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SILVER BRICr SUIT.
r,tfSi ccKcy. ;No Piur.i Plan Adopted Mr. Bryan Has Xot Yet" Been Heard From. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JaSlESiJ. tYELLS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Denver, Col Dee,, 24. Judce' J OSet v - a tifv (' ' " "" ; s.w A. Wfc-Kuoker hn 'returned fnmi 1.601 Tr T r ... . g. St. -i.ouis, -where he conferred e r.i-.joorarj. !;tU .lv., e I,1T r.:i uij a uuuiuci. ii JCUUlui; PIJVCI iAL C8U3TY JOUBitAL. . ot " "y """nungj j tots propositi suver uriCK sniCy "" "r"f I which is to bfl carried into .the ThrtxaiayUtt- 2. IS&tf. Supreme Court 'of the United Maky people who "cast their hread npon the waters." look for nothing less than a fruited cake on the return tides. If the .officers ot some cities -would pay half as much attention to the man who carries a loaded pistol in his hip poeket as they da to the kid with a bunch of cannon fire crackers, Imuran life would bei Mfer than it is at present. TWENTIETH CENTURY'3 DAWN The Friendly Islanders will be the Jb'ir&t IVopIe to Hail its Advent. "The first people to live In the twentieth century will be the Frieudly Islanders, for the date line, as it may be called, lies in the Pacific Ocea) just to fbo east of their group," writes John Ritchie,4 Jr., in. the January Ladies' Home Journal, of "Where the , Next Century will Really Begin." 'At that time, although it will be already Tuesday to them, all the rest of the world will be enjoying ?izme phase- of .Monday, the last day of the nineteenth century (De cember 31, 1900). At Melbourne the people will be goiug to bed, for it will be nearly ten o'eloek; at Manila it will be two honrs earlier in the evening f at Calcutta the English residents will be bit ting at their Monday afternoon dinner, for it will be about six o'clock j and in London, 'BigBen,' in the tower of the HouSEgof Com moos, will be striking the hour of noon. In Boston, New York and Washington half the people will ' bs eating breakfast on Monday morning, while- Chicago will be barely conscious of the dawn. At the same moment San Francisco will be in the deepest sleep of what is popularly called Sunday uight tfiough really the early, dark hours of Monday mormug, and half the P&uific will be wrapped in the dark ness of the same morning hours, which become earlier to the west, irutil at Midway or Brooks Island it-will be bnt a tew minutes past 2flidnight of Sunday night." C,4 rM! " T f t ! joiaies. me juuge says no nnaii plau wvs adopted, as it is neces sary to consult with others be fore the inmovement is put under way. Ho found many Dem-f ocrats in sympathy with the idea, but Mr. Bryan is yet to be heard from. "Judging hy expressions' of prominent men who came to St. Louis to talk over the question' the judge says, "the feeling is strong for the measure. It was shown that the two suits are now pending one from Michigan and the other from Illinois, in which, perhaps, the same principles are to be decided as in the case which has been under discussiofi. I w?s invited to go to Washington and appoar before the Supreme- Conrt in those cases. It is possible the whole question may be determined in the opinions in the cases now pending.. Seuator Morgan of Alabama aud George Fred Wil liams of Massachusetts have volunteered to assist in the legal fight without compensation and others are eager to do the same thing. It is necessary, however, j to raise money for the expense of the suit, aud that is the ques tion new to be decided upon:" IvUCinfclt, ATIORNEY AT LAW, EJrownsvilie, Tesi Will practice In any oi the State court ' wuen speciatm employed, EB. RESTaRO, v I-tljK lTftNEY AT LAW. ViII practice m .ill Federal and i courts. BH0WX&VIIX2. T23AS. Li rx. uuuur:ui, A ATTORNEY AT LMV,. BROWNSVILLE TE5AS. ATTORNEY AT LAW. DealePin Res'! Estate. Complete Abstracts of Cameron County, ke -t in the office. BBO. LX.E. TESSAS. p II. MARIS, LAWYER AND LAND AfcENl fcy W.X Jt jkM JKOfttLK, . SOW S infant Food m v r' - ,. i , bd i 61 ft H K 111 W&&hiyC&&&?&! Wf? ail &Pi(yjii m Condensed Milk i JL A PcHFEcr Substitute Fo J Mothers Milk, for ? J yg tj YEffiS THE LEADWG BRXHO. fo 'ggt Q mUfFAttTHAmTttFREE. O fM By Publication. fevSi ?M m m ira f .; gtcsm Oman's- -O-Tl TQYmim virtae. EErcca-, ilo. July 37. For years I snfferadtsmbie naiaa every month acii aiy doctor told melcculdnot bsccred except by aa ooerstton I fait I couid sot submit to tbt aad vras o das pendent I had siren no aH 3o0es ata cars, tly hasbaad ioslsted qa my tryinr Wcce oi Cadai aal at la.t thaak GoJ I aid Sryil. Lest uosth I did not hTo & pais, aad did all ray Trorie, which I ha2 cot done in seven years. MBS ZSJ2TNIE LITTLE. m gacjs's WHeofClr1 tmttTHSAUN sort FRO. 21 KSNC96eoHaiC0frlRWTOBC l LI! Citation Money to Losn on Good SrcnritJ-. OfSce in the Dalzeli Buildin on Leve Street. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. JOHN ! JARTLETT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Wifl practice in District, Slate an1 Ftuleral Courts. CHc trftlj Jaa B. Wells, In P..o Grande Ral o IMtldinc (nptsirs). Judge Rucker as president of the Monetary League, has called a meeting of the league, to be held in this city nesjliesday evening, when . the iaB TL procedure will be discusy m also the best means of raising money for the work. The indica tions are that if a new ease is instituted it not be commenced in the name of Colorado. Theground taken is that Congress has no right under the constitution ta j demonetize either gold or silver j therefore the act of 1S73 is void. The JLawton Fond. Washington, Dec. 27. Subscrip tions to the Lawton- home fund re ceived by Gen. Corbiu at the war department up to date amount to $17,325.45. Total subscriptions now amount to $31,404.45. includ ing outside contributions. TRAGEDY AT DALLAS. Gen Lawtoa's Remains. Washington, December 27. Quartermaster General Ludington received a message today from Col. .Miller of the qnartermaer's de partment at Manila saying arrange ments have been made to send home the remains of Gen. Lawton, Maj. Logan and Nj. Armstrong Dalian. Tex. Dec 24. Oh.vHRi on the trausport Thomas which .Miller and Waltsr Meyers who had , leaves on the 30th.inst. for San ome nnsuuderstnndiirg yestei day I Francisco. c svera tnrkey ramVr met about Rrownsvine. Tex B,"ON'ROE & SEAHURY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW vVill practice in all Frderai and State Courts Ooroolete abstract of Star county andfamusy trees in reIationthereto,kepf in office i RIOORAND C1TT. TEXAS. For Over Fifty Years. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with per fect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays ail pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, it will re lieve the poor little sufferer imme Jiately Sold by Druggists in every part of the world. Twenty five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no other kind. FOR SALS A gentleman's by cicle, bran new, can be bought for half price by applying at Tse Hesjaij office. Han Killed-In a Quarrel Over a Turkey Rafi!. SJo'ctoek tonight on rhe sidewalk near the Stock Yards saloour iu Edt Drtllai and renewed' tbeir quart el. Miller shot Movers through ths lifcart, killing him instantly and' then fled. Tha officers are v,till PICTURE HATS OF FOR. parching for Miller. t " AN INTERESTING CLOCK. The broad picture hat of sable isnewidea. One I saw a few days ago was of sable, with a pair ot sweeping pheasant couteaux, tip rd -wiMi fr.hn virirl nrnrnrn nf tbn r pheasant breast plumage, for a finish Paris Letter. Twm3?ij Ym33 TtTTinmT TT VAMlAlHltmrr! T nrk Tfrol, -rrr , ' i-'LIXEjK'liJJL iUiUUJlMiITAL(. Jighly prize an cld-cight-day clock, "That cook asked if- we -had which hangs in the schoolroom at-.hardwood floors." Inched to ther principal chapel. "What did you tell-her, Jack?" Itliey claim that it was by this very 'I didn't auwer her at all. How iracpiece that John Wesley wheu could'I guess whether she wanted hefisited the town, used to time theui.-or didn't want them?" In &e sermons, M)rne of which ex-,dianapolis Journal. - tended to an hocr and a half, j The clock which was removed Fotjxd At the ferry landing a some tim? ago from the old chapel sat key, with number 81 on it and inoSfc.. Mary street, is now gfciug. ktters. Loser can- have same by sswell as ever it did. London calling at this office and paying of mimmmw piH'V.y Zi"J '' 6l suffered for twenty-five years from Beast trouble and tried endless reme diss without relief. I steadily grew "wozsz acd became txaable to lie down; my heart wtxdd palpitate and flutter, and at times it sxsned as " breath. I Miles' Heart Cure, aad tnar.k God I asn. enjoying goodnealth as a result. It ctfcscf cae. Mrs. EKaSchlndhelm, fnl. Yemcnra.J? THE STATE OP TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Coustable of Cameron County Greeting: Yoti are hereby commanded thaf. yon cause the following notice iu wordsand figures as follows, to wit: No. 319, In the matter of the Estate of Catalina Petdtpain, deceased, J Proof of last will and testament of Catalina Petitpain, deceas ed, pendiug in County Court of Cameron county, Texas, sitting in probate. To all persons interested in the above entitled estate. Kofeice is hereby given that Mar tin B. Kingsbury, applicant, by his attorney herein has filed interroga tories in the matter oAhe probate of the last will and testament of Catalina Petitpain, deceased, pend- ing iu she county Court of Cameron county Texas and numbered 319, on the Probate Docket of said court to M. D. Monserrate and Dr. Amos Graves, sr., witnesses to said w?H j and who reside in the city of San Antonio, county of Bexar, State of Texas, the answers to wMch will be read in- crvidenco upon the proof of said will, and has alsd filed an affidavit in said cause, that all of the witnesses to said will are non residents of the conuty of Cameron, State of Texas, and that they are witnesses to the execution of said willjand that the persous entitled to claim by, or through said de ceased have not appeared to contest said will and are unknown and have no attorney of record upon whom service can be made,and tbat a commission will issue on and af ter the thirtieth day after the pub lication of this notice, to take the depositions of said witnesses. Witness Joseph Webb, Clerk of j Conuty.;Canrt, of Cameron county, l o, I Given under my hand and the seal of said Court, at office in the city of Brownsville, this the 8th., day of December A. D., 1S39. L.S Joseph Webb. Clerk, Conntv Court, Cameron Conntv Texas. jJii Modssty h th crowning virtue of American wonKiu It is the fralf, thai all mamand admires. A modest woman k, the most pleasing of alf created things. Bcause of thts becorounr vri? thousands of women pretrr to sufer untold miseries ratber taan coofcde their treaties to 2 physician, ant to even think of submitting to an extrnfeatmn is revolt ing. They can't gzt their own consent to an operafion. Wine ot Cardui permits seia:ti e women tQ"rciain their modesty. W ith it they can cure u lemale troublss" in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment is required- they can write to the Advisory Department of the Chatta nooga Medicine Co., and their letters will be promptly answered by women trained in tne cure of womanly weaknesses and irregu larities. There shouki be no hesita tion. Derived treatment itieans a chronic condition. The longer postponed the harder to cure. A LASSS BOTTLS OF WISE OF CAHBUJ COSTS SI.00 AT TrfE DRUG STOa. ( roradYirtiacsaisrennliins: special I ( clractloaa.aidresa.xivteiriT'ontt jut, JJOiCC(BCO, Caaccosa, Tena. ZZ?9 T3 R5W lMf r--- . .., ... ,ri rsr..l'--ii rsi me i'lace to THE fO When Tou Want Alltindsof Liquid Refresh msns And Courteous Treatment 12 rERWATIONAL SAL00K Dealers in Wines, Brandies, Liquors Cigars, The Finest in the Citr. Elftabeth Street, Brownsville, Tesas. Victor I lti xia LAREDO, Care of Worm&r Bffcs. W& m T 5 -"3 - ' 0I1T T M-nnrrri rfXtjj tJS ne, SXV.XkXi or?as G y.o. m Manufacturer's Agont and Dealer Trm All Kinds of MONUMENTS, STATUARY AfflK CEMETERY WORK From all Sinds; or Granite and BIrlfd isr esis ASraafsas sna? r 'h iron Fencings. Columns, EencLes Vases, Fountains, etc., szSS!azs OI -very description. JZtimates and Desings Furnished on Application Eepresented by S W. BROOKS, Bromsvilie, Texa S3 1 iJ iia v ;I! If yon wilt buy tliree m M irsmia x roots To be pubhiJied in some news paper for thirty days and of this precept, and bow" yon have execut ed the same, make due return. Witness Joseph Wdbb, Clerk of, theCouuty Court of Cameron coun-j ty, Texas. I Given under my hand and seal' ofsaid Court, at office.in the city of Brownsville this the 8th., day of December A. DT,4$99. L.S. Joseph Webb, j? Clerk, County Court, Cameron.; Gounty, Texas. - j : and smoke j them to-day you will get- & tlie greatest amount of comfort and g satisfaction tiat q cents will buy in" m m a smoke, and get it tiiree times over! g S You haven't any idea howgood tney are and cannot Irave until you;tryrt!iem ; Trythreeto-day'insteadofa5c.cigar: Egf ... " pg . Two handre'd miliion Old Vtrgioia Chexoot5 smoked tcis year. T gg Ask yosr own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents-. sm QES&t 55 1! 3 egpeiy ir&s -ot ifcSy JEs Is sold by all druggists on guarantee first bottle benefits cr money bak. Book on heart and serves sent free. Or- Mites- Mescal Comcsnyr Ekha: init ) , For Sale. Notice Owing to the near approach of Anyone wanting good, gehtle tlie holiday &eason, and for the"r"y cowsf native stock, with convenience of the patrons of the calves- from" 6 10 J'days old, apply Jirownsville post office, the window: at this office. Priee,-&3&.G0 U. S: sfoY the delivery of registered Cy. percbw and calf, j matter Will he ODen from 8:30 JUiyinc; preparations simply darsl- 1 optlryesiarrh.; thoy dry up the setu-otxnc, -which adders to tee mm.aa3 nd decoo:- posa, cs-ngaar msre Kocirc-iitban. the wdiaijy lar. ci cailt. 3&c$i alidty-1 lag u-fcalti ' ' srs'1- tU'sq&Ca ani nan lit t-.. i ",. . . g v heju Z'aCwafe.! I a . - end jri ioir oatr.ra c c .a w j h.3 mmi.J'C- ?i? TiTxliVMr i St it -iratrrlllia money if it fails to cure, 25c. TlieimiijQfar 10 cenw. 'l dr it -is. s Faille genuine hut L. B. Q. on each Tab-! C'yrftrT, Sl.k.Y. e -' j-" tfjjQ jjUq cores -wxtjcut pain, does not et. k ; ' iirSuie or c.-o snsriLg. It sj -9Js itfcel? - " ' 1 over an imtatd aactasscrface, re'ier- 50 YSAHS EXPERIENCE' jmm&c i&ssassKr "nm to 9 a. nf. on- Sunday. r B. Skarpe, p. 3f. To Cnr a Cchi ii One Day. . Take Laatiw p- . Qiinnis Tablets. All dri '.-rt ,u-.d ha Trade Marks Designs copyrights &c Anrone send'ng s'stetchsaddcsenptlonmay itntcyr ascertain ot opicfyn freo whether aa Invention Jsprcbftbiyparentable. Coramnnice licua strictly conCdentiHZ. Handbook on Patgots m free. OMft aceny for aecnrlug patenu. Ptlauta taJten throaeh Mimn it, Co. receiTrJ spend notle$. without chairs, in. tno MUNS S Co.35,!"rate-Sew Yort Branch Office. S3 T SU Waa&zsstoo. B. & h niI n0.onanU ,- i. Zr, - iassmedtely the pntnfui mflzEaiatJon. ..www. . at una - With. Llj'3 Oreara Ca ofnee V TTfr nva nvmA 1 i k J" wv -fu ii JWU 4UO i WlZW. 3g3jastxaaiCiaEriaiidSayrev2r. A Woadcrful Elaeovory. Tho last quant-r of a. cecinry rcccrtb many woiiJtrful discoveries m "medjcine, bnt none that have accQcpiuaed more iai humanity than that striag cA renredr. Browns' Iron Enters. It aeeC3 to ocnt&is the yery elements of gdod aezLh, aad neithe m:i3. Troruan or cUi'l can. take it -nhr-rS. , A 1 a . v. ! - 45rnatfcirgrcaterbeEefc focsale- j J-