Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1882 Page: 2 of 4
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Jl'SE 2$, 18*2.
While the court of appeils j - Helton has endorsed Jud-e
has, no doubt legally, knocked | A. II. Willie of Galveston for
the common sense indictment l^e supreme court.
bill in the head, the fact remains — Meal Irom new corn \s *
that the bill is a good one. The i ground at Lawhon'. mill near
' Elgin on the i;th inst.
ON ! —
HI K i NKIS J I.KTIJf.
AT PLEASANT IllLL,
Tuesday Evening, July 4th, 1882.
(i pptcureu wr the occasion. A
nvitatiun is cxlctifted In all who
huraclcns admitted Respectfully,
MMiimoii, iihi| |ta» |
rliitt* vx tien a<
\\ t now >»\ loll
injr <»no» il
Opening bids for the con
struction of the new capitol has
been postponed till July 6th.
Kx-Gov. Davis says he will
call the republican state con-
vention to meet at Austin in
about six weeks.
A i kkkibi.k storm visited
Findlay, III., the other night.
Three men were instantly killed
Ff.aks are entertained at Aus-
tin that the tariff question will
split the democracy of that con-
Tin. Austin Statesman of
Friday last publishes in full the
views of Major F. W. Cave on
the railroad question.
Nkbka.sk \ votes this tail on a
woman suffrage amendment to
the constitution, and the <jues-
tion i-. exciting great interest.
Tin Fort Worth Democrat*
Advance says the nomination
of Ireland would not arouse any
enthusiasm in the democracy
Tiir Kcv, Henry Ward Bccchcr
will deliver a Fourth of July
oration on "National Events,"
this year, at Lake Waldcn, Con-
11 is now generally conceded
that Ireland is out of the gub-
ernatorial race ; the friends of
Governor Roberts succeeded in
Gkn. J. li. Robkhtson has is-
sued a lengthy circular to the
voters of Texas in which he ar-
raigns the present state policy
and shows up its weak points,
A koi'i;m set of desperate
characters arc reported to be at
the end of the extension on the
Pecos river. A detachment of
state troops ha . been ordered
♦ ♦ •
brr.i ti.ation is now rife as
to what the state convention
will do. It is hard to name the
i oitving man, though .oine think
his n.imevvill be Roberts, others
Tin Evening Light charges
that the News was used as a
vehicle to kill Judge Ireland off.
Ireland allowed hiinsclt to be
interviewed, and there lie made
a latal mistake.
In a lew weeks John Bright,
the eminent English statesman,
will have represented the bor-
ough of Hirtnmgham in parlia-
ment for twenty five years. The
English liberals propose to mark
the event by an appropriate
It is said that Smith county
will f.tvor Robert i for governor
it he is a candidate. It was
thought at one time that Smith
county had "soured" on the old
alcalde because of In. action in
the matter ot locating the state
Thk Denison Herald News is
of the opinion that the term
"Hourbon democracy has
never been clearly defined; it is
disposed to regard the term
more as a compliment than a
reproach. It think-, that it is
the only democracy worth the ed
name of democracy.
fundamental law should be so
amended as to make the com-
mon sense indictments hold
water. Indictments to be legal
must have all the verbosity and
technicalities heretofore in use,
and we would suggest a restor-
ation of the ancient form in
which it is asserted that the al-
leged criminal, "not having the
fear ol God belore hi, eyes, but
being moved and instigated by
the devil, did, etc. An indict-
ment in that form gives the dev-
il a legal existence, and the ver-
bosity ot that form is pretty fair
proof that he—the devil—had
something to do with inventing
it, as it is a very difficult matter
to frame an indictment that
can't be quashed.
— • • «—
Hon. Scth Shepard has been
interviewed by the Galveston
News on the gubernatorial sit-
uation. He docs not think that
Roberts will be a candidate.
Thinks that Roberts is very
popular with the democracy.
Thinks that the majority rule
should apply in conventions as
well as in elections. The inde
pendent movement don't seem
to move much ; there is no wide-
spread dissatisfaction in the
democratic ranks, sofaras state
affairs arc concerned. Wash
Jones is not as strong as he has
been, and never was strong
enough to be elected to a state
office. Roberts, Ireland, Gid-
dings, or any othes man of suffi-
cient ability and character to
command a democratic nomina-
tion, will be triumphantly elect-
Tiik Caldwell Register advo-
cates the claims of lion. W. K.
Woman for the state senate from
this district. It speaks by au-
thority and states that 1 Ionian
docs not want the nomination
for lieutenant governor on the
greenback ticket, neither is he
an attache of Wash Jones or
anybody else. The Register
says, " I Ionian is capable of pad-
dling his own canoe on any
stream," which is an assertion
the Bannkk fully endorses, and
while it is opposed to Mr. no-
man politically it has the high-
est respect for lm> personally,
and regards him as one of the
most able men in the state sen-
Iiik San Antonio Express
states that the name of Thomas
|. Devine, of its city, has been
favorably mentioned in connec-
tion with the position of gover
nor. It states that he possesses
the Jeftersonian qualifications;
that he is not seeking the office
and his friends are not urging
his claims. It is luithtr stated
that Judge Devine is a linn anil
outspoken friend and advocate
ol the policy of Governor Rob-
erts. It seems that Governor
Roberts is the democracy of
lexas and th.it his policy must
be endorsed in order to secure
liiK Waco Examiner says:
The time is approaching when
the Texas railroads will charge
but three cents
a mile tare,
the time ap-
proach when a ride in the nicest
coaches will cost extra, when
children, heretofore carried free,
will pay tare; and when free-
passes will be much scarcer
than they are now.
Tin: Bastrop Advertiser, a
paper that has long and consis-
tently opposed governor Rob-
bcrts, says: "Judge Ireland is
neither on top ol the fence, nor
is he first upon one side and
then upon the other. Not only
his opinions, but the direct and
straightforward manner in which
they have been expressed,
should commend Judge Ireland
and his course to every true
The venerable Peter Cooper,
ot New York, now <ji years ol
age, never wearies of doing
something for the benefit of his
fellow-men. He has now open-
a permanent exposition of
inventions at the Cooper Insti-
tute, in that city, for developing
an interest in mechanical inven-
tions. The plan is to bring to-
gether into one building a num-
ber of patented articles for ex-
hibition and sale. There are
about 7000 square feet of floor-
ing devoted to the exhibition,
and is already self-sustaining.
Skk'.kvm Mason writes (dat-
ed Albany penitentiary) to a
Cleveland sympathizer; "I „m
in good health, thank the Lord,
and am trimming shoes the best
I can. I am treated very well
by the officers of this prison,
yet I should like my liberty,
and I will shoot no more only
in defense of my country.'
Thk Gulf; Colorado & Santa
he road will take formal poses-
sion of the Chicago, Texas and
Mexican railway from Cleburne
to Dallas on the 1st of July,
— A large crowd of green-
backers is expected at Fort
Worth to the convention.
— Caldwell county endorsffl
Governor Roberts. The Ireland
boom is about over.
— Steps will be taken at Hel-
ton to make Gen Weaver's vi-it
to that town pleasant and agree-
— The citizen.-, of Weimar
have determined to build a
large school house for the grad-
— The Helton Journal is still
doing good work in advocating
the building ot a new court-
house and jail.
—There is a state law against
stealing melons, fruits or vege-
tables from a farm, orchard,
yard or garden.
— Kill the dogs, shoot 'em,
poison 'em, murder 'em—any
way to get rid of them, says the
— Austin has an amateur
concert or minstrel company
which rejoices in the unphon-
ious name of the Nigger Dozen.
— A three-days old white in-
fant was left with an old negro
woman residing in Dallas. It,-,
mother is supposed to have
— A couple of negro boys
were playing with a pi,to!, in
the neighborhood ot Fayette-
ville, last week, There was a
tuneral next day.
— Miss R,ihy Brigance,
white at a picnic at Gum
Springs, Grimes county, wa> ac-
cidentally shot in the arm with
a sixshootcr in the hands ol
— It has leaked out at I lous-
ton that on the second day of
emancipation celebration that
nearly all the negroes were
heavily armed and that the ne-
gro soldiers were provided with
- It will be remembered that
a short time ago Rrunet was
convicted at Helton of the mur-
der of Jim Hums and given five
years in the pentitentiary. The
case was taken to the court of
appeals and reversed.
— Thursday night at Hemp-
stead a Mrs. Wolf attempted to
kill her husband. She beat him
nearly to death with an axe
handle and an old double bar-
rel gun, while he was in bed.
There is little chance of his re-
covery. She is in jail.
—A Denison woman, wile of
a railroad man who is in the
habit of gambling off his money
determined to catch up with
him and with this object in view
dressed up in male attire and
started out to hunt him up.
She was captured by the police
but was soon bailed out.
—Alvarado, on the Missouri
Pacific road in Johnson county,
is having a grand boom, it hav-
ing been selected as the termin-
us of the Fort Worth division
of the Missouri Pacific railway.
Grounds tor machine shops and
round house have been meas-
ured oft and located. Five large
brick houses are to be built at
Gkn, Wr.avf.k addressed a
large audience at Funis on Fri-
day. Men of all parties were
apparently well pleased with
his speech. Monopolies grow-
ing out ol a class legislation was
his chief theme. Opposition to
monopolies is now uppermost
in the minds ot the masses, and I
anything said opposing them is i
almost sure to make an impres-
sion on the heart of a susccpta-
ble and gullible public,
Neuralgia, IciiUca, Lumbago,
[rickache, Sonnns* of th$ Chest,
Gout, Quins/, Horo Throat, Stoll-
ing; and Sprains, Burr,% and
Scalds, G«nori! Bodily
Tooth, Ear ar Heaiarht, Frosted
Foot end Ea'and all other
Pains ami Aches.
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SOO^iu ks of (lioifp Klinir,
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Imported and Dome.-tic
WINKS, L!(t>r<)KS, (JKIAIIS, TOBACCO,
I>«'fi(i< >, 'anilics, rrcsiTYt-il Vegetables, Fruit, Meal,
"ii'klrs, O.uuii'il Fruit, Nuts, etc.
Solo of Anlmnsor's Cnlnbratnd St. Louin Beer.
wr;t''e in nil witi'iks at 1.0west kates. hjj#
ft»"' Lowest wholesale prices to the trade! Pays the highest
market price for cotton and other produce. Jan. r, 1881-dwiy
1)1 a! ek in
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Blai Busts, Pitta ani Gift Bib fur Children.
Standard I Miscellaneous Works,
I'orkct Honks, and any nllicr Honk Wanted; Cold
1N ns ami 1*011 riIs. and evcrv stvie of Station-
er} and la11( \ writing lin
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FOR THE FAMILY.
ii . .. ,u hml inn witli iiisirui'l'Ut ami
ii' krn their intcll" 1 willlout wpai *iitK llie liialn.
Thk corncr stone of the (jar-
field memorial church at Wash-
ington will be laid July 2d, the
anniversary of the shooting of
Garfield. President Hinsdale,
of Hiram college, Ohio, A. S.
Willis, of Kentucky, and A. A.
Pettibone of Tennesse, will de-
liver addresses. A general in-
vitation is extended prominent
members of the church of the
Disciples throughout the coun-
Newcomb, of the San An-
tonio Light, a live spicy paper,
lias been appointed postmaster,
at San Antonio. Newcomb is
a straight republican yet his
appointment is well received by
their democratic press outside
of his own city, where there i, a
seeming prejudice against him'.
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Violin Strings, Sheet Music,
Physicians 1 Surgeons,
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Agent for the renowned
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Parties desiring their Instruments Tuned or Repaired, by leaving
their orders at my Music Store, will have the servi- cs of
1'rot. Chas. Felton, a First-class Workman.
Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.
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CONFECTION E n
Miin S'Tc.', Hrcrtham, Texas.
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' \V\ warrant -i\ b,,\e, „f I)r, f„ (;, West's
Nd'..' aw! ISrain Treatment to cure any
j • t \ ■ 'ii* I >i-leases, either male or female, ol
whatever nature, such a.~ Nervous Head-
j at.i... mental depression, loss of memnr)-,
■i" ini'ir'.rrln...i ami involuntary emissions
I ' '>> "verwfirk of the brain, self-atiuse,
' ■■.. .mil will give a written guarantee witli
• c."h $5 ' 'roer, agreeing to refund the mon-
, '} il ine ireatment does not effect a cure in
_> month,. Ivicr, $i per box, six boxes
5s- i nt prepaid by mail >.n rereitil of
P';; - <o..iram,- ,i„,lei| by F. KKKHKH-
I K -ON. Wholesale and Kelail Ilrimgist.s
New()r|",,ns| ,,. f),de,. ,,y „,ail at rrg-
mar pi icc. *
Fisher & Weis,
ANI) DKAI.Fl; . IS'
Comer ol Ant and Quitman streets,
U It EMI AM, TEXAS
The highest market prm paid >n c<>°
fo 11.eel cattle, hogs' and slittp.
Api. is d fc w tf
ZEISS <v koiu i ,
Quitman street, neai I'nc
The undetsigm d Imvc f-pti'.'1 ■'
Meal Market, aiid w. I kiT
constantly supplied *<lb tho I" ■'
meats. The) hope by tiii' ' ■"'or'
the wants of their customers an1'
prices to get a share ..f ihi' j "
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Rankin, John G. & Levin. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1882, newspaper, June 25, 1882; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481653/m1/2/: accessed August 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.