Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 14, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 2, 1891 Page: 3 of 8
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Postee predicts April frosts.
WeELBEFS WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Kerre.
David B. Hatwood and Bachael
Walker were married in the court
house Saturday Justice Curry offici-
ating. The grand jury adjourned at noon
Saturday to meet again Monday re
turning sir true bills two felonies
and four misdemeanors.
The gattling gun detachment of
thj Urenham iJield Artillery will
give an exhibition target shoot at
the park en tha occasion of the re-
union of the Texas veterans here on
Me. J. D. Ulemmoxs who for the
past six months has been taking a
course of medical lectures at the
loiusvple University returned Sat-
turday. He will return to take a
second course in September.
Is the western part of the city a
day or two ago a small house turned
over the blocks on the lower side
giving away under the weight of
two ladies who were on the
same side of it. Neither were
seriously hurl though considerably
Let every business man in town
take some stock in the oil mill. If
after it has run one season he does
not care or can not well spare the
money out of bis business he can
sell his stock at a nice premium and
$ WINE OF CARDUI a Tonic lor Women.
Elder Trapp of the A. M. E.
church headed a party of some
thirty colored people Saturday even-
ing who went down to Hempstead
where at 4 o'clock Battery A of the
41th St. John's of this city gave an
exhibition drill on the streets and
at night.presented their cantata St.
Evangeline in the court house.
That was a verdant youth at least
as regards law who having recently
been rejected in a suit which he
thought he had won in a courtship
long and ardent appealed to the
foreman of the jury to know if there
was not some remedy to make the
girl keep her promise. The grand
jury refused to take cognizance of
Task Kee who was to have com-
menced a week's engagement at the
Methodist church April the 1st is
quite sick at Flatonia and will be
unable to nil his appointment but
writes that he will be here as soon
as he has sufficiently recovered.
Parties holding tickets can have
their'money refunded or the tickets
will be good when he comes.
DO YOU Tf AXT PHOTOGRAPHS.
Por three weeks I have been con-
templating leaving the city and hate
so advertised but owing to the con-
tinued rush of business have neces-
sarily been detained and will be for
at least another week. If""during
that time you need any photographs
-call on me for my gallery will be
moved as soon as what work on
hand is finished. "W. T. "Walker.
McElreo't WINE OF CARDUI for female diieases.
Messes. Eeichabdt & Seelhorst
P. Krentzlin and Louis Grassmuck
Lave received and are now using the
National cash register. The repor-
ter examined the one at Mr. Grass-
muck's which is a full nickel plate
and ornamental as well as useful
saving as it does much book-keeping
registering the amount of each pur-
chase and adding the totals on each
Houston likeBrenham is infested
with a superabundance of gambling
hells and the Post in making war
upon the evil says; "The bunco
.steerer and the dive must go."
Our grand jury now in session
would do well to adopt this cause
and thin out the gambling dens in
Brenham. The minors should be
protected let the consequences be
what they may. Justice demands
that the charge of Judge Garrett in
reference to tbis matter be duly
considered by the grand jury.
The New Orleans Deutche-Zei-tuDg
of March 2Gth contains an arti-
cle from Brenham intended no doubt
to convey the intelligence of the
conviction of Lee Hughes for the
murder of his wife but by some un-
accountable transposition of names
it states instead that District Attor-
ney Beaureguard Bryan has been
convicted of murdering his wife and
had the death penalty assessed.
This is the first time we have no-
ticed such a mistake as the prosecu-
ting attorney being mistaken for the
prisoner whom he convicted and
while here Mr. Bryan is so well
known that the mistake is looked
upon as beintf sn -uprvinely ridicu
lous as to be k i0'h:il!e away from
here where the people have no
means of knowing the incorrectness
of the statement it becemes a seri
Pygmalion anit Galatea.
The above named play a my thilog-
ical comedy in threo actB will be
presented at the Grand Opera
house by the following cast of
characters Saturday night April 4th.
Pygmalion Jno. P. "Watson
Chrvsus... John Hoffmann
Lecippo E. P. Ciiny
Agesimos Jj. A. .Harrison
Mimos "Walter Beattie
Ornikii Hettie Harrison
Daphne Lizzie Dwyer
Myrine Nettie Estes
Galatea Nellie Garrett
Under the direction of Miss Julia
Lockett. Special attention has been
given to costumes and staging.
A unique badtre m the shape of a
handsome button-hole boquet is to
be presented to each of the old Texas
veterans on the occasion of their re
union here on April 21st the flowers
are to be pinned on by pretty young
Death of an Old Citizen.
At the residence of his son-in-law
Mr. Tan Hatton Saturday
evening at 4 p. m. Mr. K. Krug
yielded to the inevitable cycle of
the grim messenger Death. He was
71 years and three months of age
and for more than 30 years taught
school in the western part of the
county but pulseless now is the
hand that guided many youthful
feet in the pathway of duty and
hushed forever that voice that spoke
in kindness and counseled them only
in wisdom. He was the father of
District Clerk A. Krug has been a
citizen of this county for half a cen-
tury and was well and favorably
known "throughout the county in
which ho has many friends and rel-
atives who will learn with regret of
his death and join- the Baxser in ex-
tending their sympathy to the be-
Xo Molestation of the Park.
At a meeting of the Hook and
Ladder company Fiiday night the
company instructed their trustees to
not appropriate any of the Firemen's
Park for a public highway. The
new bridge across the branch be-
tween tho city and the Park recently
constructed suggested the proposi-
tion to convert part of tho park
into a public highway but the pro-
position will not be entertained for
a moment by the firemen. The
Firemen's Park is virtually a city
park and the only one that she has
which can be used by the public
generally was purchased through
the efforts of the fire department and
any effort on the part of any one to
cut it up into highways or appro-
priate any part of it for such pur-
poses will do s'trenuously opposed
by them and from the expressions
of the citizens their action in the
matter is indorsed.
SHEAKS .VXD SCISSORS.
We have on hand a grand stock
of the very finest and medium
grades of scissors and shears; all
goods sold under guarantee. Table
cuttlery. I. X. L Bogers and JCe-
liance pocket knives. Our president
and Fox brand Bazors and Stones
at low prices.
Beichardt & Seelhorst
Hardware Merchants and dealers
in paints oils and glass.
Having leased and taken ' posses-
sion of the Giesecke bakery on Sandy
street and had it thoroughly reno-
vated and stocked with fresh new
goods we ask a share of public
patronage. Fresh bread and cakes
every day. Fresh groceries and
family supplies always on hand.
Give us a call.
Schulze & Ambler.
Corn. Oats Rye Bran
Hay Bust Proof Texas Seed Oats
SeodBarley. All fresh goodp.
For Bext Near the courthouse
square house with six rooms well
and cistern horse lot garden and
large yard. Apply to
Something new ! Fruit-flavored
puddine Bremer's fine sugar wafers
and fresh cakes of all kinds. Nick-
ol's pure crushed oats just received.
Bottom prices for everything. Po-
lite attention and prompt delivery.
Eldridoe & Williams.
Manufactured from pure genuine
Mexican tobacco at the "Legal
We have a new and beautiful
stock of spring milliner' trimmed
and untrimmed hats in latest colors
and shapes for Easter; also new
style rushing gloves and veiliugs.
Our midsummer paterns are arriving
every week and at our ''Opeuing'' in
April can promise you the latest
and prettiest hats and novelties to
be had for midsummer. Will be
glad to have you call and see our
goods. Mrs. Pbesslet
Cheapest ! !
Yes not only are our shoes and
slippers tho cheapest but they are
tho best being the only entirely
new stock of shoes in Brenham.
Of course wo cannot enumerate our
immense stok. Here are a few of
tho many bargains wo offer :
Ladies elegant Oxford ties 75c
" Dongola button shoes hand sew'd $2.00
" " " " 1.76
Child's pebble " " spring heel 1 00
Our lino of men's fine hand-sew
ed medium-priced goods is the
largest in tho city. All goods
warranted. Eepairing aspecialty.
BREKHAM SHOE STORE
W. STUCKERT JR.
Old McBryar and old Forester
whiskey at O. K. Saloon.
A 5 cent package of Kiber's cough
drops will cure that hacKing cough
Delmonico and Puritan whiskey
at.O. K. Saloon.
An invoice of the celebrated Tidal
Wave Flour fresh Tongue and Pigs
J. H. Quebe.
Agexts for Chase & Sanburn's
genuine Mocha and Java rosted
Bivers & Hodde.
White Elephant and Tidal Wave
Flour at Bivers & Hodde.
Barrel pickles just received Dill
sweet and sour. FiLest olives in
the market; fine fat mackerel Huck-
Eldridge &. Williams.
Smoke Kiber's Hustle? Cigar.
He smokes this brand who never
And having tried it once comes
back for many more.
The best nickle cigar in the mar-
Eldbidge & Williams.
All persons indebted to the old
firm of Jacob & Eldridge will please
call and settle at once.
Eldridge & Williams.
Green Mountain maple syrup
Fiy's cocoa fruit jams and pre-
serves put up in glass and all
kinds of jellies.
Eldridge & Williams.
Old Puritan Whiskey a genuine
article at Santa Fe Saloon.
The best of everything at Bivers
& Hodde's. All goods guaranteed
as represented or money refuded.
Fair prices and best attention at the
one price store.
Imported Dill Pickles.
Imported Holland Herring.
Full Cream Cheese.
Fresh candies and fruits cocoa
Eldridge & Willluis.
Singers and Singers
All rejoice because Kiber's Cough
Drops strengthen the voice.
Thurber Wyland & Co.'s delica
cies dried fruits and preserves too
numerous to mention at
Bivers fc Hodde.
Caxxed goods a specialty at re
duced prices at Bivers & Hodde.
I have on hand for sale oats com.
bran and hay.
1 have also 1500 acres of land in
Washington Lee and Austin coun-
ties and $5000 worth of property
in the city of Brenham for sale.
len head of hoises five wagons.
two buggies and a lot of second
hand harness which is also for sale.
J. B. Kemp.
Whitaker Hams pure lard and
other hams at
Bivers & Hodde.
Extra fine coffee "Morniojr Glo
ry ' a delicious blend of high-grade
Eldridge & Willi uis.
The reason thousands cannot got cured of Special Private Chronle Diseases
Seminal Weakness Loss of Manhood. Gleet Vancociel and results of abuse
or excesses which nnnts men for marriage or life's duties is owing to com-
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Dr LlBniu'S Wondflrfnl Eflrman Inviomralnr the createet remedy for above.
power trial botUo sent Free
Liquors ! Liquors !
Just received one car load liquors
consisting of Alcohol brandy gin
blackberry brandy whiskey all
grades in barrels halt barrels
and in 5 and 10 gallon kegs.
Wholesale Liqnor Dealer.
lips! Lipors! Lipra
Just received two car loads li-
quors consisting of Brandies Gins
Blackbery Brandy French Cog-
nac Whiskey all grades in bar
rels hall barrels and 10 and 5 gal-
Wholesale Liquor Dealer.
Neudevene and Hominy flakes
Scotch oats cracked wheat at
Bivers & Hoddb.
Sexd to the Leading Grocery for
bcott's oats and pure sugar house
molasses. J. H. Quebe
next door to Giddings Bank.
I offer f or Eale my residence 1 1-2 miles
south of Brenham containing twenty-six
and forty-ninetieth acres; one-half in culti
vation balance in pasture garden and lot;
also horse buggy two cows with yearlings
chickers and some household furniture.
All parties holding claims against the Dr.
Clifford estate are requested to call at my
residence. Minna Clifford.
The firm of Jacob & Eldridge has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent. 31r.
M. J. Jacob retirine. Mr. Hoxie Williams
succeeding Mr. Jacob. The business will
be continued at tre old stand under the hrm
name of Eldridge & "Williams the new firm
assuming all liabilities and will collect all
outstanding accounts due the old firm.
W. H. Eldkidge
M. J. Jacob
Brenham Texas March 5 1S91.
J. L. AMMONS
Northeast Comer Public Scnare
Suits and garments made to order and
AT AGTUAL COST !
AU1 I. HO UCAU IUULJ UUVO vni-
moncing MONDAY MAECH 23
1891 1 offer my eniire stock
Er 4 V e j"- 4 hiwlrr rli- nAM.
IT ACTUAL COST
No reserve Sale applies to all
departments. Call examine roods
and getprices. I mean what I say.
EAST SIDE SQUAEE
Brenham ... Texas.
S TO r.i -EAj)x?jEj !
Having purchased the J. CMallison Shop
on Market street I ain now prepared to do
general repairing wood and. iron work
hnving a first-class blacksmith. All work
guaranteed. Wagon buggies and farming
implements for Sale. Give me ar trial.
. A. LLNDEMANN.
Hollow - G. ound Razors
Just received direct lrom Ham-
burg factory Europe. Everyone
is guaranteed as well in price as
quality. Same can be fxchange'
or money will bo refunded Knot
Knoop & tchawe
J. H. MSYE
Shackey tluildmg opposite Nat'l Bank
I am now sellinsr Groceries at as close fig
ures as any merchant in I'rtnr-am. Pay tbe
highest market unco for Lour try Pniduce.
Thankful for past favors I solicit a continu-
ation of the same. Free delh ery in city.
Fresh Beer always on Tap.
AMD 8PCCIAU.T BBZWEIi
"SELECT" BOTTLED BEEB.
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE GIVEN
C. HALENZA Agent Brennam Tex.
Office at tho Ice House.
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complaints. To proTO ltd
e hare now opened up oiir
stock which was
AMAGED by FIRE
and we offer same to the public
AT THEIR OWN PRICE
BOOTS SHOES HATS
Gents Furnishing Goods
Cloaks Jackets Flannels Silk
Laces Embroideries Etc.;!
which we offer to sell at
your own Figures.
We expect to sell out the en-
tire stock and in order to do so
we propose to take your own
NEW YORK STORE
COHEN BROS Prop'rs
EaslSi(lc Public- Spare
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