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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 April 1891

vrt??1 (s?;-r'e'?-' "t-pTv iim-sri K5gwsfe:spj imjMJMUIIIIIMIIIIlllll MBMBSatB t""""" li III ITTTlQ'TTlaiJmailBUUJJWJMUal3ml LA"JH! m".'-' V 1" -II '.' '. !S LOCA.L NEWS. Some new sewers have recently "been put down on Market street. Sojte of the farmers have finished -planting cotton in this section while others have not commenced. The grand jury returned twelve indictments Iridav three of which wore felony cases and nino misde- meanors. Tnutatioxs have beeu extended to the Brenham Fire Department to attend the Firemans ball at Bellville on the Oth iust. Brenham will be represented. With free transportation doubt- less all the old Texas veterans will be here on the 21st and Brenham will receive them with open arras care for them tenderly and endeavor to make their stay here as pleasant as possible. The dwelling house of Mr. Wm. Cplbert two miles north of Bren- ham was consumed by fire about 12 a'clock Thursday. Tne family were at dinuer m the dining room and kitchen combined when t...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 April 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Mes. T. M. Toto-g and' children went to Hempstead yesterday. JgJ-BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. Me. T. J. Pampael of Lyons has spent the past two days in the city. B. S. Eogees Esq. and Mr. Louis Grassmuck left for Cameron yester- day. Theke have been no real estate transfers recorded in the clerk's of- fice during the past week. McElree's "Wine of Cardui and THEDFORD'S BLAOK-DRATJGHT are sold by all Washington County dealers. Yesteboay was quite windy with clouds portending rain all day but it failed to materialize. Lost. A small yellow back ledg- er used to keep rent accounts in. Finder will .please leave at this office. Miss P. M. Pbice after delivering quite a large number of books "The History of Civilization." sold here left "Wednesday night for Hemp- stead. Messes. 3. McFarland E. House and Fritz Lange went to LaGrange yesterday the former prospecting the two latter on business. Sheriff Teagde and Mr. John Ew- ing arrested a day or two ago in Brazos county ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

-.ervp.;?-t V-yt - BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER Office Low Building comer Sandy and St. Charles Streets. Entered at Postoffice Brenham Texas as second class matter. h v TOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 16 1891. JSntJMBER "twrrwc rr 6 ft s.p. cckbt. i. r. enoioxs. Curry & Simmons Real Estate Ms V Brenham Texas. Office over Heber Stone's Bank. . Will do a general Real Estate Business. ' land in "Washington and adjoining counties for sale. All lands listed with us as well as City Property for sale or rent will be given our prompt and personal attention. We invite your atten tion to the following partial list : Small farm one mile southeast of Bren- lam on Chappell Hill road; 53 1-4 acres un- ier good lence ana weu unpruveu n u uiu' gain. v 5O acres a 1-2 miles west of Brenham on H.& T. C road 30 acrps in cultivation 2O in timber all under good lence good im- provements; will sell cheap. One tract of land1 4 miles east of ' Bren- ham 2G8 acres 5O incultivation. . 100 acres 1 m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

renham Banner. j SHED DAILY ASTD WKEKLT.) if 52 a year in advance. 1-T.emil and transient advertise- fried at ono dollar per square of ' for first insertion and ntty cenis f for each subseaueut insertion. Urr notices and tributes of respect in- 5t nail price. OUR AGENTS. ; "F. "Weibusch Burton Texas. EL OcTHTSVH Lyons Texas. R JtiKEsw Wesley Texas. Paul C. Steeckert Ctddwell Texas P. T. Baemjst the great showman is dead. Large numbers of leaving Now Orleans. Italians are It is believed that xturo will adjourn soon. the Legisla te JIarch 78G9 Italian immigrants onfored this country. Is Humbert already landing his army on these shores ? Hakuv Gabfield a son of the late president was defeated in Cleveland Ohio for the office of councilman by a saloon-keeper. The patronage in the gift of Gov. Hogg exceeds any of his piedeces- sors under the appointive system ind patronage gives strength. ' in "'Stanley has ended his tour and returned to Kew York. Major Pond says' the average receipts fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

'vi'mKHZ jfH- a. -r-w NEWS ixw nights ago jsome thief stole the seed from a whole bale of cotton from Henry brooks out in the Ber- lin neighborhood. McELBEFS WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerrci. In the major's court Saturday morning Mary Aloore on a chwge of being drunk and disorderly at the Santa Fe depot Friday evening was fined $1 and cost. A iocal board of the Texas National Loan and Investment com- pany was organized here Saturday with R. Hoffmann president; L P. Simmons secretary; Campbell & Pennington' attorneys; with the fol- lowing additional directors: W. H. Eldridge E. Hoffmann and H. 0. Hodde. Satdedat was emancipation day in the District court. J. D. Camp- bell Esq. succeeded in freeing Amelia Koch from her husband Karl Koch and Judge L. Kirk sue ceeded in getting the marriage ties that bound a colored couple by the name of Smith severed. WINE OF CARDUI a Tonic foi Women. The entertainment here on the 21st is to be a grand basket picnic at the Firemen's park and while ev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

iM? m&s H&jH&j. r Banner.! oprletor ll 16 1891. erect-a monu- srv oi me mie messy. Fof tlie builders of nmips says that New 9 '.. danger of being bom . Italian fleet- FR. Q. Mills has gona to E-ann. Kv.. to visit the home ris bovhood. n.e carneu wi ' . . V -r -J CSa a small cedar to plant by his fa- ler's grave. Aw order has b'een given to the director of the mint to secure anoth er design for the silver dollars he eagle with unlifted wings muss gu He looks too much like a buzzard. Iris estimated that there are fully SOOO families who live in shanty boats alone the Ohio river floating iilono- from town to town and feeling as happyas though they owned the earth. m Speculators out "West are buying un all the hav in sight with a view of cornering that product. If the men who are engineering this scheme are not careful the live stock of the country may eat a hole it. A great strike of miners in Penn- sylvania is expected to begin May 1st. Unless something is done to turn the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

i-" JaOCAJi NEWS. J Task See is leoturingt at Methodist church this weeL the Me. and Mrs. Wallace of Gay Hill lett Tuesday for Charlotte N; to be gone a year. The court room was crowded Mon- day evening and Tuesday to hear the Jackson murder case. Miss. Lee Campbell left Monday for Coleman to visit her brother who is quite sick at that place. T2x-Gov. Lubbock writes that he and his wife will be here on the oc- casion of the re-union of the old veterans on the 21st inst. A. teats of white cars numbering thirteen passed through here Sun- day night loaded with bananas go- ing.north. The bananas were from theblue fields of the tropics. Mnt J. G. Rankin one of the grand trustees of the American Le- gion of Honor left for Dallas Sun- day to be present at the meeting of the Grand Lodge which is in ses- sion there Mr. Henry Cohen a delegate from the Brenham com- mandery left Monday. Messes. Reichabdt Quebo and Krentzlin .who accepted an invita tion of General Freight Agent Mas terSj of the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

SfiS 96 (MriMMMM The WeeMy Banner. J. G RANKIN "Proprietor. Official Journal of Green's Brigade Association Thursday April 16 1891. A. snijn the House requiring the closing 'obarber shops on Sunday. - ' IxDiscEiMNAtE immigration to this country is the prime cause of half its troubles. The Alliance of Kansas is said to be against the nomination of Grover Cleveland. j -i ... .It is not believed possible for the " Legislature to adjourn fcefore the middle of tliiB week. The Memphis Appeal Avalanche illustrates the insignificance of Italy j publishing a map of-'Texas and r on the inside of its boundries a map" of Italy with not a third of the area taken up. hi Secbetary Foster says that he docs not expect that there will be any surplus in the natiouaL treasury the-coming fiscal year. Nobody ex pected anything of that kind who paid the slightest attention to the last Bepublican Congress. Thursday there were eighteen deaths in New York attributed to the la grippe. There were seventeen the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

VJ&sttnsxAMMSjMxmTi a iwi'mBj tHy.TtftxuHJWijiTit.'s:xaiBiiLJjggJxai.iiq p LOCAL NEWS. One of the biggest improvements on the public square recently in the appearance of things is the" plaster- ing of Kiber's Candy factory. It improves the looks of the building 300 per cent. "Now that the oil mill has been purchased and is to be started up don't think that it will do to rest UDon this accomplishment but let everybody givo the "tow line" a "heave to" for the cotton mill. Indepent)exce people are well pleased with Prof. Clark of Dallas a new teacher whose services were recently secured to teach at that place. He not only pleases them in the fact of his competency to teach but in his management of the School. Teov New York -parties are in correspondence with the Board of Trade endeavoring to sell them a cotton factory and proposes to take gtock in it. - There is no doubt but that sooner or later Brenham will have a cotton factory. The advan- tages of its location will be taken adva...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 April 1891

L 4 B It 1 ' V. B'i ifc If It fe lt r ; LOCAL NEWS. Mb. Ud Habbis is quite sick. Impbovements continue. J- BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. i?TBATO3EiuuEs are in demand. Encourage o'l new enterprises. Clea up around jour premises. The tramps and thieves must go. Late hours are not conducive to health.' Brenhaji is getting a move on herself. . Fishing parties are made up nearly every day. Messes. J. B. Vinson and W. C. lott of Austin are in the city. McElree's "Wine of Cardui and THSDFOBD'S BLAOK-DKAUGHT are sold by all Washington County dealers. Mrs. Dwyer wife of postmaster Dwyer is still quite siok with the measles. . Try fiber's soda water. It is illegal to obstruct the side. walk but we frequently see them obstructed. The re union of the Texas Veter ans here on the 21st inet will be their 18th re union. The Knights of Pythias met last night and conferred degrees in first second and third degree. Beenhaji is on no boom but is steadily improving at a rate that will ultimately...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

v j . . 1. - r- ??? BRENHAM WEEKLY B Office Low Building- corner Sandy and St. Charles Streets Entered at Postoffice Brenham Texas as second class inatter. YOLTJMESXI BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 23 1891. NUMBER ' 17. ANNER X.T. SIW JONS. Curry & Simmons Real Estate kits Brenham Texas Office.over Heber Stone'sBank. Will do a general Real Estate Business. Land in "Washington and adjoining counties for sale. All lands listed with us as well as City Property for- sale or rent will be given our prompt and personal attention. We invite your atten- -tion to the following partial list : Small farm ono mile southeast of Bren- lam on Chappdl Hill road; 53 1-4 acres un- der good fence and well improved at a bar- gain. 5O acres 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham on H & T. C road SO acres in rultivation 20 in timber all under .good fence good im- provements; will sell cheap.. One tract of land 4. miles east of Bren- ham 268 acres 5O in cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham. i500 seres ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

i&';lfrgflfl))gV 'irfSR -p5 -yW"WW8 SeP"- "l"? !eT' - ijs T- "7"!TP ?F- -jeaJX ' !- 4 ummimmmiamwi ii'jujmiimmjKiJr'JfiuJ-vi.iJuMwjjj. The Brenham Banner.) (published daily akd tteeklt.) "Weekly 2 a year in advance. nvn TjwwiI rA transient advertise- Inonts inserted at one dollar per eauare of one men ior tirsi insertion auu my tcuo per square lor eacn suoseuueui. luscmuu. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. Joipr-Fr Wetbusch Burton Texas. F. M. Griffin Lyons Texas. Jo Hikeski AVesley Texas. Paul C. Strecksrt; Caldwell. Texas San Antonio will entertain Presi- dent Harrison Monday with a flower carnival. Rixtv rnilrnnds east of Chicago and St. Louis have agreed to boy cott the Chicago and Alton. Tt ;j hinted tkat Quav is to be bounced from the chairmanship of the Republican-party and Clarkson installed. i. Hfc' Tnv T.Pfiislature hurried through a number of bills on the wind up but neglected the World Jj'air appro priation and the libel la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

& BdSMWiMt LOCAL NEWS Heeeafteb all local notices willTse charged for afc the rate of ten cents per line for each insertion.. WINE OF CARDUI a Tonlo far Women. Me. Lobexz Zeiss has contrac- ied for a handsome addition to his residence on South Market street. The street committee have had Germania street in the southern part of the city surveyed and find that the fence of the B. Harrison property is seven feet two far out and it will "be moved back. Walker's photograph gallery has been turning out stacks of- photo graphs during the past weeK tnat are a credit to any gallery. See his -specimens learn his prices and you will want a dozen. We have ust received a lot of plain and fancy picture frames both Qarge and small and feel sure we can suit the taste of the public both as (Juaility and prices. Be sure and examine our stock. SXELL & BlACKBUBX. Andrew Dickixson a colored sec- tion hand was run over by a freight train on the H. &. T. C. E'y near the 'freight depot Saturday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

5. MJILJLBmtEI'laitBaB he Weekly Banner.! J. O. RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday April 23 1891. -Olatts Spbeckels is said to have pocketed $2500000 within six weeks by his deal with the sugar trust. in SenatobVest wiio was recently in San Antonio says that Cleveland will undoubtedly be the next democratic-nominee for President. Hi" ' Blaine is the ablest and strongest man of his party and his talk of not being a candidate for the Presidency is a drawback to his friends who are trying to boost him for the Presi- dency. The executive committee of the " lady managers of the World's Fair aro having a considerable little row as to who is secretary. Miss Couis- ins has been secretary and it seems that the lady managers want her to ..vacate the place whichshe stoutly refuses. They havedeclared the place vacant however and appointed Miss- Cook in her stead. The Western commercial congress which has been sitting in Kansas city for several days adopted a series of resolutions which stamp them as m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

SAN JACINTO MY. Hoary Headed Heroes in Their 18th Annual Reunion. The Texas Veterans Association was called to order in the Light Guard Armory Monday April tha 20th at 10:17 a. m. by Gen. Walter P. Lane and the meeting was opened with prayer by the chaplain of the As- sociation Eev. J. H. Stribbling of Bockdale. At the roll call the following mem- bers with their place of residence answered present though this per- haps does not include all for owing to" inclemency of the weather there were a number in the city who had not got out to the meeting: "Walter P.Lane President; Guy M. Bryan First "Vice-President; Madison G. Whitaker Second Vice- President; Stephen H. Darden Sec- retary; A. Deffenbaugb Treasurer. "Washington Anderson Bound Bock Williamson county; Elijah Allen Bartlett Williamson county; A. J. Adkisson Austin Travis coun- ty; John Adriance Columbia Bra- zoria county; Mrs. M. L. Allen Burnet Burnet county; Miles S. Bennett Cuero DeTVitt county; Guy M. Bryan Shoal Point Galve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

The WeeMy Banner. JT. O KANK1N Proprietor. OBidal Jonrnal of Green's Brigade Association Thursday April 23 1891. Typhus fever is causing many deaths in the city of Mexico. . Makt Aotebson Navabbo has got a baby says the cable dispatches. Bismabck candidate for the reich- stag has been elected by-a large majority says a Berlin dispatch. Thebe is not a man on the royal labor commission appointed by the British government to investigate the relations between capital and labor. i m Kepobts come from Smithville Ga. to the effect that a strange animal invades that town and de- vours stray cats and dogs. Brenham ought to import several of them. The International fair at San An- tonio dies hard but unless it can be revived with assurance of better suc- cess than heretofore it deserves a death that knows no resurrection. Gov. Hogg is receiving assurances from1 the railroads that they will .throw no obstacle in the way of the commission bill but abide7 by it and endeavor to comply with its pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

T9BFgWIMfflB d -nmm-auji r II.1.JI i.t.'gmc- jinum j.iiLJt.vtJnjmuiaiinijuuiv.ij.j.!.iwii;juaj bh iitb JEOCEZTNEWS. Three train loads of fine cattle passed here over the Central rail- road Friday going east. In the mayor's court Thursday Prank Hon sen on a charge of drunk and disorderly was fined $5 and COSt. 4 The gun club were out at the park practicing on blue rock Thurs- day evening and made some good scores. Couet square is receiving its first spring shearing the work of the lawn mower greatly improving its appearance? As elegant hand painted screen is on exhibition at the jewelry store of Mr. A. T. Threadgill the handiwork of Miss Nellie Bradley. A proposition is pending between the compress company and the cotton seed oil mill company to consolidate the two companies into one. A coloked Missionary Baptist church was recently organized in the Clear Springs community west of this city and will be known as New Gillhum. Thursday morning Mr. E. H. Everaburg narrowly escaped being ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 23 April 1891

lv .... r:v LOCAL- OTTWS. over now for The re-unions are tHe Mal-fesfc. Sttphbht. of the veterans left for their homes Tuesday night. The contractors left here yester day with eleven prisoners for Hunts ville. ttEJ-BLACK-DRAUQHT tea cures ConsUpaUon. The hotels have been crowded to their utmost canacitv during: the f 4. 1 w two days of the re-union. Dr. Joseph Tbistbam leaves to-day for an extended European trip where he wiU spend the summer re- turning in September. McEIree's TVine "of Cardui and THKDFOBD'S BLA.OK-DBAUGHT are sold by all Washington County dealerr The Baxxeb received a' call yester- day from Mr. B. P. Foster of Buck- horn and3Tx. W. C.. Bell of Bell- ville. Me. C. B. Thompson of Michigan who came here to start a barber shop is sick at the .Pennington hotel. Carbonated Boot Beer at Kiber's. EvERXTHixa was free to the old Texas Veteran's while li Brenham. If they wanted anything they had only to ask for it and it was quickly provided. Col. IbEbctoe formerly a well kno...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 April 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. i VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY. APRIL 30 1894. NO. d8. "v. x. r. cckov. X. - V I. r. blUUOX Gurry & Simmons MMate tents ir Brenham Texas OflWoverHeber Stone'sBank. vWill do a general Real Estate Business. Land in "Washington and adjoining counties for sale. All lands listed with us as well as City Property for sale or rent will be given our prompt and personal attention. We invite your atten- -tion to the following partial list : Small farm one mile southeast of Brar ham on Chappell Hill road; 631-4 acres un der good fence and well improved at a bar- rain. ' 5O acres 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham on H. & T. C road 80 acres in cultivation 2O in timber all under good fence good im- provement; will sell cheap. One tract of land 4 miles east of Bren ham 268 acres 5O m cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham iBOO acres fine land in Bosquo county 100 Acres m cultivation lor sale cheap or win trade for Washington county property. Ore nice' dwelling...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 30 April 1891

WMsrsa nre r'fF'T-''? ? The Brenham Banner. (rUBLISUXD DAILY AXD 'WEEKLY.) "Weekly 2 a yeaf; in advance. 'Tui.ti! Tjmil nnil transient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion ana miy cema per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. John F. Weibusch Burton Texas. F. M. Griffin Iiyons Texas. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. Paul C. Stbeckert Caldwell Texas Enteral at thepostofficeat Brenham Texas as second-class mail matter. A lilt white movement is being started in South Carolina. Pkesidekt Harbison in his speech at Galveston indulged in the hope that letter postage would be reduced to one cent. Gael D. "VT. Stoess brother-in-law of Jefferson Davis and a prominent merchant of Liverpool England died recently. - in A careful study of the press opin- ions shows that Mills of Texas is leading Crisp of Georgia in the race for Speakership of the House. -i ii Cbeigeb who was contes...

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