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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINEK. 13 SPENCER'S CHLORAMINE PASTILLES. FOB THE CUBE OF Hoarsness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Cough, and Other Derangements of the Breathing Tubes and Lungs. These are absolutely the most pleasant and efficacious Pastilles yet introduced for the relief of the various disorders of the respiratory organs, induced by the •changeableness of the climate. As the name implies, the principal ingredient of these Pastilles is Muriate of Ammonia, which is itself a valuable remedy for the cure of many bronchial ■affections, and is here associated with other medicines, having a powerful •calmative influence over the mucous membrane of the respiratory tubes, there- by adding effectiveness to the Pastilles and extending their range of usefulness. . influenza, hoarseness, soreness of throat, or any irritation of the throat aris- ing from cold, will almost invariably be relieved by the use of a few of the tablets. For clearing and strengthing the voice, they will be found very -serviceable...

Publication Title: Texas Miner, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

14 THE TEXAS MINER Roethlisberger & Gerber, 22 & 24 River Street, ^^CHICAGO, m Importers of and Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Domestic Swiss Cheese and ^Brick Cheese a Specialty. Sold by Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. ® MADE IN AMERICA BY AMERICAN WORKMEN. © ABS012ÜTEI2Y the righest QUALITY. # 0. V. B. CUTLERY. Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold by Texas Pacific M. & 31. Co. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and New York. S6IDENBERG « CO'S •Vi- • CIGARS • Mt)* Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California Mid Winter Exposition. Office and Salesrooms: 1st Ave. & 74th St., New York. Wholesale. .YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. Dry Qoods, purr?isl?ir}<¿ Coods, Boots, Sf?oes ai}d fíats, we offer tl?e Jrade as lou; as ar?y tyouje ir) tf?e <?oü9try. A'trial # SANGER BROS, f DTAELXLAA5S- o We Carry a Complete Line of SC0. ANTQN & BRQ., LzAMPS. Office andTactory, Park Avenue, P. O. Box 64. flONONQAHELA CITY, Pa. U (f) D D O X U) mm...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 15 THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., . . . Importers and Jobbers of . . . Dry Qoods ai?d JNÍotiops Cor. 8th and Main Sts.. Fort Worth, Tex. & m « SD cu (T) RAINWATER=DONOGHY HAT CO., WHOLESALE (Successors to C. C. Rainwater Hat Co.) RATS, GAPS, STRAW S00DS, LABIES' HATS ANB GLQVES. Nos. 511 & 513 Washington Ave., ST. LOU IS. A First-Class Quality of Sausage can only be made by using a ^"STRICTLY PURE SPICE SEASONING. The Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. use it and buy it from the GUS V. BRECHT BUTCHERS SUPPLY CO., 1201=1211 Cass Ave., St. Louis, Mo. The largest Manufacturers, Dealers and Importers of Butchers, Packers and Sausage Maker's Machinery, Appliances, Casings, Spices, Tools and Fixtures in the world. P. C. MURPHY TRUNK CO., The Largest Manufacturers of Trunks and Traveling Goods Try our Celebrated, PEACOCK FLOUR, Manufactured by The Salina Mill & Elevator Co., Salina, Kansas. Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co., Soie Agents. Call for it. E. B. Ha...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

16 THE TEXAS MINER For the Economy of the Household, -<c==-and the Happiness of the Family, A Good Cooking Stove ls Indispensable. While you are getting one it is as well to get the best. The Excelsior Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo., make them, and the Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. sell them. The "CHARTER OAK," first and foremost, and the Messenger—Sterling and Mabel, all full value for the money asked for them. When the time comes to use a heating stove ask to see the [róndale, Wasp and Almo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. M. L. HARRIS, Traveling Salesman for White, Branch & McConkin, 807 and 809 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, nissouri, * WHOLESALE m .HATS and GLOVES. The "BEAVER HAT" . . . Quality Guaranteed . . . For Sale by T. P. Mercantile & Mfg. Co., Buy Clothing Marked u C. P. K. CO.," The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated "Little Admiral" and "Little Stayer," —(Child's Saits,)— Double seat and knee...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 17 CELEBRATED SHOES. mm HANDLED BY THE TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MFG. CO. Cameron Mill § Elevator Co., Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST iMMKi TO WEALTH! I * mM AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Beware of imitations. Be sure to get the original. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS. AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS MILLAR'S: • •• pepap^Spiees -AT WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO, 1893. Something Novel! • • • Sifting Top! Preservative Package! Ready for use IN KITCHEN OR DINING ROOH. Buyers and consumers render the same verdict. The most desirable ' 'ready-for-use'' package ever placed on the market. MILLAR'S PENANG SPICES. Take no other kind. When clerks tell you something elseia just as good, tel them there aint any other ' 'just as good.'' • ROASTEB G0FFEE. « TVe are now operating a Coffee Roasting De- partment for the purpose of supplying the Texas Trade with...

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

18 THE TEXAS MINER L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Engines, Boilers and Hoisting Machinery, . . . Mine, Mill, Machinists' . . . Blacksmith and Foundry Supplies, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Belting, Hose and Packing. 810 n. 2nd street, st. louis, mo, t> i corrugtaed iron, ^ * V Crimped Roofing, 1 *• Pressed Standing Seam, * OUl Steel Brick Siding AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies OF E. E. SOUTHER IRON CO., 932, 934, 936, IN. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. LIQUORS FOR: Medicinal and Family Uses ME BACK UP EMERYSTHTEM6NT ETfsEr SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. SMKryrs: luaKes ciotnes whitest. Lasts long- est. Unlike other soap it is as good in the toilet or bath as in the laundry .thousands of critical consumers use it; you will after one trial Ask your merchant for it and accept no substitute. THE WAPLES PLATTER GROCER CO., Wholesale Agents, - - Fort Worth, Texas. F, l. Carroll, President. G. R. Ferguson, Vice-President. J, N. Gilbert, Sec'y ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINEK. 19 Garlington & Montgomery, To Miners "V Wholesale Dealers in FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. OMM1SSION MERCHANTS 1621 and 1023 Main St., 1620 and 1622 Rusk St., Ft. Worth, Texas. ^PHTENTS-^ •Caveats and Trade-Marks obtained and all patent business conducted for MOD- ERATE FEES. My office is in the immediate vicinity of the Patent Office, and my facilities for securing patents are unsurpassed. Send model, sketch, drawing or photograph, with description and statement as to advantages claimed. j3=íf( charge is made for an opinion as to patentability, and my fee for prosecuting the application will not be called for until the patent Is allowed. A pamphlet entitled "Inventors' Guide," containing full inform- ation, furnished free. Address: FRANKLIN H. HOUGH, MENTION THIS PAPER. 935 F Street, WASHINGTON, I>. C. h. morris. frank kahn. l. morris. H. MORRIS & BRO., MANUFACTURERS Jeans Clothing, WORKINGMEN'S PANTS. Will Not Rip. Double seamed and Hand Tacked. 303 MAIN...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 1 June 1895

20 THE TEXAS MINER ¡5I70 5exa$ /Tyiper. By looking At it you Can see the ' STYLE and ? MAKE=UP. By reading, l|{ You can find |j| Out whether Iji You can obtain 't 3II Information IJI From its ]|) Columns. WE HAVE A CIRCULATION NOW FAR BEYOND WHAT WE EV- ER EXPEC- TED TO GET Our success 5: has only 1 whetted our ; appetite for I more, and to get it we S offer to ; I SEND FOR $1 ;í— | . 1 $1 THE TEXAS MINER | $1 l\ j © AND THE NEW YORK CITY WEEKLY "PRESS" c I c@@@0@@@©@©@©p0Q TO ANY ADDRESS ONE YEAR. ©0©©©©G@©0©®©0G ¡1 8 for each subscription ob- tained and sent on either of the two propositions. Or For $2.50, We will send the New York DAILY Morning Advertiser, the Sunday WEEKLY Advertiser AND THE Texas niner Can say To our Friends That the SAMPLE PAPERS WILL BE SENT TO ANY APPLICANTS. FOR ONE! YEAR SSSSS'S&SSSSSS §3 Morning Advertiser to. Is one of the Ablest as well as one of the é I 5*3 Oldest Dailies published ;£( in New York City. We think this the most fa- vorable offer ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

■nit' ""'in 9R coalco.11 lall | coal call !n< u VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1895. NO. 21. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. If every day were May-Day With flowers all ablow And in the very hey-day Of loveliness aglow; If every day were May-Day With bird-song everywhere, And every day a gay day Without a sign of care; If the sun were always shining In a sky forever blue, We all would fall a-pining For clouds of somber hue; We'd tire of endless May-Day And snns forever bright And hail a restful gray-day With unalloyed delight; And though we ask thee yet to pause, Thou fairest of the year, We love thee all the more because Thou art not always here. —[Marco Morrow. It's no in titles nor in rank, It's no in wealth like Lon'on bank, To purchase peace and rest; It's no m makin' muckle mair; It's no in books; it's no in lear, To make us truly blest: If happiness hae not her seat An' center in the breast, We may be wise, or rich, or great, But never can be blest: Nae treasures, nor pleasu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. vote for free coinage of silver. Some fine day the goldites will find out that the people are in dead earnest. The officers of the Central Bimetalic league have been notified by the Southern and Western Traffic associations of a general reduction from all points in their territory to Memphis on the oc- casion of the silver convention to be held in Memphis June 12 and 13. According to a compilation of the American Economist the American product of beet sugar, for the five years named, amounted to: 1890, 6,000,000 pounds; 1891, 10,000,000 pounds; 1892, 18,000,000 pounds; 1893, 43,000,000 pounds; 1894, 60,000,000 pounds. The Western Union Telegraph company in 1868 had 97.594 miles of wire, and sent 6,404,595 messages. In 1894 they had 790,792 miles of wire, and sent 58,632,237 messages; receipts, $21,852,655. Since the formation of the company in 1866, there has been earned $403,982,313. A letter was received recently by August Peter, Shamokin, Pa., from France, inform...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. WHY SILVER COIN IS NOT IN DEHAND. Watson, Texas, May 30, 1895. Editor Texas Miner : IN your edition of May 25, under the above head, you refer to the recent letter of Secretary Morton to a citizen of Denver, Colo., in which he says, "What is the sense of clamoring still for unlimited coinage of silver dollars, when the Treasury cannot get rid by hook or by crook of a tithe of those already coined and lying in useless heaps? They are well minted, of just weight, nine-tenths fine, are legal tender for all debts and bear the legend, 'In God We Trust.' What ails them?" What you say is true, and that is that silver certificates have been issued against them and they cannot be paid out until de- manded, and they will not be demanded because they cannot be used in the payment of debts payable according to contract, spe- cifically in gold. You might also tell the Secretary that they have been killed by hostile legislation. In 1873 the standard silver dollar was surreptitiou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 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, June 8, 1895. GOLD! GOLD! GOLD ! BRIGHT AND SHINING AND HARD TO HOLD ! GOLD is this country's standard and must so continue. The best metal is none too good for this country as the stand- ard basis for money, and that is gold and only gold.— [Henry Clews' Weekly Circular. The goldites are getting bold. We see from all the publica- tions of the Reform club Cleveland's letters, Carlisle's speeches, and each and every newspaper in the interest of the goldbugs. Hendricks of New York City first drove them out of cover in de- claring that the fight was on for gold, and gold alone, as legal tender money. We are glad of it. They had been hiding in the bush pretending that they were bimet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. the result is always the same as it was with Wilson—"he gets left.'1 And, believing as we do that a large majority of the voters of the United States favor the free coinage of silver, is the reason why we believe that all the efforts of the creditor classes to force gold as the only legal tender money in this country will prove a very great failure. OLD MEXICO. THE general interest that our people evince in reliable news from Mexico has induced us to make arrangements for a letter occasionally from an American gentleman living in Mexico, and whose statements may be relied upon, and below we print the first of a series that will be printed in this paper: Editor Texas Miner:—We lately had the pleasure of going over the Monterey & Mexican Gulf railroad. The road extends from Tampico to Trevino, about 416 miles. After leaving Tam- pico we go through a wooded region of choice and valuable trees, that at some time will be quite a source of profit to the owners. 1 hen ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

6 THE TEXAS MINER. injuriously compete with those of the interior. The demand for native consumption still far exceeds the supply, while the silver basis of the Mexican currency affords Mexican manufactures such an advantage in the markets of the world that, with little doubt, they will soon be able to export their products at a profit to the markets of the world in successful competition with the gold-handicapped products of American and European fac- tories.' WALL STREET VOCABULARY. M ANY of the phrases used in Wall street, as well as the methods of business, are enigmas to outsiders. It is astonishing how many well-informed and acute business intellects cannot grasp a transaction in stocks where a put, or a call, or a straddle, or a spread is involved. We mention below many of the terms used on the "Street:" "Block." A number of shares, say five thousand, sold or bought in a lump. To "buy in." The act of purchasing stock in order to meet a "short" contract, or to enable one to re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 shall go down in defeat, the red glow of our setting sun will fall on a figure standing out giant-like above the rest, and when the morning of triumph comes, as tome it will, and that speedily, the same figure will stand like the moun- tain peak to catch the first rays of the rising sun, a id cast its shadow athwart the western sky and scatter the glorious flood of the new and better day over the nation. That figure is Grover Cleveland." This only shows how a man wiio has a vivid imagination and strong flow of words can turn them loose on a very indifferent subject. From what the citizens of Buffalo say about Grover's associates, and what that Boston minister said of 1 im, and his looks taken together, it would take a very "glorious resurrection morn" to cast any very wonderful "golden rays" over his path- way. THE FINANCES OF MEXICO. FINANCIAL Secretary Limantour reports that the estimated expenses of the fiscal year of 1895-6 are $45000.000. I he import duties l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

8 THE TEXAS MINER. WE MUST MEET THE ISSUE. Houston, Tex., June 3, 1895. Editor Texas Miner : WOULD not the Republican party meet the reasonable de- mands of all interests and keep the country in a pros- perous condition by providing for: $10 per capita gold, $10 per capita silver, ratio 16 to 1, $10 per capita currency, not redeemable in gold or silver, but based on and exchangeable for low interest bearing bonds at quarterly periods through the postoffices, die bonds convertible into currency in the same manner at the option of the holder ? This would give elasticity to our currency, expanding and contracting as the demands of the country require, prevent panics and raiding the Treasury for gold by presenting greenbacks. H. F. MacGregor. Your plan might be a very good one, friend MacGregor, but the trouble is that we are at this time confronted with a "condi- tion" that cannot be avoided or gotten away from. The mono- metalists, with (Cleveland at the head, have squarely placed the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 9 not guard against things of an evil tendency too closely. Some- times the manager of a theatrical troupe will attempt to get the League to let them show under its auspices, insisting that his company is not a regular theatrical one, and that the character of the entertainment is elevating. Beware of such men, and such traps. The League cannot afford to encourage this sort of business. There are plenty of amusements pure and elevating. Let our young people enjoy life, but let them only engage in those pleasures which are innocent. The League can exercise great influence upon our boys and girls. It is getting to be such a big thing that its power cannot but be felt. Through it the social life of our young people can be molded. Therefore, how great the responsibility that rests upon us who are interested in this work. It the League says "away with the ball, the theater, the card table, the saloon," they must go, at least so far as the influ- ence of the membership of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

10 THE TEXAS MINER. Free Coinage Club. Below are the names banded in up to date in response to the following pledge: "The undersigned believes that it is for the best interest of the masses to have this country return to the free coinage of silver, that was departed from in 1873, and to help bring around that desired result we hereby become a member of the club, and will agree not to vote for any man for any office unless he is unquali- fiedly in favor of the free coinage of silver. A William Beckies, C. H. Ford, W. W. Ford; Richard Nimmo, J. F. Guest, C. A. Black, Sam Graves, R. A. Looney, J. M. Turner, Henry Bray, Clyde Estelle, J. Hovan, G. W. Bruner, B. E.Cook, J. D. Johnson, James Nimmo, Rev. S. M. Hoyl, Jesus Cornales, John Cochran, Josephine Preston, J. D. Cox, W. B. Wilkins, John Rich, J. G. R. Brown, Tom Dooley, B. W. McCown, J. Lensy, S. J. Armstrong, W. O. McCown, Thomas Hevell, James Lane, C. H. Hardy, M. Redy, G. C. Hamilton, R. D. Loony, J. Houx, W. R. Mitchell, J. B. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 3nbex to Display CJbDertisements. attorneys at law. Page. Cook & Vincent, Stephenville 19 butchers' supplies. 4ius V. Brecht Butchers' Supply Company, St. Louis 15 boots and shoes. Brown Shoe Co., St. Louis 17 broker and commission. Chas. H. A. Dougherty,New York 18 clothing. Ohio Suspender Co., Mansfield, Ohio 19 Peter A. Casey & Co., St. Louis .. 11 C. P. Kellogg & Co., Chicago .16 M. Born & Co., Chicago 15 H. Morris & Bro., Memphis .19 Epstein-Kosenberg Co., St. Louis. 13 drugs. J". W. CrowdusDrug Co., Dallas 19 John Wyeth & Bro., Philadelphia 11 Botanic Medicine Co., New York. 19 H. W. Williams & Co., Ft. Worth 19 Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis. 11 Texas Drug Co., Dallas 17 dry goods. Ely & Walker, St. Louis 19 Clark's Mile-End Spool Cotton, New York City 17 Martin-Brown Co., Ft. Worth 15 Swofford Bros., Kansas City 19 Sanger Bros., Dallas, Fort Worth and Waco 13 educational. Commercial College of Kentucky University, Lexington, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 8 June 1895

12 THE TEXAS MINER OdR H0TEÜ GOOD HOTELS IN OLD MEXICO. HOTEL del JARDIN, •• City of Mexico. HOTEL de la PLAZA, AQUAS CALIENTES. Hotel Gran Sociedad, ■í* TOLUCCH. GOOD HOTELS IN THE UNITED STATES. The Delaware, Fort Worth, Texas. j-fotel U/ortl? Fort Worth, ^ Texas. Ho bel Oseóuera, Morelia. H OtEL DEL JARDIN, 'RIENTAü H2TEL, DALLAS, TEXAS. B rowi) Palace * Hotel, denver, colorado. ...PUEBL7Í. V ictoria H otcl, DURANGO. Hotel de Francia, City of Oaxaca. HOTEL COLON, Zacatecas. Knutsford = Hotel, ...SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH... • • • (© •. • • BEP9T KOTEli • Ogden, Utah. the International & Great Northern R'j Co. AND IT5 CONNECTIONS, Form the QUICKEST, SHORTEST and BEST ROUTE BETWEEN.. GR AN "OTEK torreon. Mexico and St. Louis, Chicago, New York, MEXICAN NATIONAL RAILROAD, AND PRINCIPAL POINTS NORTH AND EAST, VIA EITHER LARE- DO in CONNECTION WITH THE • OE . Humboldt Hotel, Guadalajara. Via Torreon and San Antonio. ■*12 HOURS —QUICKEST TIWE.+i1 tüe J. & G. N. R y via either Laredo...

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