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BRENHAM, TEXAS., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 4891
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1,1 . OlMxJliO,
Office over Heber Stone's Bank.
9000 acres on G. C.
& S. F. R. R. in Cole
man and Runnels coun
ties, all under fence 350
m cultivation, balance
, in pasture, good water,
Price 4 per acre, easy
8000 acres two miles
from Ballinger, all up
ler fence, $6 per acre.
640 acres in Run
nels county $3 per acre
640 acres in Run
nels 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
nels, Goncho, Coleman
and Coryell counties;
will sell in lots to suit.
6,000 acres in the
'counties of Schleicher
and Sutton counties,
$1.25 per acre.
rayiifiir naore j- r. x. m iptenaio cohjp.u uoa.
ui pnsertt It with TMt utUftctlon fcr tht corn of all
forma n4 tturaa f Prtmnrr. SnrlrT en! TtrtUry
SrpUlu, bjpblUUo iutom&Uam. fecroiitioi UKtri na
Soru, 61andalKr Swtlllnji, Rhtnnutiim, MiUrl, eld
wuociC vlcsn VM DXJ9 ruuita ui wnmcp vtnmf
cnrUl Po'wn, TitUr, Scmld 114, ctct tc
". r r. M powarnu unic, mna u xrunt lypfmtr.
hollaing up th iri usi npiaij.
LadlM wboM arums in potion sd wnOM blood la ta
u tmnrr condition dn to rotnilrnil lrrfiJrtUM.T
TJSIiVjETtDettedTlSVFcnderJutowc and blood
cl.ictlEj propertfc of P. P. PPricUy A Pekt Root
nil Potai (mm.
LIPPHAN BEOS., Proprietors,
Druggists, IJppman's Block, BAVAHHAH, Qii
Jos Tristram, ageat lor above medicine
Jos. Tristram .Agent for above medicine.
George Fuller, the man who
taught Hatron how to trot, will
train for Hormitago farm
Nashville, next year.
Fannin county has lost fifteen
gins this fall.
Gammon's restaurant at Brown
wood was burned Sunday.
Several new brick stores are
going up at San Augustine.
0. M. Greenlie's residenco at
Denton, was burned Saturday.
A uniform rank of the K. of P.
has been organized at Navasota.
Dave Bartlett was shot near
Cisco Saturday while out hunting-
Mrs. Gammon's restaurant at
Brownwood was bnrned Saturday.
The residence- of J. SIcBride
near Quannah was burned Thursday.
The machine shops and foun
dry at Queen City were burned Sat
urday. Albert Henderson's residence at
Yan Alstyne was burned Saturday
Letot's gin and seventy-five
bales of cotton burned near Dallas
A barn and three horses grain
machinery, etc, was burned near
Forty bales of cotton burned at
Temple Saturday together with the
car on which it was loaded.
W. B. Harvey was found shot
through the heart within ten feet of
his gate near Marshal Friday. ,
Denison has scaled down its
proposed issue of street and sewer
bonds from $110,000 to 882,000.
The Greenville lumber shed
caught on fire Saturday but were ex
tinguished before much damage was
The Victoria calaboose was
burned Saturday night, and a man
was rescued from it in a suffocating
Near Weatherford Friday Will
Eivers and a man named Froman
fought with a shot gun and six
shooter, and both were killed.
The jury in the Synder murder
trial transferred from Hayes to
Xravis countv baturday returned a
verdict of guilty and gave him a lifo
The residence of Major C. C.
Crossen was burned at San Antonio
Saturday night, it was believed by
burglars who robbed the hquse and
inmates of about &UUU.
A car load of seed wheat arrived
in Hartley last week for free distri
bution among the farmers of that
county. And yet the people will
move west every time they secure a
Papers of impeachment have
been Sled and the case is pend ng
against the city marshal and city at
torney of Polestine it is alleged On
i account of their gross negligence,
incompetency anu ammuiou wuu me
F. A. Squires, an aeronaut from
Kansas City, made an ascension .of
about 250 feet at Waxahachio Thurs
day when his parachute broke loose
from the baloon and dashed him
downward at a terrible rate, landing
bim in a tree-topand inflicting several
serious wounds. "
Thursday Walter Winters, an
engineer in the employ of the Texas
and Pacific railway, was killed near
Baird. He was carried to Ft. Worth
and buried. He was a citizen of Fort
Worth, 30 years and leaves a wife.
He was killed by jumping from the
engine while approaching a burning
While out hunting Thursday,
about noon, near .fc'ort Worth, con
ductor Mick Deweyer of the Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas railroad,'
was accidentally shot and killed by
his companion, lloadinaster Wright.
Deweyer is a young man about 2G
years of age. single, industrious and
well thought of by all who knew!
him. His family reside in Philadel
phia. His remains will be kept to
await instructions from his home.
A Sau Antonio special savs. A
fplprrrnm Tpfmrfi1 liovo f-r TTnn C! 1
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B. Chilton, general manager of the
southern interstate immiornf inn mn.
vention, states that San Antonio has
been selected as the nlace for hold
ing the great convention next Jan
uary. The vote lacked only one of
oeing unanimous, it will be largest
gathering of outsiders ever assembled
in Texas, and the largest convention
ever held in the south. More than
2000 delegates will be in attendance.
San Antonio is receiving conrrr.irnld.
tions from all over the country, as
JLouisville. Ivy., Atlanta, Ga., Mont
gomery, Ala., and Dallas, Texas,
were trying to get it. The mild
winters climate, healthfulness, and
the spirit of enterprise now dominat
ing there won the day. Low railroad
rates are being obtained from all the
southern and western states.
Deputy Sheriff Dave Morgan,
of New Boston, was shot and in
stantly killed Friday evening by a
negro named Charley Vino at the
Williams plantation on Bed Biver,
about eight miles north of here nevrs
of which reached here lost Friday
night. Morgan held :i warrant for
Vine's arrest for disposing L.f murt
gaged property and had gone there
to arrest him. He was sitting on
his horse parleying with Vino when
Vine picked up an old army musket
and fired the contents into Morgan's
face, killing him instanly. Vine's
brother William was the only wit
ness presant and was arrested and
brought in Saturday evening as an ac
cessory. Ho confesses to haaing as
sisted his brother place the body in
a skiff and carry it to the middle of
the river and trump it in. Tie mur
derer then took the sheriff's horse
and pistol and crossed into Arkansas
and has not yet been captured. Offi
cers are close after him and expect
to get him before morning- Mor
gan's body has not yet been recover
ed from the river.
H. W. Watkins, a prominent
negro of Miller county, Ark., was
shot at Paris Saturday by J. It.
Butler, . a leading planter on. Bed
river. The particulars surrounding
the case are as follows : Watkins,
who is also a fanner on Red river
and a neighbor of Butler's, charged
Butler with the theft of some of his
cattle. James Huddleston, another
neighbor, was enlisted in the con
troversy, and upon making some
statement in reference to the matter
was given the lie by the negro. Hud
dleston at once charged upon his
adversary, Butler remaining on the
ground still interested in what went
on. Soon the trio became involved
in a general row, and in the melee
three or four pistols w.ere drawn
with the result above stated. In a
rjost-mortem examination Col. W. B.
Weeks, foreman of the jury and an
eye witness to the affair, brought in
a verdict in accordance with these
facts. J. R. Butler was released on
bond, which was readily given.
District court is now m session
at Ualdwe'll. Last week was taken
up with the civil cases. B. H. Bar
rett, Seth Shepherd, of Dallas, W
W. Searcy, ftf Brenham, and Harry
Swearingen, of San Antonio, were in
attendance on the court. They were
interested in the case of Killough
vs. Rogers efi al. The suit was for
1100 acres 01 land. Verdict for plain
tiff, but the suit was compromised
by giving half the land to each side.
The litigants would have saved
money by compromising sooner.
United States Marshal Fricke
of San Antonio received news from
Del Rio, Texas, Sunday that six
Chiuamen had been arrested there
while in the act of crossing from
Mexico into the United States. They
will be Btavted for Sun. Francisco in
charge.of two United States deputy
marshals. They will be shipped
back to China from that city.
William Hempstead, anokl man.
was found dead at his .boarding
house Friday night. Morphine was
found in his room, and it is supposed
lw shuffled off by means of this fatal
drug. Papers on his person proved
his residence to be Aurora, III., and
that ho baa a wife and three children
In a restaurant Saturday night
at ureenviiie as a result or a quar
rel, balvator Alfano, head cook, was
disembowelled by Vito Garrela, an
assistant, from the effects of which
Alfano died Sunday. Garella is un
der- arrest. , The killing is believed
to have been justifiable.
A Paris farmer has this year dis
posed of his entire cotton crop at
9 cents, by reason of having care
fully selected his seed and raised an
extra quality of cotton.
One of the boys accessory to the
murder of the deputy sheriff at New
Boston was captured Sunday. Mor
had not been captured.
Mrs. Kate McCartha, of Hemp
stead, died of bronchitis at that place
Sunday. She was the wife of Mr.
Mr. Pat McCartha.
Tho man who was told to keep
watch and ward over his friend's
ohattels, did keep the watch and
then warred againstbeing arrested
lnitIlieM lr'uimile Kegulutor
should be used by the young woman, she
who buffers from any disorder peculiar to her
sex, and at change oflife is a po erf ul tonic;
benefits all who use it. Sold by all druggists.
All men are cranks, but only a
few are rich enough or foolish
enough to show it.
Don't worry your friends and family with
that worn and faded appearand. Git a
bottle of Creole Female Tonic It will
change your pallid cheeks to the rosy hue of
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Tho man at the mast-head has a
by buying your homemade harness of
O. W. Hiss.
Woman conceals only what she
Best & cent Cigar in tho city at the
Santa Fe Saloon.
Taking a bird's-eye view seems
to be-a great oversight.
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Western Dairy and Fancy Cream
ery Butter, Full Cream Cheese,
Danisch and 'Holland Herring,
Pickl6S, and all other perishable
goods. H. FISHER.
Advice to those using glasses
Don't mix your drinks.
Miles' A erve and .Liver Pills
AUI UI1 A. new priliuijjic ivijuiauug fci
liver, stornacn ana ooweis inruugu tut
nerves, a new discovery, ui. mue xuu
speedily cure biliousness, bad tuple, torpid
liver, piles, constipation. TJnequaled for
ttipti- trnmnn. children. Smallest, mildest.
surest! 60 doses, 25 cts. Samples frep, at
dos. xnsiram s aru? store.
He who always respects himself,
will always bo respocted.
Call on C. W. Hess.
and get your buggy harness at six
Small things cease to be small
when their effects are mighty.
Tacoma, Wash., has a well 100
feet deep from which the wind
blows continually. As there is
fifty feet of water in the well .the
source of the wind ls-a mystery.
for Over fifty 'Years
Mm. "YyiNBLOWs booTHEfo bYRUP has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind
colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea.
It will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Sold by druggists in every parrt of
the world. Twenty-nve cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask lor Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing
Syrup," pud take no other kind.
A. mah has not suffered very
deeply unless he is wiser for it.
Com. Oats, Rye, Sran,
Hay, Rust Proot Texas Seed Oats,
Seed Barley. All fresh goods.
k H. Fishes.
So many people expect so much
more than they are entitled to.
Many Persons are hroten
acmZ fim overwork or household, cares,
Brown's Iron Bitters ibmldsthe
Fjrtem, aids digestion, removes excess of bile, i
and cores malaria. Get the genuine.
Friendship between women is
only a suspension of hostilities.
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Lienors! ligoW Lions
Just received two car loads li
quors, consisting of Brandies. Gina.
Blackbory Brandy, French Cog
nac wmsKey an grades in bar
rels, halt barrels and 10 and 5 gal
lon kegs. F. Kbentzlin,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
Pelisrion docs not comnnl a nnr-
son to submit to attempted insults.
Liquors ! Liquors I Liquors I
Just received one car load liquors,
consisting of Alcohol, brandy, gin,
blackberry brandy, whiskey all
grades in barrols, bait barrols
and in o and 10 gallon kegs.
Wholesale tiiqnor Dealer.
Most men are ruined either be
cause of their laziness or alack of
A HBSlSAjm'S 3IISTAKK.
Husbands too often permit wives, and
parents their children, to suffer from head
ache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessrfess, fits,
nervousness, when by the use of Dr. Miles
Restorative Nervine such serious results
could easily be prevented. Druggists every
where say it gives universal satisfaction, and
has an immense sale. Woodworth & Co.,
of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Snow & Co., of
Syracuse, N. Y.; J. C Wlf, Hillsdale,
Mich.; and hundreds ol others say "It is the
greatest Beller they ever knew." It contains
no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book od
Nervous Diseases, free at Jos. Tristram'j
U. S. Gov't Report, Atfg.-i7, iSSg;.
Every ono likes to have nic&
things said about him; totit no ono
has a rigbtto believe" them.
Chase's BarTev Malt Whisky is free frorn
all trace of Verdigris or other impurity.
Being.rich and .nutritious, it builds u6 the
feeble and the consumptive. Sold by.fc.F.
The best wives are the women
who are as good to their husbands
as thoy are to their chifdren. .
SlItTftF fThlll f 11TW To tt call anrl T7iMCOTl
remedy for ChSls and Fever, perfectly taato-
less. ?nM nn a cniflrflnfwv. Tinn'f faiTkfn
try it at Dr. Jos. D. Rogers- w s
A man can better aflord to forget
everything about his neighbors
than that they have memories:
The Greatest Strike.
Among the great strikes, that of-l)r.
Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure
has proven itself to oe one of the 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 soon relieves
short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm, 4
shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppres- .,
sion, swelling ot ankles, smothering rand
heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and
Nervous Diseases,! free. The unequaled
New Heart Cure is t sold and guaranteed by
Jos. Tristram, agent, also his Restorative
Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, hot
iiasnes, nervous emus, opium naDit, etc
A prairie fire is reported to have
been burning in Blaine,county, Ne
braska, for three days'. The loss
BROVrN'S lriUN BITIEHS
Cures Dyspepsia, In
digestion & Debility.
November 5 1857, the ice in tho
Missouri river between B.ansas and
ilissyorLwas frozen so hard that
KcaSs'Crossed on it.
In winter more exercise is required for the
body than in summer.
Wear warm underclothing; material of
open texture is preferable.
Avoid, catching cold, but should you de
velop a cough take immediate steps to get rid
The most effective remedy for coughs or
colds k Marsden's Pectoral Halm ; it is pleas
ant to tale and never fails to cure.
Ask your druggist for it, and don't be per
suaded to take any other instead.
Eocent experiments in Queens
land, have shown that motber-of-pearl
shells can be made -to pro
duce pearls artificially.
taGripjie Once 3Iore.
JIarsden's Pecforal Balm is an unfailing
cure for this dreaddisease. Begin using the
Balm immediately upon discovering the
presence of the disease. It never fails to
A Danish Arctic expedition has
started. Most of tho Arctic ex
plorers become v5-plor,grj jpdeed?
before tilSy" are brouh!- 'tft? .
Messrs. IJ ppman Bros., Savannah, Ga.
Dear Sirs I byught a bottle of your PJJ
at Hot Springs, Art., and it has done me
more pood than thri- mnnri. . ...
the Hot Springs.
Have you no sgents- in this part o'f the
country, or let meknow how much it will cost
to get three or six bottles from, your city by
express. Respectfully yours.
JAS. M. NEWTON",
Aberdeen, .Brown County, O.
Newa.sville, Fla., June 5, iSgr.
Messrs. Lippmann Bros.. Savannah, GaT
Tlrrtr STr T u-ich trt :.. . . . -
...... .S,,E my icumomai in
regard to your valuahjernedicine, P. P. P.
for the cure of rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia, biliousness, etc. In iSot I v7as at
tacked with bilous .muscular rheumatism.
iiuu uj.vc ucai a marryr to it ever since I
tried nil medipin r av. t. -j r ., .
the doctors in reach, but I found only tem
porary relief; the pains were so bad at times
that I did not care whether I lived or
ilien. Iv Hiopstinn titm ... : -j .,
--j --& - wum.. impairea mar
everything I ate disagreed with me. Mv
that her life was a hnrpr, , T, . c, F . .
be confined to her bed for weeks at a rime-
w -ww wcu. siuyirom giddiness and
less of sleen. Snmr timJrt "M . l -,
v;c,i ,n tliZ pTi. 1 f," x was.aa-
... -- ----. j uu oeiore we (my
wile and I) had finished the second bottle of
i . . r. uur uigesuon Degan to improve. Mv
pams subsided so much that I have been able
to work, and am feeling hfce doing what I
haven t done before in a number oVvears.
v t win rnnnniiA aii. n -n t .-'
entirety cured, and will cheerfully recommend
it to all suriermjT hnmmln.
Yours very respectfully,
J. S. DUPRIS&
If there is nnv nnn fhlnn. t.).;.!
the averarre Amerionn inn rn ot,J
luciorny. jt is to tell a parent hov
uuwoum govern tjie other' cbile
C. TY. iftss.
Iij;the place to buy yo
narnesa lor six dollars.