Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 51, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 24, 1891 Page: 14 of 14
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Strict Good Middling '7
Good Middling C
Strict Middling 6j
Strict Low Middling G
Low Middling 6
Market firm. Good demand.
To the Little Ones
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
Lone Star Keg and Bottled Beer.
La grippe is becomming quite pre-
valent in the city.
There was a lively runaway on the
public square about noon yesterday.
HePrn'i WINE OF CARDlHfor female dliaaiefc
Do what you can to make to
morrow a happy Christmas for somo
A good day for the sale of juvenile
hosiery for many will there be hang-
ing up to night.
The Knights of Pythias held an
important meeting last night haying
work'in the second rank.
The Christmas displays are bob-
bing up serenely all over town and
many of them are very pretty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Threadgiix
have returned from Galvaston and
Mr. T. is confined to his home with
Auctioneer McDonald disposed of
some old horses and new watches
at auction on court square yesterday
at satisfactory prices.
In the courthouse Wednesday Mr.
"W. Graf and Miss Emma Smith of
Austin county were married Justice
E. P. Curry officiating.
McELREPS WINE OF CAROUI for Weak Nerves.
The Christmas displays along the
public thoroughfares of the city are
beginning to loom up ana some 01
them are very handsome.
The Brenham Fire Department
have received an invitation to attend
a ball and supper Thursday night
December 31 1891 at Halletsville.
Tm children of the Methodist
Sunday School will have their
Christmas tree at the Giddiugs me
inorial church to-night and their
parents and friends are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Judge C. C. Garrett of the Court
of Appeals which has been in ses-
sion at Tyler is at home for the
holidays and nest week will leave
for Galveston where the next term
of the court will be held.
Mb. Duke one of the principals
in the recent fatal shooting affray at
New Philadelphia died on Tuesday
from his wound so a private letter
to a gentleman of this city says.
Duke was a former citizen of this
De. K. P. Tampin while returning
from a professional call in the coun-
try Wednesday night on horse back
had the mussle of his leg severely
cut by a barbed wire his horse shy-
ing and running up against a barbed
Messrs. Koef & Clemons unite
the public to call and see the excel-
lent display of meats at their market
to-day. It is one of the most excel-
lent displays ever made in Brenham
and was designed by V. A. Gillett
McElree's "Wine of Cardui
and THKDFOBD'S BLAOK DKAUGHT
are sold bv all Washington County dealers
To watch the beaming faces of the
little ones in anticipation of Christ-
mas makes the "children of a larger
growth involuntarily repeating "Turn
backward turn backwaad oh! time
in your flight and make me a child
once again just for to-night."
Fbask E. Burton the talented
youthful commedian appeared in
'Tom Sawyer" a dramatization of
Mark Twams famous story of that
name last night at the Grand Opera
House and was greeted by no largsr
audience than the play deserved.
Thekb was a good crowd in town
yesterday but the climax of the
Christmas trede is expected to be
reached to-day and most of last
night was spent by many of the
merchants in arranging tneir display
and straightning up from yesterday
Christmas tights opened up at C
o'clock Wednesday morning by some
parties who bad remained out so
late the night before that they met
themselves getting up yesterday
morning. They were mad and
loosers to begin with and on a very
slight provocation a pistol play was
made but the weapon was wrenched
from the hands of the would be
nhootest and he was taken in charge
by an officer and subsequently put
A Tine Beef
Mr. Fritz Fischer Yesterday killed
. . ; A . .-
for his market a beet steer that tip-
ped the beam at 2400 pounds perhaps
the larcest beef in the great cattle
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rday andwjjl .be. on
SEED OATS ETC.
Country Produce bought at Highest Cash Prices. -- All orders given prompt attention.
KEG ob BOTTLE BEER
PR OMJPTL IT FILLED
KEE DELIVERY IN CITY.
For Sale Cheap
Lot on Church street; also a five
room residonce corner Baber and
1rs. M. J. Mashik.
FKESH GRAHAM BREAD
Every Monday and Thursday at
At all hours day and night at
Santa Fk Saloon.
Best 5 cent Cigar in the city at the
Santa Pe Saloon.
Imp'd Magdeburgor Dill Pickles
Cheese all kind
1000 Kegs Holland Herring.
500 Kegs Domestic Herring
I have a large and well selected
stock of Holiday Goods at my Drug
Store on "West side of public square
formerly Dr. Rogers. I offer these
goods at cost. Call and examine.
R. E. Luhx
On the 1st of January 1892 we will
remove our stock of Goods into the
Connell building next door to E.
Gross' music store formerly occu-
pied by P. A. Eldridge.
Kxoop & Schawe.
Call on C. W. Hess.
and get your buggy harness at six
MIXED FAJSCY CA3DIES
Two pounds lor 25 cents.
W. a. fcjLDRIbUE
Notice of Dissolution.
The co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween Snell & Blackburn photographers has
been dissolved by mutual consent W. H.
Snell retiring and U. E. Blackburn continuing
the business at the old stand.
The senior desires to return thanks to the
public for their patronage in the past and
trusts that they will continue it with the junior.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
The entire stock of merchandise of Einge-
ner Bros & Co. ol Brenham Texas having
been transfered to the undereignad for the
benefit of their creditors the same will be
sold in quantities to suit purchaser? at and
below cost. Bex. S. Kooers
0. W. HEM.
Is the place to buy your cart
harness for six dollars.
Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls in
quantities to suit at
Beexham Oil Mill.
OYSTERS AND SEEDS
Are valuable for what's in 'em. Good and
bad oysters look alike in the shell. Good and
bad seeds often have the same appearance.
Any one can tell a worthless oyster on open-
ing it. 'The value of a seed must be deter-
mined by its growth. This makes its quality
worth considering. You want seeds that will
grow and you want the proauct to be of
value. You cannot insure either of these
things by mere inspection. There is but one
guarantee; the reliability of the firm from
which you buy. llial our adverti-ers
Messrs. U. M. Ferry & C". ol Detroit. Mich
' ar.: rnost reliable is attested by the act that
millions buy seeds from them year after year.
Thtir enormous business furnishes the highest
i proof of their relhbihty. Their Seed Annual
' for 1892 is a mcdel of its kmd-illustrattd
'descriptive priced. It contains information of
. nvnn .! tnnlsnt seeds.
gent free on application 10 the.fim's address!
For stock. One car load just
500 Barrels choice iust received
and for sale by H. FISHER.
Heart Shingles Windows Doors
Brick Lime and Cement
Genuine Gliddon Fence Wiro
Dr. D. C. WILLIAMS
Has opened a branch office at Rockdale
where he will regularly spend the week fol-
lowing the first Sunday in each month for
a change for health. "Those who wish his
services iieke will please make appoint
ments accuroiniy ior me otner tnree weeks
following the 2d 3d and 4th Sunday in each
SAMUEL J. STYLES
Attorney at - Law
BPrompt attention given to all business.
J. D. CAHFBELL. H. Z. PESSETOTOS
CAMPBELL & PENNINGTON.
HgUOfflce over Heber Stone's Bank.
Will practice in Washington and adioin-
mg counties. Abstracts of titles carefully'
J. L. AMMONS
Northeast Corner Public Souaro
Suits and garments made to order and
To the Public:
The slock of goods consisting of Gold and
Silverware Watches Diamonds and Jewel-
ry of every description conveyed to me
October 2 1891 as assignee of A. T.
Threadgill for the benefit of his creditors
is now on the market at cost for cash. This
stock must be and will be sold for cash and
at cost. This notice is not given to the pub-
lic as a catch for the purpose of raising a
lew neiueu uunart uui in goou iaun ana in
order to dispose of the entire stock and
settle as far as the proceeds will go
with the creditors of A. T. Threadgill. No
better opportunity will be offered the citi-
zens of Brenham to obtain Holiday presents
in this line at first cost and I asture every-
one that when I say "Cost" I meaa it.
Tnos. B. Botts
Notice to Creditors.
The State or Texas "I
County of Washington.
You are hereby notified that F. A El
dridge of the county of Washington on
the 23d day of November 1891 executed a
deed of assignment conveying to the under-
signed all of his property for the benefit of
such of his creditors as will consent to ac-
cept their proportionate sham of his estate
and discharge him Irom their respective
claims and that the undersigned accepted
said trust and has duly qualified as required
bv law. All creditors consenting to said
assignment mut within four months after
the pub'ieation of this notice make known
to the assignee their consent in writing and
within six months from the date ot this
notice file their claims as prescribed by law
with the undersigned who resides at Bren-
ham. Washington county. Texas which is
also his postoffice. . L. Sallet
Cures tie followtoi
tism Gout Old son
Ulears Pimples. Ec-
Fasal Catarrh En-
largement ot tha
Spleen and Lymph-
curlal affections. Sea
ly Affections of thi
Sldn Female Dlsor
dera Kidney Dl
eases and all dls
eases arising from
an Impure condition
ot the blood. It In-
vlcoratcs and bulldl
np the entire system
causing a lasting a
Saxet is pleasant ta
take and does not
color or damage the
teeth. 11 ccniRim
no mercury. arsenW
Prioe. 1 Per Bottle.
The Brenham Weekly Banner and
Texas Farm and Ranch one year for
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Four Elegant French Dolls Three Feet Tall
To be given away to the four children receiving
the most popular vote at "Our Store."
In our west window we have placed
Dolls which we propose to present to the four
receiving the largest vote
VOTES TO BE COUNTED DEC. 25.
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The annoyances and inconvenience which has been caused .us by envious and per-
plexed opposition shall not deter us .From improving our surroundings. That the people
want live energetic and progressive business houses has been demonstrated by the in-
creased patronage WE have received during the present year. .
Don't fail to- rat
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Our line of Boys5
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Is the largest and most complete line in the city
we are offering Perfect Fittiwig Shoes at Bar-
Oui line of Dry Goods Dress Goods Trimmings etc. admits
of no competition in price style or quantity. In this line we show
prices that are beyond question the lowest ever heard of.
-H Send for one of our Price Lists
No matter how large or small your purchase may be you should
not fail to call on us. To save money is an absolute necessity in these?
days of ' Tight Money." We undertake to do this for you. Our
patrons shall decide as
Votes free to all of
The votes will be counted on December 25.
The four children receiving the largest
number of votes will be entitled to the four '
Coupons for voting will be furnished to
our customers by our clerks and a strict
account will be made of all votes cast.
Now is Your Chance
To get a doll for your little one for nothing..
Get your friends interested every body has7
not got a little one and see that
Your Darling sets one of the Bolls.'
in mind that we have marked
the ilechanics who are to remodel our store which
we propose to make
s is In
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
LTHOUGrH we are selling
rar Clothing Department both in Men's and Boy's
Suits still we have a good lot for you to select from.
Don't fail to see ns Then you
Suitts 4 to 14 years is Very Alice.
mwm aid UuUi
to our success.
four beautiful French
most popular children
things down and
large quantities of goods in
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