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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

of ambitious Fort Worth. Their enterprise leads the city to a sue cessful future. GARLINGTON & MONTGOMERY. The Bulletin was welcomed with hose etc. The firm manufactures all the sparkle of genuine "old the' celebrated Lousiana Cypress fashioned hospitality" to the ele-. Tanks. The windmill trade is a gant home of Captain and Mrs. marked specialty of the houBe lerrell. I he welcome lingers in The Bulletin is pleased in a gen memory. . ; . eral allusion to the trade interests business. of Fort Worth to make a particu The Bulletin tenders thanks to lar allsion to this association the energetic and agreeable men of which is 80 JU8tly distinguished for Fort Worth for courtesies. It 118 reiiaDie transaction oi Dimness would Ije a remissness of duty not The name oT T M Brown & Co to remember the kind ana valua- is recorded standard for relia ble introductions of W. T. Rovster. bllit " and honorable dealing. ofthe "Texas Lithographing Com- ThruSh a cour8e of honorable pany." Mr. Roy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

A Wedding. Yesterday morning at 7:45 at the home of the bride's mother. Mr. J. T. Murphy of Kansas City was united in marriage to Miss Haitie Bright Rev. E. E. Smith officiating. The affair was a quiet one only the relatives of.the family being pres ent. The couple left on the Rio Grande for their future home in Kansas City. The bride is one o Brownwood's most popular young adies and she will be greatly miss ed from the society circles of our city. The groom is connected with a well known whole sale shoe house in Kansas City and first met his bride while she was visiting rela tives in that city. While lve regret losing one of Brownwood's fair daughters yet we congratulate Mr. Murphy on the prize he has won The Bulletin's best wishes attend them in all their journeyings through life. Egypt as a cotton producing country promises under a system of irrigation which will largely in crease the cultivable area of the country to become a formidable rival of the United States in thecot- ton ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

ntwamirrnns f Received Our JJTew Stock MEN'S CLOTHING And Can Give You -A Nice Stock to Select From And at Prices to Suit The Times. i -3 Peadqaattets TTTT71 A T--m C-0000000000000000000000000 Have You Seen THE Hancock; otrHv disc plow? HurlbuiH'dware Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thurdayby WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r . SAY! Did you forgfet to come in and settle for The Bulletin when you sold your cotton last week? May be you intend next week needing it pecting it. to do We so are and ex- It is only a little amount but it will help us a great deal. The man who can't iind some excuse for attending a circus is very poor at invention. The time of the candidate is drawing to a close and then there will be a surcease of handshaking and babykissing for a few months. When the irrigation contracts are signed Brownwood will take on a Iresh growth and the country will fairly hum with prosperity. The same ol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

V '4 J 4 Culberson speaks here Saturday Commissioners' court meets nex month. Georga Waltar went to the Dal las Fair last Friday. Dr. J. C. Harpham and' wife -will attend the Dallas Fair this week. Mr. J. S. Barnes of Milburn gave us a pop call Tuesday morn ing. : Dr. J. W. McFarland has bough an irrigable farm and will soon be a rich landlord. Mr. M. L. Sanders went to Gold thwaite Monday to look after his gallery at that place. a nice rain Saturday night was merely a reminder that we live in a land where it does rain occasion ally. Mr. J. B. Williams of Bren ham has been in the city for some time visiting his uncle S. P. Will- iams. Saturday was a very busy day with all our advertisers and peo ple were seen on every hand with big bundles of goods. The Pacific Express route agent had a crippled ankle Saturday and Vivian Crump made the run over to Fort Worth with him. Mr. W. R. Stokes who has been with the steam laundry the past two months left Tuesday morning for his home in Brownw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

POKER RULES DIDN'T WORK. A Game la Which Three of a Kind Took Oaly One Fair. 0n upper Broadway there is a shoe store in the window of which are some sample shoes. On top of one pair is a large card on which three new $1 bills are displayed. Below the bill is printed "Three of a kind take a pair." One day a tough looking western- er after gazing for a long time on the bills the card and the shoes stepped into the store and was met by the smiling clerk. "Say mister is this a straight game yer givm usr "You refer to" "I'm referrin to them shoes in the winder. You sell em 'cordin to the rules of poker do you!" un yes yes sir. tuite so sir ha hal Bather clever thing isn't it! Ha ha!" ' 'D clever. Show me a pair of number nines that style." The gentleman produced several pairs of nines and the western man tried them on. He selected two pairs and said he would take both. "Now see here" he said "I want no shenanigan. You're sellin 'cordin to Hoyle eh!" "Yes .sir we guarantee that Couldn't t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

Seaae ef th IaterMtlag- Caatms ef a Dcaa Empire Described. Among other features of ancient Babylonian civilization some inter- esting particulars vrere riven as to the position of women. Though polygamy was allowed and practiced. there is no trace of the harem sys tem a fact in which Babylon con- trasts very favorably with Assyria where the harem system was prac- ticed. In Babylon women could pos sess property and m certain contin gencies could inherit property. When a man died without leaving a son his estate was inherited by his "broth- er or failing a brother the next in succession was a brother's son when failing a brother or nephew the es- tate passed to his daughter. There is an interesting instance in which a woman conducted a case in a court of law which was something like our modern court of queen's bench. The woman represented the claims of her adopted son against the counterclaim of her husband's brother. She pleaded the case in person and the judge decided in her favor. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 October 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( j. w: ( Office over 1 McFARLANtf DENTIST. 1st Nat. Bank Brownwnnfl Col. S.W. Davitte.of Comanche is in the city visiting his son John Davitte. We learn that ;Mr. . Wilcox will at once rebuild the two stone store buildings next to Low & Low. Mayor Paddock of Fort Worth spent Friday and Saturday here looking after the affairs of the re- ceivership of the City National Bank. Last Monday night N. R. Lind- say Democrat and H. F. Jones Populist of Brown county had a jointjdebate at Whitville Coman- che Alert. Messrs. B. A. Cady R. A. Hall Lee "Watson of Brownwood and others are out on Kickapoo fishing this : week. Runnels County Ledger. Dr. Alexander spent last Sun- day in Brownwood the occasion being some good preaching by prominent Presbyterian divines. Coleman Voice. SJudge T. M. Crosson was made moderator at the late Synod held at Brownwood. He returned to Ballinger this week looking hale and hearty. Runnels - County Ledger. Ae learned yesterday from Dick Whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

Si fit 4 muim i 4 9 VOL.X. HAVE YOU 4 4 They are iriade I will fit you unless; you itLakfvveek wkispdkeTof White Shirts. sell them cheap. -i IIP mi-: -A.X.ILj G-OOJDS ; at A Gold Standard Value - OR - Silyer at a Ratio of 1 6 to I . 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. HA YE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOOK? It is a wonderfully complete assortment of high class goods OF Staple ai?d pai?cy.Dry Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes and ul: Below Give;Vou R pew Cotton Checks.... Best Sheeting. . . . .: Wool Flannel... '.'.: Good Calico ....3 1 Good Gingham ... 4 Good Socks -i. i'. Good Stockings. .. k ..... . AlHVool Jeans Cotton Jeans -.....10 to 15 Ladies Shoes (good).. Ladies Shawls. Gents Pants Children's Shoes.. 4 This Event Is Foreshadowed for days in advance by wagon loads of cases and boxes by the in- creasing piles on tables counters and shelves and by the anxious and IfJC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

STATE- IRRIGATION New Irrigation Enterprises In Texas. Dallas Texas. Editor Texas Farm and Ranch: I he city of Brownwood will let the contract to dam Pecan bayou it tnroo miloo tl U- . ouuituu. uiu unj xux ine purpose of increasing the town's supply of water. There is also a movement on foot to dam the bayou for the purpose of irri gating 50000 acres of land in . the valley extendin of Brownwood. valley extending north and south -..v mh ruriii rr rT t n a l" r ""? mr 8 Y! inee a5e "u "u """S8 lo. ue kmoum. j u"u V iUDU amount oi lana 10 oe Z iJ and the other is that a stone foun dation for the dam can be found at a reasonable depth. Chas. Roqan unwU. nuj.vo. u 7 W J - T ir"g7uu facilities in Texas that have been organized withm the last ninety days are highly encouraging. i in it cumtj ji Liiviu j Biii" - -u uptuc. mWj.uUOuu. ...UUv.1 v. -t'--. and when once m practical service nxxx ucu.uuu tua Pu ci: ui ii- cation so Dalnablv that no farmer - uxb x t -u-- has had large experience i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

Literary Notes. The children who look forward to Mrs. Molesworuh's annual story as one of the unfailing pleasures o the Christmas-tide will be more than satisfied this year by My New Houle. A chroncile of childish doings it is filled with all the a- bundance of detail that children delight in and is a tale to make glad the heart of every little one. In German Society at the Close of the Middle Ages Mr. E. Belfort Bax the author of many works dealing with questions of history and philosophy gives a general view of the social condition and popular movements of Germany during the period of the Reforma tion. The volume is limited roughly speaking to the period bounded by the closing years of the fifteenth century on the one side. and by 1525 the year of the great peasants rising on the other. It contains a narrative of the earlier popular revolutionary movements at the closeofthe Middle Ages and deals also with the underlying cau sea economic social and juridical of the general disinteg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

; . . - . . ; ; s i t i i j - Received Our Stock MEN'S CLOTHING And Can Give You A jJNice Stock to Select Prom And at Prices to Suil; The Times. 7 ff c I - -j: m : ARE j c' ' fieadquartefs ! YHV 4 v Brownwood Bulle.tin. Entered Ht the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. j Published Eveby Thubbday by jWILL. H. MAYES - Editor and Frop'r ! SAY! 4 Did you forget to fcome in and settle for IThe Bulletin when you sold your cotton last week? May be you intend to do so jnext week jheeding it pecting it. are and ex- It is only a little amount! but it will helo us a great deal. ; i Next Tuesday will be election dav. and then we. will. have a rest j for a short time. Mr. Downs of the Santa Fe esti mates the cotton croD 3 Texas at not less than 3000000 bales. Only a few days more until the agony will be over and the politi- cians will be out of a job for a short time. . Senator Peffer delivered an ad rlrpps nt the Texas btate fair on Populist day that was warmly re ceive...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

i Mr. W. H. Talbot is in the city after an absence of' several weeks in McClellan county qn business. John Brown attended the fair at at Dallas last week. He says it "Vjras the immensest thing he ever saw. tm E. W. Yeager who has been with C. H. Woodward for several years has accepted a position with H. H. Sigmani& Co. The editor acknowledges a re- ceipt of a neatly worded and print- ed invitation to attend the opening of the Karnes City court house. This structure is being finished un- der superintendence of J. A. Aus- tin and the citizens are justly proud of it. Mr. C. C. Crews the clever ed- itor of the Dublin Telephone ac- companied by his wife and sister and his young son passed through the city Sunday en route to Gal- veston where they will spend a few days enjoying the gulf breezes. Mr. J.- B. McCarn of Nashville Tenn. has been in the city the past w.eek at -the bedside of his mother who has sufficiently re covered from her recent severe ill- ness to be able to go out to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

CAMPAIGN INCIDENTS. of Brown wood Tex. has 400 acres ine iresniv-cainerea mua are nuinaMK n nr Haurnans. i v u placed in revolving churns by which they are cleaned and bright- Ownership of Railroads. ropulist speakers are tne au thors of some amusing sayings as well as democrats and republicans. Not lone aeo a strong believer m the doctrines of populism was ad dressing a fair-sized and-very noisy audience. "Fellow citizens." he began "I am here to-day to address vou on issues of vital im- portance and what you lack in numbers I hope will be made up in the rest in nrhat I may say cheers. I know that the followers of the populist banner will give me their attention but as for dem ocrats and republicans I have some ened. A factory in New York city gives employment to fifty men and women engaged in the business of polishing or 'burnishing" pecans tor market. Eventually cleaning establishments will be setup in the neighborhood of orchards. The industry of preparing the meats of pecans fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

An Agricultural Crisis. With cotton at five and one-half cents and sugar at three and. one-half cents a pound says The New Orleans Times-Demoorat the South has reached an agricultura crisis which demands the attention of our statesmen and economists rv i . curing tne past ten years our farmers have practiced the utmos economy. They have diversified their crops decreased their cotton acreage and brought the cost o production down to the lowest fig ure. let tne continued lau in prices of our staple agricultura products has placed our planters under such iron-clad conditions that they find it impossible to make and save any money even with the hardest work and the most rigid economy. we ao not believe tnat tne rem- edy for existing evils will be found in the further diversification of our crops nor in the policy of living on half rations. We must return to the old financial system under which we enjoyed general prosper ity and a more equal distribution of wealth. Before the demonetiza ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 November 1894

..-v: - J.. 1' 4 6? " ' 1 S i ft i n BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( j.w: ( Office over 1 McFARLAND ! YOOd. J DENTIST 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood Large crowds were here Saturday doing their shopping for fall. Mr E. L. Willett was at the Dallas fair one day last week. Rev. J . G. Putman spent a few days last week in East Texas. Prof. Carl Vincent of the Fort "Worth Gazette was here Monday. The circus drew large crowds and seemed to satisfy the people. Editor Wynn of Living Issues was among the visitors at the fair last week. Rev. C. E. Statham of Santa Anna was a visitor in our city Thursday. Miss Clara Beaumont is visiting in Coleman the guest of her uncle Dr. Beaumont. Mr. and Mrs. Will Vaughn are visiting friends and relatives in Brownwood. Mr. G. R. Yantis is at Corpus Christi on a visit to the delightful winter climate of the coast country. The foreman of . The BuIletin Mr. Ira Hall spent a few days in Dallas this week attending the fair. H. C. Mauldin of Mullin a thrifty citizen of Mills cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 November 1894

'iBfttfinfftt en nritu ii a tl VVB W Baa ' " "" " " ' ' .1 I " .. ' ' - '' ' 1 - . II I... I I I I VOL. X. : BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1894 ! . NO. 2. -4rCoffffin & Gilliam Bros.--rn: t . 1 i X N WE HAVE BARGAINS FOR "YOU r 4 CLOTH NC For a short time. r.i. t A Successful Season -i 1 ; has. left ?many broken lots- of men's clothing in our. house and to keep our stock always fresh and desirable ;we Wlll'ocil LllCbC mica at iciiiai-ivauiy iuw uguiw. xtliji meat guuui mc uii& lctii 5 guuub clliu cue Ucbirauie. .gOOUS. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Our Guarantee- " - Means that you will be pleased with the wearfietci : 'C0GIJ4 & GIliLilflP BROS. Tfje Square Dealers. AT I THE ELECTION RETURNS. t A Gold Standard Value Large Republican Gains Every- where. :' -OR- THEY MUST GO. NEW-YORK REPUBLICAN!. There is no question but 1 that 4- r. 4-2 Mt.: -d- 0 Tuesday's election surprised: re- IpII V t5I l JidllU tf JL M?W Itf JL !publicaiis as much" as they were - - -- ' surpri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 November 1894

A Bayou Tragedy. As'we sat on the depot platform in the evening smoking and talk- ing and slapping at the mosquitoes which eame out of the swamp op- posite in a perfect clotfS the old man with the clay pirfe aud rabbit- skin cap took advantage of a pause in the conversation to say: "Talkin' 'bout skeeters but you orter live down on a Mississippi River bayou to know what 'skeeters 18. "You've lived there?" quered one of the crowd. "I've lived thar' and it was down thar' that my humble home was broke up and I was left deso- late by the 'skeeters. It's a matter I don't talk about fur it makes me powerful lonesome and down heart- ed." "What did the mosquitoes do?" "Carried off my old woman." "You don't say!" "That's what they did gentle- men and I don't never expect to be happy agaiu. That was in the summer of 1869 when we had a big overflow and 'akeeUrs was m power- ful bad. We just had to stay right in the cabin and fight for our lives. We finally got out o' whiskey and cornmeal and I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 November 1894

a A Good Mountain Religion. in one of the valleys of the Smoky Mountains I came across a squatter who sat smoking his pipe on a stump at the door. The log cabin was a wretched affair and tiie only crop in sight on the land around was half an acre of corn which had grown knee high and then turned a sickly yellow. The man was ragged and had a starved look and his wife on the doorstep behind him seemed still worse off. After the usual salutations and little general talk I said: "iou aon'f seem to be getting; along here very well." "Only jest tolerablyjest toler- ably" he replied. "Your cabin needs fixing up." "Yes sab powerful bad." "The weeds have killed out your corn." "I Mow they have sah killed that corn right out" . fYou don't appear to. be much of a farmer." "No sah; not much of one." Ana your health is not very lood." IIXT ... -very pore health sah very -pore." "Daniel j tell he the reason why wilook so sbackelty" called the wtthian from the doorstep.. "io- aun taiK tor my shake...

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

.V Received Our New Stock W if MEN'S CLOTHING AudOan Give jTou A Nice Stock to Select . From And at- Prices to. Suii The Times. WE A RE - ' aartets U V- Headq Have You Seen. THE HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PLtOW? HurlbutH'dware Go. Agts Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the poatoffice at Brown- wood. Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Evkby Thursday by -WILL H. MATES - 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 to do We and so are ex- pectmg it. It is only a little amount but it ll heln us a great deal. In. a few years with irrigation (his country will become the gar- den spot and the most delightful spot of Texas in which to live. A prominent real estate owner says he has already had a number of inquiries for property since ir- rigation is regarded asr a certainty and he looks for a steady improve- ment. The irrigation matter will now 0 through without a hitch. A to the Uot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 November 1894

'i Spectacles arpd Eye Glasses In .Steel "and Gold Frarnes. Every pair sold are fitted perfectly to the eye. Fine Repairing a Spectlalty. DECLARE & SONf BROWNWOOD. We learn that Mr. W. T. Snead is quite sick at his home on Clear creek. The law against betting on elec- tions should be rigidly enforced in the interest of good government or else should be wiped from our statutes. The candidates for county offi- cers all learned their fate pretty definitely by noon yesterday and accepted the results quite grace- fully Mr. P. G. Ratliff who has been living at Indian creek for many years past has moved to town and is clerk for J. H. Tinsley. He moved to town to get advantage of our excellent school facilities. Hon. J. M. Pressler ran rjght a- long with-the state ticket his plu- rality in the county being just a- bout equal to Qnljjerson's: It. is safe to say that his return to the senate is assured. If New York has gone rep'ubli. can as it now appears it can all He -charged to Clevela...

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