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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

r ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOE SHERIFF. J. R. Robertson is hereby announced as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the county demo- cratic convention. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is authorized to announce Beauregard Bryan as a candidate for dis- trict attorney of the 21st Judicial dislr ct subjec to the action of District Democratic county convention. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Albert Werner has a force of nine men at work at present in his cigar factory and wants ten more. It is proving a big institu- tion for Brenham. Hermann Schtll a lad who works at W. F. Cortes' bottling works had his left hand severely cut on Wed- nesday evening by a bottle bursting while holding it in his hand. A number of little folks ranging from ten to twelve years of age had a party on Friday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Harrison on West Main street. .- The Light. Guard brass band practising as diligently as it did be- forethe maifest. The band has se cured 'the contrac...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

i.juza.iam3 "The Weekly Banner. J. G. KANKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. GARRETT Editor. Thursday 3Ioy 2f 1890. HELLO THERE ! How are you supplied with reading mat ter for the present c?mpaign ? Do you want to keep posted? If so send $1.35 and get the WceHy Eanner until January 1st ISf'O and the Dallas WeeUy News a 12-page pa per until Dec. 1st ISOO. Now is the Umo to suhscrihe. Be quick about it. A blind man will be able to read the ticket after the convention meets at San Antonio. It will be Hogg and Pendleton. The Victoria Advocate asks: "Is George Clark going to take the stump.' To which the Beltoc Jour- nal replies that he will take a tree. The Belton Journal suggests that the reason McDonald didn't state why he withdrew from the race was probably because he was too glad to et out alive. The anti-commissionists are a badly demoralized and rattled lot. It is said that they have been writ hing and telegraphing to Bon. R. Q. Mills trying to get him to enter the race for governor. Bill Sn...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

H ' . LOCAL JSIEWS. Boasting ears are beginning to come into market. Cons has taken a rise up to seventy cents a bushel. The county commissioners court will meet as a board of equalization on next Monday. i Bob "Weight presented the Banner on Sunday with some okra pods nearlv a foot long. Several parties passed through the city on Sunday from Independ- ence en route to Eagle Lake. The case of Yoss vs. Bassett ap- pealed to- tho supremo court from Washington county has been affirm- ed. Sir. and Mrs. E. K. Felder return ed Sunday evening from Fort Worth where they have been visiting the spring palace. Mb. Fritz Lindemann a farmer out on the William Penn road was presented by his wife with a little daughter on Monday! Dr. B. P. Curry had a horse killed on tho Central railroad track near the compress on Friday night by a passing locomotive. The fest at George Macham's out beyond Palm's was not largely at- tended on Sunday afternoon owing to the dampness of the atmosphere. A number of Br...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

The Weekly Banner. J. G. ItAXKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. GARRETT. Editor. TlmrscL-ty Say 20 1890. TnEpcopleof Chicago have already began agitating the question of clos- ing the world's fair on Sundays. The STarlin Ball knows bow todie figbting game and to say something pleasant to the enemy at the same time. The Cleburne Chronicle says that "McDonald does not state whether he retired from tho race for governor in good health or not." hi The people of Georgia bare bad a railroad commission for the past ten years. And they are just now learn- ing from the anti-railway commission orators and advocates in Texas that It is a stupendous failure. When Geo. Clark mado a vicious attack on one Grover Cleveland sev- eral months ago a great many of bis acquaintances became skeptical about the genuineness of his (Clark's) democracy. And now that be is ad vocating the organization of non partisan clubs he is more than ever an ojecfc of suspicion. Skce Throckmorton and McDon- all have performed the D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

The Sematlon or Ilanslas. LordPonsonbr whotvas hanged by a mob in Paris in 1701 and cut down "before life was extinct proceeded to give an account of his sensations on re- turning to consciousness. He could not have actually been suspended in mid air more than a few secontb and yet in that brief space of time all the events of his past life passed through his inh:d. It is true that his life up to that date had not been a very) event- ful one being only 10 years of age; but every past sensation was renew od in all its freshness. It is also remark- able that he did not at the time expe- rience any sensation of fcSr; while he added his was an essentially ner- vous temperament. This remarkablo mental power of calling up the past sn moments of suspended animatiou J have heard frequently mentioned. One was. thn case of Count Zichy in the revolution of IS4S in Vienna. He was caught by the savage mob hung like Lord Ponsonby in the middle of the street when his own regiment of dragoons charg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 29 May 1890

rri3vj.giigyjg:E'r xttpnmvr&xxB2Bxzxxix3iji.s SLOOAL NEWS. Tueke were two or three different serenading parties out night before last and they made svreet romantic music in the lovely moonlight. Those charming young ladies Miss Lizzie Dwyer Misses Eula and Mary Geo and Miss Maggie Franklin treated the editors residence to a serenado early in the evening. Still in the nng. 'Certain compe- titors are issuing rebate cards to a favored few. We open the ball by giving to the public an equal chance for their money. Purchases can be made in any amount cash till they reachtwenty-five dollars we will re- fund one dollar cash not in trade. Comeall old and young get your re- bate in cash cards. Jacob & Eldridge. Live Grocers. Me. Will Ldsk and party who left before day Monday morning in three feet . of mud for Eagle Lake have been heard from. One hun- dred pounds of ice was shipped to them day before yesterday. On yes- terday the blacksmith from Nelson- ville was in town and reported t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. OrncE Low Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Potofnee Brenham Texas as second class matter. t? VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 5 1?90. NUMBER 23- STATE NEWS. The public free schools of Bryan hato closed for the year. The comptroller has invested 30000 in Donley county bonds. The late rise in the Brazos river s Richmond was forty-two feet. T"5 Colorado Academy of Ck-.ui.il u has closed for the year. The wife of J. B. Jack dropped li.ad at Midlothian from heart aisef.Be. Th Austin baseball club has Tjpetl out of the league and dis- j de-i. -She Li dale High school and Tucto .hotel company have been cjirtered. -Croj ..ospects in Bastrop coun- ty .re .and the farmers are great- ly KiLcou -aged. Heavy rains of late assure the ;aost abundant crops ever raised .a.ori.. F'-aser. There is more cotton planted .around Milford Ellis county this year than ever before. Congressman Hare has been called ho-ue from "Washington by the serious il'je...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

TKJrrmnllfiJ.'Jwl:'. i J'? anj-Tr-ArrvT rpjxvift .nvswtv-ywiinxn v3AJvi 11 J.ua.MLC!-j-ii uu 'i 1 1 isjnuauumr.mtgii'muiii.ttn tuu-?-xuijxai!jijuirit' nuvi-yjf The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISUZD DAILY ASD WEEKLY.) Wqobly 82 a year in advance. m .... X .1 .ml Iwnsidnt n rl-"'Ha .-.r. ' . " "f nvmlit the Burner one inch for first insertion and fifty cents !SewS and the other papers alluded The Brenham Banner says : There is a big dish of ''biled crow"' in store for the Galveston News and a few other would-be gov- ernor makers among the press. If the News reads the riddle means that the nar snnnre for each subscauent insertion. Obituary notices and trioutes of respect iiv sorted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Joux F. "WEiBTiCH Eurion Texas. F. 11. Griffi- Lyons Teias. Jo JIikkski Wesley Texas. STATE NEWS. G. J. Elam the new postmas- ter at Marlin has taken charge. Corn is looking well around El- gin but cotton is a little sickly. T? TT TMopb- n liminr flpfilpr nt .... u.. j.. ...j j Xavasota h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

AOTJXCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF. J. R. Robertsox is hereby announced as a Kndidato for Sheriff of "Washington county subject to the action of the county demo- cratic convention. FOR DIbTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is a-ithorizert to announce Bejlutj:gaiu) Bryan as a candidate for dis- trict attornev of tho 21st Judicial distrct subject to tho action of District Democratic convention. IjOGA.L news Ax addition was made on Satur day to the postoffice bos capacity. Bra Gehbjiasx the baker is sup- plying Bellville Sealy and Clay station with fresh baked bread every day. The icecream festival given by the ladies of Giddings Memorial church on Frida' evening for the benefit of the organ fund was quite a success financially as well as otherwise. The grounds were beautifully lighted up with Japanese lanterns. Ernest Petbicii living in the Gay Hill neighborhood has ap- plied to District Judge Garrett through his attorneys and obtained a remnnrarv writ of lmunction Yrainst the county commissioners' 'j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

.dil rvif CCTOJJi'W.JMWllHJ - MU The Weekly Banner. J. O. RANKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. OApRETT. Editor. Thursday Jime 5 1S90. HKLLO THERE I How arc you supplied with reading mil ter for the present campaign ? Do you want to keep posted? If so send SI So and get the "Weekly Banner until January 1st 1S0O and. the Dallas WeeUy 2s"evs a 12-page pa per until Dec. 1st IS90. Sow i the time to - subscribe. Be quick about it. TnE Sealy Express a brand new - fla . paper has made its appearauce with ffv? "ni.ni. TV TJoll oc citnr nnrl nronrie- tor. To the Galveston News: Prepare to cast your ballot for the Hon. Miles Crowley for member of the state legislature. The Texas Farmer says that the editor of the Houston Post is so -down on Hogg that it is rumored he is to be ceremonially rnade a Jew. The New Orleans New Delta is "waging a telling and relentless war upon the Louisiana Lottery company -which is now tryinp to log-roll an act through the legislature of that State to extend its charter. If...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

:auju:jsT.j:J3eiiM wi kriju".icrAj; .'E-'Vl'UV. i 3 LOGA.L NEWS. Mrs. Dave Levi presented her liego lord with a littlo daughter on last Saturday morning. The reporter learns from a con- tractor and builder that there are a number of now residences in the city in contemplation. The little 7-year old son of Mr. Sapp a farmer in the Gay Hill neighborhood died on Sunday morning of congestion. Mr.. James Butler of this city Las the contract for building two brick buildings at Lexington. He Teports that town on a big boom. The folks out at Zionsvillo are building a dancing platform and propose to have plenty of amuse' ments during the present summer. A negro woman was caught in the act of stealing a bolt of cloth from N. G. Herman's store last 1-riday. She had it concealed under her apron. Perot Barber a teamster who re- sides north of town had the sad misfortune on Saturday night of losing his wife by death. Tho funeral took place on Sunday. There will be some rather exten- sive improvem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

nffTwstnwvmran ti3dtifltt9SftSxKziaanr na'rntlSlinmeStA'asxStirtlll.T'tJuvini.i.i'rjilv The Weekly Banner. J. G. RANKIN Proprietor. . O. H. P. GAHBETT. Editor. Or. Hartman. Interestiiic; Lecture Con'inw I. Jo ilOOffi 59 nsiini stone. MH. . 1. OXDDINQS. Thursday. Juno 5 IS'JO. Helissa has won imperishable famo by instructing for Dici Hall for governor of Taxas. Jas. G. Biaixe savfa that Gov. David B. Hill will be the nest demo- cratic candidate for governor. The Uillsboro Reflector and Brazos Pilot are among the numer- ous papers which have lately an- nounced in favor of General Hogg. The Bonhani News contains moie than a column of announcements for office all subject to the action of the democratic party. That anybody should take Dick Hall's alleged candidacy for gov ernor in any other than a Pick wickian sense forcibly reminds us of Puck's motto: "Alas what fools we mortals be !"' Progress in Ucln.I-ie. It- Scrofula Cu-ibls? T. i-cu-;-I-a "lVii.it It I Mollis lor Vrofu- 1 1 vji.mii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

HniwiiiiiijniiiuiinMmnr-rT'TTlfartrrIrr - - - m . x'taAaiajj.):rq'ipriayn-ca7jy-r7iB?aggj'arf wxnxrzJtivrrTvz rrttWtAxm'x-vK'wr'Ki-rzjv&rai ifnrsr 'S tZMg z;-t -Tvr9zrrK?yrjx-ti7r FAEM AND H03IE. THE OABDEN. At a meeting of farmers recontly "held at Ponghkoopsic JN. Y. Mr. James Sloan gavo a talk upon gardening. Having been engaged in market gardening since his boy- hood ho is well informed as to tho best methods. Coming down to tho ordinary farmers' gardon ho advised sotting off a piece of land for thia special purpose a pioco bearing to tho south or cast if possible flo would have it well fenced and leave a sod border 25 or 80 feet wide nround tho fence. He would havo his garden 400 feet long and about 100 feet wide. The - fence should inclose doublo tho amount of land roquired for tho garden. Ono-halfshouldbeseeded whilo tho other half is in cultiva tion. This makos cultivation casior by keeping down weeds and at the samo timo adds to the fertility of tho soil. He would plow ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 5 June 1890

it- LOCAJL NEWS. The honors of the graduating class of Chnpptll Hill Female co'- lege fall this; year to Miss Beulah White and Miss Pearl Lide both residents of Chappell 'Hill. Miss "White vrili be the valedictorian of the class and Hiss Lide the saluta-torian. Pbof. 3L H. JJeotles principal of the Camptown Public School in this city has been appointed by the State Superintendent of Public In struction as principal of the Colored Summer Normal Institute at Gonza les. which opens on the 30th of June and closeson tho 29th of July. Some negro children were engaged in picnng a fuss'with a number of little white girls injfront of the high school building yesterday morning. The parents of tho colored children should warn them againstthis prac tice as it may some day lead to serious trouble in which the colored people may be the sufferers. A dispatch to the Fort "Worth Ga zette reports the fact of thekilling of one Tom Grammer at Haskell City by Armstead Mason formerly of this county as pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 12 June 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY JL-J? 1. JlJL n X xl A J .k..Q Office Low Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffiee Brenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXY. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 12. 1S90. NUMBER 24 . j skin CANCER. Several years ajo I w3 called to sec a co.ored vcraan who bad a malignant form of cancer on her foot. The cancer grew worse under the pre- scribed treatment and tbc toes and one side of the foot were at length eaten entirely away. The jeticnt coold not have snrrived ranch longer Vet I commenced the use of Swift's Specific and t cared her Eonnd well. That ra three years ago and there has been no rctnrn of the disease. I regard Swift's Specific a most excel- lent medicine for blood diseases as its tendency Is to drive at tho poison. Uthervi.le Miss. Wat. E. Siaoo JIJ. 3ANCER OP THE TONGUE. 7"or thrc or four years I had an eating sore oa -my tongue that made a considerable hole In It. 1 'became tlarmed at Its progress and vent to Aitaufe treatment Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 12 June 1890

jfryKyjV"-v-j.y.rTrp'Tvrso3" The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY AXD WEEKLY.) Weekly S2 s yew in advance. -' TEitMSj Leral and transient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch lor hrt insertion ana mty cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. crncrxKa?vs3B uuucuuua-uur OUK AGENTS. .Jolts' F. "WEiBtrscn Burton Texas F. M. Geiffdt Lyons Teias. Jo 3tiKES"Ki Wesley Texas. The Clarkites are scared out of the boots for fear Harris count- tho home of Judge Cook will instruct for Hogg. The Tyler Democrat and Reporter seems to be masquerading this ye.ir like its distinguished friend and fellow-townsman Col. Bonner. A dispatch to the Houston Post giving an account of an outrage by whitecaps is dated from Brenham through a misprint. The lawless- ness occurred at Bonham. Go AWAr from home to learn the news. The Galveston Tribune says that "Washington county is enjoy ing the luxury of some genuine w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 12 June 1890

iH FOR DISTEICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is .authorized to announco BEADREOARDBRTANasa candidate for dis- trict attorney of. the 21st Judicial distr ct subject to the action of District Democratic convention. FOR COUNTT CLERK. The Banner is authorized to announce 0. A. Seward as candidate for County Clerk of "Washington county subject to the action of the Democratic County Convention. FOB SHElilFF. J. R. Robertson is hereby announced as a candidate for Sheriff of "Washinon county subject to tho action of the county demo- cratic convention. At the request of many friends 1 here- with announce myself as a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county subject to the action of the County Democratic convention. Leonard G. Gke. FOR CONSTABLE. Thomas JL "Whitman is hereby announc- ed as a candidate for constable of Precinct No. 3 Washington county subject to the action of Democratic precinct convention should there bo one held. LOCAL NEWS Death of Mrs. Young. Another old resident of Erenhain and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 12 June 1890

'$ yrrrTaa2jxiiuua3aTrrWtteia?2x- ns&sanaz The Weekly Banner. J. G O. H. KANKIK Proprietor. 1". GARKETT. Editor. Thursday June 12 1S90. 1112LLO THERE ! .How are you supplied with reading mat- ter for the present campaign ! Do you want to keep posted? If so send S1.35 and get the "Weekly Banner until January 1st 1800 uud the Dallas Weekly News a 12-page pa- per until Dec. 1st IS90. Now is the time to ailo-cribe. Be quick about it. According to Mr. B. B. Paddock theEort "Worth railroad president all of tho railroads in Texas ought to be in favor of a commission. It raises the price of freights. Besides being the prettiest place in the state "Waco seems to be well "heeled" financially. The Day says it has S128.000 over and above its current obligations. The Cherokee Herald calls the Bannek a "daisy" and- threatens to cut us off its list if we don't exchange The Herald is on our mailing galley and if it doesn't receive the Baskek it must punish John TVanny and not The Providence Jou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 12 June 1890

ft 1 LOCAL NEWS. Local politics is becoming just the least bit exciting at last. There will be a big schuetzenfest out at Zionsville on the 29th. The rain of Saturday night only produced a four-foot rise in the Brazos. Sevebal births have occurred in the city recently which will help to swell ike census returns." Tub boys about town have their eye on a certain young man who spends his Sundays in Hempstead. Mattie Allen the colored girl who was stabbed in the back at Camptown on Friday night is still improving and will recover. A colored woman was brought in Monday from Burton by Constable Cunningham and was lodged in the county jail to lay out a fine for dis- turbing the peace. Several old soldiers of Green's brigade will go down to Hempstead on the 27th to attend the reunion of Hood's brigade. The Brenham gun club will also be on hand. The fireworks at the coming fourth of July celebration under the auspices of the Germania society will bo the grandest and most elaborate over seen ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 12 June 1890

r-vKn-i.XttrrtJA:WMnW WuTr-WrtS-Sii-rF!faSfc-t f'-ldto-l-Wfevi The Weekly Banner. J. G IUNinNi Proprietor. O. J3. P. GAItKETT. Keillor. TJiuredar June 12 1890. The Clarkites would better tie up IV. W. Lang in this campaign. AYith him on the stamp they will not stand a ghost of a show. Bryan Barrt manager of the Clarlriles' fight is the president of a mortgage loan company. A most fitting selection considering the crowd. Foe despisable littleness and meanness in conducting the present gubernatorial campaign the Galves ton and Dalla3 Newses are setting a rapid and sorry pace for their less pretentious confreres to follow. The "Waco Day occupies an amus- ing position. It is about the only champion of K. M. Hall among the press and when it goes to sav any thing the friends of the other candi dates are too busy to pay any atten- tion. The Victoria Keview has pulled down the name of Braekenridge the Austin banker for governor. Hogg might as well retire from the race now as Brackenridge's ...

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