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BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER.
,i, VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1894. NO. d8. , "v. x. r. cckov. X. - V I. r. blUUOX Gurry & Simmons, MMate tents ir Brenham Texas, OflWoverHeber Stone'sBank. vWill do a general Real Estate Business. 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 personal attention. We invite your atten- -tion to the following partial list : Small farm, one mile southeast of Brar ham on Chappell Hill road; 631-4 acres un der good fence and well improved, at a bar rain. ' 5O acres, 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham, on H. & T. C road, 80 acres in cultivation, 2O in timber, all under good fence, good im provement; will sell cheap. One tract of land 4 miles east of Bren ham, 268 acres, 5O m cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham, iBOO acres fine land in Bosquo county, 100 Acres m cultivation, lor sale cheap, or win trade for Washington county property. Ore nice' dwelling, 5 rooms, new and in good epair. for salo cheap. Situated in the southern portion of the city on Day St. 75 acres land in Harris county, fine farm ing jnd, partly fenced, lour miles trom a. & T. C. railroad, can be bought dirt cheap. Nice farm four miles southwest of Bren ham, 159 3-5 acres of rich land, 90 acres in cultivation, balance in pasture, all under good fence, nice dwelling, 2 good rent houses and all conveniences that could be desired. This is cheap dirt. An e'egant farm, 6 miles northeast of iiurton 2iO acres, nico new uwciuug, kiu and saw mill, one tenant house, all in first class repair, for sale at a rare bargain. A nico residence on Sandy street, near the public school, Six rooms below and two above, kitchen, two story stable and bam, smoke house, private water worxs, supply ing houses and garden, size of lot, 75x20s. On the rear of lot. fronting on Compress street, is also a two story dwelling with six rooms. This property wui De soia low down. One brick store house in Caldwell, Texas. for sale cheap. Never vacant. Good pay ing property. For sale, a nice one story residence on Sycamore street, with all necessary conve niences, including waterworks. 103 acres in tho northeastern part of the city, all in cultivation, fine orchards of pears, peaches, plums and figs, nico vineyard and strawberry patch, an elegant fishpond, sup died bv ever-lastine swings, arrangements for irrigating. This place has all kinds of soil, suitable lorany Kina 01 vegetation. or a dairy no place is "better. Nice two story house and outhouses, all conveniences that could bo desired. A fortune for the right man. 54 acres, all in cultivation, two good houses. Also, 83 3-4 acres, i4 in cultiva tion, one acrein vineyard, pear, fig and peach orchard, throe pastures, one house has eight rooms and two eloseb, one servant house, lot and barn, three cisterns and well, and two tanks, any quantity of wood and water, one mile west 01 courthouse. 233 1-3 acres in Coryell county, Dear the Bell county line, 100 acres in cultivation, balance all in cedar timber, not scrubby, but suitable for telegraph poles, six miles from railroad. Can bo bought cheap. One improved (arm, 3 miles from Kenny yille, Austin county, Texas, 400 acres, 125 In cultivation, 75 in pasture and balance in timber, one two story dwelling and two good tenant houses, three good wells. One Brazos bottom farm, 1200 acres, 700 acres in cultivation. 2.3 good tenant houses and stem gin. Tin farm is uell stocked -with gocd tenants and rever ivarfio-A s. One nice one story dwelling with five rooms, in the northeast corner of thp city, on Day street, convenient to public school ana good neighborhood; waterworks on premises. .jieumiilmin unirrr- -- 1 FOR TIRED P. P. P. will purify and vitalize your blood, create a good appetite and give your A prominent railroad superintendent at oavannan. Eunerang wj ua jutuana, vj bik Eta, and Rheumatism says: "After taJctnfj P. P. P. he never felt bo well in his life, and feels as If he could liTeforever, 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 feeling badly in the spring and out of sort, take P. f. P. If your digestive organs need toning up, take P. P. P. If you suffer with headache, IcdiKeetlon, debility and weakness, take p. p. p. If you suffer with nervous prostration, nerves unstruns and a general let down of the system, take P. P. P. For Blood Poison. Rheumatism, Scrof ula, Old Sores, Malaria, Chronic Female Complaints, take P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. The best blood purifier in the world. Wholesale : 1 Druggists, Sole Proprietors, Liprius's Bloce, Savannah, Ga. For Sale by J. TRISTRAM. For Sale by T. TRISTRAM. CARLISLE & HERBST; flen'l Immb Agents, BRENHAM. TEXAS. S Office over Stern & Kolwes' store. JT KEEP YOUR' ON THIS SPACE. Saloon "Legal Tender," TODK2 CTW EXCHANGE HOTEL JOHN W. TEAGUE, Proprietor, New Billiard Tables, Imported Wines, and Foroign Liquors. Every thing firsfc-class. Polite attention toill. PBUNKEHriESS Iiquoh Habit. MJUTSeWBW 7BJ!SlSagTOJfCUSB 8IWrfE3 GOLDEN SPECIFIC Itcan be given In co flee, tea, orlnartlclesoi food, wilhont the knowledge ot patient it necessary; It is absolntelv harmless and will effect a Derma. tnent and speedy cure, whether the patient is a muaeraieurinaerurau aiconouc wrecK. jialv Ett FAILS. It operates so quietly and with such certainty that the patient undergoes no incon venlence, and soon his complete reformation U effected.1 43 pace book: free. To be had ot Sold by Dr. J. D. Rogers, Brenham. Tox INJECTOR! EGEKTUHAiTS FRIEND. Cures all unhealthy sexual discharges of malo and female in 1 to 4 days. Is clean, sure and without bad effects. Sold by drug jjists. Sent to any address with syringe for 51.00. Jlalydor Mfy Co,, Lancaster, Ohio. For Eale bv R. E. Lmw, Druggist, Brenham, Tex. Cookery Cookery, Just received from Encrlish factorv. Eu rope, a large and good assortment of deco rated and plain QUEEN'S-WARE, consist ing of dinner, tea and bed room sets. "Will sell separate pieces or in sets to suit. In spite of tho Mclunley bill, wo are sell ing ame at the same low price as heretolore. Agents for tho F. F. Hille Hamburg Hollow Ground razors. Respectfully, Kn'oop &Schawe J. M. 1ST ASH, DBIsTTIST, BRENHAM. TEXAS. rSr Office under K. ol P. Hall i STATE NEWS. There was a fire in Ft. "Worth Monday. An Opera house 60x100 feet is to be erected at Armarillo. The electric licbt men are quite sanguine of putting in a plant for Cuero. AS5.000 school building has just been completed at Milford, Ellis county. K. Lewis forged the name of 31. Murphy, to a check in Ft. Worth and was captured Monday. Doc McDaniel was placed in jail at Montague, Monday. He was arrested in the Indian iNation. A man named Holman, residing near Hillsboro suicided a few days since by taking strychnine and mor- plnne. There is some talk of organizing a company with a capital of 810,000 to drill for artesian water at Fort Worth. The cattlemen of San Angelo are rejoicing over the raising of the cattle quarantine in the Osage Nation. Large ranchmen of Coleman county are having their ranches cut up into 80 acre tracts for sale to settlers. The Texas and Pacifiic railway has eight suits against it in the Dis trict court of Wood county, for $75,- (OU eacn. Tom Carter, the proprietor of a billiard hall at Cleburne, suicided by shooting himself with a pistol Sun day morning. Marlin has a proposition to nut in a S12,000 ice factory. 'If the"ar tesian well is a success, the contract will be closed. Jno. W. Parham, who escaped from officers at Hillsboro, and was subsequently arrested, has been re leased by paying S250. Geo. Liberty, a merchant of Ft. Worth has mysteriously disappeared and no reasonable explanation can be offered as to his whereabouts. An effort is being made to es tablish a national bank in Whites boro, and is likely something definite will be known within the coming week. Fred Hayes was drowned at Wichita Falls Monday while bath ing in the river north of that place. At last accounts his body had not been recovered. Mike Yawman, a shoemaker of Denison, was arrested there Monday by the Sheriff of Labette county, Kan., for breaking jail at Oswego several months ago. Thos. Uurnes was sand-bagged near San Pedro creek in San An tonio Monday night and found in an insensible condition. The object of his assailant was robbery. Eleven hundred head of cattle were shipped from Black Jack re cently to Belcher, by Howard Bros. Black Jack is fast besoming the cat tle shipping point 01 the East line. The Pecos Valley News says G000 head of sheep were brought by rail from the Southern Pacific rail road to Pecos this week. They were unloaded there and will be driven through New Mexico to Colo rado Springs, Col. Contractor Gub Warnecke, who undertook the sinking of an artesian well in the Volksfest park, Houston, has finished it, having dug to a depth of 425 feet and obtained a flow of 40,000 gallons of water as clear as crystal. On Monday Gov. Hogg ap pointed District Attorney Jas. H Robinson judge of the newly cre ated Fifty-third judicial district of Travis county. Albert S. Burleson, of Austin, was appointed District attorney in his place. Col. Wm. McRae, proprietor of the Mallory hotel, at Corsicana, has received information from Detroit, Mich., informing him that he had won bis suit for damages against the Detroit, Lansing and Northern railway, the judgment being for $91,000. The Celeste Democrat remarks that "Fort Worth is shipping lard to England, and Fort Worth has the packeries and refrigerator and the railroads and she can furnish all Texas with bacon and lard and find a foieign market, in which to sell the surplus." The Kerrville Paper says: A special freight train came up recently loaded with 1100 head of yearlings. This stock was the property of 3Ir. W. W. Odom, and had been shipped from Alice, Texas. Immediately upon the arrival of tho train there ' tho stock was unloaded and started to destinat;on, Coleman county. It was found that only one yearling had died in transit. WHAT THE VETEltANS SAIL Ol' T1IK BItKNHAM UK-UNION. The meeting of the Texas Veteran association in this city has come and gone and may be by some classed as "ancient history." Still, we have no doubt, our people will be interested in reading tho unsolicited expressions of some of those in attendance, in regard to the success of the enter tainment and the boundless hospi tality of the people of this community and county on that memorable oc casion: ' Gen. Walter P. Lane, President of the association said: "The entertain ment was a magnificient success." S. H. Darden, Secretary, said: "The re-union was simply grand."' Mrs. President Jones, of Houston: "The enteitainment was a real feast; a joy long to be remembered." Col. Frank Avers, of Temple said: "The re-union was the best I have ever attended, no place could excel it except TenHple." Col. Munger of Lampasas, said: "The entertainment exceeded all ex pectations, and everybody expected Brenham to do well." Capt. Hokernot, of Gonzales, said: "The people of Brenham fully sus tained the reputation of the city for hospitality and gave every ..veteran entire satisfaction." Ex-Gov. Lubbock of Austin, said: "The entertainment of the Texas veteran's has been grand every where, but this tho grandest." Col. Jim Matson, of Hubbard city, said: "I feel proud of my old friends and neighbors, and every veteran here is delighted." Capt. Brit. Dawson, of Dawson, said: "This entertainment of the Texas Veteran Association has never been equaled.'" John B. Baylor (fighting Jack) of Uvalde, said: "This caps the climax, beats tnem all. Good, good enough." Three veteran's who were heard discussing the entertainment by the Banxeb reporter and whose names he did knew 6poke as follows: "Did you ever see anything like it. Splendj, splendid, could not be oeiier., L. C. demons, of Brenham, said: "I have attended nearly every one of the eighteen re-unions held by the association, and while they were all good, still Brenham is entitled to the blue ribbon." Mrs. President Jones sent Dr. Styles, whose guest she was while in the city, a box of fine cigars as a feeble token of her appreciation of his and his wife's kindness. These are but a very few from a very large number of expressions heard, during the re-union. Every where, at every turn, the old veteran's could be heard saying something complimentary about the city and her people. Who does not feel amply and abundantly compensated for all the work done, all the trouble to which they were subjected, for all the sac jifices made and all the money" paid by those contributing to the joy of these grand old people in the glo rious evening of their lives. Se are enjoying in peace the s of their toils, sacrifices and heroism and are full of rejoicing that they were our guests on the 55th anniversary of one of the most memorable engagements in all his tory. A Large Dose of MAGUIRE'S CITSDURANQOJ taken in the morning, ono hour before breakfast, piev ents indigestion and headache, removes costiveness and regulates the liver. One man strikes for the right and another writes for the strike. Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy, a marvelous cure for CatiuTb, Dipihena, Canker mouth and Headache. With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal injector for the more suc cessful treatment oi these complaints without oxtra, charge. Price 60c Sold by B. E. Luhn and Thos. Watson, Burton. When the other man begins to quote statistics you may assume that you have won tho argument. Oh. What A Cough. Will vou heed the morninc. The fienal perhaps as the sure approach of that more terrible disease Consumption. Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c, to run the risk and do nothing for it. We know from experience that Shiloh's Cure will euro your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold in the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. for lame os.es, side or chest use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by I R. E. Luhn and Thos. "Yatsoni Burton. ' Four million seven hundred thou sand dollars is the sum total of the appropriation bill. m Sugar Chill is as sweet as sugar. Children cry for it. Sold on guarantee. No cure no pay. By Dr. Jos. D. Rogers. Highest of all in Leavening Power. .1 &&m twMu6r ABsoi&rreiaf PURE The great end of life is not knowl edge but action. Many Persons are broSen down from overwork or household cares. Brown's Iron Bitters rebuilds the system, aids digestion, removes excess 01 bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine. Early risers are conceited all the forenoon and stupid all the after noon. Will be Giten Away. Our enterprising druggist, Jos. Tristram, who carries the finest stock of drugs, per fumeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges, eta, is giving away a large number of trial bottles of Dr. Miles' celebrated Restorative Nervine. He guarantees it to cure headache, dizziness, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the ill effects of spirits, tobacco, coffee, ,etc. Druggists say it is the greatest seller they ever knew, and is universally satisfactory. They also guarantee Dr. ililes' New Heart Cure in all cases of nervous or organic heart disease, palpitation, pain in side, smother ing, etc Fine book on "Nervous and Heart Diseases" free. Truth more easily comes out of error than out of confusion. Lord Bacon. A trial will convince the m03t skeptical that "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure"3grwrmt its name implies, a 'Certain cure." Sold by Jos. Tristram. An intelligent assent is an assent based upon knowledge. Froni the Tar Heel Country. Knott, Hennesee & Co.. Brindleton, N. C, writes that Huckleberry Cordial sells better with every satisfaction for bowel troubles and children teething, and commend it to every motcer, the pnysiclan ol the home. If a little knowledge is daneerous where then is the maawho is out of danger. Salvation Oil i3 repeating its cures of headache, rhenmatism, neuralgia and tooth- acne everyday, until tneyvnave become mo uuionous. 1 itce zo cents. The devil would persist in bothering Mar tin Luther until the bald head monk dis patched him With a bottle of ink: so we learn that a bottlejol ink might rid you of any cevii; put a Dottie ot ur. .Blurs uougn syrup will always rid you of any cold. At all dealers- Price 25 cents. Logical consequences are the scarecrows of fools and the beacons of wise men. A Disfigured Countenance. 3Iany people who would scarcely notice an armless or a legless man will instantly detect and remark on any blemish of the hu man face, and dive into all sort3 of specula tions as to its cause and attendant circum stances. If you doubt this assertion become possessed of a discolored optic and note how much attention it will invite. A black eve is Generally abvoidable. but blotches. pimples and other scrofulous and eruptive maris, steal upon us without warning, and uru ireijueuuy iuc lira), imuiiuuuii ui llJB iacL that our blood is going wrong. A prompt and systematic use of P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium), will purify the blood, cleanse the skin and give back to the tace nature s iamiiiar, niady tigns ol health. Get it Of your druggist. i i m An immense ship yard is to be built at Norfolk, Va. f ALVE8TON, .Texas, Aug. 24 Messrs. David Fly & Co. Gentlemen: We, the undersigned citizens of Galveston, hav ing fully tested your "ili Liver Pills " take reat pleasure in indorsing everything said y Hon. J. E McComb as to their efficacy. P. 'Cannon, K. B. Hawley.J1. L. Lane, John D. Settle, John W. Harris, J. Seins heimer, Wm. H. Sinclair. The Virginia State Press Associa tion intends visiting Texas next fall. Kev. P. C.Iglehart, Newark, N. J., writes: '"A corn on the toe is a thorn in the llesh, which "C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure," most effectually removes.. Sold by Jos Tristram. A car works is to be moved from Bochester, N. T., to Johnson City, Tennessee. "Nip your cough in the bud" by taking "C. C. C. Certain Cough Cure," a pleasant and effectual remedy. Sold by Jos. Tristram. m When two girls meet they kiss. When two men meet they don't. This shows plainly who wants kiss ing the most. m Abbott's Kast Indian Corn l'nint Eradicates Corns, Bunions and Warts where all other remedies fail. Mr. Iveely has piepared a maga zine article on latent forces. This in believed to be tho kind of force that is used in niotorless motor. Death and taxes are not the only certain tics: "C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure," is a dead certain care for corns and bunions. I Sold by Jos Tristram. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Illinois will appropriate $500,000 for an exhibit at the world's fair. Pure and rich, possessfne all the nutritious properties of malt, Chase's Barley Malt Whiskey is a perfect Tonic for building lip tne system. L. F. Grassmuck, Sole Agent, Foreign steamship lines are angry at having to return objectionable emigrants. Answer This; Question. WBy do so'many people we see around U3 seem to prefer to suffer and be made mis erable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizzi-' ness, Loss of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow Sun, when for 76c we wilL sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guarantee to cure them. Sold'by E. E. Luhn and Thos Watson, Burton. Ch'ill is having a terrible time fight ing. Trade is paralyzed. " IADrES Needing a tonic, or children who want build. Ing up. should tate "BUOWN'S IKON' BITTERS. It is pleasant to take, cures Slalana, Indl eestlon. Biliousness and liver Complaints. Iron mill owners and coal pro ducers in Pennsylvania and Ohio profess to regard "the coming strike with indifference. jyj"EssERS. David R. Flv & Co., Galves-i'-L ton, Texas: have been using; your Fly's EH Liver Pills for about 12 months ; hnd tnem the best 1 have ever tried for coi stioation. disordered stomach, lazv tornii liver, indigestion, loss ofappatite, msomnjaS. I would not be without them. I takereHiaJilte' pleasure in recommending them.iIrfu?' them especially adapted to the necessities, of men who travel, change water. dietctc, lose sleep. They are certainly a panacea for all those ills. Yours respectfully. J. E. MoCOMB. U. S. Atty., E. D. 1. In San Francisco last week 1000 shoemakers struck because a paten lasting machine was introduced. - J",r'r "'For Over Fifty Vears OIrsWinslows Soothixq SyEOT has beea used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gum3, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poorKttle suffererimme diately. Sold by drugpSt3 in. every parrt of the world. Twenty-fivB cents a bottle. Be sure and ask lor Mrs. "Wiyjslow's. Soothing, Syrup," and take no other kind. 3 1 New York will not let Italians sweep the streets. A sore leg, the flesh a mass of disease, yet P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Po tassium), achieved wonderful resu the flesh was purified and the bone got sound, and my health was established, says Mr. Jas. Masters, of Savannah, Go. m m Last week 27 Baldwin locomotives were shipped from Philadelphia to New South Wales. The Greatest Strike. v Among the great strikes, that of Dr. Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure has proven itself to be 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, shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppres sion, swelling ot ankles, smothering and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and Nervou3 Diseases, free. The unequaled New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by Jos. Tristram, agent,, also his. Restorative Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, hot flashes, nervous chills, opium, habit, etc , Italy exported last year $24,000, 000 worth of products to the United n States. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This is bejond question tho moaf success ful Cough Medicme we have ever sold, a few doses invariably cures the worst cases" of Cough, Cn. ip and Bronchitis, while its wdn derful success in the cure of Consaiption is without a parallel in the history of medicine. Since its first discovery it has been sold on a guarantee, a test which no other medicina can stand. If you have a cough we earnest ly ask you to try it. Price ice 5OC and SI. If your lungs are sore, chest of back lame, use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by B- E. Luhn. Brenham. and Thos. Watson, Burton. There are 1418 different ways of coupling cars, and 328 different kinda( of padlocks. t m a Sugar Chill Cure is a safe and pleasant remedy for Chills and Fever, perfectly taste less. Sold on a guarantee. Don't fail to try it at Dr. Job. D. Rogers. There are patents out for G51 dif ferent ways of digging potatoes, and 307 different kinds' of hoes. Miles' iXerve and Liver Mils Act on a new princ.ple regulating tho liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Mils speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, vomer, iildrcn. Smallest, mildesV surest! 50 doses, 25 cts. Samples free, at Jos. 1 ristram's drug store. J 1 S