Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 35, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 26, 1880 Page: 3 of 4
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AwLEsarcplentiful and quite
ed yet. ''
Don't forget the railroad
Fat hogs or mutton find
ready sale in this market at lib-
IjArgb quantities of freight
jsowfreach this city via the San-
ta re railway.
An abundance of sweet pota-
toes have been raised in this
county this season.
Walker's saloon has been
removed to the Dwyer building
on St Charles street.
Country butter is remarka-
bly scarce in this market and
commands good prices.
At tiie liantist church a Dro-
tracted meeting is being held
with gratifying results..
Some men would rrrumblc'
they were to be hanged. JJi
. ltam has two individuals of tha
Tkacklaving on the SanU
Fe railway is now pr
Xtt KstNTZLIN h
nettsc stock of HancocTcshd
Of Garfield cigars. Call and
A MAH who knows he is in
the right whether politically or
otherwise isnot ashamed of
liis political acts.
PtENTV of new corn in mar-
Ted at $ cents a bushel yet
meal &5pld-at75 cents a bush-
el. Why is this thus?
"The fbt of the West Mill
creek Turners "will take place
on. the" iSth of September in-
stead of the ibthas "heretofore
The big gully between Doug-
las aad West streets on Vulcan
street has been partially filled
with: dirt hauled from the Santa
The Banner is the onlydem-
ocratic newspaper published in
Brcnham the Reporter Is inde-
pendent ?md the Volksbotc re-
publican. When a man is- unable to
conduct his own business suc-
cessfully his advice about con-
ducting that of his neighbors is
Barbecue. The colored
democrats in the vicinity of
Zionsville" had a barbecue on
Friday. 'Mr. Seth Shepard
made them a talk.
The mast in this county is
abundant but there is a great
scarcity of hogs hence the"
prospect" for cheap pork next
fall is not very flattering.
r There are several pieces of
-railway bridge timber lying in
"the bottom near the mouth of
Hog branch belong either to
the Central ot Santa Fe roads.
Farmers are now so busily
engaged in picking cotton that
they cannot spare-Che'time to
come to town consequently
trade is not as good as it should
beat this season.
It is. vaguely rumored on the
streets-that a new democratic
daily paper is to be started in
Uranium. The Banner invites
projectors of the enterprise to
to sail in.
A colored man named Ed-
mtmd .Monitor who has been
porter at the Mclntyre house
for the past sfic or eight months
died yesterday evening about
Barbecue. The barbecue-it
Burton on Wednesbay Sep-
tember 1st will be a grand af-
fair the entire precinct will take
a- hand in it and a very large
crowd is expected.
If the republican mikados
mandarins tycoons and moguls
of this county are. tender foot-
ed about their political record
they should join some political
party of which they are not
Big Bale. On Wednesday
Mr. CLasche of the Wesley
neighborhood brought in the
"big bale" so far. It was gin-
ned by Augusflif ullcr of Pond
creek and weighed 790 pounds.
Mr. ij. Hodde bought it pay-
ing 10 5-8 cents.
The Grand Jury. The fol-
lowing is a list of the grand
jurors for the September term
of the district court: W. A.
Bizrell Chas. Farno George
Alexander A. Cooper; C. Han-
ki Eli Colbert H. O. Robert-
son P. A. Raysor. Henry Eich-
holt Henderson Sledge A. W.
Kirk F. G. Roberts A. Sauls
Ludwig Mcnn John" A. Arm-
stead Marcus Arasler.
When a man is a jack-of-all-Iradcs
and gets a nomination
before a republican convention
and has many accomplishments
arc made public he should con-
tent himself in peace and not
try to throw dirt from ambush.
- It now transpires that it is to
be a republican campaign daily
Instead of a democratic daily
that is to be started here. Come
on with your campaign paper;
it takes money to run one and
the more money in circulation
the better for everybody.
Onions are a very precious
commodity in this market just
now. They are retailed at the
rate of 10 cents a pound which
is fully as much if not more than
they sell for In the mining dis-
tricts in Colorado. At that rate
a "bar"I of interns" brings the
seller about $16.
Ttu-jd-'gkKER. From and
Hjho assumes cdi-
HH"V field labo r
HKMr. and Mrs.
HHK""' l'ho was
HBH The be-
that the use of
ne late republican
conyelllftfll was unauthorized
by liimf that he was satisfied
before it met -that it was a cut
and dried arrangement and that
he stood "no showing conse-
quently he . did not attend the
convention or authorize any one
to act for him.
Fourteen ILocks? Mr. G.
W. Newman of the Pennington
settlement a subscriber of the
Banner's on Thursday brought
to this office 4 boll of cotton
having fourteen locks; it grew
on one stem and had the ap-
pearance of three bolls joined
together. Mr. Newman invites
the Colorado man who raises
the 7-locks to the boll cotton to
N. B. In this issue we give
all the candidates of the repub-
lican party a firsf-class "notice
and don'txharge any of them a
cent. It is done strictly as a
labor of love. They may .im-
agine'that the Banner is work-
ing to secure their clcct'on but
it isn't. As we don't care to
waste good ammunition on small
game the precinct officers are
let alone in their glory.
Accidents. On Monday Mr
H. H. Kerr superintendent of
the'eompress building fell from
a plank hurting his back. His
injuries arc not serious. A me-
chanic whose name we could
not learn got quite a severe fall
by the breaking of an iipperfect
plank from which he had made
a platform. He fell a distance
of ten feet landing on his head.
Dr. Lockelt dressed the wounds
and about dark the man was
out on the streets.
Organized. The Brenham
Cotton. Exchange and Board ol
Trade was organized on Mon-
day by the election of the fol-
lowing gentlemen j C. T. Plunk-
ett president ; H. Hodde vice
president ; J. M. Byrnes secre-
tary; Jeff Bassett treasurer
and the following board of di-
rectors; C. T. Plunkett H.
Hodde W. S. vDe.inis H. S.
Tarver Jeff Bassett R. Hoff-
mann and M.J. Jacob. Twenty-six
members have been en-
rolled and the number will be
increased to thirty.
Zionsville Pastimes. 'In
justice to McCIung's court Win.
Bode was tried by a-jury on a
charge of assault and battery;
verdict not guilty.
A. Streckert was also tried
by a jury oa a charge of assault
and battery; verdict guilty fin-
ed $25. which with the trim-
mings amounted to $43.18 An
appeal was taken.
Botlrof the parties live in the
Zionsville neighborhood; they
"fell out and fit" and after that
appealed to the law.
The Knife. On Thursday
night last a serious cutting af-
fray occurred at Barter's store
in Grcenvine. It appears that
John Rcdford and a young man
Knox who lives in Columbus
had been drinking together with
others. Rcdford and Knox stcpr
ped in the yard and while there
Knox cut Redford in the ab
domen letting out a considerable
portion of his bowels. Whatocr
curred between the youmj men
'v unknown. Drs. McGrcgcr
and Bowers were summoned and
replaced Bedford's bowels find-
ing none of the intestines cut-
The wounded man is at J. M
Ilarrif house. His condition
A Slirxntt TricV.
Those who arc opposed to
education can probably draw a
moral from the following: An
evening or two ago a half-
grown negro girl made a raise
of five or six dollars by putting
in practice a well conceived
and admirably executed plan to
get money without work. Mes-
dames Smith Jones Brown and
Robinson are all keeping house
in one neighborhood. Shortly
after dark the h. g. n. g. ap-
peared hurriedly at the house of
Mrs. Smith and told her that
Mrs. Jones wanted tc borrow
half a dollbr Mrs. S. like a
good neighbor sends the money
as a matter of course. The h.
g. n. g. then goes to the house
of Mrs. Jones and in the same
manner tells her that Mrs. Smith
wants to borrow hall dollar and
will send it back in the. morning.
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Robinson
arc called upon and the same
story is successfully repeated
with the variation of a dollar in
stead of half a dollar; in this
manner a whole neighborhood
is victimized. When the ladies
meet and compare notes they
will find that they have all been
taker in and done for. The h.
n. g. managed her trick so
adroitly that she was enabled to
opera'te in at least two neigh-
borhoods and perhaps more.
This negro girl or her managers
are entitled to great credit for
Political. The moguls ol
the republican party are at outs
with each other. They ate in
the position of two cats with
their tails- tied together and
tluown pv.er'a clothes line; both
arc uncomfortable and each
accuses the other of getttng him
in that fix hence they fight.
At this time the wigwam is said
to be particularly interesting;
there the republicans meet on
common ground and discuss
matters anl things both gene-
rally and politically. The re-
cent convention was-composed
of fifty-one negroes and ten
white and as a matter of course
those who confidently supposed
that they were O. K. and got
left are dissatisfied and blame
it all on the convention;
the convention was a scientifi-
cally constructed machine and
worked as it was expected to.
The lefts are 'mad and kicking
while the rights or elects are
trying to pacify-them by swear-
ing that everything was done
on the square. The square
story don't seem to hold water.
A prominent-colored man said
openly on the streets that he
had been voting the radical
ticket for twelve years but as
the convention has seen proper
to disregard the wishes of the
people he intends to support the
democrats; th; words were en-
dorsed by the bystanders with
an exception of two; those dis-
agreeing being connected with
Savannah Carothern a colored
lady was tried before justice
McCIung and fincd-gio and the
trimmings making a grand to-
tal of jhS.75 for an assault and
battery on' the person of one
Mary Woodhurst also a color-
ed lady. The funny part about
the trial fine and trimmings is
that Savannah paid up like "a
man." The court was veil sat-
isfied with the result and Savan-
nah was well satisfied too but
her satisfaction consisted in a
knowledge of the fact that the
laws of the state f Texas could
not be violated with impunity.
It will thus be seen that while
the court and Savannah both
had satisfaction that the satis-
faction in question was of a
widely different character.
AcciDiNT. On Wednesday
morning a north bound con-
stiuclion train on the Santa Fe
ro'ad had reached a point about
nine miles from town near Wolf
creek and on a down grade a
cow was encountered on the
track ; the engine passed the
cow safely but four flat cars
loaded with railroad iron were
ditched. Mr. James W. Dallas
surveyor who is if) trje employ
of the company was thrown or
jumped from one of the flats
and broke his thigh near the
hip joint. He was brought to
town and the broken limb was
set by Dr. Ncrris Mr. Dallas
will be laid up for some time.
Mr. Snyder jumped and injur-
ed a pair of trowsers. Some
15 or 20 negroes on the train
escaped wi thout injury.
Nor Counterfeit. Friday
a negro went intp Messrs. Marr
tin & Ncibuhr's store and asked
change for $20 bill; he was given
a new $ 10 U. S. treasury silver
certjfjcatp and two J5J bills.
He then went to another store
and tendered the $o certificate
in payment for a purchase
but the storckccperpronounced
it cpunterlct and a teport waq
started that the firm had paid a
negro a gio counterfeit bill and
had afterwards taken it back.
The certificates are as good as
treasury notes or coin arid thp
whole trouble arose from the
pa'rtics not being familiar with
that class of paper.
A representative ol the Ban-
nek was in Giddings on Tuesday
and Wednerday. Business
seemed to be brightening up
and cotton coming in at the
rate of from fifty to seventy-five
bales per day and is being pur-
chased by merchants at 10 to
10 1-4 cents there being no reg-
ular cotton buyers located there.
The interest in the congress-
ional race seemed to be absorb-
ing all other political issues be-
ing apparently neglected. A
Shepard club of 96 members
some of them greenbackers has
been organized and every man
no matter what his politics are
will vote for Shepard is admit-
ted as a member. The friends
of Shepard are working very ac-
tively and the prospects now
are that Jones' 700 majority in
Lee county will be very mater-
ially reduced if not entirely
There has been a goodly
number of new houses erected
during the past year. The
members of the Giddings Turn
Vcrein arc negotiating for five
acres of land near town and
contemplate the erection of a
building 40 x So feet in size to
be used as j hall Jor dancing.
The grounds will be set in shade
trees jnd laid out in the shape
of a park for pleasure purposes.
Giddings realizing the impor-
tance of education supports a
fine school with seventy-five
pupils under the superinlend-
anceofl'rof. R. D. McCIellan
an accomplished educator. The
next session will open on the
6th of September with as large
if not a larger attendance than
heretofore. There is talk of ad-
ding a German department to
On Wednesday at 10 o'clock
the convention for the 26th sen-
atorial district met at the court-
house organized by the elec-
tion of Capt. B. F. Dunn of
Fayette as chairman after
which Maj. Woods Moore of
Bastrop was nominated by 'ac-
clamation for senator for the
district composed of Lee Fay-
ette and Bastrop counties. The.
nomination gave general satis-
tion. Delegates from Lee and Fay-
ette counties then organized a
district convention by the elec-
tion of Hon. Joel Robinson of
Fayette chairman. -Nominations
being declared in order
Hon. Travis Shaw and 'Mr.
Westbrook both of Lee coun-
ty were nominated and two bal-
lots taken resulting each time
as follows: Shaw 12 West-
brook 16. A conversation was
held between Shaw and West-
brook and both agreed to with-
draw whereupon A. Haidusek
of Fayette was nominated by
acclimation for. floater.
'We called at the Lone Star
office and found bro. Draughon
as busy as a bee ; he represented
his business on the increase
with flattering prospects ahead.
Dropping fii at the Rural Tex-
an ivc found bio. A. Caruthcrs
industrously engaged in getting
up the week's issue. He spoke
of his enterprise as quite encour-
A Suggestion. The nomina-
tions made on Wednesday by
the republicans seem to be far
from giving satisfaction to "che
party." A representative of the
Banner ju a conversation with
half a dozen leading German
citizens some of them standard
democrats ascertained that in
their opinion a joint movement
on the pstt of white men of this
county irrespective of party
affiliations would be welcomed
by them and in their opinion
by all who arc in favor of oust-
ing the present courthouse of-
ficials uho hold office by virtue
of the negro vote. We merely
make this suggestion as one
worthy of the consideration of
every conservative man who
desires to sec a change in coun-
Sneak Thieving. One night
last we'ek Col. Henry Muller of
the Volksbote was robbed of a
keg of Herrings. He took them
home and using some of them
for supper had'the keg put out
on the back gallery; in the
morning they were non est.
Trje premises of Mrs. Giesecke
near the brewery were invaded
and an out door pantry was
broken ppen and an assortment
of preserves carried away.
Wednesday night the hen house
at Mr. A. W. Lindcmann's was
bioken ppen and tyvcnly-thrpc
of superior chickens were stolen.
There has perhaps been other
robcrics that have not been re-
ported. Load your shot guns
and sleep with open eyes
Issued by II. M. Lcivis county
clerk for the week ending
J. R. Harrison .itnl Lille fonder.
Anthony lilunl ami Aimnda I)j is.
Jackson Iaml.in an J Becky Cloer.
William Harmon anl Sutan Warner
Tobc Smith apd linger. :pMn.
John llrounand Galley Grieson.
J. Iv rmraml Mary M. llootlu
haac Kcinra and Mary Jackson .
IMtnoion of ('Mitral and Mtratsum-
crj Itailrum Discussed. Etcrj.
body Wails it. Commit'
Pursuart to call a meeting
was held at the courthouse on
Saturday afternoon at which
some sixty or more gentlemen
were present a large rcpesenta-
tion being from Independence
Mr. Fred Rice president of the
C. and M. railroad failed to put
in an appearance.
The meeting was called to
order and Captain Williams was
made chairman and Harry
Mr. Davis oflndependcnce
being called upon favored the
extension of the road via Inde-
pendence; the distance was only
20 1-2 miles and a good route.
The road bed is already built
from Navasota to Washington
and will be riven to company.
The J5I00.000 demanded by the
company is a large sum but
distributed among the people
of the three places Brcnham
Washington and Independence
would be small considering the
benefits; favored building the
road; in fact it must be built as
the road now stands it amounts
to but little it must be extend-
Capt. Clay thought the best
way to get it was to sec what
he people would give; he was
willing to give S500 when com-
pleted to Independence. Lum-
ber was worth S 10.50 at Nava-
sota: at Brenham $ 1 7.
Capt. Williams thought the
road should be built to Bren-
ham. Independence and Wash-
ington would do their part; they
were determined to have the
road? he would giye right of
way through an 800 acre farm
Judge McAdoo favored rail-
roads the proposed road would
be a gre.it lumber route; thought
the extension indespensible.
Maj. Bryan as an old Texas
veteran wished to see the road
built but was unable to aid the
Col. Law titer favored the
road; didn't understand Mr.
Rice's proposition; thought gioo
000 with right of way exhor-
biUnl; the right of way depot
grounds and S50.O00 would be
enough as it would amount to
Harry Hayncs said there
seemed to be no disposition on
the part of Brenham to take
hold; though the eastern termi-
nus of the road would be New
Orleans and the western "in west
Texas. Independence would
give $25000; Brenham should
help with a larger sum. Was
willing'to give his share. He
spoke of the benefits to be de-
rived from another competing'
Col. Giddings said certain
tilings were neccessary before
going into the business. If the
C. and was owned by the
Central it was only intended as
a feeder; he hoped that if Mr.
Rice or any one authorized to
speak was present they would
state the object of the meeting.
Mr. Haynes said the Central
only owned $5000 stock in the
Central and Montgomery. Col.
Giddjngs then said J)e favored
the route; that it might be built;
that the people of Brenham had
never been backward in encour-
aging ' railroads; we now have
two. Brenham has- some c?p-
italists who would not subscribe
for any enterprise. Railroads
can't be built by small contri-
butions; it must be demonstrat-
ed that the road will be a paying
one; thought it well enough to
discuss the subject but such
roads were only built when ne-
cessity demanded it. He be-
lieved the road would be a pay-
ing one affording both an out-
let for lumber ami .stock. This
road malting the Mississippi on
the cast and the Pacific on the
west is one of the grandest en-
terprises in the state. He
thought the Sioo.ooo should
not be demanded as a donation
but that the company should
issue stock for it; thought they
would do so if the" matter was
properly laid before them. Bren-
ham would do her full duty
when the proper time arrived.
Mai. Jules A. Randle of
Washington said he expected
that Mr. Rice would have been
present; had received a letter
from iiim stating that if the cit-
izens of Washington county
would donate the light of way
depot grounds and Sjoo.ooo in
cash he would build the road to
Brcnham at once. The direc-
tors intend extending the road
to the long leaf pine country in
Mr. Seward said the people
of Independence would give
liberally; if necessary half they
own. He owned land on the
east of Independence and Mr.
J. A. McCrocklin that on the
west they were willing to give
right of way and depot grounds.
Mr. Haynes moved" that a
committee of three be appoint-
ed to communicate with Mr.
Rice and ascertain lrom him
how and when this S 10000c is
to be raised; and if the same
will not be received as capital
stock of the company. Messrs.
Hairy Haynes of Jndiepend-enFP
D. C. Giddings.'of Brenham and
Fayette Smith of Washington
were appointed on said comm.it-
tec whereupon tic meeting ad-
journed subject to the call of
Council Meeting. A speci-
al meeting of the city council
was held on Wpdncsday after-
noon. The report of tiic board
of trustees of the publip schools
was received and qn ordinance
cancafnitijj the admission of
pupils to tllC Schools was pasS-
eu. The report and ordinance
will be published soon.
Bkevi-UI has .1 few tout tits
and cock-robins that do not ap-
prove of the course of the Ban-nek.
NtLSONVILLE Aug 33.
Our postoffice has been mov-
ed to the store of Wolf & Lewis.
The change is a good one and
appreciated by all patrons of
Uncle Sam's mail bag.
bickness has been in almost
every family more or less near
here within the past few weeks.
Some deaths have occurred
and there arc now several cases
of quite a severe type.
Cotton is being rapidly pick-
ed and as far as I have heard
the yield is quite satisfactory.
The worms are now webbed
up and when they come again
a clear shucking will be made
of all they left before.
The following figures wil
show how ginning is progress-
ing in our vicinity the gins
named all being within a radius
of fourmilcsof this place. Lew-
is has ginned to date 30 bales
Lindcman 45 Cristoff& Susan
Co Settle 50 Walnaschak 35.
Wolf& Lewis have up to
date bought 45 bales ol cotton
paying Brcnham and BcIIville
While en route to Brcnham
of this day and date I met 5S
sons and daughters of Africa's
sunny clime wending their way
to the fields whardc cottcn now
grows. Tickers are in constant
demand at 50 cts per huudred
hence the exodus from town to
country. Beg pardon I meant
city spelled with a big C.
All the legal talent we could
muster and soine imported from
Bellville including our county
judge together with-some horny-handed
trrancersv -and one
loafer made a terrifncSpharge
on the deer tnb? o
days last week
were killed a
reported to havewf
ble condition both
mind. "Fancy" lsw
burne says he '-woundi
badly but then we know how-
it is ourselves and smile rather
loudly at the idea.
Our folks are all well pleased
with the nomination of Hon.
Seth Shepard and I doubt not
but thai this precinct will give
him an almost solid vote.
The Roberts boom does'nt
boom worth a cent. We want
a man who is not so gushing
and full of sympathy with mur-
derers and rapists. Also his
school ideas do not come half
way up to the mark. That's
what we Nelsonyille chaps ha.ve
to say apout anyhow. Brix.
r The Judicial CoiiTcntion.
I have recieved a number of
communications from gentle-
men living in different parts of
this judicial district in regard to
calling a. convention to nomi-
nate a district judge ; some fa-
vor the calling-of said conven-
tion and some protest against it.
Jn reply to these communica
tions X would say that 1 have
not been officially notified of
my appointment to call said
convention or at least I consid-
er my appointment informal.
I am free to say that had I been
regularly appointed I should
have called the convention and
left jt to the delegates to deter
mine in regard to the expedien-
cy of making a nomination; it
is a matter that should have
been determined by the democ-
racy of the entire district and
not.by any particular portion of
it the same reasons urged
against party nominations 'for
jqdge applies with equal force
against making party nomina-
tions to fill the various county
offices. I favor a thorough or-
ganization of our party and
owing to the scarcity of good
material in the republican ranks
strictly party nominations.
Very Respectfully -R.
Aug 24th i8So
News in this community is
like angel visits scarce.
Mr. J. T. Petty is having a
new residence erected here.
Prof. Barrier and Judge On-
ins presidents of the Soule Uni-
versity and Female college at
Cliap.bpll H.jll have heen vuit-
ing friends and patrons of the
schools here. They are both
talented and cultivated men and
the people will do well in pat-
The choir meets at the church
every Sunday evening at 4
o'clock for practice.
Prof. Airheart's class in vocal
music met at the academy Mon-
day evening. He has begun a
fjuring tftp ast week there
were two deaths near here one
of Mr. Hill's children died and
Hersie Gentry daughter of Mr-
Thnmao Gentry. ToaciisTOXE.
Brenham Aug. 19 1S80.
I beg to suggest to the dem-
ocrats of Washington county
the name of a true democrat
for district clerk the name of
one whom the writer can vouch
for in every particular in fact
every one who knows him the
rfreenbacl;ers an.d fflany Ger-
mans have already promised
their support should he .get the
nomination at the democratic
pp.unty convention. Mr. Sam
H. Goodlett is the gentleman
referred to he has always sup-
ported the democratic ticket
and as the democrats have a
chance to bring about a rcpon-
pHiatjqn y tile "grccnb.apkers
offering to support Air. Goodlet
should the democrats nominate
Jiirji. He has aught school in
ittP German neighborhoods i'c
Long Point a..-2 burton and on
account of his knowledge of the
German language is very popu-
lar with thrtt nationality.
Democrat and Subscriber.
Ximc and Cement.
A Rood and fresh ailiclc constantly on
hand and Tor sale by
mcUdom I. A. WILK.INS.
(SitkNYiN "Tex August 21. 'So.
Reuben Caruthcrs colored had been
undergoing a preliminary examination in
my court on the 16th insL on a charge of
theft of stock; at dark 5 witnesses had
been examined for the state one for the
state and two for the defendant were" yet
to examine. The cvidance before the
court up to adjournment v. ent to show that
the defendant Had been guilty of selling
'airbed by two other colored men ic head
of cattle that had been stolen in this pre-
cinct. The c? ttle ere valued at $220 00.
The defendant uxs arrested and brought
before me on the 12th inst; the trial Has
postponed to ghc defendant a chance to
procure counsel and the evidence of two
important witnesses. Thedefendantwaiv-
cd the rfcht of a bond for his appearance.
lie was lodged in jail until the loth. Sher-
iff Ligoo consented at the request of the
court to w rite dow n the evidence lalen du-
ring the trial ; the prisoner conducted him-
self badly: he showed no rcsrcct for the
court and insulted the witnesses cursing
auuancJiui. iuc lvuil uuic iiic ui'xuis
for it w as manifest that the prisoner wa
intoxicated. On inquiry as to how he pot
the spirits I was informed that on leaung
llrenham deputy sheriff Jack Lands at
the request of the prisoner furnUhed him
a half pintflasLofwhiikey. Tkccourt ad-
journed till S o'clock next morning and
Vm. Uranilt deputised to take charge of
the prisoner bring him tb court next morn-
ing. Mr. Brandt bummoned three parties
to a-sUt liini guard the prisoner. rom
their repent about a quarter to 1 1 o'clock
in the night about 50 marked men sudden
1 charged on them taking the prisoner
by force and carried hirr away; his body
was found about 9 o'clock net morning
lunging to a cottonwoo t tree in Labahia
pratne. An inquest was held 5 witrie-e
examined and evidence reduced to writing.
I .-uninformed that some of the friends
of decea-ed art diioscd to cat reflections
on my official conduct in the premise. To
audi I woutd state that my conscience i
ey ofliawng done nothing wrong either
legally or morally. I f there w as an organ-
ised mob m waiting when court adjourned
I w a ignorant of it; I was Torccd to ad-
journ court on account of the conduct of
the intoxicated prisoner.
A to the justihacatioii or condemnation
of the act above referred so I leareit with
the people to draw their own inference.
C. O. CAMrBtLL.
jTliEyEPDicr. We tne jury find that
tire deceased came to hi death by being
hxDj to vi cottonwood tree in Labahia
ncp by tne nctk witu a new grass ropa.
junknown to us.
Allen Tam or.
S. 5. KtDFOKD
P.W.C Trecmct No. 6.
Near Crapall Washington Co.- 1
August 15th 1880.
In jour l.sue of the 1 Jtli instant appears
a communication liom "Flow Hoy" in
-a Inch he cipressd himself strongly in fa.
vor of a compromise uith the radical par-
ly of this county.
The question is: uhit uould the democ-
racy gain by a compromise with & nJ
that has been bleeped in inin-y zin
honofirrom iu very inception? One main
.cause of our defeat heretofore as that par-
ty lines were not strictly enough drawn
many men who were thought to be "simon
pure democrats" split their ticleU and
voted in part for radical nominees. The
democracy have extended the ohv- branch
and the radicals have offered the sword
and suli continue to offer it. As an evi-
dence of the above fact the head-center of
the radical party gave expression to senti-
ments here nt one of their 'nigger" pow-
wows hich shows he favors anything else
but conciliation. He was out for sheriff
and stated "if he was elected no democrat
would eat bread from the Sheriff's office
of Washington county and that all his
deputies would be appointed from the rad-
ical party and equally divided between
white and black." This man Henry E.
Loclett virtually controls the radical par-
ty of our paunty. He does the planning
and the balance execute. When such sen-
timents actuate the leader what can w e ex-
pect from his followers ! What w ould the
radical party gain br concessions T They
hare complete control of our county affairs.
A compromise on the Dart of the democ
racy rieans disorganization and defeat for
) ears to cone. The party as it now stands
in the county is-gaining strength. If wc
don't beat them at the-coming election let
us work ine naruer to ueieal tnem lo
ycarsjience. No sirs let us make Co com-
promise no concessions trot fight lhem
to the bit cr end.
JOHN II. ROBEXTS.
Mux Creek Aug. 21.
Some party or parties during
the past lew days have been to
.vhat is known in this neighbor-
hood as Mill creek lake and
litertally destroyed a large num-
ber of fish by exploding torpe-
does. When exploded they
kill every fish within a range of
fiorty or fifty feet. We have
no objection to anybody fishing
on the lak.e- that wants to but
the use of torpedoes is a species
ol vandalism closely bordering
on malicious mischief. We are
determined to enfore the law
against all offenders.
When a man becomes a can-
didate for office he should do
so with his eyes open. A man
who has not been a candidate
has no idea what a bad man he
is; he jj as likely to be charged
with the murder of his great-grand-mother
as anything else
and if he is charged with it or
with arson or chicken stealing;
it is his duty as a ca.ndjd.ate to.
grjrt and bear 'it without com-
plaint. So long as the charges
against a candidate have refer-
ence only' to his political actions
or peccadillos he should con-
sider himself as oncwftqUpe-
cuhary fprtiwatp. A "man's po-
litical record is public property
and he should so conduct bir-
self politically Js b be above
Jack Imkrs deputy sheriff of
Washington county called at
the Banner office yesterday
morning with a document in
relation to the recent lynching
and in reply to the charge made
by justice Campbell that Lands
furnished Crathers with a half
pint bottle of whiskey. The
Banner offered to publish
x-and's denial ofhaving furnish-
ed the whiskey and his assertion
that he gave Carothers S1.25 of
his own money. Considering
the other matter as inevajent
the Basher refused to publish
it unless it was paid for
"Mayors Court. Wednes-
day Mvs. Goldman preferred
a charge against her husband
M. Goldman but when the case
was called refused to prosecute.
She paid the trimmings.
An Irishman Pat Malloy
was fined $1 and trimmings for
a common drunk. He did'nt
pay and was put in the bastile
to perspire it out.
Low-Mtddhng.... .... .... .... .....io
Gocd Ordmarv.... ...... . ..
Ordinary .... -1
Dry Flint loffllj
Damaged half price.
Butchers Green ... 4(3e
Eggs .' '"!'&
Corn.. .. .... 70(2)75
Sweet potatoes per bu
Chickens per doz ...Jl.p $3
Turkeys each. 75
Onions ' M . .........
GROCERIES. AT WHOLESALE.
Bacon dearsides 12
" breakfast 13G)
jiams cnoicc ........ .... .. 15
Coffee per sack. .... .....
Sugar pure white per lb...
Dried apples .........
Molasses choice... ......
CornmeaL per bu.
Flour fancy per 100 lb....
Salt coarse per sack......
BAGGING ANDT IES.
Bagging double anchor.hcavy I2Jil4
Ticsall kind per bdL 2 75
Rough lumber all Linds pet M.
Texas lumber ...... ....
In our report of the proceed-
ings of the republican county
convention it is stated tha
judge McAdoo's name was pro-
posed and that he (judge Mc-
Adoo) withdrew it and it wiV
agatn proposed and he was
nominated by acclamation-. Wet
are now informed that the' nae
of judge McAdoo was not wife
drawn but that when ir-te&
proposed by some delcgafc
he was nominated by acc!aa&
tion; we are also informed ?uSat
the name of S. A. HackWth.
was proposed but it was withdrawn-
Judge McAdoo was
not present at the conveiitibn.
and gave no directions to an-
one either to nominate ori.with-
draw bi hame.
District Court will open on
Monday September 6th. Mr.
J. L. Moore as usual is fully up
with his work and has his dock
ets and papers all in order. He
informs the Banner that there
is now on the docket 26 old
criminal cases 200 old civil
cases and only 25 new civil cas-
es. The small number of new
civil cases shows that in a finan-
cial way at least we are in a
healthy condition. The out-
look is not encouraging for the
Sadelery. We call especiall
attention of parties in need of
saddlery or harness to the fact
thatW. T. Wroe at'Giddings
has the best stock in that line
to be found in the state. Stock
men will find at Mr. Wroe's the
celebrated California Still tree
the best saddle made.
II. W. Ormber. Watchxuktr and.
NeM session opens Thursday. Septem-
ber oth. and continues 40 w eeks. Expen-
ses from $137 to $169 according to grade.
Advantages unsurpassed in Texas. For
catalogues apply to
Wm. CARCV CRANE Resident
Aug. 26 'So. Independence Texas.
Woman's Dest Friend.
Ample testimonial from every section
of the countiy show that BradlieM's Fe-
male Regulator is Vomans Best Fl ScneY
Many suflenng females have tried it been
cured and bear witness to iu merits with
sound constitutions and rosy checks. Its
record is hefore the public Don't fail to
try it If jouare suffering from any uf the
complaints peculiar to your sex.
Goodwatcr Ala.. July 2 1877.
My wife was sick for a long time with
diseases peculiar to women not necessary
to describe but although she had the best
medical atlcmon sLe crew worse; until she
became a confirmed invalid confined tOj
ncr icu. occi3 iuc advertisement ot
BradfitJi's Female Regulator. I bought a
tattle and bv the time she finished 1 akint
it she was so far rcstod as to be up; she b
now wen aim ao:c 10 aiiena 10 ner regular
duties. I believe it saved her Ife.
a W. O'NEILL.
Dr. J. Bradfield ITonrietor Atlanta Qa.
rriceJ:.50 per bottle. Sold by ad Drug-
gists and alto tj R El Luiis and
fSA 6; Ralston ItrerJum; Tomp-
son bcliott 4 Cca Galveston and Dallas
Lest between the restd- nf rvi cm
Stone and my farm formerly. hc Rube
Long place on the EiOEmag of the 19th
iuit. a brown leans sack coat in rii. ch!.
pocket of which was a Russian Leather
memoranda bock in which I Lept a daily
record of my private business. I will pay
the above reward for the book or any. in-
formation leading to the recovery of same;
the finder may keep the coat if nc wishes.
"wit .- mnix.
Srtve Wash TIIHs. '
By buying the celebrated cel-
luloid cufis ini collars. For
The most wonderful blood purifier in
he world eraltcates every taintr-S. S.S
The store room in my new
building now occupied by Wal-
ker's saloon: Possession given
Aug 18 tf. F. Fisher.
For gale Chfap for Cash.
My residence on West street in Bren-
liam containing the rooms and halt
good brick cistern andfinewelL together
Ai E. Reichardt's furniture store. d4m
Lingering leuchorrhoca cr whites so
common among females all overlhe south
are immediately- cured by the use of En-
glishFemaie Bitters. It makos prompt
cures of all femah- weaknesses being a
never failing iron tonic and uterine regula-
tor. COALl COAJ.l nuu
Best Cuabcrind oJ fr Blacksmiths
cB1i'i'ty on hand and for sale.
IAS. A. WlLKINS.
Ohe car load Ell's & Cun-
ninghams wagons for sale
eheap for cash.
Frankk Jaiin & Seeliiorst.
Is hereby given to allpersoris that my
wife Dora Meyers has left my bed and
board without my consent and without
just cause; and t hereby warn all parlies
not to give her1 credit on my account as 1
wilt not pay any debts that she may con-
tract. .Morrf.s Meyers.
. Brcnbam Aug 2 iSSq im.
2 753 00
lie; week ending
and wife to Gcor-
;y of CflBJspell HilTT S- S00
M. A.'and L H krwin
to C Minkwitr part of lot
90 city of Brcnham 50
Chess O. Mason to A.
F. Killough 20 acres
Washington co'inty 400
Margaret J. Carleton to
Moses Allen lot 2 city of
renham -' . - - 75
Wrh Lehde and wife to
R. E. McArthur 85 acres'
W. E. AUcorn league 2100
C. B. DeCausseyand
wife to C T. Helvey lot
13 Davidson addition to
citv of Brenham - j$
H. H. Daily -to C T.
Helvey lot in the city of
Brenham - - 130
.I;ucy A. Collins to Wil-
liam Kiel 35 acres B. Mil-
lerkague - 100
At the suggestion of many friends;!
hereby announce myself as a candidate for
the ofiice ol sheriff of Washington county.
subject to the nomination of the democrat-
ic convention. AuitED D. Gix.
For District J-jucc
Wc are authorized to announce Judge I.
B. McFARLAND as a candidate for luJge
of the j2d Judicial District composed of
the counties of Washington Lee ami Bur-
leson. Election first Tuesday in Novun-
ber. To the voters of the 23d Judicial District
composed of the counties of Washington
Lee and Butlesonr
I have been of late often called upon
by penons in the district both lawyers
and others to knowwhdher I intended to
be candidate for the oEce cf District
Judge in this district at the fall election.
I haje also been told by persons of all
political parties that there was no intention
so far as they Itriew to regard the office of
District Judge as e. political office at the
coming election. At this deltminitjon I
frtl pleased as I would not be willing to-
enter into a heated contest for the office.
If the people of the District should see
proper to elect me I shall fctl gratified nt
the confidence in me thus '-.pressed.
A. 5. IlROAPPCS.
Parlor sets at actual cost for
the next thirty days to rnako
room for my hew stock now
arriving; E. Reichardt.
"I fievei used such a medicmei Never
well hardlyever. I tfoames and" spark-
les just Hie a glass of soda water. Oh I it
is perfectly splendid. One swallow cures
heartburn and acid stomach. So cooling
and delightful in fevers and sick headache
For habitual constipation I uselt all the
time and prefer it to anything-cbe. It Is
sold at 50 cents per bottVof 20 doses; and
U known a BaHey Saline Anenent.'"
Thus speaks a sensible woman.
For Scrofula Rheumatism Mercurial
Poison and all blood diseases takes b. S
SSt. Cotton Seed Wanted.
Hfghest cash price paid orsama
delivered at my warehouse.
dsw3m. j. A. Wiumns.
Many vounr cirls are unfitfor active hTa.
and thousands of mothers drag out a mis-
erabl existanceon accout of a peculiar fe-
male weakness which they absolutely refuse
to cure. They are full of aches and pain4
are poor weak frail creatures irregular
every month with palefaces glaringcyes
shattered nerves and almost worn out con-
stitutions. A powerful combination has
been prepared by the medical profession
for the cure of these serious female'tdro-
plaints and its action is pronounced won-
dcrfuL It is known as Dr. Dromgoo!es
English I-kmali Bitters.
Taken up on the 3d day of-Tulv- 1SS0 bv
Simon Wtndeborn and cstravnl on -the
2ld davof rulYiraobeforcll.LMcCIrrmY-
J. P. Preaoct No. 3 Washington county.
uue'arV-lrown horse black mane and
tail mna lect Kthwriitc large white spot
on right fore foot snail star in forehead
branded indistinctly onTeTtshouldej' brand
supposed to beT is about 14 handsrugL
four year.. old and is a half stallion coro-
moruy caiicu a nugufig. Appraisca pj. w.
Wmrjebom and . Schrarnme at $30.
Attest II. M. IwvcTc?V'rjvcr .
Brenham July 23 iSSa .' '
Taken up by Uco Mayer at his residence
in Washington county and estrayril before
C G. Campbell J. P. Precinct 6 on July
27th 18S0 a bay horse about 15 hardshigh
about 4 years old while on back and left
hind foot star in forehead white blaze oa
the nose branded L with bar across the
center valued at $25.
Attest II. M.Lswi accv.c.
BytK.lIrjiBST U.C n3t
How to beat Hard Tiacs.
By bringing your sewing1 macVnes; cot-
ton gins ahd clocks la G. U". Davi and
have them repaired as they ltouUlbe 1 le
will order any new machine cheap for cash.
Second hand machines bought repaireil
arid sold cheap for cash; guarm teed two
'years. All kinds machine needles attach-'
ments parts oils etc for .sale cheap..
Vanness building St. Charles street.
If your gins are- not doing good worir.
I wilt make tnem gin fast clean seed welL
make good sample prevent seed ami
motes from going into lant or no pay.
Two. peat evils headache andcorrsti-patlon-aniicting
nearly every emnan being
are relieved by use of Bailey's Saline Aper-
AND DEALER 1M
Corner of Ant ajxnjrritmin streets;
BRESHAS f EXAs5
. ' - 5"T
T'"i highest market price pvTj'cisr
Jor beet cattle hogs' and sheejv
CUTLERY. Edge Tools CASTTKGS
Faming Implements Hoes CkaiasT Flows
Iron S'eel Cooking and IreatifSioves
StoveTnmmings and Tinware ol 31 Rindsv
Paints Oils Varnishes and window Glass.
Buggy and Wagon material Rubber Beltinc
from to 18 inches wide. Fading ol
all kinds and all articles appertaining to the
Hardware business. Mam street
Jan. I '78. Brenham. Texas-
The foundry and machine how sovr In
fall blast. ItepairinirufallklutUorjBactiln-
erv U.nir c. aeiHrc.aUr.
CihaM far-l'l lroii ) brt-wanJ
tine we ant Mt.dc frtjtu 910 to $15 and
$20 per ton for old Iron.
C i. 1'j.ttox rropiletrnv
The Cotton Worm
Can be easily cheaply and effectually
T. JC'JLUi.iJL-tTVl L1SJ.'JLI HH .
By a judicious use of the
Tem Cotton Worn Besbojer!
Fot sale Vj
H. FISHER Brenham Texas
0 0 we In your Mm town. Terw1 zir
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