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BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1S01.
NUMBER 76.
VOL. TEIN.
CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 18i)b,VlTH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN, WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEAKS.
PROFISSIGmjARDS.
JAMES B. WELLS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Second Floor R.o v,rnnIe Rnilrcd
. Building,
JAMES B. BUTLER, '
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Urowusvillc, Texas
Will practice iu all the courts.
E. H. GOOD1UOH. ! K' GOODRICH
E. H. GOODRICH & SON.
Attorneys at Law.
Dealers i Real Estate.
Complete Abstracts of Cameron County
kept in the office.
BHOV- S M.K.TBXAK
JOB llAKTLlCn.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
Will practice in District. Stale and
Focle nil Courts.
Ofl with . B. Wells. In Bto Ornndn S. K.
IinllfliJiR inpsuirsv
Brownsville. - - - - Tox
Q H. THORN
DENTIST.
Office Opposite Miller's Hotel.
Icp Hours- From 8 to 12 a- m" and
lie nuuia. from ! to 5 p. m.
BKOWNSVILMJ. TEXAS.
R. H- WALLIS.
PHOTOGRAPHER,
Its introducing new and select styles
ot work at his parlors. Also new -style
otfancy card mounts.
Copying and enlargements in crayon
Jellies and Jams.
Oatmeal and Rice.
High-grade Hums.
Nutmegs and Spice.
MACk'erel and Macaroui.
good Goods for the Money.
Qnions if yon please.
Yermbiili, Canned Prnit.
Everything that's nice.
Reasonable Prices.
Never Fails to Suit.
'Snve Money by buying at
John icCovem s.
ON ELIZABETH STREET,
BESf . KCWALSK,
General Merchandise
BROKER. !
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
HOTEL I
IT IT TO In) V
REFITTED
AND
REFURNISHED
Meats the Choicest
To Be Obtained
On the market
O
A 'Pin-on c:jnrv T$rir.k
.20 Niceh Furnished Rooms. f
Oil Principal Business Street.
o o m s
Reasonable Hates
to Families
fuj
tau
PROP.
Brownsville, Tex.
--e-sp--s-s- j
DIRECTORY
district and county offioers.
Congressmau.llth. district. . . R.Kloberg !
tate Senator 27th district.
, ; '. " L, , ,1
Representatives j F. W. Seabnry j
85th. district ... ) Win. J. Russell j
.D. McNiel Turner ;
Dounty Judge, Thomas Carson
wiouiiiy Attorney Auuu-o.xvuui.iro, jr. i
County Clerk Joseph "Webb j
Sheriff Celedonio Garza I
Treasurer Aug. Celaya i
Assessor. Ezequiel Cavazos J
Collector Damaso Lernia !
surveyor M. Hanson, jr. j
Hide Inspector Tomas Trjerina
county connssioxEus.
Precinot No. 1 Atenojenes Onbei
Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya
Precinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond
Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller
Justice Peace Precinct No. 2
Valentin. Gavito
County court meets for civil, criminal
and probate business on the first Mon
iays in March, June, September aud De
cemaer.
CITY OFFICERS.
Alayor . Thomas Carson .
hief of Police L. H. Bates
Treasurer Geo. M. Puteguat
Secretary . .vFrauk Champii
Attorney S. A. Balden, jr.
Sarveyor S. W. Brooks
Assessor and Collector S. Yaldez
U. S. DISTRICT COURT.
Che following are the officers of and
the limes and places of holding court for
the Western District of Texas:
U S. District Judge. . . T. S. Maxey
Attorney Henry Terrell
Cleik D. H. Hart
MaTshil Geo. L. Siebreoht
Court convenes in San Antonio on the
first Mondays in May and November
In Austin on the first Mondays in Feb
ruary and Jul'.
Tu Brownsville on the first Monday in
January and second Monday in June.
In El Pasqf on the first Mondays in
April and October.
Cameron County: First Monday in
February, and First Monday in Sep
tember, and May continue in session
four weeks. .
Hidalgo County: Fourth Monday af
ter the First Monday in Febrnary and
September, and may continue in session
two weeks.
Stair County; Sixth Monday after
the First Monday in February and Sep
tember, and may contiiine in session
two weeks.
Duval County: Eighth Monday after
the First Monday in February and Sep
tember, and may continue in session two
weeks.
Nueces County: Tenth Monday after
the First Monday in February and may
contiune in., session eight weeks and
dentil Monday after First Monday in
! September and may continue.iu session
J four weeks.
j j. s. custom; house.
C H. Maris Collector
A. Thoruharu J Special Deputv
A. A. Browne Chief Clerk
R. B. Rentfro, Jr. . Entry Clerk
j MEXICAN CONSULATE. j
Miguel Barragan. Consul
I , Ml
V, r-
MEXICO FOR ARBITRATION.
Sentiment in the Republic Favors!
Adoption of That Method. i
Mexico City, Ot. 5-The Em
peror of Austria has conferred the
order of the Irr.n Crown on Gover
nor Cosio, of the "State of Mexico,
9ia:id also on the Bishop of Quere-
taro. Thn Governor and bishop
have both applied to Congress for
permission to wear these decora
tions. Quicksilver has been' discovered
in the State of Guerroro, near the
line of the Mexico, Ouernavaca &
t'aeinc Kail way.
Hie ran-Aiuenean congress is
mjlooKeO torwara to with great in
mjterest. The1 Mexican public senti
mj ment strongly Favors the adoption
;ot a system ot arbitration tor all
of the Republics of North, Cen-
tral ai:dSonth A merica.
It is believed that President
: Roosevelt will lend hi powerful
I support to this idea, which, if
adopted, won Id enhance the prestige
of the United States throughout
(Latin America and offset the anti-
American propaganda carried on
1 y
by the clerical party journals from
Mexiuo t0 Oiiile.
WAIST VS FOOT BINDING
Oriental Custom is Chaugiug. But
That of Occident Stands Firm.
Footbinding, the cruel custom
that makes misery for girls in
Chinese hitrh life, has not Quite so
firm a stroughold in the Celestial
empire as formerly. The mission
aries have persistently preached
against it, until it is said that their
words have had some effect.
Prior to the Boxer outbreak a
society for the abolition of the
practice had been founded at Chang
Kiug by Mrs. Archibald Little, the
author of Intimate China." Sev
eral influential mandarins lent their
support to encourage the move
ment. Li Hung Chang's mother
unbound her feet, and the eminent
Chinese statesman himself sub
scribed $100 for the society.
At the same time he made a re
mark for American women to
ponder over: "I will give $100
more, Mrs. Little," he said, "if
you will induce the foreign ladies
iu China to uubind their waists."
Since then the women nfission
aries m China when they have talk
ed to the natives on the evils of
footbinding have been troubled
with uncomfortable recollections of
a Biblical verse that says something
about "the beam in thine own eye."
Will Publish on Sunday.
Baltimore, Md., Oct. 5. The
Sun will hereafter issue a Sunday
edition, which makes a change in
its policy.
Joyful News.
Sailing Master Better not go
out sailing, young ladles there's
a heavy swell, -aud
Chorus of Young Ladies Oh,
mercy! Where is he? Judge.
. 1
MORE SUBSTANTIAL.
Miss Emerson (of Bqtoo) I.)
presume yours is not one of the
Mayflower families.
Miss Triplex (of Minuapolies)
No, indeed. Ours is one of the
famous Miunesota-ilour families.
i W
&SQhmEm "Pure
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
ROYAL BAKtNO POTDER
BERNHARDT TO DIE HERE-
The Lines in "the Divine Sarah V
Hand Sav She Will Visit Us.
Bernhardt, the "divine Sarah,"
has recently had her hand read.
The prophecy of the, palmist which
most pleased her is that she will
live to be 90 years old and will
die in the harness.
The line of destiny, he also de
clared, points to' the conclusion
that she will die in America. In
about nine years' time, he tells lyr,
she will, take up her residence on a
ranch in this country.
L;neage of Assassin.
New York Herald, October G.
For 900 years the "a.sasoiu" hasj
been abroad in the land. Before
this time life takers flourished, of;
course; in facf, if history be cor -
reet, there was a violent death in In Is3hlj Uppei. Anstritt, there. ;
our first family. But before thejare cnses 0II recor( wfiere wonieu .
Eleventh Centnry the man who kill- who have vioiateu public sentiment ;
ed was not known by the nameiby appenring in trailing skirts
"assassin." The word took shape j hnve had them lorn by incensed '
when the Mohammedans, around ref0nners
the period of 1090, had their grand , 4 .
split up. This came, it seems, ' The Unexpected Happened. ,
through the disagreement of the New York Evening Post.
Snnnites, the orthodox party, and
the Shiftes, a branch which believ
ed that the son-in-law of the reign
ing Prophet should inherit the
throne. The latter were in the mi
nority, however, and they had to
keep their sentiments to themsel
ves. But they were busy iu secret.
They formed many side orders for
the purpose of carrying out their
creed, which ran, something after
this style :
1. The rejection of all fixed rules,
either of religion or morality.
1 The belief that the Imaus of
the line of Ismael were at present
invisible, and that- consequently it
was the duty of true believers to
yield implicit obedience to theiice
regents on earth of these Secret
rulers. jA
3. The allegorical
ferjreta-
tiou ot the Koran, whereby any
doctrine might be - either defended
or rejected.
The most active worker appears
to have been one Hassan Ben Sab
ah, who was responsible for. the
killing off of many opponents of
his sect. He exacted bljnd devo
tion of his followers, intrusting
the task of murder to the lowest
and most ignorant. First he had
them fed on hashish, aud from this
Oriental opiate comes the word as
sassin. The most delightful dreams
resulted, and the hashish eaters,
out of gratitude to the man who
was capable of so transporting
them, followed his commauds in
the most unquestioning mauuer.
The sect was extinguished in 1272
hy Turkey's Sultan.
Quite Likely.
Boston Herald
Had ir fnfcpn ns lonir'fo ficrht the
. r- - "
battle of Santiago the first fcimelg
itis oowtafcing to fight it nvtr
again at Washington it is likely
that all Hie Spanish boats woalJ
&AKINO
Powder
CO.. HEW YORK-
LAW FOR SHORT SKIRTS
European Countries Will Prevent
Women Wearing Trains.
The wearing of the short skirts
by women is to be enforced in
some countries ot Europe, it seems,
by legal enactmeut. What has ac
mated the crusade the cable dis
patches do not state, but a vigor
ous war against the trailing skirt
has been inaugurated on the Con
tinent. Saxon, Switzerland, will
fine women who appear on the
streets in skirts that sweep the';,
ground, and waruiuir notices to
that effect have been posted on all
tjie. trees.
At Ems, Prussia", notices havo
been put up stating that loug skirts '
are not to be allowed within the .
precincts of the gardens, and wo-
,men who appear iu them are denied
tai - jmjgsjon
As was to have been expected,
the attempt to force Commission
ers Evans out of the Pension Bu
reau was renewed at the earliest
possible moment after the change
in the presidency. It had become
plain before Mr. McKinley was
shot that the raid on this efficient
public servant conld not sncceed
so long as he remained in the
White House. Mr. Eoosevelt, of
course, had previously had noth
ing to do with the controversy,and
some of Mr. Evans' enemies fan
cied that they might fare better
with the new Presideht. They
have already learned their mistake.
In pur.siyince of his resolution to
carry.it Mr.. McKin ley's policy,
Mr. Roosevelt was morally bound
to stand by the commissioner, as
he has, served notice that he will.
This will be all the easier because
the President is the last man who
would fabor the idea of turning a
good official out for no other rea
son than he had done his work
well.
SUCH QUEER NAMES.
Youth's Companion.
If you think a foreigner's ways
are queer, ask yourself whether
their seeming queerness may not
be due mostly to yonr want
of familiarity. with them.
"You have such strange name,s
for yonr towns over heah !" said a
titled English importation to one
of his new American friends.
"Wehawkeu, Hoboken, Pough
keepsie and ever so many others,
don't you know!"
"1 snppose they do sound queer
to English ears." said the Amer
ican, thoughtfully. "Doyoa live
in London all the time!"
"Oh, uo," said the uasnspi
eioii Briton . "1 spent oih of
toy time at Chipping Norton and
then I've a place at Pokectogg-on-
I P. Merrill Griffith
...Consul (Chicago News.
liaye escapsdr

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