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ifEWS 01' THE WEEK.
Washington, Jan. 25. The
clestor.il bill paed the Sen
ate this morning nt 7 o'clock
by 47 yeai to 17 nays. 2Cays
Meo-rs. Blaine, Bruce, (J.tiu-t'l-on
of Pennsylvania, Cameron
it V iL'onin, Clayton, Uono-
ver, Dorsey, Eaton, Hamilton,
Haailin, Ingalls, Mitchell, Mor
'tun. Brtferon. Sargent, Sher
man 'and West. Adjomned
Washington, Jan. 25. In
the lloiite the bill was pres
ented as it passed the Senate
and as reported to the House.
The previous question will be
called at 3 o'clock to-morrow.
The Inst iour hours will be de
voted to ten-ininntcs speeches.
vitl privilege to print in lie
cord by those crowded out.
The 'debate on the electoral
Tiilkcagaged the House to-day
to the 'exclusion of all other
subjects. The galleries were
crowded, and an unusual de
gree of interest, was manifest
ed in the proceedings.
Washington, Jano. J. B.
Daheri-y, a Florida telegraph
er, was before the Powers and
Privileges Committee of the
House and testified to knowl
edge of a telegram to the fol-
lowing eftect :
Secretary Chandler to Stearns
'-We are absolutely 6ure of
bo many votes, (did not remem
per thc'nnniber) and must have
Florida, South Carolina and
Louisiana by fair means and
Same to same "Send couri
ers to each county they must
be made to show a majority for
Same to same "Have seen
the President and Secretary.
SToney and troops will be sent."
Witnes- could not remember
the exact words. lie declines
to answer certain questions, as
they would criminate him un
der Florida laws, and will prob
ably be held for contempt.
.Daberry testified that a dis
patch had been handed him tor
transmission to Z. Chandler,
signed by Gov. Stearns, saying
in effect, "we cannot carry the
State for Hayes unless we have'
troops and money immediately."
Gen. Chalmers, of Mississippi,
Is here as a witness before the
Privilege and Election Commit
tee. Gov. Stearns, of Florida is
here to testify.
Chandler is quoted as saying
that he never -Bent such dis
patches as doscribed by the tel
egraph operator, Daberry. lie
will make a statement to that
effect before the committee.
Py. Mr. Lawrence: "Had
you a communication with any
body about your knowledge of
the "telegrams before you were
called on to testify here ?" "Can
you give the contents of any
other message received from any
persons other than Chandler and
Stearns between the 8th and
12th of .November?
Answer "Can not remember."
Gilbert D. Mills, an operator,
testified that he had sent tele
grams from AV. E. Chandler, in
Florida, to Z. Chandler, at
Washington in cipher.
House Committee on appro
priations agreed to report a hill
paying Eada half million dollars
money, instead ol bonds.
The Foreign Itelations Com
mittee of the House have agreed
that the address of the Irish
people to the President of the
United States is a matter that
does not call for action by Con
gress. It has transpired that it is not
considered a serious disturbance
of the statu quo for persons of
either part' in Louisiana, qual
ified with credential, to take
possession of offices voluntarily
surrendered by the holders.
These are measures ol law.
which Augur will not interfere
Washington, Jan. 20. The
debate on the compromise elec
toral bill lasted from 10 o'clock
in the morning until 5 o'clock
in the evening. It did not
abato in interest during the
whole seven hours, and from
the opening until the adjourn
ment of the session the galle
ries were crowded, and many
isitors admitted on the floor.
Sp cchcs against the bill were
made by Knott, IJIackburn and
Jone-, of Kentucky: Muls, nt
'JV.-sis-. .iml Sing'cfon and
Lvm-li. '!' Mi-sis.iipp!: while
"j earnest, pa
tient appeals tor
iiie nvo Jatter
and it was a nota-
isi.ince that just as
fperorat:on, a telegram
into his hands ail
ing his election as Senator.
he Speaker, Randall, e.er-
'cised his constitutional privil
ege of voting as a Representa
tive from Pennsylvania, and
gave Ih's vote in favor of the
bill. The vote on its passage
was, yeas iui, nays bO. All
but eighteen ol the negative
votes were given by Republi
can 3. Among the eighteen
were the following: Blackburn,
Durham, Jones and Knott, of
Kentucky; Millikcn, ol New
York; Bradford, C-ildwell, For
ney and Williams, of Alabama;
Mills, of Texas; Singleton, ot
Mississippi; and Smith, of Geor
gia. The bill now goes to the
Watterson, concluding his
speech in favor of the electoral
count bill, said: "The happi
ness and peace of forty millions
of people will rest upon the
commissioners raised by this
act. Its members will cense
be partisms; they will sit for
the whole country, and as they
discharge their frill duty will
be honored in the land- It
teems to me that if arbitration
is our only resource (as I believe
it is.) that proposed is both le
gal and just. Upon, therefore,
all good men everywhere will
rest the issue. Believing that
the God from whom we receiv
ed our fair and free system of
government is wiser than we,
we know he will bring us safe
ly through this present danger."
Darrall, of Louisiana, and
Wells, of" Mississippi, are the
only Southern Republicans who
voted for the bill.
Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 23.
Simon Rayland, colored, was
hanged yesterday at Williams
town jail for rape of a white
Columbus, O., Jan. 2G In
referring to the passage of the
bill for counting the electoral
vote, Gov. Ilayes said to a
friend several days ago, but who
only makes it public to-day : "I
want 'it distinctly understood
that I do dot desire to influence
the action of Congress one way
or the other in the matter of the
electoral bill, or any other mat
ter pertaining to the presiden
tial election. The whole thing
is in the hands of Congress, and
I shall be content with its ac
tion."' Boston, Jan. 26 The ther
mometer is from 20 to 32 be
low zero throughout New
Hampshire and Maine.
Washington, Jan. 27. The
Louisiana Committee meet in
joint session tins afternoon to
examine a vitness whose name
It is stated and believed
that Judge Carpenter, of South
Carolina, will decide that neith
er Legislature is regular; that
neither Governor was inaugu
rated under the constitutional
forms, aud that Chamberlain
holds over under his tenure
until the Legislature, organized
under the rulings of the court,
convenes, and the canvass of
the vote for State officers.
The Republican caucus of
the House selected Garfield and
Hoar as their representatives
ou the Grand Commission.
The Democrats will select the
three to which they are enti
tled on Monday night. The
Senate representatives will con
sist of three Republicans aud
two Democrats. The vote for
the second man stood, Hoar 42,
Hale of Maine, 40, Garfield
The case of ex-Scretary Bel
knap, for taking bribes, will be
called in the criminal court
The Prisident went to Bal
timore and will return to-night.
McDonald, convicted cf
whiskey frauds, will be par
doned shortly. There is no
prospect for Joyce.
Xenucr of the Louisiana Re
turning Board testified before
the Privileges and Elections
Committee that three precincts
ot Vernon parish hai been re
jected alter the Board hud pass
ed them. He had been no par
ty to the discussion over the
rejection and could not explain
how it occurred. Some ques
tions asked in connection with
the state of affairs in the par
ish, to which Lawrence object
ed, Field said that he wanted
to prove that the candidates
tor District Judge and District
Attorney were neighbors and
friends of Govenor Wells, 'and
that he altered the returns to
have them elected, but in order
( to cover the conspiracy, it -be
came also ncces-ary to change
the votes in three precincts in
the parish of Vernon, which in
this case was the motive for
altering the electoral count.
Judges Campbell, of Louisi
ana. Trumbull, of Illinois, and
probably Matt. Carpenter, ot
Wisconsin, will prepare the
Louisiana case for the Grand
Tho Committee on the reor
ganization of the Army report
to the President that they are
not at tliw time prepared to
iiihmit a pi m or make proper
u-conunciulali'-ii- l"i' lln; K'l'rm j
1 lie report is signed
secretary ot ar ami menWrs
of the joint committee ob Con-
Several Oregon telegrams
furnished by the company have
been examined. Nothing de
veloped. Washington, Jan. 27 A mes
sage was received in the Seuate
from the House announcing the
passage of the electoral bill by
that body. At 12:25 a second
message was received from the
I House announcing that the
Sneaker had signed the bill. It
was then signed by the Vice
President and sent to the Presi
dent. Wright called up the bill to
extend" the Southern Claims
Commission two years. Passed.
A bill ratifying the Sioux
treaty for the Black Hills was
Housn Indian appropriation
The members of the Louisiana
Returning Board appeared at
the bar ot the House in custody
of the sergeant-at-arms, and
r q'lts edfurthcrii neinordert)
frame an answer, and were given
30 minutes,' after which they re
turned and submitted an answer
in writing, basing their refusal
to produce certain papers before
the Committee on Louisiana
affairs, on the law of Louisiana
and in the fact of the papers be
ing in charge of the Secretary ol
Lynde offered a resolution ad
judging the members of the Re
turning Board in contempt of
authority of the House. Adopt
ed. Also, a resolution ordering
the witnesses to appear before
the special committee, aud re
manding them to tho custody ot
the sergeant-at arms. Adopted.
Holman reported a bill au
thorizing the Secretaiy of the
Trensnry to pay Eads five hun
dred thousand clollars for jetties
in the Mississippi river. Buck
ii er offered an emendment pro
viding for the payment to be
made in United States bonds,
but "without action on the bill,
New York, Jan. 27 One of
the heaviest confidence games
ever played in this city has just
been successfully accomplished.
A man named Ileun finding
;iimself. in want of money, and
having a valuable set of dia
monds estimated, at $25.p00, ap
plied to a man whom he met
down town for a loan. This
person, purporting to be a bro
ker, steered Mr. Heun to Bel
mont Hotel in Fulton street,
where, under pretense of takiirg
the diamonds to an expert, stop
ping in the hotel, placed the
confiding Henn at the bar and
walked out at the rear door.
Your money and buy one or two bottles
of Dr. J. Nfvrtnn Smith Hair Res
torer. It will create a new growth of
hair upon bald beaJp, (we have un
mistakable proof and mail it free,) it
Hair from falling out at once; will
cleanse the Bcalp from all dandrulT'.
will make the hiirgrow thiilc, lung
and rapidly, is a highly perfumed hair
greasing, does nit contain sugar or
lead, sulphur, or other poison., If you
To grow Jon and look beautiful, use
it no one will be disappointed. Price,
$100, or 3 bottles for $2 50. Address
Dr. J. P.. Dromgoole, Louisville. Ivy.,
and recieve a book filled with uninis
takable evidence of all we say.
Arc the most Durable,
The Least (.'ompliiated.
JIale ("renter Facilities,
Consume the Least r'ncl,
Will Bake, Cok, Roast and Broil quick
er and more even than any other
slo e made.
tS-TUEY HAVE XO EQUAL JSJ
First Premium at St. Louis Fair, 1806.
Firtt Premium at St. Louis Fair, 1SG7.
Gold Medal at Louisiana State Fair 1808
First Premium at St. Louis Fair, 1808.
First Premium nt Memphis Fair, 1803.;
Blue Ribbon at the St. Lduix-Fair; 1PM.
Firr-t Premium af Memphis Fair. 1S70.
First Premium at Texas S:ateFirl871
iirst Premium at Texas State Fair 1874
First Premium at Memphis Fair 1871.
FirH Premiamnt Georgia StateFairl Si 1
And eery Fair almost without excep
tion where pnt on trial.
Every Stove 'Warranted.
Extension Top,1 ith Ilij;h or low
down re?ervnir Ve'a!.o manufacture
Enameled Works of all kinds, Culinary
aud Plumbers' Goods, &c
BOCK'S STOVE COMPANY,
720 and 723 Main Street, St. Louis.
Manufactures of varieties of Cookinjr
aud Ileatinjr stoves. Sample cards and
Price List luruhed on application.
. 3VT. .A.. roCoaly.
marSl wly Ilrenharu. Texas.
pEIfHARDT & SEELnoUST,
T 1IEET IRO.Y WORKERS.
DEAI.KES IN GliNEfcAL
Ilouee Fumishlnjr Goods, Pumps of all
description", Cooking and Heating
Stoves, in large variety.
wrought Iron Pipe and Steam Fit
tings cut and fitted to order. Itoofinjj
and spouting; done at short notice.
Thankful for tl.c lilfral pntronage
betowed upon the old firm. o nspect
fully solicit a rnntiuuanon of tlia ssrue.
llrcnh.im. .luly 2jili, 157U.
IS QUELX'S DEUKIIT?
t .3 a i)l ant that crows in the Smith
atufia the o.ly hcihp.1 Moo I inntiir
ever dicorprt2 1 which all dis iv s
thit centre in the frond can Le tr.idica
tfd rt once and forvv r It exj elh fur
lite nil flcrofnlau., prphihtic, cutaneous
and 4icum.itic f!fciinn, and is the
OXLYTUCE KEMEDV Mr this cla.
of diseases. Alone, it N a tearci.iuc
alter ithc, hut when combined itli
Honduras SHrB-iimrilla, Yellow Dock
and other rou's and herb, it becomes
a blood purifier unbUT(Mt!abie and un
equalled. Such it the combination of
Dr. Tutt's SarjsapariHa and
forming the imet powvful alterative
known to the Medical Science for the
cure of old nicer aud sows, diseased
joints, foul dhchares from the taip
nostrils, Abccets.ef, pKin afitciions,
rheumatism, droiy. kid nev complaints,
evil effects ot t-t-iet practices. diM-at-ed
5ralp, disordered Uver and spVrii, and
all diseased that centre in tho blood
It o8eees the peculiar property of
hupirtiii a fair complexion and
Causes the Body to Gaiu In
Its value cannot be too Btro jrly im
pressed upon the attention of those
who have heen cxosetl to a tnint of
improiKT diameter. The afllicted are
assured that this is not 01 e ot the
worthless nostrums of the day, but ib
prepared upon scientific principle, by
a pliyician of thirty years experience.
18, Murray St , Xew York.
STAPLE AND fAA'CY
MATS, MOOTS, SHOES,
Gents1 Furnishing Goods,
Ladies and Misses
FINE, DRESS GOODS,
Hosiery, Hoods, Shawls. Robes,
Jewelry, Silks, Satins,
Lawns, &c, &c.
All of which will be sold at very rea
sonable figures for ready cash. Call and
axaminr my stock and pfict'B.
To the Public
I have taken clia'ge of Singers Sew
ing Machine Oo.V business in
Washington, Austin, Fayette, and Bur
leson counties. All parties owning the
Singer can find machine supplies at
my office, ur.der the Mclntyre hoitiie.
All parties 'wis'ung to purchase "will
please c-ill and examine the Singer
machine at my office.
The Singor Sewing Machine Compa
ny kill more machines in a year than
all tho oihei" first-class machine compa
nies combined, which proves beyond a
doubt'that the'Singer is tho best in the
Machines sold on monthly payments.
I will also repair all l;ind of ma
chines, and warrant all work done to
givo satisfaction or no pay.
I want canvassers i'i all the counties
nndcr my control. I will pvu good in
ducements. Address nil communica
tions to S. fJ. WRIGHT,
Agent for tho Sineer Machine,
Bri-nham, Washington Co.,
1' lower and Vegetable Seeds
are planted by a million people in
Yak's Catalogue 300 illustrations,
only 2 cents.
Vick's Floral Cluide, Quarterly, 25
cents a j ear.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden
GO cents; with elegant cloth covers
Ail my publications are printed in
English and German. Address
J AM KB Vilk, Uochi-ter, X. T.
Dry Goods ami Groceries, jCo
iions. Cigars and Tobacco.
Peuker buildlug, corner St. Charles end
Sam y street?, llrenham.
Our stock is complete and will be
sold at small prufiits for cash or country
Taken up by John P Pheari and e
traywl before B. A. W stson, J, P Pre
cinct X'o.4, lla-hinglon county, on the
7th, day of November 1870, a mare
and, colt; bay mare aboutM hinds
high, three whito feet, about 11 eap
old, branded o; Lay horse colt about
six niou'tln old. both appraised bv J. It.
Blocker and, W. P. May field at I0.
Taken up bv S. N Maddox, and es
trayed before" B. A. Watson, J. P. Pie
cinct No,-l, Washington county, on the
lhtof Octuber 187ti, a My mate with
the left hip knocked down, about 14
hards high, 11 years old, branded ou
the left shoulder HC; i"aid marc had
two colts, one 1 year old, tho other to
'years o'd all appraised bv Wm. Kid
son and Y. M. Parish at .i CO.
II. M. Lewis,
dec29w4t c. c. o. w . C.
Illustrated Priced Catalogue.
Fifty pages S00 illustration", with
Descriptions cf thousands of thu best
flowers and Vegetables in the world,
and the way to grow thorn all lor a
two cent postage stamp. Printed in
German aud English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25
cents a year.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden
50 cents in paper; in elegant cloth cov
ers, 1.00. Address
James Vick. Rochester, N. Y.
It C J.OCKKTT,
Late of bt l.uis Mo,
Oak Hill STursery.
Green-house and Bedding Plants, for
spring planting; also a choice uillection
of Eienrreena. small lrutts etc,, for
febl8d-tf LOCKETT & EDWARDS
1'lower and Vegetable Garden
is the mest beautiful woikof the kind
iu the world. It cint.mii nearly 130
pages, hundreds of fine illustrations,
and Mt UUroino Plates of Flowers,
beautifully drawn antt colon d Iroui
nature. Price 30 cents in paper co ers.
$1 00 in elenant cloth. Printed iu Ger
man mid Euglish.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25
cents a year.
Vick's Catalogue 300 illustrations
JAMIIS ViiB.liOthestw. X Y.
Lncted milrs Ent of Brenhim, on
the W:i-ln::gton County Hnilrond.
With e!e t-t i year eprieuce in the
Nursery buMi.M in this County, I cm.
oiler iiS fine (elections ot
Fruit 7Vtv.'. Gnqye Vines,
Ornamental Shrubbery, lite.
as can be iound anywhere.
Full det-criptie Catalogues Fnt to
anv addrii-.- upon application.
The fl inleus, rounds and whole
Nurery rilmk, are fne for inspection
at all time- to the public, v ithout their
behi expected to purchase anything il
they do not w to.
1 will have many new fruits and or
namentid trefs for Pile next fall, and
nill he p.t.i-ed to chow them to visitors
while thev are trowinir.
Wy. WATSOX. Proprietor.
lireiihaiu.Mir --I-dv -1S71
There is Money in it!
Exempt from Execution, and not Per-ishabh-.
Special Inducements to the Trade
Style 3. Everywhere for the
AV E E D
Thev are the
Retail Price, S75.00.
Simplest, Lightest Running. Best made
and mor-t reliable Sewing Machine- in
the world. (Cut this out and remem
ber it ) Addiess
Weed ScwingMnchlne Co ,
203& 205 absih Ari-.,Cbira;i.III.
For Sale by jnl2lim
31. W. .M1X.V, Proprietors.
Tombstones and Monuments
Executed in Amoixcan and Italian Mar
ble. Agents for Scotcli Granite, Irou
Uniting for burcin'.; places and lots.
JOHN ;. KAXIUX.
Treprietor. J I
Bkemi til, TEXAS
Wood & Low,
Stttdebaker Farm and Spring
Kentucliy Cane Jlills and Evap
orators. rhcriiix Cotton Gins, Etc.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Lloors,
Blind.", Etc.,- Brenham, Texas.
VKALTIt IS OlVHtAL
CUTLERY, EDGE TOOLS,
Earming Implements, Castings
Hoes, Chains, Iron, Steel,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
Stove Trimmingb and Tin-ware, ofal
hinds. Paints, Oils, A'arnishts and vtin.
dmv Glass liuggy and Wagon material
Hnhber Belting, t rum 14 to 18 inches
wide, Packing of all kinds, and all ar
tlcles appertaining to the Hardware
Fell. 1 i ain Ftreet. Brenliam
A trial bnx ol Dr. Ivisner's celebrat
ed Consumption Powder', will be sent
free, by in lil iost paid, to eery suffer
er from the abve disease. Thit is the
only prepaiation knoun to cure or
benefit that di-cit-e. Price for largv
box, $3.00. Address,
Asu & HoiilstNS
5U0 Pillion Strei t,
oct2 wly lirooklt n. X. Y
JOB WORK of all discription" done
i.itli di ;,iih nt thib oriice. j
mm if K
- tTL - leriv - !Mjrt - 'j3grugjMf3r
C "S,CivV.,NV, SW
A Baily and Weekly
ITISUSIIKI) AT liUCXH.VSt, WASIII-VOTOX COKSTy, 1VX.M.
TL&.'ESiS.'S.TS & lSZc&B.Tmm.OTX, Sditors.
Supscription Daily D per year; "Weekly $2 per year.
The Haxxcr has recently been enlarged to a thirty-two
column paper: being n'ow the largest paper ever published In the
county. It is the only English newspaper published in the county,
and i-t the acknowlcd organ of the Democracy ot Austin, "Washing
ton and Burleson counties. Its columns are always well filled
with items of State and general news, as well as sound and inter
esting Editorials upon all tho important topics ot the day.
The Banxer is, and nl ways has been the steadfast irientl of the
poor and working clas; as such, has labored for their interest and
advancement, by favoring and advocating the emmigration to our
county of intelligent and industrious white ices. It advocates the
speedy development of the vast resources of our great and grow
ing State, by encouraging the establishment of manufactories of
all kinds; favoring Itailro.id communication with sections ot our
State not yet penetrated by existing lines.
The Banwek is a zealous worker in behalf of Brenham and
Washington county. Coming to Brenham in January 1S53, when
it was but a small village of o00 inhabitants, we have watched its
onward inarch of improvement with great pride and satisfaction;
until now instead of .'500, her population is near 4000 souls, and
still her progress is onward. During this time (20 years,) we have
been iu some way connected with her journalism, working and stri
ving for the posperity of our town, and we expect to continue our
labors unremittingly, merely asking a liberal and sustaining pat
ronage at the hands of the public we have so long and faithfully
Politically, the Banner has ever been lound battling for the
triumph of the true and living principles of the Democratic party;
and, as a Democrat have yielded a cordial and hearty snpport to
Gov. (Joke and onr present State Government. "We discuss all
public issues from a strictly democratic standpoint, independent
of any clique or ring.
The Banner opposes and deprecites the extravagance and
corrupt inn of the party now controlling the affairs of the General
Government, and favors an early restoration of the same into the
care aud guidance of competent and honest officials the true rep
resentatives ol 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.
Saddlery at Centennial Priccsl
THE undersiKned, determined not
to bu outdone or undersold, is xhitv
Saddles and Harness
a reduced prices, while repairing is
done at Centennial rales. 1 am also
"Uuncle Sam's" Harness Oil,
the best in uo Shop on Sandy street,
in thu Peuker building, opposite Uabc
Schwarz, All ork cull ou delitery,
C. "W. lUjjtEtoSZN,
(Kladen's Brick Building,)
Corner Main and 1) mjrlass Streets,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries and Provisions
WHOLESALE LIQUGH DEALER,
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Snvjf
Powder, Shot, Caps, Paints,
Oils, Wooden-icare, JFails,
Pope, Brushes, Collars,
Humes, Traces, Jars,
Jags, Wines and
Sole Agent for the celebrated
LONDON SWAJT G1X,
"W. J. Lemp's Celebrated
ST. LOUIS BOTTLED BEER
In quarts and pints, Superior to any
ISJ-TIip hiuhest market price paid
for Cotton, Hides and other Country
produce. March 1, 18i4-y.
rp B. OULE3BY
Gin-Drcsscr and Repairer,
Takes pleasure in announcing that he
is now prepared to apply to gins his
new Patent Gin-Dress at reubonshl
rates. My mode of dress is superior tc
the briar-point, or any other In use; in
asmuch as it does not nap, cleans tht
seeds, makes a better sample and ginr
All orders sent to me at Hempstead
jr lclt at the Brenliam Baxneu ofri
will receive prompt attention.
eeptSly T. B. OGLESBY.
SSALI. FED BEEF.
From and after this date I will have
constantly ou hand at my stall in the
STALL FED BEEF,
of the best quality !at and juicy
which will he disposed of at reasona
ble fiirures. Call and see me.
novlTd&wln FRITZ FISHER.
Hiuing purchased tho blooded bull,
notico i hereby u'nen that he will
stand nt my stable at the low price of
i?- 00 per fcettun psvablc in corn or
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TILE HOMEWARD STAR,
A ."loathly Publication-,
Agriculture, Literature and
Eight Pages 10 Columns ijtiarto.
One copy one year $1 00
GEORGE V. HIXKLE,
Editor and Proprietor,
marSlwtf Atlanta, Ga.
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August ISth, lSTtld&wtf.
"JJDRMTCRE 1 FDRSITCRE ! !
MAIX STltEET, BKENIIAJf, TEXAB.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Such as Besteads, Wardrobes, Sofas,
Ijounges, Chairs, Bureau", and in fact
every article desired by-housekeepers.
Ui'UKiiTAKI.NG will continue to re
ceive prompt attention. Collins made to
order. Albo, Metalic Burial Cases and
CoMin Trimmings on hand at all timet
The Anicricau People.
No peopleiuthe norld sufleras much
with Dyspepsia as Americans. Al
though y ears of experience in met
cine has failed to accomplish a ce
and sure remedy for disease and its ef
fects, such as Sour Stomach, Sick
Headache, Habitual Costiveness, pal
pitation of the Heart, Heart-burn
Water brash, coming up of food alter
eating, low spirits, i'c, yet since tho
introduction of oitEES's AUUl'ar,FL0W
eh we believe there is no case of .Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint that can
not eb immediately relieved. 30,000
dozen sold hist year without one cni-e
of fail ure reported. Go to your Drug
gist 11. E. I.uliu iCo , and get a Sam
ple Bottle fr 10 cents and try it. Two
doses will relieve you. Regular Size
"jrjlOR the speedy cure of seminal
JP weakness, loat manhood, and all
disorders brought on by indiscretions
or etces-. Any druggist ha3 the in
V. DAVIDSOX A. CO..
86 Naesau St., Xcw York.
X Sample Bottle F6
If you arc Doubled with Headache
ekillnes.incapucity to keep tho mind on
any subject, dizzy, sleepy, or Dervous
feelings, gloomy forebodings, irratabil
ty of temper, or a bad taste in the
mouth, unsteady appetite, choking sen
sation in the throat, pain in the side or
about the shoulders' coldness of extrem
ities, etc. , or in fact auy symtoms of
Liver complaint, biliousness, constipa
tion of the bowels, or dyspepsia, go to
your druggist R. E. Luhn and get a
bottle of Dr. Sherman's Prickly Ash
Bitters. Xo spirit is used in their
manufacture except a pure article of
II ill.ni i Gin. Ladies in particular
will tind them peculiarly adnpted to
tln-ir wants iu all ages and conditions
of lite. The lable tells all they con
tain, consequently physioaus dn not
hesitite to prescribe- them iamplo
bitllii lor trial rice
Keiigular nUn ?I
iArrura GuldA lMdtf
ail t& lMttitm tbmalA
kjHnr en CwtaMp, lltK
AND ot tbracxi.iliTvMpi.PM.
IVlr jtctar and mt.Tmx eo tU lTtaic Dimtws, luif
Wt... .mA S..' ...
m Hrf t l,l. m mm -f. An ..-. t1i " '
: bv Ma IiWmirvIv uali4 m.IhI nl (Art. J
it liiiiiL Mn (kii.V.ut (
A rhjalolceloAl View ef IXturla tht JUrrW
tu;ti lTiwm couteuip Unr 31rna;f, on it duttci nJ ril-:ui.iileitJon,tlieMyteriofrrpi-otluetton
Ifflnnrrirt ofToutlk tuid llfWhood.in J tht Thy il
eal Sjmtt-t efWenin. Au thurwa lwok of toting-
vhtt-ri0uiJrluptin)Jtr lock ami lr. Thcrgtil
aud MuritjttijUulia. U:itirc of icLUUbas. a
under ;! firSft ci.
cf a rrlvttB Ketora in Jfcjta txtt. tHt buf inl tlitot.
d-rvtliaicxiialjri:rrn. siidtheit tent cfchxilJ0px4
Willi rtirTrmj(.'ntnrdrrtM lor Urti.
ilEDlCAI ADVICE on !f minl WvakntM. Oit E
nxy,9i n-li.ood Btiti lroaieD'mcsl(&lAnllCtUie4
t,a40ptiTcpunph'rC. fre fori a rtp.
AU th iMvo IJ ' iirrirut.v trfJ t lil Ml.
btil I)irii-r,'.b iii'd IMT. A!rtrff.
Dr. BUTTS HZ3SE2I3AS.Y, No. 13 Uorth 8th iU,
Si. Louis, ilo.
Cy cured; painless, nrjpublknty.at home and wxthotf
ireonvetaence. Ananndotetiiatstandson iy mentis
Snid sumps for particulars. DR. CARL1 ON, lSf
Ttashiiitoa Street, Chiago, 10.
1 An fTiutrtted Work S7S
ptgvs, ft pnni coaaMlor-
I to the nutirlcd and idj
naraaM an th mrrlea
orthfl kxooI trtn, iti abusMv
ct.. ltfH tfuruvnricf tn la
.rnt at ivnmtlurtian t hota
Tb t-aly htppr tn tne mam-tl rdatUm. 3Ijt atid roiale
J91.KC and uiiJJit apd ahonld nd and praMfTlt;It
t otaj-oa mrbnuauon, wMct no one can afford to ba mtn.
cuti oi nww t pfwrvv tho bcaltn. and cwaptn,and
KiTPta fAl4 thrrk. tht tm'incia otvouibitha brat and
otlr tue Mamas Gui J in tb world. Prfe Wcesta
lyMIL Tba author may be eoniulted penonUhr or bt
B tjloaurofthtiibjrcta mentioned in bia wrkAddaa
Jr. A. O. OLCf . 17 V aninjtwu at, Gucaj, 111.
Mark These Facts.
The testimony ot the vrhole world.
'I liad no appetite; Hohoay's Pill
gave me a hi arty one."
"Your Pills are marvelous."
"I send for another box, and keep
them in them houe."
"Dr. Hulloway Iirs cured my beach
ache tint was chronic "
"I gave one of your Pills tn my 1 alo
for chub ra rrorlms. Tho dear little
tiling got well in a day."
"Jly nausea of a morning is now
cured. "Your box of hollowav's Ointment
cured me of noises in the head. I
rubbed someef your ointment behind
the ears, and the noise has left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for
a poor family."
"1 enclo:e a dollar; your pii'e is 25
cents, bnt the medicine tome is woilh
"Send me five boxes of your Pill"."
"Let me have threo boxes of your
Pills by reiurn mail."
1 have over 200 such testimonials as
thee, but want of space compels me
For Cutaneous Dftordcrx,
And all eruptions of the Bkin this
Ointment is lno-t invaluAbl. It does
not heal externally alone, but pene
trates wiih til most hearching effects
to the very rriot of the evil.
Invariably cure tho following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs
whether they secrete too much or too
little water; or whether they be afflict
ed with stone or gravel, or with aches
and pains settled in tho loins over thn
regions ol the kidnevs, these Pills
should betaken according to the print
ed directions, and the Ointment should
bo well rubbed into the Pinnll of tho
back nt bid time This treatment will
gie almost immediate relief when all
other means have tailed.
Xo iuedicino so efft dually improves
tho tone of the stomach as these Pills;
they remove all acidity occasioned eith
er by intemperance or improper diet.
They reach the liver and redure it to a
healthy action; they are wonderfully
efficacious in capes of spasm in Isct
they never fail in curing all disorders
of th" liver and stoma h.
Hollow.iy's Tills are the best known
in the world for the following dUeases:
Airue. Asthma, Bilious Complaints,
Blotches on the Skin. B -wels, Con
sumption, Debilitv, Dropy, Dj fentery,
Erspela Female irregularities Fe
vers of all kinds. Fits, Gout, Headache,
Indigestion. Inflammation, Jaundice,
Lumbago. Piles. RheuinaliFm, Reten
tion of urint. Scrofula or King's EviL
SoreTliros.'s. Ston anil Gravel. Tic
Donloureux, Tumors, Ulcers, Worms of
all kinds, weakness from any cause, etc
Xone ar genuine unless, tii sigrs
ture of J. Haydnck, as agent for ho
TTnitpd Smls surrounds esrli lwiv nf
Pills and Ointment.. A liandsein
warn will le given to any one m
Ing mcli information as may
thedetiction of anv oartv ol
counterleiting me mraicme-
ing the same, knowing the
jttf-Solf nt the jnanurj.
ft swr Holloway ctfjQ
by all rcsnectahrua
ers in medicin
ed world, ibj
and $ I eat
Fruit Trees. A Large as
sortment well groicn,
and of Jine varie
"Will sell our surplus
Psaeli, Pear, Apple, ?Im Trees,
At low Figures and talce
SJote 3ne STov. 1, 1877.
Farmers supply yourselves
at low prices and get the time.
Call at the 2s ursery.
JOHX T. HERBERT, Manager.
For C. C. Hkmhino. dec6w2m d2ir
3E"its or Spilepsy.
Any person afflicted with the abova
disease is requested to send their ad
dress to Ash & Uobbins.aud a trial box.
of Dr. Goulard's infallible Fit Powders
will be sent to them, by mail, post paid,
free. These powders have been tested
by hundreds of cases in tho Old world,
and a permanent -ure his been the re
sult in ovtry instance. . Sufferers from
.thisdiseasusWihl give tSl-sw-powders
an early trial, as its curative po'vers
ure wonderful, many persons having
been cured by a trial box.
Price for largo box, by mail, post paid
to any pait of tho United Slates or
8li9 Fulton Ss rift,
iit"-wlv Brooklyn. X. V