Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 73, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 26, 1885 Page: 3 of 4
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' Of Brenham.
tor alderman—first ward.
O, B. Pottke is hereby announced as a
candidate for alderman from the second
ward, election first Tuesday in April.
TOR AUH&MAK—wkxwfd WARD.
E. C. Abbott ia hereby announced as ,
candidate for Aidcnnan tor the Third Ward,
at the ensuing election.
R. E. Luhn is hereby announced as a
candidate for re-election n Alderman for the
Second Ward. . Election first Tuesday in
The undersigned ia hereby announced as
ft strictly independent canlidato for tho
office of City Marshal at the ensuing election,
to be held on April 7, 168ft. .
P. M. Harvin is hereby announced as a
candidate for re-election to the office of City
Marshal, at the ensuing election, first Tues-
day in April. V .
t for assessor and collector.
E. L. Sallky is hereby announced as a
candidate for reflection to the office of city
assessor, and collector. Election first Tues-
day in April.
We are authorized to announce Thomas
M. Harris as a candidate for Tax Assessor
and Collector of the city of Brenhnm." Etoc
tion April 7, 1886.
To Our Customers and Friends.
Appreciating the fact of a growing de-
mand for field peas, we have secured a ship,
meni of the genuine Louisiana cow peas, to
arrive in a few days. These peas besides be-
ing excellent and economical stock feedjtave
been proved conclusively to be a very su>
Blade eyed peas now on hand, fresh and
Osr White Bolted meal is giving general
satisfaction. Try a sample sack.
A ear load of the German millet seed to
arrive this week.
Ear and sackod corn, oats, hay and bran
always on hand at lowest market prices, also
Coal, Lime, Cement, Firebrick &e.
We thank you for past liberal patronage
and solicit, a'continuance.
Respectfully, Hunt & Go.
March 25« 1886.
■ ■■ ' «»»
A drizzling rain prevailod most
of Wednesday and at night wo had
The delinquent tax1 list appears
in the Weekly Bannir to-day.
Extra copies for sale at this" office*
Lost.—On 21 inst., a setter dog
pup, lomon and white, 5 months
old and answors to "Del." I will
pay $2 50 for his delivery.
-R. T. Flbwillen, Jr,
Tire Banner was right in saying
that 8ont4 of the school teachers in
the county conld not spell "baker."
It has lately learned that some of
the teachers sign their vouobers
fl? t iDtotnctOourt. •
Wednesday—Manning vs En-
gelke; on trial.
The following murder cases have
fjomax, April 16; John Mason,
April 2j Sam Wilson, April 10; P.
Have now on exlilbitiou Spring Novelties in
II j k
silks and fine *ew Goodstilew Goodsf
BS » Or O O X>S
White Bobes, embracing many new styles
f 'i ' '""j'KsV «,
and combinations, all at extremely
low prices. Wo aro offering
this week 100 DOZEN
Lafe BemiMei laittattM, .
in all colors, at 12 <4 cents. These are
(In Giddings BnHding,)
- •. - STREET.
The Galveston Spot Market.
Special toliio Banner.
GALVK8TON, March 26.—Market dull;
sales none; receipts 42.
Ordinary. 9 1-8
Good Ordinary... 10 1-8
C<ow Middling ...10 7-16
Middling..^,.. 10 11-16
Good Mi ddling 10 6-16
Middling Fair 11 3-16
Dry flint as they ran, 12 to 14c.
Dry salted 10 to 11 1-2
Wet 61-2 to 7 1-2.
Johnson, April IS.
is well aware that its many
lady .readers always tako great in-
terest in reading the list of mar-
riage licenses, and it begs leave to
inform them that it is not to blame
Jfor the small number of couples
thai have ventured on the matri-
monial sea this week; they should
see the county clerk—his chief
souree of revenue is from the issu*
anco of marriage licenses; he looks
dejected—he is the most miserable
man in Texas, he has only raado
91 60 all this week, and that by if-
jming a marriage license to Henry
Hew?** and Mra- -Mason Howard.
Wan!* » Change. ?•
The following fs *»,®«ct copy
! of a letter postmarked AfiJtio and
received by a gentleman m thitf
city on Tuesday. Prom the hand-
writing and the scarcity of capital
letters we should judge the writer
•of it to have been a colored gentle-
"Mr.—Dear sir thinking of the
good that pould be affected
behalf of our stae By runing a
>& amon the peaple and all
to the next meeting
to make an ap-
ent to purohus
A twlehr aligator Eggs to
epresentatives to use
eggs to set owt law
Commemorative of Bev. Wm. Carey
Crane, D.D., L.L.D., Adopted by
Independence Council, Ho.
31, U. r. df T.
Whereas. It hath pleased the Almighty
Sovereign of the Universo in His wisdom
and mercy, to take from our midst our be-
oved brother, Rev. Wm. Carey Crane, D.D.,
Crane has shown himself
not only a man of talent and profund learn-
ing, but also a zealous advocate and diligent
promoter of of every good cause; and
Whereas, He was a charter member of
Council No. 81, U. P. of T.; was its first W.
and has ever shown himself a faithful, true
and worthy member of the same; and
Wbxrsaji, He has held honorable offiees
and rendered efficient and va'uable services
n the deliberations of of the Grand Council,
U. F. ofT. j be it therefore
Resolved, By this Council: 1. That
while we bow submissively to the will of our
Heavenly Father in this dispensation of His
jrovidence, we feel that this Council has
ost one of its main pillars and the temper-
ance cause a wise and able advocate. 2. That
we condole with the ihembers and friends of
■■i 3ay!or University the great loss sustained by
that institution, whose prosperity ongage'd
lis earnest desires; whose duties employed
lis constant and faithful labors, and whose
success secured his highest joy, and by the
cause of education in general in which he
proved himself an able and earnest worker,
and we deplore with th^Baptist denomina-
tion the great broach made ia their ranks by
the death of him, whose influence was so
jjoworfully felt in the Baptist State conven-
ion of Texaseand in the Southern Baptist
convention. 3. That we tender our heart-
felt sympathies to the bereaved family of
the deceased, pray ing that the same Almighty
hand that has taken their loved one may be
their guide, their stalf and their comfort
ihro^ign this life and bring them safe to
Heaven at last. 4. That a copy of these
resolutions bo furnished the family of the
deceased, and that they be also sent for pub-
lication to the Temperance Banner ana in
our state and county papers.
T. J. Chandler,
F. M. Newman,
W. P. Dever,
T, W. Willie,
iss Lota Sttleb.
March 10,1886. •
The Mayor's court and the jus-
tice's . court are at a dead halt;
scarcity of money has a wonder-
ful ejffect on in making men behave
The grand jury adjourned for
the term on Tuesday. That sev-
eral school bonds have been forged
In the ^ounty and the money ob-
tained on the sam«T, is well known,
but the grand jury failed to Ob'
tain evidence sufficient to justify
them in indioting the forger.
Patent medicines of
can be found at B. E
in ran to
get all tbe
List of unclaimed letters remain-
ing in the postoffice at Brenham,
for the weelc ending Mach 25i
Brown, Jake Banks. Anderson
Bloon, Mrs. Augusta Blattncr. Gottlieb
Baesohe, Hermfne Clay, Miss Mollie
Daniel, Miss Ruth
Terrell, K W
Gowens. Miss Rachcal
Johnson, Miss, H.
Morgan Miss Ellen
Smith, L»iey ,
Jid wards, Miss C.
MoGinnis, H. I)
Roberston, .1 W
Sellg, Joftn ,
I HAVE OPENED A NICE
CLEAN STOCK OF SPRING
GOODS at PRICES
1 WILL St^ EVERYBODY;
New Lawns, New prints, New
White Goods, New Hosiery for
Ladle's, Gents', Misses', and Chit-
dren. New Nepk Wear, Ladies'
and Gent's, New Embroidery, New
Laces, Fifty dosen of Nice Hand-
kerchiefs for Ladies' at 10 cents
each. A complete Line of Ladies'
and Gont's Handkerchiefs at very
New Ginghams ' very pretty,
Novelties in Dress Goods both m
wool and Wash Goods such as
never shown in Brenham before.
I will show a good line of Novel-
ties in Low Cut Shoes for Ladies',
Gents'. Misses' and Children. Also
a goodf Line ol Cheap Goods, La-
dies', M.isses' and Children tbe best
Hand made Goods kept in the
A full and completer Line of La-
dies' UntrimmedHats, also Misses'
and Children Hats all in the Latest
Styles to be had from the best Mil-
linery Houses in the Country, and
I shall offer them as every thing
else in Stock strictly for cash but
lower than any House in the City.
A well selected variety of Parasols
from Fifteon cents to Six Dollars
and one bait.
car load o
~ « , -p *tovb8, whfi
sola cheap for cash. 0
A. A. Jabs.
• Merchants Exchange.
This old and favorito saloon, on
the cast side of the public square,
keeps only the best winos, liquors,
cigars and beer. My billiard and
pool tables are of the best make
and in good order.
W. H. Murphy.
Just reoeived five- car loads of
seed potatoes, LaAdroth's and other
best growers. H. Fisher.
J. L. Amnions has on hand tno
largest and most complete stock
of oloths, cassimeres and other
goods for men's wear ever brought
to this city. He has a full lino of
fine imported goods, and is pre-
pared to make garments or full
suits at short notice, and guaran-
tees a fit. Store on north sido of
Sam Muery has the only first-
class lunch stand in tho city. Ho
keeps imported saugage and
cheese; also canned moats of every
description. Lunches prepared at
Two Trains Daily :
The Past Route-Saving 121*
The Only Route-LAMPASAS
Three Trains Daily—G.
ACovement o* Tr
- K«jmI 1>ow ni—~
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... 8:25 i>, in.
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" 1 .Port Wo-.tii
For J'uvlhcr Information, connection'* 4o.
OHAAR O. MURRAY, Oen. Pa*. Act *
Saturdays and Sundays at E.
Baumgart s bath house, ono square
south of Amsler's warehouse.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL D
Corsets, Under Wear, Ladies'
and * Childrens Hosiery, Ladies'
Hats and all Millinery Goods in
charge of Mrs. Potter who will try
to please al] that call.
Gents' and Boys Hats in ail styles
and remember every article for
Cash but a little cheaper than in
any other store in Brenham.
C. A. POTTER
I have this day sold, transferred
and assigned to Abo Rothschild,
whatever interest I have-in the re-
tail grocery business heretofore
run in my name. Mr. Bothschild
assumos all liabilities and he alono
is authorized to collect all out-
Thanking my friends for their
liberal patronage, 1 ask tho same
for my successor.
Brenham, March 24th, 1885.
Prescriptions filled carefully and
accurately at all times, at B. E.
Wholesale agent for Becd's Gilt
Edgo Tonic, Brenham, Texas, a
safe medical preparation.
Having purchased tho stock of
foods belonging tQ the estato of
5. C. Finney, I take this method
of notifying my friends and tho
public generally that I will con-
tinue business at the old Finney
stand. I will continue to sell tho
stock on hand at greatly reduced
prices, in order to make room for
my now spring and summer goods.
I would ask the public to call and
examine my stock and prices bo-
foro purchasing. It is no trouble
to show goods and I am deter-
mined to please tho public both in
goods and prices. Call and exam-
ine for yourself and be convinced.
Frank A. Eldridge.
Imported and Domestic
Western and Texas Produce,
WINES, LIQUORS, OlttARS, TOBA<
Delicacies, Candies, Preserved Vegetables,
Fish, Pickles, Canned fruit, etcj
BRENHAM TEXAS, ,f /
Sole Agent of Anluuuer'a Celebrated St.
ICE I QUANTITIES AT LOWEST RATBS *
Mr Lowest wholesale prices to the trade 1
price for Cotton and other produce.
Two • cottages on West JMain
street. Ono has 6 and ono 3
rooms. All in good location and
convenient to business. Apply to
E. B. Handle.
Pays the high
A comparatively new hack and
singlo harness lOr sale by
L. J. Lockstt.
Spare ribs, pigs feet, pigs
tongues and tripe for sale at
ways on han
at R. E. Luhn's.
Nothing but straight liquors
fit at the Merchants Exchange
Geo. H. Wilson, Proprietor.
A J Bass, McGregor ; W S Bar-
nett, city; B S Trantham, J A
Traylor, ChappellHill j H Burns,
city j T H Sapp, J E Mohr, Ken-
neyville j G Strasburger, Jr.,
Hempstead; M Nicholson, Galves-
ton ; Horace T Burke, Houston.
At the O/H.. Saloon, genuine Nord-
nauser Whiskey, imported Gin,
White and Bed California wine—a
first-class article at low prices.
Also a large variety of cheese, fine
French mustard, in quaniitios to
suit; imported herrings and pickles,
The best 5 cont cigar in the city.
Description and Pedigree:
UUTLEDGK is a beauUfttl sorrell, 15 hands
and 2 indi high, with very .heavy main and tail,
ana lor muscular and power and action is hard
to equal. Ha was sired by Sailor Boy, he by
Boyal Charles, he by K. A. Alexander's Nor-
man who is well known In Kentucky. Charles'
dam was sired by Br. Herr's Couer Be Lion
and liia second dam — ~
Prjater. ^nncr-a-uick'a dam by Thornton's
Belaif, he by Old Printer, grand dam by Geo.
Belair, he by James. Sailor Boy's dam was
out of a Cook Whip mare, she by Old Plenipo,
the Whip mare was a full sister to Old Bay .lohn
"lIuT&WSt'da™ *";1 ^yOUr COlfB"
dam by Blackburn's Whi:
ton- For extended pedltrree, see
Stud Book. :
IIFTKEN DOLLARS A SEASON.
The stud fee is due at time of service, and
must in all cases be paid b»tore the removal of
mares. In case of aocidents I will not be re-
sponsible, but will endeavor to avoid all acci-
dents. I will send liny miles for as many as
ten mares five of charge, and wlU keep all
mares bred at my ran«h through season in good
pasture free #f charge. For ftirther particulars
address me at Giddings.
T. P. BUSH.
by Cracker, second
Whip. Crackers by Bos-
pedigree, see Wallace's
NEATLY AND PROI
Ahlfangor, Juaepf Ooking Ohr
Storrr, John •.
t"£ J. W. Hackwortb, P. M. f,
Chaneres Will Occur.
We announco to the public and
consumers of what we sell, that on
tbe first of April we will be found
at the jftgbeck building. Market
•kreet, with ~ \
Corn, Oats, Hay, Millet seed,
r and in oonneotion will handle
Flour, different grades—on oon.
signment. Telephone connection.
Give us a^all. , , " „
' ■ ' ia. Cook* aco
Real Estate Transfers.
Recorded by H. M. Lewis, county
clerk, for the week ending, March
J. S. Crow to P. B. Dawson, lot
iu Brenham, 9150.
Almon Thomas to J. E. Hemigar
80 acres David Ayres league, 1300.
G. L. Hill and wife to J. M.
Jackson, lot in Chappell Hill, 1300.
0. Y. Vaughn to J. O. Wjlliams,
5 acres Isaao Jackson league,
H. H. Dailey to C. V. Vaughn,
50 acres Isaac Jacksen league,
Lorenz Fuchs to C. Boeder, 5
acfes Fleasners loague, f 100.
Q, Sternberg to Charles Pick,
50 acres Hmoh league, $1400.
Lorenz Fuchs to Herman Troll,
80 acres Fleasner Headridght,
John Debel and wife to Carl
Renecke, 57 acres Hudson and
HlJich league, $2300.
Maokin and Gallagher, convict-
ed of,election frauds in Chicago,
were admitted to bail in tbe sum
of $50,000, having "been granted a
rehearing by the United States Cir-
cuit court. Mike McDonald, the
king ef the Chicago faro dealers,
testified that be owned $500,000
worth of unincumbered real estate
and was accepted as a bondsman,
Every smoker should use "Li4tlo
Magdeburger string beans
Imported German cherries.
Imported German pears.
French prunes in glass jars.
Again To The Front.
1 beg leave to inform my. many
patrons, and all those who may be-
come suoh, that I have again re-
sumed business and 1 am now re
ceiving daily a choice seleotod
stock of Spring and Summer goods.
I cordiaJly invite my friends in
tho city and country to visit mo,
where they can select from the
l&rgoat variety, latest styles and
most fashionable goods in tho city,
at lower prices than elsewhoro,
v R. Hoffmann.
Coughs, whooping cough, pains in
tho breast and difficulty in breath-
ing, asthma, spitting of blood,
croup, infiamation of the lungs,
pneumonia, horseness, bronchitis
and catarrh affections, pains in the
joints, bones and muscles, acute
rheumatism and consumption.
I. L. LYONS,
Sole Proprietor and Wholesale Druggist,
For Sale or Rent.
The Beicbardt place, ono mile
southwest of the city, pear tho
Fair Grounds. "Apply to
0. C. G.
Hair and Flesh
Brushes in great variety can bo
found at R. B. Luhn's.
P. A. Eldridge has removed bis
large stock of dry goods, boots and
shoes and clothing from the old
Finney stand to the largo and com-
modious store, first door east or B,
Hldridge St Co's,
X Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it isa part. Everylady
may have it; at least, what
looks like it Magnolia
Balm both freshens
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