Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 40, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 23, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has hcen
«n use for over 30 years, has home the signature of
■r and has been made under his per-
sonal supervision since its Infancy.
Allow no one£o deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle withand endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. 5t is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels,; giving healthy and natural sleep.
The ObHdren's Panacea—The Mother's Frieud.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TM« CCNTAUR COM*
FEDERATION WOMEN.H CLUBS,
LOS A.NGBLES, MAY, 1902.
NO CHANGE OF OARS.
GRAND CANYON OF ARIZONA.
PETRIFIED FOREST, PUEBLO VILLAGES, KTU.
4IGI1LY INTERESTING, ILLUSTRATED LITERATURE,
72N CENTS POSTAGE
ft'. S. KEENAN, GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, GALVKSiON.
COTTON BELT ROUTE, J
Many miles the shortest line to
Texjirkana, Pine Bluff, Memphis.
Quickest time from Texas 10
Louisville and Cincinnati.
BEST ROUTE TO
Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, Birmingham, Wash-
ington, New York and Other Points*
Reclining Chair Cars, Parlor Cafe Oars, Pullman Sleeper*.
Information cheerfully furnished by^any Agent or
T. P. LITTLE,
P. A. Corsictma, Texas.
T. P. A. Waco, Texas.
D. M. MORGAN,
T. P, A. Fort Worth, Texas.
W. H. WEEKS.
G. P. & T. A. Tyler, TexRS.
PERFUMES FOR EVERY DAY
Lubin's, Duval's, Lautier'e, Grown Perfumery Co., Imperial,
Lftzell's, Easterman's, freeman's. Mill#r's, Colgate's
PERFUME ATOMIZERS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
A full line of Imported and Domestic Toilet pnd Medicinal
R. E. Luhn's DRUG STORE, Breita
Costs (My 25 cats at Druggists,
5 Or ■»!! 45 crata to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST.
The following marriage licenses
have been issued from the county
clerk's offioe for the week ending
April 21, 1902:
Frank Telfer and Annie Mor-
Henry C. Tieman and Hannah
Emory G. Brown and Mabel
Chas. Ross and RebecoaThom-
C. W. Pagel and Emma Etzel.
Fritz Oberhoff and Louis
The Key Fad.
"The latest fad la souvenirs comes
pretty hard on the hotel*," said the
proprietor of a Broadway hostelry.
"The proper thing now among the
girls Is to appropriate the key of
their room In each hotel visited. Trav-
eling across the country in the sum-
mer brings the summer girl to a num-
ber of different places and Christmas
shopping to the cities. A room key
abstracted from each hotel she visits
makes quite a good-sized collection at
the end of the campaign. Hung from
tho wall, each with its own particular
romance, they make a picturesque fea-
ture of milady's boudoir. But It's hard
on the hotels," he added as ho sent for
the locksmith.—New York Times.
Tho Homo of Mn. Gamp.
Perhaps nothiug makes one realize
more the extent to which London must
have changed during the past thirty
or forty years than the disappearance
one after another of Dickens' land-
marks. Take, for Instance, some of
tho recent demolitions which have
been brought about by the county
council's scheme for a Strand to Hoi-
born thoroughfare. Only a few weeks
ago the writer went to look once again
at the barber's shop In Klngsgate
street. High Holborn, over which Mrs.
Gamp was wont to dwell. The whole
of Klngsgate street has now dlsap-
HOME PROSPERITY, HAPPINESS.
Ranch than to any other paper. If you already own a home t will 1giv you
much valuable information for every department and materially assistyou in
every effort, and if you have no home it wil! prove invaluable In your effort to-
W"r The «aTAmerican farmer is the genuine aristocrat, the main stay of our
government and the hope of the nation. Any one who wears pantscan, call
himself a farmer and dig some sort of a living out of the earth, but it takes a
rial man, orient information and energy, to build a home worthy the name and
•tcure the prosperity and happiness that the American farmer is ent.t ed to.
Farm and Ranch is made for the man who has energy and ambition and
feel, himself entitled to a fair share of the blessings of this world, and backe
that belief with the determination to have them.
Farm and Ranch Is an educator. It is filled from Deg.rm.ng to end with
valuable and interests Information. Every article .a prepared by people who
have been successful, and relate actual experience. Every person who can read
and understand will profit by reading It regularly.
If you want to own a home, you need it; if you own a home, In c.ty or court-
trv it i« indisoensable. You need it and we want you to have It. Send us fifty
oen'te and we wHI^end you Farm and Ranch from now till January 1 1903. The
regular price is one dollar per year, but as we want you to knowr ofMU.great
value we wil) send It every week after receipt of your remittance till January 1,
iarw for onlv fifty cents. The sooner you begin the more you get for your mon-
ey 'it Is Vim full of good things; handsomely printed and beautifully .Hue.
v«»ed* clean, Interesting and inatructive. Write now, remit now.
clean, h pARM AN() RANCH> Dallas Texafc
Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
the Bowel Troubles ot
Children of Any Age.
Aids Digestion, Regulates
the Bowels, Strengthens
the Child and Makes
Cure- ttheumatlam or Catarrh In a Day-
B. B. E. botanic Blood Balm) cures the
worst and most stubborn cases by draining
the poison out of the blood and bonos, and
building up the broken down constitution.
Aches and pains in the bones or joints,
swollen elands, droppings in tho throat,
hawking, spitting or bad breath, etc , all dis-
appear promptly and permanently. B. B. B.
cures where all else fails. Druggists, $1.
Treatment of B. B. B. sent absolutely free
and prepaid by writing to Blood Balm Co.,
Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free med-
ical advice given until cured. B. B. B. outs
new color in your skin and makes the blood
redder and more nourishing, stopping all
aches and pains. Over 3ooo cures by B. B. B
General 8. B. Buckner has
presented Munfordville, Ky.,
with waterworks and his son-in-
law, Colonel Morris B. Belknap,
has given the city a marble foun-
tain made in Florence, Italy.
Better Than Fills.
The question has been asked, "In what
iv are Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets superior to pills 1" Our answer ia
They are easier and mora pleasant to take,
more mild and gentle in effect and more re-
liabte as they can always lie dependbd upon.
Then they cleanse and invigorate the stom-
ach and leave the bowels in a natural condi-
tion, while pills aro more harsh in effect and
their uso is often follower! by constipation.
For salo by R. J£. jLtthn.
The power of reason is a gift
from God which man should
oherish and strive to improve.
But reason without faith is vain,
though faith born of reason ia
"A neighbor ran in with a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea,
Remedy when my son was suffering with
severe cramps and was given up as beyond
hope by my regular physician, who stands
high in his profession. After administering
three doses of it, my son reguined conscious-
ness and recovered entirely within twenty-
four hours," says Mrs. Mary Haller, of Mt.
Crawford, Ya. This'reraedy is for sale by R.
Mrs. McKinley's condition re-
mains about the same. She goes
out driving frequently and visits
the cemetery every day that the
weather will permit.
Good far Rheumatism.
Last lall I was taken with a very severe
attack of muscular rheumatism which earned
me great pain and annoyance. After trying
several prescriptions and rheumatic cures, I
dectded to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
which I had seen advertised in the South
Jerseyman. After two applications of this
Remedy I was much better, and after using
ojju Dottle, was completely cured.—Sallie
Harris, Salem, N. J. Sold by R. E. Luhn.
The Chinese court has been
rehabilitated by making the
clothes of the common people a
Bears the /j 1 ^ Kind Von Have Always Bought
«rith oar baby
Later it wm
that at* ron>j[i
!i;! t P . Ct - -
** tak* alt ia rn'ommendla# it t*oar friends instead of tba borrid ituff that to many people qm to their
uabj 11AKTW&LL AYER, (Manager Daily Times aui \\ i*kly Ttmee-i
_ i dan«erc
__ _ ■_ 1 toothing tyrupt, that we have come to regard it. after nae with three
L ihYuee*«aitt«s whan there It anew baby in the hoar* and until the teething troabies are orer, and
. - . - -- - - -th- horrid stuff that to manr mottle ate lo keep tbr -
Jpoa the n?e of draffs and I
Belgium is the hotbed of an-
archy, and it is the scene of some
of the most bloody and disgrace-
To Cure Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
Sour Stomach or heart burn, ^take Rex Dys-
pepsia Tablet* All druggets are author-
ised to refund the money if they fail to
cure. Price sOc per package.
Mayor Harrison says the pov-
erty of Chicago will become des-
titute in another year and wants
to issue more bonds.
Try Chamberlain's Liver and Stomach
Tablets, the best physic For na'e by R E.
If that South Africa war ends
before the coronation England
will develop herself in a cloud of
A Mf < l fiffitr* it liifteimr-
atbta from a love of tho beautiful*
The (rent*©f the heliotrope, violet or rote ai«
as preehmsi a* tfw lovuly !U>\ver* w hose breath
they arc, and white th«* Hve* of thnvers ar« brief
antf wp can only enjoy thoM lor a «ii\y, _th®
besiivtliol woman jfwfs ibe w her ua
jrmnoc to us as a permanent Wetting, The s wu t,
; eathof the i»nh< ■ 1 Mvaol mnucunca
mul beAtth -the soft IraKpa'nO* of ;» beautiful
woman lo the m-hv^s inirlty, health ami
elegance; the Is tjw ntfuunuent of civlH/.atlonj
the l« In.lh-atlvv . f a dc-fr lo pleas#, on Index of
good taste, and ail unerring bad** ut gankfllty.
(n regulsting tajwo lunar neriod* |r« \vom«m, per
mit of no wrinkles, pwtc eneekN, tortunni nerves
and shapeless figures. It Is certain, aura and
safe, it It Nremedy,and t here it nomich
thing as cheating nature, i'!»*. may
offer ton*# other remedy and call it "Just us good
thns deceiving the purchaser; but the menstrual
organs will not he deceived by It, a permanent
injury It often the result.
i Try our Regulator• Of all druggiata. f 1.00.
I Our Treatise on Women maik tl free.
I THE BRADFtCLD REGULATOR CO
I ATLANTA, GA.
A word of cheer cot.ts nothing
but is beyond price.
Itle»filn|f llio Hlver Ncv.i.
If the present moderate weather con-
tinues in Russia tho Ice in the Hlver
Neva will soon break up, and there-
upon will occur the blessing of tho
river, an annual event ot national Im-
portance to Russia,
On the day when the river first
shows signs of being released from its
winter bonds, the solemn ceremony of
blessing the waters Is performed by
tho high dignitaries of the Greek
Church, In the presence of the Czar.
The ceremony takes place at St.. Peters-
burg, opposite the Winter Palace of
tho-Czar, In a pavilion decorated with
On the pavilion platform aro as-
sembled the high officials of state, and
below the steps, in two lines facing
eacb.other, appear the Hessian priests
In their splendid vestments.
Tho average number of days dur-
ing which navigation Is possible is
218, the loast 172, and the greatest 279,
Recently ice breakiug vessela lciv.
A Valuable Medicine for Cough* »>i<l Cold*
"I have not the .lightest hesitancy in.
recommending Cbamborlnin's Cough Reme-
dy to *11 who are suffering from coughs or
colds," says Chan. M. Cramer, Eeq., a well-
known watch maker of Colombo, Ceylon.
"It has been some two yeara sinco the City
Dispensary first called my attention to this
valuable medicine and I have repeatedly
used it and it has always been beneficial, it
has cured ino quickly of all chest colds. It
is especially eilectivo for children and seldom
takes more than one bottle to cure them of
hoarseness. I have persuaded many to try
this valuable medicine, and they are alias
well pleased as myself over tho results " For
sale by 11. E. Luhn.
Henry M. Flagler has had
built in his new home at Palm
Beaoh, Fla., the largest pipe
organ ever placed in a private
house in this oonntry.
The Fairest Offer Ever Make
To any one suffering with dyspepsia, indi-
gestion, sour stomach, heartburn, take Ro*
Dyspepsia Tablets. All druggists are au-
thorized by the manufacturers to refund the
money in any case they fail to cure. Price
60c per package. Remember the name-
Rex Dyspepsia Tablets.
Andrew Carnegie has succeed-
ed in boosting his library record
up to thirty-eight endowments
in a single day.
Boars the _;} V°" Hate Always Bought
Old Home of LongfeUow.
The Maine Historical Society,
which is to occupy tho Longfellow
home in Portland, is about to build n,
120,000 fire proof building in the gar-
den at the rear of tho house.
Heaviest Bird That Flle».
The gray buzzard ia said to be tho
heaviest bird that flies, the young
males, when food la plentiful, weigh-
ing nearly forty pounds. Tho bird ia
Pineapple at Singapore.
The price of pineapples at Singapore
varies from a farthing to a penny
apiece. There was a time when fif-
teen could be bought for a penny.
? Daughter's Health.
> ' Alt honor to woman t to her It It given
!To garden the earth with the roses ot
Your danghtnr i* the briahtont ornurawnt of
yonr hom*; mm to it that W in in the b«-t
roaalhlo health, thut nh«» may attain the hitf*'
ent de*eloiiru«nt and r^rf»*:t ion of womanhood
Bear in mind that a wreak and frail «irl-llfo, It
continued, leads to an inoomplete and unsat-
isfactory woman-life. Ho much of woman'*
happinetw and n*efi
depmid* upon wo
manly health—structural and functional r.
fection of the part* especially concerns!
maternity, that it ia a uuctalce, asm thut ma»
even curae Keimrationa yet unborn, to nealect
any departure from womanly perfection. Small
ai la should bert«hte<l before they become b»#
"ties: do nex *Ilow little llfei to develop Into
"My daughter suffered with nervous spell*,
bearing down paios and backache during her
monthly periods. G. F. P. cured her. It is th^
best remedy I ever saw for joun^ girls.' —Mm.
Mary Fl Bene«, Beulah, Ala.
O. F. P.—Oeretle's Female Panacea, cures
irregular, scanty, t/»o t rofuse and painful
monthly periods; ntorine and ovarian lrritn
tions; ulcers, displaeemeaU and falling ot the
womb: whites and all nnnatural dischargee;
fri*ldtty, barrsuiw-vj and all Impediments to
maternity s al#o all associate wilments of the
private organs of women. At all sta«fM of men
strwl life, Irom buddin« wumanhofxl until
alter the changes th;»t end si#ecial womnoly
'te beet friend of and remedy
It* use strengthens all wo-
fuactions. It is the best frlen>
manly organs, regulate* and renders natural
allaBioalfunctionM. It ieeolo at drug i«tor«»»
for IIjQO a bottle Buy it. try it. and yon will
And thiaee statement* are troa, for it Is reiia-
bia and will not disappoint.
All MIm wfcs us mH prffsHly rtgrlrt aad well la a
wasisaly way ahseM wrMs to the laA*' HssJt* flih,
«ere -f L <*r»tI* * CV-. ( haltsasova. Teas., f»r frss
■idtssl adTks aal UutrsetlM.
- i»i ii.ii m i
Sale of Stands.
The following stands or privi*
leges for the forthcoming Mai-
fest will be disponed of to the
highest 1 idder on May 0th, at 5
1. loe Cream.
2. Fruit and Confectionary.
4. Milk vShake.
5. Chili and tamnlpu.
G. Target gallery.
7. Blue Rock gallery,
8. Hobby Horse.
10. Photo gallery.
It. Hat and Cloak,
12. Boot Black.
13. Doll Babies.
I. H. Simon,
L. F. Ohassmuck,
J. W. Davis,
1 night Htaml»ril oil ami Won.
lhuii Andres, a retailer of oil, haa
ot' the Standard Oil Company to rout
n I. fferatmville, Ind. He used to buy
ill ? supplies from th« Rockefeller cou-
c.nri;, but lately changed to an Inde-
pendent company in Louiaville. Then
the Standard proceeded to ruin him ill
the usual way—cutting price* below
the profit line—but the citizens stood
by him, preferring to pay the higher
flguri!. He charged 10 cants a gallon,
ihotigh the Standard vainly offered It
it half the price.
OertuAii I in in Ik rut I on>
Statlfltlclans haw generally divided
tlu> (jmraan immigration Into two pe-
rloilH, tho decade from i860 to 1870 be-
itu; th>.> transition stage. In the llrst
period, from 1815 to 1860, not a year
passed but men of the higher classes,
dissatisfied or tormented politicians,
came from Germany. They wero es-
pecially numerous from ISliO to 1848.
Sitae 1860, on the other hand, there
lutve been few political exiles among
CAS sOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hav Always Boipl
Increased production always
follows the advance of prices of
the necessities of life. The cost
of living will tie choaper a few
•'aoo's COt'NfltT "
"l.*N» OK sUXftHlNK."
"THIS (tOLIIKff WSHT."
(One way) In ©fleet from
March 1 to April ."10, in-
t'luHive. I'ltrouRli Tourist
Sleeper every Thursdav
Tickets on sale daily
General Confederation of
Women Clubs, Los Angeles.
The Hanta Fe declared tlio oN
licial route. Round trip tick-
ets on sa'o April 22 to 27, inc.
No change of ears. Pull-
man sleepers through to L m
It you wish to seo Uie won-
droo* rock forniatioiiH nf Now
Mexico, the Ownwh Diablo,
I'netilo village l»(,'viii». and tho
unique civilization mid Kietiie
grandeur of the west, travel
I , terns ting Illustrated Lit-
ei itvire, Hli' postsgc
W. S. KKENAN,
(iKSI'li.U. I'ASSl MiKK A OK V t .
Ofcivwton, r< \as.
A NEW FAST TRAIN
lletwupu St. Lou I a ami Kunans City and
And princtpal polnttt In Texan net the South-
wri»t. TUIa train li mMV throughout *ml la
mod* up Of the fluent ,«iuii»niBDt. provided
and all other modern
?m. It runs via our now
with electric Ufflita
Red River Division.
I'.vory appllant.ie knowu to moilnrn car
ImlldlUK and raUri»i<linK has been employed
In the make-up of thin service, including
Cafe Observation Cars,
under the management of l*'red. Harvey.
Pull information as to rates and all detail* of
a trip via this now route wilt b« cheerfully
furnished, upon application, by any repre-
sentative of the
O. SO HA WE" & SON
loiultjtMi'li'ix in Hit' city tor
; Glassware, Lamps,
(Jranitovvaro, QiHietiHwnrc, and ovcrything in our lim*
is first class iiiitl iiji-to-tlftto.
A full supply of fresh Family tliwries kvpt ill stock.
ttTK ice delivery to any part of the t'ity-
W. A. WOOD & CO, i
Complete Building Material.
McMullen Poultry Netting and
Waukegan Barb Wire- Red Spool
Brenham, Texas j
Common law marriage holtlw
good in 8fc. Louis in a case of a
disposition of 8250,000.
To Cure Malaria in Four Days,
Take Qulnoria. All druggists are uuUkc-
ized to refund the money In any cm» of
chill#, fever or malaria it fails to euro. Vrice
60c per package.
There's room for everybody in
this world, but wa can't *tt
To Cure Chills^or Malaria in 4 Days,
Take Quinoria. All drug^ista are au-
thorized to refund tho money in any case of
chills, fever or malaria it fails to cure
Price 5OC per package.
Mealy, American citizen, re-
leased at Monterey, will claim
Boa™ the /) '■VJ KllM' Haw Always Bought
Mormons are expelled from
Germany as undesirable charac-
Carlisle & Co.,
6nn'i Insuranoe Agents,
it milium, Texas
Office: OTer tfrahcrM Jewelry 8t«'e
littKNlUM AOltNT fOR
Waldorf CI11I1 Rm Whiskey,
The purest and best Whinkoy in the mar-
ket. All orders addrened to A. HULOI K
lircnharn, Texas, will receive prompt amn-
ion, and satisfaction guaranteed.
-DE A I. US IS
Full stock, all sizes.
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, lie
At the Paint fifore,
E, ROUSE, Proprietor,
West Sandy Street.
lire 11 ham, Texas.
dky goods, clothing
Hats, Boots and Slioi-s.
GO TO THE
A Fine Stock of
Choice Family tiroecrles
t AtwayH on hand.
Til WORK, BATH TUBS, CISTERNS.
vwouk a spccialt*
All Work Bone with Neatness and Olsoitr^
AMD PUUV OIJAKAN7IVD
Hole A^'Yits for Lone Star Brcwiuff to, j m/l
SANTA FE SALOON
o,.po<1ir Onion Depot, Ilrenhkia. Tnu.
Open da; asd Hot and Culd lunc'
Fish and Oysters served to order at all hear*
The best Liquors and Cigars in the city. K'
better r/nce in town to get what you wan
«4ib. A¥»uuaj» Hail always oc up
ACIHTirO* T*AOU«*» OOUOH CUItt. j - -
W U. MUBPBT. MUnaeer. KESoLlNGt
B RENHAM TEXAS
The nea^st and beat market in mty.
The beat meat* of all kinda aold ac rea«
Aghast MirW Plica Paid for Fat Cattli
Hogs aad Sheep,
All kind* c4 8*n*«gu kept 00 hand . -
made to oeder. Free delivery ir. <nt>.
vitro naitc ao!i«itod and natisfacttou
guaranteed. "PhOQ 47, 2 'ir'Cr
H Igiioaftt Maurkrt Prlco Paid for
WM. SOSNKNBKR6: Prop.
Fioust fines. Lipors aid Cirars, Elc
In the* City*
Special attention given to ShortlOrders.
r»tr<>nas:<»aoHeited an !
1 ./ileed. Give rap a call.
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