Georgetown Watchman (Georgetown, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 12, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 22, 1869 Page: 4 of 4
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A LARGE AND FULL ASSORTMENT
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Wj^B«eT0X COUNTY, TEX A?.
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FRUITS and FLOWERS
Carefully pot up and seat to any address.
Urape-Vines, 80 varieties; Peach Trees
Apple Trees, both dwarf (on paradice) anc
standard; Dwarf Pear; Cherry Strawbet-
ries; Currants; Gooseberry; Raspberry Ac.
A choice collection of Rosesaud ornamen-
tal shrubs, Evergreens, &e.
Send postage stamp for Illustrated Dis
ota.52 WILLIAM WATSON.
J. W. EANNIG, |
Pecan Street V Aastid. Tex aft
HAS oa hand, and will be constantly re
eeiving, the most complete variety oi
ever in the city, consisting in part of the
MATRASSES WILLOW WARE,
Metallic Burial Cases, all rites and prices.
Wanlnut Coffins always on hand,
HT Prompt attention given to Under-
taking. Hearse in readiness.
Also does all kinds of work in the Cabi-
net Maker's line. ot:2*52
The assortment will be more complete
than we have ever had.
The attention of Buyer« is respectfuls
SAMPSON & HENRICKS
Spring Dress Goods.
We are Dow opening a'very jhandsome
assortment, and respectfully
invite the attention of
SAMPSON & HENRICKS.
THE undersigned wishes to inform
the public that he baa opened a jmmi
Restaurant ffn Peean street, two doors be-
low B. 1L Odom's store, where a good sub-
stantial meal can be had at any time of day.
There being no Bar Room attached to the
Restaurant, gentlemen can sit down and
enjoy a meal in quiet. The tables will al-
ways be supplied with the best the market
affords. T' " . Th. E. CRAM Kit, /
t4:6 • • "" Proprietor.
H. B. HlLLYER S
Photographic Art Roons.
[South side Pecan Street,]
Takes all kinds and sizes of Pictures from
the Largest to the smallest I exhibit as
Specimens, none hut my own WORK. I
strive to Equal the bost work of the State.
My Willaimson County friends are eordi*
aliy iuvited to eall on me when they come
to Austin, and should they want picture* 1
will do my best to pleaae them.
Specimens at the Watchman Office
CHA8. W. OHRNDORF
\\J OULD respectuf ully inform tbe public,
v V that be haa reopened his /:
[in the Iron-Gad, opposite to Baker A Ray-
mond's Drug Store], where he will only keep
the best in this, an-1 the New Orleans mar-
ket ; such as Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Ice., and
ev«ry thingin the Fancy and Family Grocery
line which be will sell as cheap as the cheap-
est. entire stock is fresh ' and is well
selected. Jaat received a fresh lot of PrencH
Candies. • •
Give me a call. ot 18
SUMMER CLOTHES, CASSIMERES,
Bine and Fancy Colors,
Together"with Tailor's Trimmings, Ac.
The Houston Times,
WITHIN THE RE A CB OF ALL !
SINGLE COPY, J1' - -MOO
TEN COPIES, - •- • 16,00
FIFTY COPIES, • 50,00
Ail Original Matter]!
Horticulture, Agricultnre Mechanies,
Manufactures!, tfttnwea, Am, Sciences,
Late Ktf*s andTelegraphic Dispatches will
be among the leading features of THE
IN DEPENDENT ON ALL QUESTIONS
DEATH tO MONOPOLIES!ft
All Postmasters, Preachers and Editors
AM Fcttthal Qaasti— wiU bo vigorously
and roundly discussed without fear or favor.
MORROW & PRICE,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
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MASONIC HALL STORE,
S. B. BR USB, Proprietor.
, THOS. B. BODLEY & CO.
Machinery and Agricultural
No. 9, Pcrdido Street, New Orleans, La
Are general a fronts for the manufacturers
and keep constantly on hand
Sattley Gang Plows,
Victor Grain Drills,
Buckeye Thrashing Machines.
Ball's Ohio Mowors,
Warren'i} Sulky Hay Rai-e,
Ball's Combined Mower & Reaper,
Victor Cane Mills
and Cooks Evaporators.
SPRING and SUMMER GOODS,
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J. C. S. MORROW, r. U PRICK,
The above named
of Goods in the
in Georgetown, of
the control, and am
assortment of inost
I will offer for sale
has opened a stock
which I am to have
now receiving a fair
at tbe same prices
,. ,. Country Produce generally, for which the
ijDOM getting up a dob will be entitled highest market prices wiil be paid.
eopv of THE TIMES gratis. 1 MORROW & P.
)S. B. Brush,
they were marked
tin, with the excep-
heavy articles, such
I hope my old
ers, also those wLdi
on me and see the
can sell them good*
any other house
see for yourselves.
is to be purcliased
to sell at .iu Aus-
tion of freight .on
as Stoves, &c.
friends and custom-
ing goods, will call
prices. I think I
at less prices than
in town, call and
The Spring Stock
in New York and
SPRING GOODS at
A. B. PALM'S,
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Adapted to Southern Cane or Sorgo. Wood
& Mann's Portable Engines, Stationary K -
gincs, all sires, Kingland & Ferguson's Cir-
cular Saw Mills, Branch, Cook t Go's Cir-
cular raid other Saws R. Ball & Co's Wood
working Machinery, W. P. Coleman's Corn
and Wheat Mills,
Gullcttfs Steel Brush Cotton C ins
Patent Hand Press
" 44 Hay Press
Church School and Plantation Bells,
Amalgum, of as rich tone and at one quarter
cost of regular bell metal,
other markets, and Shipped direct to this
plaee. From Mr. Brush's experience and
the large amount of his purchases also, as
he pays all cash down when he purchases,
I tliiuk I can again build up my old business
and keep the trade that naturally belongs to
this place at home.
E. W. TALBOT.
BAIIN & SCHUMANN,
CONGRESS AVENUE, : : : AUSTIN,
Manufacturers and dealers in fine Gold
and Silver, Watches, Clocks and
Fine Jewelry of the latest style. Silver
and Silver Plated Ware, Gold Peus etc.
Also 'agents for Wheeler & Wilson'
Watches and Jewelry repaired *on tha
shortest notice and at moderate charges.
Galvanizing neatly executed.
When satisfaction is not given, money
J as. L. Moork,
Rich'o C. Hart,
MOORE & HART,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
amd oRUBRAL commission
Receiving and Fot warding Merchants,
• Brindam, Tex
8&" No Drayage. 28
/ AUSTIN, TEXAS.
JO JIN STRINGER,... ......Proprietor
THIS HOUSE is commodious snd con-
veniently arranged large and well ventillated
The proprietor's long experience in hotel
keeping, hss taught him to gain public pat-
ronage, a house should be kept in a manner
to recommend itself, dnd to this end he is
putting fortli his best efforts. The substan-
tial and luxuries of the market, always find
place upon his table.
John Hull & Co's Celebrated
My large aud well selected Stock of
Spring Goods just arrived and opened,
bought cheap from New York first hands.
Consisting in part of V,
Checked, Swiss and Mull
Muslins, Chambroys, English, French
and Silk Grenadines, Irish
and all descriptions of machinery afld im-
plements at wholesale and retail manufactu-
Description and price list furnished ou
MOORE & HART,
Cotton and Wool Factors,
RECEIVING FORWARDING & GENERAL
Brick Warehouse, Brenham, Texas,
' ot 3-25. Agents. f
A. SESSUMS & Co.,'
GALVESTON and HOUSTON\
COTTON AKD WOOL FACTORS
ENKRAL Commission Merehartts, and
Wholesale Grocers. Liberal e#«h ad-
vances mads at either place on con
MRS. MARTHA NICHOLS,
[SOUTH SIDE OF PECAK 8TREKT, ]
Austin, < '1 eras,
I am now just in receipt of, and will con-
tinue to receive large orders of everything
pertaining to the
FASHIONABLE MILLINER^ LINE.
Every Variety of Bonnets, Trimmed ac-
cording to the latest Fashion, at|d to onjier.
Bridal Costumes, Wreaths, Inserting*, Laces,
Hibbons, Silks, &e., cheaper than ever of-
fered in the city.
My present stock consists of the largest
and most carefully selected variety ever of
t'ored to the public, aud I ouly ask an exam-
ination to ensure sale.
W. J. OLI rHANT
BEGS LEAVE to inform the public
that he has received all of his appera-
tus and fixtures at last, and is now prepared
to make pietures of all sizes, from th most
diminutive MINIATURES for lockets, pins
&c,, up to the
on 17x20 inch plates.
Having paid great attention iO his busi-
ness and fitted up his gallery in a style that
wili compare with any In the North, he
now hopes by a dose application to merit a
continuance of the patronage that has been
so liberally bestowed upon him, and should
he fail in any case to give complete satisfac-
ion, the money will be refunded. Every-
body is respectfully requeued te call at his
Gallery at the old stand oa Pecrn street,
Austin, whether work is wanted or not.
IV A DO.'
THIS thorough bred Stallion wil| be at
Georgetown on Monday and Tuesday
of each week, and at Florence on Wednes-
day and Thursdayof each week.
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A LEXANDJEB & S ON,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL *
AUSTIN, ' -
. , Hair Braids,
etc., et< .
GLOVE FITTING CORSETS
A large assortment of Ladies' and chil-
GENTS' BOOTS and SHOES
A complete assortment of Stripes and
Cottonades, Linen, Cotton, Checked and
A splendid assortment of hats (latest
COLT'S PISTOLS, and SHOT GUNS,
Groceries, Wood war®
Crockery, Glass and Glassware.
The Celebrated Msrtin Whiskey; Olive
Br«nch and other Brands.
Tar, Sulphur, Alum, Rosiu, Copperas,
Paints, etc., etc.,
Factory Thread, Coats' Spool Thread
Grass Rope, all sixes. Baud Saws, Spirt!
Levels, Planes and Cutlery of every den- ;
cription. McCormacks Mowers and R«ap-
ers. In fsct any thing "you need for the
very lowest ca^h prise.
A B. PALM.
We have on hand, and intend to keep
constantly in store a complete u>ck uf Drug*
and Patent Medicines. Surgical Instrument*
i oilet ArtieifB, aud everything to be found
in a list class DRUG STORE.
CRKSYL1C ACID COMPOUNDS.
jap* S11EKP DIP.
Carbolic Disinfecting Soap.
Salt Rheum Soap.
Toilet Soaps, (Medicated, Camphora-
ted aud Perfumed.)
Cresvlie Hose Ointment for Piles.
Country Druggist are . respectfully re-
quested to call at.d examine our stock, as-
suring them of our earnest eudtavor to sat-
isfy iu every particular,
a T I s tillt
Messrs. F. T. DUFF K U and BE1. B.
THOMPSON have opened at the old mioid
of Joseph Harrail, on Pecan street, a hoitao
exclusively devoted to the sale of
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Their long experience iu tlie buaiaess is a
sufficient guarantee to the public that they
will offer in the market no goods tiitt the
btfsl ddftit0fmn£t0fi •
Our stock when fully reueiiud, we have
hesitation in saying, will be tlie most perfect
which is now of ever Jtas beeu in the Austin
market. It ha* been selected with great
care and embraces many ne«r and improve 1
im-trumeiits aud latest preparations,"especi-
ally for tbe aick room, which, when one*
used will be, fully appreciated^
Ot\r Mr. Duflau'a cumiection with, the
Whoiosale House of Duffku, Davidson and
Robira, of Galveston enables this firm tu
supply interior dealers with any bills on
on shorter tine and more favorable terms
thau any other In Texas. 2:50
UUFFACJ & THOMPSON.
Apothecary nod Druggist, at the
store of Eubank & Knight, George-
t (Established, Austin, 18il.)
G. T. BOAROMAN, DEN.
TAL SURGEON, operates with
all the latest Improvements.—
Teeth extracted with little or no pain by
the use of Rhigoleue Spray.
Office—Side entranoe, rear of Hut 4
Co.'a Store, Avenue Austin.
Dr. John R, Walker,
Office id Pennington building. - —
DOCTOR W. P. BlALL,
(Late Superintendent State Lonatie Asylum)
Has located in Georgetown, for tho put.
pose of practising his profession, from an
experience of 20 years'constant pracuos in
the diseases of Texss, he Itopea to be able
to give satisfaction to those who emplov him
Especial attention given tn chronic disease*,,
and diseases of Women an4 Children,
tl* Office in Judge Walker's Law Office
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