Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 270, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 28, 1888 Page: 3 of 4
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Thkbk were no coses in tho police
JAPANESE Custom of Perfum-
ing—Pot-Pourri. Call and see it,
and the new line of odors at
Carleton & Nash's.
Senator H. Knittel was in the city
yesterday from Burton.
Remember when we advertise
cost we mean it. Our stock is
v orj' large and must be reduced by
January 1st, therefore we offer it
at cost at the
Nkw York Stor*.
Have you received an invitation
to attend a Thanksgiving dinner to-
Plushes, Novelty and Plain Vel-
vets, Striped and Moire Silks, Silk
PaHsamonteries, Braided Setts and
Dress Braids in endless variety.
I. Loewenstein & Co.
The sunshine enlivened things
considerably at intervals yesterday,
but the weather remains cool.
I^tfor tho benefit of all we have
concluded to offer our entire stock
.ut cost at the
Nkw York Stork.
J. J. Haggerty, Esq., a legal light
from Bellville, was "doing" the city
Tho largest stock of Toys and
Christmas Goods in Brenham, just
arrived, at Khoop & Schawr's,
The Leading 5,10and 26 c. Bazar.
H. J. Becker, book-keeper at F
Krentzlin's, is ill again, suffering
from a relapse.
Toilet Waters, Colognes, Ex-
tracts at Carleton & Nash's.
Prof. Krueger has just recovered
from a second long siege of illness
anil was on the streets yesterday.
Special Bargain Counters every
Saturday ana Monday.
I. Loewenstein & Co.
Rev. C. H. Brooks, pastor of tho
Methodist church at Chappell Hill,
will be transferred to Marlin.
For lame back, side or chest, use
•* Shiloh's Porus Plaster. Price 25
j cents. For sale by Harmg Bros.
C. M. Mason, Esq., a prominent
citizen of Galveston, was auto-
graphed at the Exchange hotel yes-
Housewives desiring tho best re-
sults in cooking should uso Shep-
ard's Economical Baking Powder.
Sold by J. H. Qukbk.
See Sam Weston in his great
laughing song accompanied by his
banjo at the opera house next Sat-
\ urday evening.
Havo you ever thought of there
being a firm in this place named
BrotTkschmidt & Hohlt? If you
have not dealt with them you
ought to give them a trial, lor they
ell goods very cheap.
The barbecue committee held a
meeting on Tuesday and made satis-
factory arrangements to settle the
dobts remaining unpaid.
Our celebrated undressed Kid
Glove at $1, worth $1.50.
Glace Kid Glove at 75 cents wcrUi
Please call and examine before
I. Loewenstein & Co.
The Weston Brothers' comedy
company will appear at the Grand
Opera House on next Saturday eve-
ning. Go and see them.
Everybody must come and look
at our line of Cloaks, especially
for children from 4 to 14 years old,
at such prices that will astonish
the closost buyer at the
Nkw York Stork.
The young men's ball of the Ger-
mauia Social club will take place at
the Germania hall this evening.
Only mombers are invited.
Our entire line of Clothing for
, Mod, Boys and Youths must be
closed out, as they were bought at
less than manufacturers' cost,
■efore, we oan say that our cost
is 57F P*r oenj. Uwthan they oan
be bov&trfron any wholesale
bouse at the
Nkw York 8tor*.
Mb. Geo. England, the successor
*of Mr. W. S. B. Parker as traveling
auditor of the Santa Fe road, was
in the city yesterday.
* Our line of Ladies', Mens', Boys
&nd Children's shoes can not be
beat, and when we say cost on
. those goods, you are sure to save
bO per oent. by purchasing from ns
at th# Nsw York Storb.
Miss Chess Mason left yesterday
via Austin for San Antonio to pay a
visit to her friends, and from th«re
will go to Montery, Mexioo, to
spend several weeks.
Free lunches are now served
day at the Merchants'
aaloon. Call around.
No fresh robberies wen reported
-yesterday, and it is probable that
the city will bg> given a rest The
tramps have already grown
A Swindle.—City Marshal Swain
is in receipt of a circular letter from
tho chief of police at San Francisco,
Gal * calling his attention to a fraud
started on foot in that city, and asks
him to get tho aid of the local press
in exposing it. This fraud is em-
braced in a circular sent out by the
mythical "California Land and La-
bor company," and is headed: "Ten
thousand colored Jtahorers wanted
on the Pacific slope ; through excur-
sions to California for $6.45—chi-
dren under 15 free." It states that
since the law excluding Chinese from
this country has been passed labor-
ers of all classes are in great demand
in California, and that large ranches,
vineyards, farms, railroads and other
industries are now suffering for la-
borers. Good wages and permanent
homes are promised, but the above-
named sum of $6.45 is demanded in
advance as a guarantee that the
party sending it will come, and in
return a "certificate of transporta-
tion" will be sent. If any of the
colored people of this county have
received a copy of the circular the
Banner would advise them to hold
on to the $6.45 unless they wish to
make a pure gift of it to some schem-
About a Fore-closure Sale.
At a fore-closure sale of one of the
largest and best manufacturers in
New York we were on hand with
reedy Cash and secured at the great-
est sacrifice the choicest lines in
Ladies Wraps and Jackets, Misses
and Children's Cloaks which we offer
strictly at cost. Call and examine.
I. Loewenstein & Co.
Examining Trial.— Justice Cur-
ry's court was occupied all day on
Tuesday with the preliminary exam-
ination of Elihu Sam and Carter
Lacy, charged with the murder of
Ben Stuart in the William Penn
neighborhood, at the house of Fan-
nie Young oh the 8th of last month.
The parties are all colored. There
have already been two or three oth-
er arrests in the case and the par-
ties were released, as insufficient ev-
idence was brought against them.
The examination was not concluded
yesterday. County Attorney Rogers
is representing the Btate.
To My Old Patrons And Public
Having leased C. T. Roff s black
smith shop, I am now prepared to
do wagon, carriage and plow worK,
lorse shoeing, and general black
smith work. Thanking my old cus-
tomers for the past patronage, and
loping to be able to serve you
again, I am Respectfully,
0. A. Lindemann.
Official Vote.— County Judge
Kirk, who is made the returning
officer by the law, has just received
the official returns from the other
counties on the vote for the state
senator, which are as follows: Aus-
tin county, Green 895, Maetze 2175;
Waller, Green 883, Maetze 792 '
Washington, Green 1623, Maetze
3010; Burleson, Green 1061,
Maetze 1291. Total: Green 5868,
A small cloth-bound pocket-book.
Finder will be liberally rewarded.
Social equality was demonstrated
in this, city yesterday by a white
and a colored man going up to the
bar of a saloon and klinking glasses
together. The white man accorded
the colored man the freest latitude
by allowing him to pay for the
Retiring from the Clothing bus-
iness we offer Gent's and Youth's
Clothing at less than cost. Gents
Furnishing Goods at very low prices.
I. Loewenstein & Co.
Mb. W. C. Hillsman and sister, of
Lfedbettor, J. M. Renick, Jr., of
Giddings, and Geo. E. Kelly, of
Manor, arrived in the city yesterday
to attend the wedding of Miss Mat-
tio Williams and Mr. J. S. Hills-
Until January 1st, we offer our
entire line of Dry Goods and no-
tions at cost.
• New York Storr.
A young booster at Bryan has
sent a challenge to a young man in
this city to fight a duel. Deoember
23rd is the date named and the de-
pot platform at Hempstead is the
Money to L<oan
On long or short time on landed
property; finer cent.
;^\ ...... B. BRTAK,
W. B. Garrett.
. Quite a crowd went down to the
depot on Tuesday to meet the east-
bound Central train in the expecta-
tion of seeing a bridal party arrive
Austin. They did noi arrive,
Deal! Coal: Coal!
I am now prepared to deliver all
kinds of coal to any part of the city
in qnantitieu to nut purchasers.
Sena yoor order*.
F. W. Schuerexbero.
ANOTHER HEMPSTEAD MUU1>ER.
Ex-Sheriff Thos. McDade the Victim of
an Assassin's Bullet.
Parties who arrived in this city
on the 12:40 o'clock westbound Cen-
tral train from Hempstead on Mon-
day night brought news of tho kill-
ing of Capt. Thos. McDade, the ox
sheriff of Waller county. The kill
ing occurred between 10 and 11
o'clock tho same night. Capt. Mc-
Dade's son, Aleck, was lying at tho
point of death in the last stage of
conmsumption and the captain, who
was sitting up with him, had gone
out on the gallery to get a drink of
water. While in the act of drinking
bte was fired upon from tho dark by
a cowardly assassin with a shotgun
charged with buckshot and was in-
stantly killed. Two of the shot
took effect in his right shoulder anil
breast, and a third passed through
his neck, breaking tho vertebral
column. News of the tragedy spread
rapidly through the town and the
friends of the murdered man prompt-
ly assembled together and took steps
to ferret out the guilty party. Blood-
tiounds were telegraphed for to Bry
an and arrived at 4 o'clock on Tues-
day morning. They were put upon
the t. .1 at once and followed it un-
til the,, reached the residence of
Mrs. Alchin, the widow of Stephen
W. Alchin, who was killed in Hemp
stead a few months ago by some of
the friends of McDade. Here they
found JoeBlassingame, a well known
young citizen of the place, who was
immediately takfen into custody and
lodged in jail on suspicion of being
The killing took everybody com-
pletely by surprise. It was thought
that all the old feuds had been settled
and that the town anil county were
at last to settle down into unin-
terrupted peace and quietude. The
prominent leaders of the two fac-
tions held a meeting on Saturday in
Hempstead, agreed to bury the
hatchet, and had a big banquet and
champagne supper on Saturday
night. The deceased was not at the
festal board, as he had to be at home
attending to his sick family, but he
entered into the fraternal spirit, ap-
proved of the steps that had been
taken and went down aud helped to
carry some of the parties borne who
had imbibed rather too freely over
the general merry-making and inter-
change of kindly foelings. The kill-
ing has aroused public indignation
to the highest tension, all the good
that had been accomplished has
come to naught and the factional war
is expected to break out afresh.
Dr. H. Bouldin, a citizen of this
county, who lives between Brenham
and Chappell Hill and who is a
brother-in-law of the deceased, heard
of the killing while in tho city on
Tuesday and left immediately for
Hempstead. He was bitter in his
denunciation of Attorney-General
Hogg and Judge Burkhart, whom
he holds responsible for the murder,
as they were instrumental in getting
Capt. McDade to resign as sheriff,
and claimed that if he would only
resign Hempstead and Waller coun-
ty would be a perfect paradise.
Capt. McDade in order to secure
peace gave up his his office, but the
killing has been going on as much
as ever. Dr. Bouldin says that if
Capt. McDade had not been induced
to resign he would bo living to-day.
We have just opened a full line of
F. F. Cashmere iu all tho newost
shades at 35 cents worth 50 cents.
Mummy Cloth Combination Dress
Goods at 25 cents worth 35 cents.
- De Beige at 16 cents worth 22
Colored Cash mere at 15 cents
cheap, at 25 cents.
Novelty Dress Goods at 15 cents
Ladies Cloth, Henriettas aud Se-
bastopols in latest shadfes.
Figured Sateen at 10 cents worth
Plain Sateen in all colors at 15
cents worth 25 cents.
I. Loewenstein & Co.
Mb. Jesse Y. Wallace and Mrs.
Hackworth will be united iu the
bonds of matrimony this evening at
the .baptist church, just bsfore the
praver-meeting services begin. Mr.
Widlce is a prosperous farmer living
east of the city, and Mrs. Hackworth
is the widow of the late John W.
Everybody is interested in our
tent where we offer
Ktat attractions in our Ladies Salter
win Kid Button Shoes at $2.50
Elegant School Button Shoes $1.50
cheap at $2.
Spring-heel Shoes at reduced
Boy's Congress or Lace Shoes at
$1.50 worth $2.
Gent's Congress Shoes $2.50. '
It will pay you well to call and
examine before buying elsewhere.
I. Lo ewenstein & Co.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving day,
and many a turkey gobbler will bo
slaughtered throughout the country
We are now selling out
40 in Silk Finish Henriott at 00c.
24 in Silk Plush at 95 cents.
All other goods proportion-
F. A. EJdridge.
The Texas Methodist conference
which has been in session at Hunts-
ville the past week or more, has ad
journed. All of the friends Of Rev.
Dr. A. E. Goodwyn will be rejoiced
to learn that he has boon returned
Buy your Hats and Millinery
I. Loewenstein & Co's.
Where they will sell you a single
Hat with trimmings and trimmed to
order at Short notice.
Rev. F. Kieker will leave to-day
for the old country to engage in
missionary labor for the Baptist de-
nomination in Russia and Germany.
BROCXSCHMIDT & HOHLT
Have got one of tho largest and
nicest assortments of dry goods and
groceries in the city, and they say
their prices are cheaper than any.
Hon. J. T. Swearingen returned
yesterday from Huntsville, where
he has been attending the sessions
of the Texas Methodist conference.
Insure In The Equitable.
C. If. Carlisle, Ag't.
No married man having at heart
the interest of his family and desir-
ing to protect them can be without
Wholesale agent for Reed's Gilt
Edge Tonic, Brenham, Texas, a
safe medical nreDaration.
Miss Mattie Williams, the daugh-
ter of Mr. Pike Williams, residing
four miles east of the city, will be
united iu marriage this evening at
her father's residence to Mr. J. S.
Hillsman, a prominent young gen-
tleman of Giddings, Leo county.
Drink Carleton and Nash's Vichy.
Some nice rooms, north sido of
court-house square. Apply to
BROOKSCHMIBT & HoilLT.
DRINK Carleton & Nash's Vichy.
It would be a good idea for peo-
ple who have to be out late at night
to keep in the middle of tho road.
In that way they can keep from be-
ing suddenly confronted and taken
at a disadvantage by the footpads.
Have You Seen
Knoop & Schawo's Toys and
Christmas goods for 5,10 and 25
cents? It will pay you to buy
Tne undersigned will eontmuo
tho fish and oyster businoss of tho
late Frank Evansich at tho old
stand 011 St. Charles street, and so-
licits tho patronngo of tho public.
First-class restaurant, meals at all
hours, terms reasonable.
F. Evansicij, Jr.
Notice is hereby given that I will on Sat-
urday, the 15th day of December next, be-
tween the hours of 12 ami 2 o'clock, sell ai
auction to the highest bidder for cash, the
stock of groceries, grain, feed, lime, cement,
coal, sewer pipe, etc., lately deeded to me by
the tlrm of llunt & Co-, in trust for their
creditors. Said stock contained in J. A.
Wilkins' brick building on Norih street, city
of Brenham. A. J. Hudson,
Brenham, Nov. 23, '88. Trustee.
A black sow pig, about ton
months old, unmarked. Owner
can get it by calling at tho resi-
dence of Major A. Lauraino and
paying for this advertisement and
Pot-Pocrri—Very latest in Per-
fumery, Fragraut, Handsome in de-
Carleton & Nash.
Ten cowa belonging to Farmer
Green, of North Danville, VI., hud-
dled-close together under some trees
in a violent thunder storm. Light
ning struck the trees, and. pass
ing downward, killed every cow in
the drove. *
See what you get!
For 5 cents each, 6 different lamp
For 5 cents, 1 China mug, decor-
For 10 cents each 7 different lamp
For 20 cents, 1 pair 8 in. vasos.
For 20 cents each 8 diffe^ntcom-
8 pieces—a decorated cup, sau--
cer and breaklast plate, for 25 c.
1000 pieces table glasswaro from
2$ cents each upward.
Knoop & Schaw^.
BROCKSCHMIDT & HOHLT,
Dealers in dry goods, clothing
for men and boy#, a full lino of la
dies' and misses' trimmed hats,
cloaks, wraps, jackets, newmar-
kets, fit newost style*; a full lino
of shoes for all and at astonishing
low prices. We also carry a frosh
stock of fancy and family gro
cones, country produce, crockory
and glass-ware, and holiday goods
Freo dolivery to all parts of tho
city. Agents for the unexcelled
White Sewing Machine, tfcve us a
call. BaorKSCHMtPT & Uohlt.
Grand Opera House,
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Saturday, Dec. 1.
The Original and only Musical Kings,
In their very Successful and Interesting Com-
edy Drama in four acts, entitled,
Way of the World,
Undor tho management of Mr. B. MEN-
During tho first act tho WESTONS will
perform on Various Musical Instruments.
Their skill and artistic abili'v in this particu-
lar specialty has won for them the justly de-
served name of tho Musical Kings.
Miss Maud Elliott
Will sing a Pleasing Ballad.
INCIDENTALS TO ACT 11.
MR. SAM WESTON
Will render some Favorite Selections on tho
MR. SAM WESTON follows in his roaring
Banjo comicalities, and MR. MORRIS
WESTON in his original vocal gem,
Concluding with Imitations on tho Vio-
lin of Irish Bagpipes, Country Tump,
Young Man Sieging at 4 a. in.
-IN ACT IV-
MR. MORRIS WESTON does a Specialty
on the Saxophone Horn, he being the only
actor of the day, a master of this diffi-
cult instrument. He will also sing
his latest songs. "Moss Covered
Wall," and "Cry Baby."
NORTHWEST CORNER OF PUBLIC
BRENHAM, - - - .
Has Received a Full and Oomplete Stock of
PAU II1 Wfflfli
LATEST STYLES IN - *-
(©■"Seats en sale at Alex. Zinion's dry goods
— All kinds of Goods of —
Luxury and Necessity,
Just receivod a large gssortmeut of
Violins, Guitars, Zithers," Music
Bozes, Acccrdeonf, Harmonicas,
Fruits, Fancy Candies an! Cates.
P. HUBER & CO., Proprietors.
With its Commorcial, Ponraanship, Short-
hand, Typewriting and Telegraphy depart-
THE GERMAN-ENGLISH ACADEMY,
opens its fall session September 10, 1888.
l'rof. O. O. Neumann, an educator of broad
culture and experience in German and
American schools, is now a partner in this in-
stitution. A new supply of patent scats (4O)
has been ordored for tho Academy, Tarents
desiring a thorough general or business edu
cation for their children please oxamino our
inducements. Young laaies and gentlemen
preparing for the State University, for teach-
ing or business, shall receive thorough, prac-
tical training. Business, Shorthand, and
1'enmanshfp students have access to the
Acadomy without extra cost. Wo will not
bo underbid in rates of tuition or overbid in
thorough work. Please examine our lacili-
ties anil call for circular.
,1. J. ANDERSON, President
O. G. NEUMANN. Secretary.
Dealer in Stapl* and Fancy Groceries
Frreh Cake« and Pio« on hand at all timet.
Main Street. Brkkium. Tax as
FOB BOTH SEXES.
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19.
Tuition to bo piid in advance according to
Preparatory Course.. ft) per term of 12 weeks
Normal $9 "
Book Keeping $® " " " "
Music, Piano, Org'n\
One lesson per we'k ) $6
Two 44 14 "•••• " *' " " 41
Rent, Piano, Organ 1 „ „ „
1 hour per weeks J
Incidentals $1 " " " " "
The success in the past year, under its pres-
ent management, guarantees ito course in the
future. Friends and the pubhc are invited
to visit our Institute, examine our arrange-
ments, test our work, and judgo our merits.
PROF. C. URBANTKK,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
XX(fetal. Caps, Quooiimware and Grooerlea
Also a largo and varied assortment of
Parlor and Bed Room Furniture,
CARPETS, MATS and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
l£^Call and examine onr goods before purchasing elsewhere. Guarantee satisfaction 'u
"•■nents Give us a trial.
The finest display of first class Cooking and
Heating Stoves for coal or wood.
Famous Brands—" Early Break-
fast." "Rural Darling," "Olive
Fame," Buck's Brilliant,""
Our prices are lower than ever before.
Tinsmitliing, Repairing, Galvanized Iron Flues, Galvan-
ized Water Tanks, Tin and Corrugated Iron Eoofing^a
s" REICHARDT & SEELHORST
"What "We Have Got,
One Thousand Bods at all priccs, cheap.
Fifty Bed-Room Suits, samo way.
Sixty dozen Window Shades, any way.
Thirty dozen Corner Poles—Every Style.
Threo Thousand Chairs.
Ono Hundred Reed and Rattan Rockers.
Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars Stock Wall Paper at cost.
Bureaus, Wardrobes, Safes, Sideboards, Parlor Suits, Mirrors, Spripg
Beds, Mattrasses, Chifl'onier^, Work Baskets, Hall Racks, Marble Top
Tables, Etc. Everyting in tho furniture line.
WHAT WE WANT:—Ono thousand customers to buy these goods.
Call early while the stock is complete. We are determined to sell
lower than anybody. Also a lull Stock of Undertakers goods.
Main Street Furnitoro House.
Dry Goods ail (Mini Sture
Are selling out the entire line of Dry Goods,
Clothing, Linen Goods, Laces, etc., ftt
20 PER CENT OH NEW YORK COST.
Norfork Embroidered Robes, something
Now, at $>S.OO each.
Entiro line of fine Dregs SiIks AT COST.
GOODS MOST OE SOLD.
Ladies especially invited to call and examine
our goods and prices.
Sale tieiiiis to-day, lasts 30 days
J, SELIGMAN, Prop,
Nest door to H Hodde.
Monday, Nov. 12,1888.
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Health is Wealth!
Dr. K. C. West's Nf.rvk and Brain
Trjsatmknt, a guaranteed specific tor Hys-
teria, Dixzines;, Convulsions Fits, Nervous
Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration
caused bv the uso of alcohol or tobacco,
Wakefulness Mental Depression, Softening
of the Brain resulting in insanity and loading
to misery, decay and death, l'romaturo Old
Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power ineltlWr seX,
Involuntary Losses and Spermatorrhea
caused by over-taxaiion of the brain, self-
abuse or over-indulgence. Each box con-
tains one month's treatment. $1 a hoi, or
six boxes for $6, sent by mail prepaid on re-
ceipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
to cure any ease. With each order received
by us for six boxes, accompanied with $5-00,
we will sendthe purchaser our written guar-
antee to refund the money if tile treatment
does not effect a cure. Guarantees is-
sued only by CARLETON NASII, Bren-
ham, Texas. «
A tiae brood mare, works in double or
single harness, and is also a fine taddle an-
nima'. For further particulars, apply to
W. W. Skarcv,
J. H. QTJEBE'S.
A fresh lot of Goods for tho
New largo English Raisins,
Now Stoialess Currants,
Now Citron Dates,
Lomon Peel, Minco Meat,
Imported Fruit Jam,
JELLY and PRESERVES in bulk,
New California French Prunes,
Evaporated Peaches ami Apples,
Pitted Cherries, Dried Peaches.
A LARGE LOT OF
Tlmrlier's Mori Oal fleal,
Schodit Oats, Stoam-Cookod Oats,
Wboat Farina, Corn Starch,
The largest assortment of
Fancy C»kes ani1 So(Ja Orackers
Also a largo lot of
SUGATIS and COFFEE.
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Can always soli you tho Yellow
Call and got tho benefit of low
priccs, as those goods mast b«
sold «n THIRTY DAYS. .
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