Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 79, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 1, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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BRENflAM DAILY BANNER.
JOHN Q. RANKIN,;
Editor, Publisher ud PtopriMoi
WEDNESDAY MQBNING, APRIL 1,1903,
The crowds of Berlin people
who recently visited the ceme-
teries to decorate the graves of
those killed in the rioting1 of 1848
were met by a policeman at the
gate, who, "with a pair of shears,
clipped from wreathe ribbons on
which objectionable inscriptions
had been put.
The Cuban reciprocity treaty,
which was "ratified" by the
United States senate at an extra
session called to enable the Re-
publican party's pledges to be
carried out, is standing on the
brink of oblivion. In the first
place, the convention can not
become effective until it hss been
approved by the American con
gress, and this body will not
meet until next December ynless
called ia extra session by the
president. A majority of the
foreign relations committee of
the Cuban senate made a report
on Friday in favor of approving
all the amendments adopted by
the United States senate. It-
contains a provision, however,
requiring the adoption of the
treaty by the United States con-
gress before December 1. Secre-
tary Hay has sent a waroing to
the Cuban government that the
sligheet amendment of the treaty
certainly would defeat it, since
any amendments must be sub-
mitted to the American senate,
and before this body shall meet
again the date fixed for the final
exchange of ratifications, March
31, will have passed.
People who know a thing or
two pricked up their ears when
that renowned "corporationist,"
the Hon. Stephen B. Elkins,
senator from West Virginia, in-
troduced a bill in the United
States senate to prohibit railroads
from giving rebates to shippers.
It was announced that this bill
was a part of the administration's
"anti-trust" program. What
was the business coming to when
old Steve Elkins was put down
for one of the numbers on an
anti-trust program? But after
the Elkins bill was passed it
proved to be a measure to make
the railroads charge the full rates
for all freight aiyi passengers
with nothing thrown in for good
measure. Now it develops that
the Elkins act was drafted by A.
J. Cassatt, president of the Penn-
sylvania Railroad; Paul Mor-
ton, second vice president of the
Santa Fe, and^E. D. Kenna, first
vice president and general coun-
sel of the same road. It is true
that rebates should be prohibited,
because#they in effect penalize
the email shipper for the benefit
of the big one, "but the Elkins bill
THE HARD AND HEART,
Collier's Weekly last week had
a splendid editorial on two char-
acters that are now before the
American people seeking a name
and place other than finan-
cial wizards, The two dealt with
were Carnegie and Rockefeller.
It is claimed that Rookef°ller
held that the world needed sym-
pathy more than financial help,
while Carnegie acted on the line
that it needed cold dollars rather
than sympathy. While both men
were making every effort to build
for them a name as philanthro-
pists and benefactors, both of
them were conspicuous failures.
While they had done much in
their line, both were viewed in-
differently by the public, if not
despised. Carnegie was cold and
cilculated in his gifts. While
they were princely not the lea'st
sentiment was stirred by them
and the gifts lacked the demon-
stration of a kindly heart
Rockefeller was generous in his
sympathy, but withheld the hand
that should be hblpful and sym-
pathetic at the same time. As a
consequence both men were des-
pized by the great masses that
saw through the shame. The
article truly presented the failure
of these two men as public bene-
factors and illustrated the
thought of a pure and higher life
which must not only be helpful
and sympathetic but generous.
The heart must be in the work
backed by the hand. In all life's
work to be successful and secure
the praise of men the hand and
heart must work together, and
that sympathy without material
help was a sham, and princely
giving without the warm heart
throbs or evidences of loving
kindness and generosity was
worse than failure and left the
world unsatisfied both as to giver
and recipient. — Gonzales En-
Physicians prescriptions carefully
filled, day and night, by a competent
pharmacetist, at Tristram's Drug
It is claimed Chamberlain
not accept a peerage.
FOB OVER SIXTY TEAKS.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for oter sixty years by mil-
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success.
It soothes the child, softens the gums,
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea; it
Will relieve the poor little sufferer im-
mediately. Sold by druggists in every
part of the world." Be sure and ask
for "Mrs. Winslow 's Soothing Syrup"
and take no other kind. Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
It is said Admiral Keppel of
the British navy, aged 93, is to
take a bride of 23.
Men familiar with the workings
of the steel trust predict a change
simply means that the railroads in its presidency.
decided that they wanted a legal! th<J c*mgh au<Tworiu oir tneooia
Tli« Bent Prescription for Malaria,
Chills and Fever is a bottle of
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is
simply iron and quinine in a taste-
less form. No cure, no pay. 50 cts.
excuse for refusing all forms of
How's This J
We ofler One Hundred Dollars Kewarn
for wjv c«*e of C&torrh that cannot be cared
by HalPs Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENBY & CO., Props.
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablet,
cure a cold in one day. No Cures
No Pay. Price, 25 cents.
him perfectly honorable in all business trans-
action*, and financially able to carry
any obS^ation maoe by their firm.
President Roosevelt may
have to call an extra session of
| congress to extract the "jokers"
w«. fc. to. taSK** trom ,he Cuban treaty.
Cheney for the laet 15 year*, and believe .
* " *---J— *— Nothing so thoroughly removes
disease germs from the system as
, - | . Prickly Ash Bitters. It gives life
fWholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. *ad action to the torpid liver,
WtiniMfl, K inn an & Martin, j strengthens and assists the kidneys
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O j properlv cleanse the blood, gives
surfaces of the system. Pri« 75c per bottle | bowels, an^foromotes good appe-
Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials free. tite. vigor arjd cheerft
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Dispatch from London
the British government
may buy its own consols in or-
der to restore the national credit.
In other words, John Bull will
bull the market.
by Jos. Tristram.
i—"Joe Bailey" the fat steer
that was recently purchased at
Fort Worth af the rate of fifteen
cents a pound, has changed
hands again at Santone, bring-
ing the enormous price of $500.
If you would liave health
and energy iu hot weather
you should see to it in the
early Spring that your blood
is pure and vital organs
strong and active.
IS THE GREATEST
The efficacy of this remedy
in purifying the blood and
putting the system in order
is without a parallel in the
medical world. So thorough
and far-reaching is it that it
carries its great cleansing
and regulating influence to
every part of the body, cast-
ing ont impurities that have
resulted from Winter diet,
purifying the bowels,
strengthening the kidneys,
liver and stomach, and pre-
paring the entire body to
resist the disease germs
which come with warm
weather, Those who use
this great purifier during
the Spring months will
stand the heat better and be
free from the debilitating
ailments which invariably
attack the body that is
clogged up with impurities.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY JOS. TRISTRAM.
Appendicitis It Old.
M. Lannelongue has communicated
to the Paris Academy of Sciences a
long history of appendicitis, which
shows that the disease is not a new
one. The author exhibited an Egyp-
tian mummy of a young woman of the
eleyenti. dynasty which showed every
indication that death was due to dis-
ease having its origin in a diseased
—For some time the rumor hap
been going the rounds that John
D. Rockefeller had given $20,-
000 to the Wily University of
Marshall. President Dogan, of
the University, however, knows
nothing about the matter, and as
he ought to know, his statement
should kill the rumor.
—The merchants along the Red
River as far up as Paris have
finally secured an independent
steamboat to make trips up the
stream and take back farm pro-
ducts. The boat has already
made one trip.
V 1 ' ' 1" * 1
Our large sales guarantee
freshness, our name purity of
the drugs we sell. Two gradu-
ates of pharmacy attend to the
Jos. Tristram, Druggist.
Fine Wines, Whiskies*
Fancy Drinks, Cigare and To-
ftacco, Pool Boom*
Restaurant in Connection.
Fish and Oysters Served in all Styles
at all Hours.
Regular Meals and Short
—The furniture factory at
Pittsburg, which has been closed
down for some time, will resume
operations in a week or so.
» ♦—♦ -
The railroad situation in the
Louisiana [flooded district is pre-
carious, while the Mississippi
Valley road, on the other side of
the river, must suspend.
The first regularr quarterly
meeting of Washington Camp
No. 239, U. C. V., will take place
at the Banner business office on
Saturday, April 4th, 1903, at 2 p.
m. As the election of delegates
to the National reunion at New
Orleans will take place, a full
attendance is requested. Com-
mittee appointed on San Jacinto
celebration are expected to be
present and able to report.
Members of Brenham Tom *
Green Chapter are invited to at-
tend this meeting.
By order of
John G. Rankin,
R. S. Booker,
The neatest and best market in oit
The best meats of all kinds sold at reas-
Ugliest Market Price Paid for Fit Cattle
Hogs and Sheep.
All kinds of Sausage kept on hand or
made to order. Free delivery in city.
Patronage solicited /and satisfaction
guaranteed. *'Phon 47, a rings.
A. KESSLINQ' Proprietor.
Carlisle & Co.,
Gen'l InsDpanoe Agents,
Office Orer Grnber's Jewelry Btoi e
Iff C. HENDERSON,
Money ani Conlor-at-Uv
Licensed and will practice in all State and
B RUN HAM, TEX/! S.
Cure* Khnnmatism and Catarrh.
cine* Sent Free.
Ttese two diseates are the result of ttn aw-
ful poisoned condition of the blooi. If you
have aching joints and back, shoulder
blades, bone paips, crippled hands, legs or
feet, swollen muscles, shifting, sharp biting
pains, and that tirtd, discouraged feeling of
rheumatism, or the hawking, spittng, blurred
eyesight, deafness, sick stomach, headache,
noises in the head, mucous throat discharges,
decaying teeth, bad breath, belching gas of
catarrh, take Botanic Blot d Balm (B B. B.),
It kills the poison in the blood wh eh rauses
these awful symptoms, giving a pure, healthy-
blood supply to the joints and mucous mem-
branes, and mak'is a perfect cure of the wbrst
rheumatism or foulest catarrh. Cures
where all else fails. Blood Ba'm (B. B. B.)
is composed of ptire Botanic ingredients,
gnr<d for weak kidneys. Improves the di-
gestion, cares dyspepsia. A perfect tonic
for old folks by giving them ntw, rich, pure
blood. Thoroughly tested for thirty years.
Druggists, $1 per "large bottle, with com-
plete directions for home cure. Sample
free and prepaid by writing Blood Bairn Co.,
Atlanta, 6a. Describe trouble and special
free iredical advice sent in sealed letter.
DR. T. J. PIER,
Physician and Subgeon.
_ , Office in Bassett building, opposite
Exchange Hotel. Phone 83.
Dr. Emily Shedd,
Office Hours: 3 to 6 p. m.
Office on Sontbwest Street, at residence o
Miss Julia Roberson.
B, S. ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in all the Courts of the State.
Office—Second Floor Graber Building
—H. L Hargrove, principal of
the English department of the
University, of Florida, has been
chosen to succeed Prof. A. J.
Ritchie at Baylor University at
Waco. Prof. Ritchie resigned as
head of the English department
a few days ago.
GROVE'S BLACK BOOT LIVER PILLS.
Made from an active principle ob-
tained from Black Root. They act
on the liver equal to calomel and
leave no bad after effects. No
griping, no sick stomach. Will cure
chronic constipation. Price, 25cts.
—In vicinity of Sulphur
Springe the late froet has injur-
ed 700 arce9 cf the tubers.
Not boing physically able to do justice to
a general practice, I have decided to do only
an office practice. Morphine, Whiskey,
Cocaine, Tobacco and Rupture, also private-
diseases of men, as well as all female diseases.
A cure guaranteed in every case where pa-
tients will strictly follow directions. Consul-
tation trek. J. 8. HOLLAND, M. D.
HOUSTON & 1EXA8 CENTRAL,
To go into effect Feb. 15, 1903, at
12:01 a. m.:
West bound. l^.'p- m.
" 8:40 a.m.
East bound 3:13 p. in.
" 1:30 a. m
GO TO THE
Ar® operated by the
North and East
North and West
Observation cafe cars, under the
management of Fred Harvey. Equip-
ment of the latest and best design.
Santa ITe Saloon
—ed. J3L 3vt
Opposite Union Depot, Brenham, Tents.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Hot ancl cold lunch. Fish and 'Oysters
served to order at all hour?. Best Liquors
and Cigars in the city. No better place in
town to get what you want. American Beer
always on tap. Agent for Teague's Cough
W. H. MURPHY, Manager.
RICHARD BARKER, Proprietor.
Located one mile North of city. Phone 115.
Pure products and prompt service
gnarnteed. Patronage solicited.
For Your >
m WORK, BATH TUBS, CISTERNS.
' PLUM8INO AMD
RIPAIR WORK A aPICIALTV.
il! Work Done with Neatness and Dismtcb
and fullv ouaramtiid.
WM. S. VINSON,
1* Prepared to Look After the Sanitary
Condition of Your Premises,
Prompt Attention Given to ill Notices.
Four small oottages on Vuloan
and Rippetoe streets. Prices
from $600 to $1,000. Apply at
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