Newspaper Page Text
iJHHJJJ.i!'i:r-'.,ii,L U'i. iirr." irrirrnr i r rr --7rr,T,"",,,,J'- -- -3aa--
tn rri -
ri&T zJmeJ&r- p
- s-Jssr 'Li" & -m JMT fe?S?T
WssO J-. I sMV. V " "-'. " UlTi
i m ii i mi i ii m i i i MCk xr TM f jm wr rs . js:v sryvvjLr-r
Iss-st ,. -y---- -- " JLJh' .
"V( "...V "V-.-rSTTT.-.t-
jouhvIN. r. jtckisivumi.
EIilor3, VabTtsuMS inS CP-roprietnrs
J'-riilaj', April :- 6, 1S77.
yon will-find -Bryant's Hotel al
.- grjoplnepto'stopjit. tis sit-
"a-3Atr"WiTSljcIaty street, a block
K MuTdThaJt w.erit.-thoyriue,,
and convemcnt:to the business
centre "aP-do" cTtyU Ch n-gc'i
juodefalc. - ., ;
(Jol. .Hamilton Stuart .who. Ins
b'eu for a long while thc-'newS
editor ji JkaX ablojournaU
OomandiejG'ArVf.. 4, cfc-t -
"H?6 were aiotbefore r.ware
ihatJColV Stuart." hiil. retired J
lUr iuc in-J
. -"WT " " . ' ' t
The city ot Dcnisoiij by "an
jdinOSTrifrtnntuioiiOrote, at a re -
cent election decided , in favor
ot tnstalniug the ree' schools of
that'eity. Denison' is "one5 'of
tli3 wide awake- cities, of the
Stat&, and hoi- marcli has becirl
something wonderful in this day
of r.rpicr progress ! "'
!.., '.." .
i- at his St63!;duto 'farm' three
miles .caspf this .placejaiuUs.
as not to ren'urc his pci'ib'nal
Ennarvisba a'l iim!i3E this-
;ason. iYJiaJl bcS rgtntns Wo:
Galveston, next week, his f imi-
j will gT ciHt1n;-'aa Mie'l1
will their devote i.imaelf tothe
Galw Soman. " ' - "
vVluUi, if t'-ioa
Tliy 3iert.umljetru alpne ,
Tu IicanstUat lxulu nnv
Jcnockeclaiit fiic?petrj Tjw addf
iuj an additTun.iTliiie:
, ... -. o. . '
XbviXTr.-Wt! have received
tbo calico hop to le jjucii by
ticketsM)ci ptirited on VaiicbT
and tliey'presonL quite n neat
apiicar.inco. as jsvj'.l averytjiiiijr
flrmyeu iir oIic, eppuectcdj
Wituyio b-)M, , , ,rtli; . s
wasnxupton. (jaunty isgoing.
iiietir apd added Ji aU tf jus, thd '
,-j'i tvjv .
oppo-jvon.t fie Irc:iii.ntJ?Ax"j
xlb, jlip'tinjuda of prohibition'
will be sndlv defea"tC5i0aud tmn
odotertotie furtber depreda
tion of-drunkchncss and i;ino-'
ranee. Geonrotou 11 Jicco'd.
lionelt prcjaJiw agtuist- BrenT
liim. It pom3 of .thu fa6t that
Jio vkb ''watcr-boand" Iier.
was bero and had no money to
bny whisky,' and cauIiltl't-Jgdt
ar rt tflick,-" airH so- liadi''to
confine- himself to vater, a bev
erage thajja noi, then ac
customed Xp-'r- i
Ox the .beautitnl
of ilrTbpinKsiiiUi? Jieacl
hae ejitc'i a9at1)abpiUf tlurty
acrcs.of orn, cultivated b'.lr.
"Y. E. Ilurpe'lV 13 ' a sfiiyd
nighbthey cleaned mitr n nice
g.irdibeIH'n2Jn5 to the List
na0i3.1 gcntletnnD.' The 'people
in that '.section,, arc" apjljeil at
tha prospect,- as well thoy- may
Vc sas- larjro fields of corn
yesterday 011 the plantation, of
STr. Itnlns Felder, laro enougli
to be-plouhed out, tint Imi
not beanIrengloudiccl jbyjtljc
insects. The prevailing- opin
ion is that the 425t tiling tint
can bfl Hont!,fwill beffd kccpftircJ
plows rnnnins. -Jti is evidout
th.it the h$3 jtcidcr grafs and
Iierb-igc on , J;lieiroiind,iIie Jes3
-ivill kc ,tJ5,aTtKrctioiiS of Kffi'
dcstrover tor vezetalion'that is
Hany of tli"r.iders of the
CrdwMn,,. VwilUmiss, -te
facile lis'i of -that-Veteran jediton
JNP. l nLine Aicoieiinuu Jiotei; iUBeos-jii
"Va-o, inday"fe70iujig.l the 23 rscr.ip ot Jdjtory teaches
nt iVniil.The.Tnoveltv fcolisisty ' Ucaiocr.icv.Jp to stand b- tl
not in.tlie invjt.ition'.f but in the ' qolor?. Det there be no strns
tO VOte I'll jpcal OJltJOU BOJ)U.;
"Witli the nejroiQf tliai'couh '
l. U.O PVI3il"i
gilite tile Re-corf, ha3 an j
le,mtn mn rtrfli -jtfilnO
'liases as I'reaidentj-ad when
Hi became knowic.-that, Key a
hecogniz 'jl.Deni.ucraU-wah.to be
-ft meniu:r 01 iim-cauiiie
opinnii pi-evailed among some
uicir, tli.vt we wei e fast approach
ing a pciit!c,tl millennium, and
that lifctunsiiiij. Board' "flayc,
the creature of eight to seven,
-was the Moses destined to lead
us 'oiit dt'the wilderness of par
tisan heat, into' the refreshing
shades and pitures green of
local ee"lf government. But ev
1 p'erienceTfs' provirtg-'thatitislead
of beras'at the edga of the mil-
Icutiium ot pood fellowship, wo.
tive mir.ige. -Key wa3 the jack
"V'lonf-ii lof -,t-c r "iirn .till.
Demo"cra(s fiom their organiza
tion. With amajority ot near
ly lialf'a'"iriiHi6ifj the 'IJemoc-
iacy are cxpsated-to disband, or
atHiipmte h) lend fc 'Iielping
haiid to the disintegration, of
One swallow" does not. make'
;a summer, find .in-e. lhan ouo
krjp yjieijierfalse or trucvwill
i2 iiecessaiy, fco utiect a bnrguir
ious eiitnince into the Demo
party 'tfviflleiriomr eherioucd'
principles. -Iu vievUdl dje.
burg (Vu.) Index, is woi'thy' of
; '"Tliei-e was; aeinQ.iibciday;
an the vAUcy of V lrgmiai wiicti-
iirtiegiay morning 'tlio army
of Wen. Early Lad Yilready'gaivt
ed a-decided advantage, jover
the( federal forces in which
Gvti.ILnes had high cominaiyj.
rDie euciii v 1 etireii i trouutbeu
advancoa portions, abnnuoiteaJ
coitions oj Jheir rich supplies
and ceased for a while to make
Ip.fila 'demonstrations". ' Ihe
Southern sotdiero, 'deceived by
ticross the tielH oi 'battle and re
.veleJ in lietty vluuder. The
jjecidcn wTm s'oncht- to lestrain
them were" dui'ejpirdcd. and the
;irmy melted away 111 the snn
bhiue f fancied ictory. Tliree
lionrs-later the Confederate force
was1 ii mass of ramie di i en
Tfjyit.il e-5, and the Federals rode
it win uirougn tne vuney 01
.Llia VJCillUUVlilUV lJZi
in.- r..-....ir..,. Ia. 4.
rtii .army aTicl all empire,
is .... .': i!.'.i
u an ruiiia', -.iuu
.1 -' . - i. . 1 .1.. . ...1
rfTiiiicyi a- iey ,fj.ieji"lciis. iu
' liistorj'ia'.esjwrieiice, teaching
tSvhiclr this little
'glidg to "pick up custom-house j
office, "sAidtlie taw dry ciiimbs
that may clMiicjbjjirown
tpjide waiter. j Principles rg,
7voV'lh more than the emoltimcntb
iirrsiug from ,crOsd roads post,
oftices.-".- - j 1 1
It Is tfbw said' that Hayes.
frQUi.tb&startj never entertained
any othe'i "action tor Louisiana
ibutfa "'commission." This mode
of SBttliDg puliticil diuicnltL'S,is
Bpjil.inrith thct Preiikeiit, and
wonuer. . rie . is , uimscii ine.
.creature pf a ominisron. In
the i'jHgii'jomfl which'placed
hint-where uo is, the numbers-
weic- eiftht "toseveti politically
K, -f-T'-Jr" -: '
coiitide.rd.-- dn tlia commission,
he has -ipppuited. tp .n"vestigate
Louisiaiia'a&aiis, it stands five
Ridicnlto'qTrc 'Democrat. Vfi
should tliiiik that th'islbft rather
a slimhowing for the recogni
tioa of thhjfijmenr.
The first thing the commis
sion will attempt, will be to
''Buy out 'the ' Lcaislalure, but
which one Nicholls'n or Pack
ard's, thejclegi-aius do.no'. .en
lighten ils. One thing is vdry
l-eitaiii, the affair will haiig pre
a Jung time et, and then per
haps ba as far Jiom a solution
as it is to-day.
The Hempstead Courier says
the ball to be given at JJellville
in honor of the annh erary of
$an Jacinto, takw place the 21st
inst. This is a 'mistake. The
anniversary it is tr 10 einbr.ics
that day, but as the 2L-.t conies
"O Saturday jt.i? gnjhjipateclpiie
Jy, '-"'!":? tIle o-111 '3 co"--e-
cd. Wc 'Bhoiild be sorry for
our Waller county friend to
put in an appei-ance the 21st.
j That would be jii't one d ly af
ter the feist or b.Jl.
tblAJiU AU 1UUU VVX.UUO.
. Soon attiT the inauguration of
1 i:. . ir 1
.3ENHAM, WASHINGTON" COUNTY,
. 1 CluiipeH IHU t'ouege.
r Under tTie'able administi-ation
of its president Rev.' Dr.Pitt,
s;istt.d bv'a corps of teachers
fully equd to the grave and re--sponsi'ole
tinst of instructing
oung ladies, the Female' Col
lege Tit this place is in a flour
ishing condition, and Js recoiv-
ing u ' more Jib nil patroijage
than cier before bestowed upon
this nursery ot genius.
The I)octOi- has introduced
several new features in the .dis-,
cipline and mode of .instruction
in the institution. One of these,
which cannot be too highly com;
mended, is the cultivation of
Kvocal music' This exercise U
indulged in regularly eveiy day
after morning . prayer. ; It is a J
part ot tlie tegular course. 1 he
young ladies,f students at the
College, aie -charmed, with tlii
feature, which instead of beinp
a task, is rcndeied a pleasant
as well as a hcilthy lecfeation.
Soule .Univeisitv, the Male
College, piesided over by Itev.
Drj "Miller has a I irjrer attend-
ance thau - e er ..bsfoe. This
should be a source of congratu-.
lation to all our citizen'. Pat
1 onize liomo instftutions of leai n
ing, and by tliis means benefit
the community nberq.ijou live,
and afcthe satno time subserve'
your own best interest. "'
-., -f s
When tight-'to se eit Jlayes
was iiiaugnrated Tre-.ideiit, an
opportunity was offered liinito
acomplish something 'for the
good of the country?and Had
h'c availed hiniseif of it, it is
possible tliat the people wonld,
to some extent, have overlooked
the mcari3 employed, by uu-,
scrupulous partisans to "comer
On him the office heliolds but
fails to fill. He had an'oppoi
funity to distinguish liimsclt',
such as seldom occurs in aicanV
life. Instead of improving it,
as lie might bo easily have done
he threw it away.' There ds-no'
reflection more bitter than Hhe
recollection of neglecfed oppor
tunities, for like tinie tliiif 13'
spent, they iieverrefiir)iv
Tub telegraphic- new3?as so 1
unitnportant.- soTnear.ra reh islt
of that ot yesterdriy 'and-tin.
da3i before, "about' South' Caroli
na and Louisiana.thafwe omit
-tc fjive the telegrams in fo.davs
paper, even in a condensed'
fQrm. The trpopsiyjjXlie with
diiiwn fiom Qohnnbi'i VQrvsoon,
it not fromthe entire .State.
Kext Wednesday is the tiinc
lcd for the riceting. of'th'e
Commission" at New.Orler ns.
' Kellogg has beeiinterviewed,
and he employs the '.argument
ailhominem, by saying he don't
exactly see hW Haves' 'ariil'the
Itepublicau party, can , av.nl
themselves of certificates, em
bracing Packard's case, and yeb
throw Packard overboard. The
truth is, tho Hayes's portion of
the Radical.party aie evincing,
a disposition to regard-Packard
as a sort of Jonah 7 to bo heaved
overboard as a sort ofprepitia-'
Uoii to the angry wafesot' tlie
ini::..i ha m.(. ,,11'ir. :..M
uuitliuiii oiuiui limb ncu lln11
'cbnjrulsed the coriiitxy.a sliort
time incc. .ItlsTio funeral or
drowning ot ours, and we.can
afford to bb very complaccnr,
i y, . .it '
' To a man of a-quiet turn -of
mind it is really- refreshing 'to'
contemplate radicalism, when
one of the rascals, under a little
irritation is telling nhat he
thinks of another. It -seems
that Doi en, 'the present Attor--
ney General of 'the " United
States, once aided to refill n a
fugitive slave, the only decent
act, possibly, of his lite. Yet
for that one act of decency
Wendell Phillips abuses him as
"if ho murdered his wife.
t - x
The- Houston Age did not
come to this office-ve-.tcida,
The Ago is taking a 6t.md in
thu frqnf, rank of newspaper.
and wp miss at, w hen it fails to
come totima J y ...i
The Lenten scu-on beinz now
over, the Gahettoniqn looks for
,1 brisk nintrinioni.il maikct.
' It is charming that theiels a
prpect ot activity in some
-l rP3 - - - ' -
"" Hill Locals.
' llrch 30, 1S7T.
EiS"" Kinnrr, v
Gay Iiill has been rather
qfiict for the past week. F.irm-
ers f.icjs are looking pretty long
sinca tt.e grasshoppeis have
made a raid on the young crops
that weivi up. From all accounts
"theyjcm"to be worse in this
ueighb)ih5od" than any wheic
else in the county.
The Temperance Society has
crawled up out of winter quar
ters, and organized under a new
Miss Man- Miller has organ
ized a singing school at this
pi ice, where aU the young folks
meet Satriidiy evenine-. and en
joy themselves to their heai ts
J- content. - f ,
Scat let faver has been raging in
several'families in this neighbor
hood, But a- yet not fatal.
' Yonra tiuly,
1 viT' r. ' Coo.v.
tin ; ' ;
Acayy Accnnntou lor,
' Inrt jtt handsome, little town,
libta tSioUfnpd miles from Bren-
,hain, there are two Protestant
'jthnrcllcs ' separated from each
other only by a nanow street,
fronting which stands each ot
the steeples. Remarking,. 11 bile
sitting in at parlor, on the im
pression which this ralher niius
11.il spectacle had produced oil
.us as we approached the, town,.
we obsened that the chinches
looked as it they were shaking
their tall heads at each other in
ansji v .defiance.
",Vould it not have been as
natural to suppose that they
had chosen their proximity-from
pure love and a sisterly regit d
for each other,'' was the neat
parry given,, by a lady
ptesent to oilr feeblo attempt at.
wit. , 1
Nk. Wj Ol!LlJs, Mae. S'J. J
7RosS Stewai t, colored, was to
day expelled from the Packard
legislature, 'charged with en
deavorjjig to induce other mem
bers to join the Nicholls legislature.-
-Hq made a speech before
Ie-u in thd Chouse, declaring
rhi-t he had oujy remained there
for the purpo-e of ereiting dis
bonsionsctc. After makiug his
speech he wai expelled.
tv,Ef-Gov.i Pinchback was ap
pointel by Gov. Nicholls and
jConfiimedby his Senate, aj a
-inomber of the State Board of
A. II. C-oslin, colored, form
erly Secretary of tho City
School JJonrd, was appointed by
Gov. uclrolls, tax collector of
tljp .Sixth District ot this city.
Several other colored men
baiebeeu appointed to lucra
tive offices by Gov. Nuckolls,
' Mit.,n. C. SwrrzcR of Sem
prcnius was in the city yestei
day, and reports the grasshop
pers ven numerous in bisneigh
boiliood, but without having as
yet committed anyveiy seiions
damage. On his Washington
pjunty plantation they have eat
pn some corn, but have committ
ed no ravages on his Austin cour.-
'ty farm. '
Leader, of the Texas Leader
lti3 undertaken' to lead the
Democracv'into the camp of the
1,. 9" - I "7 . ,
enepiy. It is his privilege to
Jead where he listeth, -and it is
'the prerogative of the Democ
racy not tofollov. In this case
.they are si're not to follow his
Tnnwhca lipid ot Mr. II. B
Penyman, residing near Beth
lehem, has been destroyed b
that mmersal plague, the giass-
The prospect of a full finocrop
of mnstang grapes, was never
bc-tter. Dcwberiics ivill be
abundant, and will soon be on
Cnozicit, who killed Hunter
some time ago at Br) an, In3
'been admitted to bail in the sura
1 The voiing hdies of New
Ca-tle, Pa:, hive signed a pledge
to the effect that they, "will not
court or marry any voting uinn
who drinks any intoxicating liquor-
or u-cs tobioco."' And
injvv a mere lonely -ct of gills
thin the-o New Castle- damsels,
von wouldn't want to sec..
; - S?ETT5
W.i3hington, Much 31. It
is understood that the Louisiona
Coiiscrvatiies have lnqdiiicd
their determined apposition "to
the appoinfment of a politiiian
as Collect jr of Cu-tonis a Now
Oilcans. It inittorotni,pii-i
that all Nicholls'-i jinlomatic
tones .tre missinir at JNew Or
leans to act on the commi-sioii.
leaiing President and secieta
lies without means ot obtaining
exact inform itiou ot the progress
Judge Noithrop, of the Sev
enth Judicial District of South
The people believe Ilamppn
toh.r.e been elected by over a
thousand majority; aie inflexi
ble in their determinati m.
Further on in the intciview he
sus, I am a Republican, every
i'ich of me, and a Carolinian,
evory inch of me, and tho peo
ple jij as intensely phi-envied
as were the French in 1793,
am! o'lly await for a moicment
of Hampton's finger or lip?.
Being a-ked if he thought
.Il-ainjitou would maintain peace
and the rights of nil, he prompt
ly rcp'ied "yes," hi wild, most
undoubtedly, and with that
peace an 1 protection would
come prosperity, and property
be enhanced twenty-live per
Chamberlain wants a com
mission ioY Soitth Carolina, lie
is not likelv to be gratified.
Fort Woith, March 31. Four
defendants go to the peniten
tiary for horse stealing, and oue
mill was fined $1000-and ten
yeais in jiil for assault with
intent to murder.
A water spout three feet in
diameter, was seen seven miles
Man v cattle are 011 the trail,
and will soon be here.
A new iron biidge is to be
built eoon across the Brazos at
Port Sullivan, ncir Hearne.
New Orleans Mar. 31. It is
claimed by the'NicholU govern
nie.iti that a saving in all thede
paitments of nine hundred
thoiisadd dollars is effected.
Until it shall be demonstrated
beyond all shadow of doubt that
Mr. Hayes intends to cut loose
entirely from the cormptionists
and rise superior to p.irtisinship;
until he pioves by bis works
that lie intends to be a national
President, recognizing the
Southern Stsites as eoequils in
the Union ; until he .shall grant
us justice without asking a 0011
6ideri'ion our only safety is in
-huiiiiiiig him. If we wrong
him in our suspicion, for which
we have full came, we can
make reparation. If we wrong
ourselves 'by blindly committing
our State to his support, it maj
be years before we can retrieve
the blunder. The cry ot the
Radical party is no longer for
veugeuic". It is for quai ti r ;
qu 11 tei fro. n those they have
bee'i trampling in the dn-t for
years, v ltuperation, hatie 1 anil
slander are no longer potent to
baud the northern nia-ses to
gether against U3 and the last
liope is in bribing ns to commit
political suicide. Richmond
Inquirer. r ' .
'Ike," said Mrs. Partington,
"who's this Electoral Bill that
they are making such a locomo
tion about in the House of Rep
rehensibles I It he's any rela-
lion to that Florida fiaud Cu-'
nin, I don't wonder that they
doubt his voracity, and have a
tribulation of co;nmiesionaiies
set on hiih. Ike replied that he
inn for Qpngress-against Buffa
lo 'Bill, But "the latter having
stopped to teach Mpilacihi. a
new step, had ijeeu" distanced.
Then the old lady went to sleep
and Ike gave thereat asitz-batli
and a spoonful of boncsct.
A Lawyer's 'VVooins.
Charles O'Conor's peculiar
wooing is thus told by the
Washington coi respondent of a.
Cleveland paper: 'The young,
and beautilul widow of Com
modore McCrackcn, of our navy.
QHtouincd fiom abroad and find-""-
her financial affairs in a"
complicated state, went to M".
O'Conor to get his legal advice.
Mr. O'Conor discovered that
tho Commodore had died insol
vent and the beautiful widow
was left to the cold meicics of a
selfish world without a penny to
call her ov n. This he was ob
liged to break to her, whereupon
she held up her baud-in piteous
dismay, crying. Oh, Sir. O'Con
or. what shall I do? I, who
Ii ivo livet1 in luxury all my life!'
'Madam,' said the great lawyer,
'the best advice I can givejou
is to marry me.' They were
"I w Nh you would piy a lit
tle attent'on to whit I am say
ing," roared a l.uvver a :m e-'
appelating wittue-. I tiin j ly
ing as little "as I can w is the
APRIL G, 1877.
harder Will Oat;
A few ears a;o "Anjiust Flower,
was discovered to bu i ct.rt.mi cnto for
DypepMa and I.ivt r conplaint, a ftw
tlnn Dj spumes niudc Miown totlieir
friends inw ta-Py and ijuikl tliej
Iiid been enn-d by in tie The gnat
mtrua of Green's August Klower tie
aune heralded tbroub llip co-mtry by
one Mifferer to an-ther, unli', utliuul
advertNmjr, in sale lias become im-mec(-,
Urucjjiatsiu EvtryTonn in the
United Stati m aie il,inr it. Xo per
son sulTim!.; with Sour Sui.uach, trick
Ileniliiie, Co-tive let.-, raltitation of
tbo Heart, Indict -.Hon, nrt.pirit( etc ,
can t ike tlireedo e- nitlmut rein f. Clo
to ;our UrujrKibt. It 12. t.iihn &Gl,
of tins Lit, and pit n Ixiltl
tei.ts and try it. Sump!
Win Do Tou Miake t
For tlu better cmeiienc-i of the
consumer, the proprietors of Dr. Sher-ma-i'd
Malinfujj is now put up in 75
cent bjttleaas well as $1 53, as hereto
foro To tlio-.o who aro acqnai'ited
with the ilaiarifua, it U rot necersiry
f sy a word in its behilf But to
tlio-.ii w'jo sh iku in ij;n Tauc of it, we
will Biaiply say, try it. and add jojr
tistiuonyto tho-fsan-U of others that
it cured 'you. ITo other medicine is
required, ait is a combined Tonic, Al
tuMtie, Catlnrtic, rebrifuge, C'nnU
Sogne and Anti Periodic. It neutrili
zes lai-viualic poison, punliea and in
vigorates tne bload, resto-es the IjTLr
and etiiir diseased organs to their nat
ural healthy condition, thetcby thor
oihly eradicating thu di-re. Tor
sdloby lt.E LU1IN.
D1LILEI-. IK OE.NEIUI.
CUTLERY, EDGE TOOLS
Canning Implements, Castings
. Hoes, Chains, Iron, Steel,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
SjoteTri-nmings and Tinware, ofnl
Kind?, Paints, O Is, Varnishes and vwd,
dow III iss. Buggy and Wao i mnterial
Rubber Belting, froin 1J to IS inche
ide, Packmjr of all kinds, mid all ar
tides appertaining to the Hardware
Teh 11 i pin street. Brenham
irRS. D. PETERS,. .
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Nuts,
Cigars and Tobacco,
CrockeryjGlass and Qucensware,
Under Central Hotel7
Cash piid for buttir, ch'ckens, ejs
and i oraei-tic fruit", 'lhe Patrouaju of
the public solicited,
Saddlery art- Centennial Prices!
rjnllE unders'jrncd, determined not
JL to be outdoue or undersold, is now
Saddles and Harness
a' reduced price-, while repairing is
dime at Centennial rales. I am alto
''Uuncle Sam's" Harness Oil,
the best in use Shop on Sandy street,
in the Peaker building, opposite Gibe
Schwarz, All work cash ou delivery,
T BICH1RDT & SEELIIORST,
SHEET nEET IR0X WORKERS,
DCALiats i:t genelaI -,
House Furnishing Uods, P.imps of all
de-criptions, Ctwking aud Ht.aiiiig
Stiiv.8, in lare vanity.
wmiLiht Iron Pipe and Stiam Fit
tin-s uit and littcd to order. Hoofing
an I spoutmir do'ie it short notice.
Thankful for the liberal p itronafre
bestowed upon the oTd firm 'r. resptct
fully s dicit a c r.nutui ce of tht srme.
Bre ihamw July 2Gth. 1ST3.
JM. SI2T GELTAIHf & CO ,
' rEAirnovi. !
Jnouso and.Sisn ralnter3, ,
1 PaintingGraining, Gilding
and MarUing, Plain, and
Decor-atal Paper Hanging,
i, .. cGv,'., cL'C., cfcl".
SnisfacVion given and all work guar
autied Shop under the Bookstore.
August iSth, lST&d&wlf.
I'loiaer and Vegetable Garden
is the mot beintifiij woilt of the kind
jntlio world. It contains lliarly fiO
pai.es, hundreds of lino illustrmons
and sit Clirumo Plates of FloWirs,
biKUtifiillv drawn anu colored tro-n
naiure. PrueSQ cenls in paper coers,
J1,C0 in elejant doth. Pxiuied in O'er
man and Knglis'i.
Vuk'-I Floral Guide. Q nrtcrly,-25
cents a car.
V'ck'a ratilogut1 oOO illustrations
oalj 2 cents Address
.1 mcs Vicil.ltochcstcr. N. T.
lT O w A A MONTH. Agents
Jj) & t) J ted i errwhere Uu.tn
Iniiioii-iilo aid tir-t Unas Particulars
suit free Aildn.61 J. OKI II A (V,,
Sti Inuis- Uo luatulwtf
Will priCtice in Washipjto and nd
joininjr countie-. janlOdimnSm
J. ii. Oo-. 13 .tea McFarlccd
OSS & McFAULASD,
I Office Upstairs in Allcofn builillajf
XearBree!!ove i. CliauuKts l!:mk.
Brenl am, Texas '
S "It KENVDA,
A.ttornoyat"Ij arcrf '
WiJ practice in tho District, County
and Justices Court., Piimpt a'ten
tiou given to the collection df claims
RliAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Will prictico in the District Courts
of Washington, Leo, and Barlescu coun
Otncmp stairs over Q idding'sBvnk
I. H. EOttERS,
-ttoi-23.33r ivt XjarvVf
i ii . ' ' .
Burton, Washington co , Tcr.
U.K. wnTlA'I-J, vv. n biU.inoseeX
Bn nham. Uhappdl Hill.
WILLIAMS b BILLIXOSLEA,
Olhce in Onms butldihir. East side
Court Houso Sijuarc, "
Brsnham, i Teas.
Prompt attention to collection; ex
amining land titles and paying taxes
for non residents.
J.T.Xoms.M.D. L.B.Crc-ath JI.D.
DRS. MORRIS & CREA.TI1
rhyslciaiis and Surgeons
Offer their Professional services to
tie citi7enR,of Brenlism and vicinity,
OUiu) Wood S Co. Drug Store.
D. G. WILLIAMS,
Ofuce over Grabfcrs Jevdry Store,
Xorth East Corner of the Court House
Plates made on sliort notice. All o
tratioDM guara-iteed. Terms cash.
March 5. '75 3m
PK. J. W. TOOTE,
of Virginia, late of Gonzales Texas.
Having attended a Jill Course of
Lectures at the, Baltimore College of
Dental fc-urgery, and hiving had supe
rior advantages in Practice, eels u -surtd
that he can guarantee satisfaction
fn every branch of his busmus". Oiuce
over Wood's drug store. Brenham,
Ti sm. noD'75
C. W. KJLSDJEJT,
(Kladen's Brick Building,)
Corner Mam and Douglass Streets,
Whol5si!e and Eetail dealer in
STAPLE ASP FANCY
Groceries and Provisions
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DE1LER,
'Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Snnjjf
stPowder.'Shot. Ca?s. Paints.
w . '
cit, tr vuueiiiuure, uuo,
Mope, Brushes, Collars,
IIame&, -Traccsf Jars,
iTugs,- Wines aiid
Sole Agent for the, celebrated
L01TDO& 8WA& GIX,
W.' J. Limp's' Celebrated -ST.
LOUIS BOTTLED' BEER
In quarts and pints, Superior to .any
other. -' -
EThe liiyhest mark;e' price parcl
for Cotloli, Hides and oilier Country,
This Horse is centrally located, con
venient to business, and but two
tquares from Morgan's Linfl of
bteainers, and lie block from
Table unsurpassed by any Hone in
the City. sepUd.t tf
TAKES up bv lameaC. Boner, inT
catra ed beforo B, C. Wat son, J. P.
Precinct Xo. 4, Vlnshmgtoo county on
the 5tli dr of February, 1S77, one Ox.
Biomu. nliout 8 years old, marked
swnll iw fork in each ear and Iiaek
in Ietrear, and branded Zonleflbip
The other, n red Ox, about 7 ears old,
m'uked unikr hair crop and Mips in
l'eftcar.andttio upjM.r and under por
tion or right oar cat off", leaving the
middlo ot said cir unmarked and
brirded It on the right S'de. Both
appraised at $40
H. M. Lew is, c. c. c. w. c
By E. "f , bchlenker, Deputv. maC3-
i)B AIOHK OO.NK XEATIlT -XD'
p.roiaflly at tUbi ciBitf.
, All orders 16ft at the fcouniy CleiFsT
office, BrLi.ham. or add reefed "toilie nt
Imleptialeiice vrill receite prompt aU
D. G. SillTlI",
All fcrders filled promptly nt livfnj
prices.Patiaaage solicittij. . , .
JSaler and Cdnfcclionerj
' Dealer in Staple and Fairy Grocer?
Vines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Ac. Hot
read, fresh Cakes ai d Pits on hand si
Ant stretit, nndbr the Cei tral Hoiise;
Shavirg, shamp-ioning, dyfn and
hair cutting done to order. Patmna-e'
UTLER 4 CAXXQX,
ff S !r? &&-, A"
Brick in. l1rge-qntltitrfslallrAy8.oa, 4
hand. Contracts for fiBildfcgs taken
at living jrices. Ifob -frori a specialty.
; Jy2J vv6nV
J- C.BABXETT,- "
SSatrasfe Ei2amifactnf er "
Brenham Texas. '
; Keeps constantly on IianiMacfifca
made Matrasses, of all kinds, which tia'"
is seligatiu.)d(;rate pilieaior cslt. n
Call at OWutibergl, neit floor to 6. - '
Iloffmali, and examine Tjiy rnalras.
and prices before purcliashing else"
where, as I am 'making the best mat.1
rass in the market. , ,
fieplIOtii: n. C. BARXETT;
and, manufacturer of
J3Spceial pttenfisn given to'EOTST'
Shoeiko, general job vi-ork and! rei air
lug. Terms liberal. Shop near May."
nard's Livery Stable-. ' Jane Mr, '74.
WHOLESALE SSD IIETAIL-23EAL2R Vi t
Groceries and- Provision
A fn'I and complete Stark alwavs rrr
hand, for salo at BOTTOM; FJUU3Erf
for THE CASH.
Give us a trial.
3ET. 'VV. GM2.A.BEU;
Jewelrv, Specta fffflsyNij
rloQ ;,iro. .-.Urt'Cf imU, llr
Repairs done on short nnll ni!?
warranted. All Goods vMrarltd. as
i A. EKGELKEv
rorclgrfand Domestic ExcliacgcV
' '' h
Ere Insurance -Agent",- -jS'o.43-'
STAPLE AND EAKOY
u DATS DOOTS; SHOES;
Genti Furnishing Goods
, Xadics' and Misses
,Hbsiery,ITod"d3,N Shavyls1, Ifobes
Lawns, Src, &c.
All of which will be sold at,Tf rjreij
apnable figures for ready caju. Call and
oxaminn pit sfock aifdiiriceK.
kick's rioral Guide
is aibeautiful Quarterly Jbnrnal. finely
illustrated, and containing an elejrant
colored Tlower Plate with" thd first
number. Price only 2j cents, for, thjk,
year. The first No. frr 1S77 just is-"
sued in Grman and En'elbb.
VicK's Flower aud Vegetable1 Gar-
den, in paper -50 cents; with lejint
doth covers $ 1.00,
Tick's CauiogaeCO illastrnt crts
only 3 cents.- Addrefs
JXMks: Tier. Roehester.C Y.
Tlie undersigned will bavo
On liand and for sale
AVttie Colorado House near thu del ?Z
and at Nailing!. old stand, n-ar Or
Market, winelr viill be SoliVal liberi-l1
lnl j.lxaffi t i'M