The Brenham Inquirer. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 19, 1867 Page: 4 of 4
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N. l>. I.AUAIUK. E. T. BARSTCW.
LA IIBADIE A 55AICTOW,
Wfct !ff3 earn] re'ail dealers in drags. *niedi-
vinrtf. cken'ka ?, paints, oils, varnishes,
jr ass, tlye fancy goods, &c , <8tc.,—
O d s taint, ecr. market ami twenty-second
U. >1. BAKER, R. VI . W AI.KK.il. B. B AKF.R
BAiiCIi, WALKKK A CO..
Cotton Wool Factors and General
COM M1SSION MERCHANTS,
s'rand, Galveston Texas.
Cash advances uiade on consignments for sale
or shipment* and all orders promptly atten-
ded to. octC
I HAVE this day associated with me in bus-
iness Capt. L. E. Grifliti. The style of the
firm will be T. Mather «St Go. (Gopt Gritlin
is a nephew of Capt. Wm. Saunders deceased,
of the old firm of Mather, Hughes & Sann-
ders). He will take the position formerly oc-
cupied by Capt. S- in the old firm; traveling
in t!e interior, and will wait on our old
friends and the public generally. We will j
do strictly a Commission and Falters busi-
ness. No speculation in cotton, and hope by
strict attention to business to merit and re-
ceive a liberal share of patronage.
July 1st, 1SG6. T. MATHER.
james hewitt, john m. swisher, s. j. lee,
new orleans. austin. lavaca.
HEWITT, SWISHER & CO.,
Exchange and General Commission
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
Consignments of Cotton, Wool, Hides,
and Merchandise for sale or shipment, upon
which they will make liberal advances, re-
LfSAHON DKiHY & SON,
SHIPPING and C OMMISSION
STRAND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
JUT Consignments solicited. Warehouse,
i' i; t •/ i irf . oct6'66w
a- j. ward. jas. carder
A. J. WARD cfc CO.,
COtton & Wool Factors
Corner Strand and 24th Street,
oetG "HGiw Galveston, Texas.
Late Mather, Hughes
L. E GRIFFIN,
T. MATHER & CO.,
Cotton anii Moot Jfariors,
gab. felder. j. w. siitpman.
FELDER & SIIIPMAN,
Cotton and Wool Factors
General Commission Merchants,
Particular attention given to purchasing
Merchandize, Family and Plantation Sup-
Nov 4 65,
CHALES FRED. JENNY,
MAKES cash advances on consign-
ments for shipment to foreign and
domestic ports, or for sale in this mar-
k- ' -tnd sells Exchange on New York,
OrSe;? ns,and all the principle places
bi Eiii one in sums to suit.
September 16, 1S65.
PARTIES wishing to ship us cotton from
the Second District, are authorised to
draw on us for the taxes.
BAGBY & BAKER,
14-3m Houston, T -xas.
LaU of New Orleans.
*'« ' '
GARDEN SEEDS GROWN in 1866.
IN conn' ctiisn withmy'Book ond Stationery
1 busi:.tss. 1 have established a GNERAL
KEED STORE. My stock in this department
is much the mo?t extensive, and my assort-
ment the most complete to be fouud i n any
one house in Texas.
My seed are all imported from Landreih,
Tboibum, and «ther reliable Seedsmen, all
the growth of IS-'-G. So eld seed on hand.
1 tlllr to supply parties buying v* sell agaie
at LOW" RATES. * have a sufficient quail
tity to supply Texas- Fresh stock constant-
ly received. JAMES BURKE,
21—3t Dealer in Books, Seeds and
rtONSICNMENTS OF PRODUCE solicited,
v. Prompt attention anil returns to all busi-
ness entrusted to my care.
I wit! furnish BAGGING & ROTE and
FAMILY SUPPLIES on Cotton to be
consigned to me next Fall.
We aie sole AGENTS for D. Prate's
IMPROVED COTTON GINS.
We will also furnish PLANTATION
HORSE MILLS an.l GIN GEAR.
All persons desiring said work will
direct their orclors to us. Early appli-
cation desirable to secure it in time.
We will forward to any point on the
Rail Roads—purchasers pay all expon
ses of transportation. Cash on delivery
here or satisfactory arrangements to send
me first Cotton that can be got to mar-
ket next Fall.
T. MATHER & CO.
Galveston, July 7th, 1866-ly.
ALSX. B THOMPSON,
Late of Chappoli Hill
I ALEX. B. THOMPSON & CO.,
Commission & Forwarding mer-
Nov. 4th,'65. Galveston, Texas.
General, Commission Merchants
and dealers in
Dry-Goods & Groceries.
Have on hand and are continually receiving
GEO C ERIE S,
Assorted Liqors, Tobacco and
BOOTS AND SHOES,
BAGGING & ROPE,
and all articles suitable for country trade.
All kinds of Country Produce taken in
exchange for Goois, or received on consign-
ment for sale, or shipment to our friends in
New York or Boston,
Nov 4th, '56,
Fashionable Clothing Store.
THE subscriber begs leave to inform his
I friends and the public that he is now open-
ing a well selected sto^k of
CLOTHING, SHOES. &c.,
in the oUl Commercial and Agricultural
Bank bui-iling, on Tremont street, atid is
reatly once more to accommodate his cus-
tomers on the most re ascnaleterms.
Galveston, Nov 4 65
arthur h. f.dev. f.kirsten. r. j. davis
ARTHUR H. EDEY & CO.,
Cotton and Wool Factors,
strand, galveston, tt xas.
Represented it? New Ycrk by Messrs. F.
j S. Schleissner^t Son. Represented inNetv
Orleans by Edey& Pinckard, 183 Common
street. Sept. 29, 1366.
A. sessums, j. c. massje,
A. SESSUMS & CO.
Cctton Factors and Wholesale Grocers,
Strand Street, Galveston.
We have established at Houston and Gal-
veston, in connection with our cotton fac-
torage business, a wholesale grocery busir
ntss, singly with an eye to furnishinl onr pat-
rons l heir staple goods at better rares than
we have been ei a bled to buy. Onr planting
friends will be furnished their goods, at 'alt
times, at the lowest possible cash piices; their
orders will be tilled tpon the principle as if
purchasing was present.;
We have secured the services of Major L.
C. Rountree. whose speciality it will be to
attend to the grocery department at Galveston.
e respectfully solicit consignments of
cotton and other product,, which will receive
at all times, the special a*tention of one or
he other of the partners. octC
e. s. bolli.vo.
h. k. spooner.
J. c. & s. R. SMITH & Co.,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTORS
All business entrusted
our personal attention.
j, c. smith, m. m. singlet a ry,
s. r. smith, h. n. jones.
July 2S, 1866-y.
to us will receive
f. e. sabfokd, julius a. randle,
; Galveston. Washington Co:
SANFORD & RANDLE,
General Commission Merchants,
Strand, Galveston, Texas.
Liberal advances made on Consignments
for sale or Shipment. Orders for Mercban-
d se will receive prompt attentiontion.
July 28, 1866-ly.
ROLLING, SPOONER cS CO.,
IF HOLE SALE GROCER S,
(Snydei's old stand.)
STRAND STREET* Galveston, Texas.
HAVE on ban'' and constantly re-
ceiving fresh supplies of
HARNESS k SADDLERY
3. v. smith. w. t. smith.
s. ir. SMITH & CO.,
J*a5'1 Street, HOUSTON.
W ill receive for sale or shipment, cotton,
wool, hides, «ind all kinds of produce.
All orders executed promptly.
Feb. 10, 1866.
THE FINISH, GALVESTON.
RESTAUR-INT, supplied with the best
Viands in the Market.
Meals Furnished to order at ike shortest
Liquors always the best. Sleeping apart-
ments :upplied with clean and comfortable
The undersigned, successors to Sam. D.
Hazlan, as Proprietor of the *' Finish," on
Tremont Street, Galveston, assu.e the Pub-
lic that in their hands this well-known and
popular resort of citizens and traveled shall
not suffer in the high reputation it |ias ac-
quired under the management o f Mr. Harian.
W. M. HURST & COLE.
In withdiawing from the " Finish," 1
earnestly recommend Messrs. Hurst & Cole
to the patronage of my old friends.
Sam. D. Harlan.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES j
Viurs; Liquors? Cigars* Tobacco,
Wood and Willow Wave*
COMPRISING IN PART :
SU G A R— B rown, CI d ri fled, Po wtl c red,
Crushed and Loaf, Flour, Coffee, Tea,
Molasses, Salt, Potatoes, Onions, Dried
Apples and Peaches, Butter, Lard,
Cheese, Bacon, Rice, Soap, Candles,
Starch, Salaeratus, Soda, Cream Tarter,
Ground, Pepper, Cinnamon. Allspice
Cloves, Nutmegs, Corn Staich, Mezana,
Soda, Butter and Wino Crackers, Figs,
Assorted Pie Fruits, and Preserves,
English Pickles, Plain and Mixed
Picklcs, Brandy Peaches, Pears and
Fresh Oysters, Spiced Oysters, Sal-1
iron, Lobsters, Sardines, Herrings, Cod-
fish Mackerel and Salmon, (in kits quar-
ter and hall barrels and barrels,) Tomato
Catsup, Walnut Catsup, Derby Mustard,
Pepper Sauce, London Club Sauce, Wor-
cestershire Sauce, Chocolate, Ground,
Coffee, Condensed Milk, Condensed
Lye, Candte?—mixod and fancy, Sugar
Lemon Syrup, Raspberry Syrup, Straw-
berry Syrup. Cooking Extracts, Yeast,
Powders, Green Corn, Green Peas,
Tomatoes, Soda. Wine and Butter
| Crackers, Almonds, Filberts and Brazil-
Whisky. Biandy, Gin, Rum, Wines,
Sherry, Madeira, Claret, Port, Cham-
pagne, in quarts and pints. Cider,
Pcrier and Ale, Fancy Liquors,
Bitters, etc., &c., &c.,
Tobacco, Cigars snd SanU",
Tubs, Buckcts, Churns, Measure, Bas-
kets, Brooms, Brushes, Demijohns,
&cM &c., &c.,
In fact we keep every article to be
found in a well selected stock of Staple
and Fancy Groceries—all ol which we
offer at veiy low prices for cash.
ROLLING, Si'OOftElS & CO.
March 10, I860.
Ambler Allen & Co.,
Main Street, Houston, Texas.
We have on hand a comp!ete stock of
Saddlery> Harrises &c.,
Saddle & Harness Leather,
Gillettes, Scudders, Neebs,
Ilauk's and other
Trunks and Carpet Rags, Carr'age-Tiim.
mings, &c., of every description.
We are in receipt daily of New Gcods di-
rect from the Manufactory of
J. E- COND1UT & CO.,
55 & 57 While Street, N. Y.
Cotton, Wool, & Hides,
taken in exchange for Goods. Country
Merchants will find it to their advantage to
give us a call.
A. S. "AMBLFR 4 CO.,
Strand, near Ball Hutchins & Co.,
Nov 4th, 'Go.
d. c. stone, tiios. p. matthews,
Galveston. Late of Matagorda co.
STONE & MATTHEWS,
Kendlev Building, Strand.
Advances made on consignments for sale
or shipment. Aug. 4, G6.
PEEL, DUMBLE & JONES,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND
COITOK & WOOL FACTORS
Strand, Commerce St.,
T. W. HOUSE,
Cotton Factor and General Commission
oct6'66. Houston and Galveston Texas.
THE FEMA\S COJiCEXTRATIXG }
01 I*ERt YEAR! we want
0*5 Agents everywhere to sell our
Improved $£0 Sewing machines
Three new kinds. Under and uppex feed*
Sent on t ial. W a nan ted five years. Above
salary or laage commissions paid. The ohm
machines sold in United States for less than
®40, which a:e fclly licensed by Howe*
Wheeler & Wilson, Grover & Baker, 8inger
® *-?• and Aiohelder. All other cheap
Our Goods are all new and dessrable j macbines are infringements and the seller
Spring and Summer Goods, jor user are liable to arrest, fine and impris-
and such as the trade need for immediate I 2niTent* 11,ustratt'd circulars-sent tree.^—
use. They consist of Foreir- c!..k,
Closing out Sale!!
OUR entire stock to cloaed out within
thirty days, regardless of cost, in
hoth the Wholesale and Retail depart-
LESS THAN NEW YORK PRICES.
GOODS AT NEWYORK PRICES!
H. E. PERKIJVS & CO.,
HAVE just recievtd and are now opening
one of the largest and most complete
MILLL\EB¥ & FANCY GOODS
ever before received in Houston—this stock
having been purchased after the
Great Decline in Prices.
We are thus enabled to offer to our friends
Goods as stated in onr heading.
In making this announcement we ask par-
ties desirous of puichasing to call, examine
aud judge for themselves.
Our goods were purchased directly from
importers, and in fine White Goods and Dress
Goods, such as
Challies, Organdies, Tissues, Barages, ~
Jaconettes, Prints, Domesties, Jeans,
Cottonades, Hosiery, White Goods,
Notions, Lace Coods, Laies'
Spring and Summer Hats.
Men&' Straw and Felt Hats,
Mens' and Boys* Spring,
and Summer Clothing,
Crockery and Glass
ford, Maiue, or Chieago, 1*1.
M. H. SHWARTS
Dealer hi Dry Goods and Groceries,
Knhn's Comer, intersection of Strand and
OPPOSITE ASCHOFJf'iJ DRUG-STORE.
Lunch every day, from 11 to 12. octG
WINTER & McCLUSKY,
Wholesale and Retail Fancy and Staple.
—Post Ofilce Street, adjoining Masonic Hal!—
Silks, Dress Goods; Merinoes, Delaines,
Liuen Goods, Gotten Goods, Woolen Goods,
Whiie Goods, Plantation Goods, Mantillas,
Cloaks, Cassimeres, Shawls, in style, Ho-
sery, Gloves and Milts, Corsets, Embroider-
ies, Laces, Ribbons, Trimmings, Parasols,
Fans, fancy articles, spools, shirts, skirts.
SWIRNER & MORRIS,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreigc and Domestic 1
DRY 4.00DS AXD i'LOTiUAU, j
Gents' furnishing goods, boo's and shoes, j
notions &c. Dyers building, opposite Ball! GEORGE WYTIIE
Corner of STK^JiD and i'REJIONT, Sts.,
Manufacturers of Clothing, Import-
ers of Furnishing Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Hats and Caps
and a full Stock of Fancy Goods, etc.
Their stock of goods is the best selected
and cheapest ever offered to the trade.
Country Merchants aud Planters are par-
ticularly invited to examiue our stock to
J S SHIELDS & CO.,
BHimSa, STORAGE, AND
Ofiiet) over Soiley'a Banking House.
iandize shipped and orders promptly
fillet'^ Liberal advances made to shippers
of Cotton and other Produce to onr friends
in Liverpool, New Orleans or New York. n31
G. W. CRAWFORD & CO.,
money and Excliangc Brokers,
PXCHANGEon New York and New Orleans
J j bought and se'd. Will make Collections
and remit proceeds on day of payment.
National currency bought and sold.
Galveston °clober 14, 18G5
walter i.. mann. morgan mc'morries.
MANN & McMORRlES,
Cotton and Wool Factors, and Commis-
STR4ND, GALVESTON, TEXAS.
H. BLUM & CO.
Wholesale and retail dealers in staple and
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Hosiery, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Notions, &?.
TEXAS NAVIGATION COMPANY
tliis line OF
Galveston & Houston Packets
consisting of the following
.NEW AND SUBSTANTIAL
J. ii. Whitelaw, Capt. Pat. Christian,
Era No. 3, Capt. L. C. Hirshbergcr,
Sunflower, Capt. Dave Connor,
AVIT1I TIIEIK FIXE NEW BARGSE,
are now ready
FOR THE FALL BUSINESS,
AND WILL CARRY
FREIGHT, CATTLE & COTTON
at rates a3 low a3 any otiier line.
Perkins & Co. have summer silks,
Perkins & Co. have Grenadines,
Perkins & Go. have Melanges,
Perkins & Co. have Balsarines,
Perkins & Co. havo Parisian Stripes,
Perkins & Co. have Silk Clialle;
Perkins & Co. have Embroidered Robes;
Perkins & Co. have genuine Irish Poplin;
Perkins & Co. have Valencia Edging and
Perkins & Co. have Point Lace;
Perkins & Co. have Shetland Shawls;
Perkins & Co. have Lace Shawls.
f. r. lubbock. t. V. lubbock.
F. R. LUBBOCK & SON,
COMMISSION MER CHANTS,
Long Row, Main Street,
Solicit consignment 0f Produce and Mer
chamlise. Will atso <£ve special attention
to the sale of Real Es;nte.
j. B: |lORSE,~
DRUGGIST J DEALER IN
P erfumeries. Paints,Npils, Dye Stuffs, &c.,
N. B.—Particular attention given to
Country Orders. 21y
WHOLESALE & RETATL dealer in
Watches & Jewelry, and all
Fancy Articles, HOUSTON, Texas.
Watches aud Jewelry repaired and war-
ranted for one yea.. lOy
MRS. SOLOMJN has just returned from
New York and has selected for us the latest
styles ©f BONNETS aud HATS, therefore
Perkins & Co. have Empress Bonnets;
Perkins & Co. have Gipsy Bonnets;
Perkins & Co. have Neopolitan Bonnets:
Perkins & Co. have Mohair Bonnets;
Perkins & Co.^have Italian Bra;d Bonnets;
Perkins & Co. have English Straw Bonnets;
Perkins & Co. have Fancy Gimp Bonnets;
Perkins & Co. have Marguerrite Hats;
Perkins & Co. have Derby Hate.
We have at great trouble and expense:
brought out from New York a competent cut
terand fitter—a lady who cannot be excelled
in this branch of the business, and we, with-
out hesitation, iecon:mend her to cur friends
as an adept in this art.
We have all of the latest patterns from
Madame Demorest's establishment, and re-
ceive the same every three months; and we
invite the i-ulits of Houston and vicinity to
call and examine the new styles.
Perkins & Co. offer to the wholesale trade
the Lest C.f American prints at from 121-2 to
15 cents. Come flnd see.
HENfeY E. PERKINS & CO.,
Nos. I and 3 Perkins Row,
Main Street, Houston, Texas.
June L6, 1SG6-Iy.
Col. J. H. MURRAY, Proprietor.
This well known hons# is now on«n
ers, and ever) attention will be paid to secure
the ->omfort of its guests. Sept. 10, '65.
Also our whole stock of Agricnitaral
Steel and Cast Plows, Cotton Scrapers
Horse Hoes, Planter's Steel Hoes,
Shovels, Spades, Mule Harness
Trace Chains, Rakes,
Also—eight Cayuga Chief Mowers !
and Reapers combined, the bestmachine
ever put into the field, and is the favorite
through the entire West. One Little
Giant Mower and Reaper, Combined.
One Empire State Brick Machine, which
will grind the clay and meuld seventy-
two bricks per minute, and only requires
two horse power.
Merchants and Planters wanting
goods will be well paid by purchasing
of us within the next thirty days, as our
stock must be closed out by that time.
Remember the place is
J. E. CO WEN'S,
Kennedy's Building, Travis St.,
April 7, 1SCG. Hon^ton, Texas.
wanted for six"ent:iely nt-w articli-.
just out. Address O. D. GA REY,
June 16- ly. City Building, Biddeford, Me,
I AM at my old stand ready ta wait on all
those indebted to me for years past and
anxious for them to come forward and
pay up, that I may be enabled to pay my
debts and re-establish thj only truly honest
saddlery establhhmei t in the State, and
thus enable me tj meet the demand forth*
truly popular saddles manufactured alond
Nov. 4th, '65.
HOMES AMD STRAWBERRY'S.
Come and Bap
tWILL sell low. I wan't every one
to have fruit and flowers.
August 4-4m. Brenham, Texas.
T. M. BAGBY,
COTTON AND WOOL FACTOR
Genera! Commission Merchant
Sept 16, '65-nIO.
P. KEY.VAUD, A. V. CUOPHIN, 1 A. F. DUTEIL,
Houston, lateofN. O, J ^Galvcstoi,
REYNAUD, CHOPPIN & DUTE1L,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants
Comer Main and commerce streets, Houston
Tex-is, Lewis & co's bnilding, strand street
References—Houston, P J Willis & Bro.
W J Hu'chins, T W House, C Ennis & co.
Galveston—Ball, Liutchings& co., W B'Sor-
ley & co., R&D G Mills. New Orleans—
Geo. W Jones, Mummy, Luling & co., Pinc-
kard, Steele & co., SM Swenjon& co-, Vve,
Belloc, Noblom & co, J S MaunseD & co, T.
Piudhomme. Ne-.v York—Hoffman & co,
Charles Luling& co, Mobile, Ala,—Brown,
Begowen & co. St. Louis. Mo—Currie-
King & co. Memphis, Tenn.—Clark. Ely
Hutching & Co., strand, Galveston Texas.
w. l. sanders,
Late of Ala*
A. s. LII' iCOJlB. | V. II. LSK
Montg'y Co., | Fayette Co
SANDERS; LIPSCOMB Sc LEE,
Cotton aud Wool Factors,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants.! Con"
Liberal Cash Advances made o?t Consign-
ments in hand.
Special attentiou given to Orders for Ptu-
«:bases. Aprii 7, 1860.-tf
S. JACOBS & CO.,
Formerly II. & S. Jacobs, Sherman, Tx.
Wholesale dealers in fancy and staple dry
goods, clothing, gents' furnishing goods,
boots, shoes, l:a;s, caps, notions, stationery,
&c. strand street, House's building, Galves-1
ton, Texas. sct6'noll
Receiving, Forwarding and
I>EGS leave to inform his friends general-
> ly, and " the mess" especially, that
lie has opened a General Forwarding and
mission Utisiness. He will attend to
all Cotton, Wool or Produce sent to him for;
shipment or sale: Will also excute orders
for Planters and inland merchants, when
accompanied by consignments of produce or
Refer to C. S. Lorgeope, Houston ; Vance
& drothers. San Autonto ; T. J. McKinney,
Austin. Aug* 4th, '65.
N. U It OSS .11A YEK & CO.
Jubbors hi Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents'
And IT Deys'reet. New York* oct6
ftEILL & CRAWFORD,
Attorneys at Iiawi
GENEXAL COLLECTING AGENTS
! POR the purchase and sale of Real Estate,
! J? Corporate Stocks, and Renting of Houses, j
i Will attend to the Payment of Taxes on Lands
• throughout the State.
| GALVESTON, TEXAS,
j October 14. l$t>5
One boat will l^ave each way DAILY, and
have splendid passenger accommodations,
making close connections with all the rail-
roads at Houston and Ilarrisburg
This line offers superior inducemen is to
shippers who wish freight forwarded and
shipped without delay.
CAPT. PAT. CHRISTIAN,
JOHN NAGLE, General Agent,
BYRON CRANE, Freight Ag't, Galv'tn.
T. W. HOUSE, Asent, Houston,
October 20th. lS60-tf.
M. F. THOMPSON Proprietor.
This Hotel has been entirely renovated
and newly furnished. The Table will al-
ways be supplied with the best the market
affords served up in superior style.
A Trustworthy Watchman on duty every
night. March 24,1866-tf
UFFORD & JONES
Tremont Street, Galveston.
Auction sale every Saturday.
September 16th, 1865-nlO.
PRICE, PIERCE & CO., Proprietors.
J. '. Picrer,
Dr. Id* A. KloLcod
h b lee
o h wilson
LEE & WILSON,
Wholesale and Retai
General Commission Merchants,
Hutchins' Building, opposite Rusk House,
Nov4. 1865. HOUSTON, Texas.
t. h. m'xaiian. a. lewis, m. v. m'mahan.
T. H. McMAHAN & CO ,
General Commission Merchants,
and dealers in
Domestic & Foreign Exchange
^Special attention given to sale of Cotton,
Wool, &c. July 14, 1866-6m.
and Commission Merchant,
Main Street, Houston, Texas.
Consignments solicited.—Specia atten-
tion eivpn to the sale of Flour, Sn tor, and
General Commission Merchants^
Strand Street, Galveston.
Commerce Street, Hovston.
Special attention given to planter's busi-
ness, in the sale of
COTTON, WOOL AND OTHER
And the purchase of Plantation Supplies.
Advances made on consignments for sale, ot
shipment to other ports. . .
BAGGING and ROPE furnished Custo-
merson Reasonable Terms. Dec. 2, '66.
wholesale dealer in
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Cloths,
Cassimeres, and a general stock of
Nov 4, 1865. HOUSTON, Texas.
e. r. wells. h. e. loebnit7.
E. R, WELLS (& Co.,
General Commission Merelaauts,
For the sale of every description of Mer-
All orders Promptly attended to, Con-
signments Solicited Sales made at Auction
Refer to—C. S- Longcope, Esd,, W.J.
Hutchins, Esd., A. M. Gentry, Esq, E. M-
Taylor, Esq.. Honston, J. Sellers & Co.,
Galvestou, J. M Swenaon, Esq*, Wright,
Allen & Co., Pinckard Steele, T. B Lee.
Esq., New Orleans.
Agents for the State of Texas of the N. O.
True Delta. Oct. 4.'65
w a vincent j w henderson
W. B. VINCENT & CO..
WILL give personal attention to the sale
of COTTON. WOOL and other Coun-
try Produce sent to us for sale.
September 16th, '65-ntO.
j no. ea garev. a* 11. klbiber,
GAREY & KLEIBER,
Grocers and Commissiom Merchants,
DEALERS IN COUNTRY PRODUCE
Hutchins' Building, opposite Commercial
Prompt attention given Cotton and Wool
and other Produce seat to us for sale or ihip-
meut. Will fill all orders with dispa'cb
when accompanied wtth Produce or cash.
Dec. 2. '65.
—Corner of Ma in a nd Congress streets—
T) W. DOWLING, President and Cashier,
fv. and dealer in the following exchange:
BRANDY—Eau de Vie ;
" De Cognac;
RUM—Jamaica and New England;
" Geneva; '
WUIS&EY-j—A la Bourbon;
<< j A la Monongahela ,
" j A la Rye;
CHAMPAGNE—Of all the brands of
1 the Old and New World ;
CLARET & PORT—De vintage of '46;
And a variety of other LIQUORS.
Drafts and Acceptances Cashed at Sight.
%* Liberal discount on deposits.
In reopening the Bank the Prrprietor ten-
ders his congratulations to njs old customers
and fellwe-citizens, and begs them not to
The Bank of Baccfcns.
Sept 16, 1865-6xn.
J- C. WILSON,
—OPPOSITE TUE OLD CAPITOL—
Maui Street HOUSTON.
I SPARE no trouble or expense in get-
ting the Saddle Trees from the best
of all kinds and quality, made and al-
ways on hand. My Harness and Sad-
dle? are manufactured from the best ol
Leather the market affords and is war-
Leather for Sale.
Black Ilarnoss "English,"
Kip Skins and Colored Linings.
FRENCH & AMERICAN
WHIPS, SPURS & BITTS of all kinds
HIDES AND WOOL taken in
exchange for goods.
^3^, Orders promptly attended to.
December 10, 1805.
J. C. CABANESS & CO.,
THE best of beef, mutton and pork, on hand
The citizens of Chappell Hill and vicinity,
by sending up their orders, cac have fresh
meat sent to them every morning by the Wash-
ing ton County train.
The Cns>h will be required for Beef, af-
ter this date, un'ess by special agreemeat to
the contrary. Checks fur sale at the Market
House. August 4, 1866-tf.
Saddle and Harness
South-West corner Public Square,
ESCOVB1GE COMPETENT BOMB
HAS resumed the manufacture of his
world renowned Saddles, which has
been so unsuccessfully attempted to im«
mitate throughout the United States, and
has the pleasure of informing his old pat-
rons and the public generally, that he
can at all times be found ready and will'
ing to furnish them the genuine
o. b. dovulas3. c. ii. leman*.
DOUGLASS & LEMAN,
corner main AND commerce streets,
Refer to-^T. W. House, P. Reynaud, A.
Sessums, E. O. .Lynch, F. Scranton. M. A.
Levy. * Dec. 2. 65.
COTTON FACTOR AUD
Will receive consignments of
Cotton, Wool, and Western Prcluce
Feb. 10, 1866
J. N. DANIEL,
General Commission merchant,
(opposite the Rusk House.)
HOUSTON. TFX 'S.
Solicits consignments of cotton, wool
hides and other < onutry produce.
Having nade arrangements with an ex-
perienced Merchant in Galveston, consignees
prelening that market for the sale of produce,
or for farther shipment, consignments will
meet with prompt attention, and^full satis-
faction guaranteed, without charge for any
requisite attention at Hoiutou when shipped
to my care. September 1st, 1866-tf.
Nov 4th, 1865.
unequaled for tvorkri>nship, either at
WHOLESALE O* RETAIL.
Having a large numbeiof competent
workmen under his cspeciai direction,
and a large stock of material al'QJ's on
hand, enab'es him to offer induccmots
to dealers in the purchase of
SADDLERY 4ND HARNESS
of his own manufacture, that will do
away with the old system of importing
worthless woric from the East, on the
score of econemy.
Saddles an I Karnes in variety on
hand at all times, or made to order as
dcsiied, on short notice.
Brenham, August 11, 18G6-tf.
Improved Steam Mill,
KUNNIKG THREE SAWS,
60 Horse Power.
Everything new and complate; from
one of the be:>t Southern Foundries.
W H- D
M * ciizens of Texas, that they have pur-
chased the latest and most improved machine-
V for the purpose ot establishing a steam
aw mill, which they have just placed in
uccesssul operation. Our engine is sixty
horse power ; runs three saws and will cut
from twelve to fifteen thousand feet per day.
Our mill is sitiirted 22 miles fr«m Nayasota ;
12 from Anderson, and 25 from Slillican, in
the neighborhood of the saw mill formerly
owned by Shannon & Farquhar. Our pinery
is equal to any in the country, and the supe-
riority of our machinery enables us to turn
out lumber of the best quality. All orders
accompanied with the cash or satisfactory
references, promply filled. The patronoge
of the public is respectfully solicited, and
our best endeavors will be used to give satis-
faction- Oct. 27, '66 Utf
C. W. THOMPSON, & CO.,
House Furnishing Goods,
1'iurniture of all kinds, Carpetins, Oil
Cloths, Mats, coffee roasters, clothes
sprinklers, crockery, g.assware, lamps, Pat-
ent sives, (something new.) woodenware,
guns, pistols, &c.
NAVASOTA, TEXAS. 18
MAGISTRATE blanks, citations, bonds.
Marriage License. &c gotten up is
good style and neatly printed, for sale at this
FfiHE dehrsignend is now prepared to exe-
| cuteajg desc riptioa of Carriage work
equal to that executed in any pottion of the
Repairing painting and trimming espe-
cially attended to at short notice, by compe-
Buggy ? • 1 Rcckawavs of my own manu-
facture on nd and u lured at reasonable
Purch3st.rs are invited to inspect my vehi-
cles and prices, faelin g assured that 4hey can
be suited. g. SOUTER.
Brenham, Augnst 11, 1866-v.
LIVERY ^ STABLE.
JOHN LUSK, Proprietor,
Having reopened my Stable at Brenham*
Texss,«nd being well supplied with
exellent TEAMS and HORSES, with care
ful drivers, for transporting passengers to
any pottion of the State, on reasonable terms.
None but experienced Ost'ers employed to
take charge of Horses left at this Stable.
A fail snpply of Forage on band,
OF lESTftViUTY, AT ALL TIMES. Oct, t4,66.
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Rankin, D. H. The Brenham Inquirer. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 25, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 19, 1867, newspaper, January 19, 1867; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth233487/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.