The Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 72, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 25, 1877 Page: 1 of 4
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lM, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1877.
3ke Dailn giniiwf.
»!■!■!! """■ ___ in-
-75 Cents per month
Reqcirkd to bk Publishkd by
Xewb ot the 23d inst. from
Washington, may be briefly
but truthfully summed up in
the phrase, "tlie President's pol-
icy with regard to South Caro-
lina and Louisiana, is vasciilat
ing," and pleases no one.
Mrs. Doctor* Marv Walker
•'' , r'r M ,
was forcibly excluded from-the
treasury department to-day.
Minister Washburne lias re-
. ^igned the French mission and
the resignation has been accep-
ts. , ■; "
,f State warrants are worth 90
' v^uts on the dollar.
The floating debt of the State
to-day $230,000 against $220,-
^ JO, at the beginning' of the
The daily mail running from
McDade to Bastrop was ribbed
to-day by a man unknown. His
lace wa? partly' covered with a
handkerchief. The driver was
made to cut the mail sack, but
nothing was taken, as there were
mo registered letters. Mr. Ches-
ter Ejliard of Bastrop was rob-,
bed ot twelve dollars. Nothing
Chapter X, requires the pub-
lication of intention to apply
for passage ot any local or spec-
ial law for thirty days prior to
its introduction into the Legis-
lature,. publication to he shown
by affidavit ot publisher and a
printed copy of the notice.
Chap. 84, Sec. 29. In case of
resignation of Executor or Ad-
ministrator ot an estate, the
clerk shall publish a citation
tor all to ^poear who desire to
do so, to contest his exhibit ot
settlerfierit-*-to bd published at
least twenty days prior to the
Chap. 84, See. 47. Exectors
nust within one month after
Receiving letters publish noticu
"'or all persons having claim?
I Ci:S. P. 7erlanflsr, Manager,
rnlTy iiempstead, teXaS.
igainst the estate to present the
•iime, giving date of letters oi
Chap. 84, Sec. 95. Requires
publication for at least 20 days
of final exhibits of Administra-
tors and Guardians.
Chap. 84, Sec. 102. In cases
of application for partition and
distribution ot an estate, parties
interested in the estate, who are
not known and non-residents
must be cited to appear for four
successive weeks before day of
term by publication in news-'
Whr Do You Shake?
tor the bettor convenience of the
consumer, the proprietors of Dr. Sher-
man s Mulnrifttgo is now put up iu 75
cent bottles as well as |l 50, ail hereto-
f'»re. lo those who are acquainted
with th» Maiariiuge, it is not pecersary
t > any a word in its behalf But to
those who shake in ign iranci of it, we
will simply say, try it, and add your
testimony to thousands of others that
it cured you. No other medicine is
required, as it is a combined Tonic, A1
terative, Cathartic, Febrifuge, Chola-
,'<»guo and Anti-Periodic. It neutrali
/.es miasmatic poison, parities and in
^ igorates tne blood, restores the Liver
•lodc-ther disecsed organs to,their nut
ural healthy condition, thereby thor-
oughly eradicating the disease. For
was taken froffi the other pas-j Chap- 112, Sec. 55* When a
«en«rer. a lad v. IWiiw urn MAUf Guardian wishes to resiVn. Hip
*enger, a lady. Parties are now
in pursuit of'the robber.
Lical option was d^pated by
* large majority, in Bastrop.
— ■» 4» «-
NKW HOQ. Diseask.—A spe«
cial from Ottawa Says; A sort of
epidemic disease has made its
appearance among the hogs in
L iSaljo comity, which seeing to
hi quite fatal among the higher
breads'. I have heird of it chief-
ly iii til3 country northeast of
the city, where it has carried off
a large number of valuable ani-
mute. What the exAct nature
of the disease is, seeing not
vGfy clear. The animals are
taken with a violent couching,
which, lasting two or tlife days,
ends in sudden death.' It is es-
pecially fital to the larger ani-
ni ils, tlioie weighing fro ft 100
pounds upward i the younger
lighter weighted ones,
though often taken with the
coughing, being able to endure
it, though it frequently lasts
through several weeks. The
"«ex ami ; Berkshire breeds
neem especially open to its at-
tacks and: the fat^l results.
Guardian wishes to resign, the
clerk shall issue a citation to be
published for three successive
Chap. 112, Sec. 104 says: No
WHAT IS QUEEN'S DELIGHT?
It is a plant that grows in the South
and is the ouly actual bloo;( purifier
ever discovered, by w,,ich all diseases
that, ce,utre in the blood can be eradica-
ted at once and forever. It excels for
life all scrojulous, syphilitic, cutaneous
and rheum itic affections, and is the
ONLYTKUE UEMEDf for th.s class
of diseases. Alone, it is a searching
alter Hive, but when combined «jith
Honduras Surssparilla, Vol low Dock
and other roots and herbs, it becomes
a blood purifier unsurpassable and uu
equailed. Such is the combination of
Dr. Tuti's Sarsaparilla and
forming the most, po.weifijj alterative
known .KMhe Medical Scjeoce for the
Located U mile# East of Brenham, on
the Washington County Railroad'.
With eleven years experience in the
Nursery business in this County I cm
offer as fine selections of—
Fruit Trees, Grqjje Vines,
Ornamental Shrubbery, Etc.
as can be found anywhere.
Full descriptive Catalogues sent to
any address upon application.
The Gardens, Grounds and whole
Nursery Stock, are free for inspection
at all times to the public, without their
being expected to purchase anything it
they do not wish to.
I will have many new fruits and or-
namental tress for sale next fall, and
wilj be pleased toshpw them to visitors
while they are growiiic.
Wm, WATSON, Proprietor.
Brenham. May 23.dv. -1871
JOHN U. RAXKl*,
TTlOK the speedy qiwe of seminal
■ weakness, lost manhood, and alI
disorder.- brought on -ty indiscretions
or excess. Any druggist has the in-
W. DAVIDSOX ft CO.,
8d Nassau St., New York.
, , ' - v|a..«w, w„,uo lueuiqaj ocjenee tor the
oracr or.Siile, of real property icure.of old ulcers auil sortis, diseased
for the pafliieht of dehte shall !loint8', f"ul discharges from the eaiii
1— > • -■ MOBtrils, , Abscesses, skin affections,
V Touching Story.—?tlie
Outhbert, Georgia, appeal puh-
lishes the following sad and
touching "story: On Saturday
la«t, Mr. Holt, living near
Ward's station, lost his little
#on, about six years old, by
•death. Mrsb Holt, at the time
ot her ohih& deivth, was in her
perfjot health, but* her loss prov-
J«1c| m'oro thini ehc eoulH bear.
She prayed earnasfty that God
tfoufd take hei' little boy—that
•he did not wish to lip away
from l»im—and at nine .o'clock
on Sundfy morning she was' a
corpse by the side of her dead
<*hlld. Just before death, she
Asked her sister if she would
take her infant, a child some six
months old, and beinj? informed
that she would, retired upon her
bed, swing, 'will now die,1 and
.expired without a struggle.
She was buried iu thexrrar«
with her child.
-M«als at ALL Houjm.—Ka-
mien, at the PhooBnix llostau-
^rnjiihes his customqm with ex-
cellent iri&als at all'hours', and
iu thevery beit style of tho-art
be made unless a notice of ap
plication therefor shall have
been published for four weeks
succ§ssively.in somo newspap^,
&c. And 'Sec. 108 contiiiues
that where the land lies in an-
other county besides the one in
which thj guardianship is pend-
ing, the sAle shall be advertised
in both counties.
Chap. 132, Sec. 148. The
Guardian of a person of un-
sound mind or habitual drunk-
ard shall publish a notice for
tour sticc;8sive weeks calling
upon all persons having claims
to present thein within one year.
Chap. 12.», Sec. 5. Upon re-
ceipt of tax rolls by collector,
he shall advertise for four suc-
cessive weeks that the rolls for
collection of taxes on unrend-
ered lands and real estate has
been placed in his hands and
that unless taxes are paid with-
in thirty days after last publica-
tion of said notice, he will pro-
ceed to collect same as provided
by law % collection of Uelin-
Chap. 151, Sec. 6. The col-
lector uf taxes is required to
publish 'n the coiinty newspa-
per a description ot all lands
which have not paid taxes since
1870, <fce., that he will proceed
to sell such lands at court house
door on first Tuesday ot the
month, and Chap. 152, Sec, 16
provides for same publication ot
lands each year after March 1st.
Chap. 104, Sec. 27 says in all'
cases where citation or othtr
process shall be served by publi-
cation in a newspaper, the offi-
cer shall be furnished the money
tor pubh service.
And all publications in Dis-
trict and Justices courts as re-
quired by previous laws.
rlmuma<tipm,dropsy, kidney complaints,
evil, ettects ot sectet practices, diseased
scalp, disordered liver and spleen,audi
all diseases that centre in thp blood
It possesses the peculiar property ot
imparting a fair complexion and
Causes the Boljr to Gain in
Its value cannot be too stro' gly in
pressed upon the attention of Uuise
who have been exposed tu a tain* ot
improper character. The afflicted are
assured that ihis is pot one of Ik*
worthless nostrums oi the day, but k
prepared upon scientific principles, by
a physician of thirty years experience
If. Murray 8t, New York,
Gin-Dresser and Repairer,
Takes pleasure in announcing that he
is now prepared to apply to gins hi*
new Patent (Jin-Dress at reasonable
rates. My mode of dress is superior tc>
the briar-point, or any other in use; in-
asmuch as it does ilot nap, cleans the
<eeda, makes a better sample and gin*
All otderi sent to me at Hmpstend
w Jett at the Brenham Bannkh office
will receive prompt attention.
«n»t81y T. B 0<1I,K$BY.
M. 81NUELTAUY & CO.,
floise and Siioi Painters,
Paintiny, Graining, Gilding,
and Marbling, Plain and
Decarafad Paper Hanging,
<&<$., &c.% effe.
Satisfaction given and all work guar-
anteed Shop under the Bookstore.
August 18th, l8?6d&wtf.
Having purchased the blooded bull,
notice is hereby given that he will
*Und at my stable at the low price,of
fo-QO per season payable in corn or
declUdAwtf A, TESTAUn
H a beautiful Quarterly Journal,
illustrated, and .containing
colored Slower Plate wi:
nutnuer Price only 25 c
year. The first No. tor lb<
sued in German and EiiRliah
Vica's flower and Veir#t
d»«n, in paper 60 cents; wit,
cloth covers $1.00,
Vkkj Catalogue—300 illustrations,
only 1nts. Address
Jaji«.8 Vice, Hccheeter, N, Y.
Slower and Vegetable Seeds
are planted by a million people in
Vick's Catalogue—800 illustrations
only 3 cents.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25
cents a jear.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden
50 cents; with elegant cloth covers
All tur publications are printed in
English and German. Address
Jambs Vtea, Rochester, Ni Y.
blower and Vegetable Garden
is the meat beautiful wo<kof the kiwi
in tyir world, it contains nearly 150
pages, hundreds of fine illustrations,
and »ix Ch'omo pistes of Flowers,,
beautifully drawn ana plored from
nature. Price SO cents in paper covers,
$1.00 in elegant cloth. Printed in Ger
man and English*
Vick'e Floral Guido, Quarterly, 25
cents a year.
V'ck's Catah)trne-300 illustrations
only 2 cents. Address
James Vick. Rochester, N. Y.
Hew (foods I
JOHN StrniMfSRS, Prop.,
C#r.Tr«u*W ft Meeiianic Sts.Galvesten
^in Hog! I« centrally located, con
r but two
; the City
Dry Goods and Groceries, No-
tions, Cigars and Tobacco.
Peuker builditig, corner St. Charles anil
Sanwy streets, Brenham.
Our stock it complete ami will be
sold |t small proiiita for cashwr country
II. K. WH-lilAMS, W. H. nil,I,IN(18I,KA
Br.nhain. t'huppell Hill.
WILLIAMS h BILLINGSLEA,
ice in Ouiua building, Kaat side
Court House Square,
- - - - Texts.
Mark These Facts.
The testimony ot the whole world.
Hollo Way's Pills.
"Iliad no appetite; Ilolkmay's Pills
gave me a h- arty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"1 send lo' another box, aftd keep
them iu them house."
'Dc. Hollo way has cured lay Iieich
ache that was chronic,"
"I x:ave one of your Pills to my babe
for cholera irorbus. The dear little
thing jfot wejl in a day."
"My nausea of a morning is now
"lour box of hollo way's Omtment
cured me ot uois< s in the head, r
t ubbed some ef your ojnlatent behind
t he ears, and the noise has left."
''Send me two boxes;: I want one for
■a poor family." . ,
"I enclose a dollar; your price is Si-
cents, but the medicujie to me is woith
''•^end me five boxes ot yetir,P5ITs>
01,5 '*IMre three boxes of your
I ills by, return mail."
I have over 300 such teetiwoniale as
these, but warn ol spaoe compels me
For CntunMBS Disorders,
And all eruptions of the ^ia.this
Ointment is u^)Bt invsluabl . It'does
not heal externally alone,.'bin*pene-
trates with tli, most searching efiecis
to the very root ot the evil.
Invariably cure the lollovving'diseaseB
Disorder of the Kidaoj g.
In all diseases atfeutiug tiit-se organs
wheiher they secrete too much or too
, mile water; or whether they be alHict-
i ed with stone or gravel, or with aches
|aad pains seitled in the loins over th«
regions oj the kidneys, these Pill*
s.iyiild be taken according to the print-
ed direction.-, and tbe Ointment should
be well rubbed into the small of the
back at bed time. This treatment will
give almost immediate relief when ail
other means have lailed.
For Stomaehs oat of Order
Nomediciue so eff ctualiv improves
the (one of (he stomach as these Pills;
they remove all acidity occasioned eith-
er by intemperance or improper diet.
I bey reach the Jiver and reduce it to a
healthy action; they are wonderfully
efficacious in cases of spasm—in laet
they never fail, in curing alldisoiders
of th« Jiver and stoma h.
Hollowaj's Fills are the best known
in the world for the following diseases:
Ague Asthma, Bilious Complainte,
Blotches on the Skin, B -w. Is, Con-
sumption, Debility, Dropsy, Dysentery,
brvspelas. Female itreguiaruies. Fi-
vers of al| kinds, Fits, Goijt, Headacl.e,
indigestion, inflammation, Jaundice
Ajiim bego„ Piles. Rbeum&usm, Keten-
tion of urius Scrofula or King's Evil,
Sore Throats, Stone and Gravel, Tic-
Douloureux, Tuluors, Ukeis,. W orms of
all kinds, weakness from auy cause, etc.
Important Can tion.
None are geuuiwT unless the signa*
turei of J. Haydock,. *«• agent for he
United States, surrounds each box of
Pills and Ointment. A handsome>«
w«rd will be given to any one render-
lugtuch iu formation as mav lead to
the,detection of auy party or parties
counterfeiting the medicines or vend-
ing the same, knowing them to be
sarSoldat the manufactory of Pro-
fessor Hollo way & Co., New York,*nd
by all respectable druggists and denl-
ersin medicine throughout the civil z-
ed world, in boxes at 25 cents (fcJceuta
andfl each. PfThere is eousuierable
aaving by taking the larger siiek
N. B.—-Directions for the guidance of
patients in every dUordfer are affixed
to each box HTOffice, 112. Liberty
St. New York. declOwly
0 ,/f. KAVANAUGH,
Brenham, - - Texas.
Will practice in Washington and ad-
loiuing counties. janl6dliuw3m
The undersigned will have
Ot^ hand and for sale
At the Col, House pear the depot,
and at hialliuj; 4 stand, near City
I Market, which will be sold at liberal
prices. Patromu«> solicited.
malOdSm ^EOk(iK BROS8IG.
J. M. Goes. , u ^ Bates McFarland
attention to collections, ex-
- paying taxes
Near Bre«<" dl
co oi all
lad wicks Bank.
iklv of al
i»i>at«b at this <3
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