Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 25, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 19, 1890 Page: 3 of 8
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TOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
The Banner is authorized to announce
Ukaceeqakd Brtax as a candidate for dis-
trict attorney of the 21st Judicial distrct
subject to the action of District Democratic
for couxnr clerk.
The Banner is authorized to announce 0.
A. Seward as candidate for County Clerk
of "Washington county subjo't to the aciion
of the Democratic County Convention.
The Baxxer is authorized to announce
Capt J. II. Byrnes as a candidate lor county
clerk of Washington county subject to the
action ot tne democratic county convention
Mr. Sam ScnxExcEn the popular
county collector who has ono of the
prettiest lawns and one of the finest
gardens and orchards in the city
raised only one peach on his entire
place this Tear It is now ripe and
is a beauty. It is as largfo as a per-
son's fist and is on exhibition at Sir.
H. Fischer's. Sir. Schlenker says
he believes ho could have sold it
10 for a curiosity.
Petty Scott colored -was fined
So and cost3 in Justice Curry's
court Saturday for nisiug a row out
on the road to Gay Hill.
Fop. Mocha and Java "Washed Eio
and Peaberry Coffee Par.ohed or
Green. Go to Sloan & Hodde.
i time. AYe
J. R. Robertson is hereby announced as a
candidate for Sheriff of "Washington county
subject to the action of the county demo
At the request of many friends 1 here-
with announce myself as a candidate for
Sheriff of "Washington county subject to the
action of the County Democratic convention.
Leonard G. Ghe.
"Wo are authorized lo announce D. E.
Teagub-ss a candidate for Sheriff of Wash
ington county subiect to the action of
the county democratic convention.
Thomas 3L "Whitman is hereby announc-
ed as a candidate for constable of Precinct
Ho. 3 Washinstfon county subject to the
action of Democrstic precinct convention
" -should there be one held.
We are authorized to announce C. C.
Boyd as a candidate for Constable of Pre-
cinaXo. 3 Washington county subject to
the action of the democratic convention.
JL O CAJL iVJE? TVS
The Colored Schools
The closing exercises of the Camp-
town colored school were held Fri-
day afternoon p.t the Mount Rose
.Baptist church before a thronged
house. The primary grades held
their exercises in the afternoon and
the grammar and high school grades
at night. The children acquitted
themselve very creditably. Several
recitations were 'well spoken.
tambourine drill was well executed
and a play entitled "The fruits of
the wine cup" was well presented.
Prof. H. T. Sealing of Austin de-
" livered an address on "The Ameri
can Jonah.'' His theme was the
negro question and he handled it in
:an able eloquent and philosophical
'manner. The address was pregnant
with sound advice and wisdom and
was one the sentiments of which
every patriotic citizen white or black
could respond to. Prof. Healing
then in a few well chosen remarks
'conferred certificates upon the mem-
bers of the eighth grade. At the
conclusion of his remarks County
Judge Kirk was called for and made
& brief speech in which he heartily
endorsed the sentiments of Prof.
Sealing and advised everybody to
take the speaker's advice. Superin-
tendent Fiynne also made a talk.
The closing exercises of theWatrous-
Tille school took
Sloniaia. Peaberry. Eio Jav SIo-' weather."
cha parched or Green Coffee.
Jacob Jc Jiklndge.
report that the crop
are improving all the
ere having "growing
"W. S. SIcDoxvld of this city is
an old acijuamtauce of General
Hogg and when the latter was in
the city Thursday going to Bellville
SIcDonald approicbed and greeted
him with the remark that ho wanted
to speak for an office in time. Gen.
Hogg replied that ho guessed Slack
had better wait and see if the peoplo
wanted nini (tlogg) lor governor.
3ules and Horses
All who own
Ttt i:-i-Hrii! For six weeks we have had an
it J. H. Quebe's: Fresh Whit- i average of trom four to six sick
Judge C. C. Garrett is in receipt ' aker's hams lard and breakfast j mulc dally w'th bots and colic on
of tho "ratifyiun- information thatjbacon- One car of Hour and corn m3' plantation. :n Fort Bend coun-
his daughter Slfss Nellie has won meal for sale-at a low pric. 7- " o used the "Bots and Colic
the first gold medal in elocution at j J. H-Qtoee. i opccific put rp by C. F. Jensen &
I' rom ncvxuntil the Sen. Anionic ono mule. Col. Il A. Ellis
This is the- best medicine for-
oots and colic-on record
Have yo-j tried Kiber SiEhosphata- G. W. Beddick.
c j - . . '
Hollins Institute Ta. The second
medal was won by a Sliss Coleman
We desire to say to our citizens that for
years we have been selling- Dr. King's New
Discovery foV consumption Dr. King's if ew
Life Pills BucUen's Arnica Salve and Elec-
tric Bitters and havo never handled remedies
that sell as well or th"t have given such uni-
versal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee them every time and we stand
reaoy to refund tho purchase price if satis-
factory results do not follow thsir use. These
remedies have won their great popularity on
their merits. K. E. Luhn.drucgUt.
The "Our Crowd" club had a
party on Friday evening at the resi-
dence of Sirs. Sarah Lusk.
place on Saturday
Another Stabbing Scrape.
There was another stabbing affray
on "Wednesday night iu Camptown
in which Bill Fortune Jr. the son
pi Bill Norriss who also joes by the
some ot J; ortune was severely stab
bed in tne left side. The difficulty
occurred in front of an icecream
saloon recently opened in that quar-
ter and originated in a dispute
about tne possession of a handker-
chief between Fortune and two
brothers John and Sharp Anderson.
Sharp Anderson struck Fortune a
blow with a stick and his brother
at tho same time got in his work with
the knife. A complaint was filed
beforo Justice Curry and a warrant
was issuod for tho arrest of John
Anderson alone. Slalshal Swain made
the arrest and ho will have a hear-
mg this morning on the charge of
assault with intent to muider.
Capt. Jdxien 31. Byrnes announ-
ces in this issue as a candidate for
county clerk at the ensuing election
suoject to the action of the demo-
cratic convention. Capt. Byrnes is
a man with an umblemished record
as far as his private character is con-
cerned and a man of most excellent
business qualifications He is an
-ex confederate soldier having served
with Gen. Robert E. Lee up to tho
close of the war and saw him when
he surrendered his sword to Gen.
Grant. He has been a resident of
Erenham and of Washington county
the past fifteen years and was never
a candidate before. A few months
ago he was elected by the commis-
bioners' court to fill the unexpired
term of the late Hugh SL Lewis
and has filled the ofncelicceptably
31a. Hebeb Stose says that while
he was in Georgetown the other
3ay he "visited the chair factory and
doesn't see why Brenham shouldn't
have one. It employs sixty hands
the work is done by mschinery and
by pattern and it doesn't require
skilled labor. Such timber is used
in the manufacture of the goods as
wft have here.
Uncfclen's Arnica Sarre.
The best salve in the world for cuts bruis-
es sores ulcers salt rheum fever sores tet-
ter chapped hands chilblains corns and all
;o eruptions and positively cures piles or
no pay. It is guaranteed to give perfsct saus-
laction or money retunded. rncc 20 cents
per box. For sale by K. E. Luhn-
The preparations for the fourth
of July celebration at the Germania
are moving grandly forward.
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to brine vou
satisfactory results or in case of failure a re
turn or purchase price.. On this safe plan
you can buy from our advertised druggist a
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for con-
sumption. It is guaranteed to biing relief in
every case whenued for any affection of the
throat lungs or chest such as consumption
inflammation of lungs bronchitis asthma
whooping cough croup etc. It is pleasant
and agreeable to taste perfectly safe and can
always be depended upon. Trial bottles
ree atE.-E. Luhn's dru-store.
encampment the Brenham Field Ar-
tillery will drill four tinies-a week.
Jellies Jams Preserves Soyat
Baking Powders Toilet Soaps. Ex-
tracts. Jacob & EldridKe-.
SIessrs. TV. H. SIuri-hy and Au-
gust Koch have opened up a shoot-
ing gallsry next to Lindemann &
Koch's hardware stora
Trt Kiber's Phosphates its
"Manitou" is the finest sparkling- table
water in. the world. H. JUher Agent Bren-
ham. Samples free.
Manager of L. A. Ellis & Son's
.Remedies advertised in this
paper put up. by C. F. Jensen &
Co. Burton Texas arc for sale-by
SIr. A. A. Bryax writes the Ban-
ner that the demoeratic primary for
the Burton precinct to elect dele-
gates to the county convention will
be held on July 5. instead of June
2S. ' '
There is no clue yet in regard to
tho theft of two lamps from the
German Slethodist church.
Just Received: Grape Slilk Quart
or Pint Bottles made from Grapes
non-alcholic Delicious Drink 35
Cents Pints; Go Cents Quart Bottles
Sparkles Like Champagne. Eecom-
mended by the Sledical faculty.
Jacob & Eldridge.
A young gentleman drovo down to
tho depot in a buggy on Saturday
to tako his uncle to the train and
hitched to a post and went into the
waiting-room until train time.
"When he went to return down town
he forgot all about the buggy and
footed it back leaving tho horso
tied to the post.
"Manitou" Tablo Water and Ginsrer Cham-
pagne is shipped to nils parts ol tho conn-
try. II. Fisher Agent Brenham Texas.
Inn opera house was provided
witu several nre escapes during the
commencement exercises of the pub-
lic schools and a number of firemen
were detailed for duty in the hall.
Try the "Improved Buckeye
Slower" Sulky Hay Bakes and
"Caldwell Wagons." First class
goods and all warranted.
Rheumatism is caused by lactic acid in the
blood whic'i Hood's Sars.iparilla neutralizes
thd thus cures Eheumatiim.
un nana nan ".uimon aeart cy-
press Shingles" large stock dry
.Liumuer will bo sold close.
Feaxe W. Wood.
The reporter of the Banner ac-
knowledges the receipt of a bottle
of fine Herbemont wine from tho
Silkviile Vineyard Adolph. A.
Woehler proprietor. Sir. Woehler
gives practical proof of the fact that
this can be made a successful wine
Chocouje Ico Cream at Kiber's.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK THROWN ' OPES" . POR.
Tie M York
Store tin Bpos.yProo.
Ice Cream Soda at Kiber's 5cts.
Just received one car load latest
patent hardwood non-filled North
Star Ice Chests and refrigerators.
Call and see them.
I 3Iul Cat Schooner
Largest in the state at SlrmpHY's.
Try Fairbank's White Clover leaf
lard for sale bv H. Fisher.
Tanners anil ."Ullleiv Attention.
I have just received 1000 Bushels
white corn in sacks.
J. B. Kejip
rem vali: e:: kknt.
Sly two story residence on West
street oppooito Dr. J. Tristram.
Possession given. J11I3- lt.
Majob J. B. Vixsox called at the
Baxxeb office on Saturday and ex-
Hbitetl.aiSpScimen of fine strawber-
r nis motners place
juego. They were from
Capt. E. L. TJpsuaw who was ap
pointed from this county as Indian
agent at Tongue Eiver Slontana bv
President Cleveland was reported
killed by Indians in an uprising a
few days ago. A dispatch from
Washington in Saturday's Galveston
News contradicts the report.
For Plum Pudding Clarko &
Combs Fruit Jams Jumbles Golden
Crown Preserved Cocanut Grated
and Sliced Pino Apple Aspargus
and Boston Baked Beans. Go to
Sloa:?&; Hodde "
At the regular meeting of the
Connor Hose company on Friday
evening the invitation to attend the
fourth of July celebration at the
Germania was accepted aud it was
decided to attend in a body. A. 31.
Krug I. P. Simmons and Jake
Simon were elected delegates to the
nieeting to elect a fire chief and as
sistant on the 23rd instant.
Gumbo Fille and Lunie Powders.
Delicious for Dressing. &c
Jacobs & Eldridge.
Among the patents just granted
according to the Galveston News re-
port from Washington is one to Sir.
Albert Wilhelm of this city on a
Eussian Cavrai Olives Capers
Celery Sauce Aspargras Grated
and Sliced Pineapple Olive Oil
Citron Eaisins. Salmon Steaks. Bone-
WO mftntllS frmtvtU 'inRC Sfivdinfic -aw1inaa in T1.
IJecnt io the major's ; Sauce Luncheon Beef.
won. Jacob i: Eldridhe.
V.'antctl 1000 Boarders.
Sleals from 10 to 12 each day.
W. H. SIuept.
It stands tho test Chieksn Pow-
der in tin cans put up by C. F.
Jensen & Co.. Burton Texas
makes hens lay prevents and cures
all diseases truaranteeu2o cents
If the census takers had just
waited until fail they would find
plenty of work to do in Brenham.
Two Doctors Failed.
Sir. E. K. Greenless Eandall
Ark. writes: No prescription
ever effected more than a tem-
porary suppression of the chills on
mysel;. 1 was told to try your
Hughes' tonic; concluded to give
it a trial. One bottle made a com-
Prepared by E. A. Eobmson & Co.
Wholesale Druggists Louisville
Ky. Sold by Druggists.
Will Fortcxe and John Ander-
son the two colored gentlemen who
were engaged in a cutting scrape
down in Camptown a few nights
ago were airaigned before Justice
Curry on Friday and were fined. In
default of payment they were
lodged iu the county jail.
Save your Animal Givo Jen-
sen's Bots and Colic Specific
roic SALK on BUNT
I offer my residence on North
Slarket street adjoining Baptist
church lot for sale or rent.' The
uouse nas six rooms well and cis-
tern nice yard and garden spot
also stable and lot. Apply to
SIrs. E. A. Basse.
You can have your pictures en-
larged and put iu a handsome frame
8x10 for $195 by calling ou or ad-
dressing E. F. Baukin Bvxxee
office Brenham Texas.
Oo;s! Corn J I
10 car loads of White sacked Kan-
2 car loads Short Clear Bacon.
4: car loads of ilour.
Just received and for sale by
Just "received two car loads li-
quors consisting of-Brandies iiins.
Blaekbery Brandy French Cog
nac wniskey all grades in bar-
rels halt barrels and 10 and 5 gal-
lon kogi. Also all imported
Wines Liobfrauonmilch Eoval
Schwarzbergcr Brauncburg Aus
bruch Nodbaussor ZiltinKor &c.
Zwetchenwaucr Eudolph Bader
Danzig Bitters Peacock Gin J
A. Gilka Schutzcn strasso No. 9
Barlin and all imported and
Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
Syrup at Kiber's.
Liquors ! Liquors !
Just received one car loud liquors
consisting ot Alcohol brandy gin
blackberry brandy whiskey all
grades in barrels halt barrels
and iu b and 10 gallon kegs.
Wholesale Liqnor Dealer.
Merchant's Exchange Saloon.
noicu ana renowned all over the
State of Texas for Pure Old Straight
Whiskey Wines of all kinds and Ci
gars Primo Buffo. Shall bo happy
to seo you when in Brenham to test
the superior quality of my Whiskey
and truth of this assertifn
W. H. SIuRrny.
Southeast cor. Courthouse Square. jnt Kiber's.
Little Sliss Slamie Slurphy is the
little girl who waved the Bonnie
Blue Flag at the flag drill at the
opera house and not Sir. Franklin's
little girl at reported.
Nothing better than C. F. Jen
sen & Co.'s Condition Powders lor
Horses and Slules affected with
worms grease swellod legs
coughs aud infienza In tin cans
The people of Caldwell will have
a hanging bee on the 27th instant.
That is the date set for the execution
of the nagro wife murderer.
Get your Horses and Slules in
good shape by using Jensen's Con-
Oxe little partition suit was filed
in the district clerk's office 'on
Thursday which was the first since
Save your Chickens by feeding
them Jensen's Chicken Powder.
WT. W. Searct Esq. has been in
vited to deliver the fourth of July
oration at the Germania park. There
7ill not be an oration m German.
I will givo SIO reward for the
"Brenham Banner" ior the year.-
of 1S70 1872 and 1874 from June
1st till Dec 31st of each year
J. G. Davidson
Pub. Herald Plainview Texas.
Work is progressing again out at
the gas wells in the Greenvme
The vanduls are still at work and
tho beautiful stained glass windows
at Giddings Slemorial church are
now nearlv riddled.
"Jlanitou" Soda Water is not doctored
.-tuti". It is bottled absolutely natural. H.
Fisher Agent ISrenham Tca. Samples
at the fourth oi
will bo a sight
GRtrE Juice Soda a delicious drink
Which ran from $2.00 to $3.50. Yonr choice for 1.50
Embroideries. - :f
Our 10 cent Embroidery for 5 cents. "
" 20 " " 10 cents.
" 25 12 12cts.
" 35 " " "15 cents
24 Inch Elouncing for 27 1-2 cents.
42 Inch JTlonncing for 42 1-2 cents.
42 Inch Hemstitch Plonrjoing for 95 cents. And. 1.25
for the best.
The Celebrated Krippendori Dittmari & Go.
Our S2 Shoes for si.75.
Our S2.75 Shoes for !!!!!!!! "s2!o5.
Our 83 Shoes for !!!!!"!" issiso!
Our 34 Hand sewed French Kid tor 753.25.-
OUR OXFORD TIES-
Our 82 gi.Go
Our 32.50 si.gn
Onr S3 32.40
Our S3.50 .S2.75
Our S4 '"!!!!!""" !"s3!io
Othor makes of .Ladies Shoes and Ties from 50c to S1.25. The best.
Our Extra Stock' or ITens Suits from 10 to Sl3 per
suit. Suits Avhich are worth from 15 to S22.50.
Pants from 75 cents to $3.50. The best.
Your choice in figured striped and plain Ginghams for
S cents per yard.
Of all shades and colors in Uibbon which we propose to accept yonr
All of our Prints and Challisat 5 cents per yard.
Our stock must be reduced inside of THIRTY DAYS. So therefore
call on us as prices will bo no object.
OUR WHITE LAWNS. .
10c lawns at 7c
12 l-2c lawns at .:.0o
15c lawns at 10c
20c lawns at 15a
25c lawn at .' '. . .-.17 l-2c
Our Cross Bars
Our 10c cross bars for 7c
Onr 12 l-2c cros3 bars for .9c
Our 15c cross bars for 10c
Our 20c cross bars for lGc
Our 25c cross bars for 17 I-2c
An excellent line of Tabic Cloth in lied and White threo yards long
wnicn wo oougns in ajoo ana win close out al less man
An elegantMino ot Towels and Toweling Bed Spreads and Napkins at
The prices which wo offer our goods our iriends and customers "will
take notico tnat it is strictly ior cash.
Will do wellto call on us as we have some Jobs on handjwhichvre can
offer to them below manufacturers cost.
us Is 1
As we must unload onr Immense Stock so' therefore we concluded to
give our friends and customers the bene'fit-by offering Our Stock
at and below COST for the limited time so call and get
your prices as wo must sollthef;ood.
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