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BRENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1878.
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J1V"KAKI. Jt LEVIX.
Erhlar, JFubnisny 15, 187S.
The Waco Examiner says it
doesnot propose to le the
special champion ti Mr. Lang
or anyuther man a guberna
torial -candidate. While tally
rccopmiziti'r the fitness of that
jrentleinan lor the position, it
prctirs to t await expref sions
from the -people, 'who are quite
competent to jndg.3 for them
selves in such matter.
The Bann-fr fully agrees with
the Examiner in the views ex
pressed, and sees no reason at
this time for making slater.
There arc at least halt a dozen
gentlemen whose uames have
been prominently mentioned in
connection with the governor
ship.... Wehnve no ax to grind
nd no speci.il favorite to urge,
neither have wo any sectional
feeling or yrule to gratify. It
matters not in whatjpirt of the
State the next governor may
have his local habitation When
elected, he becomes"! goverimr ox
the whole 'State of Texas;!ind
should haxe Jib loc.il 18 vorites
to reward. Ili clSticS', being
purely executive, he should
chow no favoritism towards any
p irticular section of the State,
but treat all alike:
The 1'ope died on the 7th
Inst at 4.57 r. n. His last
words were: "Guard the chur;Ii
I loved so well and sacredly."
The conclave commenced at
once.- Cardinal Simeoui lists
demanded troops, and the gov
ernment has acceeded to his
We condense tho following
from an obituary in the Gal
veston ,2Fews: Pins IX, Gio
vanni Maria Murtel Ferriti.
whuso death is jut annonnced,
6erved fifty-eight years in the
church and thirty-one in the
papacy, exceeding the ponti
fica'ney pt St. Peter eix years.
IIe,was born in Siiiigaglia, in
4 he states ot the chnreh, May
13, 1792, and va, consequent
ly, "S5 years ot age.-'" Ilia lather
was Count" Solazzie, one of the
oldest" 'noble families ot the-
papal stites. In 1808 he went
to Rome to piiriie.Ji;s,ecctesi
astic.il studies. During the oc
cupation of Rome by Napoleon
lie returned to lbis birthplace,
and remained till lSli. lie
was' ordained "a "prieptftn 1S19.
Ic 1823 he was sent to Chili.
In 1825 he returned io Jtouie.
In 1827 he was appoiuted
Bishop of Spoleto, nnd proceed
ed at once to his, diocese. In
1839 he whs created a cardinal.
On the death ol Pope Gregory
XVI, the conclave chose him
pope Juno- 15, 1846, after a
fchort session ot forty-eight
bonrs. A rare and wondeitnl
man was Pins IX. By his lib
eral views and reformatory
incusnres he did more, perhaps,
to accelerate tho decline ol the
temporal -.power of the papacy
than any of his two hundred
and 'fifty-six predecessors. At
the tiincof his death he was the
spiritual father of 253,000,00
TitR-Dallas Herald says the
Paris North Fexan is a ery
pronounced advocate of the
claims of J. W. Throckmorton
for the next nomination for
governor! Uorth Texas is a
nniUforbim, nd no serious op
position anywhere eUe. This
is donbtless very consoling for
the Throcktnortonfans. Time,
however, will convince litem
that" 4bey are slightly mis
taken. Tjie printing business mut
be very dull at Fort Worth, or
the climate there requires a
great amountof stimulant! Tho
iStandardsajs: "A man is doing
well tdmake his whisky work
ingat thejpinting business, let
alone his brc-. d."
Thuee thousand people are
suffering for food in IToboken,
Tke Dallas Commercial tays
"Good editing is the noble3t
Thbke more Massachusetts
savings banks are about to go
by the board.
Casduk advices report Sit
ting Bnll on Canadian soil and
lame from a wound.
Tnu British Parliament is"
inrenselr excited over the Rus
sian advance to Constantinople.
The total damage -done bjj
the cyclone in Georgia will
tip'ouut to a little ovor fifty
As attempt is bring made at
X'ew Orleans to procure a now
trial Tor Ander-ion, the convicted
Returning Board man-
Eionxr-Fona murdfrers were"
hanged in the United States in
1877. Of this number 47 were"
white. 34 negroes, 1 Indian, and
' Thk Houston Agesnji: We
will take the liberty- of remark
ing that the chnrcli edifices of
Brenham are a disgrace to the
flonriMiins; and wealthy com
munity." TnK State press generally do
not seem to li ive 'any sympathy
with kangaroos or -kangaroo
1 courts. The prevalent opinion
is that all such tribunals should
come to .grief- ,, ,
J. Mad. Wklt.s is still in
durance vile at New Orlean.
lie says lie is in bad health,'
and is'very anxion3 to bi re
leased.' He seemB to be unable
fo find bondsmen.
The Fort Worth Standard
favors sinking an artesian well
on the. public square in that
city, even though it cost a
100,000. They want cheap
water and plenty of it.
The jury in the Anderson'
caQ at New Orleans " fonnd a
verdict of guilty, and recom-
mended him to
the court. Th
ths mercy of
remanded to jail to await the
sentence of the court. -
Tire members ot the Return
ing Board are not tried for any
political offeni-e, but'tor a crim
inal one; that of forging and
altering public documents.
Wells is unable to give bond,
and if bn-ily engaged preparing
some kind of statement.
The San Antonio Hkprvss
Rays, after due and diligent in
qniry and prayerful considera
tion of all the adv.-yitages ah3
disadvantages of the various,
places proposed, we are 'abso
lutely forced to thes conclusion
that San Anttmio is the place
to hold the Democratic State
A Spkcial meef ing of Schleich
er's Mexican committee was
held on Saturday, at which Sec
retary Evarts a preenr: The
htatemei t of Miniiter Foster
was presented. He says that
Diaz should not be recognized
until he gives guarantee for the
preservation of order on tho
The young man who a tow
weeks ago surrendered himself
to the police authorities of Gal
veston saying. "lie would rath
er be in Sing Sing than in
Texas," is about to have his
wish gratified. He was taken
to New Yoik, tried and sen
tenced to the penetcntiary for
two years. '
A Paris dispatch says reports
are current there that the Rus
sians aliealy hold a post on
the Dardanelles. The London
Times sas: We are not al
together confident. Prince
Gortsehakolf has definitely re
nounced the entrance of any
Russian force into Constanti
nople. Rumors ot snch en
trance were current. At the
utmost, such occupation would
be only ot a nominal character,
such as the German entrance
into Paris. The iery latest i:
"In accordance with the terms
of armistice the Turkish torces
have evacuated the lines of the
ot Constantinople. The Rus
sian' troops are now on' the
HtlC3." '- .'
Thk congregation of Cardi
nals, decided only by a majority
of three, to hold tho conclave
in Rome. Jt will await the
arrival of foreign Cardinals be
fore taking any final resolution.
C.irdiual McClosky, ot New
York, sailed, on Saturday for
"Europe to take part in the
Roman Conclave. The remain
of tho Pope will lay in state at
St. Peters till Tuesday. Ger
many will not intorferc with
the election of a Popo, though
she may take action afterwards.
M. Pexa, who killed Maxan
f in the duel at Mafamoras, has
been arrosted in. that city.. The
;Mexicanlaws against the coda
are more severe than ours; and
as Pena, on account of his rev
olutionary record, is in bad
odor with the Mexican author
ities, the probabilities are it will
go hard with him. The funeral
of Mr. Maxan was the largest
that ever took plado in Browns
ville TnnEAST. Tho Eastern ques
tion is still in a muddlo. Ac
counts arc (ty conflicting.
The London 'limes approves
the Government's action in
sending a portion of he fleet to
'Constantinople. It Ra-s all
danger of a renewal of war be
tween Turkey and RnssLi is
now over. The Kussians aro
practically masters of Constan
tinople, nothing remains for us
to be concerned about bnta due
settlement 'of terms of peace
and the protection of our im
Iowa has been under Repub
lican rnlo'for year?, yet it ap
pears that a "large -number of
her county treasurers ore default
ers. According to the Fort
Dodge Tinles, the lb publicans
have a regular ring system of
gathering large sums ot money
at county seats to he used for
the purpose of manipulating
party politics. The consequence
is, tho people are overburdened
with debt, and are therefore
on the verge of bankruptcy.
The day is not far distant when
a change will take place in. Iowa
Independence, Tfxs, 1
4 , February 7, 1878. J
Editors Brenhum Banner:
'In last week's Banner appear
ed the following: "Here is Big
Foote Wallace, who has been
celebrated in eicry dime novel
in the United States, settled
down in the neighborhood of
San Antonio as a farmer, with
out so much as 40 acres and a
Perhaps it wonld be an item
of interest to your many readers
to sav a few words in reference
to "13'ig-Foot" Wallace. Doubt
less many believe his existence
to be a myth. Tt 13 a fact that
Wallace is a resident ot Medina
county, residing fifteen miles
South of Castrovillc his rancho
being located on the Chicau, a
small stream. Capt. Win. A.
Wallace, for such is his name,
is a native ot Virginia, and a
cousin of Maj. B. C. 'Wallace,
who figured so conspicuously
during tho Texas stiuggle for
independence. Capt Wallace
came to Texas at an early day
and settled on the Medina river,
twenty miles Southwest of San
Antonio, where he established a
rancho; but foou that country
was settled up and he moved
farther west, where he 'now re
sides. Capt. W. is one ot the
most remarkable men of the
Great South-west, and has lived
a protracted life of almost un
parallelled suffering and hair
breadth escapes upon the Texas
frontier. lie received the name
of "Big Foot" -during the Mier
i-xpedition While in tho hands
of the Mexicans it was necessary
to lurnMj shoes for the prisoners
nnd Capt. WTallace was the only
man in the company that could
not be fitted with a pair from
their scant supply, sq n pair for
him was ordered made. From
this time he was called " Big
Foot" by the guard and it ha-,
stjieic to liim ever 6iice. The
Captain has given up the chase
and now spends his lime in look
ing alter his fine stock ot hordes.
His last adventure-was attending
the Great Exposition at Phila
delphia. Sav II. Dixon.
The Dallas Commercial
ha3 opened a vigorous waifare
on Thompson's varieties theater,
aiicgmg that it is
not what it
ought to be.
thi", it does not decline to pub-
lish the d. of Thompson'
Str.iwber' ies are ripe down
There are fifty prisoners
in the Dallas county jail.
Goliad county receives
Mexic in dollars in payment of
Dr. T. C. Cook, of Weimar,
in going to plant for 150 bales
manufactoiy is tho
latest industrial enterprise at
The Houston Telegram re
joices in a turnip that weighs
nitie andjialf pounds.
Goliad is a local option
county. The demand for 'med
icine" is unprjecdented.
The two military compa
nies of Waeo, after much coh
snltation, at last cojiclnded to
The grand jury is in ses
sion at Houston, and in conse
quence thereof a nnmber "gen
tlemen" have jumped the city.
Col. John D. Loganlatc
ly of the San Antonio Herald,
founded the Victoria Advocate
more than thirty-two years
Tho Honston Telegram
says deer arc plenty in Harris
county. A Mr. Warren, who
resides near Hockley, killed
twelve in one day.
The Jockey Club grounds
at Victoria were to have been
enlivened on Saturday last by
aracoof four hundred yards for
a pnrse of four hundred dol
lars. The building for the Grand
Lodge of I. O. O. F., is to be erec
ted at Austin. The citizens give
$5,000 and tho city $12,000,
making a total bonus of 17,
000. The Weimar- correspon
dent ot 'the Columbus Gitissn
says there are at least one thou
sand head of-conrfcdi-cattle in
that vicinity awaiting ship
ment. Col. John McHenry, of
Jackson county, called on the
Victoria Adxocate. Col. McII.
came to Texas with the Long
expedition, and has been here
for more than fifty-five years.
S. M. Roberts, who killed
his .father-in-law, Henri M.
Johnson, in Panola county, in
1872, was lately captured in
Baker county, Florida, and is
now being brought to this State.
The San Antonio Jixpr ss
complains of a want ot sufficient
hotel accommodations, and also
a lack ot cottages or small
dwellings tint could be rented
at from fifteen to thirty dollars
per month. -
The Waco Jiximiner com
plains that the city is literally
overrun by vagrants, who are
committing all manner ot petty
thefts. It suggests that they
be arrested and put to work
upon the streets
On Monday night last at
Waco a policeman named Craig
was, it is feared, fatally stabbed
by one O'Bannion, a Bosqne
county man, who was on a
spree. Craig was trying to
arrest him, when he was cut.
On Tuesday last a con
struction train went through a
trestle bridge on the Centi.il
road, twelve miles north of
Dalla. The engine is a total
wreck, and the engineer and
brakemau were both seriously
Mr. T. M. JSowlet, an
esteemed citizen of Rockdale,
was accidentally killed. He
was a-si-ting in raising some
heavy timbers on a new honse
he was building. A heavy
piece of timber tell, striking
him on tho head and eiushing
Sporting gentlemen, more
generally known by the name
ot gambler, are hai ing a
rough time in Waco. Sit ot
the manipulators ot the paste
board! were up before the Re
corder of that city tho other
day Four of then) were charged
tlO each, anil two of them 825
each. They hid thsinonc and
Richmond Four Counties:
A few days ago two strangers"
entered the store oW John
Plunkett, at Ilardemai., m
Matagorda county, and corerifr;
him with their pistols,
him of S500. They then loci
him up in his store an
says a tomoer.irice orghwi-riii
has beerieffccted, and seve
Iiavc enrolled their names in
thfi cold water army. It also
ens fl,. fVilii,i,s nnnrla n
temperance society, bnttflects'
that such organizations are
- A large number of idle
negroes are daily loafing around
the corners in Victoria. The
Advocate saysi the City Marshal
talk ot putting up a public
6tosks, and thinks that if a
nigger or two was exhibited in
them, the nuisance would be
""A man named E. W. Fay,
who has been practicing law at
Belton for the last three years,
was arrested at that place oft a
charge of complicity in the land
frauds. Ho was being taken
to Austin by a deputy sheriff,
but sneeeeded in giving liiin the
slip at RonndvRock.
The San Antonio Express
relates the adventures ot a pair
of Yahoos, "rough and wooly,"
from the western country, who,
coming to town armed with
six shooters, proposed "taking"
things generally. After firing
a few thots, the peeler? pnt a
summary stop to their sport by
taking them in.
The Denion iVc notes
the fact that a Mr. Kachil, of
Illinois, .Iia3 bonght a farm of
178 acre, six miles lrom that
city and intends plantius it in
a vinyaid. Mr. K. has had ex
perience in the vinynrd busi
ness in Germany, and is thor
oughly satisfied that the soil in
the vicinity of Denison is ad
mirably adopted to the cnltnre
of the grape.
Jetterson Jimp: Mr. Car
rington showed n3 to day a
sample ot the best cotton we
ever exam in i d. He calls it the
Pedro cotton, and obtained the
seed trom Agricultural Depart
ment at Washington.... Beg
gars sre abundant in town....
Tramps are numerous....
Many of our exchanges con
tinue to diVcnss the subject of
"Whether there is a hell or
not." Time enough, boys, after
mc all get there. ...Game is
abundant, and sportsmen are
having much tun.
The Anstin Statesman
note3 the arrival at th-it city of
seventeen head of thoroughbred,
short-horn Durham cattle tor
the Bastrop connty Durham
farm, owned by Messrs. Sayew
Washington, Feb. 7. Senate.
Some important business was
transacted, after which the con
sideration of the silver bill was
renmed. Blaine spoke in sup
port of his amendment. John
ston, of Virginia, spoke in favor
of the silver bill.
House. The California con
tested election eae occupied the
day, and resulted by a strict
party -vote in unseating Pacheco.
the sitting member, and giving
the seat to Wiggintoii.
Washington. Feb. 8. Senate
Ben Hill made a speech in
favor of reraonetization. but
against the Bland bill. A vote
w'll not be reached until Mon
day. "House. Proceedings unim
portant. "We call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement ot
Simmons' Liver Regulator,
which appears in to daj-'s paper.
This standard remedy does not
de-erve to be classed with the
many patent nostrums so liber
ally advertised tlnoushont the
country. It is one of the very
best preparations of its kind in
use; and is recommended by the
regnlar r ractitioners of medi
ciue. It has a largo sale in this
city, and can be found in all
our drug store-, a bottle or
package should be found in ev
ery family, as its judicious use
:s almost certain to prevent a
a bilious attack, if taken when
he symptons first show them
3elves." Purehisers should be
c ireful to see that they get tho
genuine, manufactured only by
J. H.Zjilin &. Co., Philadelphia.
Fuve Billiakd a Jlirsch-
; hairdrlssingstands Par
tly desetvediv j opular
u prnrtnees, and
rat the roots.
nil of younir
; gray r
voiirilrusrmst. K. E.
it st ita murifg. .,
EstarjINlif, tlie fact, ttint'for every
Inrm of pntn or aWjtiv a in tie Stomach.
Bnwe'snr Brentliiiiir Orjjann. Parker'n
Q nger Tonic uTtlw speediest and mom
effoctire cnro'tnown If yon urn a uf
fcrer frm Dtspt-pva, Uenflnclie, Ner-
,vmnnesi, J.;ow -Spirits, VSak-fulneM'
"nil taste iu tlia mnut'f, Heartburn,
Ai idity,'Sornr.s of the thro lor Inncs,
PilpitatioD of the Heart, Qor vtrned or
Liver1 disorders, yhtt will find a most
comforting and oomp,Ma care in this
Sterling lnviirnrant. To the need, tlm
feeble ami ennv ilfscent, tt nffirds just
th he!p nwded. It builds up and una
tainsTthe Rtreneth, diffn.es warmth and
energy through the systenr,nnd i inJ
cuinpa rably superior to wine or liquors
while it dnex not intoxicate. But from
voir drnssi-t, B. E. Lutan. a $1 00 Kit
tle, or a saraplo bottle at 15 cents and
test its merits.
Sow is tho time" of year for.Pueu-
monia. Lung Fever, Coughs, Colds,
and fatal resnlts of predisposition to
Consumption and other lliroar and
Lung disease. Bnschee's German Sjr.
np has lieen used in this neighborhood
for the past two or three yeara without
a single failnre to enre. If you have
not used this medicine Toursolf.coto
jourdrugsist, R. E Lnhn & Co- and,
ask him of its wrnderfui success'
among his customers. Three doses
will relieve tho worst caso. If you
hare no faith in any medicine, just bny
a sample lMittlo of Boschee's German
Sj rup for 10 c nts. and trr it. Itegular
sue ottle 75 cents -Dju't no gleet a
chance to save 75 cents.
-.No Doubt or rr. Portraits of
friends and relatives in all ages
were and are desirable, but be
fore the days ot Daug.ireotype,
and subsequently of Photo
graphy, the prices ot pictures-
were too high tor any but the
rich to indulge in that has allj
been changed by the develop
ment of photography to its
present state of excellence and
th6 cheapness of its products,
thus placing the much desired
likenesses of onrparents, sistera,
brothers, children and fiiends
within the reach-of every one.
We all recognize the tact that
when we want pictures taken,
we want thk best, tncy can
Dnly be obtained in Brenham
at Robertson & Co. gallerv, op
posite Mrs. Schwarz's millinery
UUGGIFS AND PlLETOXS, lieW
and seconj linnet, with and with
out tops, for sale at Park's Liv
ry and sale stable.
Closing out entire fall and
winter goods, blanket", shawls,
clothing flannels, etc., to make
room for spring goods, at D.
W. Bloomborgh's. f
Mr. Calloway is tat ing bet:
ter pictures than was ever taken
PE4CH and II.ONET ! Old
peach and fresh honey atlliroch
beig's. If you want the best pictures
you ever had taken go to Callo
way's Gallery and you will be
IIiitscJDtiiG keeps the only
first-class saloon in the " city.
lie sells none but the purest
Reduction. Good, square
meals for 23 cents at the Phepix
JSgCoTTON- Sued Wanted..
Highest cash price paid for same
delivered at tny warehouse.
d&w3rn J. A. Wilkins.
Just leceived a full and com
plete line in ladies, misses and
children'h Shoes. Mens', youths'
and boys' Boots and Shoes sold
at remarkable low figures, at
D. W. Bloombargh's.
bquare meals for iI5 ceatj at
the Phenix Restaurant.
Just received full and com
plete assortment ot embroider
ies, l.ices, silk handkerchief-.,
fislmes, ties, gloves, corsets,
notions ot every description,
sold very cheap, at D. W.
The Baxter is now prepared
to do job work at miracnlon-Iy
low prices, having just received
,a large lot ot new type and
stationery, especially adapted
for wedding invitations and
Billiards. Ilirffchberg's el
egant billiard saloon is tree for
the use of his ciistomTS.
Twenty-five cents will pivtor
a cood square meal at the Phc
UC CT Wj
.jHPV: of Pi
BREEDLOVE & EWIXG,
-iSwtrtorzioyGj zxX Xja.-csr'
V. IS. le J. T. SWEARIXGEN,
W inAbbntt' boildintr. Fast ride
ablic square. Fub. 8. 189 ly. ,
L B. XrcFirland. Bates TUcFariand
O.Uce Upstairs in Allcorn building
north jide-of Public Square. jm-I5if
Seth Shepard. C. C. Garrett
Breaham, Washington coun'y, Tex.
Seth Shepard. C. C. Garrett
X. A. Rector.
SHEPARD, GARRETT & RECTOR,
Giddingsj Lee county, Texas., .
N. B B jslness for Lee county
shou d bo sen to Giddiugs office; for
.Washington connty to the i.fllce at
Brenham, - )Iy2udwtf
F. UATCflET, M.,D.,
Surgeon and Physician.
Respectfully informs his old f-iends
of Brenham ai-d vicinitv; that 'he tea
resumed practice. Office aV the Coimp
pi er House. may20diwtf
J T Xorris, M D.
DRS. NORRIS & CREATE.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offers their Professional services to
tl o citizens of Brenham and v.cinity.
vfMic -, uuu . km. umg otore.
Iarl4th 1874.3nr h
Notice to Holders of Claims-.
Estate of Vina Hnetwrnrtli AaZaA
rxiHE undersipned Jans been appoint 1
. tu adiiiiuiBimiur oi me cjiiaie oi
v ma IlacEwortli, deceased, and notice
! hereby given to all'rjersons holding
clsims against said estate to present the
same for approval within 13 months
W. W. SKARCT, Adm'r.
Brenham, Feb. 8, 187Mw.
Xotics In Trobatc.
THE. STATE OF TEXAS.
To the Sheriff, rr any Constable of
YOU are hereby commanded to cause,
to be jublisbed.forat leat twen
ty days, In the Brenham Banner a
aewsiaper printed in the county -ol
Washington the following notice:
THE -STATE 01" TEXAS.
To all persons interested In the Faint
of RH. Felder, decease3
P. Hi Sjreanngcnf administrator de
bonus non of mid , state, Jias filed ja. the
County Court of Washington connty,
his 6nal account with an application for
discharge from theadminiBttalion. of
the estate o( R, H. Felderj; deceased,
wbicii will be bean! at the next term
ol the County Court ofsjid county.
commencing on mo l
Third Monday in March, 1878.
nt the Courthouse thereof, in the city
of Brenham at which tmimall per-mns,
inteiested in add Estate may appear
and contest said application 'aniiiJinal
accinnt, if they see proper.
Hi-rem, fail not, nnderpenaltrrff Ibe'
Ian, nnd of this writ miUne return.
Issued the 30th day of Januarv, 1S78.
H M. LEWIS, Clerk G. C. W. C.
I hereby certify that the above and
foregoingls a trne and correct copy of
the ongipal Citati.m'nowJn my hands,
Jt TLHcTCBiNaOi. Sheriff;
BvPaul Fricke. DepiPy.
February 1, 187S 31
600 Barrels Seed Potatoes; Onion
Seit; two cacldads choice FJourrSuJara
ilolases Rope, whiskies cigars, tobae
cor; a fuU line, just received and' for
sale low the trade.
d. w. bloombarqh;
Bnham. Jan. 17-d&w2m. '
LAXD SCRIP Zn 21-253, 'for-fMO
acres, issued to the San Antonio
and .Mexican Gulf R, R by S. Crosby.'
Commis-iToner of the- -General Land
Office, dated March 2oth 18G3. Unless
mtellijrence of it be received 'at the
General Land Oilirv withincJ3 months
frum this dale, I will apply t the pro
per officers, for a duplicate
Wm. T. CAMPBELL.
January lltb.1879 8w.
ALL persons aro noii6ed not to pur
chase a promissory note signed by
J. A. Wilkin, payable one day after
date to the order of Jnali "Hall Davis,
date I January 2d, 1878, and given as
"purchase money for land, which note
is Inst and has been paid o3, in full
Amount of said note was fifteen, hun
dred dollars. J. H. DAVlS
Brenbam.-Feb. 8. 1878 iOi.
NOTICE TO lAfflfflS 1!
WE, THE DXDERdlGXED. wish
tu biiv the produrt of from me
to ihre- hundred acres of BE INS and
and PEAS For further in'ormation
call at the s'ore or HERMAN FISHER,
where the Sed is for wile, i h a
wunrante to Imv the crop.
KUIIN'E BROS & CO, St. Lou is. Mo.
11. FISHER, Brejham, Texas.
TUST received and for sale at $3X0
purbirrel.the finest Northern heed.
Potatoes e er l)f ought-to this mtiket.,
' A.NEWMCC.- N
Br.Hhim, Jan. 27lh, l878-dtivlai7
.- J?mTBz33TrCAJEDST' -
" D,SMITXT t
All orderg'finedpromptry-alrHne '
- wiLitfAar' Zeiss: --z
JBaier- and Confectioner?
MajuStreet,"jBreaham, Texas. J
.Dealer hi Staple and Faney GroCerioa
Wine. Linnora. Laier Beer '&c 'Hot
t'ro-sd, fresh CakeSjpnd' Paea on haodVtt t
nit bimca. . .
wnorarsirx. ajjd iarj&. pgMiBgfr'
Groceries and Efovisions,
Brenham, Texas,- H
A 'nil and cstaplete-tark alwavsoa
hand, for sale at BOCTOil KIGOKES
Give as n. trial, " , , ,
-VfRS. d: PETERS, '
Fancy Groceries,- Fruits, Isati,
Cigars. and 'Tobacco. .
I Croctery,GIass and Queepsware,
Under CentraljHotel , , t
, Brenham, Texar.
Cash paH for butter cIilcKcilsiegv
and domestic JriUts; VTlie. Patrt.nage.ot
tie public aol5ate3, . "
Ocf 8 if " sti J. 1 - -
Wsr; SOHTJEEITBERG, j t
jy -Blacksurithi 4fov f
Vnd'man'ufartiireKjrJfi to s;Zi
tSSpeciil attentiotfjriveitto H08t:fr
SOEto, genera job .wort and repai.
BardJ8Lirery,Stable.; June il8.i',74Ai . t
- i .1 -SBf? rf Ml1
House, Stan and'Hahner Toix-
tefsf J'lain- and Decorative"
' Paper Hdngers uu- -
Main St., opposite Zeiss's Bakefy.".
Wejruarantee to do the, Cu,eapeat,an(l
Best work, and would"request paities
wanting anything in ourllne toxam
ine. onr wdrk' befiW employing arty?
one. Wealsa mannfaxture to-,ojder r
SbowWmJow'Shlidoa.'' 'octS0JSrw3nx- f
and mnufacture'r'oi s,', ''1
Fire and Burglar IP roof 'Safest
Aat street, Brenham, Texas. ,
Guns. Pistol and Safes re aired at,
short notice. Iron doors" andin'dirtv- -"
blinds .madeto ordcr-ViAlJ kjnde oIey'
cartr-riges and 'ammunition .kept jjo
hand. Octolwi1 19.T77-lyS63is
-r- i- i '., 4ffll
A STELZICrt tit&xtsa &
Oppposite Xewbouer's Store, "l "
Bkeneau, Texas- ,
SADDLES,, Harness! TWp 'spore.
Girths, Brlllts", Collars Hanrestf
Traces. Saddle Bags, ,&?-, always onj jj
hand for sale. R"pairipga specially
All work warranted. r
aor6tf tw AlSTELZIG.
dvdLVaVviv e ,'
. V k
CIITLERrjDGE TOOLS, 4
Earmins' Implement:, .Castings '
Hoes, Chains, Iron, Steel,
COOKING AND HEATlNGj STOVES,
Stove Trimmings and Tin-ware, .of a,
kinds. Paints O Is, Varnishes and. win;
dnw Ulasa. Buggy and Wagon Juaterial-.
Rubber Belting, fronij 14 to 18 inclie
wide. Packing of all kinds, and all'ar
tides appertaining to the -Hardware
Feb. 1,1 ' ! aln street. Brenham'
TDEICHARDT & SEELU0RST,
BRKNIIAM, rEXA?, j
TI.& SHEET IRON .WORKER
DEAI.EKS IN'OKXEl-it fI
Hou'se Fiirnishlnji Goods, 'ParnpSof all
dscriptious Coo'ting spdj Ueaiins
s!tovis,"in larife vanity. " -"--
ffrou!;ht Iron Pipe and Steam Fit
tings cut and fittrd-to. order. RnoSb
and spoutinfj-dnnesA shirt Tootire .
Thankful for tl.e liberal "patrnrafrs .
bestowed npon the 0I1I firm, wo rf S)-ct-fully
s ilicit a oiniinuanc&orthe ssu-r.
Brenham, July 20th. 187,1. . '
Notice is lip't-hy Rivea. tn,all -persons
thai theireinises adrerTi.isIfor satt
by the Sheriff oh next Tuesday, omsUt,
iup of a farm of 36 acres and Immovi
ment, as te'piourty of Mrf,Ka' '
Weikel. a lunatic; Dclqnf,-siti nijfhilj
dren, and no rrfect title Iotlje'(.amo
can bomade wi5i"itmy fiil'aiure.W'
B enham, rlil, I jTBrSt. TJ. ' .