Newspaper Page Text
PieEflnpwSSgwsi "W Sp: ' '&- ---
.-'BRENHAM, TEXAS, THIIRSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 189 J.- jSilJMBER::;S,
1 -. '""-
"-&r n i inlaa 'q aJBL -& H 1- y fPft i
CKamage BeUSfViU Mingle With Christ
Any one who has followed the
1 society column's announcements
of "weddings knows what an
enormous wealth of veils and
srange blossoms is in prepara
tion for the holidays. Next to
the "Wednestay following Easter
the most fashionable wedding
day in all the year comes the
Sappy Christmastide. So the
jfew days that intervene between
this period and the New Year
31 resound with the merry
vpeal of wedding bells. Just how
sriany Hymenial nooses will be
adjusted beneath the Christmas
mistletoe we, of course, can't
say, but the weddings during
the interim alluded to promise
$o eclipse all records both in
numbers and in the prominence
t the contracting parties and
the brilliancy ith which the
several matrimoniaf' events will
kelebrated. And these Christ-
f brides .are all sucb bonnie
i who have been so popular
society. The Banner without
3cial authority takes the Iiber-
rof announcing two weddings
scheduled for today, (Wednes
day). There are probably oth
- The first of 'these weddings will
take place ateleven o'clock at the
residence of the bride's mother
ion Sycamore street. It will be
solemnized according to the im-
Ljressive ceremony of the Epis
copal church, Rev. George
jjJoyd officiating. The contract-
parties are Miss Jonriie
'.Hughes of this city and lfr.
3&5rrissBurns pf Giddings. Both
-wrrt oYirl Vitiiv nro 1nTo-i1tr
jjj.xw.. uuu uvw w.. .Hj
Connected with the best families
lqf their respective sections and.
the- ceremony will be witnessed
t A number of mutual relatives.
16 groom holds a responsible
pitionwith the Central Rail-
id at Giddings, and thither
iH conduct his fair bride on the
0;6a passenger. The grrQm and
rty, consisting of . himself, his
sr, "Miss Daisey, Mr. Mas
snsch and sister, and others
ame down last evening.
I Another wedding which takes
l&ce today will unite in Hymen's
itoly b?nds' Mr. Emil Edward
'j&aery and Miss Elma Emma
itoch, two of the city's most
jjbpular young people. The
patrimonial reporter is not yet
$o!o to give the details and will
jorve particulars for a subse
The following is a list of'the
ice licenses issued from
county clerk's office for the
: ending December 21.
Etav Stolz and Emma
lert Banks and Eliza Ann
ImOre Caruthers and
Iry Fehler and Bertha
. Ella Black.
i Jennie L.
puse at Ard-
rry, a Dncic
fire on the
jf an incen-
r$ i I j I i I I v II i J vi I y si i i i i" '-rffiki'
IWI f m k a I 1 m II i 1 1 ar'M H B H 8 & J I . IWH
1 n i II IB r I i I II 1 I I II II 11 i J , :m
' - ' ' , . , . JmH
11 . . .. , ' - ',, . . -TgrJ&W-'
,;.;i .;. .. 260 Pairs AlLAVool Blankets, from $1.50 up. V- y .
. . " ;: An; Extra Fine 10-4 Whiteool Blanket for $3.45. Regular , Price. $5,00.V.4.,. ' '
, . An Extra Large 11-4 White Wool Blanket for $4.45. Regular: Price $6.00... 3
An. Extra Heavy, Extra-Large, 2-4 White Wool Blanket for "$5.85. Regular PncS;9.$0..
150 Sample .Gapes The style of the Season, in Cloth and Plush, ranginginiPricer
.. . '-.' ;' . ' ;' just X of their. regukHprice. ':i: -'-:-?:'
-, V Si -- ,
.- '"- '-. -' I
;11.50, to, .15.00
";2 cases Lonsdall Green Tag, yard wide, Bleached Domestic 'at'Sy cents a .yafdl-V --:- ''.';,.
Extra? Heavy Bleached Canton Flannell the cind that is very seldom found inf-Bfnham stores; -vhg'
'y- y-- but often asked' for only 10c a yard. -'$- ' ".' '' JV: -.'""' "'' V.S
GLi)tH!NQ. , - '?
i , ,.,,
.0,ur;;Stock of Fall Clothing, has been greatly, reduced, and-to sell the Remainder .:,:
'f The COST. will not'.'be considered.; ;.. ,
mmiiiwbjiwi'j i ?iii iiiiiiri'irnHB"' I V. p'
r i mi i i' wp ip 4 jw h i&f
, TIV v. . -J ' '.
: - :
.-,- .,- .r-Mersgifieits0'n:o4
-. . . . - .
Boys Jy.ine-buits;lrom $1.50 to 5.65. . - Vv,
" i T IV 1 "D r ' t '' n nr i'"-ir t-tr"- .
vyvercoais lor ivien anu jutys ranging in pnce irom.u lu r&.yj. . jmm
The Goods we are offering are worth THKEETTIMES THE' PRICES.. WE ASK:-, i -y ,M: !
Be sureahdlook: through our stock before you purchase elsewhere, the Goods'.' must, besblandlth'ev g .
- -' i Barprains are Yours for the asking - -. .:- V' .'r-V1:.,1 '.p i ' . :?f
O ; , - O -i ' . ... --!.- :-t -.--. .-'at.
--".." -1 , .?
4 . .. ." -:':
. :.. ,-'.; .t,-.
. . f . p , 1' . , - -
aAj f :f
. , ... fijny, -
. V v5-.
n ouf-ShoeVDepartment we offer our entire Stock of Stylish and ServiceableShdes!l:JCa6es(Je'tit,s :
eldw Market ITalii
At-.35-.Van Elegant Hand Sewed French; Kid Shoes-7-others ask'you ,3.50 for the same; quality. f7 I
k" 'l-'f ;' IVTn'c onrl T?nv'; SKnpc; rpnoincr in .nrirp from 7r'to "4 :R - . . .. - .,-.'.?
Men's and Boy's Shoes ranging in price from 75c to '4.85
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
The Dallas Coffee and Spice
Mills have filed a deed of assign
ment. Gen. T. A. Fuller announces
that he will not be a candidate
for attorney general at the next
J. E. Grizzard, charged with
killing John T. Rankin at Austin,
has been admitted to bail in the
sum of 510,000, J. S. Myrick and
P. J. Lawless becoming his
1 The State Comptroller has
completed the compilation of the
assessment rous lor iy ana
they show the total -valuations of
all property in the State to bo
5854,894,775, an increase over
1896 of 54,585,529. .
The remains of Rev. Cyrus
McPherson, a colored Baptist
preacher who died at Navasota,
were interred at Montgomery,
his old home, last Friday. He
was born in South Carolina,
December 9th, 1797, which makes
him one hundred years old.
A letter from Congressman
Hawley states that Henry M.
Ferguson will be appointed col
lector of internal revenue at uai
veston. Thieves robbed the Catholic
church at Texarkana of the holy
Men's and Youth3 clothing below
the cost of manufacture just to close
them out. If they are not bargains
don't buy 'em, but be sure and look
at them anyhow.
The Harrison Dry Goods Co.
Burglars entered the store
of Mrs. F. Rubiola, in San An
tonio, on the night of the 17th
inst., and carried off an iron, safe
weighing about 300 pounds'. The
safe contained 570 in raon-ey and
vendoc's lein notes amounting
Chief Justice Kotzp,, of the
Transvaal, says that the present
civilization owes more to the
Jewish nation tha'a any other
Sol Edel, charged with'tho
murder of Walter Hughes "at
Houston some time since,, has -been
acquitted, Judge Cavin'
having instructed the jury to do '
so, there being insufficient
evidence against the defendant,
to warrant his conviction.
DOLLS ! DOLES U DOXXS ! I !
We have a very largo stock of;
tOVS and Othor nhrittmmaTirir?a
which we intend to sell cheaper
than ever. See our lnro-o nfnrlr
of dolls. Call around early while
the stock is complete.
O. Schawe & SON