. Armstrong, TAXIDERMIST, rySFJfi.'iK . rNJKssar -'ZKiYVl . Ai'ce I Brownsviiie ,; A mew xiome " "?- -& r iilu yluiillii L iL DEALER IN Mzcion and Stuthern Birds Mammal Skin, JSird -Eag and Specimens df JfaC- urrii History?. BgOWVlLLl, EAT QEllLBESTiiDYERi YS . raw i mm tt-Hif una ! isgivisg iiiii (ozonized chlorine.) Disinfectant, Dscdorizor $ Antisstfie. FOR SAFETY, CLEANLINESS AND COMFORT USE ETIN EVERY SSGiC-RQBM. Will Jceep the atmosphere pxlr& and wholesome; leiiiovhijaU ban odors front any source. Will destroy all Disease Germs? infection from, all Fevers' aiul all XJontagious Diseases, A second case of Scaklst Fitter has neter been knoTa to occur where tb Fluid was (ree'y iid. x siiow r evcb cas IfiTAOIO I bSSwSSiSS: KEN PUCE it. us m SMALL-POX w?J kib vent FimG The worst cn.se? F Difh- thcria hac tidbd to it. Attendant on ihe Sick Trill secure Protection, from In fections Disreases ly using tlte .Fluid. Pcnsctly hanQess, ustd internally or externally. AS AN INTERNAL DISINFECTANT AND DETERGENT. Talcea or injected or used as a wasli it xdlajs ni!auunaton anil corrects offen sive discharges. The yiaiil is a certain care lor Diarrhoea, Dysentery arid In ilanimatiuii of the Bowels. Being Alka iiae i:i its nature it will often afford complete relief "from Hcartbirn, Acid ity of tlie Stomach and Dyspepsia. EISTDOR3ED By J Liarwi Sims, IS D , Jos. LeConte, M D., Prof H T. Lupton, BishepGco. F P.crcs. BiJiop TV M. TVfehuaan. Kev Chas F. Deeiss, Kev. Richard Fuller, Hoa. Ale. H. bStsacns. Hon A. J. TValkcr, aad many other. 2EEL.eN & GO., Fh:SaeSpki Or, HP, Anderson m Office, Second floor First l?at. Lank Graduate Vanderbilf Dental Colfefge Io charge for examining teeth, Office hour 9 to 12 am. and 1 to 6 p in. Brownsville, Texas. I Sm eliding Miilinerj out inv i-rge i At and below Cost. Am closing &dt to retire from business anil will eH KSGAIIDL.ESS O COS, Call early and secure bargains. Should am one desire to purchase the entile stock, consisting of handsome millinerey n tionsand drj goods, I vriil sel' stock in bulk a and bel iw cost cm easv terms. Jobbers I1I find it to their iriterest to excmiiie stock and ask for prices. Miss A Lorber, Elizabeth Street. At Bloomberg & Raphael's Can be found h full assortment t of Stetbon h-it, Gen's fUriiishins: i?oods, Linens, Fancy rn-, M:t- ting Etc. RETAIL DKl" GOODS STORE. CUSTOM IIDUSE AND MERCHANDISE BROKER Consign men Is liiea. Brownsville, Tcias XECIEI"EB 1SY A; P, B A il H S B A, Op eveiv Steamer -T W.. O.kFaEJ A "-v 5 Us eai isi rn hhy ,a " r a itniu m ii tw hi m 1 1 y i ' SM IOC I DESTROYED. I 1TiF Ur M X JbO JL c- ,,..- , 1 ; . Klondyke discoveries has star: bresh Lahfornia evaporat d fruits , J prune, mince mea pigs feet, scfir'ed in this COlinirT has appareilt kraul, preserves jell?s, Spanish olie"sl , , , . , in v.ejb, uicjwies, roaiea peanu s, curon, j o'"" i- oji;iciiiu. but rants, date, rHihlns, a fine assortment' , , f:..,,v . . , ,,;. of candies, txtnit's. Scotch bacalao. i Solne tlnlfe repre.sei.tUtlV frteh grated cocoanut, cocoanu's, fine crads.er, fresh fruits and nett ( ahfornia bears, peaches, apVicots, etc., in hca-;y sv up. L ' Will reciere Ify next steamer cfdn- berries, peach :ind-apricbt aellv, etc., Will keep ori hrfnd K fresh linl ot roceries, at lowest price. Al.o fine fur IIIIUIC. UJVC lUC.tUUI. A P. BARREDA KLahllCke Hotel Cor. Houston arid St. Mary's Sts. 3&i Antonio, ::::::::::::i:::::Tes.is- -i0r;.nvnn,nnn.e.wna clalit-rjrues 2-Ou per ttiyi Sffe'ds cars EM uuvx . ircin Mt uo. iiilifltf MAM.TI3 , PrffDi LBOWNSVILLE TEBjKtfUESDAY,-AIGUgT 10 HH RH' f IT? T D I?C-nr.V3J .-., wj. i IkUUJ W?K THE DECLINE "ER The Bullion Yalue ofa Silver - lioJlkr Ratio -With Gold. 'J Funics Silver Will Go' Lower Lack bf Demand the Cause. Washington, D. C., ing. 6. ''Tlife bullion value of the Amer ican silver dollar, According to yesterday's market price for silver, is 43 6-10," said Mi'. Preston, tlie director of thfe inint, today. '-This makes the commercial ralid between sil- ver and gold 36 6 to 1; iristead of 16 to 1," continued Mr. Pfes - ton. "In order to make our si! ver dollar equal to a gold dril lar at this ratio it would have . .: reni. .. i.; t r -1 , to coniam ooo line granib 01 bu- ver. If the alloy wre added the total would be 953 grains." "How do 3'ou accottnt for the recent decline ft eilverr' Mr. Preston was asked. "Simply the lack of demand for it. I see nb future for silvel whatever. Yesterday's market quotations placed it at 56c an ounce. It is my opinion that within six months silver will fall to 40 cents an ounce. There is lio demand for it anywhere. China is not buying any; Japan is out of the business and there seems to be no deriiand for it in any country to any extent, evert for nse as ft subsidiary coinage. It is true that in the bazars of India it is traded in,' 1 r but the famine and hard limes in that country have reduced the demand to a minimun. UI think that the world's gold product for this year will lie about $245,00001)0. The United Siates will contribute about 860 000,000 to the supply. 1 1 base my predictions of an in creased world's output upon the fact that the supply has hot fallen off in any conntrj, and here comes the Klondike now with still further additions to the gold supply of the world. The extent of the Klondike out put is problematical, depnnd ing largely upon climatic con- Idhiotis." BOUGHT A GOLD MINE. Nevada Property Sold to Ah English Syndicate For Slo,000,00D Ne yorkf Kxx 8. Tile TriWine says: Tue boonl in 2 mining ventures that the A. Ji es bf IjOI,a0n syndicates J have been in this City endeavoring to nc- qui re gold mines of proved 1.. c ?i . .3w.- . .1 Vallie for eXploltatlCfti Oil the I3fiJjJj liiarktS. The latest deal reported in this'city is the sale br the Gb!d Creek Mining Company ,of s Pperty to a British syndicate for SI;000,000 The b'ricinai capital stock of the company was $3C$0(fJ. The grealer part of ihe stock 15 held r ;b - i the omis of the toapxttyA "ho afe Major Joseph Robin- sorr, president; GnoreL Butch' inpon, secreiar3T; Win H. Patiltl: injr, A. IL Steel, Dttrib'ar Hnr cer anrl John Moyham; direct ors. Col. B. S. Btlsh, formerly cliiKf engineer anrl coristrtfetor of the Crotoh Aiiednct,- is the engineer of the company. Tig estimates that over 842,G00r in go'18 is contained in the placer, wirich comprises 5000 acres along the banks of Gold crek. t)f the above named offlfJers only Messrs. HHtcliins anil uicicinson are in town. jtJ.iin refused to give any explicit in- formatidn regarding the report e& sa,6- Ir- DiciiinsoH jidrhit- iF" uowevir, i.iu ufguuu.;iia were in progress within En glish syndicate and wjHjkL I ri lu ho nnmnlulorl i U r$m$t ww.r.w.. ... -jeaaw.u while. Mr. Hntcirins womlrflbVeii Usedtb ifidilce UIit6 .i u :f ...,. ...JEKL.-.i.., ,i.w-nrf., W3Vb:prasJound in Jus coai It iSj uutj auy iitui :iij' ottiinusrui that the Gold Cheek" mines liad been sold was pretrial tire. 4NTETOXINB FOR LOCKJAW. Washington, D. C.j Aug. 5 The phyaieiUiis of the emergen cy hospital to-daj' had their first chance to practically test anti-toxitie for tetanus, or lockjaw. An ihteresting series of experiments with" this poison and its antidote have been ear ned oh for a year past' at the army medical laboratory, bin the disease in human beings is so rate- that no practical test has been made in Washlngtbn The sufferer in this case was Richard Curtis, colored. H stepped on a nail several days ago, making a bad wound in the sole of his foot. All the symptoms of ihe disease de veloped. The muscles of the face and neck became rigid and the patient codld not speak. Nour ishment had to be given by m jection. The anli-toxine was in jected into the patient's side, anil he has since been kpt in perfect quiet. The doctors say that the spasms, which are one of the features of the disease, have begun to subside, and the patient's condition is now quite encouraging. CONFIDENTIALLY SPEAKING. Doctor I treated Robbing ffr appendicitis and to-day he is a well man. Hawkins So I heard. What do yott think was the matter wiih him? -Ex. A SADGASE. Claud Don't j'oii think Miss PaSsee has a sad fact Aland Well, if 1 had a face like that I'd be sadj too. Town Topics. NO DUNS ON SUNDAY. Juries So, yo'if look tipon Sunday as a day of rest? Brown Yes, and if ydu owed as many people as I do, you would see it in the same lie-hfc . 'JMo bouquets or buttons may be worn by Atlanta' poFwas born.. lleemen.- ZL aiSECRETTO Inrentdr of a Coppp Process Ifies hui New York, Aug. b Mai tb the World from N Eaven, Conn ; s:iys: With tl reedttt death at laugatiick 6 nerbeft E. bowler thre has been lost the S2cfet of an in-f vention that promised to be of great value to the commei wuiiu. il wa a proccy sfr .making an electrig. 'dmoj copper trom a lolfttip-fV tfpoh wood br anjihei rigid of semi-rigid shstMWcf This ......tj t. i- procpv wMjgzq posswi uy coauaw .itatie that w as turxe ppex p.clltfU wu il -v r.. . a. iki.. t..j ....it. .. quiajjrepHriioo, iuh ceuifi ofjhich was known only to I Tv. ITriwlpf. "PiVPTV rhnaflS Hll9 --- - s - - ftpwioui mc ., .-..w-i aejli tfiiCri A CiiXnagccotriiany was re: cently Rrmedivhich ofiere'd to take up uia nn fact UTing wiih tlin copper dnposu eitensiveh", but conditioned (!it!f'j&ypn Hk patenting of theinventibnTheir proposition wa et toiMr Fowlerj but before" an agre ment hud beeh reached tlieSiin- Iventbr died. MUCHLY MARRIED. Chicago" Marl Is Accused of Having Seven Spouses. Chicago, 111., Aug. 6. An other warrant charging bigamy has been served on David Ellsworth Bates in his bell in tlie central police station. It ws sworn out by James L. McCarthy, who said he was the fadier of Mrs. Bates No. 3. The police say Bates married at least seven women, all of whom are living, and only one of them divorced. This makes the sallow-faced little book5 keeper a polygamist extraor dinary. The lollowiflor women have so far filed with the police their claims to Bates as husband: Mrs. Bates, formerly Miss Julia McCarthy; married, in Chicago three years ago;- Reg-1 istered by the prisoner as his true wife and dwelling at 840 West Sixty-first street. Mrs. Bates, formerly Miss Nettie Swact; married Feb. 25, 1897, in Chicago, and residing at 6402 Bishop street: Mrs. Bates, formerly Miss Nellie Hdwdrd of Kalamazoo; Mich., married in 1887 ant divorced two years later: Mrs. B&tfes, formerly Miss Ida Calderwood of Galena, 111., who .dwelt at 5401 Dearborn street, where she gave birth to a baby. Her home is not known to tlie poliee: Mrs. Gates, wliose identity is a mystery, but known tot have dwelt at Forty-third and Wallace streets, where a child I ri vV iscctrfSm sheriff beliefs (jp it tiuij n r may -iia.veDecn"in3MB?ci u' mutm Absolutely Pu?&M Celebrated for its nreai Ieavenlns? istreri'hand healthftrinebs. Assures tbjt f food agdtrfst afeiiti rd aU forms of -iui treation fcorarc'on to. t.ie cheap brano J ROViiL BAKU G POWDER CO., SEW YORK. that Bates is really Austin Croven, who is under indict- -. . s. ,j3rif W.nn, WW - the abduction of1 pretty 15-year-old Olive Vos-erg- some! lmrintlc,acrn-H-l,frtr-,U -f T i"w&;rf- seventh wife. THE SUN CHOLERA The following prescription Tvas drawn up by a number of eminent physicfahs of Xew York and pubiisheaTLdi New York Sun which has eiven it its name. It has been suc cessfully used for nearly twd score years and found to bri the best remedy for bowel troubles ever yet devised. Nli one who has this medrclrie y him and takes it in tfnie wilt have cholera. It is a remedy .1. .. i. mat oufnt to be in everv household, whether there H danger from cholera or not This is the prescription: "Take equal parts of tinc ture of cayenne pepper, tinc ture of opium, tincture rhu barb, essence of peppermint and spirits of camphor. Mix: well. Drop fifteen -or thirty drops in a little cdld water, ac cording to age arid violence rf symptoms, repeated eVeVy fif teen minutes until relief is ob tained." It will do no harm if ari equal part of fine bran Jy is added to the rest. In violent cases of cholera, it will be Lest to prepare two doses, so t7 1 if the first is thrown off the stomach the second can be giveri immediately. There need be no fearof collapse when this medicine is giveri promptly. Atlanta .Constitu tion. ' - 1-rSK& Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair;- Gold Medal, Midwinter fair; l r c -tji rT- Tr- a &fl ra a: WfiLaVB 1 V (-rj:&- -t s I I'J iAafiUN JtAB-irJWiriiKS.