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VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1894. NO. 25: i f ' i. p. s rviMO Curry & Simmons, leal Estate touts Brenham, Texas, Office over Hebcr Stone's Bank. "Will do a eeneral real estate business. 'Land in Washington and adjoining counties -for sale. All lands lUted with us, as well as city property for sale or rent, will be riven our prompt and personal attention. We in cite your attention to the .ollowing partial lis': Small farm, one mile southeast of Bren ham on Chappell Hill road; 53 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. 20 in timbor, all under good fence, good im provements; will se'l cheap. One tract of land 4 miles east of Bren ham, 268 acres, 5O in culuvation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham. i500 acres fine land in Bosque county, 100 acres in cultivation, tor sale cheap, or will trade for Washington county property. One nice dwelling, 5 rooms, new and in good repair, for sale cheap. Situated in the southern pnrtion of tho city on Day St. 760 acres land in Harris county, fine tann ing land, partly fenced, for miles from II. . & T. O. railroad, can be bought dirt cheap. Nice farm four miles southwest of Bren ham, :59 3-5 acres of rich hind, SO acres in ( -cultivation, balanca in pasture. - all under good fence, nice dwelling, 2 good rent) nouses ana all conveniences xnat comu .oe desired. This is cheap dirt. An elegant farm, 5 miles northeast of Burton 225 acres, nice new dwelling, gin and saw mill, one tenant house, all in first class repair, for sale at a rue bargain. A nice residence on Sandy street, near the public school, six rooms below and two above, kitchen, two story stallle 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 st6ry dwelling with six rooms. This property will bo sold low down. JC. P. CDBBT One bnck store house m Caldwell, lexas, 1 er fails. itoperates-o quietly and with such 1 hershiw which was defeated how r coin -liAfln Never vacant. Good nav- 1 certainty that the patient undergoes no lncon-- ' rsaiecneap. OCtCC UUai. vxuuu ply innlmii. mill in hl mmnln rafnrniulim la I orar for sale cheap. ing property. 1 For sale, a nice one story residence on Sycamore street, with all necessary conve niences, including waterworks. 103 acres in the northeastern part of the c'ty, all in cultivation, fine orchards of pears, peaches, plums and figs, nico vineyard and strawberry patch, an elegant fish pond, sup plied by ever-lasting springs, arrangements lor irrigating. This place has all kinds of soil, suitable for any kind of vegetation. For a dairy no place is better. Nico two story house and outhouses, all conveniences that could be desired. A fortune for the richt man. 233 1-3 acres in Coryell county, near the Bell county line, 100 acres in cultivation, balance all fa cedar timber, not scrubby, but suitable for telegraph 'poles, six miles from railroad. Can be bought cheap. One improved iarm, 3 miles from Kenny- ville, 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, 23 good tenant houses and stem gin. This farm is well stocked with good tenants and never overflows. One nice one story dwelling with five rooms, in the northeast comer of the city, on Day street, convenient 10 public school and good neighborhood; waterworks on prem ises. 86G acres in Hill county, seven miles north otHubbaid City, 500 acres in prairie, bal ance in timber, well watered, all rich land, for sale, cheap at 810 per acre. 80 1-4 acres improved farm. 1 mile east of Win. Penn, 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 fi-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, 30 acres in cultivation, 20 in prairie, balance in timber, bottom land, price c-12 per acie. 400 acres 0 miles south of Leon Junction, in Coryell county, on Texas & St. Louis R'y, 45 acres in cultivation, 2o0 in heavy postoak and valley land, 80 acres in cedar, balance broken, fine grazing land, price, S3 per acre. 108 acre farm, 9 miles west of Brenham on Greenvine road, O5 acres in cultivation, bal ance in pasture, good bouse with four rooms good spring in pasture, one rent house, all under good wire fence. 301 1-2 acre farm. 1 80 acres under fence, tOO in cultivation, 40 acres in pasture, 119 in timber, good house, kitchen and servant "house, th'ee log cribs and stables, good wa ter, situated about 12 miles northeast of Brenham. B bargain. 128 aero impioved farm in Zionsville, six miles from Brenham, CS acres in cultivation, 10 acres in pasture, 50 acres in timber, two houses and one blacksmith bliop, ono good well, crib and stable to each house, nice vineyard on dice. For sale cheap. lilt 1-2 acre farm, i.ine iin'es northeast of Brenham, i5 a:res in cultivation, 8 acres in pastvre, ll acres in timber and 6 1-2 i-cre, in meadow, two good houses, well and tver-las-ing spring in pasture, terms easy. 162 acre firm about 2 miles east of Burton on II. iS:T.C. R'y, 60 acres in cultivation,' balance in pasture, plenty of water, large 1 and everlasting springs, one C room dwelling 2 tenant houses, good gin nonse ana macnin erv. A good opportunity for the right man. piico reasonable. J I FOR TIRED MAN AND WOMAN. P. P. P. vrlil purify and vitalize your blood, create a good appetite and give your whole system tone and strength. A prominent railroad superintendent at Savannah, suffering with Malaria, Dyspep sia, and Rheumatism says : "After taking P. P. P. he never felt so well 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 feelin; badly in the spring and out of sorts, take I P. P. P. If your digestive organs need toning up, take P. P. P. 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 For Blood Poison. Rheumatism, Scrof ula, Old Bores, Malaria, Chronic Female Complaints, take P. P. P. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium. The best blood purifier in the world. LIPPMAN Wholesale Druggists, Sole Proprietors, Lctsuk's Block, Savannah, Ga. For Sale by I. TKISTRAM. For Sale by T. TRISTRAM. srmnewojm jherfs Birr oxi cubs DHA!tfE5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC. Itcanbeglvenincorfee.tea.orlnartlclesofiood. without the knowledge of patient if necessary: it is absolutely harmless and will effect a perma nent and speedy care, whether the patient is n moderatedrinker or an alcoholic wreck. ITNEV- venience, and soon his complete reformation is effected. 43 page hoot" free. To be had of SoTd by Dr. J..D. Rogers, Brenham. Tex CARLISLE & KERBST: 66ii,I (nguranee Agents, j BRENHAM. TEAS. B& OfScp over Stom & Kolwes' store. Saloon "Legal Tender," TTND1.R TTEW EXCHANGE HOTEL TftTItfW TFAfliro P.nt.iMnfn,. uirii.li in luauuinAiuiuiuiuipQjjg at the instance of the state, -VT -om: J lliV. r lJ Wines, and Foreign Liquors. Every-) thing first class. Polite attention totul- -. - - - u?l-J?5l,J?52'F: y"a "iaBSsSiJrsSrss iiuaarir&u uAUAn AND SPECIAIXT BREWED "SELECT" BOTTLED ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE GIVEN. C. HALEHZA. Agent, Brenham Tex. Office at tho Ice House. CROCKERY! Just received from English factory. Eu-1 rated Zm$&Wc- introf dinner, tea and bed room sets. Will sell separate pieces or in sets to suit. In spito of the JIcKinlcy bill, wo are sell ing same at the same low prico as heretofore. Agents for the F. F. Hillo Hamburg Hollow Ground razors. Respectfully, Encop & Schawe J. H, METER, DEALER rN STAPLE & FAH C GROCERIES, Shackcy Building, opposite Nat'l Bank, I am now selling Groceries at as close fig ures as any merchant in Brenham. Pay 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. LIN DEM ANN, DEALER IN ware PAINTS..AVAGON MATERIAL, Etc. Agent for the best Churn Dasher Ever invented. STATE NEWS. Largo amounts of wool are be; ing shipped from Hico now, and there is lots of it yet to come in. Corsicana is preparing to build a fine opera house 100x95 feet, with a seating capacity of not less than SOU. The farmer of McLannan coun ty were never in better shape and crop prospects were never in that section. Almost $10,000 is raised for the new Baptist church to be built at Sherman. Work will begin very soon. Miss Annie Dolan, of Yoakum, made three attempts to commit sui-j cide Monday, all of which were foiled by her sister. Work has been commenced oh the Amarillo Chamber of Commerce building. It will be a two story stone building, 50x40 feet. The Legislative investigation committee of the International & Great Northern receivers continues its labors at Galveston. a. wreck occured at Corsicana in the Houston and Texas Central yards Sunday that was quite destruc tive though no lives were lost. Two men were found dead five miles southeast of Denison, the rains having washed the dirt from around them where they were buried. Frank Langs, 22-years-old, was I drowned at San Antonio while in the I river bathing recently, haying been j ! seized with the cramp while m the ! ! middle of the stream. j Miss Bell Camp, a student of ' the female college at Sherman, was j awarded a prize at a musical con- I cert this week. The award was an elegant piano worth S000. A new postofnee has lately been established in the southwes- 1 tern portion of Fisher county, with E. M. Clayton as postmaster. It will be supplied from Hobbs. - -The local lire insurance agents of the State met at Waco Monday and considerable discussion is pro voked by the report on credentials, whioh requests that none but strict- lv local aorents be admitted to mem ever. Mrs. Tally, nee Burnham, of Waco, has brought suit for divorce there against her husband R. P. Tally to whom she was married un der peculiarly sensational circum stances a few weeks since in Ar kansas. She alleges desertion and cruel treatment The preliminary examination to Alfred Allee and Jasper Lyons for 1 the murder of Editor W. G. Bowen, which has been in progress at Pear- sal1 for some days, has been post- VTT.n.. !, OQ n.nl if , torney Thomas Franklin, who has been employed by Governor Hoggj L10 3 1U l,uo Prosecution lias oeeu l.rtv3 nf T-.ilr orri lin line mnric tltrtJ UIUU uu uuia, uuii uo XAtkij muuu us'a' l Dallas drummer, he proposes to ,anas urummer, tie PP0,.,10 prove that immediately after Allee j and Lyons entered the car one shot was fired, and the editor sank back in his seat piactically a dead mail. By J. F. Babbit, a drummer for a New Orleans house, he expects to prove that AJlee fired the first shot, and after Bowen fell fired again and again into the prostrate body. An assault with intent to kill (was committed in the Richland creet bottom, about fifteen miles nortbe?st of oro, Jim Thomp son, sixteen years oiu, met xom Hiues, fifteen years old. They had some words, when Thompson picked up a stick and hit Hines two severe licks, one on the arm, which is suffi cient to cause him to carry it it in a sling. Hines then out with his pocket knife and cut Thompson across tho breast and once under the arm. The latter cut is so severe as to prevent Thompson from being arrested and moved to town. Deputy Sheriff J. A. Tucker went out Mon day night, and after being out all night arrested Hines and brought him into town this morning. Owing to his being so young, he has not ocked up, but is being gur-rded un til Justice of the Peace Hodge re turns from Brandon, when the amount of the bond will be known and given, as ho has friends who will go on it. Saturday evening a well dressed lady and gentleman of Fort "Worth drove out into tho country and buried a white baby, which it is said was not over a day old when buried. Officers have tho baby and it is said the parents are said to be unmarried and are away up in the world. Chillicothe is raising a subscrip tion to build a Methodist church. Oil, What A Cough. Will you heed tho morning. The signal 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 cure 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 back, side or chest use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by B, E. Luhn and Thos. Watson, Burton. Work is progressing on the new federal building at El Paso. 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 feculentmatter and the blood purified in or der to insure health. ilaguire s cunduranco can be taken at any time. 75 cts. per bottle. Sherman has received seventeen new electric lamps, and will proceed to improve her street lights. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. This is bejond question the most success ful Cough Medicine we have ever sold, a few doses invariably cures the worst cases of cougn, cr. ip ana Bronchitis, while its won derful success in the cure of Consumption 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 medicine can stand. If you have a cough we earnest ly ask you to try it. Price ioc 5OC and SI. If your lungs are sore, chest of back lame, use Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Sold by R. E. Luhn, Brenham. and Thos. Watson, Burton. The crops are now growing nice ly in Nacogdoches county and the corn looks promising. Alfred J. Allee, the slayer of W. (J. Bowen, is to be removed to the San Antonio jail. j m Answer This Question. Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to sutfer and be made mis erable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizzi ness, Lo"ss of Appetite, Cominir up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75c we will sell them Shiloh's Vitalizer, guarantee to cure them. Sold by R. E. Luhn and Thos. Watson, Burton. The sugar house and canning factory at Myrtle Springs, Van Zandt county, is nearing completion. Cleopatra. This beautiful Ecyptian queen -is said 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 weakness, use freely and regularly Creole Female Tonic the best friend to woman. The board of managers of the Agricultural and Mechanical col lege at a meeting held last week at Bryan failed to re elect three of the old pi'ofesBors of the" institution. These were Professor Wipprecht, who filled the chair of languages; Dr. Read, college surgeon, and Pro fessor Beach, who taught horticul ture. The board also abolished the office of fiscal agent, and transferred the duties thereof to the president. A committee of the board will select UIUICBSUIO OKI 1111 lllO IU1CD V ttWU.Il- fill the three cies and rcPort atthe nest meeting, Xhe case of Florence Maybrink who convicted of pojsoniD her . . "L 1 husband in Liverpool, England, in ! 1889. and sentenced to death, but whose sentence was subsequently commuted to imprisonment for life - . ttmcl attention. She Q 0 .. was an American woman,a native of Mobile, Ala., and the evidence on which she was convicted was all cir cumstantial, some of the best wit nesses now repudiating their testi mony while it is said that the judge who delivered the charge was half crazy. A book has been written on the celebrated trial by a well known English lawyer, Alexander McDou gall, who is chairman of a commit tee trying to secure her pardon. He shows good grounds for a par don, and every American who has read the history of the case, hopes for her early pardon. At New Orleans in the criminal court Monday Judge Marr refused a new trial to Bernard Glandi, con victed of bribing a juror in the Hennessy murder case. The consel for Glandi filed a bill of exception to the ruling and made a motion in arrest of judgment. The court took tho motion under advisement. Liprs! Lip I Llprs Just rocoivcd two car loads li quors, consisting of Brandies, Gins, Blackbery Brandy, French Cog nac Whiskey all grados in bar rels, halt barrels and 10 and 5 gal lon kegs. F. Kuentzlin, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Liquors ! Liquors ! Just received one car load liquors, consist.ng of Alcohol, brandy, gin, blackberry brandy, whiskey all grades ir. barrels, halt barrels and in b -and 10 gallon kegs. H. Fibheb, "Wholesale Liqnor 'Dealer. Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PURE Midlothian wants a roller mill. Robust English Women owe their health to much outdoor life and physical exercise. In our southern climate during the protracted summer, the broilinir sun forbids exposure, but the use of Creole Female Tonic will be found of great service in all case3 of female weakness, debility, sup pression and prostration. The bridge over the Eed river at Quanah will be built at once. Sugar Chill is as sweet as sugar. Children cry for it. Sold on guarantee. No cure no pay. By Dr. Jos. D. Rogers. The fifth anniversary celebra tion at Ballinger will be held June 30. Marriage is a Jr allure when the wife pines and wastes away. It is necessary in cases ot female weakness and debility to give strength and restore health and vigor by the regular use of Creole Fe male Tonic, woman's best friend. The Baptists will build a hand some new church edifice at Stephen ville soon. Tou can (rip the phantastie, and feel very elastic.if you ue -'C. O S." the great remedy for Bunions and Corns, and all calloused forms. '-C. C. C. Certain Corn Care" is warranted. Sold bv Jos Tristram. -Afew good steamers in Corpus Chrisli bay would coin money this summer. 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. Jos. D. Bogers. The Masons at Goldthwaite have mo red into their new temple on Pisher street. For weak lung3 and feebleness, Chase's Barley Malt Whisky is an excellent Tonic It is absolutely pure, full of nutriment, and builds up the system. L. F. Grassmuck, Sole Agent Subscriptions of stock are be ing taken for building a fine opera house in Palestine. "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure," the most pleasant to take of all Fever and Ague Remedies. Warranted to cure Chills and 2 ever. Sold by Jos Tristram. A farmer near Mooresville, Ind., has a six legged calf. It uses all its legs in walkinsr. Warts on ner hngers, Corns on her toes, she will be miserable wherever she goes, unless she uses "C. C. C Certain Corn Cure." Sold bv Jos. Tristram. A-Milan (Tenn.) woman has given birth to a child which has a horn, a tail and claws. For Malaria, Liver Trou ble, or Indigestion, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS About 35,000 pounds of wool was brought to Amarillo last week from New Mexico. Robertson & Jones, Jonesboro, Ark., write: 'C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure givss universal satisfaction." Pleasant to take. No cure, no pay. Sold by Jos. Tristram. The largest yield of corn 'and cotton ever raised in Bee county will be harvested this season. A Woman's Tortune. consists in the possession of robust health and visor; This is best obtained by the timely and regular use o: Creole Female Tonic when suffering from feminine disor ders. More houses are needed at Corpus Christi to accommodate the constantly increasing population. a m m When old Judge Jowler was tucked in his little bed by Mrs. Jlouser he couldn't sleep . wink until the excellent woman had brought a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. men ne crosseu ms lime nanus aau suua in sweei repose. General Waynes Stables, Balto & Paca Sts., Balto, ild. I can safely recommend your Salvation Oil to all suffering with rheumatism, as I was a sufferer, and btfore I had finished us ing the first bottlo was entirely cured. JOS. S. FOX, Dattle Dealer. 117 North Broadway, Baltimore. Md. m m Wylie, Collin county, needs more houses built for rent. There is not a vacant house in the town. a a The llcst of All. Of all the medicine I ever heard of or used, I consider Dr. Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial the best medicine for all bowel trouble and children teething ever used. A. J. Stine, Oxford, . C. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Itsly is to spend $15,000,000 on its new navy this fiscal year. Tor Over Fifty Years .Mrs. Wejslows Soothixo Strtjp las been used for over fifty years by millions, of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the. cMd, 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-five cents' a bottle. Be sure and ask tor Mrs. 'Winslow's Soothing Syrup," und take no other kind. Large bodies of cattle are reported still on the Cherokee strip. A course of P. P. P. will banish all bad feelings, and restore your health to perfect condition. Its curative powers are marvel ous. If out of sorts and iu bad humor with, yourself and the world, take If. P. P.. and become healthy and rational. The Excelsior Hosiery company, Philadelphia, has assinged. aa Inflammatory Rheumatism is cured by P. P. l (Pricky Ash, Poko Root and Potas sium). Physicians have been consulted, and foao purpose. As a last resort patient takes P. P. P. jtod gets well. Host3 or cer tificates to this effect are in possession of tho manufacturers, and will be shown on appli cation. The Federation of Railway Em ployes is in session in Chicago. P. P. P. is the greatest blood purifier -of the sge, tho best of humor remedies, cures every disease 'and hurnor of tho skin, iscalp and olood, whether itching. ' burning, scaly pimples, scrofula or heredita-y, when all other remedies fail. 'The Itata has sailed for San Diego under convoy of the Charleston. life. Health anil Strength. Apalactiicola, Fla., Feb. i7, 18S9. Hessrs Lipmian Br.os., Savannah: Dear Sirs I will write to you to inform vou that I was afflicted with Blood Disease. I tried on bottlo of " and it gave me no relief. I was in bed seven months. I tried pro i inent physicians, and they could not do me cny good. I saw your advertisement of P. 7. P. in the Apalacnicola 'Ximes, and thought I would try it. The bottle I got to-night makes seven or eight, and, oh. how good'Ifeel. I have been npt ever since and at ray business lumber inspector. You may publish this if you desire. I have in formed my friends tfiat P. P.P. is life, health and strength. iL P. BOLDEN. i ii i. m . Now there "is a report, thai the Etruria is lost with a large icomple ment of passengers. , - a a SUDDEN DEATHS. , Heart disease is by far the most frequent cause of sudden death, which in three out of four cases is unsuspected. The 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, irregular pulse, asthma, weak and hungry spells, wind in stomach, swelling of ankles or dropsy, oppresuon, dry cough and 'smothering. Dr. lliles illustrated book on Heart Disease freo at Jos. Tristram's drag store, who sells and guarantees Dr. IDIes unequaled .New Heart cure, and his Kestora tive Nervine, which cures nervousness, head ache, sleeplessness, effects of drinking, etc It contains no oniate3. . A large pailfull of whitewash, is being used in the house of commons over the baccarat business. LADIES Needing atonic, or children who want bnflaV intr up. should take bkown'sIko.n bitters. It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria, Indi gestion. Biliousness and liver Complaints. John Goss, Jr., is in jail at Paris for the murder of Jas. Clara plit some time since. Ho was. ar rested in St. Louis. Miles' 2ferve and L.iver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through th& Jierves. A new discovery, ur, joiies- xius liver, "piles, constipation. TJnequaled for mn. women, children. Smallest, mildest. surest! 60 doses, 25 cts. Samples free, Jos. Tristram's drug store. at Mrs. Henry Farmer, an aged lady of Wise county residing near Greenwood, made an attempt to commit suicide recently by taking strychnine. Physicians were, called in and succeeded in saving her life. HOW TO SUCCEED. This is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily soive. Some fail because of poor health, others, want of luJc. but the mnjority from deficient gri want ot nerve. Thevars nervous, irresolute, changeable, easily get the blue3 and "take the spirits down to keep the spirits up," thus wasting money, time, opputunity and r.eive force, iheie is nothing liko the Ke.torative Ner vine, discovered by the great specialist. Dr. Miles, to cure all r.ervou disases, as head ache, the blues nervous prostration, sleep lessness, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance, fits and oysteria. Trial bottles and .fine book ol wstimon.als free at Jos. Tristram's drnj stote.