Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1895 Page: 3 of 4
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Theauow was estimated at 12 lucbes
See change in the advertisement of
Brenham Shoe Store.
The trams were all delayed ou ac-
count of the enow Thursday.
Fain hu no show with Dr. Mllea' Fain Pills.
Born to Rer. aud Mrs. W. Wim-
b«rly Wednesday, a fine girl.
Business was almost suspended
Thursday on aocount of the snow.
The ladies clabs in Physical Culture
will have ho lesson this afternoon.
When the snow melts the land will
be In fine condition tor the farmers.
Ok account of tb« snow the com-
press had to shut down Thursday.
Thuhsday was indeed a day for
Are side enjoyment.- and home born
Quite a number of the boys got too
full to enjoy snow-balliug late Thurs-
Bevkkal people were hurt Thurs-
day by rocks thrown by some of tbe
News from all parts of the State
■how that immigrants are settling in
all parts of tbe Slate.
Anybody can tell which way a cat
will fall, but it takos a philosopher to
conjecture the way it will jump.
The finest harness and best saddles
are manufactured at the lowest price by
C. W. Hicss, Brenham.
A telegram from Galveston stated
that some pretty serious difllculties re-
sulted from snow falling Thursday.
Give your painting, graining and
paper hanging lo 0. C. Chandler.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
A eew little fights arising from a
too free indulgence of drinking and
snow-balling occurred Thursday even-
A snow is said to be as beneficial to
the tarm land as a coat of fertilizer. If
this Is so this ought to be a good crop
There was no one with dignity
enough Thursday to prevent the rab-
ble from throwing snow balls at
Snow-balls took the place of
Valentines and in the fun incident to
■tiow-ba.'ling valentines were almost
A motion for a rehearing has been
made to the Civil Court of Appeals in
the celebrated case of Thos. Dwyer ys.
Bassett & Bassett.
FOR RENT—A four-rooin cottage
in five minutes walk of business por-
tion of the city. Apply to
WM. P. EWING.
The proposed implement factory
meets with almost universal favor,
and the indications now are that the
required capital will be raised, so
mote it be.
Mrs. Laura Westi'HAL, of Hous-
ton, will be at the Levy hotel ou Fri-
day night with costumes for the mask
ball, which is to take place at the
Uermauia on Saturday night.
Ivery man at the meeting yester-
day, endorsed the implement factory
and the man who would undertake to
convince us that these successful
business men did not know what they
doing, would have a great big contract
Resi'ONd promptly and liberally
when the canvassing committee call
on you. The onterpris-e they repre-
sent is substantial, and will benefit
the town, and every man, woman and
child in it, both now, and in the
years to come.
Dr. W. A. Lockf.it and Mr. C. H.
Carlisle returned Weduetday even-
ing from Coleman, where they went
as attached witnesses in the case of
the State vs. Ben VanNess, charged
with burglary. He was acquitted,
his friends here will be glad to learn.
Mr. Ammons shows his faith in the
implement factory, by his works. He
pays his subscription of $15,000 all
down, and only asks those with
whom he will be associated in this
enterprise to pay 50 per cent of their
subscriptions, the remaining one half
10 per cent per month.
Let every citizen who favors the
location of the proposed agricultural
implement and furniture factory in
Brenbam, whether you a>e in shape
to subscribe to the capital stock of the
company or not, attend the meeting
today at 10 o'clock in the Hoard of
Trade rooms. You are Invited.
The San Fraucisco Music and
Orama says: "Edouard ltenieuyi,
\e marvelous violinist, received an
ithualMtio welcome from the musi-
cal portion of society at the Metropoli-
tan Temple on Thursday night. The
dejightfal playing of tbe eccentric ar*
tilt cannot be described by the ordi-
nary musical critic. There is a charm
lu Remenyi's performance that can
only be appreciated by those who
have heard him repeatedly. Proba-
bly no living violinist gives a more
satisfactory reudering of the "Choral
Nocturne," by Chopin, or reveals
more originality of treatment !n Sara-
vttte's "Zapateado." Of all things,
Remenyi possesses the most astonish-
ing power of working an audience,
however cold, up to enthusiastic ex-
pressions of approbation, and the
aeoet exacting critic cannot resist the
•ubtle power that U felt but cannot be
He will appear at the Grand Opera
Hoom on tbe 10th.
kites' Pata PlU« •*» Hwte**
THE SKOW AND BEAUTIFUL SHOW.
WHITER THAN THE MOUN-
TAIN SLEET IT FELL
To Catch the Stains of Mother Enrth
And Furnish an Ezcuse for
Boys to Pelt Every-
All of Wednesday night polar
spirits swept tbe earth until bound-
less snow had deformed the withered
heath and the people of this section
for the first time within tbe memory
of the oldest inhabitant, looked out
upon nature fringed with a beard
made white with other snows than
those of age. Measuring rods were
tested iu hundreds of places many
contending that the stnow was four,
five and six inches deep, but strange
as it seemed it did not stop and bv
noon nobody dared deny that seven
Inches 9f snow covered the ground.
Few vehicles were out early to mar
the beautiful symetry of the downy
covering of the streets aud those that
did venture along one of the principle
thoroughfares, had just cause to re-
gret the rash act, for at every corner
they were literally covered with snow
balls hurled from the crowds gathered
on the st reet corners to get what sport
they could out of passing pedestrians
or vehicles, and every one was un-
There .was not a man In town
hedged tfith dignity enough to walk
by one of these crowds and get cover-
ed with snow, but it was all done
good naturedly and taken iu the same
Even that August body, I he com-
missioners' court, who have faced the
music of mud throwing, kicking, etc.,
until they imtuagined they were im-
pervious to tho assault of snow balls,
came down from the court house en
route to dinner looking as stern as a
Russian Czar aud as sour as the dis-
appointed end of Washington precinct
over their decision about the capital,
but it was not a sufficient coat of mall
to protect them and they were snow-
balled until they reached a res'aurant
with bruised faces.
Parson Midyett came down the
street with a snow-ball in his hand
and warned of his danger iu iipproacli-
ing a mob, but he heeded not, and
clothed in his ministerial robes aud
hedged about with the dignity of a
minister of the gospel he put ou a
bold front and walked into the camp
of the enemy. He was assaulted aud
fought gallantly but, the better fight
a man made the worse he got out of
it, and before he was allowed to de-
part ho had been snow-balled trom
head to foot throwed down and rolled
up iu the snow of the street.
Glass doors wee occasional struck
with well pressed balls and bursted in
but no one could tell who threw the
suow-ball that did such execution.
Quite a number of young ladies
were out and enterod with zest into
the sport of snow-balling. They visit-
ed the court house and wont up in
the cupala to get a good viow of the
snow covered city aud pronounced it
a scene unsurpassed in sublime
grandeur. The sable pall of sky—the
billowy bills swathed in the snow
robes that had so kindly been thrown
over Nature, tbe skeleton trees fringed
with rich silver drapery aud distant
streams dumb in frosty chains made a
picture never witnessed before from
the Bk-eniiam court house. While there
some ono tried to quote "Beautiful
Snow" but the town clock in lieu of a
chestnut bell rantt them otf, but after
it bad ceased proclaiming the hour
some one ventured to give Mrs. Hales
description, which is perhaps one of
the prettiest in literature, the first
verse or two being a fair sample,
which is as follows :
"(iently us llllies shed their leaver,
When Summer days are fair,
The leathery snow conies flouting down,
Like Udosisoms on the air;
i\n«l o'er the world like anyyl'd wing,
ITnfrtlding sofi and white,
It brotMl* alio re the bivwn, sfie earth.
And lill> with form* «»f light.
The lead and deflate domain
Where Winter holds hh iron reign,M
Snow is ever suggestive of sleigh
Tides and while we do not have snows
often enough to keep sleighs many
were improvised before noon Thurs-
day and were cutting tracts across the
white plains around us.
Many of the small boys having
learned that rabbits could not run in
deep suow went out rabbit hunting
and had great sport chasing the cot-
ton-tails across tho snow covered
fields and prairies.
Aud still it snowed. Shortly after
noon the ann came out to light up the
scene and the dazzling reflection was
almost blinding, but old Sol soon bid
ills faco and started on his downward
course without any recession in the
miow storm, and people who were
surprised at Its continuing all ni&lit
were amazed at it continuing
in this latitude, here in South a
land of almost perpetua I sunshine, it
is unprecedented and in iy for years to
come mark au era in ttw annals of the
The Flret N»t(o nal.
The First National bank, of this
city, has just issued i» neat little
pamphlet with its coropil ments to the
Rank customer. Tho mo^le^t object ot
the little book is in a poptular way to
give customers Information and offer
suggestions that will aid the bank
customer in transacting business
smoothly aud satisfactorily with the
bank, showing the baukiDg~«s>'stem in
its prae'leal working*. It -000181118
much Information to people- who are
ju«t commencing to do busiuesui with
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
A? A SACRIFICE.
A Raie Opportunity to Obtain Extra Nice
BED ROGK PRICES
EVERYTHINGI NCLLDEl): La-
dies', Misses', Men's, Boys' and
T1 i IT! A II fl
Ask for Quotations.
Becker & Co.,
BRENHAM, - • TEXAS
THE IMPLEMENT FACTOR*
Important Meeting of Leading Citizens:
The meeting held iu the rooms of
Brenham Board of Trade at 10 o'clock
Thursday morning was quite well at-
tended by our leading business men.
B. Eldridge was called to the chair,
aud A. Wangemann eleoted secretary.
The soliciting committee reported
the proposition under which they had
been working, and what they had ac«
complished, about $18,000 had been
subscribed and promised. Mr. Am-
nions was present aud explained
more fully the character and capacity
of tho proposed plant, and what it
would accomplish for the stockhold-
ers, anu town. He had. he said, two
propositions from other towns, Out
gieatly preferred Brenham because,
iu his judgment, It combined more ad-
vantages for the successful operation
of such a plant, thau any place iu tbe
A motion was offered and adopted
that a committee of lour be appointed
to canvass tbe city for tbe purpose of
raising the balance of tho stock. The
committee consisted of G. Hermann,
Frank \V. Wood, B. Schmid and A.
The above committee were instruct-
ed to push tbe work and report back
to this meeting, which on motion
was adjourned until 10 o'clock to-day.
Free I'll Is.
Send your address lo H. K. Bucklen & Co.,
of Chicago, and get a free sample box of
Dr. King's New Lite Tills A trial will con-
vince you ol their merits. These pills are
easy in action and »re particularly etfe tive ill
the ctue of Constipation and Sick Headuche.
f or Malaria and l.iver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. I liev are guar n-
teed to be perfectly free from c very deleti rious
substance and t'> be purely vegetable. 'I hey
do not weak) n by their ac ion, but by Kiving
tone to s.omach and bowel* greaily invigor-
ate the system. Recular size 25 cents per
box. Sold by Jos. Tristram, Druggist.
Texas Resources. au industrial
paper published at Waco says :
"The citizens of Brenham offer to
give the Santa Fe railway Co., $150,-
000 and free water for 99 years, If the
Company will remove its repair shops
and round houses from Temple to
This is :t munificent ofler aud
ought to bring tho shops if it eyer
had been offered, whlcii we doubt.
Brenham however, will do anything
within reason to get the shops,
but General Manager Yoakum has
never yet granted the Board of Trade
committee an audience to submit a
proposition or ascertain what tho
Santa Fe want to move the shops
thougii he has promised that no seem-
ing delay on his part 111 setting the
time fot ihe conference would militate
against Brenham and our tow line is
out for those shops yet, whether we
ever get them or not.
IT the Maby Is Cutting Teelli.
Mrs. W'insi.ow's Soothing Struh Ims
tiecu used for over KIKTY YEARS by Mil.
I IONS of MOTHERS for their CHILD-
REN WlIILKTEETHlNO.with PERFECT
SUCCESS. It SOOTHES the CHILI),
SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS all PAIN;
CURES WIND COLIC, and is the best
remedy for DIARRHtE. Sold by Drug-
gists in every part of the world. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. W'inslow's Soothing Syuip,"
and tsk* no other kind. Twrnty-fiVe rent*
PETITIONED TO BUY A FARM.
Th« County Commlsslonere—Oyer Two
A petition was in circulation Thurs-
day, aud was signed readiiy by every
one to whom it was presented, asking
the board of county commissioners to
purchase a county farm on which to
work the county convicts and keep
The intention of the petitioners Is
toget a farm established where all
the oouuty convicts can be worked
and when there is 110 farm work to
take the convicts and work them on
the public roads aud build the county
The idea is a good ouo and if
adopted will save the county
thousands of dollars and put tbe pub-
lic roads and bridges in a much bet-
ter condition thau they ar« at present,
and is worthy of the serious consider-
ation of the board.
Dr. H. Upshaw, of Gay Hill, was in
tho city yesterday.
Mr. Arthur Barnett, ot Lyons, was
in the city yesterday.
Mr. 11. K. Felder, of Chappell Hill,
•pent Wednesday in the city.
IN FAVOR OF HORSt t/.LAT. ""
Veterinarian:) Say They Know of No Ob-
jection to It* I'hc.
"Shall vo cat .horse?" is n question
which a Philadelphia neY.'-spap'.'i' lias
been putting to luadin;? veterinarians.
While nono of tliein answered squarely
in tho affirmative, there was general
concurrence in tho opinion that horso
meat makes rather good eating at a
pinch. Francis Bridge said, "Tho llr?li
is as nutritious aud in flavor as good as
that of tho bovine, and I seo.no go::il
reason to interdict its nso as human
food." W. L. Zuill declared that lio
would eat it iu prcfereir-o to pork. It
is "moro juiry and of better flavor than
ox flesh,"- ho said. S. J. J. Hargar,
who had onco eaten a mnlo tenderloin,
found it inferior in liber and tasto to
E. 51. Michiner thought that horse-
flesh was not injurious to "human
health," and ho pointed out that nei-
ther tuberculosis, actinomycosis or tri-
china was found ill tho horse, tho ex-
ception being noted that ;aro casts of
tuberculosis had been recorded. John
W. Gadsden believed that tho flesh of
young horses properly cooked was good
for man, and ho thought, that if hov.-es
got much ,chcapcr "thero would bo a
great temptation to try it. " Samuel ('.
Weber said: "Tho flesh of tho horso
seems to remain tender with ngo and
has a moro pungent savor than that of
other animals. From tlmsa superior
qualities it may readily bo seen Why it
should bo moro digestible than other
meat, which often conies from animals
which arc prematurely as well as ex-
cessively fattened. In Europe, whoro
raw meat is prescribed by physicians, it
is generally that of thu horse. They
claim it is moro healthy for those un-
dergoing severe muscular exerciso and
moro nutritious for tho weak and ame-
Alexander Glass sounded a warning
in tho following experience: "In two
instances, when I ate horseflesh, I found
tho meat very tender and rather pleas-
ant to tho taste. At tho time I could
liot shake off the thought, 'Whatif this
horso Is incipient glanders?' for sonio
of that i cat was very rare. " Several
years ago Dr. Iluidckoper of Philadel-
phia invited some members of tho Phil-
adelphia club and of tho City troop to a
dinner, at the conclusion of which ho
announced to his guests, whoweremu t
pleased with tho repast, that tlicy h
dined oil tho carcass of his old wh >
"mo ft'east of Reconciliation" was
a religious festival, established by Quei n
Mary, to be held Jan. 1 j, to cel-
ebrate tho return of the Church of Eng-
land to tho see of Rome.
Mom to It' y, a Spanish viceroy, had
his namo given to tho California town
"Priam's bottle," found at Troy,
is of pure gold, shaped almost exact-
ly like tlie show bottles seen in drier
gists' windows, and weighs one
During the reign of liiolr.p! II
wood for burning cost in l.«o:'le.;s "0
cents u load A load was who: \
be carried by a horse
Graham flour should eo;a..;st of
tho whole wheat, erour.d to a r.ni
form degree of fineness
Milwaukee is a variation ol ,'re
newaukce, meaning "rich a
tifnl count rv."
Very Much off Color
Are p. oplfi who hiv troubled with chronic
iivnr compliir t. Hile in the b'ood tinges tho
cuticlt! anil even Ihe evcbilb, »nd also innm-
fp«U its presence by unmisiness in the right
side and brneath the r «ht shou'der blnde,
furred tongue, mm*oa, sick hen ache ami an
unpleasant breath. It is u-tially uccompa-
nied bv costiveness and dyspepsia. For ihe
ailment itself, and its various manifestations,
Ilostetter's Stomach Hitters i> a speedy and
eomplote remedy. This standard medicine
also prevents and cures chills and fever,
rheumatism, nervousness and the intirmiiies
incident to declining yenrs. Il builds up an
enfeebled physique and fortifies it against
dsease. Appetite and nightly s'umher ate
promoted by it, and it ij a protector against
the effects of a wetting, of overwork, ex-
posure ar.d unwholesome food or water.
Notice to Taxpayers.
A11 parties owing taxes for the year
1804, and all parties in arrears with
their occupation tax are earnestly re-
quested to call at tho tax collector's
offico and settle before tbe 2oth day
of February, 1805, to save the penalty
imposed bylaw. HamHciu.knker,
Tax Collector. Washington Co.
Brenham, Feb. 14, I860.
umlfi reasonable eondltlonj-, l>n mil ►«> tt
can mil be ilnne 'till *<>n -t-iel l"r 131 rage enla-
logue ol llHAl'tjllON 8 l'!!\ell( A I. Ill'-I-
NKSS COI-UKliK, Na<liville. lenit. This eol-
le^e Ia str.ingly endorsed 1*> l-.vikeis aud mer-
eh.Mili* all o\ev llie I'nited Ma i>s »■> well in
KurrUn Ooitulriea. KOI' 11 weeks by Draneh-
on's mellolof teaeldnn book-keeping Is >-<iiml
loTWItlVK week- by Ihe ohl )tlan. Special
advantages Iu Shorthand. I'enmansli'.p and
Cheap board. Open !<• Volli irtu 'A -lates
and territories now represented. Wnte f<>- 120
pace catalog", which will explain "nil "
Aildrens J. K, Dranghon, I're-t., Nashville,
Term (Mention thin paper.)
N. 11. This college has prepared Wmk» for
"lloin* Study.'' book-keeplnf, penmanship
Rev. Frask De WittTalmage, Bon
of the Brooklys divine, is meeting
with great success in bis paatorate
at Pittsburg. At the lust com-
munion service he welcomed into
bis church. Tbe Second Presby-
terian, sixty-six new members, fort j-
eight on confession of faitb.
How Are Tour Byes?
State ok Ohio, City of Toledo, \
Lucas County. /
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of tho firm of F. I. Che-
ney & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that
said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUN-
DRED DOLLARS for each and every caso
of < atari h that cannot be cured by the use
of Hall's Catarrh Curk.
FRANK ,J. CHENEY.
Sworn to and subscribod in my presonce.
this Gth day of Decembet, A. I). 1886.
Do they ache, burn, itch, water or tire upon eontiMW*
use ? 11 so they are defective and thould be carefully f "-f
with classes. Aro you subject to chronic headaches? Hm
kind that begins in the region back of and aronndtht nw,
muking the eyes feel hoavy and dull? If »o, the —- :L
at fault and a pair of glasses are needed. Dcn't AqriMi
your eyes when you can call and consult PROF. HIR5CH.
bEKG, tho recognized New York and Si.Louis Eye Expert
_w_ or one of his staff. Remember tho dates, December lllfc
EYE GLASS ESU 12th and 13th.
YV. J. GRABEK, Sole Agent for Brenham, Texas.
K. E. L UHN,
A. V. GI.F.ASON,
Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally ar.d |
acts directly on the blood and mucous s.ir- |
faces of ihe fV9tem.
Address,. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. |
BST'SoId by Druggists, "5c.
Bishop Neivman tbis year, instead '
of giving bis customary New Yeaa's j
dinner to tho pastors of Oraana und
vicinity, expended the money in
buying overcoats for needy
Wanted; for ofllcc work, on salary, in iuo*t
every countv In the south and west, a young
lady or gentleman. Those from the country also
accepted Kxperienee not necessary; in faci,
prefer beginners at a small Hilary at first, say to
oegin, from $M.iU to $tiG.00a month.
Lhances lor rapid promotion uoow. Must d»*-
jx-s't in bank ca>h, about $100.00. No loan
asked; no investment required. It is a salaried
and permanent position. (Mrlctly otli -e work.)
The entrprlse is strongly endotsed by bankers.
Address iv o. ilox in, Nashville, TeQU. [Men-
tion this paper.]
Tbe Met dist snnual confererico in
Germany lias been fixing the salarie
of all preahers within masimuri and
minimum figures. Tbe largest sum
given to one pastor is $800; tbe
lowest, $150. 'Tbe gradations aro
according as tlie preacher is married,
unmarried or bas children.
MAIN STKKftT, BKENHAM,
-;' Staple Drnp, Fine (Meals, Patent Hedicim,
Tiaast 5?c rjumor? ncd Toilet Soaps, Combs, lair, Wall
aad 'Jtaoth Brashes in Bndless Varioty.
Phy» eians proscriptions »lwuys rocoivo prompt attention and will b* 61*4 vttktSl
uto )s'. care st sr: y time, d»y or night. In madieinos, quality is of th« fast f
I hi burl in '.be ohtmMit.
Thoso who have used Dr. King's New
Discovery know it« value, and those who
bave not, have now the opportunity t© try it
Free. Call on the ndvertised Druggist and
get a Trial Bott'e, Free. Send your name
and address to II. E. liuclcten & Co., Chicago
and cet a sample b.JX of Dr. King's New Life
Pills Free, as we'l as a copy of Guide to j
Health and Household Insiruclor, Free. All 1
of which is guaranteed to do you pood and j
cost you noibitig at Tos. Tristram's Drug ]
Even Corbett admits that tbe
man whom be deteated iu the
squared circle at New Orleaus wan
not the John L. Sullivan of old, but
a borken down victim of a misspont
life. Another evidence that ' truth
its might and will provail."
liucklin's Arnica Salve.
Tho Beii' Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sat. Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin erupt'ons, and positively
cures piles, or no pay required. It is guar-
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or money
refunded. Prico 25 cents per box. For
sale bv Jos. Tristram, the Druggist.
Texas raises one third of the cot-
ton ci op of the United States and
one-fifth of tho ertiro world, and yet
not one acre in a hundred of its
fertile soil is in cultivation, Texas
is large enough to raise cotton and
braed stuffs suiicieiit to clothe and
feed all of tbe poeple in North and
Fresh Fish ami Oysters.
For salo at the Di'ie Saloou by
C. W. Hess
Sells tbe best saddles, aud harness lor
less money, than any one In tbe city.
New shipment of
Magdeburgo Sour Krout,
Magileburge 1)111 Pickles,
New shipment of
Magdeburger Sour Krout,
Magileburge Dill Pickles,
A Happy New Yea:'
We wish you ali, and if you want
nice rich Jersey cream and plenty ot
it for your coffee, try the Metropolitan.
25 pints, 14 quarts or four gallons for
one dollar. K. 1'. Pomkkov,
a Card to the Publio
1 lake this method of informing my
friends and the public generally that
I am prepared to do painting and
paper hanging on short notice with
neatness ami dispatch. Leave orders
at J. Kollniey's furniture store.
Will buy il complete home made
double buggy himiess, and
Will buy it single set ot ouggy har-
ness, at C. W. Hc.HH.
Just Received :
Landroth's Garden Seed and
Genuino Now York Seed Pota-
toes, Early Kose, Hebron, Peer-
less and Early Goodrich—tho very
best varieties in tho market lor
planting. H. FISCHER,
Til* S i'a 1 k'ok Tfxas, 1 To the |creditors
County of Washington. J of H. Franke.
Yo 1 arc hereby notified that II. Franko of
the County of \Vashingion, on the 28th day
of December A. 1). 1 H<>r>, exceculed a deed
ot assignment, conveying to ihe undersigned
all of his property for the benefit of such of
his creditors as will consent to accept their
proportional share ot his estate and dis-
charge him from their claim, and that ihe
undersigned accepted said trust, and lias
dulv ijuahtied as iequired by law. AU
creditors consenting to faid assignment
must, wiihin four months after the publica-
tion of tho notice, make known to the as-
signee their consent in writing and within
six months from the dale of this notice, tile,
their claims prescribed by law, with the un-
dersigned, who resides at Brenbam, Te«as,
which is also his post-ottce addreas.
Witness my hand this dllT of
C. Mnrrwm, A»sisae«
Toilet Articles, Etc.
BOOTH tllDZ PUBLIC SQUARS
A lull supply of all lbs popular patent ccedicinu. Toilet article* wd in M*.
,umerie° in end'es# varirty. i'hya cirnf protcriptioni carefully and accurately mp
pounded at all houis, day or nicht.
Fall and Winter Goods!
Wo have now in Stock an elegant line of DreM
Goodfl in all tbe new styles of Wool Fabrics, with
trimmings to matcb.
LARGE LINE OF MEN'S, YOUTHS AND CHILDREN CLQTNIII,
Stetson Hats, all shapes. C. P. and otbGf popular
makes of Corsets.
Our Line of Carpets is Now Complete
Have just received a large shipment of the popular
John Kellv LadieR, Misses, and Children Shoes.
wholesale and retail dealell in
Staples Fancy Groceries
Western and Texan Produce,
imported and domestic
WINES, LIOUORS, CIGARS,TOBACCO
Delicacies, Candies, Preserved Vegetables, Fruits, Nuti,
Meal, Fish, Pickles, Canned Fruits, &c.
Sole Agent for American Brewing Association of Houston, Ttx«
ice in quantities at lowest rates.
sy-Jjowost wboleaalo prices to tho trade* Pays tho highest m&?kc4
prico lor Cotton and other produce.
TO THE TRADE!
I am not
FCRNITllRE AT COST
But if you need anything in my line give me a
call and I will prove to your satisfaction that I
am selling Furniture CHEAPER than those
who claim to sell at cost.
1 liavo now in >t<iie the most complete stock of NBW
FIT KMTI'in: ever brought to this market, which I inte*i
to close (»n ;u I! A K1 > i'l.MKS PRICES. Young couple*
will tinil il lo tl'eir advantago to givo me a call before buy-
in r ;li ir I'mniiuie. as 1 can aud will save them money.
The Old Reliable Furniture Dealer
OF THE LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF
Jos. Eckart's Jewelry Store,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
Diamonds, Opera Glasses,
Meerchaum Pipes, and other ar-
ticles too numerous to mention,
to be sold at STRICTLY COST
Store, South Side ot Courthouse Square.
B. F. TEAGUE, Assignee.
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Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, February 15, 1895, newspaper, February 15, 1895; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth486452/m1/3/: accessed June 10, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.