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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

IV I ; y* \h TRIBUNE. VOL. i. / I'A-liO foNTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15. 1805. NO. 1. THE BOND .CONTRACT. ALL i\O^ANTA^(S9 ARE GIVEN TO investors. t ^ OltMltad'! Old'Law farluer llrew up • • • . LZi the Contract and Carlisle" feigned It, .y' * i ft ; That Fastening (put *h. 1'eople a / .j« Mupendon* Fraud. _L • Thi followiug is the agreement en- tered Into by Mr. Carlisle and the Rothschild gold syndicate. This in- famous document ought to be sutti- rWiat grounds for the impeacbmeut of both Cleveland and Carlisle. It is a cringing before the money power of Kurope that is enough to make every American citizen ashamed of his country: ,' ••',' • ■ -This afjrebmJMif' entered into this Mil diy of* February, 1890, between tlie secretary ot the-treasury of the I iiited States of the lirst part, and Messrs. August Belmont & Co. of New York, on behalf of Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sons of London. Kuglanrt, and themselves, and Messrs. .J. 7', Morgan & Co. of New York, on iiehatf oV...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

payin<; oi t sjlyeb. THE DRAIN ON THE -COLD RE- SERVE STOPPED AT LAST. tx tuwuuy < .urimU- flat* rn-vBltnc f juiti Ovtilwiti w fuy ttml Ulmi l>ntl n to lW Maui « tii> Hatrc Hm lmuu( tb ttmmrmm uf b«U for "■fcf Newt Bureau Sun Building * Washington. D. C., Feb. —, lhJtli Special to Lit* Nfwt. The treasury department yenterdt? astonished the country and 6ignall> oeniomnrated >t£ convictions that no financial lepinlalioti couic be experteo from the present congress. by Htib-no- o&iag ite policy of exchanging gold for greenback* and treasury noieB at the demand of their bolders. and exer- ' lBing its right to redeem them in ulrer at its discretion. It ie learned from reliable authority that Secretary Carlisle has tar soffit- time past beet in favor of tl e adoption of such a policy and has urged upon the Presi- dent the necessity, as well as the ad- vantage of It, but to no purpose until exporters of gold last Saturday an- nouoed their intention to make heavier dra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

TO ISSUE NEW BONDS. THE BOLIVAR POINT AND BEAU- MONT ROAD SQUABBLE. The Committee Kills Senutor Dowsers' Mill to Kxempt Certain KubiIn from the Operation of the beparate Coach I .aw— Oil a Cash Hani*. Austin, Tex., March 11.— Mr. I)e Normandy of Galveston was before the railway commission Saturday morning in regard to the railroad from Bolivar I'oint to Beaumont. ask- ing that the bonds of the railroad be canceled on the ground that the con- tractors to build the road have failed to comply with the contract. The company now wants new bonds issued, and wat seeking information of tha commission about the matter. The old issuance of bonds is for 110,000 per mile. The road is graded seventy miles and the iron is laid six miles, but the company has iron for eleven miles. A formal application for can- cellation of the bonds will, it is un- derstood, be tiled with the commission later. Tax BkU Kngrossed. Austin, Tex., faarch 7.—Yesterday morning in the house an attempt was made to postpone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

■Re* This Space Belongs to D. M. HOWARD, Tit Palo Plato Tribune. f U8L1SHKD EVERY FRIDAY V.' M. WALLACE. Editor. Subscription Price, IJ.OO a Tear In Advance TALO PINTO. TEX., MARCH. 15, 1896. Salutatory. The general; demand of a very considerable portion ol the people of Palo Pinto county, for a oonnty newa- paper to advocate the doctrine of the Peoples party, and gtve an account of political affairs generally from the standpoint oi members of that faith, and after consulting with many mem- bers of the Peoples'party, we con eluded to launch forth the Tribune. This paper will be'publisbed at the county seat, and will keep its readers posted concerning the doings of tbe various eourts and happen iiga gen erally. Tbe Tsibcni will be an eight page Ave CO umn quarto, .and will be bright and newsy as it can be made The doctrines of the Peoples party and the principles enunciated in our national and suto platforms will bo adToeated ,bj the Tkibvn* at al! times, but in suoh manner as to bui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

msmsaamasa i-m-. tALQ PINTO. TKX., MAKOH. 15, IS'.IJ. ■WJl".1 ■ ! lutered at the poslortirr iu i'ulu p.u Ciim. aa «econd claps mutter. Local Matters —Mr. I. 8. Kades is in St. Looih, buying siotk of |>oodu io put in hero — Mr. W. F. Alan in a prominent attorney ol Mineral Wolls ih hero. —County attorney Stephens, lias 1>een up looking nf-er ihti viola torn ol the'luw. —Capt. Win. Visa I a and W. P. Crudnonton of Breclceiiridge, were lie re at court thin week. —Mr. J. A. Kerioy of Santo and H. II. Ora*CH of Gordou, reported for jury duty Monday. —Mt. C. C. Withers, tho well known dru^siet of fcjjiito, paid < ur office tin appelated call the other day. —Judge It. E, Hendry of Minoral Wei In, was hcie on iegal Iiumucsk this week. —The !>reHc i lerm of District court has had a luif>e number ot citi- teusi of various pans of tho eotuity' in tow II. —Mr, Thos. r yer, a prominent merchant of Guidon, has been serv- ing on lti<j jury tliiH an i Ust week. — Keep youi'eye on ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

r m? i' .^XD- sont liomo with the Thcno aiv the item*: C,:ti n : <\nf tin*** Makin? on«* dn *« Trtmmin s* Cuilliur Hack and o\or*kirl Buttons hi] I M;wluvl f * >> > 0) • 0* I «M Pure Blood . . , .i . 4, ® vvHTHrWi-} ■ • m.tn. ,i. fust across the PIIOXSO hail a ack ca .h- liiere ilross. Mrs. Jonti was in the habit of having new dresses. It was a weakness of hers. But as Mr. Jones was rich, anil could pay for all she bought, of course it was nobody's busi- ness. street from Mrs. s I Jones lived Mrs. Kufus Brown. The ladies had been schoolgirls together, and had been married about the same time, both of them to poor men. Mr. Jones had shot far ahead of Mr Urown in the money-making race, and a government contract had made a rich man of him. Poor Mr. Brown, unfortunately, had a conscience con- tinually pulling him up short, and in his business ho was honest, and in consequence his wife could not have so many new dresses as Mrs. Jones. This fact was a source of great afflictio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

Fall Moon. February, 1 Still, is referred to l>y astronomoru us "the month without a fuil inoon." January and March of that your bad each two full nioona. while tint iiiterinudiuto month did not havo one. Suyw a writter in ©an an- tronoiuical journal, referring to this fact: "Do you realize what a rare thing in nature it was? It baa not bapjiened before since the begicning of the Christian era, or probably s ince the creution of the world! It will not occur again, according to the compu- tations of the astronomer royal of Kngland. for -howlong do jxu think? Not until after i.\o0J,000 years from ISM." * <i hk i out or siyrht. There is a rumor in St. Petersburg that Hubinsteiii committed suicide iu •rder to escape from tho complete loss of oye&ight which threatened him. It is hoped this is not true. No nan has a right to take and end his life that was given him to keep and make useful. Kubinstein should have remembered tha cheerful example of the great Africo-Americano piani...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 15 March 1895

PRANCE'S PRESIDENT. PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CHIEF MAGISTRATE. BLUE EYED CATS, Ho Megan I.I re A* • Poor Youth at Or- diuary ToU—HU Journey to Wealth and Power Heart With Many VIclMl- lutlea—An Knfllik Scholar. aecond-rate man. HE NEW PRESl- dent of France, M. Felix Faure. will be a lucky man If he succeeds, as It Is hoped, however, that he will suc- ceed, In occupying h 1 a presidential chair for seven years, the duration of the constitution- al term. He 1b rep- resented as being a at least In politics; but Carnot was not a first-rate politi- cian or statesman, and still he was a good President, since he confined him- self within his quiet role of a figure- head, which Is the only one left to the supreme magistrate by the French con- stitution. It la true that political pas- sions and socialist aspirations have been lately at the white heat point in France, and that M. Felix Faure will have to face more difficulties than his predecessors. A writer in Harper's says that unles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

TRIBUNE. VOL. I. PALO PINTO, TEXAS, FB1DAY, APRIL 5, 1895. NO. 4. A ROYAL PROGRESS. ] SOVEREIGN ARMSTRONG VlSIT- 1NC HIS DOMINIONS^ lie Seek! tin Cauae of tha tireat Dlatraat of Hla Knipln, Traveling I.lke Ilaroun Al Raaehld. Unattended and Incognito, from Place to Place. A good king is interested in the general welfare of his dominions. The fortunes of his subjects are with him a matter of unceasing solicitude; and between the affairs of stato a wise and virtuous monarch will show an ■equal, if not greater concern for those less glorious, but more useful pursuits which engage the masses of bis subjects, and upon which depend at last the strength and permanency of empire—agriculture and its kin- dred occupations. He will have oc- casions of pomp and pagontry and the vanity that indulges itself in the re- view of armies glittering in gold and silver, and rich with the spoils of fifty fields will be pardoned if ever and anon the royal eye is directed in parental solicitudo to those ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

A itNiUr; or l>*llr Hip|>inlo| fraa Varleu* Hi>urc* The following table, furnished by tbe Galveston Har 1'ilot's association, ibowa the depths of water found in the ship channel over Galveston bar during one week: Sunday March 17 — 17 feet 3 inches; Monday, March 1H— 17 feet; Tuesday, March —17 feet 2 inches; Wednesday, March 20—15 feet U inches; Thursday, March 21— 16 feet 9 inches; Friday, March 22 — 16 feet 9 inches; Saturday, March 23 —17 foet. On Wednesday, the 20th, only 15 feet 9 inches was found. This 'low depth the pilots attribute to the ,fact that a strong northwest wind was blowing, under the influences of which tbe water was forced out of the bay and an extremely low tide naturally resulted. The dam that will store 1,000,000,090 gallons of water in the Kim fork trib- utary to the city waterworks is com- plete and the city engineer says it will last for all time, such being tho solidity of tbe work. The gate will be closed in a few days ar.d the water ;will then...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

CAPITAL'S VICTORIES. ARE LIKE THOSE OF PYRRHUS OF OLD. A Few More of Them autl the Whole structure of Corporate Wealth Will Crumble to Rulnn—An Knrouwglug Feature of the Labor Crlal*. When the great Pyrrhus went to war with the Romans ho learned what real fighting was. He defeated one great Priny, bnt his own losses were so great that he exclaimed, "Another such vic- tory and I am ruined!" Tho most bril- liant of capital's victories nowadays are P/rrhic ones. An economic despotism sustained by the military, which is the form of government we live under, must, in the nature of things, go the w .y of all other desoptisms. The pro- cerus is hastened with us by the seething discontent engendered by every recur- ring dispute of the laborer with the capitalist. Every Btrike that fails breeds enemies of our social system. The working classes are forced to see how little there is for them in the insti- tutions under which we live. The cler- gy prosper, the military prosper, the capitalist p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

* kt* 11 , ' -f /: Look Out For Squalls! and D. M. HOWARD'S Mammoth Stock of Sring- and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing1. Boots, Shoes, Notions and Dress Goods. Everything Sold Cheaper than Ever. The Palo Pinto Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. WALLACE, Editor. Subscription Price, $1.00 a Year in Advance PALO PINTO. TEX., APRIL, 6, 1896. The Knights of Pythias will* meet ill boDciav* at Houston the 14th inst. The question ot moving the county «eat from Palo Pinto, is being con. aiderablj agitated over the county. The small-pox scare and also the «mall-pox, has about subsided throughout the state. Only one case lelt at Taylor. The recent effort to rob the truin near Somerset, Ky., was the greatest «uccesfl ot the season. -Three of the Robbers were killed, aud the train kept the money. Owing to the attempted assassination of peace envoy Li Hung Cbang of China, Japan has ordered all warlike operations in China to cease until peaoe negotiations are concluded. the reformers'were tired, au...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

PALO PINTO. TK.V, APRIL. 5. I#<5 Entered at the postotnee in Palo fm Texas. as second class matter. Local Matters — b. JE. Alaybew is on tbe uick lint. —Di'fl, Raines and McCruckon attended court Wednesday. —The County Alliance meets at tiauio to day. —S. M. Jeter and L A, McCollia- ter were up lrom Gordon Tuesday. —Monday last, W. A. Edgin sold at «sti ay sale, three Load of borses for $19. Bud Buchanan of Brazos, died last Saturday of nuralgia of the heart. —Fresh Groceries, Quocnsware, Ac., at Gogdell Bros., Mu eral Well* —The new store ol Eades & Withers, is now opcu tor bumnotjs, —Dr. Lasster and T. M, Stuart of Santo, were in Palo Piulo Tuesday, —Try Plain Sifter Patent flour. Sold only bv Oogdell Bros,, Mineral Wells, Texas., M. H. Blue has bought the livery stable of S, S. Greer, aud will con- tinue the business. —A bright newsy communication from Oran this week. We bopo N O. Democrat will write often. —When at ibe Wells, be^aure and £0 to Cogdell Bros, for bargaiu* i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

DAIRY AND POULTRY. f s t w INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. H Successful Farmers Operate This Department of the Homestead—Hints Aa to the Care of Lire Stock and Coallrj. A New York Poultrjman. At the Wisconsin Round-up institute held at Monroe last week, C. E. Chap- man, of Peruvllle, New York, made an address on poultry raising. He is a young man and has been in the busi- ness but a few years, but he exhibits the true Instincts of a business-like poultryman. Only about six years ago he began to keep poultry. His first move in the business was to redu.i. everything to figures, to know just how many he had, how much they cost, how much feed they consumed, how many eggs they laid, and bow great the profits on all his fowls and on each fowl. It may be an encouragement to our poultry-loving readers to know his record for one year. We will take the year 1890, which he began with 600 hens, partly brown and partly white leghorns. He has settled down to the Leghorn fowls, believi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

Notlct. ! want ««ry man and woman In tha {United Htfttes who nre interested in the opium and whisky hnliits to httve one oi liny books on these diseases. Addres , B. 1*1. Woolley, Atlanta, ( box 377, and oue J will be bant you tree. So:ne | o lc th nk they are safe as long Ins they.tiUiipoi i uvarvthing. ClAIiKS 'nVOLOYERS.! W. LRouclas $ 3_s hoeri? is; 3. CORDOVAN, FRENCH A ENAMELLED CALF. Fine Calf&Kangarqql ^3.50 POLICE,3 SOLES, ^♦2.W0RKINGME|/S -EXTRA FINE- S2.*l75BOYS'SCHOOLSHfla • LADIES • SEND FOR CATALOCUE /'La'DOUGLAfl* bro c KTON..MASS Over Ono Million People wear tho W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes ere equally satisfactory They give tho best value for the monoy. They equal custom shoes In style and fit. Their wearing qualities rre unsurpassed. The prices ore uniform,—stamped on solflu Prom $i to .«? flnvd over other makes If your dealer cannct suoalv vouwocan. The?® [salterns retail in fat-hion btwar* and xtoree for 2.r to 40 cents each, but In order to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 5 April 1895

ft $ T1 ,".p f r,\ ['P| .T P tVv r k I Uu:Kiur £. Ofifl th< li>u -r "WIUJi" a JP- - "iWu* tua^ F :i * .'<iu mjfclL T mate u.r tw t ur tUL Tur !> *• atrlft. i ->iJ< w uf troii re k«j r •xm ■«3 £"> OklXCEs tlgi.: m'-trnl. *x>3 I*"i >"♦ . i n HZNTC OF THE TTit-) tetsg Ehci at steMat Hx&tnl&f ««e4 war tbe roots rf Cl^ac:' Th t' wSai Ricfcard E rfe*TOAii Bay* can t* toot. *cd Post- r^i'« Befdnc i fcl convert, says tbe Chicago Trlb- tmf. If lb* weather er*T moderates Mr. H^mrxg aoi Mr. Sberman expect to -vk-5 within two weeks. It experixoent to be tried prores • faraeu the poMtbllltiea of the **'m will be large In the dinfctlon of f ^rovetoest la city and suburban mail --sifc~-tv.nl and delivery and the trans- l>>rtauoa of mails to and from the £rf>scc4Bce to the railway stations. It Is within the scope of possibilities, Post- master H«*ing says, that all the mall fctiiii wwuid be tlie G and H rtuii « be divlOed Into w- tactt compartments Uirouf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

PALO VOL. I. PALO PINTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. NO. 5. O * A ROYAL PROGRESS. SOVEREIGN ARMSTBNG VISIT- ING HIS DOMINIONS. I if lie Seek* the Causa or tl>« lireat Dlalnu ot Hia Klllpirc, Traveling l'tko Huromi At Ra.ohWJ, laattmded and Incognito, Irom Plane to I'laixi. A torchlight procession is worth more to a party than a hundred ora- tions from the stump. The southern demagogue has led tho southern peo- ple through repeated political disas- ter and diagracc, by constantly pict- uring to them in his public harangues the pensioned federal soldier. The rariff and a scurrilous abuse of his po- litical opponents play merely the part of variegation. The numerous parties into which the people are divided, have not arisen out of a difference of opinion on matters of abstract political 4<:ionce. Mill, Adam Smith and even ihe great Jefferson, by whoso name so many swear, are sealed books', though written in their mother idiom, to the crowds that howl themselves hoarse in'mecha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

* i CONSOLIDATION TALK. A MEMBER WANTS WHAT THE COMMISSION U Reported to Have Fuld In Writing— Law* Mgnedand Uailziiod by tb Cover- ■ar—U«u;b Klecied Speaker Pro Tom for TbU W«ib Austin, Tox., April 8.—The rail- road commission was quoted in the house Saturday as havir.g unofficially stated there was no objection to the bill then pending to authorise the consolidation of the Houston and Texas Central, tho tort Worth and New Caieans and the Austin and North western. A member wanted the statement in writing, signed by the commission. There might be much trouule when the campaign is on aod this bid becomes a political issue in hunting down the evidence, but if written it would be plain sail- ing. It the commission expresses an opinion on such questions, there- by influencing votes, why not write them down.' Their opin- ions on such legislation ought to have great weight and would do much, if adopted, to take both tho railroad and trie, commission out of politics. It was peculiar that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

industrial legion CIHCULAR NO. 1 FROM NATION- AL HEADQUARTERS. roll Instructions to Member* of the m Order—The CaU for Minute Men—To Win the Battle We Must l e Well Organized. The National Industrial legion at Its nunual meeting, held with Reform Press association at Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 22, 1895, elected the folowing offi- cer/! for two years: Paul VanDervoort, commander, Oma- ha, Neb. Frank 3urket, vice commander, Okolona, Miss. 3. A. Edgerton, adjutant general, Lincoln, Neb. Milton Park, quartermaster general, Dallas, Texas. W. S. Morgan, sentinel. Hardy, Ark. Kxetutlve Council. Geo. F. Washburn, Boston, Mass. Thomas V. Cator, San Francisco, Col. •lohn W. Moakler, Denver, Colo. Rev. J. D. Botkin, Eldorado, Kan. Arthur Rozelie, Tarkio, Mo. Headquarters will continue at Oma- ha for the present at 1110 South Thirty- aeeond street, and all mail and appli- cations for charter should be addressed to Paul VanDervoort. The resolution adopted by the na- tional committee at St Louis, Dec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

if H * % 11 i! I I' If I ! # # Look Out For Squalls! and D. M. HOWARD'S Mammoth Stock of Sring and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Notions and Dress Goods. Everything Sold Cheaper than Ever. Tho Palo Pinto Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. WALLACE. Editor. Subscription Price, $1.00 a Tear in Advance PALO PINTO. TEX., APRIL. 12, 1896 THE DATE FOR EASTER "Thirty day hath September," Every person can remember Bat to know when Barter's come, Puzzles even scholars some. Whan Msrch the twenty-first is passed. Just watch the silvery moon, ' And when you see it full and rovnd, Know Easter'U be here soon. After the moon has reached its full, Then Easter will oe here The very Sunday after, In each and every year. And if it hap on Sunday The moon ahouid reach its height. The Sunday following this event Will Be the Easter bright.— lificatea do not draw interest, but are used 88 bank reserves and can be >i etl as currency. This eradicate holds about $4,000,000 of these certifica...

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