Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 151, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1882 Page: 3 of 4
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journal OF TIIE CITV
!, staple and fancy gro-
Free delivery of family
Sunday school conven-
finished its business yester-
Success saloon will be
.„ Monday morning.
I iron t.awni, Victoria
IVrsian Lawns, Cross
>'tlin Striped Muslins very
w- j>i,,ues from 10 cents up.
f.M, ■;;1" 1 C, A. l'ori'FR.
"county convention, by
solution, sat down on the fes-
-—TT.,,Tw 10 yards f'" one dollar
Huntings:6 y\- for one
'iyi'v line 20 cent- per yard
dollar, v e t > c. A,. l'OTTBR s.
Call at Swartz's new gallery,
corner of Sandy and St. Charles
The- sentiment of the county
convention was unanimously in
bvor of Col. D. C. Giddings
Tin: Success saloon will be
open Monday morning.
r I I,)C k of Slip|h i > a»»l 1 ,.W < 'ut
• |;tl|iv»n Slu't's for L..a< 1 ic.•», Mi >c.i
slint's ,1M> ' ' 11 .
.iji.ll'hildKii atrcduwd , K|i>
Swaktz makes the finest pho-
tographs in Texas. Cloudy or
pKRSt.'NAL.—*Hoii. M. 1. Ktrr
and Mr. K. D. Harris leave this
evening far I.a Salle count\.
Mr. R. S, Neblctt leaves this
evening lor San Antonio to at-
tend the reunion of Hood's
A very tine.' "lux "t of Mill., and glim
RiJ ; liulloris is cent. pel pair at
A. Po l I Fk.
Dcmoeratle County Contention.
The Success saloon will
open Monday morning.
The county convention was
well attended and was compos-
ed largely of representative
siien front all parts of the coun-
ty. The proceedings were har-
monious and the delegates all
go free and uninstructcd.
j.futU' ,»la £00it
r-writs and Kills very chcap, -ov
<! -,fi«is' ;i|m» a good line ot Men'
ihing al t ow jigures.
>1 1 FK.
Svvautz makes the finest
photogr.i[)hs in Texas. Cloudy
The Banner is informed that
the privies at the Central house
arc to be left as they were be-
fore, They have only been
clcancd. The city council will
some day, in self-defense, be
compelled to declare them"a
SI 1 d'.itlar.-
oi•> from $1.25, $1.50, $2.25
each at ('. A. Pol l KR.
C.M.i. at Swartz's new gallery,
corner of Sandy and St. Char-
les streets lirenham.
A NEiiKO man with a fine
Urge pistol in his hip-pocket
accidentally discharged the pis-
tol at the corner of Ant and
iandy .street on Saturday
morning, unfortunately missing
his own person and striking the
sidewalk, lie disappeared in
the crowd before lie could be
Swaktz, the noted photo-
grapher, has opened a fine gal-
lery in Hienhain.
The convention was called to
order at I o'clock Saturday,
June 74, by Col. R. R. Lawther.
Upon motion Col. Lawtlier was
elected permanent chairman,
W. W. Searcy was elected sec-
retary, H. M. Lewis and A. F.
Felder assistant secretaries.
The following resolutions was
offered by M. M. Felder and
Whereas, The sccond term
of 0. M. Roberts is drawing to
a close, and Whereas, the dem-
ocratic party of Washington
county desire to place on re-
cord their high appreciation of
his valuable services to the slat;
of Texas, we therefore
Resolve, That Jt is the
sense of this convention that he
has administered the state gov-
ernment with ability and purity
of purpose, which entitles him
to the gratitude of the people,
and to be recognized as one of
the best governors of Texas.
The lollowing resolutions was
then offered by B. Iildridgc and
We the democracy of Wash-
ington county, in convention as-
sembled, while we have no de-
mands to make, do earnestly de-
1st. That our great state
shall ever remain an undivided,
empire within itself.
2nd. A just .ind economic
administration ot government,
impartial alike to capital and
labor, burdensome to none.
3rd. A vigorous enforcement
of criminal law, insuring the
protection of life and property,
not only against marauding
bands of Indians along our Iron-
tier, but suppressing robbery
throughout out the state, in our
midst, and the too liberal use of
the deadly sixshooter.
4th. A liberal advanced pol-
icy abreast with the spirit of the
times, ranking second to none
111 the grand march of progress,
And believing our fellow cit-
izen Col. I), t , Giddings a fit
exponent of these, our wishes,
would most respectfully iceoni
mend him to the representatives
of the great democratic party of
Texas hi the convention assent
bhng at Galveston, on the lSth
day of July next, as our choiee
for governor at the next elci
tion. Sound 111 principle; hon-
est, honorblc in deed; dauntless,
unflinching in democracy; tried
upon the field, and in the forum
vigorous in conception; rapid in
execution; we believe 1). C.
Giddings, as governor, will rank
Texas glorious in the grand gal-
axy of states.
The chair upon motion op-
pointed the following commit-
tee (in representation and cre-
dentials, G. L. Chandler, M. M.
Felder, W. W. Sercy Dr. S.
Bowers II. HayncsW. AvStuck-
ert and T. M. Griffin. 1 he
committee after retirement
made the following report which
To K. K. I twtlH',1
Your committee on creden-
tials and representation having
examined into the credentials
find that the following delegates
arc entitled to scats in the con-
Xo. i—K. J. Crook, Hardin
White, James Rhodes, J. A.
Rhodes, Dr. Eldridge, Win.
Wood, Sam Hatfield, Robert
Moore, G. L. Chandler and A.
Xo, 3—M. M. Felder, P. A.
Raysor, J. Atkinson, II. Garrett
W. IIalley, W. B. Traynhaiit,
II. lludgins, J no. Lockhart, B.
S. Rogers, T. B. Stone, J no. F,
Martin, J. F. Spann
No. 3 —N. I'ever, K. IIoil-
man, K C. Finney, F. F. Hiving,
W. W. Searcy, B. Eldridge, K
R. I.awthcr, C. B. Shepard, J.
N. Bowers, Wm. Thompson, T.
be held at Galveston l8 Julv ;
JS82 to wit; A.F. Felder, M. M 1
I'elder R. R, I.awther, J. H. j
1 lolt, III Iaynes J. K. Gray, Joe j
Mills, B. Eldridge E. I. Pen '
nington, W. W. Searcy, T. C. j
Clay, Dr. S. Bowers.
Upon motion tt was decided
to elected twelve delegates to
the congressional convention to
be held in Waco, August Sth
uSSj and the lollowing delegates
were chosen: G. L. Chandler,
Dr. Lockhart, J. T. Swearingen,
F. F. Hiving, C. C. Garrett, J.
B. Campbell, A. M. Clay, 1). C.
Giddings. A. Testard, 1. V.
Matson, E. B. Randle, B. S.
Rogers, Wm. Thompson.
The following resolution was
then offered by Dr. Lockhart
and unanimously adopted.
Resolved, That recognizing
the eminent high ability and un-
questioned integrity of the Hon.
A H. Willie, of Galveston, wc
cordially recommend him for
the position of Chief Justice of
the Supreme court of the state.
Adopted unanimously by a ris-
The following resolutions was
offered by C. B. Shepard H. B.
Randle, and J. E. Gray; unani-
Resolved, That as the dem-
ocracy of Washington county,
in convention assembled, realiz-
ing the eminent fitness and legal
ability of our worthy and highly
esteemed fellow citizen, Major
B. II. Bassctt, we would hereby
recommend him as a candidate
for the Supreme bench of the
state of Texas,
E. B. R vmm i,
C. 1!. SltEl'ARH,
J. K. Gkav.
Upon motion it was ordered
that the chair oppofnt a mem-
ber of execution committee tor
Precincts No. 4, and 7.
1 'pon motion the convention
K. R. Luv i'iif.k, Chairman,
W. W, Skakcv, Scctetary.
I HE MOPFL
\m»ng all gitK ;
I lie sweetest,
More nrei'ous tlian peirl...
liiil modest and kind;
And .ill light inmind,
• she f.iints not,
She paints not.
I ike tme foolish mil-,
she pouts not,
She spouts not,
llecaiisc her hair curl .
Nut running here, their,
Like some young gi 1L-, are.
And alarriiingly siiuu
\\ ith candy
("annul win ncrhtaii,"
—1 iluinbus (Of) ncnioi rat.
New Silk Industry.
I Advertisement. |
I'or the information of the
evening stinkpot, its local col-
funs being under the control
Klon, let tne in self defencc,
"*F that the city scavenger cart,
arc under the full control and
r,i« of the mayor, and I have
Pr'viiege or right to an order
°r the removal even of a dead
* "v I am not responsible for
-"e condition of any street or
1 for I have daily asked the
mayor to have the garbage re-
raoved- W. P. DOHAN,
W|i) will Von IMc
v.') nn pmtcclion for yifiir
At a call meeting held June
.'4th, 18S'. Officers present,
M. P. Kerr, Mayor; E. Reich-
ardt, R. E. Lull 11 and J. Bassett,
I he mayor stated the object
ol the meeting to be the ap-
pointment of a successor on the
board of appraisment to C. (
Garrett, who declined to serve,
also to apply for leave ol ab-
sence for himself for one week.
(>n motion Mr. Henry Conn
was elected to fill the v.icany
011 the board of appraisement
On motion the mayor was
granted a leave of absence for
one week, from June 26, 1SS2,
and alderman E. Reichardt au-
thorized to act as mayor during
the mayor's absence.
On motion the council ad-
journed till the next regular
Scc'y. pro tern.
The Ancient Order ol Hiber-
nians, in county conventions at
Cleveland, resolved to condemn
as unpatriotic the persistent op-
position to church authority
manifested by certain ladies of
the Parnell branch of the Land
"Pause," said a highly culti-
vated Boston girl to her lover,
who was about to kill a mosqui-
to. "Pause: In the balanced
and admirably adapted econo-
my of nature, man can not in-
terfere without disarranging the
whole ordor ol things. And
he paused. Boston Advertiser.
The orange crops in Florida
will be very l'ght this season,
owing to the ravages of a dan-
gerous insect in many planta-
tions. Many years ago this in
scct caused infinite trouble tn
Tin' gic.-Uvst incentive to eng-w in nlk
iilturc i-. the knowledge that their i- a
lomein.ukd for $! 5,060,000 worth'of tin
which Anveiic.vn manufactuft't> are obliged
•to- import from foieign' lands. The other
consideration 1 . that silk culture furnisht >
women and children in the rural distri»t-,
with .1 congenial occupation that does not
require constant aitention, and so will n->t
interfere with household dutie>.
In view ot these facts the Women's Silk
('ultvnc A> oi iati in ot Philadelphia was
organized tw«> yt i . lor the puipose r»f
calling the attention of the women of the
country t») the opportunity given them to
ryi.iblish a new industry, both suitable atid
proiitablc: and il««» ;;ive the neces ary
Tintnn tions to all debiting to engage in
Tin' succe ' i t tins |'i neer association
i4* 1»'u 1 ark.d 11 *; theih.i been .iroused »
with spre 1 1 inieie-4 m the cultivation of
co('.m, 11s, dial mu.-t • "ii increasing until
(li1 ami o( th'' d ■•( 1 ato«ii i> fulfilled.
This fact w 1, in- ts! for, ibly piescnled at
ihe 1 wt exhibition of the assjfiiQt iation, at
whit lithe display of 1 >c rtis w.15 very fine
nd Hiteir ting. Hie chief (eatuie
. t tlit- exhibition \* • the <ii>play <>f
Sj>e< inu n cor.oo.ns by the twenty a.\ ( "n^e •
•.ants fot the Strawluidge Si (,'lothiei
pie miuins. The fir a ' nr of which, by the
\n ay. u a t arried >! ! y r<. Kebr. t a '1 ay-
lf. , (inoth' r of ilu late Bayard laylot),
w 11 ■' nvei S: y 'is of age, and .1 sutterer
The association . invume . that through
the libei.ility of Me srv Strawbridge ^
(lothiei th« well known dry goods met
chant > of Philadelphia, it is again enabled
to «'itri 'o thf -ilk cultiuisti the sum of five
hundied dolljr^ in ten prcmiuin -, as fo'
U . m 1 <t prtmiutn, $100; etono premium,
$7>: ihnd po •iiinin, $'<$; fourth]tremium,
$(•0, nfili |-t. nnuni, $\o; sixth premium,
U \ciith | 'fill "i. $40. rt^hlh
fFciMHim, $1<\ 1111 1 h 11 • 111 inm, ti-tiili
jirfliiiuni. jl'1. t ' - tli'.1' I'lt-iniHins any
1 i|n- I 'i -ii si,11. . may iiititf
l-'iiiin tin1 ten hi,1/ "1..nn.ts nl ("r.iniis,
(inr 1 "illII'I Mill I'll l.i. ' 11, ivillimit '.1 li'i II'm,
.ni.l tin* irM 1.(ri ' linf; n|']ilie'l, ilir i|Ua|itny
mill i|u.ilily will lie tin "nilttmni for pc-
nviiiiii: .\|!|>lit;vli"ii lot i oin|>»'tili('ti mil>t
lie i-ii.Iih -i <l .mil ilu i n unit 'if thi • y.u \
1 01 Hons 1 .iKi-'I l'> '' 1 ulthi 1 ^t. it tilicil
•in I'y "ine Mr St
inn t It sonlit"l l.itn ' 1111 I>f. iml" 1
Aiivuri'- with -inlhnonl biv! to ^inv
few nnillit in H" - i .in i lil tlit tf.niiiK "f
ilk uiiiiir. In llieil.nly i-.ii' .ni'1 tin'I it
■oiirccof pli-.T-uro nil'I j ' ■ ■ Ilit "oil
, 11jih- - Inn a >nii\ll 1'niti'n of die ) ' "
mil a ' Inl'l c^n nltcii'l t" i! I.uly ^.'tllti
inj.; of h .i vo. anil fettling tin »'"iin • "
1111p 1 y uf nutllierry loavr- i .liinot In' li.nl
an "'■.i^i' ci.ir.gtj lit'ljje will mi cvciy
purj">-'•■ Tlit tii.i|»t' (irah^i I'if i1-
inirnl I'- fooil for the . t>om which
llu-y [mi .('li rvli'I oik.
A VI1 v inli ii'-lldj; (.'Vi'ii: if n i!;"!1.)l in-
I'.-ir -t, i.-onnrrl'''l with lliii >iil.'it'i l ol sil..
..iiliuto. has)«»t occuned in I • ilo-lcl)'ln.i
'I in Wimit n's Silk Culliii o A -'" i.i'i' ■ n
scleetf-l silk from lwenty--i\ 11inilii1 - li
in foin I' t-n sta:c; h.nl it
}. i-r' .'■■!, in,Sii'- into ,i weh "I '
thian'..-'nd lint :i'U of -ilk, and w
bioi-.ide On ;| f.K 'jivftrd 1' "
llv ri' tiioii' ill'! si\ InniilrC'l : ■ ■!!'"-
ihe nn: . h.i - .-ml striking «le -igo. 'I l« • > • ''»•
in,' i ic.nli evi i woven m Amen i l
\ ,,, in m sill ind }iiol>.ilily »'
in levtni'- of any I'toc-ide eve
i i " \ .i n
.' l i .i s .'
rei.|itti in t'
K. Waller's shooting gallery
on Ant street next door to the
post office, is supplied with the
very best and latest improved
1.1,. Amnions has on hand
the largest and most complete
stock of cloths, cassimeres and
other goods for men's wear ever
brought to this city, tie has a
full line ol fine imported goods
and is prepared to make gar-
ments or full suits at short notice
and guarantee a fit. Store on
north side ol public square.
A nian'.i wife should alw.iy > lit the
.iint, especially to her hu-lund, hut if she
Is wer.k and ntrvotis and usts Carttr'
Iron Pill- she cannot he, for they make
her "feci like a different ptrson," »t least
they all say and then huslnnds say so
[too ! For ;alt hy Finklta & Kalstnn.
R. G. Sydow has removed his
grocery store two doors north
of his old stand on Ant street to
the new building first door from
Hlank crop mortgages for sale
at the 1Unnkk office.
Sjiii Mueiy has ihe only lust-class lunch
..land in tlit city, lit Wps imported s»u-
s.igt, and chetse ; also canned meals of
every description. l unches prepared at
J. F. SPRAIN,
SuooesHor tn A. N. Calloway,
I, \ l.'i. I ■
I \ NH
MusT i (i.Ml'l,
\ : ! .( I ll IN < it-
,1'K I'lliiTlM.KAVII (IAl.-
Photographing, Copying, coloring and Enlarging
11.iiv in the flight'.! style ol If'- vr'. Satisfaclion guaranteed.
Pielui'c Fraincs, Easels, Engravings. Etc.
In endless variety at all lime.,, l'ru ■ tcasonalile. |laf" (iallery corner
Mn-in and Si. Chart's Streets.
23rii:iTXX-in.IvI. - - TE3C^3.
Co-operative Endowment Association
FOR UNMARRIK1) PERSONS.
OFFICE: 16 UNION STREET. NEW ORLEANS, LA.
II. A. Hill..
... Vice President
Thf New Orleans Co-opera-
tive Endowment Association
has loi its directors some of the
best business men of the Cres-
cent City. The N.O. Christian
Advocate says: We happen to
be personally acquainted with
several persons connected with
the directory of this company
and know them to be gentle-
men of honor and integrity.
This association is a very pop-
ular one and is fast increasing
in numbers. Their plan is con-
sidered superior and safer than
milliner; anil limn Miklni(.
Mrn. Rhoda TrstAlin take^ this meth
od of informing the ladies of Uienham
and vicinity lhat she has now received her
Spring Stock of Millinery, compil ing all
llie kites', styles and novelties. In addition
lo liei millinery department she is nrepar
dl lo cut, make and til dre-ocs in the very
II. W. Wr»hfr
Has now on hand a hand-
some line of Diamonds, Gold,
Silver and Nickel watches, fine
jewelry, spectacles and eye
glasses, which he offers at very
low prices. No trouble to show
goods. Call and examine,
lliifrKii'S Mm li< Anil
A full line kept on hand and
for sale at bottom figures.
1.. J. Lockett.
Ifcjr rpMupl relief in in k hrailacli*,
tli'/inc % nausea, • obstipation, pain in the
itlv, et< ., Kuiir.mtecl t" the-'- u>mi»<'.ir-
111' I .ittIc I i vrr Till •. < >ne pill a «l« > ■ .
.'^i.riil -. »I<1 liy l inklt .i \ Kai>(on.
,i ilu (ifu Rcl<l(l.ii.
t a mw iation
I'M I I.ll'l 1' to Mis. I ''UK
. n 1
•t nt t
A. H.iber, VV. II. Colbert, ( K. 1 tllc
orange groves, and at one
l ou >
n it ro>is so little to join a
*hi< ]> < m ,USucul,°nlike the l'. l>. A., by
n can leave from one to live
iff*, n'1'1', rs ^or their comfort an<l pro-
'"'them " i r"'- ,1enif",-'r.iting yur l"Ve
, - l ife is unoertaift au.l death i^
Vr' '-'jutitulion and liy-]..,*., »d-
ji i ' ,, I'arrotl, business managct
'St' VMn'l",,",ly T' "• A''" ',,a'
by \V. 1
^'i. Iieo. U, Ko|i,-,t(,n i, aj^cnl
l-W-.-iter'tt""' .*•!' h:','1'y wn,e
f"i in'.-, i , 1 ,n "lake apiilicalion
■ ' " ',;r-tii|i nt once. Tluise beautiful
almost every corner were
Matthews, of Waco.
Hreedlove, J. M. Hoss, P. C,
Giddings, Jno. 1 laic, J.N.I laic,
K. 1- Pennington.
No. 4- ')r. S. Howcrs, and J.
N„. 5- W. II. Robin >on, I
Oscar Seward, M. A. Hryan,
K. Styles, T- C. Clay, 1'. A.
Shepard, 1'. 0. ( lanvpitt, A. '■
Clay, Tom Taylor, J. 1 • "
ton, H. G. I'ryau.
No. 6 J. 1 (
No. 7-J. H Campbell, VV.
VV. Craig, J. T. Mill''. 101,1'lCtl
try. Dr. 11.15. Hill. Hiun.t Kiveis,
I-'. M. Griflin, J. V. M ttson, A.
Kdnion.'ion, Dr. Kirk, Hob Lau-
derdale, Ham Barton /-G. Hat-
Wc respectfully recommend
that each precint be allowed one
vote in this convention for each
twenty-five democratic vote cast
for governor at the last election,
This will give precinct No. i, o;
No. 2 7 ; No. > -7 I '-1 •
N'o. i>, 7- No. 7. «•
M. M. KI-.I I/KK,
tunc it was thought that orange
culture would have to be aban-
Charles Dudley Warner, has
discovered why Sicilian oranges
arc sour, or at least he has got
at the truth of their sourness,
lie says that the inhabitants uf
Sicily declare that all the good
onc> are shipped to America,
so that all left at home are sour,
wheieas Americans d.et late that,
as all they receive are Hour, the
good arc kept in Sicily'.
The bath house on
street, rear of Dawson'.-
now open every day from 5 to
9 a. in. and from 5 to 0 p. 111.
Fur further particulars call at
C 1'". Sanders's saloon.
.1 list Kpcoivt'il.
A fresh lot of dried Buffalo
meat, Venison hams and tcn-
(Icr-loins; also, an invoice of
fresh imported sausage and
cheese. Sam Mi'KKKV.
Mt 11 Snioot..—Mr. Charles
Helton will open a music school,
tip-stairs in the I.ieb building,
on the 1st of June. Terms reas-
Summer KxmrMon Tirkels
T 1 .ill [ 1' "1111'':! ■ 1
I-iir r|j'1 ,!
.tied otnio' ntm>; I
mill 11. I- ■ > (i ' i"'
I \ I
dor \\ n W
who f'-'-l ill 1
1 eivc Inilii riKiiUl ill'"
|[,.- I irtf-r 11 --n IV:
m-'k't 1 '■■■' -•
^ri'l s* .11 ^
I \sr.l, will lie 1
, iHHj, in't t"'
.11 i.r, Ac'-nt,
,1- Sir., fa.
- ui i^i'l. «dl 1
iily vi-iii hy 11
This old established saloon,
east side of the square, is well
stocked with the best wines
liquors, cigars and beer, and
have the only billiard and pool
tables in the city.
VV. 11. Mukruv Si Co.
Canned Goods.— Just receiv-
ed a fresh supply of canned
vegetables, fruits, etc.
J. J. I.IKIl.
tof- Not ■ particlr «»f '| .injtK in < ar
t- i\ ! i v HiOfi s (mt thry are partirilfhrr
ly it' '♦niiii'Mi'lo'l t" thu.^e wli i luve
iivftl quiiiin' ir»<i frit it-> injurious ettrr' .
FuiUe.i vV Kal-ion.
the law >
I'rc i-lent. I *\\ \.athiop...
y ah«l Treasurer., j T. ^. I>at>ney, . .
Hon. K. l-uslier, \\ State Supt. I'ub. I'dnration ; ( has. II. t;i*i]ue; Wm.( • Har-
ri-on, M.I).; I . Hill; T. I.athrop; T. S. Dalmey.M. I).; II. A. Hill.
This association is strictly mutual in it* character, but differs from ordinary mutual
life association. hy paying policies at mai riat;e (or a stated time after) instead of at
death. It has a sinking ntr.d, in addition to the ordinary plan of assessments, to facil-
itate prompt payment of poli< ie>. I lu endowments ottered range from $1000 tu$5000'
n cording to cla, applicant join*. A ■.aehsnivnt.* are $1 on the $1000, and one assebs-
ment on all often pay. -.evei.il marriagei»ulu ic.s. Non-marrying members are paid af-
ter twelve years member diip. |inif K< liable agents, with references, wantc<l in Texas,
and elsewheic. l or all inf« imation write to
H. A. Bill, Secretary,
16 Union Street, New Oilenns, I.a.
F. L. Carroll,
SU( CKS^OK TO
Beaumont ihhb CE
Bronhii 111. - » Texas.
OrriCE and YARD NEAR COMPRESS
II,is mi li.ui'1 »t .ill tiim -, .i largf ami will selected stock of
Ijt'MHKH, KoulMi and J)ro8»cd,
g, Ml, DI1IK ,
Mv h11m.'k nl iiietido liiii-hit)^ mati'i'ial i.-- in evury rcupci't euiiipletc
and innli'i' llif niana^oniciit nt a tlinrmi^li jiriieticul iiicclianic.
I'v ^iiiuaiitoi'iiiL' riilit'i :alislaetiiin, botli in ijnality and
pi'ii'e, I <liall (■ 1111<■ aviir t" merit a rliair nt tlit! puMie
|•;111'nnnur, wllii lt I llt't'f'liy suliril.
A. E. TAMPLKT, A^ent,
PROFKSSIONAL ; AKDS.
K. H. RANDl.K.
Attorney at Law,
Jhenh uu. I ' 1
()I)k »• m (iiah'-r binltlinV, w r -! 1 • 1«• .>f
PRKEtJl.OVE iSj KWIN(i,
Attorneys at Law,
-tans in bieedl t
ni. I t va
C. f . '.ARKF t r.
O. II. I (.ARM* I
GARRETT 4 GARRETT.
Attoriicym • «t -Liaw
Oftice lip stairs in the <.ras n
t>uiiing. !y, .
I VMP- f ^ M F f MM' ■ v ■. \Mi ir r•
SHEPARD & CAMPBELL,
L.'i nd mid lieiienil A&i'iil>.
tiltt s II \ M I I \ \
Tlic Pictnresnne Route of Texas!
dull', Cclorailo aiij Santa Fe Ev
Al GALVESTON with Mallory Line -<f
Pr imers for Key West and Npw York,
w ith Morgan Line steamers foi New Or-
!,-ans In<!ianola, Brownsville, Corpus
u>d Vei.i Crii/, Mexico, and
■ mum > tor .ill parts «>f the world.
•ahit h an: niade
Attention public! '11
sij'ncc will sell on Mondas' May
:!>, r8^ and till sold Hlooinbargh
feCo's., lull stock. So lor bar-
■ Miiis he oil hail i cany.
J. W, Sun/i-K Assignee
\tt< ntiui) Kln tneii.
lirot'i'rirH nt ^ o*t»
I laving lately purchased the
Success Saloon I will close out
:ls" | illy entire stuck "f Staple and
Fancy (irpceries at actual cost
intending to make a speciality
of Fine Liquors, wines, cigars
and tobacco Those wanting
bargains m the grocery line
should give me a tall.
JoR 1 .ti VI.
Miss Florence Felton, late of
Galveston, take? this method of
informing the citizens of Prcn-
ham that she is now prepared to
give instructions on the piano.
For particulars apply at C. C.
I ieb s music store.
Attention Public ' The a.;
Mfrncc will sell on Monday May
2C), '8: and till .sold Plootibargh
& Co's., full stock. So for bar-
gains be on hand early,
j. VV. Swii/kk, Assignee.
Wall paper in every variety
and style at E. Rp.ichardt.
11,,, i ^ ,1,. ,i, i ,•, , i .1' ■■ - «I l,iii'l, On *
ilc, [i,>11h I-i'nliAm. l«r ] ,»rti
,1! . IJ.j ly in II ■ I II ru "I
■ 111ri II M If
Mil' tllti «o|| llUltli,
ii-ii »4lmtra»'l-, writf
1 M 111 I - , loll II ; I! 1' t IK'I I
(lull I ,11 It* 1 * t'-I rJ|lw
i 11 V ♦' "*t t K i ■'
• ,«llt\ fs ollf
\S M1.11 >■('\ |»11 • ' HUM!
n inn nv t ttiiiu • • ol 11
but »M'f*tl> in W.v Miiik'lun
II. BKAUMONT, M It
BRKNHAM. I rw
ttf ' in I"- fiuin-l it In- "ft:
the square In tr.-il c^tal*1 l-iul.tir.^ dunn-K.
tlit ilay unit at hi p .-.nUni. .it nitht jantfiw
||l \\, v|,,o w II V li,"in •' t M- x ■ t« >
Xr l<loo, Vinson & Mc ldoo.
Will i»rh' tl'
i'^r|«»r« r.ut »•
; , . . O..
k tuft*, nnd
I ir I \\ a-! •
. m A Htf i-
il.^ I nlo !
I E Mt \ I
II N ll.VM)
VINSON .V M-AD'H).
Atloruoyn n! J_invv.
\ Ml UK M. r t A 11 \i»t M
111 f ii tin in t • '
AT AflCOL* "'tit I A'i N. K. K. for COr
Inml'i.i m I 1 owns in Ununria county.
AT ROSENBERG «nl« H. & S* A
Ky. 'sun i li out.*) for C<ilnnilm>, Wti-
' . II i' n • ii ni, I ulinq, Sin Anlonu.
I 1 ' v.il'1.- m l Wc.icrn Texa« jhH
M'-v- ■ ; hf-«> Inr IIniinton and Star anil
< i' 'til Kmilc fin Ik'.iumonl, OranRr,
lit luil'- . tlic 'Id he Country, Ntw
Orli'MuWliil .ill point, in thr Soulh-cji^l,
N 'Ii .m l I .i,(, uiih New VnrV, Tf**»
Mi- .ir K'y for Wh.n'.'jn, Victoria
■inil - ui'ins on ili.it Jini',
AT RRENHAM with thr 11. A T. C. Ky.
I.Wf '. in li.,iiii li| fur IIfinpvif.ul, I H-
. ii.i, I'.i'liting., Mi I i.i-tc .in'l Austin
AT MILANO I- & N. ky. tor
IliMini". ralcstinf, Kockrlal*, Round
1" k. t Icoipt'timn, Austin, San Maico.,
V- i I -1.iiinfi-1 -. S.iii AnioiiKi .mil I,.uerlf..
AT TEMPLE with Mi>.>r»tui l\u itir K'y (nr
AT MORGAN »>th T. Ky. for Waco.
lv" . 11: ". Irt'lell, C i>co And ill points
• •n that line.
AT CLEBURNE withC. T. M.CRy for
Mvai.ulo, (' ,).\r Hill, l)allas and the
N t'i, 1..i i anrl West.
Th, annual election ol chief
'< and two assistant clitcfs to
serve our department for the i
i next year, will take place at the i
I tity hall on Monday June 26th, j
o'clock p. ni. Delegates
mi' i,l'ner '.n Riverton coal
nc nti-j- Springfield, III., was
andVSk- keR °f Bun P°W(!cr
c sr"okl»f? ■» |«pc. The 111111-
11'11' 'His and thattog/ thei to
""""t for illc explosion
Unon motion it wai decided 1 at 1 .
delegates to the state I are requested lo be pjneija
to elect 12 „
convention, one from each Jus
ticc Precinct and five from the A.
county at large. The lolloWing
i.;t.-nth'tilt 11 We 1. then < hnsen ,r.
iitlegates to the 1 iniventmii I"
R. A. Marvin, Chief.
Mi vi-u, Sec'v. H- I''- "■
Attention 1'uhlic I The as-
signee will sell 011 Monday May
29, '8-' and till soKl Hlooinbargh
& Go's., full stock; So lor bar-
gains be on hand early.^
J. W. Svvit/.'f.k, Assignee.
IrtT \ I'at'n m the ."Ic oficn r.'inf-
li iiii tin' livi-1, an I is icli'-ifl I y ' ir'rr
1 -ill,- I .,1 I'iII .
I,i«lnot «* mikI < igi%r«.
\|ii M -vkv kfp. on riaml a' -ill timM
a full hii'- ' f the tine I Wink., 1 I'jOf K .,
,in<l t l' ,ah . also St, l.oui.- Ilcer
Ji'st received, a fresh lot pf
straw matting and musquito
bars K. Rrichahut.
-iipai m IN
I I !<
it S > 5
Apply to Chai'
;il l.ieb's book
CUT1.1 KV. I'.iH.r 1 ooi s, C VOTINGS
t-aminp Irnpl'ncn'S ll"i-^. f nanis flow
Iron, ^'rcl, funking anil llntmjj Mo\e».
Stove Trimmings ami Tinware of all kinil.,
flint -, Oil-, Varmshr. anil window Ula-ij,
Huggv an '■ W-jim in.ufiii.il Hiil'hct Heltmc
fmm I ij in il iiichui wide.1 racking uf
all kinil , and all arliclei ai'|'«rtiiipinc ti> the
llar'lwuf* Ini in* i. Mam itrrrt,
I \n. I '7* l'.rrnh'tt!i.Te*a«».
W 111 |»i 'i U- ■' »n Ua
( mrf- "I 'it ■ • -
t! m gl\ i-ii t" Uf -tI' -i f
ai >1 - "'ini< n.rtii «• m;. H
A (ti'Mlnr- ''."Ik
I t. IS IIw I \ ,
I 1 Ht» f i'll
r i 1M' Hit''TI •
• 111 tt'. . |«
t l.l'l lltl;-:*
AT PORT WORTH »>th M -. l'aaii, ami
11-\ i \ I'antn: Ky>. for all points m
il, i laics, i' i Kl l'»«i, Santa Fe, San
tiaini-,,, anil thf 1'ai'itic Coast, anH for
K'.in.a. I ity, St. I oui-, Chn igo, New
\' ik .nn 1 iminls North. Ka.t anil West.
Ka.shinnabl • Milliner, I )r
See tint yoiu tiikrls rea.l over this tinr.
Vor full intumialiun aililress—
OSt'AK C. MURRAY,
(ien. I'a»i Ar't. (l»Wesloti, Texas.
ii« 'lii | .iirun iu'
limit HM'I Slitlllh ''lit' I'M" It' t - 111"' Itt
«f»"'i t llMlliC Jtll'l tilling . It illt
ii|h ii < i»'t»fliit' |>rtnt inn-i'iv
t.'ffli; in iith i •'♦♦rf tin t't m till . It nt
tn#' .tn ! "lilt"I I I" ('"• VV II' I \ll -' • I
U A t! »l Ml.'p III til. I,. ||»III til 1 ill' It:
M.irK. I -iim i "i'l M-Ilt \t' Ittl f 11 • »| i »•
Mt *. I. >. I)! N v
!'■ » •
Ii-lr, R.'l'ii -i, .v C
(Suci i- -' '
Qcneral Insurance A
UK I Ml AM I'l'XAS.
^ ^ t n
I- nc, il .,i tin, I it'
an. • wfjttcn at the*
roiii|.ann' m tli' v
, I rf.-.
,,, \, , ■ ' III III
..we.ti.il' -. in :!m '.e-t-
.,i|,I. s.h< in,'Iiry I'V
, ! , v.I,' .*
L. A. NIEBUHR & CO.,
Clothing, and Gents Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Caps, Roots,
Shoes, Trunks, Vahces.
tKiugbsi si., (New huil.ling, New fctorc.)
Iii Ilu .Iiy gmxls ite|iarlment will he
f,mini i roui|.letc a.siirlnient uf the latest
.t\li - nf iliess youds, notii>ns glove# amt
Irltiimjnu.. We .dsn keen in stmk .i C"<xl
i .tirimcnl uf Qnecn,, tif.iss ami Karthen-
iv lie- In addition to our general merchan-
dise department we have a lar^e stoek ot
All are invited to call ami «.umine oa
^ixuls and juices I»t-fvs*c vv chrtsin^ ebtr
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