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BBESHAM, VASBOSfGTON COOTTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 18,1877.
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Slitors.PuhljVier and Proprietors
Friday, Kthys :US,-1S?1
Tim Txns 'wheat ferop ise-
ported as Jkfoling erV- promts-
Thekk 'are aid to be ttfctte
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Gov. KlciioLLS, oFXptiisiaiifc,
loan arm amV a leg in the.
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ThSkE is a law- in the SUta
bf 'llichiim iitjnliibiling the-"
It is rmnowd tint .Gen. Toiiii.
A. IwpinaS.teiltlered liilser-"
"icC3-tp RllSsf.t-. " 4
A-Kvr bank, vitliA, capital
of S50,000,1kjs been cstublWied
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(It iaittougiiLrtlmt tjie'Texas
"Ricific Railroad will hoc-nu-
piefeil to Vcathe
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Sbyr of Kentnck,-
siifline "In Ailton
d- wig.ge xn Jamiing"
The Cwiianehtj Chief' thinks
that the times demand a little
nn r. Idgal Iianjriiir. Jurymen
uiut leant to do their duty and
punish criuiinaLj as they de
serve. 'TtiKitefe ffcsci'fej-declded-ly
the bet yaper published at
the capital, and wo cordially 1
l'ecnmincnd it a$ a JBrm, unwav-
riiig suid reliable Democratic
ing'TptajritlL S. IT. McUcnry'
and A'.VilliftHM-as Iiis' Assis
tants. - 's -" .
At the lte term of.thcDIs-
trictseofP,of (-jriines cbunty
there were elevpu" 'decrees for
"jiarrw(5ilBlika r'We rout
'Tkveihiiaroat wnal Ifjin boln;-
Tbase wSo are fi, bo out !
Geobgk A. Gcsi.is-, ihe sten
ogaplier to , the President, is a
KMt ot ofli"e-lioldingibarnacle.
He liasbeenpritate secrptarj'
"to ? Post Tastciw-Gcnera tQ
tvit: Jif8wellj Jqwcll, Tyner
stud Key. -
An important Jand ' case is
now on thq docket, whicli fn-
vplvesthe title to a large por-""
lion of the tcwirorPrcunam.
JJaUa Herald, .
jSIibtake. Only mte hundred
ecres- the Eastern giifrurbsol
town Is involved in fhe suit.
Tiie Ilpnston Daily Age lias
been-enlarged to an eight col--Btnn
paper, and takes rank-among-the
first cHss'dailies of
the IwiiLvifWe arc- glad to sec
tl.iis -"evidence of. prosperity."
wliich we are certain can not
be greater than the enterprise or
its gentlemanly proprietors and
Se ixn JEvpiiKOs. The pat
ents npouJbe Grover & Uaker,
Whecler-ifc Wilson, Howe and
Shiger Sewing JFaehInes" ex
pired ou thp Sth fnstant, and
anybody "is now at liberty to
manufacture these inaehincs, in
eoriseronco' oTNvlfcha great
reduction In the- price ofsew
fng Tuadnueo ntay "be looked
Tiry profit oT the Granita
vflle (GaA cottot'r factory has
been 13 15 tlrc past year, the
stoeklioWers. hve- to proceed' at
once wiflr the hirifding' ot an
other factory witlr ar capacity
"of10)bOrspimIl(M. The Cliar
Tottee (Jfi C.) Observer- stages
' thatwitbiii twenty-five .miles of
Chariot fer there are seven cotton.
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s- B i III ii m u23K
miliar -i' ifmifin wnn ifrum
A commtmiaitioi. ior the
Biiraini, written atX'ineyi Aus
tin eonntf, dated thd 1st inst.,
only readied ns yesterday. The
intelligence it contains would
now be ft de, but we condense
bo mnyli ol it as will now Uc ot
interest to our readers.
At the time of writing, every
thing growiiipfon the soil look
ed well. Gnrdcps . unusually
The people of Piney are sufler
4ng from thieves. As many as
flvedtetjF oxen being stolen
within a very sliort time, and
unuibei's of cattle and 'horses.
They have fine singingcliib,
die Coneorilia, inaugurating
their new hall, a "large andnpa-cious.-build!ns,
the 8th ult.
IThe club has been in existence
seventeen years. Music speech
es, and l.iger all .flowed at the
inauguration of tlie. boll, whicli
was finely decorated with flow
ursimd evergreens. A. string
and br.tss band discoursing mn--sic,
there was n hall at night
given by the club. v
Atle' creek, there will be a
school festiv.ilr3Touday the 2 1st
' W. are obliged Jo our cor-
rcspondeht toriiii-good opinion of
thd B&xskr. If ,it is in bin
""ponojtheJunioE- will bc,on
hand.- Kopeypie-Kiipwhow to
get up school 'festivals better
Jhaii do thcpconle ot Ives creeK
Bs.nave attenaea several- oi
thuntj&aud - their 'inanascmeut
comuioj'iacd them to the a.inrov
al of ,tIi(jcvisitor3 and guests;
But vhotlHirsVve attend or not,
wCjknpwTOnvftjcnds will havo'a
THE 1'BOBtlCETAX. '
"Write us dotvSas "bitterly op
posed to any tapon produce.
The farmer is-'frftcd too much
already. Hepays a tax upon
his land and improvements: a
tax nnon Iheteain1 with which
iie nilakeshropj a tax upon
and noUemand an"additi6n-
altapipon tlic product of his
Wll 1? .All UUUllklifcLU-l UUUlUU,
licit amounts to -oppression
"What, tax ,thc bread and
meat the thrifty-tarmcr ias pro
vided for the suppqrt,and main
tenance ot lits family. N6,
In Panola copnty the.farrr.ers
havatoniicd a conibiuation lpr
the purpose of rchisting the pay
ment ql this mjust and opprcss
ivojax, and- it is to be hoped
that they may succeed in their
struggle For riirht and justice.
Tear Part. -
When yon go, to church to
day, r 'member thatyou arc nota
mere auditor,,' bitL one of the
performers. If the meeting is
to accomplish its true purpose
lor yon, you must engage in the
services. Too many "persons go
to church as they go to a concert
oralectmc. Put the preacher
and the choir -are 'not-the only
ones who have parts to perforin
in Sabbath worship, nor the
only ones rcsponsiblefor success
or failure. One might us -well
lot them eat his" dinner, as to
let them do his praying"; "and
And hero let us say that it
woiild 1jc an improvement if
there were more to join andily
in that part of theservice whicli
specially intites all, the sing
ing. Why shonld not all sing
who-can sing? The most unmu
sical ot ns can catch the spirit
of the song; and in all the ex
ercises wo can be -attentive
alert, ready to receive the lull
"benefit. Then the stranger,'
when he leaves us, will report,
"The congregations of Prcn
ham arc not made np ot the
'nooden' men and women yon
sec in spine places. They 'are
alive and awake. They mean
bnsiness when they jo to church
W.'ca now has;- street care,
whereat thV papers" ami peoplo
rejoice much'. "It will come
Brcnham's lime after a while.
At present, with plenty of hacks,
wo can manage, to get alons
verv cOmfortabivSwithout street
.cats. . 2ssSa
PBESIDENl1 lUl'ES. ' ' .
We-like the views expressed
lielow bv the Baltimore Gazelle.
Its conclusions are in unison with,
our own; arid, as we think, cor'-
' It ii a great mistake'to sup
pose, as some persons and papers
arc doipg, that because Hayes is
apparently firm in his resolution
to:arrvoat his. Southern policy,
he is determined to break with
his own ptrty and will eventual
ly drift into the opposition innks.
Jt U equallv absurd to imagine
ihat the President's action is
h tsed nppn the notion of his abil
ity to destroy both the political
organizations- now in" existence,
and build upon their rains a
great conservative patty om
hininK the best elements of the
two. JLltat lie lias courage
enough to persist in a, com sc
which-has alieuatedsomeof the
most vi:orou3 and influential
men in his party ,-naturally cre
ates woeder in the public mind
arid exeite3 undi-guised aTai-m
among his own partizaus. But
it must not be forgotten tliathis
administration is vet but a few
months old and that, as yet, he1
lias uonc noiiuiig lucuiisisieni,
witli his jvholc lite-asa republi
can leader. We do notoelitve
tliat he over contemplated "play--
mgtlie role, ot John lyler or
Andrew Johnson, and wepi edict
that beforesix months have pass
. ed awaheArill berstrongcr tjith
Ins prty than ever before since
he qutered public life. Mr.
Hayes'is a thurough Republican
aud he. jntcuds to remain one.
If hcshould be deserted and as-saili-d
by, the great conspirators,
who'traudulently made htm Pi-e-sident,
tliere willrbe plenty of
republicanslcf t oithc bettdr'class
whoavill sustaiu-hift ppiicy' and
endorse'fiis action, lor will ho
be able, if willing,4o captnrcany
respeettble jiumber ot Demo
crats, either by, flattery or plun
der. On the contrary, the'pajty
which antagonized' him in "the
prefdcntial contest wiltbe more
vigorous than everin opposition,
and thus consolidateiti strength
for a new conflict and a certain
victory in the near, future- Such
being the condition ot thing-, the
course of independent men- and
the "independent" -press of the
country is plain. When the
President do-s ,right he should
be promptly applauded. When
he uoes'w rang he should be swift
ly and severely condcmneU.'
Tnn Iscaxd Citt. Our rc
'cont trip To Ellis queen of the
Gulf, was rather brief, Avhen it
weuldjiave been protracted had'
we been aulc to consult our
teelings, instead, of lieing com-
pcllcd to lie governed-by other-considerations.--
The city is rather dull but
thisjs the dulL season every
where and Galveton, riiiUvith
6tanding her entenirise, Is not
an entire exception to thd rule.
Put brief as our. stap-was, wc
found time to interchange friend
ly greetings with jscveral lold
friends, and nmonij them Col.
Geo. P. Finlay, w hocngages in.
skinning Jladicals 'coil (tmore.
HiVo also called on Hr. Lovi-joy.
a rising young lawyer, and a
gentleman of much ' promise.
Stopping at the "Washington,"
we found the eenial Tind accom
modating Mr. E. Wf Polc,
clerk ot that establishment ready
to extend a hand of welcome to
an old acquaintance, and uiake
a temporary sojourn jileasant
Busy as we were, we foiindfiiiiev
to call on onr old confrere John
Levin, connected uow-wutli tho
Oalvesfonianjani were glad to
find him in fincliealth and hdpe
State Faic, Our readers
would do well to remember that
the State Pair opens t Hous
ton, Tnesday, the 22d inst We
have alluded to the Pair twice
before in 'these columns, and
mention it again, because we,
in common with every" Texan,
desire that it may bp a success,
which it promises to be, and de
serves to be, from the nnmber
and variety, of the premiums
offered. " We hops Washington
county will furnish a large num
ber of contributors and visitors.
Majois West, a distinguished
attorney qt Austin, pronounce
the law imposing a tax" upon
the farmers- bread and meat,
unconstitutional, and he might
truthfully lrave added: ''unjust
The most popular style- of
trimming new spring bonnets
tbi fccasrm h to put a pretty
face inside i
Ilvcklcy Hay Sth 1377
K'jtnr3 Bniim r
Onr Dramatic club's rendi
tion of "IXad Shot," and The'
loan of a Lover" was, if possible
better than thsir foimer attempt.
We still think: "800105115101-10113
Hilton hero may lest. Some
Ciomwcll guiltless of his coun
try's blood." A large, and of
course appreciative audience
assembled to witness the tri
ji in ph.
I must mention the throe
young l.nly DtbiUantics: Miss.
.DSttie Grinstcid, as "Lou"33"
did justice to the piece, and asr
Er.-ie-tiue Roscnilall" scorned'
to enter rather earnestly into
the spirit of her cliaracter, and "
was h.ipily enabled to cast offthe-
inflnnco of appearances which J
cemeu to cmDarass ner Hereto
fore. Miss Kcllie Garrett, as
Clutter did sui prisiugly well
when we consider she lias- had
no opportunity of even seeing
acting. I can no! be' too ex
travagant in praise of "Ger
trude" rendered by Miss Bertha
Greig; her second attempt, one
wo.ild judge her a professional.
She depicted to. weakness ot the
loicsiek maid, and the super
cilious .arrogance of the .same
maid when she. becomes a fav
orite of fortune, and wishes to
take revenge for her former
neglect upon her dilatory, -admirers,
with coiisiunate skill
and native, nriconcious' ability.
Siic undoubtedly has raiegcnin,
"snd witji culture can achieve.
- Mr. Jeff. Montgomery, -as
"Qapt, Amcrsfort," Mr: Ilig
giii!i as "Wiseman," juid". Mr.
reiga3 "owyzer showed Iwr
their con-ectness that thej- had
.'studied hard to succeed. Mr.
Murray as '-Peter Spykc' "Ilec
tor Timid" showed high-Dra--matii
culture. Mr. "Murjay is
uiauiiger, and L. H. Montgom
ery Piesidcnt ot the cHib.r
I believe we are piomiedin
a few weeks a three act Drama
but haver not been favored with
the title of the pieeo ns yet.
Hockley is quiet; dealers 'are
-stacking largo stocks "of luiniier
here for the fall "trade; !No cash
oiders coming now. IunbCut3
years, this xincrf vast ''pinery"
wilL be exhajuted. Copious
rains have- fallen, and Bonstou
prairie should now be called
"mainoth pond." c'Yx Liike'U
"w;is overtaken by a ternuc hail
storm on last Stipdayj when
there was 110 tree" nor'shrub tor
shelter. The hail came-in snch
a teritie shower that my horse,
frantic from Its peltins fury,
dashed aw ay f 10m my baud aud
.rushed aci-oB llij prairie to a
fence fir p'rotectianj while I was
lorced .double blanket and
overcoat over my cranium for
protection.' The stoncsr wrre
small, and only lasted about 15
minutes, or peibaps the readers,
of the. Baxslu would not have
been' afii Feted with this, or sn'b--seqnent
"1 e Loki." Some little danger
to crops by the hail. I was
much relieved to see two bug
gies with ladies reach a house
just as the stones began to fall.
The peculiar scream of a
panther la disturbing tho deni
sens of Walnut creek. I have
jbcen fortunate enoujrh to hear
his. suggestive wail, and do n-t
wish (.ocoiiituis ucarer acquaint
'j!Tovjik ds Twain.
Tiie Austin Leader, Ilayes
organ, is out in tho -advocacy of
a new party; and the editor
amnse3 himself in abusing the
Democratic party, and pi edicts
its early demise. I is strange
-that mme but ucpuhcans advo
cate tho new party move; and
it tannot therefore bo consider
ed as anything else than the Pc
publican party sailing under
now colors. It will never amount
to anything in this State; the
Democracy will crash it out.
Ruiicalism, no matter what
name it may attempt to sail
uider, will neve again ob
tain power hi the Lone Strfr
State. It is dead and hurried
The Eniopean war, it is said
will bring large quantities of
gold to America for the pur
chase of bicadstutfs, aud soma
of our exchanges are felicitat
ing over the idea,yfor getting
that this demand works a cor
responding disad van luge to if,
by causing a considerable ad
vance in the price of pi 0 visions
Gf.n. T. M. Logan, of Rich
mond Vn., is to deliver an ad
dress before "the smvivori of
Hood's Brigade, at their annual
ie union at Wacoion the 27th of
CoIe Cii-cu hiid Jlctajcrlc.
wili, i:xmniT at nnF.xii.vii
In speaking of this great show
fheMohilc Register a s: "The
old savins that 'all shows are
alike1 has no appellation in the
case of Nthe Circus" and Menagerie--under
"the nvinasempnt of
V. W. Cole. Their exhibition
had been " well heralded, in ad
vance, so that people attending
at ;Mob11e expected to see
bomctilmg of real merit.. They
were not disappointed. Piom
the tnua when the graud pro
cession commenced to move
thioiigh the streets until tho last
performance, cloVeu at ni&ht the
city was crowded with pleased
anil satisfied people. Traveling
by rail, aud so avoiding thednst
and' soil of tho turnpike, all of
the wagons, chariots, trappings
and properties looked fresh;
clean and new, and eclipsed
anything ever before seen in
The-animals of Mr. Cole aie
nunsually tine specimens, largc
healthy aud with no trace of
the half-domesticated appear
ance that so much detracts 'from
the interest of man v similar ex-
khibitinns. Whatever the bill
(.promised was fulfilled.
Bevctiful Extract. If. we
die to-day, the snn will shine : sj
brightly and the birds will sing
a- 8 eetly to morrow. Business
will not be suspended a moment
and the great mass will no? be
stow a thought upon onr jnemo
.nes. "is he dead i" will be the
solemn inquiry-of a few, as they
pa53. to their work; but no one
will miss us except our immedi-
n4-n nn aaIi rf rtvirl m a .lin &
iUU liUUUCltl'llS. UIIIL til 1 S1HMU
"time they will fonret and laugh
as merrily as when we sat beside
them. Ihus shall' w-e all, now
active in life pass away. Onr
children crowd close behind n-,
and they will soon he -gone. Pn
a few; years not a lK-im; being
cati -say, cl remember hiin.1'
We lived in another age, and
did bHsiness with tho-c "who
slnmber in the tomb. Thns is
life ! How rapidly it passes !
A dispatch to the Neaos from
Denison, dated may-Hth states
that Capt, Lee, commanding the
post of Fort Griffin, Texas,
with a party of forty soldiers
and teuTonkawny Indians, sur
prised ,a band ot Comanches
one hundred and fifty miles west
ot the post of Griffin, 011 the
4th inst., killed four and cap
tured six sqnawe, 69 'horses, 12
lodges and a quantity of sup
pties. On the Gth he captured
and bnrned three Ipdges and
some supplies. Casualties one
negro seijeant killed. These
Indians Jiad been depredating
on the bufialo hunter?, running
oft their horses, and otherwise
harassing them. The success of
this scout vilt be a wholesome
Rove and young men some
times start ont in life, with the
.idea that one's success depends
upon sharpness and chicanery.
They imagine if a lnaji'is able to
'get the' best of a bargain." no
matter by what deceit and near
ness he carries his point, that-his
prosperity is assured. This is a
great mistake. JEndurins pros
perity (jan not be founded 011
c inning and di-ihoncsty. The
triekey and deceitful man is sure
to fall a victim, soon or lnte, to
the Influences which arc forev er
vvoikiug against him. Ilis honse
is built upon the sand, and its
foundation will be certain to give
way. Young people cm not give
these tiuths too much weight.
The Bakxes House. This
new house, forriiPi-ly the Ex
change, is situated' on Main
street, Houston, aud is kept by
a gentleman who understands
his business. Mr. Runes is a
favorite with all who know him.
The hou-c having been refitted
and iefuinish"d from basement
to garret, onr readeis, visiting
Houston during the State Pair,
as many of thcni will do, will
find at the Barnes Honse the
comforts and conveniences of
home, besides being on the route
to the grounds.
Arnold feud be' ween J. M.
Brown, Sheriff of Wa-hington
county, and Hugh McKcown, of
the same place, was ended on
the 4th by the former killing
tlm latter, Qominche Chief.
Tfteun fortunate affair above
mentionvcT, occmied at Gid
dings, in Lee county.
Fourteen e Governors falf
States now occupy seats in fhe
United State Senate, viz: Clay
ton, Coke, Harvey, Boulvvell,-Stcven.-on,
Booth, ( )gle-by, Morton, Wlivto,
IT niilin," Randolph and Bmu
It now looks like no man can
tell to what extent the Tnrei
Russian war w ill go. It is sup
posed that the Sultan .has the
power and influence to aron-e
the whole Mahome'd.in world,
by simply lin furling the Stan
dard of the Prophet. There
are fully 350,000,000 of them
ou the cartlr.
It is anpounced that the col
ored people -ct'llonstonj intend
starting a newspaper ot their
Thoi.e are nine newspaper
proprietors in the English House,
'ainrdcr Will Out.
A few years ago "August Flovrer,
vvns diecoeied lo be a certain core for
Dvirp'i.i and LTtver couiplajnt, a f-Vv
tbin Oyfjietics made nliotfn tolneir
fnends .bow easily and t(uirfely ibey
Iiad been curel by its use. Tht jrrent
mem t ot Or H8 Anfist Flower be
cime beralded through tht coantry by
one -inflerpr to an(li?r, nniil, without
advertising, its eale bns btcmne im
mense. Druggist in ftveryTown in the
United States are felling it. Ko per
Son suflering Vith Sour Stomach, Sick
Iluadache, Co-tivene", Palpitation of
tho Heart, Indigestion, Jow spirits, etc.,
am tale-threedofes wlthont relief. Go
to your Druggist, B. E. I.uhn i. Ca,
of this city, and get. a bottle fop 73
cents and try it. Sample bottles ten
For the better conicn!euce-.of tho
consumer the proprietors of Dr- Sher
man's Xlalarifuge is now put np in 75
cent b.Htlcsas well na.$t 50, as hereto
fore To those ho are acquainted
with the Moiarifnge, it is not neccrsary
t' wy a word in Its behalf Bat to
thoe who shake in iftn rancj qt it, we
will simply say, try it. tfnttad.l your
ttstlmonyto thousands of others that
itcared jou. No other medicine is
required, as it is a combined Tonic, Al
teriiive.'Cithartic, Tebrifuse, Ghola
goguaand Anti Periodic It neu trail
7ea,mi i"inatic poison, purifies and in
vigirates tne b'ood, restores the Itver
and ether diseased nrganrto their nat
ural healthy condition, thereby thor
oughly, eradicating the disease. For
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TUTTV? Jflnwlfothiiifonntrr.bntrx - P1LW
TlTTTs irvndttonllfartfOfllieirerltll PILLS
TLTfb ! "-'-"" PILLS
Tl.TIS A.CLLAR HEAP, tlBtl! PILLS
TCTTS Jlllnl,lIctIon.!OBil- PILLS
TOTXS -l:p, bnoyantplril, finT PILLS
TCTT'S" SuplK-tlt. re om of tte- PlfLS
TrTT-S .iri-nlHoftlnoioofTlITTS. PILLS
TUTT'S IPILLS. PIJ.J(S
TUTT'S -"-": PILLS
TLTTS i AS A TAJIILY J1ED-. TILL'
TLTT'S .-IC1NE. TCTTS PILLS: P1WA
TUTT'S VttE THK BEST PEB-J PILLS
TVTT'd rrECTLYIIABMLESS. : PILW
TEXT'S "": -. rin
TUTT'S - SOLO FVEKTWIIERE. ; PILLS
tltt's -rziaL wihTy-an earc pili
: ruihcipvr. orrirs: pills
iSo. IS MDKKATT SiT.t TILLS
M.W TIIIIU. : pills
This unrivaled preparation has per
formed ome of the m6t aslonishing
cures thnt are recorded in the annals
of his'ory. Patients suffering for
rc-irs from the various diseases Of the
Lungs, after trying different relHedics,
tpending thousands of dollars in tra
ciing and doctoring, hae, by the
ue of a few bottles, entirely recov
ered their health.
"WON'T GO TO FLORIDA."
Hew York, August W. 1872.
Dt!. TUTT: .
Scsr Sir 1-When in Allen. UM wlaler. I nse
your Jlipactcrsnt lor my eough. snd resllf ed
Bcro benent rrom It ttaa uwttlct I '00k
lunsoTcell tDit I will not CO to Plotla cox
winter s I Intended. Bend rlo one doien bot
Vea by exprev. for sorao frlends.
Eoaton, Jairaary 11. 1874.
Tela ec-tiflea that I naro recommended the
nse of Dr. Tutt's Expectcrant lor disease.
cf the lanes fa- the past two years, and to m;
knowledge many bottles hao been used by my
paUonts with tho topiest results. In two case
whe-o it was thousht cottflrmod consumptioi.
had taken plaoo tho'Eipcctoraat cflcctedv cure
b. n. spEAOtrr.iuj.
We can not opeax too h'shly or D r. Tutt'3
Cjpectorant, and for thwoako of sufferlnj
aumamty hopo it may booomo moro eeneraUy
known.- Cnnistlax AnTOCATf.
jiold by Drussl'ti- 1'rlco-Ol.OO.-
JI. SINGELTAUY 4; CO,
Honse and Sisn Pafrfiei-s,
I'aiirfiiig, Grainini, ffifdinff
and Marbling, JPUiin mat
Decorated Paper Hanging;-
tCv.y lE(V, lift.
Satisfaction giveti ami all wnriC gilhr
attleeil hlmp unoer the llonKoture.
August lSib; lb7CsJwtfw
I. II. BOWEKS.
ja.ttornriy n.t XJ&-W,
Burton, Washington cor, Tes.
ri t. EAVANAUuir,
Brenham, - - Texas.
Will practice in Vi'ashington and ad
joiniu cduuties. jjnlGdtmw3m
i. M.Uom. jSitesMcFarland
COSS i McfAKLAXD,
Olftrc-iTJpstalrs in Allcorn buildiag
KearBreedlove & find wicks Bank.
-riufinDLovE & "ewiso,
-A."tioi?3ti.oys tit "Iin-cu- "
Brenl am, Texas
Burton, - Texas k
Will practice inthe District. County
and Justices Conrti, Prompt nttm
tion given to the collection of claims,
J. A. LlPiaCOillJ,
REAL ESTATE AGE2TTS,
Will practice in the District Courts
of nashingtou, Lee, and Burlen coun
OifFicnup stairs over Qidding'sBank
DPS. HOPEIS & CREATH
Plijslcians and Surgeons "
Offer iheir Professjoml serices to
tbe citizens of Brenham and viefnity,
(Mice "VYood t Co. Drug Store.
, May 14th 1874. am
DRjJ. AV. FOOTE.
of Virginia, late of Gonzales Texan.
DEVTAL t SUR6E0X.
HavinR attended a full Course of
Lectures at the "Baltimore College of
Dental Surgery, anct having had sap
rinr advantages In Practice, feels a.
8areu tliRt-he eaTi'nariintptiHrflnA
JrreverV branch of hisjjusinesf. OlBce,
over Wood's dfua . store. Breimanv
'TeXM. ' -..er
Cornet Main and Donglas3 Streets,
"Wholtfeale and Rotail dealer-in
GrotJeries and Provisions
WrfOLfiSA'LEf MfelTOR DEALER,-
Tobacco, Cigars, Eipes, Snujf
Povfate-rxShois Gap. Paints,
Oilgf Woodenwaref Sails,
Jtbpe, Ertishes, Cdlai'si
Mantes, Traccst Jars,
Jugs, Wines and '
Sole Agent for the celebrated .
LOITDOJY SWASTGIS, '
W. J. IiKJtP's CEIECnATKl)
8T. UtifS- B0TTT.ED BEESl
In quarts and pints, Superior to any
Z3T The highest market price paid
for Cotton, Hides and other C-onntrr
produce. March 1. 1374-r. "
Cor. StnySnd St. Cluirlee Sta.
SADDLES, Harnees. "Whip?, Spnr
Uirthf, BrHle-s, fjollars,- llauies.
Traces. Saddle Bsgs, ic , always nn
hand fnr 8.1I0. Itepiunng a. specialty.
All vork warranted.
Also owner for. one half 'of "Wash
ington qo. of the"jl!isouri Patent Bee
Hive," cnniprWihg that portion liing
Xorth of this Central Ilatlroad. Farm'
rights, with ouohitfe, $10 OC.
X ODK OUT' F'OTC
SPEIJVG cO SUMMER
A fitll stoclc- of Prints. Domestics,
Cambrics, trtwns, Muslins, Grenadines,
Poplins, Swiss, Inserting-, K&jinrpv
tiiiiltnlu.'S, glove", hosier , slirtes. par
aois; hadies and Gunta -Kjruitdnng
Goods. Call and examine ray goods
be'ore purthaMng elfcwhere,.as I ani
dtteritniiid not to be uiiuern'rt.
April ilKfT. D. LEVI,
QQ Tfi.WIOSTttw Agenla-wan
flfjyj ted 1 ervwhere. Uufincss
I- honorable ai.d firt class l'articulets
s-nt rree. Addrtsa J. tOU'lll A OI,
V Sl.Louls Mo. luorClsttf'-
Xlf orders .C11M promptly tft.n'vfntf.
prices. Pairoflagi &lltJt6a. . ,
, Baker and Cffifectt'fatct,-
Main.Street, Brenham. Texas.
DeaW In Staple afii Farcy OrocprYei
Nines, LFijnors,. Lager Beer, d-c. Hot '
read, f reah Cakes aud Piea on land at
all times JS..
-.GEORGE KELSOX, &
lafbcr aSd fitir-recYj'
Ant street, under the CeutralTIouseJ.
."llniTWninr Avtnn. mA
burenuinjf done to ordt'r- J-nlninage
solicited. 1' Ju4rf
COXTR1CT0RS and BUILDERS,-
Bi.EsnAjr, - - Texaii.-
Tfrict lfr largo qnantftfea-prVafa on1
hand. Contrncfe W .BnHdrng tote
at living rrices. Job J'rork ffpecialty
Keeps conBta'ntly ni hand Mncliinl
made JIatrasses 6f aTTfcind'hiclilio'
is iselhng atimIerjite p'rires for" cb.
CSV nt ' ?lf tehrrgs, neifdoor to R ,
iroffuran, aijl ianiins iiv-.5i1 rased'
and" prices ttfo?e, purchasninp: elFr.-wherVvas-IanvmaSilig
raps-fn tbe.min:fcet." ,
sentlOiff H. fc. BXliXETT. "
and' laanSfaefuVef f C"
X-?pecjaT aftenfl&o Mm
OIIOEIEfi, general jofc
Iojr Terms iberat"
nard's Eiverj- Stablt
A rutfana (bniTTT(fijlnclfn5rrfjnrf
iitui.iv ini awonk Dviiua riiXVRjba
Give as a trial.
w . --i -Tv 1-9 --
I Watches, Clocks,
cies, Buver Janl
Rejiairs doner on Bliortinnti "bW?
.warranted. All GcodSVarranied.iiV
represented. - vtlnS.-
JLJ s - A
STAPLK AAtD JrA&cfl
x BAT8f EOOfS Sll'OES,-
Genii Jitrmshtriy Goods?
.Hosiery,-flotitis, Slial's; IJolies,.
3invelrj7 Sffiis, Sifn'S,-
- JUtntyfUeh wHllie )I1 afVi'iy rea1
?.sonabTs SguS-forready rash. CaU'and'
iaiHbeinif sttKrfi' aitd'prlrtii.
'Ollf WMMX Ml
tjtdiea riMJrTJs "tit aHhrti their"
,!l,eni CralUdtn" will call and examine
thosB splendid Ta!lshh Patttfrn Hals'
and Borihets,-of tlr!) vefr late'St stvles.
Prite's uioderate tb'sulttlk tirHB'. "
liespeaftil'j'v , .
By Mtnslnf: t Co,, at coat iriVoc corT
ei.rfimrtiti r3!-.V?r.. l' KlrIK, 1'oW.
ers;n H)0o. 5-8 1 inch Irori Axle:"'
Xrtli'brlltlV.t.ntis n Stl Ot).
Ifertas casli. riiartoAHf'
two nnltW ttrtl-th cr firBoham, on nr
abriht the SOth" of April, ono Black
Mare1 Mtl'K, brarfdrtl-on the nwk Rl'K.
atso'aiiiiiti'rhrhrtdi'dontho shoulder K.
The above reanl will bo piid'f"r lhq
jdelnerof ald Mule
mav,br-l . w MJia"a.Ji
. -&. M