Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 303, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1899 Page: 1 of 10
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I We take pleasure in an
to our patrons
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at c»n-be pro-
We shall ha pleased to
have you call and give
them a trial, feeling tbat
^'.MUPl b« better sstii
thee on the market.
g of all third-class claims
against the Knittel estate, ag-
* ^ ng mooo.
In tho estate o! Willie and
ed; bond of W. C. Hazle-
withT. J. Pier, Henry
,A. J. Hazlewood, sureties
examined and approved.
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e also carry a full line of the celebrated Hamilton-Brown
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Uovember Term Adjourned Saturday—
Probate Orders. I
e November teem of counter
couft adjourned for tUo term
v An order was ante#
County Clerk O. A. Seward,
has reoeived a letter from Dr.
Marvin L. Gra
dent cf the Sou
Asjrlum at Ban An
that Miss Malissa "Newman
b#en given admission.
J. 0. Fischer re
CHAPPELL HLLL'JUSTICE COURT.
Queer Sign in Front of the Temple of
lator PetUsrrew has answer-
for the week
ilpta Iw tfc» l<w«»n,
Kleburg %u Introduced a S>» g«®«^ impreMkm »mODg
•oviding tot deeper water *11 »1m«m <rf cotton men.inolad-
rpus Chrleti."*| Midnto-.
lei Qompere waeeerionely ere o« the eteple, tethet the onp
wttb • » precUoelly gathered Mid that
I only a very email peir c.nt. re.
malne natold. jBMX ' h
i Remedy has saved
'W ^ m _ _
of crottDV children.
>nw ■ •' »ew
tor cold* «sd
to Jj ooUW,
rta desires the oott
^ - feed Store Burglarized.
The grain slid feed store o
Abbott* located along the
the Central railroad on Clinton
d by removing the hinges
one of the large doors. 'Hie
flare failed to find anything
value and by way of playing
>en on being disappointed, they
tooeeded to demolish the tele-
phone and deface some of the
-"ice furniture. Burglary ap-
irs to be an epidemic at thia
to hfl'n yon make up your
minds early 1 offer * on
offer a discount
of 15 per cent
m my stock, «-
- _ «dimat*<te of this oppor-
tunity you will have a much more
to come etrly, make your
you We ready for them.
regular monthly term of
justice court for the Ohappell
Hill precinct was held Saturday.
Attorneys W. C. Henderson
and Browning were the only
"* en ham lawyers in at-
tendance. The following in-
scription hangs above the door of
courtroom at Chappell Hill:
>J&ns Ready for Uuse." it is
explained by the fact that Justice
Campbell is an unkertaker in ad-
dition to his official duties and is
meant to inform the publio that
ready-made coffins are constant-
ly in stock. On the uninitiated
it conveys about the same im-
pression as did the words that
aaw insoribed above the
portals to the infernal regions:
"Abandon Hope, all ye who en*
Catarrh Cannot El Cored
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
oannc* jeach the seat of the disease. Ca-
tarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure i« taken in-
ternally and acts directly on the blood and
mucous hurface#. Hall's Catanh Cure is
not a quack medicine. It Was prescribed by
one of the best physicians in th* Country for
years, and is a regular prescription. It is
composed of the best tonics known, cem
bined with the best blood purifiers, acting
directly on the mucous sui faces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cunug
Catarrh. Send for testimonies, free,
f. J CHENEY & CO., Props.,
|p;. BURTOK ITEMS.
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The farmers tributary to i
place are in a very prosperoi
condition on account of the gc
price obtained for their cc
Receipts of cotton at this
will be about the same as la
Quite a number of weddings ||
have taken place within the last
week among the farmers.
The Idlewild olub' composed of
Burton young ladies and gentle-, i
men, continue to hold their week-
ly entertainments. SL
The young nimrods of this
place, each one of who has a
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Sold by Druggists, piice 78c.
Hall s Family Pills are the best.
An Annonymous Letter.
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i few hours and is re-
iesS| and all liver
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The sheriff's office at this place
is in receipt of the following rath-
er extraordinary letter:
WHARTON, Texas, Dec. 4.189&
Sheriff of Washington County.
Sir:—Warn all tradespeople
; to employ a man by the name
of —-—, as he is dangerous in
community and the greatest
rascal unhung. The letter is
signed, "A Good Citusen of
Wharton County," and contains
the further injunction to enquire
this DKCOUNT_wiix the sheriff of Wharton county.
It is written in an exoellent'back*
hand and is postmarked at Whar-
ton, Texas. ^ - >%■
pump shotgun that he thinks is
the best on earth, pay frequent
visits to flagpond after ducks.
Several of Burton's citizens
will take in the Fruit, Flower and
Vegetable Festival at Houston,.
and also the skat tournament.
A special to the Houston Post
from Cameron says:
"Major J. S. Terry, one of Mi-
lam county's oldest oitizens, died
at his residenoe fivemiles south of
Cameron, yesterday afternoon at
at the ripe old age of 91 years.
Major Terry was known and
respected by Milam county
id a gloom was east <ivap his
ifs MffiM ■
and many of them wfil attend his
funeral this afternoon at the
Winston burying ground near
Major Terry was for years a
resident of Chappell Hill, moving
from there to Milam county just
subsequent to the war of the 00's.
He will be remembered and the
news of his death will be regret*
acquaintances among |he older ,
residents of Washington county.
Hfft %IWir./ ''jufln* W.y-S$
For Orer Fifty Years.
Mrs. Winslow*s Soothi^ Srrun ha. been '
, a number' of pre»-
putjtfde to be delh
Xmas. We would be glad I
, tae same for you.
We never had
[er and more
Die Oermania society will cel-
ebrate the evening of Christmas
with a very magnificent Christ
mas tree in the hall; On Sylves
ter evening a large ball will oe-
our. The Second Regiment
orohestra has been engaged for
both occasions*. A committee con
sisting of Ch. Welkens and Ed
fitaubelt will call on the business
men for contributions to the
vV>f < i IfwWi . ,, ; I
use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
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and all unnatural looseness of U
It always cures. For sale by R.]
no other kind
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entert^ned the School Girls'
Glee club oir Saturday afternoon.
A large number of the little
maidens were present and sever-
hours were pleasantly spent In
game., xmg. ml refrwhrnenta.
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Look out for something to the
point in our next issue on- the
hospital subject that will aid you & y ^
in arriving at a conclusion as to
what you will do with the propo-
sition before you.
Lost—Roan horse about two
ieks age, from three miles of
v^iiappell Hill; no brand; between
Id and 17 hands high; erco&f in
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 303, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1899, newspaper, December 10, 1899; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth485356/m1/1/: accessed July 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.