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Tlie. Weekly Banner
.j o. kNkin1 n., u'cnnraox.
d rinkin & Mccmaaox,
t Elltors, Publishers and Proprietors.
1 Triaay, May : : : 4, 1S77.
SitiTir eonnty lias seventy
schools in operation.
The Russian Minister Barker,
is oil a leave ot nbsense at
Lakhs droves o"f horses and
cattle" are being driven "jiToriti
from' Wilson eonnty.
Thk lSch5gan Legislature is
going to pass a law prohibiting
the marriige tif first cousins.
Gen. Phil Sheridan is now
at Washington, con-ulting the
President regarding the Indian.
Nkcteex families from Pennsylvania-
and Uuw York are
s,iid" jobe ven route for San
Saba eonnty, 'Texas.
t TnE survivors o? Hood's Tex-
-ai Brigade will hold their an
imaLf r&utiion nt Waco on the
27tii dayvf June nest.
I . i
. E i ward MePherson, formerly
clerk of thu Houe, becomes
Superintendent of the Bureau
of Printing and Engraving.
Montague county is to havo a
f50 000 courthouse, and a tax
of 50 cents n the oiiojiundred
-dollars his been levied therefor.
There is 1S25 Grangers in
Tes.13 and 1,800,000 in the Unf
ted States. The Texas State
Grange has in its treasury $18,
C00. The cotton crop of 1876-7 is
estimated in round numbers, at
4400.000 bales. The crop will
hardly exceed those figures it
indeed It'reachcs them.
The "Chicago Times ironical
ly remarks:- ''Evidently jthis man
Hfajcs" lias no friends. A month'
In t)ie White Ilouse and no one
has sent him even a bull pup."
There is no.v a strong proha
"liility that the branch agricultu
ral college for colored youths
will bo located at Alta-Yista,
Sheriff Holmes, xt Trinity
county, in attempting to arrest
a desperado nampd McGee, was
shot and killed. licGee is 6till
in the county hut officers are
powerless to effect his arrest.
The pros cution f e-sccre
"tary Robeson, for allege 1 mis
appropriritiun of the funds of
the uavy department, will be a
3eading feature of the Demo
cratic policy in the forthcoming
session of Congtpss.
Adi3pateh from Uvalde to
the San Antonio Herald of the"
24th instant, states thit Indians
and got fourteen horses. On
.April ,23rd eight inen were.kill
cd. Indians are plentiful.
Is the county court this moru
mj, says the San, Aiitunio Her
aid, a gnardi.m was appointed
for a confirmed drunkard. One
of the witnes-es testified that
he, the inebriate, had squander
ed tor liqnorand hack, hire alone
$1000 in three woks.
Thc Tnrco-Uussian war is
an established Jact. The dis
patches,. rep-rt a two days fight
on 'the Asiatic frontier, at Tsch
erukson, and that at the end of
the second days fighting at
Batownv the Turks, who shel
tered, inflicted considerable los
on tlie Itm-ians, who were un
able to ad"ance.
Blaise threatens Hayes with
the pnblicntion of a private let
, - tertf received by him lrom the
then Governor and nov Prcs;-
. dent Weil, let him publish the
letter. ThateVen,foul and un
gcntlemanly ns it would he,
would be lessrepreheitsible tlran
nutkingTaguebiniB at its con
f ents We nro no lover of ITaye?,
hot we do like to seo fair play,
mmm of the bay.
GRAND GALA D AJ.
Every Body Participating.
rOCEEDISG3 OP WEST DAT.
Yesterday morning was ush
ered in by the tiring ot artil
lery. TLe snn rose clear, prom
ising a beautiful day for indulg
ing iii the festivities of the
The-proccssion was formed on
ATain street opposite H.. Blootn
bargh's. At ten o'clock it
moved, headed by a large fbnf
horse wagon, tastefully decorat
ed, containing the Washington
"County Brass Band. The horses
were elegantly caparisoned.
Second came carriages contain
ing the speakers. Third, bug
gies with Mayor and City Offi
cials. Pourth, Queen ot the
Feat rind her maids of honor.
'Fifth, decorated wagon, con
taining a number of ladies, en
chantingiy arrayed. Sixth, pub
lic schools, headed by their
teachers. Seventh, Brenham
brass Hand. Eighth, Hook
and Eidder company in full
.uniform, trail? drawn by a
mule Ninth, Austin County
Brass Baud. Tenth, Military
Company. Eleventh, Local op
tiotr wagon, handsomely deco
rated by .Messrs. Klaeden and
Uoddie. Twelfth, citizens on
horseback. Thirteenth, Singer
Sewing Machine "Wagon, ap
propriately decorated. Four
teenth, a Whitewater "Wagon,
neatly decorated; and lastly an
immense number of citizens on
horseback, buggies, carriages
The donkey and the clown
came in for a fair share of ob
servation, for the part they per
formed' in the procession, con
tributing much to the merri
ment of all the juveniles,.and
even children of full growth,
not to say venerable, "grave and
The processiou Tyas consider
able more tlun a mile in length,
and moved along the following
streets to the old Fair Grounds.
Down Main street to Vulcan
street, Vulcan to Sandy, Sandy
to Market, Market to Main,
Main to North street, North
to Sandy, Sindy to Abbott's
corner, and thence to the fair
The procession moved in fine
order the Marshals of the day
dischared their duty most effect
ively. Throughout the entire
march, the utmost harmony
The reoeption ot the Qnccn
at th grounds, was grand and
imposing, and the ballad sung
in,German, was most beautiful
ly rendered. , King William
and suit -were received with
becoming honors, and a Ger
man song, breathing patriotic
A handsome bouquet was
presentnJ by th5 Brenham Hook
and Ladder Company, to the
Queeji of the Fest, Miss Bcttie
Engclke. The presentation was
made by Mr. Eddie Loekett, a
member of the Company, ac-'
companied by an appropriate
speech, which was responded to
right royally by the fair and
blushing Quofti, whoe sceptre
was swayed over loyal subjects.
The bands discoursed spleu
did music. "The day of the
Creator" was a superb piece of
The German oration by Carl
Schutzo abounded in happy hits
ntho follies of the day. He
gave local option .same heavy
tilts, which were heartily cheer
ed, especially by our Gprmim
fellow citizens Mr Schntze
was warmly congratu1ated hy
his many friencU on the success
of his speech.
The E'lglih oration wa dp
liered by our distinguished
towii!.ras.u C. R. Brecdlnvc,
Esq, in "his most felicitous vein.
On this occasion Mr. Breedlovc
i seemed fo Enrpass himself, his
BREMAM, WASHETGTCXSr COOTTY,
speech being interlarded by an
ecdotes suitable to the day and
The sports and athletic exer
cises were indulged in with a
will which plainly demonstrat
ed that thu hearts of the actors
were in the pastimes and sports.
The day was beautiful, and was
one ot unalloyed enjoyment to
thousands and thousands of our
own citizens, a3 well a3 to vis
iting friends in attendance from
The Washington County Brass
Bind discoursed lively airs on
the streets of the tity yesterday,
for an hour or more before as
sembling at the grounds. The
band in its winding through
the principal streets, was fol
lowed, by Emperor William and
his cortege, mounted on splen
did horses, caparisoned as befit
ted the mimic royal suit. This
cavalcade attracted much at
tention, and presented an im-
The day was beautiful, and
the amusements on the grounds
were endless in variety. The
attendance was even greater
than on, the preceding day.
They came from every quarter
and every mode of conveyance
seemed to be utilized to accom
modate the immense throngs of
visitors, more intent on seeing
than in being seen.
Every style of toilet was visi
ble among the ladies, from the
plaiu and simple, but still ueat,
to the grand, elaborate and gor
geous. At bout 3 o'clock an able ora
tion was delivered to an atten
tive and delighted audience,
by Professor Rote. This was
followed by declamations' by a
number of the students in our
The grounds were in excel
lent condition for enjoying the
pleasure of a quiet promenade,
and indulging in the pleas
ures arising from agreeable
chit chats. Wo noticed
many couples devoting them
selves to this halcyon pastime.
In future years it is not impos
sible that many conples will rc
mem'ier this Fest as an-important
era in their lives, the one
from which they may date their
first rosy dreams of unalloyed
The awards for athletic exer
cises were too late for this issue
of the Baineb
In future numbers, when
all the awards are made, we
will give them, and such other
items connected with the festiv
ity, sis may "be deemed "of in
terest to our readers.
The occasion has been one of
pleasure to all who attended,
-without regard to nationality.
In the future, the Americans
will look forward to this annual
festival with as much interest
as will the Germans and their
descendants. It is a "fact, ac
knawledged by a large number
of American writers, that we
need a strong infusion of holi
day sports into onr customs.
The expression of expectation
more than realized, was made
by numbers of vistors. Austin
county was nore largely repre
r.en'ed than any of the rest of
our sisters. These visitors, we
are glad to know, expressed
themselves fully satisfied with
the amusements. Indeed they
xould not be otherwise than
pieced, unless they were unu
sually hard to gratify. We
shall look forward to thu next
annual festival witn more than
European intelligence leave
little ground on which the
friends of paflF can base even
a faint hope 'of much lunger
preserving a peaceful attitude.
It is believed by the w:sest
statesmen that a general conflict
cannot bo averted. God help
the peoplel War, with all its
inseparable evils, is the wort
calamity that ever visited tlm
tin cursed earth.
PnoTEcnox fire company No.
1, of Honston, is said to bo the
oldest in the State, having been
organized and chartered in No
TOR 50UTIIERf FARMERS.
There is an article in a recpnt
number ot the Montgomery
(Ala.) Advertiser, directed to
this class of its readers. We
wish we had room for the entire
article, without any attempt at
The great powers in Europe
are almost icitasn to become
involved in the war between
Russia and Turkey, and when it
will end, is o.ieof the things on
which no man can hazard an
opiniuo. But let it last long,
or be a brief contest, it is certain
to derange the busitifc-s ot all
the world. Already it has run
grain up in this country sixty
cent! a bushel. Great Britan
takes lrom Russia, annually
00,000,000 biuhels. This sup
ply is certain to bo cut off frdm
her, even if she -hould avoid
being a belligerant, but bellig
erant she is almost certain to be
in some bhape, before it close1.
She must get thee 60,000.000
bushels of wheat from some
source, and that source will be
thj United States.
Cotton is csrtain to come
down lower thin it is, and it is
equally certain lhat provisions
of every name will go up. Under
all the i-ircumstaiices, it is not
too late for cotton planters to
increase their corn crop and di
iniiiish their cotton. With
birns and smoke-hou-es well
filled, the lo.v price, ot cotton
will not be o calamitous. But
with these empty, or next door
to it, the low price of cotton cm
be little less than disastrous to
:i large number of our planting
friends, and we beseech them
to take ra sensible view of the
situation, and reflect on what
may be thjir best interests to
pursue under the circumstances.
The danger is a very plain
one. A moment's reflection
will show it. It cau hardly be
overestimated. The remedy is
in the hands of the farmers. It
is not too late yet, especially in
the northern portion ot our
State, to apply it. Even here,
in Washington county, particu
larly where the gra-ishoppero
hive eaten the cotton, corn may
yet be substituted.
Bishop G kegg is engaged in
spring visitations to the church
es. Lat Sunday he preached
at Bovine, administered the
S'lerament and the rite of con
firmation, .nis sermon, though
evincing the- erudition of its
learned author, was delivered
in a style and manner which
rendered it sublime from its
very simplicity. Bishop Gregg
is greatly beloved by the -nn n
bers of his "diocese We never
heard him but once, yet thought
he deserted the veneration in
which he is held. His man
iv rs are as simple and nnaffect
ed as- those of a child. He was
as-iotcd by Rev. Mr. Ruckerot
this city, who is rector of the
church at Bellvile.
The GaIv:ston JTews of the
27th inst, contains an editori.il
two-thirds Qt a, column in
length, ventilating the opinions
of ono J. II. Burns, under the
c-iption of 'A Tec is Repn'Mi
c hi's Soothing Theory ot tin
President's Southern Policy."
Now, when we take into con
sideration the fact thaUBuins Is
a Republican of no influence
whatever with his party, or any
one else, it becomes astonishing
ly strange that the SVews should
attach bo much importance to
such small game.
Majok Jokes, of thc frontier
Battalion, states that most of
the Indians now stealing stock
on the frontier are Caucassian
red-skins, i. e. white men di
guised as Indians. A posse ol
this stripe has leen captured by
the Major and thc stolen stock
recovered. He denies the re
ported Indian depredations.
Gnx. EsCOBedo, now visiting
San Antonio, is the sai..e iden
tical villain who officiated at
tho execution of the ex-Emperor.
Miiximillian; and, who, if
he had his just dues, would have
long since suffered the death
I penalty upon tho gallon!.
I'm round and Binooth, as a robber ball,
I'm soniplimes largo and lometimei
I'm nonietime blue. and FometimeB gray
S meiimea in use thc live-Ion day.
I'm EomeunH'3 black, and then I'm
Bat highly prijt d by every one.
I'm never white, but OTirllines red.
And never co'd. until I nidead.
My first is in friendship, peace, and
My Fsrond you'll find in courts bove.
In aflhitinu and sntferin you find my
And my fonrth is In honor upon my
My fifth an4 niith tro in" innocence
And my i-eventh in glee the whole
My eigth, as a matter of courts is in
Aid mi whole ii a'livelT Irih boy.
Who 1 ives to "Ui2 ," but wants to
And the girls all wonder what makes
him tarrj .
A National Bank has been
established at Fort Worth,
The Mai-feat comes off at
Galveston on the '7th and 8th
Mile and lime water is rec
ommended as u sure cure for
Buffalo meat is abundant
and cheap in the counties of
Judge J. E. Kino has been
appointed collector of the port
ot New Orleans.
Twf.kd has leceived from the
New York Herald, the appella
tion ot "William tho Confessor."
Wati:e works and a mam
moth hotel are now the all ab
sorbing topics with the denizens
of the Alamo city.
One lot of buffalo hides
weighing 17,000 pounds were
bought by W. H. Wilson, of
Comanche, last week.
It is now thought that tho
Democracy will be enabled to
contiol the next United States
Senate upon a solid vote.
Life insurance companies are
going to the "how wows" at
o rapid a rate in the East, that
they are in a fair way of becom
Tun Spanish Governor ot
Cuba has issued a pronuncia
inento, showing no quarter or
mercy to insurgents found upon
the Islaud after the 7th of May.
Personal. Elder ". W. Dab
ncy and Elder G. W. Harvey
of Rcntneky Rilge, were in
the city yesterday. They both
look well, as if their clerical la
bor agreed w ith them, and we
doubt not it benefits others.
Dk. John- W. Reynolds, a
well known dentist of Sherman,
was ran over by an engine on
tho M. Iv. & T. road at Sher
mm and killed. He leaves a
wive and two children. Too
much liquor was the cause.
The Ohio Legihituro has pass
ed a joint resolution.to nnend
the Constitution of the State,
abolishing grand juries and
providing for direct action by
the cnurts on Inf.irrmition filed
by prosecuting attorneys.
The San Antonio Herald vers
truthfully reiuaiks that AniPri
ca exports $jO0,0 0,000 worth
of raw material annually, which
if kept at home, could be made
worth at double that sum to
this country, in money, betide,
giving to the operatives who
manufacture it a god living and
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston i
expected to be in Galveston in
a few days. He will probably
make a very complete tour ot
the State, and no man was ever
icceivcd by warmer hearts than
he will be. He was the idol
of all who had the fortune
of serving under his command.
We trubt he will visit Brenham.
"Several casof illicit hand
ling ot cattle have been inves
tigated in Esq. Brown'-, couit
this week," is the polite way the
Lampasas J)i"patch pnt- it. In
our rough sty !o down in this
section, the same thing i- called
cow stealing. Tho Diij)atch
man is cautious about v hat he
savsof his patrons.
MAY 4. 1877.
Cole's circus exhibits at Dal
las on the 10th of May.
Betas is discussing the ad
vantage of graded free schools.
J Tom Collins the veritable
Tom has been found at List
He is an Alderman of Galves
ton. As a rnle the largest women
have the smallest babies and
make tho mo-it fuss over them.
A Connecticut girl has sued a
young man for sixty dollars'
worth of light and fuel wasted in
Bravo! for the Indiana Legis
lature. It has passed a hill
prohibiting the changing ot
tett books in ihe public schools
of that State oftener than once
in six vears. This one wise
measure is alone sufficient to
immortalize that body.
Murder lTill Out.
A few yaM ao "Aujru-tt Flower,
was discovered to be a certain cure for
Dypep-la and Livi r complaint, a f w
thin Di-peptic.s made khnwn ttiilitlr
fripnds how ea'-i'y and qui-klyihey
lin 1 been cured bf its ne. The jrrcat
merits of Qien's August Flower be
came lieraldcil through the country by
one xutferer to an ther, until, without
advtriN.nir, its ("ale has becnine im
mense. Druggists In Every Ti.wn in the
Unit d S'a'es are r lllug it. No per
son mifferiug with Sour Siomnch, Sick
ileadarhe, Co-livene1, Palpitation of
ihe Heart, Indigestion, low ".pint, elc
can take three do-e- without relief. Go
to your Driiirgist. R. E. l,ubn i,Co.,
of this uty. and gel a bottle for .75
cents and try it. Sample bottle-i ten
cents. . feWTTwly.
iTlnr Do Yon Shako I
For tha be cr cm.euieuce of the
consumer the proprietors of Dr. Sher
man's Mularifuge is now put up In 75
ceut bottles as well as $1 50, as hereto
fore. To those who are acquainted
with the Maiarifage, it is not necersary
1 1 fwy a word in its behalf But to
tho-w wucriuike In ign iranej of it, o
will simply say, try it. an! add your
t stimony to thousands of others that
it cured you. No other medicine is
required, as it is a combined Tonic, Al
ter.itive. Cathartic, Febrifuge, Chola
gogue and Anti Periodic. It n&t.trali
zes miasmatic poison, purifies and in
vigorates tue blood, restores the tiver
and ether diseased organs to their nat
ural healthy condition, thereby thor
oughly eradicating tlw di.cae. For
sale by R.E.LUHN.
. A. HEALY,
DEALER IN OESXRaL
CUTLERY, EDGE TOOLS,
Earming Implements, Castings
Hoes, Chains, Iron, Steel,
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
Stovo Trimmings and Tinware, ofal
T-.inds, Paints, O Is, Varnishes and win.
dow tllnss. Iluggy and Wagon material
IJubber Be'ting, from 14 to 18 inche
n ide. Packing of all kinds, and all ar
tides appertaining to the Hardware
Feb 1 n ain street. Brenham
To the Public.
I have taken chagnof SingRTS" Serw
ing Machine Co.' business in
Wuslnngton, Aurtin, Fayette, and Bur
leson counties AH partirsowningthe
dinger can find machine supplier at
tnv office, ui der the Mclntyre hone.
All 1 artiea wis ing to urchate' will
plense c II aid examine the Singer
ii'itchiiient my flTco.
The Singer Sewing Machine Compa
ny sell mote machines in a year than
all tlie other first-ela machine rnnipa
me combined, which proves beyourt a
I. nlit that the Singer is ihe best'in the
Machines sold on monthly payments.
I u ill also repair all kinds of it a
chines, and narrant all w irk done to
give aiijsfnctinn or no y.
I want canvassers in all the connliee
i!id--r 111 control, I will irive good in
ducements. Address all cmmuuirc
lioimto S R WRKfllT,
Agent 'or the S11 cer Machine,
Bretih ini, W ashinton Co ,
Taken up by J. S. Linderdale. and
esirue-l before T. O. Hynes, J. P.,
Prernct No 3. Washington count, on
the 28 h dav of MaMi, A. D. 1877, two
h trees described as follows, town: One
a -rj hnre about ten years, branch-it
(53) on Ihe left shoulder, and about 15
anil I 2 hands high. The other n sorrell
mthai-tar in his lace and about ten
1 ears old. abmit 13 hands high, ha.
beitiadveTtisen (19) for hi-brand, but it
is so blured that tlie branct fs not redi
ble. lmt lisks liki E.-P. Both valueil
at $45 CO. apr28w4t
T.ikea up be P. II Barnlull, and rs
traietl before T 0 Uvms.J. P. W. O ,
nn the 12th day. of Mirch, 1877. one
Ox, brown and whits pjded, marked
crop and under half crop in each ear.
ind upper bit In the right, branded
IF in acircle, tho JF connected, on the
One Co'v, brown and white pided,
marked split in each eir, branded on
tin- hip but cannot be read, with a call
red and white.
AH appraised at $2?. apl.1
Illustrated Priced Catalogue.
Fifty pages S00 illustrations, with
Deteriptroris rf thousands of the bfst
flowersaud vegetables iti the world,
and the wav to-growthem all lor a
two cent ptstage stamp. Printed in
(Jerntnn and E"gliah.
Vick's FWal Guide, Quarterly, 25
Vick'ii Flower and Vegetable Garden
51 cents in prper; in elegant cloth cot
J wins VitKK-chestcr,JfT,Y,
BREEDLOl'E & EWINU,
Attornoya - .t Xiato
Brenham, - - Tetai.
Will practire In Washington and ad
joining eouiHiei". janlOdluir 8m
J. M. Clo3. Bates 'McFarland
- COSS & McFARLAND,
Offii-e Upstairs in Allcom building
Near Breedlove & Giadwicks Bank.
S K. KEV vDA,
Will practice in the District, County
and Ju-llces Court. Prompt a'teii
tion given to tbe collection of claims
1. U. BOUEUS.
A.ttornoy at Xaarotr,
Burton, Washington Co., Tex.
J. A. LIPSCOMB,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Will practice in the District Courts
of Washington, Lee, and Burleson cpLn
DRS. KORRIS & CREATI1
Physicians and Surgeons
Offer iheir Professional services to
the citizens of Brenham and viclnltj,
Omce Wood Ii Co. Drug Stem.
DH. J. W. FOOTE.
of Virginia, late of Gonzales Tens.
Having attended a full Course of
Lectures at tlie Baltimore College of
Dental Surgery, and having had sup
nor advantages in Practice, feels a
sured that he can uara tee satisfaction
in j-very branch of his business. OlGce
over Wood's drug store. Brenham,
(Eiflden'a Brick Building;,)
Corner Main and Douglass Streets,
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
STAPLE AND FANCY
groceries and Provisions
WESTERN PRODUCE, -FAMILY
ffnOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER,
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Snujf
Powder, Siot, Caps. Paints,
Oils, IVooden-ical-e, Nails,
Rope, Brushes, Collars,
Hames, Traces, Jars,
Jugs, Wines and
Sole Agent for the celebrated" .aJ
LONDON SWAN GIN,
TV. J. LeMt's Celojeateu
ST. LOUIS, BOTTLED BEER
Jn quarts and pints, Superior to any
i her. '
rjFTh" hieh'-st market price paid
for Cottuu, Hides and other Country
produce. March 1, I374-y. "
A , SfEtZ'IG,
S A T-QJ -TT.-F?.
Cor. Sjndy and St. Charles Sis.
SADDLES, Harness. Whips, Spurs,
Oirths, Brllles, Collars, Hamc.
Truces. Saddle Bigs, &c, al'ayson
hand fur sale. I'epairing a specialty.
AH work warranted.
Alio owner fof one half ofWaa'i
ington coof the "Misvmrl Patent Bee
Hive," compriitlng that poruot Iving
North of the Central Railroad. Farm
rights, with one hive, $'000
aptClf A. STELZIG.
SALE AND FEED STABLE,
(Weibnsch's old stand) Sandy St.
Horses boarded ' for S10.C0 per
moajli. Sfngtc feed 25cts.
Buggies, Carriages and Harks for
Ttratisporlaion furnished to neigh
boring towns. novSdiwtf
Havfng purchased tho Worded ball,
notirer is hereby given1 that h will
stsnd at my stable at tlm low price of
$5.0 per sraeon payable in corn or
f W. DALLAS,
All orders lett at the County Cleta'
office, Brenlilin orUddresi-ed lofflut
Independence trill receive prompt at.
D. G. SMITH,
All orders dlled pfofnptly at living
prices. Pationage solicited,
WlLLlAif ZEISS, '
Baler a.nd Confectioner;
Main Street, Brenham, Texas. "
Dealer in Staple and Fatcf GVrcrrUrf
Wines, LiquorsLager Beer, Ac. Hut.
read, fresh Cakes;aud Pics oui hand at
all times 1 u
Barbf-Oud Half-Drcssen -
Ant street, under the Central Hourfe,
Shaving, ghampooning, dyinjr "and
lislr catling done to order. Patronago
COATKlCTOfeS and BCII BER0,
Brick In large quantities slwny 00
hand. Ccnttaets fur buildinffs tak'en
at living Trices- Job Work a specially,,
XSatrass r Majrafactarff,
Keeps consUnliyfl hand lfattiln
made Matrassea of all kinds, 'which ha
Is selfing at iditdefale prices lor csh.
Call at C. itebi rgB, nett door la R.
Ilofiman, and examine iny mairasrj
and prices before purehashinrfi elee.
.where, as lam makng tbe boat mat.
rasa In the market,
'" ' " " ii.
and ttacufactarer of q'
AGRICULTURAL IJIPLEHESTS, .
ESrSpefial altentiati given to fioltss
otiuciAU, geiierai jou woru
lug. 'ierma literal, H
Bird's Livery Stable
Groceries and Provisions,
A 'nil and c-iraplete Stark alwats ntt
nand, fox-sale at BOTTOM- yiOURES
or TnE CASH.
Givo.uS a 'trial, ;r
Jewelry,. Spccta J
des, Biker an
Repairs done en sliart notice- anc.
warranted. All Goods r&rrantevl as!
repfesented. v 1 1 n3
J? ?A. EtfGELKE
Foreign and Domestic Exclixtglf -
Kre -Insurance .Agctif,,
Ko.43 Brenliam, Texas.
STAPLE AND lANCY
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES,
Gents' Furnishing Goodst
Ladies' and Misses-
Hosiery, Hoods Sliawls, Rotes
Jewelry, Silts, Satins,
& or whlelr will be soW at very re
sonable figures for ready rash-.1 Call and
Xamlne mT stotk and prices.
A Fresn. Supply
Of Kef mfflEW Gife
E-yLadles wishlnff to ailora their
"Pera Cranium" will call and exam 10
tliose splendid Parisian Pattern II.i
and Bonnets', of tho very lafeet stylea
Prices moderate Inrai Inerti'me.
mITwtf JJivNETTE SCAWABZ:
By MeBeinci. Co , at cost to1 cf-if s enrr- j
nignment. J"! Nnv-T Kirby MoV ""
ers. a ?10 OD. tS 3 H lueh Iron A!o