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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 27 November 1890

STATE NEWS. -SCorpus Christi wants a cotton lactory.- Sam Jones is carrying on a revival at Palestine. "A. great many new houses are fcbing up at Corpus Christi. Two small fires "Wednesday at rainesville. Damage slight. IV. H. Leroy made a balloon as- msion and parachute leap at Nava- )ta Wednesday. McDufllo & Stribling, merchants Sftphur Springs, have made an Isignment. ' -Mr. J. juoiigtime, a merchant of Ichmond, committed suicide at puston Thursday night. -Work on the Corpus Christi Id South American railroad was kommenced last Wednesday. Antonio Gonzales, a Mexican ook at the McLeod hotel at Tyler, r lound: dead in nis room 'xnurs- lay. State Health Officer Eutherford s ordered the case of small pox at eakum to be removed from the aes Hamilton was lound i the road near Weatherford Kay. His death is clouded in tittle Joe Rodman, a 9-year-old Abiline.was lost in the woods ay and had not been found C. Fox, who lives near iwn desires information as vhereabouts of his brother is....

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. — 27 November 1890

LOCAL NEWS. Truck Growlnc. The nest meeting of the Truck Grower's Association will bo held the first Saturday in December at which time a full attendance of all members of the Association or those who expect to engage in any branch of truck growing next season, is ex pected to be present, as full arrange ments, plans, etc, -will be agreed upon in reference to the planting and division of the various crops of tin cominc season. With favorable conditions.and ade quate shipping facilities such as the AmorinKan nroDose to make, there is no crops that will pay more than the raising of melons, vegetables, etc., for market and it is to be hoped that the formation of this Associa tion and its efforts during the next season will meet with Buch success as well demonstrate beyond perad venture the practability of profitable truck growing in this section and open the eyes of the all cotton fer mer to the advantages of truck growing. The climate, soil, competing rail roads all conspire to give t...

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. — 27 November 1890

STATE NEWS. Judge C. C. Dewitt.of Gonzales. is dead. Four cases, of small-pox are re ported from DlKRio.. There is a case of small-pox re- tea at oakum. aber.of prospectors MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. patT6T rail assignment. Tom Hall was Rfiriniiqlv cnt lw Lijie Farmer in a difficulty jit Lock hart Tuesday night The range is fine in Williamson county, and stock will go into the winter in excellent condition. The Northwest Texas confer ence recently in session at Abilene adjourned Wednesday night. Austin has been selected as the next place for holding the Texas Methodist annual conference. Kansas excursionists are making a short trip through Texas at their own expense in' their own private cars. D. B. Atwell, of Hutchms, made an assignment Wednesday. Liabili ties $15,750. Estimated assetts 810,000. The crops areaboutall gathered ui xmyes county, ana many of the farmers .have already commenced turning the ground for next year's crop. The citizens of Granger recently held a mass meeting to ra...

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. — 27 November 1890

The Weekly Banner SUPPLEMENT. The money market was decidedly asier in New York Tuesday. Two men were killed at Lima by the falling down of a bouse. ii The deficiency of the North Jtiver bank amounts to nearly $100,000. The great armed cruiser Maine was launched at New York Monday, in ' ' The capital of Oklahoma wili re main at Guthrie for a while any way. PMKCES3 Victoria, and Prince Adolph were married in Berlin Tues day. Ex-Congressman Yafle will, it is understood, contest Congressman Burrow s Beat. Tee Irish nationalists assnrt.yjii TV. 11 'II I 'i '-Ti hi -r?T zZ. fe jrarneii wm pew JSament againjtffc SMSFSihe5TIrel i membecjtoja6ch--Tjyashington for thcoEUBJQHMfO of congiess. Isarailri at Birming- ham, Ala., Mi "conductor was killed and t gers were in- jured. It is uimoreTRKfWashinE'ton that Miller froni&agarolina will suc ceed rTeaencKuougiass aa-minister to Hayti. There isf y ti 'l . 5 excitement among the citizensMJputn Dakota over tha threatenedjoutbreak of the Sioux In...

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. — 5 February 1891

ANNE y.Mjm,' -irjssHw; "e- Office Low Building, comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice, Brenham, Texas, as second class matter. djds.xlx ajl4 wjzizir t .t . JL-JJJ.X-X i A ll AIt A V JLiUX. X a A S gfc JlV fc;jft& ; vdwJMEXXVX. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. NUMBER 6. 3 V of Breiam an3 asMBSton Coit?r Texas, , i! ATTENTI.ONJ;U, Wo aro bettor prepared to handle your property , than aDy Keal Estate firm in the state. Wo snail -not only&eep your property prominently before the people in this section, but through Our two traveling salesmen and numerous advertisements, we will brmc it before the Home Seekers .xia speculators vuiuuSuUU - in i ted States. wVill vonr attention to a'iew or the great bargains we have "listed with us;ih this soction- Ii'you see anything in tnis list thai" surrs you call, at our offico overHeber Stones bank,Brenham, Texas, or at our Main Office, Aus tin, No. 113, 7th Street, under Orr Hotel, andwe will suit you North, Ea...

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. — 5 February 1891

'- -rf$$F$&!ffi&$jSl r "9 f J ti The Brenham Banner. , XrtJBLISHSO DAILT AND -weekly.) Weekly, 2 a year, hi advance. mm.o r.sml nnd tr&nslent advertise ments inserted at ono dollar per square of rl. u' c.- fi-j frnwrinTi.-nra firtv-cents n I n t ii i .-. -. - ner square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices aad tributes of respect in serted fit half price- OtJR AGENTS. Jorcr F. Wxracsca, Burton, Teras. F. M. Gmftn, Lyons, Tesas. Jo Mikxski, Wesley, Texas. Pato C Strecxert, Caldwell, Teiaa the ai:en v von i'Kbi:uai:y. The Februarr Arena, in addition to n brilliant "arrav of American COLLFJTOE'S TAX SALE. authors, presents two papers of great ! . .nuo of the tax rolls of Washington rr.:NfJ ; Mt finmille ' -ma,.y for the year 1S00, 1 havo levied'ujjpn f ,?? vtl nT.,vo in crtll tntlir. l,lfllft hlftllnr n.OSt ! for cash, "at the courthouse door in the City interest bv f oreicn essayists "Flfimmarion. nrobablv the eminent European astronomer, I of Brenham. Coumyot W...

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. — 5 February 1891

r aX- LOCAZ, NEWS KtBE days are lengthening. kBtSHo? Gregg Trill visit Brenbam le second Sunday miient, Jdeb. az.. The roads leading to the city are renortdd to be in a wretched condi tion. ' ' Judge C. C. Gaerett and District Attorney1 B. Bryan went up to Cald well Wednesday. . A little child of Henrv Johnson nlnredV'die"d'lFridav nfehfr and 'was t-: . - ...r- i - tarred at Watrousvilla Friday. Ms. J. H. Meteb, has removed his stock of groceries from the Zurcher building which was recently aamagea by' fire. Mrs. F, K. Allision aud daughter Sliss. Kate, went down to Bellville "Wednesday to visit Mrs. L. H. Mc-Intyre. The list of real estate transfers forthe past week sboiVan active de mand at good'prices for "Washington countv soil. -J; " . . The mail back from Independence! le in Friday in a dilapidated con ation that indicated a runaway over a very bad road., The assigned stock.of Mr. "TF. A. Stuckerfc has been sold entire, Ma. Funk the well known peddler bo coming the purchaser. ...

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. — 5 February 1891

"ISC SWfF fSPW8P IV V- m The Weekly Banner J. G. RANKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, February 5, 1891. Iiet us have separate coaches for the whites and blacks. - i Tnx House Committee favors special rates to drummers. The commercial men arc- making rapid progress. Mobe prompt and less cumbrous infirm is what the noople for whom tlin naners 6Deak is demanding of the present legislature. Ik is now believed that the Copy- rirrht bill will soon come up for ac tion, and the advocates feel confi dent that it will be passed by the Senate. Huuoks are afloat in London to tlio effect that Parnell will retire. some kind of understanding having Leon arrived at with Dillion and O'Brien. Dooions who have tried to produce Koch's lymph have failed, and great discontent prevails regarding the published account of the method of manufacture. Maedi Geas is close at hand and Galveston will bold. high ..carnivaL, Jtter cloor3 will uffltnrown open to all the world, andHjyery visitor will ha a welcome guest f J ...

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. — 5 February 1891

piPpar "KTSSVi S.1 J iLOCAZ, 3SIEWS. idABPEXTEEtt have commenced re pairing the Cohen Bros, store. Boas, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Emory Saturday sight lastt a fine nine pound boy. Sevseal bad pjaces in the streets are being repaired by the sinking of tile sewers. The condition of Cant. "W. E. Toon, who has been quite sick for ae tune, is unimproved. 'Considerable electioneering is be- jidone in a quiet way by prospec tive candidates for city offices. Farming operations "have com menced. The early cropigf mOrf, gages have already been sown at the clerk'sjoffice.' f .?' Iwtlie'.case of Thomas Dwyer 'vs. the H.;& T. C. E. B., tried in the county court Monday, a verdict was rendered for the defendant. Ltjla. Brewer, colored, and a df family, died at Wntrous- lle Monday night and was buried Kit Camptown Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. H. Cosnell, who for some time has been the truest of the family of Mr. Ed. Hoffman, left for her home in Jonesboro, via Gains ville, Tuesday. At the masquerade b...

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. — 5 February 1891

v The Weekly Banner T. G. KANKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, February 5, 1891. Next Suuday is tbe Chinese new jear. A severe snow .storm is raging in tbe north-west. Mayob Minkley. is mentioned as TVindoms successor. Senator Mott, of Galveston, has sent in his resignation. the "Work has commenced on World's Fair site in Chicago. in - Is the Chilian revolt the rebels seem to have the best of it. hi Pakneu. stDl holds out showing considerable strength and vitality. .. The silver pool investigations at "Washington are growing more sen sational. . Hon. E. Q. Mills was one of the committee appointed to attend Secre tary Windom's funeral. & It is believed that at Pine Ridge Agency the Indians will raiss more troubles in, tne Spring. Ex-Seceetaey Yilas has been elected United States Senator by the Wisconsin Xegislature. m Oke hundred and thirty miners were killed Wednesday in aPennsvl- vania mine by fire tEmp. Congressman Kilgoee has been called homo from "Washington by tbe sickness of his ...

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. — 5 February 1891

.Jiff feB A..c- - - - - r TBlTrrrSTiVI-Tir''r -.?. -... 3 U 'STATE NEWS. f-s 4j - -iLaTgrippe juite prevalont at La Grange. Dallas has decided not to extend her city limits. Overton is very much wrought up over the smallpox. There are twenty cases of small pox reported in Austin. Mr. "Williams a prominent citi tzen near Kosso has the! smallpox. - - -Jacksonville rtuseu me auiuuuu to build a first class schooljiouse. The live stock in the west are reported to be in excellent condi tion. T Hubafe City artesian wfjfl is dowSfbver.GOO feet and still snk- 3ng& r . Jas. Harris who was shot at Gainesville a few days ago iied Wed nesday. A detail of army officers are pre paring to go from San Antionio to Mexico. The Marshal compress in five Tiours compressed 512 bales of cot ton recently. A. L. Phillips shot and mortally -wounded Jas. Harris near fctames ville1 Tuesday morning. The Baptist church frame at Iowa Park is up and presents a handsome appearance. , t v Plans for a new Presbyte...

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. — 5 February 1891

'iPiif??', Ife- h LOCAL NEWS. La Gbippe is still quite prevalent tfiroup:houlthe country. Mr. It. B. Johnson, of Cbappell Hill, was in the city yesterday. Messp-rRpbt. jSchuerenberg ?nnd I Huffo Becker went up to "Lyons yesterday. , t $" r Eev. SebwghKLeigh went "down to Galveston1 'yesterday for a few days visit.' ' Miss Floisexce Garrett, of Chap pell Hill, is hero on a visit the guest of Mrs. 1.-E. Simmons. -r Mr. J. H. Meyers left for Galves ton yesterday, but will visit New Orleans before his return. T17 BLAOCDRAUCHT tea tor Djipepsit. Strangers at the hotels asking about the churches almost invariably ask where they can hear the best music. John, twelve-year-old son of Jack Ayery, colored, died at his homo in this city "Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. Chas. Queue, who resides a fewmiles north of the city is 'quite sick with pneumonio, and is not ex pected to live. McElre&'s Wine of Cardui ocd 'JHEDFORD'S BLA.CK-DBAUGHT are sold by all Washington County dealers. MR. UH...

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. — 12 February 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY ..BANNER. .. urn am Wi mil III nil ii M -.. Cl y-JVis-jMfrijjf Office Low Building, comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice, BrenLam, Texas, as second class matter. sa .- , . v,, ft (r- Pfe- f -A 'A'." V rf .BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1891. mnsEERy VOMMEbXXyi,iJW ?. S-. - . i ifu v. 1 to all ( V rx Llprs! Liprs! Lipprs , JusTieceived two carloads li quors, consisting of Brandies, Gins, Hackbory .Brandy, tvroncn uog- aaoMVniBKey au-graaes iu ui els, halt barrels and 10 and 5 gal lon kegs. ' " I v F. Kbentzlin, "Wholesale Liquor Dealer. if i " ! 5 "" r J. Saloon "Legal Tender," twDEa mrw eiciunqe hotel JOHN W. TEAGUE,Proprietor, .. New Billiard Tables, Imported "Wines, and Foreign Liquors. Every thing first-class, .route attention to all. IAMTBEIX. B- E. PEJTSISGTOS CAMPBELL & PENXEVGTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 'BrexCb.nxn. - Toxbs. OFFICKOVXROnjDCfQS GIDDIXQS BANK. "Will practice in Washington and adjoining counties. Abstract of titles car...

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. — 12 February 1891

c-T'w' r 7l . . i The Brenham Banner. (PVBUSHZU BAILT AXD WiUUO.T.) We9klyS2 a yeaf, in advance. 'TF. o Tjw.1 nnrl tTOTW'.e'nt -advertise- .t :rt it mm dollar rer eauaro ot one inch for first insertion, and fifty cents per-stiuafe for each subsequent jm-ertwnT Obituary notices and tributes of. respect 1: verted at half price. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS V-Slft. - - .j "0URAGEST5. JoW Fxibbscit, Burton, Texas. F4g,'aBnTcr,'LyocS, Texas. Jo Kikeski, Wesley, Texas. -atoC Strsckert, CaldweU. Texas E.G. Dtws'b vreekly review giTOa a bright outlook for the markets of theUnited'Sfcates., 4- in -. China has had another disastrous , -flood, followed by a fire. Much property and many lives were lost. There was an attempt Priday to assassinate five members of the Re publican council at Sanfcn Fe X. M. - Tux committee 'have reported tfavorebly a bill providing for the lectiolt of a United States Senator by the people. ' t It is believed that Mr. Blaines re " ciprocity treaty with Brazil will be Cf olio...

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. — 12 February 1891

- IaQCAJj jsosws Trade was fair Saturday. MeELREFS WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerves. The public Voatls are bad. Go toAV. A.- Wood & Co., for fresh rock lime. tn l ctnnci 10 . The retail trade seems cnnsidering'the timepf year There are several severe cases of la grippe reported in Burton. Mr. T. J. Pauipeli.. moved bis ! stock of Roods to Lyons Saturday. Cedar tiosts. Heart nickets and railing'ufc W- A. Wood &. Co. StValesteses day, February 14, is near bv, tne aay on wnicn me birds are said to choose their mates, The Licrhfc Guard MinBtrels of Houston are to be-here on the 23rd. Mr. G. W. 'Wade, has been ap pointed postmaster at Win. Penn, in ibis county. He. August Boeker left for Waco Thursday night to accept a position an a wholesale grocery store. jj WINE OF CARDUI, ft Tonic lor Women. , The finance committee of Green's Brigade were out "hustling" Satur day" and met with a very liberal re sponse. "ft leads them alj,1 is the general reply ot druggists when asked about them...

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. — 12 February 1891

avST,t " r The Weekly Banner J. O. KANKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, February 12, 189L Senatof. Yoobhees is ill. The fight for free Coinage goes bravely on at "Washington. i i in - "There is a terrible blizzard pre Tailing in tlie Northwest. Tm; pest house at Palestine was destroyed Saturday and several parlies have been arrested. Pales iino in advertising herself consider ably recently. in The Alumni Association of Cooper Union, New York, have planned , to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of Peter Cooper's birth of the 12th of February. The Mt. Carmel, 111.., projectors of the air ship have made a success ful test of a 30 foot model ship which they sailed around in the ex position building. i i The legislature of Tennessee has passed a bill making the keeping of a house of ill fame a felony, and it only awaits the signature of the governor to become a law. " James A. Owekbt complains foa Chicago reporterof.tlie tough treat ment; lie says lie receiveu ui Hie hands of the, congression...

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. — 12 February 1891

"LOCAL NEWS. Messes, Fritz Krentzlin and son, Jdward, left Monday night for New Orleans. - Mb. Fbank Haubelt reioices in tiro arrival at his house Sunday of two fine girto. Mb. A. H. Rogebs, of Felder, was in the city Monday, and joined the Bailee's host of weekly subscribers. Mb. E. Hoiriruw left Sunday for. New York to purchase his spmg stock of goods. The first ripe staawbernes of the seasonthat the Reporter "has noticed were-seen at the Union telegraph office Saturday: - There was ice" scattered 'around promiscuously Monday, the ther mometer Btandingbelow the freez-ing-gntaly ? , Mb. H. F. Hohlt, of the firm of Brockschmidt & Hohlt, left Monday for New York, where he goes to purchase their spring stock of goods. i The agent at the Union depot has received notice to inform all passen- .-gora that Juilano nas quarantraea against all pcints intectea witn smallpox: ,. The fourteen months old daugh ter of Mr. Paul Lehmahn, who re- rfdfisfiva toileaVwesfc of Brenham diqdaturday ni...

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. — 12 February 1891

V The Weekly Banner J. O. RANKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, Tebrnary 12, 1891. l&rrucKivs id tho throes of anoth-er-feud. - soitGiiusr. Bulletin No... 13 of the Texas Ag rieultural Exnenmenfc station con tains study of sorghum, with a view of discovering any difference that miht exist in the different va rieties, or the difference' of composi tion between the time of "dough The free coinage fightat Washing ton is still on. It is not believed .that there wil be an extra session of congress. The Indiana Senate has passed a stringent measure against trusts. STROSQTarguments are being made in -favor of a constitutional conven tion. - - Thr charges against Comptroller McCall are being investigated at Austin. - i HI The" Confederate Home at Austin will probably receive valuable assis tance from the State. President Hakkisox has signed the xeciprosity treaty with Brazil, at which Galveston rejoices. in Eiksas city furnishes the meanest man in the person of Jas. "Walker, who tried to burn h...

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. — 12 February 1891

V - - jot i. w -i xme-svir x m x-- ttfe&ttji rS3ZSSa UJllBKSgnaMc'M'rrn''TTgwn1":iMr?iiga: mfrnrTr.ccaasy-i nr-iT " A N si ESTATE NEWS. 'Orange "has a case of variloid. rJ6hn llcCulloch, of Seguin is dead. District Clerk Geo. K. .uasliiel of San Antonio is dead. The bycyclist of Houston are preparing to go to Galveston. Brownwood decided to inoor ! norate by a vote of sixty-throetto Mr. Johnaihau Deitchard a prominent citizen of Franklin, is doad. A. E. Blunt, vuu over by a switch -eDgififet Tyle Tuesday, died Wed nesday.. --i j.jjerana jioago u j. x . x . Las reduced the initiation fee from S2G to $15. -The White squadron is anchored- in the gulf twelve miles on trom Galveston. A match .srame of base ball will be one of the attractions'of the madi gras festival. The Weatherford Constitution has been sold at auction undor a 'deedfof trust", . , ' .- ' The prospect- for a big wheat crop in Stephens county was never more promising. South Bosque Station, Bosque county, is going to ...

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. — 12 February 1891

i i r i m I-- i I B'-t I LOCAL IOT5WS. Mrs. Wit. Hahelmanx is quite ' .Bick.-. - i-. Wl There is said to be another wed- ding booked 'for the ,14th, but our informant refused to give names. The1 disagreeable "norther" "was supercededtby warmer weather yes terdaypwhTch" brought dark clouds aHd rain. - r r ; v Those who' attended the Galves ton mardi gras say that they wore well pleased with, their trip and that the display by far exceeded their expectations. ' Try BLACK-DRAUGHT tea for DytpepsI. Mrs. Brown, nee Miss Myra Cab- anis, who for the past few days has been 'the guest of Miss Hannah Simon left Tuesday for her far Northwestern home. Caw. Ciay and his daughter, Miss Sue Attie, Miss Williams and others of the Independence visitors to the Galveston mardi gras celebra tion returned Tuesday. Me. C. A. "Weuxek, of Houston, and Mrs. S. Eubenstein, of Austin, the former a sister, the latter a daughter of Mri. A. Simon, are here on a visit, guests of the family of Mr. A. Simon. It is ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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