Brownsville Daily Herald, August 9, 1893

Brownsville Daily Herald

August 09, 1893

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Issue date: Wednesday, August 9, 1893

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Brownsville Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1893, Brownsville, Texas % I* ► r V 'd; Vol,. 2. BltOWSSmLK, € AMK HON' COUNTY, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9. 1893. NO. OU. ^//mwmwvVVVAWIWM*A%VAV.V/.VAWWMN^ IBA LD Ii EADS ll C0NGRS33I0tUL EK PORCHE'". IJuiok Work of the Steacrnphers ar J Typewrite.*; Ca i:.!4 CiWr.#;. What is the condition of vcurs? Is your flair dry, J* harsh, br '"e? Dees it fplit at the ends? Has ii a «* ' ii**': • p*«i s t r . rf *»‘ til** c***n lifeless apjyearance ? Does it f.'I out when combed or %    •    „    .    .    • .    ■    f brushed? Is it f ill of dar.d-uff? tx es your scalp itch?;* "*>:• ut inn* .    •*•    nom ..f    ( Is it dry c iii a ho at .! condition? ii toe-e are somi of «5J your symptoms be warned in timi oryou \\ ii .becomed. J. *„ Highest of ai. in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Skookua ulx.*.., <1—5 jEufiLCjmi \3"jl VV jjj! I*; trjjaryen ■♦*< *.. I* * I a. Jf?r'*.n f*rr! 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L’i.«•*•** art*    th** un »i    wit *    write out Ii** r* port** «•{ pr«w*»*i*dit»«*8 Milt] *)«• att*!* wlii**!i lin k** up clit* ti *ilv pill *<• a .«,• s cit. ,1 |||,» t i, ii u |-, i5t.ii (it al 'I- «•< :    rj I*. Ti* nr- live of tacit; ■im tin* it i#vi* **: fl    . i! * * it , who s t    "ac printing **f    Lilia and joint rem** *{ !| i itll* )" I* •*    L    <*    * I? I ti**    i III lull- ii I' both    ll 0<1SC ll It * I b*OriJlt« I Vsk. I    ie- their    u v    to report    w»#£7l.*S<». Diniug    the    »urn    m>- v.-tv vv    hit i    ,• id    lr,.in tin    don#    id,'i’»7 such    ili*ciimrnts    wen ip,*;,,! I tot • i ii i iii* iii ii ;•! cs* ? ted to ti;** 11«iii ^<* mill 4.df»C> ti j:    IG    f    rn    .'pa . ?• in*/raph-1    to iii Sofia*,    Hi its liavu t» b< ommr A2S©lWTE12f PlfS*E A Song Of Tkre** Voices. Wave and wind ami willow tree ipcak a Bpt* x ii that no man kno-veUr rn-e that sight*! It, v\ inc! that Plow Kb W ‘Vt* th t Av\v,*th t . tlie sea: Wave arid y im! ann willow tree. rn#;, i gm: <*k I‘iU’viS, CII a GALS, HATLNT M i: I MCI X ES, ST A TI OX ii it V, HLllFU VI LUY, HAIMS, haint inafsiii*;s; OILS- ETI'. liii^uii'Tt *rcs cA*:K?ri#r.v *    m*- |vf> AT* A i.h HOCKS OK HIK A ,    «...    .    Peerless    porf *ct poets ve, t «v ti ‘ll *.;'*• I .* t • HIT ’si li^. *> Jilt .*«! Hid r, pr I It t€01 Mf all ftr‘g    sil.giliir v. Mi ■■•Ii «Im cl; v : - NU. I h is •• ‘J    ; »»t» t    **t their pr.'gttM*, s*o {lint a    i»**j^ Wot d.- pat down, In* I * til * * jr n*t Im# «*»»« may Ii aw to he he put into t    *    • ti ut* b vt i ,N. . 2 t d: .*- up ti.i* tv pl* n ►!*« ire id tittie# before it b< - Ii it *i . v« * * !ik« Iv in tin* iii i<l<iKc <*t chilli eft a law.— Wa sh Huston corrcf- 1 *:i*«:, uh «* N . I ii n*s do vv ii t** { poiulcut Hi .atoll Transcript t r*i, iii tin tin* ti ••*r bi'b.w, ulimi*    *    *  I.  r,L vr] „•), j    Willi    ConStt«|tiAO. it.* lias Tfckl'lt t.l t *«• dll*., UtHlltl UTll-I i'r. I. 'lilt l.ilK-olll Ws.klltS, » song excelling, Fiat* as it. tai mu* h dwelling Iii h welling fountain Tree; P< efi#* a peri'I t poet.** dirt e. Wind and wa e and willow tree Know not aught of poets rhVinin^ Yet they make a silver cli ming Sunward cliuibing minstrelsy. Soother than all svngs that be. .VK,    srnl    I,,    urinate    ,.f    rl.u    »c-.li, «l cMle^ of |    the wind a knows not why Hows the wave it km> \ s n«>t wlfith^ And the willows swayeth hither, \ ork wlio h»a devoted himself 1 * flu* *. While tin* two slmrtlmnd writers • re co j 3’mg «*li their no'es (jcickly • ii ivpiM-r.pt, Reporter No I ^oet ’ nek to his seat iii front of the ^pe»»kei*r- desk. Meanwhile No. 2 Ila# finished iii® I,IMM) words and ie'd up his thumb to Na, 3, who in turn takes up the thread, while tor nome yifars to tile study of dig-eases of the blood, Imi bern ii«-oeulc’ted with tin? b ieillus of consol u*pt ion proibiced hy tile culture of gertns derived from human expectoration. The ex peri men t was made in tie* Loomis laboratory, Dr. Watkins, suniiltancously with Fire and Marine Policies written by William Kelly, Agent p ried into a guinea pig, iii order th »tt!i** concit'.'iond at which Inina arrided bi reference to the No. 2 goes down Blairs and dictatr —hi..) 4...unlit N... a lf.lits ii! ;‘ij ',w" in ei.Urioii, Clued « Simi hoi lliu-iilt '{Ne. I. tutti Hie hn»i-1 !*r 9n*n,'0 »f the tl.ii.l to be in-ne*# u n it on as Irefoi t*, This ar** t.,tigeii.e*»t rendeib it po##ihie to h. 1 vc tho 1*0 up etc tv pc writ ten n-poit of the lliiise proceedings 1 cudy tor tile printer a few minuter. after that bony adjourns. It is the .-ame w*y in the Senate. X he# each Cong! i*r sui an tied# en hi# break last table next morning a copy Swayeih hither witlessly, Nothing knowing save to high. William Watson. ,f Uh lieu vt .ii ta M irk Twin is said to have received $ IOO,MHO in r«valtie# fur bi# “I nnoeent# Abroad.'’ * # * Senator Hoi kins of California bn# three daughter and a eon, the atter boing a naval cadet at Anti a pol is. •* * * Commander F. W. Dickens, tim pin nom' na of phthisis might he Duke of Veragua’s escort during leinonstrated the more clearly. Lie? recent visit, has been decorated Dr. Watkins proposes to show by with the Cross of Naval Merit by tile experiment upon himself that ! ^Phinr"ll (lovernuieiit, lie is tic* bacillus of consumption is not    Ameiican    tlius    honored. the cause of that disease, and that ..f the Record, compiling a coin-' in persons from whose blood a plcte report of everything ti.at wa** peculiar condition is absent the said and done in the National legislature on the day bcf.ire, Thi>e t*k ii led stenographers get $>;,00D a year each. There arc ten ot them, and so it consumption bacillus is absolutely innocuous The germs used wore cultivated in a Solution of gelatine. One ittlf of a centigramme of beet tea, e*'#ti* $50JOO*) a year tor the wilting containing the bacilli, was then in-.»t the Congressional Record, the | j-ctcd into tlie triceps muscle of btetiegraphcr# paying their own as- Dr. Watkins' left ann, To make teJjumdB I Iii a few months we will move into new buildings now being erect' d for us, corner of Main Street and lV>t<<n Avenue. out our Entire Stock before Removal, we have started a thalami, Tile pi toting ot this intl testing daily publication is done at an expense of ic ally £150,000 GRAND REMO Clearance Sale! lo close Hnm,i|j|y During the laM li.-cal •’ year it used up 325,000 pounds of assurance doubly sure, Dr. Wat-kin# also devoured a number of fully developed consumption germs lie say# he would take them every day for breakfast, din* TI    A    J    I paper and 1,053 pounds of ink,    nor and supper it he thought the ii    *    IJ For the tit'i? and oroMinetitatioti    end# lie desire# to attain would be 'ii. b Hind copies of 150 p icks ot    better subserved.—Chicago Tri bune. gobi leal were mpnied valued at We will close out our ent re stock of £150, )0 1 w«»rth of goods iii '-'L 11 ' I ive bairel# «•! ti »Ur were the Text b»0 day# at strict manufacturer’s cost. Here1# a few sample# consumed iii the shape, of paste for Dining the first session pf how we have cut prices. Men’s Sui£3 reduced fro:*? SI6* S14 and S12 to fc 3.50 Men s Suits reduced from $22, $.20 and $18 to $12.50. MAMMOTH bindi, g. Someone has a**kc<i:    ““where do flicsgoin winter?'' we don't know, but we wish they won hi go t litre in of li.e last Co"gre?s the mil av on 1 summer. —Texas Siftings, Ed, rn > 0N3PSICE Houston, ITV — A 8X r: c* l>v(l The only Pure* C:.*.;: 1 ET rl.tr Powder.—No Ammonia; No Alum. Used in Hi lions of Homes—40 Years the Standard * * * William Minur bile of Lynch* bing, Yh,, bas been chosen to till the now pro fissure* hip of mercantile law and corporations in the University of Virginia. The university will now have three pro- fctsurs in the law department. * * * Presidents. II. II. Clark of the Union Pacific Jtulruad, who has been staying in tha mountains of Penneyvania for the sake of his health, is said to be deriving great benefit from this pure air aud absolute rest of his -urrouudings. * -* * Ibsen doe? not eat much when he is writing one of his dramas, lie thinks it prevents the keenest brain work. Iii# desk is in a very small room, but there are door** opening into a whole suit of four or five, and as the composes he often walks about, takiug long tours, * * * E. S. Willard always declares when he is iii harne**# in England that if his little garden weie any larger he should n*?ver get to the theater at all. Every spare moment of his time is occupied in snail hunting, weeding and plant tending, and he is not ui<«re proud of I his **Cyruo idenkai n” thau of a iare bulb iuojcsstully reared by j his own h.in u, I ;

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