Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 24, 1891 Page: 13 of 14
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Chbibtmab turkeys are nlentiful.
Yeey little cotton is being market
ed here now.
The roads are
still reported in
"Work on the Baptist church is
Bobx to Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Wallace
Thursday night a fine girl.
Some improvements are being
made on the Episcopal church.
The Colored Christian "Worker's
Institute is still in session at Mt.
Bose Baptist church.
Thuksday night at Soinmerrille a
man had his foot run over and mash
ed so badly that amputation was
In Justice Curry's court Thursday
"Willis Mclntyre on a charge of dis-
turbing the peace was fined includ-
xing cost $14.25.
The Basses can do your job
work as neatly and expeditiously as
you can pet it done any where.
Send it in to-day.
Mb. Bodolph Koch has on exhibi-
tion at Kollmey's furniture a chair
and hat rack made of horns which
are unique and handsome.
In Justice Curry's office Thursday
morning. Abram Jones and Minnie
Campbell a' loving couple of dusky
hue were united in marriage.
The show windows present such
an attraction for the little ones that
it is with difficulty that a child can be
escorted around the business por-
tion of the city.
So many people are rushing from
one place to another to visit their
old homes relatives friends etc.
that railroad travel is heavy and
but little work will be dono until
after the holidays.
The pretty weather of Friday
brought in a great many country
people and Christmas goods went
out by the wagon load. It is hoped
that such weather will prevail during
A telegram from the Edison elec-
tric Company representative that
was to have been here early this
week announces that he has been
unavoidably delayed in his coming a
few days but would be here in a few
John King and Geo. "Wallace two
of the parties implicated in the row
at the Kirk place some time since.
in which Fritz Schmidt was cut sur
rendered to the authorities and gave
bond in the sum of 8100 each for
Four of the bums that have been
hanging around here for the past
few days have been arrested. Two
of tbem were run in late Thursday
evening by Marshal Swain. The po-
lice have instructions to arrest
every one of them as they are
found. A determined effort will be
made to rid the city of the gang
which is one of the toughest that
ever struck here. It is believed
that they are here for no good and
that their room will be more accept-
able than their company.
Mb. T. A. Holland who for the
past few months has been in the
photograph business at Wharton is
at home to spend the holidays and
is warmly welcomed by his many
friends among the young folks. But
"Tom" as he is familiarly called here
has made many friends in his new
home and on the eve of his departure
was tendered an elegant reception
and a full dress ball given in his
Wednesday night Policeman John
Lockett arrested and locked up Joe
Bradford a bum who has been
around here only a few days for the
theft of three lamps taken from Hu-
ber's bazar Wednesday evening.
The thief had no earthly use for the
lamps as evidenced by the fact that
before he was captured he had given
two of them away but perhaps just
stole tbem because the opportunity
presented itself being such a consti-
tuted thief that he would perhaps
steal anything he could carry and
that wasn't nailed.
Wednesday night an unknown
white man a crippled mendicant
who has been "doing the city" with
his right arm in a sling was found
trying to pick the lock at the back
door of Messrs. Haubelt Bros store
Mr. Frank Haubelt made the dis
covery and throwing a sis-shooter
down on the burglar held him until
the Police wbi&tle was answered by
Policeman P A. Henderson who
took him in charge and after con-
siderable resistance and much pro-
fanity and abuse from the man
landed him in the lock up and
Thursday morning made complaint
against him for burglary.
We Have Tried all the Cures
it bS7f found cothlnsr eaunt to Jensen's Bota
B.dC.llaSDeciac. Itis thrifc-st BcMHtMolic
tmedy onrerordvy- fll.lllli
A GHASTLY DISCOVBKT.
Safe Asburry an old colored
man came in about 7 o'clock Thurs
day night and reported to tne au-
thorities that at i o'clock while look-
ingfor his cowsin Mr. J. B. Brophy's
pasture three miles west of this city
he had made the frightful discovery
of a deud white woman lying beside
an unfrequented road through the
pasture. He hastened from the spot
and reported th e matter to some of
his neighbors n one of whom could
identify her whe.a they were piloted
to the place whiiro she was found
The old man was sent here at once
for an officer that an inquest might
be held but Just ice Curry was out
of town and Judg'e Kirk was at his
room sick consequently at a late
hour no one had been found who
was authorized to hold an inquest.
The case is a s trange one men
who were raised in the comunity did
not know the woman and the fact
of her being old r enders it all the
more strange that an old woman
should have been n imbling through
there far away from home or friends.
No inquiry has bee n heard of any
woman missing in t he county all of
which thickens the m ystery.
ACTING good sa makitans.
Among the num erous passen-
gers in the wreck on the Santa Jfe
above here Tuesday i Horning was a
number of ladies and c '.htldren all of
whom were brought tc t the city and
left at the union de pot some of
them unable to purcb lase the com-
forts necessary to sta y off hunger
but the good samarit ans of Bren-
ham thought of them at noon and
those who were down i tbout the de-
pot might have seen 3 fr. and Mrs.
Hugh Miller and Miss Buth Clem-
mons bearing: them a s teaming hot
dinner which was servec I in the wait'
ing room without mon ey and with
out price save the con: jciousness to
these kind and though tful people
that they had done as they would
like to have been done b' t under sim
ilar circumstances and ' yould have
perhaps recalled the foL" lowing line3
from Mrs. Hale :
"As the rivers farthest flowii lg
In the highest hills have bi rth;
As the banyan broadest gro wing
Oftenest bows its head to e arth
So the noblest minds press inward
Channels far of good to tra ce;
So the largest hearts bend d jwnward.
Circling all the human race. "
The nomandic cosmop olites the
friendless man at whose di nected ap
pearance the unfeeling pn )ud passes
unheedinglv by the r( amers of
penury's barren path scor ned by the
world or as they are comi nonly call
ed the tramps pressed by their
wants have been flocking: into Bren-
ham in such great nunibt 3rs during
the past few days as to alarm the
city authorities as to w hat to do
Eight of them were la nguiehing
in the city prison Friday and Mar-
shal Swain at a late hour was unde-
cided what to do with the m.
An incoming train Thur: sday night
dropped half a dozen mori 3 here and
a number are skulking o' a the out-
skirts. There is no city vork they
are a dead expense to t he city to
keep them imprisoned an 1 if turned
nut they are liable to com .mitt some
depredation before they leave and
hence the quandary. T he result
will probably be that th ey will be
escorted under guard to t' ae edge of
the city limits and given a good start
towards the next town.
Get Jensen's Condition Fo vders
They are the best to be had. Not a cheap
mixture but pure medicine. Cures Itch
Mange Grease Swelled Legs Coughs Dis-
temper aDd will expel worms. 25 cents a
box. Guaranteed or money n funded. At
Tos. Tristram's Drug Store Br enham.
Colored Christian TVorkdrg Institute.
The Washington County Christian
Workers Institute met af i Mt. Bose
colored church Thursday night and
will remain in session un al Sunday.
The object of the me ating is to
learn to do more and be tter chris-
tian work and to gather Baptist his-
tory with facts and figu res and to
discuss an innumerable . number of
Every church and mis sionary so-
ciety in Washington coi mty is ex-
pected to have two messe ngers here
with prepared essays and money for
missions and to pay e. tpensoii of
printiing minutes etc.
Jensen's Bots and Cholera Specific.
"IUiring the Spring and Sumnic irofloaS I lost
7 mules from Iloti anil Colic alter trylns all the
Cukes ami many other remedies. In JStSi I com-
menceil using the Bots and Colic S jwclflc put up
by C 1". Jensen & Co. Burton Trsa and have
n it 'o-t a finale animal since Uistfce best Bots
and Colic Medicine in the world.
B J. BANfeOM llarleml'lantation.
At J Tristram. Fort Bend Co unty Texa3
AND AT THE LOW PRICE OF COTTON IS HARD TO CATCH
And whoever turns him loose makes him stretch out his wings in order to cover the wants o
the owner. Now the best place to do this is at
Brockschmidt & Hohlt.
They have a World of Explosive Matter. Blasting Powder and Dynamite in the shape of Way Down Prices and they
are sure to catcli tnc JHJagie tor tneir guns are strong ana sure to hit tne mark in the way of a
large and well selected stock of
Dry Cools Notions Milinery
n l f
fiiif Goods flolk 800
SHOES AND HATS ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY.'
A fine stock of Groceries Country Produce Pine Lamps Glass and Crockery Ware. It wants to be seen to be
appreciated. Come and give us a trial for you are just the one we want to see and should you turn your eagle loose at
our place you will have the satisfaction that it has laid a big egg for you which we trust will be a nest egg to be
followed by many more.
WE DO NOT RUN A HOTEL
But we will suggest this Bill of Faro lor the ladies of Brcnham
in order to save them time and troublo to get their Thanks
giving Christmas and New Year dinners ready. All goods
mentioned below can bo had at our store and same wo guarantee
fresh and nev and just armed.
t MENU Jh
Vegetables Tomatoes Corn Okta Gumbo; Mock; Turtle.
Mackerel White Fish
with a la Tomato Sauce.
Potted Corn Beef Potted Lunch Beef Potted Mutton Potted Ham.
Broiled Sweetbreads. Kidney with Tomato Sauce.
Potted Turkey Cranberry Sauce Potted Quail
Cabbage Corn Green Corn Tomatoes.
Stewed Tomatoes Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes
Onions. Okra Green Peas French; Bice Hominy Beans Peas.
SAUCE FOlt MEATS.
"Worcestershire Sauce Celery Sauce. Chili Sauce Olin Sauce
Pepper Sauce Tomato Catsup.
Olives Pickles Chow-chow Mangoes Pickles Mustard Macaroni
Pigs Feet Sauer Kraut.
PIES AND 1'ASTItV.
Faff Paste Silver Pie Jelly Custard Cocoanut Pudding Mince Pie
Kiss Pudding Plum Pudding Corn Starch Pudding
Topicoa Pudding. Chocolate.
Fruitcake Rich Fruit Pecan Fruit White Loaf Fruit Snow Cake
Sponge Cake Ginecr Cake Ginger Cookies.
Angels' Food Lady Fingers.
Blackberry Wine Sherry Wine Catawba Wine White Wine.
Lemon Ice Italian Cream Gelatine Ice.
Coffee Tea Brick Cheese Cream Cheese Swiss Cheese.
Nuts Raisins Candy.
PLENTY OF LUMBER
AND NO MONEY.
One million feet Kough Lumber Halt million feet Dressed
Lumber such as Plooring Ceiling Weatherboards Casing.
ONE MILLION HEART CYPRESS SHINGLES
HM3 CEMEETT BHICS
Vagons Wire Stalk Cutters Cypress Okterns Bucteye
Mowers Windows Doors Balustrade and Picuets. This
Stock will be sold close. Give me a trial. Eree delivery.
"Wagons Buggies Carriages Plows
exactly how much your dinner will
IS AN" ITEM TO HEMEMBBE.
Th Ladies' Grocers.
fhe Main st. Furniture Boy!
HOLIDAY GOODS EXPOSBTIOS
Assignee for Charles Zurcher.
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER
HDealer iaa. CLOCKS
WATCHES JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE
SvarrrlAcl F17 F0B EVEBTBODY. THK
p6UXaCIS; bfvt "diamaota glasses
FOR THE EXES. J- Best attention given! o all .'iCepairing
Watches Jewelry. Clocks and Regulators
Woik and Good Guaranteed West side Court EoUBe Sanaxe. EEEKHAM. TB rJ
The couple that were to have
married at the Baptist church last
Sunday but were preven ted on ac-
count of the exceeding inclemency
of tho weather which prevented
Rev. E. Ward from turning out
were married at the homo of tho
bride near Gay Hill Thursday even-
ing bj' Justice Curry at 7 o'clock p.
m. after which an elegant reception
was tendered thorn at which there
were a number of relatives and in-
vited guest friends of tho contract-
ing parties who extended congratu-
lations and bid the couple God speed
on the happy voyage on which they
The Bronham Weekly Banxeb and
Texas Farm and Ranch one year for
DOTiTiS 1 dolls: bolls:
lojsof all klmls la endlss variety Fancy Goods and Fine ChrUtmas I'reeents Album
Aiuograpns scrap uooks unristmas urns vases. Fancy Cups and Saucers
Cllolm Zithers Mualc Coves Unorder Harmonicas etc. Fancy Candles. "Fruits Nuu Christ
mas Tree Ornaments etc.
EVERY THING AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES
P. HUBER & CO. Southeast Corner Court Houso Square.
MALN STBEET BBBNHAM
Staple Dim Fine Ctaricals Patent Meiicines
Finest Perfumer? and Toilet Soaps Oombs Sair SKTail
and Sooth Brushes in Endless Variety.
Physicians prescriptions always reueive prompt attention and will be filled with the
utmost care at anv time dar or night. In medicines quality is of the first import mc
The bodi is the cheapen
E. Pitschman has an elegant and carefully selected stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS. TOYS CONFECTIONERY. STATIONERY aM FANCY GOODS
Do not lay out a dollar until you havo seen his stock.
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE.
BHE1MHAM ..... TEXAS.
The Brenham WeeUy Banner M Tie Honston Semi-eefcly Post
Sent one year to one address for 2.50 cash.
OPBZtf DA? AltfD NIGHT
inest Liquors Wines and Cigars
ALWAYS ON HAND
Cold Fresh Beor always on tap. .Responsible for all baggage or
valuables left in my cave.
Sliunch at all hours. Special attention given to prepaiing
lunch lor travolors.
Brenhara Texas. AI. HAMELMAM. Prourietor.
WHOLESALE AND SBTAIL DEALEK IN
Furniture and Carpets
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MPrParlor Sots Chamber Sola Honao Furnishing Gooda.t
CASPBTIHS OIL CLOTHS HMIIH8
MIRRORS 32ATTRSSSBS JURHITURB POLISH.
Wo are prepared to faraiih your hous from top to bottom at tki
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