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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 January 1897

OOAJL JSTBWl See chance in the advertisement of J. H. H. Prinzing. The January term of county court Dnvenes next Monday. "Feesh paint" is a familiar sign m various parts of the city. The Eed Men mot Monday night and transacted important business. Passexgeb traffic is very light ince the holiday travelers returned. The tax collector is rustling 9G delinquents while the assessor hustles for '97 revenue. De. B. C. Flower free lecture at the House on Feb. 7th. is billed for a Grand Opera toJ3oBN. Monday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Jackson 'Willingham a fine girl weighingll pounds. A cab of Missouri shuck corn is advertised for sale by the Santa Fe Eailway Company as unclaimed freight. Parties desiring appointments of Notary Public Bhould address Hon. IffeberStono .Driscoll Hotel Aus- tin Texas. Next month is the first month of jur southern spring. The time for planting and transplanting trees is elipping by. The base ball fever is setting in its about early this season and tjme Brenham's ."...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 January 1897

The Weekly Banner. J. G. IIAN'KIN Proprietor. Urcnliam Thursday Jan. 7 1S97. Seven men were murdered by xiobs in Kentucky Christmas week. Russell Sage is said to control snore ready cash than any other man in America. The Fort Worth Live Stock Journal thinks it Bafe to nsBert that 4500000 is an outside estimate on the number of cattle now in the state. Tf value of the mineral output of Montana for the year 1896 is as follows : Copper $2400000; silver 510275000; gold 4500000 lead 475000; total $38300000. i It is said that the Cuban patriot Sanor Bogelis Bodrignez Lancis Iiaa donated from Yucatan Mexico te the Cuban treasury for expenses of carrying on the war in Cuba the sum of S2o000. A crcLONE struck and almost com--plotely demolished the little town of Mooringsport La. last Saturday. Orer twenty buildings were blown down only 7 being left intact; 4 persons were killed 20 wounded. WaLL streebis not in favor of the recognition of Cuban independence. Ic might bring on a war and wars ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 January 1897

LOCAL NEWS. There will be no eclipse of the moon this year. The weather is still beautifully clear ana me niguiu r yuim iu". Thuesday was the last day of service for the January term of county court. TaEEpworth League elected offi cers for the ensuing year at their meeting Thursday night. jfi By a recent business .deal Mr. M. P. Glenn has purchased one-half in terest in Mr. J. B. Peterson's "tonso- rial parlor. The man who invests in Brenhani dirt is laying up treasures for the jears to come. The choice site will aoon be out of sight. At Zionsville Thursday Mr- .Frederick Hodde and MiBS Louisa Wolff were united in marriage Kev. O. Strieker t officiating. E. Boesixr will move his stock of shoes from' Ihe Kobro building on Ant street to the Kiber building .next door to the First National Bank February first. st News of the death of Miss Emma Bethany at Bellville Thursday morning is very sad tidings to the 15 Brenham friends of the lamented joung lady. The wife of Mose Eldridge color--...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 14 January 1897

iV-'-W" $ The Weekly Banner. J. G. IIXSKIK Proprietor. Brenlmni Thursday Jan. 14 1S97. OCA1jJ5!BW&. Riad the advertisement of Mr. I "Nowakowsky changed in this issue. Highest cf all in Leavening Strength. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Tm-RE will be no meeting of the county educational board this month. Louis Eunnels colored died in "Walrousville Friday night with con- sumption. The world never tices of the non- sense of people who pay cash for their fun. The Tea display of Mr. J. Nowa- "kowekyfSaturday attracted consider able attentive. AB&OE&JTELY POKE The street force subjected the streets and sewers to a thorough -cleansing Saturday. Av cubfew law without an age 'qualification would be a good thing for some localities. The entertainment by Miss Estes' music class announced for Saturday night should have read Saturday night theb 16th inst. The show windows of Messrs. Gather & Buster are resplend- ent at night with two ejectric lights which are recent improvements. A h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

SBS0 3ReVso volume xxxn BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JANUARY 21 1897. NUMBER 3 BKENHAM JMiiJlJbY i - . CORRUPT POLITICS. On the subject of corrupt politics the Atlanta Journal prints this rath er striking paragraph: "If the special correspondent of the New xorfc Sun who has been in- vestigating Delaware politics is to be believed morality is at a low ebb in that state. He states that not only is the balance of power held by voters who are openly on the msr- iet but that political corruption has even crept into the churches. One -church in Kent county received a donation of S3UU from the republi- can corruption fund and the pastor was hired for $S a day to work for the republican ticket. When the of- ficers of another church 'were ap- proached by the republican strikers they agreed to go over in a body to the republican party if they were given S1.000 wherewith to pay a mortgage. There was much bag- ging over the proposed bargain and .finally the pious brethren closed the trade tor two-thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

The Weekly Banner. JOHN Q. BANSH Editor and Fwprietcr. Brenliam Tlinrsuar Jan. 21 1S97. Theke will be no inaugural ball at Austin this year. At a politician ilr. Wanamaker is ' a dismal failure. It is estimated that the popula- tion of Mexico is about 14000000 bouls. Senator Vest's re-election to the senate from Missouri is now regard- ed as a foregone conclusion i Tee predicted republican "wave of prosperity" has so far brought only failure suffering and disaster to our people. It is reported that the Wall 6treet operators are preparing to conduct their business on a sounder basis this year. The banker who takes his own life after having- taken other people's money doesn't help any- body. Rockdale Messenger. Tee he does. He rids the world of a common thief. It is not only in recent time3 that women have outnumbered the men in Massachusetts. This condition of affairs has obtained for 130 years. Ten years ago Jbe excess wbb so great that there were 8000 more unmarried women than men....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

gjiuii iiiimijiffcnjgrmi.iiLiMJMHniina The union depot istq undergo a thorough overhauling and a freth coat of paint. Eablt gardening has commenced regardless of the dangers that beget the pathway of the-early worm. Miss Bertha Beckek entertained a few friends Thursday evening in honor of Miss Delphine Byrnes of XaGrange. The Knights of the Maccabees installed ocffiers at their meeting Friday night. Mr. Louis Simon was the installing officer. Me. E. L. Salxev trustee. for the bankrupt stock of the Opera House saloon announces that he is closing out the stock at and below cost. De.K. E. Bledsoe of Gav Hill -was in the city Friday night en route to the city of Mexico to prac- tice his chosen profession among the descendants of Montezuma. The timbers of the wooden em- linnUmAnf An I Via TTracf ai3a nf frtn Santa Fe railroad just below "West Sandy Btreet have decayed to such an extent as to render the track liable to being inundated by a land slide. The ginners or Texas will nave a . . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

The Weekly Banner. JOHN G. BANKIN Siitor aai Proprietor. iirenham Thursday Jan. 21 1S97. Cobx is selling at 9 cents a bushel iu AtcbisoD Kansas. David B. Hill has introduced a bill in congress to make the term of all postmasters four full years. Wetleb says Gomez is weakening; still the wiley insurgents' backbone seems to be too strong to admit of being humbled by this inhuman Spanish butcher. m It is suggested that v a thorough investigation of the matter would throw some light upon the wonder- ful influence of money in controlling public opinion. The president has vetoed the bill providing for the establishment of a new division of the Eastern judicial district in Texas and to provide for holding court at Beaumont Tex. The Texas Stock Journal says that from six to eiglfc dollars per head was iormf r.y tne rate lor insuring live stock on the ocean trip. It has now been reduced to 75 cents per head. At.atuua has achieved the dutino Hon ci being the first Southern State to -admit wom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

i-z-ww ? -e'v- -1 SLf s ptj. v-- ' i- i - -TjT ti 'all m-JWW LOCAL JSTBWS. At least one contest in munictp-.l affairs is already Blated. ' Bobs Saturday to Mr. and Htb. H. P. Hohlt a fine boy. Mn. B. IT. spoihted to Austin. McNiel has "been ap a Senate clerkship at "We take it for granted Mr. Mc inley will not Grarit that Texas Esnemorial for Grant. The bridge across Sandy on the Independence road is reported in a dangerous condition. FoB-disturbintr the peace J. B. JPelder colored was fined SI Satur- dayby Justice Swing. Hox. Bex S. Kogebb has been ap- pointed a member of the legislature penitentiary committee. Theee is more sickness prevailing in Brenham at present than for years at this season of the year. The city election draws on apace .Jiiitnota straw as yet point the 'direction of the municipal atmos- phere. This is very disagreeable weather fcut it makes the farmers happy by putting their farms in proper season for Bpring planting. Faehkbb are putting in their best licks vr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

y wluaumLL!:n:B!!lU "'ULJ"1 ' """ "V11 flHM" """'" '"Il""""""' " "" '"'" - ' "' "'" ' "'IUIIH.I. l. .H ..IVJML.LI. .....t .HM M The Weekly Banner. THE ONLY TRUE SURE CURE KANKIN" Proprietor. k II )J I fF-:?JS5(55iz55i--J W .. . a J .r. . .. a. . a. rs v - v - .. IN RELIEVING THE ) S5VVWW? F0R T1! TM OF V (H (h WfAi THE ' I -- . T i fr-i Brcnliani Thursday Jan. 21 ISO? .-The Kansas City Times suggests that we are about to swap a million- aire president for a president of the millionaires. The funding bill has been defeat- d in . Congress and the people of the Pacific coast are jubilating muchly thereat. Senator Tellek will be returned to the Senate from Colorado in spite of the waitings of the repub- lican machine organs. The shortage df-$150G00 in the city's finances does not speak well for the financial ability of the city administration of San Antonio. Tee San Antonio JExpres3 esti ontueB that there are not less than 100000 voters in Texas who pay no poll tax hence the State schoo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

LOCAL NEWS. The Knights Templars were in -session Thursday night for the elec- tion of officers. .. A laege. contingent of German emigrants consigned to Messrs. Winkelmann & Bonne arrived Wed nesday night. The McKinley wave of prosperity instill dashing mercantile institu- tions upon the breakers of bank xuptcy. tPbebidext of the Senate Hon. 'Seorgo T. Jester has appointed Hon. Heber Stone chairman of the Senate finance committee. TJren-hasi's colored baseball nine had a practice came at the old fair grounds Thursday evening the first -of the season. Justice Ewrxa joined James -Johnsotfand Mary Vaughn in the bonds of wedlock at the court house Thursday evening. Db. Tfomas Pettst a resident of Brenham in the early '70s died last Sunday at Martindale. Hays county in the 60th year of his age. The remains of Eliza McCowin who died at Kingsbury .at the ex -treme age of 102 years were Bhipped to this place Wednesday for inters menfc. Two loads of migratory humanity .attended by the us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 21 January 1897

4 rA The Weekly Banner. J. G. ItASKIN Proprietor. Brenham Thursday Jan. 21 1S97. A few of th9 grippe convalescing but the them are still gripping. sufferers are majority of Edwakd Eoebleii was surrendered fcy bis bondsmen Monday and placed in jail on a charge of theft. Oats planting time has arrived and the acreage promises to be heavier this year than formerly The first quarterly conference for the' new conference year was held at tho Methodist church Monday night. The Santa J?e railroad has dis- continued its Pullman car service lietween Galveston and Cleburne on loth day trains. On charges of disturbing the peace and vagrancy Mary Liza Had- Jey was fined a total of S'27.40 in Justice court Monday morning. The Bed Men's hall has lately been supplied with some very hand- some furniture purchased from the Urenham Manufacturing Company. The January term of county .court will be a drawing card for the next three weeks and all roads will lead towards Brenham during that period. Cotton ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

W2M:g&5& & "Hlfr'.. - qjf-f -? mt. -j-aja jjta.- "'eo s rm . J BEE EEKLY w f YortiME xxxn BRENHAM TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 47 1897. NUMBER 101 . NHAM w A. m. jl A." l aJJLw i STATE HEWS. Seguin is to have an oil mill. Cotton chopping is still going on in Colorado county. De Leon Comanche county' -has a telephone exchange. -Bicycle parties is a new fad "in LaGrange society circles. The pecan crop is reported to be very promising this year. --Bicyclists are forbidden the use of the sidewalks in Gonzales under penalty. Several cases of scarlet fever lhave appeared among children in an Antonio. -The attorney generl has ap proved a S5000 issue of Burleson cOunty bridge bonds. Eastland county is to have a' new S45000 courthouse. . The carpenters and joiners of Cleburne have organized a pinion. No efforts are being made to operate the Tyler canning facto- ries this year. Tom "Williams and Tom New- man have been jailed at Dallas on a charge of counterfeiting. The finest African tobac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

a.w-- i ivrri-!iiv---w-c-T r: ? 'Tf55!rBSia 1 . " 'r r fe ifc-- -CrSvin -- The Weekly Banner. J0H1I G. EAHKIN Sditcr and Proprietor. lirenliaci Thursday June 17 1S97 - There continues to be a steady demand for money in the busi- ness world with the demand un- satisfied. Col. W. M. Griffith bf Ari zona has been appointed United States Marshal for the Territory of Arizona. The United Confederate-Veter an organization now num' one thousand Camps and c "tinues to grow and expand. The New York Journal thinks the government should smash the Sugar Trust 6y depriving it of all iariff protection. Authority has been obtained from the Secretary- of the Treas- ury for .the organization of the Paris Texas National Bank capi- ' tal 8120000. It is sajd that Neddie Green is ven now fishing for the com- bined support of the pop-alliance .aggregation in his race for the governorship next year. m The Cheyenne Bucks are still on the war path in Montana and the whites are engaged in build- ing forts on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

'vfM r r "tf AH 'WffPrtiC Ui it A" LOCAXj NEWS 'Where there's heauty Holland takes it 'Where there's nono Holland makes it The Ladies of the Maccabes -were in session Thursday night. The Band held a practice meet- ing Thursday night with an ex- cellent attendance. Preaching at the Methodist church tonight by the pastor. On account of the commence -ment.'sermon at the opera house there -will be no preaching at the morning service. An able tribute to the memory of General John Sayles by Judge C C. Garrett chief justice oLthe court of civil appeals appears on the fourth page of this issue. .South Texas can sport more summer resorts to the square mile than any part of the United States perhaps yet the people are going: north by the dozens to spend the summer. The transcript of judgement in the case of the State vs. Chas. Kugadt has been completed and -will be forwarded to the court of criminal appeals. The assign- ments of error are the same as those presented as grounds for a new trial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

v!iV TiJw5's: tmHrBP TV V?i? Js- I IS 5 r- The Weekly Banner JOHS . EASKIX ISditor Publisher anil Proprietor Brenliam Thursday. June 17 1S97. It is said the Queen Regent vinfnmrln.tes jnvinsr "Weyler the "grand bounce." Andrew D. Barlow of Mis--sniiri. has been confirmed as Con- ! General at the City of Mexico. The suspension of diplomatic relations between Hawaii and Janan will cause Uncle Sam no loss of sleep. Tire n-overnment's estimates 'show a small decrease in the cot- ton nr.mno'ft of the country this -rQo no onmnnred with that of 1896. Hawaii is again gently tapping at our door for recognition and admission to the general sister- hood of "Uncle Sam's" do- minion t o The humanitarians in this generation seem to exist in name only when the condition of affairs in Greece and Cuba are con- templated.. The fate of Cuba has some liow got mixed up with Dingley- ism. The president declines to notice foreign relations until domestic matters are settled. Government is largely a mat te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

EST. H'n ir giu.um.ag ihivi ii ii uMuoj.uAM.xi.imiuy.ftmicpVOTtam'mcacn LOCAL NEWS. Considerable sickness of a mild form prevails at present. Born Monday morning to Mr. .and Mrs. Albert Cohn a fine Txy. The water melon supply is Tapidly getting on a parity -with the demand. L. J. Lockett undertaker received a magnificient new iearse Monday morning. A fine boy has taken up per- manent residence at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. Sol "Williams. TsTed Taylor an aged colored man died Sunday afternoon on Mr. John Rial's place six miles east of the city. An invitation has been extend- ed Mr. C. H. Letzerich of this city to deliver an address at Lyons July 3rd. Henry Hohlt the sixteen-year-old son of Mr. Henry Hohlt Sr. died Monday morning at his father's residence near Kenney. In making along dive at Daw son's natatorium Saturday Ed Beauchamp received a severe "bruise in the face by encounter- ing a snag. Some people sneer at the theo- ry of a language among the low er animals but there is no do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

nmgigg"- ' 't-mwunii1 yigqmjgLaii:jnigu. The Weekly Banner JOHN G. ItAXKIX Editor Publisher and Proprietor. Brenham Tliursflay. June 17 1S97. Hon. "Wm. Haywood has been confirmed by the Senate as Con sul General at Honolulu. Texas this year has assurance of an abundance of every good thino- to live on and much to spare. Schlatter the creat divine healer wandered off into the mountains in Mexico and starved to death. John "Walters was killed at Centerville Ohio on the 5th inst. while dropping from his balloon with a parachute. Col. McLaurin the new sena- tor from South Carolina has qualified increasing the senate's membership to eighty-nine. . m The Detroit Tribune says the country doesn't need a currency commission half as much as the various inhabitants need cur- rency. The Christian Endeavor meet- ing in San Francisco next month is going to be a hummer and is eoinc to tax the energies of the local committeemen to see that they are comfortably cared for. m tf The Sacramento (Cal.) ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

XjOCAIiNHWS. Entrancing moon light nights at present. The longest days of the year occur this month. Brenham wants and ought" by all means to have a county fair this fall. Large quantities of brick are 1eing shipped from Alabama to Mexico. In all Europe there are 6274 professors m the college and universities. ' Considerable interest is being awakened in the city on the sub- ject of a proper system of sewer- age. Ed Peel colored was lamed Tuesday afternoon at Lusk's stable by a horse pawing one of his feet. Crops destroyed by hail in Burleson county are being re- planted in cotton the farmers hoping with late rains to yet raise a -full crop. An Arizona editor has been found who is sincere and honest. He hansrs this sien on his office door: "Gone out to take a drink. "Will be back to-morrow." New York has been poking some fun at Topeka's alleged 400 deserted wives. Careful in quiry now shows that in New York there are fully 15000 de serted wives. - A coarse grained Populist legislato...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Banner — 17 June 1897

&k "ffD Southern cotton mills are do- ing a prosperous business. - Cannel coal is now being ship- ped from Kentucky to Italy. Spain's most direct way out of the Cuban trouble is to sell the Island to the Cubans. The sugar trust seems to have effected a change of attorneys in -the United States senate. Toronto Canada realized three thousand dollars as a result of the first Sunday street car ser vice in that city. -i m m - TiiE Japanese are said to be making efforts to colonize twelve thousand of their countrymen in Northern Mexico. Senator Morgan can rest as- sured that his Cuban sentiments are warmly endorsed by two- thirds of the people of this coun- Vtry. There is said to be upwards of 100000000 worth of railroad and other bridge work projected in the United States for the pre- sent year. The Denison Gazetteer puts the question thusly: "Shall there be free books for the poor chil- dren or Latin for a few otthe xich?" New York bankers claim to liave more idle money in their -va...

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