Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 12, 1888 Page: 1 of 8
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BRENHAI. TEXAS YKUESD
VV i-Ci 1 4 1 H A J hi H
-m asaL $
This powder ne ver varies. A man el of flir-
ty srrencth ami wholesnmeness. More eco-
nomical man the ordinary kind and cennotbe
&M In comiiotltloii with the multitude of low
test ehort weisto alnra or lionspliaie imwders.
NuM onlj In cans. lto L ISajwco Powseu Co.
303 ValI Street Xew York.
Is an invaluable reniMijoi'
SICK HEADACHE TORPID
UVER DYSPEPSIA PJLES
AND ALL BILWUS tiMSES.
rr v JfJ.'i
name or)jS3jaHef COFESEMs a
MCOEFEE isiieptJa all first-class
Sftoresftsia the. Atlaaftcia tie Pacific
is never good when exposed to the air.
Always bay this brandinhermeticaUy
sealed. ONE POUND PACKAGES.
517 ST. CHARLES STREET
rA Begnliir Graduate of three medical col
itgcs.hu been loagerergaged in the treatment
ti Chronic Hei-roan IS kin &nd Blood
Disease tha ny other physician inAzner-
Sea. Consultation at office or by mail (ret and
Midicinej sent by mul or cxetcm ererywhert
eeurX3r packed tree from observation
$rrou P miration Debility Utrttal
end Physical Wtakntss arising from
Indiscretion Exress Exposure or In--cFaigrence.
producing tome of the followm?
vtfecu. nervousness Debility Dimness of
ght DefectiTeMentoTT Fimpln on the Face
.Aversion to Society of Females Want ol Pleas-
life in Life Unfitness to Marry Melancholy
Dyspepsia Stunted Der clopmcntXc" of Power
J'alndothe'Back etc axe treated with ospar-
ullclcd a Kccess. Safely privately.
A Positiva Written Guarantee
Tn In rvcrr cuaaaLi casi ; where doubt cz
istsitlsfransuystated Completesjmfitom blank
enabling; 70a to properly atate your casesent
free so pare boos: cither sex. one stamp.
Bleed Impurities and Shod Poitoning.
Mercurial and ethir Affections of Throat
Skin aid Bone. '.Blotches Eruption Old
Sen and Vlcirt Painful Smiling '
from whatever cause positively and forsver
dnitn from tb system by means of aarz timi-
rants umsixa. STivrandawoLLKH joints
and uatTKATisu the result of blood poison
positively cared. No poisonous drugs used.
Catarrh Throat Host Lung Dittos
ConsUtnttonsJ and Aeqvlrtxl Weak-
new. of botll eze treated euccessfull.
A re and experience are Important; tne
atrwvetS ffoos remedies of all ages and countries
are used and fcnewinz what to aire no a-W.
tnenfa arc made. (Oa account of the great num.
Ur of cases applying; the charges are kept low.
ofte lower than l
than is demanded by others.
ioursres - . Fine nates.
Elegant cloth and gilt binding. Sealed for SOo
in money or postage stamps. Orer fifty wonder-
ful pen pictures showing who may marry who
"twhy. Proptrageto marry. Whomarry first.
Alt nhnmf t7n l n A TM 1 J im
- .-.-u.wwu H U1UM1UUUH AilJBltiU UCCSJ i DO
1 thoald marry. How life and happiness may be
I increased. Those married or about to marry
f mould read it: of interest and yalue to every
niiuK ua4 auu wuiinn. ropuiar enii .
I All sufierers with piles can he cured v.th
tut the use of knife ligature or carbolic acid
I Joes not interfere with business. No cure n
pay. JieTerences given. Address
Commenting" caturday October 22d will
be in Brechara Tcry Saturday.
a. r. SIWMAX
San Felipe Texas.
mSON & CABLISLE
U InguranoB Apnts
EeB' OiSce over Stern & Koles' store
GEO. P. ROWELL & COi'
10 EPiiUCE Street NEW YORK C
Por select liifc of 1000 Xcm
Will bo sent free 011 apjilic
Who -will lead the ''kid democracy"
now that the Hon. Barnej- Gibbs
has decided to retire fiom politics in
order to go into the stock-raising
As was naturally to have been ex
pectcd the Express sides with Thoebe
in his contest for Speaker Carlisle's
seat and impatiently asks "liow can
congiess nmore his claim?"
The scheme set on foot by Texas
at Dallas to induce immigiation to
the state is having a good effect on
other Southern states. Theyluttebe
gun to bestir themselves in the same
Congressman Mills is being
charged with nepotism by a number
of papers hostile to him because
his son is cleik of the ways and
means committee of which he is
The cowboy preacher has ghenup
his notion of attending school anil
has accepted a call to the pastoiate
of the Uaptist (Lurch at Xv.i-.ota
no l.a 11
Vim t'p-i-tel iLtdariiy md
Ji-tics-ug f:r(juecpy the lcpoijs of
hjii.ble r.aLoad disastei.s p:le up
llie Litest ii n-poited fioni near
IIatiii:ll 3Iiss. .md as tisu.tl ic
coruts fc.rii'l loss of life.
ErtG.oc.is a di ink that was foi
merly poculiaily southcin but it is
growing to be popular in the Xoith.
A statistics fiend has found out that
a hundred gallons w ere drank in
Cincinnati on Christmas day.
AccoitDiNG to the local press some
of the members of the Houston city
council are playing star engagements
at the meetings every Monday after
noon. Trying to outdo Fort Worth
and the Alamo City are they?
Chas. F. Dodge of Xew Toik and
Thos. AV. Chastanie of Vuginia
were expelled fiom Yale college a
few days ago for playing Joker the
stakes being the privilege of paying
exclusive attention to a pretty Xew
Hox. Jas. Beck was elected by the
Kentucky legislatuie on Tuesday to
seneathird term as a lepiesenta
tive in the United States senate
from the blue grass state Mr. Beck
is one of the best and most justly
popular men in the senate.
The dissatisfied laboring men
might as well take a stuffed club to
themselves or but their brains out
against a wall as to needlessly and
without great provocation engage in
strikes at thii season of the year
when the consequences will fall most
heavily on them.
At piesent Xew Yoik City -eems
to be decidedly in tLe lead for the
next national democratic convention.
This is on account of the almost ab-
solute certainty of Cleveland's ic
ceivirfg the nomination and on ac-
count ef Xew Yoik being legaided
as the pivotal state.
A BENEriT bull-fight was ten
dered Mazzantina the Spanish mat
ador at tLe City of Mexico on Sun
day. TLeie was a tiemendous rusL
for seats inside the ring and the
sales amounted to nearly 20000.
The bulls weie imported fiom Spain
and cost a thousand dollais each.
Some time ago under the heading
of "State Xews" the Banneh publish-
ed an item to the effect that Dr. J.
H. Luther pi esident of Baylor Fe
male collego at Belton intended 1 e-
signing. At the lequest of the doc
tor the1 matter is hereby contradic-
ted and the Bo;j.ek is lejoiced to
know that the cause of education in
this state is not to bo thus crippled.
Ym Hemiy had better look a ''Iced
lc oudt" how ho cateis to the -iews
of a few squatteis engaged in laismg
Mexican goat hail- out in the chap
paials of Western Texas Those peo
pie compose only a small portion of
his constituency and the 1 est do not
want to be foiced to paj 111010 foi
their clothing thin it is icasoiirtbly
v.oith in older that a tiibutetobciic-
l fit the few nm belcued
Waco Las a number of wife
The new county jail in Mills
county is Hearing completion lapidly.
A new postoffice Las been es-
tablisLedat Mangum Gieer county.
The Xoith Street City 1 airway
company of Foit Worth and the
San Antonio Garden company Lae
A petition for tLe 1 emoi al of tLe
postmaster at Claiendon. EalpL Jef-
ferson and a counter petition are
A defecthe flue in the residence
of Mis. T. R. Small caused a blaze
at Abilene on Monday night. The
damage however was slight.
The citizens of San Saba raised
$35000. of the $40000 lequhed of
them as a bonus to seem e for them
railway connection with the outside
During tLe cold snap the thei-
mometer at Goldthw aito legisteied
1(! degiees aboe.and the stock hae
shown signs of hauugenduiedgicat
Very little concern is felt at
Wii luta Falls over the prodtnt's
pioclam.ttion in the Gicfi coiuty
m-itter. Tile aitual settk: of
Gieer county about ."J000 2iiO-t ol
whom Lold under quit clami det.l-
will be file main sunems.
A dispatch fiom Foit Worth
sajs that inside of ninety days tliat
the v.oik of extending Foit Worth
aiid Rio Granddioad fiom Giand-
buiy its piesent terminus would be
commenced and would net be stoj-
ped until San Angelov.as leached
While ofiiceis weie pui suing
Matt Johnson an escaped city pris-
oner who had been put to work out
a fine on the streets of Greenville
for a simple assault one of the offi-
cers fell and his pistol was dis-
charged shooting Johnson seriously
in the groin.
Up to January loth from last
July 4th when the new land law
went into operation the land com;
missioner leased 4272522 acres.
yielding a levenue of $170900 and
sold IIS i!l() acres of agricultural
lands to actual settlers at about an
average of 2.25 per acre.
Austin was risitcd by a slijrbt
blaze on hatuiday night the hie hav
ing started in tLe block of buildings
corner of Pecan and San Jacinto
streets near tLe Driskill hotel. The
fheraen faught manfully and suc-
ceeded in subduing the flames be
foie much loss was entailed
The DenibOU and Abilene rail
road ia Sherman has been charter
ed and a pieliminary survey of the
hock isianu ra ue inaae at once
from Abilene to Wichita Falls and
as a consequence everybody is talk
ing railroads and everybody is wear-
ing a bright smile along the line.
The board of trade at El Paso
and the development committee in
conjunction with Col. F. B. Chilton
member of the state immigration
committee from that Senatorial
district held a meeting on. 3Ionday
to prepare an address outlining the
objects sought and plan of woik to
Mr. X. II. Frohlichte.n of Mobile Ala
w rites: "I take great pleasure in recommend-
ing Dr. King's New Discovery for consump-
tion having used it for a severe attack or
bronchitis and catarrh. It gave me instant
relief and entirely cured me and I have not
been afflicted since. I also beg to state that I
had tried other remedies with no good re-
sult. Have also used Electric Ui'ters and Dr.
King's New Ife 1'ills both of which I can
Dr. King's New Discovery for consump-
tion coughs ana cold is sold on a positive
guarantee. Trial bottles free at R. E. Latin's
Another Long-Felt Want:
Caller. Any back nuinbei s of
Heal tL Journal Editor Yes sir
Which number do xou want'
'I dont know the date but I saw
a line 111 11 paper to the effect that it
had an article entitled "Low to lie
wlien asleep "'
'I know which number yon want.
Having tiouble at night; eh'-'
"I should say so. My wife says I
tall. 111 my sleep and 1 J:now fiom
t'ip way hhe acts tLat I tell the
Wnat Am 1 To Do 7
The s mptoms ol 13iolmnes are un uapnih
but too well known. Thi'y diller in dinerenj
individuals to some extent. A bilious man i
seldom a breakfast eator. 1 00 froquentl ftla5
he has an excellent appetite for liquids hut
none for solids of a morning His tonpue
will hardly bpar inspection at ar.i tin e if it
is not white and furred it is rmign at all
11 e di'tstive fjstem is wl oily out of or
der aim Diarrne.1 or constipation ma be u
s-unplom or the two maj aiti-rnate. There
aro often lit innrrliuid- or ai 11 !o- i Wood.
Thero nny be guldines- and often he idache
and nudity or llntuhnec and tcndcrnci-. 111
the pit or the stomach. To correct t cure
try Gr'-cn's August I'lu-ver it to-t-. h'i' .
tri'1. .nd lh.Mi-.ui i.t t 1 eln 1
Seeking Afar Wnat
Maybe Found at One's
TheinvalM nromirtr-v ' of a wealthy estate
m Scotland once fisfed ;K "eat of Eu-
Lopetogetridofherrnalaihii " - .
ihe went to Eaden-JJadef u jnedthoae
ccfcbrated waters then Xo CarlsK d and '""J
its mineral sprmg-. She got worie jstead ol
bettei. and in despa rshc said to a pli."lcian
"Wliat shall I Oo"'
His reply was: "Med cii ie can do nothing
for you. You ha; e one clia ace in the waters
ofllt Kealtlily IcoUand."'
"U it possible"' she repht d ' why. those
waters are on my own estate!"
Invalids go tramping ovei l A world un-
successfully seeking the re'ief ti iat often lies
right at thej on doors.
Cnange of climate and travel h no doubt
beneficial in some classess of cheas but it is
impossible to secure while traveling the pro-
per care and nursing the cheerful coinfortsof
home which are oiten necessary adjc nets to
medicine in promoting reeoery.
ia many aiuntnts anstng as so many do
the kidneys and liver with the proper rem edy j
ownfw?Tery umach lr'oreraP1 dose's j
itum ucrangemenis ot tnose pnmary orj-ans
Major b. B. Abbott of Springfield Mo.
was attacked with serious troubles and after
a loctr course of medical beatment. tnprf to
find relief at Hardin Sulphur Springs in Cali-
fornia and visited a nurrber cf other noted
health resorts bat all to no purpose. At last
he v ert home he was inducrd 10 try Warner's
safe cure for his ladnt troubles and soon be-
came a well man.
Dr. Gustav Weber a leading physician of
Dessau Germany v rites Warner's Safe Cure
Co. s branch a' rrarkfort: ' ser t i:t 1 1SS7:
'Tor many jea-s 1 have sufered i-on nrlam-
mn .on ol ih- kidnv' and each )ear was
J I gtd to v - t Car sLad for tempo-ary rehet.
I have hmshod my fifteenth bottle of arner's
sale care i.nd hve completely recovered."
'1 l.e main thing is to find tne right remedy
then rtcoverj from all the many ailraeDts that
are the re-ult of kidney derangement is most
easilj stcurml at home surrounded by home
comior s. rh;re a-e lew dise-ses 'or which
Iravei i on tho whole beneficial but there
ire rmvy which may be cured by 1 uttir g the
ki.lnejs n a healthy state thus driving the
cai.se of 1' e ci sease Jtjm the systerr.
The following Is the tariff on wLat
Tax on sugar 80
Tax on rice 112
Tax on salt. . . 1 83
Tax on corn starcL 93
Tax'on potatoes 45
lax on wooling dress goods cost-
ing 32 cents a vard 71
Tax on common cloth 91
Tax on woolen hosiery 90
Tax on flannels 72
Tax on common woolen sLawls. . 87
Tax on cotton Losiery 45
Tax on cotton bagging 54
Tax on plain earthem ware 55
Tax on window glass 147
Tax on steel rails SO
TV IWiJVVV Acker's Baby
Soother at hand. It is the only eafe
medicine yet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
or Morphine hut gives tho child natural
ease f rum pain. Price 25 cents. Soldbj-
K. E. Luhn.
A Clearwater (Minn.) dispatch of
Thursday last says: "Willie Bax
ter twehe years of age died to all
appearances on Tuesday of diph
theria and was arranged in his
gnvve clothes and placed in a coffin
in tne residence 01 hib parent1
Yesterday while the family and
friends w ere in another part of the
house the lud arose stepped out of
the casket made his way to his
room and put on Lis every-day
clotLes. WLen the absence of tLe
body fiom tLe coffin was noticed
tLeie was gieat consternation which
was increased when Willie himself
put in an appearance as natural as
life. He said Le felt as w ell as ever
and played around for awhile when
suddenly he fell oer dead.
"Trvv trifle with nny Ihroat or
-"" Lung Disease. If you have
(Jonrn or Cold or the cniidren axe
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough
use Acker's English Kemedyand prevent
lurtner trouoie. it is a positive cure'
and we puarantte it. Price 10 and COc
Miss Frances E Willard thinks
that the state should own the early
home of WLittier. SLe urges tLe
women of tLe country to unite and
yJP rvV 'sv09 enjoy your dinner
j YJ and are pre vented by Dys
pepsia use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In-
digestion Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. 5 and CO cents.
P.. E. Luhn.
D! M. Babcock of fire extinguisb-
er fame died in tLe poor house at
San Fiancisco. Saturday. He once
had an income of $120000 a vear.
is warranted is because it
is the best
Blood Preparation known. It -.-ill ptwi-
t' vely cure ell Blood Diseases purifies the
whole system era tliorougiuy uuncs up ins
constitution. Kemember w e guarantee it.
R. E. Luhr
Jas Judge of Kenosha. Wi1-. al
thou'di totalh blind is one of the
most skilful plumbeis in the town
and reliable 3Ied ciner.arethebest
todependupon Acker's Biood El
ixir has been prescribed for years for all im-
puritiesoftheUlood In every fcrmof Scrof-
ulous SvphiliticorMercunaldiscases itis
invaluable. For Rheuma" m has no equal.
1. E I.nl 0.
What a lie Cot.
One of Ciomwell's daughter Fran-
ces' Linton was Rev. JeremiaL White
her father's chaplain says tLe Youth's
Companion. Cromwell did not favor
the suit. Healing one day that the
chaplain was alone with Frances he
rushed angrily into the room where
he discovered the chaplain on his
knees with Fannys Land against Lis
'WLat is tLe meaning of this pos-
ture V' lle asked.
"May it please your LigLness'"re-
phed the chapit."n "1 have long time
courted that gentlewoman there my
lady's maid and cannot prevail I
was therefore humbly praying her
ladyship to intercede for me."
Cromwell knew the man was lyttfgj
out oeinsr-very wiilinr? to take the
lie for truth he turned to the maid
Saying What is the meaning of this
huzzy? "Why lefuse the hraor Mr.
White would do you' He is my
friend and I expect you to treat him
TLe girl willinrr to make the most
of Ler opportunity replied witL a
courtesy and blusL: '-If Mr. White
intends me that honor J shall not be
"Sayest thou so lass'" cried Crom
well. '-Call Goodwin. The business
shall be done befoie I leave the
Goodwin a clerervnian promntlv
lesponded and the two weie mar-
ried then and theie and Ciomwell
gave the bride a dowrv of 1L500.
TLe result of tLe cliaplain's lie was
j jcuia uj. Heiiueu uiuia-ppiness.
A Buried City.
TLat one of tLe greatest of all the
cities built by tLe BuddLists in tLe
east sLould Lave been forgotten and
lost in tLe deptLs of a trackless for-
est for 1000 years is a fact tLat
lays a powerful Lold on the imagin-
ation. Readers of Mr. Ferguson
and Sir Emerson Tennent have
Leard sometLing of the architectu-
ral wonders of AnuradLapura the
ancient '"city of granite" in the is-
land of Ceylon and of the unparal-
leled immunity of its structures and
ricL monumental remains from the
ravages of tLe spoiler and the re-
Since tLey wTote great progress
Las been made in tbe way of clear-
ing tlie jungle. Mr. Burrows who
has lately visited the city gites in
Macmillans Magazine a lemarkable
account of the progiess made in lo-
cal archaeological researches since
this marvelous lecoid of the past
was accidentally rediscovered. TLe
ruins at present disclosed are de-
scribed a3 aheady extending for a
distance of at least four miles by two
and a Lalf. The wonderful Cinga-
lese palace supposed to have been
built about the commencement of
the Christian era of which Mr.
Burrows gives an elaborate descrip-
tion was discovered only last jear.
So far the clearings and excavations
ore stated tc yield results which en-
tirely agree with the most authen-
tic account extant from an eye wit-
ness of ancient AnuradLapura tLe
Chinese traveler Fa Hian who vis-
ited it in the early part of the fifth
- aa mm
A Sister's Gcneroaitj.
That's one thing about a girl
sajs the San Francisco Chronicle.
She's generally very unselfish to "her
brother. You don't often hear of a
young fellow giving up his pocket
money to his sister; he usually
growls if she wants him to take her
to the theatre. But if a boy is in a
little trouble his sister will stand by
him like a brick. She'll not only
gie him her pocket money but
she'll go and wheedle some more
out of her father to give it to him.
She'll fib she'll prearicate she'll
beg. He'll hang about ont&ide un-
til she gets it and comes and give it
to him. TLen he will giab Lis Lat
ami bolt out of tLe Loube. And
sLe does not mind if Le does not
tliank her particularly. He's her
bi other and well a woman al
ways looks at a kindness done to a
man as its own lew aid. A boy can
generally wheedle money out of his
mother. But if she can't give it to
him out of the household cash or
her own pocket she has a tendency
to spoil all by telling his father
what she wants the money for. A
girl can not succeed with her
mother very often but she does not
often fail with the old man. And
she's always more ingenious in in-
venting necessities for it. A srirl
with all the nioie limited acknowl
edged needs of w omankind for money
will find at any time a much moie
leasonable excuse for lequiring it
than a man with innumerable natu-
ral wants. God bless the sisteis
anjhow Any one of them is wortli
a whole familj of brotheis
Immortality will come to such as
aie fit for it and he who would be a
gieat soul in the futuio must be a
.'Ka -ou! i' n. E'lieisoi'
A VIEW OF LOW HEE
Not from a Moral Standpoint not In stn
EDtlrrljr Phj-slcal Sense.
Wbmi tit pnlts tuts ftttt i-oin tho cacrsy
Is cons; -hn tin appsUla is -weaa sndsljun-
etrtaln then tts boa is in a eonaiUon of aeteal
low life." Koraattsr wast tts causes may hais
bten Katart bas flTsn -waj sad asles her strsnrtr
s restored duesss it certain to tiie r-ojt telcn of
the body. The ant thing any doctor does in such
a case t to asslsi Katare. Here are soma in-
stances Itof AnjttnFIintofBUeTie(Xeif Torl)CoUgv
s&ys "Thejudieieos use of alcoholic stimulants
Is one of the striking oharsdsrletics of prcgreea lo
th practice of medicine daring the last fcalfeeifr-
tary." The well knows Frof. Joseph rarrish says- We
know that alcohol will eteady the heart slow the.
pulse warm the skin tslm excitement and vet
cxght to nse it."
The celebrated Ur J. V. Carnwall rays "Iain
Blov't happy to say. after a -very thorough test
that iflT persons suffering with nerroas and gehersX
debility or any wasting disease or for delicate per-
sons or invalids Duffy's Pure Malt Whlsie; ie the.
btst tonic and purest stimulant with which 1 ana
There are no higher sdentie authorities tha&t
these and they speak volumes for the pars and
valuable whiskey which has become bo wonderf nDj-
popolar Beware of all bottled whiskey whlcla
may be offered you except VnSj s It has stood
the test of tims and is absolutely pure. Doay'a
Formula is a positive cure for coughs colds &&
all pulmonary troubles.
Guns that will shoot five miles-
have been invented.
Bailey's Salixe Afekient is a pleasant
and cooling cathart'c for the immediate cure
of headache indigestion and constipation.
Chas. Frohman is trying pedes-
trianism for ill LealtL.
That lad v. married or smele. who has be
come irregular each month who is feeble pale
and emaciated who is annoyed with aches and
pains should use one or two bottles of Eng-
lish Female Bittebs. Its action is prompt
and satisfactory. It is prepared specially for
Baltimore is the leading market ine
the world for terrapin.
Syrup ot Figs.
Is Natures's own true laxative. It is the
most easily taken and the most effective
remedy known to. Cleanse the Sytenx.
when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Head.
aches Colds and Fevers; to Cure Habit-
ual Constipation Indigestion Piles etc
Manufactured only by the California Fig-
Syrup Company San Franciscoy Cal.
The elastic sandstone belt in Geor-
gia contains diamonds.
Use the eid ana Reliable.
Catarrh destroys the senses of smell taste
and hearing rapidly becomes offensive and
often culminates in consumption and insani-
ty. Ho matter what stage the disease has
advanced ton Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remed;y
wfll certainly cure it. This prepation is
the only sure cure for this malady in tho
market yet has many imitators. Others
may fish t never does- Your druggists
America Las more dollars invested
in dairies than in bonks.
Tne True Method
Of curing habitual constipation andliver and!
kidney ills is to avoid the use of the bitter
drastic liver medicines and cathartics and to.
take only the pleasant liquid fruit remedy
Syiup ei Figs. It e'eanses as well as strength-
ens the system and does not leave the bowel-
costive so that regular habits may he formed
and theinvalid permanently restored to health
t acts promptly and efiecrively; it is easily
taken and perfectly harmless. For sale in 50
cent and $1.00 bottles by Carleton . NasL.
Duck hunting in Maryland is ss-
regularly organized trade.
Wonderful Cures v
R. E. Luhn wholesale and retail druggist.
Brenham. Texas says: "We have been sell-
ing Dr. King's New Discovery Electric fit-
ters and Bucklin's Arnica Salve for 4 yearsi
Have never handled remedies that sell as
well or give such universal satisfaction.
There have been some wonderful cures eF-
fected by these medicines in this city. Several
cases of pronounced consumption have been
entirely cured by use of a few bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery taken in connection
with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them aF-
ways. Sold by R. E. Luhn.
More than 8000 persons liveby
the mills of Columbus Ga.
KucMen's Arnica salve.
The host Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruise8 Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains-
Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positive-
ly cure3 Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money tefunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by R. E. Luhn.
The wife of Pi esident Diaz of Mex-
ico has established in the City of
Mexico a large "Friendly Home of
the Workingw oman" at which small
children will be caied for during tho
day while then- mothers aie at wort.
Rev. Stlvaxus Cobb thus wntes m the
Bostov Ciimstiak Fkeimas-: We wonld
by no means recommend any kind ofmedi-
cine wnit-ii e uiu.Mjvn wwfjvvM j.
ticularly for infants But of Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Svrup we can ppeak from knowl-
edge; in our own family it has proved a
blesemg indeed by giving an infant troubled;
with colic pains quiet sleep ana tne parents
unbroken rest at night. Mo.t parents can
appreciate these blessings. Here is an arti-
cle which works to perfection ard which
is harmless for the sleeps which it affords
the infant is perfectly natural and the little
cherub awakes as "bright as a button." And
dur jig the process of teething its value is
incalculable. We have frequently heard
mothers say that they wouldnotbe without it
from the birth of tho child till it lid finished
with the teething seige on ar.v considera-
tion whatever. Sold by Ul druggists. 25
cent3 a bottle.
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Garrett, O. H. P. Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 12, 1888, newspaper, January 12, 1888; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115605/m1/1/: accessed July 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .