Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 21, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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" ho Kind You Have Always Bought, and wlileh lias been
«» '!•■ > for over 30 years, lias lionio tlic signature of
in ■- and lias been made wilder His per-
soual supervision since its infancy,
'■'wry <■ CAM4 Allow no nno^o deceive you in tiiis.
VII C'oHnlerfelts, Imitations and " Just-as-good*'* are but
}jx;)ei'inients Hint trifle with and endanger tlic health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoriu is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-
goric, l>rop* and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Us age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays i\ kcrisliuess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troul>les, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Howcis, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend.
CENUSNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
8n Use For Over 30 Years.
*NC CCNTAU* COMPANY, TT MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK C»TY.
<3^ A. 3C..^K^a MHkt. 3C.3fc.3fc
Our New FALL Stock Has
Wehavo a small lot of very old Liquor? and Wines, some that has laid
in Brenham for 10 to 1«J years. I cing old when imported, which we now
offer below first cost. '! ho following is a partial list:
J. & F. Kartell's Three-Star Cognag at $1 5° P<-*r
Dupree, Freres & Go's Two-Star Cognac at 1 25 per »ott e
Arae, Tarville 1' Co's Two Star Cognac at I per bottle
Malveaux Frirea' Two-Star Oagnac at . ■ 1 Ijj P©r bottle
Grande Chartreuse, L. Garnier, at 2 5O per Jot tie
Hochstadter*8 Creme do Mentbe at 1 25 per bottle
Hoehstadter's Weichaelgeist at.....* 1 00 per-bottle
Noidhauser Korn Braotwein at 1 00 per bottle
Stockholm Arracks Punch, C. A. L. & Co, at 1 00 per bottle
Leip/iger Biirgunder Wein bitters at 1 00 per bottle
California Melnik Burgundy Wine Bitters at 60 per bottle
Hochstadter's Oocktail Bitters, pints, at ... • J>o per bottle
Grand Vine de Bouliac, quarts, at ^0 per bottle
Grand Vine de Beuliac, pints, at.. 30 per bottle
Traminer Wine, F. Korbel & Co, at 40 per bottle
Burgundy Wine, G. W. W. Co. at 3$ per bottle
Burgundy Wine, 8. H. W. Co. at 35 per bottle
Melnik Burgundy Wine at 35 per bottle
St. Julien Wine at 3$ per bottle
Tokager-Ausbruch, \'»% at 4o per bottle
California Wine, no V ,at 15 per bottle
Some of the Wines are a little druggy from old age,
but otherwise perfectly g >od.
TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING j
Is the concrete foundation
upon which we have built up our monunient.nl Furni-
ture business. We operate our great' bargain marts--
upon the principle that it is not so much what is said,
BUT WHAT IS SAID CAN
BE RELIED UPON.
We do not indulge in mythical bargains and run the
risk of you buying something when you come here,
but on the contrary, We Back Up Every
Pi* iniSO with dependable goods that will Do Us
Credit under the searchlight of careful home in-
spection. Kindly give us a call when in need of any-
thing in the Furniture Line. B.* sure to see in before
bii) ing elsewhere. Yours to please, ^
C. HcRJViANftl, BREN HAM. 1 fciXAS.
Tbe Original Nliraw*
The shrew was originally the shrew
mouse, which, when h«r young w«re
helpless, would flglit desperately la
their defense, aud eo well known was
the courage of this little animal, whlih
would even go out of Its, way to st»> !c
an enemy at, times when the j ;t
needed protection, that the word be-
came applied to a woman who was
over ready to seek a quarrel.
Dignity of Icliwikli'i Coachman.
President Schwab of the billion dol-
lar steel trust says that he was driving
through a little town near Pittsburg
the other day with his colored man
seated beside him, when he heard one
woman say to another: "There's the
great Mr, Schwab." "Which one?"
said the other, evidently impressed
with the colored man's dignity.
Aaloep ou a Church 9plr«.
A Pittsburg man felt asleep in a
chair suspended on a church spirei 120
feet, above the walk, and was not
awakened until a fellow workman had
climbed up and tied him into his
chair to keep him from falling, and he
had then been lowered to the ground.
There the boas discharged the man for
sleeping at his Dost
The total popular vote of the United
States in 1900 was within a small frac-
tion of 14,000,000, and the total popu-
lation of the country, including ter-
ritories which have no vote on the
presidency, was 75,000,000. Practi-
cally, therefore, there was one vote
cast for each five and a half inhabl-
The KitUer'ft Palace*.
In the twenty-odd palaces of the
German Emperor some 3,(500 servants
are employed, about 2,000 of these be-
ing women. A huge income is. of
course, required for keeping up estab-
lishments on this scale, and the Em-
peror's total expenditure Is estimated
at some J25,000 a day.
Wutfrworku of Two Cltle*.
New Orleans, a city of nearly 30U,000
population, consumes less than 15,000,-
000 gallons of water dally. The total
cost of the New Orleans water works
was $4,000,000. St. Louis has spent
$20,000,000 for the same purpose and
has a dally consumption of il0*000,000
A (iood H^^oiHiurMlatlon,
"I lmve noticed that the sale on Chamber-
lain « Stomach and Live- Tablet* is almost
invariably to those who liavn once used
them," says Mr. J. 11. Weber, a prominent
druggist, of Cascade, Iowa. What betler
recommendation could any medicine have
than for people bo call for it when again in
need of such a remedy? Try them when you
feel dull after eatine, when you have h bad
taste in your mouth, feel bilious, have no ap-
pttite, or when troubled with constipation,
and you are certain to be delighted with the
prompt relict which they afl'ord Kor sale
by R. K. Luhn.
fn eonsequence of two years'
over-production of wine the
situation in France has reached
such a point that the govern-
ment is considering relief meas-
The moat miserable beincn in the
world are those suftering from
Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
More than seventy-five per cent, of
the people in the United States are
afflicted with these two diseases and
their effects; such as Sour Stomach,
Sick Headache, Habitual Costive-
nese, Palpitation of tlie Heart,
Heart-burn, Waterbrash, Gnawing
and Burning Pains at the Pit of (lie
Stomach, Yellow Skin, Coated
Tongue and Disagreeable Taste in
the Mouth, Coming up of Food
after Eating, Low Spirits, etc. Go
to R. E. Luhn and get. a bottle of
August Flower for 75 cents. Two
doses will relieve you. Try it. Got
Green's Prize Almanac.
The steel trust has secured
leases on eoal lands which will
supply it with fuel for thirty
years and with coka for sixty
C»o it by ajl (Mean*, go it I'nat!
Go it while leather and horse shoes, last.
Go It a3 bard »s you ever can, but don't
•lip over, my '.me young man, or there will
come a lime when you "como a cropper."
The joints will creak and the bones will
ache; then you will be ready to bless the
good, old monks who have preserved that
boon to humanity. "St. Bernard Vegetable
Pills." They will counteract the consc*
nuencea of bad hahits, promote weakened
digestion, tone up the torpid liver, kidneys
and skin, cleanse you of impurities and re -
store voitr health.
It is stated upon good authori-
ty that there are now 2,000 active
Mormon proselyters scattered
widely over the world.
To Cure Malaria in Four Days,
Take Quinoria. All druggists are author-
ized to refund the money in any caw of
chills, fever or malaria it fails to euro. I'rict-
50c per package.
J. P. Withers, late president of
a Beaumont, national bank, who
has been arrested in Kansas
City for alleged violations of the
banking laws, has given bond in
the sum of S5000.
Constipation leads to liver trouble, and
tiirpid liver to liright's disease. PRICKLY
ASH BITTER} is a certain cure at *ny
stage of the disorder. S. Rouse & Co.,
Of late there has developed
among the native Hawaiians,
especially among the younger
men, a desire to engage in a sea*
C -A- IS V O 53 .T. JL*.» ^
Bears the ^Ih8 Kilj i:a\3 (,>•'•£*< CSj 't
Combs, hairoru8hes, complex*
ion powders, nail and tooth
brushes and all other toilet arti-
cles in creat variety at Jo9.
Advice to the Aged
Age brings Infirmities, sucli as sin •
gish bowels, weak kidneys and bin .■
der and TORPID LIVER.
have a specific effect on these organ
stimulating the bowels, causing t In-
to perform their natural functions t,-
in youth and
IMPARTING VIGOR ——■
to the kidneys, bladder and LIVER
They are adapted to old and young.
I1r»r<U for (;«»rmiiii N«»jr.
Emperor William has recently Issued
an order authorUlng officer# of the
navy to wear beards. This is construed
as a hint for all o(liters to do so, us it
often pleases his eccentric majesty to
indicate Ills wishes Indirectly iu such
a manner. Hence every naval officer
has put away his razor and allows the
hair to grow on his face. The military
officers still adhere to the imperial
form of mustache.-Correspondent
Sympalhr >• Out of Mytw.
Kx-Speaker Reed was riding up-town
in a New York strset car the other
evening and was carried past his cor-
ner. The conductor appeared to be the
only person on boar*', who knew the
big man and was expressing regret at
the mistake when Mr. Reed said:
"Don't sympathise with me or with
anyone, it 1* out of style and the only
place where you cau find sympathy
now is In the dictionary."
"Some time ago my daughter caught a se
vere cold. She complained of pain* in her
chest and had a bail cough. I gave her
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy according to
directions and in two days she was well and
able to go to school. 1 have used this reme-
dy in my family for the past seven yeim, and
have never known it to fsi','' isys James
l'rendergist, niercliani Aenato Hay, Jamaica,
West India Islands The pains in the cln-st
indicated an approaching pttacU of pneu-
monia, which in this instance was undoubt-
edly warded ofl' by Ch»mt>- ilain's Cough
Remedy, It counteracts any tendency of a
cold toward pneumonia. Hold by K. K.
There are Americans in Santi-
ago, but the majority of the
business houses are conducted
The Fairest Offer Ever Make
To any ono suffering with dyspepsia, iivli-
L'estiori, sour stomach, heartburn, take Re*
Dyspepsia Tablets. All druggisti aie au-
thorized by the manufacturers to rotund the
money in any case they (ail to i ure. Price
60c oer package Remember the name—
Rex Dyspepsia Tabhts.
Princess Louise, the eccentr.c
daughter of King Leopold of
Belgium, is hopelessly insane.
■.f orii a.
=»r» >11,9 K!«!l '"'J Always Bought
A special to the New York
Herald says the president has
decided to defer action in the
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IN OMJKN T1MKH
People overlooked the import-
ance of permanently beneficial
effects and were satisfied with
transient action; but now that it
is generally known that Syrup of
Figs will permanently overcome
habitual constipation, well-in-
formed people will not buy other
laxatives, which act for a time,
but finally injure the system.
Buy the genuine, made by the
California Fig Syrup Co.
The total fire loss in Illinois
last year was over $10,000,000.
To Cure Chills or Malaria in 4 Days,
Take Ouinoria. All druggists are au
tborued to refund the money in any case of
chills, fever or malaria it fails to cure.
Price 5OC per package.
The coal production of Illinois
for the last fiscal year exceeds
that of any year in the history of
Bean the _/) '!l® KM You Hav» Always 8sunh>
The latest society fad among the
fashionable women in England is
that of being photographed as a
To Cure Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
Sour Stomach or heartburn, take Hex Dys-
pepsia Tablets. All druggists are author-
ised to rafund the money if they fail to
i-ure. Price 5OC per package. .
Bologna's two square leaning towers,
the Garisenaa and the Aslnelll, which
are more startling than the tower of
Pi*a. are safe. A rumor was started
that they showed signs of weakening,
but. a commission of engineers pro-
nounces them as solid as ever. The
Aainelli tower Is 315 feet high and waa
built in 11<K». The (iariseuda was built
a year later, and was originally taller,
but is now only 153 feet high. Ita In-
clination, however, is greater than that
of the other towpr.
Larg« Vam1U«*« at B«i*ln|#r.
Uessinger, Fin., seems to be an ideal
place for the raising of large famtliea.
It is only a frontier settlement as yet,
lying In the heart of the great inland
prairie, but there is no danger of the
population diminishing. Among the
famlliea living there are six whoao
children aggregate seventy-one In num-
ber—thirty-two hoy> and tblrty-nina
girls. Bessinger > Imllenges any place
of equal size in th" state to match
these domestic flgur«»
Aching in tlie small of ihe back in an in-
dication of Hright's di.oase, The proper
course in such cases is to take a few doses ot
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS. It is an ef-
fective kidney remedy and bowel regulator.
S. Route & Co., special agent*
W. A WOOD & CO..
Complete line Building Material.
McMullen Poultry Netting and
Waukegan Barb Wire Red Spool ^
J SCHUERENBERG's SPECIALTIES
Htit^'ii's, ( arriagi s\
Driving Wagons, I'.irm
Harness, Hancock 1 )isc
Rotary Dutchman Disc
New Cassaday and Good
Knongh Sulky Plows,
Iron, Coal, Wagon and
Buggy Materials, etc.
F. W, SCHUHRENBERG "TEST-1
ALL OTHER LINES IN
:-KU\ U K,
The latter the lnie.- t in
*11 l.iLonn.'i'. nr.- I"
ing i'i;uippoil with oil
(N<> (inder- I
W, s. KEENAN, G. P. A.
THE PUREST AND BEST.
II. II. SIHliM, Ascent. Ilmiliam. Texas
The Creek \ CHRISTMAS GOODS!
FoftuJio* an* to bo made, in tho
Creek Oourilry, an they have in all I lie other
Indian 1 audi that have l)o«..-a Opined for ct-
tlement. This section contaibi AS I-INK
FARMING I.AND AS CAN UK FOUND
ON THK AMKRICAN CONTINENT, and
the lucky investors who lirst make; arrange-
ments with the Creeks I or tln> purrlm e it
their allotmontd are certuiii t*i "reap a rich
II', for any reaton, tlie homaseuker deride#
not to locale in lite Cr(-ck Nation, TIIKItE
IS PLENTY OF GOOD LAND IN OK
LAHOMA which can he had at nwidriable
i'loaso bear in mind that I IIK l-KISt O
bYSTBM IS A GOOD ROI.'TK To Kl.
RENO and the re ently . open>id Kiowa
Wc have nit our Toys and Holiday 'It&pi-vy 1 now, arid < un
show 3ou ih'* largest lifiP in the f'irjr. frt l>olUr we have a bi|j
assortmcrtt. In Woodon Toy*, wt? hive a large assortuicnL In
fact, we have t-verythiiu; that is made in Toy#f aU<» a J?<^d lme of
Co lnloid <»onih, and othnr Fancy Good?
1,'OMK AKOIJMU KAKI V
n i) MKK n(ii: i,l> v..
O. SCHAWE & SON
m AN 11 FACT O R FMT.
Ui«ril)Hm, T» ih«
lliMarket Fh!<I fur
>1 i«i k* t itiilc Stoek.
GO TO THE
TIN WORK, BATH TUBS, CISTERNS.
HIPAIK WO UK A SPECIALTV
All Work Done wltti Neatness and Ols«a«rt
AND FULLY OUARANTCCD.
For fiae luiieiies, to tlie ft-'aaini)
A. BULOFF |
llaXNUAM AO I N'T FOB
Waldorf GUI) Bje Whisley,
The pur est and bfst \\ hifkey ift the mar-
ket. All orders add rested to A» RUI.OIK
Brenham, Texas, will receive ororopt atten-
tion, and satUfadicm guaranteed.
Lubtn'M, Duval'n, LautierV, tJrowu l'erfumory Co., Imperial,
fjazoD'n, Fjasterman's. F'roeiufin a. Miller h, Colgate's
f EBME ATOMIZER!! AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
A full line of Import el ami Domestic Toilet fikI Medicinal
R. K. Luhn's 13RCG STORE, Breota,
A FINE FARM FOR SALE!
I iitfartor usie, on liberal terms, a splendid Urin, located^seven miies we»t of
Urenham, nrsr Klanip poitOllice, containing 207 acres of productive iand, 150
itcres in cultivation, BO acres of which m Mill Creek bottom lnnd, Italance liill
*.rtd prairie, newly e.eared; balance in pasture.
There i^ a six-room residence on tl>< premises, front jjailery, Ijirn.', lank<,
prmgs; also one four room timant house, one three-room tenant house The
eotirn plnce »<'tl watered;*n«l wiil be »old to *n early applicant at a bargain.
Apply John G, Rankin,
The only a aft, aura as*
reliable Tamala PIZX
ever offered to Ladle*,
ed to married Ladle*.
rilK SAI.K KV AI.L IIRVMOIKTS.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 21, 1902, newspaper, January 21, 1902; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth486769/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.