The Daily Brenham Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1877 Page: 3 of 4
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R. E. LUHN.
t ( 1)C> ited tV English department ot
the 1 das Volkshote tor several
ot citr i
Tho Daily Haulier THE NE1V SCHOOL IIOCSE. IxdATiTiJOK.-The local edi-
- _ ' The buildhiTto be erected by tor voluntarily e.1-j
KUSilAM Lodgu K. of P.,
the cilizens ot this city,
X* 10, m-« every Wfcrfvj'*-* thc ' j lnontl, a
■••v'I''-' « Hall at 7:30 ^ «, "«w ""•M?1, ''l Mc,,,,ntLide. ami di
. , . 1 connt-ybride, and did not make,
i as trianv ot the substantial citi-1 •' ' i
, * * , • i ten dofcirs during that time,
z *ns have shown bv thou stih- . ;
hi tli issue ot the payor ye?- ;
terday, the editor publishes a
seriptioa?, that they know its
I importance to the future pros•
p.,r,.,ir n, lli„ , , . . itrarhlecR statement concerning
I. AinviK 1 i.ants lor sale by nentv ot their growing little • I .
p r i. ;l " i thenrrcAot Mr. Logan last week
.ocakthVt Kijwauds. tt icitv. 1 ,1 11 IV ■ 1 1-1 • I
„ . . , . bv the hval editor, and while i
The German citizens knowing; f ,. _ j '. ,
, , , ,. , the uifidiai'iie ot his duty as?
e value of schools to national i
I' rksii imported cigars at^
; progress and prosperity, as
J n k VoII'hIhjU says that the■ shown by the results of the late
meet mix at \\ atronsville the oth- war with France, when her vet-
vr night, nominated C. H. Car-! erstn soldiery who had been
lisle for Assessor and Collector,; trained in the schools which . , ,
i iir *» , . • , , .| in the :ourts
out ilarry llaricoek will win have tor years been the pride ot; ,.
, j • , vestiga:ion.
tha race though. | hmpcror William, marched to
li' we have violated any of
the lavs, why does not Mr. Lo-
gan, Mr. Miller and other ot
i our enmiies bold us responsible j
Musical Instruments, Toilet Sets,
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet
We court an in-.
| I Pi
For only a short time, pic-
tures cheaper than ever: avail
yourself of the chance, at Flood's
M aritiage licenses issued bv
victory on a score ot battle fields,
contesting with the active troops
composed ot men with the blood
of the heroes of Jena and Aus-
terlitz, and the tar tamed Bona-
Lewis, County Clerk, for Partei coum"= 1,1 Umt ve""'
,<wk Midi,,.. Ma,.,l, » '77 tlie9c (ier"IH" cit!i!e,ls sllOW hT
Just received a huge invoice
ot embroderies and rushings at
J. S. Nrwboukr & i>ko.
Large picture and frame, two
dollars at Flood's tent. tw
the week ending March 8, '77.
Jerrv Oafniis'to J. Fel<ler: F. their subscriptions that they ap-
K. Broad,la. to Mtwrgie Jack-!l";ccif .t1,e?' !ree
n ~ ' ,, , . schools in the land ot their
*on | I raxon Owens to Marshal . . mi i i . ,, nuuui'c u, */. cwain <i« <i cituur
p ii ur 1T ... T> adoption. The descendants ot . \.'j . T) .
relder; W. II. lvm«r to M. E. , XT '('ate 'or Mayor ot Brenham.
Rower*; It. l!ra„dt to V.1!''6 People ot tl,e Nortl^wl,0 E|eetion).Apr^Sd 1877.
We are authorized to an-
nounce 11. 0. fcwAiN as a candi
Pictures, Pictnrc Frames,
KorlliPASl. Corner I'nbllr S<|unit.
[>( aler in
Druggist*' Sundries Paints, Oik,
! and Painters, Supplies, Drug-
gists' dlasxware, Sponge*,
Brushes, Patent Medi-
cines cf* P( i.imtry.
STAPLE AM) FANCY STATIOXERV,
Pen*, Inh^nd Pticket Knives,
Toilet, Shaving and JLaun•> ,
jr, i dry Soaps,
MEDICINAL WINES AND SPIRIT*
Every artic'« gold or dispensed xi'd
wariunted to be wlmt it is rcpresen'« «i
in quantity an well an quality.
Prescriptions carefully comp«un<M
at all lio.irn day or nit'lit. an. ID*.
^ ERBER'S SALOOJi,
Vases, t'hlldrens T.ys,l Albums, s(_ 0pHSlteBMMr
&c., &c. &c
B. CEEBER, Proprietor,
Schmidt; Mose Meredcth to II.
have made Brenham and Texas
their homes, also teel a pride in
| establishing free schools, and the
Fisiiki: and Broker have just; bitter memories ot the late civil! that he will be a candidate tor
for assessor and collector.
To the Voters of Breniiam.
The undersigned announce;-
Sciool Bocte a Specialty.
received a fine lot. of stall fed j war are fast tading out, and we| ^ie °ffice ot City Assessor and | Latest Newspapers and 31 "gu-
be-jves, which the.v will sell,are rabidly becoming ^,ood | elelilon,1"' ApriV^r^ST^Tan!' S zincs always on hand.
chepar than any beet^ of the| friends everywhere. Ihe peo- ?)romise8, it clec ed,to discbarur |
fame quality ever offered in | pie everywhere admire free the duties ot the office to the|
this mar'cet for cash. Take n' schols, and the people of Texas, best of bis ability Respectfully,
looV at the splendid beef so! cheered by aid trom thePeabody Harry Hancock.
temptingly exhibited in their fund, are establishing these in-
TUie liorac is well supplied st n'l
limes with llie fii.eet liqnoiv, wires, J1'.
Louis Ale and beer; aho domestic nr>l
imporied cipars. Affeiit at this pin
(or the celebrated StoneM-n'l M'hisker.
a private sitting room, for the on
v(nienc« of customers, is attached to
£3TPaironage so'icited. nov!l()'T>>
We are authorized to an-
i . , ,, a i . . • i • • i nounec c. ii. Carlisle as a can-
8talls- _ _B,#* \ st't",l""s »«^y evcr.V «ljr >n I didute tor re-electhra to the office
AF.urrwort.il knowing, that t,ie State- Tlie" let t,le S,)oJ j ot City Assessor ind Collector,
.r, S. Newdol-eb & Hito. have1 W01"'K go on, let the men of the, Election, April 3d, 1877.
jnst received the latest style ol! North and South clasp hands j for makshal.
hustles and all shades of color- and lot progressive men ticmj Tub nndersigned announces
. , L.. , tl.o Nnetb ! himself a candidate for the ot-
«'(l silkni, and everything else tnenonn, i. rUv Tu0_ai1Qi Qf tiia on
plant common schools, j lice ot City Manual at the en-
prairiw swells, j suing city election to be held on
And (jive the Sabbath of the wilds, ! Tuesday, April 3,1877.
» | The music of tli ir bells." | " T L SwilV
A Candidate,—Mr. T. L.j The following additional sub
Murder Will Out.
A few years ag« "August Flower,
! was discovered to be a certain cure for
Dyspepsia and Liver complaint, a few
kept, in a first class dry goods. "';X T™>l>,,"t
SpGCial Inducement. I J would respectfully annoum-f
j to my friends and patrons that.
Offered to Country Merchants. j [ have jlltit received a full su)>
! ply of the very latest styles <>i
Prices to suit the Times.
„ a . NI Pattern Hats aii Bonnets,
J3gT(Jall and examine our stock. I*o |
trouble to show goods. jan4dly j w||l seH at the very
| lowest possible prices at
Swain announces himself this j scriptions have been taken since
moruinp as a candidate for the 1 our ]ast report. The total at
office of City Marshal. Mr.! that time was $4,800. Messrs.
MY OLD STAND.
Call and examine before pur-
A superb outfit of Surveyor's impti-; . • elsevVliero
menta, incl'idinfj Transit Conipa^s and ic l1'1, in^ e c •
Tripod. All cheap for cush. Inquire
at this office. Feb 6 tt
S>wain has been a member ot the yhepard & Garrett should have J tliin Dyspeptics made kliown to their
police force ot this city for three been credited with $150 instead 1 friends how easily and quickly they
or four ve«is past, and is person- „f $50 as the types mado it. j l>«<i l>«™ «™1 br «• The grew r„urmn„ odb „eortwobottl(.,
ally known to every citizen in! The educational committee otinient" 01,,rIeel18 a,gu.8 ower " j of Dr. J. Newton Smith's Hair Res-
. \ . n . J . j.iue euw'rtuuum » » | came heralded through the country by torpr Itwmcrmo anew growth of
the town, lieing yoilllj?, active, the City Council are Still at". , one aviflerer to another, until, without j li«.ir upon bald heads, (we have un-
learles* Alid brave, he will en-; and every eitizei who ; advertising, its eale has become im-1 mistakable proof and mail it free,) it
doavor to fill the office with | fee]ri a pride in the city and j Druppistain Bvery Town in the wl 8 °P ■~~r E
credit to liiuueli and his follow w|l0 |„lVe oliildron sl.onid res-1 «»'"■<' 8!"«» TT OUR
<-iti/(»nq 1 im 11 *ii i son suffering with Sour Momat.li, ^ jja-r ^rom faninjir out at once; will j Bren
: pond as liberally as possible. ( Headache, Costiveness, Palpitation of; ciBanBe the scalp from all dandruff,; —
■ ■* *• I 1' ' 1> Ehlridire & Co $ 50 ! the Heart, Indigestion, low spirits, etc., will uiake the lntir prow thick, lonpi
A lme of 30 o„ | r.pidij i, a blgbiy i.»ir
Tm^ snifl Kiel *■ .. , , ^.v _ . 1*1^11 « ^ docs n^t contdin 8U^ftrott
110.., m. and l Ollar., JV jj_ ^XoUhinlumer 50 to your Drupsnat. U. h. l,nhn & ; lwmi, sulphur, orother poison. If you
(tloves, Rushing, handkerchiefs, j \ Lindeman ' "* '
corsets, Embr tideries, You will F. l'resiin
find at Men/mir Co
tf II. Bloombaboh. IJ. c. Harris
Mrs Dr. J A. Holland, having leant
the new bnildinp of Rev. II. L Grave
on Main street, below the old Crnmph
House, will open a first class pravsr
boardinsr house on Monday, Jan. 1?
1877. Can a commodate one famil
Day boarders taken at $15.00 p<"
Brenham December 30th. dim
fkitz fis1iku. k. w. bkckkk
FISHER & BECXEr
50 | of this city, and gut a bottle lor 7') - i!
t... cents and try it. Sample bottles ten ;wlB" -
JMmiut?•:!>, Thnrsday morninjj,: H. l'ranke
at the residence of Mr. A. M. ^ ovir^'ul
If . . ., , , ;\Vood&Low 100 superior virtue as hosnikks okhman
ilu)*!ies, the bnde fan" l b\ ^ jfennan 25 , svm;r for severe coughs, wilds settled1 ir
Rev. Mr. Keiinon, Miftlnt Wakh; r/ p n.u'u loo nil t.lie hi'HMSt,. conianiimtion. or rtiv dis 'J •
„. „ . "... » ! To prow lonir and look beautiful, ust-
The 1 eople Wftllt I root , jt no onB WJ|| i,e disappointed. Price,
There is no medicine prescribed bv ^ 1 00, or 15 bottles for $3.50. Address
physicians, or sold by Drug^ta, that ; l>r }' Oromgoole. Louisville. Ky., always be found at their stall
— AND —
DEALER IN STOCK.
City Market, Bhenhav
The fattest, meat, in the marke
Roy.wil and Miss
1 Iran lis, all of
100 j on the breast, consumption, or any dis
50 ! ease of th« throat aud lungs. a prool
|0 of that fact is that any person atllicted,
ni E. P. Davis
a 11. | W. Sch ueren burg
\\ asllill^toil . jean get a sample bottle for 10 cet ts
•'as. L. Moore -<>, Hodtry its superior effWstbeloro buyiiitf i
T> , , . (). ( .'rosier 10] the regular sine »t. 75 cents. It has '
lhe JjANN'KB acknowledges n \y j> iIsoiI 25 ] l'lt^ly been introduced ill this country1
."•el 161'OIIS supply of cake, an.l, " ' ^ " j from Germany, and i»s wonderful cures :
1 •; , . ... itreastonislung everyone that use it.]
extends its felicitations to the j A rKAUD.—Our citizens will | Three doses will relieve any cast. Try
nA , . j and recieve ab'»ok tilled with unmis j inducements to fanners who buy
20 : carries such evidence of its success ami. tak!ll)lw rvWence 0f all we say. j large quantities. au;2fi.d8i
Fits or Epilepsy.
M. S1NOKLTARY ft CO.,
House and Sign Painters,
Several ot , A1! I1l™s WJm ,lr" Sti,! indel)t!,(110 [Hnteed Sho,runder the Uouksiore.
the city ot Brenham tor taxes are here-, A Mt lHtlli i87«-d«rwtf.
Any person afflicted with the al>
disease is requested to send their
i dress to Ash A Bobbins, and a trial
i of Dr. Goulard's infallible Fit Pew
will be scut to thein,bv mail, post i
free. Tlmse powders have been It
by hundreds of cases in the Old w
and a permanent . ure has beeu ih
suit in enry instance. Sutlerer>
; thi* disease should jrive tl»>e pov
j an early trial, as its curative po
] are wonderful, many persons Im'
; been cured by a ti iitl bo\.
P.ice for large IvtK. bv mail,post '<
ASH k HOBBINS,
Painting, Graining, Gilding
ami Marbling, Plain and
Decorated Paper Hanging,
Kahom ing, Glazing,
JV., it'C., c('f'.
happy couple, wish ins? tlieni a j remember a Prof. Petty, who R< lv Lul,u tbe'riwi'y'1
prosperous and happy lite. 1 made such a noise om the streets i •-a-L > i" —
7 * y,"'i p t j| khvpimI week's nrro with his so-1 Xoticf to 1JIX PayCfSt
Latest styles, Prints, full
line Domestics, Boots and Shoes, . , .
11 <if! fr,. vn., will the northern Texas pa pars warn ! hy notified that they must call and set- _ * ' - — ] dwi |. nitou htn
< lothing, ILlts u-(., )Oll N\i1I ... . I tie the same St my ortice, at McFarland . I __ « oct^wlv Brooklyn, <
tind at priiM to suit times at tl:opoo.ili: a^uist linn, is <1®-1* .W. whu. m*,«-1 VlOH. ® *»»,!,.. w~.i'
„ Bhk,mbabo1, :trauilingtlionieti;. Ho^.iwa,: /V-W Cat^. Vici s Floral Gu de
with over *100 here, owing llis ; law. yi Fiftv pn-es-800 illustrations, with bt-aunful Quarterly .lournal tli
SprrrvM -tlld Simmer (liods i I i Ml I I fl 1 lteal estate, hs Well as personal piop- I Descriptions rf thousands of ihe best illustrated aim contuininc an eK.
SPIUNO f board bill and several parties u>rty 1|my h.Jeviedonand soM foriaxeslftoweri and vegetables in the world, colons 1< lower Plst« w.th the
just received and to arrive. La- w!|0 1()alUHj him money etc. i »'»»«>• P'TJl1 (iTuiTin"tllirly innd tho way,to^TnnrVmied'inI Jear.'^TheNo.'Vr' jl
test Novelties at, • Sherilt Hutchinson was be~; Vv,% (A'' l* i«u-d ind-rmnnand Kn«lblr.
if 11. BfiOOMHAUGU. giotred yesterday by several of
under the present law, within thirty and the way to grow them
'days, C. II. CAlthlSLE, j two cent postage stamp. I
H1 to Assessor and Collector. ] German nnd Emjlinh. ...; V1..... m„ti, „ . v ,
Floral Uuide, Quarterly,25 Vicks Slower and \e..retable<
. . . . . , I T"OB WORK DONE NEATLY ANI)' cents a year.
•ouk splendid pictures 0f! these parties but ttia fuinU ob-ieJ P„,inptly atthis ortire.
I len, in paimr 50 cents; with ele^
vouwolt Im oiic.'tlo'!iir, at W« taincil twin the dm/I (!) sent did j „ W0HK
I oat. Iw ' n >t hold out tO-IJO around. fj with dispatch at this ellice. j ' j.,
I 'vick's Flt'.wrr and Vegetable Harden j cloth covers *1.00,
I * ! X*
Ja.MKS V* K, Iv
ioclf^ter, N. V
i 11 ust rntic
Jam ts VtCK, Rochester, N. V
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Rankin, John G. & McCrimmon. The Daily Brenham Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1877, newspaper, March 9, 1877; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth478721/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.