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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

I J BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNE VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 4894. NO. 39 JHL t K 1 i - h i. r. sresioN urry & Simmons Mfahto ifflts Brenham3 'Texas. Jt z .V- " Office over Heoer.Stone's Bank. A'' "-. -t- n r. CURRV 9000'?acres oiV G. C. &S.F. R.R. in' Cole- man and Runnels coun- M ties; all uncler fence 350 m cultivation balance - in pasture good water. Price $4 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- pels 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. 1280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger $3 per acre. 80 sections in Run- mels Concho Coleman .and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit t 64000 acres in the counties ofSchleicher and "Sutton counties 1.25 per acre. TpsP sp fis sa sSS CURES ALL SKIN AND BLOOD DI5EA5E5. and pntcrlb It with (rtt utUficLoa for th cum of til lonri n...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

?i The Brenham Banner. (published daily asd weekly.) "Weekly S2 a year in advance. jaents insertedat one dollar per square of ? t. J tl 4. :nA.:An anil firtT' WTltC ono men lor urai. iu?un.iui n "-j .-." per square for each subsequent insertion. Obituary notices and tributes of respect in- serted at half price. Entered at the postoffice at Brenham Texas as fcc.nil-ela5s mail matter. Official Journal of Green's Brigade Association OUR AGENTS. Joiin F. Weibcsch Burton Texas. F. M. Gritfc Lyons Texas. Jo 3IiKESKi Wesley Texas. Savannah claims lean theater. the oldest Amer- The New York attempt to corner coftee was a failure. Russia has ordered twenty engines and 585 carriages tor her war line. Walter Gkesham is being urged for the vacancv on the inter-state commerce commission. According to American Army of ficers the much talked of smokeless gunpowder is for small arms utterly worthless. Macon Ga. has a ten-year-old stenographer and typewriter who has started in business for herself i...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

-A ' The Weekly Banner. J. O RANKIN Proprietor. Thursday October 1 1891. Rain makers are trying their hand in Kansas. There was a slight earthquake felt at St. Louis Saturday night. Empereeor "William has subscri- bed S5000 to the Spanish sufferers. Bimaeck is displessed with the Aisace-Loraine passport decree. The Houston Post on last Sunday . published the Texts of all tho Pres byterian preachers in tile btate. Srnator Colquitt of Georgia says that no honest man can favor the sub- treasury bill. This is putting the question pretty strongly. i in - The Mauser rifle lias been adopted for the Spanish army and experi- ment will be made with smokeless p owder. The Waltham watch company announces a reduction in wages of about 900 employes from 15 to 20 per cent. SurEnrKTEXDENTS of the railway mail service call for a physical as well as a mental examination of applicants. Emperor "William has appointed the Grand Duke of Hese-Uarmstadt a general of infantry and nela mar shal of the empire...

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

LOCAL NEWS. Brexhaji is astride her old busi ness corse wiui two spurs ana a quirt and riding like fury. Ajbotracted meeting is in pro- gress at the Methodist church in Giddings Eev Dr. Rosser of "Vir ginia preaching. Theke was a few watermelons in the city Friday probably the last of the season looking so chilly as to make one passing shiver. All the parties to the recent fight at Long Point haTe about recovered though M Lucian Campbell who was struck in the face is badly dis figured his nose beinjr knocked all out of shape. Mb. L. Polashek of Latium was in the city Friday and informed the Baxxer that he had purchased the store of Mr. JB. Foehnerfc at that place and would continue the busi- ness at the old stand. Pabson Red passed through here Tuesday on 'his return from the Brazos Presbytery at Gay Hill and say there is a strong probability of puHinjr an nvHUgelist here and re- viving the Pre.-bvterian church. The cotton receipts for the week envliucr Thursday evening Septem ber 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

4i Att&JBCBSDSE9E3B9EE r'Mm'i iftjaagsaaarTurixaacwAarLE LOCAL NEWS. The circus is coming. 2?hs cotton still comes- rolling in. The wet weather is good on fall Ie-s. 1'hs city hall needs painting and rrep"'ring. "What has become of the artesian ;well project? Adah Foretaugh'6 circus is to be l.ero rm rrm 91 Kr. Shall we have the races on tho 8th and 9th of October! A car ran off tho high embank- ment in tho rear of the McFadden compress Wednesday. People doing their trading at Brenham this fall are securing goods exceedingly low prices. Some thief entered the barn of Mr. Henry Meyer Saturday night and stole all his feed. Capt. Sloax has been notified that the horse cars do not meet the night trains at Wooten "Wells now. Lucy Carothers a county'pauper " for the past two months died at the poor farm Saturday last of dropsy. The Board of examiners for ap- plicants for county teachers certifi- cates will meet October the 8th and JUh. Brexham's weekly pay roll amounts to as much as m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

K The Weekly Banner. J. QRXSKIS Proprietor. Thursday October 1 1891. Horace Chiltion will Bpeak at Waxahachie on the titld. Havana has contributed largely to sufferers in bpain. The Xongview ice consumed by fire on night. Iioss S12000. factory was last Friday Governor Hoaa his issued his proclamation declaring the five amendments to the constitution adopted. Ax extra session of the Legisla ture is expected to be called now that the amendments have been adopted. Gov. Campbell is to open his cam- paign in Ohio at Dayton when it is believed that 20000 loud-mouthed Democrats will be present. i Iast Tuesday the population of Oklahoma increased 20000 in one day in an -insane scramble for 160 acres of land each. Mrs. Cleveland preferves a volumi- nous scrapbook filled to th9 covers with notices of her husband clipped from the columns of the daily news- papers. i HI' Ex-Gov. Albert "P. Moobehouse of ..Missouri committed suicide at his home in Marysville Wednesday morning cutting his throat ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

K 1 ' l&r The Weekly Banner.) BRENHAM TEXAS. SUPPLEMENT. STATE NEWS. Bryan needs an artesian well. Navasota needs a steam laun- dry. Beaumont is jubilant over her $1000000 lumber deal. The Miramer hotel at Corpus Christi is to be rebuilt. Brazos county is to build a new court house 10 cost S60000. Corn is worth thirty cents a bushel at Hillsboro Hill county. Efforts are being made to erect a Catholic church at Forney. The Beaumont car works have ordered ten car loads of machinery. Senator Horace Chilton will ad dress the citizens of Huntsville on the 21st. It is asserted that the Santa Fe has secured the Denver and Bio Grande road. A disastrous cotton fire is re- ported from Kosse on the Houston & Texas Central. An artesian well is being sunk at Atasca which has reached a depth of 500 feet. Valentine iaber was run over by a train at "Wichitaw Falls and had his legs cut off. Fire in Tobe "Williams cotton yard Tuesday at Anderson burned 32 bales of cotton. The selninels at the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

BREYITIESi Negroes rarely become bald. Dynamite was invented in 1846. The river Nile is 5000 miles long. Arachnoloe-v is the' history of spiders. Buttermilk will take out mildew stains. Only one person in a thousand dies of old age. American railroads support 3000- 000 persons. Fugitives f uom jrstice are posted in the hide market. Eve Mann having failed as a star has joined a variety show. In Chile sir new Cabinets on an average are formed every year. The mathematician among the reptiles is supposed to the adder. Some kinds of cold comfort are not refreshing even in the summer Only 20 per cent of the murders committed yearly are ever found out. There are twenty-three acres of land So every inhabitant of the globe. Cot. J. II. Haverly goes with the E uei son minstelB to San Francisco. As many as 1500 people are said t be "lynched" in the United States yearly. Henurioks & Davis' "The Presi dent' West. "E" le'ter 'T." is winning money m the is the most frequently used in the alpha...

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

LOCAL 3EEWB. Read the advertisements in the xxeb and they will guide you Se Santa Fe excursion trains to Dallas Fair will run direct to tExpagitjon grounds. SantaFe-has been spreading Efc here and now has south of the aepot eight parallel tracks in their yard. Reai estate has been quite active for the past few days in Brenhani Mr. Harry Haynes sales alone amounting to S30.000. Neak 2000 bales of cotton were fcought -in Brenham Friday Mr. Wm. Axer for the Mciadden com- pany alone purchasing 1500 bales. What interior market can beat it ? O. L. Eddks Esq. has been ap- pointed special judge to try the J. K. Kolbert forgery cases and other cajbinal cases in which Judge r. Bryan and Special Judge Searcy are both disqualified. Jno. Lewis a Chinese laundry- man from Austin is in the city pre- paring to open up a laundry near the Exchange hotel on the 1st of October. A laundry is one of the necessities of Brenham and the Bas ses is glad to see one opened up. Da. Bowers has just received a le...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 1 October 1891

Sv - Peof. "W. 31. Guixedge and wife of Anderson Texas are in the city on a visit to friends and relatives. He aleo represents the New York Life Insurance company. He is an old "Washington county man residing here from 1859 until 1S75 lived on the Brenham and "Washington road during the war and never turned a confederate soldier from his door hungry to the truth of which this writer can testify. Hog and hominy for man and corn and fodder for horses were always found at his home which was always free to the soldier boys. Ho is accompanied by Commodore Foote District Manager for thfi "Np.w Tort Life. Thev will be pleased to write any person in mat world renowned company wuo mnv wish to carrv a rjolicv upon his life. The. proprietor of this paper takes pleasure in commending ine professor to the citizens of Brenham and vicinity. Or the minstrel which is to be here Friday night an exchange has the following: "Beach and Bowers' MinBtrels dropped into town this morning and mado a sensatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 4894. NO. 40' . V I 1. P. SIUMO.N -Gurry & Simmons r. ctrniT Id Estate if Gits Brenham5 Texas Office over Heoer Stone's Bant. A 9000 acres on G. C." I & S. F. R. R. in Cole- jnan and Runnels coun- b ura an uiiuv-i iv-iv. wyj .in cultivation balance In pasture good water. r-' Price $4 per acre easy $ terms. 8000 acres two miles from Ballinger all up- I der fence $6 per acre. 640 acres in Run- nels county S3 per acre 640 acres in Run nels county $6 per acre. O Afl OOOC 7 mi AO VJTCW CJA-1 vo lllllVO south of Ballinger $3 per acre. 320 acres 5 miles westofBallinger$2.5C per acre. 1280 acres 12 miles northeast of Ballinger $3 per acre. 80 sections in Run- nels Conchor Coleman and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit. 64000 acres in the counties of Schleicher and. Sutton counties 1.25 per acre. I No ftarrjbod will ftrtlffiui Many persons have been un- able to enjoy highly "shortened" delicacies such as pa...

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

iv "s. -The Weekly Banner. J. G. KANKIJf Proprietor. Thursday October S 1S91. Negotiations will commence at once for the Cherokee Strip. Large blocks of American Securi- ties ore being purchased by French investors in London. "Ox to" Velasca is the cry of half a dozen places. Brenham should not get left in the cry. Ex-CoxGitEsssiAx Kerr of Penn- sylvania will succeed "W. L. Scoot on the national democratic execu- tive committee. ' Senator Goemax is a presidential ' possibility from Maryland. Only a possibility for there is no probability - of his getting the nomination. Senator Oalyix S. Bbice of New Toik has just-returned from a trip through Ohio and says Campbell will cany the State by a great majority. Commissioxer Shufeldt has cabled -.froinCapo Town South Africa that au exhibit of diamonds and feathers "'worth $300000 will be sent from " Cape Town. j ... Ignatius DoxxaixV President of the Minnesota Alliance urges farm- ers to hold then- wheat for 30 days longer as it is now sel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

jpie Weekly Banner. BRENHAM TEXAS. SUPPLEMENT. STATE NEWS. Terrell has a new morning paper. AlvordhaB been dubbed "Straw berry City." Immierants are pouring into -Hale county. Memhis. Hall county wants waterworks. Quanah needs a first-class dry goods store. The Brownwood fair was a de cided success. Sherman is to have an electric street railway. The canning factory of Alvord is running day and night- Crops in Wise county are .re- ported to be unusually fine. The home of Urs. Henry near Sherman was burned Friday. Loss 1000. Jas. liibbs was drugged and fcobbed in Ft. Worth Friday night losing $H7. The Wise county fair began -to-day (Tuesday) likewise the Mc- Gregor fair: J. M. Turner of Denison was indicted by the grand jury for pois- oning his wife. The Greenville .Herald says the -cotton of that section is nearly all open at this early season. The Kelly plow factory is now running on full time and will com- mence shipping plows this month. Gregg County Clarion. J. W. Bussum a Taylor...

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

BREVITIES. Guard against pickpockets. Keep your eyes and ears open Be on time; trains and boats wait forno one. London buttonholo makers get 35 cents a day. Forepaugh's circus will visit Texas this fall. Yellow fever is reported raging in Rio Janeiro. Galveston is building a 1000000 bushel elevator. Know your route before you com mence your journey. Black bears are reported plentiful in Dexter county Mo. Sir Charles Dilke ssys Russia is likely i;o start the' next war. The Alliance in Louisiana will nominate a full state ticket. Black bears are reported plentiful m.Dexter couutyMo- The Indians in Alaska eat straw' berries soaked in seal oil. An elephant larger than Jumbo has been captured in Ainca. Have as much money aa possible but keep little of it in sight. Tou can't make an anarchist of a farmer who raises his own bacon. ContinentalEurope is spreadingre- ports intended to IrigTiten JSnglontL In Bulgaria only 7 per cent of the population can read and write. Striped suits are much ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

4 vSTATE NEWS. . Garland wants a bank. SlemnniB Hall county needs a stock-Tard. Steplienville needs a system of waterworks. -Espuela Dickens county needs a go6d blioemaker. The new Methodist church at 01e"burn& was dedicatea on the 20th Uore Governor Hogg to prevent an County Attorney JJrank J?at- ridge of Coryell county died" at Waco Thursday aftenoou from in- juries received on the head by jump- ing or being pushed from a moving train on the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad a week ago. Patridge was the attorney who vigorously prosecuted the cases against Leeper and Powell who weie hung at Gatesville recently. Fe had been to -Austin to represent the State be- mst. Thenew machinery at the Pal- estine waterworks is being placed in position. Jesse Eetcham of Johnson sta- tionvwas killed by ac log falling on Taesday- Silver Talley is the name of a - new ost-office established in Cole--saman. county. A protracted meeting will be- gin at the Methodist church at Pittsburg next Sunda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

J The Weekly Banner. J. G BANKIW Proprietor. Thursday October 8 1891. Mb3. TntmiiAJr. pected to lira. of Ohio is nob ex- A EEvoumoit in inevitable. Guataihala seems Some of the southern republics are anxious for war. A new comot has been discovered from the Lict Observatory. It is said that the Missouri dele- gation iB coming over to Mills' for the speakership. The lauor trouble in Lee county Ark. recently has caused ihe death of a number of negroes. The Australian ballot system will be tested in Mississippi for the hrst time at the next election. Evebythiko is tranquil in Central America but there is no telling how long it will remain thatway. Mrs. Jjoulaxoek was overcome with grief when she learned of the tragic death of her husband and faited twice. The customs officials of St. Pe- tersberg are giving 21 per cent of their salaries for the relief of the famine suffers. The prospect that Baby McKee may have little Democratic rival has caused a profound sensation in political circle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Tiiinr. was fairly good Saturday. District court -will adjurn for the farm on the loth instant. y The crowd ot coiorsd ioiks in town Saturday was not as largo aa uauai. Dr. CnBEr lost a very fine cow Friday night from some unknown cause. Court adiourned Tuesday on ac count of the German Day celebra tion. Auctioneer McDonald sold several torses bafore the court house door jjaturday. Most of the German business houses were closed before noon Tuesday. The banks closed at noon Tucs on account of the German JJay ebration. B. Muse Esq. and Mr. Ed lackburn of Cameron spent Sun day in Brenham. Judge C- 0. Garrett left Sunday k for Ttfler where the Commission "of 'Appeals is now in session. Mb. Bobt. Chat-pell and Miss Edna Chappell lett for a visit to Morgan Saturday morning. Fritz Lejdesianx and Peter Huber were granted final naturalization pers in the District court Friday. The equinoctial showers have not let up yet and in consequence cotton picking has been greatly retanded....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

.i.ri-..-''i'--i'-"--tfVt-?-tyrrt"-----T--ft.jrafvt'Tt.rtT- "f':.T.7rrrg.k---.vi-TffT-iTff-tifmrii nr ' nrL-iMn The- Brenham -Banner. (PUBLISUKD DAILY ASD -WEEKLY.) Weekly $2 "a year in advance. Titrms. .Le?nl.aiiJ transient advertise ments in-er.ed i one dollar per tquare of om- inch for first mscruan arm city cents ner souare for each subsequent insertion. OJmusry notices Mid tributes of respect in setted athalf pncK Entered at the rjotoffice at Brenham Texas a? t econd-clas s mail matter. OfncialJonrcil ofGreen's Brigade Association .OUR AGENTS. Jons F. WEiBiteCii Burton Texas. F. SL Grifjix Lyons Texas. Jo MiKE3Ki Wesley Texas. xThe rivalry between Cleveland and Hill may yet fill the Presidental chair with a much smaller man than either of them: The Texas Farm and Ranch had a representative on the ground with the rain-makers and declares then- efforts a big failure. A Washintov correspondent says that there is no doubt that Mills will get the speakership. The New York delegation...

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

Tr-i-r&jiUimuasamanaKaxSTi nf mMiw'"wwi'l WfTTi' rjr-B. yrjc-tiu.-. u..Mgg.FJq.yily JLOOAL NEWS. About sixteen couples spent a de- lightful evening at the residence of Mrs. "W. il. Avon's Thursday at a surprise party. Soiie vandal has mutilated the casing of Messrs. A. & H. Harrison's handsome show windows by hit- ling on them with a pocket-knife. A letter addressed o Mrs. D. H. Eank'in was lost on the streets Thursday. Tinder will confer a fa vor by returning it to this office. Dn. Baetlett of Prairie Hill was in tha city Thursday and reports everything"quiet in his baliwick the few cases pf typhoid fever out there having recovered. News was received here Thurs- dny that Henry Nolte was severly t -i. I7:nnnmlln o (am Anva ftnrfV it. i CIU ai iiiuiiDimc a .. j .--- is alleged by Henry Kuretsch while .. m J J- U.. of they were seiuug uuwu tu-ycmci u cnurcn. The "Barrell House" which has heretofore been a 5 cent bar has been remodelled on the interior and opened up ns a first ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 8 October 1891

pwwrt pr mjirwywiirwiwn . "'Baa -J tag a a i bmim NEWS ITEMS. In France they are now making n mbrellas of paper. ""There are no free passes given on any of the roads that lead to the pit. If twenty men agreo to go fish- ing on a certain day one will actually A quiet influence against a man in a town ib more dangerous man a noisy one. Bright pictures pasted on cloth and sewea together make a nice book for baby. The modern waltz is called "the fashionable shamble" by a disaffect- ed obserror. Man pray for. more things that they do not need than for things they do need. How. seldom a man thinks or speaks friends Oof who died six months ago. The phosphate beds of Florida are said to' surpass those ol any other country. Raum reports 92942G pending claims lialf for pension and halt for more pension. Our integrity is never worth so much as when we have parted with our all to keep it. While cleaning out stable at Bay St. Louis Alias. a negro unearthed $123000 in gold. If the hrohibitionist ...

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