The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 207, Ed. 1 Monday, April 20, 1885 Page: 4 of 4

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Gtu. CiiA\ i IOK. F. LAZURTIUUI.
m. uuiL .vi. ..u .v.,
general Merchandise
Brokers.
/UK) WNS1 1LLE, TEXAS.
Rcprescntiug
SkIi hi idt & Zicglcr,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OliLEANS, La.,
John T. Gibbons & Co.
GRAIN MERCHANTS,
HEW ORLEANS, La
Anchor Milling' Co.,
ST LOUIS, Mo.,
jBRANDS 01 FLOUR, IM'
PERIAL PATENT, &
DOUBLE ANCHOR, &
PURITY,
fll lMVIM FIRST PRIZES AT LAST
ST. LOUIS FAIR.
Aro prepared to {jive daily quota-
lionH when required and assure tin-
Irado I lint all orders will meet with
prompt atfeution, and the lowest
figuren given.
BURN
WANTED.
A few persono to lonrn sliort hand,
(corresponding style) either person-
ally or by mail; to I'tll positions at
$50, $7:"> and $100 per mouth, posi-
tions secured pupils wheu competent.
Can be learned in throe months.—
Amanuensis furnished Railway offl
rials and mercantile houses freo of
charge. ()nilines of Stenography
sunt, to any address npon receipt of
ton cents in silver by mail.
Address,
M. McDERMOT, Jit.
Box Tj. Stenographer,
G H. & S A. R. R..
Houston, Texus.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
Balm.
k York k awl Mexican
AM TL WA Y cG CONNEC-
TIONS.
FAST PASSENGER, MAIL
AND EXPRES TRAINS
EAC11 WAY DAILY,
Making reliable connections to and
from
SOUTH WEST TEXAS,
As shown by the following
New tir e curd, in eft'iict January
I, 18S4
E.V.iT.
a. in. Lv
U. TT). I.V
ii.-lo p. nj, l.v.
ror> p. m. Ar.
p.4!) p. in. Ar.
. .Cuero . .
. Victoria..
. llotMtnberg.
.. Houston ..
Galveston..
Wkst.
\r. ft.40 p. m
Lv. 3.52 p. in
l.v. !• 45 a. m
Lv. 7.1A a. m
Lv. 6.00 n. in
Conntjciotjs in Union Depot : Rosenberg,
yiih (}.. (5. muí S. K. Uv. ami (i.. H. ami S.
A. Ry.; Victoria, with 0. W. T. ami P. Ky.
Thi* i lie possesses th • very best facili-
ties lor prompt movement ot Freight tr. tlic;
!•' xt Freight Trains for Live Stock, perish-
able anil other freight
Shipments should be consigne 1 c ire
T. ami M. tiuilv.ny. Rosenberg.
0;>mpK*l« uml reliable information will,
j.r. ,jiv>m with pleasure opon application to
ALLEN MnOOy, V. P. wd G^n'l Man-
1 1 Vlntnitn fmm
London, April 15—rUj) to
this evening there was a feel-
ing of relief in government
circles over the news from
Cork, which is all intended to
show that the visit of the
Prince of Wales to that city
had passed oil' (juietly and
had evoked an unexpected
amount of enthusian. Early
in the evening the government
officials declared that the at-
tempts of the Nationalists to
organize an opposition had
resulted in a failure, and that
the extent of the Loyalists
demonstration was surprising.
These declarations were bare-
ly uttered before the telegraph
brought accounts of rioting
in various parts of the city,
and the reports are becoming
more alarming every hour.
As the open carriage contain-
ing the Prince of Wales was
crossing the Parnell bridge
some one in the crowd threw
an egg at his royal highness.
The missile missed its aim but
hit one of the footmen behind
the carriage and the crowd
cheered. During the afternoon
a detective arrested a rowdy
who was throwing stones at
the Loyalist procession. A
mob speedily formed and at-
tempted to rescue the prisoner
and the detective tired his
revolver but without hitting
any one, and succeeded in
taking the prisoner to a police
court, where he was promptly
released on bail furnished by
the mayor of Cork. Early in
the evening the Nationalists
held a mass meeting, where
intlamatury speeches were
made, and the latest London
newspapers containing accounts
of the royal progress were
burned in a bonlire.
After the mass meeting the
Nationalists started through
the streets in parties number-
ing from fitty to 500. Doors
and windows were smashed,
(lags and decarations torn
down and heaped upon the
blazing bonfires, and many
gun stores were broken into
for the purpose of arming the
mob. Policemen, when en-
countered singly or in small
squads, were attacked and then
beaten with their own trun-
cheons. In many cases the
police rallied and charged des
perately upon the mob, but
they were invariably surround-
ed and repulsed. The police
then resorted to the fYee use
of their revolvers and bay-
onets. It was hand to hand
fighting of the most desperate
sort, the police standing back
to back and receiving and in-
flicting terrible injuries.
At midnight the streets were
practically in possession of the
mob. The policemen who re
mained uninjured could not
attempt to do more than re-
main in their positions and
fight in the defensive. In ad-
dition to attacks from the
crowds in the streets, the
police were exposed to a mur-
derously volley of stones from
the windows of houses and
other points of vantage. The
belief at midnight was that
the streets could not be clear-
ed without tbe use of ar*
tillery. ______
London, April 15—The
rioting at Cork has been sup-
pressed aud many arrests were
made, and the hospitals are
full of wounded police and
rioters.
solid trains,
WITH ALL MODERN til I'BO VE-
RI EN'IS, 'JURO' BETWEEN
GAL VES TON
AND
ST. LOUIS,
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS
OF ANY DESCRIPTION,
AND ONLY ONE CHANGE TO
CHICAGO,
CINC INN A TI,
LOUISVILLEi
BALTIMORE,,
WASHINGTON,i
PHILADELPHIA, NEW
YORK, BOSTON, AND
O Til Eli PRINCIPAL CITIES IN
THE
north & east
TRAIN LEAVING GAL VES TON
A T 110 P. M. HAS
Palman Palace Hotel
Car
THROUGH TO ST. LOUIS
CONNECTIONS:
Close Connections in Houston with trains
ol II. and T. C. and G. II. and S. A. R'y
system.
' At LiMle Rock for all points in the South-
east, and in the Union depot,St. Louis, with
Express trains in all directions.
For tieki-'s or any further information
apply to J. S. MacNamara, Tlckt.t Agent,
Galveston. Tex.
II. P. llughes, Passenger Agent. Houston
Tex.
II, W. McCULLOUGII.
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Galveston, Tex.
FIRES PUT OUT
NOTICE.
Is hereby irive th.it I have sold to Chris-
tian Hess of P< ¡lit Isabel, all my stock of
horses and cattle bearing the following
brand, wherever found on the American
side of the Rio Grande.
PILAR FERNANDEZ DE I IRA.
BY THE
"STAR" HAND GRENADE
FIRE EXTINGUISHER.
The original and only suri
Fiue Extinguishing Giie-
naoe, that should be in
EVERY OFFICE, STORE,
FACTORY AND IIOMB
IN THE COUNTRY.
Old Style.
Any Man, Woman or Child can
PUT OUT
A FIRE
WITH THE11
Always Ready.
Neveu Cam
Get
Out of Okder
Never Freezes.
Prioe $10 per doz^
Net Cash.
N.w Style.
Indorsed by Piro Marshals, In-
surance Men and everyone who
has seen them. Hundreds off
Finns Already Put Out witu
Tiiem. Send for pamphlet con-
taining full proofs.
M4.1VfACTJMD It TBI
Harden Hand Grenade Fire Extinguisher Coi
205 Wabash Avenue, CHICAGO.
NEW YORK Offiee, I BOSTON Office,
95 West Brwdwty. | 10 Oliver Street.
agriculture^
WAGONS.
ROAD CARTS,
PLOWS,
HARLiOWS,
FENCING WIRE
and Agricultural ImplirneotB at
SI OHM'S WARE ROOMS
Corner of WASHINGTON AND
11th STREETS.
FOR SALE CHEAP.
mr.12 lm
I hereby caution all parties not to inter
fere with the above named stock, except by
the written authority of me or Mr. William
Weudt.
mr30 C. 11ESS.
w
-THE
BEST TONIC.
This medicine, combining Iron with furo
vegetable tonina, quickly and completely
Cures Dvmim'pnIii, Indi^entlcn, (VpabncM-
I in mire Blood, Miliaria,(iitllM and Fever*,
and Neuralffta.
11 is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kidney* nnd l.tvcr.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all who lead sedentary lives.
ltdoes not injure the teeth,cause headache,or
produce constipation—oMt Iron medicines do.
It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates
the appetito. aids the assimilation of food, re-
lieves Heartburn and Belching, and strength-
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, &c„ it has no equal.
Tlio genuine has above trade mark and
crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
■ail* ouljby BUOWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, BO.
NOTICE.
KING, It. Ju., horse ami cattle brand.-
Ear-mark, crop ami split in each.
KING, MRS. H M. horse and cattle
brand. Earmark, hole and split in right ear
and crop oil' left; brand on the left hip.
All animals in these brands are branded
also K on left cheek.
KING, Richard. Santa Gertrudes, Nueces
Coyuty. Texas. Cuttle and horse brand.—
Ear-mark lor cattle, right ear cut off, hole
ami split in left.

KING. R. E.L.Santa Gertrudes, Nueces
Co.. Texas. Horse and cattle braud. Ear-
mark. hole and split in each ear; brand on
the left ribs.
MOTHERS.
If yon are failing; broken, worn
out and nervons, nse Wells' Health
Renewer. $1, Druggists.
KELSEY. J. P. & Co., Rancho Segundo,
Starr county, Texas. Cattle and horse brand.
Por esta hago saber que ninguna persona
tiene derecho á vender lo mió ningún ani-
mal de mi Herró sin venta 6 un papel de
venta coa los requisitos de ley
a¿:¡ ANTONIO ATKINSON.
* inkrox (0,\t]
is 94 milen Ion? ^P4,
fon tai ns :¡08t; ¡J 42 mile,
by Nueces county ,m ' 't
the west. R¡0 (jruil(l" w """h,
Gulf of Mexico on Z Bl"
14.950 inhabitants. JLlJ\
property is valiW í -J?1
f P«l city is lhowLv i?6ü'U,!,)-
about 4ót)(i inhabitant*. •' *hil
Jil() «runde, some mi'l^tf^'
Lat. 2.) 5:uo, Loin: q« ,1'ou'
inches above the level of t "nd 1
nected with Point | ab"l p *2
b^r the Rio Grande Rif' «
miles above, on the river ft
town ot importance m ¿
U.S. CIRCUIT & DISTRICT
WS&n.L'SSS
l)eputy I). & c. clerk. ' ¿ i
Deputy U. 8. Marshal, JoBvi
Term April 24th and
COUNTY ÜFFICIA
County Judtre
Sheriff,
County Clerk,
County Treasurer,
County Assessor,
County Collector,
County Attorney,
County Surveyor,
Justice of the Peace,
Constable, 3d precinot, ¿
CITY OFFICIALS.
Mayor, Tlh
City Marshal. j
City Treasurer, n
Assessor & Collector, j
City Attorney, ,
City Secretary m. B, K
DISTRICT COURT.
The District Court assembly,
Mondays in February and Seuei
Jud^e, J. C. Russkij,, Corni
Attorney, D. McNkil Tiunk i
Clerk. L. Kowakski, j¿(
CUSTOMS DISTRICT, BR
bAN'flAtlO.
' Collector, r(M|
Deputy Collector. E. II
Dep'y Collector at Pt. Isabel, j,
CONSULS.
UNITED STATES,
Consul General, \\\ p
Matamoros.
MEXICO.
Consul, Maxvkl
Browneviile.
.SPAIN.
Consular Agent, g
Rrownsville.
POSTOFFICE.
Mails leave for the interior viuL
City and Peña, daily, except Sua!
a.m. Arriving daily, except Moa
p. m.
Mail leaves daily for Point Isabel
Mail leaves morning of aailing
New Orleans steamer. ]
Jos. Hopkiss, Poaj
FORT BROWN.
Cap,tain J. M. Bhaiifoiid, Comn;
Here is stationed Company G, li
try. Capt. Bradford, and Troop I,8q
Capt. A. G. Hennessee.
Post Quartermaster, LtC.(
Post Adjutant, Lt.
RAILROAD TIMETABL
Rio Grande—Leaves Brownevillj
9 a. ra. Leaves Point Isabel dailyl
Matamoros & Santa Cruz Borne Ol
commtmce at 6 a. m. Last car M
Cruz at 9:30 p. tu.
Matamoros & Monterey RR.
trip «very other day except Sund
ing Matamoros depot at 9 a.m.
:o:-
KELSEY, John P., Rancho San Rafael,
Starr county, Texas. Cattle and horse brand.
MATAMOROS*
Is a walled city,situated on thei
of the Rio Grand s. about a mile did
Brownsville, to which it is connej
lior-e railway to Santa Crux, #cl
from the gulf of Mexico at BugJ"
mouth of the river. It is divli
sections, each controlled by alo
ry. and has some 19,015 inhabitant!
9,882 reside in the 13 seotionsof]
proper inside the line of fortifici
streets are well lighted with oil I
many of them paved with meiqu:
and it possesses a number ot
buildings, and a fine theatre cu8tin
and built during the French Intert
It is the starting point of a railwai
terey, and .always was the leading!
cial port on the northern frontier f
CIVIL OFFICERS.
Federal Judge,
Melqiiadé
Judge 1st instance, M
President. City Courcil, J'(,5iA8rl
Chief Police, í
Coll'r Federal Tax, J- B
Collector Stamp Tax, *•
Collector city tax, R. dk lossantj
CUSTOM HOUSE
Administrador, i
Contador,
Captain customs guards.
Paulo 0. Go
DEPARTMENT OF TIIE BB4
4th Military District.
Brigadier General
ing Division.
Chief of Stuff,
4th Battalion,
A. GOMKZ,
Col. C. Ca^
Major P.
Paymaster, ' Capt. J.unM G«I
5th Auxiliary cavaliy, to., j
fJüAN '
Col. I ^
I.KS.
Pnymnster
13th Reg Car
Fi^xeTniatiery of Artillery, Capt'
C. Losa.
POSTOFFICE.
Posti
J. SAI.A AB ,
Mail for Monterey and the id ^
Mondays and Fr day 1 J • m
Tuesdays and ^atur.lays ai l
Tamplco .n.l VlcwrlJ
day at 10 a m. Arrives
Sundays. M
Steamer mail leaves . U d
before steamer to«chw at "*^t. %
Mail to Brownnville leave ^ ^
and returning ib receded 199 -

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The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 207, Ed. 1 Monday, April 20, 1885, newspaper, April 20, 1885; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth177977/m1/4/ocr/: accessed August 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.

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