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nd mt t-t tnnm
Aa iQiutrupdlka-k E"JJ
to tt mimtil and iiun
ofCMaWJcumlrratcta. It wbcmr
lIU)Ed mKvefmP2cctiaB! hovta
'v in in ar?kal maUm. 11 and lvflaarw
lutiiill ajrl iboald nA an&trtwrTc)t:U
how ht BTwTi tha l-pflth- awJ futeWijm.tiul
lkajyl rbecka rM trrmhtoa ot rach i Om bra aaxT .
f tnt UarrU GaltW In th- vnri, Fiw MerMf
'la-L Tm aicnor nxay fa ronfnRAlperMiBMhrray
loi nvafhraublTTt aniifkMjnl In hi rrkf ddrataa
ftz. A. O. OUX 1CJ ilncfvn uCtkajo, VL
Tciuvestiii" nccrnins interest
-on it in his iavorito securities.
Washington, Jan. i In the
" Senate, Mr. Conkling presented
Retition of banters, merchants
aim other business men of New
York city in: regard to an am
icable settlement of the prcsi
v dential. contest, expressing the
bppe that partv considerations
" will be laid asiile and pure un
serfiih. patriotism control the
Wnio"ton, Jan. 4. Tbe
HxH&e pissed hill granting a
jentt'preight dollar a month
tii BoldierSHnd sailors of the
'Mexican, Florida and Black
wfc. wars, aud their widows.
des persons under oI
lington, Jan. 4. In pre
the petition of Neu
rit business men to-day Sen-
7jkWOv"Kiing, wuose position
5sg?ru to me presiaency mis
Dften looked forward to with
f hope by the country and" fear
f.Sj the Republican desperadoes,
fcpoke of tin character and
standing of those signing the
petition, and said they were
tnea long and honorably iis
ciated with groat enterprises
SES'ATOE CONKLISGS roSITIOK.
F-vnlfrlit linV 1h- mnicft fnr liim
idd liis avowal of his sym-
jJiVj with the appeal ot the
ciioners iyr uuiriuiic anu
InP action. The observance
lie. 'constitution, obedience
ivv aud mair.tainance ot
.were not parly questions
irty proceeclh'K. Parties
ft contend, and should con-
, over measures and men,
when a question had been
lifted to the ballot-box,
was but one lawful duty,
tful proceeding remain-
that was to find the
ft, true result, declare it
Fabide by it. That was the
: of the hour. It rested on
Senate; it rested on the
lisi; it reitea ou everv cu
be republic. Party in-
y-ell as patriotism and
Eipteu in one direc-
Light one lesson; that
kwuoever stands on
right sliall nor tall;
retaiids on falsehood
ksliall be overthrown.
i Jan. 4 At 5 p. m.
at the new resi-
t.tl loss, a little
i In the
Kitr senate, a
ki minority ol two.
iong the people that
party and partisans dare not
Columbia, Jan. 5 General
Hampton says, in relation to
Judge ilackey's interview with
Gov, Hayes, Mackcy wjis not
authorized to speak for him or
the Democracy of South Caro
lina. He believes Tilden fairly
elected, and that the people de
sire a peaceful and constitution
al solution ot the question.
New Orleans. Jan, 5. The
Republican Legislature passed
a bill repealing the law limit
ing the supply ot stationery to
three dollars worth tor each
member for the session, AI:-o,
pas.-ed a bill supplying each
member with a copy ot
the Revised Statutes. Also,
a protest againsj the closing of
The Democratic Legislature
adopted an adilrea to the peo
ple of Loui.-iana, reviewing
the recent canvass and election,
the action of the Returning
Board, the events of January
1st, barricading ot the State
Kellogg has nominated Al
fred Sh.iw tor Judge ot the
new Superior Civil Court.
Nicholls and Par-kard will
be inaugurated on Monday by
their respective followers, and
each ot the Governors will
doubtless proceed to organize
a State sovernment.
New York, Jan. 5. A Nsw
Orleans special to the Herald,
dated January 4th says : The
Republican: arc enrollius; mili
tia daily, and Gen. Long-tfreot,
who arrived yesterday, will be
in command. An pxeciUiveor
der has been issued on the
State Treasury to pay no more
money out ot the interest,
school and general funds, all
present funds being held sub
ject to order lor defensive
No forcible opposition will
be made to prevent Nicholl's
inauguration, but all tha State
offices are strongly gi:anled by
the police, and will be defend
ed Ironi any attempt to take
Luling, Jan. C Between 0
and 10 o'clock last .night, the
store-house ot L. Lichteiiatein,
was discovered :obeon lire ; the
fl.unes spread rapidly consuming
the entire block, in winch there
were eleven business firm.
Only one firm insured, Miller&
Mason, who carried a policy of
$4,500. Total loss estimated at
Paris, Jan. 6 The largest
sugar refiner)- of Nantes has
stopped work lor want of raw
material. Mai'y other houses
have discharged their workmen.
New Orleans,' Jan. t! The
Republican legislature passed
"s the Sen-
!au to agree, but
T ho will proceed to
Ticcordance with the con-
itntion as lie interprets it.
w . ... ...
Montpelier, Vt., Jan. C The
Democratic State Committee
have issued invitations to lead
ing Demociats to meet for con
sultation January 8,- at Wash
ington. Railway, N. J., Jan. C. Last
evening V alter Lewis, aged 12
years, Wa administered ether
y Dr. Westlake, in ardir to
have a tooth extracted, and in
iittcen minutes the boy was
dead. It is believed death re
sulted Irom irregulatioii ot the
heart, as the ether administered
was not enough to render him
entirely uiu-oiisciou. Westlake
i prominent in his-profession.
He has not been arrested.
New York, Jan. 6. An At
lanta, Ga.. dispatch says two
compauie. of tlu Second Regi
ment of United States troops
left last evening for JefFerson -ville,
Ind.. leaving only part of
one company in charge of the
barracks. Tw companies uf
the Sixteenth Regiment now in
Alabjtu.a aro also eaiii to be or
dered to Jeflersonville.
Augusta, Jan. C. The live
negroes w'io murdered Haiu
uiau and Per'man, near Aiken,
S. C, last November, have
been found guilty ot murder
in the liret degree. The mur
dered men were respectable
German citizens. One ot the
negroes j-onfessed the ciune and
gave the names of other prom
inetit citizens whom the gang
of whi-h he was a member in
tended to murder.
"Washington, January C. A
special to the New Orleans
Times says there h much gos
sip here this morning about
the outlook, as it touches upon
the prospective count of the
electoral vote, and the contin
gencies likely to arise
It is stated by many Demo
crats that if the representa
tives of the party become con
vinced that Tilden cannot be
declared the elected President,
they will take ground for a
new election, and vigorously
insist upon maintaining it.
In discussing this matter
niaiiv Republicans, without
committing themselves to any
other expression of opinion, say
that in the event of a new
election being ordered there
will be a very strong effort
looking to renomiuation of
This proposition docs not,
however, find pronounced favor
save among Southern Republi
cans and a lew of their ultra
Thelutemal Revenue receipts
from Teas, as given by the
Commissioner, for the last fiscal
year, amounted to 531,153.4S
Piigsxix RtsTAUUAXT. Fresli
Oysters received ever day, and
served in all styles. Meals at
7owinsr out ot a
Me wli i trv them
ielijrht over their apeeiiy
irdt nif "rent pleasure to ai'd
SiVteMliimnr for ill binefitl lmw-r-
crivi-d f pun HnliumiV Aujjik. hi d Liv
rr Pad. F.ir"Vt-r twi-nlv rr- I lixvr
mltirrd tin hnriura a nliiir out f
tnrpid liver nnd dj""!1"!, ccmupn
niwl with violent liidclir,Hc. Willi,
i r few wiiln u;kt Uilig llle P"ll nil
tliege 1 tig endured ills left n e mid m
pelte reltloreli. 1 lilve pained lw lilv
tliree ponndH in ! tnnuili and eel
ii-l.y leffiored to li'allli, for wldrh I
feel indebted to HnliiiHiiV invalmib
Pad c;.m.vim tFEU.K.
(If Tliompo-"1. OooJrh h & Co., Hal
Price 2 Hiid $ I. Will fend liy mail
when drnjr iix do not keep them.
Send for bnk containK mnch valnalile
insinuation about thi oml-rtiil cura
tive. Pa. D. W Fahici'Ild. Prop.,
jrTwGm Cincinnati, O
Yur m-iiKT am! buy one tirtwo lMtt1i
f Pr J. Kwin Smith's Ilstir K-it
t'rt-r. Ir will rrtatn a nw prnriuf
hair iinn bald lira -. (e hnvt- un
mNtikab'e proof nnd umil U frtt,) it
Hair from falling nut at iimi ; will
rleanfte the tculp tnim all dnudiutl.
will make the h ir cror thirk. long
thl rapi.llr, in a liiUIr jierfuined lour
Iresinr. d.)ert not contain pucr ot
lead, (oilp'iui, or other poidon. It ou
T prow 1 nj ami MMik lieauiifnl, use
it no one i 1 be disappointed. Price.
l 00. or 3 bottle? fm 52 50. Addre
I)r J. I'. Dro'uiroole. I. -uisville, Ky.,
and reciere a lxKik filleil with uniuia
tak lile . vi'lenre I all we par.
Arc lue iM.st i.li.uu.f,
lite Liast t tuijlualed.
HaTB tirralir Faillitic,
tou5i.un; ll.c Livst iarl,
U ill B.ike, Co- k, lt sst mm Uio I iu.i.l,
er and more even than any other
a o e made
C3-THEV HAVE SO EQUALJ
Orst Prruin u. ht m. Uniie Fair, 186fi.
First I'lemiuni at St. lyora Fair, 16U7.
iod e. al nlL- uiHiaiiH StateFair I8GS
Firdt Pieifiium at M. Iiuis Fair, lbtiS.
First Premium at Memphis F ir, 1MW.
1'. ch lln 'fm a the S, lxmi Fair, ItMKI.
Fin-t Premium at Mi mphix Fn'r, lt70.
FirBt Premium a: Texu S.atu Fair 1871
First Premium atTexna s-"tateFair 3874
Firnt Premium at Memp'dR F.iir, 1ST1.
Fir-t Premium at (ieor-riaStateFair 1871
And every Fair almost without exce
lion where pa on trial.
Every Stove Warranted.
Kten-U"tt T.p, lilt Hittli or low
down reservoir WeaSo miinufnclure
Hnnim-led Worknf all kind?. Culinary
ami Plumbers' (? da.&c
BUCK'S STOVK COUPAM',
720 and 722 Main street, 'St. l,ouii.
Maniifnctiireiaol varietiea of Co-'king
and lleaiinp tl ve. Sample t-atdi- and
Price List lurni-hed n application.
marSlwly llrentiam ltiis.
;v-n, .---- sMzacpjCftr
A Card to llic Pabllc.
It havipp come to our knowledge
that rertain pe'gina hire b en fraudu
lently rep e-eutinp themselves apenta
ot our Church, aud under that pretence
KHiudlin, in aniioyiujr. tniny of the
beuevoVntly inciined amonir our w ite
fellow c'niz -n; ilili is to inform 'lie
public that by a vote of our church
Mr. Wiley Hubert has been apio!uted
our apeiit nud that he and the pastor
in charpr, Kev. Alexandir Sco;t, only
are authorized to aolirit or receive do
nation for our church.
Br order ol the. Trustees of the A.
M. E. Church ot Brenlittn.
Brciaiv-n, Jan. ftih, '77. tf
it -d ti Aran imn an I Italian Mar-
Tile. Aiji-nia tor sc-itcn urauue, iron
It-iliui; tor Imilni; place and lota.
Ju.M&id, 1370-1 v.
liocate-l t) miles Eiu-t of Brenhats, on
the Waalilnirtim County Itailroad.
Willi eleven years exn rlence in the
Xurfu-.-y buninefs in this Coanty, I cai.
iffer as line seleciionR of
Fruit Trees, Grape Vines;
Orna-nental Shrubbery, He.
n can U louud any where.
Full descriptive Catalogues rnt to
nnv adilti-sa u(-ou appiii-atioo.
The Hardens, U round and whole
Nurstry Stock, .ire fr e for inspection
al all t fines to the public, without their
l-einp expecied to purchase anything it
they do not wi-h to.
I will hav ma y ne fruit and or.
oatnenti.1 tn-s for eale next fall, and
Mil l. p -n-M-'l toshow-thetu turisitors
while Ihev are urowiuir.
W. WATSON. Proprietor
nreiiham. Jtav 2:t.dv. -1871
Pits or Spilepsy.
Any x-rson alQ cieil with tlie above
i-ei-eia n lestil to send their ad-lr.-.J
to Ai i .V l(D'.ihiii-, an t a trial box
f Ur lioiilam'sinlallilile Fit Pcwders
m beseiit lo tli-iu,ln uiail,Kjnt paid,
tr-e. Tli-se i.irtders htveureii tested
by iiumlr.-lsoj cae in th Old world,
.iinl a p tmatieit uro Ins beeiithere
1'ilt in ev. ry instanre. Sull'ereM from
thi-i disease sVoiilU uive lllese. powders
al early trial, as its curative powers
re won 1-ful, many wrms having
been cur-d by a I ial lsix.
Price for larp.! !i -J, br mail, post paid
t.:tu lia t of the liiiite-1 States or
Afiriss ASH It IBB1NS,
SUU Fultou Street,
oct ly Bruoklyn, N. Y
U i:it inti Imautiftil wo kf the kind
in the irl'(. It coat-thi- n-arly 150
pae-s liutidrrtli of Hnei ill ..--trait ms
mid mx Ciiioimo PiAtn of Flowers,
lK-atnifuIlr ilrawn nii-i colored from
nn ure. I'rlrv50 cius In jMir covers.
1.00 in tl hqicIo h. Printed in Her
man an l English.
VirkV Fwi hI Guide, Quarterly, 25
ceiit- a yjrar.
V ckd ataloiruc 000 illudtrations
only 2 cet.tn. Addr m
James Vick. lC-rhter, N. T.
M. SISOELTAUV & CO.,
House and Si?u Painters,
Painting, Graining, Gilding
and Marbling, Plain and
Decorated Paper Hanging,
cGc, it'f.. die.
Satisfaction piveti and all work guar
anteed. Shop under the Bookstore.
Aupubl ISth, l87Cd&wtf.
TTlOK I he sp.edy ture f seminal
1 weakness, loit ma do od, and all
disorden- brought on by indiscretions
or execs-. Any druggist Las the ia
W. DAVIDSON A CO,
S3 Xaseau Ql , Qr? York.
T&e Breoba-o Eamier
I ... I
ji Jo;iK U..KAXKI3T, II
VS. ""KMUJI.TfXae yi
lit have yielded
our present State-
Sues from a strictly democratic standpoint, independent
,ny clique or ring.
Thk Basnee opposes and
corruplion ot the party now controlling the" affairs of the Gcueral
Government, and favors an early restoration of the. same into the
care and guidance of competent and honest officials the true rep
resentatives ot the people. It also favors the most rigid economy
in the administration of the affairs of Government, both State and
Federal, that labor may be lightly burdened by taxation.
DE.UTDBE FURSITURE ! t
MAIN STRKKT, BREMIAU, TEXAS.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Such a Besteads. TVardrobe, Sofas,
liouiijrc, Chiirs, Bureau, and in fact
every article dnaired by housekeepers.
UKDKitTAEl.NO will continue tn re
ceive prompt attention. Coffins made to
order. Also, Meialic Burial Cases and
Coffin Trimmings n hand at all time;
(Kladen'a Brick Buiidinjr.)
Corner Main and Douglass Streets,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries asd SProTisioas
- FA2TILT SUPPLIES,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER,
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Snitff
Powder, Shot, Caps, Paints,
Oils, Wooden-ware, Nails,
Pope, Brushes, Collars,
Homes, Traces, Jars,
Jugs, Wines and
Sola Agent for the celebrated
LONDON SWAN GIN,
W. J. Lejip's Celebrateu
ST. LOUIS BOTTLED BEER
In quarts and pints, Superior to any
X3 The litohett market price paid
for Cotton, Hides and other Country
produce. March 1. IS74-T-
THE HOMEWARD. STAR,
1 Monthly Publication,
Agriculture, Literature and'
Eight Pages 40 Columns Quarto.
One copy one year $1 00
GEORGE W. HINKI.E,
Editor and Proprietor,
Illustrated Priced .Catalogue.
Fitly pages SOU illustrations, wilk
Descriptions -f thousands of the best
flowers and vegetables in the world,
and the way to grow them all tor a
two ceut pistage stamp. Prtnted'in
German and English.
Tick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25
cents a year.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden
50 eents in paier; in elejrant cloth cov
ers, $1.00. Address
JauesYics. Rochester, N. T
Flower and Vegetable Seds
are planted by a million people in
Vick's Catalogue 300 illustrations
only 2 cents.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 28
cents a J ear.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden
50 ceBls; with elegant cloth covers
All my publications are printed In
English and German. Addrta
Jaujj Vita. Roche ter. i7. T,
R,) we have
iking and stri-
r&tto continue our
ITavo so long and faithfnlh
ever hecn found battling for the
iving principles of the Democratic party.
a cordial and hearty support ti
Government. We discuss al!
deprecates the extravagance ant
Saddlery at Centennial Priced
THE undersigned, determined- no
to be outdone or undersold, is uom
Saddles and Harness
a reduced prices, while repairing U
done at Centennial rules. I am als
'uncle Sam's" Harness Oil,
lbs best in nse Shop nn Sandy street
In the Peilker building, opposite Gat
Schwatz. All woik cash nn deliveri
Dry Goods and Groceries, No
tions, Cigars and Tobacco.
Peuker building, corner Su Charles snd
San. y ttreets, Btenhatu.
Our stork is complete and will tx
sold at small profiits for cash or cuintry
E stray Iotice.
Talen np by John IK Phean and e
traynl before B. A Watson. J p Pre
cinct No. 4, lla-hinjrton connty. on the
7th uay of Kovember 18TC, a man
and colt; bay mare about 14 hands
hhih, three white feet, about II year
old, brai ded 5: I ay horse colt abou'
sis mo-illi old. boih'appraiaed br J. It
Blocker and W, P Mayfield at $J0.
Taken up by S. N Maddor, and es
trayeil lieforoB. A. Watson, J. P. Pie
cinct No 4. Washington county, on th
1st of October 1S70. a biy mare with
lie lelt hip knocked down, about 14
hards hiirh. 11 vears old. branded or
the left shoulder 1IC; mid mare had
two colts, o e 1 year old, the thertwir
yiarso'd. jill appraird hv Wm. Eid
son and Y. M. Parish at ?',2 00.
dec29w4t c. c. c. tv. c.
Gin acd Press Repairer,
Backhorn, Austin Coaoty, Texas.
.H&8 h&d-an extersive experience in
rtiirliitr f ,i,ir f3i,i TTiIi.kt l)ni!lltiip of
(lilt llwirim rVitfj.n Pm.b, a.1 aid,.
does carpenters woik Refers to Capl.
J. S. Smith. J. F Matthew, Ed. ' ha
....Ti t -i. .--I .i. i -.i ... r
-n, a'nin vacusie, aim umcia k Liwir
All orders left w'th John Carlisle.
Chappel) Hill, fir addressed to tne at
Dickliorii. will meet with p-ompt at
tention. - ' Oct. 03m.
Fruit Tets. A Large as
sortment well grown,
and of fine varie
ties -all Bud-
"Will sell our surplus
Peach, PearAfc Flit Trees,.
At low Figures and take
Zfote Dae Sffov. 1, 2877.
Farmers supply yourselves
at low prices and get the time.
Lai i at'tnoJNur&ery.
JOHN T. HiSIiBEItT, Manager.
Por C C. HsMMXsa. decttwia Z2w
.Mark These Facts.
The testimony ot the whole world..
-I had nnaputtt; Holluoay'a Pills
save me a lr ntly one."
"Your Pill are mrvel"us." '"ft
'I end loe another box. and kt rp-
llrtll ill.lheni hnuiie." .
"Pi. Ilolloway lias cured my lirachj" .
ache thtt w as chronic "
"I Bave ore of y ur Pil!a to my I al 1
fr tlsol ra norlm. The dear little,
'bine i't well In a day." "
"My nausea of a morning is .now i,
'Tour box of hnltowai 'a Ointment
cured me of nniaia in tl.ef head. 1
nbbetl ponieef your olninient behind
l.e ear, and the md-'eh-'S left."
"Sh-wI me twojboxey; I want one for
i poor family."-' .
"I enclose a dollat; ynurptl e la 23 r
eenta, JuLthe medicine to me is wntth
i tl liar." -1 :
end me fire boxes ol your Pills " .
l,et me have three boxes of your ."
Pills by retu-n mall" ' -
I have over SfOsurli testimonials aa
thee, but want ol space cojh1 mo"
For Cutaneous I)iorIcr!, '
And all erup'inna of ihe-hktn this
Ointment is ino-i intslucbl . It 'I"''",
not beal externally ah re. but pena"
trates with th siiMt searching etfecta
to the very root ol the evil. (
Eolloway's Sills. ",)
Invariably cure the folhminjr diseases.
D'sordorof the Kislncjs.
In all dieaes atn-ctiutl es orcana
whether they secrete too murlunrtoo!
liule water: or whether they be- afflict- ,
eil with stone or pravel, or with aches
and pair.s sittled in the hins tiveri!iji
n gions ol the kidne" s, these" Pills
should lie taken accorIin to th- print
ed diiectinn-, and the Oil titient shonlrffc:
le well rubbed into the small -t tin
bark at bed time Tl.is treatment will
irive almost immediate, relief when all;
other mi-ani have failed.
TorStoniscIiscnt or Order. "
No medicine so ifTciitally imt-roves
the lime of the stomirhas these Pill;
lliey remove all acidity craiored i ith
er by liilemeraiiCe or imprest diet.5
Th"-y reach the lier nnd reduce It lna
hi-nfihy action; they am wonderfully
efficacious in- cases ot spasm in lact
ther i ever fail in curing all disorders,
ot th" liver and sterna h.
Hi llowey's Fill'arn lh K-st krnwn
in the world lor the followlnjrdie.-ij'sr
Aune. Asthma. Bill us Complaints,
Blotches on tbe Skin, B wls, Con-t
iimpti-ui, P'-biiit . Pmp-y. Oysenterr,
Erys iiela Fi male irreutariiiea Fe-'
vers of all kinris.Fits.'Jont, Ileadarhe,, "
tndifft-stinn. 'Ii.flamtnalion. Jaurdlre.
oitmlnoo. Files, lllieuniati-m. lieten
lion "f iirin--, Pcrofn'a or KinjVEvllr
SoreTlirotis. Sione ard (I ravel Tic
Donloureux. Tnmois, Ulrers. Wormanf
all kinds, weakness from any caitfe, etc
None ate trenulne unli-ss the eiffra-
ure of J. llayib-rk, as apent frr..he(
united btales. rnrrnunus tarhboxot
Pills and O.ntnunt. A haids5mSfo-
ward will ! jriven to any one rrnder-
ir rtich informaiion as nuiy lead to
thedettction of any latlv or parlies
coupterfcittnjr lb" medicines or vend
ing the sane, knowing them to bo
eptirions. ' -
VSiilii at the manufartnrv of Pro-
stor Ilolloway t; Co., NeTT Tork, and
by all risp-rtable druirristH and ileal
er in medicine tliroujjhnt the einl a
eil world. in boxr at 2.jc-nts C3 reita
and$ carh. fTIierelscot.sii'erablo
saeltiif bv laklnjr th" larger siz.'s. ,is"
N. B. Dlrertions for the jMiidarcf or
patients in ever- di order an- affixed
toeach box rj-Oflicu, 112 l.ib.-tty'
St. New York. declOwlr
STOLEN Irom my hnu-e on TnesdarT
niriit laht, a new fii"l-iisrpelsd..
die. The tree I a Smith tree, I' ree
r blieil cantel. I will jmiv a liberal ro
ward tor the retnrn of the saddle;, and
an additional reward for tliejhief.'wlthr
evidenre sufficient to rnrvirt. ''ii
iivl7.!iwlw F11ITZ FISHER.' .
Land for Sale ,,-'.
A splendid homesn ad on hifrhp-al-rie.
Iliirleson ciumty, nine telle south
of Caldwell. Tract coota ns 175 acre .
one hal prairie. th other liall timber ;
40 acre ire culiivat on, piaid drCelllnt;'
and nulhou.'M'. ci-teru and fine or
rhatd The plHce can lw pnrehaaf
cheaf nd uneasy Mm Apt'Irnn the
preiuNe to S. V.'. AlbtiRlil, r to T. J .
raHipell, lin-nbarj. invs-sm ' -
a 1 a. OULEsBY
Gia-Drcsscr and Repairer,
Uempatcad, Texas. '
Takes pleasure In announcing? that lis
la now prepared In apply to' 'inshlii
new Patent Uin-Drvss at reasonable
rates. My mode i)f dres is supi rinr'to
the briar-point, or any other in use; inf
amtich as it does unt nap, cleans the.
seeds, makes a lietier iumple and gtu9
All orders sent tn me a llcr.ipftend
jr lelt at the Urenliam Baxxek otlice
will receive prompt attention.
septSly T B OOLESBY.
it b MK-KKTT, nrany -j)tvAttDa
Brenham Tex, Late of S3: IiiuTa MoI
Gak Siill rjarsery.v y "
Qreen-hone and Bendinc Flants.lfor
aprinR planting; nlfo a choice collection s
of Evergreens, final iruits eli-lor
sale, --. "
fBhlad-tf LOCEETTiEDWAJlDS. T