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BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER.
VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 4894. NO. 40' . V I 1. P. SIUMO.N -Gurry & Simmons, r. ctrniT Id Estate, if Gits, Brenham5 Texas, Office over Heoer Stone's Bant. A 9000 acres on G. C." I & S. F. R. R. in Cole- jnan and Runnels coun- b ura, an uiiuv-i iv-iv. wyj .in cultivation, balance In pasture, good water. r-' Price $4 per acre, easy $ terms. 8000 acres two miles from Ballinger, all up- I der fence, $6 per acre. 640 acres in Run nels county S3 per acre 640 acres in Run nels county $6 per acre. O Afl OOOC 7 mi AO VJTCW CJA-1 vo lllllVO south of Ballinger, $3 per acre. 320 acres 5 miles westofBallinger,$2.5C per acre. 1,280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger, $3 per acre. 80 sections in Run nels, Conchor Coleman and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit. 64,000 acres in the counties of Schleicher and. Sutton counties, 1.25 per acre. I No ftarrjbod will ftrtlffiui Many persons have been un able to enjoy highly "shortened" delicacies such as pastry, patties, pie crust, &o, either because of the"hoggy" smell incident to the use of swine's lard or because of the sure tendency to dyspepsia resulting from such food. There's no odor from the new vegetable lard Cottolee and we may all tickle our palates with without fear of dyspepsia. The properties of Cottolene are purely hygienic. Manufactured only by N.K. FAIRBANKS. CO., St. Louis, Mo. Cotton Seed Hulls! I havo contracted with the Su perintendent of the Brenbam Oil Mill company to deliver Hulls in any part of tho city to parties not having teams of their own. Orders left at the Mill, or with Winkloman & .Bonne, will receive prompt at tention, j. j. HURUH. J. D. CAMPBELL. B. E. PEXMSOTOS. CAMPBELL & PENNINGTON, Attorneys-at-Law, BRENHA3T, TEXAS. ESUOfflce ocr Heber Stone's Bank. Will practico in Washington and adjoin ing counties. Abstracts of titles carefully prepared. STATE NEWS. The Rockdale Rifles have dis banded. Gov. Hogg will open the Dallas State Fair. Kosse is still dry and water for stock is scarce. Crops and business are reported good at Leonard. "Wheat planting in "West Texas will soon commence. Hubbard City lias received over 3,500 bales of cotton this season. The Beaumont car factory has issued S100,000 worth of bonds. The October term of the United States court is in session at El Paso. Three hundred bales of cotton was damaged by fire at Belton Sun day. Sherman now has a young la dies' bicycle club, with a good mem bership. A. Mexican bv the name of Mendez has been comdemned to hang at Del Bio. Texas has again been Joined to the Indian Territory by a oridge across Bed river at Denison. Cattle near Midland died Satur day night, having been chilled by the rain and severe nortner. The citizens of Hubbard City have made elaborate preparation for the Mulkey and Burnett revival this week. T. C. Adams was arrested at Kerrville Monday for the murder of W. M. "Wilson, a resident of Hamil ton county, in September last. Last week the real estate iraus- fers filed for record at Hillsboro, amounted to about SWu0 an ten couples were isssued licenses to marry. Geo. Anderson, alias Nick Har ris, was arrested at Hempstead Monday, charged with the murder of Kel, near Ft. Worth about thr"ee years ago. Lorenza Parrez, the Mexican condemned for the murder of Will Lanham, at Midland, for which he is to be hanged in November has made a confession. A vote of the Masonic Lodge of Eusk on the question of moving the. grand lodge from Houston to Fort Worth, resulted iu a vote in favor of its remaining at Houston. Jos. Mart, at times banker, merchant and lawyer at Texarkana, attempted to jump his bond for forgery, but was cantured at Mar shall and is now in jail there. Flem Pope, aged 14, of Honey Grove, who has been cariying the mail between there and Dial, has been arrested for opening a register ed letter and taking $5 from it. W.Y.Bell, of Ft. Worth, re cently married Jennie Slaton, having a living wife and was prosecuted, and convicted of bigamy, and was beutenced to ihe years in the pen. The verdict of the jury in the case of James T. Bogan, charged with the murder of C. P. Keen, re moved to Haskell from Throckmor ton county, was guilty and a life sentence to the penitentiary. Judge Oldham, a crazy drunken negro of Palestine, who tried to take possession of a road, refusing to let people pass, stabbing E. R. Kush and Perry Gibson, Sunday, has been captured and lodged in jail. At a recent meeting at the Ma sonic fraternity of Corsicana the question of removing the State Grand lodge from Houston to Waco or Fort Worth came up, and it was decided four to one against removal A jury at TJvalda stayed out eight days on the Logan Biggs case. They agreed on his guilt but could not agree on assessing his penalty, asking the Judge to do it. This could not be done and the only re course is a new trial. Following is the list of recently appointed Texas Postmasters: J. W. Brown, Baily, Fannin county, vice J. S. Bailey, removed; W. W. Long, Purley, Franklin county, vice C. Jordon, resigned; W. T. Davis, Eancho, Gonzales county, vice S. A. Tanner, resigned; C. P. Gregory, Southmayo, Grayson county, vice J. R. McElroy, resigned. The following charters have been Granted at Austin : The Texas Furniture and Storage company of Dallas, capital S25.000; Stonewall and Greenwood Mineral company of Denison, capital $30,000; Texas Ea gle Publishing company of San An tonio, capital $2000; Revenue de posits, 810,110 ; Dallas county valu ation, S40,000,000, an increase of 84,000,000 in round numbers ; Box ars increase, 82,000,000 ; Forty col lectors made monthly settlements. The Wills Point Chronicle says: Editors are not alone responsible for the results of such a reprehen sible state of affairs that will excuse the braggadocio of the rough or the vituperation of the partisan. The vicious public opinion in which mur der finds a sanctuary and meets with plaudits is the foundation of such scenes as that which occurred at Sulphur Springs. Editor Moore lies cold in the grave, his absence felt by friends; perhaps the head of a family gone for aye. JEdilor Tate is even more to be sympathized with. We write not in censure, for the grave should cover the faults of humanity, but wo do believe the pres of the State should make a per sistent effort to discourage that character of journalism which re sults in bloodshed. The state asso ciation should take decided action and forever close its door upon those who will not submit to the" re strictions of a dignified journalism. Marion Sheldon, who lives six miles northwest of Jowett, set fire to his own house and attempted to bum the residence of his father in law last 'week. He also tried to kill his wife, but was prevented by friends. Constable Been arrested him and brought him to town, where he was put under, a peace bond. There has also been filed a charge of arson against him. His own residence was burned, but that of his father-in-law was saved. The reason for the rash act is not known but it is supposed that he had drank too much bad whiskey. Mrs. ST. A. Haley, who owns a gm about one mile west of Hills boro, finding the water supply run ning short, concluded to have a well bored. Saturday night at 11 o'clock when 120 feet depth Lad been reached, tho water gushed out at the top. It flowed all njght The stream is more than an inch in diam eter and is said to haye force enough to throw a stream thirty feet high if a pipe is placed in the well. The Yelasco Times reports the following improvements: J)r. Field, a two-story business building; J. D. Jamison, two-story office building; R. Martin, dwelling; A. Lauraine, two-story business house; Austin BryaC, two-story business building; Messrs. Campbell, Howell & Conn, four cottages. Francis Guaz has let the contract for a two-story business house.' The bank has been opened. The contract has been let for boring an artesian well near the new hotel. Fe Pope, Jr., mail carrier be tween Honey Grove and Dial, Fan nin1 county, charged with breaking the seal ot a registered package Sep tember 24th and abstracting the contents, had an examining trial recently and was committed to jail in default of 8300 bail. The articles taken are said to have" been returned through the mail, but in another envelope made up to resemble the original one. The Waco Juvenile Troop, a cavalry company of boys under 15, on ponies under fourteen hands high, was organized Saturday. The company will meet next Saturday for the selection of a uniform .and the election of officers, 'l'he com pany alreadv numbers fifty on su perb ponies. In marching along Austin avenue in column of platoons it attracted much attention. At Union postoffice, Atascosa county, Monday in an affray between J. W. Crouch and Jas. Smitherson, Crouch drew a bowie knife and lunged at Smitherson's stomach, the blade catching the side of the man and completely disemboweling him, his bowels falling on his knees. He died in a few minutes. Crouch sur rendered to the authorities. The southeast Texas .lumber men hae received another black eye by the new Louisiana schedule of rates by the Southern Pacific railway tariff, which goes into effect October 1, which gives the manufac turers a rate of 3 or 4 cents per hun dred less than Orange and Beau mont to North Texas points. Saturday, at Mt. Pleasant, an rcronaut by the name of Louis B. Earle, fell from his balloon and broke this neck. Frank Thaver, a resident of Mt. Pleasant, who was also making the ascent fell and broke an arm. The trapeze rope broke was the cause of the accident. Win. Brewer, of Alabama, told the officers of Galveston of his kill ing a negro at Cleburne, Ala., and is held there to await the action of the Alabama authorities. He says his action was in self-defence, but that hefearedthevengence ofthenegroes was the reason he left. C. J. Rix who shot and killed Tom Lasater, a prominent stockman of Liveoak county, three months ago ha"s been granted a change of venue and will be tried in San Antonio October 17th. Rix has been released on a 810,000 bond. Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PORE BEEYITIES. Black bears are reported plentiful in Dexter qounty, Mo. Of the twelve largest cities in the world three are in Japan. The Alliance of Louisisana will nominate a full state ticket. The average height of the clouds from the earth is about one mile. A plant said to cause milk sick ness has been discovered near Sul livan, HI. A $750,000 tunnel is to be con structed through Carbonate Hill, Leadville. In what place did the cock crow when all the world heard him? In Noah's Ark. Miles' A erve andAiiver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad tarte, torpid hver, piles, 'constipation. TTnequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cts. Samples free, at 00s. Tristram's oru? store. a m Mrs. John Presley was found wondering in the fields near Butler, Me., crazy. She had been fatally beaten by her hushend. One of tho Good Tilings. There is nothing -ust as good" as Creole Female Tonic. Every lady -who has given it a trial will tell you there is nothing like it lor woman's peculiar ailments. "Now, why is it, Biddy, that we Irish are always said to be paying compliments?" -'Faix, bekase an' its a dale han'somer to 6ay a nate thing than to dpake the truth." Shase's "Barley SlaltWhislcy'fa'sHmulating nourishing to the consumptive, the old and feeble. It is absolutely pure. Sold by L. F. Grassmuck,Brenham, lexas. Stranger What do you vaeue your white cow at? Farmer Furrow She ain't worth over $10. Taxing cows this year? Stranger I am not the assessor. I am an officeal of the Quick Time railroad. Your cow was killed this morning. Here's the $10. Good day. Call on C. W. Hess. and get your buggy harness at six dollars. m The value of good counsel is often underestimated because too frequen tly the counselors, like the guide boards at road crossings, point out the way but never go themselves. Spokesman. FOR SALE, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls, in quantities to suit, at Brexham Oil Mill. Lord Salisbury nas made twenty one new peers since he has been in office, besides raising the rank of several more. Old Puritan Whiskey a genuine article at Santa Fe Saloon. Coal soot is believed to be the cause of the decline and death of the magnificent shade trees at Cleveland, Ohio. Sugar Chill Cure Is a sate and pleasant remedy for Chills and, Fever, perfectly taste less. Sold on a guarantee. Don't fail to try it at Dr. Jos. D. Boners. The ruins of Bluebeard's castle are said to still remain in a lonely mountain road near Interlaken, Switzerland. Corn, Oats, Stye, Eran, Hay, Rust Proof Texas Seed Oats, Seed Barley. All fresh goods. H. Fisher. Life Ib 'Worth Living. Sreole Female Tonic makes the employ ment of lifo noesible. and makes life worth the living, weak and sickly women find new health and strength in its use. The rabbit can stand a lower de greo of temperature than any other animal. C. W. HESS Is the place to buy your cart harness for six dollars. Millions of small red spiders are creating great havoc in the orchards of California. IT. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Cartaring Garza, the Mexican re bel was defeated in an engagement with Mexican troops and then 'hanged to a tree. The Greatest Strike1. Among tho great strikes, that of. Dr. Miles in aiscovering his New Heart Cure lias proven itself to bo one of the mbst. im portant. Tho 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. Nervous Diseases, free. The uncqualed New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by Jo. Tristram, agent, also his Restorative Nervine for headache, fit, sprees, hot flashes, nervous chills, opium habitj'etc." 1 Beware of tho praise of your ene my. What pleases him can do yon, little goodv "Don't Kick If Yen are Sick." Creole Female Tonic makes the weak wo man strong and sends new blood bounding through the veins, imparting new life and strength to the weakened parts. It stimulates nature to its work with tho happiest effect. "We commend it to suffer ing women everywhere as a sovereign reme dy for their peculiar ailments. m m m Col. Fred Grant, United States minister to Austria, says he is hope ful that the Austrian government will remove the prohibition against American pork. - ' m m . Do not wait until you are attacked with Cholera Morbus, Diarrhcea, Summer Com plaint, or any relaxed condition of tha bowels, but have JTaguire's Benno "Plant constantly on hand to meet the emergency. Price 75 cents per bottle. Expressage paid if 3 bottles aro ordered. J. & C. Maguire, St. Louis, Mo. m m When Russell Harrison demanded a cutter Fassett ought at least to' bave-o1Ierea-Mnrrr-"schooner." , m i I Have, as Ton Know, been selling JBradileld's Female Regulator; for years, and have a steadily increasing de mand for it; it gives tho very best satisfac tion. I freauenfly sell it to physicians, who use it in their practice with the most tatis factory results. B. Tnoitis, M. D., Valdosta, Ga. m The United States steamer Alba tross has arrived at San Francisco The Albatross is to proceed at once to make surveys for a cable from San Francisco to Honolulu. A HUSBAND'S MISTAKE. Husbands too often permit wives, and parents their children, to suffer from head ache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, fits, nervousness, when by the use of Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine "such serious results could easily be prevented. Druggists every-gj where say it gives universal satisfaction, ami Jf has an immense sale. Woodwortli& Co -of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Snow & Co.,, of Syracuse, N. X; J. C. "Wolf, "Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds of others say "It is tho greatest Bcller they ever Tcnew." It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book on Nervous Diseases, free at Jos. Tristram's Drug Store. m m From the fruit preserver we get our jams and from the distiller our jim ams. m m For Over Fifty Years Mas. "WiOTLOws SooTiirso Syrup has been, used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gams, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for. Diarrhoea. It will relievo the poor little sufferer imme diate'y. Sold by druggists in every parrt of the world. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and ask lor. Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup," end take no other kind. The Prince of Wales is said to smoke cigars that measures seven inches in length and cost $1800 a thousand. LUNCH. At all hours day and night at Santa Fe Saloon. There are 300 newspapers publised in Fleet street, London, eleven of which are dailies. l'ln Yonr Faith. 1111 VUUl Attl.A W .v.w.w-. wuw .vi.au tu you will never regit t it. It is a remedy pe- cunarxy jjrujjajcuiv jauin. Potatoes are so abundant in Southern California that they can hardly bo disposed of at any price. Save Money by buying vour homemade harness of C. W. Hess. Pin Hook, Hog Eye, Rubber Xeck and Hole-in-the-Groundiare names of a few of the postoffices in Missouri. I