The Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 62, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 14, 1878 Page: 4 of 4
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Oak Hill Nurseries,
luxated within corporate limits of the
city of Brenham, Washington countv
Teaaa,is te be found the moat extensive,
compiate and reliable assortment of
home grown Fruit Trees ia tils State,
Peaches, fears, Apples, Plus,
GRAPES, <tC.f i&G,
Also a choice assortment »f Roses
and Evergreens, Flowering Shrubs, I dinaoce, the same he and ar» hereby
Hulba and Tuber*; House sad ti " "n*n-F™™
House Plants. - * , >
Eitra* iudrfeettif-nti offered to local I Approved August 20th, 1877.
castom. Ca'l and examfrie stock grow- J". T. J. O-Riordan, Mayor,
h\g on our groands. Mead for descnp- Atten-
tive catalogues and price list#, a | C. H. Carlisle. Secretary.
Letters of Inquiry cheerihily answer
upon all p
writ 111 it ilia MwnAMi. S
wiiuiu me corporate limit*i»l
upon which a tax la levied by tine
State, aa annual direct aad ad valorem
tax of ana fight of una per cent.
8kc. 2. The Assessor, aad Collector
will proceed to assess and collect said
tax in accontance with the ordinances
of this city and the general lawa uf the
Sec. S. That all ordinances ami
parts of ordinances in conflict with this
ordinance, the aaiue be aid are hereby
repealed; and that this ordinance go
into eflkct from and after its passage
Approved August 5«Hh. 1877.
J. T.. O'Riohimn, Mayor.
C. H. Carlisle, Secretary.
Be it ordained by the City Council ot
the city of Brenharti,
Sec. 1. Thai there be aad is hereby
levied lor the use of the city, for *eaer-
al expenditures, for the year 1877, up-
on ail property, real end personal,
within the corporate limits of the same
upon which n tax is levied by the State,
an annual direct and ad valorem tax of
one fourth of one per cent.
Sue. 2. The Assessor and Collector
will proceed ta assess and collect said
tax in accordance with the ordinances
of the city and the general laws ai th«
Sue. 9. That all ordinancesand parts
of ordinances in conflict with this or-
LOCKETT A EDWARDS,
Proprietors of Oak Hill Nurseries,
Kosedale N u rse ries
(Located 14 mile# Bast of Brenham, on
titeif aahingtouCounty Railroad.
fruit Treat, Grape Vines,
Ornamental Shrubbery, Eto.
as can be found anywhere.
Fall descriptive Catalogues sent to
Jtftj' fcw BfV)A ipplicition*
Tlr. Gardens, Mruuoda and wKele
Nursery Stock, are free far inspection
at ail times to th* public, without their
Mag exited to purchase anything U
they de uot wish to.
I will kavamauy new frultnead or-
namental treaa for sate next fajU, and
will he pleaaud to show them, to viakers
while tbev are growing. ■ .
WM. WATSON, Ptn^ieVw.
areaham. May 88.dv. -18711 1
Barter »N Ifelr-ftrcsser,
Ant street, under the Cent aal House,
Sli stingy shampoenlng, dying and
Levying a Tax for Public Free School
Be it ordained by the City Counci
[ of the city af Brenham,
Sue. 1. That, whereas on the 4lli
I day of August, 1877, thatax pnyers vn
' ted the levy ol, a tax of \ fourth of one
per cent, lor the purpose of maintain
iug the Publio Free 8cbools of the citv
of Brenham, there be and is hereby
levied for the use of tjbe city, in th*
! support and maintalnance of the Pub-
j lie Free Schools, for thescholastic yeai
j commencing Sept. 1st, 1877, and end
ing June 80th. 1878, upon ail property,
real and personal, within the corporair
limits of the said city, upon which a
tax is levied by the State, an annual
I diren and ad valorem tax ofone fourth
| of one per cent.
Sec 2. The Assessor and Collector
[shall proceed to assess and collect said
[tax in accordance with the ordinances
of this city, and the geatnl laws'of th<
Sac. 8. TM all ordinances and parts j
| of oidinances in conflict with this or
'ff«Hk«sit ('erticr Public Mqware.
>' Sundries' Paint*, Oils
Painters. Supplies, Drug
gists' Glassware, Sponges,
Brushes, Paie4 Medi-
■ ane* £ Pftmrry.
STAPLE AND FARCT 8TAT10NERT,
Pens, Inkt „nd Socket Kmves.
Tbilet, Shaving and Laun-
MEDICINAL WINES AND SPIRI'i>
Every artie'e sold or dispensed ant
warranted to be what it is Mpreseate*
in qaantity as weJJ-as quality.
Prescriptions carefully cumponnde-
at all konre dav or night. an. 19
JOIIS SUMMERS, Prep.,
Cor.Trrmont & Mechanic Sts.Ualvesten
This House ia centrally located, con
venient to business, and but two
squares from Morgan's Line of
Steamers, and one block from
Union Depot. «,
Tabic unsurpassed by any Hons* in
It* Citf. sep!4dAwtt
diaanee, the fame hf is hereby repealed
nod tha- this ordinance go into effect
ic. 8. TM all ordinances aad pa
idinances in conflict with t3i ii (
I from and after its pcsakgeT
Approved Aug. 20th, 1S77.
J. T.J. O'Kiordak,
H. Carlisle. Secretary.
WHY NOT TRY A
Washing ton Paper P
;if'? %t.' lUti-ih ■ '■■■ u»• / t
Tk Veeilj Mniti Star,
E»taUbhed Twwiyflre Inn,
h«ir cutting don* ta ordu.
Is one of the best and cheapest paper
n the United States, especlilly adap
ted for the Farmer, the Meehani«f <»nd
the Family Circle. It is a large eig^t
T. B. OGLE SBY,
CJIN . DBESSEB.
Be it ordained by the City CouucHl ot
the city ot Brenham,
Sec 1. That it shall be the duty ol
the Maislialand police t en to arrest all
violators of the public peace, and ot
the ordinances of the city, upon proper
warrants issued by the Mayor upon
complaint made before htm.
Sec. 2. It shall also be the duty ol
the. Marshal and policepien of tiie city
to arrest .without warrant all persons
found in suspicious places, under cir-
cumstances which reasonably show
ihatsuch. persons havp been guilty ot
some telony or breach of tha peace; or
threaten to commit or are about to
commit some offence against theordi
nances ol the city, or . the laws of the
ALL THE LOCAL SEWS
urM DjrH. R.
Stevens. Boston, Mass.. for Rheumatism
sttd Uf-Ufral Prostration ot the Nervous
System, With g.wd suceuss. I re n
mend Vcgvtine as an exc«'"'*nt t edl-
eino tor uueh o»m«.pJaints. Yoar , very
truly, C. w. V ANDEli«I FT.
Mr VsndegTilt.o the firm ot Vando-
grift St Hnffhrnn, Is a well km.wn busl-
ness man in flif* plsee. having one of
the largest stores ia Springfleld. 0.
Our IliteterN Wife.
LouisTtrxB. Kx„ Feb. 16,1877.
MR. R. H. STKVKMS:
. Dear SIe—Three years ago I was
suflVrlntf terribly with Inflammatory
Rheumatism. Our minister's wife ad-
vised me to tske VegtHine. After tak-
ing one bottle, 1 waa entirely relieved.
This year, feeling a return of the dis-
ease. 1 again commenced takihf it, snd
am being b«tt» fitted greatly. It nlso
greatly improves my 4'tf«*tlon. R*'
spectfuly, MRS. A. BALL AH D.
1011 W<-st Jefferaon Street.
'Safe iM Sire.
ED 110RIALS ON VARI-
OUS PUBLIC TOPICS.
DEMOCIATW AT ALL TIMES,
AND UNDSK ALL «!R-
ec 8. Whereas the Marshal or any
policeman shall make an arrest, the
4>ersonar rented pltall be cotifined in the
city prison, unless lie shall give bai
for .his appearance before the Mayor a)
a time stated, to answer such charge
as Is, or may be preferred) against him
for the offence for which he was arrett-
ed. naming it whioh said bail shall be
count, such person shall be turned
ov.rtothe Sheriff, or auy Co&atable ol
Sice. 4. It shall be the duty of tV
oflll*er when about to make an arrest,
to make the same without using unnec
esuary violence towards, or unnecessa-
rily striking or assahhing the person
auout to be arreeled? anil audi officer
may cull te his aanistaace a sufficient
number of fiti/.ens to efiVct said ar
rest. . . ' 1
Sac. 5. Any dtlaen who ahsli be
called l>y any efflcer of the city au-
thorised to make arrests, to assist hitn
in making an arrest, and shall rtfluM to
render sach assistance, shall
ishfd by a fine ot aot lesetlian ten uer
more thau one hundred di))Ws>n
conviction thereof belore the Mayor.
Sec. 6. If any persoa shall wilfcfly
oppeae eareekt th* Marshal or any an
tlior.aed officer of the citv, whea mak
| of original and well selefct&l News, ■ *
Literary and MJscellanooua rending
matter, and reports in a freshet aud
better form that) 6aA otherwise he eb^
taioed. all tk# News and gossip of the
National Capital, and the doings, of
: Cengrasa,. the Exeedttve Departments,
tt)4 tha-Aawy yd Navy
'^kea pleasure in announcing that he
H> now prepared te apply to gina his
new Patent UioJi^resa at reasonable
iwtes. My ttkode of dress ia superior te
the briar-point, or a#»y other in use; in-
asmuch aa it dees not nap, cleans, the
■seeds, makeaa bettev, sain pla and gib*
I have alsQprocured, at a heavy ax,
pense. a new patent "gnmmiug ma-
chine," with which 1 am enabled to
repair, worn otfP.0ilr76AW«, providing
new teeth and rosAing.tUem do ai good
work as a new gin,, Itatisfaction^uar,
jytteed in evwy instance. 1; ant now
':y%f<*3Mi«#'j oici' -.
All orders sent to n» at- Heupttead
w lelti at the Krenhan> Ba»NEE*»«c.
TI8MS.-8in«le subscriptions, |2
Fiva (O^0H $9. 00 and one extra cop; to
tha get.tsK up of the olub; Ten copiee,
|15.00 and one o^tra copy to the geltot
up of the cluhft Twenty aopiea, $30.00!
0T Subscriptians in eaoh club must
begin at the same, tfra aud go to the
one hundred dollars on conviction
thereof before the Mayor.
SBC. 7. If arty person against whom
afrgal **r«Bt *4 arrest is dhreotad,
or whala jabout to bearwatyd witW
waiiant ks provided In Sec. 2 ot tki,
or^aanea. resist the eiecutlon of said
warrant,or said arrest without Warrant,
•hen attempted by a twrson ItfgaLy au
thorned to make tela arrest„lie stall
be punished by fine oa eowriction
thereof before the Mayor, aot axcead
ing one hundred dollar*. *s v
SHf: 8. All ordinanoea and part^of
ordinsnees in conflict witk tWaosdi-
nance be and'the same are hew»b* ie
peiled," and that thia ordlnatce have
force and effect from and after ltapi
'Stage. fVi;; , t
Approved October Int. lST". j
J. T. J. O'RiwiDAh.Mayaa.
0 Hj, Carlisle. Secretarv.
' ' ■ a •'
la eompleta lawwy reapeet, embracing
all tha fKflitlee necessary to
do first class wort.
ALL KTND0 0*
M (JNT Y AND JUSTICM
Kept oa hand ami for sale at thie offea,
mm FOR SAMty* G0Pi«8^
AddressMrt all caaea,,
Tit. *r«l»««ir C«.^
4eo28d&Ra Wa^in^ten.D. 0.
LL peasons are notified not to pur-
ehaseapnimissory m.te signed hy
A. Wilkins, payablo oae day after
date to the order of J«f»h.Hall- Davie,
dwed Jaauary 2d, 1878, and given as
puruhastf money for land, wbi«b note
ia,lpat and f>aa been paid off in fulf—
.Aipeunt. ot said uote was fifteen hwv
Jtxecutxcms^ ■ Citations,
R H. Stevens: ,
IhiSTi yoar Yegetiae was recom-
mended to me; and,yielding to t^ie per-
suasions of a friend, I eons^ated to try
it. At the time, I was sufRnring from
general debility and nervoss pro tra-
tl«m,supirtnduwlhv overwork and ir-
regular habiu. Its wonderful atrength-
enini? and curative properiies seemed
to ailect my debilitated system from the
Irst dose; and nnder Its persistent us»
1 ra|»idly recovered; gaining more tliare
asaal jfood health and good feeling.
Since then I h«Ve not hesitated to irivw
Vegetiue my most unqualified indorse-
ment ss being a safe.aure, >.;id powerful
ayent in promoting health and rester-
in^ the watted sysiem to n> w life snd
onergy. Yegeiioeis the only medicine
I use,aad as long as I live 1 never ex-
pect to ind a better. Yours, trulv,
W. H. < LARK,
120 Monterey St., Allegheny, Penn.
» . i a , * f *
The following letter from Rev. (?.
W. Mansfield, tormerlv fas tor of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, Ilyde
Park, aad at pr ssat settled in Lowell,
must convince every oue whe r»<ads liis
letter of the wonderful curative quali-
ties of Yegetine as a thorough cleanser
and purifier of tk« bloed.
Htdk Par»,Ma«».. Rk. 18; 1878,
Mr. R.H Stkvkns.
Dear Snt—About ten years ago my
health failed tkmigb the depleting et-
lecta of dyspepsia; nesrly s year later
I was attacked by typhoid»fev«r hi it.t
worst f»rm. It settled In ray back, and
took the fo^m ot a large deep-seated
abscess, which fifteen months ia gathr
ering. 1 had two surgical operational
by the lx*t skill la the State, but re.
ceived ho permanent care. 1 suffered;
great paia attintes, and was constantly
weakened ky a profuse discharge I;
also lost small pUcea of bone at differ-
Mattera ran on thus about seven,
years, till Nay; 1874, when a friend rec-
ommended ma to goto yoar office, and,
talk w)th you of tbetirtae of Yegetlne.
I did so, and by year kindness jmssed
through your maaataetory. noting the
ingredients,.4*, ky whiek your reme-
dy is produced,
By what I saw aid heard 1 gained
some confidence In Yegetiae.
I commenced taking it aooa after,,
"t fait worae fwm its effects^ still I
tresotved, "aid soon felt It was bene-
fiting me in other respects. ITet I did
not see the results 1 desired till 1 had
taken It faithfully fork little more thau
n year, »ben the difficulty in the back
was cured; and for nine montha 1 have
ehjoveji the beat of hellth.
■ I bavaiu that time gain* d twenty-
fire pen lids of flesh, beiug heavier than
ever befoie in my life, and I waa never
a»ore able- to patform labor than now.
DuHng the past few weitks I had a
scrofulous ewMJJng aa large aa my
fist gather on another t>art ef my body.
I took Vegatine faitkfttHy, ami It re-
^moved-it level with the surface in a
month. I think I shonld have been
cured of my main tieuble sooner if I
had taken larger doses, alter baring be,,
come accustomed to its effh ta.
it lakea time to aire ckiwnip diseases?
and, if thev will patient)* take Vege-
titoe, it. will, i# my Mgmeat, cure
tkerfl. Vifch great obligation a, I am,
your», very truly,
#. W. MANSFIELD,
Paator q| the M. E. Chur*k,.
Veuetine Sold fry all firvggittik.
sTEtim, Bttioi., m«sv
Warrants, Subpoenas WtrU]
• ilk, \i,
SstiafacHan guaranteed m regards
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