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BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER
BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 40, 4894. VOLUME XX VI. NO. 49 v- t . 'toiiatekei , t. -2 5 s. s ; t Brenham, Texas. Office over lleber Stone's Banks 9000 acres oh G. C. & S. F. R. R. in Cole man and Runnels coun ties, all under fence 350 in cultivation, balance in -pasture, good water. Price $4 per acre, easy terms. - 8000 acres two miles from Ballinger, all un der fence, $6 per acre 640 acres in Run nels county $3 per acre 640 acres in Run nels county $6 per acre. 640 acres 7 miles south of Ballinger, $3 per acre. 320 acres p miles west of Ballinger, $2.50 per acre. 1,280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger, po per acre. 80 sections in Run nels, Concho, Coleman and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit. 64,000 acres in the unties of Schleicher p. Sutton counties, '.25 per acre. f all bcrcfmc Chronic Uletrt th Lt m'-ited iX treifcntnl, Cttwrh, RbcvLfttlioi. CURES curlkl P!4on( Trtur, Scld Head, t tr.. etc P. P. P. la TwfT8l Ionic, and an ctllsl apptllwr. utfcalrjjopttwtjitro. rpmij. .... T aAl. aUu anion - tottttead and WfiOtft fclOOd U Til ao InpCTa otdilci. doato inDitrnal lmipJart,t?T JltiniUij rroffrtlM oJ r. P. P., PricMj Aib. Poll Boot . nl.a.l. hlloMhl tlV If.. WOZKKTfut tODlC ASd LIOCU- and rofcununu I uiXXXLim asAis., jrropnewrs, Druggists, Lippman's Block, SAVAHHAH, Git Jos In-lram acpnt tor almvp meiiicine Jos. Triotram Agent forabove medicine. 2 o 8 B E I Q O O B i M sal HftcrO H with (Wl atUfkcttc tot Hit nm fee nJ .. f rHmf-r. fUtwnJtr tnA T rKU&l .bdofM T. P. P. M p itl41 ara innc tKrJlBPOISDH ODD. CURES """.MALARIA X m & x Q W P3 o Advertise your Christmas goods; thoEnEMUM Weekly Baxxeb will reach all your country customers, the Daily tho city trade. rdarriage Licenses. Following is the list of marriage licenses issued from the County Clerk'-. "!" . for the week ending WeJnt lm afternoon. December. 9. 1S01 : William Carter and Cora Green. Jerry Kerley and Eachel Bichard- sou. Fritz Schcndel and Bertha Kalbon. Henry Meyer and Ida Loesch. Gustav Jaroszewski and Bertha Sydow. Friednch Hush and Annie Wa kening. Frank Hill and Lucy Felder. Jno. Felder and Mattio Toland. Gustav Wittliff and Anna Muhl brand. Neil Cnrniichal and Annie Schmidt. Fritz Tieinan and Minna Stege moller. Fritz Stegemoller and Bertha Staly. Jonas King and Mattie Cummings. A Hold Attempt at Itobbery. Mr. Fritz Leverkuhn and wife came down from Houston Tuesday night to attend the funeral of Mr. Wm. Bode, who was a brother of Mrs. Leverkuhn, but arrived too late, the funeral having taken place in the afternoon before their arrival. While waicing at the depot for some of their folks to meet them a negro jerked Mrs. Leverkuhn'shand satch- ' el from where it was suspended on i her arm and ran off with it, but not without having to elude a lively chase by Mr. Leverkuhn. Fortu- nately there was no monev in the purse, and the lady's greatest loss was a pair of gold rimmed specta cles. Liquors I Liquors I Liquor T M . Just received one car load liquors, consisting of Alcohol, brandy, gin, ; DiacKoerry oranay, wnissey :;u grades in barrels, halt barrols and in 5 and 10 gallon kegs. H. FlSHER, Wholesalo Liquor Dealer. The Nt'u York life Insurance c,,",l,!",y i To the Policv-holders of the New 1 York Life Insurance company : If you will address me. stating ' number and amount of policy you hold in the New York Life Insur ance company. I may be. able to j make some suggestions in your in- i teresu. jrrouiut ;uluuuuu ia uuouii- ,ble. Very Respectfully, Jxo. E. HoLi.isGswop.Tn, Insurance Commissioner Austin. Texas. I Old Puritan Whiskey a genuine article at Santa Fe Saloon. Orphan' Homo Hay. several years for churches, societies" and in-1 dividuals to regard Christmas week as Or-' phans' Home week, and the nearest Sunday interest of Uuckner Orphans' home, a State wide charity, open to all dependent white IU VJlllSlliJUS IU VSJiaij3 A.WiiS 'HJJ U"- ; tS&Tfito! fhetsom and" request i for chm-chos and Sunday schools to have a special service on too Su i- j .u-:. .: . ..- cl-... uajr ui in.-.. ...cu.... neatest iu v.i.riM.is- j,fucuitv ori"inateu over a game ot day, and alter an appropriate sermon or1 , v, i.,i l . et. address, to take up a cash collection. During cards. Perry was arrested by Shei- thc holidays the plan is to canvass tho town iff Cone and jailed, and Tobe Wil- or community, calling on families, but i Hams, by Constable Green, as an ac- speciallv on all business men, for eontribu- nmi:0i tions o't clothing, dry goods, grccerie-, co"'l"1-t- drugs and other articles", to be gathered by The gin of Clary BrOS., near the canvassers, boxed and shipped to tho!E0ers BeU county,, was destroyed Home. Cloth or good paper bags mav be , a. , t r- ,!..' : w, used, nn.lMolicwtributori.iay Turni.fi h,bV fil Jast Fnday evening. The own. but fur all canvassers who want and hands succecdedm saving fifty-three will write to me for them, suitable printed I bales out of sixty. Several hundred paper bags will be sent to the nearest ex- pounds of seed were entirely des press otlice named, or bv mail if preferred. If , mi i , The family now numbers over 200, and j troyed. The fire was caused by a we are erecting an excellent brick building match in a bale of cotton that was that will increase the capacity to 300. Chil- beinf ginned. Loss, S2500; no in dren are now here from the rci-iotobounda-. - Tf : :; ij.p : :n iin ries of the State, and from all religious de- sunce- ir-1S saia me Km Wl11 e nominations and of no religious faith. All i aro equally cared for. The attention of pastor;, Sunday school officials and individuals is earnest!- called to this matter, and they are invited to co operate in making this the most successful ot all holiday efforts. Correspondence on the subject is solicited. Please addrcs K. C. Buckxer, Orphans' Home Station, Dallas County, Tex. Kcmovnl Notice. Ou tho 1st of January 1S!)2 we will remove our stock of Goods into the Connell building, next door to R. Gross' music store, formerly occu pied by F. A. Eldridge. Respectfully, Kxoop & Sciiawe. XOTICL'. If the stock of merchandise of F A. Eldridge is not sold in bulk by the 5th day of December I will pro ceed to close out by retailing the stock at ana below cost. E. L. Salley, Assignee. APPLES! x APPLES! 500 Barrels choice, iust received and for sale by HFISnEK. The ladies of the Episcopal church will opcu their Bazaar on Wednesday night, Dec. 10. con tinuing until Saturday, Dec. 20. Persons wishing cheap and hand some holiday presents are roouest od to givo us their kind patronago as uerctotore. STATE NEWS. Casino hall at Forfc Worth brib ed Monday. Se er.il new houses up at Rogers. are going A tenement house at Franklin burned Monday. Omaha, Morris county, h33 ship ped to date 2100 bales of cotton. W. J. Parks a brakesman on the Forfc Worth & DenTer railway fell Monday and was considerably man gled. Arthur Estes, -ho killed the negroy Ike Jones, at Denton Satur day night, was arrested Monday in Collin county. He was sent to Ft. Worth. K. L. Tonge, book-keeper for Col. J. B. Simpson at Dallas, com mitted suicide in that city Sunday night by shooting himself with a 45 calibre Smith & Wesson pistol. Mrs. Bulah Conners. the depot agents wife, at Cookvill, Titus coun ty, Monday took an overdoso of chloral with suicidal intent and died of the effect a short time- afterward. Duk Hubbard, colored, was shot and killed at a negro danco near Franklin, Robertson county Monday night, supposed to have been the result of a conspiracy of a party of negroes ho had reported for gamb ling. The large warehouse of H. Hel- man, situatea on Front street at t-i 1 ,1 -it .1 : - Q nuumou axuuuay o.cuiuK -" " o'clock. It contained 300 tons nf hav, 2000 bushels of corn and 3000 bushels of cottonseed, besides some ; agricultural implements. Total loss, S7000 : insurance, S2500. Lasfc Monday evening at Rog-' or's. Bell COUnty, while Miss Maggie ; , illor .a sixteen-year-old daughter i0f q. jj. Miller, was washing i ' niA,o nor mee mm1,( A on1 clio , was fearfullv burned, from which ' she died in creat aconv within five hours. She was buried the next day. I Monday morning the body of i?on Jose Burgos, secretary of the district court in Juarez, Jlex., was found on the bank of the acequia with the head in the water, near El p. Foul plav is suspected, as he won largely at cards the other i night, but no money was found on his body. . ' A. H. Martin, ticket agent of ! the Central at Corsicana, who was j arrested on the charge of shortage ' in his accounts, has had the case dismissed bv the road. The deficit was but slight and was made good Wen ascertained. He has been with the road for ten years and is ' regarded as an honorable man. j Henry Perrv, the proprietor of I n nnlnrn1 irimWiiKflinneoin "Vnvnsru ' to, shot Irvin Adkins , in the bowels .Saturday night and accidentally j shot Crap Williams in the leg. The ! I ..:. u 1 .... .i Till Fofjil anil Health Exposition at lloston was a surprising success, and shows how interested the great public is in the ques tion of i pure and healthful food. No one article at the exposition attracted the atten j tion or created the interest that Cottolene 1 d'H. Th:s new substitute for lard evidently fill- a lcng-fe!t want, and the demand for it is so great in Xcw England that its succes- is an established fact. Cottolene is a perfectly pure and healthful product. Ii is composed of So per cent, pure cotton seed oil and 20 per cent, pure beef suet nothing else. It has no odor and is more easily handled than lard, avoids the unpleasant odor attached to hot lard, and better yet, avoids the unhealthy effects inseparable from the use ot hog lard rersons who could not eat pies or pastry cooked with hog's lard can eat heartily of these articles when cooked with Cottolene without fear of disagreeable con-equences. Cotwlene is put up in neat tin pails and is f-r sale by all grocers. A Western girl is papering her room with love letters. The dado is composed entirely of proposals cor marriage, arranged chronologi- fally. m m m A llU-5li.NI 3IIMMKI;. Husbands too often permit wives, and parents their children, to suffer irom head- nervousness, when by the use 0 Dr. Miles' j Restorative Nervine such serious results could easilv be nre ented. Druuists every where say it gie- universal satisfaction, and has an immense sale. Woodworth & Co., of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Snow Sz Co.. of Syracuse, '. Y.; J. C. Welf, Hillsdale, Mich.; and hundreds ol 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 Drug Store. Highest of all in Leavening Power. I Wn. ff fjW 1 s, j&m& a ABSOUHHISf PURE It is estimated that morc than two billion dollars are ivestod in dairying in thiB country. This is double the amount inve&.tud in banking. save Honey by buying youriomemade harness ol C. W. Hess. Manuro cannot contain anything not in the food suppl-ed. Tho quality of manure depends largely upon the feed. m m FINE CIGAKS! Best 5 cent Cigar in tho city at tho Santa Fk Salopn The Columbia river is so clear at low water that salmon fishing can only be successfully conducted at night. ON ICE Western Dairy and Fancy Cream- orv Knttr-r. Frill flrnfim PhAnsr. . n . "J ---- - Danisch and Holland Herring, ! Pickles, and all other perishable e00tjs H. FISHER. A few poles and plenty of straw will make a splendid shelter, Miles' crve ?iii(l JLiver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the Kv, stomach and bowels throuch the nerves. A new discovery. Ur. Jliles lnluew Heart Cure is speedily cure biliousness, bad tafle, torpid liver, piks, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses, 25 cts. Samples free, at Jos. Tristram's drue- store. If you have been in the habit of watering tho cows in tho winter at a pond by cutting a hole in the ice, mako preparations now to water them at a trough in the yard. For Over Fifty Years Mrts. "Wisslows fcooximro bxHur has been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, 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 sufferer imme- ; SW 2ZgSttS? b sure and ask tor Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup, ?nd take no other kind. Justice vorse. is the soul oftho uni- CorDi 0ats, Kyo, Bran, . ? flsl ,Proot AT.as ? eed "at3' Snort Rnrlnv. All trflsh onnrin. Soed Barley. All fresh goods. H. Fisher. Can anything be so elegant as to have few wants and serve them to one's self? tianors ! Lpral Lianors Jusr received two car loads li quors, consisting of Brandies, Gins, Blackbery Brandy, French Cog nac Whiskey all grades in bar rels, hall barrels and 10 and 5 gal lon kega. F. Kbentzmn, Wholesale Liquor Dealer. Neal Dow is yearning to see the whipping post erected to punish the awful rurasellers. ltradllelil'ri Female ltrsulator should be used by the young woman, she who suffers from any disorder peculiar to her sex, and at change of life is a powerful tonic; J benefits all who use it. iold by all druggists. Man in his infancy of knowledge thinks that till creation wasiormed lor hi in. l!e Considerate. Don't worry your friends and family with that worn and faded appearand. Gtt a bottle of Creole Female Tonic It will change your pallid cheeks to the rosy hue of health. The most violent thunderstorms in the world occur in French Guinea. FOR DYSPEPSIA, Indigestion, and Stomach disorder, usa nnowx's ikon bittehs.-I All dealers teep it. SI per totUe. Genuine hu trade-raark and croEv-d rtd 1U.IS 01. nrajper. .rt .. jj-. prizes by the racing associations amounted to S1S0,000. reaches 54,000,000. .Now it LaCJrlppe Once 3Iore. Marsden's Pecforal Balm is an unfailing cure for this dread disease. Begin using the Balm immediately upon discovering the presence of the disease. It neer fails to cure it. In nu tne money auaeu ioip U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1S89. bwder : Professor Sanborn states : ''Shal low tillage and even no tillage are moro effective than deeD tillage tor potatoes." Chase's Barley Halt Whisky is free from all trace of Verdigris or other impurity. Being rich and nutritions, it builds tip the icuic .urn me consumptive, sola Dy L,. r. Crassmuck. - i It is claimed that seods left id theirsoed covers till waDtedfor planting germinate much more certainly than those from which the hulls have been removed. i Sussr Chill Cure Is a sate and pleasfo remedy for Chills and Fever, 'perlecOy taste less. Sold cm a guarantee. Don't fail t tr? it at Dr. Jos. D. Kojrers. ' mm When a queen flies away ivher you catch her to clip, we are tolc just to let her alone and she'I come back. Some times she doei with me, bnt more often she doe not, remarks Dr. Miller. The Greatrst Strike. Among the great strikes, that of Di Miles in discovering his New Heart Cur has proven itself to"be one of the most im portent. The demand for it has become a tonishinc. Already the treatment of heai disease is being revolutionized, and man: unexpected cures effected. It soon relieve short breath, fluttering, pains in side, arm shoulder, weak and hungry spells, oppres sion, swelling ot ankles, smotherinsr an heart dropsy. Dr. Miles' book on Heart an .Nervous Diseases, free. The uneauale- sold and sruaranteed b Jos. Tristram, agent, also his Itestorativ Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, he flashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc. Buy tho boy a nice bamboo fish ing rod and give him a half Satui day off m which to use it. Ho wn bo a more faithful worker, a bette boy and a better man because of 1 For Malaria, Liver Trou ble, or Indigestion, use BROWN'S IRON BITTERS If you have been keeping cow all day in a cool yard without shei ter during the cold season, make warm shed for them, facing south so that they can Keep comfortabli pi Good Ad Ire. Exchange. In winter more exercise is required for th body than in summer. Wear warm underclothing; material o open texture is preferable. Avoid catching cold, but should you d velop a cough take immediate steps to get ri of it. The most effective remedy for coughs t colds is Marsden's Pectoral Balm; it is pleas ant to take and never fails to cure. Ask your druggist for it, and don't be pe suaded to take any other instead. In tho ordinary rotation w should use the subsoil plow fo potatoes, if at all, running it 1 possible- in tho bottom of th trench. It no potatoes were grow we should use it on tho corr, say Editor Carman Washington -died shortly afteL 11 p. m. Saturday, Dec. 14, 1799 tho last year of tho century, thi last month of tho year, the last day of the week, and within thi last hour of tho day. Office of S. Cherry, 21 Drayton Streer, Savannah, Ga., Dec 16, 1S90. Messrs. Liopmann Bros.. Savannah, Ga Dear Sirs I would like to add mv test) mony to the ilmoot miraculous effect c P. P. P. in the case of Mary Injrraham, woman living on my place. She had a coa stant cough, sore throat, denimy, etc, an. was emaciated to a degree that she was ui able to get out of bed unaided, being givei up by physicians. She had taken the nunoi so-called Blood Medicines without the lea effect, until being put under the P P. P sb immediately began to improve, and is no in as good health as ever in her life. Yo can refer to me at any time as to the effect P. P. P. in the foregoing case. Yours truly, SAMUEL CHERRl For sale by all druggists. P. P. P A wonderful medicine. It gives a appetite, it invigorates an strengthens. P. P. P. Cures rheumatism and all pains ii side, back and shoulders-, knee hips, wrists and joints. Cures syphilis in all its variov stages, old ulcers, sores and kic ney complaints. Cures catarrh, eczema, erysipcla . all skin diseases and mercuns poiioning. Cures dyspepsia, chronic fema complaints and broken do constitution and loss of mat hood. The best blood punfier of the ag Has made more permanent cur than all other blood remedies. P. P. P. P. P. P. P. P. P. P. P. C. E. Warlich, of Giddino made a deed of trust, vith4,Geor. beay, as trustee. Jlonuay. .- If tH M S.