The Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 62, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1878 Page: 2 of 4
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Bt HATfltts ft tams.
•ally—-p*r anna »i.> >,-..w. $9.0"
- month..-, ?t
WoAlf.cnsh in advance*........ 2.0<
S k m mtlK in adTaitse, 12'
" tlrtve month* " V
iDuily—One imSi, first insertion. $1,0
R »ch !-nb^uHnt ititwrtvm, 5
lie-eighth column, one month,.. 5 0
"Oae-foa*tlt ro)uTh», one month, 100*
Three months,..., .„ 25 0
Husiaess cards, 1 h«h, per month 8 0
Ijrtf-nl polices, 10 cents a line esc
DouMe column advertisements, on«
Trnnmnnt advisers Kill he expec
•ed to par la advance.
— Nrtvasota has a gran
Purina rnasqacra^e ball on t!
— The Columbus (lithe
notes larger quantities ot loti
W going west via tlio Suns-
-— Corn is aj> in many farr
in Co'orado coanty. Cotton li
been planted by niii»y> thou:
' •• ./ilfllilftif" aSw>. 4 'W'tifijlt « AlfiE , ....
*+> Pigeonnkoppare are pi;
inn; there tcoation in Dh11;i
A coTintryman was plucked t
the tone ot f2^>.
— TlieColttuibns Citizen sa^
^fthe present grand jury is need-
ed o^being the worst looking so
of men which could be collectc
together in the county.
— The Giddings Zone Sta
aays crops reports are ver
favorable from all parts of tli.
connty. There will be a con
rderabie diversity of crops.
— The Cktef wants to knov
if there is man in the Unite
States who has five oi six thous-
and dollars to invest in buil
ding a hotel iu Comanche.
t ... ,,
— The Hchnlenburg Argv:
Will this week be removed t<
Flatonia, 13 miles vest oi it*
present location the name wiV
b i changed to the Flatonia Argue
We make the following mm-
mary from tke Austin Slates
Oonirilntion iiiet in !fepre*enta-
tive Hall at 1 o'clock on Tues-
lay. About 40 delegate* wore
preset, some eight or ten being
•olored. Twenty ot the delegates
ire rm»de>iUot Travw county.
vV. H. Billingslca, ot Washings
on cpunty, was elected perina-
A letter from Brick Pomeroy
vas read. It get forth that the
nembcrs ot the Greenback pnr-
j had generally severed their
•onnection with 1k>iTi political
•arties, and he urged the party
» Texas,to pres* forward until
came into control of the
A number of speeches were
mde. In the evening a pl»t-
•rm arid a cart load of resolu-
ons were adopted. The con-
ation adjourned sine die about
— Georgetown Sun: Vacoi
"tion is how in style ..Fisli-
'l htc'vle and "wurrnras" arc
i demand....Garden plants|
•e coming up and •chickcns are
tting them down .. Four or
ve new families have located
are during th«past two months
...The lieel flies .are after the
ittle,.... Some misereant enter-
.1 the Kasley school and tore
p the estament and other books
i ^ m —
Tint Bazoi Pilot (Bryan)
ndorses the suggestion of the
rand iury of 'that connty favor*
ig the whipping-post. Th«
r*ito& aays: Anything would be
»referal)fe to the present un< r-
ain, dilatory and dinastously ex-
pensive mode ot punishing small
JJonday, March the 18th.
I tviali to call tlie attention of my patrons to my choice
stock of MILLINERY GOODS for the spring season.
Many years experience in this line, combined with in-
creased facilities, enables me to exhibit this season oven
a liner line of goods than ever before.
Pattern Hats and Bonnets a specialty.
Sly patrons will find a fall line of the prettiest and
most stylish designs in these goods; neither pains nor
expense being spared to secure the latest novelties. A
large stock of French aud American Flowers on hand.
Soliciting a continuance of patronage, I remain,
Very respectfully yours,
March 12-lr. JEAtfETTE SCHWA UZ.
WM. D. CLEVELAND,
AND OOTTOJT FACTOR,
37 Maim Stkebt.
f, 11, 13 and 15 fiunkmn st.,
HOUSTON, - TEXAS.
Liberal advances uiade on Ootton, Wool, and Hides. Consign-
AOENT FOH—Proctor * (lamhlw's Candles, Soap, and Lard. Al», several
the Largest Sugar Plantations in Louisiana and Texas. sejil4<i&wtf
Tmxas has sent 613 convicts
to the penitentiary during the
last ten months, and thfy are
yet going every day. The
penal code needs amendment
... m- h
, ——i , i>H .hi.
A lady in Colorado coun-
ty succeeded in capturing
large chicken hawk as it was in
the net of catching a young
chicken in her yard. She wrong
his hawk*liips rtecfe.
i * —» ;
— A petition is in circulation
in Giddinjri asking the Boart
of Alderman to abolish theo&ce
of mayor and marshal and us
ing the salaries paid them in
building 4ire cisterns.
—A correspondent ot the Gal
vston New from Liberty says
the Walker and' Black case was
called at Walluville and con
ti ined by the State. Applica-
tion was made for bail, but re
no longer correct
n the flourshing city of Deni-
ton^ A rai<3( was made by the
•ounty authorities on the bank;
"he hanker and his assistants
is well as a number of kenoists
were captured. Keno ie a very
!fae game—especially tor the
— Mr. Helms of Gomanche
county draws hia pension regn
larlv aa a soldier ot the war ot
1811 He was in the battle of
New Orleans* Mr Helms is
hale and hearty and can do a
days Work yet,
TnK Sehiiletibnrg Atyta say#
detertnlned to torce
on to iie a candidate
or at all haaardn. Mr
ha* signified his
"Wk call the attention of oqr
readers to the advertisement ot
Simmons' Liver Regulate*,
which appears in to day5* paper.
This standard remedy does not
deserve to be classed with the
many patent nostrums So liber-
ally advertised throughout the
(country. It is one of the very
best preparations ot its kind in
me; and-is recommended by the
regular practitioners of medi-
cine. ft has a large sale in this
city, and Can be found in al
our drug store)*, a bottle or
package should be found in ev-
ery family, as its judicious use
is almost certain to prevent a
a bilious attack, if taken when
he symptons first show them-
selves." Purchasers should lie
careful to see that they get the
genuine, manufactured only by
J. H. Zeilin &Co.,Philadelphia.
* """"""—■ * >
Mo Doubt or rr.~Portwits of
friends and relatives in all ages
were and are desirable, hut lie-
tore the days ot Daugareotype,
and kubsequently of Photo-
ipliy, the prices ot pictures
were too higu fof any but the
rich to indulge in—that ha$ all
been changed by the develop-
ment of photographv to its
present state of excellence and
the cheapness of its products,
thus placing the much desired
likenesses or our parents, sister*,
brothers, children and friends
within tho reach of every one.
We all recognize the fact that
when we want pictures taken,
we want tub bk8t, tney can
only be obtained in Brenham
at Robertson & Co; gallery,
>osite Mrs. Schwarfc's miilinttfy
w2ar. § v
Fa KB HiLtiAiiris a Hii'.ch-
Kwuly opposite the Mclntjra House, Main street,
One and two horse Buggies, Hacks, Carriages and
Saddle Horses for Jiire—all first class. Transporta-
tion furnished to any part of the State. Horses bought
and sold. Horses boarded by the day week or month.
Patronage solicted and satisfaction guaranteed.
Ask tlie reoort-rwJ <fysp#jwic«, B How#
sufieres, victims of FwVt r and A true,
the mercurial dfcfaM M*»l hf>w
recovered hwilth, chesHu) spirits and
food appetite, tbe will teil yon by
tailing Simmon*' Liver Knjrniator.
Th* ch«*!H*t., p«iTet*t snd b»*st tamily
medicine in the world I For I)ys|>f|>fi*.
Constipation. Janmlice, Bliiouc atta#k«,
SicV Heartache, Cettt, l)«presHion »f
Spirits, Smtr Stonisch, Heart Burn. *t.
This usriralled Southern Beuu-dy Is
warranted not to contain a single parti-
cle of Mere up, or any injurious miner
PUBEYL VEGKTABI E,
containing those Soutaira Koots nnd
Rerba, which an allwise Pnrvidenco
has placrtd in conutri«s where' Liv»>r
Piwases meat prevail. It will ore nil
diseases caused by derangement of the
Liver and bowels.
The symptons of Liror Complaint
are a hitter or bad taste in ;lio month;
itain in the back, aide-or )i»*. o|>eu
mistaken for Rheumatism; Sour Stom-
ach; Lossof Apatite, IwweiH alterna-
tely costive and lax; Headache, L<*»
of meiiorr, wltha painful *en*atl*n n(
liavijjg failed to do something wh'» h.
oujrht to have been dohe; Debility, !• w
spirits, a thick yellow appearance of ;lN»
►kin and eye*, a dry ceugh often mis-
taken for cmenntpt isn.
Sometimes man* of these aympNtns
Htlvnd the disease, at others very lew;
but the Liver, the largest organ in the
body, i* generally the seat of tlieriis-
eas*, and if not tegulated in time,g^eat
Miffrrinjjl, wretchedness and death will
] can recommend as nu ♦•ffiracioas
remedy for disease of the Liver. Heart-
burn "and Dl*pepeiar Simmons' Liver
Regnlaior.—liewis G. Wuwh'r, 16&?
Master Street; Afflistaat Post Master,
"We have tested it# vlrtw, person-
ally. and know that f»>r Dvs|xpsiar
Biliousness, and Throbbing Headache,
it is the best medicine the world ever
•aw. We have tried forty other rem#
•♦J## before Simmons' Liver Regular,
ht»t none of them gave u* mor*- than
temjwrary relief; but the Bepnlator not
only relieved, bitt cured wi."--Bd. Tel-
egram and Messenger, Macon, Ga.
Manufactured onlv by
J. I! Zeitift It Co.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
It contains four medical elen enta,
never united in the same happy propor-
tion in any other preparation, vi*; a
aentlo Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, an
unexceptionable Altera-1 ve and certain
Corrective of all imparities of the bo-
dy. S»cb ►fonal success has attended
its use, that it Is now regarded as tha
EFFECTIVE SPECIFIC for ^diseas-
es of the Uver, stomach and apfeen.
Ana remedy in malsrioua fWveta, bow-
el complaints, dyspepsia, mental de-
pression, restlessness, jsundice, nau»cad
sick headache, colic, constipation aa
biliousneeait has noeqwal.
As there area number »f imitattena
flVred to the pnWic, we would csntien
the community to buy no Powders •?
prepared Simmons' Liver Begnlatar,
unless in our engraved wrapper, with
tbe trade mark, stamp and aignatvr*
unbroken. None nthtr is genuine.
; H. ZML1N i CO ,
Maeun, Oa., and Pbilade'nhia.
Tour valuable medicine, Shnmwna'
Liver Regular, has saved me many
Doctors' bills, I use it for everything!
I* recommended, and never kWw it t«
falljhave used it in colic and gubbx*
with »y males and horses, giving
| hem about half a bottle at a 'time. 1
have not lost ens that I gave it to, yea
csn recommend it to every one that hat
stock as being \he b*t medicine known
or all complaints that hors« flank,is
beir to.—E. T, TAYLOR. Agent for
Omngers of Georgia. novMwlv
-DKALBRB IN- .
Lumber, Shinies, U, Doors,
AND FARM MACHINERY,
Including Stalk Cnttcrg, Corn and Cob Milk and Horse Fowtii,
- AGENTS FOR-
John Deere's Plows and Cultivators.
SthdiMker'a Eaim and Spritig Wagons,
easiiar/i®, liiTBiin lirenliam Texas
A N ORDINANCE—Making and a*
A tnblishing W ilk Ins' Addition to
the City of Brenhata.
Be It ordained by the Gjty Council oi *
the city of Breahsm—
Section 1. That the plot1 at lots and
street* as made by agreement between'
W. 0, WilklrW snd others in tliri suit of
C. U Noel rs; W. G. Wilki^ and otK-
ers in cans^ No. 540^, la the Dt*t*i«fc,
T«". "f. «8,434, wis'.;
names of the str##t«
mhortol tho blocksattflldS:
effect and go Into #o»ee
Attest C. M. Carlisle, Secretary.
bqw trt' men Is tor 25 cen(k at
th« I'henfk Ftstiarant
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Rankin, John G. & Levin. The Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 62, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1878, newspaper, March 14, 1878; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth478312/m1/2/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.