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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 24 December 1891

I- LOCAL NEWS. Chbibtmab turkeys are nlentiful. Yeey little cotton is being market ed here now. The roads are bad condition. still reported in "Work on the Baptist church is progressing slowly. Bobx to Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Wallace Thursday night a fine girl. Some improvements are being made on the Episcopal church. The Colored Christian "Worker's Institute is still in session at Mt. Bose Baptist church. Thuksday night at Soinmerrille a man had his foot run over and mash ed so badly that amputation was necessary. In Justice Curry's court Thursday "Willis Mclntyre, on a charge of dis turbing the peace, was fined, includ xing cost $14.25. The Basses can do your job work as neatly and expeditiously as you can pet it done any where. Send it in to-day. Mb. Bodolph Koch has on exhibi tion at Kollmey's furniture a chair and hat rack made of horns, which are unique and handsome. In Justice Curry's office Thursday morning. Abram Jones and Minnie Campbell, a' loving couple of dusky hue, were u...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 24 December 1891

BRENHAM COTTONMARKET. Strict Good Middling '7 Good Middling C Strict Middling 6j Middling fy Strict Low Middling G Low Middling, 6 Market firm. Good demand. CHARLES HALENZA, INTERESTING To the Little Ones AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED Lone Star Keg and Bottled Beer. LOCAL NEWS. La grippe is becomming quite pre valent in the city. There was a lively runaway on the public square about noon yesterday. HePrn'i WINE OF CARDlHfor female dliaaiefc Do what you can to make to morrow a happy Christmas for somo one. A good day for the sale of juvenile hosiery, for many will there be hang ing up to night. The Knights of Pythias held an important meeting last night haying work'in the second rank. The Christmas displays are bob bing up serenely all over town and many of them are very pretty. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Threadgiix have returned from Galvaston, and Mr. T. is confined to his home with la grippe. Auctioneer McDonald disposed of some old horses and new watches at auction on court square yesterday 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. — 31 December 1891

. BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. - T , is w VOLUME XXVI. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3d, 1894. wt NCT 52 E -I. - , fi 9 i - LP. SHIS, tal Estate Aen Brenham3 Texas. Office over Hcber 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. 8000 acres two miles from Ballinger, all up--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, j?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. 80 sections in Run nels, Concho, Coleman and Coryell counties; will sell in lots to suit. 64,000 acres in the counties of Schleicher and Sutton counties, $1.25 per acre. FANCIES. Fair, blight thoughts and fancies (Widen Haunt the window where my soul Sits alone, in prison holden. Yet def j-ins mr contr...

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. — 31 December 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. G. ItANKIlf, Proprietor. Vhursday, December 31st 1891. Secretary Tracy says he does not anticipate any war with Chili- With which party in the approach ing con-paign will" the mugwumps affiliate. The Basses wishes its thousands of readers, at home and abroad, a merry christians and a happy new year. The nephew of Minister Egan's is accused of seducing the 12-ycar-old daughter of the lady he was about to marry. Hon. John Ireland, the "Sage of Seguin,' is being groomed for gov ernor. Mr. Ireland has many in fluential followers in Texas. Ex-Ministei: MRciER of Montreal, Quebec is said to have stole a million six hundred thousand dollars which he covered up by calling it special expenditures. Under McKinley, beer costs the retailer just about a dollar a barrel more than it did before. Every siloonkeupiir must pay that part of lis Jornior profits for the support of Mcl.inley and the Republican ma chine. The united, forces of two Repub lics chasiner Garza and a small...

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. — 31 December 1891

t V STATETTEWS. La grippe is at Palestine. Burglars at Terrell are doing , the city. Cottle couny will organize on January 11. 1892. Old rails are soiling at S5 a cord at Cloburne. The State Saengerfest will still meet in Dallas nest May. The Salvation Army is holding services at Austin. Fredericksburg has shipped 100,000 pounds of pecans this lall. Jefferson, Texas, is shipping iron ore to Birmingham, Alabama. Representative J. W. Trutt of Timpson is for Chilton for Senator- The residence of "W. W. Mc Claren's at Marshal was burned Tuesday. Oil has been struck at Brown wood in sufficient quantities to light the town. The county attorney of Travis county is making it decidedly warm for lottery ticket dealers at Austin. . The Panhandle mill at Vernon uses 1000 bushels of wheat daily, and sold last month S25,000 worth of flour. At DallaB Thursday Jno. Gard ner received a wound from a knife in the hands of W. J. Woodie, from which he will die. San Saba county marble fields will some da...

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. — 31 December 1891

The Weekly Banner. J. G, KANKIN, Proprietor. Thursday, December 31st 1891. It is said that Mr. Reagan has gubernatorial aspirations. Speaker Crisp and Congressman Mills are reported sick yet. In China slips of mulberry bark serve as money in the interior towns. The Paris News says Texas will honor Mills as he deserves to be honored. It is said that the holidays have produced a peaceful feeling at the national capital towards Chili. The Cleburne Chronicle observes that since the death of the alien land law loan agents are advertising, "plenty of money to loan. The Henderson Times expresses the belief that the sub-treasury gang and the leading attorneys of Jay Gould are-marching on together. The Texas exhibit cars are now in North Carolina, and on Christmas day at Ashville were visited by thou sands of prospectors and capitalists. There is likely to be a lively scramble in Kansas for the seat of Senator Plumb, deceased, and it may be that the bitter Ingalls will get back through this ...

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. — 31 December 1891

" V LOCAL NEWS. The Barker wishes its patrons a happy and a prosperous new year. The old folks ball at the Germania unday night was well attended and W heartily enjoyed by those present. " Judge T. S. Beese, of Waller coun ty, was among the distinguished at tendant at the District convention. The children of the Presbyterian Sifitday school had a masquerade party at Eldridge hall Wednesday night. Capt. T. S. Clay, of Independence, after a severe attack of la grippe, his many friends will be glad to learn, is convalescing. Attachments were run on the H. Huber stock Saturday evening by 5. T. Cotton & Co., New Orleans, aod H. FiBher, of this city. Judge Gray, formerly a farmer of Washington county, after spending the holidays at his old home has re turned to his home near Brown Tvood. A 5-cent package of Kiber's Cough Drops will stop the hacking cough. Children cry for it. Justice Coubt, regular session, convened Monday. There is a full docket which will take several days to dispos...

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. — 31 December 1891

The Brenham Banner. (published dailt and weekly.) Weekly, S2 a year, in advance. Timfs. Teal and transient advertise ments inserted at one dollar per square of one inch for first insertion, and fifty cents 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 second-class mail matter. Oflicial Jonrnal of Green's Brigade Association OUR AGENTS. John F. "Weibusch, Burton, Texas. T. J. Pautell, Lyons, Texas. Jo Hikeski, Wesley, Texas. C (J. Campbell, Greenvine, Texas. Jo Wolksta, Latiurn, Texas. P. iL Gbiwik, Lyons, Texas. C Kesseliko, Caldwell, Texas. Gus Siebel, Carmine, Texas. OHKISTMAS OfEK. Christmas is over. The day in Brenham was a gala one. "Peace on earth, and good will towards men," was not exactly the motto of everybody here, for there was some few fights, but this was the senti ment of the great majority of the christian people here. It was in deed a season of Riving and re...

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. — 31 December 1891

'' LOCAL NEWS. c Saturday was a beautiful winter day. ' A -r it. o-4-ct Irtff flio if.r Rnf.nr- v r iinmir. iiniu jciu i.jlvj iuvi ijuvui day for the adjacent fields hunting. " True everybody was a little full Christmas, but then it comes chestnuts. Auctioneer McDonald disposed of a number of old horses before the -court house Thursday. Harbisons' Famous band was out serenading Thursday evening: and discoursed some exceent music. There is to be a big dance at the residence of Capt. T. C. Clay, near K Independence, during the holidays. Messrs. Paul Eichard and Tom vRivers who have been off attending t school are at home for the holidays. Frank Martin, on a charge of dis turbing the "peace, was tried before Justice Curry and fined SI and costs. Stephen Williams and Francis Martin, 'colored, were married in the court house Thursday by Jus tice Curry. Silvia Williams, on a charge of disturbing the peace, was fined SI and cost in Justice Curry's court Thursday. A little German girl died ...

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. — 31 December 1891

LOCAL NEWS. Fbiday being a legal holiday the banks will be closed. WeDn.'i WINE OF CARDtH or i emals dUeises. The little daughter of Mr. J. M. Sallus, Miss Mary, is dangerously sick with typhoid fever. Box of Kaisins for 75 cents at Kibeb's. These will be a grand New Year ball given at Berlin Friday night, at which Voss' band will furnish the music. Sheriff Teague returned from El gin Weanesday with Milton Hill, in carcerating him in the county jail on a charge of burglary. Attention is directed to the New Tear change in the advertisement of Messrs. A. & i. Harrison. Jtteaa thfiir announcement to their cus tomers and the public generally. MeELREFS WINE OF CARDUI for Wek Nerve Mb. Jno. B. Vinson has just closed a trade with Mr. A- D. Williams who became the purchaser of the Jno. D. Jakson homestead near Chappell Hill consisting of 315 acres at $25 per acre. Mr. Jackson has moved to Austin. The Houston Age of a recent date says: "Judge John Alexander, coun ty judge of Burleson cou...

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. — 7 January 1897

BEEN WEEKL volume xxxn BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY ,7 1897. NUMBER 1 "XELLOWSTONE KITT'S LOSSES. BANNER. .fJ U 4 .About S3000. That Went up in Smoke Monday Night. Yellowstone Kitfc lost a moderate fortune in the fire that destroyed tho Dwyer cottages Monday night. In addition to a dozen or so cos tumes, the material for which was purchased in India at a cost of $10 per yard, a complete wardrobe, in eluding half-a-dozen fine suits of clothing, shoes, shirts, etc., he lost a Jewel case containing over $500 worth of diamonds, $300 in silver and $1500 in currency. Part of the Bilver and a few of the diamonds were recovered from the debris Tuesday. Mr. Kitt places bis losses at between three and four thousand dollars. At tho time the fire started, there was no one at home but the colored housekeeper, the entire company be ing at the free concert. A gasoline stove, on which the woman was cooking, became unmanageable, and In trying to smother out the burners tho woman wrapped them in...

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. — 7 January 1897

f 9 V r H The Weekly Banner- JOH G. BAHSIN, Salter red Proprietor. Brenliam, Thursday, Jan. 7, 1S97, The Spanish arms are meeting with serious reverses in the Phillip pine Islands, as well as in Cuba. o The Austin hotels and hash houses are making big preparations for the assembling of the legislature on the 12th of January. too Hox. E. IT. House and Hon. L. L. Foster arc spoken of as probable candidates for the governorship of Texas two years hence. Mb. Betas wili deliver five more lectures under the present manage ment, all in Texas, commencing at .Houston January 20th. English and American capitalists are trying to unite to control all the lumber mills of the boutliern states in. one powerful combine. Hakbt Hoi and Lord Beresford, convicted of forgery, have been par doned out of the Georgia penitenti ary by Governor Atkinson. The president of the republic of Mexico lias ordered at Dayton, Ohio, what will be the finest palace car train in the world to ride up and down Mexico with....

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. — 7 January 1897

y , , v ,-. . U. - t LOCAL NEWS. The holidays are over, and we will all bare to get down to business again. There were 1138 chattel mort Cages filed for record in the county clerk's office during 189G. Weslex Mackey and Alice Hal- bert, colored, began the New Tear by getting married. Justice Ewing officiated. Mb. B. F. Dotson of William Penn was in the city Friday, and reported a fine boy at his house, born last Tuesday. Clergymen entitled to half fare permits on the Santa Fe are request ed to call on the tiefcet agent and secure application blanks. A local wiseacre Bays a man may "bo excused for breaking New Year resolutions, since a contract made on a legal holiday is not binding. Me. Adolf Leeds has retired from the commission business to accept a position with Messrs. Beichardt Becker & Co., wholesale grocers. The many friends of Mr. T. J. Shapard of Hempstead will be glad to know tbatjhe is convalescing, af rer an attack of pneumonia. After the installation of their re&...

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. — 7 January 1897

r bi . ; r The Weekly Banner. JOHN G. 3AHKIST, Zaitcr and Fr:pr:etcr. Urenbaa. Thursday, Jan. 7, lis97. The Southern Pacific railway is is said to be contemplating an early extension to Galveston. Tarn wrecking is becoming so frequent that nervous people en fertain a mortal fear of starting on a journey by rail. Tee fact has been made apparent in this section that all "vigorous kickers" are not ball teams. members of foot Thehe seems to be a perfect epi demic of failures throughout the country, with no immediate pro spect of a ''let up" in tho matter. ' o Thebe is some talk of E. H. R. Green taking the LaPorte railway "in out of the wet."' It needs "a raise" from some derection very badly. V w It is claimed that Galveston's progress has been greatly hampered for a number of rears by the ex orbitant exactions of the Galveston "Wharf Company. The sentiment of the people of the United States is crystallized in favor of the Cuban Republic, but delay in action at Washington renders it of...

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. — 7 January 1897

pMnj-.ij.?iir 11 53E 'WS.'-J . TiJe Lady Maccabees inBtalled Sifters at Music Hall Monday night, Phe New Tear, at the age of four; ays, is vory prolific with calamities? - . : . v.-v. low at Hempstead early Monday corning badly damaged inovarug Establishment of Dr. Urban. . t rber's "Wayside Inn Peas, corn pine apple are among the high 1 J J l TTT.l T..nn AIOxday was lnstauauon .nigni frith the Germania Lodge of" Odd PellowB. At the conclusion of' the istallation ceremonies, .an elegant inch was served for the benefit of lembers only. Messrs'. 0. T. Koff and C.L. Wil- ins were appointed as a committee if the Knights of Pythias to meet ho remains of their deceased broth- .r, Knight B. A. Stuckert, at Wsl- iis. Messrs. x. a. uw auu Stuckert accompanid the committee. TJndeb favorable monetary condi jns there is no reason why the lUnTted States should not become the leading market of the world in manufactured articles as well aB in giicultural products. Several real estate transfers too...

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. — 7 January 1897

UUHilHT'Tlg The Weekly Banner. J. G. RANKIN, Proprietor. prcahaui, Thurstiaj-j Dec. 17. IS 9 C, Christmas casualties have been -quite numerous throughout the country. Several big cattle deals have been snado in this State during the past cito weeks. The prospects of the Cubans gain ing their independence is daily growing brighter. Keep your head up, but not so fcigh that you cannot see the pover ty and distress all around you. Toais wreckers, when captured, ought to be subjected to death by alow torture. There is no punish ment Itoo severe for such inhuman .monsters. Toir Platt arises to remark that the name of the next senator from UJow York will not be Choate. That settles it. Tom is not in the habit of -talking through his hat. The report that the tug boat Three Friends" had had a brush -with three or more Spanish cruisers and had disabled a gunboat, is con sidered as a Mulhatton fabrication. Hon. E. H. B. Green has unders taken the herculean task of placing Texas in the Republic...

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. — 7 January 1897

SP5 LOCA.L, JSTBWS. ie Kniehts and Ladies of Dixie re in cession Thursday night. These was nothing doing in any the courts Wednesday ana no restB were reported. 3v a milk deal consummated pedneaday Mr. J". B. Wilkina has am entered the dairy business. I The case of Henry Hopkins vs. F. linke, tried in justice court Thurs-Iit- TflQiiH.flrI in n verdict for the I laiflW. The holidays are over and as a raBequence the Daily Banner iraps ' bacfc to its usual size wis bornmg. Titr season of "Deace on earth and food -will to men" has been produc- Bvo of more than the usual numner If casualities. Br "reason of several other enter- jiinmentsin the city Thursday even- ag, the meeting of the .fcjpwortn keaguewas cancelled. Thursday was observed by the fatholic portion of the population a time for commemorating tne aemory of Saint Silvester. The county convicts under the lirection of Superintendent Robert- onftre building a bridge on Four lill Greet, west of Burton. Akokq the closiner ecene3 of...

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. — 7 January 1897

The Weekly Banner. (L ,T. G. IMSKISi Proprietor. Brcnliaru, Thursday, Jan. 7 1S97. Justice Court was in session at "-Qroeuvine Saturday. A gkeat many people swore off, -Tvkile some resorted to plain quit tin jr. Tue New Year came in with a dreary drizzle and a suggestion of la. grippe. Ai.ex. Wyat, colored, was placed in jail Saturday on a capias pro fine oxecuted by Constable Burch. Tax first chattel mortgage for the jear 1697 was filed for record in the county clerk's office Saturday. Accounts of damage by high Trator will follow closely on the lioels of complaints about the long drouth. ALiTE telegram from Hempstead Saturday night announced Mr. T. J. $hapard resting easy and apparently improving. Ic O. Geai received a fine quar er of venizon Friday, sent by his -son, Charles, who is Christmasing oathe-legua: i A hot box delayed the south iound Santa Fe a short time Satur day evening, and necessitated chang ing engines at this place. SUICIDE AT YOAKUM. Toe juvenilis members ofBren...

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. — 14 January 1897

' srWv, ..rtii .8t " I' VOLUME xxxn BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14,, 1897. NUMBER 2 JLlxik li jlI JjjJH; i U :. I?. IK tr w THE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE. The Granbury News claimB that observant people are not disposed to attribute the long list of bank and business failures to short crops or injudicious legislation. McKinley's election has had little to do with the matter, neither would it have been better or worse had Bryan been elected. The panic, if you may so same it, is simply the result of our businessfiystem. The credit system the debtmaking system of the present day. In almost every instance of a lint failure, it will be found that the officials of the banks have either Borrowed the money or loaned it to others for speculative purposes. If the speculation proves a success, the bank is well paid: but in case of loss the bank either loses or ati tempts to regain the loss by further loans. Finally the crash comes, de positors lose their money, confidence is shaken, and in a few...

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. — 14 January 1897

The Weekly Banner. JOHU G. BAUSiN, Ziitcr and Proprietor. Brcnliam, Thursday, Jan. 14, 1S97. It is said that office-seekers are making things red hot for McKinley with their appealing supplications. Perhaps the anciente, who knew a thing or two, were right in saying that the future is on the lap of the gods. Law and order seems to be a thing of the pist in Kentucky. Mob violence is of frequent occurrence, and the civil officers of the law ap pear to be powerless to check it. In- the death of Mr. Joseph B. McCullagh, editor-in-chief of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, America loses one of her most gifted sons, and the profession of journalism an able and brilliant exponent. "Whatver the republicans propose to do they should make haste about it, and whatever thev propose not to do they should announce. Let the people know what they have to " txpest, whether it be much or little. Our next legislature would prob ably do well to take Mr. Cleveland's advice in one thing at least. It must leg...

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