The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 18, 1885 Page: 3 of 4
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i Over Yturria's Store,
, IMPORTER OF FINE
AND HAVANA CIGARS.
WHISKIES, BEER & CIGARS
Has always on hand Domestic and
Foreign Canned Goods, Preserve;!,
Champignons, Truffles, ^c.
A large line of Breech-loading and
Repeating littles, Shot Guns and Pisto
, of the best makes, at low prices.
Common and fine brass Gasoline Lam
With Globes, every style of Kerosei
Cartridges of all Kinds.
Also Agent, for the well known
Dupont Powder Company.
.Constantly lleceiving New Goods.
In ffvery Btjlo and atwonderfnll;
. Largest assortment outside oí
New York City, at
Opposite Cosmopolitan Orrro
Botica del Leo
H BROWNSVILLE, TEXA
MATAMOROS & MONTER
HttENOMBNA OF GRAY
Many persons begin to show
gray hairs while they are yet
i# their twenties, and some
ti|nje in their teen. Thi9
es not by any tuear.s argue
premature decay af the con-
itution. It is purely a local
henomena, and may co-exist
ith unusual bodily vigor*
lany feeble porsons, and
i thers, who have suffered ex-
remely both mentally and
physically do not blanch a
Íair until past middle life;
hile others, without, assigna-
ble cause, lose their capillary
coloring matter rapidly when
about forty years of age.
Race has a 'marked influx
ence. Tho traveler, Dr. Or-
bigny, 8ays that in many years
he spent in South America,
he never saw a bald Indian,
and scarcely ever a gray hair-
ed one. The negroes turn
more slowly than tho whites.
Yet we know a negress of
pure blood, about thirty-live
years old, who is quito gray.
M. yimonin informed the
Geographical Society of Paris
tho other evening, that the
Oherokees and Creeks alone
of tho American Indians pos
seased the art of writing. The
former, he said, write with
seventy-s* ven phonetic char
acters, invented by one of
their tribe in 1830. Tho
Creeks have nineteen charac-
ters. The notorious Sitting
Bull had written bia biography
in pictorial writing, each
figure roughly traced in ink.
His "Caesar's Commentaries"
were written on the back of a
book which belonged to the
commissariat of the Third
United States Infantry, and
contained a recital of his ad-
ventures between 1864 and
Edinburg, Hidalgo Co., Texas,
A full, assorted and choice stock of
General i/erchandise, kept constantly
on hand. The highest cash price paid
jor all country produce. Qnick sales
and small prolits.
* Jiut received a fall assortment
IAU DE COLOJE,
ESSEN018, Etc ., ete.
We call special attention t
have on hand a full assortu
'the finest chemical and pharj
Prescriptions carefully p¡
$*7 and night.
'• *■' n|2j.
Jv^rr evening at the newuooibn
íli'aabeth Street in front k I'ulg-
natfé drug atore.
Especial accommodate for
Cream in any stj
Gen. Grant's name was not
' Ulysses S. Grant." „ It was
Hiram U. Grant. The Pre-
sident's name is not "Grovcr
Cleveland." It is Stephen G.
Cleveland. The great spe-
culator's name is not "Jay
Gould." It is John J. Gould.
A garden at an expense of
$15,000 is to bo laid out iri
the Place des Etats-Unis
where the reduced statue of
''Liberty enlightening the
world," the gift of Americans
to the city of Paris, is erected.
The times are very hard at
Merthyr Tydvil, Wales. Why
doesn't Wales send some of
her Merthyrers to America?
A perspiring Chicago editor
sarcastically awaits "the re^.
turn of the alleged and so-
led refreshing lake breeze."
It is sad that Gen. Grant's
tomb is not to be at Washing-
ten. Every new correspon
dent would have written it up
What has Mr. Roach doce
with all the money the govern
uient has paid him? Is it
possible that it has all gone for
summer coal for the poor?
Used herbs in doctoring the family, and
her simple remedies MI* vVRE ia
moat eases. Without the use of herbs,
medical soiéiice would bo powerless;
and yet tho tendenos jf the times is to
neglect the best of aliremodies for thoso
Íioworful medicines that seriously in-
ure the system.
is a combination of valuable herbs, car e- •
fully compounded from the formula of
a regular Physician, who used this pre-
scription largely in his private practico
with great sucseas. It is not a driuk.but
a medicino used by many physicians.
It is invaluable for DYSPEPSIA,
KIDNEY and LIVER COMPLAINT ,
NER VO US EX HA US TION, WE A li~
NESS, IXDIGESTION, &c.} and while
curing will not hurt tho system.
Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron
man of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes:
time tho boy wbh quito well."
"B. A. Scjiellentrager, Druggist, 717
St. Clair Street, Cleveland, 0., writes:
"Your Bitters, I ran say, and do fay, e*ft p«>.
nerilxNl by sown of the oldutit and moat prgmincut
pbyHicianHin our city." ^
MISHLER HEBB BITTEBS CO.,
1525 Commerce St., Philadelphia.
Varkor's Pleasant Worm Syrup Waver Fails
45 Ocvi. and
40-00 Craia flwtillgM.
Very Strong. PcrftaUy Safe.
THE BEST EiFLFi
feeuve than 44-cul.,viliicb une «null «mount oi
powdor and lead. Superior inaccurucy,rapidity,
model irnd fiuifch, to any other.
DATTftDtl O tiller y, Sporting nn<l lerget
MLÍjAIÍIJ Rifles. Send for Catalogue.
ttarlin Fire Arms Co. Sew Eayeu Ct.
■3 EE 33
Favorite Carriage (jo.,
WHOLESALE MANUVACTUREU9 OP PÍSB
Best in the world at the price. Ask your
dealer for tlicm. If not handled in your
f)lacc, write lis dircct. Will send C'ata-
oguo and Lithographs.
On a good lot, at clump ground
rental, on 13th street in thi.- fitv; a
comfortable house, in good repair,
w ith| cowidor and kitchen. Any
one w.anting a bargain should ap-
ply at once at this office.
Samples sent by mai
The BEST In the World
r .m\ i
W- & J. SLOANE
A GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES OF
ALL GRADES OF GOOD3.
UOQUETTES, from $2. 2.5 upward
BODY BRUSSELS, from . 95 upward
TAPESTRY, (Brussels) from . 50 upward
INGRAINS, from . 40 upward
CHINA MATTING, from §5 per roll of
OIL CLOTHS, M' V2U7GS. IN
Oar four 3f«¡srs. Wlilte hare dftvoteil their Urea
to tho study of developing the Hood Or ¡mu, the
lenior having manufactured Organs for SÓ years.
Their construction Is áft ■ Bill B"a ■ m
positive $ brnrlg
and will not get out of
Repair or Tuno
IN MANY YEA US,
oveI.8 o styles
in Bnyingan ORGAN don't bo led into purchasing
one that contains a great AllRA Y OF STOPS
and FEW HEEDS but writo to a
who will furnish you at even less money aJlnt-elm
ORGAN. Stops cost but a few cents cach
Write for our CATALOGUE and diagram
showing construction of the INTERIOR oí
ORGAN3, SENT FREE TO ALL «nd
AGENT'S DISCOUNTS allowed where we
bave no Agent.
Wilcox ¿White Organ Co.
BKERIOEN, COR .
Sealed proposals for the construc-
tion of two brick walls, for the im-
provement. of the County Jail, will
be received at my oilice, in the
Court House buildiuir, up to 10
o'clock si. m. on the 20th instant.
The county furnishing niatormls,
and the work to be supervised by si
committee named for the purpose.
For specifications apply to the
E. C. FORK),
Aug 12th, 188$.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty oft the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
.. « «. p
Represents the following well
ANCHOR MILLING COM-
]>ANY^of St. Louis,Jine Flours.
J OI]N T. GIBBONS t<c Co.,
of New Orleans.
MORRIS McGRA IF, New
Orleans, Willow II are, Rope etc.
Mess. 8.11ERNSIIRIM Bros.,
of Nev) Orleans, for the mle of
their renoioned Leaf Tobacco.
*ull lines of samples of Coffees
and tyl! classes of goods received
from standard houses. Can compete
with any in this market.
Telephone in Office.
Mr. Lazurtegui proposes to issue
weekly price currents of staple
goods, such as flour, coffee and
. ' jly2tf
On and after Juuo 7th, lS!s>. there
from the New Saloon on Elizabeth
street, in front of Putognat's Drug
Store. Cream in good ityle.
P. M KTÍRY, 1
E. H. Goodrich,
Attorney at Law & far Pdiuc
e, cameron county,
Spkoiat. Attention Given to
conveyancino and collections.
Los pobres do esta ciudad,
pueden obtener un atahud for-
rado de pereel negro y el
uso de mi carro fúnebre chico
por el módoeo precio do $6
neis pesos. Por alquiler sola
del carro $2 dos pesos.—G.
Will Keep For
Coffins covered with Black
Calico and furnish small hearse
for Six Dollars.
Hoarse alone two dollars.
Corner Opposite Telegraph
Manual of all Bíimin,
Uj r. IIUIPUKKTH, H, B.
rnoiiLX notmD in
CLOTH nnd GOLD
LIHT OF rUIHCITAt NOB.
'"Worm , WoruilWer. V/oriuC ilo....
CryIne Colic, or 'l'onlhira of Infaula.
Itlnrrlionof Cbildrauor Aaults..
Ilyionlory. Griping, Bilioua (Julio. • ••
Cholera 5lorbi!(l,Vomit lag .'....
|7 I.'oukIií. OoM, rsfoncliitii... .
MIURIIIi IVUiu, Dronv.lIU'i... - .•••••••••«
Xc.iirnU'la. 'i'notlci Jo. t'(i"C oli9
Ilcmiaflien. Hi vie Hcadenho, V«rtico..
illyNimpHla.' Uiliimu Ht/>rn«ch
or ¡ ti-r-i, i*.<riada..
JVIsitet., uk> l'tyliíi i. i jriodi
Croup. CuurIi, Onl.tnl . Ii: jtliln*....
Holt • lv mi,Kry ip«lt(<, J.nipttoiia..
illieir ) !!.'Ill, lihxtiinnl.
'Vvorrmi A'iU)'. « lilo,
I'tlCH, I'ltiul or liloodiiw. ..y......
Cnturrlt. Ii.ilii n-/.a. * Ml In tbn HexL
Nnrvou llclil lty......................1
Dl.icatc of tlici Heart, i,ali'itfttion..Iw
ho IJ !;> Hrnjrifiiiti. or urnt poHtpiid onrtonlptof
M.-UtHrHRKYh' IlKOltlAli 10., 109 lulUatM. S.t.
H. Criesselich & Co.
Weavers' Hall, Wool Exchange,
Ship to order any description of
British and Continental Goods up-
on per cent, commission, solect-
cd l>y buyers with Colonial ex-
perience, and attend to the prompt
realization of Produce at iiiphest
prices upon 1 par cent, commission.
Orders to ho accompaniod with
Letter of Credit or part-remittance
in Bank Drafts or prodnce. Open
Policies of Insurance for floating
cargoes to oover sea risks.
References: Agra Bank,
don, and most of the C(
Current Price Lists, I
Reports, and any neceesary f
or information on npplieatir
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The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 309, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 18, 1885, newspaper, August 18, 1885; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178079/m1/3/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.