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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 October 1890

Ili-ifilBTTr iiiiui i iiiiu ...ii ijmm Kx' IT- m L LOCAL NEWS. Next Tuesday is election day. The bar rooms did a big business Monday. Look out for nest Tuesday. tbe mixed tickets Democrats should be careful to read their tickets before depositing them in the ballot bcx nest Tues- day. Read every name on your ticket and see that no Republican or In dependent has been sandwitched thereon. A mot belonging to the circus got Lis leg broken SHnday morning by Laving it struck with a wagon tongue. Mb. Louis- Jryau and others whose names will be announced la- ter will speak on the court house square Friday night. There will be speaking here next Friday night instead ot Veduesday as previously announced. Every- bodv invited to come out. IIASOU1X A Lively Scrap. At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. i There were numerous "fakes" in J. Kollmey. Friday evening Connor I the city Monday one of which was Hose Co. No. 1 were tendered a su- tbo ola lmoud she11 trick for catch- Illy BUCixUlS. JUU Ul IUUU1 ...

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 — 30 October 1890

The Weekly Banner J. G. BANKIN. Proprietor. DE3I0CK.VTIC TICKET. Thursday Oct. 30. 1890. ELECTION NOTES. a 4.0 vnf. meetiur there was a speaking by some of tbe democratic candidates and as the Republican candidate for county judge was present be was invited by tbe demo- tu tn'snPftk also which be very -wisely declined to do as be could f nrn ha moutb without putting his foot in it. Mr. Rogers in bis Bpeecb stated that be bad urougtii some legal cap paper witb him and -f rr -RronRphe. the republican can didate for county judge could sit down and write a charge to a jury in a case 0$ assault and battery by the nest morning that 0. C. Cain the colored Republican candidate for the Legislature couldn't pick to pieces be would withdraw Judge -r-vt.- frnm the race and let Broesche be elected. The challenge was not accepted. Judge Kirk wiU be 1 elec- ted by an overwhelming majority. A. M. Krug the democratic nomi- nee for District clerk has been a deputy in the county clerk's office for som...

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 — 30 October 1890

r ajeaatjtfjqattjBUJiiiiiiiiinwwjJiw-ygg STATE NEWS. Tn fbrvell county the corn crop is light. Thursday Vas drummers day at the Dallas Fair. An immense -wheat crop is as- sured in Jones county. Hon. Buck lulgore spoke at J?ittslnrg Thursday. A fair Association at Austin was organized Thursday. San Antonio has taken the con- tract to finish the new city hall. Governor Ross will attend the jubilee convention at Galveston. q j. Ford a prominent saloon keeper of Kyle uiea eauesuuj. Corn 'in Coleman county will average twenty bushels to the acre. Robert Collins killed "Win. Knapp at Blanco a day or two ago. A negro boarding house was burned in Marshal Wednesday night. Governor Taylor and staff from Tennessee arrived in Dallas Thurs- day. Daniel W. Hudson has been commissioned postmaster at Paint Rock. A few cotton fields in Bosque county will turn out a bale to the acre. Pnlontino has a Drocressive Association with a membership of 200. Cotton in Collin county is turn- ing out much better...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 October 1890

: LOCAL NEWS. Is Austin county there are four canaidates for the. Legislature one of whom is Mr. John G. Bell who is runninrr on an anu-connmbsiuu ter. .llarrlBRe license. xinm;v.r. ;c tVio lief of inarriase i;.onpS issiieS for the week ending I latform. anQ during the progress Wednesday Oct. 22 1S90: 0f the campaign Mr. Bell speaks Carl Lamp to Hed.wig Linstaed- j agaiust the commission. A gentle man who was down there recently heard one of his speeches in which L. Hunt to Delia M. he said that the commissien was .;nE( tr. "111 of Eicrhts" Back in the old Empire State of Georgia which by the way may have been the home of the speaker many is sues are called infringments on the "Bill of Rights'' but that the com- mission is against the "Bill of Eights"' is a new perversion and the worst we ever heard on which Mr. Bell alone is entitled to a patent. fipnr jc Birkelbach to Anna Piel Kobt E. Meadows. Stanislaus Cyvelski to Kataryor Hoffmann. Edward Ebelt to Amalia Hampe. Gustav Koch to ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. OmcE Low Building comer Sandy tind St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice Brenham Texas as second class matter. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 6 1S90. NUMBER 45 VOLUME XXV. FALL IN LINE ALL YOU PEOPLE Who wish to see a bright and beautiful display of Charming ; Christmas Novelties For the Season of 1890 ! Popular Selections at Popular Prices! Are features of this magnificent stock which par- ticularly recommend it to HOLIDAY BUYERS. Appropriate sensible gifts for old and young in the greatest variety of Fresh New Styles mak- ing the matter of selection an easy and pleasant recreation. Low PRICED PRESENTS medium priced presents and costly presents of every kind and description so that you can secure desirable gifts of any grade and at any price you my wish to expend. Our beautiful Holiday display is worth your m- crfi'nn Please call. Our selections are so new and varied cover- : J nrra.f ncAfnWcc anrl rlesiren.hilitv. that it IS lmoOSSlble not to find an a...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

The Brenham Banner. (rUBLISHZD DAILY AJfD WEEKLY.) Weekly S2 a year in advance. Tfems. Legal and transient adertisc--TnenU inserted at one dollar per square of one men lor Lrst insertion ana nity cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Jons F. "WsnJTrscn Burton Texas F. M. Gbifjtx Lyons Texas. Jo Miemki Wesley Texas. Paul C. Streckekt Caldwell Texas The troubles between the opera- tors and the Western Union at St. iouis have been amicably settled. Tiie census office promises the completion of the census of the union probably the latter part of luis.wees. In Pennsylvania the democrats and republicans both claim the State by majorities ranging from 5000 to 40000. Hi CotfaEESSsrAN Ceisp of Georgia enr-a rli rlofonf if TTATirv P.olinf. lodge the author of the election uiu is prouaoie. VOTK lllQIIT. If you have not niado up your mind for who you will vote nest Tuesday stop and review the his- tory of t...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

Vi STATE NEWS. Terrell now rejoices in electric lights. Rev. Dixon "Williams is holding a revival in Waco. The TJvaldeReflector is clamorus for a new market house. Tho Methodist conference met in San Antonio Wednesday. A Louisiano baby won the first prize at the Dallas Exposition. Attornoy-General Hogg left Washington'for Austin Tuesday. Geese brant and duck are com- ing in rapidlv says the Beeville Bee. A board of trade with thirty charter members has been organized in Moody. Plans have been submitted for a 10000 stone hotel to bo built in Hallettsville. The Eagle Pass Opera Houso company have aaveitisea ior wie proposals. The corner stono of the now oourthouBO in Uvalde vas laid by the Masonic order. Wild ducks and fgeese in vast flocks have recently flown south- ward Over Rockdale. Corn is light in Hays county potatoes an excellent crop and cot- ton in good shape. The annual reunion of the Terry's Texas brigade was held at Bastrop Tuesday. Dr. L. A. Bryan an estimable gentleman o...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

The Weekly Banner ; SUI?rXESlElS"T. Bob Bedding anortorious Georgia negro desperado has been killed. A riRE visited Apalachicola. Fla.i Tuesday causing a losa of $150000. Mm. Ja5.-e CiiEJias mother of Samuel Clemens the author is dead. Four hundred steam fitters went out on a strike Monday in Chicago. Matoe Mo3sr of Cincinnati has appointed the new board of city af- faiis. Tue Farmers Review at Chicago estimates the potato crop to be very short. Wm. Locxees-' of Minneapolis has been appointed judge advocate general of the G- A. E. i Gladstone extolled the virtues and benefits of free trade 11 speech in Scotland Tuesday. There is much excitement among the Sitting Bull Indians near the Standing Kock agency. -Joseph Gibsos. a prominent citizen of Hiawas&e Georgia. was foully murdered Saturday night. It is reported that Mexico has im- posed a taxed of $500 per car on cattle from the United States. A fike at Eureka Springs. Ark- Tuesday burned thirty-eight houses. The loss will reach...

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

rLOCA.L NEWS. Brenliam!s BarHanquetB Kryan. In the law office of Messrs. Gar- iett & Searcy Wednesday evening a xoyal farewell banquet was s pread in honor of. Xouis It. Bryan Esq. who will soon take his departure for the mouth of tho Brazos. The ban quet was a slight tokeii of the es- teem in which JUr. Bryan is held by his fellow practitioners and tho eu- logies of his career here and the many regrets of his depaiture as well as the erodd wishes for his suc cess wero no small part of the nu merous toasts and fully testified to -his popularity. The banquet was served by the ladies Exchange Restaurant by or- der of the Brenham bar and was a feast elegantly prepared and suita- ble for the occasion a credit to whoever suggested the menu. Sparkling champaign flowed freely and over and often were toasts drank and responded to- by different members of the bar. Prom an as- semblage of astute lawyers gathered .around the f estivo board for a last jollification with a departing fellow m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

The Weekly Banner J. a 1XAKI" Proprietor. Thursday Noreiiiber 6 1890. The king of Holland is crazy. Jai-Gocld is southward bound Me. BxLForE Dublin. has returned to The trial of the police at Tippera- ry continues. Dillon' and OBnen arrived in New York Sunday. The clericals and the radicals are to have a war of words in Switzerland. - .1 ..! Jack McAcliffe will not fisrht Billy Meyer. He is going to Eu- rope. The steamer Leona which burned in New York on Saturday was fully insured. The census has been completed. The population of the United States is C240Sj54ti. Ten thousand ainers at Scott- dale Pa. threaten to quit work on -to day election day. A coxTEfEXTAL storm is predicted Tjy Professor W. T. Foster between now and the Stn. James H. Edgar's death in New York is a mystery and is causing much police investigation. . After November the executive of- fices of the St. Louis and.San Fran cisco railroad will be in Boston. George Shdjh a notorious Cali- fornia stage robber has been ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Let's bore for an artesian well. Pkaieie Hill is declared off. a stand- What about the racing after Uavasota Fair. the And they sold all the way from 15 cents to $150. J. J. Habbis came from hero to vote the Democratic Dallas ticket. Eleven car loads of produce were received by Mr. H. Fisher Monday. Abbaxgesients for a big "shoot" are being perfected for the near fu ture. t ' Jno. Davis came all the way from Cameron with no other business than to vote the Democratic ticket. Mabbted at the court house Mon day evening Justice Curry oiliciat inc. Mr. F. Lugnaux to Miss Lina Schlencke. Mabbied in the court house Sun day Justice Curry officiating Mr. Jas. Brown to Miss Mary Carter. N6 cards. At Independence Hogg received 2GC votos; Flanagan 23; Mills 255: Roberts 25. The local democratic ticket received an average majority of 250. If the riageably hold out bonanza. cool weather and mar- inclined young people the county clerk - has a Six license was issued Monday. ( "Bluebeabd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

-The Weekly Banner J. G. RANKIN. Proprietor. fyrgrtav. November 6 1890. rUBUC SPEAKING. Friday night last to the sweet strains of music by the Light Guard Band a large crowd gathered on court square to listen to the pub- i; cnAAlririfT bv a number of speak- ers on the political issues of tne present campaign. The first to engage the attention of the assemblage was the speech of Col. D. C. Giddings. He reviewed the -Wafwmnl issues and arrayed the re publican party for the passage of the oppressive ana iniquitous ju."".7 "bill and their attempt to force upon bs tho still more oppressive and ob- noxious measure known as the Force bill the bill that would usurp r nVhb. as free men to cast a free ballot to control our elections the bill that would put ieaerai super- risors at the ballot boxes of a free people and force them at the point of Wnnets to surrender the privilege guarranteed by the constitution that of local self government. it u a masterly argument handled by an artist. The se...

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

V STATE NEWS. The Dallas fair will close on Sunday night The well digger makes money by the holesale.. Senator Hawley practices on the "violin every day. Denton will have electric lights and waterworks. Cotton in Williamson county will soon bo gathered. - Vernon has shipped over 150 carloads of wheat this season. The St. Johns savings Dank at St Augustine has suspended. A new bank building s under contract at Uvalde TJvalde county. The confederate home at Austin has fifty-six inmates and is crowded. A. 0. Upham challenges Paul Pitzlin of Houston for another prize fight. Natural gas in plentiful quantity has been discovered at Florence Ala. The estate of the late Henry W. Grady of Georgia amounts to about $175000. Henry George will lecture in Dallas on the 11th and 12th of November. C. C. Bovard died from the ef- fects of an epileptic fit Thursday at Marshall. Dave Fredrick gravel' hauler was fatally injured at Gainesville "Wednesday. Salt sprinkled over a carpet or floor -will cause...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 6 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Sunday a big drove of wild geeso passed over the city and soon after a young man out at Silkville saw a lone goose looking a little wild and thought it was one of the-gang. He procured a stick and slipping up be- hind a fence wounded it with well directed blow and scared it so bad that it arose and flewacross the field He followed it and succeeded in kill- in!; it. Shouldering his game he proceeded to the house and was boasting of his exploit when he was cooly informed that it would take $1 at least to satisfy the owner and that the old goose was too poor to eat. It is said that the young men has been scared some one would kill him for a goose ever since the occurrence. A Big Jewelry EbtabUflltment. In this issue will be found the mammoth triple column advertise- ment of the large Jewelry Establish- ment of H. W. Graber to which your attention is cordially invited. He boasts of the leading establishment of the kind in the city and invites you to call and inspect his stoc...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 13 November 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER Office-Low Building corner Sandy find St. Charles Street.. Entered at Postoffice Brenham Texas as second class matter. BKENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 13" 1S90. NUMBER 46 VOLUME XXV. FALL IN LINE ALL YOU PEOPLE Who wish to see a bright and beautiful display of Charming Christmas Novelties 3For the Season of 1890 ! n 1- OlAAAnn n Dr.rMi.Ql" DrMOol y rOpUlai OUICUIIUII5 ai rupuiai i uuio. m features of this magnihcent stocK wnicn. pai- cvarly recommend it to HOLIDAY BUYERS. Appropriate sensible gifts for old and young m the greatest variety of FRESH NEW STYLES mak- in the matter of selection an easy and pleasant recreation. Low PRICED PRESENTS medium priced presents and costly presents of every kind and description so that you can secure desirable gifts of any grade and at any price you my .wish to expend. Our beautiful Holiday display is worth your in- .0; Plse rail. Our selections are so new and varied cover- no- qo wide a ramre of usefulness and desireability ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 13 November 1890

The Brenham Banner. (PDBHSUED DAILY AND TVIZKLr.) "Weekly 2 r. year iu advance. Teems. Leral and transient adertise- jnents inserted at one dollar per square of ono inch for hrst inertion ana nttv cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obilnary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUK AGENTS. Join.- F. "Weibusch Burton Texas. F. II. Griffin Lyons Texas. Jo Mikeski 'Wesley Texas. Paul C. Streckert Caldwell Texas THE EFFECT OF ISErUlSLICAN MKAS- UISES. Coffee is advancing iu price. The Texas cotton crop is estimated at 1570000 bales. The nest house of Pennsylvania will be republican. The president of the trunk lines are in session in New York. LuHiSTOX the colored member from Virginia has beon defeated. Pbesidext Habbisox will not be in- terviewed on the election. Posthastes there will be Congress. Wanajiaker no extra session thinks of A riEE in Truckee Cal. Thursday destroyed proportv to the amount of S1C0.000. i Loud Coleridge chief justice of the crown...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 13 November 1890

-K-35& ! j .w LOCAL NEWS There was more than the usual amount of country produce in tho city Thursday all of which finds xeady sale at remunerative prices. Mas. "Willi ims and her daughter lliss Nettie who for the past few days have been the guests of Airs. Ed Hoffmann have returned to their home in Independence. J-WINEOFCARDUI aToaleforWomen. Oxe of Brenham'n most fascinating young ladies says that she is going to be married early in January but she wouldn't tell who was the for- tunate young. Da. Pmpps colored was pulled from bis horse near Wilkins ware- house Friday evening by a colored .school teacher Jack Colbert and pretty badly used up. The tramps broke into a fodder tarn out at Rosedale Friday night where they spent the night comfort- ably. They were not molested as they did no damage except the breaking open of the door. We Offer For Sale 20 desirable lots in the Town of San Angelo Tom Green county; a good speculation for somebody. Apply at New York Store. m llns. Chas....

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 13 November 1890

The Weekly Banner J. O. RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday November 13 1S90. The stockyards in Chicago will be removed. The anarchists had a big time in Chicago Sunday. - France intends to erect a monu ment to Garibaldi. It is said that Jav Gould is after Jobu Wanamaker's scalp. S-h-a-l l-o-t-s is the way a Hous- ton Post reporter spells it. Mrs. Lucy Parsons the female an archist is in jail at Newark. There is a creat deal of suffering in London among the poor people Jay Gocld is reported to be en gineering a big deal on "Wall street. Loud Coleridge chief justice of England is still in a critical condi tion. Dos Frederick Wolio minister to Costa Rico to the United States died Saturday. The republicans of New Hamp shire deny that the democrats have carried the legislature. Allen G. Thurman says the credit for the democratic tidal wave is due io Grover Cleveland. The leadership of the republican party has again been turned over to James Gillespie Blaine. ... i m It is reported that Senator ...

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 — 13 November 1890

J r LOCAL NEWS. A good deal of property is chang- ing hands now. "Wkteb is upon us and dreary winter at that. The farmers are digging potatoes and housing them; The small grain in the fields ad- jacent to the city look green and flourishing. Mb. W. M. Newsiax from near In- dependence will move to Coleman county in a day or two. Mb. Jas. Newsiax from near Wm. Penn has moved toClifton leaving with his family for that place Mon- day. Me. Hugh Jacksox of Independ- ence left for Bellville Monday night. He is on a prospecting' trip with a view of leaving this county. TV foot nut nt. Chadwick's pasture Sunday was not as largely attend- ' ed as some of those before the elec- tion but was none the less enjoyed by those present Mtoibr Brisce and Pennington re- turned Sunday night from a hunting trip down on the river and report thet they had lots of sport killing squirrels and ducks. Mr. Brisco killed one deer. Listen lSoj-d! Coxsidebable interest has been mor;foaforl lift in the race for ais...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 13 November 1890

.he Weekly Banner J. a. RANKIN Proprietor. Thnredny -November 13.1S90. The available balance now in the United States Treasury is 63857-) 30J. The Texas Farmer comes out -with a now head. If the condition of the order of which it is the offi- cial journal is to be judged bj Bro. Shaw's paper it is obviously in a flourishing condition. THE.McCoy-Hatfield fund of West Virginia is still on. One of the ilc- Coys who was known to have killed eight men has recently baen killed by one of the Hatfields and it is generally believed that his death will be avenged by friends of the McCoy faction. The Houston Post modestlv pa rades the fact that a woman of aver age intelligence got lost going from church and wandered about in Houston all night. This may have been on account of the "rapid growth of that city as the esteemed Post intimates but people somor times get lost in desert places and loose their head as it were on ac- count of the loneliness and fear of not finding anyone to direct them b...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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