S8E4T SERM DESTROYED
RIO GEASD3E LODGE A'0.
81 A- P. & A- !. lEi--j-e
Vrkf5, W. JL;
Eosrlish Pauers Goni
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J. I.; a. 'VT. Mitr.i
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eotSii'ij invited. Lodge j
'vlcr. Yisiiuu? brctliren
2l3ts fiwl a5d third Sne4ay 1n each Taonfh. i
'S ESCELSIOH LXIa"SO. I
-3g 8" il Jnbn M tiavECs.Soble "
igi'.oSVE? Vies Rwi'd; -John ?.
- Sittc-e, Trfcjsorcr; Tic ,
fcr Ezly, Jr., Secretary: II. J. Fletcher, Sittit.f '
cast araaa, CIras. i". TaJgfcman JJittnct Deputy
tirana "Haster. The Lodge xeets at 7:30 p. m.
very Wednesday mglii, ' Visiting brethren, and
Gil Odd Fellows in jood standing re cordially
invited to attend.
SLIGHT'S OF HONOR
LODGE SO. 3730- O?.
FI EKS. . A.Browne.
Dictator; JesseO. 'Steel
er. Vice Dictator: rbas.
F Tilgnnsia; issistant
Dictator; JT. Hanson, Past D'cUtor; H. Sherwood 4
Beporte.-; J.. simpe, tiBEn nvpvi, -"i.
tTrea-sarer;" WaligentKieii, Chaplin tf-2r.ahy Guiue;
Celdonio Garwenardian-DniaingoBeaaTldes, eu
tinal. Trustees: Frank Champion, Fz J. Combe.
O- Garza Loj? e meets second a mrta Tnesdavs
of each oionia-
OOSSSCfXISG AT ALICE WITH SAN ASJOmQ
& ASAXSA-SP-AIScudl'ESIOAN SATIOS-
"his Line Carries the United
States Mail on Schedule
Time of 40 Hours.
Stages Leave Alice and Brown?
ville Duily at. 6 a. in (Sun
day5 included) d arrive
at Oi'stintion the
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BATES PASS. '
nn-rK .JS-vftnin'r ..-. f
R -una Trip Ticket .S 2S.50
OnTrin - 15X0-
Children imder. 12 yew-3 half fre.
GhiMraa-aaclcr five vcrs free.
L. Kill, hi," tmisnHv-'Ts,
103" BET NOW
- JS0'8JS8Eil -
SENEKAI. AGEKT OK jnORTHEKN LfEX
a:.d Easit Tunning
h l:Tne in the World. Took
Ltae Medal orsip-fk.!y at
the recent Columbian
-- Dealer In
JEWELRY, ARMS AND
Commercio St - . - Matamoios
: TMBE TSiE -
From and "after Jane 15 h., 1S07
regular passenger trin will
run as ftJlosrs:
. . TEGULAR TEAIK-.
Loaves Ero'asviile (Dully) &t 5 p. es.
" Toia- Isai"i 7 a, m
y DEALER IN
Mexican .-.and- JSmthcrn. .Birds
Mammal in, JBird Eggs,
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, cg5?c iSSlSa is lis: s
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s ,. v .. -1rwperc?teRia-alJe-n :ta.rned . othe bys .tiling J. r's Scarry ingtti crime is sttarect by. alt WmW&m'M
P-T. ' , r v'---- Consal feneraJLrLe-tobeprOTeetionMoo far. PhUxideN4 panics m politics and? it is g-en- . h
-v;. . :. -- ,--- -"--.- - -- -5 lC OI tre'.'vT ..: JplKatXnmea. . . ;. ierally beheved that, members 40Y2AKSTHE STAKD.
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Bfsisfect3ijt,'S3adcxlzi $ Missf He,
f6E SAFETY, GLEUSS8 titt'COMFORT .
obe it m mmi mrmmE
Witt, Iceep Hie atmosphere pure
xm&vlioiesome; Removing azZ ,
bad odors from any source. .
Will destroy ail JDisease Germs j
infection front all IPevei's',
and Gil Contagious Diseases.
A second case cf Scaritt Feytr has never been
known to occur where the Fluid tvcs frcel7 used.
: t iu:a tvcs sreej? used.
ybludw fhveb ims
3 O&fsTAOiBf! S backVomit hadTA-
C. a -.I. f. .-
oceu ciirca wiui is oiux ;
RS'S'RnVF?! & SMALL-POX wiUpaa.
KRS VI.APS. Tt5i il m
theria have yielded to it, Attendants on
the Sick TfiU secure Protection rom In
fectious Diseases by tising the Fluid.
Perfectly harmless, 'used internally or externally.
AS AN INTERNA!. T31SINFECTAP4T
Taken op Injecteit onised as a wasli it
aliavs intlauixnation and corrects offers-.
worst cases of Diph
sivo discharges. The FluitL Ls a certain
cure for Diarr&caa. Ty3ontery and lit-
itne in its iiatmre it -wm often t!ovd
itjof uie sromaca und ysi.c5sia,
.iIr77 J.t(UZ ..U1X A.UU.4tL'UI J.VV."-
LeConre, M.JX, Prof K. T. Luptri, BUjp Geo.
ENDORSED Bv T.ar5 .n Sims. M.D..TOS.
2jL,SJI i GQV Psiiadsipshs.
8 r. B. P. And er s o
Office-, Second Floor First Nat. hank
Graduate Vanderbiit Dental College
.No charge for examining teeth,
Office hours 9-to"i2 am, and i to 6 p in.
'Brownsville,- . Texas.
I am nlosinsr m k9"j'5 , - ..
- - ': ' At.and bekywi
Aia dosing put to retire f roni business
Land SsiJl sell ;"
:" SGUiDiiiSSS OP COST,
Call early and" secure bargain..- Should;
am' one desire to purchase the enure
stock, consisting of handsome miilinerev
n-tionsand dry goods, I-.vill sel-' stock in
bulk at and below cost on easy terms.
Sg-Jobbers -vvilUhid it to their interest
to examine stock and ask for prices.
Miss A. Lor bar,
M, Bloomberg &
Can be fjond h full assortment!
of Stfttaon hnts, Gent's -furnishing
goods, Linens, Fnncj' jcga, Mat
RETAIL DRY GOODS STORE
?'ow?i6-villei -- '
& P, BiEEBA,
Fresq CaltiEocaa ev'socrat fruits
wOfie" fltiacs intf- rdsr . frtrwtr i
. - - - r - ip r ' I
of "candies, extracts, Scotch bacalao,
iresn graiea cocoantH, cocoa nu. 6. nne
cracsers, fresh fruit and new larifomia
pears, peaches, aptricots, etc., in heavy
- Will recieve by nest, steamer cran
.berries, peach snd anricot. jeliv, etc.,
"WilLfkeep on hand a fresh line oft
rocenes, al lowest price. Also fine fur
niture.. Give mea call.
kFrr55, E 5- &
kraut, preres fellies, -Spanish oliresJ1"1? rimcmnu- vu. irnr:prou
in tegS pttkfeirwapEanu's, citron, bjj 7j , -i , rtrSvk
cm rants, dates, faisins.a fine assortment j - - I,tvont? LnoseCy-LetWO
W -ft ' o - CL visedsthat Ira C. Farley, traveL
Gor.. Houston and StjHaris Sts. H - - , t ' J' T ,
c -. ... - T. jingm-Cubafor a New .York
I i. rrrtri-n rtATnrninnni.r ntuCTTio n enA . j i -J . r. T f 1 Iff IlillHI II I i-r'l-IMPIFn-IQ onrnnfft
- lie of His Intfcie.a5i
meming on tbeiWHttfviPw' of in
V3arr r 3-3tt?j
iiie:iuo ji iiir: siuiriurui uaiMie.
&7SJl r &. ' -TSfe'
. . , r "TSsl--irablied severaliniportant de
no material for denial byv3g "fe -- L - -
FTr, P !.,, co,.,r,f tkSiaWiiiSlOUSSlUrlZ'iMiM tu UlC i utvu"
; - n - i j
i is sufferins from semitt deeav.
;But, aftr all, Mr. Sherman rep-
resents America and we are all
certain the international cour
tesies will be observed."
Continuing, tile St.. .fames
j Gazette refers to the Kalnukv
.incident because of which it
j '""i, utrtciutie. ui .uicn, li
sa s, Austria properly, severed
- - jj-
cii ulomatic relations wan ureat
t-v - .-, i. . . '
.,JL3rilain Until KIT. UlaQStone
apologized for Ms attacks on
fihednal monarchj' and asks
why there is one. imv in Eurbue
s,'1"3 anotber in A'-: . -
I In conclusion, tue St. James
Gazette repeats! its recent
warning that this re a danger
rous line of policy g follow aud
that some day Great Britain
may call upon Washington to
back up her bluffs.-
The 'Westminster Gazette, re
ferring to the same raalerv re
marks this afterno.ojrJLJiSEfae'in.'
terview is. afruit'y exampleof
SUvri&airs saloon stje."
Th& Giobe, a"n"rhis subjeotJ
says: "St-cretary Sherman had'
better xid himself of the'- idea
tljat Uncle Sam is going to boss
j tie show either on the sold'
helde or m the fisheries. Wei
are not readj&lo follovz every
quarrel, but wlien we strike we
strike hard ai:dtbe idea of our
being afraid "of a third rate
naval power like the United
Slates could only have occur
red to a lunaticor to Mr Sher
man. Judging from his latest
performances, we uiay cbarit-
ably assume that the rumors.
that Mr. Sherman is suffering-
from mental disturbances are
The utterances attributed to
Secretary. Sherman, upon which
f!lQ rtmar;f rP t li a T.-rl n
1 press is based, were as follows:
"England is a great country,.
WUt il to UUl UliJ-i CilltJ- IU Uc-J
sume that she is readj to follow
up every quarrel with blows.
She quarrels oftener than she
fights. It would be exceedingly
difficult to fight us alone abonj
our seal catching; Russia aiid
Japan are in a similar positinn
and any quarrel between the
United States and Enstand-on
CAPTURED IN CUBA: '"'
A New York Cip-arette Drum
mer Arrested By Span
Washing;ton, Aug;. - g The
Ssate department has been ad-j
i j - ww..jj-t4.ij j iiuo yjaij
r 'jtr. r.- i fiin.inir iyn tr r":r
iiup t-nrm.s -:...! va . ; ..ti . : :
ernor Size of Claims
p Tor3i'tOj . Au or; 9!-A.special
1 frortr Ottawa to the Glohesays:
-ijfjfes dominion government has
- - ,. .ml -. b -j'. 1-- -k l--
Gbun'C&Avand thFworkinp- of
the5bldi fields. ..It.- has-been
decided to gp.oman. admin
istrator for the district -who.!
will have entire charge of all
the Canadian officials and be
the chief executive of the .gov
ernment. Major Walsh a
former commander of the
Northwest; mounted police,
istb be appointed to.die" posi-
tion.'.; .. '--
The pai'ty -of mounted police
to-eave Tanitoba next week
for the eold fields has been in-
creased from twenty to - thirrly
five. They will take with them
two Maxim p-uns.
iThe mininp; rep-ulations have
been amended in some partic-
culars.,. At-present a miner is
at libertv to stake out a . claim
dP-oo feet, running along
"with the stream and back to
the bail k. This has been re
duced arhundred feet -and - the
new. regulations will go into
A 'court for the
tion of civil and criminal jus -
tice forihe p;oId district has al
so been decided upon. Justice
iMcGuire ol Prince Albert, is
to preside over the court.
But'a Law Passed by .Congress
: Will Prevent its r: .
New York, Aug. 9. -A I
reatdeal of interest has been
excited anion yachtsmen in
.: c:tv hv fh annraranrpk :n
one of the morning- pacers ofl
jan advertisement "offermo- foil
j 1 1
sale the Prince of Wales' fa
mous yachuBritania. It has
been known for a long-time that
the heir apparent desired to
dispose of his fast cutter. Sev
eral . unsuccessful attempts
have been made to sell hereon
the other side. .
.The possibility of hersale
is.outofthc question, .as re
cent legislation makes it vir-
-tuailyiimpossible to buy her.
A: bill, passed by congress
which became a law last "Feb
ruary provides against the pur
chase of foreign' built vessels
by Americans. '
When it comes to the Presi
dent holding,, the civil .service
shield over offensive partisans.
t - -
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course of an. intervi
ternoon Senor Sagesi
HberaMeaderr said: 4tThecc
try's politics must not sei
upon an assassin. Thec
aci vatives ougnr. to jeniairiv u
power under die -guidance, xv
men like MarsGaff
Senrir PiHal anrl &?k
tvt i , iEldua
ya, Nevertheless, iffi'
regent appeals ta tn5 ,
they are ready to rs
The funeral of SeJSf
vas will take plaGejil""
-.ivkn rslr fT
ThrJr ME-iSi v"
x iiuuuay .
- The Spam
t ryv n0MC
political opinioafsl , .
u "' a- lfepress their
horror and inqaglEf
j rWrdn at the
crime and thenar
Liictt tue aaaaaama'.
1 'WKfe. tLly-'t- CL -j-'"-1
. --- f-i -,rrjn
It is probable-fe
for the repression
which has hith
ed only in!
drid, will 1'
There is a great deal ofj
speculation as to the effect of
I the loss of Canovas upon the
conservative party. General
LAszcarraga has acquired great!
. - j91 -Ih"'--"- - -'M -f - l I P I li MM Mil
a3asgi!"i7pB 'IE I'liltL. ?51L . JJ." '"
i ii i i 1 1 i i i i i i i .. n
WKS - r-chlSt.
j his skill in organizing the coun-
tiyr's resources tor the Cuban
and Philippine campaigns and
he may be able to keep the
But many good judges take
a gloomy view of the situation
and lament die absence of civil
statesmen of the calibre of
Dying; Senor Canovas bit
terly reproached the murderer.
Golii, in reply to the agonized
words of the distracted wife,
said: "I respect you,, madam,
because you are an honorable
lady, but I have done my duty
and have avenged my friends,
brothers of Mont Juich."
Mont Juich is the fortress" of
Barcelona outside of which the
anarchists who had been sen
tenced to death for die recent
.outrages had been executed by
being shot-in the back.4 The
ararchists recently executed
were the last batch of fiends
who were guilty of throwing a
bomb on. June 7, 1896J into the!
religious, procession about to
enter the church of Santa
Maria de la Mar, upon the oc
casion of the Corpus Christi
celebration. Twelve persons
were instantly killed and about
fifty others injured, several of
whom" have since died. For
this crime twenfy-six anarchists
were sentenced iq death; and
many of them were executed.
The indignation; expressed
Celebrated for Its sreat leavening.
strength and heaithfulness. .Assures. the v
food against alum, and all forms of adul J
creation common to tne cxicajuiauua,.
ROYAI, BAKI2' G POWDER CO., SEW- 'OSK. .
J.IIL MIIIMIII IIMH IWfT-nm-.-ll 1 ' . '-
o colonial secret sociedes were :
concerned in the outrage.
It is reported' that Serior
Apidal, president of the -cha'm-ber
of deputies, will be ap
pointedpresident of the late
premier at the expiration of
the- official niae days of mourn- .
Ine. The mmisters .for the
presentwiiL meetin council
Gplli developed in examina
tion today that 1 ftred two'
The saviugs,, banjes of thi
Stale hace 30,OOQ,more .depos
itors and $20,000,000 more de
posits than they had a eac
ago. That scarcely confirms the
theory that the people are grow
ing poorer. New York Tri
The; largest creamery ia the
world is located near Sl Al
bans, Vt converting the milk
of i2,oco caws into 10,000
pound of butter daily.
Now that Gov. Pingne has
quit raising potatoes and got.e
to raising, hades, about, !
Dingley bill, it js in order-for
him ,to adjourn, sine die. I hi
ladejpliia PreS ,
Locusts are so plei tiful
along the Lehigh Valley rail
road near Glen Onoka, that all
the trees and shrubbery are
In LaFayette county, Penn
sylvania, the hay croo is so
large that the farmecsv them
selves are kfcking.at its -size.
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