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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 21 The 44 Ad." of ~5 * Geo. K. McMechen, Son & Co., of Wheeling, West Va. Will Occupy this Space, Preservers of Choice * Fruits in Glass & Tin. The Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. is Agent for these EX- TINGUISH- ERS. THE GLIPPER FIRE EXTINGUISHER. This machine generates a Chemical" Compound that is death to (ire. It is theonly reliable invention that will protect agrsinst Are at moderate cost, it has been endorsed as entirely practical by leading- Insur- ance Companies and fire Departments and adopted by many leading manu- facturen as the cheapest ¡; nd best protection. SAFE, DURABLE, CHEÍP. No man in business who has his best interests at heart can afford to be without it. while for ¿Sinners it is absolutely in- dispensable. So simple that it can be worked by man, wo- man or child. 4> nnraiilecf! as re pre scute.: or money re- , funded. Circular free. Ad- dress the manufacturers. F5LIN & ORENDORFF CO., JALLAS, TEXAS. .♦icufpf* MOST CONVEN- I...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

22 THE TEXAS MINER* PRICE BROS. & CO., evansville, ind. MANUFACTURES- * Beds, Bureaus, Dressers, and all kinds ^ -x>f Tables. Prices from 6oc to $30. Write for Catalogue and Price List. Why is delicious coffee a rare lux- ,—p. ury? Because you do not use the I up right coffee and make it properly, j/ Everybody can enjoy this luxury by Great ge,""s /^nircc- BLANKE'S PATENT DRIP SAVIR. —-COFFEEPOT, And using Blanke's Pulveri led Cof- fee. Two Pound of this Coffee used _ in this Pot will make more and bet- ter Coffee than will three Pound of 1 ordinary ground Coffee in any otLsr Pot. This is a big saving, and will pay you to investigate.. For sale by the TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & HFQ, CO. Manufactured and put up by the C. F. BLANKE TEA & COFFEE CO., St. Louis, U. S. A. BLAfSKES h. morris. frank kahn. l. morris. H. MORRIS St BRO„ MANUFACTURERS Jeans Clothing, WORKINGMEN'S PANTS. Will Not Rip. Double seamed and Hand Tacked. 30 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. Handled by Texas Pac...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 23 'c ® oc, Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES,, DRY * GOODS, — • • «'<• -í Hillinery, Hardware, Drugs, Produce, PROVISIONS AND FEED. You will Find on hand At all times In our Different Departments Every article (|g Usually found(|§ In any First-class Store. OUR GOODS ARE ALWAYS OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND OUR PRICES LOWER THAN THE SAME GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT FOR ELSE= WHERE IN THE STATE. ¡J I rouble WE DEFY COMPETITION EITHER AS TO Questions, And a Pleasur = OR IF IT IS YOUR DESIRE TO BUY THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY, COME AND SEE US AND SATISFY YOUR OWN MIND BY A PERSONAL INSPECTION. If you don't See what you Want, ask For it. WE BUY 0 9 • • • Of every kind, paying for same full market Value in cash. M 7ÍLL ME nSK IS 7X F7SIR TRI7ÍL, ♦ Feeling Confident we Can Satisfy the Most Skeptical loss m 5a lm m

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

24 THE TEXAS MINER. M WHY IS THE !®! Texas Brewing Company's Beer THE BEST THAT IS BREWED? *• AND - Why do Our Texas Judges of Beer Pronounce It the Best ? —I BECAUSE i=== nun* pTH, rEMS/ I I I 1 ¥ 1st. The Artesian Water they use is the finest, softest water in the United States; and, 2d. Because the Malt used cannot be excelled; and, 3d. Because the machinery is of the latest pattern; and, 4th. Because the Brewer employed has no superior; and, 5th. Because every attention is paid to the most minute detail in the process of manufacture; and, 6th. Because the cooling proc ss is simply perfect, and 7th. Because the storage vaults are the best that can be constructed; and, 8th. Because the cars in which it is conveyed to the con- sumer do not have to travel several hun- dreds of miles in the hot sun before they reach the dealer; and, 9th. Because, generally, the shipping car can start from the Brewery at night and reach the Beer Depot the next morning. The above are the different "bec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1895. NO. 18. FLASHES OT^ THOUGHT. When desperate ills demand . speedy cure, Distrust is cowardice, and prudence folly. -[Dr. Johnson. Be wise today; 'tis madness to defer; Next day the fatal precedent will plead; Thus on, till wisdom is push'd out of life. [Young. I do not love thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why I cannot tell; But this alone I know full well, I do not love thee, Doctor Fell. —[Tom Brown. The sense of death is most in apprehension; And the poor beetle, that we tread upon, In corporal sufferance finds a pang as great As when a giant dies. —[Shakspeare. Death is the privilege of human nature; And life without it were not worth our taking. Thither the poor, the pris'ner, and the mourner Fly for relief, and lay their burdens down. The prince, who kept the world in awe, The judge, whose dictate fix'd the law, The rich, the poor, the great, the small, Are level'd : death confounds 'em all. [Rowe. -[Gay. In each cheek appears a pret...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

2 THE TEXAS MINER. A. _ garet Bottome is known throughout the United States. She is at the head of the King's Daughters, an organization of self- sacrificing women who live to lighten the burdens of the heavy laden. They are doing much good in New York. When a ship is launched in this country a bottle of wine*is broken upon her prow. They have a prettier as .well as a more significant custom in Japan, where a cage of different kinds of birds is provided, and as the ship begins 4o move the birds are liberated, flying to all parts of the compass, and typifying the nature of commerce far better than a bottle of wine. A wedding of rare occurrence will soon take place in Brook- lyn when ^-Alderman Daniel McGrath will take a second wife and their ceremonials will be immediately followed at the same altar under ministration of the same clergyman by the marriage of his son to a Brooklyn lady, and then of his daughter to a Brooklyn gentleman. The toast at the wedding feast may well be, "Long...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. WHO ISS ID? Who has a birt kage on his hedt ? A bet tig on his hand ? Who vears a cot-vish down in frond Before der bik grant stant ? Who gifs der ball von dam bik tvist, Unt maigs id valse in air. So, ven der padder hids id hart— Der sheebskin ish nod dere ? Who ven der padder bangs der ball Unt on his stimach schlides, Comes down on him mit Trilby feet Unt puts him oudt pesides ? Der kedaer! Der pidcher! Fuerst paseman Who taigs hot liners—kedges fliess— Iss always oud of blace ? Who blays left fieldt, und cender fieldt, Righd fieldt und zecondt bast ? Der schord Who iss id, ven der game iss tie, Don'd know vat he'ss aboud? Und ven der home team maigs er hid Teklares "der striker's oud ?" sdob Der umbire ! Who vands to preag dot umbire's neg Und kig his lungs off, too ? Who neffer pays, but kigs und tells Der blayers vat ter do ? Der rooter ! -[New York Herald. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES. Fort Worth, May 13, 1895. Editor Texas Miner: Capt. Ben Yowell, special agent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McADAMS Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00. Single Copies 5c. Advertising Rates made known on application to the Business Office. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Entered at the Post-Office in Thurber, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. Thurber, Texas, Saturday, May 18, 1895. THE OUTLOOK. AT the present time it would seem as though it was a fore- gone conclusion that a very large percentage of the Dem- ocratic party are opposed to President Cleveland's mono- metal views, and that they will not sustain him; that at least 60 per cent., and more than likely 80 per cent., of the delegates at the next Democratic convention -for nominating a candidate for President will be in favor of the free coinage of silver. If that should be so, of course the platform will be made unequivocally in favor, and the candidates who are nominated will be known to favor legislation favorable to free coinage of silver. If that is done, and the Republicans should t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. WHY PRICES DECLINE. IN an article in the October Forum upon '-The Downfall of Certain Financial Fallacies," Mr. David A. Wells denies that the appreciation of gold had caused the general decline of prices of commodities. It is hardly necessary to explain that a certain theory is not a "fallacy" because Mr. Wells gives it that name, or that a theory has encountered "downfall" simply be- cause he thinks he has disproved it. In this particular case some of the highest authorities maintain the doctrine repudiated by Mr. Wells. Mr. Goschen, late chancellor of the British ex- chequer, for example, said, so long ago as 1883: "The fall of prices comes from the rise of gold." Lord Beaconsfield said in 1879: "Gold is every day appreciating in value, and as it ap- preciates in value the lower become prices." Sir W. Houlds- worth, British delegate to the Brussels International Monetary Conference, said: "It is said that the appreciation of gold has never been proved. If there h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

6 THE TEXAS MINER- A KENTUCKIAN GONE WRONG. THE New York Mercury says: "One of the most painful sights within reach of the people's vision just now is that of John Griffin Carlisle eating his own words, dodging his own arguments and hanging to the coattails of Grover Cleveland, John Sherman and the money sharks of Wall and Lombard streets. He is old enough to know better. "For years he was a free coinage man, eloquent and loyal. Once he made a masterly speech in the Federal House of Rep- resentatives in which he denounced the Republican leaders for allying their party with the goldites and for attempting to en- graft upon the country a policy that would destroy one-half of our metalic redemption money. "But behold him now, this great Kentuckian, the product of a commonwealth which has never had a thought or drawn a breath in sympathy with plutocracy ! He is apparently a victim of the goldbug razzle-dazzle; evidently has been hypnotized by Sven- gali Cleveland and is no longer able t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 scrap to much. I o accomplish any good, every workingman and every friend of the workingman must stand together in this great fight, discountenance any and every attempt to create strife and division in the ranks. By so doing we can roll up a majority in November, 1896, that will shake the foundations of Wall and Lombard streets. A Coal Digger. WHAT A WHOPPER, ELI ! ELI PERKINS, in an article from which he sent us a clip- ping, says: "I went down into Mexico and found that they have the same debased money that they have in China, Japan, South America and all Africa and India. I found that every Mexican had lost half his wealth." Oh, fie, Eli. What a whopper ! We have just returned from Mexico, and while there had exceptional opportunities to know the facts—and know that exactly the reverse is the case; that Mexico is in a better condition to-day than she ever was, and making greater progress. Some one has fooled you, Eli, and if your statements about China, Japan ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

8 THE TEXAS MINER. 6.75 against 6.81 at the beginning of the week to 7.31 same week last year. Pork is slightly lower, closing at 13.25 against 13.50 and 13.75 same time last year. Coffee remains steady at 16 cents against 16.50 same time last year. Sales of wool are large, prices are low and large stocks of foreign are held here which have a depressing effect on prices. Hides and'feather are tending upward,which affects the boot and shoe trade and prices are materially higher, $3 per case more being demanded for kip and one more for split boots than last year, while for split and all-grain shoes orders are now light with $1.15 asked for shoes which sold last year for 87 cents. Large orders are refused at less than 15 to 30 cents a pair advance in women's grain and buff shoes, and manufacturers claim that the advance in price of grain leather makes this grade of goods cost at least 22 cents more a pair. Men's boots and shoes selling last year at 85 cents are said to yield no profit ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 9 EDUCATIONAL AND RELIGIOUS. by a. s. masters. Wm. Young was down from Mineral City Saturday. Prayer meeting at Union church ever Wednesday night. John Blackstock and family left for Bridgeport last week. Mrs. Tom Dabbs and Mrs. John Edwards visited in Gordon this week. Prayer meeting at the home of Mr. John Scroggins next Mon- day night. Rev. I. E. Hightower filled his regular appointment here Sat- urday and Sunday. Rev. John McCall, Presbyterian, will preach at Union church Sunday and Sunday night. Doc Stuart and family left for Bridgeport Thursday. We re- gret to lose such an estimable family. The Epworth League organized a literary society Sunday evening, and will meet every Tuesday night at Union church. Miss Cena Clark entertained a host of her friends at her home Monday night. Quite an enjoyable time was had by all present. The Epworth League will give an ice cream supper Tuesday night, May 21, at the residence of Mrs. Jim Howard for the benefit of the league...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

10 THE TEXAS MINER. in your homes will beat hired newspapers away out of sight. If we will "talk" and keep talking, money bags won't be in it. Dr. J. P. Munn sends through The Miner his kind regards to Col. Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Ward. The doctor says, relative to our congratulations as to his becoming one of the board of directors of the Texas & Pacific Railway company, that it must be a pretty strong corporation if it can stand that addition. No, doctor, not that way; it's another spoke in the wheel of "The Old Reliable." Some Queries : Ask (!apt. Lightfoot if he really saw two rabbits.—Ask Peter Cooper if he can make wheels, and if it was himself or Capt. Lightfoot that fell out of bed, and if he knows who it was mistook a windmill for a church steeple Ask Dave Roark and Charley Gilbert if they really walked from Stephen- ville.—Ask Doc Binney if he piloted the crowd home over the "Long Horn" route—Ask Jim Matthews if he got lost in Huckaby.—Ask Pete Cooper and Peter Frank w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. II 3nbcx to Display Cftixrtisements. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Page. W. T. League, Fort Worth J2 Cook & Vincent, Stephenville 22 BUTCHERS' SUPPLIES. Gus V. Brecht Butchers' Supply Company, St. Louis 19 HATS AND CAPS. Ballard, Webb & Burnett, Dallas 15 White, Branch & McConkin, St. L 20 Rainwater-Donoghy Hat Co., St. Louis ' ]9 CLOTHING. Ohio Suspender Co., Mansfield, Ohio 21 A. & L. August, Fort Worth 12 Washer Bros., Fort Worth 13 Peter A. Casey & Co., St. Louis 13 C. P. Kellogg & Co., Chicago 2C Less Bros. & Co., St. Louis 19 M. Born & Co., Chicago 19 H. Morris & Bro., Memphis 22 Epstein-Rosenberg Co., St. Louis. 15 DRUGS. J. W. Crowdus Drug Co., Dallas 22 John Wyeth & Bro., Philadelphia 15 Botanic Medicine Co., New York. 15 H. W. Williams & Co., Ft. Worth 15 Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis. 13 Texas Drug Co., Dallas 17 C. W. Connery, Fort Worth .... 22 DRY GOODS. Ely & Walker. St. Louis 21 Clark's Mile-End Spool Cotton, New...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

12 THE TEXAS MINER. When in need of ••• THILOR MRDE ••• Clothing READY MADE SUITS, # FINE # UNDERWEAR Hosiery, Neckwear AND HITS, Send your orders to us. Self-xneas- nrments sent on application. Suits made to order from $15 to $30 A SUIT. Pants made to order from K. St L. HUGUST, $4 to $9. CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS Fort Worth, Tex. We Have For Sale AT A FAVORABLE POINT, A RANCH AND A HERD Of Improved Cattle. The book count is about 23,000 cows, about 1000 heifers, 1 and 2 year old; about 6000 steers, l's, 2's, 3's and up; about 1000 bulls, about 3000 calves, branded this year; about 200 horses; farm implements, etc., etc.; over 7000 acres of land in fee; 11 miles of river, bolh sides can be fenced, and springs besides the river water; two good ranch houses, barns, corals, etc. Anyone meaning business and wishing further particulars, can apply to the Editor of THE TEXAS MINER, Thurber, Erath County, Texas. JJ VITCHER, ► 5- 9- SHD IRONS, THI7VTBLG SKEINS HND CHSTINGS OF 75LL KINDS. ...TYL...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINEK. 13 "A tastily, well dressed man wields more influence, than the same man slovenly dressed." Washer Brothers, 71AIN ST., FORT WORTH, « /■*«_• i_ i .hepiteiw fr<? /irtists ll) WEN'S DRESS. I No tailors in this country can fur- nish Neater, Bet- ter Fitting . FINE • CLOTHING A GREAT COMBINE e • 0 • • MINERS' SUNSHINE ^upioi? Oil, V "A THAN WE DO We do please the most fastidious gentlemen in their garments. We also carry a very large stock of Ready hi.ade Clobl)ii)^ AT PRICES SO LOW, THEY CANNOT BE BEATEN. e Understand Our Business, and ttend to It, and Believe in Quick -Sales and Small Profits COME AND SEE US. i. p. waüd. d. j. edmonds. j. c. bottton. Waud, Edmonds & Bouton, Public Accountants and Auditors, We have known one of the above firm for twenty-five years, and he understands book-keeping- as thoroughly as any man on this conti- nent— and besides, he is thoroughly reliable, fair and just.—[Editor. Members of the Amer- ican and English asso- ciations of p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

14 THE TEXAS MINER ask i-FARGO SHOES r$2.50^ CALF SHOE •C-H-F&Co- •CHICAGO- 4 AT THE = I i Texas Pacific Mercan= ! tile & Mfg. Co., i THURBER, TEX. LADIES' BOOT. -C-H-FACo- ¡ -CHICAGO- ij HEARN, PETTY & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Rough and Dressed Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lnmber, TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. - Railroad Timbers and Ties a Specialty. Robertsville, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana. l?e grau^lers INSURANCE CO. BECAUSE PERFECT BAKING POWDER. Strong, Economical, PURE Full TRADE HEALTHFOL Weigh,, Texas Pacific Mercantile and Manufacturing Company Sole Agents. Try it # Satisfaction Ouarateed. J. E. MITCHELL The JEWELER OF FORT WORTH Will Occupy THIS SPACE. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy 75, 77, 79,81 & 83 So. Peters, ) 57, 59, 61,63 & 65 Fulton Sts., Branch Factory Opp. 74, 76 & 78 So. Peters, j „ A . ind 11, 13, & 15 Commerce Sts. P. 0. Box 701, j Orleans, La. To Miners t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 15 HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT © BELTON © Poultry Yards and Kennels BELTON, BELL COUNTY, J, C. COLLINS & SON, TEXAS. PROPR'S. breeders or SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS, Silver= Laced Wyandotts, Buff Cochins, Pekin Ducks. Scotch Collie and St. Bernard (crossed) Dogs, And Registered Berkshire Hogs. 'We have nothing in our breeding pens that scores less than 90 Points, and several 93 and 94. WE HAVE QUITE A NICE LOT OF GOOD BREEDING STOCK! (Leghorns.) Not scoring 90 points, that we will sell at from $1.50 to $2.00 Each for Hens AND $2.50 to $3.00 for Cocks. EXHIBITION BIRDS, A HATTER OF CORRESPONDENCE. Leghorn Eggs, $2.00 per 13. Wyandotte Eggs, $3.00 per 13. Buff Cochin Eggs, $3.00 per 13. Pekin Duck Eggs, $2.00 per 11. Eggs shipped in light baskets and fowls in light, canvas coops. WRITE FOR WANTS. J. C.. Collins & Son. AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS MILLAR'S: • •• pepai^Spiees s at WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO, 1893. Something Novel! • • • Sifting Top! Preservative P...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 May 1895

THE TEXAS MINER Roethlisberger & Gerber, 22 & 24 River Street, CHICAGO, —Importers of and Dealers in -n Foreign and Domestic « 5 Domestic Swiss Cheese and ^-Brick Cheese a Specialty. Sold by Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. ® MADE IN AMERICA BY AMERICA WORKMEN. ® I V. B. CUTLERY. ABsei2tírEi2Y THE RIGHEST l- quality. s Garlington & Montgomery, Wholesale Dealebs in OMM1SSION MERCHANTS FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. 1621 and 1623 Main St., 1620 and 1622 Rusk St., Ft. Worth, Texas. Wholesale -..YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. Dry Qoods, puri}isl?ir}<¿ Qoods, Boots, §l?oe5 ai}d J^ats, u/l?i<;}? u/e offer tl?e Trade as lou; as ai>y l^ouse ii? ti?e Qouptry. We Carry a Complete Line of aM * SANGER BROS. | Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co., Chicago, III. Sold by Texas Pacific M. & M. Co. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and New York. S6IDENBERG 5t GO'S ••a- • GISARS • Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California J)Iid Winter Exposition. Office and Salesro...

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