Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 303, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1899 Page: 2 of 10
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c. P. Huntin<#on has
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donated $50,000 to the Tuskogee
r of Oklahoma is
at 375,000, ofw^om OO
per cent are American bom.
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The German garrisons in the
Caroline Islands are said to be in
danger of attack by the natives.
Thi oil combine has advanced
the price of coal oil 35 per cent,
and the price of gasoline 331-3
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Gov. Joints, of Arkansas, has
suddenly bloomed out into an en-
thusiastic expansionist, to his
discredit be it said.
Agdinaldo has justly earned
the reputation of being an artfu
dodger, as well as that of an ex-
Brooms, buckets, tubs, olothes
baskets, churns, washboards and
rope, all trust products, have ad
vanoedincost 25 per cent.
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Whoever controls the volume
of money of any country is abso
lutely master of all industry and
commerce."—Jas. A. Garfield.
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The match trust has notified
dealers that there will be an ad
vance in the price of matohes on
the first of the year of 20 per cent.
The Milwaukee Germania, a
Republican journal, asserts that
prominent, influential and highly
respeoted republicans, who are
worthy of the utmost confidence,
are wbrking against McKinley's
renomination, and adds that the
time will come when they will
openly and freely declare them-
selves. The president's advocacy
of imperialism "knocked the bot-
tom out of the barrel," so to
speak, with these people. The
president will soon discover what
a great, serious blunder he has
made; that the people who hur-
rahed at his imperialistic policy
and his ravings about the flag
constituted only a part of the na-
tion, and that the others remain-
ed quiet out of respect for the
dignity of his office, although
their views differed from those of
the president. A politician
Mr. MoKinley's caliber Ought i
to have lost his head on aocount
of the expansion noise.
Republicans who do not favor
a second term for President Mo-
Kinley because they are opposed
to his foreign policy, now recol-
lect other grounds of dissatisfac-
tion with him, the greatest among
which is the all-powerful in-
fluence of Hanna, and the way
in which he has used it. The
favoritism in the army and navy,
and especially the infamous treat-
ment accorded Admiral Schley,
as well as the whitewashing of
the army contracts, are much
commented upon, and people say
The Colorado Democrat rises to
remark that the worst enemies of
the Hanna administration will not
T claim that It ever betrayed a
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A close investigation into the
question of federal taxation will
reveal the fact that nearly all the
tax money comes of the bone and
sinew of the nation and the strag-
gler after bread.
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Dick Coleman, a negro who
murdered Mrs. Lashbrook, a
white woman, near Maysville,
Ky., a few days ago was taken
from the officers by a mob of one
thousand men and burned at the
Stfiiir.r. %juht *'.& #** .(* **
wjgjtt* government oontraets a
■•debt with a certain amount of.
in ekeolatioa and then
contracts the money/volume be-
fore the debt is paid, ft|| the
most heinous crime a government
oould commit agalnat a people."
" m Lincoln.
WHAT ABOUT IT.
About 33 per cent of the popu-
lation of Smith county are color-
ed people. About 90 per cent of
the oourt expenses of our county
is traceable directly to the negro.
Our mayor's oourt, justice courts,
county court and distriot court is
largely ocoupied in the trial of
negroes for violating the laws of
our state, county or city.. In ad-
dition to this, in making a roomy
jail and in a convict farm our
oounty has a oonstant investment
of forty or fifty thousand dollars.
The labor lost by individuals at-
tending these courts will foot up
at least one hundred thous-
and dollars a year. In
the question of how much
are worth to the oounty to
A survey of the
will likel y be
t ier by the present con-
the Dishes Quickly I
You can if you
use Gold Dust.
It docs most of
the work. It
ey and labor.
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(ir Boom work."
tub It. t pairunl company
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Home people should patronize Home
The Birt ol to-d»y *ffl be the
old maid of to-morrow.
Even the deaf mute is able to
hear money when it talks.
A damp cUmate is undoubtedly
the best for raising umbrellas.
A bachelor says love turns out
Paradoxioal as though it may
be, spoiled children are usually
If vanity fails to catch a man
in one disguise it assumes an
Somehow the more you try to
be funny the more people don't
Politicians are given appoint-i
ments not for favors received but
for favors expected.
Spend, and the world in with
you; sponge, and it can't get
away too quick.
Even in the face of a great loss
no life can be wholly bitter that
has,its beautiful memories.
Many a man provides himself
with a wife and then expects her
to provide him with a home.
Many waste their powers in
getting wealth and then waste
wealth in getting power.
as soon as things begin to
Hid expensw on their ecoount Seiie«lly m«i< gwrt de»l
the neffrocaazecostinfr this coun- more interested in what we don't
Ore«ted by the Low PrieM VwrsOing at
C«ther A Boater's StwcialiSale.
a sensfttioo was sattMd by
tar's Grand Nov
MANUFACTUKaR '.OF AND
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FALL AND WINTER, 1899-) #00.
anxious for the bar*
which they sie offaring, "
not one half can be waited on.
they are adding good oalieo at 3
oenta a yard, good bleached domes-
tic at 412 cent* a yard, good brown
domeatics at 4 cants a yard, good
toweling at 3 a yard,
good pa^rof apring Unf* ahooa or
heal ahoaa at 1.00, boy"agood school
ahoea at 98 cents, boy'a good
96 oenta, boy's good aoit at 1.26,
boy'a good school suit at 2.00, good
all-wool men's suit at 5.00, good all-
wool Clay worated sait at 8.00, good
i at IS oenta, good sus*
10 eenta, good fast black
hose at 6 cents, xneoa' or ladies
good handkerchiefs at 5 cents,
mens'good hose'at 3 cants, ladies'
mtm1» shirt waists at 26 oenta.
irood nair of lace curtains at 49
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If you are needing anythiag in
At. ,L ^ '' S A . MaiB a,AM ly. 11M M n
strnr -JP®3r^,; :3r«® ; git#
sad I have laid ia a stock suitable for Am
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i here enables me to select with dis-
»to ths climate in wsi«ht and
no less W« »>»ut people ths4 k what
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THE editor of the Bowling
Green (Ohio) Democrat draws
the following contrast: "If you
are a farmer you will find that on
about 25 $er cent of the Oct. 18,
are fholly unreliable. — Tyler
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in his eonoumng opinion in the
gal tender cases, Mr. Justice
Bradley of the U. S. Supreme
Court, speaking of the power of
the U. S. government to issue its
own currency (green
said:"No doubt foreign.
would rejoice If we should
power. No doubt
kve from the firslVlaken a desn
and one-fourth bushels of
it. Last year you could buy
100 pounds of wire fenoing for
100 pounds of wire fenoing for
three buseets of wheat. Today
you must bring six bushels to get
of witi mm
In an Ov
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and cmnpariaon of my
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 303, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1899, newspaper, December 10, 1899; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth485356/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.