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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1895

Can This be True? From the Pilot published at Nashville Term. we clip the fol- lowing and if it be true it is cer tainly a discrace to the American people: The New York oice prints the following report of the close of ou i 1 mi national congress ine scene is certainly disgraceful to them and i to the people Avho elected such ruf fians: Washington U. C. March 4; The closing hours of congress were characterized by the wanton de- struction of a great thirst. The debauch did not reach its accus- tomed proportions until the session of yesterday (Sunday) and Sunday night. On Saturday the congress- men particularly the representa- tives began drinking heavily and on Sunday the on-slaughts on the bar under the house of representa- tives became so ardent and pro- longed that placards were posted in the corridors and on the walls bearing the legend "For Members Only." In order to prevent any one but congressmen breaking the Sunday law policemen were sta- tioned at the doors of the saloon to k...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1895

L The Secret Explained. Why Is Every Employee Always Busy At The Red Store? m Go price Go price . Go price Go price Go price Go price Go price All Other Goods in our Hosase You Will Find in Perfect Keeping With )H; 1 2 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. . 1 i J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Oflfice over 1st Xat. Bank Brownwood. Charlie Hardy is the proud fath- er of a. fine girl. j. J. Ramey spent Tuesday in Comanche on business. Dr. J. C. Harpham earae in Sunday-night over the Rio Grande. Mr. Frank Early of San Angelo was in the city Sunday visiting friends. J. W. Sheppard. came in Tues- day morning from a business trip in the West. Mr. G. W. Larabee one of our mogt prosperous farmers came in Tuesday from Dublin. Mr. Pudder of Katemcy; Mason county has moved with his family to live here in Brownwood. Mrs. Hinds Dr. J. W. Harri- son's mother-in-law left Tuesdav morning for Rockport Colorado where she will visit her son. Col. G. W. Mahoney the Santa Anna- magnate came in Tuesday evening on the Rio Grande"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

AT - 1 -i 4 50" if l l l . l 'I 4 You Men Who Hare Corns We Have Ihe Correct Corn Salve lor the ladies i..f I THE LITTLE BARGAIN HOUSE. offers some-wondcrfnlly low prices this vfeek. A nice line of summer iuts from 3 "to 10 yjuars the whole Jot to sell t oixv from Wc to W. A Kirpain 25c pant forlCe 15c imnt foriV. Boys' suits from 4 to 12 venr. worth S1.0Q for TS. A line of Indies shirt waists worth 7c for only TOc each. Men's black shirts colored work s&ins laumlried fttxl uiihiuuderied. Ckslns outa rood summer wrk shirt worth c for only" 20e. Ladies and geBtsloery. nice line of towels lace Uirt tains. couterpiii$. talks. eom-ts etc. all at jirices that defy abmpotition aud cause? us toHke (pjo- sitioa. Neither do w intend t change ourixjsi tiou. Do want a nice spring s-tito? If W crII on J.. I W1ABRY (fit guaranteed.) Next door to DeCln rk. YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK! J;W. BUTLER. Editor ON GUARD. The meeting of the Presbyterian Endeavorers was led by Mr. V J; Houston whq pointed ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

Adjectives and Adverbs. . Many fairly educated people vio- late every day of their lives a nice distinction in the use of adverbs and adjectives. Thid occurs with such verbs as appear feel look and shine which according to their meaning are modified by one or completed by the other. When the verb expresses a quality in the subject it must be completed by an adjective; as Dorothy is ill and looks very bad.; Marguerite looked beautiful last night; these were both qualities that marked their appearance not manner of action; but the little girl looked shyly around the room (manner of using her eyes). If you .are sick you un- doubtedly feel bad but the diffi- dent overgrown boy feels around awkwardly for a chair and you may feel a loss keenly it is just as correct to say you seem confus- edly as you felt badly. The sun shines bright expresses la quality in its illuminating pow- jer; but it shines brightly down jupon the tree tops describes the manner in which the rays fall upon !the tree...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

5L i Raisins Turkeys. To those who have a large range for their fowls tlie raising of tur- keys will add considerable to the income from the poultry yardwith an expense scarcely in proportion says Beth Day in Northwestern Agriculturist for turkeys are com- paratively light eaters besides be- sides being good foragers and capa- ble of securing a large amount ofj food for themselves after they are seven or eight months old if thay have the opportunity. One great objection with many is that they do not bear close confinement well and do best on a large range. Tnrkey eggs may be successfully hatched as well as hen's eggs in a good incubator and by almost the same treatment. The period of in I . . ... j cuDauon is twenty-eignt days va- ried somewhat by the care they have received and the freshness of the eggs used. Strictly fresh eggs will hatch several hours or from one to two dars earlier than will those that are somewhat stale. Few care to hatch chickens for broilers with incubators l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

000000000-0000 Have You Seon. THE j HANCOCK ROTAR.Y DISC PLOW'?-. : u ht1 U ' rlnovn v o ? 1 1 At lULAL 1 1 UUJUf o Go.Agts Sooooooxxc Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffico at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday by WIJlL. H. MAYES. - Editor and Prop'r IRAjHAIiIi - Asst. Business Managor i The legislature is .still in ses sion. Wflcn Jinrl Dull: is will both have local option elections this summer. A petition is in circulation for a local option election in Comanche county. a Santa Anna had a 85000 ire one night last week. One of the hotels was burned. .f -: j Every section of the state was suffering for rain until the (copious showers came this week j' i Irrigated farming insures the farmer a maximum crop' every 3ear and render? farming! a cer- tain business. Fanners of East Texas are mak- ing) a success of tobacco growing and say that it beats cotton as a money maker. I The rains in Texas affected the cotton market of the world before the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

7 r A Philosophy. For THE BULLETIN. Brought into life of earthly Btrife "Without our own consent To nature's laws we yield our cause And try to be content ' Our days are few; like early dew They soon will pasB away; Then while we live oh let us give Kind words to all each dav. An example make for other's sake That follow us along in;r s uur iasi They will Dot think us wrong. Think kindly of me and I of theq Are the words of the soul They are so pure and will endure As long as time shall roll In the weary flight of years till night Shall withdraw her sun Let us be meek and kind words speak Until our work is done. Then gently fold our casements old Into our mother clay And pass from earth to eternal birth In everlasting day. Don Iveksox RANDOM THOUGHTS. I heard a noted minister sav the oiner aay tnat lie believed he gelher the songs stories anecdotes could for the first time truthfully etc. which comprise the program say that a new era was dawning But between and around these fea- and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate and General ; . Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. ! AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and jnineral lands for sale 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands owners. Keports maae on ianas. m Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tics for families or places for the unemployed. Lands rendered for taies redeemed from or purchased at tax sale. Sheriff 's and trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed: Full descriptive list of lands and properties for sale or exchange furnished on application with descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation! at prices now ranging from S3 to S 1 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to S75 per acre. All proper...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

The Bulletin on the Wing. Waco Tex. April 21 1895. Special Correspondence. This city holds a high place in the list of interesting beautiful and prosperous Texan points. ' With her sparkling waters pretty cotta ges elegant villas attractive flower gardens delightful parks cultured society and solid business charac ter no city of Texas holds higher vantage ground. "The Bulletin on the Wing" right here takes oc- casion to say "thank you" for courtesies tendered whilst on the pathway of duty. A CONVENTION CENTRE. Waco is a charming 4 'convention centre." Just now various mystic circles are in secret conclave. the i. o. g. T. This fraternal n'on-political and non-sectarian body has just ad- journed the "Grand Lodge" of 1S95. The assemblage was one of grand character. Its representa- tives embraced people known to state and nation for the highest character in social business andi professional life. Lovely and ac- complished women with men of chevalier mien engaged in a work that has the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 April 1895

Going Out of the Millinery B -1 5-Hr-'fa-ri V jV- My stock being too large for my store I have? concluded to Close Out mv Millinerv business and; the space now occupied by same as a ' 1 . Tz-clzIs: am.d. Carpet ZDepartnerrt use: 7 gmg ery and such other goods as it may accommodate. In order to do this I have put everything- ill i the Millin Jine At Actual lOSt and this will continue until everything in this line is disposed of. ' The Milliner will continue to trim hats to order m only Cost for same. J Call at once and. get what you will need in this line this season for at the very cheap prices at which 11 11 1 1 J 4-Uz-xtt iTrill n4- lsi. 1 HP1 u 1 r1J. 11 C. TD i. TT . i ii I iney win uc bum wcy win uul lcibi lung i nis uubt bdic mtuiuca an uui mic raiern riars as well as every thing else in this line. . 1 4 Very Respectfully ZEOIbT Proprietor of 7 The Red Store. BROWNWOOD' BULLETIN.- ! J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST .Office over 1st Nat. Batik. BroivnwofHl The bayou' is on a rise iMrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

i: tmumuut! VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2 1895. NO. 27. THIS IS YOUR PICNIC 1111 jf r if if Well ave . These are bargains that On them. The Greatest Line of Men's and Children's Fine We. Have Ever Owned Arrived This Week. You are invited to attend ithe Lawn Sale. No cards issued. . v ' I have purchased at a Bankrupt Sale A fresh lot of goods Which I will sell At A Great Bargain. Come early and take advant- age of the remarkably low prices I am offering. J. I. MABRY Next Door to DcClark. YtfUNG PEOPLE AT WORK. J. W. BUTLER. Editor. EPWORTH LEAGUE. The League exercises last week were 'unusually interesting. . The delegates who went to Houston conducted the exercises made in- teresting talks and they werd well received by the Leaguers present. The newly elected officers have taken hold of their work in earnest and are going to conduct aggress- ive campaigns this summer. ; The League will conduct the services at the Methodist cliurch Sunday night. Let every one turn out and see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

JOHN T. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate and General As'ent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1S69. Exchange Bureau for all Rinds of Property Personal or Real. .1 Depositions taken deeds and acknowledgements taken. . Bent - AND ABSTE ACTOR OF LAND TITLES. I Live stock and ranches farm in! 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands owners. Reports made on. lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tics for families or places for the unemployed. Lands rendered for taxes redeemed from or purchased at tax sale. Sheriff 's and trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. Full descriptive list of lands and properties for sale or exchange furnished on application with descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at pnces now ranging from S3 to Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to $75 per acre. . - All properties placed in my hands for rent sale or exchange are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

Potato Culture. Potato culture is attracting more attention every year as farmers realize that an acre of potatoes can be grown at about the same expend- iture of time and labor as an acre of corn while the returns from the two are very different for potatoes have brought fair returns within the past two or three yearSj and the profit would be still greater if proper care and fertilization were supplied. Many farmers plant potatoes on the poorest sections of their farms and are disappointed at obtaining small yields of inferior tubers. How could it be otherwise when the soil is lacking in the necessary plant food for the crop? There is no doubt that when the soil is adapted to its growth the potato is a profitable crop for the one who bestows upon it care and hard work. There is little need of hand labor in raising potatoes. With modern topis the planting cultivating and harvesting can be done by machiner The latter is responsible also for largely in- creasing the acreage. Seed tube...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

irHave You Seen THE HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PLOW? HurlbuiH'dware Co. Agts COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCKXK) Brownwood Bulletin. - Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as secoud-class mail matter. j Published Every Thursday by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Frop'r IRA HALL - Asst business Manager . It does seem that another rail rpad wants to come to Brownwood. .We will welcome that Waco road. I There will be sixty-fivje summer normal schools in Texas! this sum- mer for white? and twenty for ne- groes. Jude N. A. Hteadman' nf Fort Worth has been appointed rail- road commissioner and lias aecept- dd the trust. A miner in Dakota recently kill- fid himself because his companions teased him for his resemblance of Oscar Wilde. American' pride is it not all one. The two factions of we- demo cratic party are making preiimma- ny arrangements for the campaign next year in Texas The money uestion will be the issue. Houston is making preparations for the big he last of this month. unusual re-union G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

kk if RANDOM THOUGHTS. A large part of the unbappiness in this world is due to the fact that people are not satisfied with doing their work faithfully but are con- stantly in fear that God who has guided this old world through its thousands of j'ears will for some reason forget His people and leave them to suffer. Man worries because he can't-foresee or govern the weather. No sooner is the crop planted than he begins to make himself and everyone he meets miserable with his omens of a drouth or a flood. He wants the weather just to his liking and if it doesn't come that way he thinks the elements are all out of order and will never get back again un- less he can in some way shape things up right. The Bible teaches us fo put our faith in God and many Christians who are noted for their earnestness and zeal seem entirely willing to do this except in the matter of the weather and the seasons. If their actions can be taken as a guide then people seem to think that the Heavenly Father who ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

An Amusing Mistake. A man with business headquar ters in a basement advertised for female help and told applicants to be at his place at a certain hour The same street number ground floor is a ticket scalper's office. On the morning when the women came to apply for work the ticket office was open but the basemen place was still closed. The wq men as they came one by one went into the ticket office where the young man refered them to the basement and when they started :into the basement thev found the door locked So they waited and the number -grew to about twenty Two or three of them leaned .anainst a doorwav below. Others arranged themselves along the :stairway. The others were grouped about the sidewalk. Whenever a man walked close to the basement stairway they looked at him expectantly and wondered if he was the one avIio advertised for female help. Any one who has ever observed the front of a ticket-scalping place knows that every inch of space is taken up with signs such as "Ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

" Courtesy to the Aued. In these hurrying money-mak ing times these days of social and mental advancement young peo. pie are apt to forget the courtesy and respect due to older persons. Progressive education is prone to place the children of to-day5 a step or two ahead of where grandma and grandpa left off and they put on airs in consequence. Now this is all wrong. 'Book learning is everything. The cour tesy-that springs from a kind heart is worth far more than the dis agreeable showing off of superior knowledge which places the old at a disadvantage though to outsiders it is the young who appear the meaner of the two with their flip- pant contradictions and their man- ner quite averse to that which we are taught is the correct one to em- ploy toward our elders. Old people are entitled to respect if for nothing else than that they are veterans in the war of life and as such to be regarded with rever- ence by the recruits who. are just beginning their first skirmish. The deference du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. i J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brown wood. W. G. Birdwell of Big. Springs visited friends at Brownwood last week. Mr. J. W. White of Mason was here several days last week among the cattlemen. The Bryson Brothers of Coman- che were handling cattle at Brown- wood this week. Dr J. A. Younger and G. G. Odom of Ballinger were in Brownwood last week on business. J. E. Thompson 0. Tom and Bill Morse of McCulloch county were among the cattle men here last week. J. F. Eustin a prominent cattle j man of San Angelo spent several days here lately looking after trade in his line. Hon. Lee L. Shields and E. L. Lapping of Santa Anna were among the visiting business men to our city last week. P. Moodie G. T. Marrow and George A. Beeman of Comanche were prominent among the cattle dealers here this last week. . Mr. W. G. Hill and . wife of Tenn. have been here . for several days visiting their relatives Mr. W. H. Clark and family on Willis Creek. Miss Laura Po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 May 1895

VOL. X. BROWiSTWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY MAY 9 1895. NO. 28. FANS AND PARASOLS v ! ; ' " " - - - : . . II -- ' 1 M i i i i i i i . i . - . t . - . : in ?. i' Are shown by In Great Variety. The greatest line In; all the new The Are Extra Good I have purchased at a Bankrupt Sale A fresh lot of goods Which I will sell At A Great Bargain. Come early and take advant- age of the remarkably low prices I am offering. J. I. MABRY N'ext Door to DcClark. YOUNG PEOPLE AT WORK. J.W. BUTLER. Editor. ENDEAVOR UNION. The several Endeavor societies will hold a Union meeting next Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Presbyterian church. The pro- gram is as follows: Kesponsive reading. . Our workshop the committees. Hints from chairmen discussion. Babylon Solo Lissa Coggin Smith. The three elements of the pledge: (1.) Private Devotion; (2.) Sup- port of Church Services; (3.)! Pub- lic Confession. Burton Reagan. Keeping the C E. Pledge. M. G. Hargrave. v The daity conduct of Christian Endeavorers. Arthur Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 May 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. t . Brownwood Texas. For Sale. Real Estate and Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. General Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. TITLES. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. AND ' ABSTRACTOR OF LAND Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale in 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned .or divided between owners. Reports made on lands. Intelligence and Employment Olftce.- Will secure the -services of farm and railroad hand's; and domes- tics for families or places for the unemployed. Lands tendered for taxes redeemed from or purchased at.tax.sale. bhcnft s and trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. -r- 11 j ruric imjI rrnrprties for sale or exchange furnished on application with descriptive matter: 01 our -.magnificent some cash owju BROWNWOOD PROPERTY. 37. Residence for $1 501) two story 8 rooms 4 acre block Rogan Addition well-iinislied and comfortable good well...

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