Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 2, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 10, 1888 Page: 3 of 8
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The Weekly Banner.
(PUBLISHED DAILY AM) WIDELY.)
"WeeMy S2 a year in advance.
Entered as second class matter at Post Office
l 40?'-Alt Jahnascf Barton Texas.
S F M. Gaimir Lyons Texas.
Jo Hikeski Wesley Texas.
Prof. Cotton has organized a
dancing class at Bellville.
A new varioty ot odors in Per-
fumery iust arrived. Ladies please
Camxton & Nasii.
Dissatisfied. Mr. Venable tha Weather Signal. On the first of
rrentleman from "Victoria 'srlio was ap- the month a change in the time of
pointed to succeed Mr W. H. Fleig
at this place as tiie agent of the
Waters Pierce Oil company has
changed his mind and has decided
not to arcopt the place. Manager
fKeenan is now in the city looking
up some one to take the place. The
merchants and business men and
the citizens generally are very much
incensed at the removal of Mr.
Fleig without any cause whatever.
He is one of the most popular men
in town and stands high in every
way and there is talk of a local boy-
cot of the oil company on account of
his unceremonious removal.
A new b-uber shop has been open-
ed under the opera house.
Brine in vour tickets heioro
February 1. 1888. for the Music
Sox Leading Bazar of
KNOOP & SCHAWE.
The county court will meet on the
third Monday in the month.
Social Bargain Counters every
Saturday and Monday.
I. LoEWENBTEIN & Co.
Citt Assessor Salley is getting his
books ready to take assessments.
Another car Wooden and Willow
Ware has arrived wcich I offer at
greatly reduced prices.
The popular query is who wore
that historic swallow-tail at the "full-
C. and ST. Toilet Cream is used
by all ladies for chapped skin.. At
Cablxton & Nash's.
Another project for establishing
an electric light plant jn the city is
Toeing talked about.
Oar celebrated unaresscd Hid
Gloves at $1 worth $1.50.
Glace Kid Gloves at 75 cents
Please call and examine before
1. LOEWENBTEIN & Co.
Their Business Booming.
Probably no one thing has caused such a
revival of trade at R. E. Li hn's Drug Store
as tneir giving away to tneir customers so
many free trial bottles of Dr. King's new
Discovery for Consumption. Their trade is
simply enormous in this very valuable
srticle from the fact that it always cures and
never disappoints. Coughs Colds Asthma
Bronchitis Croup and all throat and lung
diseases quickly cured. You can est it
before buying by getting a trial bottle
free large size SI. Every bottle warranted.
It is reported that about six hun
dred signatures of good solid and
substantial citizens of "Washington
county have been secured to a counter-petition
protesting against the
pardon of C C Lieb and his restor-
ation to citizenship.
We Always Lead Never Follow.
"Wo will guarantee goods as well
Wo will refund themoney after
If we caunot Bell you as good
and cheap as anyone.
That's the Leading Bazaar of
Kkoop & Schawe.
sending weather signal leports to
this station of which Mr. Abe Har-
rison is agent went into effect.
The indications now sent liere are
issued at Washington at 10 o'clock
daily and are received not later than
noon. The change from 10 p.m. to
10 a. m. was made in order to fur
nish the latest forecast that could
possibly be telegraphed. Before
the change the indications were
twelve hours old when they reached
here owing to the defective telegraph
service over which the signal bureau
had no control.
Don old friend Mr. F. Krentzlin
has our thanks for a box of choice
-cigars a .New Tear's present.
Our Plush goods are in the la-
test unique styles aBd are useful
'and substantial as well as orna-
mental. Cableton & Nash.
Two new students have arrived
tfrom New Braunfels to enter the
Blinn Memorial College.
There is a small party of four
gentlemen in the city from Iowa
prospecting and buying up cattle.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
Tha best salve in the world for cuts bruis-
es sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tet-
ter chapped hands chilblains corns and all
rti eruptions and positively cures piles or
no pay. It is guaranteed to give perfect satis-
lacuon or money reiunueo. jrnce 23 cenis
per box. For sale by K. E. Luhn-
Thornton McCowen gave two
bonds on Satuiday of $200 each fcr
assault and was released from jail.
Theee is talk-of an amatuer thea.
jjrical entertainment being presented
at the opera house early in the
"WANTED a good h.ouse servant
Palish Bohemian German or Col-
ored. "No family attached. Good
wages to the right party. Apply to
jUks. juke J. Jacob.
On "Thursday Morris Cohn insti
tuted suit in the district court
against Richard Mackey to recover
on a note and to foreclose a mort
gage given on certain property to
secure its payment.
Clearing Sale of Surplus Stock
of Seasonable Goods
At Cut Prices.
It is true the season has boon
backward with most merchants.
and justly do they complain of dull
times. Wo have been rushed by
our inenas ana ail wno are dispos-
ed to buy the
BEST GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES.
which wo continue to offer at still
greater reductions. Wo aredeter-
miped not to carry ovor anything
lor next year.
Call atonco and bo convinced.
I. LOEWENSTEIN & Co.
County Attorney Bogeis went to
Greenvine court Saturday. Four or
five parties all pleaded to misde-
meanors and were fined. He says
they knew when they saw him com-
ing through the mud that he meant
business and that there was no way
BROCKSCHHIDT & HOHLT
Dealers in dry goods clothing
for men and boys a full line of la-
dies' and misses' trimmed hats
cloaks wraps jackets newmar-
kets all newest styles; a full lino
of shoos for all and at astonishing
low prices. Wo also carry a fresh
stock of fancy and family gro
cenes country produce crockery
and glass-ware and holiday goods
Free dolivery to all parts of the
city. Agents for tho unexcelled
White Sewing Machine. Give us a
call. Bbockschmidt & Hohlt.
At a regular mefrr f &e An
cient Order of UniteWorkmen on
Thursday evening thj followingiew-
ly elected officers vme installed for
the ensuing terr
H. Frankr Master at- inns.
"Wm. "Winklei Foreman.
Julius Naaek Assistant Foreman.
L. Bio.ienkant Recorder.
Wm. p Schill Financier.
"Wni. Zeiss Treasurer.
H. C Muller Inside Guard.
Tiustees Wm. Zeiss. "W. Seel-
horst Sr. and J. J. Hoffmann.
We have just opened a full line
ot F. F. Cashmere in all the nowest
shades at 35 cents worth 50.
Mummy cloth combination dress
goods at 25 cents worth 35.
De Beigo at 16 cents worth 22.
Colored Cashmere at 15 cents
cheap at 25.
Novelty dress goods at 15 cents
Ladies Cloth Henriettas and So-
las topols in latest shades.
Figured Sateen at 10 cents worth
Plain Sateen in all colors at 15
cents worth 25 cents.
1. Loewenstein & Co.
Judge "W. E. Crump a prominent
citizen of Bellville who was well
known here died on Thuisday
Housewives desiring the best re-
sults in cooking should uso Sbcp-
arN Economical Baking Powder.
Sold by J. H. Queue.
H. Drinkard is tho namo of tho
jiarty who has opened a now barber
shop under tho opera house. He is
1 oin Caldwell.
Xeabntng to play on the zither is
becoming quite popular since the
club was organized in this city. The
club expects to give a public con
cert before a great while.
Have you ever thought of there
being a firm in this place named
Brookschmidt & Hohlt? If you
havo -not dealt with them you
ought to give them a trial for thoy
soil goods very cheap.
Me. L. F. Grassmcck has pur-
chased the interest of his paitner
Mr. E. H. Evcisberg in the opera
saloon and is now solo proprietor
Obituabt. Miss Julia Dashiell
daughter of Mrs. J. A Dashiell
quietly departed this life at the resi
dence of her mother on East Main
street in this city between the
hours of 11 and 12 o'clock on Friday
morning January 4th. The de-
ceased was one of the most popular
young ladies in Brenham and reck-
oned her friands by the score. She
had just entered into the prime of
young womanhood but fell a victim
to that insidious and dread disease
consumption. Tho funeral took
place at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon
from the family residence.
A youth named Thompson and a
maiden named Maxwell from the
western portion of the county fled
from home on Friday and wanted to
get married. They were both under
age and County Clerk Lewis refused
to issue a license.
Plushes Novelty and plain Vel-
vets striped and Moire Silks Silk
Passamenterics. Braided Setts and
Dress Braids in endless variety.
I. Loewenstein & Co.
The dickey birds say that a prom
inent young farmer in the Chappell
Hill neighborhood who has many
friends in this city is soon to be
come a benedicL
300 barrels New York Seed Po--tatoes
consisting of tho following
varieties viz: Early Rose1 Peer-
less Snow Flake Heron. Also in
store one carload North Texas
rust-proof Oats at
Martin Sbepard colored who has
been in the county iail for some
inuu past ior norse tneit was re
leased on Saturday on bond.
To see a neat and clean drug
store is always a pleasure. Carle-
ton & Nash have It.
Everybody is interested in our
Shoe Department where wo offer
groat attractions in our Ladies Sal-
ter Lewin Jid Button Shoes at
82.50 worth 83.
Elegant School-Button Shoes at
81.50 cheap at 82.
Spring-neel Shoes at reduced
tfoy s Congress or Lace Shoes
at 81.50 worth S2.
Gent s Congress Shoes $2.50.
It will pay you well to call and
examine boforo buying elsewhere.
I. -LfOEWENSTEIN & Co.
He "Was Mabeied. The B inner
has been informed by a gentleman
from Chappell Hill that it made a
slight mistake in stating that Joe
Kitchen the young man who com-
mitted suicide at that place on Tues-
day night was a single man. He
was a married man but his wife
lived in North Carolina and she re
fused to come with him to Texas
not only at the time he left but re
fused persistently his entreaties fre
quently made afterwards. This is
supposed to be the cause of his tak-
ing his life. Kitchen was in fine
financial circumstances. He made
eighty-two bales of cotton last year
on fifty acres of land and there was
nothing that could have caused him
to commit the rash act except the
failure of his wife to live with him.
Possesses many Important Advantages over all
other prepared Foods.
BABIES CRY FOR IT.
INVALIDS RELISH IT.
Makes Plump Laughing Healtny Babies.
Regulates trm Stomach and Bowsts.
Sold by Druggists. 83c 50c Sl.OO.
WrEllS BICMR050H i. CO BCmimim.VT.
on fine plate paper by patent photo process sent
free to Mother or any Baby bom within a year.
A Portlolio of beantlnil baby portraits printed
Every Mother wsnts thpw tao tnro
Give Baby's name and age:
WtLLS HICHABOS0N &C0 Preps. Burlington Yt
St'sj Easy to m
&. I Fastness
Warranted to color more irnndittlifinfiTivntT?
dyeaevermade and to giro more trffllant and
durable colors. Ask for the IXamomi. and tAia
no other. 36 colors; zo cents each.
WELLS RICHARDSON & CO. Burlington Vt.
Fcr (hiding or -Brcnzwg Fancy Articlts USE
Cold Silver Bronze Copper. Only 10 Ctsts.
I i ni men!
The most wonderful Pain-Curer the world hsa ever
known. Its effects are instantaneous.
Tlio transition from long lingering and
painful sickness to robust Health marks an
epoch in the life of the individual. Such a
remarkable event is treasured in tha memo
ry and the agency whereby the good health
nas been attaineu 13 crateiullv blessed.
Hence it is that so much is heard in praise of
r .-r T.. i r 1. . .v..
xtieuiiiuuiiLcra. uu luiuv icei biiey uwemeir
restoration to health to the use of the Great
Alterauvo and Tonic If vou are troubled
with any discaso of Kidneys Liver or Stonv
ach of long or sdort standing you will sure
ly iiiiu ream uy usu ui .caeciric Diners aom
at s0o and 51 per bottle at R. E. Luhn's
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castor la.
The Browmvood Appeal whose
editor spent Christmas in Brealiam
pays a fine compliment to this place.
After mentioning the fact that sev-
eral handsome now residences and
business houses have been erected
since the editor's last visit it says:
'Brenham never boasts of booms
but one thing can be said to its cred
it it never takes a btep backward."
Buy your Hats and Millinery
Goods at I. Loewenstein &Go's
whore they will sell you a single
uat wuu tiimmings and trimmed
to order at short notice.
It is now highly probable that the
theatre-goers of Brenham will have
a chance to see Janauschek after all.
She wanted to come here on the
12th but tha Gilbert-Huntley com
pany was booked for that date.
Nothing has been heard however of
the company since it was booked
and the manager of Janauschek has
written fiora Sau Antonio to know
if she cannot yet be given that date.
3Ir. Simon telegraphed yesterday
to make the arrangements.
Tbavei has been light over the
railroada ior the past few days.
Most of the passengers on the trains
are returning excursionists.
Beckham Kov. 28 1888.
This certifies that J havo been
suffering with Epylepsy for tho
last 15 years. After using C. 3'.
Jensen's "Epylojisy Cure for eight
and one-hall months tho attacks
ceased and sinco tho last 4
months havo had no more fits and
I hope they may never return
jan 3 H. Landcraf.
Messus. T. A. Low andE. A. Stuck-
ertJiave formed a partnership and
havo bought out Mi-. E. Hoffman's
About a Foreclosure Sale.
At a loreclosuro sale ol onn of
the largest and best manufacturers
in Now York wo were on hand
with ready cash and secured at tho
greatest sacrifice tho choicest lines
in Ladies "Wraps and Jackets Miss-
es' and Children's Cloaks which wo
offer strictly at cost. Call and ex-
amine. 1. Loewenstein & Co.
TnE Baptist church at Chappell
Hill is now without a pastor Eov.
Mr. Luther having moved to "Wharton.
Da. L. B. Ceeath of Kentucky
Bidge gave a family dining during
the holidays at -which over fifty
were present all of whom tere rel-
atives living in the neighborhood
and still they were not all piesent
as somo weie sick and others away
Whiskies of all grades in
barrels half barrels 10 and 5 gal-
lon kegs as well as in smaller
quantities. H. Fisheb.
New Landretlis Garden
and onion setts in bulk
ounce to the bushel. At the leading
Bazar. Koop k Schawe.
The recent rains put Mill creek on
the biggest rise known for a long
time and has rendered the roads
through the bottom almost impassable.
UROUKSCHMIDT & HOHLT
Havo got one of tho largest and
nicest assortments of dry goods and
groceries in the city and they say
their prices are cheaper than any.
Alfied Jones made affidavit before
Justice Curry on Saturday against
Dock "Waller for assaulting him with
a knife. "Waller is the nartv whom
George Light struck on the head
with an axe on Christmas day on J.
M. Sameson's place and Jones says
that it was while "Waller was trying
to cut him wity the knife that Light
liit him rith the ax. All of the par-
ties are colored.
Accidextallt Shot. On Wednes
day afternoon at Somerville while
Conductor Percy on the Mont
gomery branch of the Santa Fe
road was taking off hia pistol to lay
it away the weapon was accidentally
discharged. Tho mail route agent
whose name is Cardinal or some;
thing of the kind was standing
near and when the pistol was dis-
charge the ball entered his left
thigh and ranged down to the knee-
cap. A physician from this city
was telegraphed for and went up on
the night train to dress the wound.
He reports that the wound is a very
BOCK LIME BEST CEHENT
Houston Brick and Eire Brick.
Wood & Sttjckert Brenham
George Light the colored man
who attempted and nearly succeed-
ed in braining Dock "Waller another
darkey with an ax on Mr. J. M.
Jameson's place on Christmas day
cam into town on Thursday and
voluntarily surrendered to tie au-
thorities. "Waller is on the road to
The firm of "Wood & Stuckert is
this day dissolved by mutual con-
sent. K. A. Stuckert retiring. F. "W.
Wood will continue the lumber bus-
inessTat the old stand.
F. W. "Wood
B. A. SXUCKEKT.
Brenham Tex. Jan. 2 1889.
r T. SWEARINGEN
3 Baa a eomnlite abstract of Lac J Tltlea of
BEAURE6ABB BRYM .:
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W W. BKASCT.
W B. GABKETT.
Searcy $t Garrett
Attorneys at Law.
0FEICE OVER BIDDIHSS & BIDDINBS BAXlt
L. B. BHYAX.
J. P. CAMPEU 5CV
Brpn & Campbell
Attorneys at Law5f
Bbehum "WABgnrGToN COjTjxis. s
Will practice in all Courts of Washtodba "
and adjoining connties. JHave a complete
abstract of titles of "Washington county- f
OFT2CE OVKB GXDD1XG3 & GinDUTOS BAXX
Apples Apples. Apples!
I have just received a car of fan-
cy Apples which will be sold
cheap as I will recoivo another
car in a few days. F. Kjber.
AH persons indebted to the firm of II. TV.
Lemoinc lately dome; a mercantile business
in the city of lirenbam will plcuo call at
my ollico over Brocluchmidt & ITnMrV 1
Eettleaccouna and save costs as I h 0 poa-
itivo instructioos to nso all means known to
the law to make collections.
Are we to Have Anotier War?
Some political prophets aver that w e shall.
Be that as it rnny the battle waged by medi-
cal science against dNcase will ncter ceaso
uniil wo arrive at that Utopian epoch when
the human faniuy shall cease to bo afflicted
with bodily ailinints. Ono of tho moat do-
tent weapons which tho armory of medicine
furnishes is Hostetter's fatoraach flitters
which is of special utility as a family remedy
as it is adapted to the immediate rebel and
ultimate cure of those disorders of the stom
ach liver and bowels which are of common
est occurrence. Indigestion Biliousness and
Constipation are inseoarablo comDanions.
and theso adments are completely eradicated
by the Bitters. But the remedial scope of
mis superlatively wholesome and genial
medicino takes in also nervous aijments
rheumatism and kidney troubles; its action
in these as in the other complaints being
characterized by unequaled thoroughness.
Mr. "W. D. Crockett a well known
and popular young man of Chappell
Hill has been appointed deputy-
county assessor for precinct No. 2
and qualified on -Thuisday. The
county assessor will begin work as
soon as the weather clears up.
For 5 10 and 25 cent counter
goods arrived and to arrive. At the
leading Bazar Knoop& Schawe.
Aother Suicide. County Sur-
veyor Von-Bicberstein who has just
arrived from his farm in the western
poition of the county reports a sui-
cide which took jdaco near a little
place named Nassau just across the
lino in Fayette county on Wednes
day. Tho name of the rafeh youth is
Louis Burkheart. Ho killed himself
with a pistol but tho cause could
not bo learned.
The proprietor of the Banner and
his better-half return their thanks to
Mr. L. Bronekant our popular jew-
eler for handsome Xew Year's pre
sents. Friend Louis may you live
long and continue to prosper.
.Retiring from the clothing busi-
ness wo' offer gent's and youth's
clothing at less than cost. Gent's
furnishing goods at very low
prices. I. Loewenstein & Co.
Lawyer Land Agent
And Notary Public.
I have valuable tarms for sale al rt derira-
ble residences in the citr.
C. F. FROUWEW; -i
The article of Mr. Hairy Haynes
the real estate agent showing the
improvements that have been made
in this city during the past year
ought to inspire tho city to renewed
Tho undersigned having bought
the lumber yard of Wood & Stuck-
ert gives notice that he assumes the
liabilities of tho said firm and will
collect all accounts and notes due
Wood & Stuckert and earnestly re-
quests his friends to "come uo."'
J.' BANK . OOD.
Resident Dentist. ?
"CtY? c-ir Carle!onS.'Naih':Dmii Store
Teeth extracted without pin by use o
Two young men from Temple
Messis. J. L. T. Manninjr and D. H.
Mays were in the city on Friday
with the view of starting a feather
renovating establishment here.'
In Brenham for 13 years has moved his of-
fice to second story of the Council building
on Main stroet North of the court house
Teeth filled with the best materials- Guar-
anteed from one to ten years according to
Artificial plates made of the best teeth'
and materials and if no f.t no pay. All
mouth and gum diseases treated.
moderate terms U. U. D.
Corner Main and Douglass streets
Board by the day"week ofjxrontb. on rcaT
Eonah!; emu ' Ketla 25 cents.
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