Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1885 Page: 4 of 4
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•' • fel «'»!
to be the best
the roadbed is dug
a layer of ooncrete
and many other
> tonics are required
ly from all
• its of the
properties; and altord*
Mr both nerve and muscle.
6 for $5.
qhfttter of a centaiy of the college
by many of oar ablest men, such
Dr. Walcott Cal-
, Dr. £yman Abbott, and the
tor of the Evangelist, this was
pronounced second to nine Of them,
and lor practical adaptation to the
young ladies the best. She illus-
trated her subject by Chadija, the
wife of Mohammed, who believed
in him when all men despised him,
and whose faith in him made him
what he became. Every one must
have his Chadija. There is need
oi faith in (iod, faith in self, and
faith in humanity. She would be
hopeful, and notpeseimistic. Mar
riage was not necessary tor a wo-
man ; she need not be simply a but-
tonhole bouquet to some man. If
is in one, it will come out»
on and you will succeed; The
she said, are more ra
portant than the boosted.
In looks Miss Cleveland reminds
one of Anna Dickinson, perhaps
because she wears her hair in the
same style. Tet there is nothing
mannish about her, and in private
she is rather too modest than other*
wise. Her voice is clear, and her
articulation distinct, making her a
a fine speaker.
Gordon W. Burnham, the million-
aire, who was to have married
Miss Kate Sanborn, a grand-niece
of Daniel Webster, ard a well
known author and lecturdK died
in New York on Wednesday last,
the day which had been fixed for
the celebration of the wedding.
Miss Sanborn is the daughter of
Dr. E. D. Sanborn, of St. JLouia,
who was for a long time professor
of belles-lettres in Dartmouth Col-
lege. The deceased was in his
eighty-second year, and had been
twice married. His last wife, with
whom Miss Sanborn was upon the
most intimate terms, died about
eighteen months age* Friday be-
his death be called in his at-
rney and added a codicil to his
leaving a handsome bequest
to Miss Sanborn, estimatedafcflSO,-
000. He was one ot the best known
of the millionaires in New York
. * but his
This is glased
With coal:tarfi©n |
which hvo-inch gumwootl Diooija
are set uprightly, with an ordinary
lath between the rows at the bot-
tom to separate them. This space
is filled part way up with coal-tar
and the remainder with sand grav-
el, which is rammed in compactly.
This pavement infirm, clastic and
apparently noiseiees, bat costly.
IF YOU WISH to have a act ot beautify
pearly white and sound teeth, don t boy
them from a dentiit, but take care of those
nature gave you by using ORtDONTO regu
larly. Only 60 cents a box, liquid ,and pow-
der, at Carleton & Ns»hV^ ^
What is the" "moaning or the
phrase "passing strango V' asked;
the teacher. "Shoving the queer/',
said the head boy.—Pittsburg
The Atlanta Constitution;
In a long article relating to the B, B. B., of
that city, says:
The Blood Balm Company started one
year ago with $162.00, bat to-day the busi-
ness cannot be bought for $50,000000
The demand and die satisfaction given is
said to be without a parallel, and it* action is; |
We are glad to announce that our drug-
fists have already secured a supply, an4 we
ope our readers will supply themselves af
It is said to be the only speedy and perma-
nent blqod poison rental^ bffcred, giving en-
tire satisfaction in all cases before on^bottl"
has been used. For Blood Diseases, Ktdnfc
troubles, Scrofiila, Catarrh, old' Ulcers and '
Skin Diseases, tiy one hottie ofB. B.B-
For sale by R. B. Luhn, Druggist.
..'.I,.- '■ i
A Georgia Man's Idea of It:
"Sweet Face in the Window"—,
Democrat selling stamps in the
DOB8 KOT eOHTAlN AMMffiU.
m mumrcuns m» MWfi* mm «mum
of a century It tea
THE IBTJFJW #«*.
PBICS BAKI»0 >0WBB»C«.,
* IMPROVES THE SKia
Fukon st., Mew York.
of OM of the rooit
tin the U.S.
rhere he reei
York "to live
years ago. He
t deal oi money
sented to the City of New York
thl statue of Daniel Welter,
which is now in Central Park.
" •'" ' ■ — ■
The Hebrew alhsnce, which was
founded in Paris in i860, and has
brandies in Europe, Asia and
America, is in a very flourishing,
condition, as disclosed at a recent
meeting of its members in this
country. Its objects are philan-
thropic and its work has been es-
pecially helpfhl to many of the
Hebrew nationality, oppressed by
speoial legislation and Suffering
under roligioufl persecution in
many lands. The alliance has 80,-
810 members, and its good work
has been particularly effective in
Boumania, Servia, Prussia and
Turkey. It has been a friend to
the suffering by famine, pestilence
and earthquake. It supports edu-
cational institutions, too; schools
and workshops lor 6800 boys and
2000 girls, employing 804 teach-
ers. It aids important Jewish
.tionfand sustains th
iT* jImi ■■ ""V-i., Ttl"!1 ■ 1 ■
a grant of 10,
.ncs by Ii. M Rothschild, in
London, and the founder left it a
legaoy of 60,000 francs. The libra-
ry has now 20,000 volumes free for
consultation. The alliance fhhual
dues are only $2 and both sexes
Educational item: A gentleman
who was visitijtg one of the public
ae&ools in a Texas town, asked a
ht-looking bey: "What profit
ere in the study ot ancient his-
tory ?" "About fifty cents, I reck-
on/' was the reply. "What!"
"Well, the teachcr makes us buy
the books of him, and we have to
Dr, Priertftrti Ftemiu Eitrsets,
Fw Ufht, HmI*** Bresdlba £•** Oty Mop
Ynst In th» Wqda.
FOR SALfe BV CHOCERS.
chicaoo. - ~ ier. touia.
LaHeUe •»« V1»b #«*■.
, jehn Ikxuro n
PLOWS * CULTIVATOBS,
* done to wfler.
Patronage seticited »nd
hs . ■ ■ ■
lfTn fm itimiiiTriiT
West Side of Square,
BRENHAM - - TEXAS.
selling stamps in
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in |
one minute. German Com .Re-
mover kills Corns and Bunions.
years old, and 0/ German origin.
The entire range wyfietary ,
cannot produce c prepan^n
joys mo high a reputation in thi community
where U it made as
The Bank ot Franco is said to
possess an ingeniously arranged
photographic studio concealed in I
a gallery behind its cashier, so,!
that a signal the portrait of a sus- jj
pected customer may be instantly
taken without his knowledge.
"HACKMETACK'-Ylasting and fragant
perfume. Price 26 and 50 C^its. Sold by
Carlton & Nash.
"The way to sleep," says* scien^
tist, "is to think of nothing," but
this is a mistake. The way to |
sleep is to think it is time , to get
PROFB^ TRBAWnSnP FOR COIOS8
That the reader may fully understand what
constitutes a good Congh and Lung Syru ,
we will say that Tar and ^ *-
basis of the best:
cacious, enter into
Lung Bpup, thus making it
reUaole now on the market
Price wets, and
"Sold by Carelton &
Miss Evelyn Ames, daughter of
Lieut-Gov. Ames, is regarded'by
people of musical culture as the
finest amateur pianist in Boston.
"For ttia immediate cure of female com-
plaints and derangements, English Female
Bitters is a decided anecesa."
DR. J. A. KENNEDY, OoSeevUle, Miss.
8ram> fifty cents for one bottle of Bailer's
Mme. Blstori owns a handsome
residence in Paris, another one in
London and still another in Bos-
A Cough or Cold, it not promptly attended
to, may result in an incurable lung disease.
For all diseases of the throsrt, breast and
lungs, bronchial ^ asthmatic affections,
lungs, bronchial or asthmatic altections,
MOKLEY'S TWO-BIT COUGH SYBUP Is
a pleasant and certain cure. It promotes ex-
the ulceration is
..,,^,1, restored to perfect
Ask (Jarleton & Nash for it, and
take none other.
It is the best remedy for Kidney and
IA*W Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Cramp in the Stomach, Indiges-
- JPLii^ As -
U Mm w equal. It tones tits
streiigthening, invigorating and
The late Judge H*m otIancasterCo.,P«., »n
sari kaa aeqsmA a gtttt reputation for medJ-
cUMlndeunttvBpioperttes. Ihaveoasd myself
andlnmyflunlly «erer»lbottleB,»n<l l am satis.
MI8HLBB HEBB BITTEB8 CO.,
Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup*ever Pails
Prince Orloff, formerly Russian
embassador in Pails, is afflicted
almost exactly as Gen. Grant is.
He has resigned his position and
gone back Russia.
' TheJFlorenee Nlghtningale of the Nursery.
The foUowing is an extract from a letter
written to the Gorman Reformed Messenger,
at CBuunbersbugh, at Penn.:.
Just open the door for her, and Mrs.
Wirtslow will prove the American Florence
Nightningale of tho Nursery. Of this we
are so sure that we will teaoh our "Susy" to
say, "A blessing on Mrs. WinsloV for help-
ing her to survive and escape the griping,
colicking and teething scige. MRS. WlN-
SLOW'S SOOTHING SYRtJP relieve the
child fromjiain aud cures dysintery and
diarrhoea. It softens the gum& reduces in-
flamation, cures wind colic and carries the
infant safely through the teething period.
It performs precisely what it professes to
perform, every part of it—nothing lass. We
have never seen Mrs. Winslow—know her
make her, i
physical saviour to the infiint race. So!
y all druggists. 26 oents a bottle.
"Ah Original Belle" is the title
of a story in «r exchange. She
probably never attended a skating
The only international street
car line in the world is the one con-
necting Paso del Norte, Mexico
with El Paso, Texas.
All common Colds. C01
Throat, and soreness of the whole system.
Asthma, tightness of the chest Headache,
and all other affeotiom ot the chest and
lungs, that would lead to serious difficulties,
are immediately relieved, and cufed in a few
days, and often in a few hours, by a few doses
of MORLE Y'S TWO-BIT OOUGHS YRUP.
Ask Carleton A Nash fertt. ■ v ; > '
ARE YOU MADE miserable by Indigos-
positive cure. Sold by Carlton & Nash.
President Cleveland has baited
the whisky ring at the right time
and in the right way.—Phiadel
phia Times, In
pay a dollar. I think he gets them
Mrs. James B. Beck, wife of the
Kentucky senator, is an exception-
BHILOH'e Core will immediately relievo
BfiH coug* * -"
Croup, Whooping Cough and Bronchitis.
Sold oy Carlton 4, "
he has a
comply with the re-
theacher to stay in af-
. "gi; The Sunny .
Let us be sunshiny i
have dyspepsia and hver complaint 1
sm ana several other ailments, how we !
we can. But if we
For Hoarseness, Whooping Cough. Spasm
Brown s Iron Bitters, and put
Mr*. Silver, of CentralaL, Mo., says,
Carleton & Nash.
Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia and it has
acted like a charm. Mrs. Setk Adams Wal-
worth, Wia^ took Brown's Iron Bitters for
and is greatly improvid."
Bnland to such an extent that old
Tories and old
ing disgusted with
Those who bold offices under
Cleveland will have to earn their
salaries, be they Bepublicans or
be they Democrats. — Cincinnati
tum of af-
fairs, and it is stated that most of
the latter not only intend t»re-
I they are asserting
>wing ones that
jo to .the dsmni-
i when they leeve
s a well-known fact,
do not ran ua-
l|y soared. . ,r
Joker" is the beat smok-
Senator Zeb Vance says that the
administration is working the busi-
ness of removals and appointments
about as they used to make soft
soap in old times in North Caro-
lina. The art of making good soft
soap consisted greatly in the way
in which it was stirred. The stir-
ring should be slow and easy—not
too fa«t and not too hard—but,
then, it must be kept going. He
thinks everybody will be satisfied
when the political soap is made,
although they may get a little
tired of waiting.
Did you Sup*
PURE LAGER BEER IN KEGSAND^
Boor ami Ice JXw««, SwMfr StW* Sa"ta Fe D«l»ot, _
tsr All orders taken for Beer ^nd ice promptly filled, v
(Formerly of Franlce.J.,hw AS^lhorSt HaqewsortoUi W. H«rry^Bro»:)
^ ' |f "g
Main, Street, Brenhain* Texas.
Has a very largo and complete stock ol
goods in his line and invites all who
de -ire to purchase to call and
examine his stock and prices.
Hois determined not to
Guns, Hunters' Supplies, Belt-
in^, ^ricultural Imple-
AU kinds' of Tinners', Gun
and Locksmiths' Work and
Repairing Promptly Ex-
ANT STREET, next door to
W.. II. VINSOJ}..
Offlce Ovor Oiddings ft
BRENHAM - - - - * TEXAS.
Do a General Insurance .Business. BjfeeW Inducements offered on Life, ®ndowment,
Insurance, and on long term fire Insurance on Dwellings and Contdnte. Rcp-
rcsents sotno of the largest and oldest companies in tho world, and arsMWly
prepared to Uta care of anyUne of good businesaat the lowest Iftq.
(Successor* to Frrnhe, Jahn St Seelhont.)
— DXAXJERS n —
Tin and Hollow-ware,
TTTE keep in store aftdl stock ofPainU, Oils, Varnish, H
IT ricultural Lnplements. Manufacturers of Fjre and
for the celebrated Haaard Powder Company, and Walked
irnishing Goods, Pumps of ail descriptions,^^«ooWng and
[ Wrouglit Iron Pipe and Steam Fittings, out and flt to
ne at short sotiaa. Guns and Hunters supplies; Guns,
notice. Iron doors and. window blinds made to order,
munition kept on hand. ' ' " ,
pose Mustang Liniment only good
for horses? It is for
tioa of all flesh.
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Rankin, John G. & Levin. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1885, newspaper, March 26, 1885; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth485707/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.