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rixiV ff - i' TT T ' main line. nUnmimnr,.nnt ,
X -..LUJAiilW.; between 25 and 35 mil .,ni. -ut.tHi ttflAINIttiM
Brownsville, through thesaid Coun- Spinsters' Convention Drew a Full 5
tyof Hidalgo, to the Southeast House and Deli hted the M
corner Starr County, a total esti- ' Audience
mated distance of 200 miles.
The meeting was calk! t r(i0r There were few if anv, vacant
SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1903.
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LP Cnpt Kelly, and Col. H. M. h,'-,ts 111 the opera house last night, f
ti::v aim gran. ior:1ie.u iyion(idd and E. C. Forto were elected onu ,)f " beat audiences ever as
H.t. y s. i chairman anducrelary respectively. S?,1,,'1 in Brownsville tieingpres-!
T,... railroad is the topic of c-on-j Capt. Kelly explained the object ent to wtess the "Spinsters,' Con-i
rcrr.ii.on pii- j . uic unvuu" nira was tuiluwui bv v"11'"- junnituim rose prooipi-
Col. Lott. uho gave a detailed ac- at eiKnt an1 disclosed the stage :j!
count "of the views of himself and :irr"nged for the Old Maids, with ' :!
associates in connection with the n,:,ny mirrors conveniently hung,
projiosed construction of said Ii. R. a,i(1 large hearts adorning the f.S
line, which is to b2.kn0.wn as '-The r'n-iining Spaces. Several ofthelSS
St. Louis, Brownsville and Mex- m""bers were seated on the stage i-gj
ico Railway Company." The citi- :,r!! presently, to the suprise of the
zens of Brownsville- and Cameron aUl,ipnce quite a bevy of the mein
County are requested to' contribute b2rs marched down the aisle of the
towards the construction of said I)era !uuse, to the stage. They
r-ad $40,000 cash and ;4() aore "ere arrayed in the fashion of a'
i,;iv oiie week more after this in
.vh: !i t" pay your taxes.
A hi.nily from Runge, with two
v..r..''n? and steams arrived last ev-
K-.ii -ale Good frame dwelJirg
0.1 h..ii lot in 4th. Ward. Apply at
A j.nvate telegram received this
in in. inn from Galreston stated that
;i liner Manteo would sail from
there f'r Brazos tonight.
Cr iin and hay for sale' at Lay
ton A' Haley's.
Tin -riiooner Brazos sailed from
Xcv D.n-ans on the 21. She brings
tli-machinery for the new pump
of t!i'.- Ii Titration company.
i u-ual fortnightly hop will
v u.vt-n :y the officers at the j-ost
tin- ex-inug. The reception to Maj
or .m 1 Mr-. .Mason will not occur
until next v.eek.
rr -a! - atl Layton & Haley's,
hav and giain.
Fat cars of freight from Hje
-tenner and the Beacham came up
j:i.-t fvei'.iag. About thirteen cais
more t!u- steamer'sMreight will
be brought up today.
1-'i: -A1.K One Hamlin and
G.i;;.i;.drgan. I Ins fourteen speak
m: -top- and ornamental top.
ri ;rc. .r4ii V. S. coin.
Apply to M. E. WooDHOfSE.
An advisory storm warning dated
yesterday at i:34p. nf. was received
In the .-iunal 01'tice this moritin
indicating brisk and probably' high
northwest winds on the Texas coast
for last night and this morning.
At Layton it Haley's, grain
and hay for sale.
Tin: II 1: i.d was mistaken yes
terday in saying that both Fioren
tim) and Ricardo Cortez were placed
under bond on the charge of receiy
in'' stolen property. The former
was released, and only the latter,1
Bicardo CiUz. was held under
bond, whn 'i was placed at 200.
o! land for every one mile of read ,on? ti,ne a?' antlJ in siito i the
built from the Arrovo Colorado to knon'n 3uth and beauty of most
Brownsville, a tptal of 10,800 acres. of the participants, they succeeded
3 ?lt ....
and one hundred acres at or near 111 ,OOKinS quiteold-inaitlish.
the city limits to be usetl exclusive
ly as depot grounds and for termin
The donation of land to be situat
ed within 2$ miles from the center
of tim R. R. track, and the contri
bution for. the first 3 mUe con
sidered paid -vyith the $40.00.) L-a.-!
referrer to above. -
It was the sense of the meeting
that the request of the railroad
company would be fairly met. Ms-r-L.
C. Hill, Rntciiffe, Field. Yturria,
Klalack, Rrowne, Kelly, Combe and
From beginning to end, it was a
most laughable comedy. Miss Lil
lian Mielke, as Josephine Jane
Green, presided over the meeting
most successfully. After roll call,
t lie secretary, Miss Ma 11 do E V00d
h.njse, as Priscilla Abigail Hodge,
re.: I a report on the eligible men of
'..-ownsville which made a number
or excellent local hits, and gave
our bachelors and widowers a chance
to s. e themselves as the spinsters
-v iliem, which greatly amused the
audience. The treasurer, Miss
3 1 it: 1
. Solicits you to, bny your Drags, Toilet artiel
Drug Sundries, Combs, Tooth, Hiir and Null
hrnthoc nr.il tli!nij i. 1 1 . ; - !:.... . n .... . . . .
mention. A full line of stationery and Lowney's
candies. Onr goods will suit the econmuieirbnyer
and th y..d- will ..f th- h-t q iiry. O.ir
prescription dr-piuiuifiu niAay- U- m clisrrel
ill gradunt of pliurm icv no. I prs m iri.os rt-e-ive il
his prsmixl iiMe tilion.
D, - Frederick J- Ocmbe,
VV .-' WVWvV W.' iA'v' VAw' AfAW,' sWM' "i
Af. :"(! Tilltnnn Pnl'tmiht Linn
1: 1 1'nis. re
their views of the subject, after w hicii
ported the financial ex
penditures of the association, dis-
i .t Meets Leading Men ot
.-ville Wants Land and
wtinsr of a number of the
business men and capital-
i-t- f Brownsville was held this
m rning in the offices over the Rio
irande railroad building for the
purpose of receiving a projiosition
Irom Uriah Lott, on lehalf of the
company which he represents for
the construction of a "railroad to
Brownsville. The meeting was or
ganized with Col. II. M. Field as
thainnan and E. C. Forto, Esq., as
Following is the rejwrt of the
meeting as made by E. C. Forto,
Brow nsville, Texas. Jan. 24, 1903,
At 11 o'clock this morning the
following gentlemen, Messrs. - Rat
cliff. Kelly, Lon C. Hill,. Whocler,
J. L. Putegnat, Carson, Maris, Bol
lack. Dalzell, Field, Dr. F. J. Com
be. Forto. Dr. Smith, Blalack,
James A. Browne, Wrtford, Ken
dall. Cress. Yturria, U. Lott and
others, met at the Casino Hall in
this city for the purpose of hearing
Col. U. Lott, on the projected con
struction of a railroad between Sin
ton, in San Patricio County through
Xueces, Hidalgo and Cameron coun
ties to the Rio Grande River at and
m the city of Brownsville, with a
" . "i" do,!,,- the fact that $60 had been
point twocommittee-v.ne to canvass sH.ltt sinC(. the ;lst rfJyorl f()r
Ihe county and one the town, to i.mq nets sent to bachelors.
obtain the desired bonus. The various features of the meet-
Whnrenpon L. C. Hill, s F ing succeeded rapidly, each being,
Yturria, J. A. Browne. F. J. Combe, if possible, more laughable, than its
and E. C. Forto were named to predecessor. The paper on Woman's
com .ese the county committee, and Rights was fine, and also the cti-
S. L. Dworman, C. II. .Maris,. F.J. tion to congress. The Appeal to
Combe, M. Fernandez ami E. C. ; Brownsville Bachelors by Miss
were named on'the town committee, j jarah Ke!,w3y, s Kebecca Rachel
n ,. f, , . ., , , , , iSharpe, was quite pathetic. Mwt
On motion, Col. Field was added to :,,.' ' . ., ' , .
' ainiisijiir w,i me oriciimi iirwin hv
the said town committee.
The members of both commiitees
Betsey Bvibetl, Airs. B. L. Cain
The. delate on dress reform bv Miss
agreed to meet at 7: 30 this p. in. at ilt'w C--e, as Patience Desire
the ofiice of Mr. Hill, to consider Man."' anf iMiss. Kenedy, as above
, . , . . mentioned, was interesting. -It was
their plan of action. una.,.m m.,v decided bvt!ic Indies
The meeting then adjourned, j again t refolm. The riile of the
call by the chairman. lliiler Hotef came in verv aptlv,
' Ii f T - l . t r- " . . "
II. M. FlFXD,
read by .Miss Edith Foster,-as Violet
Ann Kugles, and created a laugh.
The discovery of a mouse in the
hall at one joint in the proceedings
caused great consternation on the
part ;f the ladies, antbtheway they
aii screeched and jumped up oil
their chairs was quite natural.
'1 he appearance of Prof. Makeover,
cleverly impersonated bv Beni.
jKowaNki, ant! his assistant. H.
F. J. CUEKEY Co., Props , To-' i""", hroughl hope to the for-
laclo 'J - 'ion! spinsters, uy maKing mem
We the nackTsasnecl. lre known F. ,,v.er tlle profefWr thought they
U.'CheiibV for the last 15 year, and be-1 ""S" w muucu ineirowiib-
lievtflumimrfectlylioaonibleiii all bos- . "'6' iio
hiess transactions ami financially able : -ryices were iiromptly engaged,
to eairv ont anv oUieatlons ma.le br ' . " vmm-
We offer One Hunilrel Dollars Re
ward for auy case of Catarrh hat can
not be cored by Hall's Catarrh Cur.
West Tkcas, Wholesale Drrgsists,
Waijhkq, Kixxas & Mahvix, Whole
sale Druggists, Toleilo, O.
Hall s Catarrh Cnre is taken mterudl
ly, acting directly npon the blood and
innoons surfaces of the pystem. Price
750-. per bottle. Sold by all Druggiste.
Testimonials free .
llali's Faaiily Pills are the best.
Pi ices and Qualify ae
Vicc-Prcsiicct of "Monica's Democratic Qubs of Nbrthera Ohio.
HERE ARE 3IA2vl
sickly women be
tween the ages of
45 and 55, but there are
very few invalids over 55
tf and GO years of age. The j
change of life coming to
a woman near her forty
fourth year, cither makes
her an invalid or gives
her a new lease on life. Those who
meet this change in ill health sel
dom live ten years afterward, while
a woman who lays aside the active
duties of womanhood in health sel
dom fails to live on in happiness,
years after she has passed CO. This
is truly a critical time.
Mrs. Laura S. Webb, of Toledo,
Ohio, recognizes the change of life
as a dangerous period and she ako
has faith in Wine of Cardni. She
"As I had alwavs been troubled more
p or less at the menstrual period, I dreaded
Mrs. Is.ura S. IVclb.
the change of life which was
fast approaching. While vis-
itia? -with a Inecd I noticed
that she was taking yocr
Wine of Cardui, and she was
so enthusiastic about it that I
.decided to try a bottle. I ex
perienced some relief the first
month, so I kept on taking it
for three months and now I
menstruate with no pain and
I shall take it off and oa now
until I have passed the climax. I do not
dread it now, as Iam sure that your
Vine of Cardui will be of great benefit
at this time."
"Wine of Cardni is the remedy to
rc-inf orcc a woman against the shock
that cbmes with the change of life.
It re-establishes healthy functions
after years of suffering. In doing
this it has saved thousands of suf
ferers just in time. Do not wait
until suffering is npon you. Thor
ough preparations should be made
in advance. Begin the "Wine of
Cardni treatment today.
WIS77S? WVrJTE A P1"10? offering women
WU W feP . fiRTT . M B S fs I U a&xe louna reiiet in
V xci Js wa,fi w At Wine of Cardni
SULTAN OF JOLO -DEAD.
ed his machine and came out as
fairies, beautiful maidens, etc. One
of the transformed was'Miss Wootl
house, who came out as a beautiful
opera singer, and her burlesque
operatic singing wus one of the best
features of the play. The little dog
that went into the rcmodoloscope
with one spinster came out a string
of sausages. The machine-finally
i broke down on one particularly i n
j ancient dame.
j Besides those above mentioned,
j the following took part each con
i tributing much to the success of the
All person are hereby notified
that I am now ready to receive as
sessments or renditions of property
for the current year.
. EZEQI'IEL CVAZO?,
Tax Assessor. Cam. Co.
Brownsville, Texas, Jan. 13, 1903.
GEORGE' CHAMPION J'Jfillil ftCflVefllf-,
al! kind e" h- hid at
'entertainment: Miss Lily Johnson
.1 'p: cm i it: T -t:ii
.Mahw Ruler Succumbed to the;'1-:
Loew as Charity Lohgface, Miss !
Mary Ann Freaddler, Miss Julia , JjlYe StOCiC UrOivei',
lioiiacK as junei i-ong, -irs. a.
-.r m t in Ti,nliJElsie Walther as Cleopatra Belle AGRICULTURAL lands citable $
Manila, January 19.-Thc sultan ( rowll0j Mis. l. Sebree as Frances ; for farmins in thc vaaey of the
of Jolo died recontly of cholera. Touchmenot, and Miss Mina EglyjX mo oraDE. also In the State of i
Hi mother went to Jolo s a sl.iv-. ' as Hannah Bigger? taff.
m TAMATJLIPAS, MEXICO, will be
career has been compared with Anotner ieaiuru uterunSuien ion g sold in or iar?e tncts to 5
rie innower of the dowatjerp5 a s,ou iUi'SiL1 oa,uVru suit purchasers. g
ne in pouor " ic o ger k who h a very , i v
ot umna. one once :iskcu i was warmy encored, to which M " " " ?
the Philippine commission for
poison in order to enable hcr to
protect her son in the sultanate.
t , u '1 .. .1
ne Kinaiv resuouueu. ai
The success of the entertairiment S53939339e(Seee6
was due largely to the efforts ,of , .
Mrs. E. K. Goodrich, who managed ri lifs". MftiftaTi o.mn. tipt
. r .i : ui.. J U.
tne lianuriiianuo iuusi tiuiiuiuuiv. -t j u
0nM votes $22,000 in bonds to The cross receipts were $S0, U. S. hundred Old newspapers
branch line starting from the said build a school house. coin. at tins omce.
I hi mm STREET1
Jellies and Jams.
b QatmeaLand Rice.
'S High-grade Uams.
fjutinegs and Spice.
3 filAGere! an(J Macaroni.
15 (onfi nntla for the money.
5 Onions, if yon please.
$ tf erini3'Ili , Canned Frail
Everything that's nice.
Rever Fails to Suit.