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BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1891
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Gurry & Simmons,
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al Estate kits,
OJEcs over Heoer Stone's Bank.
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9000 , acres on G. C.
fe& S. F. R. R. in Cole
man and Runnels coun
ties, all under fence 350
in cultivation, balance
f in pasture, good water.
Price $4 per acre, easy
terms. " ! .
8000 acres two miles
irom Ballinger, all un-
ler fence, $6 per acre.
640 acres in Run
nels county $3 per acre
640 acres in Run-
llycouiuy $6 per acre.
340 acres 7 miles
ith of Ballinger, $3
,320 acres 5 miles
st of Ballinger, $2.50
1,280 acres 12 miles
theast of Ballinger,
10 sectionsin Run-
is, uoncno, Coleman
sell in lots to suit.
p4,000 acres in the
ities of Schleicher
Id per acre.
DO YOU LIKE
Not tough, leathery, pale,
dyspeptic pie crust, made
with hog lard, but crisp,
brown, flaky Pie, made from
sweet, healthful, digestible
All pastry and pie crust
made with Cottolene is war
ranted anti-dyspeptic, and
may safely be eaten by the
most delicate persons.
1st Cottolene is the purest
of all cooking lats, and re
commended by all expe
rienced cooks and bakers.
2d. Cottolene is the healthi
est 'of all cooking fats, and
reconlmended by all emi
$d. Cottolene costs no'
moreperpound than lard, -and
much less than but
ter, and is better than
1 either for ail cooking.
4&. One pound of Cotto
lene is equal in shorten
fngto two pounds of lard
orbutter,so half the mon
N.K. FAIRBANK & CO.
s ST. LOUIS, MO. f . i
Cotton Seed Hulls!
I have contracted with tbo Su-
periBtendent oi the Bronham Oil
ilill company to deliver Hulls in
any part of the city to parties not
nvl&g teams oi tbeir own. Orders
left ftttho Mill, or with Wmklemnn
& Bonne, will receive prompt at
tention. J. ii. BUKCH.
ese Star Brewing Company's
AND KPECIAlir BRIYTED
Select Bottled -Beer,
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE GIVEN.
C, HA1ENZA, Agent, Brenham,
OSce at the Ice House.
Fisher county needs a jail.
Valesco needs a "commission
An iron bridge is to be
over Hvnes creek at Pattison.
The lolloping is the "i"t urn"
on a subpoena in the United S tales
maishal's office at Pans: tho wit
ness lived ;sixty miles from a ra.il- j
road and the" officer rode the dte- ,
tance on horseback to find tho wit-1
. -u fness, who in life was a holy terror, '
i ueuu; me pajjei uu weiib tu berve
came back bearing this legend :
"Witness dead and gone to ;
horse broke down and can't follow
him. J. J. Dickerson, U. S- Mar
shaL Per old man Chancellors son
Highest of all in Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Heporfr Aug. 17, iSSg.
The tax rolls of Bexar county
show an increase of 82,000,000
Judge Bryant charged the Paris
jury strong on the beer question.
A Knights of Honor Lodge was
organized at Rogers Saturday night.
The East Texas Press conven
tion was to convene at Nacogdoches
Ditnrmtt. Castro county, needs
a drug store and a general merchan
A water works system will be
completed at Bowie by the first of
The Mausfield roller mills, atter
a week's suspension, have resumed
A larcre "amount of Wilbanrer
j wheat is being sent into upper pan-
nandle for seed.
A.K Habicht, a prominent real
estate man of Austin, died suddenly
Considerable small grain is be
ing sown, and on some farms is al
ready up, near Blanco.
A largo number of fine horses j way reservation at Bryan. Before the
have been entered for the Taylor fair tire could be put out seventy-five
which began on the 13th. bales were burned so as to be almost
totally worthless. The -cotton be-
A Brenham special to the Fort
Worth Gazette says: "Yesterday
in the district court, Cornelia Stew
art was granted a divorce from her
husband, William Stewart. She
stepped across the hall to the coun
ty clerk's office, and in fifteen min
utes from the time she was divorcod
was married to William Fullington.
All are prominent parties.'' Yes
In colored circles perhaps.
The German-American celebia
tions, which have been in progress
at San Antonio 'on an extensive scale
during the- past three days, closed
Sunday night with an imposing
street pageant and grand pyrotechnic
display, which was witnessed by
several thousand people. There
were also a number of halls given
by the various German societies in
the different halls of that city.
About 10 o'clock Saturdav
1 morning fire was discovered in a
large lot of cotton stored on the rail-
The Luring oil and cotton com
pany was chartered at Austin Mon
day. Capital stock 820,000.
The dead body of a Mexican
was found Monday near Mineral
City, with a bullet hole in his head.
Farmersville wants more houses
and better houses. Not a vacant
house in the city.T Collin County
Build dwelling houses. There
is a great demand for them, which
increases every week. Garland
The Vernon elevator employs
six men. The highest number of
loads of wheat dumped in one day
Were there a half a dozen or
more dwelling houses vacant they
could be easily filled by valuable
tenants. Reagan Herald.
A dwelling was destroyed by
fire Monday night in North Marshall,
about 8:30 o'clock. The building The saloon keepers of Sherman
ivua mauicu ouw nuu ua UrtUHl uy
The Bowie Cross Timbers says
the cotton of that section is turniusr
' out much better than was expected.
J Farmers say they will have one
1 third more cotton than they actici-
A Confederate Monument Asso
ciation, of Ft. Worth, has been char
1 tered. for the erection of suitable
monument to the memory of Con-
' federate dead. Crpital stock 31,
000,000. The tnachiuciy is nearly all in
' place at the seamless bag factory at
Sherman, and they expect to begin
operations about tho 20th of No
vember. The factorv will emplov
125 hands. '
Near Seguin a well-digger nam
ed Charles Gear was killed. He was
at the bottom and the well caed.
by buying your homemade harness of
C. W. Hess.
Cotton fires are numerous, two
at Galveston, on at Bryanr one at
Ladonia and one at Shreveport, La-
Best 5 cent Cigar in tho 6ityatthe
Santa Fe Samon.
The State University at Austin,
has had matriculated 320 students.
longed to various parties who were
I holding it, and was only partially in
) sured. Loss, 82000.
The following prisoners broke
jail at Kouutze Sunday: James Mur
ray, sentenced for three years: Will
Gorman, five years; Fisher Smifih,
life sentence; Ed Touchack. thtee
years; Robert Brown, indicted, for
murder. Fisher Smith and James
Murray are negroes. Smith is 'cop
per colored and stammers badly, ' -
Some boys playing on the banfcjn
01 tne ixortnvjortcno river at c$c
Anelo disc6vered a-bundle wrapne
up in a sack, which "proved to be the
remains of a new born white baby,
which had been 'placed there only a
few hours before. ' "
After Bob Campbell' hadbeen
taken from jail at Decatur last week
he informed the officers that the
prisoners had nearly sawed out and
a search revealed the tools and the
damage and prevented tne escape.
Western Dairy and Fancy Cream
ery Butter, iuu Cream Cheese,
Danisch and Holland Herring,
Pickles, and all other perishable
goods. H. FISHER.
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Inexhaustible supplies of white
flint sand are found in' South Texas,
and the manufacturer "of glass
should pay this country a visit.
C TV. HES!
Ts the place to buy your cart
harness for six dollars'.
Those millions of palmettoT or
fan palms, in East Texas yield a
valuable fibre and should be utlized. i
Miss Jeans. Manchester, Englaned
has gained the Cobden prizs of thre,
hunderd dollars for tho best econo
"lont Kick Jf i are Slclw:'
Creole Female Tonic makes the TTcnk wo
man strong and sends new blood Tjoiindin
through the veins, imptrting new lift; ana
strength to the Treaksned parts.
It stimulates nature to its woHv -with the
happiest effect. We comswnd it to suffer
ing wamea everywhere as a sovereign reme
dy for their peculiar ailmen s.
The wife of one of the instructors
in Boston University has Keen.
graduated with great &onort a? a
student of law.
The Greateit StrlEw
Amour the ercat strikes, that of Dr.
Miles indiicovering his New Heart Care
hasproven:itselfto'"booneof the- mot im
portant. The demand for it has fcfecoine as
tonishinsr: Already the treatment of heart
disease is-being revolutionized, and "many
unexpected cures effected. It soon relieve
short breath, fluttering', nains in side: nnc
shoulder,, weak and hungry spells, oppres
sion, swelling ot ankles, smothering ancB
heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart-and;
Nervous- Diseases, free. ,-Tne unequaledi
New Heart Cure is sold and cuaranteed bvr
Jos. Tristram, agent, also his Restorative
Nervine for headache, fits, sprees hot:
flashes, nervous chills, opium habit; .etc
In NewYork'City there are two-
hundred thousand women in a-hundred
different trades. - ,
Corn, Oats, Rye, Bran,
HayBust Proof Texas Seed Oata,
SeedBarloy,, All fresh gooda.
And as 'to tobacco South Texas
can raise us good tobacco as any
State in the Union.
- I Have, as You Know
("been selling Bradfield's Female Regulators
for years, ondhave a steadily increasing de
mand lor it; it, gives tne very Mat sali.tac
tion. I frequently sell it to physicians, who
use it in their practice with the moat satisfactory-results;
R. Tnoius, M. D.j 1.
r VAID08T4 'r (lA.
Old Puritan 'Whiskey a genuine
article at Santa Fe Saloon.
Kanline is found in South Tex
as in quality and quantity superior
Gotton Seed Meal and Hulls,
quantities to suit, at
Brexha3i Oil Mill.
Miss Susie P. Hyman, of Dub
lin, Texas has been appointed as a
The coming of a circus has al
ways been considered an important
event to tho small boy, but at Abi
lene last week was the first time we
ever heard of the banks closing on
account of the arrival of one.
Not a vacant house in Memphis
either residence or storehouse. Sev
eral families are doubled up two and
three in a house, and some are liv-
mg.in teuts. we must nave more
houses at once. Tall County
have petitioned the authorities to en
force tha Sunday law, each agreeing
not to sell or give away any whiskey.
Seveial saloon keepers names do not
appear on the petition.
More than one million pounds
of fall wool have been received at
San Anffolo the past month, of Call on C. W. Hess
which 100,000 pounds were pur- and cret your busy harness at
chased lecetitly by one buyer; terms dollars.
Wilbarger county celebrated
the 10th anniversary of its organiza
tion .it Teruon Saturday with a
gland baibeeueand general jolifica-
Adam & Hancock's store at
Mexia was lobbed Saturday night;
1-4 revolvers are missing. Wouldn't
be suiprised if the robbers are arm
ed. The castor oil mill at Weather
ford, Texas, is turning out 100 gal
lons of oil per day, and is purchas
ing all the castor oil beans offered.
J. D. Gaines, who killed Officer
Sam West lasi; May, is a free man,
the grand jury at Texarkana having
failed to find a true bill m his case.
BobL Houssels raised on his
farm this year, 3200 bushels of
wheat from 250 acres of sod land.
He wanls to put in GOO acres for
next year, providing they can plow
it; if not, spring wheat will be tried.
K. Pearce is buildinc a house
near his residence in which to move
hiB bottling works. He has already
sunk a largo cistern there, which
will keep a full supply of good wa
ter for bottling purposes. Detroit
bale of cotton fell on Will
IUUU3 lib .'lL51UUL.li.BUlU, 11UUI J3UU-
Her- ham recently, breaking both of his
thisrhs and injuring him internally.
Jno. Blanton shot and killed
Dan Hardeman, colored, at Milford
Sunday. A woman the cause. Blan
ton has not been captured.
Congressman Silus Hare has
made Sherman his headquarters from
which to attend to his basiness, In
dian depredation claims.
Abners' store, Edwards' saloon
and a dwelling house, all the prop
erty of negroes, was burned at Mar
shal Saturday night.
At New Brunfels, Comal county,
Mrs. Walter, a woman aged eighty
years, died very suddenly at the
houBe of her son, Mr. O. Walter,
with whom ehe had been living and
who inherits her property. Suspicion
aroused, tho funeral was stopped on
its way to the cemetery. The hearse
was turned back. An autopsy was
ordered. It was performed and the
stomach was taken away for examina
tion. The result has not been known.
The body exhibited' no marks of
l Tntt's Fills. I
It Kiv4 lr. Tutt pleasure to an a
nounce tliat lio Is now tutting up a P
HNY HVEE PHI
which b of exceedingly nmall sire, yet ..
retalnlne all the virtues ot the larger
ones. They are guaranteed purely
vegetable, lloth Klzes uf these pills fc
lire fctlll issued. The exact size of V
TUTTS TINT HVEtt PILLS A
, Is hown In the border of thta "ad."
Ties and steel rails for the
Brazos Valley road are being'deliver-
ed at Hearne.
Sugar Chill Cure Is a sate and pleasant
remedy for Chills and Fever, perfectly taste
less. Sold on a guarantee. Don't fail to
try it at Dr. Jos. D. Kojrers.
The present plans of the Japanese
government will double the navy of
that country within six years.
Life U Worth Living.
reole Female Tonic makes the employ
ment of life possible, and makes life -worth
the livins. Weak and sickly women find
new health and strength in its use.
. . .
G. W. Williams, of Rockdale
committed suicide at Mineola, Mon
day night by taking morphine. He
purchased two packages of the drug,
twenty grains in each, some two
hours apart, bnt the second package
was found in his pocket, the first be-,
ing sufficient to do the fatal work.
He was found on the steps of Mr.
McDaniels' residence insensible
about G p. m. He was taken imme
diately to a drug store, where Drs.
V. T. Sam W. Hart rendered all aid
possible, but their efforts to saye
his life were futile. Mr. Williams
died at 2;30 a. m. Tuesday. He was
here with an exhibit. He is a mem
ber in good standing of orders of
Knights of Pythias and Knights of
Honor, and well-to-do farmer living
near Rockdale. His remains will be
shipped home to-night by order of
the lodges of which he was a member.
The greatest of home rnlers-baby.
Do not wait until you are attacked with.
Cholera ilorhus, Diarrhoea, Summer Com
plaint, or any relaxed condition of tho
bowels, but have raguire's Benno Plant
constantly on hand to meet the emergency.
Price T5 cents jaer bottle. Expressajje paid
if 3 bottles are ordered. J. fc C. Ifagnirej
St. Louis, 31o.
To keep nickel'silver ornaments anil
mountB bright rub them with woolen
cloths that have "been saturated in
spirits of ammonia.
A HUSBAND'S MISTAKE.
Husbands too often permit wivfes, and
parents their children, to sufier irom. head
ache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, fits,
nervousness, when by the use ot Dr. pities
Eestorative Nervine such serious results
could easily be prevented. Drugguts everjj
where say it gives universal satisfaction, and
has an immense sale. Woodworth.& Co.,
of JFort Wayne, Ind.; Snow & Co.. of
Syracuse, 2?. Y.; J. C "Welf, Hillsdale,
ilich.; and hundreds oi others say "It Is the
greatest seller they ever knew." It contains
no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book, or
Nervous Diseases, free at Jos. Tristram's
The number of eggs in a six pound
eel in November is fully; 6,000,000.
Under the microscope they measure
eighty to the linear inch.
Miles' JNerve and .Liver Pills'-
Apt nn o txxt TynTitytmmTafnn Via.
! liver, stomach and bowels through" tha
nerves, a new discovery, iir. Ames' l"uls
speedily cure biliousness, bad taHe, torpid
liver, piles, constipation. TJnequaled for
men, women, children. Smallest, mildest,
surest! SO doses, 25 cts. Samples free, at
Jos. Tristram's drue store.
For Over Fifty Years
Mos. TYecslows boOTirrso Sybdt has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes tha child,
softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is tho best remedy for Diarrhoea.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every parrt of
tho world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask lor Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing
Syrup," jnd take no other kind.
Defiance, la., claims to have a-living
skeleton in the person cf a man
who is 5 feet 8 inches height anil
weighs but sixty-fiye pounds.
' m m
Chase's Barley Malt Whiskystiniulating:
and nourishing'to tne consumptive, thb old
and feeble. It is absolutely pure Sold by
L. F. Grassmuck, Brenham, Texas
China has just coined a silver dol
lar which will be accepted, in trade
in place of the Mexican and Japanese
coins heretofore used.
One of the Good Tklne.
There is nothing ''just as good" as Creole)
Female Tonic. Every lady who has given
it a trial will tell you there is nothing like it
for woman's peculiar ailments.
Recent experiments show with
proper appliances ordinary gaslight
can be used in making photographs.
l'ln lour Faith.
Pin your faith to Creole Female Tonic and
you will never regrrt it. It is a remedy pe-
cuiiariy preparea lor lauies.
The Missionary Baptists Nof
Bowie have decided to build a new
church at a cost of about 2500. It
will be a frame building of modern
aremtecture. it is expected
is expected that
Some cigaretts hands makes 2,000 work on the buildins will ben
a day. about November 1 next.