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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1902.
ABOUT TOWN. The steamer sails from Galveston for Point Isabel tomorrow. Born, t'o Frank Ottmann and wife, in this city, yesterday, a baby boy. Corne to the Hallowe'en Party to see what the Apple .Witch has in store fyr you. The Beacham and Brazos are still at Brazos Santiago, awaiting a fav orable wind to sail. Warehouse room is jn demand for the storage of rice in town, un til it can be shipped. The town has been very quiet and dull for Keveral days, but it will liven up in a few days. An assortment of fancy box paper and writing tablets just re ceived at the Botica del Leon. The rain which fell here yester day only extended about two miles beyond town on the Alice road. Company A, Fourth Infantry, has finished target practice and is expected to return to the post this evening. Call on Geo. Scanlan for a cat alogue of Sears, Roebuck & Co., of Chicayv for which house he is dis tributing agent in Brownsvlle. Come all, and take a hand in the apple and other interesting games at the Hallowe'en Party on Friday evening. The public is cordially invited. Do not forget " the Hallowe'en Party at St. Joseph's college on Friday evening. There will be lots of fun for all, and the admission is only 10 cents. Doors open at 5 p m. 4 Go try your hand at "Bean Bags' at the Hallowe'en Party on Friday Also see what vou can dig out of the "Gold Mine," and see what the "Fortune Cake" will reveal to you ' There has been verv little travel t6 Brownsville lately, but it is ex nected that a lame number of x rice procpectors will be comin during next month. The Juvenile Baseball players nro wanted to tret ui) a name for Friday afternoon, and will be al lowed space on the grounds at St Joseph's College. Ine winning tfiiim will he oriven a nrize worth o having. Just received by Leo Wise larM assortment of Fine Candies o and Cakes, Lirnburger Cheeses, and also a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries at lowest prices. Also lot, of China and Glassware. Give me a call. No clue to the murder of Hercu lano Berbier hs yet discovered The murdered man's horse has never been seen since the crime was com mitted, and it is supposed the mur derer took the horse and went to Mexico. Clothing Salesman: I have been appointed agent in this vicinity for Wanamaker & Brown, Philadel phia, and am. prepared to submit samples and take measures for mnii's made-to-order clothins of every description. Guaranteed to be the best material and a perfect fitting garment cheaper than it can be bought elsewhere. Give me a trial order. Herbert Dennett, assent. Capt. Hosteman of the tug Vic toria came up from the coast last evening. Wv N. Linton and John Scanlan were passengers to the Point this morning. z Mr. and Mrs. E. Iv. Goodrich went to the Point vesterdav short visit. John C. Scott, the republican nominee for, congress, is expected to arrive in Brownsville Saturday evening. Mrs. Nathan Lightbourn and child, Miss M. Howell and Miss Thorsell came up from the Point laet evening. Dr. McManus, R. M. Miller and G. Passement of Matamoros went to the Point this morning, to enjoy a fish and oyster breakfast. George Scanlan returned yester day from Point Isabel, where he had been for some time, engaged in checking freight for-the railroad company. E. C. Forto, Esq., accompanied by his wife, left yesterday by private conveyance for Alice. It is un derstood they will travel for some time in Mexico. Ranger J. B. Puckett returned by last night's stage from Alice, hav ing spent several weeks at various interior points. He visited Karnes City as a witness in a case tried there. BROWNSVILLE RICE. Mrs. Walter Billingsley," thej Ma this milliner, has been in Alice ! i several davs on business, and while, i i here received a bunch of rice on the stfrTWjfrom her husband who is-at j Brownsville. The stalks or straws measure over five feet tall .and the heads were fuller of grain than for a some people's heads are of brains. r Alice Sun. ' in FOR OYER SIXTY YEARS. MRS. Wisslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for over sixty years by mil lions of mothers for their children while toothing, with perfect sue cess. It teethes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain; cures wind coli and it is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferec mmediately. Sold by druggists int very part of the world. Twenty-five, cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for Mrs, Winslow's soothing Syrup," and iekeno other kind. Over in the Fifteenth congress ional district, men, some of whom are supposed to be intelligent, are urging the election of Mr. Scott on the ground that it would he good policy to send a republican to congress, because he would have more influence in obtaining gov ernment appropriations Ifor Texas. When it is remembered that of the rivers and harbors appropriation made by the last congress Tex as gets about one-twelfth of the en tire amount, that not a single republican was in congress from lexas, and that this magnificent result was obtained by a solid dmeocratic delegation, the conten tion alluded to above is well cal culated to excite a smile. Houston Post. BRIGHT' DISEASE The largest sum ever paid for a pro scripfciou, changed hand-' in San Fran cisco, Aug. 29, 1902. The transfer in volved, in coin and stock 112,500, and was paid by a party of business men for a specific for Bright's disease. They commenced the serious investi gation of the specific Nov. 15, 290J. They interviewed scores of the secured and tried it out on its merits by putting over the three dozen cases on the treat ment and watch ng them. They also got physicians to name chronic, incur able cases, and administered it with the physicians for judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven per cent of the test cases were either well or progressing favor ably. There being but thirteen per cent of failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction. The proceed ings of the investigating committee and tb.. clinical reporcs of the test cases were published and will be mailed free oji application. Address John J . Jnil-t-n Company, 420 Montgomery St. San Francisco. Cal. AFXESS CANNOT BE CURE y locil applications as they canno reach the diseased porti.m of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is in flame 1 you have a rumbling sound or mperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing -will be destroyed forever. Nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucuos sur faces! ' We will give One Hunlred Dollars fur any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's catarrh Cmv. Send for '-irenlars.free. F. J. CHENEY, &Co., Toledo, Ohi Sold by druggists 75c. Late Items. rnv ii i , ine aninracue coal mines are being put into operation by degree; ana ine non-union men are gradually being displaced by the union miners. Up to Saturday there were 82,000 miners at work When m full operation the mines emplojr 145,000 men and boys. lhe National Association of manufacturers of the United States has issued a circular to all manu facturers in the country, declaring war, on organized labor. Attorney General Knox, who went to Paris to investigate the Panama canal title has reported to the president that the company's title is valid. King Alfonso of Spain is said to have dismissed his father confessor, because the latter would noi absolve the king for certain confessedjsins without his majesty's doing pen ance. A herd of 20,000 cattle is about to be driven from the Babicora ranch in Mexico, near El Paso, to Deming, New Mexico. This is the largest number of cattle ever ship ped from Mexico in a bunch. E. H. Harriman will retire from the presidency of the Southern erson, vice president ottne ALexican Central railway, will succeed him. U. S. District Attorney Atwell of Northern Texas made a speech for Scott at Laredo Saturday night, CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of AicDhol and Whiskey FOR SALE. Alcohol of superior quality at 30 cents a litre, or $1.03 a gallon. Whiskev at 40 cents a litre $1.50 a gallon. Distilled at the San Vicente plan tation. For' sale at the Northwest corne of 4th. and Morelos streets, one block east of custom house in MATAMOROS, MEXICO. John W Hojt - - AGENT OF Waters Pierce Oil Co. Supplies' the trade witb ILLUMINATING AND LUBRICAT ING OIL OF EVERY QUALITY Also Turpentine. Linseed Oils, Gaso line, Candles, Axle Grease, etc. Sells Gasoline Engines 1 1-2 to 50 Horse Power, with or without Centrifu gal Irrigating Pumps. SELLS SEWING MACHINES, NEW OR OLD. KEEPS NEEDLES, OIL AND EVERYTHING ELSE FOR THEIR USE. REPAIRING SAT ISFACTORILY DONE. RENTS SEWING MACHINES ; RENTS AMBULANCES. GEORGE CHAMPION, REAL ESTATE AND Lire Stock Broker, I5ro $AGRI?UL' g for farming Run your eye over c your reflected face in your truthful mirror. Is it 1 such as Nature gave you in color and smoothness i Texas AL lands suitable the W. RIO GRAND $ TAMAULIP. sold in small or suit purchasers. ZS-RICE AXD SUGAR Z LAADS A SPECIALTY valley of the J in the State of , will be acts to 5 J a ! or have freckles, sunburn, tan, sallowness, etc., clouded its former fleshtinted transparency? If so, apply Hagan's Magnolia Balm and redeem Nature's gift. Delightfully refresh ing, and entirely free from all injurious elements. It gives a complexion that makes a lady look years younger. It is a LIQUID, easily applied and sold by druggists at 75c . LAYTCM. an HALEY'S. FANCY AND STAPLE groceries: Prices and Quality a-e the Cheapest and best Free Delivery. Try TT mrs. ida Mcdonald Supreme Deputy of the Maccabees of the World. IRS. 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