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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 6 April 1882

m mm V v M I t*— I THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT Watson & Moore, Publisher8. OI'R SllfSiniP'IIO* B*TtfS. Daily. Per jenr, in advance Si* moiitlix, " l'«<r mouth Weekly ..eo.oo . a.DC «:> 16 Woehljr. Our Maminotli Weekly, per year, in «1- vanee ...... «•«> Six mouths, in advance 1-00 Three month* M to TKV ® MASTER willis l'RICE is theortly per- a>i authorized to eolieet nubscriytiuiM to the tlniij ilk Ureuhum. uo money In ud- vaneu. TknnMy, April 6«h, 188*, EDITORIAL PABAtiHAPIIS. Rhode Island will lend off next month in the state elections of {he year. The Rockdale Messenger thinks Auscheck, the rapist, should be pardoned^ The daughter of (Jon, ^Robert E. Lee, Miss Mildred:: Lee, is residing in Washington, where she is much puttied. - ^ * The remains of poet Long* fellow werti buried at Cambridge Mass., on the 26th inst. The report of the earthquake in Costa Rica proves to have been too highly painted. The loss of life was nothing like as great as reported. Senator John A. ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Independent, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 6 April 1882

w& • Si Ill . I : PS . t / \ $®¥ Hi mm W& 1.'-.' •• ~ - DIRECTORY. DISTKCT (.jrviCK. District ,1. V, MvKnrland. '. L. Mo <rc. District Clerk, .. COKMTY OPPICKKH. tlounty Judjfe, J. O.MpAUoo. Countjr Clerk, II. M. l/ewi County Attorney, . ..A, «. Uujrucs. Sheriff, J. II. lluteliiuson. To* Collector, It. A. Unrviu. Tax Aasessor, Joe Hoffmann. County Treasurer, C. Mink wits. County Surveyor, U. It. Von Ueii>orntein W fcS • : il Kfi OITY OKMCBRH. Mayor, M. P. Kerr. Mughal, T. L. Hwnln. Assessor A Collector, -K.L. Salley. Treasnrar, It. llofltann City SeeroUiy, II. G. Mclnt) re, Jr. ALDKRMK lit ward J. A. WilHn*. 2d word... It. £. I.uliu. 3d ward... v,. K. Meeluirdt. 4th ward ..M. Auisier. Sfu. way CO: givo tlio quested, anc! same from tlie ra: Steward.. FIT. DKPAMTMKXT. Chief. R. A. Marvin. 1st A'ulotuot.. P. W.Oonuell. 2d AnsUtunt ... J.V. Parka. ' • ' • i - , Hoard ofiiiiKineen meet second Friday o act* montli at 3 oVIoek p. m.,ntthc city bull P. W. Conneli. I. O. Hunkin...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Independent, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 6 April 1882

- — * 1* M II Phyllis Hlton. ' ;|bs % H f PH VI.tH Hlt'lO.V. ClI A PTE Ft XIV.—Continued. "1 don't know how it is, Phy His," she said, "but I feel strange ly calm and1 peaceful to day— just as if all my troubles were floating away from me like those lillies. And: she pointed to flow- ers that some unknown hand had flung into the river. "Yes," she continued dreamily, "I feel that something is .going to hap- pen. I can't tell what. How ever, don't let us talk any more of the future. I believe we set- tled to be happy to-uay in the present. See, we are close to the bay! Let us toll the men where we wish to be moored, and then we will send them to the old farm above, behind the forest, for •' some new milk aud cakes Jor luncheon." The necessary orders were giv- en, and Ottfried brought the boat to the bank, moored it with a stout rope to the trunk of a sap- ling pine above, and then the two men sprang on shore, and began climbing through the brushwood towards the forest, in ♦he directio...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Independent, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 6 April 1882

ip; 6mm\ wnrfa * m t k V. gfc Ei ■ < m IPRSB Urcovcrin*. It will be very gratifying n«w to Ute reln'ivcH und friend* of Mr*. Charles KordOaii to hear tliat «l o m mucb hotter. Accident. Mr. A. M. J ck«ou, an attorney from Austin, mot with a very p in- ful injury yesterday evening, about 0 o'clock. Ho was out buggy rid- ing with C. 0. Garrett, Esq., and in turniug it was upset, throwing them out. Mr. Garrett escaped unhurt. Mr. Jacksou left last uight for Austin, aud had to be helped to the traiu. ipf if.' -v 'J& v.tfs A"; wB ifilt XWT; ' . - y1'" v; mm (ggsg SSISlrU"-,-' m Villi racy Come. Tho local saw ton four-horse teams at Ainsler Bros, warehouse this morning, loaded with goods for New Ulin. They' brought tho same house 3-esterdny near- ly bales of cotton. The Arm roeeiveil seventy-five bales of cot- ton yostord«y, and Marcus receiv- «d 687 votes for alderman of the Foarth Ward, out of 711. Pretty good day's work.^^.,. Mien* of The l^«l«*u•l|^ lv-,,®l,t4^, la TM**"-* Wood...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Independent, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 20 April 1882

V t- * *5 V* THE BRENHAM WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. ■Mb ESTABLISHED 1818. BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 20, 1882. NEW SERIES, VOLUME I, NUMBER 16 • r % >5 t I fc 5 fifr? „■> . 5 I I m I i f- 'Iu.-— I -,y I editorial paragraphs. A boiler exploded at the corn Shop Mill, Baltimore, Md, on Thursday, killing twelve per- sons. James H. Jones, of Henderson, has been appointed Regent of the University, by the Governor. Texas cnnnot afford to have her railroad interests blocked by unwise legislation. An elephant recently sold at auction in Hoboken, N. J. brought $0,600 and was purchas- ed by Mr. Colo, the circus mana- ger. F. R Judd, son of N. B. Judd, ex-minister t<S Russia, luis gone insane from lead poisoning, caused by working in a Colorado load mine. The steamer Planter exploded her boiyr, at Charleston, S. C., on Thiwday, scalding several men scyprely, one of whom died fri#o liiJ injuries. The prohibition question is being agitated in the states of Indiana, Iowa, Kansas and Ohio and...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Independent, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 20 April 1882

SSsn I •• - I %| W§ 5siife)j A; m- f*j£M m v" £:-m - i * • '•'■■'•■. -r ' '*' '- • *riW*L rfi BHB ,IS ss •«*> PRIU(f|l.«l|iTM. -,>-; ^:|i ■:■ ge §$mi Mwsm ' . 11 Wl% j CHAPTER XVII. As winter passed on, Phyllis gradually regained strength; but she became stronger, Mien Hunt, iugdon grew weaker, and soon liea state oftboaltif was such as to oause serious anxiety to her niece. "There is no disease, Miss Hilton," said .Doctor Evans, when Phyllis inquired anxiously #hat lie thought of her aunt', "but Miss Huntingdon has been much shaken, and broods too much over 'her troubles. She should have change and rest." But nothing could induce Aunt Hermione to leave the Ma and she soon be „ Veeir. htft pass- er days in her bed chamber and study. One evening in March, a fine, though wiady night, Joe Walton rode over, as he not unfreqnent- ly did, to dine at the MunOr. He seemed preoccupied and rest- less, and spoke little; and Phyl- lis felt certain that ho had heard news that troubled him....

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Independent, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 20 April 1882

X 4 SIB Heiapstcutl X«i«>. Notwithstanding that weliave had ve y fine weather anil plenty oflive news, it did. not affect mo in tiie least in regard to report ing the proceedings during tb~e last \v«ek. " In the first place, it will not do to send items to any paper, when people mistake good nature for meanness; as I am the reporter or correspondent, it is nothing bnt natural that I should learn everything £oing on in Hemp- stead; now for instance the base ball club, I have given tliem as nice.a puff as possible and actu- ally taken more interest in it than any one would give me credit for. Let me tell them, whatever is said about anybody is only meant as a joke, and should betaken as such, those who take it otherwise, show themselves to ba foolish, sense- less individuals. As I have relieved myself of the above burden, and feeling much easier from it, I can go ahead quite readily, fori know I will be excused by all those who have heretofore blamed me. Monday, April 10th at about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 20 April 1882

V * V. N& • bps T.IK WKWKb* INUEPKNDKN i Watson & Mooue, Publishers. .1 (.rtrnbtra'ti Imprtttiuu Sew World—t'urticulurir oin iinsirBiPTio.t *tk . Dallr- IVryeur, in advance. .... Six mOUlllK, " J'er mouth ... Weekly * . 80.(K) &"> i.*> Weekly- Our.Mammoth Weekly, per year, in wi- vance fl.ftfl Six niuiitliH, ill advance 1.0*1 Threu months •' j>0 •rt> We wiiU it to be distinctly r.iuiei'<too<ibv pur ifttiler* that We «lo not euilorao the !"*'- mii -lit* of our corrnHyoudontii. A*an i<l«:|>wnl- iiut jiaprr, our column* arc open to a free anil mil ilUauMlon, tcniperutcly and r««iwlfullv Qf any and o very mutter political, s^ciititlo, or bt.ciiil—«)rrc*pun<lenft'. in ac- cordance with the above view*, in aoltaited. Tli« Indcpemlent will, in every oppove the. wroiijf and mipport tli« i l^bt, where the o.-easlo1 call! for all fcjcprewloii of it* *enti- ment*. (,'orreu, indent* will i>lea*e bear in mind that to Net ro attnntlon, their must be writt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 20 April 1882

RaVrl Killey A H rini Jit* Ul'.ld. ««. Robert Kelly, quite a young man, was assistai-t engineer on the ill- t'atetl steamer (i oltlen City, aud was in charge of the etighio whet' the steamer took lire. After she parted her cables and all hope was lost, an officer rushed past Kelly and said to him : 4,:4ave yourself : not a moment is to be lost.'' Kelly replied: "I .vill stay hero till the pilot gives the rfignal.'' The signal never eithie, and poor Kelley per- ished at his post. The following touching poem, by John Hay, is peculiarly applicable to this brave youth, who sacrificed his life to save the women and children on the Golden City : J151 11LUDBO. Well, no—1 can't It'll whore Ik- lives, Iiootutsc ho don't live, you see ; Leastwnys liu'sgot out of the hnblt Oflivin' like j o.i und me. Whnrknvc jouliepn t'orthe bisttlii'ee yew . Tliat you haven't heard folks tell lfow Jimmy Bludso passed ill !iin cheeks Tile night ot'tlia I'rairle lie He ? lie waru't 110 taint—them engineers Js ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Brenham Weekly Independent — 20 April 1882

PSfif mJ. it -M I m • •• r * : i L twpiym-1- - JJUL. j —1-!~ -—! THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT IlKKNIi.lM. • ' • 0 TKX AS. Wathon a Moouis, Publishers. ICiitered at the l'o^t Office in Brenltaw an Sccoud-Claa* Mail Matter. AUaiV.lL AND DKftmi'BK or tiii: Ji tiu. Mrentiaiu PMUIIItf. Close*. Due North . " P* >"• 1'mt r>:10 p. in UrtW *• ni- Korth 4:10 p. in ia:-W 1>- • West 11:10a. ill. . < P- « • Malls arc distributed !u half an hour uft.r truiu* arrive. Office open from 7 a. m. to P- m. daily, except Sunday. • Sunday—Delivery window op«n from 7 . lu. lo 10 a. ui. Lock lioxe* ar«e ilile all day. Sir All registered mall goes by way u Aunt in. The lift ol 1 •liter* not delivered ih publUlicd every Saturday in the Independent. .1. W. HACK WORTH. P.M. ri.tttt CAitn. Arrival* and Departure* of Trains 11. A t. c. iuilu0ad: J>AV TWAINS. Wc t boOnd End bound nionr thaixs WMt bound, mixed Kant bouud, mixed . .11:40 a.m. .. U:U9 p.m 2:1 1:40 p.tn. .. 2:35 ii.in. U., C. A 8. V. BAIJLttO...

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