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OONS'JLLlUTED IN JULY 1893. WIT fil THE DA'I&Y COSMOPOLITAN WHLOR.WAS PUBLISHED KEEE SOR SIXTEEN YEaKS.
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1900.
NO 157,
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GFFIJKflS.
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nt.Pa'bUc lotruclioB Eenfitll
DESTKICT A.XD OOtfKTY -CrFIOEKS.
gMoaau, lltk. iiitnct Jiaetolpli Klcberl
Btaic'attor, 2Tth district E- iUeo
. S Jtooroe
yti1StTes bCUl fUSWI, .... j 2 Ruuttil
LuatyJnj7 Tltgcuts Goa
fetr Attorney 2- Eeutfro, Jr.
ftwt7 OUrk JoSep "Webb
gtenff - EasUioO. Fcrto
rsanw 3- icb
yio.woc...... 2tiuJl Ouvexoi
BalUctar... -..-.. Dsaaeao Lara
Crri,wr Hsoeoa, Jr.
Jtt Iaet Tite Ttmsjo
cohht2 cwaaisaofESB.
refeet. 1 AteacJoneOrib
frebiHXa.t Jose Cetaya
tatXo. t E- Bymosd j
PriHCt5To. 4 S. F. CtitLHoa
jBJStliW Peres Proc- Ko. S, .LP. FTtutUu
Oaant ouurt mUi for civil, erikiiatl ei4 p?o
tav tbuiitftM .ou tie ftit tfon4js li Kfxcli,
suto, Cj)teltc aafi Daasiabar.
mis 05-ricuHs.
Cnjw Tlioiafts Ckrson
S6drfofFo& W.
Ssurr..... M. B. Ktegbury
aU.rf. , CKcuziiU MnrCi&e
Uiacur .-8. BUdea. ir.
burxeyor - 6- W: Ercoi
L.-eooe wrdOoUeolar i e.Tldcj
TL'O. l?i?TaiJT OOTJET.
-" t
Tia io51o winp-we So offlcere of ffi t?i times and
jlceaof hwljJictf court or tha TVcuicru Dittrlti of
B. 8. ifitric Jseg T Kej
tivMTJey..- Seory Ter.-all
jsrfr 15. C IIirt
LTuibii 0o. I.B:obrecbt
Ixrtct courenen in fcn Antoolo a the firet JKon
.jjr in iffy fcud Sovewbsr.
Atto a tie fire ifolya ia Fsbreary zaa
Sst firovntrOlo on tie first Koa3ty in Jeaccry
- aae&ssA ifoadayin Jcao.
tta &s Uis ft: t ienriayo ta JLprll taS Oc-
TaKTJ-ESHTK JUmdAL DIS
5ferelt 3 ade Staly We'oh
Oiatnet Attrnsr 7o3lu J- KlpIber
4jitrfctCUjc - liOeie SowtiM
IHtri9t Ooart aeeia xs follows:
&M&GTOB Coaaty Flrsi ifoedtys la February and
SspVtabar; oontlaao la ro.don focr win,
3tdgo Xjaaty Foarib '3faDfia after tb flrrt
'sadiyaln Febraaryxad Septeraber; contiauPs
ta p(?b ttro weaks.
terr Cooaty gixib J?ocdyB fter tbo first Una-
l&ysin February said September; eonti&ueo in
etloa thras weuhs.
Wxec Cosnty Ttkith Hoadcya fter tbe tr-t Aj'oa
daysia February Jtad Beptetnber; ooatlaaea in
m D. S. CUSTOM HOUSE.
. X. iftrt. Oollsctor
-SCrubxa. ..5pislDepsty
JJroir-j-i. Cklif Clerk
fc. 6eirio.V.2v. EatryClart
ZfEirOAS CONSULATE
KlgM BArrcaa .....Ctoncal
(Succeeeor to Bloomberg &
Rtfphaei.)
BEB
Staple Goods,
Li nens,Kosicry
n nn
I i i f f
Hats, Shirts, .
Notions, c.
EliaetTH SIBEET, BflfiSlit
9
MORGAN 8,
Hi n
PHYSIOIAF
All
S0BTHEP8 PKtfIC BflSPfHT
ATL&STil- STSTSJI.
Steamers make trips betweei.
Mor&ran Citv or New Or
leans and Brazos Santiag
va alveston aboat eyeryo
ic days.'
For further information eall ou
&dd rose
LAW 03? CONTRABAND.
Seizure of Aiaericsn Goods Brings
Up Several Contentions.
Makes the food more delicious end whotesossss
BOYAt. BAKW3 POWPga CO., HSW YORK.
Q H. TKORN,
Witt
jfjtyri From 8 io i2 a. m., an
frona itocp.m.
life, Opposiis Miller's Hotel
H 11
Por Infants and ChildreiL
Hi Kind You Hava Always Bought
Beurs the
CXcn&tsrsof
to pnt all his knowledge, experi
ence and skill into the prescription
)9 writes. It is n order for the
combination of remedies vour cae
dem&nls. He can not relv on re-
salts unless the ingredients are pare
itua renaoie, ana properiy com
ponnded. IJe fair to yonr doctor ad to your
self by brininjr your prescriptions;
here. They will be compounded ,
onty by Ueistored Pharmacist?, Its introducing new and select styles
who are. aided by the larirest stock 01 work at his parlors. Also new stylet
of drnrs in this part of the state. of fr.ncy card mounts.
-Srerythingof the finest quality opying and enlargements n crayon
that money can buy or experience WASHINGTON STflEXS
select.
R. H- WALL1S.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
on i roi ,
11 ULL LLUIlp
Hi! I is I
J. L. EUTEGrAT Ph. G.
s Manager
Headquarters
FOK
SOCIETIES.
? KIO GHAXTJE I.ODGK
No.8l A. F. & A
M. L.'. A. Jagou,
W. M.;J. F. jam
mings, 5. V.; .
L.Putegnat, J.W.:
R.H.WalHs.Treas
nrer; W. A. Neale
Secretary; V m
Ptecnat, . D.: Mike Werbisxi, J. D.:
&. W. Miller, Tyler, Visiting brethren
cordially invited". Lodge meets first an
tkird Tuesday in month.
Excelsior lcdgtc
No. io. I. O. O.
F Off-ickts : ,
11. Maris, Noble
Grand; J. L.
Putegnat, Vice u.uid W- A- Neale. J?ec-
rstarr; Geo. More. Lreasurer. victor
Kgly", sr, Inside guardian; M-J- Fletcher,
Sitting past Grand, Ohas- F Tilghman
District Deputy Grand Master- The
Lodge-neets at 7:30 p- m every Wednes
iaTniht. Visiting b.ethren and all
Udd Fellows in good standing are ccr
dlftilr invited to attend-
1
Knights of nosor
LODGE NO 373O
OF ICKKS. J. F.
Cuminings. Dicta
tor, D. ti. Sharpe .
Vice Dictator. Up
ton McGary, assist
ant Dictator: H . Sher-
m .od, Reporter, w. 15 Austin. Financial
reporter; A-Turk, Treasurers r.imam
R.on, Chaplain; J. M Haynes, Guide; D.
Kenavides, Guardian; . Waltgenba-h,
gntinal Trustees Prank Champion,
8- f Tilghman and J B Sharpe LoUre
sets second and fourth Tuesdays of each
'infcVfth-
'Mt z t S f 8
(Successor tr
GENERAL
Eiehe-Pri
ri'or Country
WcakiiC-Js iuij.rst i.stJiia th? .
'.tnbltiou aud aching bones. The blood ia
vttery; the tlsau&a ars waun tco cVxir i
feeing cpeaed lor dbase. & bottle aTBrwvia'
Iron Bitters taken in tia will rcstsrs 7sr
titentfh, soothe yoor nerre. Etikf yows
.blood rich and red. Do you mor cotvi ti
"Washington, D. C, Dec. 29.
The seizure by British warships of
several merchant ships currying
cargoes of American -goods to Del
agoa Bay on the ground that tha
-goods were destined for the Boers
is bringing out that sereral new!
contentions on the Jaw of contra- j Commercial Travelers and Hotel
band are involved in the case. Thus J Men WUl Go to Work
far the discussion has turned on
tbe point that the consignors were
te fc '
Ft .
AGAINST THE TRUSTS.
A SAD CATAvSTKOPflB
An American artny nnrs.--V
has rece.utly returned from
relates that one day she
I-
Ameriean residents in Philadel
phia. Bnt it is contended in some
official quarters that the first ques
tion in the cast is as to the con
signee, not the consignor. Accord
ing to this view the original ship
ment might have ben iu good
faith, but so long as the consign
ment was likely to pasiinto the
bauds of the Boers it was subject
to the rules governing contraband
of war and could be seized.
It is expected, therefore, that
when tbe inquiry is prosecuted by
Ambassador Choate at London and
Consul Hollis at Pietoria, they will
have bffore them not only theiacts The Garrison Claims to Have
New York, December 29. Head-; je( v nn
quarters in New York of the Com- (3uimu Ianndr
raercial Travelers and Hotel Men's.,' intensely exc
Auti-Trust Leugne were opened : e(j wjidlr, ru
today by Wm. Hoge. secretary and au attack w!
treasurer of the league, and from pounded me
ii i a r-r
mis tune on, mi. noge saia, a es Gut nl)y
nguiuus urtuipajfu ia lu uc uiru frantU' one I
among the different' commercial jn yie nospita
travelers' associations ana also ;n -,ril1 tvnhok
among organizations among hotel ue undertooil
men to organise them against the a Vr-- serions
trusts. The league was started in aiBknrb bnt &
August last and a membership of jy a matter of lie
12,000 ha been enrolled. She led the Gnhan w
bes'tde.atid there w
visits w
an
ot
LADYSJdITH SUPPLIED.
reneated. The oic - ,i
The nittaei A
itentl
as to the origiual consignment but
all of the evidence rtlatins to the
bona fide? of the consignees in
having no connection with the
Boers. v
MAIL STEAMER AGROUND.
Plenty of Provisions.
eternjAgtzotrrg, Wednesday, ; thsstripes in yotf.
Jenifer 27. A dispatch from have"wnpa"ftffsb
Kxxi Fancy Goods o all DeFerip
fionp, PUttiihie fr
Wedding end Birthday tents!
tfusic, Books, Stationery, toyB, Pens
s Jeralry, silverware, Fancy
Goods vt every description
Ju&t recuiJd by
Ml B EQ. CiAOSSE,
Bn nsYille, TexaB.
Agent for Ott's ToraUi-onee.
Boa-rJhic and Lnrlginrr Ron
PASOTAL
13th. Street.
(Lp.te of Miller's Hotel )
Meals at all hours. Coffee and
Chocolate, Pish, served nt all hours
at day and. night.
BroTtkie, Texas.
I iff
A
nr.
L. A. ROUSSET
Tonsorial
Artist
Eliza bnth
Street
Fears Are Entertained for ths
Safety of Passengers.
TO
first claps 8nuv.4s
'lace
J.S.McCampbell R.V.Statton.
wnt M. . r - ill' 1
HtcumBDBi s ifeMayion. in
Successors to ilcCampbells c Welch jHi,Hir rur or halh- PoliTf
and Mc ampbeiis & Son, iff and nourlBons attention toU
1
Practice in Supreme, Civil Appeal, fed
eral and other fct3te 1 ourts .
Special atlen ion given to litijation in
the (,'onnties ot Aransas, cameron, ;
Duvul, Hidalgo, Nuece6, Starr andSan ;
Patricio
Law and Land Office-. 1 All Patrons . JJ
t;.- QTiTT-iri Pivil Anneal. Fed- J1L
3Ct Ceceptlon practiced.
Ko$700 Eeward.
London, December 30. A large
German mail "steamer, th nams
of which has not yet been ascer
tained, hss gone ground during a
a terrific gale in East Bay, about
a quarter of a mile off Dungcnness,
the southern extremity of Kent.
Heavy seas are breaking over the
ship and the lifeboats are unable
to reach her. Fears are enterrain-
ed for the safety of the passengers.'
,It is bEiieved the steamer ia one
of tha Hamburg-American line.
It is reported that the position
of the liner is very serious. TugH
and lifeboats were urgently
requested from Dover and Eolk-
p
I Deeeuiber
Ladysmith dated December
says: The Boers have another
howitzer on Surprise hill, replac
ing ths gun captured in the sortie
of the rifle brigade. While they
watch us nightly with a searchlight,
and bombard the place daily, they
show no Bigus of assaulting the
town. They probably think they
cap starve ut out, but e have
plenty of provisions. The total
casualties since the siege began are
seventy iueu killed and 236 wounded.
turned fa be! on tf
- t. ..fcl... ' u-
Me wiiisperea iey
ir;
22! what to do with it." The
onuut.
FIGHTING UNDER JOUBERT.
Russians Are Enlisted in the Boer
Army.
London, December 30. -The
Marseilles correspondent of the
Daily Mail, -telegraphing the snb
stance of an interview with the
Russian general, Gonrko, eldest
stone, but they had the utmost ! son of the famous Gourko, who is
Abstracts of land titles furnished, and
titles examined.
Main office 'orpus Christi, Texas.
Branch office Rio Uranfle Uity, Texas.
r r-
summer t xcurswn
OF THE
518
Oa and after June loth. 1899,
regular passenger trains will
rnn as follows. .
yjJCGULAR TBAITf.
heaves Brownsville (Daily) at 5 p. to.
1 ! . t ,, .:..
aiuii p. iii .
Arrive Point Isabel
Lears i
Arrive Brownaville
JOSE
GENERIC
ASK YOy DRUaQIST
for a generons
IT TRIAL SIZE,
difficulty in getting off, owing to
the gale. The signals of distress
were observed from the Sandhead
lightship.
New York, December 29. Ex
amination of the maritime register
show no vessels of either the
Hamburg-American or North
German Lloyd Hues near Dunge
ntsB. It is almost impossible to
conceive how a steamer of either
line could have been near the
spot iudicated in the cables unless
the departure of a vessel from
j Harabnig or Bremen was a varia
tion from the advertisted sailing's.
EULLY EXPLAINED.
"Yes, that was Jobs6-nT-s store
wasn't it!"
'Yes, and & fine building, too.
"Oue of the finest iu town.
Aud there never was finer mai
than Jobson. "Whole-" soulej
liberal and straight" as a srtrij
To think of tha wn he went dowi
It's too bad. But, of course,, yoj
know he had one ruinous failiujr !i
"Why, no. What was it?4
'fie didn't advertise."
TROUBLE tSHEaD.
"WelP o'.d . nipn," aaid tjjj
sporting reporter, "anything ex
ciiiu'? to be pulled o2 soon?"
"Nothing that I know of; except
my porous plaster, young man'
replied the sporting aaihority,vj
now about to start for Pretorin,
says that the Russian officer raa;e
the following statement: "I ha e j austerely.
been offered the command of a
Boer army corps. In my own
mind, I am absolutely confident of
the success of the Boers. lrou
my take my word for it that sporting authority,
thousauds of Russians ara now J pardoned under the
"Thanks, I'll back
planter.
'"That's-all right,
is backing . me."
rel
ciri
fighting under General Joubert.'''
AN ADVANTAGE.
IQ GEl
'Mm
at 7. a. m.
at 8:15 a. n.
Ely's QREAm "Sal Fir
cocuins no ccounr. men-.wy dot e- y oil,or irr
kmoiu drag. It fas md ri-t ,1 e
Passsgee Allayu Pwa tci L .-.uiuU-a. i.vu:
and rwiects tiits Xesnhrvii Res tm tha frVi
"OF course, Maud, you have
one advantage over me."
"And what is that, Mavel?"
"You "can spell you name with
a final
Dealer.
'e.' "Cleveland Plain
"WEIGHING HIS LOTS.
for feeling somewhat
poront
ft
r 1
np-f
NATURALLY EN
"1 cave that poor mai
days ago, nnd told hi
around and let me ku
got along."
"Oh, that,vr,ts good
was your bread cait up
ters."
"I suppose he was
he came back "soaked.'
FOK HIM TO
eri
WILL EDIT HIS PAPER
FROM JAIL.
Troy, Kan., December 2S. Pool
Grinslad, editor of the "Waltena
Star, has "been sentenced in the
district court here to eleven months
imprisonment iu the county jail
under a conviction of criminal
libel. The conviction is an out
growth of a legislative scandal, the
editor hiving accused State Sen
ator John Fulton of Brown county
of accepting a bribe in connection
with the location of a new State
insane asylum. Senator 1 ulton was her " glasses) Yezr res-mole yure dairy cows, native Mock, withw
the opmplaiuing witness. Urinslad; mither so mooeh,. Norah, 0''d calves from 5 to 15 'davs old, appl
will dit his paper from the conoty know yez her daughter if O'id at this office. Pricf, $25.00 U. S.
1. i i niver seea aithr av vez. Jn-i-e., Cy. percuw and calf.
"And you doubt hia lovec after t
ring?
:T3rt- Vn irr o - 1 no(- Viol t j
!a pa.mt nnrlr th rnft hn otvp t.n!..
What are your urosnee
ni lormer nancee. DrooKiynt n,.
rf t 1 ue
T.ita. t
'a , ir.
I
A FAMILY RESEMBLANCE.
suitor That's
FcrSale.
Mrs. OjDonnvan (readjusting 'Anyone wanting
gentle
i ' " F .

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