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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 May 1890

yp1"-3-3''' FAM AND GARDEN j INFORMATION BASED ON EXPERIENCE AND OBSERVATION. Ophthalmia lu Sheep Some or the Causes of Tliis Inflammation of the Ejes with Directions for Its Prevention nnd Cure. Henry Stewart excellent authority in all matters pertaining to sheep husband- ry contributes in a recent issuo of Ru- ral New Yorker some valuable informa- tion concerning tho inflammation of tho eyes yith resulting loss of sight a fre- quent diaeass in sheep during the win- ter season. This disease which is con- tagious mostly has its beginning in the fall when the sheep are pastured upon stubble. The stiff short straws come in contact with the eyes wounding and irritating them and causing the inflam- mation w hich unallayed by any cura- tive measures pioceeds to suppuration and a secretion of diseased pus which is .left on the feeding racks or other places and is thuscommunicated to tho other sheep. The pain from this mtense inflamma- tion is very great and seriously disturbs the health o...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 May 1890

3 V"3" "'" TS? K-1" tiTTrj; XT-icuzsssircxEczcizn: i jr'AiJ-fT LOCAL KEWS. The Basses puoiioued an account two or throe days ago of tue finding of a riderless horse with a addle 0:1 at che Brazos bridge on toe Mont- goinery branch of the Santa Fe road and of thb finding of the dead body of the supposed ov.'nei of the hoise who was taLi'ii to Clay station and buried Sunday evening without hav- ing been identified. It is since learned that the unfortunate victim was one Hermann Schaeffer a tailor of Fort Worth whose folks reside in Houston. Through traffic on the Austin branch of the Central road is still suspended. Tickets are sold no further east than Chappell Hill and it will probably be two or three days yet before through communication is established while it will be fully a week longer before night trains are resumed. The passenger train ran down to Chappell Hill from Brenham at 8 o'clock yesterday morning and passed through west- bound at the usual time. The train from Austin w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

BRENHAM WF.R1TT .Y RAMMPTR . ja-x jljl Office Low Building corner Sandy anil St. Charles Streets. Entered at Pobtofhce Breuliam Texas as oeond class matter. YOLTTME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY MAT lo; 1S90. NUMBER 20 .1 JL s JL J JL STATE NEWS The public schools at Laredo have cii s ed or the season. The Au .tin street railway lines me to be extended several miles. The sic 'o firemen's convention will meet at Palestine on the 14th j.-ta.it. The l'dies of Victoria have formed a Confederate Home asso- . ciation. The Port Worth spring palace ii opened en Saturday and was visited f Tyby about 4 '00 people. Tho r ate dental association which has 'een in session at Beltou iias adjoined. Br. T) ylor. a painter fell from the top c a ladder at Waco and wrs fa a" injured. At Odlfellows lodge will prob- ably be organized at Floresville within a few weeks. A r.il tary company has been crganL. d i-t Gonzales with Dr. W. H. Eckart s captain. Corn and oats are doing well rarouud Sal ido except tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

The Brenham Banner. (PDBLISUED DAILY AJTD WEEKLY.) "Weekly S2 s. year in advance. Te"s. T..i1 and transient advertise- msnte inserted at ono dollar per square of one inch for first insertion and fiity cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Joiix F. "Weibusch Burton Texas. F. il. Gbiffix Lyons Texas. Jo JIiKKSKl Wesley Texas. Buffalo Bill . is still making Rome howl and piling on agony in the old country. It is said he has uurchased a home in Naples once owned byKingBomba. The Now Orleans Picayune says that patriots nover saved a country for the nurooso of robbing it- No reference to the Grand Army of Ee publican bums and deserters in that. In New York last week a little girl named Annie Dooley jumped a rope 200 times on a wager for candy and as she finished she fell in con vulsions on the floor and soon ex- pired. The New York Star favors the Australian ballot system provided it is supplemented w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. J. R. Robertson is hereby announced as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county subject to tho action of the county demo- cratic convention. I1OGA.L JSTEWS A Slight Accident. 33d Blackburn and E. A. Frank- lin met up with a little acccident on Thursday wliicn nugnt nave naa a more serious termination than it did. They had been to the Eosedale Nurseries with a two-horse wagon after evergreens with which to deco- Tnto Una micen's stand for the mar fest and were returning. Besides themselves tne colored uootDiacK Jabe Johnson was in the wagon flnnnoifo Pnl. fMdincs' residence the breastyoke became disengaged irom tne tongue 01 me wagon uuu the lines in some way became wrimnsii nround the latter and held it up. This produced a heavy strain on tne bits ana matte tne norses De- come somewhat fractious. To add to the series of embarrassments they were on slanting ground and fhfi w.irrnn moved forward of its own momentum crowding against the heels of tho hors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

-"- .- r-- " - .-t 'I UJ1IJ'IWHIIIJ..3SEta3G5Bagg The Weekly Banner. J. O RANKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. GAKKETT. Editor. Thursday May 15 1890. Cipt. Joe Mms proprietor of tlio Gainesville Hesperian was killed last week by a tramp printer. The Colorado Citizen makes the assertion that evGov. Ireland will be a candidate for congress against Judge Moore. La Geippe disappeared some time ago but the newspapers are still making occassional leference to it as ''the la giippe." Bito. Baetow of the Victoria Advo- cate says that after perusing the editorial columns of the Austin Statesman he feels like he has been to bed with an Egyptian mummy. The roporter who sent the Galves- ton News that dispatch about a wagon train being swallowed up and carried off in a cyclone deserves to be promoted for his extraordinary exertion. The reform movement inaugurated among the women several months ago in the matter of horseback rid- ing and in favor of riding astride doesn't seen to be making a great deal of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

? f - JLQCAL NEWS. The big fest and dance out Fritz Harms' pasture on Sunday will no doubt bo largely attended from town. Thebe trill be a big prize-shoot at Burton on the 20th under the aus- picies of the gun club of that place and several sportsmen are expected to attend from a distance. It is said that a certain fruit man has a contract to sell his peaches to Kiber this year at six cents apiece. Collector Sam Schlenker says that he hasn't a single peach on his place. The Baxxeb is informed that an entertainment given at the Chappell Hill Female collego on "Wednesday evening for the benefit of the con- federate home at Austin brought in a little over seventv-five dollars. Me. L. B. Stockbeige says that in case the new railroad is built he will grant the right-of way through his property free and donate five acres of ground on which to erect the machine shops. Mabiox Willtxgham who was reared in this county and whose parents reside in the postoaks was killed a few days ago in Burle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

SWJ&Baaotttsattcttftrf The Weekly Banner. J. G O. H. RANKIN Proprietor. J. GAKKETT. JMItor. Tlrarsflay Xay 15 1890. The international has been defeated well that it was. copyright bill It is perhaps The bill to admit TJlah and New Mexico into the union has been fa- vorably reported by the house committee. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch re- fers to an esteemed contemporary as a "sway-backed spindle-shanked colt of journalism." The prospects are not very bril liant at the present outlook for dark horses standing any show in the race for governor or lieutenant governor. i in The elevation of Hon. John G. Carlisle to the United States senate would be a great loss to the house and a considerable blow to the de- mocracy in that body. And yet no- body can say that he ought not to accept the honor. There seems to be considerable dissatisfaction locally with the place the citizens of San Antonio have chosen in which to entertain the state convention. The hall adjoins a second-class saloon w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

i twin '?" "' - -uma PfaMMfcJAJlA.TLJUrTftTTACgHI3USapreCBCn Slj1 . JJk.isJnrt'fc.WA-L -iiiWSaUXmSSSlSlXXHSSTi. I'm lK im iri..min...l.tl. - A SLATTED POTATO BOX. Sometht& a little Cheaper and Perhaps a IJttlo Better. In the manufacture of the one piece sections vre have pieces of basswood left that "will not make sections on account of bad color unsightly knots checks etc in such quantity that wo Bell dur- ing the busy season from three to four wagon loads of this kind of wood for kindling almost every day. For years A RACE DOWN A TRAMWAY. POTATO BOS MADE OF SLATS. -we have been puzzling our hnins to find some use for these refuse piejiis of bass- wood but nothing has come up to indi- cate a use for more than a very small part of them until just now. A few days ago Mr. Warner the foreman of our woodworking machinery submitted a potato box made entirely of these refuse strins of hnsswnnd. with tlin pr. ception of the end pieces. We give you a picture of it below. Perhaps I might...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 15 May 1890

LOCAL NEWS. A family of Moraians named Baseda from Austiia t1io lived in this county for some time sold out their possessions Ibiee or four years ago and returned to Austria. They arrived in Jtirenhatn again yesterday. Tney say that thoy have come to stay and that there is no place any where liLo Washington county. $100 Reward. $100 Tho readers of tho Banner vill bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been ablo to cure in all Us stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positivo cure now known to the medical fraternity oatarrn being a constitutional disease. r& ouires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken inter nally acting diiectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease and giving tho patient strength by building up tho constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors haveso much faith in its curative powers that they offer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Ofi-ice Low Building corner Sandygsind St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffiee Brenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 22 1S90. NUMBER 21 k STATE NEWS- A board of trade Las been or- ganized at Tyler. The public schools at Halletts ville closed for the year on last Fri day. The tot?' valuation of taxable wealth in Bee county is nearly S2- 500000. Seventy-nine carloads of cattle Jiave recently been shipped from Gordon. YEke foundation of the new court- Se at Columbus is to be raised za foot higher. The 3on county democratic convention has instructed for Hogg far governor. The street laborers at "Waco to the number of nearly three hundred are out on a strike. E. E. lager editor of the "Waxahachi Enterprise died last week of co-isumption. The acreage of cotton planted in Dewitt county this year has been considerably increased. In a difficulty between a farmer And cowboy near Vernon the- cow boy was stabbed in the neck. A loa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

r" ".Tt'.;."j-'-l.iv;ii' i." The Brenham Banner. (PtTBHSUKD DAILT AMJ TvrEKLY.) "Weekly ?2 a year in advance. Tr5T.iMl nnrt transient ndveriise- jiieiits inserteifat one dollar per square of one incji for hrst insertion ana nny cenu per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. ' OUR AGENTS. Joror F. "Weibusch Burton Texas. F. M. -Griffix Lyons Teras. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. Oke day Senator JlcDonalU ap pears to have withdrawn from the race for governor and the nest day to have re-entered again. The Tyler Democrat and Eeporter eeems to havo only one paper on its cschango list. At any rate the greater portion of its editorial space is devoted to extracts from a single paper. An eschango says: "The town of Eos well Lincoln county Newlfexico is 21G miles from any railroad. No other place in the United States can say as much." What about Sitka Alaska? The Ccrsicana Light advertises for an editor. Here is a chance for somo o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOE SHERIFF. J. R. Robertson is hereby announced as a candidate for Sheriff of "Washington county subject to tho action of the county demo- cratic convention. LOCAL JSTEWS May not Atteml the Drill. At a meeting of the Brenham light Guard held 011 Friday even ing the question of attending the state encampment at San Antonio on July 7th came up. for action. After some discussion on the sub- ject the matter was passed over for final action nest Friday evening. The undercurrent of opinion is that the company will not attend the en- campment. The older members of the company who have borne the heat and burden of the day and brought home three prizes out of four drills the-company attended are .not disposed to go. To attempt a Krill with all new members would be hazardous narticularly as the Light Guarfl boys would have all to lose and nothing to gain standing as thev do at the head of the list. Tne companies from Austin Dallas "Waco San Antonio and Galveston that were defe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

'(Pr The Weekly Banner. J. G. RANKIN Proprietor. O. n. V. GAKKKTT. Editor. Thursday May 22 1890. Rev. Sam Small is a candidate for the legislature in Georgia on the prohibition ticket. Isx't it rather funny that since Throckmorton's withdrawal from the race the Throckmorton clubs" are op- posing Hogg ? Tux Seymour Sun Vol. 1 No. 1 Las made its appearance in the Bax- neb sanctum. It is edited and managed bv G. 31. Magill. The Terrell Star says that the op ponents of Attorney-General Hogg are hard up when they bring out R. M. Hall for governor. It does .seeni so. The New Delta is the title of a new and spicy afternoon paper which lias made itsappearance in the Cres cent city and which comes to us for an exchange. THEjSavasota Tablet says that "if Mr. Hogg is elected he will be the first native born governor Texas has had." If he is a born governor what's the use to elect him? ' Hox. John Carlisle has been elected to fill the vacancy in the United States senate from Kentucky. Ho will n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

w LOCAL NEWS. The oat crop has and is looking well. begun to head The crowd which went out to Mill creek Saturday evening had traditional good luck. TV. H. MuRrnr is having some in- terior decorations placed in his Merchants' Exchange saloon. Eight children were confirmed in the German Methodist church at Brenhain Prairie on Sunday. Lokis Korf received a lot of beef cattle on Monday from across the Yegua. near Deanville in Burleson county. A prominent planter from Little luver doiiuui iuuiuu cuuulj m m the city on Sunday in search of cot ton choppers. Rev. J. Armstbong. castor of the Methodist church at Chappell Hill is in Bellville assisting in carrying on a protracted meeting. Mb. Albert Werner will move back in a few weeks to his old stand below the opera house which is be ing overhauled and repaired. Mn. Bryant Daughtret left Mon- day for Brenham to accept the posi- tion of engineer in the ice factory at that place. Bellville Times. There were no funds on hand Saturday to pay of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

V arttwtfcn wwuocewwaflftCTnnLitjpjwai Dr. Hartman A Lecturer on the Theory a::d Practice of -Uettlcme. The Success or u I-mious I'hysiciaii Ex- llninel. The Science of SJHcine 3Zc.licnIoii Simplified. Hope for the Victlins of Coi;imii:toii Bright Disease Iysiiei!a Constipa- tion Scrofula Catarrh Etc. Dr. S. B. Hartman a n:ime that has be come a household word throughout the State of Texas by virtue of the many remarkable cures wrought by him while stopping at Dal- las Fort Worth Austin Waco Houston Galveston and Sari Anton o and aiterward at all of the principal cities ot Jthe State of Texas. He will return to Columbus Ohio in time to -superintend the opening ol his magnitj cent palatial building nearly nnisnea De occupied dv tne aureical ana Meaicai Association of Columbus of which the doc tor is president and chiet surceon. The doctor will take with him the best'wishes of hundreds who have been cirredoi some here tofore incurable disease. 'UftymJtavo be- hind him throughout tnflw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

' . . .i. wwTyw-t i i-i-rrmjyvi" -iifc.a.''jrlg.aTrarLiijgcvirgi-KAja WORSE THAN BOILING OIL. The Awful Itevenco Which a New York 'Woman Inflicted Upon Her Enemy. Two fashionably aliired women en- tered an elevated train and began talk- ing about a third person who was evi- dently rather obnoxious to them both. The conversation which was conduct- ed in tones loud enough to be heard some distance away discovered a spe- cies of revenge which no one but a woman could think of much less put into practice. "She's a hateful thing" quoth sho of the shiny black hat. "Very" assented the one iu the new spring Ixjunet. "I never could un- derstand how you ever mked her to vour house." " -'I had an object in doing so you may Le sure. You remember tiiose lovely portieres ray uncle brought me from Persia? Well she fell dead in lovo with them at tirst sight. I knew sho would because of course she never owned anything half so nice. I knew then that my moment of rovonge was at hand. I pretended that ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 22 May 1890

$ i mymJ'm "mg-qrS' '-.TatV1 - UM.-VA LOCAL NEWS. The trustees of the public schools had a meeting late Tuesday after noon. Besides attending to routine business they prepared a petition to the city council asking that some provision be made to pay off the teachers their salaries for last month. It is understood that the mayor and council have already made provision to borrow a thousand dollars to pay the teachers. Two square. cottages near courthouse Apply to Mes. Babeb. Old lo cabin whiskey 10 years old; guaranteed age and purity. Full quart bottles. Jacob & Eldridge. Mb. Hesky Cohn treasurer of Mispah lodge Knights and Ladies of Honor is in receipt of a check for one thousand dollars payable to the widow of the late Hugh M. Lewis that being the amount of insurance on his life in the order. For Oat Meal Pearl Wheat Nu- devene Flakos Tapioca? jCorn Starch Thurbers Extracts Spices Doz.;er Crackers Cakes and Jellies. Go to Sloan & Hodde. .A colobed man whose name was not lear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

"W BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Office Low Building comer Sandygand St. Charles Streets. Entered :it Pobtoffice Brenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 29 1890. NUMBER 22 STATE KKWB. The Jefferson firemen are try- ing to arrange for a big picnic on the fourth of July. Tom Cateswasbittenbya snake at Mclvinney and it took all night 70rk to save him. Over one hundred and fifty new huildings"are said to be in course of construction at Abilene. Fourteen turtles weighing five thousand pounds were shipped from i.u.7.iiT. to uuivestuu. finn hundred thousand nounds of wool were placed in warehouses at Abilene on Saturday. . Hon. Sf th Shepard says that he will not bo h candidate for governor under any c nsideration. .4i ent rtainment was held at Cuero one night last week for the bereft of the Catholic church. i buig ar entered the residence of W. H. ILeinwith at Hillsboro and stole a vatcn and $25 in cash. Albany Shackleford county ex- pects to market and ship ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

V V v . ?& TMgJJMru - mJW' - ii - The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY XSD WEEKLY.) Weekly 2 a year in advance. Tmus. lsral and transient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion and nity cems per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUK AGENTS. Joax- F. "WEim7i.cn Burton Texas. F. II. Griffin Lyons Teias. Jo JIikeski Wesley Texas. It is claimed that there are several republicans in George Clark's non- partisan business men's club at Waco. There is a big disk of '-bilod crow" in store for the Galveston News and a few other would-be governor-makers among the press. The counties continue to instruct for Hogg. Harrison county is one of the latest. It also declares its preference for Col. BuckKilgore. Dn. Douglas the physician who attended Gen. Grant in his last sickness is now poor -and is a pa- tient in one of the New York hospit- als. The republicans in the national liouse...

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