Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 261, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1895 Page: 3 of 8
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Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
There ore some men who have a
strong passion for self assertion. A
dominating overawing estimate of
their superior wisdom, or superior
power, which makes them impatient
of the rights and feelings of others.
They seem to say, "I am Sir Oracle,
when I o'pe my mouth let no dog
bark. I am right, just right, and
divergenge from me is the measure
of absurdity." These men will not
deny themselves the pleasure of dic-
tating opinions or controlling the
actions of other. It is needless to
say how much suffering and how
much bitter regret their want of the
sense of right and of self-denial
compellF. Friend remember, "soft
words turn away wrath." Rule
your spirit and be great.
To Steady the Nerves.
In a task to the accomplishment of which
narcotics and sedat;ves are inadequate. The
effect they produce is paralytic. They des-
troy sensation without benefitting the nerve..
Hosteler's Stomach Bitters, on the contrary,
strengthens and soothes the nervous sy-Lem.
Overwork and mental anxiety weaken and
relax it, and there is no mo- e reliable means
of bracing it and restoring rerve quietude,
than by reinforcing d'ge&tionjocd promoting
assimilation of the food—two effects always
consequent upon the use of the great sLom-
ahchic. Failing strength is recuperated, a
regular habit of body restored, and appetite
improved by the Bitters. Diseace must bt>
regarded as an exceedingly remo e possi-
bility by any one whose system has been
thus reinforced. Malarial disease, constipa-
tion, dyspepsia, rheumatism and kidney
troubles are overcame by and prevented by
this standard medicine, which has no peer
among Ameriean tonics, and is in constantly
increasing demand in Mexico, the West
Indes and South America.—28-5!
City Editor—"I am afraid, Mr.
Smarty, that you are neglecting your
work. Here you bring in a state-
ment that Mr. Windyguff had noth-
ing to say. How do you account
for it ? Reporter—"In this way:
When I arrived at the house he had
just died."—Minneapolis Times.
Old people who require medicine to regu-
late the bowels and kidneys will find the true
remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine
does not stimulate and contains no whiskey
nor other intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and
alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach
and bowels, adding strength and giving tone
to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the
performance of the functions. Electric Bit-
ters is an excellent appetizer and aids di-
Sistior.. Old People find it just exactly what
ey need. Price fifty cents per bottle at Jos.
Tristram's Drue Store,
Molton—"There's Col. Juleps in
a disgraceful state of intoxication
due to the best intentions in the
world." Merrier — "How's that?"
Molton—"You see, this morning he
made a resolution never to drink
again, and he felt so happy over the
resolution that he had to celebrate
Tme Atlanta Constitution says
that eincejthe expositson opened its
gates thousands of respectable col-
ored people have attended the big
show," and they have been as well
treated as their white neighbors.
This is a part of the programme-
Our exposition is national and inter-
national in its scope, and there is no
room in it for sectional or radical
discrimination. The whites of the
south are proud of the splendid
snowing made by the blacks at our
fair, and they are anxious to have
them enjoy the educational benefits
which are coneeoted with these ob-
ject lessons in art and industry.
An Important Office.
To properly fill its office and functions, it is.
important that the blood be pure. When it is
in such a condition, the body is almost cer-
tain to be healthy. A complaint at this time
is catarrh in some of its various forms. A
slight cold develops the disease in the head.
Droppings of corruption passing into the
lungs bnng on cousumption. The only wav
to cure this disease is to purify the blood.
The most obstinate cases of catarrh yield to
the medicinal powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla
as if by magic, simply because it reaches the
seat of the disease, and by purifying and
vitalizing the blood, removes tne cause. Not
only does Hood's Sarsaparilla do this but it
gives renewed vigor to the whole system,
making it possible for good health to reiga
R. A. John, Esq., chairman of the
county democracy of Williamson
county, and Hon. G. W. Ogasscock,
a recent coovert of populism, had
ad dltercation at Georgetown a few
days ago, but no serious damage re-
sulted. Politic^ the cause.
Two Lives Saved.
Mm. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction City,
111. was told by her doctors that she had con-
sumption and that there was no hope for her
tut two bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery completely cured her and she says it
saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 13O
Florida St. San Francisco, suffered from a
dreadful cold, approaching Consumption,
tried without result everything elso then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Dis-
covery and in two weeks was cured. He is
naturally thankful. It is such results, of
which these are samples, that prove the won-
derful etfecacy ot this medicine in Coughs
and Colds. Free triul bottle at Jos. Tris-
tram's Drug Store.
Bucklin's Arnica Salve.
The* Beat Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all ftkin eruptions, and positively
cures piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Joa. Tristram, the Druggist.
Papa, soberly—"That's quite a
monstrosity you had in the parlor
one evening." Grace, nettled—"In-
deed ! That must depend on one's
understanding of the term 'mon-
strosity'." , Papa, thoughtfully-
"Well, two heads upon one pair of
shoulders, for example."
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of moth-
ers for their children while teething, with per-
fect success. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain; cures wind colic,
and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Sold
by druggists in everv part of the world. Be
sure and ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" and take no other kind. Twenty-
ents a bottle.
Mrs. Wiggles—"That little Wat-
kyns boy was over here playing
with the children today, and he had
four different kinds of buttons on
his coat." Mr. Wiggles—"Yes; bis
father takes up the contribution at
the church."—Somerville Journal.
Do ITou Bat!
QOME and get a lot of Groceries for
a Small amount of Money
French and American Sardines.
Potted and Deviled Ham.
Lobsters and Oysters.
Pears, Yellow and White Peaches,
Egg Plume, Apricots, Etc.
We Sell Chase * Sanborn's Coffees and Tea.
OUR 3(Kcent Coffee now at 25-cents per pound.
OUR 75-ceut Tea now at 60-cents per pound.
A FULL Line of Fresh (Jbackeks and"Wafers just received;
Try Our "Tidal Wave Flour,"
Gruax'anteed the Best in the Market
Give Us a Call at an Barly Date
Telephone, Ho* 12.
Prompt attention to ail Orders
I HACKER & WITTBECKER
CHRISTMAS GOODS - - -
Finest Line Ever Brought to
To this City.___a_MMAL
-M-M -MM + +
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
FAMCY CHIN* AND 8USSWHE.
Buy and Sell Second-Hand Books.
Picture Frames Made to Order.,
Santa Fe Exou rslonRates.
The following are excursion
on the Santa Fe:
The Santa Fe will sell round trip
tickets to San Angelo for one fare on
Nov. 4, 5, 6 and 7, good to return on
Nov. 9; $6 for the round trip.
To Austin on Nov. 3, 4. 5 and 6,
limited to return on Nov. 8th for one
To Dallas Oct. 18th to Nov. 5th,good
to return until Nov. 5th, 16.40 for the
round trip. Limited for 8-days, $5.
to atlanta, oa.
Daily from September 13th to De-
cember 13th, '95. Return limit Jan-
uary 7th, 1896, $37.30.
September 14th to December 13th,
1895. Return limit 20 days from date
of sale, |27.35.
September 16th, 26th, October 6th,
16th, 26th, November 5th, 15th, 25th,
December 5th and 15th, '95. Return
limit 10 days from date of sale, $18.80
A pass-book, prood for $10 at J. H.
Quebe's in goods, which owner can
get by .calling at this office, proving
property and paying charges.
The first chapter iu a novel con-
tained the following: "And so the
fair girl continued to sit on the
biukIh, gazing upon the briny deep,
on whose heaving bosom the tall
ships went merrily by, heightened—
ab, who can tell with how much joy
and sorrow, and coal, emigrants, and
hopes, atM salt fish?''
We dispense Ice Cream Soda every
L. Z. Harrison, Mgr.
Xliti Speed of Electrlcny.
The speod of electricity undur the
most favorable conditions is now os
tablished to be 180,000 miles a see
ond. What this enormous speod inv
plies is somewhat dimly suggested
by an illustration recently used by
the eminent scientist Sir Robort
Bell. Suppose that a row of tele-
graph posts 35,000 milos lung wore
ereoted around tho earth at the
equator. Supposo that a wire wero
stretched upon these posts for this
circuit of 25,000 milos, and that then
another complete oircuit was taker
hy the same wire around the same
posts, and then another and yet an
other. In fact, lot the wire be wound
no fowor than seven timos complete-
ly about this great globe. Wo should
then find that an electrio signal sen*
into the wire at ono end would ao-
complish tho circuit in one second
of time.—St. Louis Globe-Democrat
Cures all troubles of the
Head and Throat.
Ulll I PIIDC Yon. First In-
VIILL IfUilt halation stops
tinued use effects
1 SURE cure.
highest medical au-
thoritiea of Europe
"TvJS. and America for
Hay Fever, Bron-
chitis, Ia GRIPPE.
The luoBt Refreshing
and Healthful aid to
Brings Sleep to tbe Sleepless. Cures Insomnia
and Nervous Prostration. Don't be fooled with worthless
imitations. Take only CUSHMAN'S. Price,OOc.atall
Druggists, or mailed free. Agents wanted. CUSHMAN'S
■ICMTUni Rill II produces wonderful cures ot'
mClllnUL DMLITl Rheum, Old Sores,
Cuts. Wounds, Burns, Frostbites. Excels all
other remedies for PILBS. Price 26c. at Druggists.
Book on Menthol free. Address Cushman Manu-
facturing Co.. No. 324 Dearborn Street,
(■•». BouSag), CHICAGO, or TWCISM8, I>D.
It is not
Need Money. llUMj
AT YOUR OWN FIGURES.
' A lovely com-
"plesion only Nature
can give. She gives a new,
clear and soft one to those who
use Dr. Hcbra's Viola Cream.
a paint or powder to cover defects. .
gett rid of thtm, by Nature's own pri
cess of renewing the vitality of the skin
banishing all roughness, redness, frecklc?,'
moles, pimplest blaclchcads, sunburn and
tan. It does this surtly and harmlessly, be-
cause naturally. Its use means both skin-
beauty and sun-health. Viola Skin-Soap
hastens the process, because it is a pure : '.id
delicate soap. It should be used in con-
nection with the Cream. It should be used
in tha nursery, too. Ordinary soaps arc net
fit for a baby's skin. Viola Cream, 50 cents.
Viola Skin-Soap, 25 cents. Sold by drug-
gists or sent by mail. Send to
g. c. BITTSER CO., TOLEDO, o.
MAIN STREET FURNITURE STORE,
Farmers ana Mien, Attention.
You can save money by keeping
on hand at all tttnes a liberal sup-
international Stock Food,
International Poultry Pood,
International Worm Powder,
Silver Pine Healing Oil.
The four great indispensable re-
quisites to the perfect health of
Stock and Poultry. For sale by
H. FISCHER, Sole Agent,
TEXAS STATE FAIR
J Dallas, Texas, Oct. IS to Nov. 3, I8B5—Low
Excursion Rates via the Santa
For the Texas State Fair and Dallas Ex-
position, which will open at Dallas on Oc-
tober 19th, and continuing up to and in
eluding November 3rd, the Santa Fe will sell
excursion tickets from all points on its line
to Dallas at one fare for the round trip
tickets to be limited to Nov. 5, 1895, for re-
In addition to tho above rate excursion
tickets, limited to three days from date of
issue, will be sold at one fare with a maxi-
mum rate of $5 from all stations wh;re the
single trip rate is greater than J6.
W. S. KKKNAN,
General Passenger Agent.
Having recently engaged In the Dairy
business; I am now prepared to fuiuinb
At reasonable rates. Patronage solicit-
ed. Prorrpt service.
JOHN FCLDKR, Proprietor
A GOOD THING!
PUSH IT ALONG!
Cures that dreadful feeling at Head
and Stomach with one re-
EFFERVESCES LIKE SODA WATER.
If you are Weak and Nervous, it
will cure you. If vou have been
OCT ALL N1GIIT it will straight-
en vou up. Two doses a dime.
CUSHMAN MANUFACTURING CO.
I klnfo, 111-, or Vtacraaw, Ia4.
Cushman's Menthol Balm
Is the safest, surest, and most reliable
AND OLD SORES
Corner Qnitman and St. Charles Sis.
Keeps on hand the very beet Liquors,
Wines and Cigars. Cold beer always cn
tap. Lunch and meals served at all houis
Courteous treatment. Patronage solicited,
Specially Recommended tor PILES. IV ■
i Quick to Relieve Pain and Reduce Inflammation,
I Guaranteed to give satisfaction; when vou ne«i f
an ointment be sure to get Cushman's Menthol
Balm. Do not accept anything else as being just |
| as good. This Balm Is the I^ugest ltox of Oint-
ment and the best on the market. , .
If you cannot get It of your druggist send 25c.
for one box by mail. Sold or all leadingdrugglsta.
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Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 261, Ed. 1 Friday, November 1, 1895, newspaper, November 1, 1895; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481936/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.