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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 3 April 1890

-- W I' ' 1 EAM Am GAfiDM. RESULTS OF THE LATEST INVES- TIGATIONS OF SWINE DISEASE. How Many Aro Deceived as to Cidney "Worm Triclilnro Contracted by nogs Eating tho Refuse of a Slaughter House. Practical Men Testify. G. Stuart &Son contribute to The Ohio Farmer some valuable suggestions gained by their experience with hogs. Practice they say has taught us the great neces- sity of being thoroughly posted in the symptoms in order to be able to prescribe treatment and cure. No. 1 in the illus- tration given herewith represents the symptoms of l.idney worms. Helmin- thology has taught us to see tho fallacy of many cases of kidney worms. The parasite supposed to cause the loss of power and to paralyze the muscles of the loins is not present in 1 per cent of the supposed cases. Furthermore there i3 not one person in one hundred that ever saw a kidney worm; microscopy alone can decide and determine the pres- ence of these parasites. The animal in the illustration was sup- posed to be ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 3 April 1890

- -wag v.. UVVbtatV ' LOCAL NEWS. IIoist Eldridse Hall. Notwithstanding tbe recent visit of tbe evangelists Messrs. Mulkey and Burnett to this city and the supposed backset which was given to the art Terpsichorean as a result of that visit the hop which was given on night before last at the hall of the Young Men's Social club com plimentary to Miss Alma Hemming daughter of Mr. C. C. Hemming of Gainesville a former citizen of Brenham and to Miss Julia Robert- son a prominent citizen of Waco was one of the most enjoyable events: among tne young society people which have transpired in many a week Notwithstanding tho exceed ing inclemency of the weather the hop was almost as brilliant a success in point of numbers as in other re- spects there being fourteen to twenty couples on the floor in addi- tion to spectators. The rain poured down in perfect torrents and of course to a certain extent had a tendency to keep 6ome away who had intended to go out. But those who did attend had but litt...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

- J- . I ; kf . VOLUME XXV". BBENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 10 1S90. DUMBER 15 "Ti " "Ntk il 1 "1&. T W Hf A IS ST IB b H k w II n xa ft tm RkRNHA VI I Jr Ik k i-J I $ STATE NEWS. The Waco artesian water dis- ilay has about fallen through. Several strangers hare recently fjeen prospecting around Floresville. It is reported that a new paper fs to be started at Sealy in a few lays. Sheepmen in the Eio Grande section have begun shearing their ' flocks. The ladies of Galveston have organized a society for the training r nurses. The Caldwell county teachers' "association is in favor of phonetic spelling. D. E. Sims of Paint Eock has stSrted a herd of sheep of 3000 cat- tle to Wyoming. The Texas Paper Mills company DhDallas capital stock S5000 has filed a charter. A reunion of Parson's Cavalry brigade is to be held at Weather- 'ford next August. ! The jury in the Kinch West case at Port Worth brought in a .verdict of not guilty. I Capt. W. C. Walsh declines to ;be a candidate for commis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

1 V The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY AXD WEEKLY.) "Weekly 52 a year in advance. Tfrms. Lesral and transient advcrtise- jaents uisertecfat one dollar per square of one men lor hrst insertion ana niij- cenis per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGEN'TS. Jons F. "Weibuscii Burton Texas. F. M. GRU-rrs- Lyons Teias. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. Entered as sei-onil class nutter at Post Oihcc "Well well they have female foot- pads in Chicago! Wonder if they will be doin business when the world's fair is held. Tux negro members of the Miss- issippi legislature recently presented the democratic speaker with a hand- some silver service. The season for the gentle April shower lias arrived and the showers are welcome so long as they assist vegetation and do not retard the fanners. The Austin Statesman has dis covered that there is a "jSow North" as well as a-"Xew South." A '-New North" there may be but a "New South'' th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

IjOCAL news The Central meat market and N. G. Heyman's store on Sandy street have just been treated to a coat of white paint and now look cool and ajy- Col. E. E. Lawther a former re- sident of this city aud who managed the farmers' co-operative store here was elected an alderman in tho city election at Dallas last Tuesday. - . The soda fountains are now doing a good business- and the icecream season is at hand. A colored man was peddling the cooling beverage around the streets yesterday. The name of the young man who shot Miss Addie Gentry at Sealy last week is Chas. Ruff. He has been arrested and will be tried in the county court at Bellviile for un- lawfully carrying a pistol. There Jwas a fight Saturday be- tween a young clerk in a store on the courthouse square and a colored bootblack. It was a kind of drawn battle but the darkey showed less inclination to quit than tho other party did. A woman from the country was seen -to go up to one of the beauti- ful pine trees in the nort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

f- . A' "The Weekly Banner. RANKIN Proprietor. P. GARRETT Editor. o. Thursday April 10 1890. The Corsicana Observer has come out in a now dress which is much closer-fitting and looks a great deal neater. The political cauldron has begun to sizzle at last and as the dog days wax will approach nearer the boiling point. One of the latest girlish devices .'is said to be a fancy for stuffing pil lows with their old love letters. An exchange says the pillows are sure to be soft. The New Birmingham Times calls the Cherokee Herald the "Weekly Hogg" because it devotes most of its space to boosting the attorney- general's gubernatorial aspirations. Mexia Iiedgeb: An English medi cal commission has been experiment ing as to the effects of tight lacing upon female monkeys. The monkeys 'clied. This is proof positive that the dear girls did not evolve from that source. That was quite a flop in the muni- cipal election at Milwaukee the other day. The democratic candidate for mayor received a major...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

V 1 r.' . v LOCAL NEWS The shrubbery out at the city cemetery is now looking lovely. Dewbebeies will soon be ripe. There are millions of them out at the cemetery. It is said that a singlo merchant inBrenham sold 180000 worth of boer last year. Mks. Mabv Meyer and a family of eight children from Wesley left on Monday for Monmouth Minnesota. The gardens are now looking in splendid condition. They were not as badly hurt by the freeze as was thought. The Kosedale Nurseries at pres- ent have thirty-five live men out canvassing for orders. These men go all over the state and are a travel ing advertisement for Brenham: AS ELOQUENT THIJUfTE. At the ladies' prize-shooting at the Germania park on Sunday after- noon Mrs. Albert "Werner won first prize Mrs. L. Durr second prize Miss Langhammer third prize and Miss Sophie Braun of Galveston fourth prize. Mb. Harry. Tract state lecturer of the farmers' alliance arrived in the city on Mondoy and pursuant to announcement addressed the Washington co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

rm -M-inimiiniii imiT fnirrMniiifiMiiwiw rm HMiiiiTwiiJJ1miTiflmMit.il n The Weekly Banner. J. G RANKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. GABKETT Editor Thursday April 10 1830 TheButceic is in lecOip: of HoubIoii Ages tlie first with which the office has been favored in sis weeks. Sam Jones gathered in eight hun- dred converts and three thousand dollars as the result of his labors at the Fort. Tun Now Toik Press says that Prince Bismarck's resignation had a string tied lo it and that Emperor "William cut it. Hon. Josatha Lase of Fayette promulgates his candidacy for the lieutenant-governorship through the columns of the Galveston Nous. The yankee forever! Two Con necticut girls have just fought a fight to the finish with bare knuckles for the affections of a young man. Mr. "Washington Duke the wealthy tobacconist of Durham North Caro- lina has recently made a gift of $85 090 to the Trinity Methodist college in that state. It will no longer be fashionable for defaulting bank cashiers swin. dlers ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

k EAEM AND GARDEN. V.1TH PRACTICAL NOTES ON OR- CHARDS AND LIVE STOCK. Surprising Number and Taricty of tho Llttlo Tilings TOUch. Make or Mar an Orchard Orchards In Cold Valleys. Stock Notes. Wo furnished to the public many jears ago a full statement of many in- stances in which crops of half tender fruits such 33 peaches and nectarines were destroyed by the frosts cf winter when planted in sheltered valleys while those on exposed hills escaped. The soil was rich in the valleys and favorable to tho free growth of the trees; and shel- tered from the bleak winds of elevated grounds they were erroneously supposed by some persons to be safer there than on more exposed localities. Tho cold air on sharp winter nights made heavier by the exposure rolled down the sides of the valleys and filled the bottom with a lake of cold air while warmer air remained above. The accompanying figure represents this result distinctly. We havo known a difference iu sixty feet of altitude to make all the dif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 10 April 1890

wtwGfrJttwtywi LOCAL NEWS. Funeral or Mr. IipMomb. The friends of Mr. A. E. Lips- comb whoso death was chronicled in "Wednesday morning's paper state that the Basses was mistaken in stating that the deceased's mind was affected or impaired at all at the time of his death. He was known by oil of his friends and acquain- tances as a very fine business man and as a man of splendid judgment and there was no indication of his faculties being in anywise impaired up to the time of his death. The funeral of the deceased took place at Good Hope church on Tuesday evening. Abner E. Lipscomb was aged about G7 years. He was born in South Carolina moved to Alabama where he married Miss Mary Shivers a sister of Mrs. M. S. Eddins of this city and from Alabama moved to Texas. He had. three brothers. One of them Dr. Albert Lipscomb was a member of the Texas legisla ture. Dr. Jas. L. Lipscomb is a phjsician at Crockett. The third brother Joe Lipscomb lives in Ala- bama. He" had two sisters Mrs "Westbr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Office Low Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at PostofHce. Breuham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 17 1S90. NTTMBER 16 STATE NEWS I A boating and fishing club has J been organized at Waco. A planing mill is one of the new mprovements at Lufkin. A -noTO Rnnficf. fTmivOi 1ms lipp.n irected at Meridan and dedicated. j The county jail is so crowded at Paris that twelve prisoners had to be sent to Bonhain. j H. D. McDonald of Paris open- sd his campaign for Governor at ? Bonham on Saturday. The governor has received an i Implication for the appointment of . assistant attorney-general. y A branch building and loan as sociation nas oeen organized at jMason with 200 shares taken. j The state treasury is filling up with money on school land sales and luteieat payments on county bonds. ' The bottom of the lower Trinity river was flooded last week and in some parts the water was ten feet deep. Clint Thompson died...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

I- 3p The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAXLT AXD WEEELT.) "Weekly 82 s. year in advance. Terms. Legal and transient advertise- ments inserted at one dollar per tquare of one inch for first insertion and fifty cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. '. Jous F. "Weibusch Burton Texas. F. M. Gmffec Lyons Teias. Jo MiKtSKl Wesley Texas. Entered as second class matter at Ton OHce Hexrt George is lecturing on Lis pet theories down in Xew South "Wales and is drawing large crowds. The prohibs propose mixing in Texas politics again this year. "Well if they want to have then- littlo by. play side-show what's the harm in it and who cares? The sentiment is rapidly growing in favor of making the payment of a poll-tax a prerequisite to voting. It is theonly way the poll-tax can over be collected from non-property owners. An expedition is being fitted up in Copenhagen to explore the coast and interior of Greenland...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

i LOCAL JSTBWS Mn. E. Rouse the painter will build an addition to bis residence. Capt. T. C. Clay bas generously donated S25 to tbo Confederate Home. Cobx bas been chopped out and plowed tbe first time on most of tbe farms. The Brenham Field Artillery now lias two detachments drilling reg- ularly. Deputy Clerk Krug reports tbat tbe number of crop mortgages so far filed this year is nothing like as large as last year. Real estate in Brenham is cheaper and more underestimated than in .any other town in the state. The same is true of the population. The public schools will close one week later this year than last owing to the delay in opening caused by having to wait on the plasterers. The society people will be de- lighted' to know tbat Misses Robert- son and Hemming will remain over in tbe city until after the coming maifest. Nothtxg was done in the district court on Thursday. The case of Dwyer vs. Santa Fe railroad was continued. The Judge fias not ren- dered his decision yet in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

-- - The Weekly Banner. J. G KANKIX Proprietor. O. n. P. GARKETT Editor. Thursday April 17 1890. The Cuban papers are redhot in their advocacy of the annexation oi that island to the "United States. Theke is a movement on foot to establish a confederate home in Mis- souri and it is said to bo receiriug generous encouragement from both l)lue and grey veterans. There aro 1S3 cemeteries in Phil- adelphia. No wonder that grass grows up in the streets and that it 13 such a nice quiet and retired town for poultry-raising. The murder of Col. James Speed a prominent stockman of Frio coun- ty should be speedily avenged. He was foully dealt with for daring to lend his aid in maintaining law and order. Since the resignation of Prince Bismarck as chancellor of the Ger- man empire the policy of the gov- ernment is favorable rather than un- favorable to the Jesuits and a large number of them in this country and elsewhere are making arrangements to return. The Houston Tribune accounts for an omiss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

unsa223xMtM v-a . tf t r LOCAL NEWS Te Oddfellows of this city will have their street parade on the 2Gth instant. Mb. S. A. Morriss says that he has been revelling in Irish potatoes for a week. Eaddishes mustard lettuce and some other vegetables have found the way on the tables. Me. Tom Evans says that some of the farmers around "Washington will have to plant their corn over. Me. E. G. Langhammer the popu- lar county assessor entertained a number of his friends at a birthday gathering on Sunday evening. Miss Hallie Betas reports that nearly 150 has been realized from the play on Saturday night for the benefit of the Confederate Home. Quite a number of farmers from the Washington and Graball neigh- borhoods were in the city on Mon- day as witnesses in the Kellum mur- der case. Ma. Ehleet a young man living with Mr. August Voss was lacked in the mouth by a fiery horse two or three days 8go and lost some of his teeth. Jim Christian colored who has been in jail on a charge of disposing ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

ji vj The Weekly Banner. J. G. BANKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. GARRETT. Editor. Thursday April 17 1890. Tns "Waco Dav is without excep- tiou the prettiest paper published in the broad limits of Texas. Poor old Dom Pedro is said to be a mental vreck. Since lie was de prived of his throne he has become possessed of the idea that he is to die in poverty and abject want. The citizens of Bremham are Ret- ting together at last and as a result better times may be expected speed- ily. There is nothing like unity and harmony of action in building up a town and securing.prosperity. The Iowa republicans dare not shake off prohibition. The bill pro- viding for high license was defeated the other day. In the Hawkeye state the republican party is the tail of the prohibition kite and cannot afford to break faith with the pro- hibs. i In the Montana contested sena- torial election cases the republicans confessed the weakness of their side in the arguments by deserting the senate chamber in a body almos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

R EARM AND GARDEN. POINTS OF INTEREST TO LARGE AND SMALL CULTIVATORS. Hereford Cattle A Slatted Potato IIoi. I'olnts on tlio Breed From Man of Wide Experience The Xrize Bull Figaro Described and Ilio&trnted. The Hereford breed has always been held in high estimation as a grazing ani- mal by British stockmen and lias a fore- most place among the English beef breeds. The present popularity in Eng- land of the Hereford cattle is due in part at least to the improvements brought about in this breed by the Royal Agri- cultural society Tliis organization of late ye.irs has. by virtue of prizes offered and the high sale prices accruing from these brought about some magnificent displays of Herefords notably in 1884. While the Herefords have been known in this country for the last half century it is only of lato years that they have been recognized among the foremost of beef breeds in the United States and been bred pure. A great impetus was given to the Herefords in 1883 by the winning o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 April 1890

II ;v LOCAL NEWS. Several days ago a fine mule was stolen from Mr. Schawe a farmer residing four miles south of this city. Constable Prank Gill of tbe Chappell Hill Jprecinct who vras in the city yesterday reported that he found the mule last Saturday night in the possession of Joe Toland near Chappell Hill and the theft of the mule was traced to June Frazier the notorious negro horsethief who is al ready in the county iail on other charges of theft. The mule was re- stored to the owner. The young people out at Indepen- dence are arranging to present an amateur dramatic entertainment at an early date for the benefit of the Jefferson Davis monument fund. The entertainment will be presented in this city. Miss Anna Seward who is managing the affair was in. the city yesterday and secured the opera house for the purpose from Mr. Simon. The exact date on which the play will be presented has not yet been decided but it will be soon. Theee were some very fine straw berries on the market yes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 24 April 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Office Low Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Pohtofiice Brenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 24 1890. NUMBER 17 STATE NEWS. The Belton fire department had a picnic on San Jacinto day. T?f!Tinrt.H of bountiful rains from f.1 Woef Tot-oo onnfinnn f.n-nnnr in. Bonham is to have a handsome ' little opera house at a cost of $10- 000. The colored Methodists at M;l- lican are building a handsome chuich edifice. The Llano Brick and Lumber company with a capital stock of $50- 000 has been chartered. The San Marcos firemen ob- served San Jacinto ' day by going on an excursion to Austin. A supper given by the ladies of Palestine for the benefit of the Pres- " bytenan church netted $150. A stock company has been or- ganized at Yoakum for the purpose -. of starting another -weekly paper. Chas. Gates an actor in a varie- ty show at Houston broke his arm while turning a back summersault. A call for a meeting of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 24 April 1890

n:T:vT'7i!ywjy.vrTJ.Ttu The Brenham Banner. (published daily axd weekly.) Weekly 82 a year in advance. Terms. Legal and transient advertise- ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion and fitly cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Torn." F. Weibusch Burton Texas. F. JI. Griffix Lyons Teias. Jo JIikeski Wesley Texas. The McKinley tariff '-reduction'' bill increases the revenues fully twelve million dollars. The majority and minority reports of vlie ways and means committee on the tariff have been presented. Fort "Worth too has made a movement to organize a chamber of commerce. That was a good example- Brenham set. The last issue of the Scientific American contained a number of fine illustrations and cuts of the cyclone- swept portions of Louisville Ky. HI ' The Tyler Democrat and Reporter speaks of H: D. McDougal's candi- dacy for governor. Such is fame. Mr. McDonald...

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