Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1887 Page: 4 of 4
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The house that places before you stubborn and unyielding facts and figures-—that solicits your attention, not through favor or pretense, but
prices that will teach you in the silent logic of truth, the difference between dealing with live and dead men. Our business is conducted upon
new advanced ideas, crowding out the old—-pluck instead of luck—-cash instead of credit-—brains in the place of cheek—and science and
ability beating back and crushing into oblivion these moonshine merchants with their tough and tremendous long time prices.
We shall lead the season by offering a stock that has never been equaled in price or quality.
Suits that are perfect in fit and perfect in workmanship. Suits for the young, the old, the short,
the tall, the large and small. We call special attention to our children's suits, of which we have
a nice assortment. Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, &c, We
shall continue to sell at popular prices. Don't hesitate to call on us when you
need anything in your line. WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. You may
search the record of fancy and fiction for '1 paralell to the sublime audacity and
Confident courage, with which ^^B^we unfurled the beautiful red
Flag that adorns our building ; we planted it there with the determination that it should remain,
not only as a sign of LOW PRICES, but also as a crusher to competition and opposition. Its
^the sign that even "chokes to death the periodical infernal that buys to brake and only breaks to
Remember That We Advertise Bargains And That We Give Bargains.
onclttl Journal of the City of Hrenham,
r. e. PENNINGTON, Loc»l Editor.
The cotton market is about the
samo as yesterday' 8 5-8.
The Y. M. S. C.
The programme on last Tuesday
ovening was exceedingly attrac-
tive and interesting to a large au-
dience considering the bad weath-
The exercises were opened by
music from the band.
Mr. E. B. Muse, of the Brenham
bar, then read a choice selection
lrom Chas. Philip on Napoleon.
Three couples of yonng folks
attooded the church festival .t Gay j Ran*d[c ar p^uia^y0Ung
Hill last night. | attornCy a|80i of the Brenham bar,
The Rifles will have a regular then rendered, very acceptably,
meeting to-night, and a prize drill
lor the belt four in the company.
Fresh Oysters at Frank Fvansich's
Tax county commissioners bare
worked faithfully on the county
roads and bridges and by winter
they hope to have them in extra
On Recount of the late floods
the Golf Colorado and Santa Fe
trains run up only as far as Tem-
ple OB Wednesday, and the ticket
egeet reftosed to sell tickets to any
point* north of that plaee.
J«mt Kirk has made the deslri
tatiOR of the school funds, which
will fee the seme for this as last
year, |4, 7* per capitR from the
state, with SGgoeats additional from
Ike lease revenue.
Was. Hamelmann sued Joseph
Wilfer in the justices' court for one
The question, whether or not the
ooUor grown on the homestead is
euhjeet to attachment will be
kro«ght up and thoroughly die
Tu game of base ball between
the Brenham and Gay JBLlll clubs
will take place this evening at the
.firemen's park. The grounds are
In good condition; a very mt
inggame is expected. There
bee crowd from Gay Hill to witt
aess the game, and every body are
invited to attend. mJII
a vocal solo. Mr. Bandle is a new
and rising star in the musical
We were then favored by an ex-
quisite song by Miss Nellie Loeb.
By special request Mr. L. It.
Bryan supplied the absence of Mr.
W. W. Searcy, by reading Josh
Billings on courting, which was
peculiarly applecable to some of
those who occupied the front seats.
Mr. Bryan and Josh were frequent-
ly interrupted by violent and pro-
' Mr. W. H. Snell, our handsome
and courteous photographer, who
cannot resist some of the attrac
tions of onr city was present among
ua again, and sang In good voice a
fresk new song.
Miss Genevieve Hose, one of
Brenham debutantes, charmed the
audience with r beautiful recita-
tion, in which both talent and taste
The exercises were then closed
bjr a soul stirring pioao solo from
MX. Henry Morgan.
The chRirs were then moved
beck end the yonng folks engRged
in r dance, in which both the mar-
ried .men and the old batchelors
This is undoubtedly Brenham's
most attractive social feature, and
such an organisation—which has
lor its object the moral and intel-
lectual development of the young
—should meet with the warm en-
couragement and unselfish co-oper-
ation of onr best citizens.
The president then announced
hat on Monday night there would
a business meeting, and that ap-
cations for membership would
Aliases Eula Gee and Nannie
Reeves left yesterday to visit;
friends in Hempstead.
Mrs. N. E. Devcr and Mrs. Lee j
Campbell also 1 eft tor Hempstead
Mr. Ed. Watson leaves for Cali-
fornia today, to spend a few weeks
in pleasure and recreation on the
Dr. H. F. Dabney, ot Austin
county, has returned with his bride.
He married Miss Ida Kiblinger, of
Jackson La., and they made an ex-
tended tour through the Northern
Morgan Byrnes is still in a very
critical condition with sleight im-
MissLillie Williams has returned
from Caldwell where she has been
visiting friends during the past
Misses Annnie Bett Finney,
Mary and Carrie Clay of Indepen-
dence, left on Wednesday for
Houston to attend the celebration
of the marriage ceremony of Mr.
O. T. Holt and Miss Marron Sew-
ard, both ot whom are Well known
in the county.
Mr. O. fl. P. Garrett,.formerly
of the San Antonio Times, arrived
in the city yesterday, and will
to-day take charge ot the editonial
columns of the Banner. Ollie is
an easy, graceful writer and will
add renewed interest to the paper
Ytw'keiit" ' ' V-
The vacant room adjoining the
Postodeo. Apply to
Jno. M. Kit.
The bnildmg occupied by the
Express Company and Postofflce.
Apply to Jno. M.Krt.
Delicious, those milk shakes, at
Haring Bros, drug store.
We will, on and after this day, sell
and deliver Ice in the city at
and a half cents per pound.
Brenham Ice Co.
Brenham, Aug. 30, 1887.
White Rock Waukesha Mineral
Water is a wonderful appetizer; 25
cents per bottle. F. Kiber.
Wilt make shipments of New
goods every day, and assure you of
saving you a good per cent if you
call before Purchasing else where.
At the Now York Store.
If you want a buggy, hack,
spring or farm wagon, you will
save mono}* by buying from 1^. W
For Sale at a Bargain.
The T. O. Howard place, adjoin-
ing J. G. Rankin's residence, on
E. B. Handle.
A fine pair ladiea Flexible But-
ton or Lace Shoe, warranted for
$2 and upward. At the New York
A large shipment of dry doods
and notions just received. At the
Now York Store.
For Hale at a Bargain.
The J. W. Carter place, in the
Western surberbs ot the city, on
the Berlin road.
E. B. Randle.
Is prepared to give music lessons
during the coming session of the
Brenham Public Schools.
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A splendid office room. Apply to
Parties wishing hulls or meal can
leave their orders at Ahrenbeck A
Bowers store. Prompt delivery
guaranteed. Cash must accompany
all orders. Theo Ahrenbeck.
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For Boys shirt-waists from 25c
up, at the New York 8tore.
Some of these days the Amerieap
toy pistol will be introduoed into
French dueling warfare, and then
somebody will get hurt.
A desirable residence on South
Wast street; good location; water-
works water; also, one-half or all
of second story ef building occu-
pied by O. JL & E. Cornitius," Op.
posite and north of courthouse-
T. A. Low.
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i am receiving daily shipments
of the celebrated Mission grapes.
Go »to W. H. Murphy's for
straight liquor, milk punches and
all mixed drinks.
For your fine Tailor Made Cloth-
ing, Call at the New York Store
and save 25 per cent.
AT NEW YORK COST!
As I intend retiring from the Dry Goods business, I offer
my entire stock of Dry Goods consisting of clothing,
bouis, shoes, hats, &c.. at
Actual New York Cost.
The stock must, be closed out by January 1st, 1838, as I intend engag
ing in the wholesale and retail grocery busines, exclusively. Now
is the time to secure bargains.
CALL EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE.
For your fine Hand made Boots
and Shoes. Call at the. New York
The second story of the building
on the northwest corner of Ant
and Quitman streets. Apply to
J no. M. Key or A. Jeffries.
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Eemember that the New York
store is situated on the east side of
the public square, Cohen Bros, old
stand. Alex Cohen, Proprietor.
Offices and Booms Apply to.
■ , JL W. Graber.
For your fine linen towels and
napkins. Call at the New*York
For Sale at a bargain.
The 1>. W. Bloombergh* place on
the Santa Fe K. B. between Main
and Sandy streets.
ip B.B. Handle.
Trunks and Valise's dt less than
cost to cloee them out as 1 do not
intend to bandle them after this
season. At the New York Store.
A ready furnished cottage near
the Cathalic church. Apply to
J. S. Norton.
Kiber receives fresh El
"Mission" grapes daily.
Every body knows that 1 pur-
chased the stock formerly owned
by Mess. Cohn Bros., at 40 cents
on the dollar, therefore can sell it
cheaper than any other house.
Call at the New York Store.
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Saddles, Harass*, Buggies.
You will find the finest and larg-^
est assortment of saddles, harness,
and all kinds ol buggies, in fact
everything in the saddlery line,
which will be sold at tbe lowest,
prices at C. W. Hess k Co.
Go to F. W. Schuerenberg for
coal, iron and steel.
For fine horse shoeing go to
ihuen * * * " '
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Be sure and go to Harnaon'e
"Fnmous" lor any thi—
ing you my
need. Cheapest store tn the city.
See our big ad. in another column.
Wholesale agent for Reed's Gilt
Bdge Tonic, Brenham, Texas, a
aafe medical nreperRtion.
Money to Lord
On long or short time on landed
property; • per cent.
W. B. GAKRITT.
I lead in clothing and you wilt
find it difficult for any other mer-
chant to follow on prices. At the
New York Store.
Eggs, Butter, and
El Paso Mission grapes at
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 202, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1887, newspaper, September 1, 1887; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481726/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.