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

LOCAL JSIEWS. Me. W. L. Baie"t of Independence was in the city Sunday. A large lot of Austin county cot ton was brought here and sold Tuesday. Many believe that this little cool spell is the harbinger of an early fall and a severe winter. The county court Tuesday ap- proved the order of sale of land of the estate of John Stamps. Is the Clerks office Tuesday the substituted will of the estate of Jeff Bassett was admitted to probite. S. J. Lauderdale bond for admin- istrator estate of It. J. Lauderdale was approved by the ccunty court Tuesday. A serenading partv were out Sat urday night pleasantly disturbing weary slumbers with a concord of sweet sounds. In the county clerks office Tues day an inventory and appraisement of the estate of Sam Arnett de ceased was filed for probate. Mb. J. J. Middletox baker at the .Bakery of Mr. B. Gehrmann who recently recovered from a severejill- ness has relapsed and is now quite ill. A PARTr of a dozen or more Gor- men immigrants arrived in Brenham ...

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 — 2 October 1890

The Weekly Banner J. G KAUK1N Proprietor. Thnrtday Oct. 2 1800. The time for the removal of cattle on the Cherokee strip has been ex. tended to November 1st and De- cember 4th by the President on ac- count of drouth. The Galveston Tribune reaches this office six in a bunch. Just send us the latest hereafter and keep the five stale ones for waste paper. The Tribune is a lively evening paper and the Bukeb would like to have it daily. ' m David Wall of Allegheny Pa. is six feet toll but he weighs only for ty-five pounds. A year ago he weighed 148 pounds. He is in fair- lv nood health and the doctors are tinnViln to tell what is the matter with Mm. f Paul Johsstose. the Chicago mind reader is so pale and effemi- nate looking that he might be mista- ken for a girl if it were not for a mustache he wears. "Wonderful stones are told of his powers which are no doubt ex- aggerated by those who make them the subject of newspaper narratives. Jay Gould says there is no strin- gency in the money ...

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 — 2 October 1890

NEWS ITEMS. Tho only way to be rich and happy is to earn it. Tho latest is a bread trust formed at Kansas City Missouri. People who say sharp things get the reputation of being blunt. A pleasant manner attracts a man; brightness of brain holds him. A woman's smile attracts a man; but an oven temper retains him. Judge Acker of the court of ap- peals resigns to take effect January 1st. San Luis Potosi claims the great- est increase of any Mexican state for past year. A pretty gown attracts a man the knowledge that it was inexpensive delights him. A man's mind is like a two-dollar bill. The of tener he changes it the sooner it is"gone. What attracts a man is one thing: what will hold him and command lis respect is quite another. Crops in Kansas are short as usual and immigration from that -country will pour into Texas. It is simple enough to be a great man: keep your mouth shut; and when you see a dollar grab it. Tho cotton crop of Georgia will it is .positively asserted show a shortag...

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 — 2 October 1890

h ny i -.v The-Weekly Banner SUPPLEMENT. Theee is a complete panic among the Trench exporters. Dlep water at Galverton means prosperity for the State at large. Columbcs South Carolina recent-! ly experienced an earthquake shock. The big merchants and manufac- turers' .convention is in session in Zoit Worth. The tariff bill will hare to be passed by the Republicans. Tho democrats will not Tote for it. The Galveston" Athletic Associa-i- i v si 1 nnn f or a finnt to the finish between Dempsy and Fitzsimmons. Reed is spoken of as a probable candidate for President but it is iardly probable that the country Tvants a reign of monarchy. i m n.:i.nnnint and ReDOrter of Tylor has entered upon its fourth Tear which it says is longer than any other daily in Tyler ever lived whatever happens to it in the future ifey it live on indefinitely. in The people of western Ireland are an rather a destitute condition and their American friends will likely he called upon to tide them through the winter. ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 October 1890

miiiiiinrtftiiiiiin STATE NEWS. CT Shiner ttants a newspaper. . Coke county wants a public road to Abilene. "Webster Flanagan will speak at Austin to-day. Farmers are beginning to bold their cotton. San Antonio run her first car by electricity Thursday. An artesian well is being sunk at El Paso by private capital. Weatherfoid Las received about 3000 bales of cotton to date. The coal mines near Bridgeport will probably soon be opened. 'Wilson county faimers are hope- ful of making a second cotton crop. Parker county cotton is turning out much better than was expected. The Southern Pacific route is to be shortened two hundred miles. "Waco is reaching out for a rail- road to Thurber and also to Llano. B. G. Cos confined in the county jail at Dallas; awaiting trial for the murder of George Thomas last Mav. cut his throat with a pocket knife Cox's wife died fiom grief last week and her death craged rum. It is also said that Mis. Thomas wife of the murdeied man is dying of grief. NEWS ITE...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 October 1890

LOCAL NEWS. A ScrlouA and Fatal Miooting- Sunday last a L year old colored girl who was visiting a 12-year old 'friend of the same species and kind near Gay Hill while carelessly handling" a target rifle accidentiy Bhot her lriend the ball taking ef- fect just below the left eye and ef- fecting the brain which slowly oosed out of her ears until yester- day morning when she died. Brenham Light Guard. The Brenham Light Guard though one of the best drilled companies in the State is perhaps the youngest of any in the State. There are 54 mem- bers including the Chaplain and Seargent and barring them the average age of the 52 active mem- bers composing this crack company of the State malitia is only 20 years. Hons. The subject ot this memoir &Irs- E. J. Hons was born Feb 12. 1883 and died in Burton Texas July 23 1890. having been a consistent member of the Methodist Epis- copal Church South for thirty-threa years. Her husband a prominent member of the same church preceded her by two y...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Office Low Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoftice Brenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 9 1890. ISTUMBER 41 '& TO THE PUBLIC! Having selected the CLOTHING Boots ever brought to STARTLING BARGAINS as well as nice goods. My stock was bought for SPOT CASH that alone means from 15 to 20 per cent less. I have started the business to continue it ; to do this compels me to competwith any house in the city; not being satis- fied with this I -am going toffer 15 to 20 per cent reduction of LOW PRICES. When I say this I mean it ! If you will call and exam- ine I am satisfied that I can make it to your interest. My stock of Ions Boys and Chi Is very large. I can show you the prettiest as well as cheapest line to be found in the city. Respectfully E. HOFFMANN It is reported that 400 Russian soldiers out of one regiment lost their lives during the recent manoeuv- res. Ladies yon will find in Lone St...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

The Brenham Banner. (published kailt asd weekly.) "Weekly S2 c jear in advance. t- i J fonciAnt advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square c-1 one inch for firstr insertion and filly cent oer square for each subsequent insertion. . Obituary notices and tributes of respect 1 serted at half price. OUF. AGENTS. Johk F. "Wsibusch Burton Texas. F. M. Griffin Lyons Texas. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. Path. C Streckert Caldwell. Tes&s Congress has adjourned. Is England last vear G0G7 books were published including now editions. Most of them come under she bead of fiction. Advices from Cairo stato that tbo Egyptian cotton crop is expected to show a heavy yield. The quality of the product is excellent through out. imrr snirl at Middlesbor- ough ho believed in the future of the South as snown oy nis iu.esi inents of S300000 and his lookout for more investments. The North- west has been the field he says but the South is the coming one. ttt.v Tnnnpr. of Santa Maria Yal- Joy Cal. is an e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

J" MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. There are seven millionaire editors in New York. The lion of society is sometimes a very wild beast. Nino water companies supply Lon- don with water. Methodists in England are ar ranging to unite. Even the spring poet has one friendly reader. John Morley has gone to consult with Gladstone. It requires but little mining to blast a reputation. "Whiskey was first made in Ireland by an English monk. Moses came early: but he didn't avoid the rush-es. The seasons do not seem to be regular in their habits. The Kurds ought to know all about cheese making. It is becoming the rule for men to wear wedding rings. There are 100 deer forests in the Highlands of Scotland. A small foot often gives a vain young person a big head. 'Brick"' Pomeroy drinks his lemon ade plain. He is one of those Encks without straw. A would-be suicide said be blew out the gas because he had blown in all his money. There is a move on foot to build a S1000 school buildinjr this fall at Linghville ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

The Weekly Banner supplement. a movement is on foot for the purchase of the Galveston Evening Tribune by a syndicate of real estate men. Gen. Hogo thinks the commission Trill receive more vote3 than any man on the State ticket and bo car- ried frith a hurrah. The total number of passengers oiirrind in the United States during 1889 was 472171343. One passen ger in every 1522133 was kuiea and one in every 220024 was. in jured a v i Ohicaco late Tuesday night destroyed property to the amount of $250000. A wall of one of the burned buildings fell on an engine company and several are sup- posed to have perished. The liquor dealers association and Union Bethal mission have bad a tilt in Fort W orth and the Gazette iu i-ot. ;f fVinv desire to con tinue it they must see the advertis- ing managers of the paper. Speaker Eeed has appointed Mr. Turner of Georgia a member of the Conference Committee on the Tariff 'bill in place of Mr. Mills of lesas whose absence from Washington prevents his ser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

ANNOUNCEMENTS. .FOR REPRESEOTATIVE. We aie authorized to announce M. M. Peldee as the democratic nominee for Rep- resentative from "Washington county to the 22d Legislature. ' FOR FLOATER. "We are authorized to announce Henry G King of Caldwell as the oemocrntic nominee for flatonal representative for Washington Lee and Burleson counties in the 22d Legis lature. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is authorized to announoo Beauregard Bryan as the Democraticnom- 5 nee for district attorney of the 21st Judi- cial distr.ct. FDR DISTBICT CLERK. We are authorized to announce A. M. Krug as the democratic nominee for Dis- trict Clerk of Washington county. FOR COTCCTY 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 ASSESSOR. R. ti. TjAKRHAMireR is hereb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

r n m .- " The Weekly Banner J. G. RAHHXiN. rropii" ""Thiirsrtay Oct. 9 1890. The English authorities are inves- tifratmsr the habit ot etner araihmi;. nronll;fififl for the occasion I which is said to be spreading in that by ge(!retary Windoin has come up country many persons using etner noblv to the Help 01 au as a substitute for alcoholic liquors speculators It may be bertttjdfc 1 ; TTn Sesator Coke arnveu in " Sunday- m i;nPA outlook in Mexico .LUC UM.U was never better. The National Choctaw council con- vened Monday at Tuskahoma. i i in i;tnra of Alliance papers have been in session in Austin. Tuoors-have been ordered to Dub- lin to give aidjojthedlord3- Minister Phelps spends S9000 a year more than his salary-in Ger- many Monday the Germans at bt. Louis turned out 37000 strong in a parade. A doilee explosion at Johnsonville him one marl and fatally injured two other. The renegade Apache Kid is said to have killed six scouts .in Arizona recently. Mns. McBee and her three childr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Dr. Lockett was summoned to Iia Grange.on professional business Monday night. Some of the thirty-two immi- grants that arrived here Sunday took part in the celebration. The Eoyal Arch Masons had their regular stated meeting Monday evening and conferred degrees. It required 92 kegs of beer to quench the thirst of those who at- tended Germania Park Monday. At the republican convention at Camptown on Saturday B. J. Moore was declared the regular nominee for the'legislature instead of John Cain. The festive tramp whose nomadic roaming carry him northward during the Summer now turns his face to wards balmy southland. His early arrival is the harbinger of an early winter. Two boys from Dallas were let out of a sealed box car here Sunday. They were hollowing lustily when they were side tracked here and a brakeman took pity on them and let them out. The' eighty-sis foot bridge at the mouth of Bocky and Kirkendall on the Wm. Penn road eight miles from here has been completed so w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

The Weekly Banner J. G. ILASSXH Proprietor. Thursday Oct. 9 1890. The election in Idaho on the 1st went overwhelmingly republican. The daily Independent made its first appearance at Sulphur Springs yesterday." To-day is railroad day" at the San Antonio exposition. Ex-Governor Hubbard will deliver an address. Secbetaet Hester of the New Orleans cotton exchange reports the .movement of cotton for September to be greater than any September since the war. "Secbetaet Bdtteewoeth says he has no fear that the McKinley tariff law will seriously interfere with en- hibits from foreign countries at the World's fair in 1893. ti' The Adams Express company was robbed bv bandits on the Cincin nati and Sandusky road in Ohio Thursdav morning. The amount of booty secured is unknown. The speaker of the house at Guth rie 0. T. came near being mobbed by an excited crowd Thursday on account of his action on a bill mak- ing Guthrie the permanent capital of the territory. In answer to an inquiry sent out b...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

STATE NEWS. Vaco is to have an SIOO.OOO Opera Louse. Artesian well No. 2 is about finished in Tyler. Henrv Anderson of Eoan's Prairie flied Monday night. .riidtrn P. "R. Wood died verv sud denly at Pennington "Wednesday night TV1it WiMiioV Knloon at Ander son was robbed recently of $30 and some cigars. ' Thurn nrn einht murder cases set for the fall term of the court at Richmond. The Texan of Taylor will soon occupy a two -story brick on Broad street of that city. Navarro's average cotton yield in the county will be about two bales to five acres. There were three thousand in attendance the first day of the fair of San Antonio. Jas. Gallagher aged 65 was run over and Jailed by nat cars m Houston Thursday. The "United States district and circuit courts convened in session at Jeffersen Monday. The gross earnings of the South- ern Pacific for August were SM83- 769; for the year $401800d0. Laboring mens day at the San Antonio Fair Thursday was a big day. Five thousand in attendance. Exci...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 October 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Distbict court still in session. J- BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. The fire works and dancing M on dav nieht at the Uermania Park closed the celebration of German Day. The new letter box put up at the corner of Gidding's bank corner is quite a convenience. Now if we could have free delivery Brenham could afford to put on city airs. In the shooting match at Ger mania Park Monday evening Mr. E- L. Burnes won the -prizes more often than any other Mr. L. J. Lockett cominc second. There were a dozen or more entries. The fun of putting "high life" on horses is dangerous. It came near causing a serious accident here Mondav and did cause a fight. If persisted in it will cause a serious difficulty one of these days. "With the large gathering here Monday it could not be expected that the day would pass off without any fighting at all but there were no serious difficulties and the good order that prevailed has been a sub- ject of congratulation. A. A. Eobixson General Manage...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER Omen Low Building corner Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice BrenLani Texas as second class matter. ( - VOLUME XXV". BREKBLAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 16 1S90. NUMBER 42 . TO THE PUBLIC! Havino- selected the CLOTHING Boots Shoes Hats &c. X ever brought to Brenham I am prepared to offer STARTLING BARGAINS as well as nice goods. My stock was bought for SPOT CASH that alone means from 15 to 20 per cent less. I have started the business to continue it ; to do this compels' me to compete with any house in the city; not being satis- fied with this I am going to offer 15 to 20 per cent reduction of LOW PRICES. When I say this I mean it ! If you will call- and exam- ine I am satisfied that I can make it to your interest. My stock of Ite Boys Is very large. I can show you the prettiest as well as cheapest line- to be found in the city. Respectfully E. HOFFMANN JSflLeLlxi St? BrenlLaiiL Tex. A cotton exchange has been or- ganized at Helena Ark. which h...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

The Brenham Banner. (PCBMSUEP DAILY AJI TVEEKLT.) Weekly. 2 r. year' in advance. Terus. Lccal asd transient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square o. one inch for first insertion and fiftj cent per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Johs F. "Weibusch Burton Texas. F. SI. GMFrix Lyons Texas. Jo 3IIKE3KI Wesley Texas. Paul & Streckert. Caldwell. Texas The notional board of steam navi- gators are in session in Xew York. hi The general time convention open- ed its annual session in New i-ork Tuesday. Hon. Boots Q. Mills is in Arkan- sas stumping Cates' congressional district. John F. Huss a bookmaker of Chicago it is said is a defaulter for a large amount. Wirniw Kpraoite. a crandson of the late Salmon P. Chase committed suicide Tuesday at Seattle Wash. There were ten killedoutrigbt and : i.oii irnnnrierl in the Wilmincr- ton po order explosion on Tuesday. It is claimed that an error has "be...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

A JOCULAR COUNTRYMAN. 3tow a New Yorker Amuses Illmself "While Waltlnc tor a Train. A tall elderly man -with good nat- "ured "wrinkles radiating from Iiis blae eyes -walked into the Erie railroad station at Jersey City and bought a ticket for Avondale N. J. He wore a long linen duster that reached to his heels and a wide brim- med Panama straw hat Ho had miss ed the 340 train and had a long hour To "wait. He seemed nervous and un- easy and paced up and down the wait- ing room for a long time when one of the gatomen began to shout out a long string -of stations that nobody could understand. "Soy mister" said the tall country- lied looking man "how much will you take to teach me that tune ? I want to get even with a young lady friend of mme "who lives opposite me." "Oh cheese it "responded thegate- "man. The man apparently from the coun- try accepted the hint and knocked a litjle -newsboy's "hat off and looked quickly in the opposite direction whilo the newsboy stood looking around fo...

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 — 16 October 1890

The Weekly Banner supplement. Tex thousand men at Ishpening Mich. havo gone out. The engagement of Sliss Winnie Davis is said to be declared off. England has demanded of the Portuguese an immediate settlement. t The criminal and district court was convened in Houston Monday. Covington Ky. went republican Monday the first time in twenty-five years. Abvice3 say the Guatemalans and Salvadoriaus are fighting on tne frontier. I m i TCTHinvmiiT. Governor Knapp of Alaska does net make a very encour- aging report of the condition of af- fairs in that cold and chilly country. in i ' President Harbison is making a tour of the West. At Lawrenceburg Ind. the home of his childhood he made a very pretty and affecting little speech Tuesday to several thousand people who assembled to 3?ay him homage. Rube Burrows the noted outlaw and train robber was captured and carried to jail" at Linden Ala. Tuesday and then gets his pistols and compels his captors to release lim and was shot and killed while tr...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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