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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

4 .0 The t. ivn service as a Career. f Mr. S. B. Knight representing 'JJhe requirements of success for jvin. Schuworth & Co. of .San An- thoe who-swek it in the ciyil ser- j tonio is in Brady endeavoring to vied as in other professions are raise-stock enough to bnild a telc- harfl to define and their absence is phone line from Brownwood to frequently more readily apparent i Rrady. Now this is something than their presence. Tlieynclude tangible and if the people of Urady capacity fur hard work ability to - clo not n-ieet him on . reasonnble U romc interested inmntterfc seem- tmns thc-.. cvYve to live and die v. yi:-ililiotU.ahdboi pnou?in tlie mlsh Vnl.e np jmil et u l." adth of vhnv snUip nt ' ra-p the larger relatidns df routine work. aiHonipamea oy an. ivi m .--to details that will :k t urat-y. In addition thejr nuont- i ... f IllbUit i must br perevereaee to -canq'ifcrj early dappointmenU patiencejin wait- ins for advancement Mf-rdjinnce and esteem to protect hgnijul pcea- Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. i J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwo6d. Prof. Wm. S. Fleming lately of Georgetown is at work in the Lat- in.and Greek department of Dan- iel 13aker college. Miss Genevieve Muse tame in Tuesday night to take charge of her department of . elocution m Howard Payne college. Miss Louise Wardlow arrived in the city last week and is at present busily engaged in organizing her music classes in Daniel Baker col- lege. Hodson the Itio Grande conjj ductor has right recently returned from a trip to Manitau Colorado. W. T. Hoskinson saddler with Hurlbut Hardware Co.t ;went to Santa Anna Monday on behalf of his firm. Misses Mattie Tannehill and r Mabelle Calvert returned yester- day from Rising Star where they have been enjoying a short stay with friends. Miss Annie Ballard has returned to the city after a stay of some weeks in Kerrville and San An- tonio. Her uncle who- is very sick at Kerrville has been removed to bis home. ; We have before us the lett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

SEE J NO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. 1 :"T' umtmuutl VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1895. NO. 46. I'll'l MIMt'l Lu I H . 'EM': !".:::ii!llillil!lil!l'l;iffll!!E III WITHOUT A DOUBT GhOCODS THE LOWEST PBICED ' You Will See this Season ARE AT OUR STORE That is Good Goods at fow Prices an old song- to sing but we can sing it and believe what we sing. TRHDE WITH US. Hi We carry a large stock and the styles are up to date in every line. COGGIHT & GILLIAM BROS. T. C Y tis. Pre?. .T. J Rmkv. Vicr-rns. F W. Utst'Etv. CnshUr. J. W. Ill tllk. Assistant Cashier. The Brownwootl National Bank. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Ample Capital: - Liberal Treatment. . AcccmiEanoD to Ccstemers a specialty. - -v Drafts issued ou all countries of -the Morjd. Small turouuts ecordcvl the same omirtooiis treatment as larger ones. .YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED.. K. E. DUNNING IS AT THE FRONT In his new. quartets at Jack Porter's Old Stand opposite the-AHrhan Holel. ' ie Lteads The Procession In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

JO HN Y. RANKIN SR. I. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate and General Ag ent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds Property Personal or EeaL of and Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written acknowledgements taken. AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between Reports made on lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. in owners ; Will secure the services of farm and railroad 'hands and domes- tic for families or places lor 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 Avpth descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at prljces now ranging from $3 to Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

Total Eclipse of the Moon. A total eclipse of 'the moon vis- ible all over the United States oc- curred last night. Un Texas the moon entered the shadow of the earth at 10:40 p. in. the total eclipse began at. ;ll:4c p. m. the middle of the eclipse was readied at 12:37 a m. the total eclipse ended at 1:27 a. m. and the moon left the shadow of the earth at 2:34 a. m. The point of first con- tact with the shadow was 54 -degrees from the north point of the moon's limb toward the east. -The eclipse was caused by the shadow of the earth as the latter passed between the $un and the moon. The shadow was made up Of a dark portion called the umbra and a lighter portion called the penumbra the light of the sun being completely excluded from the umbra but only partially from the penumbra. The- moon can only pass into the shadow of the .earth when she is full or in oppo sition. At the time of a total eclipse such as occurred last night the moon is not entirely in visible but shines with a faint...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

f i i in nr New Goods New Styles New Prices Better Assortments Better Bargains and a Better Stock Generally it -.4 :-. - AT ' (s S 5 4 If.; RAMEY SMITH & CO S' if. j : s it i I I stock in. every Tljian has ever before been shown in this city -having largely increased our department and added quite a number of new lines that we have never carried heretofore. Wje are better prepared to meet all the wants of the people generally than at any time pre- Call and see us in our new quarters. vious. Mi Yt RAMEY SMITH & CO 00X0000XK0000000 s The Bulletin can not publish anonymous communications on auy subject. There is some comment on the streets sibout the irrigation com- pany taking charge of the city waterworks. They think of olfer- q ing the average net receipts of; the 6 city from this source for the last o three years and paying this amount. chxoockxxoooxoxko each year for ten years to get the privilege. This is a tempting-offer and should meet with approval. Have ou Seen; THE H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

tr iTr f As a 0R Jewelers and Opticians Are. preparedgtheall trade. See their Watches Clocks FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. ' r Mail orders given prompt attention.- . J. N. Touchstone arrived in the city the early part of tlie week. Mrs. Dixon the wife of that popular Rio Grande conductor spent Sunday in Brownwood. Mr. Will Riley has secured a position at the Santa Fe round house and in fnture will be found there. ' Mr. Ed 13. Grady of the Santa Fe force is working days again and seems to be happy over the change. Mr. Charlie Gregory a popular employee of the Santa Fe has laid off and is taking a needed vacation. Judge R. P. Conner returned home Friday after an extended visit to relatives in hie old home place. S. B. Clay the new hostler at the Rio Grande went to Fort Worth Monday to meet his family returning with them the same day. Mr. John B. Parks of Fort Worth was a visitor in Brown- wood last Fridavi He is well known here this atlone time being his home. j Mr. A. L. Trent returned...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. I attended an arbor meeting in the country this week and it called to mind many similar occasions in past days. There is no other place where God seems to draw so close to his people as in the country be- neath an old fashioned brush arbor. The very surroundings aro such as to suggest worship the songs sjum to ascend straight to the vault-M of Heaven there is a solemnity aljout every prayer not usually found in- side church buildings and jthe speaker gets more easily in touch with the congregation. The peo- ple in the country may not be bet- ter than the town people but they are moTe worshipful when assem- bled together and there is a pro- founder interest shown in what is said. The open air is more con-; 1 . '. ducive to true religious feelings n.S than the hot and stifled air of towns and cities. the 1 j ! ! There is another thing that I sometimes fear detracts fromj the interest of religious services in the rowiib uiuugu uic lucauuctp challenge me for proof on th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

I Specialties. People like special men. They care to trade where special things are advertised. One of the most effective methods of advertising is to select some one specialty and talk it. Push it out before the. eye of every one. By urging some special thing this way more atten tion is secured than if a general statement was made. The idea of making your display ad a catalogue of vour wares is obsolete and whoever practices such method is advertising himself as aback num ber. When you come to market this fall spend a day in looking up some specialties that will permit of emphasi3 being made when you get home. Get hold of some cloth or article that you know here is a demand for. And when you get it home because there is a demand don't be so foolish as to add a large percentage. You bought it for an attraction as to price; now use it for such a purpose. Returns will be large. Dry Goods Bulle- tin. The Girl that Everybody Likes. You have undoubtedly met ; dis- agreeable girls who wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 September 1895

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. .1 J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Ofllco over 1st Nat. Bank. Brmqmvood. Mr. Mack Taylor has purchased and is now riding a new bicycle. Mr. Geo. Guyer left the city Tuesday by way of the Rio Grande. Mr. Jno. B. Parks returned Tuesday to Fort Wori.h his pres- ent home. Mr. J. A. Austin paid a visit . to Goldthwaite Tuesday Ireturning on the evening train. Mr.-L. Steffens went to Coman- che Monday to spend 'a while with relatives in that city. Mr. Wirt A. Paddock of-Dublin attended the wedding and recep- tion last Tuesday night. - Cotton is coining in but not rapidly enough yet to ' keep our buyers busy. Prices are good Mr Joe Frizzell we regret to av. is acram connneu to ins oeu through an attack of slow fever. Mr. J. w. iseaziev ;is riding a hew wheel this wedk and has promise of becoming dn expert. Mr. F. K. Smith returned Mon- day from St. Louis whre he pur- chased a splendid stock of fall and winter goods. J. The east bound Santa Fe was delayed a few minute3 Tuesday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

SEE JNO. T!. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE: tu turnout! iVOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THUESDAT SEPTEMBER 19 1895. NO. .47. Ml I! MM MM III ( It ll II They Are After Them. Stoijm Serges Plain Surface Serges Silk and Wool Novelties Black Mohairs arid Change able Kovelties. We have this season surpassed any previous effort to carry an up-to-d'ate line of DRESS STUFFS.. Without a doubt we have a great line a line that will do your eyes good to see. All the above mentioned dress goods are in our stock together with many others. Our line of Cliam- elion silks are very pretty and entirely new changeable effects. The people are afteiiv them. We were disappointed in not receiving our JPLAID SILKS. t - ti. ft 1 if s before the dress goods trade opened but will place them on sale Monday morning. COCffi-IN & CULXIAM BROS. IT'S ALL STUFF! A l;---1r:;j:iH. That Shoes Have Advanced 25 to 50 Per Cent In Price. F. W. Henderson .:-'!:Ts-selling shoes cheaper than they were sold a year ago. He i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

t JOHN Y. RAW KIN SR. J Brown wood Texas. Real Estate and General Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1S69. Exchange Bureau .for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. .Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written acknowledgements taken. fc Bent -A-g:erLt. m AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches -farm ranch and mineral lands m 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided and 1 for Sale between T A 1 T t 1 owners. Keporcs matte oni lands. Intelligence tod Employment Office. . Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and donies- 1S2. For ssle Brownwood residence 7 room cottage near Howard Payne col- Jege 00x200 feet sheds and stables will sell remarkably cheap some cash balance long time Call early and get a bargain. S. 13. For exchange Brownwood resi- dence for good farm in Brown county near in good G-rOom house well finish ed and very comfortable native shade trees line well cellar siables chicken- house two Hues for heaters 4 large lots 10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

f M 0 L4K Our Views Exactly. Pretty soon we will begin to test the good nature of our subscribers by asking them for the small amount that each one 6ves. No harm will be done. Our friends will feel belter by . having paid off these small debts and wo will use the money in discharging our own Obligations and so the good work vill go on until perhaps several dollars of debt will be settled and manv hearts made lighter. . Our subscription accounts are worth ine hundred cents on the dollar. )Ve simply mention the! above so fjhat all may know the high regard flhat we entertain for those who have been readers of the! paper. Troy hnterpnse. To Drive Away Fleas. In the south of Europe as well as in some parts of America the traveller has to reckon in summer upon visits from large numbers of fleas. In southern France Italy and Spain the flea is reckoned al- most a necessary accompaniment tff existence. American travellers in those parts sometimes become sarcastic. s One of these Americans wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

New Goods New Styles New Prices Better Assortments Better Bargains and a Better Stock Generally m i it -'V.I i'- AT .;:: RAMEY SMITH & GO'S. " 1 Than has ever before been shown in this city having largely increased our j stock in every department and added quite a number of new lines that we have never carried heretofore. We are better prepared to meet all the wants of the people generally; than at any time pre- vious. jCall and see us in our new quarters. V; . ; '.:'' j .; ; v ; v Touis Poi Trade RAMEY SMITH & CO. Brownwood Bulletin. . i Entered at the postoffice at Browo- wOod. Tex. as secoud-class mini matter. ; Published Eveky Thuksdyby VRILL H. MAYES. - -Editor lind Prop'r HERVEY MAYES IRA HALL. r Ass't.Editor. Asst Business Manager r The Mayor and th"o :Law. Thk Bulletin does not 'contend tirtu the local option law has ' not be)m violated in Brownwojod and admits that at the time that Mr 9 - Smith wrote his letter to "Waco the law was being violat quantity of the citiz...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

U;ili - 1 i 1.1 : I '1 i-i 1'1 1 - : t 1 1. 1 - At f F II' 'i it. . mm 5! ::-;H r 42"-: -V- -. . '-. ' 2 ' . . t -Pi::.'."' . ' ' 3a& ;:.--;- - SUPPLEHENT TO -i ; I tr? :. -:-v.fi::. . 1 --s"ff" i r r.- r - JN WOOD BULliKHK K :T': 1 f Brow.nwood Texas Sept.' 19-1895. Eight n'ew Howard Payne Cbliese.r Jack . Unburn of Zenhv.r tudents. enroU'etl was in Hrownwuod last nih. '.Monday morning viz. Geo. Smith Mr MllUrice IIal js AVorkin iu and sister mid . Uiehardson. the Valley News ollice. ana sister; ui oipe springs .miss Mdu Saekett of Camp Colorado iMr. T. E. Scott and A; Kiiuianian L'onti jJVe ireifie epr'dd mans. arrived iitf tliifcity ye.-Jeiday.. Mrs. Moore came home Wedite. ' day over the Itio Ci ramie route. " - C. H. jlenkins was a passenger .Mrs. UrihC and her daughter. on the west hound Santa Fe fust M rs. Hatklf Murphy arrived yes terday evening. from Kansas Citv; inirtif ;f i. ....1 w 1. ...-.t...;.. o"'- :KK) dtnduiits enrolled.1 .. A letter received from Mr. Turn .Dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmr HERE WE ARE! aaaMHMaH. ' . S$pl SJ0RE. 1 1 I OUR SUPPLY mm DRV GOODS Clothing Hats and Shoes. -:1 '.'.A. k5j000 stock of new dr)r goods etc. finest' line of dress goods ever offered here. ffigCfSl HARDWARE 1UUV11JL11VX f BuLg-g-ies and "Wagons SEWING MACHINES. we are agents ror tne JtiancocK itiotary - Disc Plow and Oassaday Sulky. Hurlbut Hardware Co. m mm a dewe'lers and Opticians - Are prepared for the Sjall trade. See their Watches; Clocks arpd dewelry.-' . FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. . H; .Mail ottders given prompt attention. I am the flan Mrs. Ada Muse of St.j Louis -is' Judge D. M. Prendergast n.od- visitinc relatives in Brownwood i erator of the Texas Svnod during this week arriving on - Saturday's last year was in attendance la tram. week at the meeting. His home is t The new building next door to i Low fc Low ist now oceuoied bv Camp & Shropshire the Brown- .... . ' ..i i i ' ho not only takes the cake but wood druggists who are prepared the whoe in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. It is a great relief in these days of political talk and campaigning to have some other theme absorb fox.awh.ile the interest in such mat- ters. If has been my pleasure lately to be associated with the leading men of a prominent church in this most important state meet- ing and to hear discussed from their standpoint matters pertain- ing to the progress of their church. There is a wonderful difference be- tween a big political convention and a great religious assembly. Of course differences of opinion arise in religious organizations but they are generally settled deliberately coolly :md impassionately .and the decision of the majority is accept- ed in good spirit. Of course there are some exceptions to this rule but in political gatherings it is the ex- ception when harmony does pre- vail. Discord division strife and unfair methods have become the characteristic features of nearly fall political gatherings If we. stop to inquire the reason for all this we will find...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

Money In a Fiddle Sometimes. One Hugh Maguire a farmer of Wichita Kansas finds himself the lucky possessor of a snug fortune which he has come iuto in a singu- lar manner. Two years ago a relative of his Peter Conroy by name died in Washington Kansas. He had been a thrifty man and was supposed to have laid by a neat little sum of money somewhere. In his will however he left his Kansas nephew nothing but an old fiddle of his. The Kansas farmer when he laeard of this was indignant and refused to pay the express charges on his legacy when it was sent to to him. He did not know how much money there is in a fiddle sometimes. A little later however he thought better about it and after some saving paid the $2.50 charges on the fiddle which was duly de livered to him. It was found on i inspection to contain $1S00 in bills and the deed to a tract Of land in Virginia. The old fiddle had to be broken to get. at it con- tents. ; Harper's Bazaar relates that.ja teacher in a city school received ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 September 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. I J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bant Brownwood. rides a new Brownwood is the best cotton market. Mr. Brooke Smith bicycle this week. N. B. Howlett waSj in Stephen- yille Monda' of this week. Dr. J. D. Robnett was in Bal- linger a few days last week. Several English capitalists will visit Brownwood next week. Prospects are good for two . wed- dings in the near future. Mr. Romines and Miss Annie Wilson were married yesterday. J. M. Crundwell arrived in our citd last Saturday after a short ab sence i Mr. Jim Mitchem has secured position with the Brownwood Ice Factor'. J. S. Denton lias gone to Weath his sister for a fpw their our is happy at erford to be with few days. Capt. Woods the genial drum mer. was in the city this week. Mr. Ed Wimi and wiife returned yesterday from Coleman on way home. Cotton sold up to yesterday at noon on the. streets of Brownwood at 7.62 1-2. Two families are located in city this week coming here direct iy from Llano. - Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

SEE J NO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. tjzm mm jt VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1895. NO. 4S. fitWIWAOtl wwem. It's Tough Stuff That its in our 50c ovei'calls made of grey twilled denham felled spams long waist sizes. The greatest overall we ever sold tor the money. We don t make much money -just a little but we sell lots of them. That means a good living profit in the entire f I i -f- I i n - nwfinn inn I .i - - -v 4- i-v r - T-n -1 1 1 Wool and Weavers and full on them amount over our 2fe'vetf (lid their. work better than when they produced the flannels that are; sold counters. Soft nap; soft price and wool goods prices 15c. a yard and up. Values' that we never owned previous to this time are at our store lots of qualities at one price thei lowest. Hair On Your Head ir- Is a gbod thing but is a very unpleasant thing in aii undershirt. We hav Undershirts without Hair without Wool all cotton or all wool without hair or cottoiil Prices 25c: n.iifl 111V. - ...

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