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BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 4894.
i. r. sresioN
urry & Simmons,
" Office over Heoer.Stone's Bank.
9000'?acres oiV G. C.
&S.F. R.R. in' Cole
man and Runnels coun-
M ties; all uncler fence 350
m cultivation, balance
- in pasture, good water.
Price $4 per acre, easy
8000 acres two miles
from Ballinger, all un-
' der fence, $6 per acre.
640 acres in Run
nels county $3 per acre
6,40 acres in Run
pels county $6 per acre.
640 acres 7 miles
south of Ballinger, 3
320 acres 5 miles
west of Ballinger, 2.50
1,280 acres 12 miles
northeast of Ballinger,
$3 per acre.
80 sections in Run
mels, Concho, Coleman
.and Coryell counties;
will sell in lots to suit,
64,000 acres in the
and "Sutton counties,
1.25 per acre.
TpsP sp fis
CURES ALL SKIN
and pntcrlb It with (rtt utUficLoa for th cum of til
lonri n nfcgri ot rnmarr,
fijpbllU, Sypiilliuc KhfBsutliia. fccrcioloo ulccn end
Saitt. Gludolar SwtlUsn. Rhtraiailirn. Mlrt. oM
Cfciralc Ulcm tu htro ruhtcd all trtttmcat. CiiriS,
, !S " " -i.
oia MiMUf), Miccw, isroaic ttjaw MUfUlSii, aiX
cortil Polioc, Tetter, Soli Hd, tie , etc
f. r. r. TxmwTni wbic, oa an rcmini tpptnwr.
LftdlM wbCM mtu&t ir oolicaed tsd t1m blood li la
r dd ih '
n bnrcrt cnditlCB. & to rctattrr! !mpJr1Hft. kt
tintfii projwrttn of P. P. P, Prickly Ati Pet Boot
tlv fenus-rd rtv ti wflrultrfnl Uril and faloed-
LIPPEA1T BR03., Proprietors,
Druggists, LIppman's Block, 8A VAHHAH, 04,
For Sale by T. TRISTRAM.
Dr. D. C. WILLIAMS,
Has opened a branch office at Rockdaix,
'where he will regularly spend tho week fol
lowing me ucb ounuay m jwiuuuiuuui, lur
a change for health. Those who wish his
services here will please make appoint
ment accordingly lor tne otner tnree weefcs
following tbe 2a, 3d and 4th Sunday in each
S. H. GOODLKTT,
Office With T. B. Bott's, over Herman's
Furniture Store. Special attention given to
SAMUEL J. STYLES,
Attorney - at - Law,
EgUPrompt attention given to all business.
j. . CAMPBELL.
E. E. PESSEtOTOS.
CAMPBELL & PENNINGTON.
8Offlee over Hcber Stone's Bank.
Will practice in Washington and adjoin
ing comities. Abstracts of titles carefully
Itone Star Brewing Company's
ASS BTECIAlir BBXWZD
Select Bottled Beer,
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE GIVEN.
C. HALENZA, Agent, Brenham.
Office at the Ice House.
J. L. AMMONS
Kortheast Comer Public Sap'iare,
Suits and farmentg ciado to order and
tt guaranteed 'f
Saloon "Legal, Tender,"
TTNDtS -NEW EXCHANGE HOTEL
J0M W. TEAGCE, Proprietor,
New Billiard Tables, Imported
Winee, and Foreign Liquors. Every-
Uung nrst-class. route attention
Some good farming and grazing
lands to exchange for Brenbam prop
erty. Hakry Haynes,
Real Estate Agt.
A few sectiors ot splendid, smooth, rich
land in Northweti ivsjs at S3.50 per acre.
IrofitJ absolutclv certain.
Real Estate Ac;cnt.
knllilsr dd la mum raoldir
, X. I; Malaria
Tbe deep well at Sherman has
reached a depth of 1825 feet.
The Coke county fair opens
Saturday and closes on tbe 10th.
Clarence O. Skipper who has
been robbing registered letters at
Houston has skipped.
The Eising Star Eecord says
ITr. Will Estes picked 402 pounds
of cotton in one day.
Gonzales had a good heavy
shower Tuesday, but more is needed
to furnish stock. J-,
A planing-mill anJwmp-saw
and scroll machine is being erected
at Velasco by J. G. Glover.
The Santa Pe Jumped tho track
at the same spot near Planter3ville
tho other day that the recent wieck
Jno. and Reubeen Elan, wanted
in Tannessee, were arrested at Hills
boro recently on the charge of mur
der in Brannon county Tenn.
The gin of Miller & "Wells at
New Hope, Dallas county, was
burned Sunday night. Two wagons
and about six bales of cotton were
At Vernon, Wilbarger county,
there will be a big barbecue and eel
ebration of tbe tenth anniversary of
the organization of the county, Oc
tober the 10th.
Jno. Long a freight brakeman
in the service of the Cotton Belt
was knocked from one of the com
panys' trains ten miles from Texar
kana Monday and killed.
The Quintana Times says the
pecan crep of Brazoria county is
very heavy this year. Hundreds of
acres of pecans go to waste in that
county every season.
Uapt. Geo. Pierce, of Cleburne,
who was carried to Marietta, Ga.,
several months ago on a charge of
murder committed just at the close
of the war, has returned a free man.
Miss Cora Zink, a 16-year-old
girl of Terrell, took two teaspoonfuls
of arsenic Monday, and is not ex
pected to live. The cause she gave
is that some young man refused to
Jas. Young, a man working at
Goforth's gin near Kyle had his
hand caught in the saws and his
arm pulled in up to his shoulder
Monday, some of his fingers were
cut off and the flesh was htterally
sawed and stripped from the bone.
At Bonham Monday J. A. Ring,
a justice of the peace was fined 50
in the Mayor's court for using in
decent language to a lady in that
city. While on trial a pistol dropped
from his pockefc and he was re ar
rested for carrying concealed wea
pons. J. H. Hook was arrested in
Galveston Monday, charged with
seduction preferred by Daisy
Epperson, employed in the cotton
and woolen mills. The complainant
is twenty, while Hook is yet in his
teens. He gave bond.
The Memphis Journal says the
fine rain that fell in Hall county
last week was highly appreciated by
the farmers on account of making
plowing easier. As large an acre
age of wheat will be sown this year
as the ground can be prepared for.
The ex confederates soldiers
met at Palestine last week and or
ganized Palestine camp No. , Uni
ted Confederate veterans. Follow
ing are the officers of the now
camp: J. W. Ewing, commander;
J. M. Fullenweider, adjutant; S. P.
Allen, quartermaster; T. M. Colley,
surgeon; R. H. Crozier, chaplaid; J.
B. McKuight, treasurer.
Some time Sunday morning an
unknown assassin attempted to as
sassinate Mr. J. R. Shaw, a dairy-
man living one mile west Tyler.
Both barrels of a double-barreled
shotgun, loaded with buckshot, were
fired through an open window into
the bed in which Mr. Shaw was
sleeping. The aim, fortunately, was
bad, and the contents of both bar
rels went below the mattresses, with
the exception of one shot, which
struck Mr. Shaw in the foot. No,
reason for the cowardly attemt atl
assassination could be conjectured.
Willis Karrishomer, a Choctaw
Indian, was convicted at the late
term of the Muscogee court of in
troducing liauor and fined 20.
Judge Shackleford learning he was
some distance from home and had
no money to pay his fine, told him
to go home and get the money, or if
he couldn't raise the cash to come
back and seave out his fine in jail.
Willis left and several days after
word reported back to serve out his
line in jail, not having succeeded in
getting the money. Judge Shackle
ford told him to go homo nnd when
ever he could raiso tho S20 to come
and pay his fine.
of McLennan county, near
Springs, arrived at Valley Mills
Bosquo county, Monday evening
having in custody a female;, horse
thief. She stole a horse from Mr.
Nail Sunday Bight, and as a light
rain had fallen, they easily tracked
the horse and overtook it in the
hands of this woman. After she
was caught she gave her name as
Jennie Sadler, and said she was to
meet some men at night in the up
per end of that county and that the
men had, or would have, several
stolen horses. The parties will
carry her away at night to the point
she was to meet them and try to
capture the whole gang. This wo
maa had another stolen horse with
her, but does not tell where it be
longs. It is a black pony marked
M on the right hip, 4.H on the left
shoulder and T on the left hip. The
woman was dressed in male attire,
and looks like a country boy 18
The governmental rain-making
party at Corpus Christi are having a
hard time. They have been able to
do nothing as yet, save for a few ex
perimental bombs, because their ma
terials have been delayed in trans
mission from El Paso, but Sunday
it rain all through Southwestern
Texas. In some places the down
pour was tremendous. At Florers
ville the water ran on the ground in
rivers. Enough right rain has fallen
to guarantee fat cattle for the win
ter. The indications are thair there
will be more wet weather. The ex
perimenters may be forced to Wait a
week before obtaining a clear sky
upon which to operate. .
Jas. Morgan, of Denison, has
become a raving maniac. Morgan
was formeily a trusted employe of
the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
railway and several mouths ago lost
his mind and was sent to the asy
lum. He was discharged recently
and returned home, only to find his
family in destitute circumstances.
He endeavored to find employment
but failed, and it is supposed this
unfortunate state of affairs was the
cause of his Insanity. He i? now
confined in jail and will be sent to
the asylum in Terrell.
7The Navasota Tablet saysj:
"Qaite an unusual occurrence is re
ported from Retreat. The wife of
Judge C. B( Saunders presented her
husband with a fine, -fat boy last
week. Now such incidents are lia
ble to occur m all well-regulated
families, but as our friend Judge
Saunders is -78 years of age and his
better half considerably past life's
meridian, this event is very unusual.
W. M. Johnson, aged lCjrears,
while bathing in Chambers creek in
Johnson country one day last week,
was drowned. He had been in the
water some time, when he suddenly
sank and was drowned before assist
ance arrived. He was subject to
epilepsy and no doubt had a fit
while in the watea.
The Traveler says two new
churches are shortly to be erected
at Clarendon. The Episcopals have
a building fund of S1700, and will
commence the erection of a church
at once. The Baptists have a fund
of over 81000 and intend to erect a
church in the near future.
October 15, 16 and 17, the
Nrvasota colored fair will be held. N.
LW. Cuney, collector of the port of
Galyestou, has notified Secretary
J. M. Codwell of his intention of
being present. A speech from
Cuney will be an attactive feature
of the fair.
R. B. Parrott, a patriot of Waco
has made the challenge that he
will be one of five hundred men
to put up S100 per month for two
years to advertise Texas in news
papers throughout the world.
Miss Lizzie Davis, two miles
east of Pittsburg, killed a crane last
week that, measured five feet ten
inches from toe to the end of bill
and six feet four inches from tip to
tip of wings.
Barney Dorris, who was shot
through the head last Thursday was
taken to Denison Saturday and had
a 44 calibre ball taken from the back
of his head.
The Allee habeas corpus case at
San Antonio resulted in his being
refused bond. It will be remember-
edThe was one o the slayers of editor
Fort Worth wants a road to
deep water at the mouth of the
jtsrazos. nousioii is uuiaug auoui
building one. Brenham Bhould loose
Tho fire department at Weather-
ford is supplied with new uniforms
'and has elected N. H. Eddleman
chief and D. O. Haynes secretary.
, Ctobumo county officials have
made a raid on the sporting frater
nity and closed up their gilded of
Mr. Dr. "Nail and Mr.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
I 4as9 . Powder
Cute little glove buttons come
with gold handles, chased in neat
A course of 1 P. P. -will banish all bad
feelings, and restore your health to perfect
condition. Its curative powers are mar
velous. If out of sorts and in bad humor
with yourself and the world, tke P. P. P.;
and become healthy and rational.
m a fc
Light is bad for canned fruit.
Is the place to buv your cart
harness for six dollars. J
Never put pickles in a jar that has
had lard in it.
At all hours day and night at
Santa Fb Saioos.
Insteand of swallowing nostrums
observe hygienic rules.
fall on C. W. Hess.
and get your buggy harness at six
Never leave vegetables in the
water after they are cooked.
Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls, in
quantities to suit, at
BsExaur On. Mill.
The uice of half a lemon in half a
glass of water is a safe remedy for
Old Puritan Whiskey a genuine
article at Santa Fe Saloon.
An oyster shell in the teakettle
will brevent the formation of crust
on the inside.
by buyingyour homemade harness of
C. W. Hess.
To keep salt dry for table use mix
one teaspoonful of corn starch with
one cupful of salt,
Rnfrfl nTiill fm-a !a ft cat, nnd TTpml
remedy for Chills and Fever, pert ecdj taste
laeo CnU An n rniomfltoa TVlTt'f Tail tl?l
try it at Dr. Jos. B. Rogers. 1
iwa. uuiu wu . iuuaiiM.v, ja . .u.. .w
Equal parts of sweet oil and vine
gar and a little gum arabic make an
excellent furniture polish.
Pin Tour Faith.
Pin tout faith to Creole Female Tonic and
you will never regret it. Itis a remedy pe
culiarly prepared lor ladies.
Rubbed with a woolen rag saturat
ed with kerosene, a tin Ikettle or
coffee pot becomes as-bright as new.
1 nm I,.,
Chase's "Barley Malt Whisky is stimulating
and nourishing'to the consumptive, the"61d
and feeble. It i3 abolutelv nure. Soldliv
L. F. Grassmuck, Brenham, Teias.
A gargle of salt water before-retir
ing at night will strengtnen -v
throat and keep off bronchial att:
: ... .. s
One or tne uoou xuings.
There is nothing just as good" as Creo,
.Female Tonic, .every iaay wno nas ktk
it a trial will tell you there is nothing like
for woman s peculiar ailments.
Powdered flint glass ground to an;!
lmpaipaoie powcier ana misea.gain
the white of an egg makes ono of
the strongest cements known. Sl-"
For Corns, Warts nnd Dnnld
Use only Abbott's East Indian Cora
A skilful cook may not befHEde
by a book, but amost anybody can
make a good pudding by. observing
carefully a few simple rnles.
life iB Worth living.
Creole Female Tonic makes the employ
ment 01 life possiole, and makes lue wortn
the living. Weak and sickly women find
new health and strength in its use.
A pearl tipped golden crown has
make its appearance as a chatelaine
Miles' .Nerve and .Liver Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the!
liver, eiomach and bowels through the.
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mills' Puis
speedily cure biliousness, bad tole, torpid
liver, piles,, constipation, Unequaled for
men, women, children. Smallest, mildes't,
surest! 50 doses, 25 cts. Samples fres, at
Jos. Tristram's dru? store.
Among'old trifles is a siive!
withjpegs upon which teg
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, i8Eg.
An oddity in silqer match boxes
is the stump of an extra large cigar.
The Greatest Strike.
Amont; the great strikes, that of Dr.
Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure
has proven itself to be ono of tho most im
portant. The demand for it has become as
tonishing. Already the treatment of heart
disease is being revolutionized, and many
unexpected cures effected. It sorn relieves
short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm,
shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppres
sion, swelling ot anUes, smothering and
heart droosv. Dr. Miles' bojk on Hexrt and
Nervous Diseases, free. The unenaaled
New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by
Jos, Tristram, agent, also his Restorative
Nervine for headache, lfys, sprees,, Jiot
flashes, nervous chills, opium habirvfetc..
Sty lish hair pm tops consisot
square gold pieces imbeddediwith
diamond circles. W'
"Don't Kick If You axe Sjgk"
Creole Female Tonic makes tls weak wo
man strong and sends new blood bounding;
through the veins, imparting new life and
strength to the weakened parts.
It stimulates, natuiajto its work with tSo
happiest effect., ,JVe?commend itto suffer
ing women'everywhere as a sovereign reme
dy for their peculiar ailments.
Twentyyjbmen have become mem.
bers of a Chicago bicycle club
Carry the news to Buffalo!
Do not wait until you are attacked witl
Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Summer Com
plaint, or any relaxed condition of the
bowels, buthave Maguires Benno Plint
constantlv on hand to meet the emercencv.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Eipressageped;
it 3 Dottles are ordered, j.csu. Jiagiure, .
St Louis, Mo.
And now it comes out that the
heroine of Bennington was vnot
'-'Mollie' Stark, but plain "Betty."
I Save, as Ton Know,
been selling Bradfield's Female- Regulator
for years, and have a steadily increasing de
mand for it; it gives the very best iaUs-ao-tion.
I frequently sell it to physicians, w.h o
use it in their practice with the most sat it.
factory results. R- Thomas,!!. D.,
A Brahmin cull has been pres( ;nfc
ed to the Washington zoological
gardens by Hon. JohnH. Starijjof
New York city. '
(Flesh a mass of disease, condition hope
lesf, the system an entire wreck, nerVvfa all
Unstrung, yet P. P. P. was takenaro d an en-
uru euro uinue. .AiLeuu us uicb au u uircv
tionsofP. P.P.andallblooddisea-ses must
yield slowly but surely.
Thick sweet cream sweete' ned .and
flavored and thickened wrl Ji a little
flour or corn starch and jaked be
tween two crnsts is excellf nt.
Malaria and Kroben-Down Constitution.
Wj tckoss. Ga.
Dk. W. H. Whitehead:
Dear Sib At your reo.u est I will state
my case, come years ajjtj jj. contracted
malaria in its most violent J orm. while living;
at JNewaiKV-iN. J. iconsa ited various pny
sicians and took numbei1 iess nrenarations
recommended 83 "sure cr .res," but it stuck
to me like a brother or imorelike a mother-
in-law. I finally coma South, nd while
here tried new remedies , said to alvfSys euro
malaria,and it still st uck to me, and you
low wnj. ujuncu-w-('n conuiuon x Avua 111
ien I catae to you. you nut me to takinjr
w T.T: P. fPricklT - Ash. Poke Koot and
'ctassiuhjjand I inu proved rapidly, and am
uay iu.m gvn ii eaun as 1 ever was m
d, better.. As-ait medv for broken-down
onstitution'JthasU; ,o equal. .
JLOTira-eiCr, T.JT. UOTTLB.
ain gold wire curvedin intricaxe
knots makes some desirable link
llVit lAXD'S MISTAKE.
iHasbands to n nllpn nermit wives.
BarenUineirehildren. to suffer from head-'-
ffchedizrinesfj neuralgiSy sleeplessness, fits,
nervousness, "when by the use ol Dr. AWes'
.Restorative Nervine such serious results
could easuy be prevented. Druggists every
where say r t gives universal satisfaction, and
has an lm, mensa sile. Woodworth & Co.,
of Fort "Wayne. Ind.; Snow & Co.. of
Syracuse., N. Y.; J. C Welf, Hillsdale,
ilich.; a' nd hundreds of others sarfit is the
greatest teller they e.veft-knew."Ut contains
no opisr te?. Trial bcM an B kk on
Nervoris Diseases, free at 9 Jos. Tristram's
A silver dumb-bell is an.
rattJe for which there ir
For OTer Fifty 5fears
TM2S. "Wccslows booTHEto Strdp nas been
used for over fifty years by millions -of
mothers for their children whilSAfrtSinfv
with perfect success. It swthes'OTSniloV"
softens the gams, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea, n.
It will relieve the poor little sufieter imme; JiSKL
aiaiery. aom uy aruggisis m every parsfc, -ZLfrT
the orld. Twentv-tive cents a bottle. pF '
Syup,'-'indtakenoother kind.. '
he denil always keeps tho hingea
of the gate to the pit "well greased.