The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 33, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 11, 1897 Page: 2 of 4
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Tub Sunny South is getting"" wvm' & --
too allured sunnv lately t03
snit the Texas farmer who has
"been scanning tbejsldesforsev
ral weeks looking Tor a few
rain clouds.- The cotton crop
throughout the greater portion
of the stale is reported tg be in
nted of rain.
Tits United States paid Bus
cia 7200000 for Alaska -and
4tbe purchase pi ice was consid-
ered lilqh at the time. TU
bladk balf-frczen peninsula baa
alfeadv repaid the sum several
toes over ia sealskins and
gold and if recent reports of
ptroipaii!f coal and aspiialtum
depoisits there be correct Alaska
will prove to be one "of the big
gest bargains in real estate ever
tecured by any nation.
Dr Emens claims that by
pounding Mexican silver dol-
lars a long time and with great
force at the same time subject-
ing the metal to extreme
fold thfy may be converted
into gold. With Mexican silver
dollars worth a very little over
4.0 cen each it might be well
worth while to trxrBaimeu6'
scht'ine. If accomplished at suf-
ileiemly low cost the process
may solve the question of bi-Hit-lal!isci.
The colored voter is receiv-
ing due recognition for his ad-
linrence to McKinley It is no
Eiceable however that these
appointments are all confined
to the colored men of ihe South.
"Why doesn't the president re-
cognize some of those of the
2?orih as well? There are-plenty
of educated and cultured ne-
groes is the North who are ful-
ly capable of filling almo3t any
office within the gif of the ad-
ministration. Can It be that the
president is afraid of offending
He I shall never have the
.sourags to propose to a girl.
She Well It will saveyouj
r.ny s disappointment.
i me rau-
5 or life and
ebbing up serenely
e senate again wuat
es lie espect will become of
Bs-Minisier Terrell: "He's hsdi1" ue wi"m '"' lu """
M. turn in the aa we
j . . . .
as almost everything else and
iw ooffui co give tny male Ta
chance at the senatorial crib.
iUJ: Some people ueyer know j
?ljfi lliow rrsf Armtiflrli onvtt'(W
is refreshing in these
bf greed and corruption
m?n seem mad v.-itb j
cr de It j mined to
j the publish-
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writers of 'ooke just the same
as they faiten upon other vie
linis in othr branches of money
making. The man f epoken
of is Edward W. Bok the
well known editor of that
most excellent publication the
Ladie Home Journal. The
story is told by the Indianap
olis Journal ag follows:
"General Harrison has just
completed the revision of his
article which have appeared in
the Ladies' Home Journal mak-
Liog extended notes and addi
tion with both articles and
publication. When the arrange
ment for the articles was made
with General Harrison by Ed-
waid W. Bok editor of the
Ladit-s' Home Journal the gen-
eral was paid for them with
jihe understanding that when
they were put into book form
the magazine was to share the
royalties accruing therefrom.
Mr. Bok however of his own
accord generously released Mr.
Harrison from paj'ing him any
royalty for the reason as he
"States that by the publication
oi the articles by General Har-
rison the subscription list of
his magazine was enlarged
many thousands. The profit io
to the Lidiea3 Hume Journal
was more than the publishers
anticioated and in view of this
Mr. Bok asks nothing further.
Gen. Hairison placed the dis.
position of his book in Mr-
Bok's hands. The. best offer
came to the editor from the
Scribners and ta them Mr. Buk
gave the book for his disting-
uished contributor. G?n Har-
rison's revision of book has
ju3t been completed and the
volume will appear in the au-
tumn." A MISSIONARY STEW
"There seems to be a smell
of cooking around her" re-
marked lire traveler to the
YVs; bat is tho odor of
sancity" replied his maisij'
Iwirh a meaainjr smile. Town!
12..i;n TVr--!.r?' TpTrift ti
i-C4src viJV b i uMm.wi . i
Gold Will Reach $300000-
Washington August 7 Mr.Jstreets are sprinkled withwater
PrestoDtbeairectoroftUemififiandreccntyan 0jl tram with
estimates the gold production jSDrinklw aDDaratus sprinkled
1 r . .i-i r tana I..n.
been 205000000 of which ib.
iTTf.ifpfi States contributed over)
603000000. For 1897 it is
beleived if eWorld's gold ror
duction frill reach 200000000 J
That the number of years to Jay me mist eneciuany out
come rays Mr Preston "is
self-evident" as new mines will
be opened np in all parts of the
world and ?nth the improved
applieances and methods for lag
esiraetingr the scold conaiuedl
in iffe ores it is believed that
by the close of the century the
world's gold product will ex-
A MESSAGE ON AN EGG.
Raised Letters Appears
Paris Tei'as -August 7.
Conductor Melickof the Texas
Midland railway is the posses
sor of a hen egg that he values
at its weight in gold and overi
which he is greatly puzzled.
He found it freshly laid in a
nest yesterday. It -is of the
average size is all white ex-
cept on one side wl$re in rais.
ed characters of a brownish cast
are the words "War 1897'
Many people have seen the- egg
'and are mystified. Acids have
been applied and a number of
tests made to see if the letters
were paatfd or glued on but it
seems as if nothing of the knid
has been dons. It is all one
WILL HAVE TIME
Hon. Alex. Terrell is on his
way back to Texas. Relieved of
official duties and cares he will
now have ample time in which
to revise his views of a year or
two since on the money ques-
tion. An ostrich out in Colorado
furnishes a lady feathers for
her hat and motive power for
her light two-wheeled cart. And
what is remarkable about these"
two statements is that both are
Who can measure Q a s 9
5heinficeaoeof s gfjjiflf Hg
It lasts through ail
ss"" M confines of eternity.
isas With xrhafc care.
WCfgi therefore sbocldsbe
g& dc giiareea sua now
.aCfciT 3 rfrnftv. TTa rkr ShTTZ rvra ti
&J''P45&Gr make fcer life happy.
trsS hf. -4. J
1 tM traaQ
fTfty makes child-birth
I ? 1 u easy sssists nature
in its sublime effort leaves the Slother
stronger sfcer Lan hefore conSneinent
snd robs the tryiner hour of its terror.
Ko Hother can afford to neglect its use.
Ol droggiatS2l.C3or8cntbyinsiloa receipt
of uncs. Vnta for Ijoolc containicc: TSla-
sbla jaTornsation for all Mothers isaSed free.
TLe BcsScM 2s-?aIatcrGc.yAtISEt5Gs.
SPRINKLING OIL TO
JAY THE DUST.
New Yrk. Aug. 6.K dis-
patch " to the Herald from
fiust cjvjjcw.u. a
rltV railroad leading froi
den to Atlantic City are beiffl
fii--rtJii--li1r coratrafpri fnr a dlS- I
tance ot six seat on ooin siue
of the track. The oil is applied
on much the - same plan as
mnm than twentv miies oi
Plcted n a few n;
sprinkling a year at a cost of
$So per mile- will it is claimed
two applications may have to
be made. The entire Pennsyl
vania system it is said is to be
sprinkled with oil as speedily
Flesh Turned Into a Molasses
Like Fluid ih Two Hours.
Chicago 111. Aug. 7. The
experiment of destroyinga hu-
man body by the use of crude
potash was successfully carried
out today. The body was des-
troyed with the exception oi a
few small splinters of bone
in two hours. Of the fleshy
substance only a small quanti-
ty of fluid about the consist-
ency of molasses remained
The experiment was made un-
der the orders oi tbe orosecu
tion in the case of Adolph
Luetgert the rich sausage
manufacturer who is charged
with murdering his wife nd
disposing of her body in the
vat room of his factory. The
attorneys for the state were
entirely satisfied with the test
and believed the last link in
the chain of circumstantial evi-
dence has been found to con-
vict Luetgert ol his alleged
THE TRIUMPH OF LOYB
55 APPV ITSDICS-DI J51ARS1AG
very Hna Wio Woald Knew ths
Grand Trctfaa tho Plain Pacts tfco
Kcw Blsccrcrles cf Zledlca.1 beisaco
eft Applied to Slarrfcd JAle Wfco
Would Atoao ror Past Errors an J
Aroid Fctaro Pitfalls fekoald Secnro
tho Wcsderfcl I.itl!c Bock Called
"ConipIcJO BIssIiocd aad Hovr to At
" Hero at lest Is Information frma a IdsTt
Ir.cdical source tliat mnet irorkvoiulcw v:tli
tils geaeratJon of xaen "
Tbo book fallj describes a method byivhicb.
A metbotl b? -which to
lack of Eelf-coatrol tc
To exchange a. isAea and ivora catxire lor
ono of brtebmess bTMyancy aadperwer.
To curs iore er cfiects of ?rcces orcrsratk
To iYcii!lstr2ethsclev2!op2Snfc aca tend
to ever portion cd orcan of the body.
Age no tamer. FaUcre impossible. Two
tLoasand rcf ereaces.
The book is purely jae&ical and scicntlCc
ts-less to curiosity Eeekcrs ja aluablc to Eieit
cily Trb o Deed it.
A6cisirinr maic.tvlio bad applied to- "os-
rortiftsrrrote: -WellI tell ypa. tbat Crct dzy is ono TS
never forget x Jest bcbblcd vtb. $ar. I
wanted to irsr everybody aiid tcl fhcizray
ell self Jiad died yesterday and ray new self
sr-is lyra to-day V.rhy didn't yon tell aa
v1izd I 2sst -wrote tbt 1 vrcoLi 2dit Jkx
"Ar.d ancSierthTa: . ."
If yen iltnnpcd a. cart jcad of csola atiny
f?et It weald vt bring gnch. pJaonessintoir:?
" Write to tba SETS HEDICAI. COMPAQ
BaGald . Y. and ask for tbe little bock
j-iHedCGMPT'ETB H4XEOOD." liefer in
i usnapsr.acalLe coiapaay prcsitstcssnd
V" ticok fa eealed tavelop? Tntbont any
I -Jvs and csUrely free HhIu it a t ell iatr
rcoaJd fiaa. SSI i&uea to benefit ise. I tried
rrrre of Cst2oi treatment. IccmineiicedineadiE2'aiii.i WfaTkds
ifBniKlalwsabetttlMmlbadbeei&Hrfe'elTesioaau!. JTSTTT WATSOIT.
ime Tide OpportmiitF
Wait For no Map !
The Pope Manufacturing Co. are selling-
thier Columbia and Hartford
lowing remarkable NEW TRICES:
1S97 Columbias ilodel 45 46 49
1S97 47. 40
42 . -
g 1897 Ifa
rtfords Fatternsy S 9 10.. ..... ..'. ...... 50
Our bicycles are unequaled and all machines
guaranteed as represented.
For furthur Particulars prices and terms- call
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J255C iiiiiii ili JaHi mill 1 ' lrfl DftlWtt5T$t
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Bicycles at the fok
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Wheeler, Jesse O. The Brownsville Daily Herald. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 33, Ed. 1, Wednesday, August 11, 1897, newspaper, August 11, 1897; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth116177/m1/2/: accessed October 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .