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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 25 February 1886

JAKE NETJ, Commission Merchant, Quitman Street, Brwlwn, Texas. Solicits public patronage. Uonost weights smd fair destine is his motto. Wagon jarf attached tor BENEFIT of customers. anil Iiealer In GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. WILLIAM ZJSISS, CITY BAKER, AND CONFECTIONER, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Oroceriei Fresh Cakes and Pics on hand at all timet. Main Street. Bssanuu. Txxas Garleton & Nash -SULXKS W PIHE DEUGS MEDICINES. A coTnplelo stock of Vateut Moditdnes, Fino Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on hand. The compounding of PHYSICIAN'S rEESCRIPTIONS a specialty. Corner JVorth and Main St. Brcnlinm - - Texas. HUNT & CO., (Successors to . A. Wilkins), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission lerctonts, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIE, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. JFX.TJES and TILES Cotton an4 othei consignments solicited. Cash paid lor corn, maes ana au coun try p. ty deli prtface. ttaJ Free city delivery. Telephone con necnon-gx Mar...

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. — 25 February 1886

15 U-ft- ir It The"Veklt Banner. BY:RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, February 25'. I813G. The condition' of" Hon. Henry JWattcrson is regarded as critical. These is now money enongh ia tbo Stato treasury to moet 58,000 tond interest dno March .1st. It is stated that the Blaine is thus early in training for a voyage up Salt rivor, to be mado in tne fall of 1888. The crematories of France pro pose to reduce a corpse to ashes and furnish rt rase to bold then for the small sura of tbreo dollars: It is stated that tbe ofilce. of lioutenant-eovcrnor of Texas, is worth all of 8150 a year, or about $300 for two years. So far Bryan T. Barry is the only man th'at!has offered for it. Tub Galveston Tribune says tbo Port Worth mass meeting endorsing EabinoFass consisted of fifty-three men. The boom for speculators in town lots at Sabine Pass needs a tonic On Wednesday tbe State Treas nrcr paid the 880,000 check that "busted" the treasury Bomo time back. About 880,000 in general rovenue warrants hav...

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. — 25 February 1886

BEAL ESTATE TBASSTEHS. City and County. Sl'ECIAIATNOTICE! Parties In arrears for tnbMnptlta to tha WQKIT UAXKXn i nqaealcd M nil and pay thfTiiam, eUtarwtM tbtlr paper will b atcf oed. Yfe mean btulneu. Tns c!m trots ton tho creek bot toms aro in fall bloom; springtime is nearly hero. iln. Wnrn is now roadmasteron tbe Western branch of the Central, Tice Ingram, who resigned. Mayor's Court. Friday Bob Amnions, drnnk and disorderly; fined $1 and trimmings. The Young Ladies Base Ball club plays & match game at the fair grounds to-morrow afternoon Mr. J. G. Rankin, of tho Bannzb, Jef. yestorday for Cincinnati to attend the International Press con vention. Personal. Jlr. W. H. Masters, General Passenger and Freight Agent ol tho Gnlf, Colorado and Santa Fo railway, was in town yesterday. Justice's Coubt. Friday Miss Emily Thompson, a colored lady of Camptown was fined SI and trimmings, total $12.80 fordisturb- mg tho peace. As old negro man named Honry Morrow was arrested at Gay Hill ...

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. — 25 February 1886

3SBX3KiJ ii6M. m Time Consumed. Teiaj Tarm sd Ranch. Itis hold up bv a creat manT that tho titno needed to properlv caro for a yard oi fine fowls is a rery important element in tho calcula tion of the actual cost of poultry Keeping, out tno laci is, it scarcely merits tho consideration which has been so of ion given it. It is no ex aggeration to say that the time actually neoded to attend to the necessary wants of a flock of forty or nity iotcis, it proporly iioosod and yarded with ordinary regard to tho requirements of health and coraiort, aocs not exceed ntteen minutes each day. It is quite trne that nearly every brocder of fino fowls expends moro timo than this over bis nock, but it is onlr be' cause ho likes the job, nnd is more dehberato in going through every detail of caring for his fowls. By pushing tho thing straight through, and refusing to pause and admire tho superior points of this or that bird, fivoor ten minutes time for watering-is all tbat is necessary. It is easy t...

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 March 1886

JAKE NEXT, Commission Merchant, Quitman Street, Brenham, Texas. Solicits public patronage. Honest woighti and fair A-alinr is his motto. Wagon yard attached to BENEFIT or customers, and Dealer In GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Carleton & Nash SXlLXaJ IS PURE DEUGS AND MEDICINES. A complete stock or Patent Medicines, Pile rerfnmeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on nand. The compounding of PUYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS a spocialty. Corner North and Main St. Urcnlmm - - Texas. VOLUME XXI. I3KENITAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 18SG. NUMBER 9 HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. Willuns), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission Merclanls, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY andParm Seeds, COAL, LIE, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. .FXiTJES and TILES. Cotton and other consignments solicited. Cash paid for corn, hides and all coun try produce. S5 Free city delivery. Telephone con nection! March 13, 1SS5. i&licgvcnhnwgamtcv. l'ubllehfil Iall nml H...

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 March 1886

The Weekly Banner. DY RANKIN &. LEVIN. Thursday, March 4, 1S86. pEDlTOHIAL NOTES. Cyrus Field is robnilding tbo Andro monument. Tnx Houston Herald has opened an unrelenting war on Hon. W. E. Bator. Hood's Texas Brigade trill hold its lGth annual meeting at Nava eoU on Jnno 19th. Sam Jones opened np bis war- faro on Chicago sinners Sunday morning to an audience of 3000. Tbe general sentiment of the Houso ts in laver ot a speedy settlement of the silver question. Servia refuses to accept the treaty ol pcaco drawn by the Bul garians. Tho treaty has not been signed. Ax unkown man suicided at Niagara Falls tho other day by fulling orjumping into the rushing waters. The Lon doi banking houso of .Rothschild has issuod a Brazilian loan of 600,000, inlorcst 5 per cent., prico 95. On tho 11th inst. that staunch and reliable paper, tho Columbus Citizen, will comploto its twenty third vclumo. ';At Bath, Maine, on Sunday last, snow drifts wero ten feet deep on tho railroad tracks and travel ...

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 March 1886

REAL ESTATE TKAXSTEBS. City and County. SPECIAL HOTICE! FartWs la arrears for subscription to tbo WEEKLY BAXNER aro requited to call and par tho same, otaarwlM their papar will ba stopped. We meaa business. JIk. Branch A. Watson, of Bur tOD, was in town yesterday. "We bad a light norther yester day drying tho stroots considerably. The magistrates court was on' gaged yesterday in trying civil casos by jury. The mayor's court is doing nothing; things generally are very qniet and tho election is coming on. The weather Sunday and Mon day was all that could bo desired, though tho indications aro favor able tor rain. Personal. Mr. J. 6. Knnkin, of tho Banker returned from Oincin cat! Tuesday ovening. Ho is de lighted with his trip. Fahmebs generally say tho crop season never opened moro aus piciously than tho present; tho rain camo in tho right time and whon ncoded. The sheriff's deputies havo been quite busy for somo days summon' ing pantos ana sorving various papers in connostion with 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. — 4 March 1886

FABJI'AND HOME. ilr. Leonard Grant, jr., vouches for. tbo trnth of tho following story, and says he can bring plenty of men who will testify to his veracity, so wo give the story as lio gave it to ns, with tho remark that it is tho biggest hen story on record: "About sixteen yoars ago ray father threshed with an open cylinder machino, raking tho straw from tho oats and chatf, loaving tho latter npon tho floor. Just beforo completing tho Vork, a hen flew down from the scaffold whore tho oats had been storod, and went out lrom tho barn. After tho machino was removed to a neigh bor's, I saw tho same hen como npon tho floor, and begin scratch ing among the oats ana chaff. My brother told mo to scaro hcraway, but I thought she wanted to lay, so wo kept still and watched her. Sho quickly mado a nest, and in about two minutes arose, cackled. and went off a. few steps, then ro- inrnea 10 tne nest a tew minutes, got up, and cackled again, repeat ing tho process five, times beforo Icavips tho...

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 March 1886

TE JAKE NBU, CommissiofrMerchant, Quitman Street, Brenluua, Texas. Solicits public patronage. Honest weights and Mr dealing is his motto. Wagon yard attached for BENEFIT or customers, and Dealix In GROCERIES, DEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. TVTT.T.TAM ZEISS, CITY BAKER, AND CONFECTIONER, Dealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh Cakes and Pics on hand at all times. M.in street....... Buonnu, Txxas Garleton & Nash DXALXKJ IK PTJUE DRUG'S AND MEDICINES. A complete slock of Patent Medicines, FUo Vcrfumories and Toilet Articles con stantly on hand. Tho compounding of PHYSICIAN'S rBESCKDTTIONS a spocialty. Comer Nortli and Main St. Brcnham - - Texas. 'HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. Wilkins), Planters' Fireprool Warehouse General Commission Mercbants, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEMENT, FffiEBRIGK. .FXiTJES and TILES, Cotton and other consignments solicited. Casl, paid for corn, hides and all coun try produce. tS" Freo city ddivoiy. Telephone con nection"!...

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 March 1886

The-jWeekly Banner. ftBRANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, March II, 1886. TnE.Aas'tin Statesman Is work ing hard to havo Judge Terrell clcctcdiUnilcd States sooator. Tnp lla'di Grits pageant at Now Orleans on Tuesday was equal to any that havo occurred tor sorao years. TuEvKnights of Lab or at Deca tur, lit? fiavo formed a now politi cal parly to bo known as the United laboriParty ot America. "V": ""' TnrEouston Ago runs thoDem- ocraticcitj- ticket at is mast head, but it 'does not seem to bo very enthusiastic in its support. The President has nominated Y. O. King of Texas to bo soeieUry of tho legation and consul general of tuo United States at Bogota. We havo reccivod several copies of tho'now Sherman Begister. It is a very neatly printed paper and now has a fair advertising patron age. : i The Lampasas Daily Journal has reduced its size to five col umsand it would seem to be plenty largo to meet all the de mands of that town. The appropriation of only $3,- 000,000 for Mississippi leve...

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 March 1886

REAL ESTATE TSXSSTES3. City and County. SPECIAL KOTICE I Fartles Jn arnare tn laerHUtn to tha TVEEBXT BANNER are reqaestacs to call and paT tbe tame, otaentlse their paper will ba stopped. Wa mean bulneu. ITne -weather is quite cold for Tbe season. Ball. Schllor Lodge No. 33, A. 0. D. W., will gtvo their anni versary ball at the Frohstnn hall on the creningof the 2Stb instant. Brenuam in a mcrcantilo way is qulto dull, but in the way of elec tioneering tor city officers it is aB lively as an old cheese m warm weather. Me. Theo. Ahbehbick will open a grocery and provision store on Alain street in the storo now occu pied by Voss Bros. Ho will open on tho 15th insL Humors were afloat jestorday that a political meeting is to bo held at tho courthouse to-night. If tho mooting is hold it will bo out ot doors and open to every body. in Qinxz a number ol people from tho Burton neighborhood woro in town Wednesday. Thoy camo hero for.tho purposo of being m tcrrogatcd by tho grand jury. The Ba...

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 March 1886

farm; and home. Cotton Production. N. 0. TimcsDemocT&L Tho Intcrstato Agricultural Con vention at Jackson, Tonn., has call cd attention to tho demoralized condition of tho cotton raising in tcrcst of tho Sontb. in consonnenco of tho low prices of tho stapfo pre vailing, lino convention pronounc ed in favor of diversified crops, and shovrod how this would bono fit tho South. If one-third less cot ton was planted, and moro griin and grasses, moro bog and hominy raised, a living prico could bo rea lized (or labor, while the Southern larmcrs and planters would bo in dependent oi tuo West in tbo mat ter, and bo ablo to raiso tho cotton ns an oxtra and profitable crop. Tho convention doclarod : "The timo is now propitious for united action, and wo -appeal to tbo press of tho South to aid us in onr efforts, by giving ovcry publicity to this protest and eppoal to tbo planter to raiso less cotton and moro grain." This advico has bcon given year in and year out over sinco tbo war; but it ...

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 March 1886

JAKE NEXT; Commission Merchant, Quitman Street, Breafcra, Texas. Solicits public patrosase. Honest wolghta and fair d&lrnt; is his motto. 'WaRon yard attached for BENEFIT of customers. and Sealer In GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Oarleton & Nash sxuxvi a PUKE DEUGS AND MEDICINES. A complete stock of Patent Hedidncs, Fino Perfumeries and Toilet articles con stantly on hand. The compounding of PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS a specialty. Corner North and Main St. Brcnham - - Texas. r. vr. itcst. " T- HUST HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. WiDdns), Planters1 Fireproof Warehouse. General Comissifiii Merclaits, Deal en in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm. Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEHEHT, FIBEBRICK. .FL.TJES and TILES, Cotton and other consinmi cud for corn, hides tents solicited. Cash and all conn try prod nee. Z&" Free city delivery. nection"TJ3a March 13, iSSS- Telephone -con- aisn mnDsifioieiaiKB LUMBER SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDER'S HARDWARE, AND Osborne Mowing M-A-CEmSTES. .All...

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 March 1886

ThevVVeekly Banner. jSJBYttANKIN &. LEVIN., .Thursday, March 18. 188C. , TfHDEitiho head oi "Beastly Bra lalitjft the Fort Worth Gazctto dovStcstwo columns to an account ofaprizo fight. It is saf o to say that those two columns were care fully read by a great many people simply to gratily their curiosity. Tin: Dallas News says tho loaso system, should bo abolished and UiOjScliooI lands pul'on tho markot and sold as soon as possible. The sooner tlib public domain in Texas isdijpo'scd of tho sooner 'will a fruitful sourco of bickering and tronblo bo finally disposed of. ' The Marshal Horald says tho alKabsorbmg thomo at prosont is tho strike and that tho public and tho genoral reader of tho nowspa pcrs will'rcad about nothing else. Ifproposcs to reserve its powdor until tho present conflict is"over beforo it touches upon any other subject. The discussion in tho Sonato upon tho issuo botwoon that body and tbo prcsidont will bo contin ued during tho present weok. Air. Edmnndswho has...

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 March 1886

City and County. Ouite a nnmbor of planters arc buying sood.corn from dealers in Bronhom. Hay Fest. It has boon docided to hold tho Firemans' May Fest on tho 14th and 15th of May. New and totter pipo is boing laid down in somo portions of tho city by tho water company. The Basneh returns thanks for an invitation to tho ball of Schiller iodgo No. 33, A. 0. U. W. at Froh sinn hall, on tho 28th insU The ball at Plcasr.nt Hill on tho evening of tho 14lh inst., was largely attondod and finoly en joyed by all thoso who attended. TnE spring timo approaches, and tho small boy is getting his pin hook roady to save tho hungry littlo porch from a watery grave. HI Personal. Ool. -Peter Haber- man and who, of Pittsburgh, Pa., aro hero on a visit to thior son-in-law Mr. August Engolke. Col. fl. is an oxtonsivo coal operator. See cbanco in H. Hoffman's ad. ho is offonng a fino lino of tailor mado clothing. Is solo agont lor Philadelphia fino hats. Has an attraction lino of dress goods. Grand openi...

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 March 1886

w t r .rAKJl NOTES. How do yon proTido green food 'for tbo hens? bid .j-qa.eTe'r try feeding them by-hay cntMn small piocesT' Try it,ftpc9, & It is evident that tho demand for thoronghbrod merino lambs is looking up. For tho post year or so tnoy navo been almost a arng. It is well to remembor "that tlio turkey must havo wide'rango. Uonlinomont is death to them, Jio will show his gratitndo, if.pormit- lou to lorago, by making mosfot his living. " ,." Prof. Tracy, speaking from, careful oxperionco, says there are no bcansrohich are unquestionably, snDorior to tho old froldon wax. Valentino, horticultural and dwarf itianoy. . ,, People use'dtto'say that' the amount of an animal's "food 'should bo estimated by its liyo weight. It was said that 8 per cent., of .the livo weight1 daily would Bupport life. This is not a rcliablo doc trine J. J. H. Gregory remarked at a lato mooting of farmers, as re ported in tho Massachusetts ploughman, that thoro was a-time in tho early agriculture wh...

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. — 25 March 1886

v- Commission Merchant, l Quitman Street, Brenham, Texas.) Solicits public ptronge. Honest iraghti ud WrdcaIin!:UW motto. 'WsRon jwd attached ibr BENEFIT or customer, and Dealer in GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Carle-ton & Nash DULXXJ IK IPTjJ&E DEtJGS AND MEDICINES. A complete rtock or Tatent Jledidnw, Fire PerSimerici aitf Toilet Articles con ct&ntljonhand. Tho compounding of PHYSICIAN'S rRESCRTPTIONS a specialty. Comer North and Main St. .Brenlinm - - Texas. TT.UU.tW. " " HUNT & CO., (Successor! to J. A. WiiUns), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission Merchants, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. JTXjTJES and TILES, Cotton and other consignments solidled.Casl. paid for corn, hides and all conn try produce. X6T Freo city deliver?. Telephone con nection"! llarch 13, lSS;. ALL KINDS Of ROUGH Mi DRESSED SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND GUILDER'S HABDWARE, AND Osborne Mowing M-A-CHIISTES. All kept and for sale by IV. G. ...

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. — 25 March 1886

ThejWeekly Banner. . jBY'-BANKIN &. LEVIN. Thnrsjay, March p,5t 1SSG TnElllEh"" lii-inon inftrn probaify:- tho bcst mcaES ot rcgn. "'""JJ "-.qnor traffic. It would "" """with low docconcs in and cities and would com- P .ctcly abolish tho cross-roads groceries. Under a high license only orderly houses could bo run. Tiltiiclton Journal seems to bo a warm advocato ot deep water at Sabin' Pass. Tho Helton pooplo havo a'papor railroad called tho B., G: and if. O. It is to touch at SabinoPass on tho ronto to Now Orleans. Haybo so in timo Sabino Pass will becomo a formidable rival of Now Orleans. TnE Dallas Nows publishes a .column special from Washington touching tho burning of Brenbam by fodoral soldiers, Scptembor 1st 1SCC. Tho claim for damages amounting to over $131,000 has beon boforo congress lor years. Tho special says Mr. Mills will jfrcss tho bill but tho prospects for its'passago is by no moans flatter ing." The Paris Balanco "Wheel says, "tho man with tbo steady gaze, tho s...

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. — 25 March 1886

City and County. See change in F. A. JJldridgo's ad. in this issue Mrs. .Norton's See notico of spring opening. Arc Uinds of job printing from a visiting card to a full.Bhoot postor neatly and expeditiously oxocuted at the Banneb office. The county officials on Friday opened their hearts and purse strings and treated the prisoners to a sumptuous dinnor. Eikoenek & Bbo., aro now com fortably located in their now and clogant quarters and aro prepared to wait on customers as usual. Mucn credit is duo county attor noy Rogers for his indefatigable efforts in invesligatmj and work ing up ovidenco in the rccont out rage) caso near Burton. In tho "Water works caso Mossrs C. 0. Garrett and B. H. Bassett aro representing the water com pany and Messrs. J. T. Swcarin gon and J?. W. Tarvor, tho city. The citizens of Brenham on Fri day riJadq.up a purse of about $125 for tfioNbenofit of Mrs. Diehrsen, tho womaSj who was so mutilatod near Bnrtoh last Tuesday evoning. The W'.'zarcLoil company i...

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. — 25 March 1886

FAKJI NOTES. JH.VDIX FAUJIIKO. Tho idoa has generally provail- cu in tno past, ana possitiy moro ly farmers than others, that for tho business of farmtng but littlo intellectual training was necessary. A willingness to work on in tho old routine "that has been trans- milted from tho practices of tho past, was all tbat could bo satcly relied on forsnecess. Thisnarrow view, born and kept alive by lcno- raDco only, is a mistaken fallacy of tho past, fast dying out, rather titan tno sentiment ot intelligent, present thought. Tho agriculturo ot to-day is not based on manual labor alone. Tho education of tho mental faculties, as well as tho training ol tho hand to work skill. fully, is recognized as an essential in fitting for tho life work of tho farm. Upon these, intelligence and labor combined, rest the hope ot progress in apiculture. And yet it may bo questioned if farm ers fully appreciate tho value to their children of a homo training and education in tho work in the bnsiness of tho...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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