Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 15, Ed. 1, Friday, April 13, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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BEENHAM WASHlSTGTOff COUNTY TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 13 1877
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r.ViVr Publbliew and Proprietors.
Jfriilny April : : 13 1S77.
tJoKv-sii now shoulder high on
tlie Ri Grande.
It is stated that five 2Jew
York banters committed suicide
THE5itaJtoHan is warming
tip in its anVocacY of tilts course
of Ilaye? and -the administra-
tion. "What's up1
They liave just had an cs-
dtiiir mnmcipal election at
Fori Worth. G. II. Day the
ijrliicr Mayor was re-elfcctcd.
DnFusrt of &. Statesman
writes like a man afflicted with
jim-jams. Ila has actually be-
come insane upon the subject of
prohibition. Poor iillo.r.
A iteiyiio i of thrcs has
tieeTrt appointed "by the depart-
msjifrSfosrioaltare to iave3ti-
guto the grasshoppers and '.re-
port if possible' some 'feasible
plan of extermination.
Tnc-new State or dloradd-
contains more" than danble the
numbir of square miles of that
of ITew .Tork;-" and Texas is
more than ' double as largo as
TuKTrSujitf Imports "that a
Mexican sheep border was found
mlm1ced- near. Oakvillc List
week ; five bullet holes and-sev-crsl
fe.irful gasiiis were found
Half 'Faiik: The Central
Railroad' wllpas3fiTemon to
Houston to -participate in the
aiuveivary " celebration in that
city on the 21st inst at half
fare.' 'picket goo' J' fjr ;the:
man "'uttcfly brokeii'in mind."
JLs needs tc3. God help all
Mich pufotfunates. Itis to b3
hoped tho1nx-fced news'mou-
jrers will give the poor man a
sliortstay from their iJIe prying.
Tug. editor pt the Statesman
claiinto jb alpiiro unadulter-
ated .DemocrAtl -ret lie. layulies
praise upon Hayes and Ins ad-
4 ministration; andf at the fi.inie
tujie deals deadly blows at the
'Hon R. Q. Mills -ill of which
fill'harlqssly at his feet.
A"rmj all C'orjena is not to
bo shot. Mexico could not well
gctulonfj without him and it is
liofprobabie that she can get
along very well with him. One
tiiiugj otir frontier is likely to
be wliond of him for tome
time to come-.
Kavasota Tablet. We have
drawn "pretty heavily from this
sheet in the present nninbsr ot
the B vxxer. Under the ad min-
istration ot Mr. Gilbert wo find
It one. ol our most interesting
weekly exchanges." "Wo hope it
is rcceiviug th.it patronage
which its undoubted merits de-
serve. Sast jAciKTPtlay will bo a
big time in tlics; Eayon city.
Gov. flubbard has promised to
Tie thereon tneoccasfon. Scores
jit fire companies have accepted
invitations 1o be present and
partake of the .hospitalities of
their Houston brother firemen
whose hospitalities are always
princely. Many strangers will
Visit the city on the grand anniversary.-
The penitentiary has JJecn
furncd ever to- Messrs. Burnett
& ICilpatri'ck State agents ap-
pointed for the pnrpose of re-
ceiving it.- The conicls num-
There" lius- been much 6aid
about the mismanagement of
this institution and the cruelty
exercised on the cuuvicts. But
taLmitstberl'membenid that the
Bgated Tillainv of a State.
embrace the gentle and
in its nu-mbTtbip.
The blessed' relief .afforded Vy
this day to the pons of toil is
not properly appreciated by the
children of affluence nor even
by those in moderately easy eir
cani-.tances. At the close of the
week's labor as the- afternoon'
hours approach the evening the
man who has been activelycn-
SHiied in any of the active duties
of life 1ip.ivc a sigh of relief as
he contemplntes the refreshing
invigorating rest that -await
him on the morrow when he
can lay down for a brief season
the burden ot his toil and the
weight of his cares.
It thc'Christian religion had
poiijerrc'd J nnthTng'clse'iCuie
world other than the obligation
ot observing one day in the
week this of itself would bavo
been sufficient to mark its in-
troduction as a remarkable and
beneficial era in the world's his-
tory. Properly "observed it is
well "calculated to give man a
foretaste of the promised here-
after when all that irritates
annoys and vexes shall cease
and be remembered no more-
forever. It was not 'our intention when
we commenced this article to
write an essay on morals or re
ligion. The Sabbath wasmade.j
for man tor lha. toiling millions I
and its proper observance imbues
man with new strength and
vigor to discharge the active du-
ties that devolve on himjfor the
succeeding six day? whether
physical or mental exertiou
bo called into requisition.
Observation has demonstrated
that neglecting to observe one
day in seven cannot be practic-
ed with impunity and when per-
sisted'in for any langth ot time
severe penalties are visited-on
the offender. We do not pre
tend to say that this is a Visita-
tion of the Divine displeasure.
But' whatever may bo the con-
sequences of violating a statute
law or" "flanking" it by ingeu-
iou5 devices the law'of Jnature
requiring respite from the per-
sistent exertion and camiot be
violated with impunity. All hail
glorious Sabbath! we welcome
thy near approy-h 1
This Society was organized
Hjcembsr 177o having fir its
objvetthe mutual improvement
of its members and the spend-
ing of 0110 evening in each week
in pleasant social intellectual
intercourse. Tims far its course
has been marked by harmouy
good feeling and intellectual en-
joyment. May it ever last! a
liv'ing monument'' of the good
sense pf its founders
Its -first 1'rcoident yas" Rev!
Mr. DaShiel ; the second and
third term f this ofiice was
filled by Major B. lb Bassett;
tha fourth term by Gen. John
Sayles ; the fifth by 0. C. Gar-
rett Eq; and the (th and pres-
ent incumbent is .Mojor B. II.
The re union of the club is a
source of rational enjoyment to
the older members and ot im-
provement and refined culture
to the younger. Tt is indeed a
credit to our city and cannot
tail to inspire those young men
who arc so fortunate as to be
members witlc laudable and
State Fatk. The eighth an-
nual State Fair will be opened
at Houston Tuesdiy the 22d
The Directors offer liberal
premiums on all the various in-
dustries. This Fair is a State institu-
tion and should bo a source of
State pride to contribute to its
snects. At every annual meet-
ing distinguished visitors from
abroad put in appearance. Hun-
dreds and hundreds of thoso'iir
other States who contemplate
making. Texas their future
homes a'cc oewnini to visit
us ubont that time and they re-
ceive their first hnpiewions ot
the resource ot our great State
from the-articles seen on exhibi-
tion. W. J. Iluchim is president
and Jas F. Dninblc becrctary.
The latter genth man will give
any. information dcircd.
THE DUTY OF DEJiOCKATS.
We clip the following from
the Montgomery (Ala.) Adeer-
iistr; edited by Maj. W. W.
Scfews one of the most brilliant
and forcible writers in that State.
What the editor says is is true
as it is scathing and it is as .
scathing as it it had fallen from "
the pen ot Junius himself. It
maps out the only path tor t)em-
ocrats to follow consistmit with
honor and patriotism :
.We shall- take it lor granted
that no good Democrat no good
citizen wept into this battle
simply to elect a particular
Democratic candidate to the
presidency. -We certainly did
not. We went into this bnttle
to break dow I the domination
of the Republican party growu
gray in trespasses and sins. We
went into this battle to r'eCov'er
for the tux-paying people of
America au efficient control
over the expenditure of ihcir
own bard-earned moliey lavish-
ed for y-ars and by millions of
dollars at the wanton will of
corrupt and irresponsible men
in office. We went into this
battle to put a stop to the deg-
radation of American States by
the lawless use of Fpderal mil -itary
power in the interest of a
ectional party. Is it not plain
to-day that we have made great
and glorious progress towards
the complete achievement ot all
these high and patriotic ends ?
The Republican party stands
to-day "before the country brand-
ed by its o.vn act as the party of
fraud. It has seated a President
in Washington in defianceof the
Eopnlar will by the avowed
etu of the basest of mankind
ami through an nuparallelled
degradation ot he highest tri-
bunal in the land. We put it
to the conscience of e cry honest
man in the United States wheth
er such a victory so Won is njt
indeed tlie worst and most irre-
trievable of defeats.
It is of importance to the
whole country that we should
all of us settle down to the fact
that this particular presidential
struggle i over and iliat noth-
ing short ol a revolution can
missat the President who has
been so falsely and so fraudu-
lently seated at Wathipgton.
The country does not want such
a revolution could not be made
better off by such a revolution
would in "all probaojlity be
made ir finitely worse off by buch
a revolution. -But if the coun-
try is not to be bettered by a
revolution it certainly i3 not to
be bettered by any relaxation of
the public conscience and the
public will in regard to the
quality of the tenure by which
Mr. Hayes holds power and of
the methods by which that ten-
ure was established. It is 'the
duty and the privilege of the.
Democratic "party to sec that
this does not take place.
Old LIuc MhlS.
Those who think it likely that-
a large number of Old Line
Whigs will leave the Democrat-
ic party and take a new depait-
uro for the Hayes camp are
reckoning without their host
and would do well to read the
following emphatic denial of-any
such intention on the part ot
Old Line Whigs tittered by
Hon. L. It. Davis ot Limestone
county Alabama a fair repre-
sentative ot tkq.t gallant old
party whose banners have for
some time been furled :
The Alabama State Journal
in an article brim Jul of bosh
calls lustily upon Old Line
Whigs to rally in support of
Hayes ne singles out some
fifty men among whom we find
our name and calls upon us in
particular to raise the banner
for Hayes. "We will not quote
from the article viewing it as
we do as adding insult to inju-
ry but will simply say to Bing-
ham & Co. that we would see
you d-n-d first.
If we ever do quit the Demo-
cratic party we do not intend to
join in with a band ot thieves
who hae become so expert in
the business as to steal the
presidency ; we arc fully deter-
mined to go further if wa do
TiiEBE'aro twenty-eight daily
and weekly newspaper publish-
cd iu the oil district ot Pensyl-vania-
The laboring class are
the most liberal patrons of news-
paper; the rich aire generally
too -poor to afiurd such a luxu-
ry. m .
JbnK D Ltr recently cxe-
cnted for complicity in' the
Mountain' Meadow massacre-
left eighteen wives and sixty
ehiidicn to mourn his untimely
As the time approaches for
invalids and pleasure seekers to
repair to fashionable' watering
places Tex-uis should not forget
that the Lone Star State has
tlie-finest mineral springs' in the
world unsurpassed for th ir
healing and lie'ilth-giving quali-
ties. Thousands of Invalids
will testify to tlld trathfullncss
of this assertion. It is thought
that not le33 than ten thousand
people will visit these springs
the coining Eeason.
The Lampasas Dispatch cen-
tains the following information
iu reference to these springs:
The waters are as fine a3 at
any previous year and their
abundance snrpusi-s any othSr
sulpher springs in tho world.
There aie five or. fi different
springs with as many varieties
of water adapting themselves
to the various diseases which
present themselves. More peo-
ple an be boarded in good
style than ever before fur new-
houses hae been .built and old
ones have been added to. Ar-
rangements have been made at
the upper springs for the board-
ingaof two hundred people and
I the unparalleled grove invites a
tuouaauu campers 10 pucn mcir
tents around the cooling water-.
The bath houses will soon be in
readiness add when warm
weather come.' no place on
earth afTjrds such fine advan-
tages for this healthy and .pleas-
urable enjoyment enjoyment.
Two livery stables will trans-
port the visitors who stay in
town to the springs. and excur-
eions to the pictnre&qie scenery
all aronnd will bs of daily oc-
currence. We advise those who contem-
plate a summer recreation to
consider the advantages of Lam
pasas. Fconoaiy and restored
health point to this pldce.
As our government is not yet
an acknowledged military des-
potism we see no great merit io
ordering the troops to vacate the
capitol of South Corolina a
place where their unwelcome
shadows never should have
fallen. . It was an act of justice
merely that and nothing more.
This way ot canonizing an offi-
cial simply for discharging his
duty and keeping within the
pale of the law is in exceeding
In withdrawing the troops
from tho capitol Mr. -Hayes
simply recrossed the line ille-
gally crossed hy his predecessor
making a corporal or seijeant
tho judges ot the credentials ot
a member of the Legislature.
Had law and justice been meted
out to his predecessor he would
have been impeached for the
illegal and oppressive purposes
to which he applied the .army.
The Statesman professedly
Democratic is lavish iu its lau-
dation of President Hayes Is
it possible that there is to be a
change in some post-office; or
perhaps in flie collectorship'on
some Texas port ?-Who knows ?
Col. Uesev C. Txi.vq the
great stock raiser of Western
Texas now occupies the chair
editorial of the San Antonio
Herald and is making a good
paper of it too.
All the prominent Republi-
cans of South Carolina adhere
strictly to tho Hampton Gov-
ernment. They want none of
Chamberlain in iheirV
Gov. Hubbard is to deliver
the address at the firemen's cel-
ebration in Hoiu-ton on the 21st
instaut Sin Jacinto dav.
Tiiekk are said to tie over
two hundred students in daily
attendance at the Texas Agri-
Tin: wages of employees on
the Central Railroad have un-
dergone a reduction of ten per
Tde Cincinnati Enqxtirer
! characterizes Haye? Southern
policy as "Pcanut Statesmanship;-
Tnrc Coluuibus Ga. cotton
factories are soon to" have sixty
thousand spindles in operations.
I-state warrants are worth
from eight five to ninety cents
ou the dollars at Austin.
It is said that Saimiel J. Til-
den' owns several tine silver
ruiiie in Xev.ido toiritorv.
"Wn tli mar.inj krtfit aHs tiei
l)"iiit' my wife nml me.
My a " ilitl Iipp r far exceed
As llirce timed three doe- tli re-
Uitt ajier ten and lialf le'i year-.
We inanand wife lnd been.
Her ace came up aa near ti mine
As eight dow td sixteen-" -
Who can answer I
San Felipe March 30.
The farmers in this part are
generally through planting corn
and many have planted their
cotton. Others are planting.
The forme's are anticipating an
abundant crop this season their
Lridi b'ing iu a high state ot
Grasshoppers have not yet
been seen here.
San Felipe is blessed with
schools ; I fear too much so for
it to bo prosperous iu the way
of education. It ha thiee and
if they were united there is no
qaeition bat what it would be
better for all. I haye a school
of twenty pupil- fjnr mile3 east
of town and you. may know
from this that the people in this
part are not negligent in regard
to e lucatioual matters.
There wa3 a convrsitional
party given at the church last
evening in honor of its member.
A nfee supper free of charge was
spread for all. Every thing
went oft in a stylish ma-iner.
The people of this place are
in high spirit in regard to the
S. F. R. R. They think it will
be here in due time to carry off
the preocnt crop. Look out
before many years will have
rolled around San Felipe will be
quite a town.
- W. A. S.
Tne Louisiana commission
met at jNew Orleans the 6th
inst. The Packard government
is aptly described as a fixed
fact a rooted reality. Hayes's
commissioners have been agree
ably surprised and favorably
The X. Y. Tribune says edi-
torially : ".Mr. Packard wants
the whole Louisiana" controver-
sy lipped open from the begin-
ing. -He aUo gets in a little sar-
casm at the expense of the Pres-
ident. Air. Packard seems bent
on provoking an insurrection of
tho national stomach."
The good people of Grimes
county aie in ecstacies or in a
fair way of being so over the
discovery of a silver mine on
the Bcdias. Why the people of
Grimes are walking over the
richest sort of silverinines ovcrv-
tiuie they loeompte over her rich
This new mine ?s one that
had been hi J out by the Indians
aud only visited by them in se-
cret. Well we shall learn more
Nashville American: A fair
cm respondent of a Tennessee
exchange signs a letter "Cy-
prian." A little learning is "a
dangerous thing exceedingly
dangerous. In all the news
paper enterprise wo have never
known one secured as a corres-
pondent before at least without
a non de plum. Rexes'
The JVeics forgets tfiat sense
is every day saciificed to sound
and leaving out the meaning
cyprian is a euphonious word.
At the late term of the Dis-
trict Court of Harris county
there' were six divorces granted
Eadeone of the couples of the
siv "had but a 'single thought''
to get released iioiu- its yoke
The State lledical Conven-
tion met in Galveston last Tueh-
day. There was a large repre-
sentation of tho faculty in at-
tendance. '"Wt the municipal election of
Rockdale-held the 3d instant
1 A. Hill was elected Mayor
and W. II. Crouin Marshal.
On next. Thursday Grant will
sail? lor Europe' to remain two
Jliess do lord ! llallalnjah
Tin: total indebttidnoisof the
State of Virginia is estimated
The Alab-Miia fruit crop
been injured by Jro?t.
A Sahiiile BotlloFre6
If you ate troubled with Hovlnclio
dullne incapacity to keep tho mird on
any snbjict dizzy !-ley of hervoup
fn-Iinjre gloomy forcl rdinpB irratabil-
ty of temper or n lnl taMe In the
mouth unfit inly appetite cl liujr stn-
vitnnin the tluoit pain in tho Bide 01
about the phoiildris1 co'.di if? of cxtrem
hits. etc. or th fact any sli:tuin of
Liver complaint bi.itiusut constipa
tion tif lliu towels or dy pepia fzo to
your druss'11' R. E I.11I111 nml git a
Imttle of Dr. Sliermui' I'lhkly Aih
Ibllenv No Rinrit ia mtd in their
iimnuHctiirn except a puio article of
It llaul Qm. I. miles in partimlar
uill lind them peculiarly adapted tu
their wants in nil ajri s and conditions
nfllfe. Tliula'ilo teila all they con-
Ultif consequently (iliTbicans do not
hesititi. In p'escribc tliem. Sauiplu
bott'e for trial ice. Jlei'uhtr size $1
T.13 l'copla Want I'rodt
Thure la no medicine prescribed by
physicians or Bold by Drugjiista that
carried such evidence of its success and
superior virtue as noSCIlKikV OERUVN
sykup for severe coughs colds nettled
ou the bienst comsuinntion or any dis
eu.e of tho throat a-uninS. A proot
ef that fact is thit any person afllicted
can n-t & sample bottle for ID cents
and try its snperi r effect before buyiuK
t'.io regular ize at To cents. It has
ItUly been introduced iu this country
from Germany and Ira Wonderful cures
aroaatojisliinr evei-youo that use it.
Three doaea will relieve any cape. Try
it. Sold bv U. E. Luha & Co Ilrcn-h-im.
tt . H.Tctt. M.D..for niany nt r r
I.CTFTTT.r.T' offpred bVTT.r.TS
I ii'"?iom- In th Medical CoUcgs of ij!'3
rii.TRW Demonstrator of Anat-...
itjti-3 Talrtr Tear' exrrleace 1111 h.j
TUTT'Stuu rrnctlcc of medlclie. to-riLL8
TCTI'SR'ller with nnten ears' testriLLS
TiTTT'-sof Tulf. Tills awl thp ihctis-piLI
TI'TTandt of tcstlJioilals glrtti tifntiiS
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TUTT'SfrouiatllKasnl liver. ThtrareTILLS
Tl'Tl "Midi recoaiDiiitleil Tor allllic Ills PI LL3
TUTTVIhat atalct linmanltv. bnt forPILLS
TtlTT'sllon.1 11ckS1Iii DKtase llll-pi. .a
1 5 Ions Colic Ittl:iimatl"ni. Palpi-!.; g
iF4?S tat 1011 of llic Heart. Jtldi.crMi'i'S
1 irri.t MIeetloii.. Female tomrlajuta. J!;tpS
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TL'TT'dcraniremcnt of Hie I-lver noPILLS
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TUTT8 :Uaibsco.ddI;elinn.antinJ. PILLS
TCTT'S :Icep bnojant ppititJ fine; PILLS
TLTT'S np'-lite aro som of tlie; PII.LR
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TCTT'S -ICINE.. TCTT'S TILLS: I'll LS
TrrT'S JAt!E TflE DEST 1'i.E.! PILLS
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This unrivaled preparation ha per-
formed some of the most 'astonishing
cue that are recorded in the annals
o( history ratfents tuiTering for
ears from the varioii" diseases of tils
Lungs after trying different remedies j
t pending thousands ol dollars in trav-
Uing and doctoring have By the
use of a few bottles entirely recov-
ered their health.
"WON'T GO TO FLORIDA."
ITCT7 Tork. A-Ocmt S?. 1873.
DEIT-XVhanla Alken.Ust tTj-atw! ccd
yoar Eiiectorant for my consh. && rcnllied
more beacfit from It Uiaa ajihlnc I ever look.
I am toVell'tat I -will not c to Florid nex
winter tu I intended. Dead me oce dozca tol-
lies by express for come frionda.
ASJJUlO CUSHTHO. 133 West Ttirty-flret 8t.
Brtn J'aflBary n 1874-
TMi oertili"rB tbrt t fove reeoooendod too
m of Dr. Tutt'tf Sxpectcrant far diacjues
of tho lun3 for the part two years and to ray
knowledjc many boitlcs have been used by my
pticntB 7i:h"lho happiert rcsuita. to. two cases
"where itwoa thoueht "confirmed coaamnptioc
ti taken place tho Cxpectorast cfTcoted a cura
TX. H. SPBAQTTZZU).
VTo can not apesir fto highly of D r. Tuttf3
expectorant and foV the iskcror eufTerlns
humanity hope it may beoorao oToro cAcraIly
known." Cbhitiam Atv6?te. 0
boM by JOracgisCs. Vrlce Ol.OO.
SHEET IIEET rCOSWORKEHS.
DEALERS IS GESEL'At
Hoir'p Fitrntelilng floods Pnm of all
dLJcrlpVioh". CJobkiug uud lleating
St.iv. a in lavce Variety.
wroitjht Iron Pipo and Sttnm Fit-
tings cut and luted to order. Rocling
antl t. pouting done at Mwrt notice.
Thankful for tl.o lilicr.il patronage
lie-towrd upon the old firm we ri spf ct
fully s dicit a c niinuance of the Baroe.
llrenham. July 26th. 1873.
Taken np by Adam Butler and ea
tr ijett bi-lore ii. A Waltum. J. P Pre
cint No.4 IV'a'hiiigioii county on the
17th day or .March A. D 1877 a pair
red Ox nbom 8 years old. marked crop
oir lo.t ear and iplit in right ear and
branded oi hip D.
ATraied by Peter Wilkinson and
Tred ilallctt at $13.
Taken n. by John X. Redford and
pNtrnjetl bf-fure B A. Wat on J. P.
Pricinct Xo.4. Wt'Hitngtou ountv.pf
thn HI h dav or Ma.r'chv A. D. l'S77 a
Bay Hone Hnre Piiuy" about 0 jrars
old nlxilil 1'4 ha'idx high hoghailtid
and brahdtd irdin'tincilx. on I.-ft ehoul
der and nppralMil by If. B. Juces and
Sra Arnett at $Z6.
II. JI.-I.kv. i-..
marS0w4l c.c c. tt.c.
TOU 1V011K HONK N'KTI.Y AMI
I Kj prMUplK at tlii-ofl-.v. I
UUEfclDLOVIS 4 EWIXG.
Attorn.o"j''a - txt dLMorw
Hrent am. Texan
Y1 T. KAVANAUGH
llrenlum 2 Texas.
Will practire in W'a.liiBBten and d-
Jniuinj; countte. janlGdliuwSm
J. M. (Jos Bi. tcs M( Farlacd
60S3 it McFAKLAXD.
Office Upstairs in Allcorn building
Sear Breedloe t Cliaduicka Bank.
S. R. KEVDA.
Burton - Texas
Will practice in the District. County
and Jnrtices Courts Prompt ait.n
Hon given to the collection of clai.ua
I. H. BOHEUS '
Bartou Washington en. Tex.
J. A. UPSC'OMB
j3S.iior-aaoy-Bj - n.-t-Xin.x7-
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Will practice in tho District Courta
of Washington iAie and Burlesou coun
Oppice up s'airs over Giddinir's Bank
n.ic Williams w. n. eii.i.i.ngsi.i;a
Br.nham. lluppell Hill.
W1LUA3IS & BILMNUSLEA
Ollice in Onins bjildinp Kaet sJde
Court IIouso ScjuarL'
Prompt attention to collectione1 ex-
auiinniKland titles and paving taxes
for non residents..
J. TrNorrtr.Sf.D. L. B. Creath M. D
Bus.- Morris & cratr
Pltjslcians and Surgeons
Offer ifctTr Prpfcsxional services to
the citizens of Brenlinm and vicinity
Ortice 'Vood t bo. Druff Storo. .
Muy 14th 1874: 3m
DB. J. W. FOOTE.
of Virginia lato of Gontif e Texas.
Having attended a fall Conrse of
Ltcmres at the Baltimore College of
Dental Sorgery and having had supi
nor advantages in Practice feels a-
aured that he can oaiai.tte satisfaction
in every branch of his bnsinvffi.' Office
over Wood's dfrfg store. flreDliam.
C. TT. KJLJ&DJBjjr
(Kladou'a T3rict Bailding)
Corner Main .iim! Uotrclass Stftifa.
brexiiam. TEXAsjGrcfieries aSd- P'61sijn
Whole'eale and Retail dealer i&
STAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries and Provisions
IFnOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER
Tobacco Cigars Pijiis SnuJ
Powder SAotr Cdp's. Paints
Oils Woodcn-zcVre- ifrails-
Rope Brushes Collars-
Raxnei; Traces- Jars
Jxujs Wines arid
ble Agent for tlio celebrated
LONDON SWAN GIN
TT. J.-Lesip's Geleceated
f. LODll BOTTLED BEfll
In qaartis and pints Superior to any
E5f Thn Iilih3t niarkrt price paid
for Cotton Hides and other Country
produce. March 1 1874-v. "
Hew Goods !
- Dealers in
Dry Goods and Groceries iVV
tions-f Cigars and 2'obacco.
Peukirl'uilding corner St. diaries and
Out- slock is complete add will be
eold at Pinal prollits for calnr cuntry
11: BIXUULTARV i-CO
Uoa'sc az& Si?n Painters-
Painting Graining Gilding
and Marbling Plaits add
Decorated Papir Daitging
sc ilic c?.
Satisfaction given and all work gtlar-
nntecd Shop under the BoofeatUrb.
Augtut lSlli. I870'd&wtf.
Ilkvlng purchased the blooded Hill'
notice is hereby giVen tliat' he will
fttnd at' my lable at tlio low pr ce- of
to un ier i-i-aion payable iu com or
d - .cl'JJirirtf
" - ..I 1 ''" .
Alt brdefsk-tt at the fcounty Cleik'a1
offlie.Breiiham or uddr. sed tuini-at
Iiidepfrndecceivill receive prjiuipt at-
tention -a-ta iua)Suif
D. G. SMITH
All orders filled promptly at iivfng
prices. Putionage solicited.
Baker and Confectioner
Jtain Stfmt B"fUDfiarn. Teiaa.
Dealer in Staple arid Fajicr Grocerfe
W inep L iqunrs Laper Beer ic lir.t
read fresh Cakes and; Pics ou hand at
Ant street aider t(u' Cenifai II(M.
"- Brenham Texas.
Shavinff shamrnonitipr - dyinrf and
liair cutiing done to order.' ratr-maee"
touTLER & b.sby.
COATRACTCRS and BUILDERS'
B ES1IAM - . TkLii..-
Brick in larf-fc quSntiiie? alwava on
hand. Contracts for building iakeu
at living rnces. Jib work a special
TT" & BARNETT
ESatrafs j lannfa5ttji'erir-
Keeps constantly ft'n fianfl aclilne
inade Matrasses Of ill kiufHM.lcitho
Is felling at ra. defalo prft-ea Jftf cli
' r- l I'teb. fgt; neif floor th R.
lloffmaft aftd examine mv tnairasea
and pnecj before purcbashlng elrei
nnere.aslam mak-ng the best mat-
rass in the tnar&er.
SeptlOiil if. c. BARRETT.
zsag&t- Blacksmiiht OJ
and inannfactad of
S3" Special atfentinn clven toffor.sir
Siioeikg general jtib' ork and rerair-
mg. Terms liberaL aap fiearMar.-
uardsLhory Stable. JuneiiT-'74
WnOIJaAlE ASD ItETAII. DEAJXHS 1"
A 'n'l and! coraplcto Stack alwafiToi
hand fnraale'a BOTTOM FJfJUli&r
for THE CASH. n.i
Give us a-tr.al
I3T- W. &JELjklT3lZf
cldsV Silver an-
Repairs done on allors mitirr snd
warranted AU tfcods wwrantra a
Foreign and Domestic Esctiinfgcy
Hire Insurance i'gcnr;-Nb.43-
STAPLE AND I'ANiZP
T5X rt r?A
RATS; MOOTS SR&ESf
Gents' Filmishing Goods
Eadien' and Misses u
PINE DRESS G066s;
Hosiery Hoods Shawls "Robes.
tawfts d'c.. &c-
A of fliiih will be solii at vV'rr red?
'onablefitruresforrnilri.i pjti -a!
ktamlne.inr stock add prici '
Cor.Tremont & Mechanic fftit.aalveatnn!
Thls" Hotfs is" ceitirally Jocatedr conV
vuiiient UVMMnpss "and but twu
fqua'ea from Morgan's "tllilj of
Ulu'amtlra and . ne blockv Irora""
Table UBsorpasecd bV any" It.Ir9o'ln
the City. sepl4d.twif
S27A3i- PSD SBSP-
From and'afldr this date I will liav
conatantlv'o'i liat.d l ihy stall'in Ilirf
city nlarlibt' -
St A Lt FED BEEF
ol ho best quality la Knit htirV -which
Will' lw disposed of alTea-Virt1
hie fii-ureH. Call and.rvp-jm...
novj7dwlw KKI rz KISTimt.
TB WOBbTof al d.ell.ti.d"(n
tf vitb ditcll .it tiiisf 0iSc"-
mi fj wHy vi
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