The Daily Brenham Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 58, Ed. 1 Friday, March 9, 1877 Page: 4 of 4

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•m
Is widely known
as one oi the most
effectual reruc-
i' die* ever discov-
ered for cleans-
ing the system
and purifying the
blood. It has
stood the test of
years, with a con-
stantly growing
reputation, based on Us intrinsic virtues,
and sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to be safe and beneficial to
children, and yet so searching as to
effectually purge out the great corrup-
tions of the blood, such as the sorol-
;ton County.
This County is situated on the west
si.le <>f tli« Hr«zuu liiver, in latitude j
3«* North auti Longitude 1MT West.
BMCNIIAM,
the countv feat, with h population of i
4:.0tftMaU&l>ikauttt, irt up m the western!
branch ol the Houston. unHTexas Con-•
trai Railway, ninety-six mites east ot
J ustili, the Mate capirol, and seventy
in le> nortbweM. from Houston, and oiie
iiuiuhed.aodtw«?iiiy.Hve miles from Hal-'
\fStoti, the principal seaport* ofthe State.
The county embrace# about o(H)
>'jiinre miles, with tfOAIOt) inhabitants,
and i* well siui'died with churches,;
and schools, and w.ithiu convenient dis-1
tone's; ox eu:li neighborhood. Two
male and three female sc1um»1s of liijjL
^iiule and repuiatiou, are located in
tins county.
The countv i<* well timbered and was
ti".-cd. Ti' i '»il is excepiionably good.
;'.uton and oini arc about the principle mious and syphilitic contamination,
products ; about 40,000 bales of cotton Impurities or diseases that have lurked
iu'inif shipped annually. heat, outs, jn tjie gy8jem for years soon vield to
l,»rl«y, potatoes, (sweet and Irish) us ^ #nd (ii'sap|)ear<
Hence its wonderful cures, many of
which are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous diseases. Ulcers,
Eruptions, and eruptive disorders of
the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Antliouy's Fire, Hose or Ery-
sipelas, Tetter, Salt Rliouin,
Scald Head, Ringworm, and in-
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it wauld not
seem especially adapted, such as Drop-
sy, Dyspepsia, Fits, Neuralgia,
Heart Disease, Female Weak-
ness, Debility, and Leucorrhoia,
when they are manifestations of the
scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spring. Ryrenww-
in« the apatite and vi^or of the diges-
tive onrnns, it dissipates the depression
and listless languor of the season.
Even where no disorder appears, people
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. AYEft &. CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical ChemittB.
SOLD nv ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
■SIKH
mn~
Ayer's jThcre is Mono in it!!
Sarsaparilla
Exempt from Execution, Jd not Per
tehable.
Tl'TT'S
TUTT'S
Tl TT'S
Trrrs
Tt'TT'S
TUTT'S
Special Inducements titlie TraiSe
AOEXTS
8'vie ■'
tj'tr cane, sorghum, etc.. are large v
produced. All kind# of Iruils are> suc-
0.).-.j£ully grown. There tire now in the
equity three large nurseries of estab-
lished" reputation, supplying a large
portion of the State with Otchard
hto -ks.
The native grasses are excellent.ren-
doriug the western portion of the coun
ty Dspe.cially adapted tor dairying. Cat-
t o are kept in a fine condition upon
tue pastures durin;; the winter months,
without other loud or shelter. Sheep
.ire extensively raised aud requii* but
little caro
faum1xo lands
of good qu.tlivy can be boupnt at
frrtiu $1, to $">0 per acre, the price
"being dependent upon locality arid
improvements, and can be rented
at from fiO to $,*>. 00 per acre, «>r one-
furtrth of the cotton and one-third of all
<».! Imr products.
A railto.ul is now running through
the county «••• sr. and we>t* for a distance
uf tony mil 3. Alio lier passing uorth
and .s nub through tlie. county is al-
r*M'td\r conimeyci'd and will soon be
complnted. g.ving rail communication
with the seaboard by two routes. The
nulr >ad communications offer the chan-
ces of two rout 's to the North and
Kast.
The population of this county is
1'iuva Irom evm-ys State of the Uuion,
and every country in Europe. The
1.nmigraur wii-l find friends in every
iinigub irnood and We most heartily
welcomed
Vicls-'s
/' lower and Vegetable' Sec J 8
am planted by a million people in
Aueri'ia. See
Vtoll's Catalogue—300 illustrations
an ly '1 cents.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly^25
c nts a year.
Vick'a Flower a'id Vegetable Garden
5i; ciRts; with eleganb cloth covers
Si .00.
All tnv f nblicHtious are printed in
English aivd tierinan. Address
JaMks Vh'K, Roclw-ter, X. Y,
Ayer's Ague Cure,
ITor I'ever and A#ue .Intermittent Fa-
vor, Qbill i^ver, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilioua Fe-
ver. &o., and indeed all the affections
which ariao from ioalarioui, marsh, or
miasmatio poison*.
■■ Xo one remedy is loader
B called for by tlie ueressities
of the American peopls tkan
H gjf . a mire *nd safe cure for
P T^/ I'cvor ifitf. Sach
we are now enabled to otter,
^ with a perfect certainty that
it will eranx ate the disease, and with aBsnr-
iimw, founded ou jiraef, that no harui can
««i>« trow its u»e in any quantity.
mat whieh protects from or prerente this
Center must be of immente serrice in tlie
c#inniunitle* where it prcrails. PrtntnUon
i* better than euro; for the patient escape*.the
whiwii he uiunt ran in violent attacks of
iM> bidchil ditteinpor. Thii" Ctma" expels
tbo uiia^niatic poixon of F«v«r aid Irmo
t uw the »y»tem,snd prevents die develop*
Ki#ut uf the diK«a.i(i, if takta on the first
*{>pr«iu<.h of it* ptenionitovv symptoms. A
a i«iil mipoiiority of tliis remedy over any
»tlier ever dlscorersd for the speedy and cer-
tain mne of Interniittents is, that it contains
iw< (juiuine or mineral; couteqneutly it pro-
(JitCes no (|Tihiifm or other injurious eflKIs
wHaiuvcr apon the constitution. Those cured
it are left as healthy as if they had never
bad the dtse.-ue.
frr«r ami tfie is ant alone the eon-
rrifuuncc of tlie ini.'umattc poison. A great
vmloty of disorders arise fiom its Irritation,
among which are Kearal^la, Rh«a«s<
thai, Ooat, HeadaclM, BlladafM,
Teethache, Barache, Catarrh, A at It-
MM*. Pmlpttattoii. Palafel Affecllna
of tbf Rpleea, II y*«r rice. Paia la the
liewrlii. Vnriilyele, and deraiige>
>u(Bt of the Stomach, all of which, when
pnjrhkitiujr iu tliiH caiiiiO, put ou the iater-
iiifttoat iv|io, or heroine periodical. This
OHB" ux)«<»k« (be poison from the blood,
nuil eom-pqwcuih cures them all aliko. It is
»»•. invahtahta jimiw lion to immigrants an^
)ivrsonn IrsvuiJlitig or temporarily residing iu
ihe walai'iou* districts. If tike* occasion-
hw.v or dailj while exposed to tlie fafcction,
tli.-it will be excreted from the system, and
rn»H»Ot acciimuhite in •r.flicient quantity uv
r»ren i'Ho diseane. Hence it is even more
t,tlnnhle for protection thnu cure; and few
n il! ever mtfVer from Intermittent! if they
avail theWelve* ef the protection thii reuv
e>':v affoids.
►'or l,tv«r l/oniphiinte, srisinir ft-oro torpiJ
waited
Kvervvt«V're for the |
w e e i);
ramily aud ;
liuiulccruritif:
SKW1NO
i a (1 u i
littuil Price, !^?.j.00. I'liey are tho
Simplest, Liy litest Runtlip.Best niadc
and most reliable SewiifgHaclvined in
tlie world. (Cut this out mid remeui
ber it.) Address
Weed Sewing Machhe Co %
00!i»t205 VVaoa»ii AtK,Chicago,111
For Sale by jnl26i)i
FOU SALE FY
H. 33. IiOCKETT.
Insurance
And
EEAL ESTATI
Agtsev
5
THE HOME R > Si All
A Monthly Publieatien,
Presoriptiou Free
'lie speedy cure of f»n>.in
• weakness, lost ma .b'od.and n :
disorders brought on by indiscretion:-
or excess. A ay druggist has the ii
gredients. Address
W. DAVIOSOX k CO..
80 Nassau St., New York
atu4eow ly.
1 B. OWLKhBI.
T.
Glu-Drcsscr and Repairer,
Hempstead, Texas.
Takes pleasure in announcing that h«
is now prepared to apply to gins hi:
new Patent Gin-Dress at reasonabl
rates. My mode of dress is superior t
the briar-point, or any other iu use; iu
asmucb as it does not nap, cleans tin
needs, makes a better sample and gim
faster.
All order# »ent to me at Hempstead
sr lelt at the Brenham Bank Ell office
will receive prompt attention.
septKly T ft OGLESBY.
TlieMiB
hirws, bowk,
I ISD
I JOB PRINTING
ISHMKNT
roprtetor
TKXAS
"" I
id. I
To the Epblic.
I have taken cha'ge of Singers Sew- (
iog Machine Co.'* business in |
Washington, Austin, Fayette, and Bur i
leson count ies. All parties owning the ]
Singer can find machine supplies nt
my office, under tiie Mclntyre house. ]
Ail partiee wis' ing to ptirehnse will
please call and examine the Siuger'
mucliine at my office.
The Singer Sewing Machine Compa-
ny sell more machines in a y*nr than
all the other first-class machine compa-
nies combined, which proves beyond a j
doubt that the Singer is the bestiu th»
market.
Machines sold on monthly payments.
I will alm» rejwir all kinds ol ma-
chines, and warrant all w.>rk done to
give Satisfaction or no pay.
1 want canvassers in all the cowjties i
under my control, 1 wiii sive good in-'
ducettu'tus. Address ail cmmuuica-!
lions to S. G, \V It If MIT,
Agent 'or the Sii g«r Machine,
Brenhaiii, Washington t'o.,
jan'JTdi w8m Texas.
STALL FED BEEF.
BKTOTED TO
Agriculture, Literature and,
General New.
Eight Pages—4) Columns Quarto
One copy one yea) §1 Oh
Address,
GEORGE W. HINKLE,
Editor and Pro|>rietor,
n,.,vaiwtf Atlsn'w f'ln.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief
and cure of all
derangements in
tlie sioiuach, liv-
er, aad bowels.
They are a mild
ai>erieiit, and aa
excellent purga-
tive. lieing pure-
ly vegetable, they
contain no mer-
cury or mineral
whatever. Much
aerious sickness and intTering is prevented l>y
their timely u»e; and every family should
li»vc them on hand for their protection anit
relief, when required. Long experience ha*
proved them to be the safest, surest, and
best of all the Pills with which the market
abounds. By their occasional use, the blood
It purified, the corruptions of the system ex-
pelled, obstructions removed, and the whole
machinery of lite restored to its healthy activ-
ity. Internal orpins which become clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Ai/er's Pills,
and stimulated into action. Tims incipient
disease is changed iuto health, tlie value of
which ehanfte, when reckoned on the vast
Multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be com-
puted. Their sugar-coating mutes them
pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues
unimpaired for any length of time, so that
lliev are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searchiug, they are mild, and oper- '
ate without disturbance h> tlie constitution or ;
diet or occupation.
Full directions aro given on the wrapper to
each box, how to use tnem as a Family Physic, j
and for the following complaints, which these
Pillt rapidly cure: —
For l>,npe|Hla or ladlfeitlon, Hat*
leuaeat, JLtinfiior, and Loaa of A lM'*""
lite, they should be taken moderately to
stimulate the stomach, and restore its healthy
tone an<l action.
For Urer Complaint and iti various
symptoms. Bilious Headaclie, Kick
Headsche, Jaiariite or trees Ni« k>
B«s, Bilious Colic and Billon* Fe«
v«r», tliey should be Judiciously taken for
each case, to correct the diseased action, or
remove the obstructions which cause it.
For I»ys«Mter.T or I»ia»rhwa, but eat-
I mild dose is generally required.
! For RhenMatlsn, ttout, Qrafsl,
; P«l|illstlflN mi the Heart. Pastis In
the Aide, Back, aud Loins, they should
be continuously taken, as required, to change
tlie diseased action of the system. With such
change those complaints disappear.
For Dr«|M<r and Orspaksl Kwt>11«
lafi, they should be taken in large and fre-
quent doses to produce the effect of adrastie
»urge.,
Fer »ui»|treeei»n, a large dose should h5
taken, as it produces the desired efTect by
sympathy.
As a liinntr Pill, take one or two Pill* to
promote digestion, and relieve the stomach.
An occasional nose stimulates the stomach
and bowels, restore* the appetite, and invigor-
ates the system. Hence ii is often advanta-
geous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often find* that
a dose of these Pillt 'makes him feel decid-
edly better, from their cleansing and reno-
vating effect on the digestive apparatus.
tokparki) nr
Br. ). C. AYEB & CO., Practical Chemiitt,
LOWRLL, MASS., V. 8. A.
*OK SALB nr ALL Dat'CAHTS EV.SUYWHKUk
Established, 1869.
j60 P.' BDBKE, Manapr.
InsurancesTapital Represented,
$20,000,000.1
BRENIiAM£-5- TEXAS.
&
DH. SNALLENBERCEP'S
Fever and Ague
A X T M) O T E
Always Stop* the CIiKlst.
This Medicine htwbeeu before hbe Pul»
He fifteen years, and is still alicu' of all
From hiui after tHIn date I will W known remedies. It^canol pur^
Uy of U;e Liver, it is un excellent remedy, L.nu8tHnt |v o.i bund at my stall iu the j "oes not si':^ou ^l0 *tomncL, ^ pocfoctly
#i»m«latlng the Ij.ci mio healthy activity, Mrirk«*t ' i H:^° oay do^e aud under i ll ircum-
*inl pr^tVneinjr maav traly reraarkBble cures, 3 L.,nVrT WW lli;Vi; stances, and is the <k ily Medicii will
CURE IMMEDIATELY
and permanently every fona oi. vever
and Ague, boonuse it i* u perfscf1 L
to '""'aTl*.
,7 ail Dra«ftisL7k
nheiu other raedio<Hfs fail.,
t ui'AIieu ht
Dr. >1. f- AYE It & CO., Lowell, Jfnss-
Pintitlc.nl ami Jnifytyeni Chimin!*,
A*b 8U««> ALL EJUKD Tiui vVOUI-D
If
STALL FIfil) I5KKI\
!~of the b'*^t (j 11 iiliiy—(at iitid juicy—
1 which « ill l|rt dispostni of nt rianonu
! bin Ikurt'K. <"ivl 1 »vc 11"'.
ir.niTdiiwiw f rr.i-rz nsiiKK.
fi
AM)
HEED THE
OF
ra*%
l'll.U
1*11.141
Ml.U
l'll.U
P1I-U*
iuttm W.HTI'tt, m.d.,toriiiaiiy,,ail#
" Il.Sveirs l)i'Uieiistr»tor of Anut. pit rji
^ lh" UeJic!kl CoI,f*c 0 piM,^
TL TT S(jf<>rjfijt. pi r ija
Tl'TT'8 Thfrty yesr*' InrJJ'UJ
Tl'TT'Btb* prsctloe of medletue, to-1 ILLS
TiTiT'flgitli«r with fifteen tt-JtPII>LA
irTT'Sof Tutfn nils, and the thons:piLU
ef testimonials given ot jmlum
thci'.* efttcacT. warraiii liiprt ru
Ttm;£JU\hat they will posllSv.lv
TUTT'H"re all dli<es«es that resuft^JL *
Tl'TT'8 from adl*ea#ed 11ver. 1 hey are -»
TUTT'Snotroeomreeinlf'ritoralltlte(Msl ills
TfJTT'Stlmt afflict humanity, but toil ILL#
vm'T'S Dyspeivsla, Jaundice, ConstIpa- pI i, i'.<(
TBTT'atlon, l'ltes, Skin Diseases. tH-pH.L*
Ifllo lous Colic, Itheumat am,, I«ilpl- pills
TuTT » tat ion of tlifc Ileai t, Kidnty pit *11
TUTT'H Affections, Female Complaint*. ^ J{*{'
TUTT'Bic, sll of which result from a '»{'"»
tutt'Sil^rsiietnient of tlie l.lver, no ills
TCTT'8medioliie has ever liroveii so 111,1.#
VltTTNSiiccesfftil sr. l>lt. Tli I I■ I'lI/LJ*
TUTT'8VFCiETABI'E ,'lVEK 1 11'LS> 1'1M.4
TUTT'3
Tl'TT'8
TUTT'8
TUT'r'S
TUTT'S
Tl'TT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TIJTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
For (Sale.
To Bent
A>I>
FOU SALE.
Geo. F. Burke.
Pfl.I,tt
TUTT'S l'lLLS i I'll.IV*
iCUUK SICK HEADACHE.: Pll.'v^
: PIL'yl
TUTT'S PILLS • PI hh*
: liEaUlItii N" CIlANOli 1 PlLl,*
i OF MET. • riM^s
: - : PILVji
TUTT'S PILLS | I'll.LK
AUK 1'UUEItY VKOE- • I'ltM
: TABLE. \ I'lLL^
I'U.W
TUTT'S pills ; rn.ri
:NKV£ll (illII V. OR NAU-i PlMJt
i SKATE 1 i PILLS
; 1' ILL?
'■ TIIK DEMAND FOR: I'lLLi
• TUTT'S PILLS is uot con-| PILL»
TUTT'S lined to this country, bute* j 1MM4
TUTT'S ;t»B<l*ioallpiiriBoftliew»rld; I'lLl#
TUTT'S • i ''ILL#
TUTT'S j A CLKAR IMC AD, elHStlcj PII.T4
TUTT'S limbs,irowd dlxestlon. st iMiilj PILL*
TUTT'S Ifletp, buoyant npirlts, tine; PTLLJ
TUTT'S :«ppetite. »rs some of thej I'iLLJl
TUTT'S j results of the us. ofTUTT'S? l'll.U
TUTT'S • TILLS. i i'lLUS
TUTT'S PILLS
TUTT'S : AS A FAMILY MED-; PILLrt
TtJl't's jlCINK, TUTT'S PILLS; FILLS
TUTT's • A It K THE hF.ST-PF.U-: PILL1
TUTT'S -I'ECTLY HARM LESS •: I'lt.ls
tutt's • I'lL'Jl
tut i's : sold i VKltYW herb. • IMLLH
tutt's • fe1ce, tte1t7y-fivs cel'xs.; i'lLLcl
tutt's ; : vn.i.s
: PRINCIPAL OFFICE: • l'IM.«
:N«. IS HIDRIItY M'.; I'iLI.H
NCH Y«I!H. '; T11.1 tl
I'l Ll.Ji
Tl'TT'S
tutt's
TUTT'S
TUTT'S
DR. TOTS
EXPECTBB&NT.
This unrivaled preparation hnf pr*
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the annn's
of history. Patients sufteritl" fur
vears lrom the various diseases of the
Lui^s, after trying ditTeront. remedies,
spending thousands ot dollarsjn trav-
eling and doctoring, have, bv thr
use of a few bottles, entirely recov-
ered their health.
"WON'T 00 TO FLORIDA."
New Yoris, August 3J, IS'. £.
DR. TU7T:
Dear Sir:-When in Aiken, last wiutor, X usei*
your Expectorant for my cough, and r^nlteed
more benefit from it thsn snything I eVsr took.
I am so well that I will not bo to 1'IorHa ims
wintor as I ictondcd. Beutl mo one uosen bot-
tles. by express, for somo friends.
ALFRED CUUHINO, 123 Wont Tlilrt|-first St.
Boston, January 11,1874.
This certifies that I have rtoonmended t)v»
uae of Dr. Tutt'8 Expoctorent for 4laoas«
of tho lungs for the past two ywure, and to ioy
knowledee many bottles hove been usc i by ray
patients with tho happiest results, in two'ciuws
where i» was thought eonflrmed coneumpttou
had taken plaoo the Xxpoctorant effeoted a cure,
B. H. BPRAOUiJ, M.U.
- We can not apeak too highly af Dr. Tutt's
Expoctorant, and for tho sake of sufforim
humanity bops It msy bsoome moro generally
toown."—CnaisTiA* Auvocatk. #
Hold by Druggists- l'rice Sl.OO1.
Arc tJie must Iturabk*,
The liinst CompliiRlt'd,
iltvo (Jrcater Facl(ilip»i,
Consume tlie L«»at lnelt
Will Bnkr, Co k, K' HHt mid Bto.i quick,
er and more even ilian any othur
ato, « made
^TTIIEY HAVE K.0 EQ,UAL.„«|;
PROOPt
'Milt PrnniiiUi hi 8t. i.ouih Fair, ISCtt.
| KWat Premium «r t?t. Louis Fair, 1H17.
. , j Medal at Ldiisiana State Fair 1&H&
f. I PremUim at 1st. Louis Fair, ltftW.
First Premium at MempluB Jj'nir, IbC'.l
Blue Ribbon hi tho N\ LoniaFair, 186H.
First Premium ut M<iii|ihifl Fair, lhltl.
First Freiiiiuui at Texas S.iite Fair IM.1
First Prcininiii at Tcxhh ftate Fair
FlraV Preniituii rt Me.nipl<ls Fair, 1871.
Fir-t I'reiHiam tt (Jeor^ia State Fair lbl I
And every Fair almost without exe«j<
tion where put on trial.
JBvery Stovo Wavrantnd.
Exten.iion Tup, va ith Iiigli or low
down reservoir W« n!so ii^.innfarlur«
Knameled Works of aW kinds, Culiuniy
HiuI Plumht rs' uomis, Ac.
DICK'S STOVE COMPANY,
720 and 13# Main Street, £t. Lonis.
Manufnetnreiis ol varietii s ol t i < kti n
•Hid lleatillfj St. VeS. Si.lliple esrdr Slid
Price List lurnihiied 1 n applleatii ij.
—SGLIl LY
M. A. IIealy«
mnrolivly J'.jenham, 'ie.\u*.
Steal fstate Aegcat.
J. T. Noiris,M. l>, L. 11 Cresili M.
DBS. Nomas & ciiij!xVTii.
phyhlfians and surgeons
OHi-r ilieir Proh ssif'iial pi rviees tut
the citizens of Hr*i:hiH)i and vidnitvt
(h'k'tt vVood 4. Co. I>rue Store.
Muy l-itri fci*
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