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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

Literary Notes. 9uV; ? 6 m Umt6d btates is the title of an important book by the Hon. Alfred R. Conk- niig wmcn is 10 De puDlisned im- mediately by D. Appleton & Co. j. uo 4ir&emug ui uiu American citizen indicated in the revolt against doss and ring rule and the lormation ot organizations for non- partisan and pure municipal gov- ernment render the appearance of this book peculiarly timely. The author has learned his subject by auiuai experience as an aiaerman oi xvew i orK a memoer oi tne as- sembly and a leader in municipal reform movements. He describes the departments for conducting the city's business the methods and m u P--a. tionofhis theme is illustrated by reierences no oniy u ine various American cities but also to Paris. London Glasgow Birmingham anA wt;i ua :u0 anrl stnriiorl 1'n the nrmmraflnn nf view of the value of sucn a work - to every citizen mere is no dook nfenml onnno Of equal scope. Another of Mr. Thomas Nelson rage a Houmern siones ih 10 uo n . f. sou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

Tf?e Necessity o! Good Jfaads. Rapid and easy communication between and within the different parts of its territory is one of the essential characteristics to the pro- gress and prosperity of a modern nation and to some extent of. all nations. Rome as soon as her t legions had conquered a country began to bind it to the capital by a system of road ways; for it - was said that all roads lead to Rome. Some of these roads exist till now as monuments of their skill. Rome however built her roads for the mo- bilization of her legions an impulse far different from that which should actuate our building them. True we would build them for the mobiliza- tion of our legions but our legions are far different from the Roman legions. Rome's legions were en- gaged in waging wars of despolia- tion and. destruction ours in the progress of peace and production. In examining the condition of our public highways one cannot sit upon the rear deck of a palace car as he can in viewing the landscapes borde...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

SSGUUMK & MB JEWELERS BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Elgin and Waltham Watches in All Grades. Fine Tableware in the Best Qualities and Latest Patterns. Fine Friendship Engagement arid "Wedding Rings. ' TfiE BEST GOODS AT PRICES TO SUIT TJ4E TIMES. EIne Repairing a Specialty and Guaranteed. lS " Call and Examine Their Goods. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND ) DENTIST Office QTer 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. J Walter Scott is now manipulat ing the yard stick at Ramey Smith & Co.'s. Mr. R. E. King of the Slapout community gave our office a brief call on Monday. J. T) Simpson the well-known people's party man was in town Saturday and gave us a call. Coggin &. Gilliam Bros. well- - known Bulletin advertisers re- : port an unusually heavy trade last Friday that being the best day of the season with them. . V. D. Armstrong and brother ihave decided to go into the jewelry business hi the building just in the Irear of the City National bank. irf hey are having it nicely fitted up and are expect...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

iiiunnuuml VOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1894 NO 50. OUR SPECIAL BRANDS In Clothing insures good workmanship honest goods and a good fitting garment. Buy no Clothing unless branded " ' T ! COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. BROWN WOOD TEXAS. COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. BROWN WOOD TEXAS. l They v&re the best that can be bought. i t Our Lllie pf Men's Fine ShOGS is now open and ready for your inspection. We invite you to see them. The newest and . most desirable goods shown in this department. ; . Sellers of High Class Merchandise. -AT A Gold Standard Value -OR- 8ih er at a Ratio of 16 to 1. THEY MUST GO. Hard times high prices and big profits can't exist in this town because we have got the goods and make the prices that save the people money. HAVE YOU SEEN CUR NEW STOGJK? It is a wonderfully complete assortment of high class goods OF AT COMANCHE. Staple ai?d parpeg t)ry Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes and 1 Tats. i6 Below W.e Give You R pew Prices. Cotton Checks 3 cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

The Tovns'!'You' Sipe Springs Sydney and Blanket. mrTT) ATT TT T? A iT A MH HPA PflM A "WPTTTP. enterprise holds a most beautiful interview with the gentlemanly grade to an almost deserted village 1 JtU U IxtL Jjj IJj AIM U 1 U IXEJ. gUe Qn nne of thQ Forfc Worth and energetic business men whose -"Old Blanket." Reader pause & Rio Grande just thirty minute's firm name heads this paragraph when you reach this secluded spot ride away from the city of Brown- The general merchandise stock of and drop a tear over departed m V TV 1 TT I - . iil itt m i rir 1 n ? 1 1 f I . X rpi. M.rKl.n nihina JoGG '4 1 JIG xGODlG lOU wood. The country arpuna tne vv. 1. ana unnora omun is one ui greamuaa. iue wuuiu11U8 ' .. V .. . . village is classed as one of the the neatestj best and. most varied of this pioneer hamlet awaken a MGGt.f) most beauiiful. healthy and fertile of any stock -of the same kind train of meditative thought. Hands in "Great Texas." Lands are found in the country. In fact it now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

Daniel Baker college. Sufficent money was recently subscribed by citizens of our town to replace all the broken window lights in the college With all the window lights in and cleaned and the Campus cleared Daniel Baker College presents quite an attrac tive appearence. This is all due to the interest manifested by Prof. of this years growth. Now when you visit "Uncle Billie Brown" you will say "good farming pays in Brown county." HOME AGAIN. 'The Bulletin on the wing" rode away from the home of "Un- cle Billie Brown" to take up the broken links of golden association of "Home Sweet Home." Weeks of journeying across the mountains Graber and the students. of McCulloch by the silvery wa- Base ball is still ters of San Saba across the fertile among a number lands of Coleman and through the they will soon have sufficent prac- cotton fields of Eastland and Co- tice to play other nines with a manche in the interests of The chance of success. Bulletin and its hundreds of read- The two literar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

i 1 fttMr r W" OP MEN'S CLOTHING j And Can Give You I A Nice Stock to Select I From And at Prices to t Suic The Times. WE ARE i headquarters r i' .. w $ave You Seen. THE HRcock; rotary DISC PliOW? is Huv hutH amavv I mi ilnl ' ' " " 0. Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published EyeHy Thcbsday by - WILLH.MAYE3 - Editor and Frop'r To Our Subscribers. .' The Bulletin has been going to I its readers regularly during the ex- ceeding hard timed "of the past two years. For months at a time the M office receipts were not sufficient to j pay running expenses yet know- ling how hard pressed the people : were not even a statement of ac- count was ever sent a subscriber. This paper reaches a people who cheerfully pay when they can and feeling sure of this it kept up its vis- its and did all in itspower to encour- age interest instruct and entertain every subscriber; To do this the management necessarily incurred lindebtedneps. There;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

The BeamanSt. Clair company. The Bulletin directs attention to the advertisiment of this exten sive Comanche General Merchan dise House. . A few days .since The "Bulletin on the wing" had the pleasure of an introduction to the immense attraction of the establish ment. He had often heard of the enterprise of the "Beeman-St. Clair Company" but was suprised as well as delighted to see the fascin ating attractions of an establish mentT that will most favorably com pare with the most extensive em porium of the largest cities. The "Company" has by its fair and honorable dealings as well as its handsome bargains won a high rank in the business world. It goes without question to remark that the "Beeman-St. Clair Company" stands at the head of any establish ment of similar 'character in- the state ot Texas. When you visit Comanche dont fail to visit the "Beeman-St. Clair Company" if you are in search of first-class gobas at first-class bargain prices. The dry goods line of the houpe is re- p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

From zephyr 'Mrs. Jas. E. Smith is ouite sick m m era l I x o i he bulletin this to your this week; Col. G. W. Mahonev of Santa Anna was here yesterday. Do you travel? Are you a shipper? The Rand McNallv Railway Guide and Hand Book" contains all the pertinent information. Ask your news dealer. The prettiest baby buggies in Hon.C. K. Bell autographed at town &t Ht feeamenB- the- New Walker hotel Saturday night. N. R. Howlett who is now buy- in We want vour cotton seed and will Dav tne ton Dnces ior inem in casn. Don't fail to see us before selling.. 47-tf H. H. Sigman & Bro. Hopfen Wels. Is for sale at Dowtys Try it restauraut. It is a perfect substitute for correspondent is the most de lightful month oi the year. The weather is neither too warm or too cold. It is the best gunning sea son for the sportsman. It is the second month that contains the letter r showing that the i 11 1 r. v nvn. ter is fully ripe. Garnering of the inS cotton at Comanche' was crops and other things....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

Tbt preachers are Here in large numbers at the Synod. Mr. D. Andrews now has a po- sition With Jno. T. Creech. This Dallas Fair will draw largely froril the Brownwood country this fall-. THk .Bulletin adds twenty-six new names to its subscription list this week. There is a steady demand for good cattle at fair prices through- out the country. Unusually fine sweet potatoes are marketed here this fall as the result of the fine rains. J. B. Quisenbury and S. H. Griffin are among the salesmen at the "Big Bargain Store." Mr. J. R. Wilson one of Brown- wood's prominent business men was in the city last Saturday. Chief. Prof. Carl Vincent the erudite 'scribe of The Brownwood Bulle- tin visited Comanche Thursday. Chief. The Presbyterian Synod meets to-day at the First Presbyterian church Brownwood. About 200 delegates are expected. Mr. F. A. Scroggins of the Fair- view community was in town Tuesday and dropped a dollar into The Bulletin man's palm. . Our genial friend W. A. Ham a hustling y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1894

JEWELERS BROWNWOOD ' TEXAS. Elgin and Waltham Watches in All Grades. Fine Tableware in the Best Qualities and Latest Patterns. Fine Friendship Engagement and Wedding Rings. - - i THE BEST GOODS AT PRICES TO SUIT Tf4E TIMES. Fine Repairing a Specialty ana Guaranteed. Call and Examine Their Goods. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J. W. Mc ( Office over 1st 3?; McFARLAND DENTIST Ifat. Bank Brownwood ! TOd. J Brownwood pays the top prices for cotton. The advertising merchants are now reaping the business. The Bulletin is a hustler for the news anywhere in its territory. W. H. McGibbons of Richland Springs has his autograph at the Walker hotel. W. D. Armstrong & Bro. have a card'in this issue. See them in their new quarters. All reports show Brownwood colleges with an increased attend- ance over last year. The Brownwood compress is kept busy every day. The streets have been crowded with cotton this week. Will E. Rahl of Goldthwaite has been in the city on business. Miss De Lane has a position a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

IHUtUlOlld VOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1894. NO 61. If you will we In heavy rri ' -44; ' '11! AT A Gold Standard Value -0R- Silver at a Ratio of 1 6 to 1 . r THEY MUST GO. Hard times high prices and big profits can't exist in this town because we have got the goods and make the prices that save the people money. HAVE TOU SEEN OUR NEW STOGK? It is a wonderfully complete assortment of high class goods OF Staple ar?d pciipcg Dry Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats. J3elow We Give You R pew Prices.. t- Cotton Checks 3 cents per yard. Best Sheeting .4 cents per yard. Wool Flannel 10 to 20 cents per yard. Good Calico . . .3 1-2 to 4 cents per yard. Good Gingham ..."..5 cents per yard. Good Socks " cents per pair. Good Stockings 7 cents per pair. j ': AllWool Jeans .........20 cents per yard. -f Cotton Jeans 10-to 15 cents per yard. ! ' Ladies Shoes (good) Ladiea Shawls 50 cents. Gents Pants 75 cents to $1. 1 Children's Shoes. . . . 50 cents. This Event Is Foreshad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

THE FIRST SUBSCRIBER. Henry Taylor of May was at Clio representing the Hurlbut Hardware Company with the disc plow. Henry shook hands with the exclamation "Let me say I'm the first subscriber to The Bulle- tin; did you know it?" Henry and his plow attracted attention. THE COUNTY CANDIDATES. . Brown county has a jolly good set of fellows running for office. Their name is legion and they are as bashful as maidens of "sweet sixteen" when it comes to an in terview with newspaper men. The Bulletin cornered two of the moB agreeblein an interview. Here i one of theml W. A. FARMER." t In looking up this affable gentle man's record he is found to be a ' native of Missouri a resident o Texas for nineteen years and o Brown for the past fourteen years Mr. Farmer's married life dates . back to Leon county Texas where he married Miss Lula Beall a lady . of iutellicent character. His home life encircles seven bright chil dren three girls and four boys As an official Mr. Farmer has served the peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

Texas State Fair and Dallas Exposi- tion of 1894. In all departments the attractions are on a grander scale than ever be- fore attempted and the state fair is worthy the liberal patronage of all citizens of the Lone Star State. It is not a local enterprise; its scope is not bounded in that way. It is a state institution and every Texan is vitally interested in its success. The ninth annual meeting promis- es to be very successessful and all that is needed is the liearty co- operation of the people of the state to make it so. There are many new features and strong drawing cards this year which will greatly interest young and old. Every manufacturer farmer merchant and professional man should visit the fair this year and take the ladies and the little folks with them. The Texas State Fair is the greatest of all educators. It will show the advance made in agricultural products stock-raising and gardening; it will unfold ihe diversified industries and mighty possibilities of this glorio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

ofc Received Our New Stock ' rw op Zsz MEN'S CLOTHING - And0.hGiv9Tdu ; Sto ' ZX (lV WE ABE 1 A Nice Stock to Select - : l5 . ClV -"' S? Headquarters L i oods? Mea's and Ladies ckcko6ooooox 6 I Have You Seen THE HfllCOC ROTRRV DISG POW? HurlbufH' dinar e Go. Brownwood Bulletin. jEntered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Eveky Thursday by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r SAY! " Did you forget to come in and settle for The Bulletin when you sold your cotton last week? May be you intend next week needing it peering it. to do so We are arid ex- It is only. a little amount but it will heta us a great deal. Japan seems to be outwitting China in its struggle for the con trolofCorea. This country is now on its pivo tal point. Irrigation will turn us in the right direction. The Presbyterian ministers have gone home. They left pleasant impressions behind them. There is no time to look back ward in this country the times re- quire that the eye of pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

i m Mr. T. C. Y&ntis has sold out the remnant of the Reaves-Baugh Co. stock. He has been able to realize about $20000 from & $25 000 dollar bankrupt stock of goods which shows extraordinary good business management on the part of the receiver. Married. At the residence of the residence of the bride's father Mr. J. L. Persons Oct. 15 1894. Mr. M. A. Guynn and Miss Bell Potter both of Brownwood Texas. Rev. A. F. Bowden officiating. A din ner was given in honor of the young couple at Mr. Ballantyne's on Tuesday. The Bulletin wish es the couple a long life of happi ness and usefulness. The Synod. The presence of the Presby terian ministers of the state in the town the past week has had a de cidedly beneficial effect upon- the town. The able sermons that have been delivered from time to time at the different churches by the leading pastors of different cities have been eagerly attended by the people and have been a fresh in spiration to the local churches and the presence of thes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

THE BULLETIN ON THE WING. The Big Bargain Store From Brownwood to Coleman. Pleasaipt Associations With Standard Railroaders. I Train No. 46 Oct. 9 1894. Special Correspondence. ; This morning The! Bulletin "on . the wing" shook hands with the crew of 'train 46' westward hound for Coleman. This crew with Har- ry Vaughn one of the Santa Fe's . best and most honored conductors; "Uncle Sam" Hopper a veteran engineer at the throttle; Alexander an enthusiastic "fire demon" shoveling coals; and C. L. Wood- ward an accomplished "standard man" of twenty-four years with T. D. Williamson a valued attache since 1870 at the "brakes" The Bulletin remarks that this crew is a standard reliable crew of the reliable Santa Fe. Last night we were reading how Edwin Forrest whose name is associated with the fame of the stage of the new and old world endowed a home for players whose infirmities prevent them from gaining' livelihood and the thought came into the mind why do not some of our leading railway ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

and his qualifications are claimed first-class by all who know him. An enthusiastic admirer says "The county of Coleinan will have an efficient and honorable officer in the person of John D. Mann. LEEPER BROS. 4 CO. Lumber "and barb wire Santa Anna and Coleman wish to call special attention of the trade of Coleman and adjoining counties to this fact that their Santa Anna lumber yard has a stock of building material second in quantity and quality to no yard in west Texas". They handle cement and builder's hard ware and are agents for Glidden and Baker barbwire and can fill entire any house bill submitted and will take pleasure in giving prices and estimates to the trade of Brown Coleman and McCul- loch counties. J. M. Gardner is local manager at Santa Anna. The Bulletin called on these worthy people and found them well stocked in everything in the lines mentioned and most pleas- ant people to deal with in every respect. SANTA ANNA. At Santa Annait was pleasant to meet the genial face...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 October 1894

EECLA mm JEWELERS BRdWNWOOD TEXAS. Elgin and Waltham Watches In All Grades. Fine Tableware in the Best Qualities and Latest Patterns. Fine Friendship Engagement and Wedding Rings. TflE BEST GOODS HT PRICES TO SUIT TtfE TIDIES. Fine Repairing a Specialty and Guaranteed. l3-ti ' Call and Examine Their Goods. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J- w: ( Ottce over 1 McFARLAND DENTIST 1st Kat. Bank Browmroad The circus will be here next Thursday. M. E. Motley of Bowling Green Missouri is in town. Mr. J. L. Crosthwaite gave us a hurried call Monday. A. C. Eskel of Brady has been in the city on businees. Mrs. McCarn has been quite sick at the residence of Mrs. Tannehill. Mrs. T. R. Hill of Comanche attended the meeting of the synod here. Mrs. George G. Knight of "Waco ia bere visiting relatives and friends. Dr. J. C. Harpham spent last week in Comanche on professional business. S. A. Benham and wife of Brady haye been in the city on a business. and shopping visit. Irrigation has almost become a certaint...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

iMumiumi VOL. IX. BR0"W3TW00D TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER '25 1894 JSTO. 52. Wfyte Shirts. iff - -H il I :..-.:: ' i .1 v .-1:: W Jm)' f I tHllil !'. (8) (Sy (T (ST We are showing some very nice things in White Shirts for Fall and Winter Wear. The past season has been a good on for Negligee Shirts but they are now a backnumber A White Shirt is the only correct thins . for fall ': -I - wear. . :-: ' See them at our storq. & Gilliam Bfos. headers iK iiow prices: Goggii? r-. ? " T til '- It W& ll '.Ft? AT A Crolcl Standard Value -OR- HlU ev at a Ratio of 16 to 1. THEY MUST GO. Hard times high prices and big profits can't exist in this town because we have got the goods and make the prices that save the people money. HAVE TOTJ SEEN OUR NEW STOGK? It is a wonderfully complete assortment of high class goods OF Staple ai?d parley Dfy Goods ; Motions Clothing Boots ShoeSj and Hats; Below We Give You R pew Prices THE BULLETIN YISITS S'ORT WORTH. A Beautiful City. With a Bright Future. Pl...

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