Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 163, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1894 Page: 1 of 4
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BBENHAM DAILY BANNER
brenham, texas, sat uk dat morning, july 14,1894.
The Daily Banner.
Terms of Subscription.
On© copy 1 month 50 eta; 1 year $6.00.
A SUMMER VERSELET.
Down toward a pretty lakelet btrolled a girl
with jetty hair.
Upraised was her charming noselet to inhale
the summer air.
With her lovely dark brown eyelets gazing at
the summer sky,
Such a maid was gentle Minnie lieo liee, ha ha,
hi hi hi.
Littlo flowerlets hid their headlets, by her toe-
lets pressed to earth.
Then they raised them when bhe'd passed
them, breaking forth in joyous mirth,
"Minnie hee hee, Minnie ha ha, Minnie hi hi,
where's your beau?
Minnie, Minnie, hco hee, ha ha, hi hi hi hi, ho
On the brinkletof the lakelet stood t ho maiden
And the riplets of the wavelets kissed her foot-
lets white and bare,
Laughing, cried to one another, "This is Min-
nie, doucher know?
Minnie hee hee, Minuieha ha, Minnie hi hi, ho
'Neath the wavelets sat a crablet, joy depicted
in his eyes
As he watched her rosy toclcts and prepared a
When she felt his gentle pinchlet, rang her
screamlet loud and far.
Cried the crablet, "Caught ye, Minnie hee hee,
hi hi, ha ha ha."
From the woodlets strode her beaulet, flushed
with anger, bravo and grand,
And he grasped a little clublet in his firm, de-
Seized the crablot by its throatlet, dashed its
brains out. Then oried he,
"I have won you, Minnie ha ha; Minnie, you
must marry me.
80011 he led hor to the churchlet, where the
priestlet made them one.
There we'll leave them, bridelet, grooiulet,
happiest pair beneath the sun,
While the bell-lets in the towerlet lift their
joyous clappers high,
Hinging loudly, "Happy Minnie, he he, ha ha,
hi hi hi."
—S. Sheldrake in Union and Advertiser.
llreatliing and tlio "Diagram.'-
Hero is a boy's composition on
breathing: "Breath is made of air.
Wo breathe with our lungs, our
lights, our liver and kidneys. If it
wasn't for our breath, we should dio
when wo slept. Our breath keeps
the life a-going through the nose
when we are asleep. Boys that stay
in a room all day should not breathe.
They should wait till they get out of
doors. Boys in a room mako bad,
unwholesome air. They mako car-
bonieide. Carbonicide is poisoner
than mad dogs. A heap of soldiers
was in a black holo in India, and a
carbonicide got in that there hole
and killed nearly every one afore
morning. Girls kill the breath with
corosits; that squeezes the diagram.
Girls can't holler or run like boys,
because their diagram is squeezed
too much. If I was a girl, I'd rather
be a boy, so I can holler and run and
have a great big diagram."—Argosy.
Th© Sea of Space.
The human mind cannot compre-
hend what is meant by The four little
words in the expression "the sea of
space," nor does tho astronomer live
who can give any idea of its unthink-
ablo immensity. If the volume of
"spaco" included within our solar
system (which is perhaps but a sin
gle train of planets among hundreds
of millions of a similar kind; were
occupied by one single glolte 5,600,•
000,000 of miles in diameter, it would
be but as a feather in the marvelous
spread of "vacancy" surrounding it;
In fact, it has been calculated that in
the space occupied by our solar sys-
tem 2,700,000,000.000,000 globes the
size of our earth could revolve, each
at a distance of 500,000 miles from
the other!-- St. Louis Republic.
The rick I'p riant.
A plant has been found that will
grow in New Jersey soil which will
prove valuable if it can bo trans
planted to rockier grounds of sister
states. It is a peculiar vinelike
growth, which for want of a better
name has been called the "pick up'
plant. Its leaves hang down and are
lM)sse«se<l of the faculty of wrapping
aroand and lifting any small stone
and loose foreign substance which
may come in its way. It is said that
a few of these vines planted on a New
England farm would soon lift the
ljowldcrs from its surface.—Farm and
Lady—Ah! how fortunate that we
should happen to meet you, doctor.
I)o you know, we have been suffer-
ing some time from—from—I think
you term it congestion o£ the brain,
and besides we experience great diffi-
culty in walking. What would you
advise us to take now?
Doctor—A cab, ladies; a cab?—Da-
The water torture is in use in some
penitentiaries. It consists in confin-
ing the prisoner in a closet too small
for him to stir. While he stands
water, one drop at a time, is allowed
to fall from a faucet on his head. It
is said that few persons can endure
this punishment for more than an
Tho experiment of putting earner
pigeons on Sable island, that narrow,
low, sandy island lying to the south
west of Cape Canso, N. S., which has
been called "the graveyard of the
Atlantic," has proved successful.
There have been, it is asserted, says
"The Collector, more remains of mas-
todons and other extinct mammoths
found in the Ichetucknee river, Flor-
ida, than in any other stream in tho
Life Insurance Agent (to a man
-who has angered him)—Fellow, the
•only thing that saves you is the fact
that I insured your- life last week.
—Jiin Webster's barn at Cuero
was burned Thursday.
—Fannie Cook has been arrested
at Taylor for killing her two-year-
—A man named Crisps at Elmo
stabbed a Mr. Chambliss Wednes-
—The Medical Association of
Caldwell county convened Wednes-
Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life
away is the truthful, startling title of a littlo
book that tolls all about No-io-bac, the won
dorful, harmless guaranteed tobacco habit
cure. The C( s*. is trifling and the man who
wants to quit and can't runs no physical or
financial risk in using No-to-bac. Sold by
H. E. Lliun.
Book at drug stores or by mail tree. Ad-
dress the Sterling Komedy company, Indiana
Mineral Springs, Ind.
—-Severro Dopez has been arrested
at San Antonio charged with com-
mitting a most brutal assualt on a
12-year old girl two years ago.
—E. L. Shropshire, a prominent
lawyer at Comanche, committed sui-
cide by shooting himself through
the head with a revolver.
—Dr. Theo. Cass died at his home
near Bockdale last Saturday. He
was 73 years of age, and died from
All Old and Well-tried Itemed} .
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
bceu used for over FIFTY YEARS by MIL-
LION- of MOTHERS for their CH1LD-
R h N W111LK TEETI11 NO,with PERFECT
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the CHILI),
SOFTKNS the GUMS, ALLAYS all PAIN;
CUKES WIND COLIC, and is the best
remedy for DIARRHOE. Sold by Drug-
Cists in every part of the world, lie sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind. Twenty-hve cents a
—At Spring Harris, county the
Agent of the I. & G. N. was held up
—The lumber yard of Cameron &
Co., at Waco, burned last week.
The loss was very heavy, the insur-
ance being about $50,000. The
business will be re-established at
--The saloon of H. K. Tidwell at
Milano, was burglarized last week.
The thieves were discovered leaving
tin house, and were chased live
miles, but escaped.
Intelligent people, who realize the import-
ant part the blood holds in keeping the body
in a normal condition, find nothing strange
in the number of diseases that Hood's Sarsa-
parill.i is able to cure. So many troubles re-
sult from impure blood that the best way to
treat Hum is through the blood, and it is far
better to use only harmless vegetable com-
pounds than to dose to excess with ipiinine,
calomel and other drugs. Hy treating the
blood, with Hood's Sarsaparilla, serofula,
salt rheum and what are commonly called
"humors," dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism,
neuralgia, consumption and other troubles
that originate in impurities of the blood or
impaired circulation, can be all cured.
—Tho democratic club at East-
land adopted a resolution endorsing
Gov. Hogg for president in 1890. A
motion was made to endorse Ilea*
gau for governor, which brought the
Culberson men to the front and a
motion to table resulted in a tie.
The president being a Lanham man,
refused to cast the deciding vute
and the motion was withdrawn in
the "interest of harmony."
—The railroad commission Thurs-
day authorized the La Porte, Hous-
ton and Northern railroad company
to issue $15,000 in bonds per mile
on twenty-six miles of road from
Houston to La Porte. The com-
mission also issued its valuations of
the Wichita Valley, the Panhandle
and the Fort Worth and Denver
railways, as follows : Wichita Val*
ley $48(1,708, Panhandle $100,077,
Fort Worth and Denver $5,771,582.
The Heal Demon of the Marsh
Is not a spook, but a reality. It is neither a
"bogie" nor a "kelpie,-' nor any other of
those spirits which tho credulous have sup-
posed to haunt the banks of rivers and
streams after dusk. Its name is malaria, and
though invisible, it is veiy terrible and tensc-
ious when it seizes you. Hostetter's Stomach
letters drives it away, nor will it attack those
(.■'hose systems are fortified with the great
medicinal defensive agent. The miasmatic
mists of early morning, the vapors exhaled at
eventide may be saiely breathed by those pro-
tected by the Bitters. In the tropics where
every form of malarial disease threatens the
sojourner, and is particularly virulent when
developed, the Hitters is the best reliance of
the inhabitant. For dyspepsia, liver com-
plaint, lack of vigor, appetite and sleep; for
rheumatism and nervousness the Bitters are
a sure and safe remedy.
A Guil«l«M Girl.
They sat in the front row at tho
theater (she was a middle class maid-
en to whom a chaperon was an un-
known social element), and he liegan
to imagine that he had never been in
love before. She was so innocent, so
childish, so unused to the ways of tho
world that he longed to fly with her
to some desolate island far, far away.
"You will go out with me again to-
morrow night, will you not;" he ask
She shook her head slowly, and
the innocent blue eyes turned to his.
"I am sorry." she said, "but 1 can-
not give you another evening until
next, week "
"Not until next week?"
"No. You see." she whispered,
"you art; tho newest beau to my
string, and I merely took you on to
make up the list of seven one for
each evening in the week, you know.
Now. if I took you out of your turn,
it wouldn't Iw fair to the others—
lltr .HfU'i 1 mil*.
Agnes - Well, 1 want a husband
who is easily plea§el.
Maud I>on't worry, dear; that's
the kind vou'll «ret.~Elmira Gazette.
GRAPPLING FOR COTTON.
How Stealing Wat* Done In the Days Just
After the War.
"Railroading is not what it used to
be," sai 1 the veteran knight of the
rail, Thomas Lincoln, as ho leaned
back in his chair and became remi-
niscent. "Just after the war I was
running on a freight in Mississippi.
We had a crew of 10—an engineer,
fireman, wood passer (for we burned
wood), a conductor, four brakemau
and two guards. The conductor got
1150 i>er month, the engineer £110
and the rest of tho men $00 per
month each. We made a round trip
a week between Jackson and New
' 'Cotton was about the only f reiglit,
and we hauled that loaded on flat
cars. We took tho guards along, as
the natives were in the habit of lying
in the brush beside the road, throw
ing out a grappling hook, which
made itself fast to a bale of the cot-
ton as we passed by, and yanking
that samo bale into the wilderness.
The cotton was then loaded on it wag-
on, driven to the nearest station and
sold, to lie again harpooned and re-
sold. Sorno of tho natives drove a
prosperous business in this sort of
"One night about 9 o'clock we
stopped for water at a sort of out of
the way place, and as we had to wait
for some time to let another train
pass wo all went to the engine except
the guards, who remained in the
rear. The gentlemen of tho har-
pooning industry watched tliischance
to come to tho center of the train
and carry off a few bales of cotton.
WTe discovered the theft ljeforo we
were ready to start and made up
our minds to hunt up the missing
cotton. The whole crew started out
armed with revolvers. Wo easily
found the track of the wagon but a
few rods from tho railway and suc-
ceeded by the aid of a lantern in fol-
lowing it through the woods to a hut
a half mile or so away. There was
tho wagon standing under a tree,
but the mules were unhitched, and
the cotton had disappeared.
"We walked up noiselessly to the
cabin and stepped in with drawn re-
volvers. There were two men play-
ing seven up with a pack of greasy
cards. They did not seem alarmed,
but a little argument from behind
the guns persuaded thein to hitch the
mules to the wagon, and we found
tho stolen bales under a pile of straw.
The bales were loaded on the wagon
and hauled back by the very men
and mules that had carried thein off
a couple of hours before, and we were
troubled no more by that pair of
robbers."—St. Louis Republic.
Chronic Malarial Infection.
According to Professor Looniis, it
is not necessary in malarial infection
that a person should have distinct
intermittent paroxysms. It is (piito
sufficient that he reside for a long
time in a malarial district, as he is
constantly exposed to the poison, and
were this patient to move away from
where he is at present living to a
place free from malarial emanations
he probably would have two or three
severe malarial paroxysms, after
which it is far more amenable to
treatment than now.
(Quinine or arsenic will not relieve
him unless he can remove from the
malarial district in which he now re-
sides; place him in a nonmalarious
locality, and quinine will then have
its controlling power over the disease;
but so long as this patient remains in
a malarious district, largo doses of
quinine do more harm than good.
Further, Professor Looniis remarks
that if the disease progresses without
even temporary relief being obtained,
splenic enlargement will increase,
the liver will become involved and
general dropsy finally terminate the
case.— New York Tribune.
An Aid to Matrimony.
The window dresser in our large
cities often takes his theme in the
way of a nicely furnished liedroom or
a parlor. These little pictures of house-
keeping are very taking. Abroad
the dresser has gone a step farther.
He will furnish a kitchen with its
range, pots, kettles, plumbing and so
on. Or ho will build up a dining
room, with its table filled with cut-
lery, flowers, silverware, crockery,
novelties in electric cooking, etc. In
all cases every article is placarded in
a neat, unobtrusive way, so as not to
offend good taste. The result is that
many a couple strolling by take a
sudden impulse to get married, for
there are few girls who, after they
look upon a picture of that sort, have
not an itching desire to set that table
and cook in that kitchen. Hardware.
The Nervous System the Seat
of Life arid Mind. Recent
No mystery Ii:ih ever compan il with th;it of
human lifo. It lias been the le;nlin- -uhjcct
of professional research and in all Hires.
But notwithstanding this fact it is tmi nrr-
Mlly lit. w ri
t h<i t tl< M at
of lift- iv |.m\v
ted in lhe up-
per p.irt of I he
vSpinii I eor (1.
Hear t lie Immj
of l he It r a i ii .
find so sensi-
tive U this
port inn of i he
tem that e\ i ii
t lie prick of a
Recent discoveries have demount rati«! that
all t lie organs of the body are undt i -,1 run.
trol of the nerve center-, lo-ai. d i*
the base of t he brain, and 1 hat w In ; . re
deranged th# organs whieli thev -upp mIi
nerve fluid are also deranged. When n • ie-
metnl>er» d llrit a seriou- injury t<. the -i»""al
Cord will cause paralysis of the Podv I • !-i\v
the injured point, berau-e iheii'i\» for. e i-
prevented by the injury from rea. h n-rile
paralyzed portion, it will l>e understood how*
the. derangement of the nerve enters will
:\iuse thederaiijrcrneiit of the various organs
which t hey supply with nerve foive
Two-1 birds of ehroni.- di-ea-r- are due to
the Ini, lerfe'M net ion of \ he ner\e renters at
the base of I ho brain, not from a deranpe-
menl primarily ork'inatim.' in the organ It-
self. The great mistaUe of physicians In
treating these diseases is that they treat the
organ rather than the nerve renters which
are the cause of the trouble.
Die. Fiianki.in Miik- the celebrated spe-
cialist,has profoundly • ndird I his subject for
over 20 years, and has u..ide many important
discoveries in Conner t ion wit h it. chief among
them being the farts contained in the above
statement, and that the ordinary methods of
treatment are wrong. All headache, dizzi-
ness, dullness, confusion, pressure, blues,
mania, melancholy, infinity, epilepsy, .Su
Vitus dance, etc.." an- nervous diseases n
matter how caused. The wonderful success of
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine is flue to the
fact t hat it is ba-ed on t he Ion-.Ming principle.
Du. Milks' K«:stou.vhv > i :ivine Is solu by
all druggists on a posit iv • i.i ra ntee, or sent-
direct, by Dm. Milks Miihk \i. Co., Elkhart,
Ind.. on receipt of ptir.-. si ?>er bottle, bIx
bottles for ST>. express prepaid. It coutfclaa
either opiates nor dangerous drugs.
in money: also other valuable
premiums t-. good gueHsers.
1JASK ItAI.I, lCnt It iirtlaHt*,
this is voiir opportunity. See
oiler HOME A1TD C0U1TTE7 MA3A2I1IE. I'rie* J.V..
All Newsdealers; or.VI Kast PMh street,New York.
Modeling In Clay.
Love has been tho mainspring of a
good many actions, and it seems that
it may claim to be'tlie first cause of
artistic modeling from life. The
daughter of Dibutadea thoCorinthian.
being on the eve of reparation from
her lover, who was going on a (lis
tant journey, traced his profile by his
shadow on the wall. Her father filled
up the outline with clay, which he
afterward baked, and thus produced
a figure of the young man. This was
about 985 B. ('., and liefore then the
art of modeling was unknown. - -New-
A Quiet tiamo.
Nervous Mother -You have l>eeu
very good and quiet for the la^t half
hour. It's the first peace I've had to-
day. What have you been playing?
Little Daughter—We's l>eeu play-
ing cemetery. Johuny was zee«orp«e,
an I was zee headstone.—Good Newt.
For Young Ladies. Roanoke, Va.
Open-September 12, I SI* I. One of the leading
School■> for Young Lftdie* in the South. Mag-
nitlee.it lniildiiigH, till modern improvement*.
Campus ten aryes. i.rand mountain scenery in
valley of \a., famed Ior health, hiirupean find
American tcacher-. Full cour-e. In Art and
Music unexcelled. I'upils from seventeen state-.
Fur catalogues address the IVe.Mdeni.
W. II. 1IA1CKIS, l>. I)., Koanoke, Yu.
F I E N D."
will positively protect ll<n.-es and Cattle from
any annoyance from Flie-. (inatsand Insects of
every kind, improves appearance of the coat,
dispensing with My net-. Kkcom.mkndep hy
iiiot-ANps. Try it and be convinced Price
of ' *FI\-tiend, including brush, quart can-,
SI.OO;'half gallon, one gallon,
< >ne gallon will last :» head of horses or cattle an
entire ,-ea.*on. Beware of imitations. Address
Creseent Mfg. Co., 'ilOtl Indiana Ave..
Clp&npca ami Wa..ifici the hair.
Promotes a luiurimit growth.
Never Fails to Restore Gray
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cures scalp iIim-hm'* «V hair tailing.
5"e,aml 11 "Q at PruggitU
IV Parker's Ginger Tome. It cure* tin' worM touph,
Weak l.unpa, Debility, Inriigrstion, Pain, Take iu lime. 'J)eta.
HINDERCORNS. The nnlv Burr c.;re tor Cor^a.
Stoua all nam. Ijc. at Dru^giits, or lll.vCOA k CO., l.
lalcosthe borne rlrc
i makes the home pirol» cotnpleto. Tbi»
) ureat Temptrnnce Drink gives pleas-
i urc and liculih *.o every memt>er or toe
I family. A 2T>c. package iuaUea 5 gal-
I Ions. Ho sura and got the genulae.
■Sold everywhere, Mnd# only by
I The Chas. E. Hires Co., Philada.
I 8-. n<i If. atfttnp for bcaotlful Plotore CaMa *r»4 Btok.
Monroe, La., Fob, 2, 1804.
"For days and uigbts I suffered the ago-
nies of the damned. with Neuralgia of the
Knee Joint. Ono application of
Dr. C. F. BROWN'S
relieved me. Unit' (I 25 CCIlt bottl©
cured liio. I make this statement hop-
ing some other person may bo relieved.
Tell it to tho people.'' c. BRYAN.
|Tf o TUC ^IIIH that ciirc# Pain of cv«ry iort.
II 0 I IIL NI (l U that hon Ixjen in n?c 35 years.
Don't be deceived hy substitutes.
At Orugqists, 25 cts Made only by th§
C. F. BROWN CHEMICAL CO.. 72 John St.. New York
CNDCRteo or th« Hiohkst MtoicaL autmonrfite.
1 SUA Lit U will cur« yon. A
wonderful boon to futTerert
from Colds, SoreTkraat,
or HAT FKV1B. Afordt
inxmtdiatt rtlUf. An effleieut
remedy, convenient to carry
1n T*>ek*ts renrty to n*e on flr*t Indication of cold.
Continued I in KflTerte I'eraaicot Cere.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Frlea,
r»0 cte. Trial freo *t Dnuglflia. Bftfletered mall.
00 i-eute. H.Ji. CUSEX1I, Mfr., Tkm Havm, Kict, 0. S. L
UTIITUni The «ure*t and mfeat remedy for
IWK.I1 I ilUL ail «itin di*ca»ca, Kctcma.Iteh.Ball
Rheutn,o!«l Soree. Burna, Cut*. Wonderful rem
edj for JPH.K8. Price, *.% ete. nt I>ruff- D11 M
gleta or by mnti prepaid. Ad Iroiw m above. PFHUWI
For Swlr 1>> It. K. I.I'UN llrvnham, IVxna
DR. II. E. (iAEDCKE,
(Suce.cirPor to IM .1 E Mu*e 1
hio nunc, m enm us imm im
It i •• ii It a mi lexa*.
Don't You Believe a Word of It
-Sim IF ANY ONE SAYS THATH#^S-
BROCKSCHMIDT & HOHLT
ain't in it, for we have one of the Largest and Best selected
Stocks that evei was seen in Brenham, and you ought to see
our Line ot Spring Goods in the way of Dress Goods,
White goods, Laces and Embroideries—They are Beauties.
IVtillinery-"W"e are on Top
Ribbons, yon ought to see tlmui. The W. B. Oovset was awarded the First
Prize al tho World's Columbian Exposition. Tfv it and you will never
wear any other. Everyone guaranteed or money refunded. We have an
elegant line of Lace Curtains: come and see them. When it conies to Shoes
For wo oarry some of the Best ^
Alakcfl—Hamilton-Brown, Sachs'. |
LadieB* Fine Shoos, Fargo's 82.50;
Men's Shoos. If you want a nice:
fit, solid comfort and good quality,
try us. Clothing—wo havo a large 1
lino, nice and ^cheap. You ought
to soo our Jorsoy Suit* for Boys.;
It' you want anything in tbia
line, don't fail to see us lor
WE ABE IN IT ALL OVER
If we can got you trade on the
merit of fir. j goods, honest dtal
ing, good attention, and
We would like to have it, for we appreciate your trade as
well as anyone,
And Make Your Dollar Swell to the Size of a Car Wheel,
in spending it with us. Won't you give us n trial? Trust-
ing that you will, we are yours truly,
BROCKSCHMIDT & HOHLT,
Main Street, Brenham, Texas-
THE OLD RELIABLE
Under the Opera House,
Is supplied at all times with the
very bost and purest articles of
Wines, Liprs, Brandies and Cigars.
All goods guaranteed to bo as;
roprosontod or money rofundi d. j
Prompt and Polite Attention and a ;
Generat Invitation extended to al!!
when in need of somethiDi; in our j
Mixed Drink* a .Specialty'
L. F. GRASSMUCK. Proprietor, j
Heart Shingles, Windows, Doors,
Brick, Lime and Cemont,
Gennine Glidden Fence Wire.
Z * s ejj
^ i js~r rt ~ u
* ?•« c t ^
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. ~ O 3 0 -, t*." i, jij
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Moat, 1 Stuftors,
Axes and Hatchets,
COOK AN!) HEATING ST<lVK8.|
august Andreck | TAKE A VACATION
Hafner & Andreckj ,
FOR A WEEK.
It will'cost you only $2.80 from
Santa Fe Route.
Fresh liroml always on hand, l'ound
Cakes, Douglmuts, Ginntr Snaps, and all
kinds Pies and Gorman cake.
Full lino of Family Groceries, Beer,
Cij»ars and Tobacco.
Free delivery to any part of tho city.
KUKSH MEATS OK A I.I, KIND AT
In the Hauiihuann uew building, on
First street. SAUSAGE FACTORY
in connection. The neatest, clef n-
est placo of the kind iu the city. A
share of vour patronage solicited.
RemoTen Frcoklet, PimpUt.
Livtr • Met**, Bl..hh«.d»|
Stmbarn »ad T»n, and re-
store* tho iktn to it* origi-
ntl freshness, producing a
clear and healthy com-
plcxlon. Buperior to all face ^ '
preparntlons and perfectly harmless. At all
druggists, or mailed lot SOcts. Bend (or Circular.
IS now prepared to furoiib BaA*s and
STatNO for Celebrations, Fes'.
Balls, &c., at short notica. AH orders rnus
fceaddrese'to I'ko?. Wm.Vo^.Leadei,
VIOLA rXIN »OAP '• '"oNr II
•kin ruriMi>4 Mtiiu s* tb« MS. uS ■Dkuat •
rinl kt dw mtnmy. AimhiulIjjtn tmi SdtaMtr
we*. 11 PHm2S Cults.
G. C. BITTNER A. CO.. Toledo, O.
For Stlcbv Kl. t/ Ll UN, Breuli»iu,Teiu
CHANGE OF FIRM.
Sawed and Split for Stove* and fire place
delivered to any of the City at $4.60 pel cord
'ash ot delivery. Yard near Central heigh
depot. O. A. LIN UKM ANN
The rtrni of Albert Wilhelin, Jr.,
has been changed to Albert Wllhelm,
Jr., & Co. Mr. Fritz Hartmann having
purchased an Interest in the business.
They are dealers In buggy*, wagons,
farm implements and do general re-
pair work, and the firm thanking the
public for the patronage extended the
old firm, aak a continuance of the
sauae. All accounts due the old firm
are payable to the new firm, who have
assumed all outstanding indebted-
uess of the old firm.
ALBERT WILHELM, J*.
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Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 163, Ed. 1 Saturday, July 14, 1894, newspaper, July 14, 1894; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth484503/m1/1/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.