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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

WHEN THE HEART IS IN ITS PRIME. The sun's on Lis throne and the wind on hla tour use VRTiiirrlxi? minstrel o'er meadow and miKjr; The day and the reason are both in their prime. And youth's at itsswectcst and tenderest time. The buds are in bloom and the birds sing their uesi; Th trees are in leaf and the orchard k dressed v ith clustering fruits for Uie year's In Its prime. And youth's r.t its ripest and tenderest time. Too soon shall the clouds corcr sunshiny sky. The voice of the minstrel bo hushed to . frh? Too scon shall the day and the season decline ahu clustering iruits snail be melted to wine. The petals shall fall and tho songsters depart. The foliage fade like tho youth of the heart. For swift runs the current of pitiless time Ana always ue swifter when life's in its prime. The birds and the blossoms and fruit shall ap- pear "WlU'emsamer'a return and .the turn of the year? The brecie shall be sweet and the sun bo as fair. Alas! but tho time of my youth is not there. Each ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

A CAFE CONSCIENCE CASE. Hew Some Fatreqs. ef BaJfet XBBcbreoR Defraud the Proprietor. "Here's -where you get your hti man nature boiled baked fried and fricasseed" said the cashier in one of the big buffet lunch places on Broadway the other day to a reporter "Who "was scrutinizing the bill of fare. "You -won't find it marked there he continued "but it's very largely in evidence in this place notwith standing and some of it has a very gamy flavor. The quantity of shifts that some reputable business men -with big bank accounts -will go to just for the sake of getting out of paying all they owe for lunch -would sometimes do credit to the most en terprising bunko steerer. "Now just see that pursy individ- ual -who looks as if his waistcoat were stuffed with bank notes. He's chief clerk in an inourance company around the corner and draws a salary as corpulent as his adipose person. He has been here for half an hour flitting like a somewhat magnified butterfly from one counter to the othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

AS THERE IS A CALM PRICES TALK. A AFTER A STORM- so 4 AFTER A LARGER SEASON'S BUSINESS i i r There are Odd Sizes and Remnants REMNANTS - In Dress Goods and Dry Goods 4 A ODD SIZES: i; T-1 Hare You Seen. THE HRtf COCI ROTRRY DISC PliOW? HuributH'dware Go. Agts ooooooO Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at tjie postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Etkry .Thursday by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r SAY! Did you forget to come in and settle1 for The Bulletin when you sold your cotton last week? May be you intend next week. needing it pectin it. to do so We are and ex- it is only a little amount but it will help us a great deal. Marriage Ceremony-Finland. Marriage fetej in Finland as in Norway are often prolonged for several days even among folk of humble rank. One peculiarity which may excite more surprise than approval among eligible suit- ers in our own country is that the Fiuninsh lover never himself "pops the question" to the girl of his choice. The momen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

was made without his personal so- licitation and is a . marked compli- ment to the intelligence and worth of the man. The Bulletin cor- respondent is happy in this allus-' eion and acknowledges with feel- ing of much pleasure a reception to the hospitalities of the charming home of Mr. and Mrs. Q. V. Crump. THE ENTEBPRIZE. The Bulletin Correspondent "tips his hat" in' acknowledgment of the courtesies of this bright Menard paper. Here's our hand Maddox! NOTE. Prof. Will Savage one of Brown- wood's sterling young men is the progressive teacher of Clear Creek school near the home of "Uncle Jack" Wilkinson. The Bulletin secretary is pleased to note his success. No young teacher stands higher in the estimation of pupils and patrons. FT. MCKAVITT. A visit to the entrancing beauties of Southwest Texas is not complete is not complete without a peep at the forms and faces beautiful wood- lands and chrystal streams of the picturesque McKavitt region. The drive from Menardvillo to the his- tor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

CAPTURING SONS-IN-LAW. w xTeaea ether Married Otf H Six Xtellghtfal Daughter!. A fond mother tells how sho mar. ried off her six daughters. "Ididifc" sho says "Tviththefry- ing pan a cozy firo and cushioned rocking chair. There now you have tne wnoie story ' ' confessed the ladv. "I would havo every ono of those girls on my hands this minute if I 4 hadn't found them husbands out of my cookery book. Despising an old maid as I do a smoky chimney when my eldest girl was full grown I turn- ed right and left for some means of marrying her. Mary was neither very handsome nor very lively so I Jmew better than to trust to luck. So I just set to work and determined upon a plan that has never miscar- ried with any one of them. "All my life I have made close ob- servations of men's ways and havo heard great storiet of the happy re- sults of feeding the sex. So I looked carefully over the field and picked out a pleasant thriving young fel- low whose habits were good and his heart whole. I began...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

LOVE THE RED WILLOW. IwHaaa ef Grammatical Contraction. A small boy in knickerbockers evi dently a stranger and apparently tke Westers Prairies Voice It Tothelndiansof thereatwesfc HJ! riug al?ng rOam 11 "o.! ..I ";" wuxy ruuu iu lue SUDUrDS. a gen- JT. . . niy tleman stooped him and said: fooadin that country proves so very ubtu toai; xa loss would bo greatly en Dy mem. it is a brush growth never roacning more than 15 or 20 feet in height and is found alone the river banks where it grows rapidly ana in great abundance. xne Indian most values the red "Willow because from its bark he nakes what is for him a very good substitute for tobacco. To do this he Strips one Of the loner. slfmdfirRhnnfs f its leaves and with his knife cuts oe bark until it hangs from the wood in little shreds. Then he thrusts the stick into .the fire but not so that it will burn only so that the bark jr will become thoroughly dried. When this is done he carefully rubs it be- tween his hands until it is crumble...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 November 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. i J. W. McFARLAND ) DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Bromnvoed H. H. Parks was in town one day last week and made The Bul- letin a short call. Mrs. R. B. Rogers and Miss Franke Coggin are at Waco attend- ing the Cotton Palace. TheBrownwood Rifles will have target practice to-day near round mountain at 3 p. m. Miss Edna McCord has added to our collection of beautiful chrysan- themum bouquets one of the pret- tiest we have yet seen. Thanksgiving services will be held at the First Presbyterian church at 11 o'clock this morning conducted by Rev. E. A. Baten pastor of the Baptist church. J. B. Withers and family have returned from Johnson county where the have been the past years. Mr. Withers says he would not ex- change this country for any coun- try. Ladies are invited to take lunch at the Hurlbut Hardware Co. a' and gee the Majestic Range. Special ladies' day Friday November 30th 1:00 to 5:30 p. m. Attachments. An attachment was run Tuesday night on the stock of g...

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

. tl - is ! ( r .I liiileffi i - VOL. X. BEST You may vinced that we are the We have special will share the great reduction with you. ' seetjs The Bulletin on the Wing. AN EDUCATIONAL TEMPLE O F THE LLANO MOUNTAINS. Cherokae High School. Special Correspondence. Cherokee Tex. Nov. 28 1894 Our last letter left "Dick" and The Bulletin tourist toiling midst the sand roughs and wandering over the rocks of the road leading from Mason on to Cherokee. We have passed another' point Valley Springs where Dr. Fowler once cured all the aches of rustic Moun- taineers. Mt Pontatoc the good people remember Dr. Anderson and a good citizen of beautiful Brownwood. Between Field creek and Valley Springs nature is- re- plete with many attractive features. The country is rich in minerals and presents rich material ;for the student of geology. If you ever travel this road pause at the hos- pitable home of Bouman and drink in the rich beauties of the mountain land. Nature scarce ever presents a more enrapt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 December 1894

.Lander Cleveland is here this week mixing with his old friends. Mr. and Mrs Howard Pickens ui uiowawooa are vintmg rela tivesinthe city.Ballinger Led- ger Mayor B. B. Paddock of Fort Worth spent Tuesday here on business connected with the re- ceivership of the City National bank. If . t r . . iuiss virgie raddpck of Fort Worth spent several days of last week in the city visiting Mrs. F. W. Henderson. Local Option Talk. sides he broueht his nartner to T . 1 . -r - ev. o u. Adams 01 urown- m 8Q from that time t had nlen wnnd. has hpnn in fh oi.xr all hnlx f . mi -r j iv 01 practice men i was criven iocai option. Mucn entnusiasm was aroused amone the Drohibi- trade and among tioniats and it is now certain that an election will be held in the near future to determine whether or not whiskey shall be sold in this city. Such an election will probably be held in March or April. '95. a . L. I- t i i r . win oe rememoerea mat an enort 8pire confidence in his customer is was made last year to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 December 1894

the BUILT BY UNSEEN HANDS. The Jewish thread f Soloraea and Heue of the erd. "So that there "was neither ham mer nor as nor any other tool of iron heard in the house -while it -was building" (I Kings vi 7). The above is a Scriptural quotation to bo found at the citation given and is concern ing the building of Solomon's tem pie. The reason therein assigned for the perfect quietude -which existed in and about the great building while it -was in course of erection is that the stones and timbers were all made ready before being brought to the site of the great building. Heber beautifully alludes to this in the lit- tie couplet in which ho says: No hammer fell; no ponderous axes rung. Like somo tall palm tho mystic fabric sprung The Jews have a legend to tho ef fect that Solomon did not employ men in building tho great "house of tho Lord " but that ho was aided in the gigantic undertaking by the genii Having a premonition that he would not livo to see the building finished Solomon praye...

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

AS THERE IS A CALM PRICES TALK. 4 I 71 AFTER A STORM SO AFTER A LARGER SEASON'S BUSINESS There are Odd Sizes and Remnants. REMNANTS EE ri'- If.- ! IV: 1 i In Dress Goods and Dry Goods f 1; ODD SIZES' "3 f 1 41: r . Hare You Seen. THE HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PIiOW? HurlbuiH'dware Go. Agts OOOOOOOOOOC J Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown wood Tex. as second-class mail matter Published Etkkv Thurbdat by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r Texas. Our Home. "He who eaves his country saves all things and all things saved will bless him but he who lets his country die lets all things die and all things dying cerse him." These words are graven on the tombstone of Ben. H. Hill of Georgia. Simple in meaning true in import let us make them our preface to-night. Many and pathetic have been the addresses made on this subject but let us approach it to-night anew anew with consecrated love. Let us view it as our home our home by birth and inheritanceand that inheritance secured to us...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 December 1894

r OUR CHRISTMAS GREETING. () 4 ... Ir We Your Trade We Jlust fiave It ; 1 IF OUR BICw STOCK AflfD LOW PRICES COUtfT. rii 4t: r 1 . i t for the liadies. 5 Hand Mirrors. Nice Gift Books. Musical Albums. Bisque Statuary. Celluloid Albums. Silver Picture Frames. . Silver Table Novelties. Elegant Box Stationery. Bibles and Prayer-Book. Elegant Imported Vases. Imported Japanese China. Silk Plush Dressing Cases. Hand-Painted China Ware. Bon Bon Trays and Bottles. i f-" - 1 it ti -fir 4 M r u-n WE HAVE SUITABLE Presents For Everybody. - If you will 4 Examine Our Stock You will certainly WgflT YOU WKftT ; At Prices to Suit. t V:- Novelties. Inkstands. Gold Pens. Shaving Sets. Pocket Books. Cigar Holders. Pocket Knives. Paper Weights. Smoking Sets. Christmas Cards. Travelling Cases. Illustrated Poems. Suitable Gift Books. Cuff and Collar Boxes. Our Entire Stock Will Be Ready For Inspection 1 ' ' DECEMBER 10 BUY EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH. We specialty invite you to call early and inspect our li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 December 1894

A WEDDING TRIP INCIDENT. The Greem Thought ef Bis Bride Jast III Time to Save Her. The -wife of a well known New Yorker told about an incident of her wedding trip tho other evening as il- lustrating the f orgetf ulness of a man who has only recently abandoned selfish bachelorship. They had only just begun their bridal journey. On that afternoon the train left tho track and .frean to bump along the ties. It happened at that moment that tho newly made husband was walking down the aisle of tho car away from the seat where his bride sat. Ho know that part of the railroad very well and ho was terrified at having the train leave tho track there for they wero upon a bend on a steep and lofty embankment With a thought of nothing but the peril which threatened tho train he dashed madly for the door. He was on tho platform already careening and wavering and in another instant ho would have leaped when uncon- sciously looking back at tho danger ho was leaving ho saw his wife. In- stantly ho tu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 December 1894

"The most annoying tiling in Rus- sia" says a traveler "is the press censorship. You pick np a magazine or a newspaper in the reading room and in the middle of an interesting article you -will find a few lines a column or a whole page blacked out with a marking brush. By no chance can you read anything which the press censor thinks unfavorable to Russian policies. " THE DAISY. This la little Daisy A dainty country maid With clean -white ruff and saucy face Whoso beauty will not. fade. She lived down in tho meadow When I beheld her first Just where we sought the brooklet To rest and quench our thirst. She nodded to us shyly As at our easo wo lay. And wo thought her name most fitting jlhq joveiy "eyo or day." Her sister told our fortunes That beauteous summer day Until wo learned the rhythm Of "Three I lore I say!" And as the shadows lengthened Wo saw fair Marguerite Whose golden hair and hazel eye Complete s picture sweet. Ah Marguerite dear Marguerite You'vo stolen my heart awayl Yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 December 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J. W. McFARLAND ) j DENTIST r ( Q31ce ovor 1st Nat. Bant Brownwood. J Prof. P. C. Ragsdale has a new girl at his house. and is as proud of fflfepapas ever are. Rev. Green Johnstyn a well known colored Baptist preacher came in Monday and subscribed for The Bulletin. The students of Daniel Baker college are engaged in the com- mendable undertaking of organiz- ing a lecture course. Mr. H. K. Rea who is now in the stock business in Comanche county was in town Saturday shak- ing hands with old friends. Mr. M. L. Sanders last week photographed the Coggin addition public school and caught all the students of that institution. Mrs. Win. E. Muse and little niece Miss Mattie Lee Martin have returned from a week's visit to Cameron Waco and oilie. points. Jack Smith ex-county clerk U not going to remain idle. He con- templates with his brothers put ting in an irrigation plant of his own on the bayou and engaging in farming on an extensive scale. A large nnmber of ladies at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

rou nn iHitl 7 VOL. X. 1 BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 13 1894. IO.i 7. 4 r 1- 1- .i it .! -.1; i 1 i . 1 Ton Will Want A WINTER OVERCOAT.! fi it it We Have Them at All Prices From $5.00 to $25.00. r '1 - xvci uiiii in me idicat otyica ctnu me ucbt pussiDie Dargains ion trie money. A look at our stock and prices will convince you. COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. The Clothiers. n 11 1.5 1? i : ' 'I The Grand Is In Session But The Grandest Thing In Brownwood Is Armstrong Brothers' Jewelry Store We have the newest goods and the newest styles in everything in the Jewelry line. We have watches in any grade or style. We 4ave Dianorpds of tf?e pirst Grade i We have sterling silver novelties in Belt and Hop Sfciekles. . r : v hild :et pe Battery Cuff Buttons Collar Buttons ; i . ' . AND HO NDKEDS Op OTHER THINGS m ij mv jL tKi numerous 10 mention We flave Christmas Presents POJ? OLD flD YOUflG f?ICH AD POOR. Remember the old proverb: "One Dollar Saved is Two Dollars Pade." So do not buy any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

Tell the Truth. Robert J. Burdettq is a writer that every American boy and girl should know something about be- cause he has done so much to teach the great American public that there can be fun of the most hilar- ious kind without a hint of suspi- cion of coarseness. Mr. Burdette haaqjjggtle message for boys and it answers equally as well for girls. He says: "My boy the. first thing you AvamTto learn if you haven't learn- ed how to do it already is to tell the truth; the pure sweet refresh- ing wholesome truth; the plain unvarnished ; simple everyday manly truth with a little 't.' "For one thing it will save you so much trouble. Qn heaps of trouble. And no end of hard work. And a terrible strain upon your memory. Sometimes and when I say sometimes I mean a great many times it is hard f o tell the truth the first time. But when you have told it there ia an end ofit You have won the victory: the fight is over. Next time you tell that truth vou can tell it without thinking. Your memor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

COMPLAINT OF THE "HEROINE: Q .FICTION. . I once had lovely golden hair . Or raven hair no matter which I -was as good and Bwcrt and fair As any angel in a nicha. Or. if I did a littlo wrong It was to provo me human still. My foelinga woro extremely strong But I liaa disciplined my vriu. A change has come and what a Changs! with awful problems I am vexed; From crime to crimo I reckless rang. I know not what will hy-im next. From frantic woe to fraritiotili-j . - From frantic wrath to trshia glee -1 I never wished to bo like this! I can't mako out what's como to mel Gone nro my gayety and cheer: Pono is my hero. bold and true. In my hysterical career IH-ery often long fr ybu! 4 Now mo all other woes above Ti . SIyliittox destinyitompels U ' A - To wed n man I do not love Then fall in love with some one else. Yet me how would you recognize. O hero if you met me now? What scorn Would lighten f rem your eyes And corrugate your manly browl Tho modern hero I lava found ' ' - Upon thowhole ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

f AS THERE IS A CALM PRICES TALK. A AFTER A STORM SO AFTER A LARGER SEASON'S BUSINESS There are Odd Sizes and Remnants. In Dress Goods and Dry Goods A i Hare You Seen. THE HRtfCOCK ROTARY DISC PbOW? HurlbutH'dware Go. Agts Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Etkby Thursdat by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r The Brownwood Bulletin pub- lishes a prize essay on Texas this week written by John D. Robin- son which is stolen solidly from Henry W. Grady's Dallas speech; The committee who awarded the prize to the young man should i v.aan hrml for the simples nave - ( andthevoung man read a short lecture on the crime of theft. Comanche Chief. The Chief should not be so rash in its accusations especially when they are so clearly unjust. There is no resemblance whatever be- tween Mr. Robinson's address and Henry Grady's Dallas oration ex- cept that both began by quoting the inscription on Ben Hill's tomb- stone and both gav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

- . OUR CHRISTMAS GREETING. We Want Your Trade. We Must have It i IF OIJR BIO STOCK AWD LOW PRICES COUNT. i . i For the Liadies;; '-'ii.. 9 t 1 J T Hand Mirrors. Nice Gift Books. Musical Albums. Bisque Statuary. Celluloid Albums Silver Picture Frames. Silver Table Novelties. Elegant Box Stationery. Bibles and Prayer-Book. . Elegant Imported Vases. Imported Japanese China. Silk Plush Dressing Cases. Hand-Painted China Ware. Bon Bon Trays and Bottles. I j. 1 WE HAVE SUITABLE Presents For Everybody. - -If you will Examine Our Stock You will certainly . 1 J j -; . . .; At Prices to Suit. 1 - r. !. i . - ; i 1 4 :t-: 'I r -b f. 7-y 1 i . . . Novelties. . Inkstands. . i Gold Pens. . Shaving Sets. Pocket Books. Cigar Holders: Pocket Knives. Paper Weights. Smoking Sets. Christmas Cards. Travelling Cases. Illustrated Poems. vSuitable Gift Books. Cuff and Collar Boxes. Our Entire Stock is Ready For Inspection BUY EARLY AND AVOID THE RUSH. t' 4 H .v We specially invite you to call early and in...

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