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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

) L It I . 1 t.-i t . ! : I I 1 1. i. i 4. 11 "MM. '' J. -a TOL. IX. m ie Meeting. GEORG STUART CAPTURED THE PEOPLE. "Sermon on The' Loney Loney ' Monday Morning. The Famous Decov Duck Sermon at Night. Bro. Stuart opened the services by again urging the singers to come forward and join the choir.. Some will be anxious to join that body .vwhen. all the badges are out and the seats full but they can't get there. Come. now. There are no conditions except that those who join must sing and not play wall flowers. The choir sang several Sonus after which Bro. Duvall led in an earnest praver. He pravec for the success of the meeting and that the spirit of the Holy Ghost might descend with all its' quick- ening powers upon the head of him who was to. address the men and women present. The collection was taken and more songs sung. Then the following announcements were made: Services will be held in the tabernacle to-morrow at 11 at 3 and at 8. Bro. Jones will be here to deliver the sermon to-...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

9 JESSIE OF LUCKNOW. A. FAMOUS .CASE OF CLAIRVOYANCE GRAPHICALLY RELATED. When the ltep;iil Had Lost AH Hope the Scotchwoman' Heard the Slogan Which Announced That the Highlnnde'ra Were Comlncto the Iteicue. In conversation between a distinguish- ed judge of this state and an editor the article of Mark Twain's on telepathy cas- ually came into talk. Many cases were cited and the judge alluded to 'the re- markable story of Jessie Brown. It will .be new to many and it is given here- with as it appeared in a letter to the London Times the letter being written by a lady who was the wife of an officer at Lucknow: "On every side death stared us in the face. No human skill could avert it any longer. We saw the moment approach when we must bid farewell to earth yet without feeling that unutterable horror which must have been experienced by the unhappy victims at Cawnpur. We were resolved rather to die than to yield and were fully persuaded that in 24 hours all would be over. The engineer ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

Mi : i 1 r- fT ' : : "H 1 ' A Mysterious Phenomenon Numbers of explorers who have .sought the Arctic regions in quest of the pole have told of a mysteri- ouscity mirrored against that north- ern sky statelybuildings in choice architecture tall and imposing spires but such as difler from any- thing we know of. Whether the. foundation'of this mirage is a real- ity and only unrecognized because of transportation as to directions "whether it is the work of some mysterious remnant of our race that once occupied the pole or "whether this ib some fanciful fea- ture of the frost as the peculiar shrubbery we sometimes see on the window pane whatever this is it must be consigned to the perplex ing enigmas of the unknown region. ; Who knows but that some spot once the theater of busy and ad- vanced human life may have es- caped the general cataclysmal wreck and that this city may be the silent and as yet undiscovered witness .of pre-polar time standing alone in the dead desolation in the frigi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

WATER WORKS. We put in and extend Water- Works. We sell Hose and Lawn Sprink- lers etc. HURXBUT HARDWARE CO. Brownwood Bultetb?. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday by WILL H. MATES. - Editor and Prop'r Q. Xi. HOLIiAND - Business Manager STUART TUESDAY MORNING. Two More Effective and Im- presive Sermons. "' BROTHER JONES AT NIGHT. Stuart complained of feeling un- well and said the congregation would have to bear with him but lie would do the best he could. He took for his text the same as on yesterday morning "Grow in grace aud the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ' I believ.e that growing in the grace ot God means is getting on good terms with God getting closer to God so that lie may hear their prayers and petitions. To illustrate: There was an important issue about to take placo in my state in which I v.u deeply interested. I wrote to several friends telling them my wishes and asking their prayers Why did...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

.. The merchants who close their Btores at 6:30 show their appreci- ation of the preachers of the cause of religion and of the men who are employed by them. Mr. C. L. Holland the efficient foreman of our office has been on the sick list several days. His place is ably filled by Mr. Ira Hall whose handiwork appears in the daily. The business men of the city ap- preciate the efforts of The Bulle- tin to bring the visitors to the Jones meeting in close touch with our business interests and are lib erally patronizing our Sam Jones daily edition. mi lne&antae is giving An ex cursion rate of four cents perVmile for the round trip from all stations on the south and west end tcfpar- ties wishing to attend the- Sam Jones meeting. This extremely low rate should bring manny vis- itors from our neighboring towns to the great revival. Mr. Newt Cannon of this coun- ty was married Sunday night at Spingtown Parker county to Miss Annie Ballard of that place. The young couple is expected home on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

V ' "- ' ' ' ir r ! -tittle folks'' tette.p-a Especially For iihe Children. r - The last of the letters are pub- lished this week and next week the prizes will be announced. There were four letters without coupons butkhey are printed at the last though they will not be considered in the contest as the conditions were not complied with. The "letter box" will still be open and we would be glad to hear from our little friends at t aiiy time. EniTott. No. 69. Brownwoqd Texas Apl. 30th 1894 umy mces aooucnaii ol pur school are from Svvitzerland I dont know where that is but they have come out here to learn how to talk When I Write beter and get bigger I will write to you about the pecos yney and our home I have a little sister name pearl. She is sweet but she is very bad Goodly - Dot ' ' No! 72. . very Vaud N. M. Mr. Mayes I want that Book I am 9 years old was born in Aus- Edttor Bulletin-Dear Sir As tin Texas lived in Tex. 7 years and the "contest for- the -book closes came to this coun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

i mi-rrnrr nwiiiiiiii n rr i . . - - - - j 111 The Seasons Change g And the wise merchant changes his goods into money-.to be able to meet the seasons. c 'Spxing: 3-od.s :Lv-u.st Come! 3 8 4 :-4 v 9 (J5 CI s - - - RAMEY SMITH & CO. . . x H are making the prices on winter goods that will almost force you to ta'kei them. T1 -IT 1 11 .1 r " -i i t " i ney are aaaing sucn a loveiy stock ot spring goods hat you-will be sure to want them. Prieesr to Suit the Times. I Don't think of buying untilyou have seen our stock and priced Wjhat you want. 2: Goods well bought are half sold. Ours were bought that way. v 3 Smith. 3s Co Picture on a Pane. Harbor Springs IIclrThas a curious eensatioit and a strange story connected with it. On one of the window panes of a hotel there appears in dim but distinctly visible outlines the portrait of a lady and great crowds of people have been to see it. It is the por- trait of a Mrs. Davidson who some two years ago lay for a long time sick in the imom whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 May 1894

Fresh Goods Arriving Every Week at REAVES -BAUGH CO S. Dry Goods and Groceries Offered at Bankrupt Prices J- - "-LTOrxs- Beceivei for Eeaves-Bau.gli Co. WE LEAD. OTHERS FOLLOW. !k WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW. t MONEY DOWN. Our buyer is ever on the lookout for the best of everything in our line at the . LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES 'I Fo't the money down. Here "we rest our case. The People's verdict Listen : ie Bargain kk OF BROWNWOOD. 32 in. umbrellas at 75 c. Worth - - ' - $ i 32 in. umbrellas a better grade 1.00. Worth - 22 in. parasols 80 c. Worth - - - " . 27 in. parasols better grade 40 c. Worth 26 in. parasols 1.25. Worth - j 26 in. parasols 2.75. Worth - - - John T. Greech i . . Browrpwdod Texas. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. i J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st .Nat. Bank Brownwood. 5 gal. BAD Molasses $1.00 S. P. Wil- 1 1HTT1B 5 pal. BETTER Molasses $1.50 S. P. Williams. Sjral. BEST Molasses $2.60. S. P. Williams. 26-tf Icel Icel! IceM! Brownwood Icq Factory is readv to deliver Ice to anv p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

T1' - FOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THTJKSDAT MAT 24 1894. NO. 30. j 4' i Mi r r-V n Meeting. SAM JONES GETS IN HIS WORK. Immense Crowds Attend Every I Service. I .Five Thousand People Present. poor. You need your noggm ex amined. There is nothing in it that's what's the matter. It you don't get to work and quit growl ing you will turn everybody in Brownwood into prairie dogs al ready you can see the dog holes in nearly every yard you call them storm houses. Every time a little cloud comes up you pop into your holes. I tell you this jgso. You wantto work. That is what ia the matteEf""All out of whack. Gd has made special provision on this I A large congregation greeted 'Rev. Sam Jones Wednesday morn- for tools and idiots and ing. The people of the town ex- many of you will get there withou pected to hear something good and joining any church. Don't grow were not disappointed. The sing- so. lou need killing. If a coun- ing led by Excell was good; the try don't suit you 'why bless your ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

.Aiiii uftMi mcjanmi. (Continued from page i.) imy crown on my .head and my .narp m my hand I won't care waetner you recognize me or not out 1 want to be imown here. How tare you fcnown here? As a man? dne curse of this country is we are running into politics. Nearly every man and woman is running into office. Every man is presi- dent or secretary or an officer in some concern. The women are theame way. And as fast as you are getting into offices you are ruining the mankind of the coun- try. If you want to see political officeholders eo to Vashinrton. w o I was there when Cleveland was first elected and saw the republi- canicalves turned out of the gov- eminent cow pen. They had been m there sucking the public teat for 30. or 40 years until they didn't :havetooth in their head couldn't chew rass or -eat fodder. That was an awful lot of calves turned l . . ... loose -on itne public. Then I saw tne -little shrunted democratic calves.rush in and each one grab a teat and shake his littl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

i MB KNEW HER. Prnhlhltlnr. D. Pnm.Mnn . . . ........ w m fcj vullTBllalWill ihrlTl..ULii .11 . . . I iUO ilulllUlUUmOW UJ JLCAB3 SIC ...uugnui wasn taaieto Risk k Disobeying Her. Hereby called to meet in conven On one occasion Judge Andrew tion at Waco Texas on Thursday Ellison was trying an important rune 28 at !0:30 a. m. at the city ease at Macon City and desired to ftaU rush it through in order to make The liquor traffic is more aggress3 way for another case coming up the Ive an ever Defbre secret socie next morning. The court instruct- es to urtner its interests are be dthe jury and court officials to 3ng orgamzedthrougnouttliewllole return after supper that night as it land and m order to deceive the was intended to hold a night ses- PPlei claim the organization to on. At 7 o'clock all the nffirR be !n the interest of temperance numerous witnesses and the iurv. and benevolence. with one exception were on hand. We 0911 uPon a11 men who Iove Of course nothing could be done Uroa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

4i "s WATER WORKS. ' We put in and extend Water- Works. We sell Hose and Lawn Sprink- lers etc. HURLBUT HARDWARE CO. Brownwopd Bulletii?. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Evkkt Thursday by WILL H MAYES - Editor and Prop'r Q. L. HOLLAND - Business Manager From present indications this will be a lively campaign year in political circles. : a Let the voters of Justice Precinct No. 1 get together as one man and vote out saloons beyond the reach of their boys. The Bulletin intends to pursue its'policy of thorough independ- ences political matters but will not hesitate to express its covic- tions of right and wrong. There is much benefit to be de- rived from an association with people of education and culture. Our commencement occasions al- wavB-leave an influence for good' behind them. The political articles and ex- pressions iri the city papers are enough to drive the average reader wild. It is five months yet until the election and wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

TIT -r w. j. JNorton and fahiily of Baud Texas visited the family of apt. John P. Work during the earn Jones meeting. Mr. Norton is a member of the firm of Driskill & Norton the leading grocers at Band. Mrs. Norton is a sister of Mrs. Capt. Work. Some of our enterprising ex changes are franking candidates through the mails as "supple- ments" and thus securing second- class rates. This is in violation of law and the candidate Who will permit it does not deserve the sup- port of law-abiding poople. . Prof. W. M. Chandler left Wednesday for Brownwood Cole- man Ballinger and other western points in the interest of the sum- mer normal which opens at this place on July 3rd and closes Au- gust 3rd. He will be gone about a week. Lampasas Leader. Prof. Hagan of Ballinger who has. been quite prominently men- tioned in connection with the race lor superintendent of public in- struction spent several days here there past week. Prof. Hagan has a number of warm friends here and will likely re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

THb GREAT RACE OF THE CHURCHES. StuartTalks Again About Home Religion. THIRTY-THREE FAMILY ALTARS. Before the morning sermon Bro. Jones arose and said that he wasn't in the town for money if he was the first time he looked in the col- lection box he would have left im mediately. I haye an offer from a Lyceum bureau of 200 dollars per night for me to lecture and if I wanted "money I would go and lec- ture. I would sure. After the collection he began his sermon as follows: I want to talk awhile on i j -i j uub may ub ueuumm&iea aown- W 0- - J J . w . eve that a talk is some times ibettekjhan a sermon and that's what 1 gmS t0 give you this Tnorninftow nen wnat is meant by loyalty toSP0(1 an( how is it -determined? realty to Go4 is de- termined by sacri&S6. for God. Sac- rifice doesn't man to up some- thing you don't want ghat's the spirit of the age.. Like they that determined to sacrifice sSIPe- thine for God. The family am told what they would sacrifice un til they came to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

n i The Seasons Change And the wise merchant changes his goods into money to be able to meet the seasons. occoocco5ocx?ccccoocccoccoooocccoSpxIrL 3-OOd.S 3vl2.St. Come! - - - RAMEY. SMITH & CO. - - - 5 u 1 4 r 58 V - e 3 " $ are making the prices on winter goods that will almost force you to; take them. They are adding such a lovely-1 stock of spring goods that you wijl be sure to want them. Prices to Suit the Times. jE Don't think of buying until you have seen our stock and priced what you want. Goods well bought are half sold. Ours were bought that way. Til 1 ft OR in The Meeting. (Continued from Page 6.) States who are worth $50000 will go to hell. Why? Because the bible says you shall help the needy and they don't do it. What the bible says you can depend on. .A woman was approached one day by one who said I can prove by your own eyes that the bible does "not tell the truth. But she says I'd rather believe the bible than my own eyes because my eyes have deceived me lots and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 May 1894

You Will Find by Pricing the REAVES - BAUGH 00. STOCK That we are determined to close out same under the Court's order and are only endeavoring to realize actual cost. Complete stock of Dry Goods and Groceries. T. CL "rZLTTIS DEBeceiver. - "WE IiEAD OTHEB8 FOLLOW. When we put the knife in our large stock of clothing and cut THE FIRST COST Just half in two ve did not think of continuing the offer beyond Saturday 19 just at 6:30 p. m. Put we-4rave now decided to GO OUT OF THE CLOTHING BUSINESS And to make a "Clean Sweep"of it will extend the time to July 1. Here they are and we think if you seethem you wlli buy them whether you need them just now or not. 2 "Very handsome kilt suits age 2 Cost 54-25 Marked down to $2.12 1-2. 30 2-piece suits ages 6 to 12. Cost 1 .00 to 5.00 Marked down to 50 c. and up td 2.50. 60 Youths coats and vestsagcs 10 to 17. Cost 1.60 to 7.00 Marked down to 80 c. and up to 3.50. 95 Men's coats and vests frocks and sacks sizes 34-42. Cost 2.30 to 1400 Marked dow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 May 1894

2 'A 1 L r 1 t s-1f t f. A. ' -J nmrmraml I VOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY 31 1894.. NO: 31. W M 4 I WT2 La Do You EverThlnk? Do you ever think at night When the day is o'er How the little momenta glide Glide to come no more? Moments will not come again When you read this line Like the one that now you pass Gone with speeding time. Fill each moment with a thought Tender loving true Do to others as you wish They would do to you. Be thou gentle he thou kind Care for those who need. And the Lord will hlessyon dear For the noble deed. Be thou like a shining star. With its silver rays &uiding those who drift afar fInto righteous ways. Adduch moments in your life Fpr pur Savior's love And "HfeHl reward thee sure Withhafle above. C. S. Brownwood Texas. 4 How Sam Jones Struck The iunior end of ifte Sfa staff accompanied the excurion- Brownwood last Sunday pajftly to see that famous town and partly to hear the famous ravivalist Sam Jones We have seen amL board and must admit that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 May 1894

NEW MINE DISCOVERY. There Is Riches Galore In menard County J. K. Patterson interested in the ""San Saba silver and gold mine of Menard count? is in the city. He was seen by a reporter yesterday 3 XI i 11 . a i!.. . auu gave ine lonowing interesting story regarding the history of the supposed rich find: "Three years ago an old gentle man by the name of Short first called my attention to the matter He said he was at San Saba Mis sion (sometimes called San Saba Fort) in 1874 and there saw the old smelter used during the days of the historical mine in melting the ore and said he pursued ex- actly the same direction as was given to Jim Bowie m the early history of Texas when he started to the place of the mine. He gave the direction as follows: Go up Celery creek until you come to the big spring then go to the west three miles and there will be found the mine.' 'I took Mr. Short with me in a vehicle and we proceeded toward the place according to his direc- tion. Reaching the big spring ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 May 1894

The Seasons Change And the wise merchant changes Ms goods into money to be abler1 O meet the seasons. TTsTirrtez 3-ood.s ZMIuist 3-o cccccoccrxxxxxxocccc 3-OOd.S HEULSt GotoCie! Hi B 1 ii J P - - RAMEY SMITH & CO. are making the prices on winter goods that will almost force you to take them. They are adding such a lovely stock of spring goods that v you will be sure to want them. K j Prices to Suit the Times. ; n j Don't 'think of buying until you have seen our stock and priced what you want. 3 Goods well bought are half sold. Ours were bought that way. 3 Sz Co When a Girl Visits. When you are packing your trunk try and put in it everything that you will need so that you will not have to borrow from your hos- tess writes Ruth. Ashmore in a timely article on "The Girl Who Goes a Visiting" in the May Ladies Home Journal. You will require the silk or cotton matching your gowns your needles scissors and thimble and if you are an adept at artistic needlework I would suggest your.doin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 May 1894

1 WATER WORKS. We put in and extend Waterworks. We sell Hose and Lawn Sprink lers; etc. HURLBUT HARDWARE CO. Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Evkby Thursday by WILL H. MA.YEB - Editor and Prop'r C. Ij. HOLLAND - Business Manager Hon. Horace Chilton will speak here next Wednesday. Let us have no more suburban saloons to entice our boys into wrong. The saloons may not hurt you but may hurt your neighbor. Be x generous and manly and cast a vote that will help; someone. The saloon near town is not as bad as nine saloons were in town but it is nine times worse than no saloon and should not be tolerated. naa xur ViPnr Hnrnnfi Chiltnn fliext Wednesday will spend the time very profitably. He is a thorough master of the subjects he discusses. r -v 1 The farmer's boys are the one? most affected by the suburban t-a loon and the farmers should turn out to a man and vote out these evi influences. If local ootion is voted in ...

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