The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 167, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 4, 1885 Page: 4 of 4
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Schmidt & Zieglcr,
SEW ORLEANS, La.,
John T. Gibbons & Co.
Gil A IN MERCHANTS,
NEW ORLEANS, La
Anchor Milling Co.,
ST LOUIS, Mo.,
iiRANDS Of FLOUR, IM-
PERIAL PATENT, &
DOUBLE ANCHOR, &
WINNING FIRST PRIZES AT LAST
ST. LOUIS FAIR.
Are prepared to give daily quota-
tions when required aod assure the
trade that all orders will meet with
prompt utteutiou, aod the lowest
^-..Q-RIG I N AL . ,
. VGOULD& CO S
March 12th, 1885.
GOULD & CO'S.
[Decided by Roval Havana Lottery.]
1 Capital Price $8,000
1 " " '2.000
1 " " 1,000
2 prizes oi $200 each 400
10 " 100 each 1.000
J502 " 10 each 6,020
9 approximation to 1st prize, $25 each.
9 approximations to 2d prize, $25 each
535 prizes a« above, being the full num
fter in the Royal Havana, and
180 prizes of $5 each to the 180 tickets
having as ending numbers the two terminal
uniUlof the number drawing the capital
prize of 8,000 900
715 Prizes, a mounting to $18,770
TICKETS, $2; HALVES, $1.
Shinsey Co., gmeral agents, 1212 Broad-
way, N. V. city, and postofflce box number 8
Brownsville. Cameron county, Texas.
RAIL WA Y cO CONNEC-
FAST PASSENGER, MAIL
AND EXPRES TRAINS
EACH WAY DAILY,
Making reliable connections to and
As Bhown by the following
New time card, in effect January
3.30 a. in. Lv.
3.30 n. in. Lv
3.40 p. in, Lv.l
5.35 p. in. Ar.l
ti.43 p in. Ar.l
.. Houston ..
Ar. 5.40 p. m
Lv. 3.52 p. ui
IjV. 9.45 a, m
Lv. 7.15 a. in
Lv. 6.00 a. m
Connections in'Union Depots: Rosenberg,
with G.. C. and S. F. Ry. and G., H and S
A. By.; Vlotorla, with
This line possesses the very
^les for prornp' movement of Freight traffic;
G. W. T. and P. Ry.
ssessea the i
prom ' movement o
F >«t Freight Ti-nins for Live Stock, perish-
able and other freight
Shipments should be consigned care N,
V.. T. and M. Railway. Rosenberg.
Completo and reliable information will
be given with pleasure t'pon application to
ALLEN Mo JOY, V. P. and Gen'l Man-
To settle up an estate, will be
sold the ranch known as the 8an
Jose de Tuoalitos with all its op-
purteuances and improvements,
water rights, eto , * eto, situated 6
leagues si uth of Rnynosa, and con-
tinuing about 35 424 acres of land,
with or without the stock.
For further information apply to
Br. 'Francisco Garcia Muguersa
who is authorised to make the trade
or sale of the same.
Korti, Feb. 25— General
Brackouburv, commander of
the late General JSarle's force,
Reports from Hibbeh, opposite
Kaniet island, that on the
21st his entire force, including
780 animals, guii9 and equip-
ments complete, crossed to
the right bank of the Nile,
ready to advance at daybreak,
Sunday, to Abu Hamed, forty
miles distant. Brackenbury
had Visited the scene of Colo-
nel Stewart's murder, and
found some of Stewart's visit
ing cards belonging to Her
bin and Palmer, and a shirt*
sleeve stained with blood.
The steamer which conveyed
Stewart from Khartoum to
the place where he was mur
dered, is now sixteen feet
above jthe present level of the
water. She is gutted and
filled with sand The houses
and all the property belonging
to the blind man, Fakey Et-
man, one of the principal in-
stigators oj Stewart's murder,
wore completely destroyed,
Brackenbury's party is doing
well. No death ha9; occurred
since the 12th. Health of the
troops excellent. Only eigh
teen men besides tho wounded
Suakirri, U'eb, 25—The lat-
est news from Agog and
Tamai confirms the report of
a brilliant victory won by tho
mndir of Taka and the Shrnki
tribe of friendly arabs in an
attack by this Hadenowah
tribe in an attack by the lat*
ter upon some friendly tribe
for supplying tho garrison of
Kassala with grain. It is
now stated that during the
battle no less than 3G00 of the
Hadenowahs were killed, and
among tho slain was Sheikh
Moso, The Kassala garrison
is short of food and ammuni
tion, and as tho place is hard
pressed by the enemy, despite
tho reccnt repulse, a surrender
must soon result unless tho
garrison is relieved.
Korti, Feb. 25^-A grand
durbar was held today in pre-
sence of tho Kabbabish and
other sheikhs and British
Lord Wolseley personally
invested the inudir of Dongola
with the Order of St, Michael
and St. George. The mudir
askod Lord Wolseley to con-
vey his thanks to tho queen
for this mark of distinction.
Naples, Feb. 95—The third
section of the expedition to
the Red sea, which sailed
yesterday, will be followed by
six torpedo boats.
London Feb. 25-The troopr
ship Fonah, with troops for
tho Soudan, which was disa-
bled Monday during a heavy
galo off St. Ives, has been
towed to Cork. A flotilla of
tugs from various ports have
been searching for her.
Naples, Feb 25.—General
Ricci, who takes command ot
the Italian contingent at Sua-
kim, pails for Egypt tomorrow
with .six torpedo boats.
Oitv of Mexico, Feb. 25—
Luis Garcia Lerron has re-
ceived a commission from the
government to denounce all
unclaimed lands in the states
of Pueblo, Tlaxcala, Michoa-
can and San Luis Potosi.
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
OEARLKS IN DRV GOODS. BOOTH,
SlIOL>, NOTIONS and GROCERIES.
FRB2WB WINKS and HRANDIK8.
Hit BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
Browrsville, Texas, )
January 1st, 1885. J
The undersigned have formed a
copartnership under the firm namo
of Geo. Champion & Co, to carry on
a General Brokerage business, and
thanking their friends for past fav-
ors request a continuance of same
for the new firm.
Brownsville, Texas. \
Jan. 6, 1885. ]
The Printed Freight Tariff
from New Orleans to Browns
ville will be resumed from
date, with a rebate of twenty
per cent, from same.
For Morgan Line,
¡VI J GOMILA, Agent.
For Rio Grande llailroad,
F. SAN ROMAN )
k > Trustees.
8. CELAYA, )
From this trip of the steamer
I. C. Harris excursion tickets
from Brownsville to New Or-
leans and return, good for 30
days, will be sold for $42.00,
Browusville, Doc. 4, 1884.
THE H0FE~0> THE NATION
Children, slow in dovelopement,
puny, scrawny and delicate, use
Wells' Health Renewer.
On acoount of his unfortunate ao
cident Prof. C. J. Engster is nnable
to continue bis dancing school at
present, but will fulfill all bis en-
gagements as soon as he recovers.
A Phenomenal Journal
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Probably no p.tpor over mot with sueb a
quick and geuerous re-ognltlon uta been
accorded to Tkxah Siktixos, the great humor-
ous and literacy weekly. It is now publish-
ed simultane -usly in Austin, T«* s; Mew
York, N Y., and London, England, and in
credited with a circulation of over 100.000
cortes. It I an eight page, 48-colurnn pa-
per, and contain* t very year more thau
1.000 origiual illustrations and cartoons.—
It? good st ries and humorous sketches are
unexcelled. The publishers, being desir-
ous of increasing its already large circula-
tion. are offering extraordinary induce-
ments to subscribers. The subscription
price of Sim mm is it 50 a year. For $2,50
the publishers will send the paper one year
and alao any one of the following premium's:
for $150 they will send the paper si*
months, and, free, any one of the following
premiums. For only $1 thpy will send feitt-
ings for three months, and any one of the
following premiums: Premium No. 1—A
cloth bo«mtl C08-pago Dictionary, with 700!
illustrations. Premium No. 2—A cloth
bound 512-page book. "What Every One
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tional Standard Encyclopedia, 700 pages,
20,000 articles, and over 1,000 illustrations.
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Premium No. 5—Heavy gold plated. Watch
Chain. Premium No. 6—Ladies' plated set
Ear Rings and Pin. Premium No. 7—Thirty
compleie novels and other works, paper
bound. An improved sewing machine, im-
provement ou those Bold for $46 will b©
given to any ono getting up a club of twen-
ty yearly subscriptions. An imported
china tea set (44 pieces) will be given to
every one sending a club oi 8 yearly sub-
scriptions. Besides this, every subscriber
gets whichever of the above premiums he
or sbe may select. Fifty other valuable
premiums for club raisers to select Irom,
Address Texa- Siki^os Publishing Co.,
New York, for full illustrated premium list
and sample copy'of Sift sou.
WITH ALL MODERNIMPRO YE-
MENIS, TERO' BETWEEN
WITHOUT CHANGE OF GARS
OF ANY DESCRIPTION,
AND ONLY ONE CHANGH TO
YORK, BOSTON\ AND
OTHER PRINCIPAL CITIES IN
NORTH & EAST
TRAIN LEAVING GALVESTON
AT 4 10 P. M HAS
Pulman Palace Hotel
THROUGH TO ST. LOUIS
Ts hereby given that 1 have sold to Rich-
ard King, of Santa Gertrudis, all stock bear
ing the lol lowing brand wherever found this
sido of the RioGrande river.
Joss Perez Lonooria.
KING, K. Jh.,horse and cattle brand-
Ear-mark, crop and split in each.
KING, MRS. II M. horse and cattle
brand. Earmark, hole and split in right ear
and crop off left; brand on the left hip.
All animals in these brands are branded
also K on jeft cheek.
KING, Richard. Santa Gertrudes, Nueces
Couuty, Texas. Cattle and horse brand.—
Ear mark for cattle, right ear cut off, hole
and split in left.
KING.R. B.L.Santa Gertrudes, Nueces
Co.. Texas. Jlorse and cattle brapd. bar-
mark, hole and split each ear bral>d 00
the left ribs.
Ifyott are failing; broken, worn
oafc aod nenroas, os Welle' Health
Renewer. $1, Druggists.
Close Connections in Howton with trains
oí 11. and T. C. and G. H. and S. A. R'y
At Little Rock for all points in the South-
east, and in the Union depot. St. Louis, with
Express traina in ail directions.
l>or tickets or any further information
apply to J. S. MacNamara, Ticket Agent,
H. P. Hughes, Passenger Agent, Houston
B. W. McCULLOUGH,
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Apent.
52nlves( -j. ?ex.
KELSEY, J. P. ft Co., Rancho Segundo,
Starr county, Texas. Oattle oad horse brand.
Por esta hago saber quo ninguna persona
tiene derecho A vender lo ittio ningún ani-
mal de ml fierro sin vent ™ un papel de
venta con los requisitos de ley
*23 ANTONIO ATKINSON.
Is 94 niiU'n long and í
contains 30«0 squaur„ J* mil® «¡4,
by Nueces cnuXoíth' ^ ,lkvL
the west. Rio OraUe ^^'^
Gulf of Mexico on ihl l*u|k
14.950 inhabitants mM" «
property is valued at & I _
o pal city i í>w,i8Vi'|^'W.u.' TV|
about 4500 inhabitant*, il S A
Rio Urunde. some 22 oiiU f a,e(1 «J
L&t. 25 53.30, Long 91; "•* r
inches above the level tr\ Md "4ÍI I
nected with Point IsabM
by the Rio Grande RR « <U
miles above, on the river u H Mar«
town of importance in íe •,
U. S. CIRCUIT A DISTRICT rv\n J
Judge, E. B. Ti'bnkk re«i,i 51
I)ist. Clerk. ' reBid«ce Au-1
Cirouit Clerk. Dim, ru
U.S. Marshal. H. A*
Heputy D. & C. clerk, ff T,tro,i1
Peputy U. H. Marshal, Joun'mVm
COUNTY OPFICUu 171
County Judge „T .
Sheriff, B V- h
County Clerk, a r
County Treasurer, ' « y
County Collector, j 7")
County Attorney, n
Justice of the Peace, i',
Constable, 3d precinct, w1
City Marshal. T,1:
City Treasurer, * n ír.
Assessor & Collector, j
City Attorney, t'¿-¡
City Secretary y g
The District Court assembles om,
Mondays in tebruary and Sfp^b 1
Judne. J. O. Rüssbu, CorpMfl' ■
Attorney, D. McNkil Turn , C fl
Clerk, L. Kowalski,
CUSTOMS DISTRICT, BRAZOSb!
Deputy Collector. E. H. G«t
Dep'y Collector at Pt. Isabel, j.|j
Cousui General. W.P.S
Malls leave for the interior riaKlofi
City and Pefia, daily, except Sundjji
a. m. Arriving daily, excej
Mail leaves daily for Point Isabel itl
Mail leaves morning of nilii; ti|
New Orleans steamer.
Jos. Hoping, Pa
Captain J. H. Bradfobd, Com
Here Is stationed Company G, 194 j
try, Capt, Brudford, and Troop l,8tHI
Capt. A. G. Hennessee.
Post Quartermaster, LtC.Gd
Post Adjutant, Lt.
RAILROAD TIKE TABLE
Rio Grande—Leaves Brownsville
9 a. m. Leaves Point Isabel daily it4
Matamoros & Santa Cruz HorseGuii
commence at 6 a, m. Last car ltu
Cruz at 9:30 p. m.
Matamoros & Monterey RR,
trips every day eicept Sunday,'
tamoros depot at 8 a. m. aod 5 p
KELSEY, John P., RAncho San Ra^el.
StarT iiounty T> C.and horse braun.
Is a walled city, situated on theri.
of the Rio Grand ?, about a mile dlitt
Brownsville, to which It is connect
hor^e railway to Santa Crui, '.
from the gulf of Mexico at BMW.J
mouth of the river. It is oi«®M
sections, each controlled by ws*
ry, and has some 14,000 inhabltaitM
7,600 reside in the 13 sections0*
proper inside the line ®f
streets are well lighted with oil
many of them paved with PMWM
and It possesses a number « J
buildings, and a fine theatre oofttjsl
and built dnring the French InWj^
It is the starting point of
terey, and always was
cial port on the northern frontier
Federal Judge, .. l/irILi
Judge 1st Instance,
President City Courcil, W"
Chief Police, A*AD2
Coil'r Federal Tax,
Collector Stamp Tw, '•
Collector city tax, R-MLOi'
Contador, . *"
Captain cwston 0. <
DEPARTMENT OF ^ H
4th Military Pi ^ I
Brigadier General A. GoJflPi
ing Division. Coi. C.C¿
Chief ol Staff, Major P-
Paymaster, c®?..i col, J-
5ih Auxiliary cavalry,
13th Reg Cav. f
J. SaUW j iiilgHtl^
day at 10 a m. Arrt?*
Steamer mall l*J" #t
before steamer í
Mail to Brownsn-i ^ lil
aftd returnijíg ¡ r^'
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The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 167, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 4, 1885, newspaper, March 4, 1885; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth177939/m1/4/: accessed June 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.