The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 167, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 4, 1885 Page: 3 of 4
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PíM7S I New Haven, Feb. 25—Tie
m-— ai. /v grand jury found true bills
SjjBT btOre, against lamps Meech, Charles
Webb Hnd Win-Roaoh' b*nk
**}!*- ""¡defaulters °f Norwich. The
competition- j prisoners decided to plead
SsS^SSve'new'goodH 1 pui-lty and not go to trial,
r<nS S^ft " Meech and Webb were each
' ^ PAlíT" sentenced to state prison for
crao.p^ diarrhoea; Ave ye «. Koath's sentence
^ bPPt paiua, sprains, was four years at hard labor
j'tearalR * rhenmutiBui. ftnd a fine of $1 and costs.
|(fbe st. 20^o—«•_ I The district attorney in asking
for the sentence, informed the
court that not one National
bank defaulter convicted in
the last ten years had served
out his sentence. While he
did not ask for a severe penal
ty, he would ask one which
would be served out by the
np FINE FOREIGN prisoners to the very last .day.
JmilDiES, LIQUORS Over $9,000,000 have been
ud HAVANA CIGARS, stolen in the last teu years by
'¡Bffbiikies, Beer aud Cigars, bank men of this state, and
SALWAYSi ON HAND Ljje United States government
d Foreign Canned Goods, I're e
niMous,Truffle , etc. a large through Its officers in inflicting
¿loading w>d Kepoating ItifleB. ° 6
•od fistol of tbe best makes, | peiialtie8, OWCS a duty to the
residents of Connecticut.
pretty soon they'll be educat-¡ground plaoe. One day a
ing us. Now " workman left the place open;
"Oh, hold on," excl ¡iinod a by and by some hogs came
broker, UI think you're educa along, found a keg open, and,
ting them too ¿much already, as glycerine is as sweet al-
Your Iowa knklnx are worse most as honev, the animal
I % *
than any I know of in the filled himself. One camo out
South. How long is it since by and by and soon wandered
you lynched a whole family into a stable which contained
over there and drove a court abouty forty horses belouging
into the next county1? Get to the contractor. The hog
out of this, or I'll throw you got fooliug around among the
out" horse's hind legs, when on 1
The Iowa man jumped for of them drew off aud gave Mr
an iron bar standing in the Hog a good one. The con-
corner, and, spitting on his cussion started the business,
hands, edged up to the door and ¡not a vestige was ever
and yellec : "Put your little discovered of the hog of a
finger on me and I'll chop ye single horse or the stable,
wide open, you infernal And where the stible once
heathen. Don't you know that stood there was a hole in the
there is a heap of difference earth fifty feet deep and more
between the spontaneous wrath than 200 feet in circumference
of a righteous man and the | Fact, gontlemon !"
deep, dark and traitorous
Drices Common aud fine brass
. Ijunpg with Globes. Kvery styles
me Lamps, cheup. Cartridges oí all
lito Agent for tbe well-known Du
MODS JUST RBOKlVKf).
iylt ® I "
[<5et«t ii«hed in 1849.]
ibitolo. Matamoros, Mexico. I J¡on
111*AT! ON BASO A KWJ. "WS OF
Chicago, Feb. 25—^Prelimi-
nary examinations of O. E.
Gilraore, J, J, Sullivan and
Thomas T. O'Brien for com-
mitting perjury in the late
trial of Mackin and the other
parties concerned in the elec-
frauds, began before
United States commissioner at
Washington, Feb. 25.—F.
PATENT medirine8,1 B. Warren, of Wyoming, no
«CAL íNbTRUMKfl l'R, . . , . , "r(r
FANCY GOODS, ETC., ETC. Ulinated to be governor ot Wy
Carefully Compounded. J ,culling, JaUlCS T. Kelher, to
be first assistant engineer of
the revenue service.
crimes of the ungodlv^ Come
at mo, you baldhcaded scalper
of the fatherless and orphan1?
Move on me, you thin legged
cornerer of the just and un-
just. Don't you know that the
TO CLEAN BLACK CLOTH.
Tako your garment, well
brush it, then wash all the
the greasy spots, the collar
and cutis also, with soap and
warm water and a few drops
of liquid ammonia. Then
Uauiano Tittinxo. V wmki.
M. T rev i ño & I>ro.,
& Retail Groffii^
C«r. of BRAVO and 7th STREET'S*
Kt't'JI tllwuys ill stuck ;t lull ilssol't III • !11 . '
line tuitiily Ki'iu'iTie ;iml Inmorteil ("hiiiv.
ornokery ami glouware. ol7tf
Private boarding by day, wucls, jr month,
at low prices. Especial aocoinmoilutlniiK i,,r
travelers. Good, well ventilated and I'-ir-
nislio l rooms. Table supplied with the
in the market. Fine wines an I liquors al-
ways 011 band. Also a spacious camp vat ft
for horses and carriages. Feed lu ni -hed at
Corner 9th and Bravo streets,
El Sombrero Grande!
WASH and DENTIFRICE
PMId Gum . Ulcer , 8ore Month, Bore
ICton*! the Teeth and Purine the Breath;
■m fimmmanilnJ I... 1 If I n "
'JMjpnmdnj by leading dentist . JPre-
How*i. Dentist . Macon,
r8*1 brall drucxUt* and dentista.
ISile bj Edward Brenner, Druggist.
City of Mexico, Feb. 25—
Another draft of $10,000 was
forwarded to the king of Spain
for the earthquake sufferers.
CQUES LEVY I This makes a total of $150,
impwter oi 000 collected in this capital
«d&ta^ goods, Grocer- for this purpose; $9000 has
French Wmes, Liquors, . 11 A j • -¡r n
wna Cigars, Cigar- been collected in VeraCruz
for the same purpose.
^ettea, Etc,, Etc.,
10LESALE and RETAIL, ,
'«f BRAVO and SEVENTH Street*. |
good people of Iowa sometimes, ..
7 , /, f . ,, . , . prepare as follows: one ounce
take the law m theirowninands ,, , , , ,
J oi grouud logwood anu a piece
merely to save expenses and - , n
. . . , 1 . J of soda the size of a small
delav, vou water-eyed son of ,, . .
o t i, . , , marble, and boil together in
a corn crib1? Is the simple and ' , „ , °
\ lone quart of water ten mm-
homely but unerring justice I 8trilin tho liquor, lay tbe
of the law abiding people of ( th(j (a|)| a,,d wUb
Iowa to be confounded w.th|, #IeM brMh dipped into the
. id , i a r i. i i /. i boiling stuff, well brush it un
rebel Souths Not much, Mary.., ... . . ^
. __ Á . . / til it is saturated ; then get
An.Not much, you marg,-1 c,ean ^ tho
nal^ idiot. Not, much. Carter | of wMcb drop a mt|o
olive oil, not too much, but
when washed add a few more
Harrison and his whole town.
Just then four policemen #f oU &n<¡ bmA¡ ¡„ dlc
bore him down, and a they directio)1 oj the in) then
chained him to the wagon he L ^ jf a clear dayi out „f
°b^wud' i i doors; if not, in a dry room,
-When the Cherokee conn-1 d tU()v wi„ turD a boautifu,
ty rangers hear of this there 11 "
be fireworks in this town, now
lera me tell you.
GENTS FURNISHING GOOI)a
Also a complete lino oj'
"1 (J A N'T HE UNDERSOLD!"
Would lio p Ion tun! to bavw tho public
call hn<I oxumine before purcbiifiag
on tho rorrior of
WASHINGTON k 13th STREETS,
BUM ML LEON,
E. BREMER, V roprietor..
MATAMOROS and MONTEREY
Wholesale & Retail Drui^isf,
Dealer and Importer of Var-
nish and Window (ilass,
London, Feb. 25—In a let-
ter to a friend at Cairo, dated
December 14, General Gordon
wrote: "It is all up with us,
I expect a catastrophe within
ten days from the present time
It would not have been so if
'<^W1 ¡„. horse a cattle br nd Iour people had kept me better
** Fil0gfc informed of their intentions.
P My adieux to all,"
THE MAN FROM. CHEROKEE.
An Iowa man, with a long
coat and a fur collar, arrived
«dtDd i*n town yesterday and an-
nouncod in a board of trade
2taiÍS í.q<)ffice which he entered the
^ «ove. a specialty. firSt thÍn&> tbftt he hftd COIDO
to Chicago for the purpose of
FOW HE PROVED HIM A SPY
An instance is related of
the severe character of old
Governor Clinton, the revolu-
There is a women in Pckin.
111., who has finger-nails an
inch in length. Her hus-
band does not belong to any
GUNS sod PIS-
V . w VUIUH^U 1UI I1IC pul puijo 111
NACIONALr°^c*t'nS 'noney for christian-
IC1L I |izing the South.
^ Branch at 1g6 St. i observed,
1 I 7
r.; r™"- ",s y°u s,'°'
l «r mil b8pr«p„edu; course, aware. The papers
Club Feet, I don't tell half tho truth about
1 know that men
de'Tili"« I ,v. o
diñases of tho &°nth.
°*tarrb, are lynched, shot and whipped
The priVH^ d( wn the^e for no cause at all,
1 °Pe 4i|?roPr'etors
J'" *ooo'rdaí8 office.'n New I jU8' because of the lawlessness
KSR0,th^rpiwD/b of the Pe0Plü- It,fl dreadful
o?thwh5deaire to Why, only last week, ii.
CrÍJarÍBR the""World'! |Yas500> Miss , a mob hung a
L 'íVS;„0; '!>• to I man right up to the flag pole
4¿í(|MK WH Pn8fc ^ecau8e beon
166 charged with an offenso. ^r"
r Mas Lu . I must educate these people
Husbands gamble away
tionary governor of New "York, I their wives in Siain. It Mor
and afterward vice-president, tuons were to do this they
It is said that in 1776 a strati- could have seven-up for the
ger came to his house at game.—New Orleans Pica-
Albany, professedly on a visit] ytine
of courtesy. As the conversa
tion advanced into tho subject I ELIAS 0. GARCÍA,
of rebellion, Clinton suspected1
that the man had British sym-
pathies, and he gave the wink. FfcTXTr'
to his wife and daughter, who J3U AJ-jUI-íN VXj
went out and ordered hot Matamoros, MeXICO.
colTee, and put some tartar Hm a tompl,to <toek 0, Abwío.d
emetic in It. Clinton and the an(3 Earopoun dr>«ood8, Htich HH
women had seen tho stranger Uiks, satius, poplins, Spanish and
e Irish linens, Scotch hosiery for la-
swallow something. A Sliver Lj¡e8 ftUj ueutlHinoo; shoes, drehH
bullet had been vomited forth goods, etc., etc., «s well hs com-
,, , , nieto ftsfiortment of hoosehold furni-
by the man, which, wnen nn ture, itioiading French iron bed-
screwed, hada dispatch to Bur- steads und cots. Fall line of Mext-
goyne's army. Clinton bad cacara taPo,t.d froa. V ra Ora
the man tried and executed— HEAPT PAINS.
Albany Journal. | p0ip¡t'ftti0n, dropsical, BwellinfiS,
i dizzinoss, indigestion, headache,
THE HOG ATE THE DYNAMITE s|(,ep|W8Hoess cared by Wells' Health
Talk about dynamite, I Renewer.
can tell you a true story of LR0UGH 0N paint" plaster.
what nitro glycerine once did p(,roas und strengthening, ira-
Tt was out near proved, the best for baclcucbe, pnins
,n our state, it was out ntai p thq'flhflht or fli(le rbeiimRu8ra,
Prairie du Cbien, where they neuralgia 25c« Druggists or mail.
were blasting on the Chicago — pRESKRyER,
Milwaukee and St. I'aui road ^ j0Bj0<? yonr grip on lif* ,
The contractor liad several jtry Wells' Health Renewer. Goes
kegs of the stuff in an under - direct to wowk spots.
Tlit) undersigned i« roittly to sell,
with perfectly le^al titles on his own
account, n« nlno that of Iiíh lister,
Dunn Fruneisca Garcia do Tronnor,
and the h< irs of his deoeaeod brot her,
Don Miguel Garcia Cavttzos, tho
following: 34,158 acres of land, moro
or Ihhh, situated in the pnsturo fiolda
of Spiritu Santo, Cameron county,
IJ042 acres of land more or leso, ad-
joining tho above mentioned, propof
for lots or farms, situated north,
northeast aud wt.-st of the city of
Iirownsville. 581 Castiliian varas of
land, bordering ou the Rio Grande,
by 30,000 varas background, making
iu all 3000 acrcp, situated in tho
paBture grounds of Llano Grande,
PEDRO G. CAVAZOS,
Brownsville, Tex., January 1st 188Í .
. r* :r
45 GoA.t find
/JC- IO 3ra¡a C*rtri4g«ii.
Very Stf "./• J' :rfcctly Safe.
pr ri in tho world i'or I.i'.rRO
Oatni'. Much inoro of-
fcc'.ivo t!mn 44 cal., which u « nnmll ninouiit of
powder mid loud, hut" r'or i'iiKourucy, rapidity,
model and finish, to miy other.
Í Lf fiD H""rtir,f? Target
t tur f!uiiihi«tie.
Mill ™ AfM CO. New HiTBfl Ct.
Wm. H. Mason. Jtw 8. Cakii.
í'iia* k. mii.i.kk.
Attorneys and Counsellors
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