Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 14, 1897 Page: 1 of 10
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BKEjSTHAM TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 141897.
SITUATION AT GALVESTON.
JEKCOURAGING REPORTS FROM THE
Jftraston has Raised the Quarantine and
Trains are Running All Traces
of Panic Oyer.
Special to the Banneb:
Galveston Texas Oct. 12.
.At 8'o'clock .tonight the situation
is greatly relieved and the resi-
dents of the Island city are feel-
ing much better over the outlook
-than at any time since the an-
nouncement of. the fever's exist-
ence on Galveston island.
Three of the four cases
reported are convalescing and
the other is doing well.
One new case is reported today
by Dr. "West. The patient is a
fisherman named Isadore Mo-
;yeur and the fever is of the
usual mild form.
Houston has raised the quaran-
tine against Galveston and trains
are running on the Galveston
Houston iand Henderson railroad
on schedule time between the
Fort Worth has refused to
quarantine against Galveston
and commerce between the
Panther City and the Island
City will not be inter-
rupted unless by intermediate
Business in all lines is brisk.
A full corps of hands are at work
on the docks.
The 'mail goes out tonight over
the Santa Fe.
All traces of panic are over
and Galveston people will remain
at home and attend to business
as if nothing out of the ordinary
iiad occurred. In fact outside
quarantines the are only re-
minder that a contagious disease
Dr. R. M. Swearingen state
iiealth officer says the fever is
so mild that he should like to
Imng his family here to have it
sad become immune.
qtjasahtine against brenham.
Cfcappell Hill Wants no Visitors From
This Place No Need of Guarding
The Waller County Line.
Dr. T. 0. Hynes received a
telephone message from Dr. A.
W. Toland Tuesday stating that
Chappell Hill had quarantined
against Brenham. No special
Treason was assigned for the ac-
tion. Dr. Hynes assured the
citizens of Chappell Hill that no
reason existed for such action as
po yellow fever exists here. His
remonstrances however were in
The health officer also received
a message from the county judge
oE Waller county stating that
there was no need of "Washington
county guarding the county line
as "Waller people were especially
alert on their borders.
Dr. Hynes later in the evening
requested Chappell Hill to send
Dr. Toland or some other physi-
cian here to investigate and
satisfy the people of the hill city
-thai no fever exists in Brenham.
He suggested that Dr. Ketchum
of Navasota would be. a good
A report comes from the
Gribble Springs community that
a wild or crazy man has been
loose in the neighborhood and
among the women and children is
creating some alarm. The man
hss been seen by several .parties
and once he was seen coming out
o a hay stack in which covered
ep in the straw had been sleeping.
"When last heard of the lunatic
was in ihe Prairie chapel neigh-
borhood still further north.
Two Month's Business in One.
That's just what every department in
our store is going to attempt to do this
month. The low price of cotton last
month and other inconveniences caused a
falling off in trade and as the prospect for
Better Prices for Cotton is in sight and
inconveniences have been removed we are
working with renewed effort for the in-
crease in our business which must surely
To help the occassion along we have
made noticeable reductions in all depart-
ments. A constant stream of new goods
and a constant exhibition of novelties in-
vite you to our store.
There's a Significent Something.
About our New Fall Dies Fabrics that throngs the de-
partment with ready buyers.
It may be the styles or qualities or prices ; perhaps it's a
combination of the three ; whatever it is it's doing the bus-
iness and a most satisfactory business at that.
Hosts of new wares have arrived during the past few
We want to introduce them to your notice so ' that you.
can get first pick.
Colored Fabrics First.
Hardly lenow where to begin; just as hard o tell whef e
to stop. Such a grand collection of handsome gownings
and every item of them pleading for a place in print. Here
are a few lots at random they'll have to talk for a stock full.
Boucle Dotted Novelties at .. . 75c
Brocade Novelties in Persian Combinations at 85c
Mohair Figured Granite at S5c
Silk and Wool Novelty iD Moire effects the Moire
outlined in colors woven on back ground $1.10
Silk and Wool Matelasse in combination of Gold and
and Napolian Blue at $125
Scotch Novelties Silk and. Wool a very elegant article $1.40
Escureal Figured Novelties in six different coloringsat $1.40
Brocade Camels Hair exqusite in appearance and rich
designs . . . . $1.50
Mohair Figured Granites at $1.50
Of course we have a big stock stock of all the cheaper
grades of goods. In Cashmeres Serges Henriettas Cre-
pons and Bengalines besides Silk and Trimmings to match.
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Our Shoe Stock has been augmented with
New Arrivals making it lull to overflowing.
We haye Many Bargains in Leather to
which we desire to attract your attention.
One Lot $4 and 5 Shoes at $1.95 each.
Some people wonder at the Busy hustling
look of things in our store.
No mystery about it. It's simply buying
what people want and selling it for less than
they expect to pay. This is what has built
this business to its present- large proportions.
The best of its kind is none too good for
Our Clothing Room is Fuller than it has
b een for a year. We must sell the goods
and the price must make the things move.
If a' low price is what you want be sure
and see what we can do for you' or the boys I
when it comes to Clothing or furnishings.
We have made special efforts this season
to put in a supply of Men's .shoes that are-
exceptionally good values and at prices lower
than the same qualities have been sold here-
WHO LB SA.L2H A.3STD RETAIz
S3.00 per ton cash at the
Brenham Oil Mill. Leave orders
with J. H.' Simon or telephone R.
Its own "Washerwoman. No la-
bor to the one using it. All
Reichardt Becker & Co.
Yellow "Yam Potatoes at
I. NowakovrBky & Co.
We are saved by hope and
slain by fear. We fear to trust
God lest his promise fail we
fear to believe that tomorrow
will bring aught but pain and
tribulation and distress. There
is a call for men and women who
have a robust faith and a robust
courage ; people who believe in
God and believe in themselves
and are ready to exercise their
talents and accomplish their
duty in the face of a snarling
sniveling and ridiculing age
Too many of us are under this
distressing bondage of feafr we
fear to stand counter to the edict
of popular opinion and popular
ways. It is prudent to have re-
gard to' public esteem but it is
irrational and wicked to let the
public pulse measure the time of
our own heart beats. The wise
seaman has regard to the winds
and tides and notes their direc-
Ition; ho employes those which
favor him and avoids those
which oppose- him but at mid-
night and dawn under cloud and
sun he guides his stately ship
not by the winds and tides which
are ever shifting but by the
everlasting stars. Popular opin-
ion penny wit beset the path-
way of every earnest Christian.
There are some who hearing
puny insolent barks of ridicule ;
think that a lion roare. Let us
not tremble let ua not forsake
the highways of faith and take to
the underbrush of conventional
living and convenience. Let us
keep on our course let us hold
fast our crown let us guide our
footsteps not by the jack lan-
terns of popular thought but let
us guide them by the stars.
God is living; He is watchine-r
He is helping. Let us believe
Him." Ram's Horn.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 45, Ed. 1, Thursday, October 14, 1897, newspaper, October 14, 1897; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth115705/m1/1/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .