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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

LUSTY OLD LIES. Ssao TJiat Are WcT Known and Yet Smh to So Irnperlsliable. . There is fliat -well fixed old legend about the injurious property of night air. - What a lot of xieoplo are dying of consumption because they will not lot air into the house after dark ! It is night air you iknow and that is well it is night air and somebody told your grandfather's second cousin's -wife's 6ister-in-law that night air was unwholesome. So they shut all the windows and breathe all the breaths of an entire family and the . exhalations of closets and tho gas of furnaces and stoves all night and got lip with a headache buir with congratulations that none of that dreadful air from the hills and the woods and the fields has got into tho house. .Ask them how tho cattle that aro out all night breathing night air keep so healthy. Ask them what makes sol- diers and sailors and prospectors and bunters so big chested and heacty living as they do in tha air all night as well as in tho day- time. But you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

Quite Complimentary. Prof. Carl Vincent that wide awake correspondent and agent of both the Fort Worth Gazette and The Brownwood Bulletin was in the city Tuesday and gave us a most pleasant call. The professor informs us that he is meeting with gratifying success working for these two excellent publications; but we are not surprised to hear this as he is representing the leading papers published in the Lone Star State. He is justly proud of the periodi- cals he has the honor to represent and that he will build them up no one doubts who is acquainted with "the professor. Brady Sentinel. It was a Stephenville editor's Thanksgiving celebration: "My dear is the dinner ready?" "Just on the table." "All right. Let Billy go out- side and gobble like a two-dollar urkey while I carve this beef!" Comanche Chief. This little piece of original wit reads very much like something seen about Thanksgiving day in the Atlanta Constitution but Frank Stanton in his 'Just From Geor- gia" column did not ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 December 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( j.w: ( Office over J McFARLAND I TOfltl. J DENTIST list Nat. Bank Browmvo Only twelve more days until Christmas. Judge J. 0. Woodward spent Sunday with his' family at Cole- man v Mr. Sam Brin is fit homn frnm a trip to Dallas where he went to have his eyes treated. Mr. A. D. Tyler was in town a few days since soliciting funds with which to build a church at Slopant. Mr. I. Blackmon formerly of Zephyr has located at Mill Creek I. T. and orders The Bulletin to follow him there." Mr. W. A. Ham of Blankety has located at Comanche having accepted a position with a lumber yard at that place. Mrs. John B. Barr of Schenec tady N. Y. is in the city visiting her mother Mrs. Abernethy and will spend the winter here. Dr. J. W. Turney has decided to locate in our town and is mov- ing here with his family. The Bulletin welcomes these' good people to our town. Tom the little baby boy of Judge and Mrs. E. C. Harrell died on the 5th and was intered at Greenleaf cemetery on the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

llummimitl iittlldni ; VOL.X. t BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER '20 1894. . NO. 8. ' ' I ' ' i I .1 ll 4 J if Christmas gift. Santa Claus is coming. The schools will all have a holi- day next week. Settle up with the newspapers hefore the new year. Capt. Hall the invincible civil engineer is back in the city. Rev. J. G. Adams is at home to spend the holidays with his fam- ily. Among your new year's resolu- tions keep your subscription ac- count in mind. k Prof. Fluke's merchants carnival Saturday night will doubtless be well patronized. Mr. N. H. Hurst of Zephyr called this week and advanced his subscription to 1896. Mr. R. V. Wood of Coleman has been hero as an attached wit ness in district court. Mrs. H. H. Moore went over to Comanche last week to visit her sister Mrs. Ed. Perry. Prof. P. ft Ragsdale's family has been quite sick but all are now on the road to recovery. Mr. W. R. Bratton was among our callers Saturday and generous- ly fixed his subscription ahead. Mr. G. W. Larra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

LAUGHING LOVE. Deep la the moving depths Of yellow wino I gworo I'd drown your face Ok love of mine I All cl&d In yellow hue 80 fair to see. You crouched within my cap And laughed at me. Twice o'er a learned page I turned and toeeed; . For I could aot forget ' Tho love I lost. All stern and robed in gloom Yom read it too. 1 could not ace the words- Saw only you. VTithla the hungry chase I thought to kin -You -love who haunted thus Without my will. But in the gentle gaze Of fawn and deer Your eyes disarmed my hand And shook my spear. Beneath a maid's dark lash I eworo you'd drown Sink in tho laughing blue Givo in go down. But no while- bathing there Bight joyously. Out from Her liquid eyes You laughed at inc. ' . Dora Blgerson. 1 . Ozigia ef the Name Yankee. For -tho last 100 years tho philolo- gists have been pondering and theo rizing as to tho probable origin of the word Yankee' and yet tho rays tery has not yet been solved. Thier- ry thought it to bo a corruption of "Jankin" a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

HIS HAT NOT IN THE WAY. Trie- mo from returning half tlio feo ho gavo mo. But I know ho would havo been hurt by tho mero suggestion. It would havo been liko referring to tho hunchback's hump. Poor fellow ho can't help it. It is sad enough that nature should havo been so cruel to him. Really monsieur I could almost weep with pity when- ever I see a bald head. It makC3 mo fcolbadjicro." And tho learned barber placed his hand on his heart and sighed deeply. Tho Appalachicola river in Florida -was so called because an Indian town of similar name once stood on it bank. . . Tke Barber Had No Dlttcalty la mlHjr tko Hair Under It. It was on a muggy afternoon when everybody felt himself op- pressed and tho bljDd moved slug- gishly that a largo heavy man past iiuuio aga enteral tho atelier of tho t - learned barber and threw himself heavily into his chair. To tho bar- j uer s ponto and cheery salutation ho nodded a sleepy acknowledgment uut said nothing. It was evident that ho was tired and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

AS THERE IS A CALM PRICES TALK. AFTER A STORM- 80 f r oooooooooooooooocooooooooc HaYe-Yu Seen THE fiflflcocK; sotrhv DISC PliOW? Hurlbutti'daare Co. Agts Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the poatoffice at Brown wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Eveky Thubbday 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 to do so next week. We are needing it; and ex- pecting it. It is only a'little amount but it will help us a great deal. Kolb's gubernatorial manifesto in Alabama is a thing of the past. The legislature of the state will goon be in session and then wen we shall Bee what we small see. ' Sam Jones is now associate edi- tor of the Tennessee Methodist and edits as vigorously as he preaches. What are you going to do to im- prove the condition of your fellow- men in'1895? It is time to begin o formulate plans for another ;year. We are going to make The Bul- letin even m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

Only Four More Days Until Christmas Have $1000 Worth of Christmas TIIKY MUST SEIX- No Second Hand Goods No . . H "11 Prices Can't Be Beaten BIG ASSORTMENT. Our Announcements. The Bulletin presents a list of announcements this week for city offices. The election will be held in three months and. it behooves the people to begin to cast about for the best men possible for the positions. City office holding is not generally very remunerative but the offices have to be filled and the best men should be selec ted. We announce this week ' FOR MAYOR. ' Maj. John Y. Rankin allows his J name to be used for mayor. The i history of Brownwoed is so closely-! interwoven with the life of Major j Rankin that it is difficult to think; r '.t . t - V L - C L 1 oi one wunout a mougnt m uie other. A noble-hearted more self- sacrificing man never lived. He has been here from the beginning of the town's existence almost and is identified with its every interest. Everyman who knows him admits' that he poss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

THE PEOPLE OF CORSICA. Sew tke Yeadetta ef Bleed RoveBge Camem te Sarrlve. A lofty mountain ridgo divides tho island into eastern and western dlv faricts. Tho former is trontler in its slopes and more fertile. Looking as it does toward Italy it was during the middle nges closely bound in in- tercourse with that peninsula. Eicher in its resources than tho oth- er part it was more open to outsido influences and for this reason freer in its institutions. Tho rugged west- ern division had come more com- pletely under the yoke of feudalism having close affinity in sympathy and some relation in blood with the Greek Roman Saracenic and Teu- tonic) race elements in France and Spain. The communal administra- tion of the eastern slope however prevailed eventually in the western as well and the differences of origin wealth and occupation though at times occasioning intestine discord were nothing compared with tho common characteristics which knit the people of the entire island into one nation...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

DIEGO ALVARES CORREA. Tfce Remarkable Career of the Legendary (Hera la Brazil. Diego Alvares Correa was a legend- ary hero in Brazil. The ship ho commanded -was wrecked in Bahia bay then unknown. It was in 1510. All the survivors hut ho were mas- sacred the Indians sparing Diego be- cause ho showed such ingenuity in recovering articles from the wreck as we are told. Among other things ho got a musket and the astounded natives called him CacamarUj which by interpretation means "Man of Fire.'.' He led the tribe against its enemies conquered them all and married Paraguassa daughter of the deadchiof. Presently a Norman ship arrived. The French were active on the coast of Brazil at that time and ought to have taken the country but their ill luck in colonial enterprise was already established. Diego or Cacamaru loaded the ship with a valuable cargo and embarked with his wife upon it for Lisbon via Dieppe. On arrival at that port however the French would nofciel their passengers go-farther...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 December 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. (' J-w. (cf oven McFARLAND 1 voed. J DENTIST 1st Nat. Bank Brownwoed JutjJljA. R. Eindsey. of Coman che is hete at court- this week. State Sena!oftfasler. of fin manche wafi&rVthe early part of tne week atcpurt. A large (Wjjaion of Comanche people were here at court this week attending the trial of ex-treasurer Caffey of Comanche county. John DaVitte has shipped twenty-one cars about .450000 pounds pf pecans this year. There is money jn pecans even at low pricei Tgie By&LETW acknowledges the receipt of an invitation to the masquerade ball to be given by FM 9uUiYn lodge No. Broth- erhood of Railroad Trainmen at Temple Dec. 31st The Epworth League supper Tuesday night was not as well pat- ronized as had been hoped but was a most enjoyable occasion. The Leage is trying hard to raise money enough to buy a library. Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Alice Kersey one of Brownwood's most charm- ing young ladies to Mr. Charles D. Martin a prominent Hic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

iVimmiiuitl VOL. X 1 :- A- ' " 4 f 5 Resolutions of Respect. Whereas it lias pleased our Hiavenly Father to call home our beloved brother J C. Boswell. Therefore be it resolved by Pe- can Valley Lode No. 236 1. O. 0. F. of Brownwood Texas that in the death of Bro. Boswell this lodge has lost its oldest and one of beet beloved brethren. 2nd. That Brother Boswell liv- ing was the incarnation of friend- ship love and truth and dead leaves us regret at his loss pleas- ant memories of his life and a bright hopehat he has entered intthat blessed immortality be- yond the grave to which Odd Fel- lows points. 3rd. That though we have bur- ried'his body beneath the sod we will cherish a lively recollection of his virtues. 4th. That wo sympathize with his wife and relatives. We re- joice that they mourn not as they without hope. 5th. That the members of this lodge wear the mourning pre- scribed for the death of a brother. P. M. Seitz C. H. Jenkins. Committee. The Carnival. The carnival Saturda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

Clouds and Surpshipe. Do you know that the sun which a few hours ago sank beneath the western horizon shines at this mo- ment upon a- strange land a coun try peopled by beings into whose benighted souls the life-giving rays of another sun the sun of right- eousness have never penetrated? Do you realize that this sun of righteousness is the center around which our great luminary itself re- volves? That it is but a reflecied light that makes our physical sun the most glorious object thfc greets the mortal eye? No. So often have you seen the sun in his glory rise and set and the moon and the stars at night shedding their mellow and spark- ling light in his absence that you cease to be impressed with his majesty and really forget that the "Heavens declare the glory of God and the firmament showeth his handiwork." Thus the very light of dur world becomes h cloud which :wo may well regard with anxious interest; one upon whinh God and no doubt angels frown. There are other clouds jegarded ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

- - - 1 Wanted. An active acent in each countv in the United States to solicit" subscriptions Republic. be paid for the Twice-k-Week liberal commission will hustlers.- Address Superintendent Circulation Tiik Republic St. Louis Mo. G. W. Hall & Son'keep the best turn- outs iu town.'. ; (f AGENTS WANTED. To Canvass the Counties In Whlbh They Live.' Under our new plan they can earn from $75 to $150 per . month. Write for particulars. uniy men wno are wining ro make a house to house canvas? in the country ana wao can give a satisfactory -bond are -wanted'. Addess The (iXzette Fort Worth. TexAs. For Sale Cheap. Harrows Cultivators Sulky BEHNHARDT'S NARROW .ESCAPE. . BeKrget Tell Hew ghe CtMBB'Xear Beln- Kldaaped by Cowboy. Paul Bourgcfc in Iris Wlr "Outro 3er" published in the Boston Her- ald gives this story -which -was told him hy a cowboy: "My friend and myself" said tho cowboy "tried nothing less than 1 1 Mdnap one day or rather one nieht. from one of the grand continental expres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

AS THERE IS A CALM PRICES TALK. AFTER A STORM SO" AFTER A . LARGER SEASON'S BUSINESS . There are Odd Sizes and Remnants. REMNANTS ' . i. ' A ?! I. ft it -' XKOOOOCX0000000000000000 iHaye You Seen THE HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PbOW? HurlbuiH'dware Go. Agfs.m oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter Published Evkbv Tiiursdav by WILL H. MATES - Editor and P SAY! Did you forget to come in and settle for The Bulletin when you sold your cotton last week? Mav be you intend to do next- week. We so aire needing it pecting it. ana ex- It is only a little amount but it will help us a great deaL What Constitutes Plagiarism. The Comanche Chief partially recede! from its position in stating a few weeks since that the speech of Mr. Jno. D. Robinson publish ed in The Bulletin was "stolen bodily from Henry W. Grady's Dallas speech" and admits that the editor branded the young man as a literary thiet and the commit- tee of awar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

'ye i ' Mrs. Jno. GpodWifrind Miss Joe abaniss are visitrarg relatives at Huntsrille this week. Mr. J. A. Austin left Christmas morning for Karnes City to look after his courthouse contract there. Mr. George Park and family have returned to their home in Utah after a pleasant visit to relatives here. . 1 E. U. Beauchainp came home from Ardmore to Bpend Christmas. He has been in the piano business there. Mr. J. L. Millspaugh principal owner of the ice factory was in town last week and called on The Bulletin. Mr. J. W. Fortson will take a rest and spin yarns with old ac quaintances in Mississippi during the holiday season. "Mrs. P. A.Swinden received news of the sickness of her little daughter Mary and returned from Waco last week. ' . The case of Cannon vs. Sweet et al involving the title to an addition to Brownwood has been affirmed Testing the title in the defendants. Mr. W. R. Kelley was down from Santa Anna last week and says eotton is still coming in very satis- factorily up the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

A WREATH OF YESTERDAYS. 2 made a -wreath of yesterdays A garland all Tor me And liuHR it -whom sweet breezes blow "From lands of memory. A summer's sunset stealing back A golden glory falls And one agaiu as loug nip. My throbbing licnrt luthralla. Tho tin tod leaves of forest trees Onco moro I seem to se5 Where shadows with the sunlight blent In woven tracery. And there nil from the world apart I dreamed the hours away Not empty idle dreams that melt As mist before midday. But from the world worn histories Heroic annals drew And with them wovoomo future hope My soul should bravely do .- ? ? :' Not wholly lost the fair sweet dreams Nor lacking golden fruit. Strong hearts know Matjwhen to protest. Or patiently be aiK And know that sin orsorrow comes. Or joy unto our HvjBJ. And each as seeks tlwplant the light. For the true jrarpes strivts. Oh garland made of yesterdays . You are so dear to iae I -I'll keep you where ifet brccies Mow From lands of memory. New Orleans Times-Democrat. AF...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

KOREA'S KING AS A SCHOLAR. A .Lauadrjraak Gave Up Baxfaeu. "I took my latmdxy to a newly opened place oniho West Side in Clii- 1U Majeaty Out CwHlaeted tke E-Trm Uvaa at Hte Eaglkk School. In Korea they have a method of cago " said G. L. Cramer. "It was a cftpL service examination that- is b00 looking place and the propric- nniSe. The Chinese go in a great tor a very young man confidentially deal for educational tests and all formed me that ho had only opened Cabinet Photos. trom now until the lnt Jan.. 95. at $3.00 per Doz. You nmat o.omfe'iri riptit awa it you wish them finished ly unristmas. Kispectruiiy M. L Sanders Piano; atfd Orgaii BuyetsJBead Thisr' p a week hofore tind. it was his first that sort of thing but nowhere else in the world can bo found a system that brings together so closely the. chief ruler of the country and appli- cants for government appointment as in the Hermit Nation. Some years ago the king dngaged the serv- ne keen gone for two days ices of three Americ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 December 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. 1 J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Ofke over 1st Nat. Bank. Brownwood. We have had no winter weather here yet but may expect to have 5?!3w?!.r inf.?ext month Edgar Story came in Christm "iU1""i8 "uv w Bvj nu.m.. tH.Wuiti.u.ji : i Chriitmas tUrkiy with his friends. Mf. G. R. Yantis has returned from a trip to .Corpus Christ! and points and is spending the Christ &ttrsjtbift&e. Little Charlie son of Mrs. Annie Holland who was so badly scalded several weeks ago is recovering from the burn but is quite sick with bronchitis. Mrs. Cornelia Edwards Butts who has been visiting her mother's family here Since September re- turned to her home in Nacodoches Wednesday morning. Dr.Ed E. King postmaster and assistant Marion Mcllins have been very much crowded with business since the holidays egan. The post-office has almost an appearance of a big express or freight office. We learn from Dr. Scott last night that the little children of Mr. W. D. Armstrong and Mr. W. B. Smith who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 January 1895

t XJf It S M I' t i v i : i -tK.- i f V- - miunuul 1 M VOL. X. il ir- m -Ttt j It I. II - :l -I 1 : - . rit :'-f mo A NOVEL PAPER. THE BULLETIN'S TRADE EDI- TION JANUARY 24TH. Edited and Managed Entirely by the Ladies. Woman's Parsonage and Home Mis- sion Society Benefit. The Woman's Parsonage and Home Mission society has arranged to get out a big trade edition of The Bulletin on Thursday Janu- ary 24th for the henefit of their society. The paper that week will be gotten out entirely by the ladies of the society who will have charge of both the business and editorial departments of the paper. They will do all the so- liciting making contracts report- ing editing and proof reading making this the most novel and at the same time most unique piece of newspaper work ever done in Brownwood. The profits of the edition will go to the treasury of the society. No paper ever issued in the town will attract the attention that this issue of The Bullttin will for it will be sought for and preser...

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