Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 33, Ed. 1, Friday, August 16, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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J 'rrnjn ft LeMaeton (Va.) Gaze ttc
One of tire MmogcsJ proHoas in the bus-
loess "worM is the fact that an industry
"which Sis' st the basis of all political and
Commercial prosperity and emptors the
a acater part or an intelligent population
"1 rfwwH be so little developed in comparison
wtthfe great capacities Tor development
v&le aJlther trades hare become the very
vespoicnts oTscientJfic progress. Tnesoil
f we cultivate barely produce one-half vhat
f' - ceBeoce." We" are unable la provide
j"gamsl the commonest calamities to which
? ijoarcereak "and other crops are subject.
! " Iiilhe mechanical trades where nature
offers httle or no assistance arfand science
"have combined to draw out the very e!e-
i ' -ments and organize the means of economic
Mj production; whilst agriculture which has
tne son lor awrvant tnc moon lor a nana-
taid. the clouds for a treasure-house and
sb . the winds to rod. Ihe cradle of its vountr.
r cannot boast even a rivalry with them as
to She degree ol development it has attained.
There ts. a dignity in the rural profession
; v wtach entitles it to nigh consKierauoiLtic-
. sideitsjelationrotnegrowtn 01 the coan-
-ftrj and 10s the political power or the State
ru (as pttbhc wealth contributes to political
wer)&ere are in its pursuit rich oppor-
' .tutafiesrbr mental and moral culture which
should endeaf.it to every lover of the race.
"There ts an tsbundanttpinirg for every Jac-
.tiryol th&jmnd found in the observation
aid amplication of those laws which relate
t9vecetable:life and growth To'xgathcr
KyLana cwizc vacr iwsxs wuica an: scaucr-
masciy around you (o oeau anu
hjivm-imamnanie cna ami
. which nvesamnle scone
If great abilities and brilliant
Is. however no poetry in a
Jiot pay; pecuniary conside-
Im command tlie popular
convince the public mind
foils day by day in the hroil-
-ang cold to force from the
fapovcrtshed sou a baresub-
iifeely to see the beauties of
4slent phQosonhy He has
t to -nne spun ifieones- or
aents which involve rime
j His a slave to a sdf-impos
h necessitr. which wastes his
fihout giving him an adequate
tae man w no needs mat re-
ddiverance which can be
rgh state of improvement of
I them soils are capable.
Ilicy then of a young farmer
Btrom tne sou by me aiu oi
ts and doubtful expedients
as "possible or to swell his
f rune to the highest figure it
acn as possi we "into tne sou.
xnirai ooject ot au nis plans
le and concentrate veretable
furnish the proper solvents
ucr u avanauic as plant tooo.
au-one DY me nerststent asnliea-
lot lime and vegetable manures. There
rl nt raanure half so valuable as Erne and
the n 4wn that limestone lands do not need
it- application is simply absurd; the stoneis
vt to vaW whatever until it bdccarbonii-
ev' In fire: !t can ooir serve to break tout
plowsvand impede the cultivation of your
lands. ..There ts no manure which will o
eSrctaally eaergizerhe soil destroy the wild
g-rth pon a -and correct the acids which
UMBjiSesttherasdvesin t&e growth of sbeep-
swrds and other sour weeds. There is not
an acre in UiU coonty -which docs not need
Iae enSess it has abeady received a hber-
A ana who does notmafce his land ri'dW
er and richec every year has no righfto I
rejeumoas s. lormer lor tie neglect the
taot TtaaMe source of income ujt the
... coiattil enhancement of tit value of bis
property and. the increase of its producing
mdtr money dies nut into-the soil
irr iaBer man oncy putiatohebanliJbr
fts 4 years passawayr'will yield .its 30
then itso andooaits ICO fold.
Mext iiresjjpuld make a proper selection
of craperSuawroid those which are eiliaus-
II o or more consecutive crons of
Irani or iobneco should never b; grown
E at means aoa laaterial waste of
I poer. characterizes our style of
l6mtop to" bottom and we can
K . . 5i-.JLK?'r' . r
mcsjed nw ewo irora ice pressing
c f ajriaataire; untd thorough reforms
m.wry aepartment ot bust-
There TO !hcT inalters aSecring the gen-
Hwy ok nus rcieresi nna among
e notion that the business of farm-
tos mat require the exercise of much
miwxty and consequently a tar-
. no use for a liberal education.
EaB!fcman a.!a3nn1y is Jblesxa with
Lttguly oTJbojBor perhaps represent
5 THsnieiuenee: me nrnt
imed to a protcson while me
laic kept at home to run the turn.
gjHic pnucsstQas sit pvcrcrowaeu
: is uepm eu ci mzay "vai
entof the case may not be
to.the. vanity of theiarmen
aUij s3)'.i.'r Ins consolation
oal men are not always bricht.
Itarmers always dulL It rcpre-
ot tilings wtucn. ooes tn-
sftn the ratal interest. It
; aten may- elect their own
bat jfwe elevate farming
ay $1 13 lu uic imc an 11
would find abundant in-
to remain -at home and auiethr
! the gmding star of Ceres to amuence
ic We cannot imagine me immense
un u! brarti ant Drawn ot energy and
; wsicb is constantly nowing trom tne
w otto the dty; and is there lost in the
: of onaatea offings or the whirlpools
iptauon. its a an wrong and must
evented. Yfe-need our best Toane
ion A- fcna. Vr"e need men who are
of rrnehaie die great possibilities
tae munease capaanes 01
ejroa an. Wc need men woo Lke old.
3aa3s are jsjkimc 01 guiuing we
1 of State as" well as the plow; who
xn tae larm to ue hails ot legis-
Lthere define the limits of extor-
ilies and trade associations.
e jian who has bad the pen-
ever an4 the courage to ad-
i oruongress uie cause ot
l masses against me ex-
I monopolists ana spec-
rtse m natures own
: ranKfcltsof oar owniencr-
hen tterchains of those who
i our servat instead of -our mas-.
ty political is-
aid aside for
e ca.m'ass for
11 be conduct-
Jor line. The
:c of that coun-
declared for a
ho do not wish
ftHs jiegroes are
the white man's
cracy in pre-
feave fully cn-
hash Janes for con-
tdirict. The Re-
'haviosr gone over
Tiimithe sinjost united
ot theAtwo parties. The
icr.icy 3gj!I. not have a vote
ti-c in Hw election jof I lan-
Won- a stricHto
y have bolW"
V 1. .L.WUl
k The following voting places
have been established by the
county commissioners :
It is hereby ordered that jus-
tices' precincts precincts No. 1
2 3 4 and S arc declared elec-
tion precincts of Washington
ton county Texas.
Justice's precinct No. I
know as the Washington prc-
precinct shall be election pre-
cinct No. 1.
Justice's precinct No. 2
known as the Chappell Hill
precinct shall be election pre-
cinct No. Xi.
Justice's precinct No. 3
known as. the Brenham precinct
shall be election precinct No 3.'
Justice's precinct No. 4
known as the Burton precinct
shall be election precinct No. 4.
Justice's precinct No. s
known as the Independence pre-
cinct shall be election precinct
It is further ordered that the
following number and election
boxes be and arc hereby estab-
lished on the above named five
election precincts to-wit :
'Election Precinct No. 1.
Election box No. 1 voting
place in the town of Washing-
ton at Justice's Court Room.
Election Box No. 2. Voting
place near the town of Wash-
ington at the colored Methodist
Election Box No. 3. Voting
place William Penn post-office.
Election Box No. 4. Voting
place Hannah's store formerly
Election Precinct No. 2 :
Election Box No. 5 Voting
place town of Chappell Hill.
Election Box I1? o. 6. Voting
place at the colored Methodist
church near the town of Chap-
Election Precinct No. 3:
-Election Box No. 7. Voting
place at the colored school
house at Camptown in the city
Election Box No. S. Voting
place at the market house in
the city of Brenham.
Election Box No. 9. Voting
place at Wilkins' ware-house in
the city of Brenham.
Election Box No. 10. Vo-
ting place at the courthouse in
the city of Brenham.
Election Box No. 11. Vo-
ting place Amthor & Krug's
Election Box No. 12. Vo-
ting place Salem church.
Election Precinct N0..4:
Election Box No. .13. Vo-
ting place at Klukan & Han-
belt's store at Wesley.
Election Box No. 14. Vo-
ting place at Scidel's store.
Election Box No. 15. Vo
ting place at New Entrland
Election Box No. 16. Vo-
ting place in the town of Bur-
ton. Election Box No. 17. Vo-
ting place in the town of Long
Election Box No. 18. Vo-
ting place at Sturve's store.
Election Precinct No. 5 :
Election jBox No. 19. Vo-
ting place at Cale's store.
Election Box No. 20. Vo-
ting place at Green Valley.
Election Box No. 21. Vo-
ting place in the town of Inde-
pendence. It is further ordered that the
following named gentlemen be
and are hereby appointed pre-
siding officers of the above nam-
ed election boxes at the follow-
ing named placess to-wit:
T5ox o. 1 GeoW.BroolpresicUngoSicer.
" 2 V. R. Scott
" 3 Fritz Summers
" 4 Robt 'Whitcman " "
" S Ben ThoTias Jr. " .
" 6 II. H. Knoxsonjr. "
" 7 J.M. rarUer
" S D.G.Smith
" 9 II. L. McOung " -
" to H. E. Lockett " "
11 Kenney Krug " "
" 12 Eusha Penington " "
" 13 W. D.Wood "
" 14 Rudolph Krag " "
IS S. D. Carothers
" 16 B.F. Elliott
" 17 J. C Barnett " "
" IS William Strove " "
.' 19 J. D. Bishop " '
" 20 David Jarison "
" 1 Arthur McKnight " '
Butler attended a Green-
back meeting away down in
Maine. He said he was a Dem-
ocrat until the Democracy at-
tempted to destroy the union;
then he was a Republican and
remained with the party until it
became tlie property of the
bondholders. Now he is a
Grccnbackcr and is in favor of
n lrcml tr-nrlrr fnr nil rlrlitc nnh-
lie and private.
ML A 'g.'tAggJM.
Z will try Vegetine.
AND WAS CURED.
liEUWArj: Omo 1 cb. 18 n.
31k. ll.nSn.VEX- .
Hear --ir 1 w Wi l sive j-pn thU ti-ttniii-m
tliatMuma know. ial let uUiPr-UMm
wiat ritluoliasdmie rr ine. Atwl t two
veirsagna sin-UI rm calic ou m tfjr; It
sKia Ixvai ic a tanre ulcer tnnililosome
tliat 1 rousllt'rit a doctor but 1 pot m lriicf.
pruniinrcr-ctromilay h da I suffered
Icrrililf; 1 roulit not rt-t ilaj or uilht: I was
so reduced my rricDds UkwjM I woull nemr
rtvoxer; lcuun!inl a ilnou at Columbia. 1-4
revoi er: 1 cousinicn a nocutr i vimnum.
filloe.lhtsadilce; it did mi pwt. I eai
tnib sa 1 was lUtcourasrJ. -Vt tliloimel
was liKiLiusoirrjnT ncws-iicr; I .T'T
ailvenl-emca. or Vr-rCine tiie'git- 1!1
rurlfler" rwflau"lilti WwxluxBaau 1111-
putitles ciirintrhiiiwdrs uKi. icA I laid
11 m lnulv 1 will try hii' olllie eSetlue.
lleture I liid u-ediUe iirsi ttile ljt.tn l
feel 1-ettcr. 1 mide m my ndad 1 hail pit
tlie riht meillcilie at la-t. I coiil 1 now sleep
well uiirtits. 1 continued ttUn; the e3-
tine. 1 tank thirteen Imltle J.y l.i iltU U
KW.I. The nicer ii sone a-Ul 1 am ahle to at-
tend to busier I laid aluMit four hundml
dollars Tor medicine ami doct Letore I
twiisht the A emetine I hc reeonuucmlcd
epellne toothers with jwhI simces. I al-
ways keep a bottlo vt it in the hou-e now. It
Is a most excellent inntu ine
lin rcsi-ectfiillv yours.
3lr. Anthonl i nne of thej ioncer-if llela-
ware (1 He e.t!cd here in ItsU. He U a
weallli rcntlcnia 1 ifth finn rF. Antlioal
t Sons" itr. -Vlithou! is extensively known
psivriiuv amonirthe l.enuaus. He I well
known iuUncbiati lie is re-.iiectct liyall.
Nmtic ltimn In moiiild crao"
IIIC lllOOll HIV I1HU( -rs mui - r.t-
rhenm riiiR-wnna boil carbuncte. soics
ulcer ami imjile In this condition of ire
Woodtrj eirenlii eandcuiTtlieeaficclltU.
.s a til.-nl jiuriner it has no eiicai. It cr-
iect are wimilcrltil
IKjRClirSTKR MAi. JllIlC II.
Mb. IKK. STrvrw
icar ir I feel It rav imtr to i one
tronliniTjnnltolhegrloucim tme re-
ccivcU Auu the iu i( te l the pirate-l won-
OfrtflhevnM; it isyourrjiiir. lhnc
iKTnoneitftlietncattsuucrcrs fvr t lei-t
teu years ttat rrr nnM Ik- livius I Uo i-
scciflx thank JTivti'.xlnml jour Arctineiur
tbei.ifflhiTept Ilic j;inunauni ha
jwtiutxl mo la such ?n rxtrnt tht mr lcot
broke out in pott. 1-or the f-l thrre year I
haTe not been able to walk; now I can walk
ntt sleep ami dororvrorkns well as ever I
(Utl.amtlmutfav loueitallto uurbliKxl
VKr.TTtxK. The prat snece of Veretine
aj a cleiner and jnuiiier of the Momi 1-. -lww n
be-onla doubt by the great numlHrs who
naAe tiKrn it ana rrccivrri uiunrtiiwc nun
w llh ich rrmaxkable curr&.
Is better ihan any
IIcvpeison Kt. Icc l-"77
I hnve umhI H. U. Ncen epeHne ami
like U better than anv jnelicine I have Used
Tor miit in? tl e Mood. One boule or eme-
tine arcomjttlohed mere owl tiian all other
medluiea 1 hare taken
VejTlineHconpoelon!ot.t? nark and
Jlerii. It i Ytrr iJex-ant to take; eeiy
Ps.ll. R. SteknS-
Pear Mr I hive Fold Vetin? for a lor
time aud ilud it six e-s nnvt excellent tin-tac
tlon. A. U. ULHFT M.J).
K. II. STEVENS B03T0X 3I.V?.
IS-Vcse!lne UsoU bv allDrosrlti.
HOW TO TELL
Sta's liver Beplator
Iwi for dean neat wmTK AnAFrLK
tcithtLerctl tyntlwlin letter rtannl tij-on II
in the lVrm ofariMion pracflullr rrTetl
In to the letter Z embra'-Inr the rnil1cm ot
wirtnule biAhOa.MnriarnmK.raiUiato win
IheivurvlA Q liIMON IJtU lUIbr-
LATUU or MfcWUNB themm aIo ob-
rve ihft si?namreor.III. ZUXIN A CO.
ia rel ink oa the siilf.
TAKE NO OTIIEK.
Brwar of thfe Tiho Laow nothing ol
MMicnl ComiwumL- trho int or.t nostrums
tnown to our ami cinj; aualyxl pmrc
worthless and tmlr nunVtofieec tneptiliHc
ami to pirate on the well earuetl rriHttallou
orilin A Co.'s juetlicine. Thee naitts
IiaTrnoTiwlstion to s-iMain and will cheat
jim fora few irnn s e trj xthv they can.
L00V careful to the medicine you are iir.
di eeltotatc for much suBerlnjr permanent
injiin and evei death has re-mlted Irom In-
pmcr trratine'nt and fWtra tLios un&LillfulIy
SEE TTnO INDORSES TIIEGENCINE.
ITnn. Ale. II. Ptfjcn
ltt.lv.Jno.AV. Bettwith FMiopof Ga.
Gen Jno B. Gordon U. a. Senator.
JU. Ker. liihopWerre.
Hon. 4onGlll shorter.
l'nif.PavId Wills I H.
(HuefJiMire Hiram Warner Georcii.
Iewla W umler Awt. I'. M. 1'hiH. r.
And thousands ofothert Jrom wlmm ttc
hnve!ctterof commemlvllun and recommec-
dation. 1etimonial are rrceired everj dav from
persons of ednraiion andprtmiluencc OomMl
jartsofthecotuitrv1andul thatU asked is a
It is eminently a Piunilj Jlnlirine; nnd h
beici; kept ready for lmnieiia.e rert will
"aveinanr an hotirof tnSennp and man a
dollar in time and dodo1 Mil.
.5end foran Abnanacand convince jni.rell
that Simmon l.egnlaror l one of the few
n.Vdicine that ran Ims relied npun a a safe
anl elUcacioti ftunlh n.wl'cinr; lmt Lewnre
lecarei!(bem jmr?narit fortraiid- Jnd-
tMlms acdnWUtnte aremnnenu-;thoA lav
Inwalt to pre noon the public aed t plra
Dr. SIihiaoES' Lhcr Rruliror
ii MTcTCnrr oLT r.r
J. II. ZEILIXJfc CO
Soldby all retectable drucNta
I offer for sale on accommodadiDg
terras my preraisescs in the aty of llren-
ham. The lot extends from :?t. Charles
to Market Street through the entire block
having a good front of one hundred feet on
the south. The building consists of a large
and commodious two story brick store-
house: has a bnck kitchen adjoining. There
is a bath house and all necessary out-
houses awell of good uater and a cistern.
There are se en well-cnulatcd rooms in
the tipper storj. There is a pmate stair-
way and two pmate entrances and the
entire bmldirg is well entilated by south
windows on band) street. The location is
in the business part of the at) and as a
stand for Mcrthantile and milliner) busi-
ness is unsurpassed. The title is good. I
will give possession whenever desired
lor fuither infonnintion address me b)
leltcr or call and examine the premises.
Aug. 9 w.3m.
Near the Fascngcr Depo
BY VIRTUE OK THE TOWERS
in me vested as Trustee under a
a Trust Deed executed by Messrs. Camp-
bell & Clough. on the 2tst day of Novem-
ber .. D. 1S76. to "secure "their certain
promissory note in faor of Sa Ji Mearv
ufeen date with said trust deal for Ihe
sum of Sjco with t; per ceit. interest from
date whicli Trust Deed K recorded in
Washington County Recotls inboo. II of
mortgages X.c pages 201-3. being 199 of
aid records and w hereis said note is past
due and unpaid now. therefore m con-
sideration of the promises and in accor-
dance with the proisions of said Trust
Deed at the request of the holder of said
note I will cit at puouc auction lor casn.
to the highest md list bidder in front of
the Courlhajsc of W asliington Courty on
2thDay ofScptciabcr A. D. 1S7S
it being Monday 1 etwecn the hours of
legal sSc too acres of land being part of
he W. B. Maun tract hing on the Doe
Ran Creek near the ton'n of Washington.
in said county and bWte -of "Tcxv; a fu!L.
de-cnption of which u giveni
1.VUT n.l Mill Mill
purchsscr at Naulsale.i
Thehighed mirVct price piW inCtoh
for lecf cattle hogs ami .heejv
Apr. 15 dX.wtf.
- Market street llrcnha-n Texas.
LORCXZ ZEISS rropricto-.
T1icery best Quality of LAG UR BEER
always kqt on hand. AU orders proTiptly
fined" at short notice tine me a tml and
be connnceiU julv 17 1S7S-).
JUST RECEIVED TWO CAR Ixiads
of Choicest Hour: ICO bills 5-ugar;
ICO Sacks Coffee I car Anheucr's bot-
tled Ilecr; I car Asserted Canned Kruit;
50 bhls Choicest 1 jquor: 5acco choicest
brands Cigars Chewing and bmokint; To-
bacco; liacon. Iird. llims e'e sold to
Ihe trade at Gaheston and Houston prices
strictl) at wholesale a
D. W. Pii.ooitnARC.it
Agent for all kinds of
New and latest imprncu MacYncs. t'rop
leaf with two drawers $35. Also agent for
the celebrated Pacific ashirg Machines.
Seivng machines rcpiircd at short notice
and guaranteed. Omxe. corner store under
Mclntyre House. June 5th 1S7S.
cxirsz- -Ft n TC-raa:
Main Street Brenham Texas.
DEALER tn Staple and Fancy Groce-
ries Yiucs Linuors Lager Deer &c
Hot Bread Trash Cakes and Pies on hand
st all times. jani'7S-y.
and cnnuractnrrr of
CSpccial attention jriven to Honsx
Siioli?o general job work and repair-
inc. Terms liberal. Shop near May!
nanl'8 Iaverr StalJp. June IS 74.
-i EORGE NELSON
Barber and Hair-Drcsscr
Ant Street under Central House llrenham.
Shading. Shimpoonin:; and HauMmtting
done to order and satisfaction guaranteed
A SPLEXDID OrORTCMTF
Grand Monthly Drawing
TUESDAY JsEPT'K 10th 1S7S.
Louisiana State Lottcrv Comp'j
Thi Xnstimtion vraarreulTrlylneorporVwl
by the LrjrMvnrp of thefrlat? for tdnea-
tional ana Clrvrimble imrjioscs lu lKfc vrllli
arapiialvf Sltmi- to wl.Ic.'ilt his since
atltlnl a re-er e turn! of fclVirti. lts(rantl
birlo .nmlx-r tliawhifr villi take iilare
monthlr. It never rale-t oro.-lpoucs. Ixiok
Capital ?rize 30000.
Ico ceo Tickets at Two Dollars Each
Half Tickets .St.
i.isr Of I'Rizts.
1 CAPITAL riilZE . .
AWUOMil VTIO l"li'7J--.
S do iln 3
!) do ilo liXl
ls- IMzr amm-ntin? to . . .$llo4iO
M l lie for Llmillr or senil onlrr In
SI A Illll'HlN
1'. 1. Box Rii. New Orlcan La
All our Grand Kxlnnntimrv Priwinjrs are
nderthe persoml supcrvisiontindmanagc-
uieiuof GEN. G. T MEAUREGARD.
Catf'at rri-e JlOii.Oiio
Cc rner Maine Street and Texas A enne
The OM Capitol Hotel rebuilt and fur
niched with tntire new furniture. Hne
sample rooms antl opcaal attention to
traeling commeraal centlcmcn.
I. U ItAkNKS IVopnetor.
I'ETEK LOISELLE Stewart
an z I If-
UriYeisity of Louisiana
Possesses unequalled Hospital advant
ages. Ices the same as those of the hrs
clvss schools of New York ard Philadel-
phia. Send for circular. The LiCTVREs.
will begin Ociobcrztst 1S7S.
T G Kn 11 uison M. D . Dean.
Tii!) :6 1S7S wm.
-rs?K JWu' yjn
i IPiiL9!! n
.Y - - ir;
ST 178. s
Spring Styles I
Desires to call the attention of lus fritnil
anil customers in the at) anil surrounding
country to lus new stock of
Spriflg anil Simmtr GioJs
now daily arriving such as LaJ'cs
Gcnfc Dress Good Clothing and undtr
Linens Tarlctons prints percals
sdks moiambiques poplins etc.
stock of staple goods is full andcom-
rtsurpasscd in this rmrkct. and I
:y old motto: "Quick sties
ilits." and therefore in he nn
11 and examine my stock and
making their purchases as I
I can gic full satisfaction as
ny ol goods and prices.
Shoes and Hats
tjijftEciidless varic!). Corsets hosiery and
jJ fTmtfu fv?inrf-nvtfT tMnMninre. nlihlvxne
J3Jb tite ami notions cheaper than the
A full stock ali-a)-s on hand and soM at
rartics in need of Fumitnre will find
grcatlj to their adanDge to call and ex-
amine my stock which is the finest in the
ty. Xow ts your time to buy
. W. KIiJGDISlY
Ktcden's Brick Building.
Comer Main and Douglass Stm.t
Wholesale and Retail Dcalcrln
STAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries and Provisions
.TIIOLESILE LIQUOR DEALER
Tobacco Cigars Pipes Snuff
Powder Shot Caps Paints
Oils Wooden-ware Nails
Ropes Brushes Collars
Hames Traces Jars
Jugs Wines and
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
LONDON SWAN GIN
Y. J. LEMP'S Ceixbkated
ST. LOUIS BOTTLED BEER
In quarts and pints superior to any other.
JgyThe highest market price paid for
Cotton Hides and other country produce
March i 1S74-).
Dealer in Staple and Fancy
HATS BOOTS SHOES
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ladies and Misses
FINE DRESS GOODS
Hosiery Hoods Shawls Robes Silks
Satins Lawns Toplins Moiambiques
Daaines Muslins Jaconets Ties
Fissues Jewelry etc
All of which will be sold at very reasonable
iigurcs for cash. Call and examine my
stock and prices before making )our pur-
chases. Jan. 1 rS7S-ly.
"OEiciiuurr & seelhorst
TI. & SHEET IRON MARKERS.
DEALT S IS GKh-tl.AX
House-furnishing Goods. Pumps of all de-
scriptions. Cooking and Heating Stoves in
Wrought Iron Pipe and Steam Fittings
cut and mted to order. Roofing and spout-
ing done at short notice
rhankful for the liberal patronage bestow-
ed upon the old firm we rcspcctfull) solicit
a continuance of the same.
Brcnhim.. January 1st 1S7S.
CUTLERY Eocr. Tools CASTINGS
Farming Implements Hoes Chains Flows
Iron Steel. Cooking and Heating Slopes
Sto e Tnmmingb and Tin-ware of all kinds
Paints Oils Varnishes and window Glass
Kugg) and Wagon material Rubber Belling
from I J4 to iS inches wide. Fackmg ofthe
1 inds and all articles appertaining to all
I Iardware buMnos.
January 1st 1S7S. Mam street Brenham.
T G. SMITH
AH orders filled promptly at In in prices.
jan. 1 7S-y.
Office Sandy Street over Wood i Co
5?"A!1 woik promptly cxccuteil and satis-
July 2 d tf.
TOB PRINTING or every description
executed vith neatness and dispatch
at this o?cc and a: pnecs that defy cora
Farmers and Planters
Oak Hill Nurseries.
Located within corporate limits of the
di) of Brenham Washington County
Texas is to be found tHc most extensive
complete and relnble assortment of home
grow 11 Fruit Trees in the bnte; rompns-
mg Peaciies Pears Apples Plus
GRAPES &C &C.
Also a choice assortment of Rocs and
Evergreens Flowering Shrubs Bulbs and
Tubers House ard Green House Flints.
Extra inducements offered to local cus-
tom. Call and examine stock growing on
our grounds. Send for discnpuve cati-
logucs ard price list.
Letters ofmqu.r) cheerfully answered.
I.OCKETT 8. EDWARDN
Proprietors of Ovk Hill Nurseries.
-! tfrV ---W
LrcntllJ milr Eat of Bronham. s
th Wnluiiptmi County Railroad.
Fnll drcrip:ivi Catalogues sent to
anv addles npon anplieation.
Thn Ornlcn tlnmnda and whole
Nur?rry Stock aru five for icBpoetioa
at all timrs ti the public without thi-ir
being expected to purchaae anything il
they do not wi-di to.
1 will have mi. ly new fruits nnd or-
namental tress for ea'.e next fall and
will be pltosed to show them to visitor
whllo thev are crowicsr.
Wst. WATSON Proprietor.
Brenham. MaT 2u.dv.-1871
rpIIE NEW AMERIC.VN
Arc the most simple durable and light
running Mrchines in use; can be threaded
in onc-fourui the time of any other machine.
It runs backwards or forwards without
breaking thread or needle.
Jfgy fcvery one of my agents are practi-
cal hewing Machine men and every ma-
chine sold by them is guaranteed as repre-
sented. Sgi The American Sewing Machine is
not only the best but the cheapest machine
ever offered in this market. Live Stock
and country produce taken in exchange for
Sewing Machines at market prices.
Ofilce and Salesrooms next door to G
Schwarz St. Charles street Brenham.
S. G. WRIGHT.
May id iSjS-wam
Silver and Tlalcd Warp
Repairs done at short notice and war-
anted. All goods warranted as represented
Main Street Ncit Door to HoFman's.
BnirtvM Texas. '
S.DDLl"S. Harnesi. Whips Spurs
Girthf Briaici Collars Hames
Traces. Saddle Bags; &c. alwavson
band fir sale. Repairing a specialty.
Al work warranted
lamfitl A. STELZIG.
Gdes Pistols anfl Ainiiiini
and nnnufacturer of
fire and Burglar Proof &if:?.
Ant f treet Breuham Teis.
Guns. Pistols and Safe- rr.iirpd at
short notici Iron doors and window
blinds n-jde to orler. 11 k-nil-i of
cartridges and ammunition kpt on
hand OUober l'J."T-Iv.
tf? ft-'-ia 5Sia
a a ia n
Paris Fatem Hats and Bonnets
Imported I?Iovrcrs and Leghorn Hats for Ladies and
My patrons arc earnestly solicited to give- mc n
early call and will find tlie prices to suit the times.
Nearly opposite thi- Mclntyre Ilojse. Main stiert.
Bren Ti gzs.- Texas.
One and two horse Buggies Hacks Carriages and
Saddle Horses or hires all fin-t class. Transporta-
tion furnished to any part ofthe State. Horses nought
and sold. Horses hoarded hy the day weclr or month
Patronage sollcicd and satisfaction guaranteed.
j. 1. park;
Has connected with his Livery Business an Un-
dertaker's Establishment and keeps for sale a full
stock of f"1.
Wood and MetalicBuiial Cases and Coffins
Hearso and Carriages furnished for funerals when
Xcw and Second Hand Buggies always on hand and
Best brands made assorted sires at fac-'
tory pnees on hand and for sale by
Wriehl's 'Anti-Fricticn Horsepow"
he cheapest horsepower made.
J. A. WILKINS.
White Water Wagons warranted and
cheapest in the long run.
J. A. WILKINS.
Fresh Lime andCemcnt always on hand
J. A. WILKINS.
Orders for Steam Engines and all kinds
of Machinery solicited.
T. A. WILKINS.
Includiiig Stalk Cnttcrs Cent and Gob Mills and Horse Powers
John Dccre's Plows and Cultivators.
Studchakcr's Faun and Spring Wagons.
Lcc County Market!
P. W. BECKEK & CO.
EutcIitTP and di nit-re io
Meats nf all kind cnrstant.r tin
band al wliolepalf and relml Jstitlrr
on tin? western brarcli nf th CVntMl
AiWay pupi lit-n at jfan'iijli.i1 iip
tee of express cbArc x:iilC-j
another new supply of the vtvrv
U Boors Bids
HPHOMAS B. OGLESBY
Cin-Dressrr aatl Repairer
Takes pleasure n announanc that he is
now prepared to apply to Gins his newpat-
cnt Oin-Uress at reasonable rates. My
mode of dress is superior to the bnar-pomt
or ary other in use ; inasmuch as It does not
nap. cleaiu.the seeds makes a bcttersamplt
and gins faster.
I have also procused ataheavyeapense.
a new patent "summing machine" with
wj-ich I an enabled to repair wonrout in
saw-s providinnew lecthantt raakindthem -"
o asoad vorkasanewgia. 5atisfactiQa
mi I m KMMfM
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 33, Ed. 1, Friday, August 16, 1878, newspaper, August 16, 1878; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115338/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .