Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 25, 1887 Page: 2 of 4
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Jul. Sft, 1887
—Th# S«Hly Local Freight says
that the Taylor, Bastrop and Hous-
ton railway will cross the 8anta
Fa at Sealy. This is not good
news for Bellville.
i ■ ■
at times ralna-
aection of the country
deal ot oemplaint
prices for cotton,
graat decline iq other
# it ia demonstrated
orchasing power of mon-
mcreased in a consid-
proportion than the
In cotton baa been, and
while the producers of
not handled quite as
money aa they did when
pr«s high, they have been
to purchase more with the
pMHteeds of a bale of cotton than
a(f high ones. The Baltimore Man-
nfacturers' Record prints a table
enmpilod from ofiei«l market re-
port* Composing fifty-five articles
Hour, canned goods,
diy goods, lumber, nails,
•teel. On January 10,
lOTfrlM^veragc price of the fifty
five articles, supposing that «
P%1»4» § * barrel, a yard, a
topf»U. of each bad been porches
ed would amount to a total of
9679Jlfj cn January 14, 1887, pre
ot^% same quantities of the
sqgu%j|ffcyslive separate commodi-
dica icainld be purchased for $276.
99, shewing a decline ia raises of
commo4ltf«a in every day use of
9409*42** In other words 9275 will
buyvas much now as 9678 did in
187% and certainly no candid farm-
ed can truthfully aay that the de-
clfwi'in cotton and other farm pro
daefojbas been near as great as in
otberthtag*. The Manufacturers'
Recocd concludes by saying:
are well worthy of a
careful study. They show that the
decline since in 1878 in what the
fanner buys baa been far greater
# decline in what be aells;
be ia better off to*day than
bows tfien. The firmer of to-
day considers at necessaries what
faftifers of 1873 looked upon
To-dat, Tuesday, the senatorial
cotrttfRt .opens in the legialatere. I only imperfectly worked.
The last terra c
court at Bellfitle I
more recruits to the
—Fine raina fell at Coleman and
in that section on the 21st inst.
Wheat prospects are much improv-
—The net cotton receipts of
Waoo this season are 33,615 bales,
ot which 27,436 bales came by
—A prominent merchant of El
Paao, and a gambler named Fish,
have been arrested on a charge of
aaUing counterfeit stamps.
— A railroad meeting wan held
at Kyle last Saturday. Tbe objcct
was to induce the Missouri Paciflo
to extend its western branch to
—James N. Inman, city
eer of Waco, died suddc
Sunday of alcoholism. He was a
very talented man, but at times
allowed whiskey to get the best ot
— A railroad meeting was held
at Columbus on Saturday and a
committee ot ten was appointed to
confer with the managers of the
Aransaa Pass railroad to ascertain
the chances of getting it extended
from Hallettsville to Columbus.
— The case of the State vs. Billy
Bims and Jim Odell, charged with
the murder of Chas. Quinlan, which
was set for trial in the crimma
court at Galveston on Monday
was postponed on account of the
absence of important witnesses
— The Houston correspondent
of tbe Galveston News suggest
the following: "Every boy
caught with a nigger-shooter
should be soaled in a box and feet
through a knot-bole a period of a
day and a half." The remedy ought
to kill or cure.
& : ,
3 ''?• •
—Jay Gould is doing the state
in a hurry; on Saturday be was at
Laredo and crossed the river spend
ing an hour or two in New Laredo
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock he
was in Galveston, spent the time
there till 5 o'clock and pulled out
for Houston, where he bad an ap
pointment to meet. Monday be
wae due at Shreveport, La.
—Farmers in Austin county,
says the Bellville Times, are re
dueing the acreage of the crops
having at last discovered that a
smaller acreage well cultivatec
will yield more than a larger one
ctly worked. It two
acres of land properly cultivated
will yield say forty fortjfc bushels
of corn, which is a veryiow esti
mate, it will certainly pay tbe
former far better than expend to
the aame amount of labor on three
eores of ground and gather per
Imps thirty bushels of interior
oom. Over cropping has entailed
immense loss on the farmers in
tbia section of tbe state.
—The San Angelo Enterprise
fbllbwfng pointer: A I hat a head-line writer who get* of'
» prohibitory amendment the following as the head piece to
certain defeat of * oolumn to the same sort: "On
1 with tbe bust! San Angelo, tbe
queen of the West, a great woo
market! Gaze on this picture
will yerl Unconquered by an<
No canoas haa been held and the
raoc be en open one. How
lonj ft wtII last or who will be
elMrted ia a mere surmise. Every,
body thinks his favorite is the
•trongeet. The candidates are all
on friendly tormrwik each other.
•t* * • • »
Tn Fort Worth Gazette is friend-
ly tifejthe Prohibitionists and gives
for the simple
pnblie opinion in this
ready yet to accept
grains ot Mild upon the
correspondent of tbe
bane says * deal is in
the friends ot
1 «id that if the
orer to Beagan the
cwtainly be elected,
rnmors are almost as
Two Now Tork boys, aged re-
spectfully seventeen and nineteen,
read dime noveia aad murdered a
a afterward murder-
to avoid trouble.
There fa no calculating the amount
the diaae novel
pass a more stringent law
In addition to
Miiral anti-pistol bills, a bill baa
been introduced to prevent tbe sale
ofptetolsto minora, fixing* fine
i will meet with some
n in tbe legislature. Sev-
ens! petitions for and against back-
is Hkely that the baeket-abope will
bare to walk tbepfatok.
defying flood and storm, and nn
yielding to the severest drouths,
even from the persecutions of her
enemies, rising with outspreading
winge. Phenix-liko, without
feather ruffled, she stands, a living
monument to enterprise and com.
merctal get-up-an'-get.". This
heading might very properly be
termed compressed "swash."
-Last Saturday night one of the
moat daring train robberies ever
committed was perpetrated on the
east bound Texas Pacific tram
Aa tbe train pulled out from Gor-
don, 80 miles west of Fort Worth
two men jumped on the engine
they had persuaders in their bands!
reaching a high trestle bridge
over a creek they ordered the en-
gineer to stop; the passenger
coaches stood on the trestle. Then
six men masked and armed appear-
ed and in the usual way robbed
express and mail car. Having se-
cured the plunder they told the
engineer to go ahead; the robbers
then took to the woods. It is sup-
posed they got about f 10,000
Uvoli Paw'l has been at Austin
hobnobbing with tbe members of
tbe legislature. He writes to the
Age that it ia difficult to tell who
will be elected senator, hut he
thinks that Ireland will be the
a professional prohibitionist,
It is agreed among the friends of
tbo senatorial aspirants that only
ballot or two can throw any
light on the subject.
■ — ■
Two murderers, Hamilton and
8ndberry, were taken oat of tbe
Bradley Arkanaas, jail laat week^
and banged by a mob.
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of food. ralieTea Heattburn and Belching, and
strengthens the muscles and nerves.
For laf -
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r*~ The genuine has above trade mark and
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BREATHING AND ALL AFFEO-
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A lot of people (infanta and adults) are
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sulphur aa a cleansing and purifying agent la
everywhere recognised, and there is nothing
that will equal
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skin from all Impurities, Inducing lithe,
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85 cents m, cake ; three cakes for
75 cents, or sent bv mail on receipt of price
and S cents extra ror each cake.
Beware of imitations. Observe t he name.
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is printed on eaeh packet containing
the toap, and for eale by Xh-uggitts
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r emu nr oim xnnrrx
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and take no other. It haa no equal.
The best and sorest JEtcaedy for Can af
all diseases caused by aay derangement of
the Liver, Kidney*, Stomach aad Bowels.
Dyspepsia, Sick Haadaehe, CoastJpatloa.
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A Begolsr dradaato of three medical col-
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IHmssos than any other physician in Aaaor-
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Medicines sent by mail or express everywhere,
seearely packed firee from stosrvsflon.
Nerrout Proatration, DtbilHf, Mental
and Physical Weakness, arising from
Inillserellsa, Excess, Kxpoeaso or In-
dulgeiee, producing some ot the follow in]
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Catarrh, Throat, Nose, Lung Diseases,
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Ace and ea:p«rleneo are Important; the
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are used, and knowing what to give, no experi-
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l>er of cases applying, the charges are kept low;
often lower than is demanded by others.
• Fine Plate*.
im pen pictures, snowing who may marry, who
not, why. Proper age to marry. Who marry first.
Manhood. Womanhood. Physical decay. Who
rhould marry. How life and happiness may be
increased. Those married or about to marry
should read it: of interest and value to every
thinking man and woman. Popular edition.
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ICAL INSTITUTE, No. 4 BaMaefc St.,
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ms and Physical Debility. Premature Decline,
r t—°/ ,y.outh> Kjhansted VitalitrrUst Manhood,
hnpaind Vigor, andlmparitiee of f
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I in the Enc-
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if you send now. Address as above.
Dr. WM. H. PARKER, the author of the Seienoe of
life, and ohief consulting physician of the Peabody
Medical Institute, Besiton,
equal. —National Tribune,
i many imitators, but no
iX IA UIJ
Winter Exposure Causes Coughs,
(olds, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Neuralgia, Pneu-
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sllmento, for which Benson's Capclne Plasters
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opplieatlon is of ilie least benefit Endorsed by
5,000 Physicians aud Druggicts. Beware of Imi-
tations tinder similar sounding names, such as
"Capsicum," "Capsicln," or -'CapMclue."
Ask for Benson's and take no others. Examine
carefully when vou bu/ All druggist*.
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PLEASE DON'T FOBOET IT
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or break up afresh cold In 24 hours. $2.50 per
bottle, three bottles $t>.50. ( raddock A Co.,
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Wire and Fencing.
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HENRY WI»E UARNETT, Attorney at
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Washington, D. C. houd for INVENTOR'S
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W. H CHE31ER& SON, 28Bor.d St.,N Y.
STAPLE! FANCY DRY GOODS
** ■ *
Clothing, Hats, Boots and Shoes and Notions.
WHOLES ALE RETAIL GROCERS.
•Free Delivery to all parts of the City."
Farmers' Plow and Implement Department,
Located on Central R. R- track, in Amsler block, containing
Plows, Cntlivators, My Plows,IMoiers, ReapersSBMers, Rales, Etc
Buggies and Wagons.
WHAT IS XT ?
Why, this is the cheapest* lightest draft in the world*
-FOR SALE BY-
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
STAPLE 11 FANCY GROCERIES
Imported and Domestic
Western and Texas Produce, \
WINKS, LIQUORS, CIGARS, TOKAOOO,
Dolioac.'e8, Oandios, Preserved Vegetables, Ifraifc, JVleat
tifeh, Pickles, Canned Fruit, Krits, etc.
dole Agent off Anhauser'a Celebrated St. Lonia Beer
fig" ICE IN QUANTITIES AT LOWEST RATES HM
IV"Lowest wholesale prices to the trade! Pays the highest market
price for Cotton and other prodnce.
Toilet Articles, Etc.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
A full supply of all tbe
ftimeri** in end ess variety,
pounded at all hours, day or nigl
popular patei I aiedicines. Toilet articles and fine per*
Physicians prescriptions carefully and accurately com-
nigflf .... ... M
LANGE & GEHRMAN,
A i' S
Hardware, Stoves I Tinware,
QUITMAN STREET, BRENHAM, TEXAS.
• • . - • ...v r ■■ ■ . • «
Special attention given to Roofing, Guttering and Plumbing. Contracts token for cor-
rugated iron roofing and siding. Galvanised iron cornice made to order.
. Repairing of all kinds will receive prompt attention.
• .KAMPHANN, President
OTTO KOEIILER, Sec'y and Cen'l Manager
Par a cbeck for tit we will print* tea-line ad-
▼•rtlMnent In Oae Million itauw ol laadlajr
American Xewspapcn. This 1» at tbe rate or
only one-fifth «f a cent a line tor 1000 Circulation!
The advertisement trill be placed before One
Million dUP»r»»t «ew»|)»uer purcha- er»:—or Ptm
Million itSADXa*. Ten lines will aooommodate
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Celebrated Laser and Specially Brewed
"SELECT" BOTTLED BEER.
ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE GIVEN
C. MINKWITZ, Jr., Agent, Brenham, Texas.
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