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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 1 April 1886

t JAKE KBU, Commission Merchant, Quitiaan Street; Brenhain, Texas. Solidli public patronage. Honest weights and fair deaUiur is hia moito. Wagon yard attached for BJsNBFIT of customers. and Dealer la GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS and TOBACCO. Carieton & Nash DIALXaj IK PUEE DEUGS AKD MEDICINES. A complete s tock o ' Patent Medicines, Fuo rer.jmcricJ and Toilet Articles coa stal' 'you tund. Tho oonlpojnclinT of PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS a specialty. Corner JVortJi and Main SI. IJrcnliam - - Texas. BRENHAM WEEKL Y BANNER. VOLUME XXI. BRENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1 . 1SSG. NUMBER 13 T.J0d sc r.w.noirr. w.v.nnKT HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. Wiltins), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Mmm Merchants, Deatersin GRAIN, BRAN, HAY iindliirm Seeds, COAL, LIE, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. .FX.TJES and TIIjES, Cotton and oilier consignments solicited. Csuh paid for corn, hides and all coun try iiieduce. ftr Frco city delivery. Telephone con eectionlSS March 13, iSSj. lic $...

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. — 1 April 1886

I '' TIe Weekly Banner. ,yBY RANKIN & LEVIN. SUijraa.ay, April 1. 188C. OVeb ono million dollars worth ofproporty was consumed by firo atKoj-Wcst, Tlorida, on Tuesday morning, upon which thoro was only"S100,000 insnranco. TnE eight lionr system has been adopted in tho Enrcka tobacco work's, and in Kish & Co's mnnu factnriogcstablishmcnt at Chicago. Tho two concerns employ sorcrai hundred hands and their action in tliis matter was voluntary. iFoun of tho leading tobacco manufacturers of Baltimore, cm. ploying, over 10G0 people, have voluntarily conceded to their wdrking peoplo eight hours for a day's work instead of ton, without any corresponding decrease7 of pay Cot. J. D. Elliott, formorly of Austin, who has boon in Washing ton several months looking for an offico, has gono homo in despair. Somo of tho Toxas delegation op poscd.him on account oi his course while editor oi tho Gazctto at Aus tin." ; Three of tho largest stovomanu. factoring establishments in De troit, Michig...

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. — 1 April 1886

City and County. Gaudeks aro looking well. But low vacant residences in tho city. SrniNa has como the jackdaws aro hero. Hi The city election takes placo noxt Tuesday. Bmniiam is badly better sido walks. in need of Wnrnot extend tho city railway lino to tho parks? Sat, isn't it about timo for baso- ball clubs to blossom! Bbinuam needs moro railroads. and needs thorn badly. m OCR grand jury did somo splcn' did work boforo adjourning. Caor prospects aro fine, is tho go n oral opinion of our planters. A good flouring mill is ono of the primo necessities of this city. The total enrollment at tho pub lic schools is 695 whites and 408 colorod. Several tramps aro to be seen lounging around in tho suburbs of tho city. Less cotton and moro corn, hog and hominy is what this county seeds just now. The city canvass is beginning to warm up and candidates aro now quito active. The Mai-fiost at firemen's Park on tho 14th and 15th ot May will likely bo tho best over given In -Brenham. The jnembers ...

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. — 1 April 1886

Farm and Home. THE COTTOX ACKEAQE. N. 0. Tima-Vcmoatt. Tho Memphis Appeal calls at tention to tno ecnoral expression on the part of planters and others in favor of a reduction in tho acro- ago in cotton and a smaller crop, and dcc!aro9 that the very univer sality of!tho demand convincos it that tho noxt crop will bo larger than over. wticnovor planters tell each other and their morchants thattberois an overproduction of cotton, that cotton raising is a los ing business at present prices, ana that they intend to reduce tho acroaeo one-half this year, it may bo accepted as an unfailing sign of a still larger crop. Throughout tho 'entire cotton-producing region tho planters aro disconragod on account of tho prcsont rninious prico of cotton, and they jointly resolve to reduce tho production. Each bolicvcs he.otbor in earnest, and fancying that the small amount raised will command fabulous prices, all incrcaso instead of di minishing their acreage, and the Tosnltis ovcrprodnntion and a l...

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. — 8 April 1886

!CTJjiGdSQir Garleton & Nash ItJ IX WEEKLY PlUE DEUGS BRENHAM BANNER. AND MEDICINES. A complete stock of .-tent Medicines, Fit e Perfumeries and Tnilct Articles con stantly on hand. Tho comnonndins of PHYSICIAN'S rUESClUPTIONS a specialty. Corner North and Main St. Brculiaiu - - Texas. r. tt.dukt. VOLUME XXI. BKEXHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AJMiLL S. J 880. NUMBEK 11 HUNT & CO., (Successors to J. A. WUldns), Planters' Fireprcal Warehouse. General Commission Merctents, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm. Seeds, COAL, LIHE, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. FJuTJES and TILES, Cotton an! other consignments solicited. Cash paid for corn, hides and all conn- iiy innno, v uclr tSS" Freo city nection"! Starch II iSSj divery. Telephone con- 0. K. SHINGLES ALL MBS of ROUGH an. DRESSED SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND HOSE'S HARDWARE, 3 ifROYAUMsSN g lic gjrcnluw gnuncv.i KDITOHIAL NOTKS. STATE .NEWS. ITEMS OF INTEKEST. I'uLlUItcl Dally nml W-ehly Zauf.ck, thoJJcpublican iinslmas- The I.aGrang...

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. — 8 April 1886

V The Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, April 8, 1886. Secketabt Manning was much better on Sunday night, and it was thought ho would bo able to sit up inja few days. The strikers at Fort Worth forced tbo lsstie! it is cither an archy or obedience- to law. The law must and will be enforced. Several leading Mormons oi Salt liako City have been arrested for unlawful cohabitation having more wives than the law allows. The San Antonio Times and the Laredo Times aro both of tbo opinion that Swain's chances of be coming governor aro too small to bo seen with the naked eye. Tin: passenger and freight con ductors on the San Antonio and El Paso divis'on ot the Southern Pacific railway havo amicably settled their differences with the company. Abodt 3 o'clock Saturday morn ing a fire broke out in' tbo laundry of the Planters house, a large hotel in St Louis, and before it was e tinguished four servant girl wore suffocated by the smoke. No other lives were lost; the damage to the ...

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. — 8 April 1886

City and County. Vest liltlo sicknoss in the city. Bubinms is present. qnito doll just at Eaas and batter is plentifal and cheap in this market. The weathor yesterday was warm and pleasant. Mb. Frank Fowler is tho father of a bouncing baby girl. Look out lor sneak thieves, bur glars and night prowlers. Toe prospects for a large dew berry crop is promising. Measles are provalont in tho Gay Hill neighborhood. Toe firemen's Mai-fcst at Brcn ham will bo a grand affair. Early vegetables are beginning to make their appearance in tbe market. Light is wanted in Brenham; let us havo the electric .light or gas works. Miss Harry Bedell, of Hemp stead, is in tho city visiting Mrs Morris Fisher. There is now fifteen prisoner fin tho county jail; cloven negroes and four whites. Tbe appropriate celebration of tho 21st San Jacinto day by the fire department is an assured fact. Died. At "Weatheriord, Texas, at 7 o'clock on the 2d inst, A. Y. Hutchison, formerly of Brenham. The street sprinkler has b...

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. — 8 April 1886

'Farm and Home. TOE MISTAKES OF FAKUERS. An exchanges furnishes us vrith the following list of mistakes gen erally made by nrghgent farmers: 1. To think that anyono can farm; that a man who has starved as a canrassov lor a patent tooth pick, or has Vn unsuccessful as a carpontcr can jump into a business requiring high intelligence and per sovcrinf, efforts, and, being familiar with details, bo able to make raon- 2. The idea that a largo farm, halt stocked and poorly cultivated, pays hotter than a few acres well stocked and carefully tilled. 3. What is it but tho worst kind of a mistako to pay hundreds ol dollars for good farm machinory and allow it, for want of good shcl tor, to rot, rust and become useless in a year or soonor than it should ? 4. It is a big mistako to let year aftor year pass by with no attempt to improvo tho quality of the farm stock. Blooded caltlo pay, they mako beef quicker, and tho cows givo moro milk. Bettor lilood in horses pavs. A Norman or part Norman colt...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 15 April 1886

BRENHAM EEKLY BANNER. PLTRB DRUGS Carieton & Nash DXlLX&i IX W AND MEDICINES. complete stock or Patent Medicines, Fire Perfumeries and Toilet Article con stantly on hand. Tho impounding of PHYSICIAN'S l'jussuuu'nuxia specialty. Corner North and Main St. Brcnham - - Texas. HUNT & CO., (Successor! to J. A. WUkins, Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission Merchants, Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAS and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIE, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. .EXiUES and TILES, Cotton and other consignments solicited. Cash paid for corn, hides and all coun try produce. tKff Freo city delivery. Telephone con- necbontSl March 13, ISSJ. . K. SHINGLES ALL KINDS Of ROUGH III DRESSED SASH, DOORS, BLINDS AND BUILDER'S HARDWARE, -AND- Osborne Mowing MACHINES. .All kept and for sale by IV. 0. WILKINS. CARPETINGS Upholstery Goods W. & J. Sloane Tontc attention to the Attractive Prices at vlilchilirir entire spring htoc lis ucing oucreu. A5I.'rEKS, jiom $z 00 per yd iniwanl WlLTt W JWUUr ti i...

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. — 15 April 1886

Ilk !fc The Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN &. LEVIN. Thursday, April 15, 188G. A bumos is prevalent at Shrove- port. that tbo .mnchino shops will bo removed from Marshall to that city. Tni Dallas News is still beating up tbogovornor for his slow action in sending tbo militia to Fort Worth. Bbownwood now has a daily pa per, tbo Bee, it is published by Hickle Bros, and is a model of typographical neatness. A socialist and anarchist nam. od Sam Fielding, who has a nogro wifo delivorod a socialist speoch at Chicago on Sunday last. i Tnr Govornor of Illinois sent a largo nnmbcr of Stato militia to East St. .Louis and virtually put that city nndor martial law. Qniot was completely rostorod. Toe amount asked of Gainesvillo by tbo Gnlt, Colorado and Santa Fo road has boon guaranteed and tho right of way secured. Engin oors are ready to go to work. TniBTT Dagos were arrested in Cincinnati last Saturday for pass, ing counterfeit coins ;thoy were engaged in soiling fruit and gave out the counter...

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. — 15 April 1886

City and County. Who will bo tho next May Qaocn'r Thai's tho question. hi A tew moro sido-walks aro iicoil of repairs. IlinuLArt mootinir of Mai-fost committoo to-morrow night. New crop potatoes aro in tho market and sell at 75 cents a bucket lull. Dengue. It is roportod that thoro aro a numbor of cases of donguo fever in town. The weather Saturday was np to summor heat, upwards.of 80 de grees in tho shado. There aro entirely loo many worthloss, nnliconsod dogs running at largo in the city. Faemebs aro too busy to come to town oxcopt on urgent businoss, consequently trado is dull. The rigid onforcoment of tho sido-walk ordinanco is proving a great convenience to pedestrians Attention Is callod to the advor. lisomont of lectures by Hev. J. Grabingcr, of tho Catholic church Teachebs JIeetino. Tho Conn' ty Teachers' instituto will moot at 2.30 p. m., to-day at tho high school building. It is rumorod that tho Bronham Salvation Army is about to ro-or- ganizo for tho spring and summer cam...

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. — 15 April 1886

Farm? and Home. : corrox raoDucnox. ;Tho interstate agricultural con vention at 'Jackion, Icnn., has call ed a'ttOatibn ;to tb demoralized condition'of tho cotton raising in tercst of tbo Sontb, in conseqnenco of the low prices of tho Btaple pro Tailing. The convention pronounc ed in favor ot diversified crops ana showed how this would boncfit tbo South. .If one-third less cotton Was planted, and more cram and grasses, moro hogs and hominy raised a living price could be real ized lor labor, wbilo tbo southern farmers and planters would be in dependent oi tho West in tho mat tor, and bo ablo to raise tho cotton as an extra and profitable crop. Tho convention declared: "The timo is now propitious for united action, and we anneal to the press of the South, to aid us in our cf- this protest and appeal to tbo planter to raise less cotton and moro crain." This advico has been given year in and year out overy sinco tbo war; but it has never boon follow ed. Tho so tun nas persisted in raisi...

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. — 22 April 1886

Garleton & Nash PUEE DEUGS AHD MEDICINES, A complete) stock or Patent Medicines, Firo Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on band. Tho componndine of rUVSICIAlTS PRESCRIPTIONS n f pocwlty. Corner North and Main St. Brcnliam - - Texas. HUNT & CQ.f (Successors to J. A. JVillins), Planters' PireprooT Warehouse. General Commission Merchants. Dealers in GRAIN, BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. -EXiTTES and TILES. Cotton ind other consignments solicited. Cash paid for corn, hides and all coun try produce. t& Freo city delivery. Telephone con nection S March 13, iSSS. L SHINGLES ALL K7HDS of ROUSH mi DRESSED LUMBER! SASH, DOOKS, BLINDS AND BUILDER'S flAMAHl, -AND1- Osborne Mowing All lept and for salo by TX. (. WILKINS. LUtVlBER! On hand a full stock of Bough and Dressed. DOORS, SASH, ETC. iCaldwell f apis, All Sizes. Cypress Cisterns. MW-1 Meje Mowers. Ilarlicd lV'irc. Houston Urick, Lime;- Ma. a,m firo Bnclc. IF. "W. "WOOD. Kcar C impress. JAKE ...

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. — 22 April 1886

The Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, April 22, 1S8G. Ins grcatorpart of this week will bo dovotod by tho House to a consideration of the river and har bor bill. CoNdBtssMAN Chain has intro duced a bill for tho establishment of a United States sub-treasnry at Galveston. The Fort Worth Gazotto dovotcs nearly a column to criticising tho antics of Gatcsvillo Advance-Sun in regard to prohibition. What the Advance-Sun wants is noto rioty. Tins Fort Worth Gazotto seems to Bympathiso with Dallas because it has no morning paper to advocate deep wator at Sabino Pass. Tho Morning News wants deep water at Galveston. iii The Galveston Nows romarks that Hozie seems to bo tbo right kind of a man in iront of an emer gency. Ho 'hasn't slopped over onco during tho prosont troubles. Hoxio is undoubtedly tho posses sor of back bono. The James bill has received a favorablo committee report, and the general feeling is said to bo in its favor among tho membors of congress. It is a bill to r...

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. — 22 April 1886

Citv and County. See Nowbouor's ad. on fourth rage. Attention is callod to tho now ad. of F.W.Wood, lumber dcalor, Oveb six hundred people woro on tbo courthouso squaro Saturday night atn freo concort given by a traveling doctor. The examination of Oak Grovo school, Gay Hill, R. Huebonor, principal, took placo on Friday and was highly satisfactory to thn natrons of tho school. A nico dinner was had at tho school house Tho school will ro-open in June. 1 1 1 The McNclly case is sot for trial in the district court to-day. The indications are that a motion for a change of vonuo will bo tho first Attention is callod to thoadver- mont oi town salo of lots at Santa Anna, on tho Santa Fe railway, in Coleman county. This is a now town and tho lots aro to bo sold by tho company. ,11 C. W. Batch of tbo McCobe Ad vertising Co. who has boon in our city for tho past fow days solicit ing cards for tho two vory largo photographs of tho U. S. Capitol will coraploto his work to-day; printing was dono...

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. — 22 April 1886

- - Farm and Home. TIIE FAEUIXG IXTEBEST. Tboro is no vocation that advan ccs civilization half so much as a (rood, scientific system of farming, Tho old civilizations sprang up in snch places as tho rural districts along tho valley of tho Kilo, and in urcoco and Jtaly and Palestine. .But strango to say,tho farmers as a class study their vocation less than any other class of tradesmen. Ma chinists, factory operatives, ma chames. all who sneceod aro train ed for their work. Farming is one of tho most complex and intricate of all Occupations. The profession of medicino has no creator necessi ty for a thorough knowlcdgo of cnomistry; than tho science ollarm ing, yet chcmistryjs not one of tho branches taught in our public scnool coursor xne armerwno uses the fertilizers from tho stable and hen bouse, reaps bis roward from tho vast amount of ammonia which theso articles contain? If ho puts ashes on his larm, espe cially on his fruit and potatoes, ho is rewarded by tno potash his land ha...

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. — 29 April 1886

JAKE KEU, Commission Merchant, Quitmaa Street, Brcnham, Texas. ttohati public patronage. Honest weighti n 1 fair dcalin; i bit motto. Wagon jranl auaciieaioriiriJi&rii. 01 cusiuuicrs. and Dealer In GROCERIES, BEER, CIGARS ind TOBACCO. Castor Beans, Tor riantlng Purposes. ForSalo 11 it Oil Mill. GOLD! GOLD! $300. On lha first dnj- of June, 1887, $200 in GoM will bo given away at KIBER'S CANDY STORE, Under Central Hotel. I jichJV.mirchaso entitle the purchaser to & TiiVet, cwd, in the Free Distribution of I rnzfc.marollons. 1 Prize. $50 in Gold. 0 Prizes, $10 each, $90 in Gold 10 Prizes, $3 each, $30 in Gold. 30 Prizes, $1 each, $30 in Gold. Remember roa pot ft ticket with each 25 cent worth of goods ou purchase ; with a my centpuniiaso, two tickets, nna so on I Wp nlwnvsinetoikn full line of Cor- lAit lAtiAnrt firm t) tin sldimricf Ifi I fill Iff. Nuts. Chrars and Tobacco in fact c en thins i amy line Uorao wadfr Candj manufac- lurea daily. TIib Best 5s Cigap ia the City. Ple...

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. — 29 April 1886

.- a- s-fc.c-- t-f --." T " ThB Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, April 29, 18SG. Paws is putting forth noblo ol forts to sccnro an extension of the Golf, Colorado and Santa Fo rail way, and about ?24,000 of tho amonnt required has already been raised. The San Antonio Light is an ad miror of Randall because of his high tariff proclivities, and says. he is all wool a yard wide, died in tho fleece, and warranted not to fade with Ohio and western flock matters. It pnts .Morrison down as jnst tho opposite. At a meeting of business mon in Longviow a subscription of capi tal slock to tho amount of 53,000 was raised for publishing a Demo cratic wockly paper in that place, Sam Cundiff, G, D. Harrison, 1. II. Crutchor. C. W. liawronco, E. a. Terry, A.S. Taylor and Dock Pc- gues wore choson directors. Col. Charles DiEoese, of Rod JRiver county, was at tho Texas Veteran reunion at Dallas. Ho is dead against Swain and wants to bo governor himsolf. There was, it scorns, a goncral g...

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. — 29 April 1886

." 'V Citv and County. Sirs dowborticB in market. Yistwujat was a cloar, fair day. But few vacant bongos in the city. Soda founts aro in fall bloom again. SwiNaisa signs aro a nuisanco in any city. Suxdat school picnics will soon bo in order. Some sparking is going on amoDg tho young iolks. Several casos of flux aro report ed in tho city. PLOVZ&snro reported abundant on the prairies. Ocm ico factory will soon bo in operation again. Oun markota aro well supplied Willi fat, juicy meats. ItEPAm tho sidowalks and saTe tho city damage suits. Brenham noods moro railroads and must havo them. County court convenes on tho third Monday in ilay. Cattle trains continno to pass north over tho Santa Fo road. Saw down yonr overcoats and got out your linen dusters. No improvement reportod in Col. Allcorn's condition. The Park grounds will bo put in applo-pio order for tbo feist. KbiniNQ was dono yesterday in tho Justico or Mayor's court. The city railway lino ought to bo oxtendod to Firemen's p...

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. — 29 April 1886

v V. -J M . Farm and Home. To Kill Orasslioppcrx. Hr.J.E. Flcwellon, of Whitman in this county, furnishes tho follow ing recipe for killing grasshoppers, Water, 40 gallons. Arsenic, 1-2 to 3-4 of a pound. Molasses, 1 gallon. Klour, 3 quarts. Mix thoroughly and apply, tho same as liquid poison ior cotton -norms, on tho grass, woods or crops whero tho grasshoppers arc depredating. This is said to bo a dead shot, killing every grass hoppor. Another application is mado as follows: Kcrosino oil, 1 gallon. WatorJ 4 gallons. Common bar soap, 1-2 pound. Mix tho soap and water thor oughly, ihendd tho kcrofino oij. Apjjly(ai a )pray. "fThis kills every hopper it touches. Prof, liiley, the government en tomologist, has sent Mr. Lawronco Drnncr ta.tliis county $.0 invest!- irate thoicrasshopper plague. He is now in tho 'Whitman neighbor hood, and will spend several weeks in making a scientific investisation of tho grasshoppers in that neigh borhood, which have for Bevcral successive years dostr...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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