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TgE 1EFJGUL CQUMTT 8B6AN
v!Dne Year ...,..
- Months,. .,......
a. . ' .-
w4Satttrday, May 7, X898,
FreIuche"sejind crackersat Lu
eCio Bonis". "
Bolona.sausage,.with saur kraut.
Cepes a 1-huile and -Cepes in
laturel at Jagou's.
fcGoto the IJotica del -I eon -for s
fCOol, refreshing drink of delicioua
The U. S. Gov't Keportz
'- show Roy si -Baking Powdei
uoerior to sll others,
7Fifty-one head of mixed --cattle
overe crossed from Mexico to this
?side,ihi3 afternopnby J- S &M..4J
Xst: At Point Isabel on Satnr
,d&y, April 30th., a pair of gold-rim-jned
spectacles. Finder will please
txeturn same to tins office.
" ftte steamship Clinton will saij
jfrom lirazos for "Morgan City on
Monday, the,9fh. - ho connecting
.train will leave here at .a a- m.,
-same day .
"Fbunil : Six new canvass horse
collars, two mijesfrom town on the
Santa Maria road. Ovuier can ro
jovor.lhem by calling at this office
and payingpr notice .
Tho steamship Clinton qame in
side the bar this morning at 8:45,
iringfngJJ. cars of .freight.. The
passengersexpress and mail, from
he ship came up by twin ,a.t 11 :30
a. m. -
The reniajnder of the stork bo
longing to Miss Lorber has been pur
chasedby MiaSeiina Boliackwho
will conduct a millinary etablish
ncnt on her return 'from "New Or
Jeans. "She is expectod on .tho next
Two of tho .emigrants who left
here several rnorthsigo with Prof.
"Wilnreth's party seveial months ago
to settle in the -Tuxpan country in
Mexico, have returned, reaching
-iiero yeslerdaj. They were ver-
much dissatisfied after reaching
th'eir destination and concluded that
they would rather live in the Umt-;edSFates-
It is reported thatseeral
jol the same emigrant families al&o
.wished to e turn, but were witjiput
luoans'-to do so. . t-
FURELJ PERSONAL. "
Miss Martha Kransso" came up
Xrom the Point laht evening.
Jose Cclaja and family will-eacn
Jiere Monday night on the Alice
-The post blacksmith at
Browji .received orders today ty re
pqrt atonce at Chickamauga'for field
duty and Jeavestomvjrow for that
.p!ace " rs
MJss E. Culbertson was a passen
ger pn to-day'3 ship- "IMls jQplbert
son,is fro iji .Richmond, Jndiana, and
he comes here to assume control of
ihe Friends Mission school of Mata
xnoroj. .Professors. V. II. Schmidt, F..T.
icks, II, F. Pennett, IMiller, J.
Sch3va.rt7,.L. W. Il.X'owen,iud oth
ers are in town toda, resting from
rtheir labors .At teaching cQluity
chools. ", ,
M V. 'Jagou arriyed onlltissteam
,er from California, waieejfo ha..
been in. bus.uiesa for l number or
jears. Ue. I11 -Fpend somojtiiue
visiting hj$ otd houitv htiying come
.toeeto tfiescltlument of the estate
.of hfs-'stameuted father, the lato
Miss Marian Fo:sth arrived onj
h is stca qr,f ro m Fo rt Leayeii o r th,
Kansas, wereshe ban beenJLhe past
year atttiiulinjj school. Jler father,
,G. A. Forsytlu weutown on the
train to mee J:is.Iaughfer.onHe.
eteamer and escort her home
MisM-adanjS many young
'TiW& mfln.j x-nnncf frJo-nrls!
x -sjniirca te-svs. H i ii "if' i 1 lii ' 1fpT 5BlS lm
-"m-. - -A' i - .. .-. e-o 4 tr fc ' . r a. ai - yl'IBilBiaCjTf Ti .V3?l Afi
IV Sanday.-after Busier, May I HLjj I I I I H K I II I I !i il r ) j
' A'f Mm r'lmrcl. nf lltfl AdrMiit tliHrflt -H J,I J 1.1 1 111 I I - I I it I I "I IllJll 111 11 1
1 r iVi!iiitv i V uiVf iiw itinin.i! win u
c will be early communion at7 o'clock j '
a. in,; morning jraer and sermon
bit J&j39. S.ven isg service Ji asheen
changed to,i :3(F. Sunday school at
THE MAINE 3TOMUHFNT.
-"I approve -of tho national move-'
anent to make Sandav, MavS, iLitoj
jUaxijajMo raite a luou. io ursucci
monument to me crave men wuu
I Auril 8tlt- tj. is. JoiiNSoy -
Tho abovo was reuonred too late
'to .give notice on 3ast Sornlay,
o the special collection for -the
Maine monument is postponed to
Saiulay tho 15lh in plac(i of to.in0r.
COv, Allinfaor of this ptrio:c
oxpres3ioncCan,inake their offering
Ion oFbefore tht?15ih of Jthis month.
Rector of the Chuich of
WHAC ISyO,UK TKAD.E.
Eacji Trade or Qccujjati0n.J1as.it6
It is i?ell known among medical
men that ceitain diseases are more
readily dfveloped in certiaa oc
cupations .than in others. That
each. occupation has its attendant
physical Weakness. Engineors, rail
road men and similar occupations
suffer mostly from kidney troubles
and men ho aro often exposed to
the weather suffer from rheumati&ni,
wliilo clerks and professional men,
in fact, the ar.my ofpeople wliose
business keeps.the.m indoors, aie of
tentimes great ufferers from piles
and constipation. In thlsxonnec
tion the following-letter is of intor
ett to people hose occupation will
uot-How sufficient outdoor exer
Mr. A. F. Calhoun, notary public
and jpueler-uinl .watchmaker of Cir
cle vi lie, W. Yd., writes -as follows:
I hatl been a.seveie sufferer from
piles for ear and had tried many
remedies with but little benefit,
when about three ears ago I saw
tho Pyramid Pile Cure adyerlised
and sent'for it.
I was buclk- Bfilicted-whenlgotit
but after onh two applications the
piles diappeared and from that da
4.0 this Iiiae never feK-a sjjnptom
of the disease.
I Teel that I cannot recommend it
loo highly to sufferers from piles.
The Pyramid Pile Cure is froe
from cocaine opium or any mineral
poison, absolutely safe, pleasant and
painloss-j sold by druggists at-50 J
cents per package. - If there ist-aii'
constipation tho Pamid Pills
should bo used with the pile cure.
The pills are 2p conts per package .
Any druggists will tell op that
the Pyramid is tho best knowii and
most successful and popular, pile
cure ever placed on the market jind
it? reputation as a fcafetaud radical
enre-ha only lesultcd from tho per
soual recoiiimendation of people
who have beenuired of thisdistres-
Sing ailment. "
-'Send to Pyramid Co.,Marshall,
"Michs for valuable little4)ook on
cause and euro of piles.
,. Bejsure that your "blood is pure,
your appetite good, your digestion
To purify your blood and build up
- This medicine has accomplished
remarkable cures of all blood dis
eases. It" isTthe One True Blood
IlopdXSarsaparilla has power io
make you well by- purifing and
enriching your blood giving jour
an appetite, and nerve, mental and
Roquefort anTl Munsier .cheeses
received b the steamer at ,ejest;n
Jagou'g Z -m
'Fjresh ground sn French Burr
Atones; "Ask your grocer for meal
from my mill. Higlies! market price
naid for corn "anil-.jvoou, deUycred-
at mill,iii Qrou'nsvillo Orders left!
at m oihee ortn ionca-iei Jeon.
March ly, isuj. b. ft. WUKionnr
Fresh olives in piut .hpltles at
Fresh flijs 4in po'und-faoes at
?3roiied mackerels, Jcippered her,
lafsV rt u
rinsrs. and ravtnsji Ia Borde
The Pretender Has
partisans in the
Fiock to His
Rioting .Coniinus in Various Provinces In Spain
.Marsha! d.e Campos a Probable Military
Dictator-Jhs .President in the Hamex
.of Amerioan People Telegraphs
Thanks to Dewey lar-Hjs .
Dewey 'In 5osssesion of JlLanila ?tost Neither lilen. 2for SnipsXn
JEis Great ayal Battle-Is'Caringior Wounded. Prisoners
American Securities Go jfJp B3r Jumps oirKeceipfrof
News JFrom Manila Dewey 3Iade A Keal Admiral.
All leaving Spain.
New York. Mav 7.The
r -' 1 a I 4 fn,i
publishes that Don Carlos, the
leader of the Carlist party In Eleveu Spanish Vessels Were
Spain issued a manifest calling' unk and Six. Hundred Span
nnnn oil HIq lnval follnwftr?;' Jards Killed No-Amer-
throuehout the United States
irA QwtfH dmortni try -n-nit nim
auu ouum iiiuv.iii.a.(.ujuiii ""i
Some of them leave
here "on the steamer today, and (
those lett here are ready to
Jeave atthe 6rst opportunity.
Tffo iimIi ioa oc crrn nc'
i.xv. vw. cvv. ., ..
they can settle their affairs. I
Rafael f)iez la Cortina, official
representative of Carlos -in
America, yesterday received
instructions to join Carloi.
They-will leave for Europe
within the next week. It is
rSelieved dicre is a plot to over
throw the Spanish .dynasty at
-Dewey Has JLanded .
Washington Further ad
vices from Commodore Dewey
announce that he has effected
a landing at Cavites- He is
cariagfor 256 wounded Span
ish prisoners. He says that
.the -town is at "his -mercy. He
Washington, Ma'y 7. Sec
retary Long gave out to the
-newspaper men, at 10:30 this
morning, the following dispatch-from
Com m odore D e wey;
"Manila, May 1. Squadron
arrived at Manilla at daybreak
this morning and immediately
.engaged'-the enemy; destroyed
the following Spanish vessels:
Reina Christina, Castilla,Ulloa,
Isla de Cuba, .General Xeso,
Duro Correo, Velasco, Mun-
rfann nni transnnrt and one
" -- -r . "3
, " r -n jitiat tne povecnmenL' nas- re
water hatterv at Cavite. Ine? . -
.. - j -
squadr.00 escaped injury; a jew
men slightly injured; my only
means - of .telegraphing is to
the American cousul at Hong
Koncf. I shall communicate
4jth him. (Signed)
- . Dewey.'
A -cablegram from the com-
jnander qf ,the dispatch boat
JcCujloch -states - that .Chiel
Engineer Randall died May l.
-. f Ath n ftA
j v.civ- Vj v.titja nui.ian.u;
.Berlin, 7-r-The American
students have protested
against-the .unfriendly attitude
-of the Gern?an P1"2? OH-ards Chicago, jj.r Wjieat today
l&" AtcHcs Jspjd at oheddlbr per biishs!.-
Issued a Gall-to His
United States to
SEWS QF DEWJEY'S VICTOKY
Dispatches From, the
dore Seceived Yia Hong- Jong-.
Wpfihinarton Mav 7 o a..
, . . .-- J I - 7
m r-.i au -f
111. viiivici. uiouaiuv-j iivui
Commodore Dewey concern
. , . , f M .. ,
jben received and the navy
-. -r- -
"-rCienartment ornciais are now
decypiiering the message. It
was brought from -Manila to
Hong Ko.ng on the dispatch
boat McCulloch. When trans
lated, the contents will be made
THE POPE TO THE QUEEN'.
Said to Advise Appeal to the
Powers, With His Support.
New York, May 7. A
Rome special asserts that the
Pope has sent a telegram to
the queen regent advising jm !
mediate appeal -to the Euro-'
pean powers for mediation in
the war. His holiness prom
ised his support and that of
the powers to obtain an honor
able solution of the difficulty
for Spain. ,
The World's Report.
New York, May 7 The
World today publishes a Hong
Kong special hich, says that
Dewey jsunk eleven Spanish
.vessels, and the Spanish loss
was three hundred killed and
ifour hundred wounded, while
the Americans had six wound
ed and none killed, no Amer
ican ships injured.
The Sun this morning sars
1 ..! .! 1 -i
r ., J.1 AJ-.J.
ccivcu iicwb ,ui iUie rtuanuc
squadron but it js .kept secret.
- 'Washington, May 7. -bee-
retary Long has cabled Com
modore Dew,ey the following:
"By direction ofjthe president
of the United States in the
name of the American people-
they thank you, and the offi-
cers and men or- their. splen
did achievement ..and over
g victory. In
tion he has appoiajted you ac-
tive admiral. v
-" . -
Both the method and results "when
Syrup. of Figs is .taken; It is pleasant
and refreshing to-the taste, and acts
irendy yet promptly on the Kidneys,
JjiTer and.BcweJs, cleanses the sys
tem eficctiially, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the"
only remedy or its inno. ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
-effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances, its
many excellent -oualities commend it
to all and have mads it the most
popular remedy known
Syrup of Fis is for sale in 50
cent bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable drnggist who
may nox have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for anyone who
wishes to try it. Io not Qccept any
CAUFOmiM Fid SYRUP C&
SAN FRAHCiSCO, CAL.
IQUSSYUI. XT. ay XOSSILY.
Spanish Squadron Slomentarily
NewY'ork, May 7. A spe
cial 'fromPorto Rico says prep
arations are being made
there for the reception ot the
Spanish Cape 'Verde fleet, its
arrival being expected momen
tarily. The harbor, has been
cleared of non-combatent ves-
sels to make room for the an-,
chorage of the fleet. TEe"j
merchantmen have pulled !m
tder the protection of the hills,
fearing bombardment by the
Has All at His 3Iercy, ButT Can
-not Take Manilafor ,
, XiackftfMen. '
Washington, May 7. JDe-wey-s
official report says the en
tire Spanish leet was destroy
ed, and the batteries silenced.
He has the bay and evdything
else at his mercy, but is un
able to take possession of the
town for lack of men. The
American squadron was unifT-
jured, and but lew of his men
were wounded. - "
Key West The American
warship Hamilton has brought
in the Spanish brig Trasqu it as
a prize. She was captured this
morning by the Montgomery.
London Five vessels, be
lieved to be Spanish warships,
were sighted off the Spanish
West Indias to-day
-The news from Manila caus
ed American securities to jo
up w;th a lump in the London
Madrid Several provinces
are still in a state of disorder.
At So rria, capital of province of
'samehame, rioters have bnrn--ed
the market building and the
barracks of the troops.
recogni-Tmin'tary dictatorship headed bv
Marshal Campos will probably
be resorted to as the last hope
"-lof saving thepresent Spanish
.dnasty.' Students of the Uni-
Y$bekrimag kcsn ?dlt
Tsflai?ejar eyJnten to
promote noting, A ' deta ca
lm en t of police, Jiae beetude
tailed to-exelude the,general
publfc irom the university
building, resh -riots"yhav.e
brokeout at Qiirdad Realcap
itaLof province of jthatname.
.Havana, May 6. The Cuban
congress was.-formally-opened '
today by Gen Blanco. In his
opening address, he said viF -the
Americans were sincer.ein -
their professions, they ought -4-
to be saluting the first parlia-
ment of the Cuban autoaormst
Sfovernmeat anclnot .threaten-
ing the lives of its members
Washington, May 7. The
state department received a
notice from Hong Kong today
from thesteamship asifollcstfs;
"Manila.is in the hands of the
Americans, .and .everything-Js -quiet.
LATE WAR BULLETINS.
Key West, 7th The steam
er Olivette arrived this morn
ing from Tampa having aboarE
Commodore Watson, who is
said to be slated for the com
mand of-the Havarab!ackadV
ing fleef, and. Gen. Shafter,
who is reported to nave been
designated -to 'take command
of the invading army.
""Madrid, 7th The Imparcial
& , -,-. - .,
fsay tne. ornaais jqi tne uer-
1 1 - t-t o f- -lt a. A m ."T- n ,?V?SJ
niij Liicvt. nn.-auivi'-tiM uvjuitrnj;;
dore in Manilla baylsrepS.
to have effected a landin
Cavite, after a fresh bombard
Another mob at Mus'ica has
J fired the town hall, pillaged
and fired the law courts, and
released the prison ers.from. the
local jail. , ' -
Lisbonr 7th.The -United
States lias -protested .against
the dispatch of' am munition
from hese -to the Spanish
squadron at St. Vincent after
war had been declared.
-. IJST-OP 1.ETXERS.
The following pucalled for let
ers remaining-in the post office of
Brownsville, for tfce .week .ending;
May .7, 1S98, are;
tray nor Mary C.
Gonzuhz M.fria Bnliiy
1 iCfsneros Manuer
Person? calling for t he above let
ters will please say advQctiseTl.
War. J. HcssBi.r., Potinaster
On aceoucrtf bad;taith of thdro
priftor. the ' peranza ra5ch and"ruit
plantation -of 640 acres fs. fyr sale wth
Iallimproementi and sjrricultiiralrapTe-
' stoc cat
i.iio Aifn cr,inoHt-aii voeimprovea
ttle hor&ej. ssWineetc lerm3.
j orSuirinformation apjtij'to
- jj"oji jir:-rOner'3lca??irPnlt!'
jinairjiyrlf, iirpd- condition
t teiuiii cu-v. Ap jijat thi ciSe,
MJM l'MijlLj "
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