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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 5 January 1882

BANNER. ispi&nfr'' 3-i VOLUME xvn. BKEKElAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1882. NUMBER 1 BRENH AM v ? Ha IPi 1 1 A JL 0FESSIONAL CARDS. E. B. RANDLE. Attorcay at law, , Brenham, Texas. Ofacs in Grabcr building, west side of the square. ! BREEDLOVE & EWING, "ttofaeys at law, OEcc -Up-stairs in Breedlove'i building, North side public sqcare,Brenham, Texas. j - i dc.ciirtT. d.it-r.oAUunT,jit. (Notary Public.) GARRETT &J3ARRETT, -ZA.-trt03C-x.oyas""at:XiVC77 Brenham, Texas. ISL-Office- -Up-stairs in. the Graber ly.i. r( H. BEAUMONT, M.1 Practicing Physician. S fK. 4BMNHAM. Teats. ! 1ST Can be found at his office north o uiejKjuare.'iB "teat-estate buDding during the dav and at his residence atnigbr-ianrfw TV atcAdoo. IV H Vinson J.E.McAJoo JIcAtloo, Vinson & JIcAdoo, ATTORNEYS AT LAW- ItreoUam, Tcxu. TlTiTipracMclathDl6trictOourUofWash Install and arroauillas coantleS. awl the o WTiorCoarttof the State, awl the United Stales CottrM Published Dally and T...

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. — 5 January 1882

r J2 THE' WEEKLY BANKER. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. i Tiiimsnrr; .- jax. 3, isss. The Brenham Banner is hm ' by .thorough newspaper men. o quack advertisers need ap i ply. CastrovilIe"Quai. The Quill is correct St. Locis"R.epublican : How " will Senator Davis enjoy the dictation of Riddlebcrfpir? He didn't think the Virginia good enough to be sergcant-at-arms, yet will not be able to keep his place in the vice-prcsiden't chairaftcr the 4th day of next March, unless he make himself agreeable to Riddlebcrger. A"gIlt-kdge ediot" at Jef fers'onville, Ind., set offaa "in fernal machine," composed of a pound of powder and three bottles, in a room containing his wife and children, Christ mas eve. Result: house burnt to the ground, some of the in "matcs fatally and all of them moreor less injured. Moral: There's no fool like a Christ mas fool in Jeffersonville. A reasonable amount of courtesy is due from one news- paper to 'another, but the pro- . position of the Sunny South, published at Atlan...

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. — 5 January 1882

K & I Local Intelligence. The .Brenham oil mill is doing Si paying business. Our nurserymen are kept busy filling orders and ship ping stock. Wir. Cohen & Co., are now occupying the store formerly occupied by J. L. & S. Levine. A ten-year old daughter of H. M. and Mary Wist, living six miles westof town, died on Friday. Attention is called to the change in the double column advertisement of Messrs, Pam pell & Harrison. The free school in the Pleas Hill neighborhood is flourishing like a green bay tree, under the supervision of Prof. E. Lang hammer. Removed. T he Haubelt Brothers"' have removed their store, to the Young building, corner Douglass and Sandy streets. The Banner returns its thanks to that prince of good fellows, Mr. Sam Muery, for a present of fifty fine, fresh Ber wick's Bay Oysters. Mr. 'Jo. Ralston, of this, city, received gSco in prmiums and a handsome banner for the best cotton machinery exhibit ed at the Atlanta exposition. Bo? Again. The atmosphere...

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. — 5 January 1882

I? : t; 2- r i? V "Weekly Banner. Ccm;i;tItIon Amonjfsmers. Wttfi aprotftli of the de nund thirehasicomc vait in- t) creases of compelUion to the American larrasr. The wonder ful development bf transporta tion facilities has thrown each grain or stockgroftcr into di rec.competitioa jvitfi those en gaged inthe same busmessTalt over this country, and in Eu rope and Asia as well. The prioe3 of the crops grown by Western farmers are much pore influenced by the good or bad harvest in Great Britian than by the good or bad har--vest ii a dozen neighboring counties- 0?er much of our country a marked change- in condition is in .rapid progress. In a quarter of a century sev craVSf the Western States have passed from the pioneer stage to that of well settled regions, sending out large numbers of people Id Jill up jstill newer regions. As this change goes on, the price of land advances,, until the rate of increase in' price-becomes-Iow Compe-I tition Increases greatly, and it ceases to be the r...

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. — 12 January 1882

BANNER. volttme xvn. BKESTHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1882. NUMBER 2 WEE xjmiziii .HiLlfl "X P gobs on llnlUilEllyS. EUMATISM. Hsurafgia. Sciatica, Lumbago, Baciache, Soreness of the Chest Goat, Quins, Soro Throat, SteaP ings xxnd Sprains, B&rns ana Scalds, Genera! Bodily Tains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, andjilljther Pains and Aches. TS reparation on etrtli tqTuli Sr Jacohs Oil u a safe, ntrr, imjtfe tad ehtap Eiirntkl Htntdj. A trial Btttli let tie utcpsntiTflj td&tDK ontlay of SO Oalt and eTfrj on uxStr tajj 1th tia can hire chep and poUttre proof of ltadsisu. Jtfmiloat Is BtTen LMpAftf. EOLDBYALLDEUQaiSTSAlTDDEAI-ima Iff KEMGBTE. A. VOGEtER fc CO., PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. B. RANDLE. Attorney at law, ilrenham, Texas. 5i west side of (Notary PuUicj V.P.CARRETT. IK. &t3ARRETT, Brenbam, Taas. Q Office Up-stairs in the Graber tmwnjr; ly t- &. H.BEAUMONT.M. D Practicing .Physician. - Beehhau. Texas. IW" Can be found at his o...

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. — 12 January 1882

;iae&HMUj&du&iL!j.jiji3seBaaagrcMaBEB tfta ft". ' J Iav fe V I I-- "- k THE WEEKLY BANNER. BV RANKIN & LEVIN. TUtlRSMAT, . . JAX. IS, 1S82. The Beaumont Enterprise of last week got out an eight page paper devoted to an extensive, write-up of Beaumont, Jefferson and adjoining counties. The enterprise- exhibited by the Enterprise Js commendable, in the highest degree and this is sue of the paper is an honor alike to its publisher and to I3eaumor.t. Tjie Waco Examiner looks -on as a disinterested spectator in the quarrel between San An tonio and Galveston as to which has the largest population. At present Galveston is m' the lead, -and the Examiner advises the San Antonio people to employ the Galveston enumerators, and thus get.ahead in the matter of - count. On Saturday last the general public -was excluded from the courtroom where the. Guiteau trial is ia progress. The argu ment of the case has been com menced. Guiteau as Usual had something to say and her said that h...

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. — 12 January 1882

N -: .local Intelligence., Have you been vaccinated? Eggs aretscarce in this mar ket Winter vegetables are plen tiful. - Pire wood appears to be in active demand. - PiJoy of corn Taeal, from St. Louis, iff market. Bad roads is the general complaintin all parts of the county. - - 401. During the year 1881 county clerk Lewis issued 401 marriage licenses. ' ThEREis now eleven prison ers and seven lunatics confined in the county jaiL There was a streak of still sunshine yesterday,- but it rain ed most of the day. The Central House is main taining its popularity and its rooms are filled every night. H. Fisher has a fine assort ment of preserves, canned goods, pickles, etc., at bottom figures. The rains are proving of in calculable benefit to the small grain, causing it to come up and grow rapidly. Large fine winter cabbage are hovrsold in the market by -our veteran, gardner and dairy mant Mn Fritz Meisner. .The Giddings and Bassett lanes are said tg.be almost im passable for rolling vehi...

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. — 12 January 1882

''SfW. v. Weekly Banner. JL A'rcttj AYcstru Eomajca. " A brother -apo sister itave ihet aJtera'separatioh -of twen , ty years-, "and .the" meeting lias been brought'aboufin daven port by thejjiftie'son of the sis ter in- a -most peculiar way. One week ago yesterday the raft steamer Clyde -went- into DaVeripott'on her way north, and Captain Douglass tied up . his boat for Jivhile in order to - permit some of the crew to go ashore .and maVc. purchases. Atnongothcrs'ttho went ashore was Aaron Carter, a raftsman. The weather was very cold, wfthall a' keen, northwest wind. While going along the strcet.he met'a poorly-clad little boy who ' was running along crying bit terly. Carter asked him what was the matter, and the little lad sobbed out: -'I'm cofd." "Come with me," said Carter, an3, taking the boy to a cloth ing store, he bought him a suit of warm clothes, and a pair' of mittens. . Uc then asked the boy his name. "Aarotf Dun lap,?. was the reply. Carter was " thunderstruck. "Aaron D...

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. — 19 January 1882

BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER. volume xyrr. BEENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, JANUARY 19,. 1882. NUMBER 3 pipit pte " ' tiiegreat. RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of tie Chest, Coat, Qainsf, Sore Throat, Snelt- ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Bar and Headache, Frosted reet and Bcrs, and all other Pains' and Aches. 5d Prrpsr&rion oa rth equals Br; Jicoss Oil u a cafe, turt, timple and cjitap External Keaiadr A trial estail tnrt tae eomp&ntlrelj trifilHJt miliar of 50 Cent, bA twtlj one inOer tig with fwla cm have cheap and jrceiUTe proof of Reclaim. - DlrscUooj In dm Tjwieoacei. BOlDST ALLDBUGOIBTS AHDDEAIEBS Dt HEDICHrE. A. VOGE1VER &. CO., BalUmOTt.itd., tr.8. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. B. HANDLE. LttaLi Law. c. a ga&utt. o. n. r. caksett, jk. (Notary rablic.) QARRETT & GARRETT, Atfornoys - t Zia'cir Tlirnliam T,ee EU Office Up-stairs in the Grabcr btuung. ly, i. fi H. BEAUMONT, M.D,. Practicing Physic...

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. — 19 January 1882

THE WEEKLY BANNER. UY RANKIN & LEVIN. TUDBSnXY, - JAN. 10, 1882 - The Richmond Nation re turns thanks for several offers for advestising, the advertise ments -would redound much more to the interest ol the ad vertisers than to the paper. Such offers are being contin ually made to papers in the larger towns, as well as in the smaller ones. AccORDiNGto'the Brazoria, Independent Wash Jones,whom it claims to have elected to con gress, has secured appropria tions for Texss harbors that no other member has been able to do, and he to-day commands more influence in congress than any other member from the sen ate. Taffy, taffy, taffy. The Calvcston Journal still continues to discourse on the deep water problem; it seems to be a difficult matter to awake people to their own interests. A liberal contribution from the Galveston property owners would be of a great help in pro curing deep water.but they can't be convinced of their own interest.-- The Jefferson Democrat is working hard to indu...

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. — 19 January 1882

Local Intelligence. Vaccination is still the order ofole day. IJgos are a scarce article ia this market. Fire wood is again com manding fancy prices. Tax-payerb are coming to the front rather slowly. See change in C. C. Leib's double columti advertisement Pat beef cattle are scarce in this uarket and command fancy prices. Only eight marriage licenses were issued by our county clerk this week. Owing to a press of business in the county clerk's office no deeds were recorded last week. Quite a number of our citi zens are now using coal for heating purposesl instead of ood." , Sunshine. Yesterday after noon the sun put in an. appear ance and last night was bright and clear. Mr-. TV. H. O'Banno'n has moved to Clebourne, where he contemplates engaging in the livery business. Coal. The Banner learns that a fine vein of coal has been discovered near Milano Junc tion, in Milam county. WoODis now selling at J per cord, wagon measure. a general thing families ai tolerably well supplied. Our ed...

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. — 19 January 1882

m m h ' Weekly' Banner. Varieties. " ', " Chilblains are ripe. '". V.JScvetrhlx events or liquors. . -"Pbor-wSsTieynjalie ;rich di 7prce lawyers. Madam, never bang a door, if you do adore a bang. ' The dentist lives from hand to mouth. Swearing off tim& comes near again. v They lynch unsuccessful doc tprs in Canada. Avoid a slanderer as you -would a scorpion. A bear story is not necessar ily the naked truth. A very popular girl, with bank cashiers Em Bezzle. "Pardon me," as the polite thief said to the governor. It is the clean table cloth that catches the early grease spot. Alex H. Stephens has his fighting weight up to 94 pounds. How to restore oil painting Carry them back to the.owner. Egotism is only another name for ignorance and bad breeding. Talmage says Ingersoll is the chapfon blasphemer of Amer ica. A grate fire Is a much, more cheerful object than a small stove. Whatever may be said about luck, it is skill that leads to for tune. Speaking ol gilted people re minds one...

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. — 26 January 1882

'BWSUl'" :V' BRENHA ETTT ANNER. :- t VOLUME xvn. BBEKHAM, WASHING-TON COUNTY, TEXAS, THUESDAY, JANUAKY 26, 1882. OTJMBER 4 l m p i iz- &' V4' E-- tr-' $ i -- SANGER BROS., DALLAS, TEXAS. Ladies, Gents and Oilldrcnt onlfluers Tie larstst ln and Fancy Goods estab- Jlihtient In the Bou.bwest. 35 Ccinslete DsparlmBEts. 35 Cbmprtelns- cvervting necessary for the adornment of the name or terson and coTeriopaa area equal to an acre of ground An institution tnatha reached its now Immrnse pro portion, through coond BUSIHESS PRINCIPLES, coofUUDJn tft JBixLn f Fair Dealing and Lowlrices OurProminent Features TVe Mre a MrpS of Imyew In the market at allilmes, Kxrdarebept supiiliedrtibov eltlftj attaoonaaibeyaxeont. We have an efScK-nt order department, through rhlchinedlam wssollf Ityoor favors, be they large1 or liiuaQi and prom ise to fill all orders promptly and WKanuemy vt inarumcns, or 1I02O.T KEFUXDED. -line Goods a Specialty. Samples and Prices Sent on application. Sanger brothers IT...

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. — 26 January 1882

THE WEEKLY BANNER, BY RANKIN & LEVIN. THCBSDAT, - . JAS. 26, 1882 Tub Bastrop Advertiser is of the opinion that Judge John Hancock should consent to be .candidate for governor One tMng'is sure and that is that Judge Hancock would make a liberal and progressive gover nor, one who is fully alive to the interests of Texas and the wants of the times. The Houston Post says that Oscar Wielde's poems are grossly immoral if not absolu tely indecen, and that a whole some suit of tar and feathers might open the eyes of Mr. Wilde to the impropriety and dancer of his aethetic course. and that he is in danger of coming to the pump; the pistol' or the tar-barrel. In August last commissioner Spaight, of the bureau of insur ance and statistics, sent out blank forms to the county judges and commissioners, and other prominent citizens, asking statistical information. As the Hr nllnw nn rnmnensation for this kind of work returns came in very slowly and some forty counties are yet to be heard from....

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. — 26 January 1882

Wf liipPBBBWWliP!SSSfr Local Intelligence. The Brozos river is on a big boom. OCR public schools are re ported as being in a flourishing condition. Good, reliable white labor is now id active demand among our planters. The brick work on Korbe's new building is rapidly ap proaching completion. Bacojj was being hauled through our streets on Friday by the wagon load from the Central depot. Workmen were busily engag ed Tuesday in laying down the pipes for the water-works, near the Santa Fe depot. Saturday was a very quiet day in town, only about one half of the usual number of col ored folks coming to town. ., Attention is called to the disoiution notice of Stern & Bros., and the business card of Stern & Martin their successors There was a collision of two freight trains on the Saata Fe railway, near Caldwell, last Tuesday. Masquerade Ball. The Germania club will give a grand masquerade ball at their hall on the evening of the nth of February. We have heard no talk of a. 1 Volks...

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. — 26 January 1882

"Weekly Banner. FuMon FolaU. aeon , is a new. . a W. C pn r. grcetuwMir J a jjenowTinge. ,, liarge. sleeve buttohshave-gonc-out entirely. Silver jewelry in quaint arlis ticpatterns is fashionable. t Eans of-satin, bordered Vrith moire, appeared among late novelties. Watered silks are more in demand than they have been for some years. Amber-beaded scadals oflau-rel-pink satin are the latest in dancing shoes. - Gathered ruffles will doubt less bea feature f the costumes ibrnext spring. Jockey costumes With long coat' basque and plain velvet skirt are stylish.' Algerian plush is the latest novelty in thts universally popu lar trimming fabric Some of the new bonnets are literally covered with birds with theirwjngs spread. Themost 'fastidious ladies now use the imitation Valen ciennes lace for dress garniture. Dog collars of coins, silver or gold, and stylish and bangle bracelets oT all sorts are still "worn. The shorter the sleeve and the. longer the glove, the more fashionable is the y...

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. — 2 February 1882

mzL S'Sg ' - -w? - f iS BRENHAM WEEKLY BANNER YOLTJMB XVII. BBESTHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, TEXAS, THUKSDAY, .FEBKUARY 2, 1882. m7MBE5 JvsUIS-r . fe. ? ft SANGER BROS., DALLAS, TEXAS. Lfclietf, GBtsaml ChtMiTQS outfitter. Th lirgtcst Drr n4 Fancy GoixU MUb- llsliment la the souths crt. 35 Comslete DepartmeEts. 35 Comprblng ererrtMoff necessary for tba adornment of tb borne or person and coTcrlss an aira tonal to an acre of ss an arra rqnai imi An Institat ground An Institatloa tbaiba reacbMjtt doit Immense pro- poruout unwiga eoudu BUSIHBSS PRIHCIPLSS, consisting In the mala f Fair Pealing and Lowrriccs. Our Prominent Features V9 hare a eorru of buyers in the market at all times, anU are kept strpplicU wtthov- tttie as soon as Um axe out. We hare an rfficleat order department, through which medium ire solicit joor ftrora, be they larjre or email, and prom Ice to fill all orders promptly and with fidelity to instructions, or UOM?r BEFU5DED. BneOoflusaSpeoUty.- Samples and Prices Sent on...

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. — 2 February 1882

IT' r- t" " A i THE WEEKLY BANNER. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. THOnSDAY, FEn. 2, 1882 The Albuquerque, N. M., Journal saysr "After watching the proceedings ofthe Territor ial legislature since it has com menced, this paper is prepared to state that twenty-five years hence wilLbe time enough for a state government." This will be bad news for those, who want an incrcrse in the number oi . states". ' "The Houston Age, a paper that is noted for its sacred re gard for the truth, says a load of seventeen sticks of wood was hauled to town by a team of fourteen oxen. It points a moral by saying: "The wood man probably wanted by a grand display of motive power to exaggerate the price of his wood." Jno. T. BucnaNAN, state sen ator, of Navasota, was taken sick last Thursday, with disease of the kidney resembling black jaundice, and died on Sunday, ged thirty years. He was one of the brightest and most suc cessful lawyers in his section of the state, and in criminal cases he had already established ...

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. — 2 February 1882

JfiS-" . Local Intelligence. yEXABiES are plentiful in Vns market. The skating rink has lost none-of its popularity. jfTTHKjotal cotton, receipts up W&t week' foot up 20,704 && JJVlLiv ducks are reported plentiful in the creeks near town. j.The eleventh of February is t-thelime set for the grand mas querade at the Gcrmania hall. "" Yesterday was another -sunshiny day and the mud on the- street crossings has "dried arpf The county tax collector thinks that the prospect for a large tax sale this year is very flattering. XilEjgCounty commissioners arc preparing their annual finan cial .'statement of the affairs of the county. The smallpox scare has been a good thing for the doctors, in the way of furnishing subjects for Vaccination. A grand cocking main is billed lor Hempstead, February 13, "between Waller and Wash ington counties. Removal. The insurance office of Messrs. Carlisle, Rober son & Co., has been removed up-stairs in the new Giddings building. Mr. C C. Lieb h...

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. — 2 February 1882

Kb-- y lie! r3-"t! i 5 . Weekly Banner. General Sens. ' The buckwheat crop this year will be short. The Chicago police depart ! meat asks for $850,000 for this fiscal year. The little town of Harrison Burg, Virginia, spent $20,000 .last year in street repairs. The London Engineer ex ipects to see gas sold for 50 cents a thousand feet at a profit ,, ABlanche'ter, Ohio, saloon keeper is required to pay a woman $1200 for selling her husband liquor.- Jay Gould has bought three 'coal mines at Stanton, Illinois, and 500 men are to be added to the working force forthwith. Only one of the nine Tam many "anti-monopoly" mem bers otthe legislature, refused his pass over the Hudson River railroad. Judge Barnum, of Chicago, charged the new grand jury to look into gambling in general and "corners" in wheat in par ticular. Attorney-General Stockton, of New Jersey, United States senatorfrom 1869 to 1875, has just been nominated for his fourth term. ' And now, strange as it may appear, the New York ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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