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BEEKSAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1897.
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-'.svSANT'ONIO WEDDING. ' ' f . " --"-"
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Prof. H. CVoa Stnrwe "Weds a Daugh-'-..
ter of the Alamo.
.One by one the young bach
elors of Brenhamare forsaking
the. ranks of single forlornness
and establishing homes of their
own. As a rule Brenham girls
are selected for these housekeep
ing arrangements,because, as all
4ha world knows, they are as a rule
-he-fairest and best home makers
in all the land. There are exception-
to all rules, -ic course. One
these felicitious arrangements
above alluded to "Was consum
mated at San Antonio Sunday
last when -Prof. . H. C. von
-Struwe, teacher of German in tiie
Brenham High School,' was mar
ried to Miss Cora-3?uchs,'a most
charming representative of. the
Alamo City. The coveted and
cafI,nted blessing having been
seeSved ,the groom, accompanied,
by BiBvpride, returned to Bren-'
Itarn. Tuesday afternoon, and will
set up house keeping at an .early
date. The Banner rejoiees.ov.er
4he auspicious day that.has-eome
Into the life of our mosttesteemed
pedagogue, a worthy and popu-r.
Jar young "man, and heartily
olns with the company ,of sin
cere well wishers-
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Officers and Committees. .
The elective offices were -filled
hy the Red Men" at their Monday
night meeting. The new Sachem,
Mr. Simon, has appointed assist
Ui&3.and announced committees
' Amos Smith, IstSannap.
C'R. Eversberg; 2nd Sarihap.
m. Young, Guard of ; the
C.T.'iiammons, Guard of -the
Relief Committee: H, Harri
son, A- P; Jones, , T.- M. Cass,
13ios. Teague, E. H. Eversherg,
W. C. Henderson, C. H, Eddy.
"Vfcititing Committee: C. T.
Boff, C. H. Carlisle, S. D. W.
Sajw, A. Smith, C. R. Eversberg,
Jhas. Lemm, m. Young.
Entertainment Committee: C.
H. Carlisle, Jr., Th03. Teague,
E.. Harrison, A. C. Dever, C. B-
The Senior, Sagamore, Mr-
jKorris, nasappointea tne iouow
' ipg warriors: T.M. vCass,!S". D.
"W. Low, A. P. Jones and Chas,
. . 1 -caseijExtravHeavyBleaehed . Canton' Elannell the kind
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A" Broken .Flange Sends Third Thirty
X,'Pitnp"H0Uingin the Ditch.
i.ne tnira secnon or regular
Santa Fe freight No. 34, gnorth
feaand, left the track betw,een
Kenny and -Bellville Tuesday
raoramg. Seven box cars were
snore or less demolished and ihe
track torn up, a considerable
dMance.' Conductor Ray was in
charge of the train,. None of the
rew were injured. '
The wreck was occasioned (l'by
alwokfin flange.. Both day. pas
senger trains covered-, the dis
tance between Brenham knd.
Sealy by way of Giddihgs and,
?oiit. The wrecking crew
'Jemple passed through
! at 3 o'clock and put in
tart of the night clear-
rder ot one of tjisra.ee,
pardoned' out of the
y, after serving near-
turt house Tuesday
Mr. JosephjM. Matzek
fs Anna Draeger were
fn marriage. - The'happy
who are quiteyputhful in
ranee, reside afMill Ci'eek
Imas Eidson," aif drmer guard
Icounty f armj died-recently
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SON DRY GOQDr GOMPNY-
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. ; V
Gen. Lee as consul general of
the United States at Havana, is
the right man in the right place.
, TheJ (production of iron and
steerin the' United States for the
month 'of December is said to
have surpassed all previous
The insurgents in Cuba con
tfnfle' joreeeiv supplies with
custoniary.regularity from the
UniteHSt'atesby means of filU
busfefing stezymers. s ?&& '
In the opinion of the PhiladeT
phia Press export testimony hi
all sorts in our courts has become
disgraceful. The law in many
States has now recognized the
necessity of paying more than
the ordinary witness fees to X-.
perts, so that there is a pecuniary
recognition of itsryalue.jrhe
three experts in- thej: "BarMere
trial in New York receive'dCfrom
the county S7250. Thevfes?given
experts yearly in any one of our,
large cities would probably pay
twice over the annual salary of
permanent experts, but at pres
ent there is nothing permanent
about an expert but his fee.
The Hillsbord Herald claims
that agriculture has made more
advancement during the past ten
years than in any other ten years
of the world's history.
"Small farms well tilled often
result in purses well filled.
The following, from the Nashr
ville Christian. Advocate is the
whole truth: "The judgments
that .you form and express con
cerning other people are an in
fallible revelation of your heart,
Isaac Taylor has beautifully said
that the object glass of a tele
scope may or may not bring back
a correct report of the star at
which it is pointed, but that it
never fails to disclose specks or
M y ?
IT - "t- '--
man who- makes a habit of puflS -
ing out the moles from his bro$h pip
er's eye is most likely to have: ?. ,
rather large beam sticMngn'lnsf fiZ
nvtrn mra WTUr. i i-; iilf y&.s '
""""J0' "" tsueera ac..iruin(t &.. r
fulness except the bar, oratpyr-Jl "v" -ity
except the debauche? Wfip :"
proclaims his belief In'fiie "apcV
trine that every man. hasiis - ,
price except the dishonesfc-foltm-
who is"himself fgirifjaleJBecacew
ful, friend, that, in arteal-Jnn.
harshly about your friend or ae-
niminfonna Tr r Ui ' .
flaws upon its o.wnrface.The J aiejnakedWs of your own sou!?'
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