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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 10 September 1891

T-7.. WW-WWT ,...,, --.W,. f LOCAL NEWS. THE-Iair season is approaching. There will Tjo a grand barbecue given at Wesley on the 18th of Oc tober next. About 40 negro cotton pickers wont down to Wallis yesterday and 5ome 20 odd to Bellville. ggj-BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. "Vnnv. Trenksiann's now German Spaper, at Bellville, will make its ap pearance on tne 1 1 tn instant. J Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Flew- ellen, of "Whitman, recently a fine boy. Mother and child both doing well. Mr. J. H. South recently found l U" ouuj nnoDu u. ... r. handle. Owner can get it by calling and paying for this notice. . Near the compress Monday even- "' ing three freight cars jumped the track and kept a force at work ""Hbout three hours getting them back on. The railway companies have issued lo I -a notice to passengers mat passen gers taking freight trains, that the . oaVinnsn will Tint null HD tO dOPOt tO take or deliver passangers. Sheriff Womack sold the busi ness house now occupied by R....

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. — 10 September 1891

The Brenham-Bannen (PUBLISHED DAILY AKD ffXEKLT.) Weekly, 52 a year, in advance. Terms. Lecral and transient advertise Jpo. S. Durham, of Kentucky, has been appointed minister,., resident and consul" general to Hayti, vice Fred Douglass. He is satct to bo a TOT7TH: - Wliy is It so many grow old too prematurely ? colored man of education and ability Sid an old man: " If there is -anything I that will make an old man feel young it i i Dr. John Bull's Sarsaparilla." Yes, there is a deal of buoyancy in a bottle of this excellent remedy, and if it was more gen erally used there would be fewer folks growing prematurely old. The healing and strengthening herbs that enter into its composition make it one of the finest re juvenating medicines that can be com pounded. Said a young wife, when asked how she managed to live so happily with ' at present consul at San Damingo. ments inserted at one dollar per square of one men for hrst insertion, ana any cems Monday the 7th is the day de per squar...

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. — 10 September 1891

-. ianriHreymaraagigjarjifaw&fgaa yiTr7iz.-j (Lj-j-fflsflx LOG-A.LJXEWS. Cotton continues to alvance and is now selling at 8 cents in Bren ham. . . TnE German Lutheran school started Wednesday with about 25 students. The cotton seed oil mill has a large supply of seed on hand and is now running on iuii time. Cabds are out for the marriage of Mrs. Eula M. Goss to Jas. K. P. Gillispie, at Lampasas on Sept. 15tb. Messrs. It- B Johnson, Jno D. Jackson, J. B. Small and J. A. Brown of Chappell Hill were in the city Wednesday. Mn. G. Wenar and family returned to their borne in Dallas yesterday after a few days visit to relatives and friends here. Mb. J. 2f. Chadwick, of Chappell Hill, who for the pist few weeks has been visiting Waukesha, Wis consin, returned Friday. Tee telephone linemen who were working on the line between here and Burton, "walked out"' Wednes day afternoon on account of non payment of wages and walked in town. TwENTt-srx white and twenty-two colored teachers went be...

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. — 10 September 1891

ifo suit. The abuses at Kiagara have a world wide reputation, and one of the awful "ones was aired in a prominent lawyer's office a day or so ago. "Is Mr. inP inquired a woman of the handsome clerk in the of!c re ferred to. "No, he is not in at present,'" was the reply. "Well, I want to see him on impor tant business; there is money in it for him." "You might take a chair; he will probably return soon," said the clerk. The anxious fpmalo sat down and patiently awaited the coming of the man she wanted to so. She had not Ion: to tarry, and soon she was telling her story to him. "1 have been down one of these in clines,1 said she, "and while standing on the rocks a wave came in and wet me to the skin. Wliat can I do about UP' "Why, I dont see as yon can do any thing about it if you mean in the way of damages." "That's what I mean. Here I am wet to the skin, and I feel that I ought to be paid damages." "Well, I can only advise you that under tho circumstances the best thing for you is a...

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. — 17 September 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER ZfSZ VOLUME XXVI BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i7, 1894. NO. 37 5 z& i. p. snnio-t Gurry & Simmons, Id Mate touts, renham, Texas. OSes over Heoer Stone's Bank. 9000 acres .on G. C. & S. F. R. R. in Cole man and Runnels coun ties, all under fence 350 in cultivation, balance in pasture, good water. Brice f per acre, easy 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. 640 acres 7 miles south of Ballinger, $3 per acre. 320 acres 5 miles west of Ballinger, $2.50 per acre. 1,280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger, $3 per acre. M 80 sections in Run--nels, Concho, Coleman and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit. 64,000 acres in the counties of Schleicher ahd Sutton counties, 1.25 per acre. m w $ CURES ALL 5K1N AND blood diseases: i-Ejiiciora enccrti r, r r, ipiecoia uhbiq iuoq. and merit It with rmt iitWtctlca for tb cnrti cf ftll 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. — 17 September 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. G, RANKIN, Proprietor. '! Thnrsday, September 17, 1S91. Willum E. Powell, a negro school teacher in the service of the Camden board of education, has been tendered the post of consul to San Domingo. Secretary Noble has denied the Amplication of the Kicanoo Indians in the Indian Territory, to be al lowed to take their diminished res - ervation lands in common instead of severalty. Sir. William "White, British am bassador at Constantinople, has sent n stronjr note to the norte demand ing apologies for the indignities of fered Uritisn mercnant vessels m tne Dardanelles. lit i The banquet to be given in.honor of President Diaz birtnaay is ex pected to be an amusing affair as many of the alcaldes who are to be present are 'ignorant Indians, who never sat at table or used a knife or fork in their lives and have never been in civilized ssciety, and some few perhaps cannot even speak Spanish, nor have they ever worn trousers or shoes, but simply san dals and white draw...

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. — 17 September 1891

The Weekly Banner. STXPJ?IuEjXE1NT. STATE NEWS. Four cottages burned in Hous ton Sunday. Sherman's artesian well is now 1700 feet deep. The new Batist church at Wallis has been completed. R. H. Bairds gin at Coleman was burned Tuesday. McKinney is reciving 100 bales bales of cotton per day. Jno. Knippa, of Harwood, lost his arm in a gin Saturday. Natural gas at a depth of 1500 feet has been struck at Brownwood. J. M. Coker's gin, near Oakville burned recently. Loss, S4000. At Yoakum work on an artesian well is being pushed night and day. The rain-makers will commence operations at El Paso on tho 15th The gin of I. M. Pearlstone was burned Mondav evening near Buf falo. Flatonia is be connected 'with La Grange and Schulenberg by telephone. The local bastile, the historic "bat cave" of San Antonio is being torn down. Jas. Gallagher was killed at Rosenburg Junction by a tram Sat urday night. The residence of W. F. J. Mor gan was destroyed' by fire Tuesday at Jefferson. Capt. Zchliuski's...

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. — 17 September 1891

NEWS ITEMS. STATE NEWS. API1011IS3IS. Miscellaneous Items. Nogroes rarely' become bald. The river Nile is 5,000 miles long. The onion originally came from Egypt. Arachnolotry is the history of spiders. Mrs. Miller, oi St. Charles, III., is 104. American railroads support S3,-J 000,000 persons. Only one person in a thousand dies of old age. Louis XVII of France never actually reigned. Six hundred babies has been named Ohancey Depew. Mexico is added to the list of fam ine threatened couutries. Twenty-two newspapers in Kan as are edited by women. California's forty-five saving banks have 144,000,000 deposits. I Bret Harte'8 English publishers last year paid him S15.000. Sir Charles Dilke soys a general war in Europe is sure to come. In Chili six new Cabinets on an average are formed every year. Reports of yellow fever at Cuay mas, Mexico, are officially ddnied Only 20 per cent of murdefffic&m milted yearly are every foundput. Gen. Miles is taking up a par ade of Indians for the wor...

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. — 17 September 1891

LOCAL NEWS The Navasota train that makes .Brenham its Southern terminus now, turns on, the "2. here, having to go all around the oil mill and the com press, and the railroad men refer to the turning as "fjomg around tne to." . 1 McEliW. WINE of CARDOI for lemtle dlteues. fLAEA J. Axdebsojt, . formerly of place, but now a teacher in the colored deaf anddumbasylum at Aus-- -iinhasbe'fcnhere during the past week gathering up what students she could for that institution and left Saturday with five. Quite a number of divorces were granted in the district court Satur day, but the most interesting case was that of ilrs. Sarah Abel vs. August Abel, which was granted on the grounds of cruel treatment and their property divided. Tin. Ed. Watson came down from Lee county Saturday, driving through the country with a new jjprse he has just purchased since tne deitli of his seventh the other day. He leaves to day (Sunday) for --&. Trip t J loks.'ii county by private cmveyanee, but says he fea...

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. — 17 September 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. G. KAJfKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, September 17, 1891, Hox. John H. Gear, of Iowa, is a 'candidate for tho vacant commission. shis ccused by tlie Judgo Cooley. resignation of Trrp. Alliance captured a Demo cratic convention at Staunton, Va., TVrondav nnd nominated Alliance representatives to the Legislature. in Mas. Susan Gale Cook, of Ten nessee, is now Permanent Secretary of the Board of Lady Managers, having been elected at the Septem ber meeting. Now that American pork is ad mitted into Germany, an effort will 'bo made to eet the same conces sions from Austria by threatening to retaliate by imposing the duty on beet sugar. A mass meeting was held in San Francisco Saturday in the interest of free coinage. Besolutions were adopted to instruct congressmen to support the free coinage bill lm mediately on the opening of con gress. Hugh L. Jackeox, of Bartlett, shoots his brother-in-law, G. W. Meadows with a bull-dog pistol, in a row about rent Saturday, killing 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. — 17 September 1891

r I. ImOCAL JSfBWS. JTks. Wsr. Huszb, died at the home of her husband between Ber lin and Burton Saturday last of typhoid fever. Boas, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Zernial, Monday morning, a fine boy, No. i. Mr. Zernial is the proudest man in town of his progeny. Two bales of cotton burned on the cotton platform at Chappell Hill Sunday morning. Seven hundred bales near by were saved. Cokstable Will Crockett brought Ned Kinlaw hero Tuesday from Chappell Hill on a charge of burgla ry and incarcerated him in the county.jail. Several car loads of the machin ery for the new compress were re ceived Tuesday, and the work of putting it up goes forward with re newed energy. Two coffins went out in the coun try for children Tuesday, one for a Polander with an unpronounce able name no one could remember, the other for a negro no one knew. The bank clearings of Brenham for the past year aggregate more than S4,000,000, still all the people that wanted money here during the summer could not get accommo dat...

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. — 17 September 1891

The Brenham Banner. (published daily ahd'weekly.) f Weekly, 2 a year, in advance. Tiroifc T.Tal nnr transient advertiso- Jnents inserted at one dollar per square of one men lor tirst insertion, aim miy tenia per sguare for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in serted at half price. Entered at the potoffiee at Brenham, Texas, as second-class mail matter. OfficialJonrnal of Green's Brigade Association OUR AGENTS. John F. Wkibdsch, Burton, Texas. F. M. QnvFFZX, Lyons, Texas.. Jo Mikkski, Wesley, Texas. The colored Farmers' Alliance of Louisiana met at Shreevport Thurs day. William Dalton and Keiley Dean, the suspected Ceres tram robbers, were indentified by Mrs. (iraham. The walls of a foundry in Leeds collapsed "Wednesday and killed two children and fatally injured two others. A tte2 in the four-storv brick building, numbers 107 to 111 Myrtlo avenue, .New Jtorlr, caused a 5.1.UU, 000 less. The American tin plate company with a capital stock of 8300,001...

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. — 17 September 1891

K LOCAL NEWS. Eight passenger trains arrive and leave Brenham daily. Quantities of lucious fruit graces the standr. around the city. Has all efforts to secure electric lights for the city of Brenham ceased. i Ox with the railroad to velasco and other things will be added unto Brenham. Tiro nnmnress tiacks 800 bales of cotton per day, and is kept busy all the time. -,M The railroad accommodations of Brenham is not excelled by many much larger cities. Beenham is receiving a world of cotton, the warehouses and plat forms being crowded. E. B. Muse, Esq., of Cameron, was in the city yesterday to attend the marriage of-his sister. The gins all over the county are crowded and behind with their work, and the cotton it comes roll ing in. Mk. C. F. Brans, traveling agent of the H. &T. C. E'y, was here Thursday soliciting business for the Central. A movement is on foot to get Prof. Browning to return and 'take his place as leader of the Second Kegi ment band. Thuksdat. there was only one c...

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. — 17 September 1891

The Weekly Banner. BRENHAH, TEXAS. Eemembeb the B&sseb when you sell your cotton. "Rrr. Oscar Samuels went to Bel- ton to attend the Postmasters con vention Tuesday. The grand jury Tuesday returned seven indictments. Two felonies and five misdemeanors. iMcElrt't WINE OF CAHDUl for t emalo dlxeuea. A toece of hands with scrapers were at work on Oentral street Tuesday, which promises when they are through with it to be much more passable than before the Cen tral switch to the new compress cut away any of it. Passesger locomotives have set fire to several grass pastures on the roads passing here in the past two or three days. Among those who have had grass burned were Messrs. Heber Stone, L. Kirk, Wm. Weh meyer and Jno. Kalston. Qy- BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cures Constipation. "W. R. Ewesg. of Washington pre cinct, was examined before a com mittee of the Brenham bar Wednes day, composed of Messrs. 0. L. Ed dins, R. E. Pennington and W. B. Garrett, and the committee reported favorably, and...

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. — 24 September 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNE JLV VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER '24, 1894. NO. 38 i. r. erriox Gurry & Simmons, iealEstate kits, v-$ i w ?renham5 Texas, Office overHeber Stone's' Bank. . ' - ' . 9000 acres on G. C. & S. F. R. R. in Cole man and Runnels coun ties, all under fence 350 in cultivation, balance in pasture, good water. Price $4 per acre, easy terms. p 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. 640 acres 7 miles south of Ballinger, $3 per acre. 320 acres 5 miles west of Ballinger, &2.5C per acre. 1,280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger, $3 per acre. 80 sections in Run nels, Concho, Coleman aftd Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit. 64,000 acres in the counties of Schleicher and Sutton counties, 1.25 per acre. eissQ CURES ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES' kbj djL&a tuooru P. t. If u ft splendid combination. ud preterit It with (mt uUsffc...

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. — 24 September 1891

2 CS ' i y ' -a - --g The Brenham Banner. (PUBLISHED DAILT ASD WEKKLT.) Weekly, S2 s, year, in advance. Terms. Ial and transient advertise- Jaenta inserted at one dollar per squaro of one inch for first insertion, and juty cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect iiv serted at half price. EutereU at the potoffice at Brenham, Texas, as seconu-ciass man mauer. Official .Trtnrnal of Green's Bripule Association OUR AGENTS. Jomr F. "WEtunscn, Burton, Tesas. F. M. Gmffet, Lyons, Texas. Jo 3IiKKsn, Wesley, Texas. Ecus and Fekgekkos's concession in Mexico for a negro colony has been forfeited for the non-compliance with the contract. - The authorities nave arrested a man at Bamberg, S. C, whom they believe to be Tascott. It is to be hoped 'that he is the right man, for in that event the public will then get a rest on this matter. It has been decided to allow the Russian Jews, detained at Boston under the immigration law, to land upon the filin...

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. — 24 September 1891

u hjK LOCAL NEWS. There was a big dance at Sommer ville Thursday night lastiug until day light Friday morning. Goon crops mean a renewed prosperity for the country and that is the period, which is now being entered upon. Jons Hood, an old colored man living in the South-eastern portion of the city, died on Thursday night and was buned Friday. The insurance companies have ad justed some of the losses sustained by the removal of goods at Burton during the recent fire there. K. . Dickson was arrested on an indictment returned by the grand jury Friday evening and lodged in jail on the charge of fornication. Kate Morris, colored, is also indicted on the same charge. It was reported here Thursday that in a difficulty near Burton a few days ago between jVIt. Chas. Brethaner and ITr. Frank Broesche the latter had his arm broken and was otherwise badly hurt. ,1 :;otio diummer who was in the city Friday bud 2150 pounds of Lavage aud niter being allowed his 15 ) pound on his ticket to his next...

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. — 24 September 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. O, RANKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, September 24, 1891. The strikes in Milam, Rome, have ended, and work has been resumed in the factories. , ! IxGuxsmust have a gall to as sert, as be does, that Harrison has no opposition in his party. i hi "Our gold" is returning from En ninfi. r-ivr n.n exchange. All richt. triad to hear it. Is it coming this way? A "West Poixt, Miss. Alliance has surrendered its charter on acount of the sub-treasury foolishness ; others will follow. - Tee banking world has been start led bv the robbery ot tne ljonaon and iVestminister bank (limited) of London of near Sl,000j000. Mesicax troops are still after the revolutionists, and they are said to "be making for the Texas side of the Rio Grande, near Jirownsvuie. A BrfiinxoHAir, Ala., woman, who Las been married about one year has recently eiven birth to four children, three boys and one girl. But for the sub-treasury demands of the Ocala platform of the Alii- ance the Democrats could easily...

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. — 24 September 1891

LOCAL JSfEWS. The Santa Pe yards are full of trains. A load of watermelons, perhaps the last of the season, were sold here Saturday. "Rr.nra college has 53 attendants, with the prospect of a large increase next Monday. The, 'Central yards are so crowded that freight trains are frequently de layed in passing. The fest at Baker's pasture near Gay Hill, was well attended Sunday. Voss' band furnishing the music. The little child of Mr. W. Stuck ert, which has "been dangerously ill for the past few days, is improving. Deep water at the mouth of the Brazos increases. "What is Brenham doing towards getting there by rail! . The match game of ball 'between Gay Hill and William Penn Satur day, resulted in a victory for Gay Hill5to 1. Theee is some talk of the express ana the Western "Union telegraph "V rifiees both beiner moved to the union depot. A leopaed cat caught on the Nueces recently, exhibited here by Mr. Will Morris attracted consider able attention Tuesday afternoon. Jno. Thompson, ...

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. — 24 September 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. G, .BAN KIN, Proprietor. Tfinr&day, September 21, 1891, It was all a mistake about Eng land seizing the Island of Mitylene. Fifteen deaths from cholera have occurred aboard the British war-ship Marathon at Bombay. Four persons were killed at Vien na bv an explosion on a rock boring TeeEel at the iron gates Monday. It is now estimated that the Mar tinique hurricane caused a loss of 10,000,000 and 378 lives. The Liquor Dealers Association is to have an organ in Austin. It - will be the Daily Morning Herald. Cosgeessman Hills chances grow brighter for the Speakership as the time approaches for Congress to convene. Ax effort is being made in London for the release of Mrs. Maybrick, and Sir Chas. Kussell and Sir Hor ace Davy have been retained. The St. Louis Alliance convention appointed a committee of seven to devise ways and means to start a campaign of education in each state against the sub-treasury and land loan schemes. HI The chief of police of the City o...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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