Brownsville Daily Herald, July 4, 1892

Brownsville Daily Herald

July 04, 1892

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Brownsville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1892, Brownsville, Texas BUI »WNSVILLM, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING. JULY 4. 189a—FOUR EAG ES. .so Ss rn la wlii/'f? iii* VO tw ( Iiiof III Hut* mort* ive iu Bi •i'' Pi/MTU/ Woo/ .    Afw&»4\ f*/f !> it Atm I •:£    % mi*4 \* ‘a© Cdf. TI* ii»' UiA a**4 I rill fie Im ere eng .go n*-'.* whole* ti l*\v Moville un.I |1* x et I, *1 hey Jo cool jell vil these hot, sultry arni asphaltum. His store is one „    I W<*ek frtiia the Bio Grande rail- CiiMjf JlK ii ^ MAKIS.    !    ,    , j IXJ AU Ut* J ut. II. If. SCOTT, tiowntati or %2»uinrza. The resignation of Proddent Ank'ozi Ibdac lo tuarks tile bepill* mug «»t’ the end of the civil tear iti \ '•'ii ess ii ('I a* Fleeted to <»I Ii ch rl his is another .-launch lew firm in Brownsville. They arc strict \ butine*# in the fullest roust* of the 1,1(1 ^nr,,Buro man lins a card in earlv in 181)0, he was not eligible j wor t, ami tin ;r industry aud rn teg l,l’s i-ome. ‘ Iiry in attending to all hiuiners (!0'‘vi,,cn y,‘n tijat «««*«•«• same nni;i was illuminated rioti a colorin! can dies and Wa* hurtled Before it. Chinamen in tin* city wefts arni as.-’.-ted in tho cerciiiouii The funeral took place * i I. __    . J    r*    ^    v    ii turin 111 .Milieu ot tins veal" intrusted to them, ta proverbial. 0 a li.,« of fiiriiittiro na can Im , lie ellll>k,Ved hi* resource of Theykiep iii their oflice a corn- j1    1,1 llu‘ larg<*r uities or tile cunning and polit leal intrigi l>!«!o anti    i    *. ‘‘tate, aud his prices are as low.! prevent the choice of a nwei I hose rattan rockers, mid settees A visit to ilia store will under the constitution fir- rtf- clee* | “’clock vosterdp y atcriioon lion atter the expiration of Iii** I LTrwlvrtnker Mi Con nick. term in March ut tins year; lint coffin all ‘lie dead lean ow gathered around to take Jpt* to the remains and titan plate aud it liable abstract oi Ca l"tate» auding prices are hs low. prevent the choice of a successor. orchc?tin struck up a Ii ,og Ju tliis way he retained contin! ol orchestra wa* rom pus large tom-toms /or co cymbal, tam houri no and the uproar was was mild in tho mouth Hod the coffin Amid mach burning of p aud was carried to ti where a procession of a meron count; *s record.    i    *    *      -.....—    ,    .. ...... i. e i    ii„    i    ,    |    file    executive    otujc    iii defiance ot -auvmiLU XA-noSAL bank. I?"*    "■    He    1ms    »: ,aw »it|, ,1,0 support of tho I    .    ...    ..    1    «*»«    bu;1    iud    01    inc  Actional Bauk of * **    *    .f 1 1    ”    I’cr,l,u minis jgams n of Caracas, ll*; lins been ♦w'm.viim was opened for bud- i aml    ref    rigor* tor*,    gal* j compelled by a popular uprising * >* OU Csiu itll da v ,.f Juno I MI I ltMT# L'hiiir*'    bendies,    mat*    hind a military revolt iii nearly ail •    »    ...    rlw. Ini....*•    .....    «    ..    I:. ‘ & da I of &oO,G<a). lh 11 Ie retail dfv j • m *' p* ing tile board rd grocer t> tot On. Air, ctonr aud'the t»ffjc«*is, are n«»ted T)llcer* treaa aud * pnn ga. It will pay you i impottant provinces ti* red I ti vanish the struggle and to abandon tla dice. A brief Interval of iniii to pee ids furniture and get n lur*, setter iiifculwr of t! t* icoljstantiy iv JNleW I oiji t|c) arc tipis enatic*# I to avail Ivw- ut the ‘c*tl advantages by tim iiinik't. i hi :.>[]> JAO lr. in fin* c Skr«il#a t«*r tiieir eofi^or JOHN J. KLKIUKJt. ........  J    ~    i    ----—‘'-v* "* ** j tary dictniorslnp will ensue, since stven hack#, headed by public order eau not be restored I ingtati (iuaid band, ;♦ I..........,.1    ...i :......t    .    i    iv    .    r    .. i WM v.tMM iu,4    t,ct    ,„j    We    c*ll    lo    the    curd of 'I' tl,e."“""""J    >"    j    ,\ViUl * fu".‘:ral «■«* l*y| • ,    .    '    way;    nut    heloic    many    weeks    a    the procession went eastvi my C.i.t-I,.11*011.,IJT,    lur ninny    loin. I. Kl^ib. r, t,<j Mr. Klt-ib. r jprehdeutial    election    will    be    held,    Mmket    .street    to    Tie. year.-* ha**    r iv* |iicelcd    a b«*iivr    is a rising young attorney    if 11 • i    and    tho    normal    eouditi    ms of    con-* | thence    to    tile beach, aud iii <t n    ell is fully suppii«*d in    place ami everyone speaks    iii iii* tho first    A*th|>u*i vt    highest teims of his ahility.    In.tin Bruwusvilhj. I Fit AKS IJH hX\. t you can cheap hb fat. s. ll ishiiiotit. Hiid NY I * i to Ble|*ii»tnt Saloons, w Ii are y«»u tm get lf rn ein»ice»t liquors and eig*r$ t«» be found iii YI A    It sale    ai pl    Andor    In iiliipmrs and cigar*, iinpoited •    .    . J!    1    .    >r    i I *    ii    "f    <»h*    Continental fcijiiuslic. All'. v«*gt*U a Ci li>»iv j ii?I •    i*j | i    . Hll'i it lllltS J. I *H ill11    f    SulriAiw mfitpj wiiii tne liin“ w ins id ever/fbi and, an I in ak* wim-s (rom him ace in tho Cuitei to visit Ills Cst1 ^■I    J    S.    A:    M. II. (' As wilt be seen by f| . i-uaiLllt in tho 11 UU ALII ^b.»le~a*»: dry gimels I rn fi^ty, bl**Me- paving motional govorumont restored. I Aa it passed along, (k« wham Audueza liHs been one of the • i»g ami bunding of the Chino* ]    ,    .    >    *    .    mitst corrupt and mercenary presi*., attests could be heartliuLdi WK.I^Uxy ,d ItroWi.fViilu lit* „    i|ltrn    ,    wjt|,    jhwiT    tbd^,;u>ic    of    tin, band. Ju«r west light la o\ no means one ot the iii Spanish America A poor man «»f tile Bench hotel ti e codlin was Iomt ohm aud it is constantly when lie mitered upon tim oh im* he amassed a great fortunu in tin.* I * iver rowing brighter. w ii. Mi*0Jf i.s<}.    J almost wholly at the ex[*ense of uti Z‘‘S mu Mu’li or so of our space i^he count ry\ Bis auccesstM* will Ukuii out and Imndflils of nct* •cat term I over it. By tbs tiara it "    *    J    y    »    Ilv    I    I Mf!Cf ,i k ^ Course of two years and ma«ie it 1 reached the H*ftch the queer pro-, cession was reinforced oy a crowd •    ---- '--    IHI <6* I* nil    men    OI    BO OI    our    Fpaco I    “    J*    *    *    *    nm the citjr, Tile C mitiuantHl Sal.hid t(. put bill,.cif bef,,re tho public: tt"d.tlle lr**H?,,ry «»"ll"y. ilia civil I,., recoinJy been 1 nilled cud „ „„ ,tt,.rnev. Mr. .M eon it well h°ril TI r^'ru,UU 'Vl|h sl’l'"dtlin It-f.a.ittt'it .. . I i.    .    ,    I    hmm-takers and ad vent ti ids and T ‘J w    ^ ,fi :l (',H* •    known as a lawyer, and will Caro-    al! the industrial    interests of    til* cony resort uric*re you eau w:*i.*e    fully aud conscientiously attend    country suffering    from spoiliatnm *«cy c lew we,incut a of lcUniu iii    t.. cur U%.l bu-iucs* ei:trn*tc>l tu    »'"! »slmu«i,.n.    lbdmaeedi    w». y .Ju a|*«UA-i.l |;x-,|«ol ,-ird« „r n jiamu.d    'fry him. Vol: will find mw in |W*I «r Milord.    »*.    hi.    elcatut    him ct hi.    office, cr,.cr    U-voo    cd new tcldec. H    .re .vt cltentb.u    J iii,, street.. .M-iTa-    to    wad    on yml always)    -mm hell Mid the bar.    iii!    will    be glad j t-Aae grocery a o.m i mL% Mexico. j    ^ Ii I wnoleaate busine** in lliu I ^ I WUU X can    JKUXKOK # ii I JK*!. 77//.V AKI) rn AT. an usurper, who involved h pros- [H*r<ms country in civil war from bis unwillingness to tolerate I # ' I at ive control, but bo had many of men and boys, black and white, who trudged along with it until tile cemetery, three ii lei went ward, was reached, About people were there already, h*v gone OIH oil the cars, to Wit; the Unt ritet. When the grave was roached hIi tim mourners, -built fifty in number, with heads uncovered* formed >i line through which the aofiiu |l«lt cense « f die I I v he s* ell by tm l^rg*. | hut of g*»**iis alt I pp< d ady by lim    law finn of    Monroe A Sterne    of Grande    City will be A nim seeking a means    of    lire- > jym t** ail pal ta    ot thiskmtttry, jgln*l to    hsutdle aqj^ rn.    bu , i in tbat    libood does what he    eau,    not    ab ii a na hp a    .V    nuo.    U«ilt kin    tor von. Tiler    are sti.»iglu    ways what lie likes. 1    a    m    o not * rapacious and dislionot I    If    Hi,.,;- „    r    ti    i j executive. General ihmdoru iu it,    it liu^intss    for    tin*    mere bant ti* .    . ....    .    ; Brazil was Kiiotnnr ar* itrary prest to display ins " **re.s in the most at- lJrllt who defied tim national legis-ti’.n ti we munn* r.    1 * amiable traits of character and wt^ | and its paDiiaareis passed. The casket was laid beside ihe grave and the cover being taken utf til reii»aui8 were exposed to view firm of *V»Miiliuo lh »aijrc-[ io# have something <» say men and know* their b tailless. A. a. TUP KU    t. Altbnugli the weather is very dry, we find pleuly of vegatablos in The body wj<s covered with silken sheet, w th the Jut cm Urn face. I he latter was removed sue showed the body in a badly cie issue about their til ugro- of Victoria, Texas, law y*-r and *a ti,e in,ir*kt‘^ ilM,l n‘> lack of beau ti w. ;lk*c-f ii Kit ill Vt ’oil of SM .Mf ‘o'U.t STAVEN 4 Kl-FUKBG. \ is is one of the strongest ag;      *    .    I    iimii    c    /mo    iim^    iiko n uiiri ai ioi cc » the oldest law firma in tlr*rtf***puredrwgi, fan^v ,*1* m*f    *    a#    tbe{\\u that qwirjnr of tho world. Ii ii . -i    .    .    wuli    f.i    •iiii;tii    nit    iPifo    n    I    .*    .A    »£    •    .    •>..»    ... ^-1.    41... a * I. .. ^    !    .    _____ u of the state, having been f    artndt>,    pat* tried%ier( painG, oils ct teas, chocol*t<*# c«'lT*c Hud ! laud agent places a card aith us.j^^1*^ Tr.ig:.i!if th)mars. s. I hey have the pra^fyl Mr.^ljiurmond is* r »it*g pmng One feature the stranger notes st Ri#ort«nafit of rKiitbi hiwyer <*f tho state, un I i. per.cct- iM    Brovvasville    is    lier to lip found it any Store reliable He deals «*Jltyns»vcly cl0an ■froota—another the beautifnl iwcst lh ahs. Go -lid tK I^tate and ait bb«»iue8s    trrt^ which evnrywlmre udnrn Uture and established a brief die ta to rah ip, but be, too, had many r»deeming qualities aud acted nu • ler sell*ms provocation, Andiitza j oomposed state. Great inanes was a lower urn] more debased type tinware Mere dumped .id; t> of Usurper. Ile had no capaeit} \ casket, filling it U[»,    *♦» 1 a b t < for public affairs and was simply j ‘‘nickela''* were tosstJ in <>rs a corrupt intriguer, who was in j it. They money was lo help* the places with him will have prompt Jt!le 9free*H* Few towna of her size Mtteiit ion. JAS EPM L. PPT EQ N jT present ho beautiful an appearance. We wish to offer to anc of our office to make a fortune and ru-mained there for the pickings aud stchiifigs as long ag he could mnes-, ter a regiment to support hint. Andncza is the third president in Spanish America win has been defeated within a year in a campaign ofuMMpiiiou against consti tutional law and popular rights. Biddie, opinion is beginning to have rome*bing like a moral force tidied in ibBd. lion. J. II. i • «..... ,,    niuiuUr,    l„BJ    cluurjpj    *    Hie    |* *<:■    „    e j business tor the firm iii this! U*»uru drt^rt mud chem* in ( wish to crtiumun icate a free use of is not enough that tin**e is a gar our column!. Any coutnntnica- ! ri*^n *** tho national capital ready tire drug; aud c .up ort. GoinpXnt aiid thorough pliarmij mid egrroan hug country,    - ... Sujbtn mn! lvlolieiv    cltU    Miind id a1 C',r|iii» ClirUti,    M    pm    per«cri|j william ‘ Ml. Kelly jilnce* a card    del j,m informing tin wit *f J they can y£ o.o’Jtm d Hill H,‘44^e you their itidividj bn. A huge mkL York Tribune. A ChtnamatVs Funeral. tions which wii! serve in any \v*iy !to takt* or‘,eni lrn,n ambitious exe l^lo grumote th« guueral welf.r, or    **li°    * l'7*n    \h" i.    ,    ,    I public will and to overrule the de- j^lten    Iii    on matters    either j cisious of legislato.^-a. There have political, or otherwise been patriotic uprisings in Chile, jlU received.    I    Brazil and \ enezuela against usur* and pressing need of    ''""'V "Y* lMC'‘, '","C am &    I people a cause has triumphed. All a system of    water    tho-u trre hopeful signs for the EL    ollr people    once    future of Spanish America.—New « » A    . - * of abundant waddle pI;*hsure of ^ of liatiiru’s About two weeks ago a yonn** Chinaman named Ah Ham. cm4 rn icry, of plowed    hi    a    laundry    on Market potation|»treof, was taken ill -with typhoid atmos- • fever and despite all that medical k*nt to could do for bim, died Tties-- [day moinirig about daybreak. Ik j That night be was wa Led,n to Ufo a Milesian expression, in the ^most »;j ved sfvie of the Flow ry kingdom. The corpse, richly ■Hid, was laid out on a table |it itr> bead aud feet joss sticks ilia rued all night and red cr    Slips    were aet <• j    ti re    .and in/**. T    r    i>i v    hcT . drvi>    ft    > c    ter- *l*rce*8ed along tho road ii, fiiit celestial kingdom in case he g..f sidetracked or lost his tin. u-h ticket. Hack ages of jo** stick* were stuck in the ground at tho foot of tho grave and lighted and tri eat, bunches of prayer slips we to burned and east to tile wind . Witb tho accompaniment cf a fcuer.d dirge by the D8itd tho c.u ; g :«*as lowered into tho grave and covered with earth, dosing th strange ceretuoi v. The C’niiie*e bef ic va that nonr of their race could rest in j> rt<*e in strange lands, and in cot -c.p.ifnio atter a time tim bones are taken up ami forwarded to Chinn. In about; eighteen month*, when there is hardly anythinir more left of >Vh Liam than honest they will Ins taken out by lits fnemjs, and atter being boiled .in lye and scraped clean, they will be packed iii a small box and forwarded ti> his old home for final bt.riai. A nu iii her of file colored people preseat at th* burial were disappointed, if not grieved, because* there was not roast pig left on tim grave. I his practice, which, leu laden into disuse among ilia Chi • neat, was for the purpose of keeping the dead num’s stomach lilied on his long journey to tim realms of light.—Galveston News. There are papers printed i« Hagfish, spanish, German ami Bohemian in Texas, and an cx-change wondyj^fey JSUttifl Be llL^^b • ;