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.zr&f J VOLlhME XX VI BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOB.ER 29, 4894. NO. 43 ty?. V.-OT? .J V s j. r. siumox Gurry & Simmons, r. CCFHT , -loaMtolfNts, Brenham, Texas, Office over Heoer Stone's Bank. 9000 acres on G. C. & S. F. R. R. in Cole man and Runnels coun ,ties, all under fence 350 Lin cultivation, balance 'in pasture, good water. ce $4 per acre, easy terms. 8000 acres two miles -? rom Ballirlger, all up- fcr fence, $6 per acre. )40 acres in Run- county $3 per acre t0 acres in Run- bounty $6 per acre. acres 7 miles )f Ballinger, S3 acres 5 miles 5allinger,$2.5C acres 12 miles of Ballinger, tcre. tions in Run- :ho, Coleman ill counties; Hots to suit. teres in the Schleicher counties, ire. J Be Sure to Get Genuine GQTTOLENE. As soon as say enterprising and responsible Arm diCOers a new article that Is a good thing, so Boon do base Imitations arise. This Is especially true of Cottolene. We make no secret about the in gredient In Cottolkne. There Is no hidden or mj sterous process in its preparation or manufacture. Ever thing about Cottolene Is open and above board, eo you know Just what j on buy. COTTOLENE Is a simple mixture of choice se lected cotton oil and beef suet. But bewareof imitations. None Is genuine without our Trade Mark. Our Trade Mark is registered In the Patent Office to protect us and our customers against counterfeit- 1Dou will readily detectlmitatlOM of Cottolene by their bad quality when jou come to use them, but thatwouldbeafteryo have bought and spent your money. Protect yourself from Imposition before' vou buy by examining our Trade Mark and seeing that the label is on the package. Wo use only the most delicate fine flavored, carefully refined and clarified oil, crushed from sound, selected, freshseed. We have staked our reputation npon the purity and wholesomenessofourproduct. Be sure to get t he genuine Cottoiene. Made only by N.K. FAIRBANK & CO., St. Louis, Mo. Tower? ''SHIV& ln?prov?i MUCKER f is Guaranteed ht, Jtbialuttly Water 7 Proof. AU. mprorxj Snelcers hive beside theFWiBrind Brut OJ&LU levtryCofli tSrtT 7KkHlMj.lt on every Co1 5oftWoolei7 'Cfr WatCh Out! Collar, so m Send la A J. TOWER. MFR. BOSTON. MASS CjUchh. v STATE NEWS. Alexander i3 asking for water works. The peanut crop of East Texas is extra fine. Lubbock county needs one or two artesian wells. There is talk of a cotton fac tory started in Paris. The Decatur high school is said to be progressing finely. The water supply of Brazos county is running short. Farmers in "Wise county are wanting rain to sow wheat. Miss Mamie Smith, of Jewett, was bumed to death recently. The watermelon crop of La Salle county is still being marketed. In Castro county the farmers are still plowing and sowing wheat. Galveston has worked up con siderable interest in the World's Fair. The corn average in farms about Luling is forty bushels to the acre. E. Weaver and son were badly hurt in a runaway at Rogers re cently. Sid Simms' gin near Jewett with 25 bales of cotton was burned Monday. The citizens of Dimmit are anx- iouB to have a bank with 100,000 capital. Frazier Bros, gin at Eagle Lake, with 27 bales of cotton, burned Saturday. A revival meeting is now going on at Colorado. Sixty conversions have been reported. The pecan crop of Wichita coun ty is estimated to be the largest ever known in thct part of the state. Foard county farmers are busy sowing wheat and the acreage is be ing largely increased at this sowing. Cattle on the range in the eas tern part of Stephens county are said to be faring badiy. The citizens of Alexander are anxious for a daily mail between that place and Stepbensville. Collin county is threatened with a water famine, should the rain be withheld ten days longer. Corn is selling in Luling at 50 cents a bushel, and there is a good crop throughout the county. In digging a well recently in Hondo, a strong flow of water was struck at the depth of nineteen feet. The farmers in Kaufman county say they could give active employ ment to five or six hundred cotton pickers. The Cotton Belt railway office at Corsicana, was entered by bur glars a few nightB ago and about $200 taken. Lavaca river at Edna is to be spanned by a 4,000 iron Dindgo which will be put up by the King Bridge Co. The gin of Ernest Mattingly burned near Giddings recently with 90 bales of cotton. Loss $7,000. No insurance. A man by the name of Mat thews was arrested at Queen City for stealing a horse at Texarkana Saturday night. TLe Texas synod of the Presby terian church at the late session voted to make the girls1 seminary at Gainesville a synodical school. The contract for the lumber to build a cotton seed oil mill at Tem ple has been lot, and a purchaser of machinery is now in NewYork. Nearly all the farmers in How ard county are reported to be sow ing wheat, and the prospect for small grain is said to be excellent. A negro woman at Seguin gave birth to a child last Friday. She and the child died, suspicion was aroused and the bodies were autop sied and it was found that they had been poisoned with rough on rats. "Texas is said to have the larg est variety of woods of any of the States; the list being given at about 200 species. It is also said to have much more walnut than is generally known." The above is correct, and the principal portion of this timber is in the Eastern part of the State. Texas stacks up fairly well on her tax rolls. A recaptulation in the comptroller's offico establishes the fact that her citizens return 7.10,000, 000. A Texan who renders his property at half value is too honest to hold an office, preach, practice medicine or law, or edit a news paper. Two billion of money is a low estimate on the value of possessions. The quiet and peaceful town of Channing waB Sunday disturbed by two noted desperadoes, Tom and Joe Graham, who tried to take charge of the city. They resisted arrest, but were finally captured, al though not before they had shot se riously the sheriff of Hartly county These desperadoes created zrreat ex. cit6ment in Channing by shooting I at every house they saw, breaking glass and doing considerable dain ange. They were both wounded. Near Paris Saturday William Wilson, while attending to some ma chinery at a gin, had his pants were drawn under a belt while the gin was running at a high rate of speed, and his leg was drawn against a shaft, twisted around it, the bone crushed and the flesh stripped off from ankle to knee. Amputation was necessary. Some excitement prevailed in the city of Belton Friday, when it became known that several young ladies had been suspended or ex pelled from the Baylor female col lege and sent home. It is alleged that they had been receiving notes from the boys, which is contrary to the rules of the institution. The railroad of the Tyler car and lumber company, which runs from the Houston .East and West Texas railroad to the Tyler South eastern at Durst, is nearing comple tion, and will be quite an improve ment to the conn try. They furnish work for lota of men and put a great deal of money into circulation. Martin Mooney, an employee of the Fort Worth and Bio Grande railway, was found hanging to a limb near Fort Worth Sunday morn ing, but there was no evidence to show that he hung himself, and it is believed that he was drugged, robbed and then carried out and hung up to hide the murder. An attempt to wreck thj east bound Santa Fe train near Coleman the other day, was prevented by Will Futch, who removed from the track two large timbers and quanti ty of iron bais. The train would have been thrown from the track undoubtedly. The breeding of thoroughbred horses is to be put to a practical test in Southwest Texas by Jno. P. Morris, the Louisiana millionaire, and principle stockholder in. the lot tery, and has' sent eight fine stal lions to San Antonio, one valued at S100.000, v Friday evening the residence of Rev. Mr. Racking, at Sulphur Springs,- was ransacked and fired while the family was in the field picking cotton, the thieves securing S100. The house was saved by prompt work. In a difficulty at a saloon in Fagle Pass on Sunday a man named Higginbotham, shot through the breast a man by tne name of It. i. Elliot, who interferred in a fight he was having with a third man. A runaway horse at Bryan a few days ago, threw Mrs. Thos. Batto out of the buggy together with two children, receiving injuries from which she will not recover. Hale county boasts of fine vege tables. A pumpkin weighing fifty- eight pounds and a seven and-a-half- pound sweet potato are samples of what can be raised. Near Franklin Sunday Tom Gray and Bill Green fought, Gray cutting Green's throat from the ef fects of which he died in fifteen minutes. Ten families of immigrants from the old states arrived at Sher man Sunday night and left next day for White Mound, where they will settle. The Baptist brethern at San Marcos intend building a S1200 par sonage; a considerable amount of the requisite sum has been subscrib ed. During the circus at Palestine thieves entered the residence of Mr. Bunette Ezell and stole jewelry and other articles to the value of SI, 000. An experimental artesian well is soon to be bored in Albany, in order to ascertain the depth required to obtain flowing wells. A wild turkey that weighed fif teen pounds after it was dressed, was killed last Saturday within two miles of Kaufman. About Commerce there hns been some wheat sown, but want of rain is keeping many of the farmers Irom sowing. A poultrv raiser in Gatesville has sent for an incubator that will have a hatching capacity for GOO cuicliens. Rosalio Castillo, who bintally outraged a girl at El Paso last Sep tember has just been sentenced to hang. Highest of all in Leavening Power. pA lrnl ?W Mwrjmf&m II JB m m m pTrmaTte2&s & mm wot ABSOUTEOf PURE The school buildings at Taylor are new and commodious, and the attendance good. Save Money by buying your homemade harness of C. W. Hess. Gov. Hubbard spoke at the Dallas Fair Monday, telling of the success achieved by the Texas ex hibit cars during his northern trip. FINE CIGARS! Best 5 cent Cigar in the city at the Santa Fe Saloon. Conductor Jewell of the Sabine and East Texas got his leg caught between the engine and tons; near Colmesneil Monday and had it mash ed into a jelly. ON ICE! Western Dairy and Fancy Cream ery Butter, Full Cream Cheese, Damsch and Holland Herring, Pickles, and all other perishable goods. H. FISH-EK. Henry Clews, of New York, has a $40,000 bathroom. 0. W. HESS Ib the place to buy your cart harness for six dollars. ' m m Henry M. Stanley says: "A man's wife is too sacred for the world to know and discuss. Old Puritan Whiskey a genuine article at Santa Fe Saloon. Rufus Hatch raised and sold gar den truck. FOR SALE, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls, in quantities to suit, at BsEkHAii On, Mhj Boswell P. Ffewe'r was a clerk in a corner grocery. Call on C. W. Hess, and get your buggy harness at six dollars. Connecticut last year took out more patents in proportion to population than any other state of the union. For Over .fifty Years Mas. "Wixslows booTHiKO Sthup has been used for over fifty jears by s millions of mowers ior meir cnuoren wuuu teeuuug, with perfect success. It soothes tho child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little suffeter imme diate??. Sold by druggists in every parrt of tne worlu. 1 wenty-nve cents a ooiue. tse sure and ask tor Mrs. "Winslow'a Soothmg Syrup," snd take no other bind. Henry E. Abbey began as a corner player in a theater at Akron, Ohiw. . . Corn, Oats, Hys, Bran, Hay, Bust Proot Texas Seed Oats, Seed Barley. All frosh goods. H. Fishbb. Senator Matthew Stanley Quay earned his first money sawing wood. Liprs! Liquor ! Lienors Just received two car loads li quors, consisting of Brandies, Gins, Blackbery Brandy, French Cog nac Whiskey all grades in bar rels, halt barrels and 10 and 5 gal lon kegs. F. Kbentzlin, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Meissonier was to have painted one of the frescoes on the Panuheon, but he died before he finished his sketch. Detaille, Cagin or Constant will take his place. Liquors I Liquors! Liquors! Just received one car load liquors, consisting ot Alcohol, brandy, gin, blaokberry brandy, whiskey all trades in barrels, halt barrels and in t and 10 gallon kegs. H. Fisheb, Wholesale Ijianor Dealer. - m m . 1 The bestowal of the freedom of New-castle-upon-Tyne upon Mr. Gladstone makes the eighth time the privilege has been exercised during the present century. . I llaefas You Know. been selling BradCeld's Fcnale Regulator for years, and have n st adily increasing de mand for it; it gives tho very best satisfac tion. I frequently sell it to p"liy5icians, who uiu a in iiit'ir practice wim me most faiia factory results. R. Thomas, M. D., VALDOSTA, UA. TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ai 'W& To have some flowers about tho house is in easy matter. Chase's Barley Halt Whisky is'stimulatins and nourishing to tho consumptive, the old and feeble. It is absolutely pure- Sold by1" L. F. Grassmuck, Brenham, Texas. v m In a tidy garden, clerring up succe eds cropping. .. 1, m w . One of the Good Thine. Female Tonic. Every lady who ha3 'given it ft. trill rvill foil rnn Viato la nntTiinfr lit a it for woman's peculiar hilments. Tuberose bulbs are very sensitive to frost- Pin Your Tatth. Pin your faith to Creole Female Tonic and you will never regret it. It is a remedy pe culiarly prepared for ladies. - . ' The weed seeds, insect-infested brush in short all rubbish should go- - . . UfeUWorUiXlnns. Greole Female Tonic makes the employ ment of life possible, and makes life worth, the living. Weak and sickly women find new health and strength in its use. When handling fruit remember this: A bruise is the sure starting point of decay. . Sugar Chill Core Is a sale ana pleasant remedy for Chills and Fever, perfectly taste less. Sold on a guarantee. Don't foil to try it at Dr. Jos. D. Borers. Senator Arthur P. Gorman was once a page in the United States Senate. Do not wait until you are attacked with. Cholera Morbus, Diarrhoea, Summer Com plaint, or any relaxed condition of the. .bowels, but have Maguire's Bcnno Plant ' constantly on hand to meet tho emergency. Price 75 cents per bottle. Expressage paid if 3 bottles are ordered. J. & C. Jiaguire, ' St. Louis, Ho. . . Senator Proctor's first step jnte lofficiallife was as a' village selectman.'" A nCSBAKD'8 3IIST.1KE. Husbands too often permit wives, and parents their children, to suffer from head ache, dizziness, neuralgia, sleeplessness, fits, nervousness, when by the use ot Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine sucll serious results could easily be prevented. Druggists every where say it gives universal satisfaction, and has an immense sale. Woodworth& Co of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Snow & Co., of Syracuse, 3. T.; J. C. Welf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds of others say "It is the greatest seller they ever knew." It contains no opiates. Trial bottles and fine book on Nervous Diseases, free at Jos. Tristram's Drugstore. . . Tho oil mill at Bonham which has been suspended on account of water has leased the Texas and Pa cific artesian well which flows 50,000 gallons per day, and started up again. ... - Maes' Aerve and. .Liver Pills Act on a new pnncipie regulating the liver, stomach and bowels through the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 60 doses, 25 cts. Samples free, at Jos. Tristram's drue store. Associate Justice Stephen J. Field, who has been in poor health for some time, has so far recovered that he expecte, to return to the bench this 'month. "Don't KlcK If Ton 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 the happiest effect. We commend it to suffer ing women everywhere as a sovereign reme dy for their peculiar ailments. Carl Schurz has resigned his place as American director of the Ham burg-American Packet Company, to take effect on the 1st of January next. Ex-Queen Isabel of Spain is taking beauty baths at Scbiuzanch, where antiques are renovated and time worm flesh tints are restored. . . Tho Greatest Strike. Among the great strikes, that of Dt. Miles in discovering his New Heart Cure has proven itself toTe one of tho 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 spell3, oppres sion, swelling ot ankles, smothering and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart and Nervous Diseases, free. The unequaled New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed ty Jos. Tristram, agent, also his Restorative Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, hot flashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc m Michigan raises twice as many Leaches as Delaware, and Illinois produces much more whisky than Kentucky.