Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 274, Ed. 1 Friday, November 16, 1883 Page: 4 of 4
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ornoa aid taib its ab. compress.
lit* oa hand at >11 timet alju ft ..nd well selected stock of
LUMBER, Rough and Dressed,
Shingles, Doors, Mi, Blinds, Brackets,
Abo* BARBED FENCE WIRE.
|BP Agent for the Caldwell Wagons.
McOTOT & 7AU METER,
atAVUFACTURECRS AND DEALERS IN
kriMW, 0»u, lrsisa,
And all Mfcr wJUj
HFTT CIVTI A Nffll
floldhy »ll Drafflrt* aad
Dealers. DtrertteM to U
Shingles, Pickets, Moulding,
SASH, DOORS, BLIPS, BDILDIKG MATERIAL ADD '
READY MADE CYPRESS CISTERNS
Mills at Orange, Texas.
Wc have excellent facilities lor exec)|ting orders, in pine or
cypress, for Brackets, Scroll and Ornamental Designs. All or-
ders left with Mr. C. E CHAPMANtji|f our yard in Brenham,
will receive prompt attention, who will use every effort to please
the most fastidious.
'I couldn't do it; -got a bad
cold; nose all flopped up."
"Nose stopped up! why, yon
don't sboot with your nose, dd
you ?" said Plumbottle.
"Why, no, of course not But
I've got a fearful cold, Plumbot-
tle ; can't smd! anything."
"Well,suffering Cyrus! Do
you propose to scent your own
game ? Take a dog along with
yon, man. That's the way to
hunt, and not go beating around
through the fields trying to snuff
out birds. Remember this:
there's a pointer for you "
Among tie bridal presents
sect to Miss Jessie Talmage,
the daughter of Rev. T. De-
Witt Talmage, upon the mar
riage with Mr. Warren G Smith,
was some rare tapestales from
"Marion Harland." AH of the
presents received were
and handsome. Judge
sent a case of sol'd silver.
• • •
%mm swsS it, tm ii'Ou le*f fcwfc* rm
WEBB & TAMPLET,
■ [las on hand at ail times a large and well selected stock of -
Skillies, Dirs, Sail, Blinds, Ms, Moulin, k
ttf" Oar stock is new and well assorted. Our friends and the public will please call
on us before purchasing elsewhere.
OFFICE and YARD on Mail Stat, at Santa Ft tailrai Mil.
North-west Corner of the Public Square,
— Has just received a full and complete stock of—
Fall Winter Goods
latest styles in
UDIES' DRESS BOODS, TRIMMINGS, TIES,
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Queensware, Groceries.
AIm, a large and varied assortment of
Parlor and Bed-room Furniture
CARPETS, MATS AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
M^CtU and examine our goods and prices befere purchasing elsewhere. We guaran-
tee satisfaction in all departments. Give us a tria
The portrait of Mrs. Hayes
has been stored in the white
house garret Rutherford B.
should vindicate the family hon-
or by malci'qg another race for
the presidency with the intent
of restoring that picture to a
place in the presidential gallery.
The new northern idea of |
women marrying women is not
likely to become excessively
popular. An eminent author-
ess once exclaimed, "The only
thing that reconciles me to be-
ing a woman is that I cannot
The tunnel on the Arlberg
railroad, which is expected to
become such an important exit
for Austro Hungarian produce
to France and Switzerland, will
IID CTDMIP Dll I C I be n«'ly s,x &nd one-half miles
kill. OlnUllu rlLLO, long. It is expected to be fin
The old- 'K^m"d^0l'H"*M,, I Uhcd by the end of October.
Strong's Sanitive Pill* for the liver. A
speedy cure for liver complaint, regulating
the bowels, purifying the blood, cleansing
from malarial taint. A perfect care for
IT 1MPR0YB THB QUALITY OP
■ tor# a Ha* and urmNii M
flat M<aa «v# I
—i wtth u movwuann
w w mmm mJmmmm mmmm
lousntss, Torpid Liver, Torpid Bewail
ndljestlon, Dyspepsia, Sour Itomaeh, Siek
Headache, Spleen Vertlao, lad Breath,
Malaria, Jaundlee and Call Itenes,
without Nauseating or Weaken-
ing the System.
OSE.-One Bean on going t6 Dec
Mmtattnnsai Msfcoj*., n
For Sale by K. E. LUHN.
lag from cRr-work,
J 1 1
xHrttftfcuuiMiA&d th# Otdum Habit
-ter m she appetite grows healthier
crarlm dlee away antil taUUI
Uact,J?<#MpWy bfwflciat in
ALLJMasrSri Distant and far the
debilitating effect* of Fever of m*
klmd It hmt mp ttfual. ftr^atra
»palate Till not
sick headache, constipation and dyspepsia.
Strong's Pectoral nils insure healthy ap-
petite, godd digestion, regularity of tne
Dowels. A sure remedy for colds and rheu-
matism. A preciouc boon to delicate fe-
males, soothing and bracing the nervous
system, and giving vigor and health to i
ery fibre of the body. Sold by druggists.
For pamphlets, etc, address C. E. Hull ft
Co., bo* 650, New York City.
Pianos & Organs
Are the finest In TONE,*-— *
Aretha finest In DESIGN,
Are the finest in WOBKMAN8RIP.
SERB FOR CATALOatlE AND MUSIC FREE.
DEO. WOOD'S COMPAftYt
60S Washington St., Boston, Ssn,
ARKER'S OTER TONIC SfT™
friends pi' all who oso It. rnvlgomtee the
kidneys, Liver, bowl«>s and Stomach and
imriRes the blood. Iteasesthe palate, stirs
the circulation and cheers the mind. To
women and aged persons It impairs strength
and hopefulness, The best known antktote
to the liquor habit, .toe and II site*.
HlHt'OX A CO., New York.
Dryden 50e. Goethe 70c, Goldsmi
Byron il«o, Mis.
— ™ «.n»| w.vw W.H I>M|« 50c,
Dryden Mr,, Goethe 70c, Goldsmith 50e, Ile-
mafis !KW, lliail and (Xlv-sey 7flc, Hood (*c.
Ingelow.Wc, Keats 40e„ Meredith .Wei Milton
flflc. Moore (Me, Poie We, Toe 40c, Schiller
40c, Scott So, Tennyson noc, Virgil 4.V and
others. Cine cloth binding. Ken t for exam ■
Inatlnn before payment on evidence of good
faith Catalogue" free. NOT sold by deal-
AliDEN, Publisher, 18 Ve-
AQENTS WANTED EVgtrwgcgi
wuHHTqnion coition ;
- j'W*. we offer <
1 exclusive territory. Writ* to w.
IRD & DILU
No linger Needed.
Tlie old-fashioned, slow-acting plasters
''mustno." Itenson'» Capclne 1'orus Plas-
ters are the best. Ms.
H. W. G-RABER,
BRENHAM, TEXAS. (Established Id 1867.)
The Oldest Jewelry House in the city of Brenham,
Will sell at the lowest | rices a lane, complete stock of Jewelry, consisting o
Diamonds, Gold and Silver Watches, Gold Chains, Gold Setts Lock-
et*, Sleeve, Collar end Stud Buttons. Alao agent for the
etaclas, Diamond Spectacles,
Bockford Standard Ballroad Watches,
And Waltkatn and Elgin Watches.
tf C u* and examine my stock, which Is as complete as any In the etate. Ladles are
VInvited. No trouble to show goods.
/Esthetics, (4 designs) Som-
ething rood. Mailed on re-
Ipt oft! cents la stamps.
Ilearne ft Co. p o b 1487,N Y.
A MONTH AND BOABD for 3
e .voting men orlaiUes.lneach
^unty. Address P. W ZIEGI.EK
A CO., PhllAdrtphla, Penan
Mil STY1 WITHOUT A TKACHESt
ITA U Wlv goper'a Instant»n««ns
Guide to keys of piano and organ. Price tl, ,
Will 'each any person to play M pieces of
music la one ilar. You couldn't learn it
from a teacher in a month for t20. Try It
and be convinced. Sample copy will be
mailed to any address on receipt »f iS cents
In stamps by HKAHNE ft CO. T Publishers,
J) q -fcr if '
Max km, New York.
Is now receiving Lin stock of Fall and Winter Goods
Urewi Goods of the latest styles and textures.
Ttimmingt of all kinds. Laces and Embtoideties. Houety—all
thtla test novelties for Ladies and Children. A fnll Itnt of
fo* Men, Boy* »od 01xlldr*n.
BOOTS AlTD SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. In the
WW be fewd a full and eonqflete line of all *>od< falw foand la a trst-claaa grocery store.
1 an cordially Invited to call a»l nrsmlae the goods and price*.
R. HOFFMAN I
cuit win in. L'
cnre.vona p»t«*d *~
will procureyo«« i., .
talogue of all kinds of
mlture, simple and elaV |
'orate. 11)0 pages, 900 en.
grarlngs. Sertd postal 1
card for this magazine of |
BROOKLYN FURNITURE CO.
530 to S7I Fulton st., Brooklyn, N. Y.
The university or Mississippi
Tuition free to ererybody bnt Law Students.
Thieiastltation will open Its next (Melon
The coarse Is complete, the PaeaHy is large
able and efficient.
The terms are very moderates
The whole Institution is open to both sexes.
For catalogue and informotion apply to
Oen. A. P. Stewart, Chancellor.
The l&rgest oyster shell in the
world Is in the Church ot St.
Sulpice, fn Paris. It weighs
over 500 pounds, and is used as
a baptismal fount.
Many wonder why the brute creation
excelmankind as a rule when it comes to a
qacstba of health. Investigation quickly
ascertains the cause. It is because the
brnie naturally obeys every law of health,
while mankiid is constantly degenerating
owinjj to excesses of our ancestors and our
own individual imprudence. Sudden ex-
posure to extjeme climatic influences, glut-
tony, improper food, alcoholic stimulants,
overexertion of mind and body, worriment,
anxiety, care, etc., all have a marked effect
on the human system. Be cured by using
Brown's Iron Bitters. A remarkable rem-
edy for restoring health.
Steele McKaye, the origina-
tor of the Madison Square Thea-
tre, of its double stage and its
first dramatic success, who was
supposed to have lost all his
chances by his quarrel with the
Mallory brothers, is confident
now of realising a fortune by
his new theatre s^gk He esti-
mates his profits a^a,000,000,
which bis better than writing
The JU»bo of Things Lett
on earth has engulfed many a trumpery
tooth wash, paste and powder, since SO-
ZODONT was introduced to pabWc notice,
bnt that standard artiste still retains its
place in general estimation and waxes in
popularity aa the years wane. People,
whose teeth have been saved btit, speak
gratefully m it* behalf, and professional
endorsements of itt§«t$l)r fast
The Rev. Dr. Alexander
Maclaren, the famous
preacher of Manchester, Eng-
land, is tall and thin. His hair
is gray, his voice high and
sharp, but plaintive, and his
maimer nervous. He wears
spectacles, bat-dresses in most
uneccksiastioal garb, disdain-
ing even -to put on a white cra-
vat. « jarV
there ire some men Who pass all their time j
In saying queer things in queer rhyme,
1 he man who writes these,
Says Smith's Bile Beans will please.
They'll stir the liver in every dime.
"Yes," said the candidate for
office, "I suppose I catot sue
the paper for saying I sprat
art of my life in jail. You see
was « warden for six yeari.
can lick the editor, though!
7 Irl4linil/i' ji1 1
Or. L F. Moody; Owen ton,
THAT THE MEDICAL PR0FESS10I
and invalids MMrally may |
. • t«v
thi* original name-amar* of ganuiaeMK
which should always be observed, as tk«r«
ure wwi'ul ywliiWfcHuin. The aupert-
generally at II: • boUleatorlS. O.N. OBIT-
a 00., Oalveston, Texas.^^^^^^
FOR SALE BY R. E. LUIlN.
Warranted to do just what the name indi-
cates whan the directions afo followed*
This compound is one of the cheapest
and most effective modes ol Completely
annihilating the Ant Colonies of Texas
that has ever yet been discovered. The
manner of applying and actual labor ex*
pcmled (as will be seen by the directions
is so simple and light, that every one who
is troubled with these ravages can, at a
jaratively small cost, M rid of them,
saving annually hundreds of dol-
lars to'many farmers,gardeners and florists,
to say nothing of the great rtfief and com-
fort it would bring to the man/ mothers to
know that their little darlings were (ree
from the poisonous effect of those inhabi
tants ot tne sandhills.
For Red or Stinging Ants one 34 ouse
bottle is sufficient to destroy half a doien
colonies. From dne quart to one gallon
will destroy an ordinary bed of cutting
The undersigned have Bought the exclu
sive right to sell the exterminator hi the
counties of Washington, Burleson, Austin,
BrazOs and Waller. The fluid artf be ob-
tained at the following places.
Brenham, Tristxalrs chug store.
Herr itead, James Armstrong, druggist.
Bryan, W. H. Webb, druggist
Caldwell, T. B. Stone, druggist.
Lyons Station, M. A. Meyers.
Gay fillt Wallace's store.
Burton, D. P. Aithart-!
Chappell HM, 0. ¥ WllHams, and also
of R. 8, Neblett ia this city. I have thor-
oughly teated the exterimaator aftd know
that it will do exactly what is claimed for
It R. S. NEBLETT.
' 1 111 niil.u 1 ■ ui. ii 11 ' t iii
none snarl aitcsodj
Portable Engine' has cut 10,000 ft. of
Michigan Pine Boards In, 10 hours, bum-
tag slabs from the saw fn e^ht foot lengths
Our 10 horse we guarantee to furnish
power to saw 8^00 feet of HemMt board*
in 10 hours. Our 15 hone will cut ioooo
' H.M. SULLIVAN, Semtaiy.
1 rouna nrown s iron oiiters owe T. —
b«t Ionia Aitd hare "prescribed it frequent-
Mrs. Longstreet, the wile of
Gen. Loogstreet, was injured
seriously in Gainesville, Ga.,
recently, by die falling of a
heavy oaken wardrobe.
loins and lower part '
rata and water than
HYW « ^VS„
DtaanUbters, Sparkling Win
' all Carbonated Bare rage»
DOMESTIC PATTERNS A SPECIALTY.
laterial*, and Aeeeaaorie*
In*, DUp«n»tn* and
Bottling, with Full Infraction*.
Catalogue /(tit upon application.
The linn of JOHN MATTHEWS,
lint Avenue. 36 and 87 Ma, yew York
I Slste & Monroe Sts.iChlcafo.^
1 of lesireewmK 8«H*t Osp>s
l'llatt, fiun-lry l»*nd 0«t*H
MsirHsh,abo foel«4ei lnslnscttM —4 !*•
for baa^ a»4 a C ' 1
cy, uneasioms ofthe s
At times, symp-
after getting mmkM, is a very
mon attendant Bhnd Bleeding and Itch-
otly upon tlie parts affected, absorbing
the Tnmor^ allaying -the intense itching,
and effecting a permanent cure, where all
other remedies have failed. Sold by Walk-
er 4 Bel],
It is repotted that George
Gould, son of Jay Gould, is to
marry Miss Carrie Astor.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
baltumu, - r; Jin. • <.
The practical advantages of (his school
e unsurpissed. Cltnicsheld at City Hos-
pital, Maternite and Maryland Woman's
Hospital, allot which belong to this school*
Physiological and chemial laboratory
wofk required of Vfttf Student.
I CtUlogaB to
DR?THOMAS OPIE, Deal?,
• * wN.CiW Street.
and manufaotnrer ol
' " ti (t ' ' • £
t)TSpedaI attention given to fioLU
Hnoaiiro. general job vrokindnsp sing-
ing. Tenrs llberaL Shop above Oidding
bank, on Sandy s^*t lane M'74.
Ptuo Lager Boer in
i 1 1 t IMfCK
and Bottles, Brewed Kx-
Sandy Street, near Santa Fe Railway.
BRENHAM, - - TEXAS
A. A. WOEHLiER, Agent.
r All Orders for Beer and Ice promptly
THE, BEIGE LIVERY, FEED
Near Mclntyre House, Main street, Brenham, Texas.
O. B. POTTER, Proprietor.
My stable is now supplied with new Buggies, fine saddle and work Horses, I am
prepared to furnish transportation to any part of the State. Rones bought and sold
or boarded by the day, week or month on liberal terms. ^
Ihfcvt addH to say Lives* Stock a fine assortment of UNDERTAKER'S GOODS
consisting of BURIAL CASES and CASKETS, and all articles requisite forinterrants.
I hare also. TWO FIRE HEARSES,
One for Adults, and a White Hearse for Children, as well as « closecaniage, espeda.
(or Funerala. Patronage sohcitod. Teras reasonable.
Brenham, January 1, lUi-dty.
0. B. POTTER
LIVERY, FEED AND
Corner of Sandy and Market Steert, (Parks old stand.)
J. E HUTCHINSON, Proprietor.
Bw^f supplied with a lew tot of ttylish new baggies, will make teams for pleasure
1*1 MW Horses boarded by the month at liberal rates. Will
wiy, sell or trade horses. A share of the public patronage solicited.
All the Local News,
U«>ir ALL PUBLIC TOPICS Af»B
LEADING POLITICAL ISSUES
or the Oat,
And acarehilly coDated epitome of
STATE 4ND GENERAL NEWS.
The Daily Banner
f&t' x'if ■ v/v*«(4iU'*i- >'* J # . tii
|s complete in every respect-—
New Type,'new Presses,
and new material,
Which enables us do first class
work cheaper than any other
Printing House ia the
City of Brenham
Regular Monthly Drawtelg Will
take plaoe I i the Ma»onle h5T Ka-
eonie Temple Build inc, in LauU-
Thursday, November 29,1888.
A Lawful Lottery and Fair Drawings,
chartered by the legislature of K.ntneay,
and twice declared lexal by the highest Court
In the State. Bond given to Henry county
In the «um of 0100,000 for the prompt pay-
ment of all prises sold.
A Revolution In "Ingle Number
tyKvery ticket holder Ms own supervisor
can call out the number of his ticket and tee
the eomsponding number on the tag placed
la the wheel in bit presence. Tbsse draw-
ings will occur on the last Thursday of every
month. Bean the magnlOcent
1 Prise......,,.,...',.,..,; ...wo,mo
1 Prise s.mo
2 Prises, *4,800 each 5,010
mixes. 11,000each | £»
OFrtses, $.100 each, Approximation
A Prise*, ItOOeach, Appox.
» Prises, aiooeacft. •'
1000 Prises, *10 each .
Whole Ticket*, an.
HI Ticket*, aso.
Half Tickets 91.
M Tickets, atoo.
Remit money or Bank Draft la Letter, or
DEU until Aartber notice. ORORB8 of S8
and npward by Kxpress, can be
i sent at
orders lo J.*5*
fl7 St. Chad** Stmt, ST. 10UIS, WO,
A r*(tnl»r Oradu»«e of two medical
it Is fneonveaient te visit
itmedtelaes eaa.be sent
ftee end Invited,
eoets nathtng. H
1 or Write.
lervons Prostration, DebUlty, Mwtal and
Physical Weakness, Mercurial and *th*r
tftfttoM of Thypfty nd B«i<i Kmi
btpyitiH and Blaod P*i*oalac, Skla Atas-
tions, Old Bewa and Pleeri, Tn|i<lnmts >»
8UB0I0AL CASKS wwiTi qwniil atttatkwi.
Pligtmw frtai twpfiilimi,
•kill id a reaiieetftil mumer;
to do* no eximrIntents are
nia«lf. On mv
erfnl peu pletaws, tnw to Ilfr. articles oa Se
edlthnksauie as above,
pages, it raits hi mail.
n Oil furnishes a clear, br^ht
stal white in color, inodorous,
free 'from deposit or sediment It
born* freely, does not crust the wick, and
is absolutely safe.
The demand* for EunoN Oil inerear ed
600 per cent, daring the year 1S82.
Eupion Oil was first manuEsctured in
St Lous*, Missouri, iti 1861, and not an
accident is on record as having malted
| from its .se.
PLAIN AND FANCY
Daaler ia all ldads of
Fsreip and Doaeitie Friiti, etc
HOME-MADE CANDY—FRESH EV-
Next door to Giddiags ft Giddkga' Bank
octudml BRENHAM TEX.
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