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The Weekly Knnlier
J- G. EAJTKIN.
jiaxkix & jrcrEiHjyw,
E-liVr, Publishers mud Proprietors.
Friday, Nxfr : 25, 1S77.
Iria announced that Ejryptis
to send ten thousand tfoopi to
KMnforco the Turks.'
TiiE"Statp Esir bponjs day-after
to-morrow, and we' under
stand unfnborg or the people of
our county -will attend.-"' "
It is cLiinscd by some that
r iSoiitliarii Texas can be made as
Jiiie a wheat-prodnvtion eoun
n try as any in the world.
a e learn trom ihtSSiiivS.iba
-,.A;vtliat Geo. W. B.inipttluts
cimMtNna1Iy disposed of his
HSwyJiguuty mine , for 100,-
P- Ss, .
Dkpb:u& Bcizetrtho Sher4
Ifct JBrojJBDiinty, tok froiii
(Hie kewfot Jiic ijilaml
.tej' tear outlaw?, who
- - . i -i i
j-. , ! - m m ' '
LiaBryaftr old'boy in Pales
tino" ' ttwww. recently stol
is ho 4s tkeuallniitr by pome
) fftmi Ivivrmll vp.t T"Q to
' lS r J . jTvsKjffc:
ttnigrcss-or uia peiiiietitiarjj im-
dastsfof the mot wonderful
otdmnenta m.ide br the late W.
(jrBrownluwy-is that he never
JFcourtetl hut one wom.in, and
$f lierho-married. Good enough.
considering he w.is a juroii as
well as a politician
It is inuoiuiced that tweuty
Cve hundred United States sol
diers are soon to be mustered ftnt
ot service. We presume this is
the fnrco employed by Grant in
lording it over the people of the
flirt rtKl. rTnio-&a-'TrtW liioflnl
?j. frt n uKoSlfiftfSt.miOllUTIfkCi-ll
o . """"rs-ssv'jawaai;"
urolieiancr .in- mm;
tlwstuden What a terrible
clawiiiff tlietlvoriss will have to
cudure, -froui. now until com
mencement, ' 5.
A band .of Tmiinlerer and
. outlaws hUve"creatcd sT rciu of
terror ainoiiy; the settlew ot tliat
6eotin of tbo State known as
the-an 'Hunileby- tlira Urder
of several citizjns. Swtlers
Iiavc beeu compelled to fly tor
their jives, leaving their homes'
and property in tho hands ot
these blood-thirsty demolw.
The ilarshall -Herald, deals
plainlyand tnithfully with all
)nblic matters and issues. Con
oemin'j the rofundni!'' ofjjtihe
cotton t:is,kit expresses a world
of truth aikl justice in tho fol
"If the tax was in itself nn-
just and unconstitutional, it is
clearly thov .duty ot "the jjbveni-
13 ment that-profescs to deal hon-
csciy wiui us cuizcus 10 rciunu
it." - .
The concurrent opinion of
tho papers published in the
wlieat region of Texas" H th.it
" tlie present crop is tlie let ever
made in the State, and hat it is
now beyond, tlie reach of rust
or other disaster. With, the
present high prices for this ce-
real, times ought to ba cisy
among the farmers who were
wise cnongh' to devote a portion
. of their lauds to the growth of
wheat. ' .j.
We agree with the Fort
Worth Standard iu tho opinion
that the the tax laid on land
nu&other property is more" than
swseiout to pay tne annual ex-
jienses .of the State .without
taxing the productions ot the
farmer. Another oppressive
tax is the occupation fax a tax
often dollars ahead more than
sufficient in itself to run tlie
State government ycar Wo
believehese law?, so'ipire3sivo
' v to,tne people viad sp uncalled
1-tloE; should bo repeided as soon
sTus3ilIe.'tor tho good citizens
ttfrtltc State of Texas -.vill never
3rt.f .tit! ittttil 1 Iu .lrtii
iVl NVtUVM uui.i ai .7 itvi-
AS WE EXrKtTBD.
-It now-tums out, according
to the best iuformUtjon to be
obtained on the jsubject, thftt
federal mtrunnge is not to be
conferred on any but Republi
cans of tlfo Simon pnro Btrie
men whose, orthodoxy to the
party is not only pure, but like
Mrs, Cffisar?s eh'aaity, .above
suspicion. Tlie axiom, "put
nono but Americans on guard,"
is to be changed into "put none
bnt Jiepriblicans in office."
Those are not to be any ot you'r
latter day -snints, either. They
arc to be c-t the original 6tock.
R-ceiit converts- are to perform
a reasonable quarantine, so that
tlioy .may be purged frdm the
least taint of Democracy. It
is-possible that- theyttay have
to undergo a thorough perspir
ing fumigation before bting ad
mitted to full "fellowcbip and
equal -paf tncrsliip.
Beforoall tiese tedious pen
ances ' can be paid, pitariotic
Democrats, ambitious of serv
ing their beloved country in.a
good fat officeJ4vill have ample
time to" let their beank grow,
whether they tarry at Jcnco for
this- purpose, as youths, were
wontto do in, ancient times, or
tand in tho anteroom, as is
tho modern custom, cooling their
heels. We are -sorry for those
kwlio were In puch liot haste to
a5- - .
the, tune and sing "the,
The good faste which Gen. Jo.
Johiibfon'Iias'cxhibited iu refns
ing grand piibliiTdemonstrations
in Lis favor during )iis tour thro'
Texas is above prjiae, and is an
other evidence of the true great
ness aud solid merits of the man.
Kanoleon wasriever more he
loved and idolizedlby the re
nowned Old Guard, thani was
Geheral Joliusfonjhy the boys
whom ho leodjirthc late war,
and these arefcattered every
where, .throughout the broad
prairies ?of Texas.
Xsjfllad tliev not known how dis-
tetefnl such demonstrations
would be to their revered com
mander, no man ever yctTecciv
ed higher evidences of the un
bounded admiration hi which, he
is held' by-tliose lie commanded
in the hour of red conflict, than
would 4havc beeu showered on
the General during his visit to
our great Sfate. 2vo commander,
uiujcr in ancient or modern timesj
crer-wou tho soldier's heart more
fully than did Johnston.
The Singer Sewing ilachiile
Company is advertising Ma
chines in the Savannah JVeivx
fiir S-10. This is only one-half
thejonncr price, aud the manu
factured guarantee that tlie
quality of the machiues will be
kent iid to its Iiiirli standard.
Thin isti- move ill Keeping withj
the tunes, and tho company ile
serves much credit for their lib
erality. Sewing machines in
this age are a necessity to, the
workiug people, aud any reduc
tion in their price is- so much
saved to them. -Montgomery
Oh! yes. Mighty liberal all
at once; just as the patent is
about to expire. In less than
six .months these forty dollar
machines can be bought for
twenty, and then allow a verj
liberal niargiu tor profit to the
manufacturer. The actual cost
of these machiues is less than
ten dollars to the manufactur
er I OLNTTZEK. W lien 111
Bellville recently, we of course
aillcd on P. Wolnitzek, dealer
in Parlor and Kitchen furni
ture, as he is the only adverti3
ingpatron we have in the place.
we are ot opinion ttiat no
place of the size of the town
ot Bellville iu the State, can
show as fine a furuitnrc estab
lishment as is that ot Mr. Wol
nitz -k. We were glad to learn
trom him, that notwithstanding
the hard times, his sales are en-,
tirely satisfactory, and uo won
der, for his furniture fs of ex
cellent, quality and cheap.
m -m m
Do you think 3-our father is
going to moe out soon V in
quired' the owner of a rented
bullae of the sou. ot his tenant.
"Uecon so" w.is the reply ; we've
ticztiii iisiiiir winder Umiius for
firewood,"' - " '
BRENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY,
IS ?UIS KSFOIOtl
Jleccntly a vacancy was about
to occur in the postinastership
ot une of the iuterior cltiesin
the State of Ncv Vork. The
inclimbeiit had held the office
tell or. a dozen years, and had
grown rich from the salary and
perquisite--. Jho widow of one
of tho officers nrardorel in the
Custer massacre, having to sup
port herself and "two children
as best hhc could on a pension ot
fifteen dollars a mouth, was an
applicant for tho office. It was
promised to her. But instead
of receiving her commission as
.she expected, she received a cold
and formal document from'the
postoffice department, inform
ing her fiar the oia liicumoein.
would be retained. '
-TJiis 15 reform "over the left."
A rich, fat man is retained in
office, that he may grow richer
aud fatter, while a murdered
soldier's" poor widow is Ieit to
struggle with hei fate as best she
can. So it seems that after all,
tho great expectations' raised
about "civjl service reform,"
"will turn out to'be nothing bet
ter than "sounding brass juid
THE TVILL IS ALL.
In the every day business of
life there would ba fewer failures,
or partial failures, than there
arey if men entered their voca
tion, whatever it may be, with a
'full determination to deserve
success. It is not pretended
that obstacles calculated to dis
courage, will not daily arise in
auy business. But, a mau, be
fore he e'nters on any undertak
ing, should make up his mind to
encounter these without being
dismayed. Take the history of
those who have achieved a fair
degree of success in life, and it
will be found that every one of
them had to grapple with ad
vereity, called by some, misfor
tune. "No man need expect constant
ly smooth sailing. The man of
thonght and reflection is not
overwhelmed by every little
storm; nor does every little cloud.
fill him with apprehension and
Success in life is not the result
of blind chance, but ot persistent
effort, aided and guided by the
best lights that matrtum com
IT OAST HE DOSE.
The efforts to resurrect the old
Whig party, a very respectable
political organization iji it day,
has thus far proven a distinguish
ed failure. The powerful gal
vanic battery, charged with all
the" f, iree that even the vPresi
dcntial hand could give it, has
uot been able to make the corpse
exhibit the least symptom ot life.
Tlie truth is the body .has been
dcid too long. It, is as eold'as
an ice berg. All the powerful
toiiice, in the shape of Presiden
tial patronage, (and there is no
denying that they are powerful)
that can' be administered, will
be ablc'to impart the least de
gree of warmth to this political
body. Gabriel's horn alone has
power to resurrect this long de-'
SevBal ot pur eoteaiporaries,
among them the C'hristiun Ad-
vocate, are anxious to learn how
it was we coujd know, a Sunday
or two ago, that so f rsv people
we're on the streets, except tho
church goers, without being on
the streets ourselt? Well, we
do not live in a church, aud in
order to reach it from o'ur domi
cil, we have to pass over some
of the public streets, and as wo
employ our own pedals as a
means of locomotion we could
but observe, while going and
returning, the feature whereof
we spoke with an excusable de
gree of pride. We hope the stn
pidscan now understand how it
.was we'c6uld see that there were
Mio giddy idlers on the streets,
withoijt being on the same boat
Cot.. JJd. JJl'klesO.v died in.
the city of Austin on Saturday
morning last, lie was an old
citizen ot Texas, and has ren
dered her noble service in.thej
Peace to hi- a-he-
Flux is prevailing to some
extent in Dcnison.
They have fine oatcrops in
In Clay county, com is worth
one dollar per bushel.
The Cert ral road has paid all
interests due the State.
Texarkana is erecting a forty
thousand dollar cotton compress.
Local option was defeated in
Collin county by a majority of
Austin p.ys her Mayor a sal
ary of two thousand dollars ptr
San Antonio talksvof a nar
row guage Railroad from that
ejtj to Laredo.
MrsJabb, the cattle'Qiieen
of Texas and the world, fattens
annually 10,000 beeves. - -
We learn from the Paris Tex
an th it the wheat crop of North
ern TcxaS was, never better.
Dr. It. M. Swearingen has
becii appointed surgeon tor the
International railroad at Austin.
. It is said that the Texas and
Pacific Railroad brought 212,-""
000 people into this State last
Sixty-five thousand, six hun
dred and ten head of cattle have
paired through Fort Worth this
season, up to date.
Three thousand Merino sheep
passed through Sail Antonio
last week en route for Carlins
ranch iu Menard count'.
The country batween McKin
ney aud .Piano, on, the Central,
has nearly all been fenced up
and put in cultivation during
the last year.
Jack county produced last
year 10,000 bushels ot wheat,
'iijQQO .bushels of oats, 25,000
bushels of barley and 80,000
bushels of corn.
Sam Stockton, one of the
men who robbed tlie stage be
tween Fort Worth aud Weath
erford last July, has been
captured, and isa-naw confined
in the Port Worth jail.
Fifty wheat producing coun
cies in Texa, with one-fifth of
their are;i planted in wheat, will
fhake, at fifteen' bushels to the;
acre, SO.000,000 bushels of graiiu
Texas flour is attracting much
attention in South America, and
direct shipments areto be,in
creased. Col. Henderson, of the Dal
las and Witchita Railroid, has
a'contraet to ship ten thousand
head of cattlo from Denton to
the East during the month ot
June, and receives a donation of
ten thousand dollars from the
Iron Mountain road for accom
plishiii": that feat.
Mr. AY. P. Qciar, of Fort
Bend county has been demon- I
strating what can be done in
this country raising Irish pota
toes. . He has this spring grown
over two hundred bushels from
tour barrels of plantings. He
finds great demand aud ready
sales for "his potatoes. A sam
ple ot potatoes which he sent
the Galveston- News averaged
three-quarters ot a ppiind, each
Tvo dozen of these tubers
are eaual to half a . bushel in
We allude to these potatoes
merely to show the readers of
tlie JBaxker in Washington
county, that there are other
products besides cotton admira
bly adopted to our soil, that
will bril'n money. !onnectcd
as we arc with the great cities
of the Southwest, there is no
danger of glutting the market
with early potatoes; and there
would bo no difficulty in for
warding them to places where
they would be in active demand.
The hardest thing about it, i3 to
convince Southern farmors that
there is money iu anything but
Bakncs House, Houston.
Citizens of Washington comity
visiting tho Fair, which opens
to-day at Houston, will find the
Barnes House, formerly the Old
Capital, an excellent place to
stop at. It has been recently
rebuilt aud refurnished, and will
afford excellent accommodation,
at liberal rates.
CArT. A. P.. Coggeshall has
been declared a defaulter aud
relieved of the poatmaster&hip
at Ileinjistead. lln Ohio man
will prob.ihly be the next in-eiinibv'iit.
The Richmond (Va.) Dispatch
states that Admiral Tucker, late
of the Confederate Uavy, has
tendered his services to the
"Cxi'r. Lei: HaIiL has made
twenty-one arrests in three
weeks near Eagle Pass., He
and .Major Jones have become a
terror t5 thieves aud despera
does in Western Texas.
Tne San Antonio Herald
states that a movement is on
foot to build a narrow gauge
railway trom San Antonio to
the 'Rio Grande for military pur
poses. . .
The Wheeler fc Wilson Sew
ing Machine js now offered at
reduced figures, and we predict
that in less than six months the
finest machines manufactured
can' be had for twenty-five dol
lars. The time for demanding
extortionate prices foi Sewing
Machines has played out.
Jbii "Wakmikk aud John
Martin, highly respected citi
zens of Eetngio county, were
foully murdered, between Re
fugio and St. Marys on tho
evening of the J4th instant.
'Their bodies were riddled with
bullets. Officers and citizens are
in search of the unknown mur
derers. A difficulty occurred in Robe
son county a few days ago, be-,
tween Bill Smith and a Mr.
Spry, who was not syry enough
for his antagonist, and as a con
sequence was killed "'by him.
Smith in turn was not spry
"eaangh to avoid arrest, and Bil
ly now in jail.
TnE Montgomery (Ala.,) Ad
vertiser' expresses tlie opinion
that the Southern members of
Congress ought all of them to
support Senators Gordox and
-Lamar in their proposed remov
al of the duty ou cotton-mill-machinery,
so as to throw open
the South to English manufac
tures and capitalists.
I a a
Outl.vws Caituked. Two
important captures were made
a few days since on the Rio
Grande by Lieut. Hall. One
was Jim Burdett, implicated in
the murder at the Varieties
Theatre, Austin, last Christmas.
Tho other is Kiug Fisher, who
was assort of a king among cat
tle aud horse thieves a bort of
prince among banditts; and said
to be one of the worst meu north
of the Rio Grande.
Tun Philadelphia Times, in
speaking of the action of the ad
ministration with .reference to
the Mexican depredations in
"At airy time, if he could haye
rightly done so, the Governor ot
Texas would have undertaken
to settle tho trouble by diiving
the thieves back to their side ot
the river and compelling them to
stay there, and if chere is a rup
ture now the stalwiirt men of
Texas will supply all the army
uecessary to establish the risht
ot property ou the Rio Grande."
Auotlifr Pic nic.
Preuham, May 19th.
There is a first class Sabbath
School in the school house near
the residence of Mr. 1. P. Cur
ry. NQt to be behind the fore
most, they held a picnic on Fri
d.vy, in a beautiful giove a half
mile east of the school house.
Remarks interspersed with sing
ing were made by three young
ministers, T. J. Dodsou, ot "In
dependence; W'. P Riggs of
Brenham, and lb P. Swafford
ot Austin. We then sat down
to a repast both excellent and
abundant. Shortly after, the
company was entertained by
declamations from Daniel Hen
derson, Ed. P. Curry. Finney
Bryan J William Wilson and J.
P. ICiomer. Swinging, jump
ing the rope, playing ball, and
other games vied with the tempt
ing dinner and the flow of rea
son in ministering pleasure.
Butlsfind I am giving no ad
eqnnte"lidca of this enjoyable
occasion, and so I ttop just
Liquor dealers in Galveston
are wide awake and have foiled
the tax collector down there, by
suini; out a writ of injunction,
enjoining him from collecting
the State and county taxes ini-ixi-ctl
upon them t" the sale of
MAY 25, 187
It now lo.ks like no'inan can
tell to what extent the Turco
Russian war will go. It is sup
posed that, the Siiltan has the
power and influence to arouse
the Whole Mahomcdan world,
by siulply unfurling the Stan
dard of the Prophet. There
are fully 350,000,000 of them
on the earth. -
a m '
The most miserable beings in
the world arc those suffering
from Dyspepsia and Liver Com
plaint. More'than seVciity-five
per cent of the people in the
IJnited States are afflicted with
these two diseases and their ef
fects; such as sour Stomach,
Sick Headachet Habitual Cos
tivness. Palpitation of the Ucart
ing and burning: pains at tile pit
ot the Stomach, "Telldw Skin,
Coated Tongue and disagreeable
tasfe in tile lriotith, coining up
of food after eating, low spirits,
&c. Go io your Druggist U. E.
Luhn & Co.j and set a 75 cent
Bottle ot August Flower or a
Sample Bottle for 10 cents. Try
it. Two doses will relieve jdu.
TnTT-s1 W.ll.TCTT.M.a,fcrmnr ,.LLS
iSii.orccra Demonstrator or Anat-PILLa
iiJ-ti.So'iT In " -UMicai lourgc 01 , T s
SIES .!.. EiH-i
inns .Tniriy T""; IIir.r,f'":'r.,u;.;ff3
TiiTT'sthc, rw f m;dlc"".-.,0:!.:.r5
Tim's B'tter with llnn fn' UstriLLS
Terrier inn- rills, nl Ihc thou-piLW
?'lrrT,Mul'Of tenlnioiiljls Klira "ffuu
Tin-rSc're all diseawt that lWtriLLS
TCTTSfronia lUciert liver. TjjTfH?H
TUTT'S not recommended for all the Ills-rlLLS
TCTT'SthM afflict hnmanjtr, but forPlLW
TCTT'o lTfITl Jmrodlcf . ConMlna- 1ILW
SiS.$tlon.I lies Still nia-asce. im-riLU
J24.g lous Colic, nbcnniatlun. rall- rILLS
IKHiSftlon of the Heart. Ivldw 7 i.,, iq
TlVn'SACcctltm., remale Complaints.' 'Ji
TCTT'Sic- all oflrhlcll TMlIt from a''''2
TUTT'SdiraliKnicnt of the LUftt opJI,i''
TUTT"31edlclnei has rrer ptotMi MPILM
TOTT's'"""-'0'1 " w,JfTVLr.t JTW-LS
TUTT'S ICCBK slCK HEADACHE.: PILLS
TUTT'S : ' " : m-w
TCTT-s : Turrn pills i pills
Tnrrs i heqcibe.ko cuanos i pills
tutt's or Dirr. ! MLLS
TUTT'S : "! TILLS
TUTT'S i TUTT'S PILU i rILLS
Ttrrrs ! ake pcklly yece- ; pills
TUTT'S I TABLE, : PILLS
TUTT'S : : TILLS
TUTT'S : TBTTH PILLS TILLS
TUTTS -SEVEEGBIPKOa SAC-- PILLS
TLTT'S : SEATE : PILLS
TUTT'S -"! W1-1S
TDTT3 i TUB CEHASD rOBj TILLS
TUTT'S ITUTT'S TILLS la not can-: TILLS
TCTTS :lEKllothiacoilntr7,bntn.: TILLS
TUTT'S :Uadatoallaartottlieworld: PILLS
TUTT'S : -- : PILLS
TUTT'S : A CLEAB HKAD.atMtlc: PILLS
TUTTS :Umbafaoad Jiceatlon.loond: PILLS
TUTTS :Ieep, baaTast apirita, fine; PILLS
TUTr3 Appetite, are aonie of the: PJLLS
TUTT'S tresuitsoftliatueof TUTT'S; PILL8
Turra i tills. tills
TUTT'S "- : TILLS
TUTT'S : AS A FAMILY MED-: TILLS
TCTT'S llCIXE. TLTT'S TILLS, PILLS
.TUTT'S :ARE THE BEST-PEB-: PILLS
TUTT 3 -H.UiljT HAliail.iiso. ; irtui
TUTT'S : SOLD r.VERYWHEHE. ! TILLS
TCTT'S -riCT. 'Ini'ill-nVS CZSIZ.. TILLS
TUTT'S !- TILLS
TrTT'S : PRtNCIPAn OFFICE: : TILLS
TCTT'S :KO- IH HCBKAY BT.J PILLS
TUTTS 1SKW YORK. i.PILLS
This unrivaled preparation hat per
formed some of the most astonishing
cures that are recorded in the annals
of history. Patients suflerinfr for
years from the various diseases of tlie
Lung?, after trying different remedies,
spending thousands of dollars in trav
eling .and doctoring, have, by the
use of a few bottles, cutiftlj rcctv
trid their icaltk.
"WON'T GO TO FLORIDA."
If en ImX, Ausaat 30. 1872.
DsarSIpi-Wienln Aiksn.laat Trtfttatil oaed
your Xxpcolor&nt for my conga, and reaUaed
more benefit from it thaaanythlaf I rrer took.
I am ao well tnat I win not co to Florida ne?3
winter aa Z Intended. Send mo ona dotaa bot
tlea. by expreaa. for Bomo frienda.
ilUBD cUSHINO.lS3WcatThlrty.nrat St.
Boston, Janaary 11, 1B74.
Tbla certifies that X have recomsianded the
tiaa ot Dr. Tutt's Expectorant for dlaoaaea
of tho lonza for tho paat two yeara, and to my
IcnowIedfO many bottlea hao been used by my
where It waa thought confirmed consumption
had taken place the Ezpeat orant effected a oure
B. H. SPEAOU2, KJJ.
- Wa can not apeak too highly of Dr. Tutt's.
Expectorant, and for tho aaie of eufferm
humanity hopo It may becomo more generally
known." Comstia ADTOcata,
bW by Druiglsts. l'rlc Sl.OO.
WHAT IS QUEEVS DELftiHTJ
It is a plant that grows in the South
ami is tht only 'actual Wool nantii-r
ever discovered, by Arliiclt all diseasri'
that contra in the blood can bt) eradica
ted at onco ami forever. It expels fur
life all scrofulous, syphilitic, cutaneous
and rbetimttic affections, and is the
OXI.TTUUE KEMRDV for this clas
of diseases. Alone, it Is a searching
alterttive, but "when combined with
Uondnras Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock
and other mots aud herbs, it becomes
a blood purifier unsurpassable and un
equalled. Such is the combination of
Dr. Tatt's Sarsaparilla and
forming tho most powerful alterative
kuotyn to the Aludical Science for the
care of old ulcers nod sores, diseased
ioiuts, foul discharges front the eatr
nojtrild. Abscesses, skin affections,
rheuniatisiu.drop-y. kidney coutplaiuts,
evil effects of seciet practices. deased
scalp, disordered liver and spleen, and
all ilisuases that centre iu the blood
It possesses th peculiar property of
imparting a fair complexion and
Causes tbo Body to Gain in
Itsalue cannot be too strongly 1m
pressed njion the attention of those
who have been exposed to a taint ol
improper character. The afllicted are
assured that this is uot one of the
worthies uostrums ol the day, bnl is
prepared upou scientific principles, liy
a phy.-ician of thirty years experience.
Sold etery where.
IS, Murray St , Xew York.
Strayed or stolen from my nremites,
two miles north of Brenham, on- or
about the SOtli of April, one Black
Jlare Mulc, branded on the neck 11 OF,
als couotcrbranded on the shoulder X.
The aboe reward will lie piid for the
. deliriryol raid Mule
m.i i' 1; J. V". SqL(.K --.
I. H. BOWE1IS,
Barton, Washington co , Tet
p T. IvAVAAt'till,
i.ttObxa Oy at tte. J tVcvr,
Breuhain, - Texas.
Will nractico in TA'ashinctnn and ad
joining countien. jinlUdlmwSiuJ
J. M.Oos". Bates McFarland
GOSS & McEAULASD,
Office Upstairs In Allrorn building
XearBreedlove Si ChadwicksJaiik.
BBEEDLOVE & EW1S,
Attornoya - art -Ita-otr
S. ft. KENADA,
Burton, - Texas.
Will practice in the District. County
and Justices Court.- Prompt alten
tion given fo the collection of claims
J. A. LIPSCOMB,
RZ.AL ESTATE AGENTS,
ITill practice in the District Courts
of Washington, Lee, and Burleson coun
Office np stairs over Q id3ing's Bank
" ' i- iT ,
A a BITTETOB A O liKtWIO.M
Rippctoo &, Beaumont.
Real Entate. and General Col
Investigating Land Titles, etc.
Office in Real Estate Building, Xorth
side of the square, Brenham, Texas,.
Mr. Bf turnout will also practico law
in connect Jin with tho business.
DRS. 2TORRIS & CREATH
Physicians and Snrgcous
Offer their Professional services to
the citizetji of Brenham and vicinity,
Otlice Wood & Co. Drug Store.
May 1 4th 1874. Sn
T F. HATCHET, St. D.,
Surgeon and Physicians
Bespectfullr informs his old friends
of Brenham ad vicinity, that hehtBs(
resuinea practice, uiiiceatme t.rurap
DK. J. W. FOOTE.
of Virginia, late of Gonzales Texas.
Having attesded a full Courseof
Lectures at Un Baltimore-Collesre of
Dental Surgerr, and having had supe
rior advantages In Practice, feels av
sured that he can guarantee satisfaction
in every branch nf his business. OOlce
over Wood's drug store, Brenham.
(Kladen's Brick Balldlng,)
Corner Main and Douglass Streets,
"Wholesale and Retail 'dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Groceries and Provisions
WIIOLESILE LIQUOR JBEALER,
Tobacco, Cigars, Pipes, Snujf
Powder, Shot, Caps, P'aints,
Oils, Woodcnwarc, Ifails,
Rope, Brushes, Collars,
Homes, Traces, Jars,
'Jftgsf VTines and
Sole Agent for the celebrated
LONDON SWAN GIN,
TT. J. Xniip's Celebrated
ST. LOUIS OlTLEl BEER
In quarts aud pints, Superior to any
The highest markrt price paid
for Cotton, Hides and other Country
produce.- 'March 1, 1874-y.
Cor. Sandy and St. Charles Sts. .
SADDLES, Hafaess. Mlilps,- Spurs,
(linhs, Bri-ire,', Collars,- Ilaaies,
Traces. Saddle Bins, 4c. alaJson
baud for sale. Repairing aj specialty.
Ail work warranted.
Also owner for one-half pf Wash
ington co of the "Missouri PiitentBeo
Ilie," comprilng that 'portion lvinir
North of the Central Railroad. Farm
ri"ht. with one hie, 10.00.
C?0 Cf MONTlI.-.VgenlT.wan
j)tyJ ted nverywhvre Buhicbs
ii.tmr.ible il Hrt ctil" Pjrticnlots
I a. in free. Address J ftOUTH .s. Co,
' Su Unus Mo. -.uiit: jlwtf
i,r 'Hfr Mka
- All orders filled (Sromptlj-'t lnlnrf
priCfiH. Pationaga solIcited.'ft :
B -. tr..i. .- ?a
,a VJ.I-. tj
Raker hnd Confeetienerj
Slain Street, HrenJiaidt Texas.
Dealer irt StapTe.and Fancy OrncerUii
Wines, Liquors, LairerBeer. &c. H t.
rend, fresh Cakes'rJid Pies on hand at?
fidrfitr and Ualr-DrcssCri
- Ant street, under tho Central House,J
ShSvIng.'i'shanrpooniug,"1 dyiiig and
hair itiltiag doneta Ofdb. Patronage1
sollclicd.- Jan 2tlflf
CONTRACTORS and BUILDfiR
TJfrSk ia farge quantities alwavn ori
hand. Contracts for haildirgs Taken
at living rices. Joti-ifork-aspt-rialty;
Tt . fl.ii!NETTfv
JOL " ,.
Brenham TejtsS.' '
ta Tfeeps constantly oi" nhml'Sfachine
made Sfatrafses of" all fcitidsyhichho"
is selling at lacrali prices 4 orcs!r. V
Call at U. W ilti hefgsf next lir tt R
Hoffinan, and esamine- iny rna'rasea
and prkes before pnrchashing el.-er
where, as I am maling tjt feest iaalt-'
rassjn the inirketl" ,
SeptlOifl H. C.M1&17TT,
tihi manufacturer of
"r Brenham. Texa." .,
t3T Special alaiwi Atkfn Htm&a-
SUUHINn, geneMl bill iiilMrnillrj
irrg. Teems Wt
nard'a Livery 1?
ELDRUJfJE & CO.r t K- .
"3s ?" V
WHOLESALE -VND ItCT-tlL BEALKSaftS
Groceries ancl 'Erovliolsf
Brerjuafu, Teiajtt K ' j.
full and complete Stack alway.V4
handforsale at BOTTOM VFIO O UErf
fdfTHE CASH: J
Give aa a trijrf,- f"
- '11 i
T Dealer in
7 ii3nKX?s. ! '
Wafcltes, Clocks, fMjtMSS N-
Jewelry, Specta i
'cle? Silver an. '
'warranted. Ml Gcotts yarraniedarf 0'
rcpreEented. tlnj. i-
Jj( A. MGEtKE. ' ' I
DEILEKIN' - Kit '"
tortigo ana uomesue tixcBaBge
Eir6 iftsnriiiictr r
Gents' furnishing Goods,
iadfe" and SlasSJS. ,
"jMne jjress" go0d-?v
Ixmaj &e'.-5 &c.
AIT of whfcli will be H a Ve'ry re
s6nable rfgttre for feady cash, Call and:'
T.xainthe my stock- nftd? pricVs;
A Fresu Supply
ESIjidfes wishlnjt ta atiortf fheir"
"PeraCraniom" will call and examine
those splendid Pairsfin Pattern Ifatir
and Bonnets, of the very.rateSt ifIes.
Prices moderare to suit the time .-"
mlTwtf JEANEITE SCAWAR2,
By Mensing J: Co.,-nt cost tfyrtwe con
signment. 3-5. No. I Kiiby Slow
enr.atDOOU. "8 1J inch Iron- Axle'
Sntehell Wagons, a f80,0O.
'fvlnn calshi marlfiwir
"TnOR the speedy tfure of seminar
weakness; lost manhood, and alt"
diso-ders brought on Ry indiscrcti"iv
or eces. Any druggist has the in,"
greikents. AdilrefS , " -'' -
w. da"idso;c tro -
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