Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 5, 1884 Page: 1 of 4
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JV" jfeAiti ESTATE.
Ire aid life Insurance Agent
EliKMItAM. TEXAS. '
Office over tiiddmga i- Gidduigs' Bank.
WIU insure your houses household andi
kitchen furniture goods wares and mcr-j
cnanoisQ in uro c coDipaiinxb "Sim lose
by fire oa very .reasonable term.
"Will forrard $out application lo tho M.S.
E & B. A- of A. for a ocncficinry certificate
upon jour life thai will pay you 1-5 the
-amount at stipulated periods while pu are
living or IOC iuu amount vouux uuiugr i
ftftpr V3tir death I
THE JL.S.E. A. B.tOF A.
"Will pay before yon die therefore you dont
" lure to dto to beat .L" It Moll loan money
to its members "ft bo bold an endowment per-
UncatCj before maturttj of coupons of udig. J
si a low rate of interest thereby keeping the 1
profits- of its business In the hands of its
members. Kowis tho time hileln good
health to secure benefit certificates T3
w. n. VINSON j
Will rent louses "and collect tent In the
atjt for a reasonable comnuion.ana can .
ell you rc&denco m the city or s farui in
BUT UV1UVU 1AU VUUUJ vv
prices.' 1 Jure the following and many
CC Homnnrig'a Central Hotel 4-story
bnckoxtrally located in business part of
I3RENHAM WASHINGTON COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 5 1884.
I P lf -s. &
-M ..' -r J I
A bill has been introduced into lT!"iE D in'i. don't tare to bo n
MB H .. . .M..- V I.J.
OMaHa SHI CniU mttt.(MYtn liTM rftntttriH A bill has l.ecn introduced into inch: IHm. don't tare to be a Dick Ai lev nnr.. r.:
i"1 N i w N IT S 2 the legislature of Louisiana to nro- dolcjratc to Chicago. Ho thinks 'ftm..- n.i n.' .?
rnuuhni Dtiya.d weekly hibit the sale of lottery ticket as j the w ork ill be dono to his lik- guson of Richmond II. Green of
RUKIN 4 LEVIS' rxsySRERS a. Proprietors the supremo court of the same state '"S without his personal partiupa- Columbus and AV. ' II.' Blount of
Ori-icc Djcr Building St. Charles Street satjlown upon tho dealing in cot- Hon in its proceedings. Ho also Hrenham all colored and all ilele-
n.tor"brtPu: ton futures. thinks lie would like to president gates to tho Chicago convention
pa.h per annum in ndiance $0 00 wEgtrr onJ .rIi o ..' h laIc anl frC" c "1 "ow for left Houston on Thursday for Chi-
l nt kii. twt inniim. in annnni - - j - r t --.. tin h . m . -
.... JW (. ....... ... u....lf . vv . . tut: JjMiuiuiUii
lutr.of AdrrrttirtKi f imueu xnursoav at xtapoicnn
ji .1 . j.yf . -a i. ? YmUlliLWa.Orr. Ht'-.totif Cahit.
inn rarj nn v tanrnr ovtn 12 dc n rani ucr njj.: -"........: rr
annual and annually increasing in xtdw kriiroiiicntitrrMbicktbvartiMad.
nowoncroaatj.jWM 'cxK tsTEGXll AM) TKUE P1CUI1
FU10R THEV STASH AL05E
Prfce Baking Powder Co.
Chlcico III. ' sti Louis Mo.
Br. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Dr.Trico'sXupuliu Teast Gems
Dc.t Ilrjr JIli'ejtt
roii RftT.T- 33-s- ozaofrrriBis.
'Tiumber jardlot andlmnroTemcnts tben
on now occuDted bv P. w. "AVood -about
2-12 acres lard paying propertv j at-$3totX
About 8 acres land on tbo old Hemming
homestead I mile Irom llio eourl nouse; ton
Ojnton street. Tor S2.O0O.
Any or'all of tha property ivill bo sold
on eaST-tcrms. - n
T. It ItandaUts 3 here lot "on JDua f trcot
south brCoyAllcorn'sresidentoi bargain
-rt?I.W. . v-t .i.
B. lUBateri residence &nt lotsmanIng
Y. ILnrru lot and house with five rooms
adjoining ana cart or Jlrs. bpcnceri com-
Ibrtablo residence verv cheap SI 000.
R.T. flevellen'i 7151-2 acres about 15
miles cast of l.-eiham 375 acres in cultiva-
tion' 100 .acres in pasture GO aeros 'ofoodar
timber a- good and comfortable dwelling
servants and 12 tenant houses bam and
stables store-bouse and a 25-hor$e jowcr en-
gino and bodcrr ooUon gin saw and grist
xmll;S17G0rjcc.acnv. - -
T.J. Erans'600acrerRbotir4 -miles south
of YaUungtoaSOO aorca in TBraxoa- bottom
farm in'gwd stalo of cultivation; $lopcr
K1U " "
Many other houses and lots and vacant 1
LIGHT HEALTHY; BREAD
I Tranlrnt anl Tcal alv1iM-inpBU !n?rtrl I Ohtn frtr iUn mnnln nr (1 W It'll
j at one dollar ir pfiiarr. oof Inch fur nr-t In-' ' ...... v. v.. i.
Mtii'andtnrmit ir iiian iorrirhuii-liani8 and wife October "H 1RRS
' iranrnl ln.rrtlon V.rrl.r. n.l llhltn.rr n. I """ "'"-I UUUOir-O lOCO.
iim.rmiinKrixiiiinr nairprier jliiio- LRobbcrv was the cause of tho mur
der; he got ?26.
Sisitor Fowlib of Bastrop tho
personal and political friend of
Wash Jones professes to bcliovo
that Jones will again bo a candi-
date for coventor if Ireland is tho
rial nntlrr of a irttrrlr Diblnrtu eharactt r. t.n
rrnlj a lln rarh I nrrtion.
ntnrd at tbe Itrenham rmttoffire as Brton
Clas null nialtrr
It is understood that nil ot
except Allen are Blaine
SrRlNO poets were drowned out
by tho recent heavy rams.
As mi season advances tho Mar-
tin gubcrnational boom withers.
Tni; Washington monument has
now reached tho height of 430 feet
and 10 inches.
AT. II. Vaudirbilt has transfer
red to V. Ju Yanderbilt 82000-
000 worth of bonds.
.Mr. Ka.vpau. insfsts that con
iwa uuui ly Itujuuni ueiuroinoi
20th of June and that it will bo Drr.roATrs to tho Colorado conn-
j able to do so if the appropriation ty convention expressed tham-
bills arc passed. The proplentjseIvcs as opposed to nominations
feeling however Is that congress ' hy the Democracy for county of-
in ill not bo able to disband before- Sees but tho convention to olect
1 i SeSftHSr W Wfci
The best dry Ap-yeasl in tfie world Bread
loU in Brenham and other tracts of land raised by this yeast is Hqhu wh.tt and whcle-
bflctf)baroflB fflWma like cur prandmothers dBf low "braal
.ryy- Vyj-l8?? JUL. l CROCER3.SELL
mijnrwa W i Miema r Tin
Cf JV&&9-??u i Price Baking Powder Co.
Uf nntlfii fioTutl lr. mcti sjKial nsioraj itsosi
HliKH A. .Chlcaclll. . St-Louta.Mo
du n - BMayT ja'MnMilV
SaraaparUUand ClnrcrAla.'jfei '
aSoda Fountains cbarged at low figures.
W.H. JIUBPUr PutrsixroK.
(Suocessota W Kavadaturti JtiVstiiin
The wcirbtnj aatt ianiltnx of cotton a ape-claUj-f-V
e are prtBared ttr effrr 4adaemeat
atMortaienclcaad ewfaralai; iaibl(e ta crneral
adtantaa cmial to any cotton UblWimenl
In the city We araageftU for tb celebrated
ImrroTsa TdAnfe M aon eqiuUed by few and
enrpaased hf boat ; M -o ajeiH Jbr ImproTed
fVittnn lln IVaHM. Oim Bitli fir Mm Kn
p.nfsAc.odlea5erj In 1Utbd jifl Qnc
Wire and AnlcnlmraHraMmtBtJ . .
rriorMjrr'o jp.' acio 1
Tjirr)ZTT-vT3iy wn '
auawi uxxi aws.UirlbwnderiUbl
J i -' ' 1 .IBOUIB-Uiei talUJM
r pun lU till mvmau Si A isptlielna thxl
L UEMJd IIAlltailHU.J'?lnctqW'r'hlh "nlvlrnr.
ii i ... ' .fcnftr 'DMiufnWM ronrrtifeis (hril ved.
Vf if Jf-ww"" 01 imsprnna miiiirrnirnt
vIitcbUaki.lI(AtretR-r4SrVHUirhTH(tm M ef-
ii" COEBRATE0 ll
Hawlet 1 Co. of Boston have
failed for $342000; their assets
are-placed at $320000.
Judge Terrell of Austin posi
tively refuses to becomo a candi
date tor tho state senate.
The San Antonio Times thinks
that a tariff for revenuo only cov
ers "nil the ground necessary.
Owitta to thd flood tho Dallas
Herald of Sunday took till Friday
morning to'reach this office.
The Waco Day of Saturday last
reached this offico en Thursday.
It had. turned yellow from old age.
JudoeIIasiCOck Las stated that
ho will not be a candidate for re
nomination for congress in his dis
The Fori Worth Garctto is work
ing vory hard to make free grass
an issuo in the coming state earn-
Wm. Eatok ex-Senator of Con
necticut is quoted as saj ing that
he thinks tho convention will make
short work by nominating tho old
ticket Tilden and Hendricks and
that it will be elected.
The Light wants tho man who is
booming a San Antonio railroad
to tho coast to come to the front
and show himself. It may bo that
his modesty prevents him from
making himself known.
A Naasota special to the Tost
dated AVednesday says tho Braros
river began to subside and had
fallon a foot. In throe or four
days railway connection with
Hempstead will be rosumod.
Ge.v. JlALLor one of tho hoavy
weight Texas .Republicans and
dclegato to tho Chicago convention
expresses the opinion that tho del
egates will bo about equally divid-
ed between Blaino and Arthur.
tho middle or end of July.
Omj of tho main points' settled
in tho case of Kam tho DrIUs
gambler is that men can be indicted
for etch day they ongngo in that
pursnit. Tho San Antonio Times
asks stipposo tho cmfrts carry out
tho law as interpreted by the conri
of appeals how could the ramblers
delegates to tha Houston conven
tion will finally pass upon the mat-
tor. It would certainly seem that
I tho people are losing faith in the
potency of contentions in muni-
cipal and county matters.
Some days ago tho whito Kcpub;
lican party managers at Fort AVorth
issued a manifesto suggesting tho
organization ot whito Republican
clubs in arious portions of tho
state. The movement did not
create a ripple among the faithful
in San Antonio although somo
few arc in favor of if.
Ir is n good thing to be a Bohe
mian after all. About sixty AVash-
ihgton Bohemians principally cor
respondents or representing' loa'd-
ing papers were sont from AVash-
ingtonito Chicago in splendid style
uy tno .Baltimore ana Uhio rail-
road which generously placod a
train at tneir disposal.
Tur IittloStatoofTIaxcala tho
Rhode Island of .Mexico has codes
particularly its own. This State
was an independent republic defy-
ing tho might of tho Aztecs when
tho conquerors came into the land
and its laws arc said to be much
tho same as they were then in many
respects tho only instanco it is
thought where the aboriginal laws
ha o been proscr cd for a civilized
Gek. Jons 31. Claiborne Chiar-
man of tho Stato Democratic Exe-
cutive committee publishes a col
umn communication in the News
in which he gives full expression
to his views. Ho says he is per
sonally in favor of the entiro old
ticket for state officers. Is most
certainly in favorof Go vornor Ire
land is not opposed to Grain for
congress ; but in view of tho facts
is desirous of nominating a man
who can iin tho race. Gen. Clai
borne ovidontly does not think that
Crain is tho right man to beat
Ucltiltrcc. The. major portion of
his letter is devoted to scathing
ng.tocal politicians of Galveston.
The Rochester Post-Express
Raj s: "Among tho strango char-
Henderson polled 277 votes at
its last municipal election.
Fort AVorth is soon to havo
tho tree delivery of letters.
Chirkcn fighting is a favorite
pastimo Sundays in Darcdo.
AVheat in Western Texas has
been damaged by tho lato heavy
The Domocracy of Travis
county will nommato county of-
L. Schwartz wan drowned in
tho San Antonio river by the up.
The Statesman is on tho go. It
rioters must go 1
must go ! Tho
The Wabash railway extending
from Omaha and Kansas City to
Detroit and Toledo with branches
to Chicago Cairo and Indianopo-
lis covering 3600 miles has been
placed in the hands of receivers.
-. w.uii-u ajsicuia
i'irmiff from jrcnrral want of tone ami its
ne. IkH Inm riiHaliI fmni ih ... r. ..
lahlnff Jlkt IfUlfeUraun 'rrpitirr tfrnUdr..!
.wvLeK'Ci arennrainr th?
Corner of 6L Chafl& an"d tjiffiman Sti
5- Tho highest market price paid in cash
for BEEF CATTIE. HOGS and SHEET.
frcUaa lot!tcor.ut. .iyrralf urall Inr-
mdl4M.ni ItKIrj wanaraltv1 "
r ;-!" rrr -
Put a Brand on Him.
1 Wnnken nr i n n pr a
c-O. and stable. Title perfect rtorealBiniTsaritnsicoiinft.aSdlliVhnJsVl
.APP3J'tV " GH.BxvbKTy- iffwii.thefceiiltalll4inxJaKreimorlnich.ilir
; t A t ' f t-f- v' I J '. 1 ' i-lj'J'oyiJ'eP' L'.'M liomcli klorculy and
Til-"!!. Iilfri D.-A-r-'u-tLffjrlften-Wlifrol llnVifnk nilhC
"TaTniblo City Property' for Uale'gS
nn Pncr Tflrniff titliice.
'mi WHial.K.l..n.li !.1tBA.B. -.11 .a
1 UrMnln.1rV)A e Innt.u C.nJnJ . '.. ..It sV -T" .-r ""' "itwhihu
running bacfcJiS ft. to Peabodj street This .Jher are unnauini la -lthir chartictt-V Utre
h. one of JLho most dcsirablo residence lots in HE il iM1? K. W io h"u 'n..
ID 6-JO acres partof AUcorn s addition; to jwod deal winidvspiytsaTnrrroi" viwstratlon
Brenham cottage with & rooms stable corn aniralwwai iluu jvW- bl-im ol& hw
cnTanTCoodOTlicX'Sicron iilacc wiU.5?r""S'!)If.nJ-rft1' bt & '".
.malotsdesir ' ISttBSk ffSSBITSTB ttfggS 2?Tfr
oiuu ui vtuMins auuuion io uirnnaiD vmim. u.niiniin isvniure luivqanrr aljutur.
Known as Hutchinson grove will cut Ibis to ..1" " JL liniacalnanfrinoiT Soevrrst
cult pnrchiscrs: lifTSCVYlH.1 0C " ' ' "
arp ttTt i ... t ... niucli jrowllt has ilone ber Jim wnuM iv that
Jlrs-B. A. LockeU's homestead in IhewomeiiarellMerrateslvrGuJ'a l.iSln?I and
Dnsincss part of tbo citv will cut m.busmessLPftfr'.Toulc the nxt
lots to sint purchasers If desired. f Xtlrnanuton.hidilia-i uwo'lii.wn a.
rwm-.t . . -af. I larVrrf I !l llFf Tsinll- trill hart.. lu .ltl
to E. A. Habits. at LockeU's stable. .nmlendnernn in .nijitniMimIS
tMlrnulomrrs by hnialaclnlad iltalrrs nndcr
ll I- I I WIJ I uoniu.oiini.raniiM Kinder l-t an nnlm-
IVI JL U CjkJL i iiortant narottng ingnUiiit (i lnni th- mis-
Thfrl.no rhsnpi howiTi-rf in Ilia prpiiara-
I lloriandalt uoniMn-roalnlni-in the Imu'l- l
Ucll.rS Wrarii nmtfr Ih. n.m. nf I'stL.-'..
HRENIIAM TEXAS. UlajwTtailo ealinitii h trrnulnl mrllchl. If
iiici.cMiiuiesiiiniiirp i m-cnx XKAi Is at
Isprepared to contract for bntldini-s of all UielKtUmio'"t!ieoiit-Mowniilfr'.
lands complete. Fans and specificanons I 't -
iinushed npon application Am also pre- . fH . vf e. r C1 -i l n n -
pared to matiafacture mouldings brackets fVVAUpiT CPP OolOOU
sloor and window frames to order. Scroll- T .
Lamber of all dimensions AND
i ' f '
snebes thick. Shop on North ATaricet Street WJlffmi -Vcnv
T finil IT.. n ..
li'"un nuii - x'roprioior.
The Sharondivorco caso in San
Francisco which has been on trial
for somo lime has been continued
till July 14.
Accordisq to tho AVaco Dav
Hon. Buck AValton's life of Ben
Thompson has ditched him for at
Texas is full of colleges and for
th'o next two weeks tho papers
will contain lavish accounts of the
The pioneers of California want
Gcri. Fremont ni a need to tho rank
of a major general and placed on
the retired list.
The Colorado Citizen says can
didates desiring their names an-
noudcod will be so good as to bear
in mind that it is not working for
glory but for cash. Pay in ad
vance is what it is trying to get at.
San Antomo Express: A largo
number ot thodcmoeratio conven-
tions in this state Saturday ex-
pressed a preference for Tifdcn for
president no other candidate be
ing named with ono exception so
for as we have learned. Tilden is
accused of haWng had a strong
nanu in me -uornson Dill.
TnE Minnesota Stato Democratic
concntion mot at St. Paul on
Thursday. A platform was adopt-
ed condemning wastelul extrava
gance and demanding that taxes
bo reduced. It asserts that tho
present tariff is a master-piece of
injustice it having impoverished
many industries to subsidise a few
Though instructions to delegates
Vras not mentioned yet ovcry dele-
gate that spoko on the subiect fav
utii'ra recently soon unon onr
streets has beon the tall form of a
copper-colored- man with an un-
mistakable aboriginal countenance.
Inquiry by a reporter yesterday
developed the fact that ho is nono
other than Sba-go-with a chief of
tue Seneca nation. Tn an inter
view with him the chief said: "I
was born on tho Buffalo reserva
tion and am a lineal decendant of
Jfed Jacket on my mother's side.
All descent and all family lines
are traced on tho femalo sido with
us. By so doing chronology is
preserved with mnch superior ac
curacy over the cu ilizcd method
of tracing back on the masculine."
S uj Antosio Express: Tho Sev-
enth 'district corigressional conven
tion is to bo held at AHctonn on
July 22d. It would oo a cood idea
for all the congressional conven
tions to be heldaftcr tho national
whoso namo was al-i convention if it be tho desire of tho
ways greeted with applause. I district conventions to accord with
Is Sunday's DaMns Tlemld rvl tho national democratic dictum.
JohnF. Elliott cditorin chief and'Somoofns.wiI1 navo to sing low
setting of a boat.
There was moro ram at Lam
pasas on Thursday night farmors
iiiero jiavo mo oiues.
Cherokee county endorses I.
lanu ana instructs tor tbo retention
of tho two-thirds Tulc.
Mrs. JTcLcary mother of Gen.
J. H. Jlcljcary. dicd'sudderily at
ii eiiuiu- mo oiner (lay;
Comancho county" is entirely
nts ATj.l.a .MJ .. sy n
u. ui uoui uu iins a casn Daiance
ot 56UTO in her trcasuryv
No heavy rains have fallen at
Hcarno for somo days and farmers.
ru lecnng m ooiier spirits.
Tho Colorado Clipper esti
mates tho damaco by the recent
storm in its town at $90000.
The new tail atBelton has
occn completed and last week was
thWir Am... r... -LI.- - - -A .
...tuu uivu lur imuuc inspection.
it neat. Harvesting nas com-
tuenccu ai vrawioru ana it it does
not rain a splendid crop will bo
Tho Mitchell county Demo
crstlc'convontiOH heTd al Colorado
'iTHat-wo as a. "body aro opposed'
to tho tijrtiirdara-l-ejB conven.
Democratic principles." r
- jLtwo.mile washoui tsreaoA.
led on the track of th SoB-thera.
i-acinc sniy miles cast of J5I S asOr
and over fifty miles of track .ro-
under water. Tho damage Iby
back water from tho IUo.Grade
which is reported as falling rapid-
There seems to bo somo jeal-
ousy existing botweon Abilono and
Colorado rival towns on the Tex-
as Pacific railroad. Tho country
in their respective noiirhbnrhnnfU
is very largo and there is certainly
an abundance of room for both to'
Honry Elmcndorf. nffia A
tOniO. has hmnt-hf anil (n"VU
(Wl .!. ? lW
"v -"" lor me losasoriiis
eyesight and it now seems that
other suits will grow ont of it and
jfho never gets any damages the
San Antonio lawyers will t
get some fees.
.Two men supposed to bo
horso thieves and counterfeiters
wore arrested at San Saba the-oth-or
day and iIIirl. Th.p h.t ..
their possession. 830 in counterfeit
dimes and half dollars. rt 1. nn.
posed that they belnnn- in an nV."
PcteyAnckea German bar-
ber who livos in Galveston mon-
koyedwilh. his pistol; Hwent off'
and' cafao nearpntting an end to
his career. Tho News ciyca a hum
orous account of tho accident and
expresses no'svmnafhv far ti.
Tho Austin city council has'ft
habit of remitting fines' which' the
Statesman very properly disap-
The Brazos brido-o between
ilempstcad and Bellvillo js report;
cd to be in danger on tho Austin
The friends of Jndgo Hancock a't
Austin bclievo the telegram an
nouncing that ho will not bo a can
didate for re-election to congress
to bo unauthorized and they fear
tho report will provo injurious to
The Austin Statesman claims to
havo discovered before the San
Antonio Express did that Colum
bus Upson is n candidato for con
gress and further that he is a pro
tectionist instead of a tariff for
The La Grangd Journal is quot
as saying thai Mr. Pearson of Fort
.Bend county can defeat Ochiltree
but thai Crain cannot
"TnE'pcoplo of Texas aro almost
a oijit n favor of tariff reform and
tho delegation sont tq Chicago
will probably be so instructed
Contractor and Builder
sawlttc a soeoaltr.
planed from one-sixteenth oran inch to six j
i u urn itiNwiN nn
c S" -wwl Quitman Mirot East or AslmtlHiIMlnir.
" CONTHAtTTOliS "FOR BRENHAM - - - TEXAS.
-. mT.s trrTsTr CROCWIES BEER CIGARS and
fliiiUii JUxU.vSi.uiia ..una
Any work gije 'to pnr cbargo. will be
promptly attendod to for citner Houston or
other DncL. and eiarantea to pvo
P O. Box 130 BREVIIAM. TEXAS
TVTT.TTAf KFaTRS. wlMU1"'
oity" f BAKjRi Mb anil Domestic Fruits; Etc
AM) CONFEOTIONEB I
3Iam Street ...Baixiiisi Tixas j
Accordiko to tho Gainesville
Hcgister this is a whito man's
country even ir wo did forcibly
take it from tho poor rod man.
The Houston Post reads the
Galveston News out of tho Demo
cratic party and says its Democra
cy was npver reliable anynow.
The track of tho Oontral railroad
cast of Navasota is undor water for
a mile and soundings show the
water eight 1oet above tho rails.
The Waco Examiner and tho
Fort AVorth Gazette both cry aloud
for n reappointment. The popu-
lation of west Texas has incrpascd
rapidly since 1880 and tho de
mand of the papers .named is seem-
ingly a just one.
Dealer ia Staple and Taney Groceries I
Wim. T n..A T- -ti - i Tr... n i
Fresh Cakes and Pics on hand at all tunes.
"Comer of L Charles and Sandy Street!. I
lAy bar Is alwaycsmpidlsHl with the flnntll-
qnorain the marLet to wit McUryar. UootW
cello. ant OM IEoms Hint In v1dm aeni a
fall atock oriuilfoniia Krlly4tlaiMl hms
Cnamjaucfirbe Jlntst brands air ciara ln3&
Miuinfiriiirpr And Deafer ! n
Keeps on hand a complete stock of
Saddles and Harness
of his own make. Also Uncle Sam's Har-
REPAIRING FOHRPTLY D05E
M. A. HBAIiY
Cutlery Ede Tools Casttine Fanning
Implunents Hoes Chains Flows Iron
Sleel Cogkmj; ani Hcatinp; Stoves Store
Tnmaimgs and Tirware of all kmd. Faints
Oils A'arnisbesand window Glass BuEjryj
and Wagon material. Rubber Belting from i
1J-2 to 18 incites wide. Packing of all
kinds and all articles appertaining to tha
HanrirsrabuMnxs. Jtam street
Jao!".J78" Jircnham. Texas. 1
Sat door to GiddiAqs &. Giddings Rank
Prffl!! tli"n Mmwa. -i..i. j- ...
tbo diseases of ih laiman race Th
VUit! Bo w ecu.. mttffiui.
or rood1 IrrltaulUly ortJmnr. to
aplrlu A eIlnBrh.TlDSKlMd
mi Crlne COasxipIxioSSl S'et
SfffiiV KS." K""" that actsdirectlv
SlS? ."' "LircrnicaicliieTUTT'S
KMners and title jalsOut)mlii.rcmoTln-
animi.arlllos thronsnoeso lilSaFiSSz
'5 T !! ;'.'' Proiluclngappe-
Ute.sonnduleisiton jesnHr stool. acliar
sain and asisoroDS txxlj. TUTT-S Pll;xf
?h Vn ?-1!5? orSTrplnK nor lnterrcro
1th dally work and aro a perfect
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
.IPt FE?L? J-KC A Zmr max.
.. ?TO "aa D5?1PcIl.'lll.ConsUi)a-
UontwojTMrsanilliaetriedtenliffmnt klniisi of plus and TCTT-SJ i5S uStot
tnat hare dono mo any good. Ther har-n
clcancl moout nlcclj. My appetite i!
splcadiJ. food Mxci readily i!d 1 now
hrre nainral nawa-es. I r-i like a new-
SoldaTefTWPeTe.35c. Qfflje.44MiitnjEU JT Y
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
The Texas Midland Iteview for
May i. received Jt is a vcrj- neat
paper published monthly by the
passenger department of the Santa
The Mexican Ilcpublic is com
posed of twcnty-sc en states; ten
of them clet-t npw- governors this
3'car. Uhclr terms of oflico is four
It is regarded as not improbable
that Hon. John Hancock of Texas
may be honored with the position
of icc-prcsidcnt on tho Democrat
The Austin Statesman admits
that if Gen. Sul Boss or tho old
alcaldo do not come to tho point
Ireland will bo the noxt governor
Av "American hotel" is tp be
built in tho City ofjrexlco the es-
timated cost of vhich is three quar-
ters of a million dollars for tho
The Galveston Record says the
Houston convcntondoes not meet
until tho JPtl) pf APgnst and there
is plenty of time yet for many a
daisy littlo boom to bud and blos-
som and decay before tho conven-
tion fixes things.
The Corpus Christi Caller sas
that Judge Stayton would accept
the nomination forcongress. While
it is conceded that Mr. Crain is a
man of considerable ability and a
fino stump orator it must bo ad-
mitted that Judgo Stanton would
mako tho best congressman. Ochil-
tree will hardly be re-elected. '
Inn Houston Age say it has
been apparent for some months
that Tilden and Hendricks would
probably bo the nominees of the
Democracy for president and vice-.
president. AVo think it extreme
ly likely that they will get the
nomination and then the Ago wilf
be justified in saying "I told you
The San Antonio Jvight express
es the opinion that tho defeat of
the Morrison bill has demoralized
tho Democrats and that they aro
willing to take anybody from Til.
den to Sutler. Butler will hardly
be nominated by tho DomocraLs:
io ia iuu uanuiuaie ot mo .Anti-
Monopolists and also the Green
managing editor takes his Icavo of
the readers for a year during which
time his entire attention will be
dovotod to his duties as commis
sioner tothb New Orleans AVorld's
Pair. Col. Elliott has worked hard
in connection with his partners in
bringing tho ITerald up to its pres
ent standard of excellence; it is now
on the tariff question after that
convention meets and wo foel con
fident somo of tho congressional
candidates who havo unlimbcrcd
themselves prematurely will find
themselves' in tho rather embar
rassing position of shouting for
tnt TlA.Slatf.1 1 1 . mm
i'ioiu.-iiuai canaiaatcs ana in
opposition to tho platform. Th
apappr that would bo creditable; lsa fine mcss of cror boihg-cook-
to a city with a nonulntinn of 100 .
TnE Bolton Journal opposes the
free grass doctrino of tho .Fort
qrth Gaxptto; which is that all
ed up for some of these gentlemen
or we are very much mistaken.
1 ii i
Some papers profess to boliovc
that crime is increasing throughout
tho country instead of diminish.
i i .i ... . . i
umiicuseu lanus puonc ami pri- lm?. Statistics must be
vate snau De lrco to the cattle to'nrovo
horses etc of even- man. This
idea may bo popular in the west
wficro tho cattle kings aro now
compelled to pay rent for tho land
thoy Uso in frrnzin. tlini1 efl.
but it will bo very difficult to con.-
vinto fnpnprs and othoT'tnx'-payora
that it1 ia just to furnish froo pas-
turago to cattle kings.
orrefuto tho assertion.
AA hen the increase in population
is considered wo donot.think that
there is any increase in crime but
it must bo admitted that crime is
County attorney Clint of Dal
las county expresses tie opinion
". uuuiuiujir tsii ana win nesinn.
..! i- m w
l'v iu jLtuas.
Hillsboro wants a I00(J0
school house and tha Mirror .V
the pcoplearo willing to Ba taxed
to pay ior it.
no scholastic enrollment nf
Terrell shows 531 whites an: 84
blacks an increase of 40 rer cent
over last year.
Ahcavy bctwasmado at Dallas
that Arthur wonldcet' twenty oftho
t.xvnivsiT- rntoa A.nm 'T1v. H-
tho first ballot.
ftom Texas on
Sheepmen in Lampasas county
ouy mat suecp in xnai section nave
shoercd an average ofseven pounds
each this season.
An exchanco very sensibly re-
ftlAttlrri Iltn4 T. A . i t li-. - -.-
ut-" mai ncii a man n&s io rcr
?85 to S00 for carrying a jistol
ho stops tho-sport.
JLne Iiaredo Times want In
know if there is not life enough in
The Corsicana Conner calls one
of its neighbors n contemptiblo
parody on a man and a wart on
the face of society. If ho be real-
ly as bad as tho Courier would
mako ticliovc it would Ijo a good
policy to let him alon e.
It is stated that a petition is in
circulation for the pardon of the
young highwayman who amused
himself by robbing people on the
streets of th.0 State capital. He
ought to be made to scr o his term
"which was a short one.
Chicaoo s beginning to present
a soono of genulno activcty; promi-
nent Republicans are gathoring
and dclcgatcsnro arriving in force.
Logan nnd Blaino have established
headquarters and Arthur headquar
ters will soon bo established. Tho
counting of noses will soon bogin
nnd each aspirant will be figured
out to bo in the lead.
Aj Galveston News reporter in
terviewed Mr. Geo Sealy president
Qf tho San (a Fo railway jn regard
to tho rumors recently published
regarding the extension of thq
road. Ho said that no definate ac-
tion had been taken ct and in m.
gard tb tho rumor that wholesale tlftt c"mo " Qn t increase.
changes werp tQ bo mado in tho
employes of tho road he said
"There is nothing in tho report."
This will bo good ucm along the
line as there was a feeling of un
easiness in the region of the heads
of somo of the omploycs.'
holding.its own very well. Thefa- th young men of its town to form
dimes lor gatheringnows aro now
greater than over before and almost
ovcry crime ofany magnitude is
reportod AVhcn tho facilities for
gathering news were limited not
ono tenth of the crimo committed
was know-n"orjicardof outsido of
the immediate viciijity of their oc-
curranco ; now it is entirely differ-
ent and the number of cases daily
reported leads to tho conclusion
HfAiiqcARTERs have been estab
lished at Chicago for Blaine Ar-
thur and Logan. About one-sixth
of thp dplpgafps had arrived on
Friday and nearly all wore expect;
ca to be on hand by Sunday when
log-rolling commences in earnest
Mai or Samxir ot Austin on
AVednesday last tendered his rc-
SIP3t'fln as mayor of that city to
tako effect Juno 1st. Tile resigna-
tion was accepted. Mr. Say lor goes
to El Paso having been appoint
ed to a position by President Ar
It spile of tho opposition to
.Tilden on tho part of no incousid
erauic portion ot tno press
throughout the country ho now
looms np as tho probable nominee
of the Democracy. It will crcato
no surprise if he was nominated
The San Antonio Times says
there is some dissatisfaction among
t The AVabash railroad has for- 'bo 3Icxican voters because the
mally passed into tho hands of thcnameof n"io of their race appears
rcccjvprs whoso offices will boinion t-ho list ol delegates to Foil
St. Louis. The totof bonded debt Worth. They aro American citi-
ofthe road is about ?80000000. I101" and thpre should bp nq dis-
It is suggested that if the United
States was to buj- Cuba there would
bo a possibility of buying a Ha-
vana cigar that is not made ofCon-
ncctitut seed leaf.
Fish ex-prosiujent qf he Marino
bank was examined before a board
of inquiry.. His statements show
ed that the business of the bank
was conducted in tho most care-
lets and frce-and-casj- manner
imaginable The only wonder is
that tho bank Jasted half as long
as it did. He lilaced all his trust
in A ard Grants mnnaging.nian.
The Gainesville Bcgister takes
issue with the Fort AVorth Gazette.
Tho latter paper sajs the negro
who assaulted tho young ladies at
Denispn is a human bping Thp
former sajs "most emphatically
that ovcry negro who attempts to
assault a white lady is "an incar-
nato devil." and liko cvirv nihi-
dovil should be summarily dispos-
ed of. l
m I r
Tqii qcnir.TBEE is described by
tho Houston Journal as mugwump.
averj body knows Tom Ochiltree
and therefore everybody knnwa
what a mugwump is. A mugwump
is among other things an expand-
er and economizer oftho truth or
in other words ho can mako an in
finitesimal quanity of truth brob-
The whito delegates irom Texas
to tho Chicago convention arrived
in St. Louis on Friday and nq
dqubt reached phicagq on Satur-
day Tho dispatch from St. Louis
says no colored delegates -from
Texas have arrived yet; much
speculation ia indulged in to how
they will manage to get to Chica
go and there arc Tumors afloat as
to bow nuances will be raised Jt
may bo stated that a subscription
has been taken up in AVaskington
connty to send tho delegates irom
here and it is likely-tho samo
course was pursued elsewhere.
TnE Fort "Worth Gnzotle or
Thtrrsday gjvps a tabulated statc-
mentoftho result oftho county
com cntions held to that date. Re-
ports were in from 04 counties the
total vote of which in tho conven
tion will bo 230; 84 votes aro in-
structed for Ireland; 35 for Tilden
and of those instructed qn (Jip rnlp
governing nominations there are
54 in favor ot majority rule and
28 for tho two-thirds rule. If this
be any index of public sentiment
touching this much vexed question
tho two-thirds rule is doomed and
u is aiso evident that Ireland is
tho peoplo's choice tor governor.
Adrle. to ttbtners.
Arc you disturbed at nigbt and broked of
. hut ni oy a sick cnuu.-uiHnn; and erring
with pain of cutting teeth? If so send at
once ana get a Dottle or Jlrs. Witulow'a
Sonthmij Svrop for children teething. Its
value is mraleulablu It will rcliere tho poor
...nuraW uiiiutuinieir. xrepenu upon it
mothers there is no mtstalm abirt rf it
cures disentery and diarrhoe regulates the
stomach and bowels cures wind colic soft-
en.thegunu reduces inanimation" and gires
tone and energy to.the whole syrfem. Jlrs.
AVm-low'a &a4liing Bjrup for children
teething U plensnnt to the taste and is the
prescription of one uf the oldest and lieU
female physicians and nurcs In tho "United
states and is for sain lnr .11 .Imn..
throughout the world. Fnce 25 cents bot-
Iow lork Times: AVo commend
to the "business men" who are en
gaged m getting Mr Arthur nomi-
nated at Chicago tne consideration
I of the question now bcinir seriously
'fltenQ.rwl lt tVa)i!n-lnn 1 . Tf
w.UUHUUMU nMuuimUj V IZi i Ai
no uc uuiiiiiiaicu can no do elected;
Some of the gentlemen referred to
are not unacquainted with- tho
traffic in "futures" and with the
extraordinary risks It invplvcs.
They would do well to reflect on
tho probable demand before they
invest very largely In Mr. Arthur
a military company
A quantity of stock was killed
by lightning in different portions
ot Hill county. Ono man los
cignt ncau oi norses.
Dr. A. A. McBryde a well
known newspaper man has taken
a position on-theAustin Statesman
as telegraph editor.
From all parts of the stato
come reports of local base ball
matches. Base ball is experienc
inr a boom in Texas this year.
Is the Navasota base hall dn h
nbiquitors. It is advertised to play
hi oau .amunio ounaay J uno 1 and
oiucu io piayinjircnnamtnosamc
Tne Colorado Riliznn nf !..
week says there has beon entifel-
too much rain. Tho Colordo has
overflowed hundreds of smm d..
stroyingitTnany places even the'
third planting. Early corn will
make a fair cop anyhow .but cot-
ton is la1 ckward and grassy.
Tha Tjamdn Ttmn am..i.
thafWaco' has s "woolen mill -and
iVwootd like to know what advaw
tages Waco possessesover Laredo
which is the heart of the wool dis.
trict. If thenennfn nftamJn .5il
invest tho necessary funds thoy'
too" can haVc arwoolcB-aill.
The Waco Examiner of Friday
last devotes thrco columns to tho
account df the 'flood fn theBriUo
nver. It saj-s that milliosa of dol-
lars will not rerjlaro thn. rUu..
that plantations ivere snbsMrgcd
crops rnkied horses and stock
swept away and many narrow es-
capes were made from drowning-.'
A Ban Felipe (Scaly) specW'
to the News dated IridaV says Out
river commenced falling at soon.
Tiat the country is deluged to tKe
extent of frbm six or ten fnt ait
nlmo'st'nll the crops are- drowned
but farmers aro not Hsrniir.oo.l
and as soon as tho w-atergocs dowa
thoy will proceed to replant cot-
ton. AVftlter nnd Tlnf. Vll. .!...
passed through Brenham under ar-
rest the other day have arrived at'
Bastrdp. Tho citizens of KM
sent' a -special to the Statesman
congratulating Sheriff Jenkins aad
his deputy 'for the capture of tho'
Miles' and expressing the hope thai
the prisoners will bo dealt with
-Tho courthouse at FIoresrflTe
AVilson county was set-on fe- 1hr:
Tuesday night and barned..AH
tne jccorus except those in the
vault were burned. Tho purpose
was to destroy the indictments for-
murder and cattle stealing soaa
of which iad bcenr standing for
seven years A. number ofcoart-
houses in Texas have been rmrau
for the samo reason and it would
bo" well enough to have itgener-'
allyundcrstobd that icdictmSnia
are kopt out of the reach Of Irev
-It is thouirht at Hentfirsnn.
Texas that Congressman Jones'
will be rirtuaUy with onnositinri
in tho coming nominating conven.
10 Ark on Made miserable by Indigestion
tontipation Diine. Los of Appetite
1 elUw Skin 1 bbiloli's A'ltalaer is a positive
cure boiu oy n alkcr d; Co.
11 WhtAYiu Yon cough when Shiloh's
ins mil give immediatcrreheC Price 10 rts.
4 SI SoldbyWalkcrciCo
12 SntLOlt'S CaTAKUI ItrilTTlT nmllr.
J fr Cat"h Diphtheria and t'aukcr
The AVeimar rcDortor.of thn
Colorado Citizen says there is no
concealing the fact that cron Dros-
nnA4 : t:- r -! .
r armors in tho vicinity of
J-iallas are ninnir town neirroes to
chop cotton ; labor is very scarce
and tho colored man wants an enor-
mous prico tor his services.
Trains on tho Texas Pacific"
railroad are now crowded boh
ways. Tho completion. bftheJIcx-
lcan uentral road is supposed to
nave Bomeinmtr to UQ'with It.
Falls county Is fond of conrfs.
An order has been made by the
commissioners increasing thenum-
yer oi terms oi too connty court
from four to ten terms annually.
It is said that tho courthouse
at Bastrop is constructed with
such a prominent disregard to ae.
coustics that jurors oau scarcely'
Hum winv witnesses navo io say.
The BcpublicansofWiso coun-
ty threaten to put a full ticket in
tho field this ial. Thoy ore hopoi
lessly in tho minority but want to
Keep up meir party organization.
Tho-Beirville Standard retmfc.
Iishod the1 reciepc' prescribiHg;
alum forsnako bites. Alum may
bo a specific but a majority of hun-
ters and fishermen will be slow to
discard the old reliablo and "time-
honored" fluid known arsaake-
medicine. Alum is a new-Suvlm!
in use longer than 'the two-thirds
rale and it beinga "titee-Bonored"1
prescription all trne. "snetieBl
sportsmen will adhere to it their
safety depends upon its retention
Good country roads m.ntrf.
aro very'ibuto largely to the general pros--
penty ot tno people ot all secuona
of a connty. It costs something
to get good roads bat it paysia
the long run.
Many nundailr Doluh their- boo. .
nerer give a tbovgbt to the condition of
their hair except to harrow it casos&y vnA
brush and comb or.Eubmit it to the Mnrr-.
ang ottentibns oftho average barber. "Wis1
lutnnms Wliv 11 T-m . 1-. ...
anxiety or any of a score of causes tie hair
turns prematurely crav and becinato &rr
out Farker'a Hair Balsam will at cscastott-
tlin l.ttnl. ..muu-j ..J . a
color. An elegant tfrcsBicgi free froaa '
13 "HACwirTACK' a lasttnc and fraerant ! dav and tho eomnanv ornoMo.1
&SKS5 md - 8"la b-T start through trains to fiallas on
AVA-.1SXT Ohio Mar 23.-Lab-m
Stevens the third man" mnriM.J-
oi mo murucrot AnaersonLackeyi
-. .u.uuuu V".u was uaBlTM
hero at I n. m. to-dav. Tbr S-
- . . -' - M
aiargo crowa m town thong
Hanging- was private. SI
sloptwell last night and i
confession this morning to j
tivo of the victim savin- A
planned tho robbery. Tint nt t.
-Tho water on tho main line ofl mnrdor' of &
4t.A n i i... .- -
mo ucuinu ueiwccn uourtnev
and Millican foil one foot on Thurs-
It is stated that tho cost of print
ing tho tariff speeches in tho Con-
gressional Eccord was J10.000.
Tho Becqrd is f very convenient
medium for congressman to ven-
tilato their speeches a number of
which were never delivered in con- l
grcss. JLcavo was granted to print IP-auorm. 111s answer is nmuigu.
a quantity of them that were ready j on!t but jtisfivident that he would
The Grcenbackcrs are now hold
ing their National convention at
Indianapolis. Over four hundred
delegates aro present nlth.o states
bqlug represented oxcept Delcwaro
and Mississippi. Butler was asked
by telegraph if he would accept
14 SuiLOu'a Cure tVitr. mm.l..l. -
lieveCYoun. Whwminir cuui-b uml ni.n.iij
. .-.. .'.. " ....
coiu oy aixcr iK Lo.
The Georgetown Sun takes nfc "- ""rproi any.
casion to say that it will adocatci The Austin and Northwestern
no nian'a nomination for offico this 'railroad advertised for sale on
year but it intends to support the Wpdesday last w-as pot sold on
nominees of the Democratic part- accpnnt of tlcro being np bona
T- K)n( !.'.:. w J fide bid lor tl(c amount renuired
'will soon cpiiie off pt Fort AVorth. . b)' tho dccree f l10
accept as ho claims to ha c been a
cqnsistant grccnbackcr for tho pas
twenty years. .i(cr a. iqnjj cqntos.t
it tas decided tliajnu -otcs except
thqso of dclcgiitcs present should
counted. This was regarded q3
II1nll tlf tflltl Unn T II
frl I.. ... " ..... M. 1. MVlt. u.41.
J...V: prui.nciors oi me papers snv .- " nrim . i.i
nnrtlni. nm.( .1. o " I-----1 "" "l'"
"..itsuuii i-piucon pprornvorlli. rt . nnnn -"---" ...--- .....- v minent president.
I'nzes amounting to $6!00 will bo ;. '' "n"or """"'"--- cihhuj as occn incur- -
offered by citizens Hundreds f ! be made to sell Jnly 2. red by some publication made in i A L.4R0E number of postofficcs
pigeon havo been received for the ' Liltl7Je7'Tth7i .- 1!' VTT' II :nS lhe !"tenlin f ' llTl.. ?? ?y 3?' "
TnTrSMAriaALCFdSEnilBECElPTSrprr. !rnntr.st. i: .... une Miuans to mow up tneomcc at """S """"' 'i aim n naxion-
. --rt . - - -.
for delivery but were choked off
. !' ---
iqr want or time.
Half a pound of dynamite at-
tached to three feet pffusc was
found undprthp pftiep pf the Jour:.
nal in Nenia Ohio on Wednesday. t
Io For Dr.rEi-iA and Lxr Complaint
ou have a pnnted guarantee on evtn twttle
i.fblnlohs Aitalizcr. It niiir fails. la i.urc
tjoldbyAVattervVCa. "fW T
?l!i. T S lNi "TO" free "th each bottle
of Mnloh s Catarrh Ki miI-. rv.. tj .
. . . .- v tv wuu.
uiu oy itaiiwcro; .o.
nomination on a satisfactory UZLt ?J
aged to outdo Grant A Ward. Ho
paid profits of 50 per cent tQ crd.
ulous dupes who entrusted him
with mpney foT use in blind pool
Plierations. That makes thn nMi-
3 per cent Fred AVard paid to hi
patronsseem beggarly hut then
ti- .sk. -'i nt ft1 j o
tm hfl.1M.rn4 affiu'tnnrftlu W..1- rlA
nmK.H.ei:.. .rn.i l..:C.r.ir.T.rtl".""mH055J
las county is quoted as sayintr that! oh-e'c- A moisture hie perspa
iuu truuiuicrs oi Ajaiiaa aeeflntthn .. .: ? - .-.u.
u;.-a ..v . "1 ." SPB.
situation and ask a aonerous set-
tl&ment of tho cases pending
Accordinir to the Bellvillo
Standard tho barbccQp at Buckhorn
on the 23d nf May was nttindl t
I -i -i .n'n .. . . . . TV
Tinnuz jutMi twnn a umiA hn n
about 500 attended tho Tolktdest
Tbp recent 8torms"at Colorado
blew doivn twenty houses among
thoso completely destroyed wcro
tho Baptist and Methodist church-
ra ma jmuiio scnooi ounaing a
livery stable barns and residences.
is a vrv ivmnu.
Blind lllecdin and itcnini. V.l!
once to the application or Dr. Bosail
Reniedy Tttuoo acts directly npoa J
affectoa absorbingtbe timvors aHal
iusv m-mng ana aaecung x perl
enrc. nec aa evni a-j -
GRAT ITire OR TVtn"nrEas chanr-l in.
atanilr to a OtflrsrBiacK by a single ap-
plication of Hi Ute. ldbyDruCTista.
or act by cxp.t a on rectlpt of S I
viuop4mrray direct Nnr rorfc.
nilit v.lipn no ono a in.
Gen. Gnirt' nffle' enahi;! TC'v.-.L f? was
young Napoleon ofWall street to thV pVs e s'io'oT mallyeYlow
Xinndtey-Ge1:0 3L dion not Uii sa"
counted for a sreat deal and Fro I "Ti " '"" " n0MC0 01 P-
cut down the profits accordingly 3b''-"-
ot . Four men were arrested by
Th. Peopi. r. united Jiangera andbrought into San Saba
In their praise of the renowned specific- w chrge pf tho theft of cattle.
Amine. As a care for rnni. .J rl linen CantUred thoy had nnnnt fiOO
lana.agoeandm-iUuialf.er its eooal is not rattle dnvinsr thom to a ranch.lt
ic iieau ni tno iNnoces.
The old steamer AVilson G. Hnnfcl
wnica weni rpnnu ine Horn in
1849 and mado bushels of monol
mnnintf between San FTaneisiS:
and Sacramento is now- lying otr '
iuo uuauu ai iciorta jj. il sh '
is worn out. and will never turn
-I "....tcl H!
Iknonn in lhe wide wide world.
"AVhat causes tlie great rtuu- ii Tratter A-1
Co's. Dree- Store!" Thn . .- I-?"."5?
of sample-bottle of Dr. IWi'lfwS
for Coughs Colds. M-nsampS
sivncuuis nw on ursmariet. JtaSTi'
New Haven IN ews -. Frd KrJt
manager at Boston' ti .i"
has failed T;-n;f. .!?
luabilitiM 83 711
assets fiOO borrowed babies.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 5, 1884, newspaper, June 5, 1884; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115547/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .