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title: 'The Brownsville daily herald. (Brownsville, Tex.) 1897-1910, September 01, 1897, Image 2',
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Sutured sat the Pstoffice at BrownsYflle Texas
as Socoil-Clasa Mail Jfetter.
("Issued Every Day Except Sunday.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1897.
JBBANj? ON TH&ALASKAM
. I presume that the Alaskan
gold finds bavebsen exaggerated,-
aS'SHcli tilings asaally are;
UratLord! what a relief it would
he to the creditor class should
4ihat cold country pour a few
Iri'tif&as of the yellow metal into
Che channels of commerce. In
sfead of appreciating dollar we
would have a depreciating one,
tid! those who doable the value
baH debts by trie demonetiza
" lion of silver would get a taste
of poetic justice that would
tna&e them squirm like a fat)
Vorm in a hickory fire. As
cDurts and congresses have fail
ed to give the people relief from
the godless greeTd of contrac
'ionists, possibly Providence
has- decided to- interpose. With
smart fife-elihfted of a general
remonetizfafionr of silver, and
bo prospect of an aDandonment
of the foolish fetich of metal
money for a century or so, a
considerable increase in the
Volume of gold! seems .to-be' the
only thing-that can prevent the
common people sinking into a
condition worst than peonage,
or rising in-a revolt that might
-wreck the world's civilization.
SoifB practical Bints on farm
ing and fruit growing in tliis
,. section are given by Claridge's
Stock aDd Farm Journal in a
write-up of a visit to various
Sueces county farms. A por
tion of- this interesting article
is copied in The Heeali. A
.perusal of the same is com
mended- to all who are interest
ed in agricultural pursuits.
: A St Louis paper haB sent
a woman correspondent to the j
Klondike who is one of the
"skinny "sisters, so she confess
es herself. She goes on the.
principle that as there iff not so
inucli of her to get cold', she
will be better able to stand the
freezing temperature of Alaska
than a fatter woman would, be
Ci&aeettes have gone awa'
Up in price and are expected' to
go'still higher. Fhis is one of
ilie results of iJingleyisni' tliat
may prove a real "protection,"
as the increased price may to
some extent curtail the .con
sumption oFthVse coffin racks
T-iie K-urds have raided two
AYmeniUn villages and mas
sacred ,200 Armenians-. There's
none of the milk of human
kindness in those Kurd.-rTex-as
At least; if there eVei'vas,- it
$i all Kurd-led!
John L Sullivan, they say,
wantsto be mayor of Boslon.
He will-doubtless- catch it in
the solar" plexus, should h-
. enter the ring foMb mayoral ly
Citre sick heaaaeliei bad
taste in tire mdutii, coated
tongue, ga5 in the stonrach,
distres3 Sad IndJgestScst Do
hot weaken, but lave tonic, effect 25 csnte.
TK5 only Mils to Sake viifa. Hood'a Barsaparilla;
TO JOIN TOR INSURGENTS.
A Large Expedition Left Tampa
Under Colonel Mendez.
Tampa, Pla., August 28. A
large Cuban expedition under
the command of Colonel Mendez
got away tonight, taking a spe
cial train in the suburbs under
cover of darkness. The train
was rushed over the Plant sys
tem to Cleveland, on the Peice
river, near Punta Gorda, where
the tug Fearless, daptain
Merwinj is supposed to have
been ready between i0 and 11
o'clock to take riieu and their
equipments out to sea to meet
a larger boat on which the trip
is to be completed.
This party bas been here for
nearly two months. Within the
past few days a number of
Chilean officers have joined the
Cubans. DuriDg the stay of the
men here knapsacks have been
made for them by a prominent
ship chandlering house and the
regulation brown duck uniforms
have also, been supplied. The
Gabans have managed to get
out of the -city this afternoon
without attracting attention,
some of their number being4eft
behind to - make '"themselves
conspicuous about the streets
as a blind on the special tr.ain
also left the railroad yard early
in the -evening without being
noticed by the Spanish dettc
tives. The Cubans say their ex
pedition is the best equipped
with munitions of any that they
have" succeeded in sending
CUBA: QUESTION BADLY MANAG
Paris, August 28. Senor
Dalamzzoj- formerly civil gov
ernor of Havana, in an interview
printed in Figaro this morning,
Is qjioted as saying:
"The Cuban question was
badly managed by Senor Cano-
vas. The liberals would not re
cuse any just claims the Unit
ed States might make. General
Campos, Dominguez, Blanco or
Azcarraga are most fitted to
succeed General Weyler and
bring the latter's unfortunate
operations to and end."
"ELY'S CREAM BA12K is a positive cure.
Apply Into the nostrils. It is quickly absorbed. CO
cents afDrnsndsts or by mail ; samples 10c. by maiL
"ELY BSOTHKES, 55 Warren St., NwYorkClty.
EXPERIENCED M LOYE.
Judge Crtfsfy -Are 3011 sure
your love for my daughter is
whe gpnuine article, sir?- Are
you sure you are trot mistaken
Cholly MusHly It is'notpos
jsible for me to be mistaken
about it,, sir. I have exper
ienced the same' sensation a
kihousand limes" -Judg'e.
9 . f-it mt T far -. BSm
A Is ifce result cf colds and
ndcn climatic changes.
Ji can bifeared bra -Dless3nt
f J reacdy xzbich la applied di-
recuy inra ice nusmis- xe
in"pnicHv fthenrbeirl it fives
aicldy absorbed it elves
Bfs Cream Balm
iSTCknowledged io be the most thoroagh core for
Nasal Catarrh, Cold m Head and Hay Fever cf all
reroecies. opens buu unuea wc iupas,w
allays pain and inflammation, "heals the eoreB, pro-
tcct3ttie memDrace iron: coins. resiorus iuc acuaca
fvro-fh -mfTTibraRs :
taste and smell. Ticesyc.atiJra?gisisorDyHwi
r ttnarHEES. EuVssxtnxStreeUltew YcS6
COAL SUPPLY IS
One Firm. Will Own All the
Black Diamonds in the
-Within a Weekr
Pittsburg, Pa., August 28.
By the end of next week all
the coal in the Monogahela
river district will practically be
in the hands of one firm and
prices will be made by the
lucky possessors of the valua
ble mineral. There has been
a steady increase in the price
of coal all week and at present
the run of the mine coal brings
from ioc to iofc. When the
present strike began the firm
of John H. Jones & Co. saw
that prices must advance and
they quietly went to work and
bought coal everywhere ' they
could at prices which now seem
very cheap. They have been
keeping- -this- coal" and now
practically control the trade-in
this vicinity. Mr". Jones today
admitted that his firm held
over 500,000 bushels-.
Inquiries among other coal
firms developed the fact that
there is very little coal outside
of that held by Jones & Co.
arid that firm would Be able to
get their own price. Today
they were asking g4c for lump
coal. This is an advance ot 2c
over yesterday and it is predict
ed that eoal will be3Hng at
12c on Monday.
feels an indescribable dj-ad of the
danger attendant; upon the most criti
cal period of her Hfe. Becoming a
mother should be a source of joy, but
the suffering and danger of the ordeal
makes its anticipation one of misery.
a thoroughly tested remedy, gently
prepares the system for this period
lessens the pain, ana removes au
Sanger. Its uss insures a sate ana nap
y termination of the dreaded event.
$1.00 PSB BOTTIiE ataUaDruer Stores,
or sent Toy mail on. receipt of price.
nfjyo Containing iri-raicabUr inforchatlon of
Hr-HAy interest to aU -women, will bo sent to
rnth an7 addres3 upon application, bjl
Tke Bradllald Eesulstcr Co., Atlanta-. Ca.
A- HOUSEHOLD ECESSI I Y.
Cascarets Candy Catharfic,he niost
wonderful medical discovery of the
age, pleasant and refreshing to the
taste acting gently and positively on
kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing
the entire system; dispel colds, cufa'
headache, fever, habitual constipation
and billiousness. PleaSa buy and tiy a!
box of C. O. C. today; 10, 25, 50 cents
Sold and guaranteed to' cure by all
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
" suoerlor to ati others.
ES Ibk Bq hL A -
fPuRE Vegetable extract.-hot Ihtoxioating.)
ir)B LITE J7 TO
Each FI&LIJTG, PZ.ATE.
t CH'O JfWOR BRIDGE made at
Thst Cuicabq Demtal Pailors
Offices- Cor. Honston St. and Are. C.
(Hicks Block) SarrAiitjnio, Texas; is
. - . -. . -
-guaranteed and kept in repairs icr 3
-,. - , ,- ., em a Tt7
years, ouuncicu uuuci iuc -.. m
L.&WS and T MORO UGUIjIT
JTO OTHER DEJTTJlti
office 'offers such inducements J1TO
OTHER OEjVTISTS do such'
Best tet of teeth including extraction,'
$3.00 to $8.00.
Painless extraction, of teeth by experts'
only, 50 cents.
Fine gold crowns 22k only, $0.06.
Composition fillings of all kinds, $5.00
Beauriful gold fillings form, $.00 up
svards. German and English sdbken:
DRs.:GoomiAN & Hays,
PROF. GEO. KEAUSSE
is home again and is pre
pared to tune and repair
piano's, organs and all
kinds of musical instru
ments on short notice.
Can be found at the
KRAUSSE BOOK STORE.
Oftice and Warehouse at the
Old Stand" of the Boot.
ST. JOSEPH'S COIiliEGHJ :
WHl open for the laU:
session- on TVednesday Sep-:'
tember 1st. ;
M. Chevrier, O". M. f. Prest.t
URE BLOOD is tlib foundation
of health. Hood's Sarsaparillamakes
the blood pure, rich and nonrisfiiiigand
givesUnd maintains good HEALTH .
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Time, Tide, Opportunity.
Wait For ria Mac !
The Pope Manufacturiri'g C6 are selKti'g
thier Coltirnhia and: Hattford'Bicfcle a?t ffie'fol
lowing remark'able NEW PRICESV"
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1897 Hartf ordsV Patterns 7,'S, 9; 16,. . .V .. - ? ?
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Gut bicycles are iiiequidanall'mathnr.
guaranteed aV represented;
For furthuf particular's; priced and fentrs' c all
rand Nsw sf".
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VcatfeetShis wllingaess to ex-
4ffat5gc? a? goutar- for a baby'
Liver troubled quickly resiilf in serions
coaiplicdtiins, dud the niauvb&'Seglcts bis
livcriia-naftloreg&itl for hiffi. Attle
of Browns' fros Bitters iiOH-d then vriI
keep the liTcr-fc-perfedt-ordo;-, f tBe dfe
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