Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 52, Ed. 1, Thursday, December 31, 1891 Page: 7 of 8
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c Saturday was a beautiful winter
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day for the adjacent fields hunting.
" True everybody was a little full
Christmas but then it comes
Auctioneer McDonald disposed of
a number of old horses before the
-court house Thursday.
Harbisons' Famous band was out
serenading Thursday evening: and
discoursed some exceent music.
There is to be a big dance at the
residence of Capt. T. C. Clay near
K Independence during the holidays.
Messrs. Paul Eichard and Tom
vRivers who have been off attending
t school are at home for the holidays.
Frank Martin on a charge of dis-
turbing the "peace was tried before
Justice Curry and fined SI and
Stephen Williams and Francis
Martin 'colored were married in
the court house Thursday by Jus-
Silvia Williams on a charge of
disturbing the peace was fined SI
and cost in Justice Curry's court
A little German girl died of
measles near Eosedale Wednesday;
it is learned that there are several
cases in the country.
Brenham ought to have the Santa
Fe machine shops and round houses
and doubtless could eet them if the
proper efforts were made.
It is learned that there was a
"scrap" near the Santa Fe depot
Wednesday night caused from too
much Christmas celebration.
Mr. Frank McIntyre was right
seriously hurt Christmas day by the
explosion of a cannon fire cracker
.accidently thrown between his legs.
Christmas passed off quietly in
Brenham without any serious diffi-
culty and notwithstanding the vast
amount of fire works exploded with-
out a fire.
Constable W. B. Crockett brought
here and incarcerated in the county
I jail Saturday Jno. Malone on a
charge of burglary committed last
In the Mayor's court Thursday
Jeff Cole went over the bridge of
sighs on the charge of disturbing
the peace at the minimum fine of
1 and cost.
Me. W. H. Campbebl and two
daughters Misses Mattie and Dora
of Chappell Hill are here on a visit
to relatives' the guests of the family
of J. D. Campbell Esq.
Jno. Jones was arrested Saturday
charged with breaking into A. A.
Whoeler's barroom Friday night and
burglarizing the money register ap-
propriating a lot of red liquor lard
Quite a number of Caldwell peo-
ple spent Christmas in Brenham
among whom were noticed Messrs.
Jno. W. Hoffmann and wife Val
Herbst and wife and Jno. Wind-housen.
At Messrs. Schuerenburg Bros.
shop Thursday evening Louis
Schafer cut Paul Bayer in the
shoulder arm and thumb none of
the wounds however being dan-
gerous. About 7 o'clock Thursday evening
the stables of Mr. Henry Eosenbaum
six miles west of Brenham in the
Zionsville neighborhood was con-
sumed by fire. As far as could be
learned there was no insurance.
Giddings Tex. Dec. 24. Hon.
W- W. Searcy was in the city Tues
day on business.
Mr. Levin editor of the Eockdale
Messenger stopped over in the city
A negro knocked a white man in
the head with a billiard cue Tues-
day. The white man a railroader
cursed the negro whose name was
Lewis when the latter struck the
former with a loaded billiard cue
breaking it into three pieces and
killing the white man for several
hours but he finally rallied and is
Wm. Amthor formerly of Wash
ington county and S. S. Wilbon and
the Graham brothers all of Mc
Gregor came down home and to-
gether with 0. S. Wilson and C. E.
Wilson went over to Wimberly lake
hunting and remained fire days.
They killed five deer forty ducks
and squirrels too numerous to
count. There is some fine sport in
this countj- yet and Charlie Wilson
knows how to "get there."
Wishing The Banner "force a
merry Christmas I am.
Marriage Near Barton.
At the residence of the brides
parents four miles north of Burton
Thursday night last Mr. Frank
Derrick was united in marriage to
Miss Annie Blask Eev. Wm. Bowers
officiating. There was a large num
ber of relatives and friends of the
contracting parties present to wit-
ness the ceremony after which an
elegant wedding supper was served
and the handsome couple received
congratulations. The presents were
numerous and costly. The Banner
joins their many friends in extending
congratulations and wishes for them
a long life of prosperity and happiness.
Tho Huber Assignment.
A deed of assignment was filed in
the county clerks office Friday night
by Mr P. Huber proprietor of Hu-
bers Bazar on the corner of Ant and
Sandy street naming a list of 50
creditors in the order he desires them
paid the aggregate indebtedness
amounting to S4000. The assets
so the Banner is informod by Mr.
Huber will amount to 85000.
What is Brenham going to con-
tribute towards the World's fair
fund? Don't all speak at once.
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 Podwer and Dynamite in the shape of Way Down Prices and they
are sure to catch the Eagle for their guns are strong and sure to hit the mark in the way of a
large and well selected stock of
tads Notions lierj fats' Furnishing Us Cling lots
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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 juat 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.
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AND HO MONEY.
AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED
One million feet Eough Lumber Half million feet Dressed
Lumber such as Plooring Ceiling Weatherboards Casing.
ONE MILLION HEART CYPRESS SHINGLES
II9IS CSMSNT BRICK
Wagons Wire Stalk Cutters Cypress CLterns Buckeye
Mowers Windows Doors Balustrade and Pickets. This
Stock will be sold close. Give me a trial. Eree delivery.
It was reported that in a diffi-
culty at Independence Thursday
one man shot another with a Boman
candle and was then severely cut by
the man he shot.
The Santa Fe saloon has been do
ing a rusning business tins week
ana iur. vrm. iamumannis corres-
pondingly happy. The railroad men
all know and t ade with him.
The Brenham Light Guard are
making arrangements for a grand
masquerade ball here at an early
day the committee having almost de-
cided on January the 8th as the time
for it. A costumer will be here and
arrangements will be made to make
it the entertainment of the season.
Fall and Winter Goods!
We have now in Stock an elegant line of Dress
Goods in all the new styles of Wool Eabrics with
trimmings to match.
LARGE LINE OF MEN'S YOUTHS AND CHILDREN 0L0THIN6.
Stetson Hats all shapes
makes of Corsets.
C. P. and other popular
Lone Star Keg and Bottled Beer-
SEED OlTS ETC.
Country Produce bought at Highest Cash Prices. -- All orders given prompt attention
KEG oh BOTTLE BEER
FKEE DELIVEItr IX CITY.
R- E2. LTJHjST
Our Liae of Carpets is ITow Complete.
Have just received a large shipment of the popular
John Kelly Ladies Misses find Children Shoes.
The four handsome dolls offered
as prizes to the four most popular
little girls to be determined by vote
wmch were awarded Christmas morn
ing to by Messrs. A. & H. Harrison
to Misses Ella Stickert Katie El-
dridge Elenor Dorwin and Lucile
Sheally were appropriately named
with the mottoes of the enterprising
firm that inauguarated the contest
"Enterprise Energy Perseverance
Ox south North street Christmas
day Tom Lewis and Walter Mason
who too long had wooed the cup
that cheers until inebriated pro-
ceeded to pound each other a la Sul-
livan and Kilrain Mason well repre-
senting Klllrain as he was knocked
down by his antagonist and pounded
in great shape every time he turned
to get up or moved. In addition to
the pounding" he received several
severe kicks dust alter tue con-
clusion of this scrap Mason not
satisfied with the whipping he had
received raised a difficulty while
his blood was up with a yellow negro
whose name was not learned and
got the worst of it recoiving a severe
blow on the head with the jaws of a
We Have Tried all the Cures
But have foand nothing equnl to Jensen's Bots
and Colic Specific. It la the best lots and Colic
Itemed? on recoid. C. V. Kkddick
Manager of Ellis & Sons Plantation
At J. Tristram fort Bend County Texas
Get Jensen's Condition Powders
They are the best to be had. Not n cheap
mixture but pure medicine. Cures Itch I
ix.uii. utoot unuicu ijcjja uujllb J-15-
temper ana will expel worms. 25 cents a
box. Guaranteed or money refunded. At
Jos. Tristram's Drug Store Brenham.
Me. Frank Bkoesche who was so
seriously cut near Burton a short
time since by Eeb McNelly is fast
recovering and is now able to be up.
It is said that what saved his life is
the fact that he had on a slicker
with the collar turned up and the
knife spent its force in cutting
through it in two places.
The Banner is under obligations
to Messrs. F. Kiber and his affable
hustler Mr.L. Z. Harrison for sam
ple boxes of the excellent confec-
tionanes of which they have sold
car loads this season and the kids
ot the proprietor and the reporter
will unitel in wishing the factory
MALN ST.REET BRENHAM
Staple Dris Fine Chemicals Patent Micines
Finest Perfumery and Toilet Soaps Combs Hair KTail
and Tooth Brushes in Endlesa Variety.
Physicians prescriptions always receive prompt attention and will be filled with tho
utmost care at any time day or night. In medicines quality is of the first importanc
The beet is the cheapest.
Sant a F SalooiL
Finest Liquors Wines and Cigars
Universal regret was expressed
here Thursday at the news of the
serious illness of Hon. E. Q. Mills
and telegrams of inquiry were sent
to Washington asking how he was?
His many friends here are deeply
solicitous for him and will join the
Banner in indulging the hope that
ho is not so ill as was reported.
Later. A private tele cram last
night stated that he was much improved.
Jensen's Bots and Cholera Specific.
"During the Spring and Summerof ISsa I lost
iumu .wm uvw uuu uiiL. auei njtuf ail U1V
ounis aim many oiner remedies. In 1SS9 1 com-
menced tialnc the Bote anil Colic Sner.iflc nut nn
by C- F.Jensen A Co. Burton Texas and have
ntlott a single animal since It is the test Bots
and Colic Medicine in the world.
B J. ItAN-OM Harlem Plantation
At J Tristram Fort Bend County Texas
fhe Main st. Furniture Boy!
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Cold fresh Boer always on tap. .Responsible for all baggage or
valuables left in my care.
J-Lnnch at all hours. Special attention given to propaun"
lunch for travelers.
Brenham Teias. WM. HAMELMAM Proprietor.
WHOLESALE AND XKTAlL DEALBX Ct
Furniture and Carpets
13tt.33JSTC. A TVT
E. Pitschman has an elegant and carefully seloctod stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS. TOYS CONFECTIONERY. STATIONERY and FANCY GOODS
Do not lay out a dollar until you havo seen his stock.
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE.
On October 7 at Arthur City
Sam Morris a bar-keeper and Billy
Caston a deputy sheriff were mur-
dered. Tom Johnson Tom Beatty
Sam Buirell and Jeff Sholes four
negroes havo been arrested at Paris
charged with the murders. The
only object was to get some alcohol
without paying for it. According
to partial confessions the shooting
was dono by Johnson Burroll and
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER
IDealer iaa. ClaOCSS
WATCHES JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE
FI7 FOR EVERYBODY. THIs
BEjT "DIAMANTA GLASSES
FOB THE EYES. ;B Best attention given; o all 'Repairing
Watches Jowelry. Clocks and Regulators
Woik and Goods Guaranteed. West side Court House Souare. ERENHAM. TEXa
HERE I AM AGAIN!
Of all kinds
BRAN. HAY AN
MVFarlor Sets Chamber Sets House Furnishing Goods.
CARPETINQ OIL CLOTHS MATTIIG
HIRRORS MATTRESSES FURBITURE POLISH.
We are prepared to furnish your house from top to bottom at short notice. Carpet
sewed and put d--n. Call and see us. Goods delivered in the city FREE.
SOUTH SIDE OP fc-Utii.IIJ 80EIA3B SREiSHAM. TESiS
WHOLESALE AND KETAUi DEALER IN
Western and Texas Produce
Imported and Domostio
WINES LIQUORS OIGABS TOBAOOO
Delicacies Candies. Preserved Vegetables Emits Meal
Eish Pickles Canned Eruit liTuts etc
SoI& &gent of ArLhauaor'a Celebrated St. Xiocia Beer
S ICE IN QUANTITIES AT LOWEST RATES -a
BLowcst wholesale prices to tho trade. Pays tho highest market
or Cotton and other produce
Cheap as any and good as the best
He Brentam WeeBy Banner aifl Be Houston Sni-f eetly Post
Sent one year to one address for 2.50 cash.
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