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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 25 June 1891

! jua-iaan jnij.i'SZcaesBtXifi'.rpyx -w.iw J'-'vrvT:.-. jji i...rsgTCW'-sjraa iv n LOCAL NEWS. Miss Tische Fordtran of "Waco is in the city visiting the family of Mr. M. A. Healey. The streets are insufferable dusty but no sprinkling save an occasional sprinkle from naturs water works relieves tis of the dust. The Baxner force tenders thanks to SIaj. Lauraine for a couple of ne watermelons which were deli- ciou3 and heartily enjoyed. Emil Dubois formerly of this city and known as tho "little French- man" was found dead in Cedar creek near Havasota Thursday. Supposed to have suicided as he had been suffering with mania apotu. The fishing party composed of Messrs B. S. Kodgers Jno. G. Ban- kin L. F. Grasmuck E. L. Ammons and Dr. T. O. Hynes returned from their fishing trip up on the Tegua Thursday evening and report that they had an excellent time and caught an abundance of fish and killed some game. Aixex Peeby colored was in the city Thursday and on his way to his home in Pleasant H...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 25 June 1891

i-TTyVT1 MTJT; rrTaC2KZX2XB3mrKX0Vmaa!BC-M&YWtX ! w- LOCAL 1STEWS. Ice Creanmt Kiber's to-day. Bead the change in the advertise- ment of Messrs. A. & H. Harrison if you are in search of bargains. A fishixg party left the city to- day for Capt. Clay's ranch where Friday they will have a big picnic and fish fry. The alley next to the Opera sa- loon is being filled in so that it will have natural drainage enough to keep it clean. There was a concert at Germania hall last night by Mr. A. S. Hobile assisted by Chas. iiredow a German Commedian. The county commissioners' are in Session Sitting Ub a uuam uj. cuau- zation on the report 01 the county tax assessor. BLACK-DRAUGHT tea. cures Constipation. Milking Toung Helfere. The fact that young heifers will not give bo much nor so rich milk as the same animal will when fully matured is well known. It should not. however prevent good feed inir and careful milking. Moro than usual pains should be taken to milk clean by which is meant ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 July 1891

v BRENHAM WEEK BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDj iQLUME XX VI. in V - IT .T. CCBav I. r. snoios Gurry & Simmons ieaJ Estate kits Brenham Texas. Office over Heber Stone's Bank. "Will do a General real estate business. L .1 1 in Washington and adjoining counties for sale. All lands listed -with us as well as env pre- crty for sale or rent will be Riven cafprompt and personal attention. We in- vite jour attention to the following partial list: One tract of 73 acres 50 in cultivation balance in timber all under fence good bouse bam and out houses well and run- ning water on premises about six miles South West of Brenham on Mill Creek. 50 acres 2 1-2 miles west of Brenham on H. & T. C. road 30 acres in cultivation 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 acres fine 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 — 2 July 1891

l &u?zr(- : TS- J -jiiinRDHnniwA 'Vr "- n "! The news comes from Nev that neitner Uleveland. nor Jim vi come South this year. The contract for horticultural hall nt the World's fair to cost $201- 230 has been awarded. The Illinois legislature has passed the Australian ballot bill and it has teen signed bv the governor. THS'Russian government has for- l)id the Jews to emigrate and over one hundred are detained on the frontier. Bills abolishing plural voting and enfranchising women will be in- troduced in the New South "Wales parliament. It is said that there is no rivalry between Blaine and Harrison and they are on the best of terms and that Blaine yill support Harrison for president. ii i Johanx Most the anarchest has been imprisoned in New York for the term of one year. The country will be relieved of his rantings for at least that length of time. The Chicago Times of June 19 contained 119 pages. That's too much paper for one issue. People in this busy age don't want to look ov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 July 1891

? - ssran 4l-itW.&:' J .sv.e ffljCra.-iiS.- RMBf'.'j-" SXj mJ J ir.!' st?.'.."? kw- gs W&33E 4 I 1fe X LOCAL JSTEWS "KT.J-1 "Drtl.1 ClJl) TTnlfiWnf TKfil-'o .V"wui -1- "1D "Ul" "ttrei " "" - V oiight Guard fifty strong will &. ?P "v Burton next Saturday il. T. H. Dwyek Sr. is confined to his bed with a painful car-bunckle on his hack. MeELBEE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerro. Me. Yeiser and Miss Alma Yeiser -of Austin came down Saturday evening to attend the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Botts little daughter. The summer excursion rates now in effect will be advanced the first of July. If you contemplate going off. f a can go cheaper before that time. Mr. C. Giesecke presented the Baksee with a couple of plum limbs loaded from one end to the other with a fine variety of plums just ripening. A social at the residence of Mrs. S. A. Williams at Independence Saturday night was attended by some of the young folks from this city who no doubt had an enjoyable time. Died at the r...

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

Jay Gould is reported to against the coinage of silver. He 1S not opposed to "coining' it hini- self which he has done to such an xtent that he can't realize how bad the country needs more money. Elisabeth McVay of Eose Hill fasted 43 days and died at the ex- piration of that time Friday last. Tanner the celebrated faster was with her before death and pro- nounced the case the most remark- able on record. Physicians will hold an antopsy. The unveiling of the statue to Gen. StonewallJackson at Lexing- ton Va.' will take place on July 21. July 21 is the thirteenth anniversary of the first battle of Manassas where Gen. Jackson then Colonel com- manding a Tirginia brigade won his first laurels in the Confederate army and received the soubriquet "Stone- wall." One of the novel buildings at the Exposition will be the Casino and pier. The Casino which will stand out in the lake 1000 feet from the shore is intended to reproduce Venice on a small scale m Lake Michigan. Burling & Whitehou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 July 1891

7- .vammliaSllSUJirttr&SStflttiimni&WAWl -V. a.1 :. jsl-tiv j i.'.. u'jnz LI JUL. i J1KE HKTbQY XsOCAL JSIBWS. Tbe sidewalk from Harrison's cor- Jpber's ia being widened a .TaitSJitjf Monday is reported R'ettv eeneral throughout the sec tions of the county heard from. Judge C. G. Garrett is at home for his summer vacation now and will not return to Austin before Oc- tober. 11b. Wm. Bode had some of the finest samples of corn and cotton on exhibition at Krentzlin's store Sat urday that we have seen. The hobbv-horse outfit after a weeks engagement here have folded their tents and lit out for other pas- irea green and fresh. TThe 4th of July excursion rates pro the distance does not oxceed SUO miles will be one fare for the I round trip over the Santa Fe. Everybody that ever lived in Bren- iham seemed to have sent in coupons Sunday. There was 29 letters favor- ing the 'Central Texas candidate Miss Nettie Estes. i. iMBsaaftldes day operator at the TpSntS FeMegraph office left Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 July 1891

V '&S - S1 ' "-Wf" nsu.y B&&&& The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILY AND "WEEKLY.) Weekly S2 a year in advance. Terms. Leral and transient advertise ments inserted t one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion and fitly cent! Der sanare for each subsequeut insertion. Ohuuary notices and tributes of respect in serted at half price. Entered at the postofSce nt Brenham Texas is secona-ciass mau maiier. Official Journal of Green's Brigade Asportation OUR AGENTS. John F. "Weibdsch Burton Texas. F. M. Griffin Lyons Texas. Jo Mikeski Wesley Texas. Path. C Streckert Caldwell Texas Gladstone is in bad health. The chamber of deputies in France are debating the anti-slavey act. The- British steamship Leid has been wrecked on the French coast. The work of ejecting the intruders in the Indian Territory goes brave ly on. The commercial convention on with Jthe United States has been completed at Madrid Spain. The .New Orleans Picayune says- that "in politics it is alwa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 July 1891

-.JS & WAei I Hill ijJJl MWaWHHHSia - iQOAi NEWS. $5&.D. J. Parks and wife lef tThurs- Jor Tpmple which will be re home. : Truck Grower's Association jpexb-jnree more car ioaas 01 "ns Thursday from this city. 7 Tnts is Bplendid weather for the ice Jactory which is turning out a suppy for the hot denisons. . The Banner acknowledges the re- ceipt of an invitation to the Grand Fireman's ball to 'bo given by the Hempstead fire department at the pavilion grounds in that city July 1. TflosE who attended the barbecue at Channoll Hill "Wednesday are en thusiastic in their praise of its suc- cess and the hospitable manner in jjjich thoy were treated down ' iF The family of Mrs. Chaplin left fcp'Vernon Thursday which will be ftUir future home home. They have many friends here who regret to see fhiR int.ereaf.ini familv leave es pecially will the many friends of Misses Carrieand Bessie miss them. Mb. John Ewixo of Washington was m the city Thursday ana ex- tended the Basses an invitati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 2 July 1891

swgp? -i'3tsajrftin it1. . 1..H ' i . I'll"!' i ; LOCAL NEWS. Ice Cream at Eber's to-day. Is tfce Mayor's court Wednesday mornm? Jim Lawson was tinea fc& and cost for fighting. The fighting was with his wife. who for Mineral Wells for his health is in the city looking much improved. Mb. J. H. Blackburn some time has been at BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. Oapt. Saji G. Eagsdale an honor- ary member of Green's Brigade and brother of Mnj. Ragsdale of Cald- well sent down 100 votes for Miss Nettie Fstes from Caldwell a day or two ago. Miss Nettie Estes went down to Hempstead last evening to attend the barbecue aud ball. On the train she was the cynosure of all eyes when it was learned she was the middlb Texas favorite for the Hous- ton Post scholarship. The remains of Jas. Bassett Wil- liams 5-year-old son of Mr. J. B. Williams came in on the 11 o'clock Santa Fe Wednesday and was met at the depot by a number of friends and relatives who attended the funeral which took place f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. ..? . ifc YOLTJME XVI. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING JULY 9 1891. JSTLTMBER- 156. i.j snorox irry & Simmons leal Mate Anots tham Texas. co ovirHeber Stone's Bank . o fnArl taa! pstatrt business. ?7 W.liiri4A nil oHinininrr ivmntips fors .coin All lTri lUtrt with us. as well as city property for sale or-rent win oe given our prompt and personal attention. We in- vite your attention to the following partial list: One tract of 73 acres 60 in cultivation balance in timber all under fence good house bam. and out houses well and run- nine water on premises about sis miles South West of Brenham on Mill Creek. 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- provements; will sell cheap. One tract of land 4 miles east of Bren- ham 2GS acres 5O in cultivation. inn rws 1 mile east of Brenham. U. MWC .i. " .... -i - - i500 acres fine land in Bosque county 100 acres in cultivation lor sale c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

The Weeldy Banner. J. G. RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday Jnly 9 1891. Austral- Illinois lias adopted the ian ballot system. The sultan of Turkey lias ratified the Brussels anti-slavery act. Lieutenant-Gov. Pendleton favors an extra session of the Legislature. ' A census bureau bulletin says the United States are the leading pro- ducers of aluminum. ii -- The druth in British India con- tinues. The poorer classes are suf- fering for food and water. Gen. Jubal A. Eaely will deliver the oration at the unveiling of the Jackson monument July 4 at Lex- ington Ky. i ii The Houston Post schoralship contest excited more interest here than a gubernatorial contest or a presidential election. Hi The order of the State Militia makes it mandatory on the part of the voluntary eruard to assemble in encampment once a year. f Sheeitp and Tax Collector John Warfield of Desha county Arkansas as missincr. He is snort in ins ac counts at Jeasfc $25000. The weather bureau has been -transferred from the United...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

X.OCAL NEWS North Pole Soda water at Kiber's Thebe were 172 Bronhamites who ktoolc in the. 4th of July celebration latBorton Saturday. In the' Mayor's court Saturday radrnjng Agnes Farrall Maggie Jones and Molly Moodyniann -were eacn. .tinea c.a5 including cost on a charge of using profane obscene and abusive language. fcMcELREE'S WINE OF CARDUI for Weak Nerves. Some thief entered the dining at the residence of Mrs. A. ieese on Ant street Ixiday by breaking: the lock on the 3d appropriated a considera be m - . . m such groceries as he could ijtly carry off. Lof July celebration in lis indeed tame the only iat anybody was cele- a procession of negro to platoons dressed in red who marched down Sandy Always One Point Lower than C. Lasch caught some boys Is watermelons near tnis city Trday and after giving them a isiderable fright carried them to their parents asking that they he chastised. So many depredations have been made on his watermelons that he has determined to break it up and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. G KANKIN Proprietor. Thursday July 9 1891. Sexatok Horace Chiltok spoke for two hours at Cameron on the 4th his "first spe'ech since his appoint ment. His speech was in harmony with the democratic platform adopt ed at San Antonio. It was a glorious Fourth. Almost the entire Union celebrated and fewer tragedies are reported than usual on the occasion of large gatherings simultaneously through out the country. The Arbitrator! published at Cole man is a new bark launched upon the sea of journalism with Messrs. Boom & Futch at the helm. It is a seven column folio with a patient outside and is devoted. The Charleston has returned to San Francisco harbor with the Itata with her original crew. They came direct from Iquique being out 23 days. She will be turned over to the United States authorities. The Baxxer believes there ought to be an extra session of the Legis lature but not lor the sole purpose of remedying the alleged evil that .some of our exchanges are cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

I fln-iirm LOCAL NEWS. The Brenham Field Artillery were at at the Park drilling Monday Kemng preparing tor me encamp- fent. : first bushel of the new crop rn that has been ground this rear was by air d. w. J&ariywrue for Mr. "Win. Gilhspie. ' Lou Knapp' was fined including cost S7.95 in the mayor's court Monday morning on a charge of profane and abusive language. The steam laundry has shut down for a rest spell. If this warm weath- er and flying dust can't spoil enough shirt fronts and others to keep it go- ing it evidently will not pay at any time. The mass meeting of the citizens of Chappell EGlUvvhich was held in tnatpiace oaraayeyemutjj lcnuw:u in. a law anamorner ieaguu uaiu fbrmed thrSiiiuvatsal sentiment of .fhatthellaws must be en ju-jnember is pledged ;nd all assistance in ards their enforce- Ik BrtrtbrrSaturdaV evenin" as le vehicleSn which Mrs. Krug wife of District Clerk Krug was be ing driven from the grounds of the celebration to the depotthrough careless and reckl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

The Brenham Banner. (published bailt asd "wieklt.) 'Weekly S2 s year in advance. wonts inserted at one dollar per square of one men lor tost insertion aim uity u per squ&refor each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. Entered at the pqstoffice at Brenham Texas as setond-class mail matter. Official Journal of Green's Brigade Association OUR AGENTS. Joeut F. Weibtsch Burton Texas. F. -M. Gbtwc.- Lyons Texas. Jo Mikkski Wesley Texas. GIDDING'S GRIST. Giddixgs Texas July 1st 1891. Editob Buoceb. I have just re turned from Aaansas Pass where I met Messrs. B. B. Eivers and Julian McFarland of Brenham injoying the delightful Gulf breeze for wnicn that city is fully noted it being one of the most pleasant summer resorts upon the Texas coast. I also attended the sale of lots at PortlaDd which is beautifully situa- ted en CorpuB Christi bay about saven miles north of Corpus Christi and through which runs the 'San Antonio and Aransas Pass...

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

:t n ft"T'7aTiTyyTfrtf.rii"izarg3iafsry ;sco-i- wz . i uTssc..tasnxxsu ocatrvEiTCs: s.-Xyixxxflrw rr.vixsozst. 5f I SOCAL NEWS. Mb. T 4.. Low and familyleft for eLfciorl to spend a month luurs- y- A "rowd of Central railroad lands were sinking a sewer in front Sf the Central freight depot Thurs- day. Cab load after car load of water- melons are bein shipped daily from Brenham. Mb. J. S. Betas of Austin the city visiting his parents lives and friends. is in rela- Much was expected of the "Peak Sisters" Friday night and those who attended were not disappointed. B. Breedlove Esq. passed lere from Bellville Friday ais home in Fisher J. SwEABixGEN came in fr6m San Antonio en route law university of Virginia Tere he goes to take the summer ur.se. Two bales of cotton caucrht on fire at the Zurcher platform Friday afternoon and were badly damaged but extinguished before they were burned up. Mr. Jno. T. Carlisle of Chappell Hill was in the city Thursday. He says the recent rain down there wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 9 July 1891

LOCAL NEWS. JSJ-BLACK-DRAUGHT te cores Constipation. Mr. T. T. Lott. of JNavasota is in the city. Mk. Hugh Lusk went up to San Antonio yesterday. Capt. M. M. Felder of Chappell Hill was in the city yesterday. Sevebil fine loads of hay were offered for sale here Wednesday. Mr. Emil Cohn of Dallas is in tho city -visiting parents and friends. ? - -. Misses Jennie and Fannie Jjock- ett are spending a week with their; aunt at Sealy. Misses Hattie Nichols and Mollie Hutchinson are at Corpus Christi to spend a month. Misses Fannie and Edna Kennedy and Fannie McOlusky are at Bell ville on a visit. Mks.W. M. Boyle of tonio js visiting the "old home" at Eosedale. San ' An- folks at Messrs Heber Stone and wife Dr. Blackburn and young Minkwitz left Tuesday for Mineral Wells. WINE OF CARDUL a Tonic for Women. Dr. A. E. Goodwin of Chappell Hill went np to Lyons Wednesday to attend the District Conference. Mesdajies Sally Lusk Sarah Mc In tyre I. M. Ewing ana Miss Bessie Ewing left Wednesday lor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 16 July 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. VOLUME XXVII. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 16 4891 NO. 28 I. r. 6IUM0K Gurry & Simmons Brenham Texas. Office over Heber Stone'sJBank. 9000 acres on G. C. & S. F. R. R. in Cole- man and Runnels coun- lies all under fence 350 lii cultivation balance J pasture good water. Price 4 per acre easy ifflWrats terms. 8000 acres two miles from Ballinger all un- der fence 6 per acre. 640 acres in Run- nels county $3 per acre 640 acres in Run- nels county $6 per acre. z 640 acres 7 miles south of Ballinger $3 per acre. 320 acres 5 miles west of Ballinger $2.50 per acre. 1280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger $3 per acre. 80 sections in Run- nels Concho Coleman 4 and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit 64000 acres in the counties of Schleicher and Sutton counties $1.25 per acre. i MAN AND WOMAN. P. P. P. will purifj- and fltallze your blood create a good appetite and give your whole system tone and strength. A prominent railroad superintendent at Savannah...

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

w he Weekly Banner. "TT JT. O. TtANKIN. Proprietor. Thursday July 16 1S91. Cheyesse county Colorado is be- ing devastated by grass-hoppers. A heed of eighty-five buffalo will be exhibited at the World's Fair in Chicago. This glorious union is now com- posed of forty-four States with a few more precincts to hear from. Pbaxce has squandered S2G0000- 000 on the Panama canal project and has little or nothing to show A caxvass of the political situa- tion shows Cleveland and Blaine the favorites for the head of the Na- tional tickets. Tfif. raihvav commission are re ceiving complaints fore and aft on the long and shoifc haul which they are requested to regulate. VriTH a big corn oat and wheat crop Texas invites the immigrant to come and cast his lot among us. low is the accepted'time. Toe Houston Post truthfully re- marks that the most merciless critics to newspapers are those who give them the least patronage. . A bloodless revolution has taken jl3ce in Santiago and the president has be...

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