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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

AXNOTJjST CEMENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce M. M. Felder as the democratic nominee for Rep- resentative Irom "Washington county to the 2d Legislature. FOB FLOATER. We are authorized lo announce Henry G Klnp of Caldwell as the democratic nominee for flatonal representative for Washington Lee and Burleson counues in the 22d Legis Jature. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is authorized to announce Beauregard Bryan as the Democraticnom- inee for district attorney of the 21st Judi- cial distr ct. FOR DISTRICT CLERK. w oka citthnr! trt armmmra A. M. Krco as the democratic nominee for Dis trict Clerk of Washington county. FOR C0U5TT 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. ' for county attorney. We are authorized to announce Ben S. Rogers as the democratic nominee for County Attorney of Washington county. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. 12. G. Lakghamstkr is herehy announce...

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 — 16 October 1890

yi The Weekly Banner J. O. KANKIK Proprietor. Thursday Oct. 16 1890. The cabinet at Lisbon has been completed. Cektais portion) of Canada are crying for more wives and men. Hon. Chas. Stewaet will deliver an address at Beaumont on October 18. Photogeaphese at Navasota are are. taking cabinet size photographs at $1 per dozen. avoTnlosum of Detroleum occur red near Paris Saturday involving great loss of life. An electrical road from Seattle to Tacoma Washington is the longest line ever constructed ana operaieu. The Houston Post is engaged in a righteous -warfare on dens of iniquity and calls upon the pastors of the churches to join crusade. it in the Jay Gould will within a few days start on a general tour of observa- tion in the Southwest. He will be in St. Louis probably both going and coming. The receipts of cotton at all ports in the United States within the last -fortv davs show an increaso of 178- 000 over those of the corresponding forty days of last year. The government of Gre...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

3 LOCAL NEWS. The indications are that we are to bare some cooler weather. BoiEimEE that R. Q. Mills will speak here nest Saturday. Coine out and hear him. Capt. TV. E. Sloan is still on the sick list but his many friends hope to see him out soon. Judge Kirk made a political speech at Wm Penn Friday night to a large audience of voters. Mb. A. F. Feldeb and his bride from Baufort S. C ate here on a visit to friends and relatives. "Mb. H. Heke who resides on "West main street has two children seriously ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Charles Rankin left for Hous- ton Monday night to work at his trade that of carpenter in that city. Mis3Sallie Bideb a fascinating young lady left Tuesday on a visit to friends in Brenham. oealy Ad- vance. The fest at "West Mill creek Sun day was well attended orderly and nearuiy enjuyeu. uuugo uun uc- livered the oration of the day. Distkict court though still in session is not courting much and will probably adjourn as soon as the minutes are completed. Jus...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

The Weekly Banner J. O KAKKIN Proprietor. Thursday Oct. 16 1890. London has another Jack the Kipper scare on hand. The iron and steel manufactur- ers met Thursday at Pittsburg. A shrewd swindler with many aliases was arrested Thursday at Prescott A. T Clarkson's veiled statement that Blaine will be a candidate for the Presidency in 1892. The President seems to be enjoy- We! tour" immensely and is enthusiasticaly received wherever he stops. Tm war in the passenger rates to the east continues at St. Louis and there seems to be no prospect of a settlement of the affair. The rumors of another outbreak between Guatemala and Salvador is denied at the City of Mexico by the representatives 'of those governments. The weekly edition of the Atlanta Constitution was seized Thursday by postal authorities because it con- tained an advertisement of a gift scheme. HI Webb Flaou? the Eepublican nominee for governor endorses the plank in the San Antonio platform favoring beparate coaches for white an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

STATE NEWS - Every vestago of the small pox Las disappeared at "Waco. iX receiver has been appointed for the Fort Worth Land and Street EyCo. Abeline has about raised her bonus for the north and south trunk line; which is now assured. Foit "Worth is talking of raising an emergency fund to start manu- factories in that enterprising city. The nineteenth annual session of the State Baptist Association be gins at Houston next Wednesday. The new school building at Peaster Parker county is being put up by a joint stock company and will cost S30U0. The Womans' Missionary socie ty of North Texas met in confer ence at Greenville last week and was well attended. The troubles on the Houston and Texas Central over the employ- ment of a negro switchman has not been settled yet. "V-The First National bank of Aransas Pass at Aransas Pass Tex. capital stock SG0000 has been au- thorized to do business. Upham and Pitzlin are in active training for their tight at liaiverton on the 24 before the Athlet...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 October 1890

LOCAL KEWS. BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. Don't Find Fault. Don't bo a pessimist. Don't be a chronic kicker. If you can't say a good word for your neighbor for your street your town your county and state don't talk about them at all and if anybody questions you send them to vour cheerful neigh bor. Nothing is easier than fault finding. No talent no self denial no character is required to set up the grumbling business. Death of An Old lady. Mrs. Malone perhaps one of the oldest residents of Washington county died at the home of her son-in-law Mr. B. Lockridge five miles north of this city at 2 o'clock a. m. Tuesday. To the bereaved friends and. relatives the Banner extends its condolence. There is a good deal of travel on the railroads by the colored people on Sundays and extra coaches are put on for their accommodation. They sometimes mix up promiscu ously with the white people but there is one brakesman on the Cen tral that believes in the separate coach system and has the ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. OmrE-Low Building comer Sandy and- St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice Brenham Texas as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER -23 1590. NUMBER 43 1 SSMJfeS TO THE PUBLIC! ix " i 4? v lr'k'i Havino- selected the newest largest and most attractive line of CLOTHING Boots 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 jto 20 per cent less. I have started the business to continue it ; to do I 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 LW 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 k Mens Boys 15 ' Is very large. I can show you the prettiest as well as cheapest line - to re found .in the city. Respectfully E. HOFFMANN H&E&Jjq. SS1; Every old man ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

rl The Brenham Banner. (rUEI.ISUEO DAILY AOT TVZEKLY.) "Weekly 2 r. year in advance. TFr.n. Lec;al and trhnsient advertise- ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch fer first insertion and fitly cents per squire for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Jou.v F. "Weibcch Burton Texas. F. JI. Gbiffix Lyons Texas. Jo Mikeski Wesley Tczas. Paul C Streckeet. Caldwell. Texas Dillon and O'Brien are in France. The sugar crop is reported to be good aiouud Eichniond. The Street Kaihvay association is in convention at Buffalo. 2. Y. Senator Justin S. Morrill of Ver- mont has been re-elected by tlie legislature. The pope has summoned several archbishops of Europe to appear before him aj: an early date. Eepoi:ts from Vienna state that cruelties to the Americans by the Turks in Constantinople continue. The duty on lumber exported to the United States from Canada has been abolished by the latter govern- jnent. The heir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

STATE NEWS. A new postoflice has been es- tablished at Dunn Scurry county. The Central Texas Medical As- sociation met at Waco Tuesday. Henry Douglass a 16-year-old boy broke jail at Mt. Vernon Tues day. "Win. Griffin killed John Ransom in Houston Tuesday night; both col ored. A child of Colonel W. P. Gaines of Austin was kidnapped in Hous- ton Tuesday. The "West End Street Car com- pany of San Antonio has increased its stock 8100000. The State is going to employ able legal counsel to prosecute the Eagle Lake murderers. A New Orleans man wants to bore a deep well in Galveston to im- prove her water supply. The fatate Tuesday last pur- chased 12000 worth of Colorado county and 4000 Zavalla bonds. The Dick Duncan case has been placed in the hands of General Gar- land who'Svill act as attorney for Texas. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. The devil never fishes with a bare hook. "Whatever stifles religion. liberality chokes Love is the ten commandments in solution. the svnonym of Men who sit on her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

w The Weekly Banner SUPPLEMENT. Evbthquakes have been Tisitors in Panama. Bins- McAulifez wife of the pugilist is dead. The Ohio legislature convened in extra session Wednesday. President Harbison and party reached Washington Wednesday morning. TV TJriH onrl "Ed TUrtlett. ChicaCO pugilists will fight to a finish on JSovembor VJ. -in The old protective tariff of 1877 will again be attempted to be in- forced in Spain. The datejor the interment of Mr. Justicd-Miller and General Belknap has not yet'-been -announced. .' The case against Mr. O'Mahoney the Jriah nationalist" has been dis- missed by the croiro's counsel. Sixteen lives were lost on the Nova Scotia coast by the wrecking of the bark Mulberry Sunday night.. It" isH .estimated that thereare' over 200000 registered Vblersin Chicago. " .. v " Richard BeoW of.''St. Lo lidded Wednesday by jumping l tno Jiads bnage to rue water i; a distance of. 10U teeu ' lis stated in Wasnington tnat president will not call an extra Ron of congress...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR REPBESCTATlyE. We are authorized to announce M. M. Felder as the democratic nomineo for Rep- resentative Irom "Washington county to the u legislature. FOR FLOATER. "We are authorized to announce Henry G. Klnp of Caldwell as the democratic nominee for flatonal representative for Washington -Leand Burleson counties in the 22d Legis lature. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is aathorized to announce Beauregard Bryan as the Democratic nom- inee for district attorney of the 21st Judi- cial distr cL FOR DISTRICT CLERK. YTq are authorized to announce A. M. Kxco as the democratic nominee for Dis- trict Clerk of Washington county. FOR COTOTT 4DDGE. We are authorized to announce Lafay- ette Kirk as the democratic nominee for re-election to the office of County Judge of Washington county. for cotnrrr attorney. Wn are authorized to announce Ben S "Rogers as the democratic nominee for County Attorney of Washington county. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. Kt cz T.vftnirfm ? lipwliv announced ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

The Weekly Banned J. G. RAIfKIN Proprietor. Thursday Oct. 231890. The gold discoveries near Ard more I. T. are reported to be very rich. The steamer Annie Young burned on Lake Superior Monday morning. Eight men were lost. The White river Plutes in Colo- rado have crossed their reservation and aro creating trouble. It is generally believed that Mc- Kinley of tariff fame will be defeated for ro-elction to congress. Jonx Moblev in a speech Monday said that Balfour was incompetent to be at the head of the Irish govern- ment. i.i Tut- assassins of Dave Hennessy the police of New Orleans claim have been captured and are in jail in that city. Chauscev M. Depew declares that Grover Cleveland is a "typical American." A typical American is the kind of a man we would like to see President again. Ir a man proves traitor to the party which nominated him what as- surance can the people have that he will not prove a traitor to them if ihey elect him. The Missouri and Arkansas divi- sions of the St...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

i t Ich bis bli- Iho .of .at 2d ty. ' lind I the LOCAL NEWS. Miss Nettie Williams Mr. Dan "Williams Miss Genevieve Muse and left for the Dallas Fair Monday. Mr. H. Becker and wife Mr. F. W. Schuerenberg and wife and Mr. E. E. Graber left for the Dallas Fiar Sunday. The hunting party that went up on the Xegua Saturday caught plenty of fish killed a wild duck and had a fine time. Mr. Llatt recently sold his large farm below Wesley for S20 an acre and lias purchased another in Falls county for $25 per acre. Fob the benefit of those interes- ted the Banner will again state that all obituary notices published will be charged for at half rates. The little caps that the ladies now wear tp the theater are particularly becoming and those who sit behind greatfully admire the fashion. The falling off in the prlco of cot- ton has had a tendency to decrease the receipt for the past few days though the usual amount was mar- keted here Saturday. The recent fire next to Lockett's stables taught his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

The Weekly Banner J. G. RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday Oct. 23 1890. The foreign ironmen are visiting Birmingham Ala. Several coke burners severely burned at Pittsburg Friday. An explosion at Cleveland 0. Frl day resulted m tne injury oi a dozen men. i i Chacncet 31. Depew spoke to the Brotherhood of Locomotive En gineers Friday at Pittsburg. - The Leland hotel Syracuse N. Y. burned Friday morning. Several lives were lost many injured and the loss to property great. The Supreme Council of the Pro- testant Church of Prussia has is- sued a circular instructing the clergy to denounce the Socialist movement. Colonel Toji Ochiltbee was in Paris at last accounts. An Anglo- American newspaper published in that city gives some tips from the colonel on the French races. Governor Francis and party left Jefferson City Mo. Friday for Dal- las where the governor will deliver the opening address at the state fair. i A terrible tragedy occurred at Perth Amboy N. J. on Wednesday. A woman killed hersel...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

STATE NEWS. Tho dam at Austin is assured. 4 Albany has oted incorporation. Dr. 0. B. Park of Jefferson is dead. Abilene is boring for an artesian Avell. Corsicana has started a soap factory. A soap factory has been stalled at Corsicana. The sheep men are preparing to drive South Stock sheep are steadily ad- vancing in price. Solomon Steibert broke jail at Del Eio Thursday. The Presbyterian synod is in session at San Antonio. City control of public schools was defeated at Alvarado. To-day closes the Falls county fair; it has been successful. J. Ficholas has been appointed postmaster at Black Jack Tex. Perry I. T. wants a new and shorter mail route of Henriett. The "Estacado Press" is one of the latest nswspaper ventures. Ed Harris of Abeline danger- ously stabbed nimself Thursday. The cotton worms are doing much damage near Gainesville. The' late heavy rains have retarded cotton picking in West Texas. There have been' some wool sales in the Laredo country lately. Geo. McDonald fell o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 October 1890

K G LOCAL STEWS. J-BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. tVliat Kverybody SajB Must be True. Every man woman and child knows that the Sells Brothers' cir cus upon its last visit to this place was by far the best circus organiza tion that ever came tins way. nis year these enterprising managers have formed a corner on the show- business by consolidating Barrett's World's Fair with their enormous exhibition and after this season it will be hard for the average show to satisfy the public with a moderate exhibition. The people when once educated to expect .big things are not satisfied with commonplace or little ones. After this season a cir cus to attract the attention of our citizens will have to be of a high order because it must come into comparison with the show that pre ceded it and as Sells Urotners ana Barrett's United Shows are much larger than any other in this country there will be no room for the small fry. These two shows will spread their huge tents in Brenham .Mon- day Oct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 October 1890

AM WEEKLY BANNER. OmenLow Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Po-tofiico Brenham Texas as second class matter. YOLTJME XXV. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 30 1S90. NUMBER 44 TO THE PUBLIC! "!-.- 7 ' Having selected the pi nTUiAif fiLU 1 niliUj f-uniiidniiiy wuyyj Boats Shoes Hats &c.? 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 Mens m u Is very large. I can- show you the prettiest as well as cheapest line :o be ipund in the city. Respectfully :.: uVEadxi St? ZBxoxilxairL? Toss::- Thorough and frequent bathing is th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 October 1890

? i .. vrnTS. I The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY A3TD WEEKLY.) TVeokly 2 r. jear in advance i:i.i:CTO NOTTS Ac flip election is uraiuug j nearit-rforevvoto wno desires iu u-o - lor tUQ UCDLmiu ":!. u10 -i i-t rv flovotn v ruusiuui i A Si CI'llI' III LU.l.t - T - T.-Legal d tiert '-Tf candidates who are-offering ; them- rffS P4TdSff ccnu Lives for the various ofcees Let increase of property values paying for the advertising. says aucn"ic5 " - after Ykho rnrther lrtlcular of the VVcdiUnp;. The marriage of Mr. Jules Koll mey to Miss Lizzie Koch at the i evidence of the bride's mother on Sandy street Wednesday evening ui ......mi .t jtiM ACAiaii"-11"' oauuy fiucci ntuin... 0' . So far the campaign in Washing- which general mention was inaue xu 1 A.AAm inrr V rri-. Hov a KWVF.T!. u.i:ct;u.iAJrtj i xuuiouaj --- t juvitba ..- - . - ;rt P Ob&.oticosandtributeofresPcc. sertedathalfpnce solves for the various omira- - o a republican in uiuq""- us consider first the state offices elect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 October 1890

s ir AKXOUXCiaiENTS. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce M. M. Feltjer as the democratic nominee for Rep- resentative irom Washington county to the zza legislature. KOR FLOATSR. We are authorized; announce Henry O Klnjj of Caldwell n the ocmi critic nominee for flatonal representative for Wuhinton Lee and Burleson counties in the 22d J-egis laturc. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. The Banner is aithorized to announce Beauregard Bryan as the Democraticnom- inee for district attorney of the 21st Judi- cial distr ct FOR ri6TBICT CLERK. We are authorized to announce A. M. Kruo as the democratic nominee ' for Dis- trict Clerk of Washington county. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce LAfay- ktte Kirk as the democratic nominee for reflection to the office of County Judge of Washington county. for comrrr attobnet.- "Wb are authorized to announce Ben S. Rosnts as the democratic nominee for County Attorney of Washington county. XUK TJUL AasJUWtU . E. G. Lanohammkr is herehy an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 October 1890

The Weekly Banner J. G. KAMI. Proprietor. Thursday Oct. 30 1S90. Dhaion and O'Brien sailed Satur- day foi America SeNVTOE CaHLISLE stump in Ohio. will take the Te thousand people were at the Dallas fair grounds Sunday. Theee is said to be much suffer- ing among the settlers of Oklahoma. A hee in Mobile Ala.. Sunday de- stroyed over half a million dollars worth of property. "R. G. Betts of New Orleans made records Sunday of twenty-five and fifty miles on a satety wheel H. JjonAM was elected first grand engineer by the engineers brother- hood at Pittsburg Saturday. A Compaq has been organized in Michigan to compete against the glass trust lecently formed in Toledo. Ik a speech Saturday Mr. Glad- Stone advocated the consolidation of the three Presbyterian churches in Scotland. Ex-Albeem "William. P. "vThelan -was mortally wounded Sunday in a Chicago saloon by John H. Hatha- way a gambler. Jo-eph H. Beows. the former mer- chant prince of Fort Worth died Sunday in St. Louis He was only 4...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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