Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 23, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 5, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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-Proportion of Heat to Food.
Soma American stockmen arc
nowexcrrfsintr crcat caroin do-
forafoing. tho exact inantUyof
juouconsumcu wprouncjj a jgivcn
increase of live weight in animals
And also' tno relativo propbrlions
or nicat.tb offal. -
Tho PaVStock shows at Chicago
linvo-dono much to stimulato or-
porimonts in this direction and
vulfrdo muck more. Some of the
asrtcultural experiment stations
txc cntracod in this special work
A general conclusion thus far is
that well-bred moderately fatlcn-
1 oxen tshonld vield 58 to 60 lbs.
if dressed carcasi to 100 lbs. of
Jivo weight; while an excossivcly
fat ox may gi vo from C5 up to oven
70 ncr cent .Moderately fattened
fchorn hccp should dress 53 per
eontrof Iho liro weight: oxccssivc-
3y fat as G5 per cent. Tho relation
of tho dressed to tholivo weight is
eo wcll understood by butchers
who bur beef cattlo in tho croat
2fcw Torkjmarkets that tho sales!
ana pncesjarojTnerOjOasca ojjuu
-tho drcss'woightiofjthd four quar-
tors. Thnsueood. quality caiuo
4ro?reportcdjat-ten cents it means
si?tanch jmj pound for what the
J5ur quarters will weigh. An old
rulo is that tho 42 lbs. of offal
thai is tho hidoj loose tallow head'
Ji cart legs etc wm pay mo Duicn-
EFwcll for killmc and drcssinjr.
Thus a lira bullock that will turn
tho scales at 1470 pounds will!
. .t d;a 1 ; it. ....'l
lvO aooui ouyapounua m uiu uuv
icrs in wnica j.orw uiujr wuum w
mrorth S85.00 at 10 conts per pound.
gtho samirwcight' animal dresses
ibs. to tfio ilWythcn there would
iigjll lbs.injtho quarters and the.
buyer could pay .891 fdr tho ani-
mal and his cascass would still
stand him onlv10 cents per pound
.T aim ni.trl- w!i1a ajirt n.ef ftt.
tlo;nro ttsanllyjsold at so. -much a
Jicad for a cSrtaintlot the. buyer in
jnaking up hisoffer estimates for
(both tho livf weight and tho per-
jeentago thagahcy will xlross
though tho scales aro-more rasort-
iodto than in former years; and
then tho purchaser makes an offer
based upon tho dressed percentage.
But a feeder needs to mako far
moro careful estimates or wcigh-
ingsio;know how much feed and
its'jcos'rihofis using from day to
IayT3' secure tho increase of weight
each of his animals is making.
This will lead to tho inquiry
whether other feed or a combina-
tiopqtfccd may not Jiroduco like
resultsi with less oxpenso and more
pioflt UtTfill load to another ob-
'scrvalion'alsoas to tho compara-
tive values of different breeds and
grades asmachines for changing
feed into meat.
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Bo In Season.
There is always advantage gain
ed to larmcrs Dy prosecuting me
Inhor neccssarv to the farm in sea
son. If necessary work is dolaycd I
circumstances are Jiamo to occur
that will keep all tho work of the
year out of its regular season for
accomplishment. JJast spring was
an oxcellont illustration of this
-fact In. tho. very early spring
ilferot.waS'a'Bcason of comparative
ly warm weather. 'With fine oppor
tunities for tho performance of
farm labor which was.indulgcd in
bv somo : others from the fear of
frostjjlolttyEd work and soon came
on rafn'sso-ihafi it was' impbssiblo
.jofwprjc; ana tno;pianung Ol crops
"was dciayod; boing followed by
tlrv weather tho effect was to re
tard growth and especially in tho
casoof corn j considerable was
caughTLyan early frost man un
natural state wncresjs seasonaoio
work would havo avoided such a
-rinTf. -Thorn itf a "world of truth
in tie saying that it is much better
for tho tarmor to arivo nt worK.
rather than bo driven "by it.
"Wo aro not taking as much stock
as formerly in tho idea that in or-
der to sccuro a garden of early
vegetables itis necccssary to plow
the soil and commence operation
as soon as tho frost ts Curly out ol
thSgrowi3. "Wo believe Jt to bo
an entirety jni&umuu juca nureaa
some unusual means aro taken to
raiso the tempcraturo of the soil
artificially. It requires a higher
degreo of faith than wo are ft pres-
ent possessed of to bolievo that
seed can be deposited in a soil Tiuf
littlopf any abovo tho freezing
point jvith any hope of immediate
germination. "Wo have ben fflBgbt
t ooui'Dy precept ana Dy practice
tooMhat heat and moisturo are cs-
sentialf to tho germination and
ferowth of plants. Further than
thatgiiPcaso.of many seeds an ab-
sence of these conditions means de-
iayr-ifow with theso facts it is
;jlaTa that no advantage can bo
'gained by attempting to savo time
"by a deposit fit seed even though
tho condition be midway between
tho two extnmes. if tho soil is al'
lowed to grow warm by tho natur-
al action of tho sun is plowed and
supplied with an abundance of heat-
ing manure tho seed placed in it
will immediately spring into life
and continue its growth without
interruption ana many oi the ten
.-dcrTjrcgctablcs will be produced
Jfullytas soon or even earlier than
piflplanled with the soil cold so
tbat-not only germination is re
tarded but tho growth of tho plant
stunted. In uio case ol early vege-
tables it is safe to ''make haste
slowly." William JI.Kcomans in
jCfow England Farmer.
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Corn Fodder ai Good as Hay
A correspondent of tho Prairie
Farmer writes that tho advlco
srivtn last week about crowin"
corn foddor reminds him of the
practico of Hon. Georgo i Lord
of Elgin III. as related by Presi
dent W. D. Hoard of tho North-
Western Dairymen s Association:
"Jlr. Lord keeps 100 cows on300
acres of land and has not raised
a pound of hay for years. The
corn is sowed in drills three and a
half feet apart and about the time
it blossoms it is cut with a sclf-
rakins reaper cutting ouo row at
a1imeHho machine throwing if off
in:1gravois. wncn sufficiently
willed it is bound and set in largo
siacKS ana anowcu to cure stanu-
ing on tho ground until winter
sets in when it is hauled to the
barn. Ho secures ayicld oiaoout
seven tons ot
cured loaucr per
acre worth as much as tho best
hay and is thus enabled to devoto
a Jargo amount of his land to pas-
iufo. Ho is one of tho Successful
'tiairymcn of Illinois."
Having lost her singing voice
to act in
"When I can't speak" sho lately
Isaid "I'll igo into pantomime
There's nothing like adapting one's
self to circumstances."
1 Cotton Kcport.
K O.TlmH-Pf mocrtt. l
Tho Agricultural Department
has iust published its first cotton
report of this year. It is of course
dovotca matniy 10 planting ou. u
is impossible this early in the
season to givo any facts about the
condition of tho cotton itself. It
repoTtstho progress of planting as
very slow anumucn uciaycu oy associated with a lainng oarome-
tho temperature prevailing during ter and storm-brewing conditions.
April. In somo of the Virginia Tnusnally overc neuralgia attatks
counties nono had been planted up conincidc with unusually intense
to ilay. Inforth Carolina 45 per storm development. To establish
cenfhad been planted ; in South in m own cac the relation of pain
Carolinia CO percent; Georgia and weather. Capt. Curtin of the
68; Florida 05 ; Alabama 75; Jtis-( l s. army made a regular and de
sissippi 76 ; Louisiana 77 ; TeNas tailed record in connection with
80; Arkansas 70 and Tennessee the variations of the weither of
52porccnt. For tho wholo South fno anations ot tho nonr.ilgic
only 67 per cent of tho crop ti as in pains with which he is aftlictcd.
the ground against 84 per cent at Cant. Catlin's foot was ernshed Ij
tho somo time last year. Itis im- a shot in 1864 and it was necessary
possiblo to give any figures about to amputate his leg below tho knee
the area in cotton but lrom many lie continued to experience sensa-
portions of the South come reports tions being greater or less accord-
that tho staplois giving way to ing to the intensity of the atmos-
othcr crops. In Tennessee the phcric disturbance. Ho found the
tobacco acreage has been largely printer months to bo the greatest
increased. In South Carolina pain-producers. Arranged m
small grain has usurped tho place months March nalurallyonewould
of cotton. In Georgia Alabama suppose took tho lead. Then amc
and Mississippi tthcro has hcen a jjn order January vember iiec-
heavy incrcaso in food and forage Cmbcr 3fny February April
crops. A chango fronr cotton to August October September Juh
grain hay and grass is noticcaHo nnd June. Ho traced tho a eragc
in Arkansas anoienncsscc ;"- distance ot tho storm centre ni mc
though in portions oi tho latter beginning of tho pain attack by
statograiniteelfappcars to bo giv-jnvcstij;ating sixty well-defined
ing way to pasturago. In fino storms in n period often consecu-
thcro seems to bo a very general I tivo months. This at eragc dis-
disposition throughout the South tancc was 680 miles tho range bc-
to cultivato otncr-prouucis as wen
as cotton. ...
The way all agricultural writers
and tho press of Iho country are
advocating first grass and then
grain Bocms to indicate a getting
back to our first bestsense and
that is that grasses tho basis of
tmrt ain-icnltural prosperity. When
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a farmer gets nis grass up iu - i
point of fertility that produces 1
farce growths of grass ho need not
fear to turn under a field of the.) Rmnoth. unshaven surface of
sod and plant itin com. The
Unith" is grasses aro natures great
restorers and renovators but no
ono need expcctOho great grass
from a wornout soil until tho land
has been enriched) cither with ma-
nnro or by plowing under n lew
crops of clovor. ..Don't sowe
already worn land'towhcat 'and
. -Tai.A a.... nnnTrii n niirii
crop of clover but fit the land in
tho best possible condition in tho
the spring and sow from eight to
tweivo quarts of clover to tho
fall to tho ground and without fall
pasturing. xno next yaor piow
undertno ciovcr put mo gruuuu
in good condition for corn and
immediately sow it again to clover.
Lot that ciovcr go tho way of the
preceding crop and tho next year
you can cut a good yield of hay in
Juno and early in August turn un
der a good sod won maueu wun
clover and tho land is ready for a
crop oi wheat xnen you nave
made a start. Sow timothy with
tho wheat. Tho thrco crop rota-
tion is ample for any soil ciovcr
or timothy for every third crop.
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TliePjJ'n'mc of America.
Tho geographies tell us that the
from thatof ono of tho navigators
who followed' Columbus- Amcri-
ma Vrsr.nr.inR. His real name.
however was' Vespucci 'and "Vcs-
nneins is the Latinized form of it
just as Americns is supposed to bo
tno ijattn lor Amerigo
Butwhy should this continent
havo been called America? If it
had been called after Columbusit
would havo been namcdnot Chris-
torherta butColumbia. Whynot
thon if Columbus was ia bo rpb-
bed of his honor call tho landVcs-
And was Vespucci's namoAmcrl
gof ilr. Charles Ifackey main
tains that it was not. Ho has seen
a very rare volume published in
Milan only nino years after the
death of Ycspucci describing his
voyages and discoveries in which
his narao js gjypi as Albcrtatio.
Of course it is possible that this
was A misprint though such error
would DO unilKCiy to occur on a
title-nago in those days of careful
printing. But ilr. Mackoy has not
been ablo to discover- when the
Jfp Jias a theory that it was not
derived from yppucci's name at
all but carao from a Psf'p yord
tmrwh which; mcansto emigrate
or to go fr pother country. The
idea is' a fanciful one; "yot "there
havo been stranger formations of
names than this would be.
However flip name mayirhavo
boen derived it is certain to stand.
Tho wholo world except France
calls tho country Ainorioa and
spells the name one way. This
uniformity is true of no other great
"DcutschIanil is Germany to the
English and Allemggno to the
French. England is Anglcterro to
the French and Inghilterra to the
Italians. Franco is Frankrcich to
tho Germans and Fran cm to tho
Spaniards. Espana is Ispagna to
the Italians and Spain to the Eng-
lish and so on.
But America is America with
the same pronunciation to all tho
world except France where it be-
comes Amerique and America it
will always be. Youth's Com-
panion A young German Herman Hcn-
rv Ilnlsner. ttlio located in Savan
na Ucorgia a snort time since own taoic out nis cave yicuis so
supposing a barrel of Georgia pota-1 many mushroomsjhat tho gardener
toes would bo a plsasant surprise has been able fo'cll enough to
and acceptable present sent a bar-'pay ""itu interest for the cNpcndi-
rel to his father residing m the turc.
town of Hanover 1'russia. A let- " ' '
.-i... -r tr..l. il..j ji.i . "Boush on Corna."
" - ir.V .v .1 .
Uerman omciais scizcu me poia-'Qulcl
toes and searched his father s house
and put him under polite survcil
lauce tho innocent Georgia roots
being magnified into a socialist'
plot to introdueo the Colorado
potato bug into the erapiro. Mr.
illulsner'g farther begged him to do1
something to relieve mm iiom tno
trouble hois in and 3Ir. Hulsnerl
accordingly made an affidavit bc-
fore a justice and will havo it pro-
tpcrly attested bctore the Ucrman
coninl setting forth the fact that
he scut the potatoes
Tho timo occupied in going up
the Washington monument on an
elevator is nino minutes. Tho
.walls arc now 420 feet in height
and two foct a day will be added
until the shaft reaches tho height
of 500 feet lion it will be rcady
for the pvramidion. which h to be
55 feet in height.
Neuralgia ami the "Weather.
fom Ihr Cincinnati lommrn lal-uaxvlt
The fact of a relation between
nnnrnl - nn nain and meteorological
conditions is generally understood.
The coming cliange oi -n earner is
responsible for many of the aches
anJ pains tho ncrous sj stem is
ic;r to. Depression ol spirits
and rheumatic pains are gcncrlalj
lir irnm two to tweivo nunun-u
miles. It is curious and interest
ing information that tho begin-
ning ofonr neuralgic attacks the
storm development causing tlicm
may bo a thousand miles away.
Closely associated t ith tho trim-
ming of bonnets arc tho car-locks j
which like the Tudimentary side-1
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whiskers lormoriy cnarneiciisnt;
0f COaclimen but later affected by
lhc dandies extend a little upon
the smooth unshaven surface
"Why don t beards grow
t omens faces?" I asked of a med-
"Scienco knows no facts with
which to answer tho question" the
libeller replied "but I hato a
theory of my own that tho female
check is too hard for anything to
grow on. Grass doesn't spring up
lrom thosurfaco of a rock don't
What I was gpingiowruc was
U1UL U1U Cill-lUtn ativi v"tl'V I
ty nearly out of favor have come '
into it ngain; but in many cases
tho now ones are not composed of
red hair not even false hair bnt
aro altogether imitation. Tlic-
aro delicately painted on with a
fine brush in paint matching the
adjoining hair in color. Wnat-js
tho advantage of this? Thero isn't
any. But somosort of satisfaction
is gained from tho novelty of the
dovicc becavso we like to do un-
precedented things. So skilfully
is this painting dono that only a
close inspcction.discloscs tho fact
that tho thin graceful arrangement
ofhairisnot genuine. Shall no
next take to mustaching our upper
For scen jcara Allcn Brim Foojlins
stood the strongest ta-ts . to it menu in
.rn- VMInnanMI VorTOtM Dplillt JtllU
restoring ln4 power? to the ycakencd (cn-
cratno tftslim and in no iii-tahce liiv1'
ever failed ; tcat.it. SI I for SJ.AI dni-
puU. fir bv mail from J. 1L Allen S15 r ir-t
At i. Xb York City.
The dwarf trees of China arc
curiosities of forestry. Every child
knows how tho Chinese cramp
their women's feet .by bandaging
when they are infants and thus
render it impossible for them to
walk. Itis however wonderful
to see miniature oaksj chestnuts
pines and cedars grpwjng in low
er-pots nltyycars oiu anu yet uui
a foot high. To do this take a
young plant pot off its tap root
and nlaco It in a basin In which
there is a good soil kopt well wa-
tered. If it grows too rapidly
dig down and shorten in several
roots. Every year tho leaves
grow smaller and tho littlo dwarf
trees maKO luterusuu pio.
ftiMiAi. ArkOuobcr1. iSSl
Vfe can sa hat Smith's Bile Ifcans sell
taster and grre more gjeoerai saiisiacuou uuu
any pui weseu er any piu soto m uii wi-
keu Very respectfully
1tt & Richmond Drujpsts.
For sale by R. E.Lnhn
Feathers should bo very thor
oughly dried before tSCJ' 2 used.
For tlfis icnsfii) fhpy should not bo
pacKca awayi qagsopn juoy
aro firsfpluckcd but should be
laid lightly Tn a baskolj or some-
thing of that kind and stirred up
often. The garret is tho best kept
place to dry them because they
will there bo kept free from dirt
and moisturo and will bo m no
danger of being blow n away. It is
well to put tho parcels which j on
may have from time to timo into
tho oven after you have rcmot cd
your bread and let them stand for
The best smokwi!
Some years ago Jlr. Dana of tho
Xow York Sun took it into his
head that he would like to experi-
ment with mushrooms-.o at a
great cost ho built aJTmnsbrbom
cave got a Frenchman to whom
ho paid a largoSalarj- and began
his experiment. The first. year it
cost him about 94000 today he is
not only raising all of theso de
licious lung! that he wants lor ins
Ak for Cell's -Kou-h on Corn:" 15c.
complcto cun.-. Uard or soft com-
! Wart- bunion.
Rheumatism Neuralgia Sciatica
Lirobigo Backache Headache Toflthicfafl
4D ILL OT1IU BOOtLT rins J3D imEH.
SoU br Pruft-b ul DmIm nttttlfrt F12Cta.a.
to.. Dtrtctl.H 1.11 lMili
THI CliaKIKH A.TOCELIRCO
fMm(ia.Tyyuawl Balbmon B.aT. a a
Infants and Children
Wifchont MorphinP or TTftrcotlne.
What jnnwi fr Clill Ippn rtwv chwfcs.
What cures their fiTirs mail's them ulrrp
TU I w.tnrl.
Whon I-ihios fn i. anj err bl tnrn..
What curvsthur colic kiUtlicirwnrni.
tVh.lt qnictlr iinwC'in'itiiiatlAn
Sour Stomach loljs. luiliMt n
Farpwell Uien to Mornhine svrure
Casti r Ofl nnd rsircKvric nn I
Cnntnur Linimont. AnaV
tolnto euro for Bhoumatlira
Spnalns Burns. Gulls cto and I
SOLD ON ITS MERITS
AMD CURE GUARANTEED.
Malarial Disorders J
Of any natnrc cath as
Afirr. rniiTi t rrvm. MaLA-
S itni. int Fit iNTauiiTTEM: ie-
IMD llHIOUSNtii Lo-a orar-
1 1 ET1TE C
i SoU bj a'l Drngcliits and Of ntftl Dcal-
3 Aoraaco uttioraiba.y.
Jousness Torpid liver. Torpid Bowel;
nd.gestion. Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Sick
Headache Spleen Vertigo Bad Braath
Malina Jaund.eu and Gall Stones
without Nauseating or Weaken-
ing the System.
OSE. One Bean on going to Dec
ripr BmoWnar U the rod tort ot a tobacco.
It u the irgtl war of smoUn; m set
mem dmctlr at the flanr and tratrranoe.
Yon take the emoke cooler and th tonlo
cleanlier and eater rire aniokiiag' la
emrt&jT rednmd to a fine art
The more the 4oHa ot a4Jd
tobacco forcea ltatlf on the attention ot
KnokersJ the more deeinblo It become
to know rredsclr wbatyou are etnoklsir
In BlackweE a Dull Durham Smotlnfr To-
aiyafa tnat u isnspire-P
JBr Its fragrance flaror. and
rT from vm w m r
Try It and jwi will be mi.
nt-i. aNone frennine with
oat trade-mark of the BnH
AFF0RD1NQ BU1LDIRQ MATERIAL
rOfl B3TH KERYE A0 MDSgL
i pronounced by georf of php
lieutita and by thousands of yeopfa who
hare turd it to be the oat Anoim remedy
(brPcbtUttf Jpep8lar Indigestion Lorn of
Appetite Lous ofFletli Zung ComptalntM
Female TTcnfrricw Gastrte Irritability Jfa-
tarlal Fever and many other duteagea wftere
tonics are required differing essentially
from all other Beef roods and Tanles.
IT IMPROVES THE MJALITY OF
toe .BiWIandenricJioItandia there-
lore a lino incujorant and eorreetire
ta cases Qtell chronic tnaladiesirbicfr
are associated wltli an impottbisbed
state or the blood These all yield
10 tho rcculatlnc and nonrlsb Ing prop-
erties ot Its great iood tonic elements
It compensates lor the loss cfrttality
induced by Consumption Catarrh or
JJ'OHchlalaiiil Throat affectum. II
tcltl remedy I emintne Vebility and
reimburse tne iemale physique for
tuoso louses of vitality accompany-
ing coiifpUttnts iectltar to tho x.
3fuf her nttrsiwj their own children
and delicate tcornen who expect to
tecome motbers anJ brine up vigor-
ous children should by all means use
It. It icill restore sufferers from
Mental or Kereous Prostration aris-
ing lrom OetT'Urorh Ljccessts or
yrotracted Disease. It will '
Drunkenness and tho Opium Habit
tor m tho appetite grows nealtnier
and digestion more rigorous througa
mouse ot this Tonic tho unnatural
crarlng dies away unttl totally ex-
Complaint Malarial Irvcr and
ALL Malarial Dlseaw and Tor tno
debilitating effects ot I ever of any
hind it has no equal. It repairs
xotMtr Improves Digestion ami Ap
petite and affords the Ihjtpeptie In-
raJhl an easily a-tslmUabte article
of food and Is so I leaaant to the taate
that tno moet acnsitlTo palato will not
TO PHYSICIANS AND INVALIDS
A2 analysis of "CbWriiT liquid Urn
Tintc" 1 tho inilncnt chemist AUT11LB
lllll. lIVbLX JLD FBA ot Loudon
Fttsiin 1 an I an cr lorsement hy th ot I
if-iti-a physician m lessor SIR EKASHl s
1Lm US LI-1 ot Londou aro la-b-
lit 1 11 a. ti ItuttU
sid nt ithtiirale liy nil Ieadlnn
UrttRir-. 11 1 r tailzie nerally ntfllil
tl r . t tl.ITTCMON OI2.
u.l Avlm u iuin sirw.t Newlvrk.
T iflRl 4
IdbjallDroggisa. STOUIS. M0
H AH sncceeefol riahermen and Sporta-i
H men smoke niackwell a Bull Durhatn
jH SmoDng Totacto. and tfrtfy tbt ll
t or n aal li 1 1 la tI liH-J'
3r tat lwHfflMH.0071
roT i.it. WBb jTBrtgrA Lm n"LT
rss to Db9 uwVAHmbI raoryg
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GIFS FEEDERS and CQNDENSEES.
Tlio Boat In
An! will (;nc hr-cr Hoilcr tlun an) other minufjetuurer in the UnUel btalc. per
hon;powcr. I doVt mean cft but MAutAProK?.
FillinsGins RcDairmg Gm Brnshes Brashes Main; all Rejairms a Specialty
bVTIbrACTIO.N CUAK WTFLI) OR NO T.
SINKER UAVIS & GO'S. GBLBBRATBD ENGINES
Texas Cotton Frtss Co s. Boss two Sen Sltai Press.
Stcim Vnfne. fa cam Pump-. Glass Water Gauges
Two Hue lioikrs t ounkr Miafts KuMcr I cluoc
S x lt le HuelwiUrs Journfl ltoxcs. Meam dauges.
Return Tabular IJoiIcrs I ullcy- Ccuiling Oitv
(jOvemi.r Pipes of all l.tntlN Feeder: ami
C ITOSF p. J.
Manarr 1 Irlilll t all UHir
N CROttV VICE
.ami Mini anil L
Capital Slock S5000ll. Autborird Cnpilnl S225.I
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Brtnlum W shinclon Connl Ta; D.
Cotton UxcningL) Uelmme Johnson
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ThionghonllheSlite and NEGOTIATE LOANS ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY.
'Rough j and Dressed j Lumber
CYI'ltShS StlOKT AXD LONG LEAL'KD PIXE
And ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERLVL
Shingle Pickets Jlonltlinys ami Uriianicnt.nl Designs-.
READY MADE CYPRESS CISTERNS OF ALL SIZES.
CAR LOAD LOTS. 'A SPECIALTY
Al-0 ayn- Buit 4 ami Gimrtc mntl
im! wirrinttil nt pnew
r5.VU onlcrs attcnitl to w ith pminptnw--
Ofln-c jn Anulcr Hp Cotton Wanhou-o
PiVINTEIi ASTD DEOOEATEK
1P Ul IN
Oils Paints Colors Mow Glass Brushes Varnishes Etc.
' BH3S JfTT A TWT : : : ! : TEXAS
i Agent for tho Celebrated Avorill Iteaily 3Iii.eu Tini guaranteed.
j E. Beck's Artistic and Decorative Wall Paper.
Xjlho-est stock nr j.-jjljj citt.
Strictly lnr Whlte lad almlra in btock.
CioUrU all uork lu mv line lllmitcd nitnNhfil on iijiltcallqn Q(ic ma 4 call anl tx'
Slllln. MY .InrL lirfuraiiinliiJii.
-j . ...... . .... . .... n..
1 (Successor (a equrqont I.unitaqr Qa)
1 BIX3313 tlV JM. ..... TJTCAB
I Has on haad at all times alaige and well selected sloci. of
Dm mu ami nnroorpi i i imDrn
1 nwuun rtiu unnoocu luividch
jShinfc Doors Sash Blinds and
I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IX
Imported and Deraestio
Wcstoru iul Texas Produce
WINES LEQUOllS OKiAUS TOBAOOO
Dolicacios O.viulios Preserve
Eisli Pickles Canned Fruil Nuls otc.
Solo Agoat of Anhansor'8 Celebrated St. iouia Beer.
t- ICE IN QUANTITIES AT LOWEST RATES. -"
j-Dowcst wliolc.ilc prices to the trade! Pays tlic highest market
price lor Cotton and other produce.
st. Ijouis Miasotrni.
Puto Lager Boor in Kegs and Bottles Brewed Expressly
for Texas Trade.
Sandy St near S. F. R'y Depot : BREXIIAJI TEXAS.
. A.. . WOBHLEE A.gent.
fAll orders taken for J3ccr and Ice promptly fillod.
no ntai tn
17o it.'cr to c&cr c: ttla ti
lajnj uaiawyvs4aiaBngg auai
L ' - i '
I.rass Ciooils. ConJcnsers
Hll ERSrONC fLVLMVU
IUII UU111MU1I I I
rAXZS and 2JREWHAM.
Hrmanns t urnltnre torr.
Drown (Ca.hicr First National Hank) or
C. Stosf- (ca-Preshknt of lhc Talveston
Count rcxas ami John (. Jamz? Hanker
Kannin; Iinp.nu (its of tlic bot make
tint dtfr competition.
O. E. CHLAPEAJST-
" tf tf
Brackets Pictets Honl4ins Etc
J Vegetables Fruit JVloat
unuent and Daraiile Washer In ttc world
onrrmaciuiia tnat wa vatk perfectly cUan trtWtml nA
v-aa oe naea m any eirea tno or emnoa lrom one tno to anotnes
maaooenL Bo simple and caey to operate the most dellcata
ladr or chUd can da the work. Made of Garnnlzad Trrm. arul
' the only Washer In the world that hae da Robber Bonos on the
UoiIera wnlch proyent the breaking of bnttons and Injury to clothes.
HUCn I O WArl I LU Araits BamriB. SSO. AWu mu
brated KETHTONR WIirSREllS at alumfactnm lmt t
AtUrca lOOU WASlItit to lilc Ps
AGENTS WANTED wi-Vf.!
NhK. .Nu imtililr tu ittoT nlrkx 1- rr faniUj"
wnt it i It any liuiip 1 1 Kime pi ibe. IU
on tight Thrrr Immrra rr01 titan) wIJitm.
lioUer LampBarnrrCo..73 Uumjl.S. X
ADTTmSrnS by a.Wrf -sine Ieo. r. Row
rll Jt . -1'nic r New ork. can Irarn
m ran pti t n un nrt Ilooi !It
ri-Iti in mi-ii t r im IJ'IOO
v Ikn t rnoiier- 'hi Intl- mu; He i awl Iji-li-
i. tin t-i .nt rrllit htmk irr nmLlne
oTrrIF r tn mlli rll-li-r Ojt tnt lil
TlHr-Li Uyf iitUirr lit ini Uj utlbr II
lnonr'n nn tin" II in M ItiWe In tlnrn
.r t-p Ifnilirt c 'ATT ht-miIi nnmM
I r Hit 1 1 t tllti ti itl I- trnily l.iN o f tit m1 1
I -i in -rn I I ir rlrrutan il lrr- TL
l.tHlk.Vl IP! I- (.) UMnut l)Mlla 1i
TESTJGD BV TIME.
' lit ucufs-rul ti r lor
1IALP A CKMLHY.
' Tlieli KfinoH I r t im-tn Oil N lr)-
iaaml KUt mtiuLtiu ln-urr lirilllit atHtilt(
I. n-l hk'fMioii Ki7iilirty nr thr Iwiwrl-
rr4 tm It wn to tlollratt' frmilf- wMtihin? Mini
lirirliiirihnom tit ty ntnu nntl-h lnrTl rani
ticalth to rtn libre jfuf th Uxl M h
ltnt-)t r nni hlrH tte n 1 ItrM ti
I1MII eO tHLrdnrSt Srw lork
' fli;C PhrlrCf flnn Pnnr Uampb PUTPICA
UU VI U.aftUl.Uj.fi WWUII UUUalfii UlllUrtUU
ArpfiTarj-rftifont). aThOfi1rt Splil!t
In th LmtriutrswhioUrr-LOMiirt.ktt.t.r
perftrt method an 1 pord xnttJiciD ianr h-eL1T
. and ncuM'.jik.N-TC'.iir of all Fruat" thmrti and
I NrvnntDu. Atttentmvnl Iba llMMl.Nkta.
Kldnrr Itlnridcr atjvptl I lf. M
HrcNW filing r tho Qlnnda Sre Malhr
Thru at Ilnn InlnB prmiDtBtl corit and
U CDln II O . ImpmtntrtJnmimmi
and ITtffsteal Wcanr9 letting Slnmory
i Weak t.'jtt Stunted Dctrlojtmrntp Jmjtcdt
1 tnrntsto 3arTiaQrtttetfromextTeoriHif
WHf fpmtilfft wifely and priratrtjf CWmt.
7-1 onnc.MId.il. V1 attd Old RaadaM
ho nwl medical kill nd excrlrnvr(ennal(
Dr IUtoatonee. Huopinionowt'nothinjr ad may
atTe f ntnrfl Tnirry and hama W hrn ioconrfawat
I toTwttnr tyi rtritmQtmrairtnrMi iwMit
elm hH nhnU atlnlirn to a da
talna crcnl L.lll.nJrb4iUnithnMiafhrtt Cia
caw to tha ouif-t NpVciniut. br hm ry
"""r1 rrpy u mr-ur wwi
prtn ImmUm U-Tbomho rail no
ooabnttba Doctor (.nnvnltatMmftwimlaMCrvdlr
l?TaEK. Adan.a ah.tr.
617 St. Claries Street ST. LOUIS M0.
A. i-tt(i- Grmlvtt of tff mrdlral
eollrccs. hlnmlonpT turricrdiii Ui-liral-iwn
U toot t 1 1' steals than aiir oilicrphTslrtan In
SuLmi .a rltf nir howandntMrpU
ilnl9 knw ona Hal ton at ullceor hr mall
rrrf ai IltirltM frlrnd! talkorhUoUlon
cuirttthlu? hmiti-tlnrfinrrMlr-nt torllt
he rliy t r trrattm tit m llrlwr ctr. tif rnt
Biurititrtl hrc doubt nlU ll itD'anUr
Rcttous rrostratiao. Debility Mental ad
Physical "Weatness llTC.qr.al and othar
affeetlona of Throat. SMn and Bonea Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning Stln Affec-
tions Old Sores and UUers. InpednneaU to
Marriage Ehemnatrsm Piles. Special
attention to cases from orer-worled brain.
SURGICAL CASES reeeiTfl special attention.
Diaeisei ariiing from ImpntdenceiErcetKi
Indnlncea cr Eipasnres.
It t ir-eTll-nl tliat a I iiyMcbur parlnic
rarlicitlar attrition to a rla" vt ems attains
ptrat tvUHI an I i hrrlf lait-t tn ricalarpract.re
al over tlie coniitrr'Vnowlmf thlrminetiri
reconinicml eaes to the ot lt flirt. In America
vhtri ctry knnnti anlUtrt i resortrtl to.
an 1 llinpi-oMl rooU wwtwl 1" ol aS
arein Imuntrte areonl. A wlroieh ts
Mil for fifllec i nnJH and all an treated wltn
rt)t lin rciKrtfiil minmr: ami. Litowlna;
what to t!onoeJ'crluii?ntaiiiiali'. Orjac-
nunt er the ctit number u-irliif the
tharci" are ktt 'a? cn er tuan Is
a'rm-iiiOt d r itl)r If " secure tlie skill
and crt a H-f civ and lxrft 111 rnrr. tliatts
the li.'i-ortant iiiatlr. 1 ami hlet a ragrs
Ktt to ar adJriia tree.
- (nannniiocnilinr 260
plates t niHnnmui: uuiuc i pages.
nejrant elolli au-lsiU I ImllPif clM fT 60
niiitc in iarv.1.1 f nr ntiiri urr. (Im tttlr
ihrfnl TiiIritrrsJLriv'' 'iff axtlch'soiithe
To inri-MifO.-'ti. "VvltOtiiTyii'arrr-honoti
win r 1 te f aze to iiwrrr bo nurrr Hr;U
ManfWt v rtma.tli .! 1 lirlrallfav. Who
li nit Ittitrrr II a ilnautth3iulti4Miiuir be
mils in miair iir
li rra-Hil Tlnw n arrlr I T eonimiiilalliiff
inarrrln? Oiwil I ra I 1U It nultltJberea
t wider Inrk and
it a" a mu iiMmt imn kepsi
or anu Atla.i.-ctuUl) niail.iniuoaej
A rllONTII and UOAUU for there
lire tlotiiij; men or Ivltes In each
tiHintr. d.lre l 7ILOLKU A
Intra'l Rf MrjImpnU IfUions. uotl we Ben.
IHlfl'A IIMUUP UIU9 L1IVI3 f UltCl All A
U7M- ii crftif.
26Btii EuihonrPnce Oaly $1 1
DY MAIL POST-PAID.
A great Medical fort on Manta
Debility ('rciiunire herltneln JIaii Lrrorsof
iliiiut niiu ui iiuium. iiiicitrs irmiiuu( iiuiu
Indlscrrtlon ami rrcee A book for ererj
man jwtnp. niiilille-aseJ and ol I. Jt contains
iza itreecrtuitons rorantie ana rnronic ttisea-es
each one of'wlilchls Inyaluable bofonnd by
lh Anthni ti-hruit tnMiMri fnr -?1 TeaiM li
eudi aj )tn)Iablj neter before fell ia the lot of
any pnyaician. juu page uonnu id iieaaiiitu
h'rench miistln. pmuoeil enTtrs. full tilt.
guaranteed to be a liner worLin ereTy seqe-
mechanical literary and j)roff?ouiWthaji
any other nirk sohl in thl-J ooittry for ti.U) or
the money will l-j rfJUrJtlo'l lneTerr instance.
rriceimrx 0Q by mail rf-paltr Hlmtra-
li bBtiile u cenli bend now Oobl medal
an-nletl the anthor b the NatlMial Medical
Association to the officer ef which he refers
The firlenr oP Lif fihonht be ead Iir the
voou? for lni-ttnclion and by (he ainideil fur re-
nei iiwiu ocnrniaii uowiou ianrer.
Thers I no member of socle tr lo whom the
science of Life will not be Tuflnl't whfther
rouui iKirrni suaruiaa. ujrucior or ctergj'
1 J." r&a iliatvlaboily Me-Heal In-Utate or Pr
U''ll Parker. N. 4 Ituldnch btreef. iVxston.
Mas who may be consult! on all dlseAM re-
quiunK mu jiini eatwrience vn runic ami du
Ulna'edl4eaif'4tha.liare baffled the Al of all
other hrlciaii n UCf1 eclalty. nch
treaieii succcsuiuiiy iiLrik wiutoui an !
stance of fainre.
puwrra prruiatnra mermr
and fculora to perform llivli
dutle properly aro cao-ted bj
excowa error of youth. Il
will Una a perfert and Uatinic
retoratKni roknat heallfi
and Tlcwron miuiBl la
ft either atomarh drttpjnne nor
AfiTont I)eblltr and
eneeessfal because btued on perfect diatrnoaia
aewnnd dlret method and absolute tnr
nzhne I'ntl information and Treatiae free.
AdJreM tonscltiuff i hyiictanM
MAR3T0N REME0TC0 v4SW.14UiSLKnrYerk.
V.c; Dr. KEAN.
ULI11 lt3 ! ItUl trvWlaf kil Frt-
nm &ru Ckfat ana einvtal dta-
ur Jlparta avtorlMn I a potvmc j (mi mtt
liniipavfttjt. lfmU dbi lc Cob-
Bllallon pwoal'T by IrtUr tn.
Dr knt ! U tMly ph jBkU la th
ritrttiti mu-ruttem r it IM
i-nt utJiMt AnjM.jtAdnm
U H. US I. JUXn S-n.. 10 1 ! bu Ittk CMy.
OP Till HUMAN BOP V FNLARCFP PFVyi.
i n I tti Ihf r ! no r Tinoiftni
aril- niiin umn wntrrytl ilwrt
. MTTy in lorl In
Hint h i T7
Jkik Minn i.i . ItnrtiiU N V r-nA..
wnY xnu. axv oe suffer from cors
COlt-N IttMO LU -a certain and painla rem
edy for both jrn and lianion ot ay iJraxirtst
fprZJeentfi. There sre worthier irai tt Hn--iio-!
nln!."ln Itw auretoFft the (LR1IAH
lYopnctor 1131 nit tin btreet Neork
5LENVS SULPHUS SOAP In'PMVES (HE SKIN.
REUAB IE SELF-CURE:
A iVvrtriU nFMutntlnn fti m Af thS
b noud and roecwsftil pecuilate Is tn TJ n
fcM Xrn rta IFectJc ajd lmv foMj
v Adirif I DR. VVAR0 4 CO Uttnaaa May
H. -W. GKRAJBJER.
I am now oftVrinff to tin putilic lhc finest
lin.' oriHAMllNIK. W.VT('HK.-v C'WK-'KS
J MVKLKYV N)L1I MLVKR and l'L-VTiJ)
AVA11E. Nm-rltH- U..H Prns Ckiwk OPcri
CUms. 1cU Knitts. !!-'"r' Mrn.hum
l"iH-; Manifjmg (JIh-m- dr.
naTKXGIUVIXH NKATLY DOSE. 9
Cnll ami ruinme inv(tiiL lcforeurtlw-
K nt olhtr place.
Kimruibcr tlw plniv.
H. V. GKABhl!
West bide of tlie b.jiu re
lier Shingles Sash Ddois
ALSO AGENTS. -FOR.
John Dcero's Plows and Ciittivators Command Oob Mills
oraaoDaKer itoaa ana spring Wagons romarKably x:
cheap. OaHand exaraiao our lino of Buggies.
COTTON GIN AND MILL MACHINERY!
131. -W; GRABEB Sc CO.
WAXAHACHEE : : t : TEXAS!
3KuJacturer'ARentaknd Dealers ia '
AMES" POETABE AND
EaflB. I ibsMp ani Pratt Ma
Stopple lone Star Winshlp Reynolds aad Colemaa Cottos resseC-
NORDXKE k MARMOT IttEC MACHlNfiRT .
Steam PAmpa SHartln Plpnt and nitlnn.
ITavinr mill cnNthfnf ri. 1 ...?.
understand lhc menu of aJIroodlmliatlmcmanufiitaral in the United Stitei and ro
We hare recentlr placed an order and are
the best and most
JEANS PANTS DUCK PANTS OVERALLS
Brown and Bleached Drawers
SEIKO WITH HUH THREAD WITH FAT. CROTCH; PAT. BUTTOHS BUARAKTEEO K5TTQ II?
W arranted to be a belter fit ai 1 madebettel than anything ever offered to the Trade
ofTeias. These coodi will be on sale in about ten bjr wholesale and
retail Special inducements onered to interior merchants. Be sure
and see our goods before yovbuv as Ours are -the best.
WILKE & HEARTFIELDi
HOEH AI8B BlESSED LUMBJ
Slimlos Dein MMbs Mk$ Buckets te 3
MoAWugr ana Agrricultaral Macuinei
West strcot near iho Union Depot Bronhara Texas.
t K.S.' J'f. VJS
sg. a. inn .ii i ciinnioia aiaortmcnt
mcsH -JL'at.ronr3z;iMolipiUilanijUilactabii gaarantccd.
T O. ITIXKJNS.
WILKINS & TAFtVER
Succcssorsto Jolin MelChmou & Co
tAIXB3 tS ' j
Roil art fell km
Shingles Iickets Mouldings
SASH -DOORS BUDS.
READY MADE CYPRESS GJSJERf
Public Patronag'e Solicited
I GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
BRENHAM - -
Has Rocoivod a Poll
SPEIKG & SUMMER GOOD
C upies' IJmssIo coops MroiMMiwrtirTiii
CSOTHIWG BOOTS AWTD SHOBS
Hvt Oapa.'QnaonB'ra'aro oad Grooorio. 1
Also alarge and
Parlor and Bed
CARPETS MATS and HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS j
(.Call and examine onr goada before purchasing pkcwhcxtv GuaraotctoatmCusIon 13
Has received his stock of Spring and Slimmer Goods Dra
Uoods 01 the latest
Trimmings of all kinds. Iaccs and Embroideries. Hosiery aU Iho latest noVelQStftj
lAOies ana uuiaren. il. tuu ltno 01
Clothing for Men Boys & Chile
"SKSES! BOOTS AND SHOES PSLuJ
In The G-ROCERT
VI 111 he foaad a full and complete line of all
rttmhaMn are conllillr InTlted to call and examine tbe goods and i toe. 1
TW- Stroot Tt"" "n i.t . 7oaca;.
J-DOrESTIC PATTERNS A SPECIALTY.
Ginsi Feeders ail CoMensers.
tt. .-. .1. . .1 li
H TV GKABEB & CPk
having manufactured for our own trade
snbstantal line of
.T. . . .
ot uuJltJOit Kent on nana al
EttJLMG MATERIAL IK)
til-: u xnT
of public sqjcubi
aad Complcto Stock ol
TarioJ assortment of
styles and t9xture$.
goods to do foaml in ma -clasa ffroc7 tft
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