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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 to,Clifton, 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...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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 63,857,-) 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 Hat,fields, 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 dire...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 13 November 1890

LJIWHI u'WfllJlJU ' 1L HU-XLJ1.J II 1 UJTJIUAim.l....L'J.aaM 4 w 'itr STATE NEWS. The wheat crop of Hunt county is about planted.. Bids will soon be advertised to build the jetties at Galveston. Cotton picking in most localities of Bosque county will soon be over. Dr. Shelton of Fort "Worth has been adjudged insane and locked up. The McClosky base ball teams played in Austin Saturday and Sun day. A new mill and gin has just been completed at Benjamin,- Knox county. The Tassa Belle furnace, at New Birmingham, was lighted "Wednesday. The value of the pecan crop in Tom Green county is estimated to amount to $25,000. Tue Ennis cotton compress has handled over 30,000 bales of cotton- so far this season. In "Williamson county the excel lent weather is rapidly closing out the last of the cotton crop. One Mexican killed another at San Marcos Wednesday night, and made his escape. The late fine weather in Navar ro county has caused the cotton to roll into market very rapidly. Wolfe city- has ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 13 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. An Enjoyable Social. The social party at the residence of Mr. E. A. Franklin Tuesday night, given in honor of Miss Mamie Lloyd, was a most enjoyable affair, and at tended by the following couples : Miss Lizzie Dwyer and Ed. Graber. " -Eula Gee and K. Scurry. " Mary Gee and "W. M. Moss. " Lizzie Thornton and J.Fisher. " Nettie Estes aDd L W.Beattie. " Hettie Harrison & Will Lusk. " Bella Tamplin k J. H. Simon. " Ethel Muse and S. G. Lusk. " Hester Abbott and H. Lusk. " Mamie Lloyd & T. A. Holland.' " H. Simon and D. C. Williams. " Lula Waters and Jas. W. Gee. " Benita Byrnes and D.E. Black burn. Miss Mabel Harrison and A. E. Wangemann. Miss Willie Traynham and Thomas Dwyer. There were perhaps others whose . name the reporter failed to get, in attendance. To the efforts of Mr. Thos. Hol land is due the success of this most enjoyable social gathering. ISomls or County ORlcens. The bonds of the county officers recently elected, have all been made, and will be approve...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

BREUJHAM WEEKLY BANNER, Office tow Building, comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoince, Brenbam, Texas, as second class matter. rOLTJME XXV.. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20," 1S90. NUMBER 47 FALL IN LINE ALL YGU PEOPLE Who wish to see a bright and beautiful display of Charming Christmas Novelties ITor the Season of 1890 ! Popular Selections at Popular Prices! Are f aatures 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 fhit ou can secure desirable gifts of any grade and at any price you my wish to expend. Our beautiful Holiday display is worth your in spection. . rlease. call, Uur selections are so new and varied, cover- Lg so wide a range' of .usefulness and desireability, th...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

The Brenham Banner. (rUBLISUED DAILY A3TD TVEFKLT.) Weekly, S2 a year, in advance. m T 1 .,. troneient fldvertise- Hent? inserted at one dollar per fqnare ot ono inch for first insertion, annuuj u per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in serted at half price. OUK AGENTS. John F. Weibusch, Burton, Texas. F. M. Gbiffu.-, Lyons, Texas. Jo Mikeski, Wesley, Texas. Tabl C. Streckekt, Caldwell, Texas The bishop dead. of Rio de Janeiro is EurEBOr. "William opened tlie Prussian diet 'Wednesday. Judge Dok A. Paedee opened court at-Galveston Thursday. The North Kiverbank of New York closed its doors "Wednesday. 411 Tnt. Farmer's Advocate of Kansas calls upon the fanners to get ready for 1892. 5 "" Peof. Kock will found a hospital ; at Berlin for the treatment of con sumption by his method. Joseph Gazzolo, an Italian, living at St. Louis, has been comdemed to death by the New Orleans Mafia. in The seventeenth annual conven " tion of the "Woman's Chri...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

THE UTTLE TIN CUP. Whoa, Betty! How do, sir? Is this here tbo 'syu.a for folk as Is mad! Itkir? Wal,tny Lucy's to ham, sir cot ravin'; oh, no jlst a fad .And ef I'd my own way X wouldn't fce thlnUn o fetchln her here; But It ain't no use argj-ra' matters when suter In laws interfere. Tou see, It were this how: last harvest wo parted with baby with Cbicfc; Thevootiest child In the kentry; the romplnest, 'fore he got sick; And his mother, poor gal, toot it badly when wo telled her as baby was dead, For she didn't shed tears liko she'd orter, but set thar a shakia' her head. And when Uaby was put -la iho parlor she crep' sof ly up to the box, .AnJwebeerdhersay, Go to sleep. darliaV as ehe brushed back his bootif ul locks. Cutuex'day be was sleepln' herself, sir, when they come from xhetaowu with the hearse. So wo went to the graveyard without her, and saved her the 'stencs, or worse. Wak when we got -back from the fun'ral thai was Lucy a gettm' the tea; On the table was three cups and ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

n- The Weekly Banner SUPPLEMENT. A rumors Welsh coast. storm prevails on the A KE1 OLUTIOX Honduras. is reported from The legislature of nation is in session. the Cherokee t? Governor Cammsell of Ohio is re ported seriously ill. Theke were panicky feelings on "Wall street Monday. EvEEB0ir seems to be going hunting these days. The Chinese are warring among themselves in San Francisco. The National Fraternal congress is in session at. Pittsburg. m John T. Walker & Son, New York, inipoters of silks, failed Tuesday. Several stock brokers made as signments in New York Tuesday. Ten persons were killed in a rail way wreck near London Tuesday. The stock market was more quiet when the exchange closed Tuesday. The Grand Duke Nicholas is re ported to be m a serious condition. James Steuthehs, a broker, died from applexy on Wall street Mon- day. . The general assembly of the Knights of Labor is in session at Denver. Fifteen people were injured in a railroad wreck at Hynnys, Mass., Tuesday. ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS., Policesiax Jons Iiockett arrested Henry "Williams Thursday afternoon on a charge of swindling. Ho sold a couple of bales of cotton to Mr. Thos. Dwyer, which were claimed and attached by Mr. John Chad wick. The dance Thursday night at Eldridge Hall, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Kollmey, was well attended, the cold rendering the oc casion pleasant for those who like to trip the light fantastic toe, and it was a late hour before the partici pants dispersed. On Mr. Heber Stone's place near liere Wednesday evening the 10-year-old daughter of Mr.'Wm. Young was thrown from a horse against a wire fence, one of the barbs inflict ing a serious flesh wound on one of her lower limbs. Dr. Lockett was summoned and sewed up the wound. Capt. Btbxes completed his term of office in the Clerks office Thurs day evening and this morning Mr. O. A. Seward will be found there ready to serve the public. The ' Captain has made a faithful, efficient officer, ana was always as accomoaa tin...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

.'iW mjP . The Weekly Banner J. O. KAXKISf. Proprietor. Thursday, KoTember, 20, 1890. Ixgalls confidently believes be will bo re-elected. The revolution in Honduras is reported to be at an end. A riuleoad accident in Russia Saturday killed fifty men. Prince Adolph and Princess Vic toria will wed soon at Berlin. A hundred peasants were shot in a riot near Moscow last week. General Boulanger will engage in journalism in Pans nest spring. 'Secretary Peoctge has submitted Lis annual report to the president. Three men met their death by a railroad accident in Iowa Saturday. Mr. Tarsell denies that he will abandon the leadership ot tne irisn party. T?imviRcnii. nfc London report that they have passed the critical point. The financial situation in New York continue to be alarming and exciting. m The called meeting of railroad presidents in New York has been postponed. Professor Koch is meeting with great success with his consumption cure in Berlin. TflE'Eansas CityPackingcompany of Kansas ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

s V LOCAL NEWS. There are rumors of a few mar riages in the near future. With electric lights Brenham would make a long and progressive stride forward. Officers of the court say that there is so few offenders of the law that the courts are exceedingly dull. It is said that Brenham is to have another large wholesale house, which will be opened up on the 1st of Jan uary 1891. The Exchange is undergoing thor ough repairs and will probably be opened the latter part of the week or the first of next The trains for the past two nights have been crowded to standing ca pacity with people going to the deep water celebration. A raw and handsome swinging sign now graces the front of Messrs. Reichardt & hardware store on Sandy Seelhorst street. Mb. Hillebt Vinson, formerly of this place, but now of Palestine, is the happy father of a bouncing all of them are bouncing baby girl. The Knights of Honor received Monday a sealed certificate for $2000 to pay benefit of J. T. Swearingen. The Lodge i...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

The Weekly Banner J. O. RANKIN. Proprietor. Thursday, XoTember, 20, 1890. The democrats in Tom Reed's district have concluded not to con test his seat. Dr. Koch Las decided not to pub lish his secret of the composition of hisinoccul atinp fluid. The bill changing the capital from Guthrie to Kingfisher has been sent to the governor for his signature. Pat Calhoun of Georgia has been nominated by the democratic caucus to oppose General Gordon for the senate. R. G. Dux & Co., in their weekly review of trade, report the commer cial interests throughout the coun try in a satisfactory condition. - ill '- It is said that owing to the de ficiency in sight, that Postmaster General Wanamaker will not recom mend 1 cent letter postage in his forth coming message. It is now charged that the present drop in stocks has been brought about by Jay Gould, in order to get even with "Wanamaker for his efforts to establish a postal telegraph sys tem, and in that way affect unfavor ably Gould's Western...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

& B STATE NEWS, much free Burnet county cotton is Letter than last year. Bastrop expends $25,000 school money this year. The crops in Caldwell county are about all housed. Red Siver had fallen very low before this last rain. Henrv Georce stioko in Dallas "Wednesday night. An averasro crop of cotton is reported from Hamilton county. The Falls county crops in gen eral have been better than last year. The cotton crop is Grayson county will soon be all harvested. Bobert Chambers, a fisherman, was drowned at Aransas Pass Thurs day. Tndffa Amos P. Foster, -of Austin, a well known Tesa-j, is dead. Cotton is much better in Van Zandt county than farmers had ex pected. Cotton in Houston county has exceeded the expectation of the planters. The bulk of the cotton crop is picked in Hunt county, though some fields are still white. E. G. Lanham was attacked near Sherman by a pet deer Thurs day and badly gored. Cotton picking will probably continue in the viciDlty of Victoria until after the ho...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. The city schools are well attended. "Old winter. citizens' predicts a severe The real estate market of Bren ham is quiet but firm. Misses Hannah and Rebecca Simp son, oi jrmiacieipnia, are visinng their sister, Mrs. Thos. Dwyer. The regular weekly meeting of the Knights of Pythias was held Wed nesday night Let's have electric lights for street illumination. The days of the kerosene lamps in cities has passed. Owing to'the bad condition of the roads and the depression of the mar ket cotton receipts have been ery bght here this week. Thb delightful, bright sunny weather now experienced in the sec tion is an eloquent advocate in be half of the most delightful climate to be found upon the face of the earth. Mr. T. Eobersox has commenced the job of plastering and cementing all the cracks and joints in the stone work around the court house, and from the appearance of what work he has completed will make a good job of it and improve the appear ance of the building. "Washington ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. Ij$ Office Low Building, comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice, Brenham, Texas, as second class matter. VOLUME XXV. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1S90. NUMBER 4S i P' . : & XM uf.N3 FALL IN LINE ALL YOU PEOPLE Who wish to see a bright and beautiful display of Charming Christmas Novelties IPor 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 Feesh, 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 in spection. Please call. Our selections are so new and varied, cover incr so wide a range of usefulness a...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

WWLWi-mi.Ti'iihii'imai-H lA.T3V-M.muiJiai-UMlJZ-j:JKVX::i.-lUtaTESUXtMAXM ' h i 1 The Brenham Banner. (rUBLlSUED DAILY A5TD TnZELT.) "Weekly. S2 a ve.ir. in advance. Tphmj Tjx-nl .and transient advertise ments inserted'at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion, ana any ecn: ner souare for each subsequent insertion, Obituary notices and tribute of res . serted at half price OUB AGETS. Joiix- F. "Weibusch, Burton, Texas. F. 31. G biffin, Lyons, Tei.as. Jo Mikeski, Wesley, Texas. Tadl C Streckert, Caldwell. Texas General Sanchez, of Honduras, of revolutionary fame, has commit ted suioide. Pakxell Las signified bis inten tionof remaining at the helm of the nationalists in parliament. 31ns. Potted. Palmer was Thurs day elected president of the lady managers of the world's fair. Tiiuesdav was Confederate day at the Grimes county fair at Aavasota. There was a large" attendance. Gkovet. Cleveland delivered an .address to the jewelers at their ban quet in New York Thursday nig...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

i si, a ASK 53 LQGAL NEWS. The promptitude with -which netv comers are served to work the road here, constrained a knight of the load, and a jumper of the blind bag gages and freights, to give his expe rience over in Louisiana not long since. He struck a good job in Ternon Parish, but befoie he could boarding on an order, notwithstand ing that he had only been in the parish three days and the state less than ten, he was warned to work on the public road for fifteen days. He asked how about board,and was told that the law made no provisions. He took the matter under consider ation. If he threw up his job to work' the road his board order would otop. If he refused 'he would be arrested and perhaps made to work the fifteen days and then a number sufficient to pay his board, so he de cided to take Horace Greely's ad vice, threw up his job and reached here via blind bagcrage 24 hours later. Mayor Court. There were four cases before his Honor, Mayor "Wilkins, Friday morning, and were disp...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

KiriTwa The Weekly Banner J. O. RAXKIX. Proprietor. Thursday, November, 27, 1890. August Belmont of Now York died Monday. Seeioos floods are reported from Austria. The lato constitutional convention of-Mississippi cost that state 80, 000. The race troubles in South Caro lina havo ended and the leaders are in jail. The Indian scaro in the northwest is still exciting. The dances con tinue. . It is said in Loudon that Farnell will retiro as leadePof the Irish na tionalists. The American Irishman appears to be a more successful politician than the home affair. Ehpeeoe "William has bestowed the grand cross of the Order of the -Ited'Eagle on Prof. Koch. - b Attoexey-Gexeeal Miller decides that newspaper guessing contests do not fall within the anti lottery law. It is said that the Postmaster General will try theexperimentof free delivery in small towns of 500 population. Just as the election of Thomas Jefferson broke up the federal party, so did the defeat of McKinly destroy republicanism...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

LOCAL JNBWS. There was a good crowd in the city Saturday and trade was lively. The employes of the Santa Fe were made happy by the arrival of the pay checks here Monday. Mr. W. J. Frederick, of San Fe lipe, spent Sunday in the city, in fact Brenhain has quite an attrac tions for him and he spends as msay Sunday's here as elsewhere. Sparks from a passing train two and a half miles from the city, set fire to the grass in Mr. Keike's 'pas ture Friday evening, burned off his and a neighbors pasture and all the fencing around them. Tbkre is a movement on foot which it is believed will be consum mated in the next 60 days that will agreeably surprise the citizens of Brenham. Enterprising business men authorize this statement, but would say nothing more. Oca Baptist brethren are trying to secure the services of Rev. 0. C. Green, of Sealy, as pastor of the Baptist church of this place. He will be here nest Sunday and preach Sunday night at the Baptist church. The opening of the New Exchange ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

"' ?2 A a o tti i u f&? K- if 14 T iA- .1 The"eekly Banner JT. G, IlAJJffitN, Proprietor. Thursday, November, 27, 1890. Jack ilirus was hanged at Knos Tille, Tenn., Friday. Dorset Erjr.utD3 was hanged at YazooXJity, 3J., Friday. Jay Gonu thinks there are better times in store for Wall street. MncH,gicitement still prevails in the Northwest over the Indian situ ation. A cobweb party was recently given at Corpus Christi. It must have been a very thin afiair. The Irish members of Parliament have had a meeting and resolved to remain true to Parnell. "NA chabtek was filed in Topeka, Kan., Friday for the building of a road from Omaha to Galveston. It is reported that Jay Gould has secured a controlling interest in the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe rail road. The New Yoik Sun is for Hill and againBt Cleveland, and it is a "tower of strength" to any man, or party, whose cause it espouses. San. An tonio light Jjet's see, wasn't the Sun for But ler against Cleveland? Oh! yes, the Sun is a...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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