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BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER.
VOLUME XXVI BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1894. NO. 24. i. r. snoiox Gurry & Simmons, 'Brenham, Texas. Office'overlHeber Stone'sJBank. "Will do a general real estate business. Land in Washington and adjoining counties for sale. All lands listed with us, as wejl as city property for sale or rent, will be gven our prompt and personal attention. e in cite your attention to the following partial list: Small farm, one mile southeast of Bren ham on Chappell Hill road; 63 1-4 acres un--der good fence and well improved, at a bar gain. 50 acres, 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham, on H. & T. C road, 30 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 in cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham. 10OO acres fine lend in Bosque county, 100 acres in cultivation, tor sale cheap, or will trade for Washington county property. One nice dwelling, 6 roomSy new and in good repair, for sale cheap. Situated in the southern portion of the city on Day St. 750 acres land in IL-jris county, fine tann ing land, partly fenced, four miles from H. & T. C. railroad, can be bought dirt cheap. Nice farm four miles southwest of Bren ham, i59 3-5 acres of rich land, 90 acres in cultivation, balanca in pasture, all under food fence, nica dwelling, 2 good rent ouses and all conveniences that could be desired. This is cheap dirt. Antlegant firm, 5 miles northeast of Burton 225 acres, nice new dwelling, gin and saw mill, ono tenant house, all in first dass repair, for sale at a rare bargain. A nice residence on Sandy street, near the public school, six rooms below and two above, kitchen, two story stablo and barn, smoke house, private water works, 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 will bo sold lpw 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. 108 acres in the northeastern part of the city, all in cultivation, fine orchards of pears, ppaches, plums and figs, nica vineyard and strawberry patch;, an elegant fish pond, sup plied by ever-lasting springs, arrangements for irrigating. This place has all kinds of soil, suitable for,any kind of vegetation. For a dairy no place is better. Nice two story house and , outhouses, all conveniences that could be desired. A fortune for the right man. 233 1-3 acres in Coryell county, near the Bell county line, 100 acres in cultivation, baltnce all in cedar timber, not scrubby, but suitable for telegraph poles, Eix miles from railroad. Can be bought cheap. One improved larm, 3 miles from Kenny ville, Austin county, Texas, 400 acres, 125 in cultivation, 10 m pasture ana Dalance in timber, one two story dn elling and two good tenant houses, tnree good wells.- One Brazos bottom farm, 1200 acres, 700 acres in cultivation. 23 good tenant houses and steam gin. This farm, is well stocked with good tenants and never overflows. Ope nice one story dwelling with five rooms, in the northeast comer of the city, on Day street, convenient to public school and good neighborhood; waterworks on prem ises. 886 acres in Hill county, seven miles north otHubbatd City, 600 acres in prairie, bal anca in timber, well watered, all rich land, for sale, cheap at $10 per acre. 80 1-4 acres improved farm, 1 mile east of Win. irenn, 40 acres in cultivation, balance in woods pasture, all under fence, new five room house and outhouses, plenty cood water, for sale or trade. One nice C-room dwelling on East Main street, for sale at a bargain. 100 acres of timber land (cedar and post oak) about 18 miles south of Gatesville, price $10 pei acre. 17s acres 3 1-2 miles north of Cameron, SO acres in cultivation, SO in prairie, balance in timber, bottom land, price $12 per acre. 400 acres 6 miles south of Leon Junction, in Coryell county, on Texas & St. Louis By, 45 acres in cultivation, 250 in ieavy postoak and valley land, 80 acres in cedar, balance broken, fine grazing land, price, S8 per acre. IDS acre farm, 9 miles west of Brenham on Greenvine road, 65 acres in cultivation, bal ance in pasture, good house with four rooms good spring in pasture, one rent house, all under good wire fence. 301 1-2 acre farm. 18O acres under fence, 100 in cultivation, 40 acres in pasture, 119 in timber, good house, kitchen and servant house, thee log cribs and stables, good wa ter, situated about 12 miles northeast of Brenham. B bargain. 128 acre impioved farm in Zionsville, six miles from Brenham, CS acres in cultivation, 10 acres in pasture, 60 acres in timber, two houses and one blacksmith hop, one good well, crib and stable to each house, nice vineyard on place. For sale cheap. llO 1-2 acre farm, nine miles northeast of Brenham, b5 acres in cultivation, 8 acres in pasture, 11 acres in timber and 6 1-2 acres in meadow, two good houses, well and ever lasting spring in pasture, terms easy. 162 acre farm about 2 miles east of Burton on H.S:T. C Ivy, 80 acres in cultivation, balance in pasture, plenty of water, large and everlasting springs, one 6 room dwelling 2 tenant houses, good gin house and machin ery. A good opportunity for the right man. Trice reasonable. K. r. CCXRY. Eeal Estate kits FOR TIRED MAN AND WOMAN. P. P. P. will purify and Titalize your blood, create a good appetite and give your wnoie system tone ana sirengia. A prominent railroad superintendent at Savannah, suffering with Malaria, Dyspep sia, and Rheumatism says : "After takinz P. P. P. he never felt so weH in his life, and feels as If he could hveforever, 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 sorts, take P. P. P. If your dicestl take P. P. P. If your dicesUve organs need toning up, take If you suffer with headache. Indigestion, debility and weakness, take P. P. P. If you suffer with nervous prostration, nerves unstrung and a general let down of the system, take P. P. P. For Blood Poison. Bheumatism, Scrof ula, Old Sores. Malaria, Chronic Female Comriltints, take P. P. P. Prickly Asb. Poke Boot and Potassium. The best blood purifier in the world. UPPJIAN BROS., 'Wholesale Druggists, Sole Proprietors. Lhtius's Bi-ocx, Savannah, Ga. For Sale by L TRISTKAM. For Sale by T- TRISTRAM. IHlfeSS LlQUGR Habitv NHJUtfES GOLDEN SPECIFIC It can be given In coffee, tea, orlnarticlesot food, without tbe knowledge of patient if necessary; St is absolutely harmless ana will effect a perma nent and speedy cure, n betber the patient t a xnoderatedrinkeroran alcoholic n reck. ITXKV B PAIL8. Itoperates "Q quietly and with such certainty that tbe patient undergoes no Incon venience, and soon his complete reformation la eQected. 43 page booV tree. To be had of Sold by Dr. J. D. Rogers, Brenham, Tex CABLISLE & HERBST, Gen'I Immgb Agents, BRENHAM. TEXAS. S Office over Stem & Kolwes' store. Saloon "Legal Tender," TOTDLE SET EXCHANGE HOTEL J0M W. TEAGUE.Proprietor, Isew Billiard Tables, Imported Wines, and Foreign Liquors. Every thing first-class. Polite nttention to all. M Star .ItoieE Company's CELEBRATED LAGER AXD SPECIALLY BREWED "SELECT" BOTTLED BEER. ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE GIVEN. C. HALENZA, Agent, Brenlra Tei. Offlca at the Ice House. CROCKERY! Just received from English factory. Eu-j 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 insets to suit. In spite of the McKinlcy bill, wo are sell ing same at the same low price as heretolore. Agents for the P. F. Hille Hamburg Hollow Ground razors. Respectfully, Snoop & Schawe J. Hf MEYER, DEALER IN STAPLE &FAM GROCERIES, Shackoy Building, opposite Nat'l Bank, I am now selling Groceries at as close fig ures as any merchant in Brenham. Fay the highest market price for Country Produce. Thankful for past favors, I solicit a continu ation of the same. Free delivery in city. Fresh Beer always on Tap. AUG. LINDEMANN, DEALER IN Hardware, PAINTS, WAGON MATERIAL, Etc Agent for the best Clmrii Dasher Ever Invented. IlRUNItl STATE NEWS. Dr. Walter Scott was shot and seriously wounded at Arlington Mon day subsequently dying from his wounds. The Phoenix lumber company of Houston has commenced the con struction of another mill on the old site in the burned district. The body of an unknown man six feet tall and dark complected was found almost devoured by hogs near Texarkana recently. Henry A. Johnson was hanged at Emory, Texas, Monday, for the murder of Wm. Schumate in April 1890. Jas. Dunn, colored, of Hitch cock, Galveston county, was shot and badly wounded while bur glarizing a house Sunday night Emma Smith, a slightly dement ed soiled dove of Houston, jumped off the San Jacinto "bridge Monday but was rescued. "vv". G. Sneed, of Wichita Falls, a Kansas City Sunday Sun corre spondent was given a coat of tar and feathers at that place Saturday night. Dug Johnson, of Sherman, was one of the victims of the floods of Hardeman county. Johnson had gone out there to settle on some public land. Will Harding who killed Hinks at Elgin recently was bound over in the sum of 51)000. Hints was sup posed to be a fugitive from justice and a counterfeiter. County Treasurer J. D. Lowery of Smith countv. was thrown from a vehicle Monday at Tyler and had both legs broken, one just below the knee the other at the thigh. The cotton merchants of Tyler have determined to publish 5,000 copies per week of the Weekly Eecord for at least four months, and send them free to the cotton raisers of Smith and adjoining counties. The Scarher mill and gin com pany unloaded a complete outfit of machinery for a gin and grist mill at Bellevue last Tuesday and will set it up five miles from town. About 40 of the gamblers of Houston have left that city for Chicago, St. Louis and Denver on account of the determination of the Law and Order leagne to enforce the laws. Saturday all the remaining stock in the trunk and coffin factory was taken by citizens of Tyler, and now the enterprise will go forward smoothly and rapidly. The build ings for the plant are already -Bearing completion. D. F. Davis and Dan Parker, arrested at Galveston upon the charge of swindling Moore, McKin- ney & Co., out of $3000 worth of groceries, gave bail in 1000 each late Saturday evening and were re leased from custody. A Sherman special says news of the wreck near bavannall, I. T. on the M. K. & T. railway reached there Monday, and was caused by two freight trains colliding. Two tratnps were burned to death and Brakeman Harrison, besides others, were injured. The county commissioners, with commendable enterprise, have agreed that if the citizens of Green ville will subscribe $750, they will donate an equal amount to aid the experiment of boring for artesian water. The proposition will be ac cepted at once. A Vernon, Wjlbarger county dispatch giving particulars of the recent storm, says 300 acres of wheat was destroyed. Ten feet of water rushed through Chilicothe, carrying everything before it. Six men were drowned at Clarendon, and nearly everything washed away, while four men were drowned at Chillicothe. O. O. Winter, who was cut off, crossed to Ternon on a skiff, and says' it will be at 'least ten days before trains will be running across the river. The new bridge across Red river north of Quannah was washed away, also the one south of Quanah crossing Pease river. Ouanah neonlo are terribly disheart ened, as the hail damaged the crop3 and the missing bridges will compel people living north and south to trade elsewhere. The calamity is to be rejjretted. A Liberty county, Georgia, man has found oysters growing at the bottom of his GO foot well, and actually has somo of tho shells to show his neighbors. A Kansas woman boasts that she never appeared on the street twice within ttio same week in the same dress. Her husband is wearing a suit this spring which he bought four years ago. Professor Langley believes em phatically in the possiblity of a fly ing machine that will fly. Why not? Stranger things than that have already come to pass. David B. Hill will have to take a back seat literally, if not figuratively, next winter, if he goes to the United States Senate. The only desk ob tainable by him is in the last row in I the chamber. PICTURES! PJCTDRES1! Have your pictures enlarged. See sample picture at post-office, and give your orders to E. F. .Rankin, Banner office, who is agent for a well known Chicago art studio. KE-USIO'. A re-union of the survivor's of Co. E., Walker's Division of ex confeder ates, will be held at the Zionsville platform, near H. C. Meier's place, on Sunday, June 21st, 1891. Exer cises will commence at 9 o'clock a. m. Speaking in English and Ger man during the day. Refreshments on the grounds. Grand ball at night Ex-conrederate and ex-federal sol diers, as well as the public in gen eral cordially inyited. The CoinrrriEE. LOSCH, At all hours day and night at Santa Fe Saloon. NOTICE. We have recently constructed a new pile driver, and are now prepared on short notice to do pile driving on bridge work, etc., at reasonable rates. Clise & Nichols. J Corn, Oats, Hye, Bran, 1 Hay, Bust Proot Texas Seed Oats, I Seed Barley. All fresh goods. i H. Fisher. FOlt SAtE, The Swearingen homestead, the Gilder place, a brick building facing on Quitman street and several choice lots of city property. Also a horse and buggy and a wind-mill in gooa conaiuon. xerms easy, .cor particulars apply to Tnos. B. Botts, R. J. SWEAHISQEN. Liprs! Lipra! Lipors Just received two car loads li quors, consisting of Brandies, Gins, Blackbery Brandy, French Cog nac Whtskoy all grades in bar rels, hall barrels and 10 and 5 gal lon kegs, F. Krentzlin, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Liquors ! Liquors ! Just received one car load liquors, consisting of Alcohol, brandy, gin, blackberry brandy, whiskey all grades in barrels, half barrels and in 5 and 10 gallon kegs. H. Fishes, Wholesalo iiiqnor Dealer. XOTICE. Notice is hereby given that W.H. Eldridge and H.W. Williams, formerly composing the firm of Eldridge & Williams, doing busi ness as grocerjmen in the city of Brenham. have this Cth day of June, 1891 disolved partnership. W.H. Eldridgs. H. W. Williams. XOTICE. Notice is hereby given to, the stockholders of the First National Bank of Brenham to meet at office of said bank on June 25, 1691, at 10 o'clock a. m., to attend to such busi nesses may he brought before them. H. K. Harwsos, Cashier. Patronize Home Mostry. To the merchants of Brenham and sur rounding country: We have completed, arrangements with Mr. H. Fischer, who will constantly keep on hand a full line of our home manufactured (Galveston) vinegar, and who will ell same at our former prices, delivered. We posi tively guarantee our vinegars as strictly pure and fully up to standard best, and kindly solicit your consideration and patronage. TO THE FARMERS: Help us and you will help yourselves. Ask your merchants for the home-made (Galveston) vinagar, and take no other. Plant cucumbers and tomatoes. We will buy all you can raise. Every merchant is autnonzea to act as our agent ana purcnase for us. For further particulars, address, Acme Vinegar & Pickle Works, Galveston, Texas. J. L. AMNIONS Merchant Tailor Northeast Corner Public Square, BRENHAM, TEXAS. Suits and garments made to order and dt guaranteed SEE HERB ! Having purchased the J. CMallison Shop, on Market street, I am now prepared to do general repairing, wood and iron work having a first-class blacksmith. All work guaranteed. Wagons, buggies and farming implements for sale. Give me a trial. O. A. LLNDEMANN. Highest of all in Leavening Power. las8sar Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Everything in the vicinity of .tied river at Denison has been washed away. Itobust EnglUh Women owe their health to much outdoor life and physical exercise. In our southern climate during the protracted summer, the broiling sun forbids exposure, but the use of Creole Female Tonic will be found of great service in all cases of female weakness, debility, sup pression and prostration. The capacity of the Keystone roller mills at Iowa Park will be in creased to a fifty-barrel capacity. Sugar Chill 5 as sweet as sugar. Children cry for it. Sold on guarantee. No cure no pay. By Dr. Jos. D. Rogers. Fred Gaines a well known news paper man of Paris broke his leg at Archer city Monday night. Marriage 18 a 1: allure when the wife pines and wastes away. It is necessary in cas ot female weakness and -debility to give strength and restore health ana viiior oy tne regular use ot ureoie re male Tonic," woman's best friend. He that loses his conscience has nothing left worth keeping. 3Tot men, otherwise stronsr in bodv and mind, will become unhappy and break down when afflicted with Rheumatism. If they would only try Salvation Oil they would find relief at or.ce Price 2; cents. All the keys of Windsor Castle were recently stolen, but even this does not inter- lere with the rapid sale ot Dr. Bull s COueh Syrup. American coal is being introduced into Brazil. Tou can trip the phantastic. and feel verv elastic, if you use -'C. C. G." the great remedy for Bunions and Corn;, and all calloused forms. "C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure" is warranted. Sold by Jos Tristram. City of Hexico has ordered an American fire alarm system. Silfftr fThill ftiTft is ft cif. orifl Ti1cnTf remedy for Chills and Fever, perfectly taste less, ooia on a guarantee, uon t lail to try it at Dr. Jos. D. Rogers. m Fire destroyed 36 buildings in Hex cala, state of Guerrero. For weak lungs and feebleness, Chase's Barlev Malt Whiskv is an excellent Tonic It is absolutely pure, full of nutriment, and bunas up the system. L. F. Grassmuck, Sole Agent The commencement exercises of Washington and Leo University, Virginia, will begin on June 14 and close on June 17. "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the most pleasant to take of all Fever and Ague Kemeuies. arrantea xo cure unius ana Fever. Sold by Jos Tristram. Those who have finished by mak ing all think with them have usually been those who began by daring to think for themselves. Warts on ner fingers, Corns on her toes, she will be miserable wherever she goes, unless she uses "C C. C Certain Com Cure." Sold by Jos. Tristram. The finest carnets and nearlv all the neridots found in the "United States are collected from arft hills and scorpion nests in New Mexico ana Arizona. "RnhertsnTi .fe Totips .lnrt0amr AV write: "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure give3 universal satisfaction." Pleasant to take- No cure, no pay. 301a oy jos. marram. Ellen Terry is seriouslv ill will congestion of the lnngs. A. "Woman's Fortune. consists in the possession of robust health and vigor: This is best obtained bv the timely and regular use of Creole Female Tonic when suffering from feminine disor- uers. The trouble with the young is that they do not do as the old folks advise, but as they have done. m m Cleopatra. This beautiful Ecvptian oueen is eaid to have possessed wonderful charms of person Our American women are prone to neglect their health, and should, when suffering from prostration, languor, female debility or weauness, use treeiy ana regularly Creole Female Tonic, the best friend to woman. Cotton bales in sijrht of last crop 8,413,011. i A Safe Medicine Is one that can be taken at all times without danger. The liver must be kept in regular action, the bowels open and cleansed of feculent matter and the blood purifiedin or der to insure health. MBguire's condurango can Do taken at any time. 10 cts. per bottle. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, J8E9. Walnut logs are still being ship ped from ilcKinney to Germany, The Grand Duke Paul, whose wife is a daughter of the king of Greece?. will succeed General Guorko atf governor of Warsaw. The young king, Alexander of Servia, according to present plans, will visit a number of European, courts this year. A black gown is always in good taste, and may be worn anywhere except to a wedding, where it is sup posed to bring bad luck to the . bride. It is reported by the Associated! Press that Georgia has an editor who has twenty-three children, and no doubt he frequently refers to Iris large and growing circulation. For OverlWy Tiears Mrs. Wkslows Soothts-0 Syrup has been " used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, f 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 the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask lor Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup," ind take no other kind, The heretics and rebels of ono century are often the saints and heroes of the next. Flesh a mass of disease, condition hope less, the system an entire wrecks nerves all unstrung, yet P.!P. P. was taken and an en tire cure made. Attend to diet and direc tions of P.P. P. and all blocd diseasesmust w yield slowly but surely. That tired feeling, pains in the back and chest, distress after eating, headaches and like affections are overcome and cured by P. P. 1. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas sium). m lloody; iTcLennan county, has -raised a subscription for an artesian well. SUBDEN DEATHS. Heart disease is by far the most frequent cause of 'sudden -death, which in three out of "' four cases is unsuspected. Tho symptoms are not generally understood. These are: a habit of lying on the right side, short .breath, pain or distress in side, back or shoulder, irregularpalse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in stomach, swelling of ankles or dropsy, oppression, dry cough and smothering. Dr.1 Miles illustrated book on Heart Disease free-at Jos. Tristram's 'drag: store, who sells and guarantees Dr. Mile? unequaled New Heart cure, and hk Restora tive Nervine, which cures nervousness, head ache, sieeplessruss, effects of drinking, 'etc It contains no opiates. , . Harvesting is booming all over Coleman county. xu5 yield is'abun dant and weather excellent ForMalaria, Liver Trou ble, or Indigestion, lis e BROWN'S IRON BITTERS John Doroty escaped from ih'd Atcascosa jail Monday. sf ' k Mires' Nerve and .Liver Pills' . Act on a new principle reguladng'-the, liver,! stomach and bowels tnrougB tho' nerves. A new discovery. Dr.tMflesPills! ' speedily cure biliousness, bad tsfte,. torpid , liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses. 25 cts. Samples free, at Jos. Tristram's drug store. Tom Clew, colored, of Marshal had the muscle torn .off his arm iy a rip saw Monday. HOW TO SUCCEED. - This is the great problem of life wbjcK ' few sausfactonly solve. Some fail because of poor health, others, want 'of hiek, buftha- majority from deficient gri: want of .nerve!. They are nervous, irresolute changeable,, easily get the; blues and "rake,, the spnita down to keep the spirits up," hus wasting money, time, opportunity and nerve force. There is nothing like tno Bestorativ6 Ner vine, discovered; by the great specialist, J)r. Miles, to cure' all nervous diseases, &s head ache, the blues, nervous prostrationf sleep lessness, neuralgia, St. Titus dance, vfits and. hysteria. Trial bottles arid fine book ot v testimonials .free at, Jos Tristram's drujr store. The County Judges Association, meet in Corcicana oa the,17th.. :."." r &E5,fr XFIOUS BACK U.I Orvou are all worn out, really good lor nota ln. it is cencrsl dehuuv. Trv BnOJTJPit XROS" SJTTEHS. It win cure you, cleanse our liver; and giro a good appetite. The Sunday law of Corcicana is said to be enforced to the letter. , - t The Brt or All. Of all "tho medicine I ever heard of or used, I consider Drj, Biggers Huckleberry Cordial the best medicine- for all bowel trouble and children teething ever used. A. JjJjxeji, Oxford, K. C. -.-.-' ,4 1 -m i S .0 I - if -J i .11 .?$ isfer