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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 21 January 1886

-PAUSTINO KIBKH. Confectioner, Dialer lu all Kinds ot JoreipanOomestic Fruits, Etc. HOIEE-JTADK CANDT FRESH EV ERT DAT. Kelt door to Giddingi & Glidings' Bant, BREKIIAM, TEXAS. JAKE ITBU, Commission Merchant, Quitman Street, Brenham, Texas. Solicit public patronage. Honest weight! and lair dealing is Ins motto. Wagon jard attached for BENEFIT of customers. and Dealer In GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. WILLIAM ZEISS, OIT BAKER, AND CONFECTIONED, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Cakes and Fics on band at all times. Main Street. Brotiam. Tun F. KRBNTZLIN. Dealer in Stoics Familj Qrooerie, Winos, Liquor, Tobacco, Cigars, Crockery and Glassware (Grata- Bonding, Wt Sida of Square. BRENHAM. TEXAS. JfiyGoods delivered in all parts of the city ree of coarse Oarleton & Wash DU1XU IS PURE DEUGS AND MEDICINES. A complclo stock of 1'atent Medicines, Fine Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on nana. The compounding of PHYSICIAN'S i'lUSSUUlrxluno is specialty. Comer ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 21 January 1886

X . r. The Weekly Banner. s BY RANKIN &. LEVIN. Thursday, January 21, 1886. The president has approved tbo presidential sncccssion bill. " ? The situation in Bannab is be 'jjcoraing serious for tho British. "'Tho natives aro in insurrection. It appears from tho papors that tho politicians aro busy through out tho state working up slatos for tho stato and county tickets. Is tho Chincso murdor caso now on trial at St. Louis, witnesses tes tified that tho murderer would as soon-kill a man as a chicken. Ho was a hired assassin. The mayor of tho town of Wash ington, Kansas, has closod tho skating rinks on tho grounds that tboy exert a baleful influoncoupon tho young people. Judge Syjies, Colorado's new .representative is already recog nized as ono of tbo ablest loaders of tho silvcrmen. Ho is a firm bo liovcr in silver certificates. Bisnop Jones, a .Mormon apostle, has latoly arrived at El Paso from tho Moxican mining district, whero ho had been to sook a land for bis people. Ho didn...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 21 January 1886

City and County. . . SPECIAL NOTICE! rarties in arrears for lubaerlpilon to tha TVEKKI.T BANKER ara riiiitd to call and pay the pame, otkerwlM their paper win be atopped. TCe mean baalnesa. i The "Weather clcarod off yester day. See card of F. Lango, tinsmith and roofer, elsewhere. No business of public interest was disposed of in the county court yesterday. See notico of dissolution of co partnership of Stern & Martin; also removal notico of Stern Sc Kolwcs in to-day's issue. Business in town is as dull as it well can be; muddy roads and low jrices for cotton are tho two prin cipal causes of tho dullness, in Personal. Judgo C. H. Willing ham, of Bunnells, is in town visit ing friends. Tho upper country seems to agrco with him. .Measles aro epidemic in tho Pleasant Hill settlement. On Sat urday thoro was about twenty-fivo cases in tlio neighborhood. Parties coming in from tho country report tho roads very heavy. Plowing is suspended un til tho ground dries; it is now too muddy t...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 21 January 1886

13S i,' "sn- FAKJI AND 1I0HE. To tlio Fanners. Paris Korlh Texan. Tho plan of agriculture, as car ried on at the present timo, is not calculated to yield very largo proms, ana mo prime question to bo considered by all land owners is how to botter this. Now it is a well known fact that tho Btaple product ot our country is cotton, the growing ol which, alone, brings in money but onco a year, and requires tho laborers to subsist tho remainder ot tho time on borrowed capital, or goods bought on time at a largo profit to the seller. To relieve this condi tion will be to emancipate the farmers from debt, to bring pros perity and plenty to their doors and to distribute: money through all tho channols of trade and con tinue throughout tho year. To bring this about should be tho object of overy citizen, and its consummation will bo tho greatest good over performed for tho coun try, invoking tho efforts ahko of tho Grangers, tho Farmors Alliance and thoso who work through neith er organizatio...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 28 January 1886

r PAUSTINO JOBEK. Confectioner, . Dealer la all Ela-jot ForeiM ana Domestic Fruits, Etc. HOME-SIADE CANDY FRESH EV ERY DAY. ITcxt door to Gidding. & Giddings Bank, BRESHAJI, TEXAS. JAKE KBU, Commission Merchant, Quitman Street, Bret-ham, Texas. SoUcite public patronage. Honest weights and fair dealinp; U liU moito. Wagon yard attached for BENEFIT of customers, and Dealer in GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. WXLLIA31 ZEISS, OIT BASER, AND CONFECTIONER, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Frail Cakes and Pies on hand at all times. JIainfctreet Brexhah. Texas CaiT e to n & "Nash r-DKiXXa,- IS PTj HE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. A complete stock of Patent Medicines, Fine Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on hand. The compounding -of PHYSICIAN'S JEESCRIPTIONS a specialty. Corner JVortJi and Main St. Brenlmn. - - Texas. HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. TClluns), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission Merchants, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Fawn Seeds, COAL,...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 28 January 1886

4 The Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, Jonnary 28. 1886. The pay-roll on tho new capitol is sow STOO a day at Austin and at tho granito quarries. The lato vico-prcsident Hen dricks -was thoroughly eulogized in congress on Tuesday. Cot. Upton, of Fayette, is an an nounced candidate for comptroller, subject to nomination, of course. Tax Waco Examiner says peo. plo who imagino Slaxey "downed'' aro destined to a rudo awakening, The Hillsboro Visitor is no more; it has boon absorbed by the Mir ror. Ono good paper is plenty for Hillsboro. The abolishing of tho perquisite system as applied to city officials, will bo mado an issue in tho com- iDg cloction at Waco. The financial statements of some of tho countios aro fully itemized, giving tho general public the names of every person who receiv ed monoy from tho county. Pat Donah in times past was a regular Brick l'omoroy Democrat. He is now in Dakota Territory posing as Bepublican and wants to bo United States Senator if Dako...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 28 January 1886

jSixv and County. "Stf SPECIAL KjHKCE! TuUu In Kmn for subscription to th - 3VXEKLT BANNER ai requested to call ana pejr toe iuui oUwrwle their paper will be stopped. Wo mean buloeis. Crop IIobtqaoe. A few cast iron crop mortgages for sale at this-office. Huan Cammack, a negro, was ar rested on Saturday and jailed on a chargo of concealing stolen proper ty. .I Tns civil docket was taken up in tbojustice'scourtMondayjtboro JsVgood deal of litigation in a small way. Louis Walker, colored, charged with stealing cotton, who was ar rested in Fayette county, has been brought hero and jailed. Thirteen regular trains paEa throuch Brcnbam daily on the Central and Santa Fo railways, Special and extra trains aro not counted. Uewbouh Bros, have settled with tho insuranco companies and on Monday February 1st will offer tho general public grcat bargains in damaged goods. Justice's Court. Monday Will Huston, drunk and disorderly, lined S5 and trimmings; total S15, Ho is now in durance vile for non...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 28 January 1886

& I. FAB3I AND HOME. Tile Inagnaest or DiylkelU. Isolatotho patient Jn an airy room-hajing tho least possible amount of: furniture, especially that which is upholstered, and hav ing no carpets or cartains. Disin fect all excretions and secretions, and especially those from the throat, noso and month, and all articles soiled by them, promptly, whilo they aro yet moist, and tborcnghly. XJso clean, soft rags for receiving tho discharge from the noso and month, and bnrn them is fast as soiled. If other articles aro soiled use solutions of chloride of zinc or bicblorido of mercury, under tho instructions of the phy sician. Bo especially careful as regards toys, pencils and XJther articles which may bo given the child for its amusement, of tho articles used in giving it food. or drink, and of the remnants of such food or drink. Everything that has touched tho patient's lips, or that haSlccn touched by anything lliat has touched the pationt's lips is dangerous, 'When -convalescence has...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 4 February 1886

PENNINGTON HOUSE, Comer Hato nd Douglas Streets, BRENHAM. This lioun has been repainted and thor oughly renovated; U the rooms hare been carpeted and tho beds are all new. Table ai rood as the market affords. Meali 25 cents. Transient boarders $1 pcrdav. . ' E-PESinXOTOl., Proprietor. "llLLOUGH & MYERS, Butchers, AMI Live Stock Dealers, Sandy St. bet. Ant and St. Charles. Urcnliniu. Texas. LONE STAR SALOON, NORTH bTHEET, (in rear of Opera Ilouo) URENHAB1 TEXAS. Tho liar u always supplied with lie finest and purest beer, wines liquors, and igars. Tho lunch counter is supplied ith all delicacies, foreign and domestic, th t can bo had lathe market. SLEYEE i: S0NNEN1JERG, Proprietors. Dissolution Notice. Kkexiia&i. Tan 13. IBc-C Tho cop.rtnership heretofore existing be tween tho undersigned, under the arm name of Harrn A, lreslir, H tuts day oy mutual consent dissolved J. C llama assumes all liaoditics, and will collect all debts duo said Unn. ti gnod in duplicate. J. C. llAttl?...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 4 February 1886

W ! .The Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, February 4, 1886. Toe Austin Statesman endorses Terrell for tho United States sea-ate. The senate bas confirmed the ap pointment of Mr. Chonoweth as First Auditor of tho Treasury. Tnc Galveston JNows suggests John Young- Gooch to tho newspa- , pcrs that aro looking sor a lieu tenant-governor. James Tbibue one of tho eldest and most prominent business men of Louisville died tho other day, aged 84 years. The Galveston city council has adopted a memorial to congress sotting forth at longth tho ncod of that city and tho state at largo for deep water in Galveston harbor. . Mr. Clark, tho clerk of tho for eign affairs committeo has been removed bocause of his connection with Iho great swindlo by which Tildcn was cheated out of tho pres idency. v THE CONVICT PROBLEM. The St. Louis .Republican dis A LACK OF JUSTICE Tho universal opinion among all EDITORIAL NOTES. STATE A KM 8. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Tiil first through train troin cussing ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 4 February 1886

" ., . VITY AND y.yugM1' . I Sl'ECIAL 50TICE! i.wtu i MftiaifCTlpUmto tb WEEKLY BatXXEB TfHnUi cmU and paj th iuk, otfcenclM tMir ipt nm.b. tupped. w m u Measles are prevailing in the Borhn noighborbood. Tnx commissioners' court meets next Monday in regular sossion. A ixee in tho county jail burned out Monday afternoon; no damage. Sheriff Townsenp, of Colorado county, was in tho city Tuesday. Farmers are buying considera ble lumber fur building and fences. Mayor's Wourt. Monday. Lowis Anderson, colored, fighting; 85 and trimmings. N llELEASED.S.Hm Hewitt was re leased from Jail Thursday ho hav ing given bond. Farmers throughout the county Imrn vr-rv .iv.iila'blo team and nlow at work turrrins over the noil. Mayor's Court. Friday Jack Barnhil), tho Mill crook phiioso pher, drunk and disorderly; 51 and trimmings. Personal. Mr. Jno. Y. Uankm, a prominent citizen of Brownwood, is in the city and paid tho BANNER a pleasant visit Monday. Tuesday was quito warm np to about lour in tho altc...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 4 February 1886

fFAIUI'A&D HOME. I k rarm Notes. $Now fix up tbo gatos and fences. Socnre.plcnty of cood iced early. Plant lor a good rotation of crops. Ncror kill insect destroying birds. Don't stop f coding your stock too oarly. Let tuo boys and girls raise chicks. It is best to ongago farm holp early. Cad drivers otten spoil good horses. 3 Dispose of all yonr unprofitable stock. Don't turn out yonr stock too soon. Bo kind and pationt.in training colts. Look alter tbo early calves, and lambs. -. Don't miss meetings of farmers' clubs, v Grow jplcnty of small fruits this year. Havo your working teams in good condition. Gottools, etc., ready forspring's work. It don't pay to breed from scrub animals. Don't neglect tho paying pigs and poultry. Dontthrowaway bones, but con vort ibom into fertilisers. Winter split rails aro less dur- ablo than summer split ones. Never allow any animal to suffer lrom hungor, tnirst or com. Sevor allow waggons or implo' ments to be used as hen roosts. Do your work we...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 11 February 1886

Commission Merchant, .' QnitmanStreet, "Brenham, Texas. SoUdU public patronage nonost weights ,nnd fair dealim; ls his motto. TYason yard Attached for BEXEFIT of customers, j and Dealer ia ' GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. WILUAM ZEISS, CITY BAKER AND CONFECTIOXER, Dealer ia Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Cakes and Pics on hand at all times. ' Main Street. BEXXUAjr. Txxas Garleton & Nash DIALKUJ Uf PUEE DRUGS! AND MEDICINES. A complete slock of Tatent Medicines, Fino Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on hand. The compounding of rHYSIClAN'a PRESCBIPTIONS a specialty. Comer North and Main St. llrciiliam - - Texas. r.w.mjKT. w. v. host HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. Wilkins), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission Merciants, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. JTJLTJES and TILES. WHITEWATER & MURPHY Colton and other consignments solicited. Cash paid, for corn, hides and all coun-r try produce. 6?" Freo cit...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 11 February 1886

s The Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, February 11, 1886. Corpus Christ! gets tho Aransas Pass railway. All the necessary papers bavo boon signed. OEVEBA& iana ceruncates wore issued to former slaves in Brazoria county, by tho land commissioner. Tho fraud has been discovered and tho certificates have been revoked. The San Antonio Times says that San Angclo is dtstm-d to be ono of thn largest cities in Texas. The San Angelo Enterprise copies tho puff and remarks : "His head is fiat on top." The Galveston News says "Oram II. Eoborts, lih. D , is not to be Breezed at' Dry Scotch snuff or dry red pepper would bo a bettor promotor of sneering than Dr .Roberts. The Fort Worth ilail says truly that "natural advantages and neg lected opportunities aro killing more towns in Texas than the Far mers' allianco or tho frosts of di verted traffic" A riot led by socialists occurred in London on Monday. The working-men claim that thoy are on tho vergo of starvation and demand tha...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 11 February 1886

City and County. i, SPECIAL IKOTICEI I'J Initial In arro-n tor iobaorli- to the TrEEK.LT BAKKEB TqMt lo U ad pt the uune. aUtrwlM lr paper lrlU b topped. Yf memo blntM. Mayor's Coubt. Saturday James Smith, drunk and disorderly; Land trimmings. It is rumored thai a Knights of Labor assembly was organized in this city last weok. M&.R. S. Tabvir and family will leave for San Angclo, Tom Green county, tbeir faturo home, on tbc 8th inst. Trie commissioners' court devot ed Tuesday to examining and auditing bills against the county. There is plenty of them. A good deal ol tho grain that was supposed to havo been frozen out during tho cold spell, is now. coming up to a fair stand. Sdebitf Dever left on Tuesday for Wharton county to bring back , a negro named Jones or Smith ar rested on a capias from this coun ty. Gave Bonn. Willis Bouldmthe negro charged with stealing cot' ton, etc, gave bond in the sum ot 1500 on Friday, and was rolcased from jail. n Sam Hewitt, who was charged with ho...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 11 February 1886

FABH AJfD HOME. Facts About Bees Worth Know ing Queens over two years old aro ,3pt to become barren, and should T'be superseded with ono greater . vigor and-moro prolific A stock of bees dcslituto of a . queen,, will usually protect their , drones, honco wo advise all who deslro to save their drones, known '. to bo pnrc, to place them in a aaccnlcss colony of bees. Novor smokoyonr bees onneccs- sanly, ana only wnen li oecomea ncccssarr to norform sorao needed , operation, such as artificial swarm- , mg, imroaucmg a. queen ur im like, and then onlv barely enough to mako them submissive and easi ly handled. It is well known fact thata colo nv of bees cannot long exist with out a aucen. and sho must bo Bnch . an ono as has mot a drone and be come fertilized in ordorto lay eggs .that will produce worker bees; these are essential to tho welfare . of the whole colony. The queen if! . prolific, is capable 01 laying two or thrco thousand oggs daily dur ing tho honey harvest. Just intho samo...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 18 February 1886

jakb arair, Commission Merchant, QnJtasan Street, Brenni.ni, Texa. EolIoU public patronago. Honest weight sad fair dealing Is his motto. Wagon yard Utachod for BENEFIT of customers. and Dealer la GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Garleton & Nash DtiLTKJ IS PVRE DRUGS. AND ' MEDICINES. A complet stock or Patent Medicines, Fia Perfurnenos and Toilrt Articles con ilanllron hand. The compounding of riIYSICIAS PRESCRIPTIONS n specialty. Corner North and Main St Brenlmm - - Texas. HUNT & CO., (Succcsors to J. A. Willtins), Planters' Firsproof Yarshouse. General Commissios Merchants, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. FLUES and TITJES. Cotton an 1 uthe con signinenta solid ed. Cast paid for com, hides and all coun try produce. ifcT Treo aty delivcrr. Telephone con nection -I March 13. 18S5. ALL KINDS of ROUGH and DRESSED SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDER'S HARDWARE AND Osborne Mowing. M-A-CHIILSrES. All kept and for sale by IV. G. WI1KIXS. F...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 18 February 1886

Banner. 1 YHANKIN , LEVIN. Thnrsday, February 18, 1886. Thi preu dispatches give a lengthy account ot the laneral of Gen. Hanoock.atNorristown, Pa., on Saturday last, i'olly six tbonp and persons were present. The paths of journalists in East ern Germany are not strewn with roses. The editors of the Posrn jiiurnai navo ooen sentenced to s'z months imprisonment for having libeled Princo Bismarck. Tub House commilteo on coinage weights and measures have decided to report adversely the proposition to remove all restrictions on the lroe coinage of silver. This will bring the raattor directly before tbe Houao According to the Fairfield Be- cordor Terrell should serve a term or two in the Houso of Reprosenta' tives before going to the senate We do not regard it as likely thai ho will servo in either the house or the senate. George B. I.ovino, who so re cently sold tho Fort Worth Mail, was tn El Paso tho other day try ing to enter the newspaper field. Ho was negotiating for the pur chase o...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 18 February 1886

liFAL ESTATE TmSFEBS. L Gity;and County. .Sl'ECrAL K0TICE1 ParllTa In arr.r.rr subscription to th. VCKEKL.Y IIA.NNEIC r tqMd to call ami r the Mm-. ott.rntl- their paper will Im atoiHHl W m business. Cotton. Thomarkct ia inactive on a basH ot 8 cents lor miuuung. Attention in called to the odver lisctncnl of II. Ringonor i Bro., elsewhere. Tliey carry stock of goods. nice The young ladies ot the Public Ilich school have organized a do bating club; they hold woekly mooting!. Pek.io.val. Mr. A. 0. Watson, ot Larmour& Watson, architects, Austin, was in the city yesterday and paid tbo Bakner a visit. TnE German prcformanco at tho opera honso on Sunday night was woll attended and hugely enjoyed, if froquent encores aro any sign of appreciation. in The street crossings of the Santa Fo railway at Main and Sandy streets have been widoned and greatly improved by tho mayor within the past tew days. hi A chazt maB was locked up In tho bastilo Thursday afternoon. He is supposed to be -from ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 18 February 1886

k FAIUI .AND HOME. To mo Farmers. Tho plan of agriculture, 'u car ried nn at the present time, ii not calculated to yield very large prof ' lis, and tbo prime question to be considered by all land owner is bow to bettor this. Krtw it is a welt known fact that the Maple product of bur country is- cotion, the growing of which, alime, brings in money but onco a year, and requires the laborers to subsist tlie remainder of tho time on borrowed capital, or goods bought on time at a large profit to I.. If T I Lf- 1, iiij nuuci. iu luiioto mis cvauu tion will be to emancipate tbo tar. mprs from debt, to bring prosperi ty ami plenty to tneir doors and to di-tributo money throrgh all tbo channels of trade and continuo throughout tho ve&r. To bring this about should oe tho object of every -citizen, and Us consummation will bo tho greatest good ever nerformed for the coun try, invoking tho efforts alike of the Grangers, tho Farmers Alliance and those who wnric f hrnrmh nei ther organization...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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