Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 172, Ed. 1 Friday, July 20, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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i; 008(1 Babies.m ^
I> If the mother is Strang and well
<' the baby will be so, too, in almost ev-
i > ery case—and a healthy baby is a "good"
1 'baby. Mothers whs use
I r> T? n GERSTLE'S A
f I I H FEMALE V
< V-A ■ 1 ■ I ■ PANACEA ^
< regularly for some time before childbirth al-
l < ways have an "easy time" and give birth to a
I » healthy child. It heals and strengthens all of
l > the sexual organs, and supplies an extra quan-
,) tity of rich, pure blood for the nourishment of
(| the unborn child.
OIIREB ■FHTll tdkm.. - i..
I I OUIltD MENTAL TROUBLE AND DROPSY.
i | _»^ «7,w®® „,|?f?re101ur second child was born, three
i t J. .';?4J<Jcal dropsy very bad. We had
< 1 IS® wither but she was not relieved. Her
i > EiRvaV .4u *je 9e.nt 'ler to ,"le asylum at
( .Boli.var.Tenn., and at the end of tour months we brought
sound and well. But last summer, just ' *
child was born, the drops
ire very uneasy about her.
our thfrif cMlT was Krn.the Tropsy'S'^S
< and "Aeaar about her. We gave her QlY. P. (Senile's Female Pans-
- - "'I®. heStfy boy °a^y. dTOPSy ^^undjan J^l and 1
I GIVES G. F. P. THE CREDIT. ' <>
' jMttas Jar iteytt.tr.iii«•ssstssr* *
it all? f0r WhlteS- 1 amS00n 10 beCome a ft xJNUrFt GiteSn ■
wriu i. (k. iafl«' uullk Clak, ran u (Xr.ll. » c., tt.lu.mt* t... for trt. ul» »b«.t ,1
J it all
A TRIP .TO EUROPE
Or any distance from home should always be
prepared for w.th a fluk of our
or Forn Hill Bourbon Whiskey for medicinal
purposes. Chance of water or climate is
apt to bring disorders of the system, and for
cramps, summer complaints, or "that tired
feeling," there is nothing will relieve it like a
drink of our pr re liquors.
L F CRASSMUCK, Manager.
Our Spring Styles
In Sterling Clothing for this season are
beauties, and have arrived in so many new
and gracetul styles in cut and fabric that
they i qua! the best custom made both in
fine workmanship and perfect fit.
OUR pricm FOR NIW AND
NIAT STVI.IV WILL SURPRISE
Call and examine our stock beforo buying
Th« Sirdar's Former Brotner.
Lord Kitchener has a younger
brother living in New Zealand, who,
instead of following his three broth-
ers into the army, chose a lonely
pastoral life. Arthur Buck Kitchen-
er is a bachelor, 48 years of age, and
the owner of a fine estate at Wai-
hems Grange, near Dunback, on the
A Color-Line Curfevr. ,—-
Port Tampa City, Fla., has a ! body come
"curfew" bell in a new form. No '
male colored man i3 allowed on tlio
streets of the city after 10 o'clock
p. m., unless he has a pass signed
ATTENTION SQUARE BALE GINNERS
At the Brenham meeting of the
Square Bale Ginner's Associa-
tion of Texas held May 22 and 23
a resolution was passed that said
Association hold an extra ses-
sion at Waco during the summer
therefore, we call said meeting
to meet on Tuesday, July 31st,
and we hjpe to meet every man
then who is interested in the
square bale. Many questions of
importance will come up. Every-
W. P. Laughter, Pres.
A. W. Watson, Sec.
STALL FED BEEF.
Messrs. Fischer Bros., butch-
announce that hereafter
by Mnyor Dempsey. All others ar« • ers» announce that hereafter
jailed and fined in the police court I b"4 the *ta.U fed
,, . ^ beef will be served to their cus-
the next day. 1
TOILET ARTICLES, ETC-
•owth una public TKX4I
A full supply of all the popular Patent Medicine*. Toilet Articles and
Fine Perfumeries In eadless variety. Physicians Prescriptions carefully
and accurately compounded at all hour*, day or sight.
M. A. HEALY.
. STOV88, TINWARE, PAINTS. OIL, VARNISH.
WINDOW-GLASS, IRON PIPE, STEAM FITTINGS,
RUBBER BELTING, ETC.
Handy Street Brenham.
gWEAEINOEN & HAGUE.
Office, South Side Public Square.
AMPBELL <k PENNINGTON,
Ail business entrusted la our care will re-
oaive prompt and careful attention
0*ee ever firot National Bank.
W. C. Hwottsoir. J. M. Hktduson
HENDERSON A HENDERSON,
AttoriBTS and Csttiselors-at-Law,
Licensed and will practice in all State and
Omca—Second floor Schmid Building.
LAWYER AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
X Office in Schmid Bros, new building
j» s, holland. b. p. holland,
Holland & Holland,
Owici— Jacob's building—Up one flight.
Prescription headquarters—S. Rouse &
Co.'s Drug Store.
Telephone at Office and Residence
The Oldest Nurseries in Texas.
lataMlehetf by William Watson, 1 BOO-
ST aitlet Watson
* NEAR BRENHAM, TEXAS*
Every variety of Fruit, Ornamental and
Shade Trees *" *
All the «•*
suited to our climate
Vail Line of jtrmr-
GO TO THE
Jg G. SENTER,
J. M. MATKIS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices re all the Courts of the State.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
of the State.
TM WOM, BATH TUBS, CiSTBMS.
REPAIR WORK A BRECIALTV-
AD Wart Dm lift Rutins Mi Msptfck
ARB FULLY OUARAMTEBO.
> In Quantities
FOR &AL1 BY
L. J. LOCKETT
New Idea in Traction.
A new system of railway traction
has been invented by a New Zeahm-
der, in which half of the car is un
derground and half above. It is
proposed to construct a conduit ol
sufficient capacity to receive the
truck and running gear.
There is an average of four em-
ployes to each senator. The salary
list of the senate amount® to nearly
$500,000 a year, and as most of the
employes are engaged less than six
months, on an annual salary, the po-
sitions arc desirable. Even while
the senate is in session, the clerks
and messengers are not expected to
overwork, although at times they aro
required to exert themselves.
Hard on the Entetainer.
The demoralizing effect of tho
war upon public amusements in
England is forcibly shown by the
case of one well-known concert
singer in London who had thirteen
engagements canceled in thrco
weeks. By way of compensation,
he had seventy-one invitations with-
in the same period to give his ser-
vices free in behalf of war funds.
No larger line shown in the city—new
styles unpacked all the time. Csn't
keep the goods long enough to even
set them up—people buy so fast.
Prices are (4 a 5, 6 oo, 7 75, 8 50,
up to $20
BRENHAM FURNITURE CO.
FOR REN T.—Two residences
fronting West Main and Sandy
streets, containing 5 rooms, with
halls and bath rooms and galleries,
all in good oendition. For partiou»
lars apply to F. B. Wiebusoh.
Ring up 15-4, City Dairy, for
butter, cream, oream cheeae, etc.
Fine peaches, fifteen cents a
dozen, at Amsler's.
Juet received a car of those Scotch
lawns worth 5 cents a yard you can
buy them while they last 10 yards
for 10 cents at the New York Store,
Gather & Buster, Proprietors.
Fine peaches, fifteen cents a
dozen, at Amsler's.
Don't send your picture off for
buttons, cuff buttons, etc. You
oan get all these at Hollan
Fine peaches, fifteen oents a
dozen, at Amsler's.
50 dozen large towels worth 30
cents a pair, you oan buy Uiera while
they last for 15 cents a pair at the
New York Store, Gather & Buster,
Santa Fe Specials.
The Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets at
one and oae third fares to Belton on August
6 and 7, good ior return August 11.
2 1-2 miles
east ot City.
Bathing, Boafing and Fishing.
Balhinp 75c, or 20 tickets for $3
Boating 25c per hour
Fishing 25c per pole and 25c per pound.
I.&G. N. R. R.
August 27-September l—g. a.
September 17-22 — I, O, O. F.
Hoverei,»n Grand Lodge.
July 18-2G—Battlefield Re-union.
July 25-29 — Southern Kpworth
Will be made for all the above
occasions. Ask ticket agents for
particulars regarding rates, datos
of sale, limits, etc, or write to
D. J. PKICE,
G. P. A., PAI.KSTINE, Tkx.
Colorado Springs, one fare plus $2 round
_jp, on sale Auj—* ~ -
trip, on tale August 18 and"i9, good"for ^
One and one-third fares to Kyle, on sale
Tuly 3i and August I,good for return August
The Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets to
.»©— " * " " "
third fares tor the round trip.
and trip -v.... ,u
La Grange on July 80 and 81, and August 1,
— "i for return August lo at one and one-
to 2o, oae a
Oae and one-third fares to Fort Worth for
the round trip, on sale July 80, good for re-
turn August 6.
One fare plus ten per cent to Galveston, on
sale August 18 aod for morning train of |4;
August 16 and morning trains of 16; August
17 and morning bains of 18, limit to August
The Santa Fe will sell round trip tickets to
Ricemond, Va., on September 14 and 15,
good for return to September >8, at one (are
Summer excursions to Galveston and Lam-
pasas from all points on the Gulf, Colorado
and Santa Fe railway, and to Ban Angelo
from all points except Temple and San An-
Nashville, Tenn—National Grand Tern
- Mosaic Templars of America Ju" "
— - and one-third fare, certilcate
j August a4, and *6, Hr
3, one I are plus $*00
The Central announces a
standing rate from Brenham to
Havana, Cuba, of S45. The rate
l« rift New Orleans.
The Central will sell round trip tickets to
La Grange on Jaly 81 and August 1, Mod to
retura to August 10, at one and on^third
To Waco, July 88, good to 26, one Care
plat lo per cent.
Summer rates to asoal points commence
Rouad trip tickets at one fare plus tea per
the 14.evwri*°Safa»,of uTrJ
trains of the 16, evening train of the 17 and
na ming train of the iC Tickets limited to
August a§ tor retera.
One sad one-third fares mod trip to
s?z%ziat kKm h 1004
the sperinl subject mat ter of each issne to
date belli* a# follows; March, 1899, Texas:
a ("ml. Hoastuu Gouuty; Ma*, Montgom-
ery County; Junk, Cherokee County;
July, JLcon County; August, Anderson
County: Skptkmbei,, Rusk County; Octo-
bek, Walker County; Novkmbku, ltexar
County; Ukckub«k, Braxoria County; Feb-
buabv, Fort Bend and Trinity Counties;
Mabou, Gregtf and Wood Counties.
This magazine is of groat interest to the
investor, sportsman, tourist, health-seeker
and home-seeker, and wilt be sent free to
any one paying the postage, which Is 25o
for one year, or 2 oents for sample oopy
Beok number* may be had if de/lied. '
PUCE, UP AT 1.
SANTA EE SALOONft/a
Onion Depot, Brenham. Tone.
Open day and night Hot and Cold luck
Fish and Oysters served to order at all hears.
The best liquors and Cigars In the city. No
bettor place in town to get what you want
Mu Aiinmi Bna always on tap.
AOIMT FOR TEAOUK'B COUOH CURB.
W H. MURPHY, Manager;
Church BtrletY"1 Brenham.
Special attention given to
Uarsi.Skaa|ae sad Rsaair Wark
iiuiuc wHvviiig auu nvpiii vvPRi
Patrmgi Solicited, SithfactiM Assirtd.
W. A.WOOD ttCo.
Heart Bkiaglea, Windows, Doers
Briok, Lime aa< Oemont,
Ctenaine Oliddea Peace Win
That n What Voa
Wiu. Do ir Yotr Owes
Havb Tout Wobk Dobb by
SSffiSL Brtufctia. Ttxu
iUR APPETITE is not just what '.t ought to be. You get ^
tired of eating the same kind of food all the timo—yoo
want a change, and you don't know exactly what you want |
If you get to feel that way
OUR STORE ; |
lay in a supply of some of the many tempting delicacies we have. 4
thf y will bring your appetite back.
Wk Receive Weeki.y SmrMLiiTS of
Swift's Premium Hams",
Swift's Premium B. Bacon.
Fresh Dairy Butter received daily
new lauy PEAS,
NAVY BE ASS, LIMA BEANS, ETC.
Our White Crest Flour
We recommend to be the best.
J. H. QUEBE, Manager.
Take an Outing
And spend a month in camp
at the celebrated
LAMPASAS SULPHUR SPRINGS
Persons bringing their own tents are admitted
to the ground free of charge. Teats, cots,
chairs, cooking stoves, and everything nec-
essary for camping can be had on the grounds
at a cost of Irom $6 to |io per monfh. Fine
FREE FROM MALARIA.
1200 feet above the sea level. Music, danc-
ing, and all kinds of innocent sports. Pure
sulphur spring water, and
THE LARGEST AND FINEST SULPHUR
SPRIN6S IN THE WORLD.
These waters sre an infallible cure for all
liver complaints and skin diseases ot every
character. Board can be had on the ground,
if desired, at a small cost. Low railroad
rates from all points. Hundreds will spend
tho summer here in comfort, and there is
room for you.
For further particulars as to rates, etc., ap-
w. S. KEENAN, G. P. A.
AND BEST ROUTE
CHARLESTON, Sonlh Carolina
For Annual Meeting National Edu-
cationaljAssociation, July 7 13,1900
Houston k Shrevcport,
Booston £, & W. Texas By.
RATE—One Fare Plus $4.00.
Tickets on sale July 3 and 4, limited
to September 1st,
Write for Sleeper Reservations
and Information Relative to
W. S. MELDRUM, General Manager
W. IL TAYLOR, G. F. and P. A.
WM. DOHERTY, A. G. P. A.,
No One Needs to
for riding on the Denver Road. It of-
fers an unequaled variety ot soeoeiy,
broad vestibuled trains, quick service,
solid roadbed, perfect baggage ijstem
and courteous employes.
The Sumptuous Pullmans
are built in natural woods—rich, taste-
ful and restful to the eye. The Cafe car
service is always good, the linen is spot-
lessly clean, the waiters prompt, the
food the best the market affords.
It Uses Union Station
Fort Worth, Pueblo, Colorado Spring*
and Denver. It educates by blending
en route the most beautiful portions of
Texas and Colorado. It runs
from Fort Worth to Denver daily, which
pass ea route Pike's Peek, the Spanish
Peak, and for two hundred miles in sight
of the mountain range. It allows stop-
overs on summer touriets' tickets at all
points in Colorado. It leevos Fort
Worth at 9-45 a m; arrive* in Denver
Mat day in tune for mid-day lunch. It
aims to pleate; it bytes investigation.
A. A. Glissom, O. A. P. D.
CHAS. L. HULL, T. P. A.
W. P. STERLBT, A. O. P. A.
The Denver Road,
IOR WORTH, TKUt
-S3* THE PUREST AND BEST. «N3-
H. ft. SGHITU, Agent BrrnhSH, Texas
There is but One Way to
Buy Goods CHEAP, and
that is for
WHEN YOU ARB IN NEED OF
Dinner Setts, Toilet Setts, Glassware, Tinware,
Graniteware, Lamps, Notions and Novelties,
Hotel and Bar Goods,
- TRY US.:
We will not allow any house to undersell us.
Big" Lot of Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses
COME AND PRICE THEM.
WM. ,S. VINSON,
Is Prepared to Look After the Sanstary
of Y01 ~
Dr*MB# iHilHn ^aa A* a| M-al
nl«pi w w NQvllf
w. s. vivson.
Free Delivery in City.
O SCHAWE ft SON
BEST SELECTED STOCK IN TOWN.
fioeds Sold on lasy Payments When
An Inspection will Convince of the Correctness ol our
V*. TOBUtL. MpM*
The best Mb in the city at all hoan,
Fiict fiiet. LUim aid Cipn
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 172, Ed. 1 Friday, July 20, 1900, newspaper, July 20, 1900; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481096/m1/3/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.