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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 2 August 1878

3uag? ESTABLISHED 1865. BREMAM, TEXAS, FEED AY, AUGUST 2, 1878. vol. xm NO. 31 i---iin.ii-'.Mi.j'aiL.L'i. L Jfl T '" J' rVm - ..I. . inui.i..u-.LTn.,.t..TmrrTHJU.i mUMAiJM'UmW.'JgB J 10. a W" T3 s si M r h "m "V ,1 3jL. A N Jl.1i J JL.,1 Hate of Sabmlptloc: IHllv, one copy one year,,. WnUt. on copt ouejear, 89 W 2 CO - Hates of -AarerUtlnp Transient and Legal advertisements- Insert ed at 81 JO pet square ibT first Insertion, and JScentaperfcraare ruriMea subsequent Inser- "Manlice and Obltuarv notices, exceeding eirfitllnej.balfpiice. Editorial notice of n om'.T business character.'lO cenU a lino eaca IneerUos. - .... ,..,., Announcements wlU be Inserted at the fol- lowlnc rates: state ja.w3iw winces, iv County, 7.50f Precinct, S. The money to accompany the announcement, la every In stance. Memphis, Tenn., has establish ed quarantine against New Or leans. Judge Roberts, the Demo cratic nominee for governor, is seventy-two years of age. , iCol Schleicher has been so licited by ' Judg...

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. — 2 August 1878

WIZ25& K L r, v ' . fe i r V. j - f. I. Weekly Banner. JlV RANKIN" & LEVIN. Dcancr3tlc Stale Ticket. "FcrrGovtrcor, -O.'M. ROBERTS, Of Smith county. 'or Xirnies ani-Govcnor, JOSEPH D. SAYERS, Of Bastrop county. Tor'AKonscy Gensl, cnoRGE Mccormick, - Of Colorado county." For Comptroller, STEPHEN H. DARDEN, Of Caldwell county. For Stats Trcararer, FRANJC R. LUBBOCK, OfGalTrtoa. Coxnxaiseloner General Land dl&rc, W. C. WALSH, Of Travis county. J.PJDAT, August 2, 1S78. Sam Weeks, meltcr and re finer of the New Orleans mint died on Saturday last of yellow fever. The- Houston Age says that Maj. Buck Walton has been killed so often politically that he don't mind it. The Banker is in receipt of the premium list of the Bell county fair association. Fair to be held in October next. The Galveston Lyceum has decided, that the penitentiary be abolished and the whipping post be substituted, for minor offences. The Hew Orleans Board of Health report 24 new cases of yellow fever and 1 d...

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. — 2 August 1878

CI,5;S?s,1B'"" N TOSSt'- CT-tiii.i Local Intelligence. Business is yet very dull. The weather continues intense ly Iw Good cotton pickers will soon be in active demand. New corn is now freely of fered at 30 cents a bushel by the wagon load. Rain. On Sunday after noon wc had a very heavy rain lasting about half an hour. The Owls had another love felast on Saturday, at Big Spring, in the Burton settle ment. " Tun town is said to be - full of colored sports. The paste boards are, it is said, manipula ted nightly. Cotton picking is general throughout the county. In a' week or ten days the staple will be coming in freely. Limed. The city officials have distributed a quantity of lime in the alleys in the blocks just cast of the square. Green's Brigade. The next reunion of this brigade will be held at Austin about the middle of January uext. A great many negroes were in town on Saturday. Their chief business is talking politics and eating watermelons. Cotton Picking. Dr. Lyd. Smith, of Was...

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. — 2 August 1878

!322S333!IJS3SS3Sr2ESS ..Hl.ll !. 3- gSggg3E3Sgai3SSBaB3Sgaai .-'.IvtTTJir.inrM.-ii-n'sgSBg: r r -nrnnT ' -t-. -. TiT''i " itfrtin-' " ,r .V - i -ss- L- f K -, -v" 'IZfi 3 Weekly Banner. Gus Ivey formely a newspa per man in Tex.is has been ous ted from a paper he was man aging in the Indian nation and is now'under arrest in Tahlequah, C N. Ivey twined in George town, Honey Grove and other towns in the State. , A New Orleans dispatch of the 26th says up to date 36 cases of yellow fever have been officially reported; 18 deaths. Shreveport, Mobile and Pensa cola have quarantined against New Orleans. There has been fhreccases of fever at Vicks burg, but they were brought from New Orleans by boat. No other cases have occurred there. The Houston Telegram says the "Owl" party in Brenham favors Gen. Butler for president. Thisjis a mistake. The "Owls" are Republicans and favor Grant for the presidency. We have, however, another party here,' known as the "Gobblers." They want to gobble up the...

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. — 9 August 1878

- -" er'vAi'i!,--- - J, ? -:;"i i-i v- P 3T i BRENH AM BANNER ESTABLISHED 1865. BRENHAM, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1878. YOL. Xm-B. 32 K IIW IH'I I '" jn-..i..ijui "-"TWTmciLXl !S Published Dsdly and TTetkly. xjunrxx tEViw, Proprietors. Kates of Subscription: Dally, one copy one year,,. 00 Weekly, on copy one year w Bate of Advertising: Transient and Legal adTerttseraents Insert ed atl.SO per square for first Insertion, and 5S cnt per square for each subsequent inser- j&rrlase and Obitoarj notices, exceeding elect lines, half price. Editorial notices of a partly business character, 10 cents a line each "Announcements will be tnserted at the fol lowlnr rates: State and District offices, 10; Ooonty, 7.S0; Precinct, W. The money to aenempsny Ute announcement. In every instance. There is no honor among thieves; one of Bass' own men - betrayedhim. New Orleans had a fire on the first inst, destroying $100,000 worth of goods arid buildings. 1 - m m Six ice houses were burned at Patterso...

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. — 9 August 1878

" "TBBP ' a ft II r lw L div I , FS& Weekly Banner. EV RASKIN & LEVtNv Fjudat, August 9, 1S7S. Ireland says he is a candi date because this is a Tree coun try. " " ' . to A Republican club has been organized at San' Antonio. J. Newcomb is one of the head cen ters. The story of the abduction and robbery, of the lady on a New York train proves to be a hoax. The" Dallas Herald proposes to make a season's work of di viding the State. It goes at it earnestly. There was 35 new cases and S deaths from yellow ferer at Hew Orleans for the 24 hours ending Aug 6th. . v Washington city was lately visited by a severe storm, many houses were unroofed and con siderable damage done. A Cincinnati policeman was fatally stabbed on the 4th inst while attempting to arrest a ne gro. The negro escaped. The Chinese embassy that arrived in San Francisco last week was received by the hood lums with hoots and hisses. Up to Saturday noon, at New Orleans, there was 3S cases and 7 deaths from yellow feve...

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. — 9 August 1878

TY !;aM!;aESStaissuaBEa3gaK.i 1st. -Local Intelligence. Hn Works. Mr. Alex Red dick, colored, a city convict, now employs his leisure mo ments in filling up holes in the streets. A grcat many people arc in town attending court, but bus iness is yet dull. Cotton has not began to arrive in any quan- ity. At the regular July meeting of the Brenham Pomona Grange the time of meeting was chan ged from the 1st. to 3d Saturday in each month. Arrestee. A young man named Woodward was taken in on Saturday afternoon for un Jawfully carrying a pistol. He . -will explain on .Monday morn ing Fights. A,, considerable" quantity of bug juice was ad ministered to the freedmen on Saturday, and the consequence was there were several fights. No damage. County Criminal. Court. This tribunal closed a two day's session on Tuesday, having tried and acquitted one man and nolle prosequied the case of an other. New Wagon Yard. The .Amsler brothers have enclosed a splendid new wagon yard, near their new warehous...

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. — 9 August 1878

-r-wsp3- - nsr I s- 'I t y Weekly Banner. Raising Sheep. The following communication to the Ohio Fanner on this in teresting subject is evidently from the pen of one whose prac tical experetnee lends weight to his words: My plan is to obtain the best possible breeds suited to my lo cation and market, which I claim is the cross of the Cots wold and Southdown, the Cots wold having the wool qualities and the Southdown having the mutton qualities. The cross makes the size and fattening qualities. The cross makes a very hardy and prolific sheep; the wool brings the highest market price, as do also the sheep and lambs. I commenced the business by buying some grafted Cotswolds and some pure Southdowns, paying an average of ten dollars perheadfor them, all ewes; then, with a thoroughbred Cotswold buck, commenced crossing, which I find a very desirable one. The most of my ewes have twins, which, if properly fed and han--dled, will raise most all of them. I have lost but two lambs this season...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 16 August 1878

vr rc i ti TTTTlTl l VV H a ti i l m m m A k Br m I m wk I Eb HSh. IBTk. m v I Tmi El ESTABLISHED 1865. Published Salljr and Weekly. TCAKKIX LEVIS", rioprletoM. Rates of Subscription: Pmllr, me com one year,, Wtcidr, one conj one 3 r.nr. . SOO Rate, of Advertising! Transient anil Lepi' lertlementinrrt 1 t SUM tier square for flnt Insertion, and 75 centd jwr equare for each frub"iiacnt inser tion, . ,, Marrlace ami Oliliuarr notices, psrrnllrs ljrlt line, half price. Editorial notices of a purriy unstops) character, locents a line each AnmiunccmentA trill lie Inserted at the fol lolnsratM! State and fiWrlct ntlice", 810; Conntr. $7.V); l'rectnrt, Si. The mnrey to arcoiriiany the announcement, In evsrj In stance. The Dallas Call advocates the claims -of Judge J.J. Good for the chief justiceship. Tnc San Antonio"" Exptess thinks Dan Morton's Thuiidcr bolt should be called the Stink pot. Olik Wellborn, of Dallas, has been nominated for con gress in the 3d, Throckmorton's district. The R...

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. — 16 August 1878

H Weekly Banner. EV RANKIN & LEVIN. 1?bu)AY, August 16, 1S7S. Tac Comanche Chcif under its nev management is a Green back paper. The San Antonio rads failed to get up a meeting on Monday for want of an audience. Timthe Teachers' convention at Mexia, last week, was well attended. A two day's session was held. Wash Jones made a weak and foolish speech at; Lampasas. So says the 'limes and it is a truthful paper. Jacob Keuciiluu was com missioner of the land office at the time most of the land frauds were perpetrated. The Fort Worth convention passed a resolution endorsing Throckmorton's course as a member of congress. - i The" congaessional Republit can committee urge the stippor of Wash Jones by the Republi cans of this district. Capt. Jack Martin of the Sherman Register will stump his count', Grayson, in the interest of Wellborn and against the Grcenbackcrs. The friends of Gen. Joe John son feel sanguine of his nomi nation for congress in the Rich mond, Va., district. A Washingto...

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. — 16 August 1878

- -V- V Kc - hn. r i t i !. I I r I V Local Intelligence. Cotton has began to arrive rather freely. . Bali: at Bcxun. See ad. of Mayor Pcsch's ball on the 31st fnst. Commissioners' Court, The regular term of this court be gun yesterday. Cotton. From 75 to 100 bales of cotton were received here on Wcdcsday. The Hill creek philosopher was hi town on Monday on a glorious "high-lonsomc." Home. Messrs. Pampcll, Hodde and Hoffman, and Gen. John Sayles have all returned home. Jurors entiled to scrip for fees at late term of District court "can obtain same by call in? on the county cleric. New Bricks. The work upon the new brick buildings of Messrs, J. T. J. O'RWdan and C Minkwitz is fast approach ing completion, Cotton Pickers. Cotton throughout the county is open ing rapidly and cotton pickers arc in demand. On Monday morning several wagon loads Icftfor thecountry. . . Abe'-Meyer has enlarged his store-room" to just double its former dimensions, andeis now receiving the largest stock ol c...

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. — 16 August 1878

7 '& ? j AJ -Sp p. ..- sl V- J s r jr fjj S Xz .; J jk . 'iSsi L V W&Hy Banner. rAnatiwa. J 'rrnjn ft LeMaeton (Va.) Gaze ttc , One of tire MmogcsJ proHoas in the bus- , loess "worM is the fact that an industry "which Sis' st the basis of all political and Commercial prosperity, and emptors the a acater part or an intelligent population, "1 rfwwH be so little developed, in comparison wtthfe great capacities Tor development, v&le aJlther trades hare become the very vespoicnts oTscientJfic progress. Tnesoil f we cultivate barely produce one-half vhat v thej'shouW.ahdtneqnahorthcscprodttc- t jJofcsKmachbelowapossibledesreeofex- f,' - ceBeoce." We" are unable la provide j"gamsl the commonest calamities to which ? ijoarcereak "and other crops are subject. ! " Iiilhe mechanical trades, where nature offers httle or no assistance, arfand science "have combined to draw out the very e!e i ' -ments, and organize the means of economic Mj production; whilst agriculture, which has tne...

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. — 23 August 1878

X ' T- J-s. BRENHAM ESTABLISHED 1865. BRENHAM, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST vol. xiiito. 34 k-fc . VV JiJ JlYJLj I ' Wrfc " . " -3 mH ..Ji&aA 9 o -dj&m V V I- rr I- 3fc I C CSA. "rnbllshcd Ballr "! TVUj. HAXKIX XJsVJJf, Tiuprletora. Itatcs of Subscription: flallr, one cor.vmyrar,,.. - - - S'JS IVtftlr, oat cupx on yar , , . 21" ItatM orAdvcrllslngi Transient aiulLrsal advertisements insrrt Mjit $1.50 per square Tur first Insertion, anil IS nU per square Tor each sulmeijuent lner tlnn, Jlarriaie anil Oliihiary- notices, eiceeuloR tlctit lines, liiiirprlr. .Editorial notice ofa luirrfv lr-ine3 character, lOrcnts a line each jncrtlou. AnnnunrpnwnM will W lnerteil at the fol- "Inirtinrraiei: Slate anil District offleea. S10: Oonnrv, S7.no; Precinct, 3. Tlie money to awompany the announcement, In every ln- riaacB The State debt of Tennessee is 24,000,000. ,-, m Jonx Ireland is making a vigorous campaign, but it is very doubtful if heivins. (Forpaugns .show- js, coming to Texas. Dallas w...

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. — 23 August 1878

a-' -Si k v t r-"' i 45Q Tt "" . - I JS T ,. iSt V $.'- 'S . ,. 'a- . r. WPSr m I n Iw r .- 5 annor. 11V RANKIN & LEVIN. Lanrsst Circulation of any Taper pub lished in this County. JTuidax, August 23, 1S7S. Dallas has established quar antine. Theiie is now 'no excuse for tramps .or loafers cotton-, is ripe. ' . - -" ' Wm.Noble, the veteran the atrical manager is dead, aged 89. '- r-s T11C number of deaths from the famine in India is officially reported to be 1,850,000. -- Robert Lincoln, son of President Lincoln, is a candi date for congress in Illinois. The Bastrop Advcttisci hoists thename of Hon. John Han cock. It makee no comments. In Alabama there was no op position to the Democratic ticket;- it was elected by a vote- of So.ooo. HpN. Alexander H. Stevens has been re-nominated for con gress In the Eighth district of Georgia: The Georgetown Record pays our nominee, for the Stiite Sen ate, Wm. Thompson, a very high compliment. " The Flatonla. Argus Is jubi lant over Hancock's ...

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. — 23 August 1878

i ! V II J?- Local Intelligence. Appointment. M". T. L. J3Wam has been appointed on tlic night police force vice Lch Y man resigned. We learn that there will be a mass meeting of the Germans of-the county held .at the court housbon Saturday. Free; The Texas Express Company will carry money free of-charge for the relief of the yellow fever sufferers. v - Harvest. Two colored gen- 'tlcmen were busily engaged on "Monday in harvesting the crop "of weeds in the courthouse yard. :Mr. J, W. Dallas, a day or two ago, while on the Long Point road near Sandy, killed a rattlesnake with nine rattles and a button. Mr. W.K. Lewis has resumed -his business of "buying cotton and-can be found at his office in the ear of Bassett & Bassett's banking house. "Rain. We had more rain on Tuesday and Wednesday. Fanners arc complaining itre - tards cotton picking and "is in jurious to the plants. Cotton worms are plenty in the Chappell Hillscttlementand are stripping the plants of fol- ' iage. Jt present...

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. — 23 August 1878

,N .,. -I 31 ''' t-'-Lli.'-.Al-t-HHgi l S. 31 "s? - V. 5 - .n -i . -- 3 At i. w h- -r'-t It- l ii i- I Weakly Banner. v5 'Budding Trult Trees. -P.T. Quinn, mScribttcr, gives .tnese predictions for budding - orchard trees : " The, proper time for budding i "extends from themiddle of July until the first of September., Whenever the bark separates v iseasily from the wopd, the buds maybe sefwitha fair chance of success. The outfit For budding, v. consists of some .narrow strips vof bass matting, such as comes on the outside of coffee bags, -and -a pocket knife with a single blade, vitha small piece ofivory r fastenedinthecndoftliehandle. c When the incision is made, the Ivory isjused to raise the bark up on either side, so the bud may "be pressed into place. The buds to be inserted should be cut from young, healthy trees, and always from the present year's growth, those that are smost matured being selected. The leaves may then be clipped 6ff the branch of buds, leaving say half an inc...

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. — 31 August 1878

" """saws , "-Kf- ga?--- .r, t -' r ' ' -i m J: - L - &icg?vii?. BxvBijjf ' MAM. - if H Iftr . ft . I. - " ESTABLISHED 1865. SKvcnIiamgamtcv Published Dallrai W'wUj. RANKIX Jt LKVIN, lioprjlor. Itatpa of Subscription: tlallr, on capv one year,, iltr, o odJr, "vVceklr. one copy one rear. 200 Ratci of Advertising: Transient and Legal aavertlmrut Insert ed at SI. 50 ix-rimaiv for flrst insertion, and r nta per square for rvJi subsequent i nrfr- Jiarriarii aud OWlnarj" Dotiec., exceeding eirtt lino, lialf price IMitoriat notice or a jrairlv- buines characler, 10 cents a line each Announcement will be Jnwrted at the loutnfrnue: MKraaui'uiMurura, ., Oouatv, STJO; lrcclnrt, . The money to jvcoorapany the aunouncennlit, in every in stance. , " , The Austin county bar en dorses Hon.-B. H. Davis for the cliicfjusticship. Fiver new national banks with an aggregate capital of 330,OOohauebeen established during the, lastmonth. Five of -Vfcksburg's regular physicians absented themselves from ...

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. — 31 August 1878

J ( :.- t- i- , , rC V If. 1. if IW- '( ?r 2T" - '- C- -- v te-' a II-' Xt-M"- -"'' .. .ST"5' -, Weekly Banner. HV RANKIN & LEVIN. Larfffst Circulation of any Paper pub llshed in this Senatorial Eistrict. Fridat, August 31, 1S7S. The' Dallas Ha aid is easing up oh the. division question. 'The Vermont grecnbackers have nominated a state ticket. '" Professor Wyman, a pres tidigitatuer, prestidigitatcd tlie Denison News out of a bill. .'The Giddings Lone Star is now an out and out Grcenback- er. It is fiillcd with campaign documents. i .... There is considerable coun terfeit silver in circulation throughout the country, and Washington islnot exempt.' The Dallas' Daily Herald has beeifenlarged to- an eight col umn paperr It affords us pleas ure to note this sign of prosper ity in our contemporary; Two cases of yellow fever were discovered at Philadelphia. The men were refugees from Vicksburg; they were at once taken to the Municipal hospi tal. The United States steam ships, Congress...

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. — 31 August 1878

,. " "&" -4 - .v l ht itjcal Intelligence. The sweet potato crop in this county promises well. "Receipts of cotton are very liberal-, it ts coming In from every direction. ,Tiie weather continues warm; the mercury climbs up to the ' fmneties every day. 4 'Hides and Horns. See ad. 'of A Newman who pays cash for hides and horns. WooD.-Partics owing us wood onaccount of subscriptions arc requested to bring it in. The weather continues to be intensely hot during, the day; the nights-are comfortable. ..PiSfsTERS in this vicinity are paying fast cotton pickers 75 cents per hundred and board. (jottos is cominglnvery fast, and most of the wagons return to the country with bagging and ties. . Berlin Ball. Reccollect that Mayor Pesch gives another ball at Berlin to-morrow Sat urday night. . The streets are now conspk li ons for the absence of hogs; the dogs, however, enjoy, full -and unrestricted liberty. The friends of Mr. Mat Har iris, of Mill creek, will regret to lcarn that he is now ...

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. — 31 August 1878

N & r5 m C- tfi. 3? i . ' i. rt 7VW . tr? .. -iJnf. r ii4 l-. hv Sf -S r K" v" I' Vt-i' ks as -Sl r --t. ,T n& .. : l?i ' if ' ' Weekly Banner. vercreni. Evergreens can be set out at almost any season of the yeara) With a resonable prospect of laruess, If the following rules esc observed: Eirst. Let them- be taken ipwith such carefullness that 11 their roots, even' to the tnallest fibre', shall be preserv- J whol Second. Let the roots be ,Tj6vered immediately, so that neither sun nor wind may act .iplon them to cause any drying "- orshrinkage. Third. Let them be set out in ayvorkman-likc manner of their .natural depth, with the soil carefully and somewhat solidly mipackcd about their roots.' Fourth. Let them be prop erly mulched, with any loose, 1 lightsubstancc, to be a consid erable depth, and to a distance bcyoxmd the extent of the branches Jf they are sctoutjn hot.sun-bhiny-weathcrf it, would be safe to raise some kind of a screen on the south side of the tree for a shad...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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