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VOL rt
Orsrnor
amscTORir
L nt Governor i
Comptroller J D SleCall
Zzsa SopJmlMlOEsr TrLlfcGaUHhey
reasure W K Mtottjiun
Attorney Gcjetal C A Cclberscn
EaptPnbUsInstruction J MCarLsIe
ifrsTBicr and couirrr oftcees
Congress an 9th district tv IL Criiri
CUte Stmiar 27th district B AAtIe
EepttjeitxtiTW 3ith district Tjyf KaSsedy
Crasty Jddge I TaoEIaa Careen
C may Attorney AUgastiil C lay
lmaty Clerk Jeea Webb
eriJT ECForto
TreMttrer CGarxa
43cssor Geo Champion
Jrctor J A BrmCKJ
Jarvayor ManiaHsMon
Xide Inspector
Coijxrr coimtsSioSEitS
TTettctKol It ATassel
i aact So t Iti n < it > er
iwJictN63lt F Garcia
deduct so 4i tti P Perez
CKmty court meet Jfcf civi crmnai add pro
ate business ot thr r l ilondays In March Jure
littnlB and t < i2bcr
ciTY CFFiCECC
Iajorr il Thomas Carson
CSueT oiT FoLie f Tamayo
Xreanrer C AFoHcin
fcettiry Jf ftKingsbTry
At fTtT t W H Jaaun
turfvor SWnrooks
fat xr and Collector S alde
fa fc DISTRICT CCUBT
i Zhc I UoSlnif are the officers ofafcd the tifcea sad
mi es uoldicg court Tor tnt Western Di trict ct
jL TiStricli <
nutin A J vais
tn TA D H Halt
f2r I x 1 arp
L x ju Marshal J B Welter
J oaedfesM EsdABUjilo on tile first Moa
l d iin JayaadKo illier
Em A tin oa the first JToaliya in February tel
3 nr c ue first Jfondiy In January
r x aoai rondayjn Jme
a ± > on the first Mondays in April and 0
tjoe
tjoeTTrVTrErGHTn JUDlCm DlBTBlch
I rri jaage23thjudlcuitsLlct JCBussell
Jisic Ak jrney John L Rfcaber
trfct firk Louis K3lrl > l
Bvri t Court raeete ia fellows
C rou rjunty iirst JonijB hifttlrtitrfand
o euaer contmoennecis anroitoekj
ri > l j ajty rourth llouaays atttr the Erst
l s a rbruary an J bepieml r cdrtlHucs
a dat Sllttt ip l r alcr the flrtJfon
in iibniay nil Septnuber continues in
tN a oa ture ueekp
lh s Ccnuy NiunJLondaysafWr the first ion
s > Fc nury ud > eptember contlntlfia in
a 1 an elx WcciS
I TT3 JOUTAttr POST iortBrVxn
iiiiler iltiarHenry Wajtner
T fai rinastcr LieuL H J Goldiidaa
Capt Wm B lyii
I j Mirgeon
S CUbtdJI tOUsa
hi Hichel coilectoi
a xi rmmn Spoiial Deputy
2 Hnic Cnief Clerk
S XMIcu Entry Clerk
jfEXICAlf CONSOEATE
IVIcnco Borreli Consul
I M6
STATE OFFICERS
rti
SOCIETIES
7SHogg
H H Crane
KtO GKASDE LODGE SO 81 A F A U B
ATurregsn WiL S Dworman8 WJ Isidore
arks J VT B I Cain Secretary E Daliell
Treasnreri r N Sattnsoa S D It H Wallls
J D U W Miller Tyler Tiaiting brothers cor
dially incited Lodge meets first and third Tues
aj In eacit month
SIOTHIS 6F fiOXOS LODGE > 0 3730 V F
Dennett Dictator Frank Champion Vice DictS
sr M lianson Assutant Dictator F J Combe
Pist Dictator J ft Slurpe Finaacial Beporier
H auerwooiEccorde M Loahy Guide Jesso
O Wheeler Chaplain A Tcuk Treasurer Johil
Tlif1 Guardian J P Lopez Sentinel Lodge
meets second add four JiTueojaySot each month
U Ou 0 F LdD0E IW C H JIarli Noble
Grand William A > ealc Vice Grand Jollri 0
Stucke screUry George Moore treasurer The
Lodge meets every Wednesday night at 730
Yiiitilig brethren rdaC Odd Fellows In good
i a mlins aro cjrJUUj InviUd u att ud
tU tln SEitflCE
PEPAKTtiaS
For Alice Tc as daily at 6 a m
ltio Grande City Morl
day Wtd and Priday at 6 a m
For Point Isabeldaily at9 a m
ilatamo ro ilcxico Except Sun
day at930ana
iKRIVALS
rrorn Alice Texas ddilj it 10 p nt
Uio Grande TrlWeekly at 7 pm
ioint Isabeldaily at6 pm
Matamot03 alexico 430 p in
ca iTiMonos niREcxonv
Americsn Consul SThanhouser
fcce Consul J Brlenberg
ClerK Oliver Bocks
Civic ofticrbs
i edcral JuHge Luciano Cervantes
Jndea 1st Instance Francisco Gucrra
President City Council 3L Barragan
OhJef of PdllceS E 1izaTia
> > jne2to r of Stato Tix J U Zolezii
O0r Stamp Trfr A A Pis5ernint
Collr city Ux It de 10s saatoS Cay
CUSTG2IS OFFIGEX
Aflministrador G Fernandez
Vmtador J Olivo
Acting as Captain ciistom cuards
F Argiielles
Ail Opportunity
To buy a cheap farm iri Cameron
Coilnty or
rtf Acres more or les fo i
OUt 1000 U S Cnrrency
fris land is situate five miles back
from the town of Sari Maria
has Mesqnite Ebony HacTjoeiry
and Ash timber Tt is allnvial soil
and easyof cnitivation
address
addressJorfs W Horr
JAiiES B TCELLS
ATTORXBY AT LAW
Brownsville r r Terns
Office Second Floor Bib Grande Eailroad Building
Will practice in any of the Courts etale or tederaL
Tintaro XAfid and railroad litigation thn investigation of
titles and preparation cfaostrabts specialties
CAMPBELLS ELCU
LAW akd LAND OFFICE
Established i5i
Branch OGce Bio Grande City
STLaud AbatnuSiS a Speclalti
CoBitia ClinisTi Tkxab
JkB RENTFO
ATTbRKEY AND
J0UNSEL0RATLAV
Will jirActide ih all Fbderal and
StrtB Cnurte
BtyiwitsVilfct Teas
JNO I ELEIBERj
xTTOftNE Y ATL A W
Oificc ovbr Eirst HaHoilal Bahk
iiro bbVilie TexaS
Hl practice in atij of the
oi rfc of thf Stats when Bjiedallj
niplo ed
A 8 THJIiiLOND5
AtfoilfldY At LAW
and General Lkild Agent
7ifT0RlAs TEXAS
II KCTY F HOBT > A f3t Stl5Biffi
Hord Sterne
APORETSAT law
itw Grande dtp Texas
J E 3l0NidE J H EofrARDS
tfOLTIlfE EDWARDS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
10 GRANDE CITY 1EX
YY H MASON
ATTdRNEY AT LAW
Office Corner Levee aild Elev
enth Street
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
JO UN P KELSEY
ATTORNEYAT LAW
Will prabtice in the Federal and
btate Coarts
ltio Grande Oitif Texas
G H Thorn
DENTIST
rs
Brownsville Tex
Philipp Hesse
BEtOWSSTILLE TEX
SURVETOR NOTART PUBUG smJ LAND ftfiEHT
Lands bnftght and told on commis
6ion Several fraelp or sale
in Ctimeron Starr Webb
Hisrilso and Encina I
Conntif
J J COOKE
Brownsville TexaS
F B Armstrong
TAXIDERMIST
DEALER IN
Mexican and Southern Birds
Mammal Skin Bird Eggs
and Specimens of Ndt
ural History
V
iE ii trCwlrv
DEALEk tN
LUMBER
elinds Doors Sash
ALL KINDS OF
BUILBiNG MATSAIAL
The verj lif hest each prices paid
for Hidefi Wool Cottonj
Umep Ilair Etc
M Bdhodts
tiRttWASVlLLE TEX
MORGAN STEAMSHIP LI
SOUTKEBH PAOIPIG COMPANY
ATLANTIC SYSTEM
Steamers make rips between
Morgan City oh ATew Orleaiis
ti Brazos Saatiago ria
Galresfori abbiit er fy
ten da
For ftirtlibr InForinaiion call oh oi
tidhePS
91 B SIXGSBlJRf iscnl
J BlELENBERG
GEsnut Aotsr Job SoitTHEas JEirco
New Home
I
IIC
TIip Rest and Easiest Rnnning
Machine ih the world Took
the Medal fur pilperiority
at thexp etit Coliitiibian
Worlds Fair
Dealt In
JEWELRYj ARMS AND
AMMUMTION
CommerdoSt Matiriiotos
BEUJi KQWALSKi
MASUFACTUREP AGENT
Merchandise Broker
1879 Established 1879
Representing some of the leading Ooffeeland Suaar
houses Bice Mills Flour Mills Soap Candle
Ftarch ard Leaf Tobacco factories in the O S
SPCorisignmeuts Solicited
Elizabeth St Brownsville Texas
THE GROCE
DEAJERIN
Fancy aad Staple Grocories
Tinware Crockery and
Country rrduce
E5FFresh goods teceived by every
steamer
Fourteentli St Brduns ville Tex
Frank
BROWSSYIttE T ±
Represents the Largest Grocery
Ilonse in the South
SELLS ALCOHOL IN BOND
OLIVE OlL VINEGAR
POTATOES AND
DRIED FRUITS
KEEPS 8 TOOK ARMOURS
LARD FOR IMMEDIATE
DELIVERY
Write for Terms Particulars etc
eUSTOM HOUSE
AND
3iERCBANDSE BR0KEP
Consfgnments Soliciteo7
fefcfc
Srownsville ffeor Waslringtow and lliU Stsf rownsville TVxa i
WAS IT COINCIDENCE
Hie Slranjie thlhb That llappen
td at rithole thckight Lih
coln Wba Shot
I may furget nil of the ntunpr
ona reiiiH rknblu and Slnrtliiig itici
dunUthat were rt put > fihe pion
eei duvuiopiuetite of thu Petwiejlva
nin oil rrjtioha and I have fdrgnt
teii inmij of illein Iitu there ia one
liiat 18 Ihdelililj imprtesed bpon rhy jj
mind us it no dohht ib oh tin
minds of every 6nrviVing parHci
pant in the doing ot thosu hveh
dMj6 eaid one of hoae old timers
The fmnoiid old lIiiiUete d well
where oil was strmk in tlie early
pa t of 1865 Was the gtisher thnt
started the rhsh to Pithole Creek
and bronglt into cx end in tin
vi delne 8 u city tf 20000 inhabit
ants ahu st as tjuiekly as it could
have bien done by the tnxgib of
Aladdins lamp John W k
Booth was on a visit to the oil conn
tiy hIioiU that time looking tor in
vestihchb and he paid 15000 lor
a one thirteenth interest in the
Ilomestbad wbll Ul was selling
for SI a i barrel then at d the
IlomeFteHd waa flushing hundreds
of barrels a d y
Wlien thu news erne in April
that Lue bad surrendered and hat
the war was over aihong the bun
dnds n flisrs that Were fl ated in
Pitliolc as evidences of the joy that
was felt over the great event wss
onb f roiii the top of the derrick M
the ilothestfead wel Wh cnj quick
ly following the b glad tidings the
terrible news was received of the as
sassination of President Lincoln
every one of theee fligs except one
was lowered to halfmxst as a mark
of the peoples mouthing for the
martyred ehief That one n g waa
the one that h id been raised ovci
the Homestead well in rejoicing for
the triumph of our nrtns thn well
of which the President assassin
was part owner Why waB that
flag nnlowered Because on the
evening of April Lf 1865 at thb
very minute that Booth flred his fa
tal shot at the President an explo
sion as of a clap of thunder shook
Pithole City and angry ilimea in
stantly wrapped the Homestead
well from base to siimmi When
the 8id npws whb received at Pit
lnle of tho death ofLincolthe town
was over hung with a pall a6 black
as night fron l the smoke tlfat rose
from the ruins of the well that had
pouted moriey ino the assassins
hand money no doubt which lie
u ed in layiigoiit and perfecting
his mtlrderons plans The flisj that
had floated from th e derrick Was
consumed with the rest of the prop
erty
Of course matteroffict people
at Pithole and elsewhere in I he re
gion said that the explosion that
made a consuming pillar of fire and
a paI of smoke of the Homestead
well would Ifave occurred just the
bhiuo if the President had not oetri
assassinated but Ihiy were few c m
pared with those who declared that
the coin6idcu6e was too startling
and appaiing to have been other
than a visitation of tlie wrath of
Piovidence against tho wretched
Booth And there are a go d many
hardheaded folks who hold to that
opinion still New York Son
CONFIRMED
Washington June 20 Thc Be
tc in titcntive session today con
Brrhedthe following nomination
Jhn Bl Gurmaii of Georgi itot i bt
consiil of the United States at Mat
afiicfro
BROWNSVILLE TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 25 1894s
JpJCOfESSiiJ Vil CitRDS
n OOrRIOH MARIS
ATTORNEYSATLAW
DEAIEn8 m EKAL ESTATS
Jomplbte Abel ra cts btv Cameron
Comity Kept In The Office
I RO WNSVILLE TEX
i
Fihal becisinn Rendered by iTndge
Tiiiey in the belebrate d
Case
Chicago June 51 Judge Tliley
this itftmoon read his opinion in
the Stnrges Farewell litigation It
is a finding for 7500b in the suit
against J V Hud C B Farwell
and Abuor Taylor on the Kensing
ton contracts to be paid iu ninety
days with 5 per cent interest a find
in for Wm Sttuges of 111390
to be credited on a note for 140
000 made in July 1889 and due
ilie syndicate
Judgement is also entered in fa
vor of J V Farwell for Use of the
syndicate jgaiiiet Win Sturgis for
28504 payable in ninety days
In the Marquette Contract wheie
l8fJD0 was dcp sitt d the court
gives J V Farwell 10000 and
the balance ol S00O to Mrs
Si urges The 75000 o rdered
paid to Mrs Sttlrgis is on the eapi
tol contract which Was the main
matter of the litigation The cohrt
holds that while Mr Sturgea was
not reghlaily erhployed yU his ser
vices were adopted by the company
md must be paid for
The court overruled the coiiten
lion that Mr Sturges services are
of no viiIupj arid hdldg that he did
good work for the company The
litigtioh which is ended by tliie
final arbitration has extended over
a long series of jcars and involvi d
a claim for 2000000 for suvie
rendered by Wry Sttlrgis in pro
moling the Tex is capital schem
The Capitol was to have been built
at a cost or 1500000 by John
V Frwell of Chicago hie brother
ex United States Senator Charles
B Farwell and Congressman Ab
iter Taylor The were to receive
from I he state of Tix a 300005o
acics of Texas land stocked with
100000 head of cattle The build
ing cost more than wa s expected
and to obtain funds StnrgtB at
tempted to interest foreign capital
istp being promised ho cla ims 4 0
per cent of all profits over 3000
000 The dispute was over the
value of his services Mr Stnrjjes
ia now in a sanitarium his mind
having failed during lie present
hearing
guyeeJ a georgIa crack
ER
Early in tho spring of G4 say6
CharlieEidenlienz Geii Clebt irhs
division of Confederates wis en
cairfped a few miles east of Dallon
Ga on a creet called fhe Cor
esauga as well as I remember It
was seldom that citizens came
bout camp hift on such iceasiijns
the boya would if possible have
sotiio liiu o ut of tliem ue day
an old man hade his appea fanco in
cmip lie was a fair type ot a
nalfve of Northern Greorgin old
I a n and lank and so was jie mnfe
he bestrode Hello Uncle Joah
How aro you Uncle Joah How
ia all the iamiljf e rid iiarfy Hors
O
± tyj frf Hj > <
NO 299
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Reptirfc
STURGESFARWELL LITIGA
TtON
Powder
ABSUTELY PURE
trom i very direction He was sti
prised at this froili entire strangers
arid His chagrin added liicl to tho
fl itnes Ono fellbx with a voice
1udi r tlnlri the rest sang out biyj
this U Kins liivid At this they
all Hallooed King David King
David Low are you King David
Where is your harp King David
but the old liian trjuibled to the
racket Iiis face lit np he tiicd io
speak hut could not make himself
heard iri the general thinnlr Firi
ally tlie Hoyp not wisliii to throt
tie free speech stopped hullerirg
when the old man delivered hiiri
self in real Georgia vcrnacuar fli
followp
Roys yon una be wron for
thiB aint King David its Saul
he is oiit liuntingIiia fatiiers BEHeiJj
and Ifea darn glad hts foifnd
them
This brought down the camp
so to speak arid sliclf ho owing
never was heard Gen Cleburti
sent over an orderly to ascertain
the cause of so much hilarity among
his troops and oil learning tho facta
enjoyed it us well aa anyb dy
San Anfohio Express
HER FATHER A DRUNKARD
She A leges That Governor Luwcjl
i g Is R sponsible
Atc hifdn Ka June IS A suit
for 5000 was filled in tlie District
Court Here tins afternoon against
Governor Lewelling Mayor Cioycs
and the Police Commissioners of
Atcliison The su t is in favor of
the 12 year old daughter hi Reft
Phelps who aleges that by rea son
of these ofileiil3 failing to do ther
duty in suppresingointshcr fater
has been provided for aa she would
have otlieiwise The mother of
the child brought a similar actiori
against the city and county for 6
000 sovcral days ago It i alicg
ed in the action ji t hepnn thaC
Goveinor Lewelling and thj other
ofiicials knew that whisky was h H
nig sold here contra ry to law yo t
they permitted it Bimply because
the saloon men pud considerable
moriey for the privilege Tlie a t
tormy in the jase says that the mat
ter will be taken to the last court it
ntccssary
Vichy the heath drink tee cold
at Kleibcra
AWARDED
Highest Honors Worlds Fair
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