Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1881 Page: 1 of 4
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Oflicfl of Publication, lliuaett weurlngen building, eorncr ot'St. Charley anil Sandy streets, Bteuluw, lexai. Entered at the 1'iwtnttlcu at Breuhum, Texas, an second-class mail matter.
BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY MOIINING, MA1UJH IT, 1881.
H. E. LUHN,
Druggist X Apothecary,
DRUGS, MEDICINES & CHEMICALS
FINE TOILET SOARS, BRUSH-
ES, COMBS &c., FANCY AR-
Physician's Prescriptions carefully com
pounded arid orders answered with care and
Farmers, Country Merchants and Physi
eians will find my stock of medicine com-
plete, warranted genuine and of the best
South side of public square,
BRENHAM, - - TEXAS.
A full supply of all the popular patent
Toilet articles and fine perfumeries in
Physicians prescriptions carefully and
accurately compounded at all hours, day
or night, janjdtf
. W. SAYLES.
c. h. carlisle.
T. J. ROBRRSON.
H. L, M'CLUNG.
Sayles, Roberson & Co.
Special attention is called to the fact that
we are now representing the following com-
panies: La Confiance Fire Insurance com-
pany, of Paris, France, with assetts amount
ng to $7,895,662 22, of which amount
$573,482 25 is invested in U. S. 4/j per ct
Bonds for the protection of American policy
holders. The Lien Fire Insurance com-
pany of London, with total cash capital of
$5,000,000 and surplus to policy holders of
$1,233,528, of which $500,000 is in U. S.
4 per cent bonds.
All losses in either company promptly
adjusted and paid at the office of Dyer,
Beers & Kenison, eeneral managers for the
state of Texas, Galveston.
SAY1.BS, ROBERSON & CO.
ianl,'8id-wt Office in the Opera House.
FARMING LANDS for SALE
I offer for sale at a bargain 35 acres o.
the Graham tract, one mile cast of the
Brenham Courthouse, all well fenced with
>ost, plank and wire, containing several
jeautiful building sites, overlooking the
city, and the best spring of water within
five miles of the courthouse. It is within
easy walking distance of the public schools.
Also the. farm known as "Hampton;"
two miles west of Brenham, well fenced
with 3 good tenant houses and other im-
provements, besides a fine spring of water,
containing 228 acres.
Also several tracts of wood land conven-
ient to town, and to the above ground.
October 25, 1880. d&w6m.
ROGERS & AMERY,
HOUSE, SIGN AND CARRIAGE
Caliimining and Paper Hanging
Sign work and glaring a specialty.
J®* Estimates furnished at bottom fig-
ures, wirk guaranteed. Lock Box, 16.
CUTLERY. Edge Tools, CASTINGS
Faming Implements, IIocs, Chains, Plow
Iron, Steel, Cooking and Heating Stoves,
Stove Trimmings and Tinware of all kinds.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes and window Glass,
Buggy and Wagon material Rubber Pelting
from to 18 inches wide. Packing of
all kinds, and all articles appertaining to the
Hardware business. Mam street,
fan. 1, '78. Brenham. Texas.
Books and Stationery,
Periodicals and Mazazines,
Minkwitz building, west side Public Square
Mch 5, '8o- tf Bienham, Texas.
The Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe
PLAIN AND FANCY
Dealer in all kinds of
Foreip aufl Domestic Fmits, etc
HOME-MADE CANDY—FRESH EV-
Next door to Giddings & Giddings' Bank
octudml BRENHAM TEX.
and dealer in
IilVH 8 TO O K ,
Corner of Ant and Quitman streets,
The highest market pricc paid in cash
for heel cattle, lings' and sheep.
Apr. i ^ d & w tf.
— AND —
Tlu' foundry an.I maeliinr eboiw are now In
lull lila«l. UVpairlnKof all klmln of machin-
ery, liiillor-", ell-., aspecially.
(aelij'il'l It slit Iron, copper, bra** and
vine, vYti are paying from *l«to »I5 ar .1
Jill per toll for <iW Iron.
i s. I'avtoh, rropiltitor.
niliarr. :ui d.t w 3m.
St. Charles Street,
BRENHAM, : : TEXAS.
This saloon is well stocked at all times
with the finest liquors and wines, and the
best quality of cigars. Polite and attentive
bar-tender to attend to customers. Patron-
T. W. WILLIAMSON,
(Under Central House,)
Ant Street, Brenham, Texas.
0. A. LEHMAN, Protrietor.
Having purchased this saloon from S. II.
Kirscli and stocked it with a full assort-
ment of Choice Liquors, Wines and Ci-
gars, I respectfully solicit a share of pub-
lic patronage. Private room for the bene-
fit of customers. Give me a trial.
jantdtf G. A. LEHMAN.
Has now reached Bclton, county scat of
Bell caunty, between which
and Oalveston this is
THE ONLY DIRECT LINE,
Traversing the centre of Fcrt Bend, Austin,
Washington, Burleson and Bell counties,
AND THE POPULAR ONE
Thence to all points in Texas, and beyond,
North, South, East or West.
Oyer Two Hmiired Miles of Track!
LINP.S IN OPERATION:
Galveston and Houston,
Galveston and Cameron,
Houston and Cameron.
Connections made with the G„ II. & S. A.
Railway at Rosenberg Junction.
Rock Building, corner Quitman and St.
.1.1) McAiloo. W. H. Vinson. J. K. Mc.Ailoo
MeAdoo, Vlason k McAdoo,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice In the District Courts of Wash -
tngton anil surrounding comities, anl tli» su-
perior Courtsnf the rttate, and».' the United
W. II. Vinson. J. K. McAiloo.
VINSON & McADOO,
Attorney* «t Iinw,
AM) URAL K3TATK AGKST8,
Will practice in the comity ami inferior
Conrtsof Washington county. Spetiai atton-
tlon given to llie sale ol real estate in the el'v
and county. OIBce, Month side Public square,
lip-stairs in the Kngelke building.
January 13, MDl-dwly.
C. F. SANDER, Proprietor.
Ice-cold Beer en tap; finest wines, li-
quors and cigars. A cool and pleasant
eitting room is provided for the patrons of
h House. Jnly 7th, 1880-dtf.
AND WAGON YARD,
JACOB NEU, Proprietor.
Quitman Street, east of Asbeck's store,
BRENHAM, - TEXAS.
Has a fresh stock of Groceries,
Beer, Cigars and Tobacco.
E.Coiner St.Charles and Sandy Streets
The bar is supplied with McGibbons
celebrated 8-year old Rye Whiskey, as well
as the finest wines and liquors in the city.
Fine cigars and chewing tobacco always
kept on hand.
St. Louis beer on tap and bottled.
BAR AND BILLIARD SALOBN,
(New Building, South of Opera House)
This saloon occupies the finest building
in the city and is comfortably fitted up with
Billiard and Pool Tables. The bar is sup-
plied with the finest Whiskies in the mar-
ket, as well as Wines and Brandies; also,
Beer and Cigars. MILK PUNCHES are
a specialty. GEO. HIRSHBERG,
April 6-tf with A. L. Lauraine.
BKEKDLOVE h EWINO
Attorney* »«t -Liaw
Attorney at Uaw,
Will practice n civil business only, in all
the courts in Washington county and supreme
court and court of appeals. novleiH7H
C. BAIRD M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeoa,
-gEN. S. ROGERS,
Attorney at Law,
Chappell Hill, Texas.
setil SHErARD. C. C. garrett.
SHEPARD & GARRETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office — Up-stairs in the Grabcr
April 3, 1880-dwiy.
BY RANKIN & LEVIN.
One ropy, one year »|I00
" one month, 75
•1 " one week, »
Oneinch, flrst Insertion, *1 in
Each subsequent insertion, . 50
Liberal terms to quarterly ami yearly ytver-
il«ers. Local notices ten cent* a line eae.h
nsTtlon. Transient advertisements payable
Ian You I
Can you tell why men who
cannot pay small bills can al-
ways find money to buy liquor
and treat when among friends ?
Can any one tell how young
men who are always behind
with their landlords can play
billiards, night and day, and al-
ways be ready for a game of
cards when money is at stake ?
Can any one tell how men
live and support their families,
who have no income and no
work, when others who are in-
dustrious, are half starved?
Can any one tell why four-
fifths of the young ladies prefer
a brainless fop, under a plug
hat, with tight pants and a short
coat, to a man with brains?
Can any 'one tell why it is
that some mothers are always
ready to sew for the distant
heathen when their own children
are ragged and dirty ?
Can any one tell why a man
ho is always complaining that
le cannot afford to subscribe
or the local newspaper, and
every week borrows it from his
neighbor, can afford to attend
every traveling show that comes
into town ?
A Friendly Ministerial Discussion,
Clean the Teeth.
J. T. SWEA11INGEN,
Attorney at Law,
Office in Giddings building, south side of
Pablic square. mch 28-tf.
Dr. E. T. GAZLEY
Would respectfully inform the citizens of
Brenham and vicinity, that he ha* located
among them for the purpose of practicing
his profession. Special attention given to
diseases of females and obstetrics.
Residence at the Randle place, north-
west of the Baptist church.
Office at Jos. Tristram's drug store,
J F. MATCHETT, M. D.
Sargeon and Physician
Respectfully Informs his old friends of this
city and vicinity that he has resumed practice
office at the Central Honse niav'20.
Sandy street, opposite Banner Offic
B. GERBER Proprietor
This Saloon is well supplied at all times
with the finest liquors, winer., St. Louis Ale
and beer; also domestic and imported cigars
Agent at this place for the celebrated Stone-
wall whiskey. A private sitting-room, for
the convenience of customers, is attached to
my saloon. Patronage solicited.
Brenham, January 1st, 1878-dtf.
FORTY MILES SAVED
by taking this line botwecn Brenham and
San Antonio. P&T Twenty miles by tak-
ing it between San Antonio and Galveston,
or vice versa, for
AH Points in Western Texas!
At Areola Junction the •" Midland "
Route connects with the I. & G. N. R. R.
for Columbia, and cities in Braiona county
At Brenham with the IF. & T. C, R. R
for towns on its Western Division.
At Milano Junction with the I. & G. N.
R. R. for Austin, San Marcos, New liraun-
fels to the southwest, and all Eastern con-
nections to the coast and northest.
At Houston with the I. & G. N., the II.
St T. C. the H., E. ft W. Texas, and with
the Texas and New Orleans Railroad
At Galveston with the Morgan Line for
New Orleans, and with the Mallory Line
of steamers for Key West an« New York,
— PKALKMX —
u, AlUUIUU, A/iuvavui,
Swinging Flower Pots, etc., etc.
Pictures Framed to order at reasonable
rales. Main street,next doorto Ncwbouer
Hro.'s, 1'renham, Texas. scptOwt1
Six Express Passengsr Trains
Daily; Low rates; Smooth
track; New equipment,
of the best material.
See that your tickets read by the
Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fc Roac
They can be had at all Agencies, and infor
mation on all Passenger and Immigrant
matters will he cheerfully given by
OSCAR G. MURRAY,
General Passenger Agent, Galveston
J L. EDWARDS,
Contractor and Builder,
Is prepared to contract for building ani
general carpenter work. Estimates and
iesigns furnished at short notice. Special
attention <;ven to job work. Pationag.
solicited ano sa'isfaction guaranteed. Shop
south side of ma.n street,opposite Mclntyre
House. March 2^.1879.
Boot and Shoe Maker,
ST. CHARLES STREET,
Next door to Cotton Exchange Building
Makes boots and shoes to order and
keeps on hand a stock of his own make.
Repairing neatly and promptly done.
Sept oth, i8bo. d}m
VULCAN ST. 1 III REAR OF HEALY'S STORE
lioArtl per day, ..
" " week,
Q H. BEAUMONT, M. D,.
19* Can be found at his office north o
the square in real estate building during
the day and at his residence at ni*ht jam6w
J. T. NORRIS, M. D.
J. M. ROSS, M. D.
NORRIS & ROSS,
Burgeons and Physicians,
Biinham • Texas.
Ten d their professional services to th
zens of Brennam ami vicinity.
■V Office in Giddings' bank building
A PUBLIC WANT SUPPLIED.
Drs. HtrssitY & Marks have opened a
Homeopathic Dispensary on', St. Charles
street, next door to Exchange Hotel, and
have made arrangements to treat all chron-
ic cases of any nature, by supplying suita-
ble accommodations where tney can be di>
rcctly under their care. Any invalid ap
plying by letter, or otherwise, to the Dis-
pensary, can obtain full particulars. Many
years experience in the aWvc justifies them
in assuring the public of their efficiency to
benefit thoie who may avail themselves of
Homeopathic Medicines at New York
prices. Medhine chests tilled or renewed
Drs. Htlisey & .Marks attend to their
general practice when called upon, day or
night. Dr. Geo. Sr. C Hi'ssky, Jk
In charge ol Dispensary
J. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor.
Corner Market aa«l ittli stu.
UALVKSTOJJ, .... TEXAS.
Transient Board, per Day $2.
tJ-Bounl by day, week or month. oct#
Corner Ma'ne Street and Texas Avenne
The Old Capitol Hotel rebuilt and refur-
nished with entire new furniture. Fine
sample rooms, and especial attentian to
traveling commercial gentlemen,
LI.. BAR NFS, IVoprietnr
Peter I.oiseu.e, Steward.
JOHN A. RANDLE,
— Dealer in —
(At R. D. Harm'old atand,)
IN THE GRABCR BUILDING.
f* receiving and will keep in store a varied
jsswtment ol choice Groceries and Ta-
ble Supplies; Cigars, Tobacco Ac.
Chickens, egg*, butter and ail hind
of cotntry produce wand
bei»tcmbe'. 23d, 188a d&wtf
Many people seem to forget
that character grows, that it is
not something to be put on
ready-made with manhood or
womanhood, but that day by
day, here a little and there a
ittle, it grows with the growth
and str... gthens with strength,
until good or bad, it becomes
almost a coat of mail. Look at
man of business—prompt, re-
iable, conscientious, yet clear
teaded and energetic. When
do you suppose he developed
all those admirable qualities?
When he was a boy. Let us
sec the way in which a boy of
ten gets up in the morning,
works, plays, studies, and we
will tell you just what kind of a
man he will make. The boy
that is late for breakfast and
ate at school stands a poor
chance to be a prompt man.
The boy who neglects his du-
ties, be they ever so small, and
then excuses himself by saying,
"I forgot; I didn't think," ,vill
never be a reliable man. And
the boy who finds pleasure in
the suffering of weaker things
will never be a noble, generous,
kindly man—a gentleman.
A Good Housewife.
The good housewife, when
she is giving her house its
spring renovating, should bear
in mind that the dear inmates
of her house are more precious
than many houses, and that
their systems need cleansing by
purifying the blood, regulating
the stomach and bowels to pre-
vent and cure the diseases aris-
ing from spring malaria and
miasma, and she must know
that there is nothing that will
do it so perfectly and surely as
IIop Bitters, the purest and best
medicines. See other column.
Mark Twain is very angry
with Gen. Francis A. Walker,
superintendent of the census, (or
that joke on him which has been
going the rounds for some time
past. It will be remembered
that Walker pretended to have
visited Twain and found him
standing on a stump and calling
himself the Egyptian obelisk.
The story has caused a great
deal of merriment at Mark
Twain's expense, and he is get-
tine cross over it. He says
Walker is crazy, or at least has
lost his census.
Several nights ago Rev. Mr.
Mulbury, Presbyterian minis-
ter, and Rev. Mr. Sassafras
Swing, methodist circuit rider,
stopped at a hotel in Little Rock.
The two men had held union
meeting together and were
friends. They agreed to occu-
py the same room, and when
they had been "shown Hp," a
pleasant conversation on the
general welfare ol the church
was introduced by Mr. Mulbury.
"Yes," said Brother Sassafras
Swing, placing his feet on the
round of the chair, and begining
the work of removing his shoe,
"it is good the preachers of dif-
ferent denominations talk to
"It Advances the causc," re-
plied Mr. Mulbury. "It removes
the gospel car with more celeri-
ty for ministers to exchange
"Mr. Mulbury, why is it you
alters say ministers? You ain't
ashamed of preacher, are you ?"
"I say minister because it is
correct. I was taught at college
to speak correctly, and I intend
to do so."
"Peter, the fisherman didn't
have no such foolishness."
"No, and Peter could noo pre-
sent the gospel so eloquently
and feelingly as Paul."
"Paul might have had more
book larnin', but when you
struck him on the subjcct of !
horse sense, Peter was the cap- j
tain. I have said it many a
time, and I expect to say it '
many time more, that I'm glad
that I never rubbed my back
agin a college wall."
"That's intende'! as a fling at
me," said Mr. Muluury, emphat-
ically. "Anybody could dis-
cover the fact in a moment, Mr.
Swing, that you never rubbed
your head .iga'nst a collegc
"I can pre„ , all nd you,
all the same."
"You couldn't preach a gen-
uine sermon to save your life."
"Well I'll just bet you 15000
bundles of fodder and a young
heifer that I can preach the
socks right offen you. And
don't you forget it. I've rid a
circuit too long to be bullrigged
by a school-house top-knot."
Mr. Mulbury's face flushed.
He looked at his companion for
a moment, arose and said:
"I dislike to use violent lan-
guage but allow me to say that
you are an ignorant old liar."
Brother Sassafras Swing
sprang to his feet, kicked his
shoes out of the way, shoved up
his sleeves and exclaimed: 1
didn't want any truck with you,
but you've raised my bile. Cut
The two men dived at each
other. Mr. Mulbury jammed
his thumb in Swing's eye, and
exclaimed: "He that hath eyes
to see let him see." Mr. Swing
reached around, caught Mul-
bury's ear between his teeth, and
muttered: "He that hath ears to
hear let him hear"
The porter heard the racket,
rushed into the room and at-
tempted to separate the men.
Swing bit him on the leg. Fin-
ally the clerk and two drummers
rushed in and dragged the men
into the hall.
"The uneducated brute!"
"The school house top knotl
puffed Brother Sassafras Swing.
"I can fan the tii ks offen him
any time." It has been consid-
ered better not to take the case
in court.—Little Rock Gazette.
From an excellent article on
"the care of the teeth," by J.
C. Layard, in a recent number
of the Phrenological Journal,
we clip the following:
In order to preserve the
teeth from decay, tarter must
not be allowed to accumulate
on them. In other words, the
teeth must be kept clean, per-
fectly clean. As long as this
is done they will not be likely
to decay; and this is the whole
secret of the matter. In order
to prevent accumulation of tar-
tar, and to keep the teeth clean,
you must have a good brush,
and then you must use it pro-
perly. This is a prime neces-
sity, without which nothing can
be done. We have used a
tooth-brush from an early pe-
riod of our life. The result is
that though past middle age we
still have most of our teeth.
We might have had them all
yet, but we did not begin to use
a brush quite soon enough.
Our two brothers never made
use of a brush. The conse-
quence is, that though younger
men than ourself, they both had
lost their teeth over a score of
years ago; and the had the ad-
vantage of having had original-
ly better teeth than ours were,
and better health generally.
Our mother-in-law was one of a
family of four girls. She had a
tooth-brush and used it; the
others had not. At sixty-five
years of age she has her teeth,
and her sisters are toothless.
Hut why multiply illustrations?
These are but two out of many
instances of like nature that
have fallen under our observa-
tion. In short, the difference
between a tooth-brush and no
tooth-brush is, in many cases,
we believe in most, just the
difference between teeth and
Hon Best to Remove Warts I
This question was discussed
at the last meeting of the Con-
necticut Board of Agriculture.
One gentleman said a large
wart on the udder of his heifer
prevented her being milked,
lie was recommended to apply
grease or oil, at frequent inter-
vals. Boiled linseed oil has
been thus used with good re-
sults. In one case mentioned,
a number of large warts were
removed from various parts of
a horse by bathing them in a
weak solution of potash. When
warts are small at the base,
the) may be removed by a
string frequently tightened—
"tied off" as it is sometimes
called. Warts are more fre-
quent and abundant on young
than old animals. They often
disappear very quickly and
without any application. The
methods for curing human warts
would make a very curious list,
exhibiting many strange and
J. D. Oarr,
— Dealer in —
STAPLE AND FANCY
First doo* west of Opera House.
Having i«mMt*<'"l the xtocli Of Omcpiin
WwntlyVVl by «i»o. A. HWdlmw, l<Uj»ir»
t<> my to hid 1*1 roll- that 1 *^ to ooHtlna*
tlu. iHi.lnrot at taHohl «l»»»l, «'her» I will I"'
plmsml In M-f th«nt. smlsflsoi lon K"*r«iil<'«'l
as to hii*I quality «»l*
II r tioo'l* d'livcrf || tree of .travw wlihln
''A Mart Cold or Utstr«Mlnf t'oogli "
Dry, parched, sore throat, pneumonia,
bronchial and asthmatic attacks, weakened
and debilitated slate of the system, all these
dangerous symptoms are cured l>y "Dr.
Swaync's Compound Syrup of wild Cher-
ry," The first dose gives relief, and the
worst cough and sore lungs yield to ils
healing properties. An occasional dose of
"Swayne's I'ills" should be taken to keep
the bowels free. They are excellent for tor-
pid liver and bilious complaints.
A Frankfort (Ky.) PhysleUn Writes.
Some months ago the daughter of one of
our prominet citizens was pronounced a
hopeless consumptive. She was very much
reduced In flesh, terrible cough, her life was
gradually wasting away. I recommended
her to use'"Dr. Swayne s Compound Syrup
of Wild Cherry," which she did. In a short
time she was uce from all cough and other
symptoms, and is now rosy ami healthy.
Vti :e 25 cents and $1 00 a bottle, or six
liolttes $5. f he large size is the most eco-
nomical. Prepared only bv Dr. Swnync$
Son, Philadelphia. Sold by druggist*.
"Suve Yonr Hair." Ket>|i It Beautiful.
The "London Hair C" lor Rest or r" is
llie most delightful rirticU ever introduced
to the American people and is totally ditter
ent from all other li:'.ir restorers, king oil;
lirely free from all impure ingredients that
render many oilier articles for the hair in-
noxious. \Vhci ■ baldness, or falling of the
hair exists, or permaturely grayniss, fr«>m
sickness, or other causes, its use will restoie
the natural youthful color, and cause a
healthy growth, cleansing the scalp fiom all
impurities, dandruff. iVe.. at the same time
a most pleasing and lasting hair dressing,
fragrantly perfumed, rendering the hair soft
and pliable making it an indispensable arti-
cle in every toilet.
Ask your druggists for London Hair Col-
or Restorer. Trice 75 cents a bottle. Six
bottles $4. Main Depot for the United
States, .530 North Sixth sf, Philadelphia.
Itching l'llet—Symptoms mid Cure.
The symptoms are moisture, like perspi-
ration, intense itching, increased by scratch-
ing, very distressing, particularly at
as if pin worms were crawling in and about
the rectum; the private parts are sometimes
affected; if allowed to continue very serious
results may follow. '"Dr. Swayne All-
Healing Ointment" is a pleasant sure cure.
Also for tetter, itch, salt rheun.,.scald.head
Erysipelas, Barbers' itch, blotches n"
ly, crusty, cutaneous eruptions. '
cents, 3 boxes for $1.25. S thy ma!
any address on receipt of price in currem .
or three cent postage stamps. Prepared on-
ly by Dr. Swayne St Son, JJO North Sixth
stieet. Philadelphia, Pa., to whom letters
should be add res. Sold by all druggists.
A bill is before the Connec-
ticut Legislature providing for
ascertaining whether "life is ex-
tinct in a deceased person."
Mr. Robert T. Lincoln is rep-
resented to be a good lawyer
and a man of very fair abilities.
We have seen no good reason
assigned against his appoint-
ment as secretary of war.
Rut one reason urged in favor
of his confirmation we do not
assent to at all. It came from
senator Vest, who warned the
democrats that if they voted
against confirming the nomina-
tion of a son of Abraham Lin-
coln it would be likely to make
their own exclusion from power
We entertain affection and
reverence for the memory of
Abraham Lincoln; but we can
not admit—as Abraham Lincoln
never would have admitted—
that any one, no matter who, in
this country has an hereditary
right to office.—N. Y. Sun.
Burnett's Coeoaiue for loss of Hair.
Chicago, Oct. if, iS8o.
Three years ago my hair was coming out
very fast, and 1 was nearly bald. I was al-
so troubled with dandruff. I began using
bin nctt's Coeoaiue, and my hair immedi-
ately stopped coming out, and has con-
stantly been getting thicker. My head is
now entirely free from dandruff. My wife
has used the Cocoane with equally as gnt-
ifying results. p T> pf.ATT,
with K. Mac\ eogh & Co.
Burnett's Extracts are the purest fruit
ludge James L. Gillis of Iowa
is the only sin yivor among the
men w lio w jrc tried for the ab-
' tction ot William Morgan, the
I travei of Masonic sccrets.
One the judge's sons was
called 1 * the 1 ior of uis resi
dcnce nd sl "t d wn, a tew
years and now .mothci on
has been attacked in the same
way. He believes these at-
tempts arise from the Morgan
affair, though there seems to be
no proof of it.
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Rankin, John G. & Levin. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, March 18, 1881, newspaper, March 18, 1881; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth485242/m1/1/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.