The Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 111, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 8, 1880 Page: 4 of 4

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INFOR?
Washington
J»® north, »i
lira/, i- river ft
creek its north*]
tains au an'a "
well timbered an
cellent quality,
of .cotton, corn
auul Irish potato®
All kinds of flrgf
There
NursCTTes.crf estab]
in*»m ■*
plum. f>f»
rieti«s. "
cattle are
durini; the
raisAl.
The
hea
cult
bet
latitude
l eama
lanu.
iltiv ari
rown —
\e eotiflitl
n
sheep an
vtena
»>r wint
'UUfat
ehnul
ifure; tarn i- l'jaulf
niaTyjo
«S
Iften
reomme
AftfOist ami
■XgCSXttSt
muiie<
liateiy
lie m
lowwifl
SMU3U6
J u fifty ce#rffi*>PWt lati'l
*5R f* .1
chaail *m«* two to'®*>' •trtHar^j-eride-'
the atiee being.dep»H'l«iiti upon
1 mi>5vement♦—•nil c*» b# rented a* mm
tw^u.u-i»^^}® aoito
tme-lbitnh of Jh£
other prydotfjl, '
tenants with Tanu, ww«n,
utensil*, l'eeil for team few} sled ftifiJantiiix
for one-half oft If mp, fMUjpvauct
nKni.iv —
Is a hinder four mile- west from Ilrenham,
taring the convenience of churches in it- vi-
ciuity.
' IHAPWii-t, lltl.L
I - an Imoorralit town on the If. & T. ( . 'Hall- <
way, ten mile.* east from JJrenham. At tin-,
place are located Soule l'uivei>it\ ajnl ihap-
j»el! I Jill Female i 'ollejte. with able flictolfios
anil a large niinibet of rtndents in regular at- \
tendance. Thi}>opulafioitof the town about;
sut and itslnisiue-s i-transacted by three law - ,
vers. three ortVur physician-. and a number .
I«f mere..ail's Up.wilar service- are held in
the ItnntlstatlilMethodist ehurehe.*. and a Ma-
aon.k t' Ige ineets monthly. ' i
V. ASHIN GTON COt'NTV
"ten:*!** i prominent place in the ttiston of
ISxjis. The first settlement in Austin'* cojo-
uj vi ;i- made near Independence in l.<i>. The
<"®:iTenti"n which declared the Independence
,|rev. met at the t<n\ n ot"Wa.-Hington in Kfi
■fte mw a of Washington was the Capital of
the ljebit'iheol l'e\a- from November itciiitin-
tti im;>.
wfie fertilitv of it- soil andsnri>a.-.-in{t beatt-
t$.>f it-s'enen , attracted tn this county im-
Ihleh SifjP.f i ii»s--rarion froiii the tlrst settlement of the pro-
hice ot Texas, and the character of its point-
ion in intelligence and moral worth, lias
r been excelled by that of any part of the [
ife. A in its# l'odvVifGermansseftied in thi-'
,ntv ar aa early day , and by their itvltism- I
-thrift aided in the rapid de\elopment of its
li agiiailturai resources, and the various
bl;i- i' ad.-, emerging at the county seat,
bordered With tlelds in thf highest stat
nlfivation. The rapid growth of its cap-
■ town and munerou- villages have kept
te tlr-t Ae w ifh tlie development of the couttty, ami
hrist- lll.nt a tairih'licjttlonof the entile cotiiitv.
j'afion is, jphep'opclatlon of the county ttaviria'b^'etf
wn fronialmost even stote in tbe i'nion,
I every count) in Kumpe the imnujrrnht
Hi' tiiiu'tiiends at»d a hearty welcome in e\-
■ueiiihbortioo'1.
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0. W. BLOOM6ARGH & CO..
DEALERS IN
CURES
Indigestion,
Biliousness,
j 8iCK HEADACHE
OOSTIVENCSS.
Dyspepsia,
Oouio,
—>A UVE-
1TE,
80UR Stomach,
foul Bbsath,
low api«Tj,
1 6NLAR0W T oi'
8?LEg*,&0-^
KOXHIN0 PAPBB.
Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Notions.
i n u Thirty Year* the Oldeit, and only jtennlno
Siminoni'Medicine now In market. Prepwed only
by SiMitoNg & Havd*n. 2810-12 Clark Ar. ,3t.Lou.s
cceawri toM-A- 8imraon»,M.D. PutnptnjHir.
id $1. bottlcJ and p»ck*#ei. Sold by all Druggie.
(11 CI
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<'aNiAlNf.V®-
ti Mar<4i, am!
ALL THE LOCAL NEWS,
B2519KS
The attention of Country buyers is invited to our JOBBING
DEPARTMENT, where they will find a full line of Goods.
^3^, We will buy cotton, or nia,ke advances on it for shipment
to our correspondents. - v
Nfew York office, 54 Worth street. May 7t 1880.
-JllUJ. 'J! 1 •
THE BEST PAPERS TRY IT !
[EAUTIFl'LLV ILLUSTRATED
DITORIALb U I C N / I L
j.T.J
:j5,fe Y.EAR :
'he Scientific American
f TOPICS AND LEADING POLITICAL j
REPRESENTING THE
bion- b» I
counr
! firi- sicklier
the most
the <»reAei
Mitre;
Maiwa
dor in'?*
lUh
abundant by the llfleeilth ol May;
ear- sw> et potatoes w atermeloni, pi uc ie:
etc., are in market by the of June; ilew-
beri'ieji, blackberries and straw b<*iTje» ar
abundant la April and May. An indnstrion
iarnier can live liixnrwiyrty oivtliM.qjduct.^ oi
the orchanl and ^antPn, with no expense oth-
er than the labor expended in the cultivation
of the soli. The use of manure in deld culture
in nil know 11 and seldom required tor the gar-
den .
nnv.NiiAM.
The citinfv >eat, «itii a populatiun of ."<000 in*
hablMnt, is sitwutedupon the Western liranch
of the Houston and Texas Central llailroad,
!W miles east of Austin, the capital of tlie state,
TO miles north-west from Houston, Inutile#
from Galveston, the principal sea-port of the
State, and *k) miles South from st Louis,
havinff coiumiaiication by rail with eaoii pi
the piacea nuneil by two daily trains. The
railroad tlcllitles will soon be increiisetl by
the oompletion to this place of the Unit, ( olo-
mdo and Santa Ke Haiiroad, .which wiU ^)(i-
j L<t.
;\f
, licit
l'acitlc. Itailroad with Usilve»f*ri
The Methgilist, llaptist, Kpisco|ialian, 1'res-
bvterian, Christian, Catholic and Uermaft
Mtehodist, have places of wowliip. A l'ublic
Free School, with graded cla^-es, a corps <>i
ancivs in tiie arts and sciences; iucludiiifc i
valid intere> ting tacts in agriculture, hor- !
lulture, the home, health, liiMical projfiess!
lal -etctice. iiitfti»*al lHst<jf'y>», geology, tn-1
•oiumn . The most valtftible jtracflcill pa-!
rs, by cmiuent writer*' in all depaitnierts j
sciem e. wiU he fonpd in the Scientitlc i
merit-ail' -
Terms. kl.-SO per year. $l.ijo half vear.
licli ii)cliidiM{Mftitfti{«,;'vUiseoum to a£nt». J
llgle i',opics, teiKcouts. Sold by all new#- j
f,j,; inif [dealers. Ueniit by postal order to Ml'NN ,S: i
CO., Publisher.-. :»7 Park Row, New York. 1
I'ATKNTS.—In connection with the Sfini- !
lie American, Messrs. Miuin Co. are Ho-;
citors of Ameriuan and Foreign Patents. |
have had ii." years experience, and now have I
| the largest e<tnbll#liment in the wo»ld. Pat- !
ents art obtained on the best jerms. A spe-
I rial notioe is made in the Scientific American
of all invention# patened through this agency
! w ith the name ami residence ot'the patentee.
Ity the immense eircuJation thus given, pub-
j lie atteuiion i#directed to the merit# of the
],new natent, and sales or introduction easily
elli'Cted.
Any person w ho lias made a new discovery
i or invention, can ascertain. tree of charge,
: whether a patent can probublv 1* obtained,
by w riting to Munii & ( o. We also send free
our hand book about the patent laws, patents,
caicats, trade-marks, their costs, and how
j procured, with hints for procuring advances i
on inventions. Address for the paper, or!
! concerning patents i j
Ml NN &ci». .57 Park How. New York. !
* |
ISSUEs OF THE DAY.
An.3 a carefully collated epitome
STATE A.ND GENERAL NEWS.
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Hambiug^Bremen, of Hamburg.
GEBMANV.
And other first-class companies. |gr Office over Roos' store.
VEUT EASILY
' E00H0MICAL W TJEIi,
AND (.rARANTEED'TO
) I
DEALER
BUY
AGMTEROAK
MADE ONLY BY
ST. LOUIS, MO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
TIN-PLATE, WIRt,
The Daily Banner
Shipman Building, East side of Public Square,
BRENHAM, TEXAS.
I
JOB PRIITTHTG
' No-350.
AN ORDINANCE,
granting 0. C. & S. F It. It.<Co. the right to
teachers ami an average daily attendance ol j locate their rtepotr w.
310 scholars, is iu successful operation. A I 1U it ordained by the city council the city of
comnioilioiiYschool build^g,j»UJi »U% l%t- jJireiiham, that th<: Gulf Coloradj & Santa Fe
est educational improvements', is noon trt'.he prflili-oail oompauy are hereby authorized to
erecteil. several ticcomiillshediiuvsiciaiis in-1 locate their freight' and pitmeiwr itWwts, at
«tnict classes at private rooms." A literary any place that they may eel cot, and that this
ilk for reading, music anil | ordinance take effect from and after its pas-
aoeiety meets weelL. .
conversation, and extends a cordial lnvita-; sage
Has received a splendid stock of new styles in 1
Spring and Summer Goods,
Ladies' Dress Goods, Trimmings. Ties,
—A.N"p—
EVERY CLASS OF G009S USED OH SOLD Bt
TIN ANB STOVE DEALERS.
SEXD FOB PRICE LISTS.
Departi^ent
LADIES' AND GEN,tS' HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
I have also in store a full and complete stock qf
lion to visitors. The Masons, Odd Fellows,
Kniithtsofl'ythia.s, AkibaK|tars am! Kuijriitg j
of Honor hold regular meeting-. .Sunday
srhools and bible classes, ujioii which there i-
a larse attemiaufe, are attached to cach of the
churches. There are resident in the city 20 i
.awyers and S physicians, many of whom are
>« tl.niH Itnail'iuc!
Approved Apiil :J0th Ksso.
M. IV K Kit It Mayor.
Attest C. it. Carlisle seerefary
»lVe Willi lu^ Am' mruiraa ui
provision stores doing a wholesale anil job-
binj< business,and alioitt twenty«i\ dry w
lid provisions stores doing a retail bus in
.tinM in »»•••» v- |"v ' T. ■
eminent in their professions, with reputation
co-extensive frith the State The business ot
'he city* »
.lisurauce
provision . .
Ifooils
*mf provisions stores doing a retail business.
There arc iu addition one crockery store,
four hardware stores, three furniture stores,
three drug stores, two jewelry stores, one
book store, two establishments dealing ex-
tensively in wagons and machinery? one
planing'mill, one iron and brass foundry,
four blacksmith shops, four wagon shops,
two carriage factories, two lumber \ aids, one
marble yard, four painters, foftr railor -hop-,
live shoemakers, three or four -addle and
harness makers, about»ixa»ilIWers and drew
makers. Two large hotels furnish accommo-
dation to travelers, and a large number of
boardicg hotuss enteitain numerous perma-
aent guests. .1 well coitlnctejA-ctty market
with eight stall*', "irpplies beef af 5 cent#per
pyund, iwrk ami mutton 14 i-i, fish 10, and
vegetables of every variety at reasonable rates.
There is one daily and three weekly newspa-
pers publMud hevu. „ An O'.fm lloiuse, built
at a cost nrsw,w*i and "tltie<l up witirall the
modern stage appliances and abundant scene
ery, furnishes a popular place of amusement,
and a large and nnndsomely tlfteil up lectur
room supplies the public want in that respect,
WAsniNGfON *
Is situated upon the llnuos river, twenty
miles east of Urenham anil six miles from
Xava-ota, on the lineof the Houston and Tex-
as Central Railroad. The impulation of this
place is aliout 300, and its bnsincss is done bv
ncveral lawyers, physicians and merchants;
the 1 la;it 1st, Methodist and Presbvterian
churches hold regular services) a Masonic
Lodge is esttihlMied heret the various trades
KEsnrUTION, '
He if I'Oifiilved by the city council of the
c.t' of Ureutium.
that the street between^the uroperty of
ttBOi'ge Hirschberar and 11. C. Mclniyre, .sr.,
0U,tlie West, and Thomas Dwyer on the Ktvst
ami through the property of the said Thomas
! Dwyer, ami connecting Main and Church
i streets, shall hereafter lie known as Fenel
I street, and that this resolution take effect
! jvom and i.ller its passive,
Apr.roved April SOth 1SN#
M l*. KKUli Mayor.
Atfe.-I ('. A. ( .Ult.1*1.1: secretary.
Is complete in every respect-
New Type, new Presses,
and new material,
All I ask is a trial, as can and will sell Goods cheaper tlian any other merchant
in Urenham. I mean BUSINESS, Call ami be convinced. Mch'9, iS8oitf.
DEALER IN
No. 351
AN ORDINANCE,
to amend ordinance Xoi'li, revised ordinan-
eesjof tlvt1 city of Urenham
lie it ordained by the city council of the
city of Urenham, that ordinance No. 25Bof
i therevisgitt onlinaiicosnf the city of,llrenham,
i be and the same is hereby amended bo as to
read as follows, to uit; It shall be unlaw-
ful to permit any car or engine to stand on
any street crossing for a longer dime than
thirty minutes, provitleii that not more than
on%streef is hlockadedlnt the same time by the
sanile railroad company,•end any conducter,
engineer, yarilmaster or any other person,
having immediate control of such car or en-
gine, violating the provisions of this ordi-
nance, shall be fined not less than ten dollars
and not more than one hundred dollars, anil
that this ordinance have force ami effect from
ami after its passage.
Approved April 30th 18H0,
M. 1'. KKlttt Mayor.
Attest C. If. Carlisle secretary.
AN ORDINANCE,
Adopting and declaring the revised digest o
ordinances as the general ordinances of the
and"handicrafts are adequate to the vi ants of j (''t- :
the town and surrounding countrj. j See. 1 That the foregoing ordinances nunt-
ivui'D.vnvv- „ berecl from ordinance I to ordinance Ms In-
i\j»r.iKaDhNCR ' cjusive, reviseil, digested, and nrranged by
Is eight mill* •(Ki-$est 1Voiu \Va«bjmrton 1 authoeitv of the city council, be and the same
and twelve miles north-east from Hrenhain. | are hereby declared to be the general ordi
This ' * " "
foam r .. . .. .
with al>k)fae«lthsiniilargi» numberrffjlna.! diniinces in conflict widi the above named
dents in regular attendance Religious ser-! ordinances the same be and are herein re
▼Ices are held regularly by the Baptists, Meth- Sealed.
odlsts and Episcopalians, and a Masonic lodge !*ee. 3. This ontin me# shall haveforee and
meets monthly. j be in etVeet from and alter its passage^
Which enables us do first class I
work cheaper than any other
Printing House in the
City of Prenham]
s place Is thf Baylor Vnlverstry' (nancas of the city of Urenham:
ndeil iirlHtt, awl Bailor Female Co(We, 's<*. 2. Tl»t afl ordinance* and imrts of«*-
h able llwidtfas ln< a large number rtf Ju*>! diniinces in ci "
OAT BtU.
Is a densely
populated, ne'ighlsirlwhl. viith
* Presbyterian and Baptist bhureh and M.i-
w)nie. liodge, alnrnteix miles we>tof Indeiien-
iknve ami nine mllesTiortti of Urenham Two
Approved April i 1 ;isM0,
M.y. KKItU, Mayor.
Attest < If. C.vuLisMilsecretarv.
apr24:ti)(i. >
We keep constantly on hand
for sale all kinds of
COUNTY AND JUSTICES
mil nunb
Noith-wqst ^prner of, the Public Square,
BRENHAM, TE^AH.
♦ * ; f , * i;
— Has just receivtsl a full ana complete stock of — '
Spring and Summer Goods,
Ladies' Dress Goods, Trimmings, Ties,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
QUEENSWARE, GROCERIES.
Also, a large and varied assortment of ,
Parlor find Becl-room Furniture
CARPETS, MATS AND HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. •
Ift. Call and examine our Goods and jirices before purchasing elsew here. We
guarantee satisfaction in all departments. Give us a trial. March 7, 1880.
UWDEBTAKIWG.
demands for
male seminary
•Oak Ke-
No. 352
AX OBDIXAM. [■.
W„ ifliffiXwi t ..,:o i.t,rl5'nwl h" tlu> ('if.v c.'mneil ol tiie
iifh ,nvatMiiece« for over twe^ I'»• that otdinnuce No. its of the
WAtihc^ twenty the jmis, | revised <>nlin»tics of thecityof Rrentaim be
«ln yoi «U »ti»r«s #upi>U the wants of the neijfh-
iMrboOil; two physicians are able to meet the
' medical serviitt, Lire
irV, which lias r
so amended as to hei eafter read as follows, to
VU '' ;vu territory frortt the crossing
of the ll & t (j. railroad with Clinton
street and l»etv»en Clinton street awl an air
line twn the north termination of Clinton
•weet 'hrough the alley between N. Kavan-
au^h and.I. K. In I, and between fittinnis
estate and J/K. shropshiie, to Main street
thence cros« >Fain street t» Ken*! street tirnl
Is another hamlet, tfcree miles west from s^v
Hilt and lrfue miles north-west ih>m Krentmm
H was once tbeeentre of a Mure trade, whidi
Has been trsnWatmlto . * *
»iirr<>\.
A town ^th*t>opnftitloii of alnjit SopinhaJd-
taiits. »iti»ted iwon toe Western Branch 1
the II. A'f-C. if.;, II tiilje^ sotith—west from [!A\>'1 -—
I^Mi«r I'irtirt ami 14 mile* north-west fr«» l vwner 011 line uHn Virtcan
Brenban# •There are resident here several JTTIlVL »■ * .^,0!,cp eor to
lawyers, jAvelelam and i«iwhants;)l»ell»p- T wL I'Jl''/ * ^"n *tMet;at j«DW<,n
»lKts and Metlw»<ii«ts have churches in which ; " \ *£,mi ",leM""
aerrlces are (exukrlv held, ami the Mawns h « street 011 the .lVe«t, and ilk-
.„i OMX-HO'- If'" W"1-' m?K!i St
.»! —
is the centre of a ieiisjely jpoimlated district,
abo.it simm «oJrt*Wh-w^' from Krerlmm
j ton 1 treet on (Iu* 800th and rhit
, nance take effect, from and alter Jt
i Approved April 3Hthl*ai.
1 Attest C. I£. Carltslk secietan" ''
tlii
1 ptissajfs.
la a thrifty MMIe village, lm;ated twelve miles
west of lirtuham, i* a fertile and
aelfChlwrh'sjd; thereai* (W»phy
•tore, blacksmith .'md wood soofi
for auuiseiuentst there are alsoafveral w hool
houses ami fliurpljen in th" flel^WionHKsl
ml prosjierous
lysldans, one
a line hall
COWS,
and calves for sale. Can be seen at the
Lewis homestead, one mile from Uren-
ham. Apply to H. M. Lewis, at court-
house.
liep» on baud and tar sale at tins office
—aocli aa—
Attentions, Citations»
Cor.rpimnis, A ttaehmer'tt
Attachment Bonds,
Warrants, tivbjwenas, Writs
1 tec., fcc.. ifcc
Jills?
1
3:
fl!
it
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!!
'A
ii
pi
tn;
Im-n( phjairlnnN. , ^ . »
tfas c*mHected witli liis Livorv Btt«inoss an Uo
dertakerV Ketablishineiit. and keqx* for s^Ie a full
(stock of
Wood and Metalic Burial Cases and Coffins j
and
Carriages furnished for funeral* >vbei
« Hearse
desjired.
Kew and Second Hand Bneries always on hand
for sale.
Pnr tale
H ami
ATH
, r_
; Highest chsh price paid for HIDES al
the City Restaurant.' Apply to
W. S McDONAUJ,
Urenham, Match 2^ddwtf,
Agent,

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