The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 248, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 23, 1892 Page: 1 of 4
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l*m Stout, Brownsville, Tfxas, Entered at thib PoerorncK at Bkowxsvillk, Texas, as Second-claw Mattkk.)
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A FITfX ASSORtfeEtMl <J '
FANCY (+(** #.
of t!."J 1>^& rtinlülilt
OÍ all in i>a*cning Bower.—U. S. Gov't Report, An0 t"j, 1889,
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interests of this
tt£fJNUc*iion of the dai-
Paitts, OSe, Widow <Vflrs, JflfltUr
i'HirjwwiTioNs cAKWrtrr>íi«^ «
«JOÜTdtflfTOSD, AT Al£. KOUml ^ IT
Of £«*, DAI <44 KJMI1.. f>0#8V|iaE, ALICE.
JWÜft. Bro#m iIl* daily at 6 a. m.,
4MHW9indaj| ^nivc* at Alice in 40
WtíÜÍpSALE AND l«^U
Dry CSoo.cts, ':t
Waives A0* doi'v éxcopt Sundays
0"jk a. jjt 4p i «B in; Brownsville in
^lOWNBTILLE AKD IMO
f grande chtv.
an oye ho made the leap, just a,
the big locoinoti ve and three oars
fell with a terrific crash into the
chasm. The rest of tho train held
The creek which on1y a few mo-
ments before was but a minor
stream, was swollen ,and had car-
ried away the biidgo soon after the
passenger train crossed. Engineer
Powers, in jumping landed in
twelve feet of water and after a
thrilling struggle escaped being
carried away by the current.
«¡to w'yitfrt. r,e, tk x a $
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* Brow'xvillp. -Mondav Wod-
m and Frdav at- 7 hi., arr'ves at
03 i ( itv noxt d:4v nt 7 p. in.
' i aP^itv*>M Rl'> íJrnuli v'.ítv 'Mondav,
w^tlWs'iay. ;tnd Fri lav.-M'1 a in., r.r-
tl riv.^gp jjiowusvi h\ next dar at 7 p. in.
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Hie "eiAI, 4 <rtteita*t running
chin, m the *SfW. Took th*
jroid rufi'Lii., vm « h#** ««ikht
PARIS FA III
A i\ TV*
$* *>■* V:
|ooMEit«f la'seOT, H.
Ik*m Jit'jta* U J. «. ,
CotinSl lilolTs,*.., .Tin,3 IT —
tiMrni^t'd clund burst, a
'««alii*1' 4f*in U^'ic l d wn with
^<M%iiii^ight l£ra!y srditi and k
a freight trai/ jn a creel*,
ii #*i pictured to tho eyes of
t\uiim&Q)\i! of fuming *,r, the Chi-
c4f|^ jterumfl^h anil CJ 'incy rail-
wafi, t^Mcs east of this
di, -%ü ^ 4^fit ways from
wreck. At day"
■am of water
tpinti oui of its
10^^'' /clo vr a dark,
• hísíptáí |t«i««id moved upon that
th« w|*t. The dull'i
l«#i4tid scouted to be
«g# h #aveledfwid when
40%&y\ ap(j4VMI to drop to the
■lllftorKUmo after tbia strange
Ba^M^ton pais niger
rife'th 9a |ü 4lor.g beari ig an
Sl^.i'iui'jor (Wf travel-
a la oil o«d«/e at Oor-
~ pro^aed «J on in
a'.y. .1 tn<la htikí
9 '¿'««sad tly M-idga
«MÜ^ra cieek. Seven
t train fol-
Keokuk, Iowa, J une 18.—Gene^
ral Ji^hri M. Scbofiuld, Coiuioan-
detsiii'Child* of the United States
Army, was married to Miss (.ieor
gia Ivilbotirue at St. John's Kpis-
Church today by Rev. Mr.
Alelí va i no.
Iniim diitrly after the eereinony
a wtdtliiig hreaktMBt was partaki n
of at the luimo of ilra. ttco. 1''.
ivilbounic. Fruin 12:30 Xo 2:30
litis afternoon those holding uivi
t..(K*n« wtM-e rcctdved at the family
n sideline. Promptly at 2.80 Com
p iny A, bucuiid Uegimeiit, I. N.
(j. and Curtis Camp Sons of Ve*
teruns, preceded by a band, escort^
ed (itinera! Schotield to the Hotel
Keokuk, where a public reception
was held. The General expressed
a desire to meet his old comrades
in this city, many of whom were in
his brigade during the war. The
reception was given uuder the
auspieea of Torreuce Post G. A. K.
and overybody wa* iuvitod. A
pieasing feature of the occasion
was the special invitation to the
school children and youug people
extended by the General to come
and shake hands with him. From
4(10 to 500 children, each carrying
a small ñag, were present in addi-
tion to the veterans and citizens.
Late this afternoon the General
and his bride, together with Lien*
tenants Andrews and Bliss, left on
a special ear for San Francisco.
Rotne, «fuñe 17.—The Fanfulla
states that Signor Corte, late lúu.
lian consul at New Oneans, at the
request of Pretnier Hudini, has
prepared a report on the Mew Or-
isons affair. Signor Oorto affirm*
that tho victims belonged to ao
particular society, ware nor*
rauge, where the old chief Victo*
ria and hie band had their head
quarters in 1881. They have been
acting ugly and threatening the
settle . A militia company has
boon organised, and at the first
intimation of trouble a war of ex*
termination will be waged against
El I ens burg, W^h., Jane 17.—
The Wenatehia stage was held up
by masked highwaymen yesterday,
twentytttve miles from here The
driver was forced to throw ont the
U. S. mail bags and the paseensgcrs
were compelled to ont thejn open
and select all the registered pack-
ages. The rebbera got the spoils
and told the driver to go on. A
sheriff's potse. is in pursuit.
Koine, June 17.—The radicals in
tho chamber of deputies, are start-
ing tho agitation for the abolition
of the duty on corn. It is probable
that tho duty on wheat Will be re-
Leavenworth, Ken., June 18.—
Judge Itiuer in the United Statea
circuit "ourt this afternoon overrul-
ed the motion tor a new trial in the
case of ^liarles A. Benson, convict-
ed of murdering Mrs. Theresa Mat-
tcmann'nnh military reeervation
laft fall and seutei ced the prisoner
to be hanged on November 5 1891.
J'OK O VER* FIFTY YEARS
Mus. W inslow'b Soothing Stbu*
lias been used for over fifty years
by millions of mot hers for their
children wlitie teething, with per-
fect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wiud colic, and is the best
remedy tor Diarrhoea. It will ro-
lieve a poor littl^ sufferer imme-
diately. Sold by Druggists in
every part of the world. Twenty-
five cents tier bottle. Be sore and
ask for *'Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrap and take no other kind.
Walla Walla, W. T., Jnne 18.—
Six of the seven soldiers charged
with killing A. J. Hunt, April
24th, are on trial. Patrick Mc«
Meridian, the seventh, was granted
a separate \rial.
London, June 17.— Artiit Far-
rer, who «ras well known in Atne-
sica, is dead.
San Francisco, Cal., Jnne 17.—
None of the United States vessels
ordered to Behring aea have left
yet. The orders are * aaid to have
New Orleans, La., J one 18—At
2 o'clock today represen tati vea of
the city press, seoular end religious
will meet at the Pioayune
take sujhmeasnros asma
boat ■ to raise funds for
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only remedy of its kind oyer pro-
doosd, pleasing to the taste and ac-
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may not havo it on handwill pro.
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Steamers make trips between Mew
Orleans or Morgan City and
Brazos de Santiago via GalvesUa
about every ten days.
For further information apply to
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Largo allowanoé is tOj
for the swooping
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Dougherty, James. The Daily Cosmopolitan (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 248, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 23, 1892, newspaper, June 23, 1892; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth178080/m1/1/: accessed July 28, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.