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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 19 September 1893

• f* • I ■ ,Brownsville locals. -ooo- The river is on a staud. The Boys in Blue will be made happy to-day. ■ • * : < The Grand Jury brought in one indictment yesterday. ,roto business was transacted in, the Í) ¿strict court yesterday. The steamer Clinton jailed from Morgsto City yesterday for Brazos Santiago. Jurors were being summoned yes- terday for to try {he^Conde murder case today. A large "Aligátor" was seen near where the jetty is being constructed on the Mexican side of the river yes- terday. The murder ease State of Texas vs. Gregorio Coiide will have the , attention of the court to-day. Deputy sheriff CaraUtnpio - arrived over the M. ,& M. R. R. last evening with two attached wit- nesses fro^m Starr county. Daniel Rodriguez was ttied be- fore U. { . Commissioner C. F. Tilghman yesterday for violation of the internal revenue laws and was released under $ too. bond to appear before the next Federal Grand Jury. The steamboat Bessie will arrive this mornning from up riv...

Publication Title: Daily Metropolitan, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 19 September 1893

. % fflrw I >. ' 1 ■ 1ft &}>■■ ' ■. EE' m¿ 1 KV: te. I Ea&fc H& 6J&. ¿ft. ' ; ■' ''' &$■;■" ÉMí m THE FUTURE RAILWAY GATE ANP QUEEN CITY OF THE MÓ GRANDE. ^Cameron County. The Oem o/ the Southwest. No where In it's long and winding course «oes the Bio Grande Mm ao fertile ahorca as those adjacent in Cameron county, and appa- rently it's murmurs grow more musical as it leaves this glorious land—the land of the banana ami fi¿, the sugar cane and grap*. Delightful sun y days [thut which Italy boasts no finer,] are moderated by the con- stant br-esj from the gulf, and nights are simply superb in their cooln> s . Here is the g«al of the invalid And like magic under it's health-given powers he soon la restored to his former vigor. Flowers blooin the year round and tho songs of the mocking bird are ev .r heard. Brownsville, the judicial sent (if this fair county baa several business thoroughfares, b locks of fin building, hotels, shops, and is growing daily. Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 20 September 1893

i M THE DAIET DEVOTED TO THE TRADE INTERESTS OF THI8 SECTION AND TBE PUBLICATION OF THE DAILY NEWS. VOLUME I. J BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 1893. NUMBER 27. Senator Faulkner Explain*. Washington, Sept. 15.^Sen- ator Faulkner qackes this expían ation in support of his amendment to the repeal tyll: "The amend- ment Submitted bj me is baaed upon,, the successful working of the Frsnoh system. franco, with a population only half that of the United States, mueh inferior in in- ternational oommerce and business enterprise, maintains without dif- ficulty and at the ratio of 15| to 1, $750,000,000 silver on full parity with gold. The limit of my amend* ment, inoluding subsidiary silver and atandard dollars, is $800,000- 000. It provides first, for coinage value would amount to 9174,000,- 000,-at the rate of $3,000,000 per month, and authorizes the purch- ase st the market price of bullion —say 75 cents per ounce—of 1,- 550,000 ounces per month. This bullion wo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 20 September 1893

wm '■MT mi - #1 pailv Metropolitan, PtrsúáiUD KvtaV Mobmimo [|mvt Moinurt) fsSut f, Saithwick. Editor tad Proprietor. jQ0e$qf puiHoptton \%tk near L -vee >• Street, Ward, prompted by m and'ini uncoQ trol labia patriotism and'intense desire to aaa tha South subjugated, openly ex- pressed a willingness- to sacrifica áll oí his wife's relations upon the altar of his country. TERMS OF 8ÜB8CBIPTION Mhseripttoa per year, delivered by ear- ,Hsr If s«nt bv «all to aoy part of th* U.8. er Meats*,. IIU.8. Oarrency or $13 Me \ ,loaa swa«y, pay ible ia advance. ADVEBTI8ING BATES. lagnlar a4ver'ISMnente running for tama of not laaar than twe month*, por Jack, pr month $1.00 Local aotlees, lefsl «ad trancen' a 'Tcr diamanta, t >oe« Ineerted «t Irregular int r vala, aet to an cecéela] type, or for wl ich ■special ?"nohera ! b- Ta to b« made or •w ra rfatenanta farniafced, first inaertion, lOota. ! iosnrtiona par line fti-ts atrlott* af- will b« LMBI Jarlhel (payable Mb deviation Isteitiou. «...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 20 September 1893

w ■ i #R0WN yil4* L0CAJ4. Improve that Park. The ftteamboatBcttif it «xpjected .to arrive here to-day 1 The river has been rising here in . the past two days. The steamer Clinton sails to-day from Morgan City via Galveston for Bratos Santiago. Some of vnr Bt^witaville sjorts oft me over f«om the. fair on Sunday .witn well filled purses. The athletic , club rooms are crowded by the elite of the city at each meeting and those who take part in the performance are pro- gressing rapidlj in the art and the spectators are delighted. Professor McOinnis is engaged in a good work calculated to benefit as well as furnish amusement to the people. of was piloncillo imported Master Frank Clearwater arrived home last evening over the Alice stage line from Alice, Texas. >1*000 That Mty. 600 A§ we etitid iu«ny timet before] thejetty on the opposite bank of His efforts to develop the physical I th« river ie eaosfoft the erjeion and .nental points of the young men 10| the |«.* on this aide In front...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 20 September 1893

8e«wa6VtU«; ! ft liftldL Matamoros K.V * B K?. THE FUTURE RAILWAY GATE AND QGBKK OITX OF THE BIO • * r. , O BANDE. Cameron County. Thr. Oem of the Southwest. No where In it's long sad winding course MM the Bio Orondo kiss su fertile ahorra u those adjacent In Cameroa couuty, nod appa- rently U's mormura grow «ora mnaical m ft leavea tbia gloriona lond—th« load of thf bonuo and flg, the sugar oaiie and grape. Delightfal annt.y day* [that which Italy boaata no flni-r,] ara moderated by the cou- atant br.-eie from the gulf, and nightaare «imply superb in their coolnes-. Hera ia the goal *jf iba invalid and lika magic under it a •' health-given powera ha aoon la reatored to hia formar vigor. Flowera bloom Uh- ;wr ronnd and the aouga of the mocking bird ai* eviT beard. Brownsville, the judicial aeat of tbia fair conuty baa aeveral bttaioeas thor. agkfarva. blocks of line boiiding, bótela, ahopa, and is growing daily. Ou it baa not yet anaken off ' It'a put A certain aroma from the o d ig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 21 September 1893

JlI If DEVOTED TO THI TRADE INTERESTS O THIS SUCTION AMD THE PCBL CATION Of THE DAILY NSWP, VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 1§W. NUMBER 28 BEER AtyD TOBACCO W *i ingtoa, Sept. U..-\Bou D«f<i Ai Wi ll, the Titinn tariff 1 eforupat, bM eubmittad i lengthy re- port to f Carlisle in answer to bier qa< M fyrna "opinion «a to the ispedie.cy. from a atri-Uy ra point of iia«, al maintoninu or chenging the praaanl ii tara 1 re- Tnaa t-xea on diatjl'ed ■pirita, mall liqam and tobacco." Mr. Wail , concl<is«ooa nr- a« fulk wa; •Tna wiaaet flnoal polioy for the fa- daral government, certainly (or ih> immediate futra «unU seem to impo* tha nitinan of taxation on diatiile.. apiri*, fermented iquors and tobiooi that Will not oreete in the face of «flciai't administration and seven peueltiea, uadae temptations for reve- nue evaeione. It tha oaaa af diatlllad •pirita, «o wbúh tha exiatiug rate fader tha aaoat favorable eoeriitiens af prodaqtioa ia alwa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 21 September 1893

M mwy D ail v Metropolitan, Published Ever* Morning [StriPT Moxoath] ^ M ■■ r' ■ P ■■ .,....r=s John P. Sim I a wick. Editor and Proprietor. Office of publication 12th near L ver tit net. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION PabiTiption In advance, Mexican no fj, >ne month, tl-00 Pnbanriptlon por rear, delivered by car- rier if aem b mail t" any part of th-* U. K or Mexico, IS U S. On renev <>r SI 2 Me ' lean m -n y, pay ble in advance. HOUSE ADVERTISING BATES. Regalar a ¡veriaements running for terms of not lea than two. months, f«*r ineb. per month S.' 00 iJwal notice, lffral !<*d tra alen -a1 r- th' menta, t net* ina-rteS t Iriega'ar ii>t ▼ala, aet inan ?a fcial typo/ n for W ir h «•apec.a1 vouchers b re to b<- ma U* i I# rn (-tatémeme furnish-d, lira! • acr'i >, per line l'i '■ frabacquent li.aertlona per li e 6 tn Legal ailTertiacmenta | ax able «ti lot > uf tar the !)"«• inaertio . N j dt'viiition wi.l be made from tbia rule.' NoTioa:—SobicribiTB who Ml to receive the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 21 September 1893

L& • ^ i l'O is. I f « 'A. BROWNSVILLE LOCALS. The steamer sailed from Galves- ton yesterday afternooi). The' Metropolitan was jusit' one month old yesterday. We are sorry to state that Mr. Uenj. Co wen is.quite sick. The fair in Matamoros will close on the 24th instant. Buy jour lee from A. P. Burro- di an I keep o< ol. The bbys in blue were not paid off yesterday but will get their sheck- els to-day. The Caceres murder trial Will have the attention of the District court to-morrow. The ' Casino Matamorense will give a "hop at the Teatro de la Re- forma Saturday. Over 500 hundred pupila «rere euroiledm he public schools aluce thMy have been opened. Mr. D. M. Brown ttnd payinas- tef H.iinuer me guests of Mr. ChasV For&ytho while in the city. The steamer Clinton sailed from Morgan City on Tuesday for Bra- zos with 12 cars of freight. We have received several for- eign «da. which will appear m oar column* iu a few days. If you b-iVH honsij to rent, a horse to sel, a buggy to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 21 September 1893

* - -W 1 P-.'. Rv:1- i« i W ' IBi k' 189? if m H i \ V ■ ft*1 RP j THE FtJTUBE RAILWAY > r i 4 GATE AND QUEEN CITY OP THE RIO # A * ' 7 * GRANDE. Tk* Qem qf ti Southwest. Mo where In It's Voof and winding oouiee «oM ikt Bio Grinds kiss so fertile shores u those sdjhoeot in Csmerna county, aod ippt- rently It's maman 'grow morn musical m *it lesveo tU*. floriona land—tbe land of tt«- .banana and ú/,the sugar dm* tad f rap*. Delightful aani y daps [thit which Italy 'boosts no ñtirr,] are moderated by theoou- aunt bras , from tbe gulf, tad nlglita are ' limply supeib iu their couth-* . Rara ia the r at of the iuvnlld add like mafic aadarit'a ' h;atth-given p werehe aoon ia restored to hia formar vigor. Flower bloom the year rowld'and UM eonge of the mocking bird are cvr beard. ' Jm «wnavliie, the juiiciat seat of thia fair : UJiy Ins swat bnainaaa thoroughfares. ' 3 ucks of t'je bui'ding, hotel , shops, and ia growing daily. Bu it haa n t yet shaken off it'a past. A certain aroma fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 22 September 1893

lii'l- I «"«.I DBVOTED to thb trade interests THIS SECTION AND THE PUBLICATION of thb DAILY NEWS, VOLUME I. .BROWNSyil^E, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1893. NUMBER 29 A NEGATIVE RE8ULT. Loudon, Bept. IT. —Tbe marquis of ,SalUbury'a great rally of pesre against the home rait bill ku le- compliehed what the unionista leaet , intended. Instead of difeosraging Mr. QUadatoika the ueiien of thelorda baa arouaad all.the old manVpugnae- ,lty. baa accepted the gauge of battle thrown dew by the upper houae, and be ia bow determinad to ■eke the fight aU along the line. They have invited a life aod death struggle, end he baa ahewn hia rsadi- aeea to meet them on .their own grounds. In the firet piece, Mr. -Gladatone had decided not to dissolve parlia- ment after passing two or three rasaa- nraa from the Newcaatle programme HI* purpose ia to oarry bat a teriea of aweepipg radical reforma on a new line of policy whieb he will announce in a greet addteSs to the Midlothian .electora ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 22 September 1893

Dailv Metropolitan, Published Every Morning [Except Mondats] ■ w . • V'.dfe | t: ■ j m m¡y IS lohn P. Smith wick, Editor snd Proprietor. Ojlceof publication 12<A vitar Levee Street. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Subscription in advance, Mexican money, month, Sl'O^' 8obaoriptlon per year, delivered by car- rier if aeqt by mail to any part of the U. S. or Mexico, $8 U. S. Currency or $12 Me x lean money, payable in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. Regular advertieemente running for terms of not leu than two months, per ¿neb, per month $1.00 Lpcal notices, legal and transient adver- tisements, tiiosu ioserted nt irregular infer- Vals, set in an especial type, or for whioh especial vouchers have to be made or «worn statements furnished, flf-at Insertion, per line 10cts ' Subsequent insertions per line Sots Legal advertisements payable fter the first insertion. No deviai made from this rule. deviation will be tly i ill -Subscribers who fail to receive a favor by i fact. lioTipi:—Subscribers who fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 22 September 1893

¡I oda, oda lay at ►ay las. ^HE |Du- \CO iS. BROWNSVILLE LOCALS. The fair at Matamoros closes on Sunday next. Every thing quiet about the police .courts in the past few days. We call the attention ,pf our read- ers to several new adds, which ap- pear in tojdays issue. The mail arrived a little late last night caused by the rains which fell in that direction yesterday. We fre sorry to state that the ge- nial book-keeper of the R. G. R. R. Co., Mr. Clemente Martinez, 4s quite sick. Mr. Loyis Cowen and family will leave on Saturday over the Alice stage line for San Antonio where they will in the future reside. Segt. Ross informs us that good rains have fallen at Ringgold and Santa Maria, yesterday and last night. We learn thft Mr. Simon Celaya general, manager of the Rio Grande -R. R. Co. will leave Chicago on the 26th inst. for Brownsville. The following marriage licenses Jiave been issued by county clerk, Jos. Webb, in the past few days, Jesus Saenz and Josefyi Uria, Santia- go L. Ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 22 September 1893

¡p V: I : t R m ■ m' p- kSUI SIS . T . I K '. JP" $® i 1>. * r Jfc al.: . r THE FUTURE RAILWAY VQATB AND QUEJEN QITY OP THE MO GRANDE. Cameron County. The Oem of the Southwest. No where in It's long and winding course low the Bio Grande kiss so fertile shores aa .those adjacent in Cameron county, and appa- .rently it's murmurs grow more musical as <lt learea tb^a glorious land—the land of the banana and flg, the sugar cape and grape. Delightful sunny daye [that which Italy boasts no liner,] are moderated by the eon- ratant breeze from the gulf, and nightaare simply superb in their coolness. Here is the goal of tbo invalid and like maglonnder it's 'health-given powers he soon Is reatoredto his former vigor. Flowers bloom the year round and the songs of the mocking bird are «ver heard. Brownsville, the judicial seat of this fair county has several business thoroughfares, blocks of fine building, hotels, shops, and is growing daily. But it has not yet shaken off it's past Á certa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 23 September 1893

House* tata . MX AS 4: DBTOTKD TO THB TRADE INTERESTS OP THIS SECTION AND THE PUBLICATION OP THE DAILY NEWS, VOLUME I. BROWNSVJLLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 1893. NUMBER 80 STR1GKEN BRUNSWIOK Four N«w Cate In th« Past Tweflfy-fóilr Hourt. surroundings Favora- ble for a spread of the disease. L 9 Camp Painat the Only Refuge from Now On. Brunswick, Ga.,Sept. 19.—With the announcement of yellow fever being officially epidemic , in thi« city another batch of refugees packed the trains which left last night. Mora ara expecting to leave to-night; as all means of departure from this doomed oity wiU be at an end whence day , dawns to-morrow, for even? avenue of exit is being guarded. Sur- geon Oeddings, in charge Jiere, has given instructions to the she* riff to place sentinels at every crossroad leading out of the city Steamers plving between this citv and the adjacent islands, whioh are populated with refugees, will be discontinued; Armed patrol boats will cruise in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 23 September 1893

Mtf i m K § ■% •*. í, # p t w ! ' r ¡R* t ^ - >- , - 1 „ ■ tw ■ ■1 ■ ■' y Paih Metropolitan, Pvauaaio Every Mornino [■soar* Monun] fohn F« Smithwick, Editor aityl Proprietor. OJtce of publication 1 %th near Levee Street. TEBMS OF SU^SGBIPTIO^ Bnbscriptien in advance, Jlexícan monej, •a* month, $1.0( Subscription .per yaar, delivered by car- rier iteent by mail to any part of the Ü. 8. or Mexico,' 98 Ü. 8. Currency or tit lie x (lean poney, p/ysblsin prance. ADVERTISING BATES. B^Balar advertisements running for .tenps of not less than two .months, per i neo, per month ' f 1.00 Local notices, legal and transient ¿adver- .tisements, those Inserted t irregular inter- vals, aet in an especial type, or for whloh 'especial vouchers have to be made or awarn statements furnished, first Insertion, perlino i Oct.. ' Subsequent insertions per line Bote Legal advertisements payable strictly af- Mr the first insertion. No dsviation will be ns$e from this rule. Nonos:—Subscribers who fail to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 23 September 1893

•'.V Is. '* S- ✓ y' SHOWNSVILIE LOCALS. Thi(f still working on tbe jetty. The river has {«Hen considerable in the past few day. We learn that the Boys io <Bluo will give ,<* minstrel «how «ft the Opera iBdqm soon. Tbe steamboat Beuie will pro- bal^lyleave for up river on Tues- day- We «pe fiad toatate that veoera- ble gentleman Mr. J. 6. Browne ia impnoving in health. J. W. Long of Ringgpld hat been granted a patent on .a rota- ry engine. The steamer Clinton will «ail for Morgan City via Galveston on Sun- day connecting train leaves Rio Grande depot at g P. M. to-day. There will be a grand hop given by the Canino Maftamorenae to- night at thagqand apera in Mata moroe. The following marria ge lieenaes were iaaned by County Clerk Joe. Webb yeeterday, Julian Martines and Jnapa Lopes. The Rio Grande train arrived from the Point Isst evening abont 7.45 with 10 oara of steamer's freight for our .merohante. We call the attention of onr readers to the District Court •Grand J niy repor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 23 September 1893

,X FUTURE EItí HfK K*1 SfM .' ^¿r > - i #vi, •' fe ' M , ¿ATE AKP ,OITY OF GRANDE. 1 « .t.£ Cameron County;. Th* Gem qf ths Southwest. r . • . . ¿U. V •* Wl Mo whare In It' long and winding course noes the Rio Grande, kiss«o fertile shores m tthose adjacent in Cameron county, ud qppfr rentty it's mamara grow more musiosA as it leavee this glorious lsnd~the land off f)MU MMdflfi^engWP.caM #nd SW Delightful sunny days [Out which iUlj bouts no finer,] are moderated by the con- atant breeau from the golf, ud nlghta are eimply euperb in their eoolneea. Bare ia the goal of the Invalid and like magic under it'a lealtb-glven powera ha Boon la reatored to Ms forpier rigor. Flowera bloom the /ear round and the aonga of the mocking bird are ever heard. Brownsville, the judioial sc*t of |b}s fair couiity boa several business thoroughfare , Hb locks of fine building, hotela, abops, ud is growing daily. But it haa not yet shaken off it'a put A certain aroma from the old igno- ' rut timas linge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 24 September 1893

-4K ■ " • ' V ■ . SBSBSS —— — mwtd to na Tiioi ictiush or samo* TBI PCBLIOATK OF Til Di VOLUME I. m.: m'a ■ A*. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS,J SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER Si 18 , #sah¡ogteD,Sepl. It.—The de- liadm ia Um hoM to-di; isdfte4o«>b* Ibaaid of lb* psríy laah ,,to aoipil attonduN oí dtoneerstls, yto lo ti . tad thM they night ba aeablad 16 awaap said* filibaataring rapebliasas ud proaaai to CoeaidamtioQ of Ibahill rapseliag Ibefadata) eJaetioa Uva- Tbo rap of demoacatia npbu^ «pon «I0db tbty eoaated to ¿ay failsd,* . pel io mi o faro, *ad for ||uas ****** 0*B; ** lb*B bsaie by aklllfWl *• **"' * ™ .UpabliMM MN oblo lo dMkdlook Ibo ^ § ,'bOQM. ffigb-«aternaark %ea reesb- ed by Ibo dcmeerate to-day, TO flacking «ix of • qooram. Tbo Aliar* <Ao doooto o qaorem *o shsgriasd Ibo lood«n tbat.tbay thaw «p Um edjoerasd ood «eat inlo oooaotia oKUr'to oooipot ibo eased eaee ef ebasoteee sad force tbam •odor jiomo ofsaeees mUm h tom «has their ñaman «oto sallad. Tbo ooaooa laatad u b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 24 September 1893

fci ■ ¿A fe: i é:> ' *' i m t; ■w. U! S||® 'é £ PaiN Metropolitan, Puslismso Every Mobning [ixosft mowbatb] John P, Smithwick, Editor and Proprietor. Qffloeaf publication 12th near Ltvee Street. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Subscription In advenes, Mexican monej, .Wí BOüJh| i 1.00 Subscription per year, deliverml by car- rier If pentbv mail to anj part of the U. " or llexlco, 18 U. S. Currency or 912 Hi |ten money, payable in adrance. r'v' M ' ' ADVERTISING BATES. lUfular advertisements running for ¿erais of not leaa than .two months, per ¿neb, per month $1.00 Loeal notices, legal and transient adrer- .tisements, thoae inierted at irregular inter- vals, aet in an especial type, or for which especial vouchers hare to be made or ,f worn statements furnished, first insertion, per line lOcts. ' Subsequent insertions per lino Sets Log l advertisements payable strictly sf- ,ter the list insertion. No deviation yrill be made from this rfile. Nono*:—Subscribers who fail to receive the paper reg...

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