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The Weekly Banner
isr n.vsKi" & raving
Jritlivr, January -4, 1S78.
Tjikkb mi Ru.o Turkish
War news of an v importance.
The condition of SenatorPat
3 teraou h still vBryprecarion3.
in. - i m '" "
TsRCiVinet pwpMea pring
Qoclsivc sorHidsfatiofti tb the
recognition ofDiiz next week.
t TKE.Yictoria Advocate conii-
Plaine, ot J.iine, -will Jjo to a
hotter place than the EutSpring
A Cuicaoo tJwp.itch reports a j
lieivy gnow Rtonn t Cqeyenne,
which is coming eastward, ,The
weather thronghuut ther north
vest is cooler-.
J- i t-w
Official .dispatches from Bis
Horn state thtt'the Nez Perces
Tire deserting Si ttfng.'Bul whft
j- camp.d on Rock creek, and
sirccoinnilttiiig depredations on
ther Indians. - . -
v It is ."ofHcNliy winfirmcd thit
thetBritish sroverninent.haB con
eeiited,-op-,the solicitation oh the
Jrti c Approach the Czar
Xritii a. vlew-jOf arranging about
n gotitttuTSor peace.
The pending re-lution offer
ed "by SenatorBntlcr.to investi
gate the charge that lie entered
Int'ian nnholy alliance with Sin
iiturs Coiiover "and P.ttterson,
will probabl yvbe adopted.
Tbe wreck, of the steam-hip
Jlltiron and the 'consequent los
ot life is now laid tp one Ev&u
O'Neal, a fisherman", who, it is
. claimed! could 'hare given the
alarm .at "a Life Saving, station
but neglccted'to'do bo. "
Two yosinglliEtbs of the law
at Stacon, Ga.j had a misun
derstanding; 'M-tod To-ecttlo--it
fouslit "a Jnel near Colnmbus,
Ga. Two shote each were ex
changed; nobody was hnrt and
their wounded honor was satis
The bridge over the Danube
at Jsikopolis wes destroyed by
ipe"on"Wednesdny. The weath
er bas arrested the ssjan on
ward movement. It begins to
loot as..il' the eampais;i wGsover
for the jear. -The snow at Rust
chnfc i- twri -topf Aoi-p.
TALi'AKiv) advices to Nov.
28, state that" a rebellion has
arisen iri"Punta Arenos. Porty
jicrsons were killed and lOi
wounded. Adriees from Pena
flor state the revolution has been
qnelled and the Columbian army
has returned to Columbia. The
coffee crop of Guatemala is large.
TnE Galveston. JTeios, follow
ing the example ot the metro
politan press, and keeping tip
with the times and the demand
for news, issued a paper the
day after Christmas. The
Houston, - Brenhatn, Denison
and. other papers in the State
took a holiday.
The, Ileal Estate Savings
Bank at St. Louis has suspend
ed. Asscto $450,0()Q, mainly in
lionds and mortgages. The de
positors will be paid in full. The
f tiiure is. attributed to the ciior
mous shrinkage in the values of
real estate, in which most ot the
fuudrof the institution were in
Bkrtha. "Vns Heller i3 the
rhampioti female walkUts. In
P-dtimore she recently1 walked
eighty miles in twenty-six hours.
She bettS o'clock in the
evening Blied at 9:5i the
next cvsniuK)c actual walk
ing - time wasO k 4 in. 2Gs.
The first tift miles were made
an one neat,
A disgusted cuss in Galves
ton went to. the office of the
Chief of Police and asked to be
arrested, saying ho had robbed a"
gas company in New York.
3This proved to be trne and tlfe
cuss wr3 accommodated. When
asked vfhy he "gave himself
away,'' he replied, " that he
would 'rather stay'iiif Sing Sing
than live in2exfe." 4
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COL. 1). C. plDDISGS.
This gentleman, who is now
here spending the holidays, in
forms the Paxxek tint he voted
for the silver bill and the repeal
of the resumption act. The A
ociaft?l Pies dispatches in the
Galveston iWics and also in
other papers, It seems, errone
ously leportwi Col. Giddings as
having voted again-t the silvei;
bill. Belieing the dispatches
to be true, we of course de-nonm-ed
It aftirds us great pleasure to
place Col. Giddings right iu re
gard to the 'financial problem,
npon which so much depends.
Y6 hpe tliat thcjiapbrB1
throughout the Diatrjct aud the
State jjencrally, which have de
nounced Col. G-, will do Jiim
the justico to place him in his
true position. He is heart and
soul with the people has done
and will do everything in his
power o favor such. legislate n
lis will relieve the existing
strit!genejof the" times.
We learn fromthe San Saba
ATeios some interesting particu
lars regarding the 'wholesale
slaughter of the bison (buffalo)
on" the plains. It .13 estimated
that at least two thou-and per
sons are now encamped on Texas
soil for the sole purpose of
slaughtering the bison. 'These
men have reduced the-limit to a
system, and are as thoroughly
organized 'as a 'well drilled
army. -The plan is to surround
the whole buffalo range, ' which
is done by sending oat parties
hundreds of miles from the set
tlements and completely encir
cling their prey, thus cutting off
the retreat. Regular hunter's
supply stores have been estab
lislietl at convenient localities.
The hunt is kept up during the
entire year. The lifJes are scut
to market some of the meat is
cured and sold, though the prin
cipal part is thrown away. The
to hundreds of thousands. There
should be some legislation to
prevent this wholesale slaughter
Got. Hnbbiird. "
Tnu Galveston J!Tews has an
editorial' oa the ..charges, made
igain:t Gov. Hubbard in regard
to certain buiuess transactions
Avitb J, H. Burnett & Co , and
the temporary lease of the pen
itentiary to Barn t fe Kilpat
rlck. It says that eo far as the
evidence adduced goes, the Gov
ernor stands acquitted of the
charge. His dealings with
ilessrs. Burnett & Co., csteud
back six yearc, and are exclu
sively of a private,, commercial
character. From the time the
time the charge was first made,
the Basxee has placed no reli
ance in it, .regarding it as a
mere bugaboo. This, without
any regard to the possibility ot
Gov. Hubbard being a candi
date for re-election. There is
plenty of time between now and
the next electiou to select a can
didate. Internal Kcrenne.
It is rumored that the sub
committee of the ways and means
committee will report to the
whole committee a proposition
toreimposo an income tax, the
-object being to reduce the to
bacco and one or two other in
ternal taxed. The argutnent in
favor ot the income tax is that
iheE-istcnijSeaboard and middle
States now pay far less internal
revenue 'tax than the Northern
and Southern middle States; that
property, and production are
over-taxed in the latter compar
ed with with the former. The
object is to reach the holders of
government bonds, the most of
whom are residents of the East.
It is thought that if such a bill
passes it will be laid specifically
tor one year, leaving it with the
next Congress to continne it.
The Governor has ordered
the arrest of the Texas troops
guard at EI Paso, charged with
kil'ing the prisoner in their
charge. Gen. Hatch has asked
that Major Jones;, of the Ran
gers, be sent to El Faso.
BB,ENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS. FETOAX JANi
TltC TOOK fAKX.
As appears by the proceed
ings of the County ' CoUimis
Monera' Couit ejsewhere, they
have by a- mnjiiri'y decided to
rescind the .order purchasing a
county or poor farm. Just bow
this action was bronght about
we are not at this writing advis
ed, neither do we know what ac
tion is contemplated by the
learned "commissioners .who vo
ted to rescind. One thing how
ever is patent, that is it c"sts
the coujity nearly 40i)0 pir
year to partially maintain the
paupers, that being the amount
ot 6crip doled out to them in
:6inal installments. --Msinyof
the recipients of ' the county's
bounty are able to do at least
some work by which they could
be made to partially if tint
wholly' to snpport themselves.
To our idea the purchase of a
county farm involved no risk,
the property would not be likely
to deteriorate in value and we
feel satisfied that thenuinber of
paupers on the roll would have
been largely decreased as' many
of them would have devised
ways and means to maintain
themselves, when it came to the
last resort going to the county
farm. If, after a yeir's experi
ence, it should have been found
that the system was a failure, it
could then be abandoned, aud
the property refold aLboutthe
original cost, perhapsNor more.
In Missouri, and several other
States, the system of maintain
ing paupers 011 county or poor
farms has been in operation for
many years, and has been found
to work well and satisfactorily.
The facts about the EI Paso
invasion are thus summed up by
the San .Antonio mispress:
The "mob originated in Mexi
co ; was led bv a .Mexican and
drilled by a .Mexican officer and
was a Mexican mob. The ob
ject of the mob was to accom
plish the death ot Judge How
ard, who held certain .salt lakes
in Texas, in compliance with
the laws of Texas who was
the legal owner of the salt, and
who had given the Mexicans no
caiite for complaint, except that
he asked the payment of forty
cents a "bushel for it. The at
tempt to make out that
the mob was from this
side of the river becomes
very ridiculous when the fact U
made known that a hundred
bushels of salt were used in
Mexico to one on this side of
the river. The logical deduc
tion from articles in various
'Nbrt'ieru papers is, that the
Mexicant were, justified In tak
ing possession of American ter
ritory and murdering Ameri
can citizens because Howard,
an American citizen, had the
audacity to mainlian his legal
rights in his own country. This
isTthe only provocation the Mex
icans have had.
CnANDLEis's letter., caused
gieat excitement in political
circles in Washington. More
extracts are given. As soon as
Hayes was safe Packard and
Chamberlian were notified by
Matthews and Evarts'to get ont.
Chambcrlaiu was summoned to
Washington and told that he
must surrender. He demurred;
Hayes hesitated, bnt Hampton
demanded a compliance with
the contract. Matthews was
sent for, came from Ohio, and
within twenty-four hours Cham
berlain was a dead cock in the
pit. From all of which it ap-
Ecars that Chandler and hie
rother rascals are the first to
Brother Beeciieu has again
been yanked up before the
courts. One Wright sues him
tor cool 510,000 damages and
also for another $10,000 allegu-1
to have been paid him for a
work entitled "The Life ot
Chrit." It is claimed that
Beecher has not finished the
same according to contract.
Gano's command held its re
unio.n at Dallas on Christmas
day. Addrc3e3 were made by
Gen. Gano, Ge'n. S. B. Bnckne-,
Gen. W. L. Cabell and others.
The society meets again at
Dallas; July IGth, 1S78.
TniKTT newspapers have died
in Texas during the last twelve
months. Mississippi comes next
with twenty. It is easy to start
a piper, but very hard to keep
Heywood's Minstrels had a
good house at San Antonio.
About forty of the Haven
colonists havo arrived at San
. A fire broke out at McDade
on Thursday morniug destroying
The S. A. Express says a
pretty "salty " "time is still in
prospect at El Paso. J
Tom JSixon, one of the
railway express robbers has been
arrested at Sherman.
"Squash-colored" is now
.the fashionadle complexion for
Afnean "entlemeu,-3t Austin
The town of Yictoria in
dulges in the luxury ot a city
election on the 7th oi January.
El. H. Cunningham, the
new lessee of tbe Penitentiary,
takes charge on the 1st of Jan
uary. A San Antonio gamin
cleared 9.10 selling newspaper
'and shining 'era up on Christ
The Austin State Gazette
has been reduced to a six col-
umn paper, and is issued in the
J. C. Herman, formerly
an employe of the Central rail
way, w:is found dead in his bed
An escaped convict and a
very b id negro were captnred
it Millic'.u, with 6tolen horse
trom Bryan. They were juggnd.
A brakeman, named Doug
las, formerly a resident of Hous
ton, was killed while coupling
cars at Llearne on last Saturday.
Houston must be very dull
or very moral. On Friday
morning only only one case was
mustered np before the Recor
der. Judge McCulloch, one cf
tho land swindlers, "has witl -drawn
his appeal and was sen
tenced to six years labor in the
The Houston Telegram
says tin re was so much drunk
enness among the negioes on
Christmas that the white folks
should hereafter keep sober.
Richard McMinn, aged 80.
and "Mrs. Bays, aged 82, were
lately married in the town of
Goliad. They are old enough
to know what they are about.
A Dallas book-keeper, who
had been fighting the tiger, em
bezzled $300;' was caught at it;
disgorged and was dishonorably
discharged by his employers.
They have some wayward
colored gentlemen in Houston,
as well as elsewhere. One was
caught on Christmas eve steal
ing railway picks from the depot.
Brady City, McCulloch
county, is biz enough for a
newspaper, and is improving
and is improving all
the time, nero is a chance for
some adventurous newspaper
In a few months San An
tonio will be provided with wa
terworks, after which it is fair
to presume there will be a de
cline in the prices of beer and
A man was killed in Llano
county, who, it was supposed,
was riding a stolen horse. In
vestigation proved that the man
was not a thiol, but was riding
his own horse.
John Potts, alia3 Pegging
Awl, passed through SanS&ba,
in charge of a sheriff, en route
for McCulloch comity. He was
arrested in Waco on a charge of
There are one hundred and
one aspirants tor the office of
Mayor of Victoria, and every one
of them expects to glide into
office without advertising that he
is a candidate.
We learn from the Hemp
stead Messenger that the bodies
of JMr. and Mrs. O. G. Dibble,
who were drowned in Cedar
creek, Waller county, on Wed
nesday last, have been found.
The Corpus Christi and La
redo railway has been completed
to Banquette, forty miles from
Corpus. A town has been laid
o!F; a postoffice opened and sev
eral business houses are in
course of construction.
1 1 iu-.'..ras;
Mexico's new rower.
The St, lonis Ikniibliaai. in
mentioning the fact reported y
Get. Ord, that the Moxic
troops joined American Jri
in arec ntchascjiUergrease
who had sought rettige on
Tliij dct proves a willingn
ou theFpart ot the Mexican
ornment to co-operareln"
suppression of these fr rauB
Heretofore it lias been generally
believed and not without rea
son that the Diaz administra.-
tion hid neither the desire , nor
uhiiitv to m.iiuirfl its own mnnc
-.or assi-t ns in- fnanaawJ thcin :
u sum 1, nine xias, iijio uis pre
decessors, was disposed to wink
Jirriicleplxdatioiis on the BJp
Mexican forces mav unite in flfel
punishment ot border brigands,
n matter from which side of
river they come. Six mouths
ot this active co-opcratiou in be
half ot peace and good order",
will give our Texan lronticr the
quiet it has so long needed.
The recognition ef the Diaz
government by the United
States would probably put the
Mexican government in a better
condition to enforce order on
the Rio Grande frontier ; it at all
events could make matters no
worso and would not materialry
change the status of the two
governments. It is evident that
it the military authorities on
both sides ot the river act in ac
cord, raiding can be brought to
a summary close.
The Eastern Yfar.-
Bucharest dispatches report
terrible sufleriug among the
Russian an3 Roumanian sol-
diers and Turkish prisoners on
the roaI to Bucharest during
the snow storm.
A London special, received
in New York, says, in English
Military circles war is considered
almost inevitable. .Arrange
ments are completed, and regi
ments allotted for an army of
80,000 men, and steps already
taken towards tho formation of
a nucleus for a reserve army.
Profound uneasiness prevails,
and there is great depression in
trade and finance. The North
German Gazette, the official or
gan of Germany, says, "regard
ing intervention, Russia, in the
fulfillment of her mission, can
scarcely be stopped, even by the
cleverest moves on the political
Should England take a hand
in the Eastern war, the proba
bility is that all of Europe will
become involved in it before a
settlement is reached.
The Wae Department has
nothing new from the Rio
Grande. The presence of the
troops has a salutary influence
in preserving peace. Two of
the men killed by the troops
were resisting. The depart
ment, depends on the discretion
of the officers in Texas to deal
with the Governor of Texas, un
less something of an extraordin
ary or startling nature should
occur. It is firmly believed that
the troops will be able to keep
order and that the Mexican gov
ernment will co-operate to that
Correspondence received at
the Military Headquarters at
Chicago from El Paso, says only
five rioters were identified as
Mexicans, and it is thought only
about a dozen were from the
other Bide. The rioters were
330 strong and were accompan
ied by 150 thieves. The Mexi
can authorities have posted no
tices on both sides of the river,
warning Mexican citizens against
participaitng in tho trouble.
This, it must be borne in mind, is
an army view ot the trouble.
TnE Kew York Jfvening JPost
says in regard to the latest pei
formance of Win, E. Chandler
that ic is ono which even the
other Chandler (old Ziek) would
be ashamed ot.
Anything thit old Zack
Chandler would be ashamed ot,
certainly must be very, very
A Tnrcophile is one who feefs
for Turkey. There are any
number.of colored tnrcophiles in
San Antonio, and they feel
around for chickens too. San
,We have a few of?.'cm hcie.
Allen & Foster.
1 vs JBreetfJovc,
1)G Doiajn Y5 Newman.
4997 Dodsou vs Newman.
4998 Dodson vs Newman.
5227 Gee & WbiUkcrvs New
man. TnnnsDAT, IOth.
52S9 Nichols vs Barber.
5S90 Reid' fc Smith vs Wilk
inson. 5391 Reid & Smith vs J W
FKIDAY, llTH. t
5052 Grcnn vs Broesche.
o378 Wardwell vs Matchett.
5427 Landon vs Chad wick.
5432 Dwyervs Fricke.
9t MONDAY, 14TII.
'4028 Leo vs Lockctt.
5135 Burton Bro's. vsPaily &
4774: "Morgan vs Giddings.
5063 Bryan vs U u&worth.
4S40 Cook vs Carter.
4903 Carter vs Cook& Degges.
5137 Rankiu vs Rankin.
490G R R vs Binding.
5110 Dwyer vs Parsons &
4993 Perry vs R R.
oll4: Low vs Rippetoe ifclTc-
5209 Mclutyre vs Low.
' Saturday, 19tu.
5105 Fink vs Ins Co.
Cases left on call.
46S8 John Ewing vs Ewiiig.
4733 Campbell vs Gentry.
4S03 Campbell vs Nonan.
503R-wing vs Scallon.
5098 Pesch vs Passett & Pas
sett. 5202 Collins et al vs Atkinson
5319 Hartwur vs Hartwur.
5327 City of Breuham vs Slater
5332 City ot Brenham vs Moore
5335 City of Brenham vs Hack-
.5336 City of Brenham vs Wilk-
ins and wife.
5337 City of Brenham vs Cro-
zler and wife.
5349 City of Brenham vs
Shropshire and wife.
5348 Smith vs Smith.
5349 Hinsey vs Hinsey.
5360 Ross vs Kos3.
53G1 Johnson vs Johnson.
5362 Spofford vs Harris.
5392 Easley vs Easley.
5393 J C Mundine vs Mason.
5410 Mundine vs Smith.
5 111 Hcaly vs Belt et al.
5413 -Stone V3 Smith et al.
5426 Bradford vs Bradford.
5427 Bradford vs Strucke.
5431 English v.s Hackworth.
5433 Goss vs Randall, excr.
5444 Moore VS Moore.
Cases set and not tried will
be reset as they appear on the
Docket. Uases not called on "tlie
day ot setting shall be left for
After six days spent in
discussing questions of law, the
Rof.hse.hiTd case was continued
till the next term. The Marshal
Herald justly says :
It may bo said with truth,
that no prisoner has been inori
ably defended or more ably
prosecuted. We haveno com
mentary to make, except' this
that it is to be regretted that
such trials are delayed from term
to term, instead of being forced
to an early issue. It is a defect
confined not alone to Texas, bin.
to the execution of the criminal
law generally, and which the
wisdom ot legislation should be
employed to change. '
TnE effect of railroads in.scf
tling up a country is aptly illus
tratedby the International. All
along Brushy creek and the In
ternational railway, frotnRound
Rock to Rockdale, where two
'years sgo but one unbroken and
uninhabited cxpinsa of country
greeted the eye, may now be
seen the good effects ot a railrpad.
Uany farms have been opened,
and three new towns Taylors
ville, Hntto and- Round Rock
have been built up.
0!IIec Uptir in Allcorn bnildinjr
lionh Mde o( Public Sq'iaru. jaelSnrtf
J Beth Shepard, C. C. Garrett,
I eHEIMRD & GAKKETT,
Urenhum, Washington couu'y, Tex.
N. A. Rector.
SREPA'RI), GARRETT & HECTOR,
ClidtUfiga, Lee county, Texas. Jt
-A.,". BuySnevr for' Lee-.counts'
phouldbu rentfftf Gidilingao!u;",,HlY'
wasuington emimy to tLn nfura at
-T E. MATCIIET, M. D..
Surgeon and Physician.
Respectfully informs his old f.-iends
of Brenham ad vieinitv, that hehm
resUmccT practice. OlEce'at the Crump
er House. maj20di.wtt
J T Norn, lib. LB Great!., M V.
RreihaiH, Rocky, Austin co.,
DRS.NORRIS &r CREATE
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offers their Professional services to
the citizens of Brenham and vicinity,
Offlee Vood ! Co. Drugstore.
, . AIayl4tul8T4.3m
BAss florae for Sale.
TS'ie larjje two story b-irk store and
du-ellinj.knnwnas the Sch varz corner,
is offered for Fale
ATA BARGAIN. -
Eor particulars apply no the-nrei'ii-seato
M. SISGELTART & CO.,"
House and SI;rn Falnters,
Painting) Graining, Gilding
and 21grTlingt Plain and-
J)ecorated Paper Hanging.
&c. dk, &c.
Satisfactiongiven and nil work guar.
Aurust 18th, ISTW&wtf.
Murphy & Brown,
House, Sian and Banner Pain
ters,' Plain and Decorative
Main St., opposite Zeisn's Bakery.
We guarantee to do the Cheapest and
Best work, and would rcqnist parties
wanting asrthing in ourjibo-to exam
ine our .work before -mplo.ting any
one. Wo also manufacture to order
Show Window Shades. ociiMdfcwJm
JPURMTEKE ! FURSITUBE I
MRS. CAROLINE WITTEBOBQ
has assumed, and "will continue (he
business of her lite husband, & WJtte
borjr, at the old stand on Alain slreit as
Such as Besteads, "Wardrobts, Sofas,
1 -can pes, Chain, Bureaus, ord iu fact
every article desired by housekeepers.
Undertaking, will, continue to re
ceive prompt attention. Als, Jletalic
Burial Cases and CofflnTriinminss on
hand at all times. '
gT" Those knriwjn themselves In
debt. to the estate will, please, call and
pay at once and bato trunble Those
having claims will please present them
to me for ravmect.
llav 1st. 1S7S d&wtf -
G-II?T - DRESSER.
Takes pleasure ic annonDcing-that be
ivnow prepared to apply to Rins his
new Patent Gin-Dress at rtasonable
rates, lly mode of TtTess is superior to
the briar point, or any other in use; in
asmuch as it docs not nap, cfeaus the
seeds, makes a hettel sample and gins
1 have a'so procured, nt a. heavy ex
pense, a new patent "gumming ma
clun,vr with wnic'i I am enibled to
repair woits oOr Gis'-SKwa, providing
new teeth nnd nitkinjrtbem do asood
work as a new pin. &Mifacti in guar
autoed iu every instance. 1 asi cow
ready for bu-iuess.
All orders pent to me at Henij-stead
3rleit at the Brenham BANStrt office
will receive prompt attention.
spt31y T. B OGLESBY.
A DRIAN TESTARD'S
Nbw Liter y,
SALE AND FEED STABLE,
(Weibusch'sold stand) Sandy St.
Horses boarded for 510.00 per
month. Single feed 25cls.
Bngiu, CarriagiB and Hacks for
TtrsEPportaion furnished tn neigh
boring ton ns. nov8dtwtf
TUB WOlUIof al drscriprinns dote
1 fj with dirvttcu at itud lticc,- i
Da7;er and Confectioner,
Main Street; Brenham. Teia.
TValer in Staple and FancyOrncertsn
Wines, Liqanrs, Lager Btfrfe Beit
itwl, fresh Cakis and Pits op hand at
J Wm. schurenberg,
? " and menufactnrer 6
lwTTrJiry'rVt -g - ,
j? Special attrntfon given to Ilotiai.
SnoEixo, general job n ork and" reifui
ir.g. Terms liberal. Shop i.rr May
nard'a Livery Stable. June 18. '74.
' ,.t. t ,ra
BELDlilbtjfc & CO.. ' t ,, j
v0ISArJ; aud nET.inv nEAiTat? i;f
Groceries and Frpvitions,
A full and complete Start ltaV? ja
band, forsale at BOTTOM FIGURES
Give us a trialj
Dealer- in - t
Eancj- Groceries;- -Fruits," 1 uts,
uiSiua auu iooacco,
Under Central Hotel, . -,, '
n , ... " ""Brentiiihi, Texas.
Cash paid for butter, chickens, eggs
and iouiVc frni,ts. The Patronage ef "
thn public solicited
Oct. 8 tf
Guns, FisloTs aiAapsito;
and manufacturer-of r
lire and Burglar Proof-Safes,
Ant etreetBrenham, Teiaa.'-"
Guns, Pistols and Safes repaired at
Short hotice. Iron,doorj andwindow
blinds made to ordeK- All tlnds of
cartridges and ammunition kept on
I"""!, October 1017-ly.
33. ,"W 3r3EtASE: Jt,
ties, Eilver anr
Repairs .done on short notice and
warrantrd. All Gooda warruired as
repnsenled. ' - ritaS-
Dealer in ' - ,
STAPLE AJID EAtfiXf
HATS, BOOTS SHiESy
Genis, Hunnshing Goods,
Ladles and Misses
FUTE DRESS GOODS,'
Hosiery, Hoods, Shavvls,R6bes
-Jewelry, SOks, Satins, :
Layns, ito, ttc. ;f '.
Alt of which will behold at very rea.
sonible figures for ready rash. Calfan
xnniinemyBtock and priees---
T EICSARDT & SEELIIjlRST,
UKKSJIASI, TEXAS," '
PTI.V& SHEET JR.O.YWORKElfc, c
-Hracu,; aocfi?WSil5r.- -JM .
DEALERS Ilf OKJfEliI:
HoBse'rcrnishtng Goods, Pumf s of all
descriptfous, Cooking and Heating
Stovis. iaargOTariey5A-.T -- -
WTotfglit IronTipe amlUanl Fiu
ting cat and fitted, to order. RooESg
and spouting done at shrt notice'..
Thankful for the libera patronage
bestowed npon the old Grm, w iz ect
fully s ilicit a continuance of the snu.e.
Brenhn.ru. July 20th, 1373.
DEALEJt IN OESETUl,
CUTLERY. EDGE TOOPS,
Earning Implements, Castings
Hoes, Chains, Iron3 Steel,
COOKING AND HEATIWB'sTOVES
Stove Trimmings and Tinware, ofal
kind', Paints, Oils, Tarnishes and win,
Uow Glass. Buggy and Wagon material
Rubber Beitimr, from to 18 ii-chea
wide. Packing of nil kinds, and all ar
tides appertaining to the Tfardwaie
Feb. 1.1 M ain street. Brenham
I offer for the niM TWKMY IKra
m; eittirt- eto. k o! Sadillery Atmivt
Fort ctsn. Xow is therlimi-rtbny
Xoother soch ,iijiortfen1tiH lvprf
trfited to gtt cheap, taddlery.-l.'a'I
larir. ' " J--s"