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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Real Estate Bulletin — 4 July 1890
BULLETIN ♦ ■1 II 1 II ■.■ '■ IOHK A. GAVLEN, Tha Baal Estate Editor aad Publisher. Ajoat, i — 5,000 Copies Issued Weekly. W. A. NICHOLSON aad X, P. SPCAMl. , Associate Editor*. —— VOL. I. \ _ GALVESTON, TEXAS, JULY 4, 1890. NO. 5. FIDE WOIIIS Garden Town ox Saturday Nigtt, July 5. There will be a Grand Exhibit ion of Fire Works at Garden Town after the distri- bution of lots by John A. C'aplen. Any one desiring to remain over and look at the beautiful display of Fire Works can take the 10:50 n. m. train from Houston to return to Galveston. PimiE6ESI0l SALE. The'following stand privileges will be sold at John A. Caplen's Grand Barbe- cue and Free Gift Distribution of Lots at Garden Town, between Galveston and Houston. Excursion Trains will be run from Galveston and Houston on Saturday, July 5. It is expected that at least 3,000 peopíe will be present. 2 lee Cream, Uda sua Cake Stand*. « Milk Shake Stand*. 1 ■.(■•nade Stand. 1 Sauaage and Caffee Stand. 1 Milk Stand. 1 Fruit Stand. L0V...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Real Estate Bulletin — 4 July 1890
ja®P Real Bitate Bulletin. JOHN A. CAPLKN, Editor. 'IVrro , - 8H8BH-5-—B I1JKI per Annum BBv1- What We Need and Muni Have. Galveston needs and inuat have the next exhibition building to show off to the beat advantage the great natural re* i of the state of Texas in our own ; Lone Star State, which is the |*«cr üf all in natural advantages, size and di- versty of noil and climate. We have minerals of. all kinds; our agricultural reeouroes are great. Galveston is the prqper place to show to the best advan- i our «ampies of com, cotton, sweet Uriah potatoes, sugar cone and all vegetable that are grown throughout our great Lone Star State. Oar mineral resources have never boon developed to any extent, but wo can afaow aatuples of coal, petrolouui, silver, lead, copper and numberous other min- órala that ha ve been picked up on the surface throughout the atate, and all wo neftl nrto «iny these mines of untold wealth is capital, Show Up those *aui- plea of our mineral resources in one gra...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Real Estate Bulletin — 4 July 1890
I- -X¿~- -f 1—Hfcl ! Akaal Um frnMllM mi This W«U as H "Whirls* la Sfae«." In the burning man that composed our earth at first, there ex in ted copper, sulphur and all the other substances thai are on and in our earth now, only all were in a gaseous otate. The cold had not vet hardened them into solids. They tell us that this collection of burning materiul belonged origiually to the sun, and was thrown off from it in consequence of a natural law, and sent "whirling in space." Do you un- derstand what that word "space" means? This globe of ours is wrap- ped up in a huge cloak, some forty miles thick, culled the atmosphere. Beyond this thick envelope stretches far away that unknown region called "space. What ure its boundaries, no one can tell us. Whether it holds other worlds than ours we can only guess. But one thing about it is known for certain, which is. that it is very cold. Its temperature is about 200 degs. below zero; so we liave need of our thick, warm atmosphere. What effec...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Real Estate Bulletin — 4 July 1890
•• LAUNDRY, 1980 and 1929 Market Btreet. We have introduced a new systemfor finishing Col Urn and Cuffs. Woi devote on d*v in each week to «lio Domestic KIiiIhIi. Customers that do not wish liltfli irion* ran hare t*tíff§tfk>* |.v havi>ivtf t*r- ! riniah. Please «and in your laundry before Wedneaday night if von desire ttilM finish. 7 * mm. ••"'/ w ¡¿: yMmi «§ " M wSSmsf1' LITTLE LOOALB. Hot weather ia the talk on the street*. The teacher* are hard at work increas- ing their store-house of knowledge, The wholesale houses of our city re- port that taurine** i* good and increasing daily. Real estate still sells, at good figure*, confidence «till unshaken that the bill will pass. Captain Louis ha* sold out his street sprinkling wagon* tu a llou*tou firm and will leave in a few day* for ller- many. Special telegrams from Washington to private individual*, state that the hill i* in good condition and it* pu**agc I* daily exjiected. We call especial attention to the card of I. Harri...