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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 2 September 1893

VOLUME I. DEVOIED TO THE f :A! U l.vTEtBATS OF THIS SECTION AMD THE PUBLICATION OF THE DAILY NEWS, BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 1*93. • • i * ' ' NUMBER 12. Force tlii Parity or Gold aMSilior. A Proposed Plan to secure the Parity of Gold and Silver. An Act 'o create a single standtrd of go!d- silvt-rmoney of Iba United States; tees, tebliah its value and mtk I a te. d«-r in payment of debts; to provide the bd/w of National* and4 Mate Dank clrculatiorf; to provide for the retíreme it of tbe present gold am. silver coii o, a1 d to pn vid«- for tbe re- tirement of all outstanding gold and sil- ver certificates an'! greenbacks: Skction I. Be it enacted by tbe Unite<l Ftutea of Amer c>t in Congress Assembled, Tbat after tbe passage ..f tbis act, 240 gr .ins of fine silver and 11.01 grains > f fine go>d when coined us hereinafter provided, sba! I constitute one dollar, w icb stall be.be unit i f valui-, and shall be Itnoun Istbe Slmd. rd Money of t...

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

-í'-v 1 • - I I t m ' . m V ijvtieh opr,¡¡¡¡ir,, T he Repeal vote in the House Ev'EuY MoifNi.SC ' : NTUTlP Washington, Aug. 29.—The yeas and nays on the 16 to 1 ratio were Ma ?. 3 uitaw tdito/* end fVopn.tor Ojfi/to /Hiblicolwi, 12 W< • c. near t TERM* OF SlWORiPn N ub.< rip*!o l a ra 1 >1" W>< m n io uL, * ¡T> A j J ib. it p" T ( J Sr'fittr- ,riei 11 . b it t 1 v u . f: J. ' • or U t o ji i- 3. -.'u <• « 1- Íi'imi a ii y, a., b " i * va .¡v. ADVKRTMXU it iregul'i a * r ■* m ta ru ui'.ig f >r -I "DM if t > til* tw m -I'll , ,v' j 1 n v.i -1 • " ' n a n i« • W-i a a tat a r .• ti - ni , • 1 '• 1 gu a i t - rf , •■ j-' ' n .-a -ciai ty¡ . m *v i .. ig.i Cia v uoh'V i. ve t' b ma v •" • w ;a . ti * f r i lira < • (iur I 1 • <ft. ubi qa .t i. St rti ne i *r li « £ a L.'^ai d .f t. tii man ts a ab .i -t 1. "f- 11. u.'fl.í' iua iti> . - iUf tí'J l * BMafi. n tu4 run. :>otc-: í-ttbétriik • w • • f i t- « *f .- tb« , a,< i' i' a *i c .iif. * a f 1 0...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 2 September 1893

i BROWNSVILLE LOCALS — .poo The bands were out serenading the new arrivals last night. 1 i tn glad to state that Mr. J. G. Browne was much better yesterday. Th' R¡" Or ,d<* trt4n Hiriviil If in ill P 'li t .^h>ii4 hev«"i oVIock tit v ui g with tv uní fr Dr. G. ^atanson and wife will leave'on or about the 20th of Sept* ember for the north. * I Mr. C. A. Forsythe mwed yes- terday into the house formerly oc- cupied by Mr. 1 L'.<uis Kowalski, where he will in the future reside. s ti. Ho >1 hu lui in nd r> Uff'igio R«> n • w*ru « «••!•• I at th- ♦ t*i«teii*e < f Mi" Ghhii m oí Tut "(inj n:ght. F r Morgm City via Gal ven • tenth ('lioton w>llawil un Fruí-y (Yun-rting tr.ii ■ will ¡••iiTr* Kin Gr .u.t. depot "t 3 in. to (INi In Judge Miller's court yesterday, Timoteo Casanova and Remigio Casanova charged with horse steal- ing vt£r<í brought, before his Honor and placed under bond and case con- tinued until the ^th. It wi'B imitar (1 xh-'ut the ht 'i ta li nt v ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 2 September 1893

rail KB i: m :* ■ n íto* bK- a; Hj' 3x& Jgtí PÜTÜRK R*Ií,W.vY G\TK ANI> QCEEN CITY OF TH RIO tiitA^pa Cameron County. Th G'in qf th* Sonthwat. No WutTtí In i '■ long * id wi'iding course d • tbeBio ü. riU*> ki.v ■> fertile ab'-i . s * .t i if J .; Qt i Ciineron c a :y, wl M'pu- rentl it • murmurs gr w m<r<- masics! a itleav ■ i lit glori i]M aul-tii .fti-I <>f tb bftnftuftfti) fl/, th<? u.ar cune muí g *p • D^jtfu: sa y y [ b t wbicu uly b"M s uo fl.i Tf, • ' ni' e¡at*d by .tb.' co.i- •tantbr <j :'r m t.< - gu , ai i <ig^t fte limp i > Siipe b 4) til.'ir vj ■ • - H'P.' i tü< g ai .f .beínvalil ai Ukn mag. u irrita : th-^iy. n ! w«'<t a« «o 'i m ri-uto e. t hii f 'TP^ Ti or. if' ;vf r b. m tli J-' r rom-I a <1 the «j. gi of the Blocking biru r> ■ tt'T heard. Hrjwnsvi.'e, tbfju isla! seat í this fair e uaty bM a e al busioesa thor ughfaiv . block fflae bu *in/, Unte , ajota, au< is g. owing daily. bu it hasn t yet ai.aken uü a éi....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 3 September 1893

THE DA JL JJIJJ JU JliAr Plfifl DEVOTED TO TIIK TRADE INTERESTS OF THIS SECTION AND THE PUBLICATION OF THE DAILY NEWS, VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 1893. NUMBER 13. For® ttfl Parity of A Proposed Plan to secure the Parity of Gold and Silver. Ao Act to create a singlo standard of gold- silver money of the United States; to es- tablish it valuo and mak i t a tender in payment of debts; to provide the basis of National, and State Bank circulation; to provide for the retirement of the present gold und silver coins, acd to provide for the re- tirement of all outstanding gold and sil- ver certificates and greenbacks: Section 1. Be it enacted by the United ütates of Amcivca in Congress Assembled) That after tbe passage of this act, 240 grains of fine silver and 11.61 grains of fine gold when coined as hereinafter provided, shall constitute one dollar, which shall be the unit of value, and shall Wb known us the Standard Money of the United Slates of Amer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 3 September 1893

'*=*= Vmm, : 'xr'M r ■> ■ '' v ,Publish Every Morning [Bxoirr Mondays] JW** P. Smith wick, Bffftqr anjd 'Proprietor. Qáptcf publication 12th near Levee BtrtU. HOLMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ■absorlptioa In advafto*, Mexican money, ,w¡Sm, ' V-0° Subscription per year, delivered by car- IV If MM by mall to any part of the ü. S. or Mexico, |8 U. S. Currency or IIS Hex- «lev If «en 4ma moat-j, payable in adraóee If ft ADVERTISING BATES. Eegdlar ' sdvertlaemrate running for Jeme of aot leee than two months, per last, per month 11.00 Looal notice*, legal and tranelent adrer Msanisnie, Ihniii lnii rtifl t Irregular inter- vale, aetln an especial type, or for which "hi voucher* hare to be made or atatemeata fiuuiibed, 1lret insertion, ' line lUcta. Subsequent lneertione per Une fots Legal advertisement* payable atrictly af- ter the first insertion. Mo deviation will be ■Ui Iton this role. Neme :—Subicrib«r who .fail to recei ve th* paper regularly, will oonfer a favor by Ja^rwof the publisher* of...

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

BROWNSVILLE LOCALS ■".V' • V Cool nights these. 4 The river is still rising here. The soda water I «ver. season is about J I A w>t'r or it e whel in 'ffr-i-t f >H offii'p ye t*4*d*ty. There will b j a sal í of condemn* feed government goods at Fort | Brown on the 5th fast. I learn that the Weather burean I office will again be reestablished here in a short time. Tlw 0 aiu 1 M it o<)raQ.H will g vii it lx •• tb' IV. to J 1 R «. f >• 11 • 1 "í «ta Ity «v «ni «4 n"Xt. Trouble Over A Banco! TROOPS ORDERED TO THE SCENE. • c' iu '¡íe"trce coinage ót Mlv&r "&• trwiet -the de- mands' of'' labor'; --Corpus Chri-ti Caller. "Í ? I I |> ' f Nie m« iry to ft te ill >t M<. ft f • i «'h e- in till v.• jr Melt in M *t iii'him. There will be a baile at the En- cantado ranch, on the 7th. 4ii 8th- inst. Dr. Edward will open up his place of business on 12th. and Washington sts. to-day. Brownsville has been well rjpre sented at the World's ' Fair no less than f'jrty of our c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 3 September 1893

■BROWNSVILLE LOCALS. i —ooo- Diatrict court opens her* on to- j .morrow. There was .a baile at Santa Rosa- ' lia last night. The steamboat -Bessie will not leave for up river for some time. There-will, be bailes at the Cipress ranch on 15th, x 6th and 17th of this month. The town will be full of stran- gers this month on account of the Court. There will be a baile at Santa Crux this evening. It is .the last •ne given, this season. • The Lad ies-,Charitable Aid Socie- ty relieved 130 poor persons yester- day, the poor receiving their usual rations. $ H Having succeeded iu getting • good new roller made, I .now ean «asure my patrons a gw>d, eleen, readable paper in the future The authorities of Matamoree an breaking np the old iron seats which were in the main plaza and they -will be replaced them with new ones. Grand preparations are being made by the Patriotic committee of Matamoros to properly celebrate the da Septiembre," Mexico's Inde- pendence day. We are sorry to state that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 3 September 1893

■'] mfi 7^ - ; ■" Btv | IS j m r-: fe THE FUTURE RAILWAY GATE AND QUEEN CITY OP THE Rip GRANDE. Cameron County. Th* Gem of the Southwest. No wl ere In It's long and winding course 40W the Bio Grande Icios so fertile shores as those adjacent In Cameron county, ">d appa- rently it'a murmurs grow more musical as ft fs«M. This beautjfnl seaside resort is twenty miles distant from Brownsville and is the eastern terminus of the Rio Grande railroad An a bathing placo its facilities are unequal ed and the lovers of fish and oysters, turtle and shrimp aro here served with samples that would tlekle the palate of an epicure, To (he piscatorial artist it is a veritable para dise and he when sporting is constantly em- ployed in landing the resulta of his success- ful casts. Old Ocean with her ever chang-1 ing song invites him to a countinuons ac- quaintance and he sighs wiih regret wheu compeiled to bid her adieu. Point Isabel has ubout 700 inhabitants, hotels, restaurants, stores etc. Steame...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 3 September 1893

t BROWNSVILLE locals The river i on a stand still. Next Monday will be I aborday. The St. Josephs College will re- open on Moi.day next. T am glad to state that Mr. J. G. Browne was much better last night. Quite alarga amount of freight was crossed into Mexico yesterday. Sheriff E. C. Forto arrived home yesterday morning from Hidalgo county. It is said that there will be a game of base ball played on Sunday be- tween the two companies of soldiers at Fort Brown. Ricardo Hernandez was tried be- fore Judge Miller yesterday on a charge of disturbing the peace. lie was found guilty uud lined $300 and costs. t usu:-AU —00— The Rev. Father Parisot is very sick. Mr. 8. W. Pi,.kin 1-ffc for hi* 1 m-li vest ijty iiinriiiuj(. . r Ft.tl ¡lick" leturned t« tli« «• ,.rt yei t«id' y. 0 p\ Geo. Si owe . f the Br./on >#lnh IH in ill lliH city . Master Joe F. Dollack arrived home last night over the Vlice stage line. .Vilitary Mate-d. 1 W i ¡ Initve « u f t ill VY'oi Ill's Ml E K> ¡I til'* ' &l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 5 September 1893

THE DAIUMETROPOLITAN. DEVOTED TO THE TRADE INTEREST8 OF THIS SECTION AND TBE PUBLICATION OF THE ♦DAILY NEWS, VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 18D3. NUMBER 14. iLssune & l&PHm Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Notions and Groceries. IMPORTERS OF FSBwm wums MftOWhSVlLLE, Scattered Destruction. ■HUNDREDS OF LIFES LOST AND MILLIOUS OF PRO- PERTY DESTROYED. TEXAS. BOTICA 9KL Lili J. L. Putegnat, Proprietor. alffays k^eps in stock,a full line of drugs, chemicals and medicines. Paints, oils, and " iHndow glass. Surgeous instrumente and supplies. Druggists sundries. Full line Qf fine imported and domestic perfumeries. Toilet articles, combs, brushes, confectio- nary, etc., etc. Prescriptions carefully compounded, by the proprietor in person, at Any hour of the day or night, of the best and freshest materials and according to the beat fomulas. Qualitative and qualative analysis carefully made. Brownsville, [1449. ESTABLISHED 18...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 5 September 1893

üilM' m%e$ (A «MÍ «Pm? or subscription linadvanoe, Mexioaa monej. Mr jut, MiT«*d by by a*U to any part of (b#" 18 U. 8. Correucj or $1S • 8. Comaof ftmif, payable In idnm .8. jr. ADVEBTI8ING / ... Begmlar BATES. advertleementa rannlng for of no ices than two month , por .¿Mb, por Math '• 11.0# Local aottcee, legal and ¿ranelent adver- tisomeats, those Inserted t Irregular Inter- cala, eetln en oepecial type, or for which aopeelal voncben hare to bo made or oworn itatomenta fcraitbod, flnt insertion, 'par lino lOcte. i Snboeqnent Insertions per line Sote Legal advertisements payable itrtctty af- ter the firet Insertion. No deviation will be •yjfcdeftom tbjp rule. Nones:—Subscribers who fail to receive the paper regularly, will confer a favor by 'informing the publishers of the faot. e . 11 . . . i payable ade. and locale All atrletly In advance Interod fit {he f osto^loe at Brownsville .Texas, ea Second—Claea Matter. Tuesday, September 5 1893. Chioago't Mob m: -sr. her own coin ¡Ero*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 5 September 1893

1 'N8VILLE LOCALS. A norther. ft 10.30 laet night a «light •f rain fell. ml stook bajen arrived io Sunday evening. mpre jrabecribers were ad- oar li«t yesterday. e were treated to a serenade night by a band of musioians, which we reftorn thanks. The Si Joseph's College open- id yeeterday morning, with a food many scholars present. ie steamer Clinton sails from irgan City for Brazos Santiago ursday, Sept. 7 th There will be a sale of conde med ernment goods at Fort Brown orrow morning. deftaohment of soldiers left here itetday for Santa Maria to re- the other detachment, after nth stay in the back oonntry. e sohooner Templefton sailed Brasos Santiago yesterday ling at 8 o'clock with a oargo fish. 0 pnblio schools opened yes- aft Point Isabel with dumber of scholars present. Mr. W. R. Linton, schoolmaster, and Mrs. E. C. Best school mistress. The Incarnate Word convent schools opened yesterday for the seaaon. About one hundred scho lera were present and enrolled for the acholastie yea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 5 September 1893

• K-i X vfí "stüfrfltik VI• f .'. «>/'. « - -i- -r'-*■• • r . A ¿ÉC ... - \. W\ ^ * |v:'í ' T'iíí it—1 Bl 1 ■'11 *"' -«"" "■ " A p m¡mí ¿'W lif *11 !É# ' 8mvmvíI1« THE FUTURE RAILWAY ¿UTE AND QUEEN Ciyy OF THE BIO GRANDE. Cameron County. Thfi Oem of the Southwest. Mo where la It's long and winding course ¿oca the Bio Grange kiss «o fertile ihorea as adjacent in Cameron county, and appa- jwl'j ',"* muraran grow mow musical as it leaves this gloriona tand—thaland of the banana and flg, the sugar cape and grape. Delightful innny day [that which Italy boasts no liner,] ore moderated by the Cpn- stant breete froq the gulf, *nd nights are «imply superb in their coolness. Here is the goal q( the invalid and like magic nuder it's health-given powers he soon is restored to hit former vigor. Flowers bloom the year round and the songs of the mocking bird are ever heard. Brownsville, thejudiolal seat of this fair county has aeveral bualnesa thoroughfares, ,blocks of fine building, hotele, sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 6 September 1893

I ■ THE DAIET METROPOLITAN. DEVOTED TO THE TRADE INTERESTS OF TIIIS SECTION AND THE PUBLICATION OF THE DAILY NEWS, VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1893. NUMBER 15. Blobibebg & Hiram Wholesale and Dealers in Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Notions and Groceries. IMPORTERS OP fmwm. wines BROWhSriLLE, TEXAS. THE COINAGE LAWS. J. L. Putegnat, Proprietor. Always lcepa In stock, a tall line of drugs, chemical* and medicines. Paint), oils, and window cla^s. Sur tree us instrumenta and tmniilics. Drutnrists sundries. Full line window glaes. Surgecus instruments"and supplies. Druggists sundries Qf flne Imported and domestic perfumeries. Toilet articles, c nary, etc., etc. Prescriptions carefully compounded by th A ny hour of the day or night, of the best and freshest materials and according to the (cat fomulas. Qualitative and qualativo analysis carefully made. coru'os, brushes, confectio- the proprietor in person, at Brownsville, Texas. [184.9. ESTABLISHED ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 6 September 1893

Daily Metropolitan, Published Evury Morning pi M ft B*s>, Pk ■K'.« r • Bravi, Í E& [Kxi kpt Mondays] John P. Smith wick, Editor and Proprietor. .Office of publication 12th near Levee Street. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Subscription iu advance, Mexican money, ooo month, $1.00 Subscription per yuar, delivored by car- rier if sent by mail to any part of the U. S. or Mexico, $8 U. 8. Currency or $12 Mex- ican money, payable in advance. ADVERTISING RATES. Regular * advertisement* running for term* of not less than two months, per ¿nch, per füonth $100 Local notices, legal and transient adver- tisements, those inserted t Irregular inter- vals, set iu an especial type, or for which especial vouchers hnvc to be made or .sworn statements furnished, first insertion, per line lOcts. tiubsequeut Insertions per iiue .lets Legal advertisements payable strictly af- (tsr the first insertion. No deviation will be jtnade from this rule. Notice'—Subscribers who fail to receive the paper rogularly, wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 6 September 1893

í I 1 IE Su- I \! BROWNSVILLE LOCALS. — ooo The river is Tilling slowly. The fair in Matanr ros opens on the 8th. Steamer Clinton sails from Mor- gan City Thursday Sept. 7th. A «light shower of raiu fell here yesterday aftorooon about 2 o'clock. Adviees from the Havana ranch' •tale that the situation remains unchanged. The iron benches for the plaza de Hidalgo will arrive in a few days from Monterey. There will be a sale of condemn- ed government goods and stores at Fort Brown this morning at 10 o'clock. Contractor Mr. Sam P. "Wre- ferd has completad building the military telegraph lice as far as Boma, Texas, on last Saturday. There will bo a regalar meeting of the I. O. O. F. .Lodge this evening at their Halls on Eliza- beth street. r It is said that the Aguilares band, Prof. Geo. Krause loader, now playing at the Beach hotel in Galveston, will arrive on the next stoamer. The following marriage licenses were issued by county clerk Jos Webb in the last few days: Jose Garcia and Enca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 6 September 1893

vy ■*- TO! w <& M * 1 ¡ ggjl/ fe ; lf«vaefiU«; THE FUTURE RAILWAY GATE AND QUEEN CITY OF THE RIO GRANDE. Cameron County. Th* Oem of the Southtocst. No where in It's long and winding course «oes the Rio Grande kiss go fertile shores as those adjacent in Cameron county, and appa- rently it's murmurs grow more musical as it leave* this glorious land—the land of the banana and tig, the sugar cane and grape. Delightful sunny days [that which Italy boasts no finer,] are moderated by the con- stant breeze from the gulf, and nights are •imply superb in their coolness, ilere is the goal of the invalid and like magic under it's health-given powers he soon is restored to his former vigor. Flowers bloom the year round and the songs of the mocking bird are «ver heard. Brownsville, tho judiciul seat of thiB 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. A certain aroina from the old igno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 7 September 1893

.IT f i II I r ' r THE BAIff METROPOLPE&N. DEVOTED TO THE TRADE INTERESTS OF THIS SECTION AND THE PUBLICATION OF THE DAILY NEWS, VOLUME I. BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 1893. NUMBER 16. VANCE HAS HIS SAY. Mijls ¿will Favor Repeal. HE IS BILLED FOR A GREAT SPEECH, WEDNESDAY. Washington, Sept. 1.— The speocb of Senate Vance was a masterplace -on the silver aide of (ho question. It was in the nature of a stamp, spoech end pleased tbasilver men immensely. Ha indulged ¡o ridicula humor and logio, and .made a splendid impres- sion on the galleries, and yet when he wee done not a vota bad been changed. The speech was toot made for Totea. That should be said. It wee made for North Carolina con* sumption, and Senator Vanee kuows how to pat up articles ef a forsnsio kind for that state When he was through Senator Voorhees said if there were no more speeches to be delivered bo wanted a vqíe. There was tome confusion observable on the faces of the eilver man. Mr....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Metropolitan — 7 September 1893

1 FT v. Iíi; Jfe. i. Efe' i 6# ■ v/.v; •* llPil: My Metropolitan PviuiNip Every Morning Morninq [Except Momoat ] IpIib F. Smith wick, Editor and Proprietor. X(0o$ qf publication 12iA near Levee Street. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Smbserlptloa ia advance, Mexican money, on* moot)), tl-00 Subscription per year, delivered by car- rier if asnt by mall to any part of the U. 8. Of Maxleo, Id ü. S. Currency or SJ2 ltex- toaa atfaey, payable in advanoe. advertising RATES. liph' * advertlaementa running for terna of Dot lea* than two month , per Jssh, p* month ' $100 Local notícee, legal and transient adver- tir *- those Inserted at Irregular inter* rale, eetla an especial type, or for which MlptV1 vouchers have to be «nade or aVoru statements furnished, first insertion, pet line lOcts. gebeequent Insertions per Una ®ota Legal adrertisementa payable strictly af- ,1er-the Aral inaertiou. No deviation will be * from this rule. j long as the repeal of that law, i dry so, means the complete demo- neti...

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