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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 20 April 1882

v--&. BRENHAM WEEKLY ANNER. VOXrtJME XVU. BKENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNTY, THURSDAY, APBIL 20, 1882. NUMBER 16 aaBBBBBBBgi PJBSJK mm RHEUMATISM, Mearalgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Sactache, Soreness of ilia Chest, Gout, Qm'nsj, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Sums and Scalds, General Bodily fains. Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted - 'f 'set and Ears, and all othep Pains and Aches. 3f flrpaiatloa on earth tquli St. &com Or a ft tfr, mure, mlmptc and cheap Xxteratl Renedj; A trial nulla bat tb compuatlnlr triSfcic ooU&y cf (0 Cf ata, and trtrj ooa suffer raj vita pais, caa bar abtap and sotJUTi proof of tb) dainuv Ifcraetlona la Barai Xancairra. SOLDBTAILBEUSOIHTBASDEE' J JBHEDIOISE. -Bottimere, h. e. r. & V ll Pcstpoo pa hand. Pwffl crm i Store, EXAS, BARS, AND JSTEL, Bstatirant. Market, kiiav, Texas. EJ cents each. Also Table supplied with I'ubllahed Ilallj andTFeeklj. ItANKlN LETIW, Froprlalora, Iiaxgreat Oircnlation of any Fprpnb llihealuthlaSonatorlalDlatrict. ornat of ...

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. — 20 April 1882

M. & & fc THE WEEKLY BANNER. BY RANKIN &T.EVIN. THUKSDAV, APRIL 20, 1882. Wi? have contended that pro hibition does not prohibit. The Meridian Blade, a prohibition paper published in a prohibi tion toun,5ays, "there is yet a small quantity of whiskey sold and a few loafers remaining." If whiskey is sold at all, be the quantity large or small, those who want it will get it, there lore prohibition does not amoiyit to anything. At St. Joseph, Mo., on Mon day last the grand jury brought in a true bill of murder in the' first degree against the Ford brothers for the "killing of Mr. Jesse James, and on being brought into court an hour or two later they plead guilty and were sentenced to be hanged on the 19th of May. The sup position is that Governor Crit tenden will pardon botlv of them. v Select none but good men for office' says the Bellville Times.'-If any one offering .him self asi candidate is not hon est and capable and does not possess the requisite qualifica. tions to ...

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. — 20 April 1882

S Local Intelligence. Rain is again wanted in this vicinity. A fine line latest oat ' L00MBAXG1I & CO. There will be a fest in the neighborhood cf Welcome, Austin county, on the 30tn inst. Our citizens are now luxur iating upon dewberry pies, green grape tarts and all kind i of veg etables. Died. At Independence, on the 17th inst, John Quincy Adams, aged 30 years, only son of Mrs. Franklin Adams. HalfwooI pant goods as low as twenty five cents per yard. C A. Potter. Green grapes and dewberries are plentiful and cheap as eggs at hash foundery-mens price eight cents a dozen. sroca GOODS. As wiHi! I snlendid line of sprinc roods, and you win not know how cheap they are until you price them at ( A. 1'OTTER'S. The marriage license business-is picking up a little the county clerk issued four "pair" of licenses last week. Horse and Buggy. A good gentle horse, and buggy, for sale cheap. Apply to this office. Zeiss &Korff have removed their slaughter pen outside of the city limits to...

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. — 20 April 1882

, f i Weekly Banner. The Iati efaa Hoiatt Mis nYMACBXlXXXJ!. Tbn 'a ruaoy ft thing thai lb maiden's wish taerjoiirney atsaffln UA, As tby Isle taefrpart In tbe limy world. Amt shar la It rarrs and strife; lVrhai tary wish for a cosy Iwsm, t Ufa rundtiin sidel: and iaa-. -Cut to rrovrn to whole they care tb nwet tor tbeloTe of an honest man. 1 e. pretty maiden , where'er, tou are. In tlaee or hmuble cot, Ylirtheryusrllffe Is fair and bright Or trial and toll your lot, A liether your name 1 Flora May, Or homely Mary Ann , Ton rlll be lo lues: tfyou win that loYe The lore ofan honest man. O, n maiden may prise her diamond set. Or dresses of lveit stylet Or (irbablt a boose of costly tralld, U lib cai pets of velvet pits t ltnt the greatest Messing to woman's life Iet hergaln It while she can Vtom ber gulden locks, tohersllverhalrs. Is the love of an honest man . Act! cultural. It is now estimated that the deficiency in last year's hog crop will reach 1,000,000 head. Common salt is a sp...

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. — 27 April 1882

r N BRENHAM WEEMLY ANNER. i fUYffPfllfm fiir 'IHi JEKSnif w?sh-w .- WIS ' A.hBm lliBi JHaiSfrmMSlH MlEOt RHEOlATrsiw. dlZE'MA 7 "vmnats or ne ciest. Goaf, Qamjf.Sora Thnat.Snelt' - Scalds, General Boifilf - row, rtoeUtfcKmdffaacfac&e, Frosiei Ls. Fmat ntt r. t .. . -v" ,7" 'Y' m 0M?' ' '2? ? " iu ek jit,- o,t oe i E',r'Wi,, tr,i:7 ass i" -r?3K f 5tlJSSJ"al,T,cl? P" Proof "" the S0LDBrilLDBtJ3giBTSirajDEUEB3 J3f KTmTTTTWP rieht on .VOG1 BaltbiurS Leo., ffrlj ir.i tied anerepre war comr dia ctf nonn- JlTOll M, naai7, iSSi, (Tout. Nolh! nnlcss damag- 6. Wock a fine consist KETS, ne for spe- plci 'ES, urs, ntssOiL iS. VTAC- Kbhidi Lraa , All Esion sk fix. 2ty;0r Sts pOBSI fjung. niij KZ Jon pPKIETOR feci.1! Storey TEXAS, SOf Kk, aGAUS. AND IIACCO. fauss, 'BAKmt, ASD SOVXON'EH. RrenLam, Texu. rGroCe Iszr, t. m iwmnmwr PuUUhad D.IIj ,ni Weklj. BANKDJ ItVB, Tr.prI.tor.. tarceitClreulaUon of any Paprpub. - ALlCt. Brenham, Texas. ' . m. oi aauscrlntlou IXtff ""wonfyr-ar,,.... . toon rtit...

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. — 27 April 1882

- ' THE WEEKLY BANNER. BY RANKIN &ZEVIN. XUUKSDAT, Al'RU, 27, 18S2. Nat Q. is not without-friends among the newspaper fraternity. The Henderson iTiraes ''accuses him of swearing, and the'Hous ton Post says il Nat ever swore an'oath the quill drivers there abouts never heard him. The navy yard at Charles town, Mass., wants a purchaser at the price of 6,ooo,ooo. If any Texas capitalist or ex-newspaper man wants to go into the navy business they may never hayc, a better chance than by buying the Charlestown navy yard. Five. United States senators are of foreign birth, as follows: Charles W. Jones ol Florida, born in Ireland; James B. Beck of Kentucky, born in Scotland; John. P. Jones of Nevada, born in England; James G. Fair of Nevada born in Ireland; Wil liam J. SewellofNew lersey, born in Ireland. IUllivar Lfslslntloir. The Denison Herald-News says that the law concerning the fees of justices of the peace is defective inasmuch as they are allowed nothing' for preliminaiy trials a...

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. — 27 April 1882

Local Intelligence. Died. In this city on the 26th inst,"JLCY, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Franke. Attention is called to the new, large and attractive adver tisement of H. W. Graber, else where. 'The public Tree schools of this city will close about the 20th of June with the usual ex ercises. A 'fine list or porsols and fins, the Utest out Bloomeargh & Co. " Immigrants. On Tuesday night ahout eight or ten Bo hemian immigrants came in on one of the trains. HAlFwool pant goods as low as twenty fi cents ptr yard. C A. Totte. Found. Near McFarland's corner a bunch of keys five in number. Owner can find same at this office. STRING GOODS. A splendid line of spring foods, and you win not know how cheap they are until you price them at C. A. Potter's. Next Monday week a regu lar term of the county court for civil and probate business will bchekK Jfonz, Hrtss coods, in all shades, thread, lace bunting, all wool, latest shades. Bloomeargh & Co. Colored Wedding. On Saturday nig...

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. — 27 April 1882

w Weekly Banner. ' Saudj Cotton. S1-ouk Republican. Loud complaints from the other side of the Atlantic found their way fnto the press, a short time ago, about the alleged adulteration of cotton with sand, and stories were told ot cotton bales which when opened In I ivcrpool were found to consist of layers of sand and cotton packed alternately. The New York Cotton Exchange took the matter up and gave it a thorough examination, the re suit of which is to show that a great outcry has been made over a very trifling cause. The. committee that made the examination find that nearly all the Southern states have laws making it an offence to adulter ate or fraudulently pack cotton, and there is one person at least confined in the North Carolina penitentiary for placing a large stone in a cotton bale. Old cotton shippers in New York testify that the losses by these tricks have been greatly reduc ed in the last twenty-five years. Cotton bales frequently contain sand, but it is not packed in th...

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. — 4 May 1882

ffHi IgfPf - & OTJKSDAY, MAY 4, 18S2. mJMBER 18 ii M va: KOPRIETOR lAsbect's Slorc, TEXAS, .stock of It, CIGARS, AND I.IAJ. ffirantwl to tafce txeloslrx 6wwiAijixw no foment ttranaretb Al- aampi aoil terms. ..uiiaRt), ut. ..5& Ira" 3per ; of pol- annot please all pol- FDdking the late cyclone bich demolished Brownsville, to,, it is said tne wina blew at ate of speed exceeding ioo es per hour. It struck the kn as suddenly as lightning, destoyed the entire bust portion, and swept the found clear of every building, p:e and shrub. Its path was Co yards wide and about a ile long. The Communist is a seven by ine appeal published in St, mils for a great many things. It demands the entire recon duction of society, the commu- lty ot property, the ascendan- y ol labor over capital, and pelling reform, to say nothing Ithe new adjustment of the fam ily relation and care of children. This is a large contract for the Communist to tackle. Twenty-four wagon loads of old furniture, etc., fro...

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. — 4 May 1882

v-.-s: 'iP" I THE WEEKLY BANNER. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. TIIURSIUT, . HAY I, 1882. The withdrawal of Governor Roberts opens up the way for Wash Jones to run for governor in fact at Austin Wash's friends say he will be compelled to run. It is also regarded as opening up a world of possibilities to the so-called independent demo crats who have contemplated an independent movement. Am Austin special in Sun days Galveston News says the governor has unequivocally stat ed tosenators and members that he will not be a candidate for re-election and will not serve, another term. The correspond ent seems to regard this deci sion of the governor as final. His numerous opponents will be glad to hear of this determi nation. The Lampasas Springs com pany has filed a charter. It proposes selling lands, estab lishing and maintaining a hotel and bath houses, building gas and waterworks and also a street railroad. The company has plenty of capital and they propose making Lampasas the great watering pla...

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. — 4 May 1882

5 - fe '- Local'Intelligence. We are now in the midst ol the buck beer season. IfAUSwaol pant goods as low as t enly- bvecuiu per yam. A. jrni s. The jury 'Commissioners' were in session at the opera house" Monday. TiinBANNEk is indebted to Hon. Harry Haynes or legisla tive documents. sruiso LAWNS. Jusircceired a ..plcndid line of Spring pxJJ, -among Vhich & Hie prettiest line of cheap hnrns in the city. I shall mate some low pnecs for a short lime. C. A. Potter. Died. Near Hidalgo on the 13th tnst, Leonard Crowder. aged about 24 years. Married. Near Hidalrjo on thc 12th inst, Herry Emshoff to Miss Augusta Gockb. , THEGrangc store on Satur day received a carload of flour direct from San Francisco. The Banner returns thanks for an invitation to .the silver wedding of Dr. and Mrs. Chap lin on the 22tJ instant Basting. Dress Goods, Dotuettlcs, Etc A gond line of bunting that are sure ly Very cheap; also all the besl styles of Staple Dress Goods, Domestics, Ging hams, Cottonadcs, St...

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. — 4 May 1882

la I III I II I - Is El k ifc s ? u K i? Weekly Banner. Farming In list Texas. When the fanners oT eastern Texas learn to appreciate the importance of varying their product, this section will-be--come the garden spot of the world. Cotton thrives well .here and commands, some years, a good price, but teTde pend upon cotton alone, is. the height of folly. As a grape country it far surpasses the northwest, and is only equaled by California. There is no finer climate and soil for silk. The silk mulberry grows here with a luxuriance that is. unsurpassed tn any. portion of the World. With care and attention, this section produces choicest fruits. Pine stock can be raised here as cheaply as anywhere else. With a few enterprising men to take the lead, our vhole sys tem of farming will be revolu tionized, and every area of land xenderd available in making homes comfortable and the 'and owners rich. We have the soil, the climate, clear run-. nine streams and the finest timber. Any resident of...

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. — 11 May 1882

m V sfe BitENHAM WE volume xvn. BRENHAM, WASHINGTON COUNT mki evsjEHWt MH BATISM, tiatica, Lumbago, ness of tho Chest, ire Throat. Swell- fains. Burns and xaldSf General Bodily rival, 'and Headache. Frosted f aid Ears, and ell othae. Pahs and tiht. OTt0MVOBm Wl crj Extern! tocer&trl'y Ttrr oat iafcv m u4 jwtttM precf Fobllsh.il Dllr and Weekly. BAMKIM A LEVW, Proprietor!. LareettGIxculatlonofanyPaperpub. lllhed In this Senatorial Diitrlct . Eassett & Swearincen buHding, corner 01 I St. Charles and Sand streets, Brenham, leaas. lutes ot SnbscrlptIot Dally, one copy one year S 22 Weekly, one copy one year 2 00 Jf Bate, of Adiertlelnp Translentand LepU advmlwinents Insert ed at tl.00 per eqnare for flrst Insertion, ana SO eents per iqnareforeacUsnbseqnent Inser tion, .. Marrlsg and Obituary notices, exceeding Irhtllnes, half price. Editorial notices ofa purely business character, 10 cents a line each nfertlon. Entered at the Postoffice at Brcnhara, Texas, as second-class mail m...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham weekly banner. — 11 May 1882

& THE WEEKLY BANNER. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. THCRSBAT, - - MAT 11, 18S2. The supreme court of the United States has rendered a decision in the Mason case. The opinion is, that the court-martial had full jurisdiction to try Ma son and that the sentence was not in excess of its power. The petition for a writ of habeas cor pus was dismissed. Mrs. Jesse James is out in a card saying that the use of her name, in connection with a pur ported history of the life and robberies of Jesse' James is wholly without her authority or consent, so tar as sne Knows Jesse James, was never guilty of an unlawful act. A fire broke out in Racine, Wis., on Friday and before it could be stopped seven blocks, consisting of some 45 buildings and. 10,000,000 feet of lumber was consumed. The estimated loss is three-quarters of a mil lion dollars upon which there was an insurance of about a quarter of a million. With last week's issue of the T-xas Siftings closed the first year of its publication. It pro babl...

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. — 11 May 1882

Local Mergence. There will be a fest and ball at Roeder's mill on the 4th of A baby of Mr. and, Mrs. Robert Felcher died in this city Thnrsday.norning. A good stock of Slippers and Low Cut Shots also Button Shoes Tor Ladies, Hisses and Children at reduced prices. CA.roTr. Eleven immigrants from Prussia arrived-yestcrday and went out to Bong- Point. New potatoes are arriving freely and are selling from wag ons at 90 cents a bushel. WElearn that there will be a fest at Piney, near Bellville, on the 2rjth fnst Brenham will Beireprcsented. The well forthe ice factory nas been completed and sup plies water at the rate of ninety gallons per minute. vWhite Goods, linen Lawns, Victoria andloatz Lawns, Fenian Lawns, Cross Barred Muslins, Satin Striped Muslins very fine, and White riques from 10 cents up. CA.POTTR Attention is directed to the call of R. R. Lawthcr, chairman oh the -county democratic ex ecutive committee, elsewhere. Most of the German planters (a Austin, county have their to b...

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. — 11 May 1882

1 ' r-iM., it W f I Weekly Banner. GcacralXcvts. There are 134,48s colored persons in Maryland who can neither read nor write. Krupp, the German gun-maker, has engaged Sooo more workmen. The whole force now exceeds 13,000 men. Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes is said to have received S8 aline from the Boston Globe for his poem on Garfield's death. It was Longfellow who slyly described the lady as wearing flowers "on the congregation side of her bonnet." Spring field Republican. Massey is now on the stump in Virginia, and continues his A denunciations of Mahone, Rid- dleberger & Co. His latest oratorical effort was in Front RoyaL Mrs. Mark Hopkinshas pre Rented to the University of Cali fornia Emmanuel Lentze's his torical picture. "Washiajftba at Monmouth." The pakttng is insured for $20,000. & It is said that the Australian colonics re the Ttchestj' per capita, in the world. Among their possessions are .80,000,000 slieep, to a population of only 3,000,000 souls. The- JLondon. Dail...

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. — 18 May 1882

BRENHA WE BANNER. VOLUME xvn. TSREKKAM, WASHINGTON COUNT THURSDAY, MAY IS, 1SS2. NUMBEB 20 M L - "-! r z, f PCOBSOH, Published Dally and TCceklr. Ell MB ron RHEUMATISM, Reuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of ike Chest, xJBogt, Quins, Sore Throat, Swell- fngs and Sprains, Burns ana' Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and HecdashOrJTrqstad "- Feet and Ears, and all other , Faint and Aches. Ha FrtrusUoD ea tilth tqulf Br. Jicczs Oil a fe, ntrr, Mmplt a4 thtap Externa Msntay, a IX1U raaiu ovt ujv ohjiiij trieing-setter of 60 CMti,uiTn9Gffer- r tfa ria ea Lt ltp i3 Dlrectlo&j In Eltna Xtauif: iLDETilLrKCOO: I3MEDI0IKE A.VOGJ proof RANKIN S IXVIIf, Proprietors. LarseatCircalationofanyPaperpub llshed In this Senatorial District . OFFICE OF rUBUCATION : Bassett & Sweanngen building, comer of St. Charles and Sandy streets, Brenham, Texas. Rates of Subscription: Pallr, one copy one year,,. . . 1M Weekly, one copy one year, 2 M llate of Advertising Translentaml Legal...

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. — 18 May 1882

1 MB S THE WEEKLY BANNER. BY RANKIN & LEVIN. THURSDAY, MAI IS, 1882. The liberty of the press has been fully vindicated by the supreme court of Louisiana in the New Orleans Mascot case. Imprisoning newspaper publish crs for criticising public officials is not tolerated in this country. "The freedom of the press isihe palladium of our liberty." It is thought by the demo cratic papers in Georgia that Alex H. Stephens would best subserve his own interests and those of the people of his own state by retiring to private life instead of running for governor. He is now old and infirm and his days of usefulness as a pub lic man are past An improbable story is told of one John Saunders of Ken tucky, who 48 years ago en gaged to marry a young lady as soon as he was worth a mil lion dollars. He went west to make his fortune; made it and a few days ago returned to Kentucky to claim his first-love, who was still waiting for him.. The Georgetown Record learns that a newspaper is soon to be st...

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. — 18 May 1882

Weekly Banner. Latest olcs About The Fashion. ITe-ired for N. Y. Evening It. Lymplic emuse is the newest shade of pink Long silk gloves oT pale sar;e green arc very fashionable. Yellow linen lace trims many of the new spring bonnets. The patterns are in thick raised fig ures, resembling guipure lace in design. Newly imported silk hose showing handsome shades of dark wine color or ruby are embroidered over the instep with pale yellow butterflies. The new Alpine had called the Montagnardc, with high peaked crown and broad brim shading the eyes, is to be a very popular chapeau at the seaside thir summer. Sumatra straw 'is a new braid which has the appearance of heavy canvass and is of a soft shade of beige or buff. This new fibre is quite as popular as 1 Manilla or Belgian straw. All dressy bodices for young ladies are laced in the back; I tuey open in a square or heart shape in front, and are usually bordered with lace, embroidery ot beaded applique bands, Four differcnt'matcrials, ha...

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. — 18 May 1882

J Local Intelligence. Swartz, the noted photo grapher, will open aline art gal lery in this place soon. Zeiss & Korff have removed their meat market to the corner of Quitman and Ant streets. Jest received a iplendid line of Sprinjr goods, amon which is the prettiest luie ot cheap lawns m the aty. I shall male some low pnees (or a short tune. C A. Potter. Bill PAYNE;the negro who was shot last Saturday night, is said to be in a fair way to recover. CLOT11IMI. A good stock of clothing is to he sold at the lowest cash prices, and nhen I say low I stick to it. C,A.roTTtR- Mr. Jno. G. Raskin, of the Banner, who has- been doing California with the Texas Press Association, will be home to day or to-morrow. Wm. Ruben-sties, a well known merchant of Hempstead, died suddenly a't Millican on "Tuesday, from the effects ofan overdose of morphine, taken to reliive toothache. Married. At the Exchange Hotel, jn this city, on Saturday evening, the 6th inst, by Rev. W. B. Riggs, Mr. C. Walker to ...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Banner
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