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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 23 September 1886

i r-f --.ft.-4'r vr MUST- HUNT & CO., (Saeci-uon to J. A. Willinj), Planters' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission Merchants, Ucalcmn GRAIN. BRAN, HAY and Farm Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEKENT, FIREBRICK. .FXUTCSiuid TILES. Cotton an ollte convfcmnents ntlrdleci.Caal, put for corn. hides and all coun try pie-luce. XgJ Free aty delivery. Telephone con nccbon"tl March 13, 1885. Garleton & Nash DXAUtVS I 3? UJEIB DRUGS AND MEDICINES. A comnloto stock of l'tent Modiunos, Kite, rerfuracnes and Toilet Articles con nanny on oanu. Tho compounding of PHYSICIAN'S Corner North and Main St. Brciiliam - - Texas. LUMBER! On hand n full stock of Kougb and Drosscd. DOORS, SASH, ETC. Caldwell Wagons, All Sizes. Cypress Cisterns. InnroTeu Bucteye Mowers. Karl)wl IViro, llonston Brick, Lime, (lenient nnd Firo Urick. F. "W. "WOOD. Near Compress. H.RINGENER&BR8 lUUBitS DM GOODS! K Chill Cure. Guaranteed to cure Chilli and Fever, Ague lla'nnul Ktvir, Uengue, Bilious aud Inter unUcnt Fevers. It ac...

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. — 23 September 1886

a , V The Weekly Banner, BY RANKIN U LEVIN. Thursday, Seplombor 23, I88C. What to do with tho criminal classes is becoming a Tory impor tant, question. It is truthfully charged that tho products ot con vict labor camo in diroct competi tion with tho products of honest labor. To avoid this is tho prob lem that ncods solution. TnillillsboroJiofloctorsays that Judge- Abbott was struck by light ning whon nominated for congress; ho was not oxpecting tho nomina tion, and while- ho is a truo Demo crat ho is not fully prepared to do Cno his viowB on all public ques tions, not having bad tbo timo necessary to solvo them. There is a popular idea that tho general public is opposod to rail way corporations, and to somo ox tont this is truo. Instead of boing opposod to railroads most peoplo should havo a friendly disposition toward thorn; to railroads alono is tho country indobtod for tbo vast progress mado in tho past tbrco do When Goronimo was at largo Gen. Miles offorod $500 Ior his scalp, de...

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. — 23 September 1886

City and County. Tbebe wai nothing dono in tiic district court or. Monday. Sn advertisement c I Morchants Exchango Saloon clsewhorc. TninE will bo a fosl atSchocnau, Austin county, on the 3d proximo. Cotton seed is being banlod to town in vory largo quantities and is soiling at $8 a ton. Tothie will boa Schuclzcn fest it. Zmnsvil o on Sunday next. Seo advertisement clsowbere. AVe had a vory heavy ram on Wrulnmulnv the frcouent rams aro intcrfcringwilh cotton picking. Monday is always a dull day thcro was a fair amount of cotton brought in, but trado was nono too hvoly. Bbisbam needs tho Brazos Val oy railway, and also a lino run ning in tho direction of LaGrango and Columbus. Marmed. On tho evening of tho 22d inst., at tho residence of A. Werner, by Bov. Mr. Kastuer, VALE. HKBBSTtO MlSS JoUANNA WlHBnACSEN. Tmke was a political mooting at Cedar Hill church Tuosday night. It was held in tbo interest of the radical ticket. Leo Broken. A son of Mr. Wo- lenta, residing at Lalium, was kic...

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. — 23 September 1886

r-- Farm and Home. LABEL AND USE WITH CAST. Ono can scarcely bo too careful in handling and placing strong or poisonous liquids. Tbcro aro two or throo volatile liquids used in fami lies -which aro particularly danger ous, and must bo employed, if at all. with special care. Bonzinc, other and strong am monia constitute this class of agonts. Tho two first-named liquids aro employed in cleaning gloves and otbor wearing appoarol, and in removing oil stains from carpets, curtains, &c Tho liquids aro high ly volatilo, and flash into vapor as soon as tho cork of tho phiai con taining them is rcmovod. Their vapors aro very corabustiblo, and will inflamo at long distances from ignited candles or gas flames, and, consequently, they Bhould novor bo used in tho ovemng, wbon tho houso is lighted. Explosions of a vory dangorous naturo will occur if tho vapor of theso liquids is permitted to escape into tboroom in considerable quan tity. In viow of tho groat hazard in handling theso liquids, ...

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. — 30 September 1886

vr. 1ITJNT. w hunt BTJNI-& CO., (Successor to J. A. WlVins), Planters' TIraproof Warehouse. General Commission Merchants, Dealers in GRAIN. BRAN, HAY iiud Turin Seeds, COAL, LIME, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. JTX.UKS and TITjES. Cotton and uthei conwenment oUciicI. Cali paid for om, bmc and all coun try l-rp-Iace. U&- Free city ddmar. Telephone con nection "St March 13, 1885. Cariston & Nash DEALKAJ IK JPUlB DEUGS AMD MEDICINES. A comploto stock of Tatent MoJidnos, Kice rorfiniior.es and Toilet Articles con tlantlr on band. The compounainR of PHYSICIAN'S rilKSCIUl"TION3 a specialty. Comer JVorth and Main St. Jircnlmin - - Texas. LUMBER! On hand a full stock of Uough and DrcMcd. DOORS, SASH, ETC. Caldwell laps, All Sizes. Cypress Cisterns. Iiipvei Bncteye Mowers. llarbert Wire Houston Brick, Lime, (Anient and Fire Brick. IF. -W. WOOD. Near Compress. .R1NGENER&BRQ DEI DS r JL -2- J-J Ch'iJJ Cure. Guaranteed to cure t"1""' """S Agr Malarial Fern, Dengue, Mious ""1 lut uiiUvnt Fin...

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. — 30 September 1886

"I , -!ii! ' AT .-J r met- K fm ftffJ&HfBb&V & I '0 VI If ,e Weekly Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Tlmrsday, September 30, 188G. It is now generally boliovod that crotary Manning will soon retire rom tho treasury dopartmont. The Banner, acknowledges tho rocoiptofa complimentary ticket lo tho Toxas Stato Fair, to bo hold at Pallas, Octohor 25 to 30, inclus ive p The Ilnntsvillo Item makes plea for tho nso of largor typo by tho great dailies, as typo in no caso should bo so small as to injnro tho eyes. W. G. Allen, of gouth Carolina, has been appointed by tho presi dent to tho United States consul at Fcidras .Ncgras, Mexico, vico E. D, Limo, rosigncd. The Taylor family is numerous; besides tho brothers, rival candi dates for governor of Tennessee, there aro two moro brothers do- Parlmont clerks at Washington. According to tbo San Angolo Entorpriso Jffiin Hancock is not a hog ho knows whon ho has got enough. Hancock has ovidently rotirod from tho senatorial race. It is stal...

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. — 30 September 1886

r Citv and County. Tde weather was very bot Mon day; 92 in tlio ihado. HI The stock of Geo. C. Meyers wcro levied on, lor a small amount, by attachment on Sanday last. Tae county canvass is beginning J t!ln ml nimltHfllnS 10 warm iiji a iiiuv, n v....-.. -- aro appearing befiu-o the people Tue Brazos Valloy railway right of-way commillco aro at work pro curing rigbt-of-w ay north ol mo Ycgaa. Hon. Q. iliLii will speak at In dependence on Thursday, October 14tb. Tbcro will bo a baskot uin licr. Tbo public generally is m- vitcd to attend. Tueek wn Ktpnblican meetings bcld at Folder's camp ground in tbo Whitman neighborhood, and also at ilcrlinjast night. Tbo boys Tvcro out with them. Bardeu's lano on tho Brcnham and Indcpendonco road is again in winter condition, i. o. impassable An export informs tbo Banneh that all that is needed is ditching so as to drain tho water from tho road. J1ji:or Moses Austin Bbtan and family havo movod from Indepon- to Brcnham and will in futuro make this ...

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. — 30 September 1886

Farm and Home. iltXW CUBE FOB HOG CHOLESt. Tho last nnmbcr of tbo Swine Ureedors' Journal contains a reme dy for tbo cnro of the hog cholera that- has been tested nearly ten years, but yet jnst published. It is endorsed by tbo ICoIvcr Bros., of BIoomiDgbnrR, Ohio, a brother of Dr. Salmon, V. S., of tho United Slates Agricultural Department, h. Krvin Parrott and other cclo bratod Olno breeders, as well as recommended editorially for trial, which is tho first timo wo remem ber that tho editors has sanctioned or rocommonded anything as a euro or provcnlalivo for cholera. This medicine being se cheap and coming so highly recommended wo immediately bought five ounces for twenty-fi vo cents and gavo it to AV. I). Dolano to test In his herd. Ho had lost thirty-fivo out.oi one hundred, and anxiously seized hold of anything thatcamoso well rocommonded. .Besides boing an intelligent breeder of hogs wo felt that be would mako a fair trial. Tho writer, J. II. Allen, of Wash ington, O. II., Ohio...

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. — 7 October 1886

W. T. OTrHT HUNT & CO., (Siux-oson to J. A. WiUunt, Planters' Fireproof Warehouse, General Coimssioi Mercians, Dealers in GRAIN. BRAN, HAY ami Farm Seeds, COAL, LIKE. CEMENT, FIREBRICK. lXATES and TILES. Cotton ami otliei coni'cntncnti solicited. Casl, pal J for corn, hides and all coun try produce. JSJ" Frco city delivery. Telephone con necdonS March 13, 1SS5. Carleton & Nash DEU.INJ IS- PIJR13 DRUGS AND- MEDICINES. A romplolo stock of Patent Medicines, Fire Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on band. Tho compoundinr; of PHYSICIAN'S FKESC1UPTIONS a specialty. Comer North and Main St. JBrcnliam - - Texas. LU DE-IK ! On hand a full stock of Kough and Dressed. DOORS, SASH, ETC. Calif ell fapns, All Sizes. Cypi ress Cisterns. Improvefl B&cfaye Mowers. Barbed Wire. Houston Brick, Llmo, (lenient and Firo Urick. JF. "W.. "WOOD. Near Compress. H.R1NGENER&BR0 DiULKKSLV EOorpiB, GEMS' PtRNISHM GOOD! BKENHA1T, TEXAS. Wo also tcoji on liand a full and complete stock of...

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. — 7 October 1886

"HE'JgflkLY Banner. BY RANKIN & LEVlN. Bnrsday, October 7, 18SG. Caw. Lawtov, tno officer who captured Gcronimo says that his surrender was entirely uncondi tional. "'"" -a m Isr-BEronE the opening oi railroads in Mexico tho prico of Amorican rotton was from 13 to 15 cents por pound. In consequents of this cotton growing was very profitable in Mexico. The Mexicans now complain that tho railway charges on American cotton aro so low as to discriminate against tho Mexi can cotton growor. An 1 Paso dispatch says a gang of Apache Indians aro again on tho war path. Thoy raided tho Cor- rolilas ranch in Chihuahua and drovaway twonty mules; tho In dians wero pursued to within nine ty miles ot El Paso and aro sup posed to have mado their cscapo into Now Mexico, whore thoy will likely bo heard from again. A joke is not always a joko. John Bobbins, a barber of Lafay ette, Ind., went into a bar-room that ho frequented and finding the barkeeper asloop, as ho snpposcd, thought ho wonld hido t...

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. — 7 October 1886

City and County. We need and must have more Tail roads. Ouu lumber merchants aro doing a good business, Tnrns will bo a Jest and ball at Pleasant Hill on the 24th inst. Sow: complaint of bad country roads. Aro theovorsocrs to blame? It. IIorFMANN lias a chango in his ad., and is offering some raro bar gains. Wnrw will tho streets of Bren hain bo lighted by cleclrie light or gas? Cotton need is now soiling nt $0.80 per ton and is coming in very Irooly. The Zionsvillo Schuoticn-Vc- reins will givo another fest on tho 17 tb inst. Thebe was a colorod festival and owl meeting at Camptown on Sat urday night. Cibcos. Tiittlo boys, save up yonr nicklos and dimes. Cole's circus is coming. Grass worms aro eating all the crab grass up in tbo William Pcnn neighborhood. Jviheh's steam candy factory is now turning out 500 pounds of candy por day. Dr. Rich'oy still has bo much to do that ho has again oxtended his tirao nntil Oct 11 On Saturday tho largest crowd of tiro season was in town. Retail 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. — 7 October 1886

Farm and Home. TcjajjEVrm and Ranch. rATTEHiuc noas. BiBiocniAa. ua tb6 economical fattening oi logs grain is ah essential part, and for rmttiDir swino in marketable condition no other gram can bo at all compared -with corn. Corn is a fat-produciDg food, henco is well used in tno lattoning ol any animal; and if tho result was only looked ut, corn might bo nscd ex clusively in tho fattoninir of hoes. or it would seem impossible to get a'hog too fat for market. Hut be canso all .farm animals nocd, like man, a variety of food, it is bad policy to feed only one articlo, no inattor how troll it may bo adopted toprodDcothorcsnlt'dcsircd. The hart to tho hog irora boing confined to ono articla of diet is quite marKea,, ocqanso tno nog is moro nearly omnivorous than is any other farm animal. It cats grain, grass, vogotablos, bogs, worms, and animal flesh. No matter what Lho articlo may be, if tho hog's Od is it alono, its health suffers; iq wis minry is all tbe ereatcr ion that one articlo ...

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. — 14 October 1886

V -f 3. w. nusx T & CO., Successor! lu J. A. VVJJns), Plantsrs' Fireproof Warehouse. General Commission lerciMts, Dealers in GRAIN. BUAN, HAY and rami Seeds, COAL, LIKE, CEMENT, FIREBRICK. FIAJ KS and TIL ISS. CoUod an 1 otbd consignment wlicileil. Caslt paid Tor oirn. hide and all coun try rwtocc. t&T Frco citj delivery. Telephone con necUon"a March 13, iSSj. Carleton & Nash III1UU IK PURE DRUGS AND MEDICINES. A complete stoeV of Patent Malicines, FlLO rorfumonca ana vni. mnwwv. stantlyon hantL. Tbo compoundins of PHYSICIAH'S 1'ItESCIUTTIONS a i penalty. Comer North and Main St. Urcnli.im - - Texas. E On lian.1 a full stock or Hough nd Dressed DOORS, SASH, ETC. Caliwell Wagons, All Sizes. Cypress Cisterns. Irapveil Bucteye Mowers. IJarlicd Wire Houston BrM, Lime, (lenient and Firo llrick. Bl "W. "WOOD. Xcar Compress. H.R1NGENER&BR0 SULKRSIX Boors, SHOES, GEMS' UnWfflG GOODS. BRENI1AM, TEXAS. Wo Uo k.n on Innd a full nml complete stock of Stiiplo and r'ancy aHOCERIBS...

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. — 14 October 1886

aijefefc" 9 .Y JOANNER. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. sday, October U.188C. Tbs San Angclo Entorpriso Blatca Jnat pooplo w&o lcavo their homes nnocottpicd for thirty days, ipoot collect for Joss by firo, un- jjtboy obtain tbo written con- at of tbo msoninco companies wth which thoy aro insured. This 33 - i fact not generally known. rnsSL Iionis Republican says Thcso aro tho halcyon days fortho political tradncor. Candidates seem to bo kept so busy nailing campaign lies that nobody has cith er time or attention to dovotc to politics. Oco good able-bodiod calcmniator seems to bo ablo to spread moro scandal in a day than tho avcrago candidato can catch np with in a vrcok. And tho sad part of tho affair lios in tho fact that tho calumny cast upon tbo Bepnblican ticket is not only as Sorted but proved. Sixteen thousand men usually employed in tho packing houses at tbo Chicago stock yards were out on a strike Monday. Tbo packers had a forco of four hundred of Pmkorton's detectives ont armed ...

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. — 14 October 1886

Ik City and County. Cotton continues to arrivo at a lively rate. Somb low poaches still in tho market. Scvekal cases of typhoid fever in tho city. All goods at Potter's cheaper than over ucluro. TnE city baby crop is unusually prolific this fall. TnE city is well supplied with fruits ofall kiDdfs. Coen is retailing from wagons at C5 cents per bushel. A rrw watermelons are still to be seen in tlio market. Wood merchants are doing a tolerably fair business. The Brcnham ico factory has closed down for tho season. The cotton compress is kept vory busy and is doing good work. .New residences aro being orecl cd in various parts of tho city. The slato election is just 19 days off) and don't you forget it. All tho candidates were expect ed at tho LaBahia feat Saturday. Shoes all reduced in prico. A Ludlow as cheap as $2,75, reduced from 83.50. C. A. Potter. KneionT "business on tho Santa To railway sooms to bo steadily on tho increase. Oon butchers aro now furnishing thoir patrons with fine...

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. — 14 October 1886

Farm and Home. FARM BOTES. As soon as tbo oars havo been takon from tbo swoot corn tbo alalks should bo cut up and fed to tbo cows in as green condition as possible Sheep will cat nearly all kinds ofweoas and may boraado todo good scrvico in somo fields. They should, howovcr, always bo given a focd of grain at night. Keep all tbo stickers that start from tho roots of trees removed. They not only mako tho trco nn sightly, but will injure lis growin. Ucmovo thorn early and often. Ono of thogroatcst drawbacks that now beginners in poultry rais ing bavo is tho desiroto crowd fifty into tbo space that half that num ber should occupy. It is now generally believed that a solntion of copcras is tho best remedy known for erapo rot. It is sprinklod frocly on tho ground around tbo vines' and on tbo leaves. An Indiana farmer advocates cut ting off part oHho'topsof potato vines when thov irrow too rank. and statcs'tnalho bas increased tho yield by so-doing. Grass socd sown on woll-pulvor- lzcd s...

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. — 21 October 1886

j. w. novR HUNT & CO., (Successor. !o J. A. WilVms?, Planters' Firsproof Warehouse. General Commission Merchants, Dealers in GRAIN. BRAN, HAY anil Furm Seeds, coal, lihe, cexent, FIREBRICK. JFXAJES and TI t, ES. Cotton n-1 "Ac- con vcnmtnU solicited. Cult paid for corn, hides and all coun try prMuce. tgjf Freo city deWry. Telephone con otcdonSX If arch 13, IS?!. Garleton & Nash -III1UU IK Ki PUTT'S DIUTGS AND MEDICINES. A complete stock of l'alent Medicines, Fice Perfumeries and Toilet Articles con stantly on hand. Tho compounding of PUYSICIAH'S rrSCKIPXIONS specialty. Corner North and Main St. Breuliam - - Texas. LUMBER! On hand a full stock of Kocih and Dressed. DOORS, SASH, ETC. Calflwell Wapas, All Sizes. Cypress Cisterns, Improve! B&cleye Mowers. Bnrbcil Wire, llonslon Jtrick, lilme, lmoni aim Firo Brick. IF. "W. WOOD. .Near Compress. H.RINGENER&BRO DRY GOODS! boo rs, SHOES, CENTS' luMSHlllK GOODS. JBRENtf AM, 'TEXAS. We also Wp on hand full and complete stock o...

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 October 1886

The Weekly Banner, BY RANKIN & LEVIN. Thursday, October 31, I88G. Tin Hontsvillo Itom is working llko a Trojan for tho Democratic ticket in Walker county. It says tho candidates aro not near as ac tive as th ey onght to bo. The liquor Scalers convention at Chicago passed resolutions in favor of temperance and good or der, bnt opposing prohibition in every form. Thoy will havo noth ing to do with politics. Catt. Black, counsel for tho con' victod anarchists, fools absolutely certain that they will never bo banged. Tho goneral opinion throughout tho country is, if thoy aro not hangod justice will havo been wrongod. Tnis Houston Herald seems to bo tbo organ of tho pooplo's ticket as opposed to tho regular Domo cratio tickot, and it oven goes so far that it objects to tho Demo cratic ozecutivo committoo raising a campaign fund. Giir. Bacon Mohtqomxry, of St. Josopb, Mo., was accidentally kill od at a mine owned by him in Presidio county, Texas. Mont gomery has anunonviablo history; ...

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 October 1886

!; City and County. SPEOIAIj notice. Parties knowing llicmsolvcs to bo milobtod to tho Weekly Ban neb for subscriptions will obligo ns by paying up. This is not a dun; it is simply a gontlo hint, a remain der, as it wore, that tbo monoy 'would bo acceptable. All llio candidates aro now "on tho go." Brenuam nanls a good hotel building. BREMlAMn.ints light eilhcrgas or cloctnc See advertisement of W. II. Avons place forsalo or rent. New hay is now making its ap pcaranco in tho market. Large quantities of cotton seed aro being marketed here. Attention is called to tho ad vorliscmont of W. II. Colbert, grocer. Politics nro running high, and tho success ot tho Pcoplo's ticket is assured. The courthouso squaro is now converted into a regular horsoand inulo mart. There is n ereat scarcity of cooks in tbo city. All gono to the cotton p.ilcb. Tiiere was halfadoicn political meetings held in as many placos in tho county Saturday. Tuesdat altornoon wo had two or threo sham showors, sufficient ...

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 October 1886

Farm and Home. Kill, THE WXED3. Tho Enranfew Yorker ays: In too msnv neighborhoods farmers have propared a bountiful crop of wcedr lor uoxi years sceuing. AltJngthoTOBds, In'old -strawberry pitches and potato Colds, in tbe Waste places back of tho houses, tbcro arc millions of wood seeds ripening at Jcisnro. "Weeds ard a curso. Wo arc tired Qf tbe charity which sDoke of them as "plants whoso virtues havo not been dis covered." Thoy are tho worst of all cnomics or Iegturaaie piani. i:rA . 4kA Ai l-nhhnrv in mttr. ' ...... tj , .. dor. it larmers wonia umj- j. - uu - bine against theso tramp weeds wbfch crowd into roadsides and olhor waste places, ihos escaping the cultivation wdicn is Dcsvoweo upon tho profitable parts of th'o farm, with tho determination with which" they combino against uloo- marcnno, tney couiajnaKo sona oroirress. Ihe fact that the weeds grow; and flourish upon land that coma not oe proniaDiy ompiojrcu in agriculture, leads many fanners to consider them comparativ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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