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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

\ fFLtr -am Maee THE TEXAS BRONCHO SSyrjpwy -• o VOLUME III. a i- -- - j ■ ■ ■ -. ■ ■ - 11 "* 11 ■" ' ' * --1 - ■" - 1 I,,.,. —.i I, i n i -i ■■mi ■ .■■■ ■ — — — ■ CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS. SATUBDAY, JANUARY 22, 1898. NUMBER t A Lovely Watch For the Most Popular Milam County Girl THE PRESENT CAMPAIGN IS NOT WITHOUT THEM. WILL BE ABOVE "WMMW At Least That Is the Opinion of a Local Democrat Who Takes Exception to Mr. Foster. The following open letter to Hon, L. L. Foster has been given out to the press by Hon. Monta J. Moore of this oity: Hon. L. L. Foster, Austin, Texan. Cameron, Tkx., January 13— Dear Sir: I have just had the pleasure of reading your state- ment to the publio as manager of the oampaign of Hoii. Joseph D. Sayers for the demooratio nomi- nation for governor, whioh you say you gave out ' 'in the inter- est of truth and in fairness to all of the candidates." Doubtless you felt confident that this. ' 'statement'' from you, follow- ing eo olosely the interview given t...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

I* OUR BUDGET OF FUN. r % SOME GOOD JOKES, ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. 'tkt Very Bant Humor from the Latsit Iwum of the Comle Papers—What We (lot on Christmas— Short aud Im*| Cot. U(lfhlni')«nt. H swift we go' o'er the flcecy snow. When moonbeams sparkle round: When hoofs keep time to music's chime. As merrily on we bound. I On a winter's night, when hearts are light. And health Is on the wind, \V«- loose the rein and sweep the plain. And leave our cares behind. With a laugh and song, we glide alone Across the fleeting snow; With friends beside, how swift we ride On the beautiful trick below! 1 Oh. the raging sea has Joy for me, When gale and tempests roar; But (five me the speed of a foaming steed And I'll ask for the waves no morn. Bridget's Success. Bridget (applying for situation)— "Oh, yes, mum, 01 lived In my last place t'ree weeks," Mrs. Van Nobbs—"And why did you leave?" Bridget—"01 couldn't get along w'd tocr; she was owld and cranky, to." Mrs. Van Nobbs~"But I may bo old and cr...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

v Quiet Hluiourr Work. Literary Critic (laying down a new book)—I wish every maid, wife and mother in the country could read that book. Able Editor—Well, tun in a line to the effect that that book is one which 110 woman should be allowed, to see.— New York Weekly. Up With the Time*. Mrs. Knickerbocker—Where is your husband this afternoon? Mrs. Bloomerine—Oh, he is attend- ing a fathers' meeting down at the church.—New York Sunday World. People often say a man eats too much or too fast, but they seldom say he gives too much or works too much. WOXDEltS NKVKIt CEASE. Salzer's great catalogue paints four vegetable wonders, a Fig, a Peach and a Strawberry Tomato, also an Orange Vine; genuine, splendid novelties. His Golden Rind Watermelon created a tremendous sensation in 1897 and took 1,000 first prizes, selling at $1.00 apiece. His Lightning Cabbage is 18 days ahead of other seedsmen's earliest, while his Early Peas, Radishes, To- matoes, Melons, Beets, etc., ripen weeks before their r...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

TEXAS BRONCHO \ m -^S1 J^ggWJI - J. M. PIPES, Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Entered !ii the Fostofllee at Cameron. Texan, it- second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION. One Year. <W numbers) Jl.'JO Six Months. (SH number) #0 Three Month*, (1!) numbers) S Sin jle Copy. 5 Addresi all communications and make all or- ij«rs payable to J. M. Pipes, Cameron. Tox. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1898.- yoi A CARD. To those of my friends who know me aad the public at large, I beg to say, ( as member of The Broncho, that while 1 am friendly to its inteiests. aud now, ae well as in th« future, ex- pect to labor hard to forward its suc- cess, they will not consider me In any way Jim indorsing its political aspirants for any particular office. 1 am a total stranger. practically, to Texas affairs, and, tho' a democrat, I am not in politics. Very respectfully, Blount C. Tktce. WHO WII.L BE GQYBRNOIt? Nearly every election yoar for the past ton years in Texas has been ono of Strife and tur...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

i¥ TEXAS BRONCHO. RAILWAY TIK8E TABLE. G. C. & S. P. Ji'y. Time Table. No. 6, north mail 2;](j P. M. No. 5. Huuth " 2:13 p. M. No. 8, north limited 1:JB0 A. M. No. 7. south " 3:U1A. M. No. 14 (IochI) north, 2:35p. M No. IB (local) south il:05A. SI. Close connection* made with Cotton Belt at McGregor, Texas Pacific at Fort Worth, awl HountouEuht & Weat Texas, at Houston. c. L Um-manus, Agent. S. A. & A. P. K'y. Time Table. No. 42 North Bound, 8:10 p. in. No. 41 South Bound, 11:1(5 a. m. No. 44 North Bound 2:10 u. m. No. 43 South Bound, 2:10 a. nr Trains make close connections are made with the M,, K. & T., Cotton Belt, Texas Central and Waco & Northwestern at Waco. W. N. Thohnhill, Agent. The Automatic Wagon Brake supplies a long- felt want. Cotton receipts have boon rath- er light this week. Levi Garrett snuff at Orr Brothers. Foster struck it right for this section this week. It ia with regret that we chron- icle the serious illness of our friend Dr. M. K. Lott....

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

/ I 1 I' : A ■■J* v> m\ tlje teias Broncljo J. M. 1'irFJ. I'ubllaher. CAMRKON, : : : : : TEXAS. A WONDERFUL THIEF. Rev. Dr. A. J. Palmer, a I orthern minister, is lecturing in the ;outh on the "Federal Soldier," and Oen. John B. Gordon, a confederate soldier, is lec- turing in the north on the "Last Days of the Confederacy." Both gentlemen are having crowded houses and making money. One country, one people; no north, no south. No millennium im- pending, but Jolly, good feeling on tap. A BUSY IOWAN BITES OFF HIS OWN NOSE. And Would , Have Copped Oat the People's Kyeteeth If They Had Had Any—Made Key* for Ever/ Lock In Town and Knew How to L'se 'Era. Girls all know that the most persis- tent suitor for the waltz numbers Is the very fellow they don't want. For our part we prefer a sitting-down waltz, anyhow. One of those waltz-at-ease movement# where you both get away in some quiet corner, sit down side by side, you slip your arm around the girl and sit there and have your waltz out...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

FOR WOMEN AND HOME ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. Skating I'mtiiniM Woru 'n the North- ern Climes—A Modest Itlc for the Ice—The Prettiest Urea* of the Kind. Mlgnonue. HE calls mo "fath- er!" though my ear That thrilling name shall never hear, Yet to my heart af- fection brings The sound In sweet Imagining*; I. feel Its gushing music roll The stream of rap- ture on my soul; And when she starts to welcome me, And when she tot- ters to my knee, And when she climbs It, to embrace My bosom for her hiding-place, And when she nestling there reclines, And with her arms my neck entwines, And when her Hps of roses seek To press their sweetness on my cheek, And when upon my careful breast I lull her to her cherub rest, I whisper o'er the sinless dove— "I love thee with a father's love!" Make Terra Cotta Brlc-a-Hrac. Modeling vaseB, statuettes and other •ornamental bric-a-brac in terra cotta is the occupation which several New York women have taken up. This is not the first advance of...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 22 January 1898

/ f ; i I r I '<«* Is fpsMt I m A NICE PRESENT, THE BltOCHO staff HILL PRK8KNT III TO THE MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADY IN MI- LAM CONTY. PfillDftS THE 17th OF IRELAND WILL MARK THE CLOSE OF AN IMPORT- ANT EVENT. THAT ALL OUR GIRLS ARE POPULAR NONE WILL DENY, YET IT IS TRUE THAT ONE IS MORE POPULAR THAN THE REST. MCMW'lHtPK'-SSllT. GOOD OLD SAINT PATRICK WILL BE HERE HIMSELF AND TAKE A HAND AND BLESS THE GIRL VICTOR OF THE CONTEST. girl, Milanogirl, a Cameron girl, or whore will she como from?" That sho lives within the domain of Milam county, and the rno3t popular of them all, joes with- out saying. You are invited. Vote for your choice, and as often as you please. But, you are wondering what the present is to be? You will find it at J. M. Pipes' jewelry house, in the Milam Bank build ing, and that it is a "little beau- ty" you yourself will say when you examine it. The present is a real niec gold watch—a lady's time piece, and a good one—twenty year gold case, with an American move- ...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

r\ )'■ <y\. (l $ * ^ V J THE TEXAS BRONCHO. VOLUME III. CAMERON, MILAM COUNTY, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 18<M. —-■ NUMBER 4. A Lovely Watch For the Most Popular Milam County Girl v MOORE HAS MORE TO SAY. WHOLE SCHEME OF SAYERS' FORCES EXPOSED. Reiterates Hl« Charges—Says Foster's Reply is a Plea of Confession and Avoidance. ©amerotf, Texas, January 22.—To the Democrats of Texas: On the 19th instant Hon. L. L. Foster, as manager of Hon. J. D. Sayers' oampaign for governor, submitted to the public through the daily papers a statemont to the effect that Mr. Sayers, as much as any of the other candidates for governor, stood for the policies of the Hogg Culberson administrations and the last national democratic plat- form. On the 13th instant, in an open letter, published in most of the daily papers of the state, I took issue with Mr. Foster. Among the daily papers furnish- ed with copies of my letter was the San Antonio Express, a news- paper which has become notor- ious for it...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

te*as $rond)o 11' i. t r i i L: J. M. PIPES, PublUher. CAMERON, TEXAS. ELECTRIC GLEANINGS. It is claimed that there are over 1,- 200 Independent telephone exchanges in the United States. The largest, at Detroit, has 6,000 subscribers. At the fancy dress balls at Covent Garden, London, electricity now plays a very prominent part In the decora- tion and illumination of the ladles' costumes. During the year there were eighteen passengers killed and nineteen injured on the street railways of the state of Pennsylvania. Grade crossings were responsible for most of these acci- dent!. The City of Mexico has adopted the modern illumlnant and the entire plant, having a capcity of 40,000 in- candescent lamps and 600 arc lamps, will be shipped from this country in February next. The Morris and Essex railway, a branch of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad, between South Orange and Newark, N. J., is contem- plating the adoption of a third-rail system between these points. A French elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

IS A GBEATJUMPER. . .i i I a i; it WHY HICGINS IS CALLED THE HUMAN KANQAROO. hie, .1- I! tl - |W.l ;• iV In!y | of .1 ')th- |ia -- [ l • 1 o it'i J thr- ■eat. 1 the |im^ tin \hcv ;!k> Iliad 4 ii f ah- |i to ; of >nui fa n- Jngs Ml ho |P: r- in- uph |un«- 1 tri- |!a>«- RS. IK a I lie |h ii'- VO- |pro- ■o.ls, jsici- I pit*- It ing |iigh be- lt of |l£Hi lpOS| Icos- |isti, I |c.i linn Jrg<\ jrom li can II ere Imcs lip 0(1 f and Irrls s i i , iSf'S, stall I' a •on? Isold T i rk - ™vii ■try, lints s in am- •nk- lish iclft Itcll ail and full ited nth • i n (. nix- isco md- love the s in :%on- tho the his- JOllt ply. lie r not and Some of HI* Eitnordlur; Feats De- scribed and Illustrated—Into a Case of EgKi Without Breaking; a Single One. In tho Strand Magazine Oswald North writes of the extraordinary jumping feats of John Hlgglns, "Tho Human Kangaroo." From this article we quote: The curious thing about Mr. Higgins is that he is considerably below med- ium statue, being but 5 f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

"TcssEsr a 1 f j !£ II k i- i t 1 II < n I! * I J 1 I b It ^ ' I % I® (j r, (i n i i TEXAS BRONCHO ■■ ■ ■- ■ ■! J. V. PIPES. Editor and Proprietor 'PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY 'tutored In the PostoOca M t'amoron. Teiun, a iwcund claw mail nmtter. S"CJ3S0R,II3TIO3Sr. 'oneYew, (52 numbers) M.'*1 Sis Mouths, (JMJ number) N> Three Moiithn, (la number#) 2' tousle Copy Addresut ull communication!* mid make all or- tlnra payable to J. M. Pipes, Cameron. Tex. SATURDAY, JANUARY 39, 1808. Since "Billy"' Bryan made thafc little speech over at Chicago "in which he mentioned a certain attempt to 1 'press upon the brow of labor a crown of thorns,'' and remarked, ' 'you shall not cru- sify mankind upon a cross of gold, " Old Man Moneybags of the east has been mighty angry. But 6,000,000 democrats have shown by the wave of the tiny white ballot that they stand ready to back "Billy*' Bryan in what he said, and the ranks are in- creasing daily. The Nebraska boy is alright, and so also is the honor...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

TEXAS BRONCHO. RAILWAY TIME TABLE. G. C. &, 8. F. JR'y. Time Table. No. 6, north mall 2:1J5 t>. M. Mo. 6. Month " 2:12 P.M. No. 8, uorth limited 12:15 A. M. No. T. south " 4:10 A. M. No. 14 (local) north, 2:36 P. a No. 13 (local) south, .( A. M. Close connections made with Cotton Belt at McGregor, Texas Pacific at Fort Worth, aud Houston East & West Texas, at Houston. C. L Macmanus, Agent. S. A. & A. P. R'y. Time Table. No. 42 North Bound, 6:10 p. m. No. 41 South Bound 8:05 a. in. No. 44 North Bound 2:10a. m. Mo. 43 South Bound 2:10 a. m" Trains make close connections are made with the M,, K. A T., Cotton Belt, TexaB Central and Waco & Northwestern at Waco. W. N. Thohnhill, Agent. Business seems to be good since January 1st. The Automatic Wagon Brake supplies'a long felt want. The weather this week has been cold but not unpleasant. A protracted meeting is progress at the Methodist church in See the Automatic Wagon Brake on exhibition in this city. Mayor A. J. Lewi...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

CLEANED FROM THE NEWS. -J 1 / T !■j 1* I s i : 1 V la 1886 a merchant naturalist of Tu- nis bought a piece of ground inclosed by a wall, where a sufficient quantity -of water could be introduced. In this field a large space, where there were fig trees, was inclosed by wire netting. Then he secured from nests the young «grets. In 1896, by Increase, his hen- nery contained about 400 egrets. The females lay eggs twice a year, in April and In June; and the young, leaving the nest after fifteen days, mate the same year. These birds he feeds on minced horse and mule meat twice a day—one ani- mal, costing there 5 or 6 francs, suf- ficing for a fortnight. The nestlings are fed by their mother on small fish provided for her. The dorsal plumes are gathered twice a year, in May and September, but it is not until the bird ta three years old that the plumes at- tain their full beauty. Each adult bird tarnishes about 7 grams of these per year—that Is, about 108 grains or 1-70 one may safely make ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

Rightly Called. "Naggus, you've read my -Lines to a Pomegranate.' How does it strike you?" "Well, it's appropriately named Pome—verse; granate-rock. It's pret- ty rocky verse, Borue."—Chicago Tri- bune. The A cent's Mistake. The Suave Agent—I am sure that your little brother out thcro in the yard would enjoy looking at this volume. The Intended Victim—Who are you calling my little brother? That's my pa. He's a museum freak.—Cleveland Plain Dealer. riOKKlUK Id Rui«lk by Machine!. Flogging has become so indispens- able in Russia that some Inventor has perfected a machine which saves the human arm the infamous labor of blows. Under the flagellation of ma- chines, taxes and arrears are to be- come speedily collected. Rnral Note. "They aro talking of putting in long distance telephones for the farmers' use." "How charming! Of course they can be utilised in calling tho cows."—Chi- cago Record. Star Tobacco Is the leading brand of the world, because !t is the best. If the pirls would shing...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Broncho — 29 January 1898

KafeMM M. ■ ■ j ■j A NICE PRESENT, THE BROCllO STAFF WILL PRESENT 11111 TO THE MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADY IN MI- LAM CONTY. THE 17tli OF IRELAND WILL MARK THE CLOSE OF AN IMPORT- ANT EVENT. THAT ALL OUR GIRLS ARE POPULAR NONE WILL DENY, YET IT IS TRUE THAT ONE IS MORE POPULAR THAN THE REST* girl, Milano girl, a Cameron girl, or where will she come from?" That she lives within the domain of Milam county, and the most popular of them all, goes with- out saying. You are invited. Vote for your choice, and as often as you please. But, you are wondering what the present is to be? You will find it at J. M. Pipes' jewelry house, in the Milam Bank build- ing, and that it is a ' 'little beau- ty" you yourself 'will say when you examine it. The present is a real nice gold watch—a lady's time piece, and a good one—twenty year gold case, with an American move- ment. It is exactly the kind of a present a young lady would like most—one that seems akin to themselves, beautiful as they are beautiful, a...

Publication Title: Texas Broncho, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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