BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER.
Office Low Building, comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice, Brenham, Texas, as second class matter.
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BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1891.
i. p. aruuoxs.
Gurry & Simmons,
Eeal Estate touts
Office Of er Hebcr Stone's Bank.
.Will do a general
Land in Washington
and adjoining counties
for sale. All lands
listed with us, as well
as City Property for,
sale or rent, will be
given- our prompt and
We invite" your atten
tion to the following
. partial list :
One tract or land containing 196 acres,
170 acres in cultivation, 20 in woods pas
ture, well watered, three dwelling houses,
one cost $1,800, good barns, stables and
sheds, three good wells and under good
fence; two miles northwest of Chappell Hill.
Terms to suit purchaser.
Small farm, one milo southeast of Bren
ham on Chappell Hill road; 53 M acres un
der good fence and, well improved, at a bar
gain. 50 'cres, 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham, on
H. & T. C road, 80 acres in cultivation, 20
in timber, all under good fence, good im
provement; will sell cheap.
or exchange for Brenham property; rents
for $85 per month. This property can be
had at a bargain.
One tract of land 4 miles east of Bren
ham, 268 acres, 5O in cultivation.
100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham.
1500 acres fine land in Bosque county, 100
acres in cultivation, lor sale cheap, or will
trade for Washington county property.
One nice dwelling, 6 rooms, new and in
good repair, for sale cheap. Situated in
the southern portion of the city on Day St.
o50 acres land in Harris county, fine farm
ingland, partly fenced, four miles from H.
& T. C. railroad, can be bought dirt cheap.
Nice farm four miles southwest of Bren
ham, l59 3-5 acres of richjand, 00 acres in
cultivation, balance in pasture, all under
good lence, nice aweinng, z guw ,. V
houses and all conveniences that could be
desired. This is cheap dirt.
An elegant farm, 6 miles northeast of
Brenham, 225 acres, nice new dwelling, gin
and saw mill, one tenant house, all in first
&ss repair, for sale at a rare bargain.
HAH END WOMAB.
P. P. P. will purify and vitaUze your
blood, createagoodappetite and give your
whole system tone and strength.
A. prominent railroad superintendent at
Savannah, suffering with Malaria, Djipep
sia, and Kheumalifm says: "After tatlng
P. P. P. he never felt so vreH In his life, and
feels as If he could live forever, if he could
always get P. P.P."
If you are tired out from over-work and
close confinement, take
P. P. P.
If you are feeltnc badly in the spring
and out of sort, take
P. P. P.
If your digestive organs need toning up,
P. P. P.
Ifyou suffer with headache, indigestion,
debility and weaknens, fake
P. P. P.
If you suffer with nervous prostration,
nerves unstrung and a general let down
of tits system, uka
P. P. P.
For Blood Poison. Bheumatism, Scrof
ula, Old Sores. Malaria, Chronic Female
P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best blood purifier In tha world.
TjppHAN BEOS.. Wholesale Druggists,
LrmiuTs Blocs, Savannah, Ga.
For Sale by J. TBISTRAM.
For Sale by . TRISTRAM.
CARLISLE & MEREST,
deifl Insurance Agente,
0 Office over Stem. & Kolwea' store. . .
Sweet Pickles in Barrels.
Dill Pickles, Compressed
Mince Meat, tno finest lot
Bottle Pickles, all
I Sizes, Choice
Pre$erv8$ and Jellies,
The Largest .Assortment of
Groceries in the city. Prices
are low as we have to sell.
Goods" on the way always.
Orders promptly filled and de
livered. J. H. QTJBBE.
Saloon "Legal Tender,"
TTNDEB XEW 2XCHANGE HOTEL
JOHN W. TEAGUE, Proprietor,
2ew Billiard Tables, Imported
Wines, and Foreign Liquors. Every
thing first-class. Polite attention
y bouoR Habit.
It can be given in coffee, tea, or In articles ol rood,
without the knowledge ol patient l( necessary:
It Is absolutely harmless and will effect a perma
nent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a
moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. IT NKV
B FAILS. Itoperatei so quietly and with such
certainty that the patient undergoes no Incon
venience, and soon nis complete reformation U
effected. 43 page book free. To be had of
Sold by Dr. J. D. Rogers, Brenham, Tex
Cures all unhealthy sexual discharges of
mala onrl Tamol. in 1 trt 4 dilVS. Ts rfftftn.
nrJ OTtlinllt "A flffp.PtR. Sold hv dnif?-
gists. Sent to any address with syringe for
51AW. juaiyaor niiy- -u umuawr, umu.
for saie uv n. x jjuuk,
Druggist, Brenham, Tex.
It is acknowledged by all to be THE BH6T.
Notice TKADU-MAIUw anil ISABEL.
BEWARBot "Scovii, Patterns," so callcil-
WMM 1, flHJECTKri
Hi Wfup run ntlinM
Usssssssssal '7u pp . , sssssssilssssl
Cattlemen are holding their cat
tle for better prices.
Colorado. Mitchell county, is
putting in an ice factory.
A large number of residences
are going up at Clarendon.
There has been six murders
committed in Dallas during the
A case of confluent smallpox
has been developed near New
The new Chestnut street block
in Abilene will be built of brick and
Contracts for several fine 'build
ings will probably be let in Palestine
Gertrude Kirchner jumped from
a street car at San Antonio Monday
and broke her leg.
Adolph Pari suicided near Cor
pus Christi by shooting himself
with & shot-gun recently.
Eastland county has under con
sideration the construction of three
or four bridges in the county.
Dink Davis, of Weatherford,
who was shot last week by Prof.
Moore, at Poolville, died Monday.
A fire at Seymour Sunday night
destroyed a block of frame build
ings. Loss S7000, insurance 5000.
Terrell has leased her water
works to the Terrell ice light and
water company for a period 30
Bob Jenkins and his father-in-law
Henry P. Chambers were found
killed about fourteen miles from
Bastrop is going to have an ar
tesian well for a water supply. The
new brick blocks there are rapidly
Ed Scott and W. B. Anson two
men who burglarized the gun store
of Hummell & Son at San Antonio
have been arrested.
Ella Harris took an ounce .of
landamm at Sulpher Springs Mon
day and came near dying. She
thought that just a uose.
i-Two menliave been arrested at
Clarendon who are thought to be
Melton andDunlap the murderers
of S. D. McClennan of Waco.
Patrick Kelly tried to commit
suicide in Houston Monday by cut
ting his throat but made a failure,
though he made two bad wounds.
H. T. Hunter was struck on the
head with a piece of buggy shaft at
Dallas Sunday by James Lewis
from the effects of which he died
Charlie Johnson was killed
Sunday morning at Texarkana while
switching cars. , Ho fell and the
wheels of two cars run over both
legs gust below the knee.
The Hartley town company has
contract for a complete system of
waterworks with two miles oi mains.
Work will begin at once, the engine
and machinery having already been
J. S. Morris who recently broke
guard has been captured near Quan
nah. While searching for him John
Freeman and Will Hill, wanted in
Montague county for horse stealing
Ft Worth is protesting against
other towns sending their cases of
smallpox there because she takes
good care of them. They claim to
have been imposed on this way five
times this season.
A firm in Waco which failed a
short time since owed a New Or
leans firm a considerable amount.
They sent H. N. McElroy there to
make a settlement. He arranged to
get $1750 of the amount, and then
cowbided J. H. Solomon of the de
funct firm, for which he was arrest
ed. He wired his house that he col
lected 81750 and cowhided Solomon
for the balance.
fhflold be displayed ia traying snedV
eine above all tilings. In teloetSug
remedy for say dissase, you should be
posrttfe that it ooatsiss nothing injo
tiouito the health. Kaay remedies
on the market tesro the patient in a
moeh -worse condition, than beforo
s. s. s.
In purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
take it with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
In the April number of The
Forum, Representative E. Q. Mills,
of Texas, will make a critical analy
sis of the. census, to show that it is
so seriously defective as to be use
less. In the same number of The
Forum, Senator Hoar, of Massachu
setts, who was the champion of the
Election Bill in the Senate, con
structs an argument to prove that
the Republican party was untrue to
its precedents and to its principles,
because the late Congress adjourned
without enacting the Election Bill.
He argues that the series of great
historical achievements of the Re
publican party suffered so serious
a breach by this inactivity, that they
must find new vigor to make its
future in any way worthy of its pa3t.
Other articles in this number will
be, "A Study of the Problem of
Poverty in Great Cities," by the
Rev. Dr. Rainsford, of New York;
an autobiographical essay by Prof.
Simon Newcob, the astronomer; an
explanation of the feats of so-called
mind-readers, by Prof. Chas. Gatch
elL, of the University of Michigan,
who shows that "mind-reading" is
really muscle-reading; a comparision
of railway rates in the United States
and in other countries, to ascertain
whether our rates are really high.
Secretary of War Proctor is in
the state on a tour of inspection of
the various army posts, accompanied
by his private secretary Captain
Woodruff, Quarter-master Batchel
der, Gen. Williamson and Major
At a country school house near
Leonard, R. D.McCarthy, 35 years
of age knocked Jno. Haynes a 14
year old boy down several times,
when at length the boy got out his
knife and began stabbing McCar
thy,' sticking the knife in his groin
and breaking it off.
N. Burgett, ari engineer on the
Houston: and Texas Central was
sent to the asylum January 2nd, and
his condition reported later to 'his
wife, whois said to be a lady of re
finement, to be improving with
Btrong hopes of his recovery. It has
just been reported to her that her
husband died February 2nd and was
buried in the asylum grave yard.
She now goes to Terrell to learn
why she was kept in ignorance of
his death for nearly two months.
The matter has been telegraphed to
Abbott's East Indian Corn Faint
is a quick cure for Corns, Bunions and
The cool weather has kept the
Wheeler county fruit crop back, and
there is now a prospect for a large
Heart disease is usually suoDosed lo be in
curable, but when properly treated a large
proportion oi cases can oe cureu. inus
Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Flkhart. Ini. and
Mrs. Mary L, Baker, of Ovid, Mich., were
cured after suffering 20 years. S. O. Lin
burger, druggist at San Jose, HI., says that
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, which cured the
former, "worked wonders for his wife,"
Levi Logan, of Buchannan, Mich., who had
heart disease for 30 years, saya two bottles
made him "feel like a new man." Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure is sold and guaran
teed by Jof. Tristram, agent. Book of won
derful testimonials free.
Abilene Reporter: S. K. Cox is
preparing to irrigate five acres on
his farm twelve miles northeast of
this city for the growing of vege
Snrsr Chill is as sweet as suear. Children
cry writ. Sold on guarantee. No cure no
pay. By Dr. Jos. D. Rogers.
Tha Payette county corn crop will
be fully 25 per per cent greater than
that of last season. A larger oat
crop has also been sown.
A National Event.
Thr holdini of the World's Fair in a city
scarcily fifty years old will he a remarkable
event but whether it will really benefit this
natioi as much as the discovery oi the Re
storative Nervine by Dr. Franklin Miles is
doubiral. This is just what the American
peopfe need to cure their excessive nervous
ness, dyspepsia, neaaacne, tnT..ine, biccu
lpjLn. neuralria. nervous debility, dull
ness, confusion of mind, etc. It acts like a
riism. Trial bottles and fine book on
"Neivous and Heart Diseases." with une-
ribd testimonials, free at Jos. Instrams
g store. It is warranted to contain no
opiirn, morpmne or aanguruus uiuga.
Since the cold weather Haskell
county wheat and oatB are improving
A nnhle rnrord in life savinr is accorded
to Maguire's Cundurango, the universal
melicine. It routs disease, whether located
in the lungs, liver, kidneys, stomach, or any
of the organs. 75 cents per bottle; we pay
eirrcs sage when three bottles are ordered.
J. fc C. Maguire, St. Lonis, Mo.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
ABSOUUTElsY r PURE
Clarendon Traveler: A lar
force is at work on the railroad ma
chine Bhons extension at this nlace.
and the new machinery will soon be
placed m position.
Oomfort anil O.. m wftltfinfr ic n-rnot
lllYlltT ft Tin iVin na cnnnivl it vrstn nw
troubled with Corns, by using "C. C. C.
Certain Corn Cure," "Warranted.
Sold by Jos Tnstaun.
m fc s 1 . , .
Yoakum gets the $10,000 gin. So
says the, Graphic
Skin and scalp diseases, the head at times
a little running sore, the body entirely cov
ered with sores as large as a quarter ol & dol
lar, and no medicine nad the desired effect
until P. P. P- was taken. The disease
yielded at once, and P. P. P. proved itself
tno oest oioou puriner 0: tne age.
Nacogdoches Chronicle; There
are now several saw mills in this
county on the line of railroad, all
doing a lucrative business.
T!nraTnolaa owillc lim h.il r.n
scales, and scabs on the leg have been en-
tiwlv Pllrivl Tuitli tr P P V !, mr..f Tt.nn-
derful blood medicine of the day.
Wolfe citv, savs the Chronicle.
never does things by half. The
stove ioundry, winch some people
said would never be built, is comple
ted and m good running order.
Sore Throat. Hackim rnrirh. rhtl
rains, etc. cured by taking the great remedy
"C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure."
Sold by Jos. Tristram.
E. L. French. Shendun. Va.. will
start a tile and pressed brick works
at that place.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a marvelons
cure for Catarrh, Dipthena, Canker mouth
and Headache "With each bottle there is
an ingenious nasal injector for the more suc
cessful treatment ol these complaints without
extra, charge. Price 50c. Sold by B. B.
jjooii ana xnos. wauon, tsurton.
Bemeruber the silver bill doesn't
prevent the free coinage of industry
and good judgment into gold or sil-
Many Persons are broken
down from overwort or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds tha
yrtem, aids diwtioti. removr C'Cs of bilfy
and cures iii.inn Oct tiie genuine.
If the mice have ffirdled the trees.
they can be saved by grafting if the
wors is done early.
( AI.VK8T0N, Texas, Aug. 24 Messrs.
David Fly i Co. Gentlemen: "We,
the undersiened citizens of Galveston, hav
ing fully tes.td your "ili Liver Pills" take
great pleasure in indorsing everything said
by Hon. J, E McComb as to their efficacy.
F. Cannoi., K. B. Hawlev. F. L. Lane.
John D. f-ettle, John W. Harris, J. Seins-
heimer, Wm. H Sinclair
Spinach and dandelions can be
shown for greens as soon as the-soil
will work in a good tilth.
Shiloh'a Consumption Cure.
This is b:jond question the most success
ful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a
few doses invariably cures the worst cases of
Cough, Cr. p and Bronchitis, while its won
derful success in the cure of Consumption is
without a parallel in the history of medicine.
Since it first discovery it has been sold on a
guarantee, a test which no other medicine
can stand. Ifyou have a cough we earnest
ly ask you to try it. Price 10c 5OC and SI.
If your lungs are sore, chest of back lame,
use bhiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by B. E.
Luhn, brenham. and Thos. Watson, Burton.
Clover is better than grass to seed
down an orchard. Be sure that the
trees are well established before
Ifyou are offered a bottle of Salvation
Oil, without wrapper, or mutilated or de
faced, don't buy it at any price, you may be
f ure that there is something wrong It may
be a wortblecs or a dangerous counterfeit.
Insist upon getting a perfect, unbroken, gen
uine package in a yellow wrapper.
If j ou have to be out in all sorts of weath
er, and can't afford to lay by, you cannot
afford to be without Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
It is the best remedy for coughs and colds.
Strawberries and other plants that
keep their green leaves during the
winter, are easily smothered if they
are mulched too deed.
Oh, What A Cough.
Will vou heed the morning;. The sicnal
perhaps as the sut approach of that more
terrible disease Consumption. Ask yourself
ifyou enn afford for the sake of savin c 50c,
to run the risk and do nothing for it. We
know from experience that Shiloh's Cure
will cure your cough. It never fails. This
explains why more than a Million Bottles
were sold in the past year It relieves cronp
and whooDinc couch at once. Mothers, do
not be without it. For lame back, side cr
chest use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by
rw. i.unn anaTnos. Watson, liurton.
U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
Poultry manuremixed with plaster
makes a good garden manure.
Chase's Barley Malt "Whisky absolutely
Chase's Barley 3Ialt Whiskey rich and -cycr.llent.
Chase's Barley Malt Whisky strengthens
Chase's Barley Malt Whiskey aids diges
tion. L. F. Grassmuck, Sole Agent. ,
Mix the manure well with the soil
in applying around transplanted
Answer This Qnestion.
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ness, Loss of Appetitej Coming up of the
Food, Yel!ow Skin, when for 75c we will
1-All !.,-. CV.'l.L). TTTiV .
ocii uiou oiuiuus riiauzer, guarantee to
cure them. Sold by R.E.Luhn and Thos.
Ten thousand tieonle arp Rnftfirinrr
from the grip at Minneapolis.
It you feel weak
and all worn out take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Eva Mann has decided to make
her permanent home at Carbondale,
P. P. P. makes costive cures oi all stafM
of Rheumatism, Syphilis, Blood Poison,
Scrofula, Old Sores, JSczema, Malaria, and
Female complaints. P. P. P. is a powerful
tonic, and an excellent appetizer, building up
the system rapidly. -
T. J. lillard will nrobahlv orf.
an electric light plant atElkin, N. C.
When it is considered Hint tha mnt.n
of diaths from consumption is 91 per thous-
sum aKiunsc oo per one tnousana ot any otn
er malady, how important to guard against
a slight cold. Taylor's Cherokee remedy "of
Bweet Gum and Mullein is' the great medi
cine for coughs, colds and consumption.
It is rumored that boiler works
will be established at Chattanooga,
Ayi"ES3EM. David IL Fly& Co, Galves
ton, Texas: have been using your
Fly's Eli Liver Pills for about 12. months ;
find them the best I have ever tried for con
stipation, disordered stomach, lazy 'torpid
liver, indigestion, loss of appetite, insomnia.
I would not be without them. I take great
pleasure in recommending them. 'I find
them especially adapted to the necessities
of men who travel, change water, diet, eta,
lose sleep. They are certainly a panacea for
all those ills. Tours respectfully.
J. E. McCOMB, IT. S. Atty., E. D. T.
A hardware factory, Jto cost $26,
700, is to established at Middloville,
JUHes' Nerve and .Liver Pills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach) and bowels through the
nerves. A, new discovery. Dr. Miles' Klls
speedily cure biliousness, bad' taste, torpid
liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for
men, women, children. Smallest, mildest,
surest! 50 doses. 25 cts. Samnles free, at
Jos. Tristram's drug store.
E. H. Mason, of Atlanta, da., mill
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establish a machine shop in Madi
for Over Titty Sears
Mrs. WissLOws Sootheto STRtr has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the chad,
softens the gnms, 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-hve cents a bottle. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. "WinsloVs Soothing
Syrup," and take no other kind.
The establishment of a $25,000
cotton factory is talked of at Thoni
aston, 6a. ,
Corn on the stalk is an emblem 01 .plenty
A corn on the too is an emblem of 1 woo.
Remove them quickly by using "C C C
Certain Corn Cure"' the great remedy for
Corns and Bunions.
Sold by Jos Tristram.
E. M. Lewis will rebuild his ma
chine shops, reported as burned, at
Cronp and Whooping Cough in children
speedily relieved and cured by J'C C, C
Certain Cough Cure." Warranted.
Sold by Jos. Tristram.
A shoe factory employing three
or four hundred hands is among
Greenville's possibilities, according
the Herald. The representatives
are in the state, and will soon make
Greenville a proposition.
Sugar Chill Cure is a safe and pleasant
remedy for Chills and Fever, perfectly taste
less. Sold on a guarantee. Don't fail tr
try it at Dr. Jos. D. Sogers.
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