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

v LOCAL NEWS. There will bo about twelve special venires of sixty men each to be sum- moned for the September term of the district court. Ix the Bheburg settlement just beyond Long Point no rain has fallen in over eight weeks and the farmers look quite blue. Mn. Wii. Homeyer and wife sold 225 acres of land situated on East Mill creek on Saturdav to Christoph Lehrmann for nearly six thousand dollars. The camp-meeting between Bell villo and Chappell Hill resulted in sixteen professions of religion be- sides reclaiming a great number of backsliders. The pulp factory has been com nelled to temporarily shut down on account of.getting out of cottonseed hulls and will havo to wait until a supply arrives. Chas. Williams colored who has been spending several days in the county jail on the charge 01 norse- theft "succeeded in making bond on Saturday and was released. At the conclusion of the prelimi- nary examination of Jim Tutt before Judge S. H. Goodlett for the murder of the Mexican Juan C...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 7 August 1890

The Weekly Banner. J. O. KANKIN Proprietor. O. H. P. GARKETT Editor. Thursday August 7 1S90. The republicans of Ohio appear to be scared almost out of their wits. The spectacle of the New Orleans Times-Democrat backing the Louis- iana lottery is a sorry one. The St. Louis authorities are mak- ing a vigorous warfare on the crap. shooters and faro banks in that city. The Baxxeb is in receipt of a prospectus of the "Texas Trade Journal" which is to be published at Houston. i HI It does look as if murder cannot be committed under such brutal and heinous circumstances in Texas as to deprive the murderer of the benefit of bail. The Minnesota wheat crop this year it is said will be the largest ever harvested in the state. The yield is estimated at one hundred million bushels. s Choleba is reported to be spread ing in China. If it didn't go be- yond it might be a good thing. A few million of Chinamen would scarcely be missed in that densely populated land of the pigtails. The Omaha Eepublic...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 7 August 1890

k STATE NEWS. As near as can be ascertained the present population of Burnet is about 1350. The members of the Campbellite church will erect a house of worhip at McDado at once. Major John Smith one of the oldest and most prominent citizens of Crockett is dead. The West Texas Medical asso- ciation concluded its session at San Antonio with a grand banquet. The Western Investment com- pany of Nebraska has been granted a permit to do business in Texas. A new postoffice has been estab- lished at Ayer Deaf Smith county with James McD. Campbell post- master. Overton Hollingsworth a lad living in Waco was seriously hurt by a runaway dray horse and may die. -Work on the cable road at Dal las that is to be run on Elm street and out to the fairgrounds has be- Run. v Temple is soon to be lighted by electricity. Subscribers to five hundred incandescent lights have been secured. C. Emanuel liquor dealer at Jacksonville has made an assign- ment The liabilities are in excess of the assets. Helen J...

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 — 7 August 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Judge J. E. Glass an old lesident of Chappell Hill who is justice of the peace of the precinct was in town on Thursday on his way back home from a trip up the country. "While away he purchased a farm in Leon county near Jewett with the growing crops on it and will leave in a few days with his family to make their permanent. home there. Judge Glass is one of the oldest citizens in the county and is one of the few landmarks left in his neigh- borhood. He will be missed by everybody in Chappell Hill. Get your Horses and Mules in good shape by using Jensen's Con- dition Powders. Attention is called to the an- nouncement in this issue of Mr. Henry G. King of Caldwell as can- didate for floater representative of -the legislature from Washington. Burleson and Lee counties. Mr. King is the regular democratic nom inee. He is a native resiaem 01 me county and possesses a brilliant fu ture. He is an ardent advocate of Hogg for governor and believes in the proposed railway commissio...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

4 BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. v Office Low Building corner Sandy and St. Cli;irles Streets. Entered at Postoffice Erenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY AUG-UST 14 1S90. NUMBER 33 Ft Mrtnti i ofH STATE NEWS. Laredo wants a cotton mill. Uvalde is soon to have a bank. Bowie is to have a 820000 col- lege. Yoakum is to have an ico facto- ry. Grandview is to have a National bank. Burglars are becoming trouble- some at Paris. Austin is to have a new after- noon paper. A new opera house is being erected at Luling. In Fannin county the cotton crop is very promising. Texas has 9250 miles of Rail- way including side tracks. Houston's taxable values amount to 12950000. The erection of an ice factory . is being agitated at Bonham. Only a moderate pecan crop is eported in.Sjjn baba county. JHie cotion factory at Dallas willicarry za.uuu spinaie. The wifef'Mr. Thos. Goggan died at Galveston last week. Efforts are being madp to estab lish a castor oil mill at bherman. ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY AJTD WSEKLT.) Weekly 2 z. year in advance. m...... T nal in.1 t-anaipTit ndvertisf- mants inserted at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion and fifty cents per square lor eacn suosequeni inscruuu. Obituary notices and tributes of respect serted at half price. " OUR AGENTS. Johw F. Weis-csch Burton Texas. F. M. Grvffik Lyons Texas. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. in- An exchange truthfully observes that quitting advertising in ami tunes is like tearing out a ciam ue cause the water is low. The latest returns from Alabama indicate that that state has surely gone democratic: but by wnat ma jority was not stated. Ofvf.rat. Rzeta. tho president of San Salvador is the youngest ruler of a republic in tne worm ue is only twenty-6even years of age. Thp first woolen mill in Japan supplied with an English-made plant lias just been formally opened at Tokio. Japan is centuries ahead of China. Prop. Alex Hoga superintendent of the public schools of Fo...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

-J A r ANNOUNCEMENTS. JOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce M. M. Pildee as the democratic nominee for Rep- resentative from Washington county to the 22d Legislature. FOR FLOAT.EB. We are authorized to announce Henry G. King of Caldwell as the democratic nominee for;flatonal representative for Wa-hington Lee and Burleson counties in the 22d Legis- lature. TOR DISTEICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is authorized to announce Beauregard Bryan as the Democraticnom- inee for district attorney of the 21st Judi- cial distr cL FOR DISTRICT CLERK. We are authorized- to announce A. M. Krus as the democratic nominee for Dis- trict Clerk of Washington county. tor county judge. We are authorized to announce Lafay- ette Kirk as the democratic nominee for re-election to the office of County Judge of Washington county. FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce Ben S. Rogers as the democratic nominee for County Attorney oi Washington county. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. E. G. Langhammet. is hereby ...

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 — 14 August 1890

s I The Weekly Banner. J. O. KA'JEX'. Froprletor. O. H. i". OABKEXX. Editor. IU- . :r: - TImrsflay August U 1S90. The Springfield Republican charac- terizes Bill Chandler as a very bloody fighter in time of peace. Census returns ieceied at "SVash- incton indicate a population for the -whole country of about 65000000. It now begins to look seriously as if Hon. J. "SV. Bailey would down Hon. Silas G. Hare in the congres sional race. .- Tm annual catch of codfish said to -innnnl catch of codfish is fetch the Newfoundlanders tnm fnnr million and five nunurea to six million dollars. The Independent and Allaince movement in Nebraska is said to have caused the suspension of the mah Republican the oldest repub- lican journal in that stale. Judge Cook has at last gotten his yes open sufficient to see "tne hand- writing on the wall" and very wisely retiies from the race for the gov- ern nrshin. Ta-ta. Gus! Steer clear of the breakers hereafter. Me. R. B. Hawle declines to be- nnmo n pandidate...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

T 4 ' LOCAL NEWS. Onn markets are again well plied with good fat meats. BUp- A few roasting ears are to bo seen in the market occasionally. Mast of our merchants are now receiving their fall stocks of goods. Some of our farmers have already commenced feeding stock on new corn. Large quantities of new mown hay is finding ready sale in this mar- ket. Mn. C. H. Meyer ginned the first bale of cotton in the Zionsville neighborhood this season. Mn. Edward Hoffjiaxs is having some new shelving put into his clothing establishment. Not even the colored politicians appear to be the least bit concerned about county polities. There was no justice court held at Independence last Monday all cases being continued until next month. Brexham's growth is steady and substantial. New buildings are con- stantly going up in almost every por- tion of the city. Mrs. F. W. "Wood gave her Sun- day school class a party at her resi- dence in the northern portion of town on Thursday night. Large quantities of lu...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

The Weekly Banner J. o o. u. KANKIN Proprietor. P. GARRETT Editor. Thursday August U 1890. The first bale of cotton is just be- ginning to come in go'od. The g. o. p. doesn't find as much consolation in the census returns as it had fondly hoped for. It is intimated that Texas will liaye at least four new congressmen when the censusj returns are made out. McCLAiisir of North Carolina the only congressman who favored the subtreasury bill has been defeated for renomination by the farmers' alliance. Tee first territorial election took place in Oklahoma the other day and the "republicans won by a small majority. There were three tickets in the field. "Wit. Henry got there with both feet by a unanimous vote notwith- standing his absence from his seat when the Lehlback amendmentjwas voted on. The Baxxek is sorry to see the funny man of the Galveston News still wasting his talent on that journal when he should be engaged on n comic almanac. The United States census settles the dispute betwe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

I ? STATE NEWS. The alliance cotton yard at Aus tin is to be reopened. The new Methodist church at Archer City was dedicated last wees. Thomas Cravens an insane man attempted to kill himself at AVaco last Wednesday. The tax rolls of Maverick coun ty show an increase of 8248000 in the taxable values. The governor's proclamation or- dering the November election is ready for publication. Capt. J. C. Arthur a prominent citizen of Lamar county and founder of Arthur City is dead. The Corsicana Land and Im provement company with a capital of $oOOUU has Wed its charter. Lawrence Emgar 11 years old was drowned in the Trinity river at Dallas a few days ago while bathing. A farmer of Eunnels county claims that'he will gather a thousand bushels of corn this fall from thirty acres. A temporary school building to cost 3000 will be erected at Sey- mour until the 40000 structure is built. The Beeville gun club will have a big shoot on the 3rd of September. Excursion rates will be given over the roa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 August 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Cotton continues to roll into this market at the rate of 60 bales a day. The pulp factory remains idle for thew ant of cotton-seea nuns to op- erate en. Codxtry produce is in demand. Butter is selling at 20 cents and eggs at 10 cents. The new residence of Mr. C. "W. "Winkelnian on South Market street is slowly approaching completion. Mrxoo Matthews is entitled to the belt as' the "boss barbecuer" of the city. He is certainly hard to turn down. Me. Ed. Hofejias the "boss cloth- . nf fho ri"t.v. is havincr new im- ACA v www wj i u - . proved and convenient shelving placed in his store. When will Brenham take on enough energy and enterprise to se- cure an electric light plant 1 It is an absolute necessity to the city. There is really very little interest being' taken in politics in this county at this time. Perhaps they may warm up a little later in the canvass. "William Dodgexs was tried in Justice Curry's court on Monday for refusing to work the road. But legal notice had...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER Office-Low Building corner Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice Brenham Texas as second class matter. It? I5 y BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1890. NUMBER. 35 VOLUME XXV. WHOLBSALS AND SKTAIL DBALZR IN Furniture and Carpets -B-Parlor Sets Chamber Set. House Furnishing Goods GRffPOTniCL OIL CLOTHS MATTIHG raraflMS. HATTRESSSS. FURNITURE ll - POLISH. Carpel . . ti i . in tintttm. t thon nonce. Wo tie prepared w romisn jour uuubo uu ? -" . v. ;. -trainr " ... ...j ?- ft.ll id im u. Goods delivered in the city JfttEiS. dOUTQ SIDE OF POBLIC SQDiEE BBESHAM. TEX IS J. TRISTRAM. -DEALER IK DRUGS :- MEDICINES Toilet Articles Etc. BRENHAM TZXAb articles and fine fes- roUet SOTTTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE - - - . . i i - -ii rt?iifiF ntttiit medicines. :ufa S2f TfaS: prescriptions carefully pounded at all houis day or nigfct. and accurately com- C a. healy? DEALER IN STATE NEWS Kockport national bank. is to have a new for FAEMLNG IMPLEMENTS FENCE WIRtf PAfflTS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY A5D WSEKLT.) "Weekly 2 a year in advance. TiMe To.! onrl tr..ient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square of one men lor nrs: inseruuu aim m-f -- per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half-price. OUR AGENTS. JonN F. Weibusch Burton Texas. JF. M. Geitfis Lyons Texas. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. Fifteen of the republican sena tors are said to be opposed to the passage or the Lodge force bill. Gor. Boies of Iowa has been mentioned as a probable candidate .on the democratic ticket for presi dent of the United States. THEBaum whitewashing commit- tee has commenced the job. Nobody need profess surprise at the result when the report is handed in. n i Iiittle Ben now and then exasper- atingly cries out that he is in favor of the Lodge bill but all tne same its fate will not depend on what he wishes. Jas. Stephen Hogg will be the first native governor of the Lone Star State and he will be e...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR KETBESEXTAT1VE. We are authorized to announce M. M. Felder as the democratic nominee for Rep- resentative irom "Washington county to the z&a. legislature. FOB FLOATER. Wo are authorized to announce Henry G. Klnp of Caldwell as the democratic nominee for .flatonal representative lor Washington Lee and Burleson counties in the 22d Legis lature. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is a-ithorized to announce Beauregard Bryan as the Democrancnonv inee for district attorney of the 21st Judi- cial distr ct. FOR DISTRICT CLERK. We are authorized to announce A. 31. Krco as the democratic nominee for Dis- trict Clerk of Washington county. FORCOTOTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce Lafay- ette Kirk as the democratic nominee for re-election to the office of County Judge of Washington county. FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce Ben S. Rogers as the democratic nominee for County Attorney of Washington county. FOR TAX AkStSSOB. 2. G. Laxghammek is hereby ann...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

The Weekly Banner. J. O. KAKKIN Proprietor. Thursday August 28 1S90. The latest report from the Lang- toy is that she has become the hand- maiden of an English hord. i m i The aggregate debt of all the colonies of Australia is said to be 215 per head or $688000000. Hereafter in Texas instead of nn-rinrr "s dead as a mackerel." neo- -j q . pie will say "as dead as Gustave Cook." The local war in the democratic camp is still going on in Bell coun- ty. They are getting themselves in- to an' ugly muss. Culbebson who was nominated at San-Antonio for attorney-general is the youngest man ever nominated for a state office in Texas. . The San Antonio city administra- tion is making efforts to purchase the waterworks system of that place which hare become a giant monopoly. M The Philadelphia Eecord says that McKinley's crazy-quilt tariff bill would not open a market for a sin- gle barrel of pork but thatit would open a huge frying pan for many a barrel of fat. Those who think that the com- mi...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

LOCAL NEWS. WANTED All persons indebted to the Banner to come forward and settle. "We need the money. The union depot now sports ice water for the thirsty traveling public. "Waco is making arrangements to have a grand trades display and bar- becue on the 18th of September. One of Hermann Giesecke's chil- dren swallowed a pin last Saturday but did not experience any unpleas ant effects. Abe Harbison will resume taking weather bulletins from the United States weather bureau on and after September 1. The fest out at Valley Grove on Sunday afternoon was well attended. Everything passed off smoothly and there was a ball at night. There were a number of wagons in from the country bright and early Monday morning and most of them departed bearing away loads of cot- ton pickers. C. F. Pfeffer a saloon keeper at Kennpyville nine miles south of Brenham beat a negro named Steve Ecles over the head with a sixshoot- er on Saiurday night and used him up pretty badly. Mb. Jim Ed. Flewellen who was ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

The Weekly Banner. J. O. RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday August 2S 1890. The Waco Day advocates govern- ment ownership of railroads. Does the Day believe in a centralized form of frovornment ? The Iowa farmers have a treat in store this fall. Hon. Eoger Q. Mills si to deliver an address to them on the tarriff at their state fair. Between the force bill and the Mc- Einley crazy-quilt bill the poor old republican party occupies a position between the devil and the deep blue tea. The democrats of California in convention assembled at San Jose last week nominated Hon. E. B. Pond mayor of San Francisco for governor. The administration at Washington declines to modify its rule requiring the cattlemen to move their cattle out of the Indian Territory by the first day of October. The report that Tascott has been arrested recalls one Silcott to mind and the dispatches say that he has been discovered out in San Juan county Colorado among the mines. The Navasota Tablet and Hunts- ville Item both ex...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

STATE NE1VS. Two rabid dogs were killed in 3?qrt Worth ono day last week. A Catholic cathedral is to be built at Temple to cost 830000. The total amount of taxable property in Burnet county is 3580- 405. The Uvalde Fair Association has filed a charter with the secretary of state. The town of Merkel in Tyler county nas incorporated lor school purposes. J. D. Badgett was seriously hurt by falling lumber in a sawmill at Jefferson. Y. A. Yinson of Busk has been appointed postmaster at Carthage Panola county. There hasn't been a general rain in the southwestern portion of the state sinco the 14th of June. The campmeeting at Floresville has been brought to a close. It did not result m a single conTersion. Harry Nbodlev a tinner at Gal- veston who had been on a spree for several days fell dead at his resi- dence. The census shows the popula- tion of Bell county to be $35000 which is an increase of 75 per cent n in ten years. Bv a vote of 7S fnr fn o rr.n the town of Elgin became a city las...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 28 August 1890

LQOAJL NEWS. Mr:-Abe Heidesheimee the broth- er of Mr. Sampson Heidenheimer proprietor of the Brenham cotton- seed oil mill arrived in the city on Tuesday from Galveston. The ob- ject of'his visit was to try to rent the oil mill to Brenham parties and with that object in view he called on several prominent citizens and moneyed men but did not meet ' with any encouragement. It is un- derstood that since the trade for the property fell through the only chance for the mill to be run this season is for Brenham people to rent it. Nothing better than C. F. Jen sen & Co.'s Condition Powders for Horses and Mules affected with worms grease swelled legs coughs and inflenza In tin cans try it. Mother Hubbabd parties are the latest in vogue. There will be one in Brenham at an early date. Save your Chickens by feeding them Jensen's Chicken Powder. "Warranted. The Chappell Hill Female college will open on next Tuesday. "During the spring and summer of 1888 I lost seven mules from bots and col...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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