Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 207, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 8, 1900 Page: 2 of 4
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BEEN BAM DAILY BANNER
john o. rankin,
Editor. Put>IUh«T and proprletoi.
UHBfttXKOlttM. SEPT. 8. 1300.
No concert of action has been
agreed upon by the allied powers
in China, as yet.
The loss from forest fires in
Colorado and Wyoming is esti-
mated at $10,000,000.
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Gen, Chaffee baa been ordered
to remain in pekin until be re-
ceives further orders.
The attorney general of Ne-
braska has brought suit against
the Standand Oil company.
Democrats carried South Car-
olina by a h%nd8ome majority,
although the election was closely
Rich strikes of petroleum are
being made in California and
prospectors are developing wells
at many points.
The transport Lawton is to be
sent to Cape Nome at once for the
relief of destitute miners who
wish to return home.
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Germany now has nine war-
ships en route to the Chinese
coast, which may be taken as a
fair indication of trouble in the
The Manila Commission sent
to the Philippines by Uncle Sam
appear to have done little else
than draw their salaries and have
a hilarious good time.
Great Britain expresses much
astonishment at Russia's coincid-
ing with the United States in her
demand for the withdrawal of
armed forces from Pekiif.
TREMENDOUS MIDSUMMER SLAUGHTERING
AND PROFIT-LOSINC SALE
Jerry Simpson, the idol of
populism in Kansas a few years
■incs, ha* been "side-tracked"
in the house of his friends—ruth*
lsssly sacrificed, so to speak.
Lack of adequate transporta-
tion facilities has foroed many
American visitors to the Paris
Exposition to accept steerage
passage on their return home,
If every democrat in the Unit-
ed States will only take the
trouble to oast his ballot in No-
vember! for Hon. W. J. Bryan,
he will be our next president, be*
yond the question of a doubt.
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The course pursued by Gen.
Chaffee in dealing with public
affairs in the Chinese Empire
appears to have given general
satisfaction to the American peo-
ple. He appears to be a very
careful and oautious officer, one
in whom implicit confidence can
be placed at all times.
Mahaoem of Mr. Bryan's Eas-
tern campaign committee claim
Ibhhvs discovered a Republioan
plot to capture West Virginia and
Ken tacky by a wholesale colo-
nisation plan, involving the re-
moval into those States from con-
tiguous commonwealths of thous-
ands of negroes, ostensibly to
work on railroads and other im-
portant work*, but in reality to
vote for MoKlnley. Already the
Demccratic national leaders are
taking steps to thwart this plot,
and the party workers in the two
States most affected have been
Let the tiger once taste hu-(
REMEMBER. THIS SALE LASTS BUT FIFTEEN DAYS.
Fi^urtil W».sh Luwhh,
Figured WbhIi Dimities, cords.
Figured Wash Batiste,
Figured Wash Organdies,
Figured Jacqusrd Swiss,
Figured WaBh Pineapple batiste,
Figured Dresden Jacouet
Fancy Stripe Lintu Batiets,
Fancy figured Foulard Noveltiet-i,
Fancy figured Nuns Veiling,
Fancy figured Corded Novelties.
Fancy figured and striped Crepo-
Fancy figured aud s'riped P. K.
White figured P. K.
White India Lawn,
White Victoria Litwu,
White wash organdies,
White French org*ndie«, 72 inches
White dotted Swigs,
White Itee stripe India lawns,
Light colored Pereulen,
Ladies' shirt waists, all liuJs ast>d.
Ladies' sleeveless ribbed vests,
Ladies' summer conets,
Ladles' sailors, all kind* assorted,
Ladies' trimmed hats,
Misses' trimmed hats,
Infants' embroidered and lawn caps,
Ladies' linen skirts, all kinds assd.
Ladies' white P. K. skirts.
BY OKDEJt OF OUR ME. S. P. MISTB0T WE WILL
LOSE SIGHT OF ALL PROFITS
AND SLAUGHTER FOf ^fiftefcn dats
You will need all your room by September 15th for
1 he hot weather is not over yet, and what you don't
make up and wear now
You Can Store Away for Future Use,
as it will certainly pay you.
A visit to Our Store will convince you of the fact
We are a little late, but never too late to do good.
I his will be our last sale on Summer Goods.
Beginning Friday August 17th
We will place on sale all our stock of Summer goods.
Hoys' knee pants, wash goods,
Boys' long pSnts, wash goods,
Men's wash pants,
Men's linen pants,
Boys' linen and crash suits,
Youth's 3-piece linen suits,
Men's linen crash suits,
Men's all pure linen saits,
Men's straw hats,
Boys' straw hats.
DREW SELBY k 60. AM OTHER MAKES
Ladies' lace oxford ties,
Ladies' strap sandals,
Ladies' Vienna button,
Misses and children's lace oxford
and strap sandals,
Men's lace oxfords in blaok anJ
SPECIAL FOB flFTEE* DATS M
Beady-made Table Linen,
Turkish Both Towels,
Beady-made pillo# cases,
Mistrot Brothers & Company,
BACK OF G1DDINGS & GIDDINGS BANK
ALL FOB BRYAN.
One of the most striking signa
of the coining Democratic land*
slide in this country is the nutn-
ber of influential newspapers
which formerly supported Mo-
Klnley and which are this year
giving their hearty support to
with all Its old-time
remarks the New
law of development,
did not set out with the
design of subverting the Roman
republic. Napoleon did not think
of a consulship tor life until he
bad made away with the direc-
not think of a crown
&Bfaad beeome first consul.
>y did not reach out for
his Chinese province until he had
tteo and his Philip*
Give him China and he
In New York, the World, which
supported Palmer and Buokner
four years ago, now espouses the
oauee of Bryan with telling force,
while the Herald and Evening
Post, though favorable to Mc
Kinley on minor issuss, are giv*
ing the Democratic ticket strong
support on the paramount issue
of imperialism. And the Journal,
whioh was a journalistic Infant in
1896, is now grown to be one of
the greatest newspapers in the
world and has never wavered in
its staunch support of Bryan.
of hypocraoy for
party, in view of
it in the
as it is riding
over the political
In Chicago, where the Demo-
cratic ticket , had no newspaper
support in 1896, there are now
three great dailies, the Chronicle,
the American and the Diepatch,
whioh are enthusiastically sup-
porting Bryan, and the Reoord
with the largest circulation in the
city, is warmly endorsing the
Democratic platform and taking
up the fight against imperialism.
In Baltimore the Sun, whioh
lays down the law and the gospel
for Maryland, was opposed to
Bryan in 1896, but this year the
Sun is giving the Democratio na
tional ticket and platform a loyal
support, which ensures Mary-
land's electoral vote for Bryan
The Indianapolis Sentinel wan-
dered off after strange gods in
1896, but this year it has return-
ed to its old faith and is out for
the Democratic ticket and plat-
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It will be of interest to the read-
era of the Bahnbb who use McEtiee's
Wine of Cardni iu their homes to
know that the sale of this remedy
has so increased during the past
year that the manufacturers have
again had to increase their capaoity
by the addition of at other large
building. It has often been said
that sn article that finds favor with
the ladies is sore to achieve great
suooess. No more sinking exam-
ple oould be fonnd than the history
of Wine of Oardui. Thousands of
testimonials have been reoeived as
to its merits, and tha manufacturers
will forward oopies of these favor'
able expressions to all who apply.
When tue siege or fan* oegan ana
festive little parties of overconfident"
inhabitants of the city swarmed into
the suburbs to see the French outposts,
there was among the latter a good deal
of rivalry In the trade of laying down
rags and tarpaulins for those civilian
sharpshooters who bought shots at a
franc a shot at the enemy's outposts.
Surgeon General Gordon, who repre-
sented the medical department of the
British army during the war. speaks,
In a bock ho wrote, of the French oat-
posts making as much as 40 or 60
francs a day each by crying out,
"Shots at the enemy—1 francl" hun-
dreds of their customers being women.
Ono village, soon to be ravaged by fire
and the sword, was like a fair, and the
sentries could not sell shots fast
enough, for a rich Paris tradesman
was standing by offering heavy money
prices for the civilian marksmen who
brought down Qerman sentries.—New
Now in stook the new and up-to-
date line of Wall Papers for tb»
season of 1899. New and dainty
designs, suitabls for any kind of a
WW*. New oolors in |n£radns, with
the latest designs in Borders and
Ceilings to matoh. The lugest
■took ever brought to Braaham
Wo* as low as any plaoe in the
A full stock of White Lead, Zinc
The St. Louis Republic doee
not believe that foreign nations
are likely to take kindly to Pres-
ident MoKinley's plan of warfare
which first whipe a nation out of
its boots and then gives it $20,'
000,000 to induce it to let go
something it does not possess.
It is said that doctors never
take their own medicines—yet
they usually profit by thsir own
A ntofcts rmn."
An X>ld Virginia gentleman arose to a
car the other day and with a great
flourish of his slouch hat offered his
seat to a beautiful and handsomely
"Take my seat, madam." be politely
requested. The lady demurred. "Take
my seat, I beg of you, madam," he In-
sisted. "I could not allow a lady to
stand, unless," be added under his
breath, "she was one of those women's
■ The lady bristled visibly. "I," she
said In a freezing tone—"I am a 'wom-
an's rights person.'"
Take my seat just the same, mad-
am," said the gallant old gentleman
smilingly. "Ton are too good looking
to be suspected of it if you hadn't con-
Santa Ft Specials.
ai£ ^Antonio, on mle
OtM. *7-8, good for return Sopt. 2t
^ nulroad w;il sell round trip
St Lows on September a7th to oc-
toberI inclusive; good to retarn to October
10. w one tare for the roand trip.
I 9-10, good for
[ return Septen ber 2$, one fart plua $ 2
The Santa Fe will sell roaad trfp tickets to
»d, Ve, on September 14 and n
return to September 28, at one iam
Santa Fe railroad will Sell
Kanaae (Sty at oneiarej
9 and lo, good to 1
Hon. W. J, Bryan
Hon. Adlai Stevenson
Following, ar« the nominees of the Demo-
craticpaity of Washington County as de-
cided by the primary election held March
<900, and to be voted lor at the gener-
al election to be held Tuesday, Nov. 6,1900
for Representative—47th JHatrlct.
SAM H. GOOD LETT
For Dtatrict Clerk.
A. M. KBOG.
For County Jodfe '
E. P. CURRY.
D, E. TEACUE.
For Count/ Attorney.
W. R. EWINO.
For County Work.
O. A. SB WARD.
for ratorn September 23, $S
i round trip.
Om To* Mmmy rat Sfaa.
"Hs, hat They served that fellow
right," exclaimed Mrs. Heapeck as ebe
flnished reading the report of a bigamy
A pistol is doubly dangerous
when the owner ia loaded.
"•jr • ■
In Cleveland, the old Demo*
cratic organ, the Plaindeaier,
which left the party in 1806,
back ia the rank* again support*
A, C, Daver ia dispoedng of
-What la It. my detrf asked 'fB*M mule8
husband. I horses at Ida stables south of the
"He was arrested and very prompt-1 jait In buying Texas raised
brjeHed beca.M he took one wife toe gtook yon run no risk of loses by
"Heavens! I wonder if they'll be | •°elimation fever. There are
aftarmenextr-PhUadelobla Presa (bargains in the lot for
[etook you keep Texas money in
_ j too, lind
more of a convenience than a
W« have every kind of daek to
R. H, BPRCW.
For Conamtaaloaer, Frseinet Ro »
SAVE TOUR MONET
If yon * mat to save much money %
TaWecuttfey.b^ta^ ' •
Ah/ays to bo had <
At the well known Bwae^-#.*. \
but the beet stall led
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 207, Ed. 1 Saturday, September 8, 1900, newspaper, September 8, 1900; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481636/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.