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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 May 1891

i ? J "-aL LOCAL NEWS The Episcopal Sunday school children enjoyed a day picnicing out at Eosedole Saturday. MeELRggS WINE OF CARDUI for WeiiNerTM. MossBiCKisii is an unknown quan- tity in Brenham. The people are alivo to their interests and are pull- ing together for the good of the city. The colored teachers institute met at Camptown Saturday evening and ildan interesting session. Then- next meeting will be the second Saturday in June. TmjKSDArJwas ascension day the fortieth day after easter and was celebrated by services in tne churches here which was attended by a large number of country people. Tee excursionists who went on the T. P. A. excursion to Monterey have about all returned quite a number coming in Friday. They are unanimous in the declaration that they had a royal good time. There is some talk of putting up a new corrugated iron awning the entire distance of the block on the north side of Main street between Ant and St. Charles. It would greatly improve the appearance ...

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 — 14 May 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Mbs. P. "W. Schoebekbebg is quite sick. gjg- BLACK-DRAUGHT teft cure Constipation. Dr. Cabl Mobris of Slantersv'Ue was in the city yesterday. Db. McLfut of Lyons left for a visit to Velasco yesterday. Mbs. Sabita Tamplin left for a visit to-Hempstead yesterday. Mbs. E. S. Fabmeb has returned from a visit to relatives at Sealy. Oabtmel Lodge No. 39 1. 0. O. P. har received handsome new regalia. Mes. J. B. Kemp and Miss Alice Clemmons left for Hot Springs Ark yesterday. The condition of Mtb. J. H. Meyer who has been quite sick for the past few days remains un- changed. McElree's Wine of Cardui and'THSDFOBD'S BLAOK-DBAUGHT are sold by all Washington County dealers. The Knights of Pythias hold an important meeting last night con ferring degrees ana transacting other business of importance. Bbenhah sends a delegatiomto the Bellville Mai-fest to-day andtwill bo glad to see Bellvdle well represented during the aiai-test nere next wees. Arrangements are being made by a party of ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

I --WpSiljn? ! 'n. I- PV "vcf- V .'! - JSjBkg5. 5w-iSiKS BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2d 489d. NO. -24. VOLUME XXVI. 1 ' ?RSPlB(HJBpMSfcK4S!(s a S.P.CDBBT. J F. SIMMON Gurry & Simmons Id lite if is Brenham Texas Office otct Heber Stone's Bank Will do a ieneral- real estate business. land in Washington and adjoining counties lfor sale. All lands listed with us as well as ritr Timnprtv for sale or rent will he riven Mirxirnmntand nersonal attention. Wein- vit your attention to the following partial list: Small firm one mile southeast of Bren- ham on Chappell Hill road; 53 1-t acres un der gooa lence ana weu unproveu UbBUiU' cain. 50 acres 2 1-2 miles west of Brenhaia on H. & T. C road 30 acre? in cultivation 2U in timber all under good fence good im- Jprovementt; will sell cheap. One tract of land i. miles east of Bren- ham 268 acres 5O in cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham. 1500 acres fine land in Bosque county 100 acres in cultivation tor Bale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

fe The Brenham Banner. (pUBLISHlfD BAILT ASTD WSEKLT.) 'WeeHy $S a year in advance. m ti rA iMLnaient advertiae- kMcmrtKd&toao dollar per square of one inch for first insertion and fifty cents nersquare for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tnbutes of respect in- serted at half price. OUR AGENTS. John F. "Wsibhsch Burton Texas. F. M. GBirnxr Lyons Texas. Jo" MtKMKi Wesley Texas. Paul C. Streckert Caldwell Texas Entered at the postoffice at Brenham Texas as second-class mail matter. Gladstone" is slightly indisposed end is confined to his room. Italian Consul Corte of Now leans has sailed for his home. Or- Theee is quite a panicky feeling in the stock exchange in London. Gov. Tillman of South Carolina is opposed to the third party move of the Alliance. The Salvadoran government has named a committee to prepare for the Chicago fair. t Tse Belding motor and manufac- turing company of Chicago assigned Monday. Liabilities S17500. At Shepherd Mich. a rear-end freight tra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

NEWS j WINE OF CARDUIj Tonic for Women. 2sew potatoes in the market. J3Ik. CiunE Ljiuixe rejoices in the recent advent of a fine girl at his home. Poisox has been put out in the city by someone-and several very fine bird dogs'have been getting it. Mrs. Jxo Scdeet Misses Camp- bell Clara Eaville and Clara Eixby of Chappell Hill were in the city yesterday. The receipts of the ice cream fes- tival given by the ladies of vthe Methodist church Friday night were in the neighborhood of $35. The seven weeks-old infant one of twins of Mr. and Mrs. Evarts died Friday evening and waB buried at the old cemetery Saturday morn- ing. ' McEUVEPS WINE OF CARDUI lor West yeircs. Judge Beauregard Bryan came 3own from Giddings Saturday even- ing after adjourning for the term district court that has been in ses sion there. As the passenger train was com- ing in from Austin at 3 o'clock Sat- urday evening some one threw a j-ock at it that went crashing though the glass door of the baggage coach. f There ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

ogyr'TrTf TTimcxiu ALxaxmwuaxra The Weekly Banner. J. G.KAKKIN. Proprietor. Thursday Hay 21 1891. Gladstone is improving in health. Secretary Blaise who has had a severe attack of the gout is said to be convalescing. - Cleveland's stock for first place in the great presidential handicap in of 1892 is at par. The date of the state prohibition conference has been postponeu aim will be held in Corsicana May 19. The strike of the nine hour men on the cable-road of Dallas is a fail ure. A full force of men have been mifr in n-nrk and officers are on sruard to keep the agitators and strikers from molesting the men nt won... President of the National Alli ance Polk in a recent interview .says that if the Democratic or Re- publican party does not grant them -what they want that there is no question but that the third party will be the result. The forest fires of Michigan and Pennslyvania last week caused wide spread destructiqn'throughout those ' regions destroying many lives and devasting ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

WJ jummumu iiuJm"JU.UFHlii'i uu'mwjjmimjiu!: -ymvu1 ljvi" "u.'.u 'i ' .1 i'ajj.iiiiyn.iinij-i:u...j'u.mif ' " '"WTuaimmuir LOCAL NEWS. A fi3hikq party spent Sunday TValker's lake. at The steam lanndrv is doing a good business. Codstt court convened here Mon day and disposed of several minor cases. Me. "J. J. Wilburs of Chappell Hill spent Monday in the city en route to Belton. The ladies of the Methodist church gave'an ice cream festival at tho Giddings Memorial church Fri- day night. The Cen'tral pay car passed through here Thursday dispensing cash to Central employes at this this place. Mb. P. McDaxiel wife and chil- dren left Monday for Spokane Falls "Wash. which place they will make their home. A crowd of cotton choppers went down to the Brazos bottoms Monday most of the cotton around here having been cnoppea. Me. Will Lusk senior of the livery firm of Lusk & Parks left Thursday night for North Texas to purchase a few fine horses. Capt. T- C. Clay of Independ- ence was in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

' 1116 VYtSeKXy DdllllCl. . J. Q. KAKKIN. Proprietor. '- . Official Jonrnal of Greene Brigade Association Thursday Hay 21 1891. The Senate of Michigan don't be lieve" in Women's rights defeating a hill confering upon women the right to vote at municipal elections. The vote stood 14 and 15. United States deputy marshal are making it lively for the Georgia moonshiners. They are making constant raids capturing the moon- shiners and sometimes getting cap tured.' " The Temple Times says" : "Tern pie needs a better head a better body and a better heart" Accord mg to the Times then lempie is still on its feet as they seem to be about -everything that it has that does not need improving. -- Italian Consul Corte 6ays the Italians wanted to kill Mayor Shakespeare and Messrs. Wickliffe and tarkerson but .he restrained them. In speaking of the return of his letter by the grand jury he says he could expect nothing from a grand jury whose chairman as president of the cotton exchange indorsed the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

S PROCLAMATION By the Governor of the State of Texas. Whereas the Twenty-second Legis- lature at its l'at9 regular biennial ses- sion which adjourned on the 18th day cf April. A. D. 1691. passed the follow ing five Joint Resolutions in the manner prescribed by the Constitution of this State propo3iug certain amendments to the Constitution of this State to-wit. S. .T. K.-No. 19.) Joint Resolution amend- ing Section 4. Article C or the Constitu- tion or the State of Texas. Section 1. Be it resolved by the Leg- islature of the State of Texas: That section 4. of article 6 of the Constitu- tion of the State of Texas be so amended as to hereafter read as follows: Section 4. In all elections by the people tlio vote shall be by ballot and the Legislature shall provide for the numbering of tickets and make such other regulations as may be necessary to detect and punish fraud and preserve the purity of the ballot box: and the Legislature may provide by law for the registration of all voters i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 May 1891

"ns.-ysi f -- i"1 -.- -wWP" "$ ' LOCAL NEWS. Miss Belle Suthehlaxd of Edna is here on a visit to friends the guest of Miss Mamie Nichols. jf BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. . Evekt citizen in Brenham ought to attend the firemen's Mai-fest to- morrow. Turn out ! Turn out I Miss Dome Debbick of Burton is here to attend .the Mai-fest. the gueB. of Sheriff Teague's family. The sum of fifty dollars in cash has been appropriated by the firs- men as prizes for children's games. All prizes paid in cash. The tournament of the Brenham Gun club during the Mai-fest will be largely attended and some of the crack shots of the State will be present - No gambling of any description will be allowed on the Maifest grounds during tie fest. Renters of stands will do well to make a note of this fact McElree's "Wine of Cardui and THEDFOBD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are sold by all Washington County dealers The co!or-d people of this city Jave taken no steps towards cele brating emancipation day as yet althoug...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. A BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 4 4894. VOLUME XXVI NO: 23. J E.f. CCBEV. I. p. snoios Gurry & Simmons Whilst A kits Brenham Texas Office over Heber Stcne'sBank. VYmuo a general rem wuw uimwwo Land in "Washington and adjoining counties M a i- 111 1 J. 1!.1aJ S1. e .rail e? --rit 1 u1 iuI4a liiinnopp lor saie. au lanus usieu mm " " "" city property for sale or rent will be Riven our prompt and personal attention. Wein- f vite your attention to the following partial list: Small farm one mile southeast of Bren- fcam on Chappell Hill road; 531-4 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 30 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 in cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile cast of Brenham. i500 scresfine land in Bosque county 100 " acres in cultivation lor sale cheap or will trade for Washin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

a The Brenham Banner. (ptJBIJSHED DAH.T A5B WEEKLY.) TVeikly S2 a year in advance. Trnus Tttd and transient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion ana nny cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Omtuary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. Official Journal of Green's Brigade Association Entered at the postoffice at Brenham Texas &3 second-elas mail matter. OTJR AGENTS. Johs F. Weibosch Burton Texas. JF. 1L GBiFrnr Lyons Texas. Jo SfiKESKi Wesley Texas. Path. C. Stkeckert Caldwell. Texas The hope of the farmer lies not in the third party move but with Democracy. " Ak umbrella trust is the last. It embraces New York Philadelphia and Boston. The schooner Thomas Hume is believed to have gone down on Lake 'Michigan with all on board. The death of Congressman Houk of Tennessoe removes one of the most prominent figures in the re- publican ranks of Tennessee. It is said that Secretary Blaine's ill health may cause a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

LOCAL NEWS. And the cry ib still for more rain. Vegetables market are plentiful in the Chattel $his office. mortgages for sale at What has become of theatrical troup? the amatuer The flower yards are fragrant with theoder of cape jesamine. Cry BLACK-DBAUOHT tea for DyspepsiS- The drummers continue to put in their visits to Brenham thick and fast Thdbsday was a Catholic holiday And the city was full of country jeople who came in to worship. Tttt. building and improvements .goes on with greater regularity than it did even througn tqe winter months. Engine No. 20 just turned out from the Houston shops passed here Thursday going West on her maiden trip gaily decorated. A Santa Fe flat car on which the break would not work collided with a west bound gravel train on the Central at the crossing yesterday about noon but was not moving with sufficient impetus to cause much damage. About forty of the young folks at- tended the picnic at New Years creek Thursday and are superla- tively enthusi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

itwu jwi " .&- The Weekly Banner. J. O. RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday June i 1891. The Kentucky Democrats en- idorse Cleveland's tariff views. The British have seized Beira a Portuguese port in South Africa. The Illinois State senate has passed the "World's -fair bill appro- priating sioooooo. The great coke strike in Pennsyl- vania has ended and 10000 men re- turned to their work. Congressman L. C. nouk of Ten- nessee died Mondav from the effect of poison taken by mistake. The Reformed Presbyterian church of North America is in annual session afPhiladelphia. The national association of the American Railway accounting officers is in session at St. Louis. A panic prevails as Corunnc occasioned by repeated conflicts between the strikers and the police. The Democrats of Sulphur Springs m mass-meeting assembled felt called upon to denounce the Gibbs banking bill. The International Fair at San An tonio thisfall is a go. After much effort on the part of the press and a great hurrah the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

x. J- l- n LOCAL JNEWS. Chattel mortgages for sale at this office. Me. Jno. Eldbidge of Dallas is here on a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Eldridge. Me. Hebee Stone and wife went down to Houston Sunday to attend the Sam Jones meeting. Robt. Nichols left Monday for Weimer to repair a telephone line running out from there. Messrs. Feaxcis Bros. of Burton brought in a fine lot of beef cattle and .mutton Moaday. Mes. Robt- Thompson went up to Jverrville bunday wnere sne( wm join her husband and spend a few weeks. The dady mail between Brenham and Industry which has been start ing from this end of the line now starts from Industry. JLhe 5renuam uun Ulub were oat at the Park practicing Monday evening and made some very good Lecores. Jins. A. H. Wood who for the oast week has been visiting her daughter Mrs. M. M. Corn at Geneava returned yesterday. Miss Fannie Kennedy has closed her school for the term at Sempro- nitis and returned to her home in this city. Bbenham outdid herself ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. O. RAJJJXIr Proprietor. Thursday June i 1891. The Kentucky Democrats en- dorse Cleveland's tariff views. i in The British have seized Beira a Portuguese port in South Africa. The Illinois State senate has passed the "World's fair bill appro- priating $1000000. The great coke strike in Pennsyl- vania has ended and 10000 men re- turned to their work m p Congressman Ij. C Houk of Ten- nessee died Monday from the effect of poison taken by mistake. The Reformed Presbyterian church of North America is in annual session at Philadelphia. The national association of the American Railway accounting officers is in session at St. Louis. A panic prevails as Uorunua occasioned by repeated conflicts between the strikers and the police. Jonx Ryan's Sons of Atlanta Ga. the largest dry goods house in the South Atlantic states was closed by the sheriff yesterday. .--I Tht. latest move against Russian Hebrews is to compel Hebrews to observe the orthodox Sabbath and to keep their s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

vHi&t . f-4 JLOCAL NEWS North Pole Soda water at Kiber's. PEDrrand vegetables are plenti ful on the market BuBTOir is making extensivo prep- arations for a grand 4th of July cele- bration. Some fine oats of the new crop wero on the market Friday selling at 65 cents .per. hundred pounds. MeElr..'WlNEOFCARDUUorfemlcdliese. -.This is good weather for the ice factory. The hot weather creates a . demand for the product of their factory. The Second Regiment band have ordered new unnornis wmco wm show up in "great shape' when re- ceived. The lawn of the court house yard was getting a close "haircut" Fri- day which greatly improved its ap pearance. Extensive preparations are being made by teachers and pupils of the Briffium High School for their clos- ing exercises. One of the noctural prowlers which have infested Brenhaai for Asome time paid Mr. E. Rouse a " yisit Friday night and appropriated about three bushels of corn. THE'little 3-year-old child of Mr. IkoCohen's fell out of a chai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 4 June 1891

'! y. LOCAL NEWS. Ice Cream at Kiber's to-day. The action of the city authorities in endeavoring to get up an ordi- nance prohibiting the reckless driv- ing of cattle through the streets is worthy of commendation. Such an ordinance shuld long since have graced the book of ordinances. Attention is directed to the law card of S. EL Goodlet Esq. to be found in another column. Mr. Good- let graduated a year ago at the State University and has now decided to to locate in Brenham for the practice of liis profession. All business en- trusted to him will receive prompt attention. Me. T. H. Spahn formerly of JBrenham now of Brownwood is in the city for a few days visit to his old home and friends. He has just returned from San Antonio where he went to be trealed with the Koch lymph but the physicians refused to tate any new cases auring me summer. He says the cases under treatment are all getting along very woy. News of the death of the seventeen-year-old daughter oldest daugh ter of Mr. and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 11 June 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. VOLUME XXVI BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 14 1894. NO. 24. i. r. snoiox Gurry & Simmons 'Brenham Texas. Office'overlHeber Stone'sJBank. "Will do a general real estate business. Land in Washington and adjoining counties for sale. All lands listed with us as wejl as city property for sale or rent will be gven our prompt and personal attention. e in- cite your attention to the following partial list: Small farm one mile southeast of Bren- ham on Chappell Hill road; 63 1-4 acres un--der good fence and well improved at a bar- gain. 50 acres 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham on H. & T. C road 30 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 in cultivation. 100 acres 1 mile east of Brenham. 10OO acres fine lend in Bosque county 100 acres in cultivation tor sale cheap or will trade for Washington county property. One nice dwelling 6 roomSy new and in good repair for ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 11 June 1891

The Weekly Banner.! J. G. RANKIX Proprietor. Thursday June 11 1891. Mrs Grace Potter the beautiful wife of Gilbert T. Potter of Fort "Worth committed suicide at Lin- coln Park sanitarium Chicago Mon- day by throwing herself from a fourth story window. Uncle Sam had better look after the Charleston. Theltata after un- loading her cargo of guns for the insurgents might take a notion to Lave some fun chasing her awhile and "run lier in.' The Legislature at Springfield HI. was turned into a Bedlum Wed- nesday by the ruling of the speaker who would not listen to the vocifer ous veils of some members who wern in favor of reconsidering the bill aDnroDriatinsr S750.000 to the Chicago Exposition. The prince of Wales has an income of Sl.000000 that the British pub- lic pays for the support of himself and his family. The queen in ad dition gives him an annual allow- ance of about a quarter of that -amount. It looks like he ought to be able by economy to pull through and make ends meet on that ...

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