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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

i ¥ VOL. 1. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1894. NO. 20. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. —^ 'Tis late before The brave despair. —[Thomson. O thoughts of men accurst! Past and to come seem best; things present, worst. —[Shakespeare. New customs, Though they be never so ridiculous, Nay let them be unmanly, yet are follow'd. —[Shakespeare. "It's all very well to be pleasant When life flows along like a song, But the man worth while Is the man who can smile When everything goes dead wrong." Empires to-day are upside down, The castle kneels before the town, The monarch fears a printer's frown— A brickbat's range; Give m" in preference to a crown Five shillings change. —[Halleck. Neither the sun nor death can be looked at steadily.—[La Rochefoucauld. To follow foolish precedents, and wink with both your eyes, is easier than to think.—[Cowper. When our vices quit us we flatter ourselves with the belief that it is we who quit them [La Rochefoucauld. Deference is the most complicated, the most indire...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. TARIFF TALKS. no. vi. We have seen in hurriedly passing over the history of protec- tion what the general tendency of the country has been under both free trade and high protection, viewing the matter from a purely historical standpoint, not from actual observation and con- tact, though many who now live can testify from memory as to the correctness of my statements concerning the last free trade period. The free traders claim that every time disaster has followed the reduction of the tariff some other source was responsible therefor; that the general depression was due to other causes each time. Now, this argument might hold very well for one, or even two, occasions, but it gets a little threadbare when repeated too often. If we were to see a tramp enter our house and carry away an overcoat we might, if charitably disposed, argue to ourselves that some member ot the family had given him the garment. But if we were to see him return to the house every night for a mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. FORT WORTH & DENVER CITY RAILWAY. This railway is the main artery of travel from Fort Worth through the northwestern portion of Texas. By the construction of this road that part of Texas known as the Panhandle received more benefit than it has from any other source, either before or since the completion thereof. The Denver road, as it is commonly called, was the pioneer road through the Panhandle, the first and best friend to the coun- try. The completion of the road made possible the settlement of what was theretofore a waste country, and the railway has in a large sense wrested those beautiful staked plains from under the dominion of the cowboy, and transformed them into as grand a wheat district as can be found in the world. There is no second opinion among Texans as to the great and lasting good accom- plished by this pioneer civilizing influence. In October, 1887, there were but few farms north of Wichita Falls, and shipments of farm produce from points in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

4 THE TEXAS MINER. THE TEXAS MINER. WALTER B. M C AD A MS, EDITOR. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 31.00. 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 2, 1894. The Texas Miner will be sent to any names given to us by our friends for three months free of all cost. If, at the end of that time, they do not wish to subscribe for it. it will be entirely satisfactory to us. If Republican names are sent in, we shall be sure to please them; if hide-bound Democrats, we shall probably get them "up on their ear;" if Populists, we will please them on our silver sentiments, and make them mad about their foolish isms. But any level-headed, fair-minded men, who want to keep up with the times from the columns of a weekly paper—they are the kind who will become permanent subscribers. WAGE EARNERS' LAMENT. Oh, the patches, patches, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. LABOR TROUBLES. A VERY large proportion of the daily newspapers throughout f the country are being taken up with the labor troubles, and it is now calculated that there are about 485,000 idle employes as a result of the coal strikes throughout the country. This is a huge army of men to be out of work. Where the fault is we are not going to discuss, but the fact of its being so results in there we had with the miners, and we made up our mind that agitators would have a pretty hard time to get labor in this camp dissatis- fied. From our own knowledge, we know that everything is be- ing done by this company that forethought, care and attention can provide for the health and prosperity of the place and the men who are employed by it and it is in such great contrast with other coal camps that it is remarkable. In many of them the business is framed out and pieced up between the heads of the companies, whose whole end and aim is to make all they can out being a largely in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

6 THE TEXAS MINER. keep them feeding at the public crib. Now, with such a man in power, what else than what has happened could have been ex- pected? Conceit beyond compare, tenacity of the bulldog species, with the views that a man would naturally gather from the com- panions of his choice, and to place in the hands of such a man the power that'is reposed in the President of the United States, the only wonder is that our Government affairs are not in worse shape, if that was possible. We have no wish to taunt Democrats, but only point out that the result is the natural sequence of placing such a man at the head of the Government, and to point a moral—not to "go there any more." Prom the echoes that we hear from all over the country from Democrats (except those fattening at the public crib), they have a good deal more than enough of him, and we know that a very large proportion of the people would be only too glad if in any way his baneful influence could be removed from the land. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 Pure Food. Butterine is a much abused product. As a matter of fact it is pure, sweet, wholesome, and infinitely preferable to ordinary country butter. A special correspondent of this paper recently visited the factory owned and operated by the Armour Packing Co., of Kansas "City, manufacturers of the widely advertised Silver Churn Butterine. Á five story building is perfectly fitted for the scientific preparation of this food product. Everything is spotlessly clean; all appliances are the latest and most improved, and every precaution is taken to secure the production of an absolutely pure and wholesome food. All processes are under the direction of a foreign chemist who has made the skilful combination of pure sweet fats the study of his life. He pays as much attention to details as does the most fastidious housekeeper to her cooking. The result is that Silver Churn Butter- ine is ever fresh, fragrant and delicious —a dainty delicacy for the table. Scientific exp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

8 THE TEXAS MINER A Dollar Hade Hamilton - Drown Shoe Co. ^ BY BUYING Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co.'s SHOES. Wear Longest, Fit Best,— Cut Down Your Shoe Bill One-Half. The T. & P. COAL CO. Sell Them. ffT m^TmfT'Tmf7-Tm.f^T"rT' S. M. FURMAN. BEN O. SMITH. ^unrtan & Smith We Claim for the Celebrated INSURANCE AGENTS. . . FIRE No. 500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. We are agents for the cele- brated --MITCHELL WAGONS. ~ TRY ONE. They are durable and light running. Texas & Pacific Coal Co. . THE OLD RELIABLE United States Life Insurance Company, Corner Broadway and Murray Street, NEW YORK CITY, El Belmont Cigars 6 rv+THE HIGHEST*5—' Order of Excellence Attainable in Cigar Manufacture. —^— QLEHR H HiZHNH. QUBRN H SND M HDE. S. Hernsheim Bros. & Co., new orleans, la. None better, few as good, will have an "ad" in this paper some time. This is a notice. T A CARD. The manager of the mercantile de- partment of the Texas & Pacific Coal Company, after repeated trials, has se...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 9 If You Want a FIRE EXTINGUISHER Come to Thurber and Buy. I I THE CLIPPER FIRE EXTINGUISHER. % THE TEXAS S PACIFIC COAL CO. SB - 3 ft m. ¿ I ARE AGENTS I FOR THIS .. . fire extinguisher. tvwr múéÍÍMMÍMk ^¡im —^ ;í%~- Cr 5 rví tí i [3 KJ This machine generates a Chemical Compound that is death to fire. It is the only reliable invention that will protect against fire at moderate cost. It has been endorsed as entirely practical by loading an<T Companies ami I'iro Departments and ariopicd by many leading manu- facturer as the cheapest; .d best protection. SAFE, DURABLE, CHEfP. No man in business who has his best interests at heart can afford to be without it. while for Ginners it is absolutely in- dispensable. So simple that it can he worked by man, wo- man or child. «Guaranteed as repre- sented or money re- funded. Circular free. Ad- dress the manufacturers. PARLIN & ORENDORFF CO., DALLAS, "TEXAS. V^CHPPf# m m % c m. ¿i m i T^-á 5*1 tí MOST CONVENIENT! ^ MOST E...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

10 THE TEXAS MINER. James McCobd, President. S. S. McCobd, Treasurer. J. Burnett Collins, Vice President. E. M. Schenickek, Secretary. jVlcCord=ColliDs Commerce Co .... wholesale .... GROCERS AND IMPORTERS. . . . . SPECIALTIES . . . ^ • ■<%>■ . Hound Table, Twist Tobacco, K. C. 25oz. Baking Powder, Plymouth Rock Gelatine, Magnolia Sugar Syrup, Perfection Molasses, Quail Boiled Oats, Mokaska Coffee, Figaro Cigars, Bed Eye 16oz. Smoking Tobacco, El Emilio Key West Cigars, Abell's Pie Preparation, Krug's Hams and Lard, McComb's Stoneware. B. S. Y. P. Table Salt, Bailey's Pure Soap, Heinz Pickles, .... WE CARRY .... The Finest Line of Fancy Groceries in the State. Write Us for Prices. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. Martin Casey. Chas. J. Swasey, NOW ••• OPEN —1—(a. -j ■ —«—-<> ^i-HOTEL KNOX,-^ f -<c MÍ ^ ^ ^ •—««— -O v C ♦ FT, Thurber Coal Mines, Erath County, Texas. ** •>;— -c C— $2.50 Per Day. MRS. 5. PUTNAM, Manager. W. T. LEAGUE, T T ATTORNEY AT LAW, Forb Worti), Te xas. ATTOR...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. II 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, C> I TV^ corrugtaed iron, U I v Crimped Roofing, Pressed Standing Seam, I OLir Steel Brick Sid ding AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies OF E. E. SOUTHER IRON CO., 932, 934, 936, IM. 2ND STREET. ST. LOUIS, MO. LIQUORS FOR: Medicinal and Family Uses We are the distillers of "Echo Spring," "Wood- -X- ford County," "Horse .Shoe" and "Sugar Valley," *#* which are strictly pure and mellow Hand-made *#* * Sour Mash, Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. We * guarantee these goods to be the best in the World Garlington & Montgomery, COMMISSION MERCHANTS a.:x:s Wholesale Dealers in Fruits and Western Produce, © © © © 1621 and 1623 Main Street, 1620 and 1622 Rusk Street, Fort Worth, Texas. F, L. C...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

12 THE TEXAS MINER, 0©0O Indianapolis, Indiana, Are the first in the trade in the manufacture of 1 ©®0© <D©©0 I Light Vehicles The above cut is from a photograph of their extensive works. T Sexas 9 Paeifie <?oal <?o., Thurber, Iexas. i / AGENTS. 0©OOGOS ^©®©©3®©©©©30©®0©©®©©®®©©©®©©@©©©®®©0©©

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 13 D R U G D E P T. —^ We offer inducements to the trade in the trade in our vicinity that cannot be had in any local market. We buy in large quantities direct from the fountain head and not from jobbers. Write us for prices, it will be to your own welfare. RET75II —^ Our Prescription Department is complete, and we carry the finest and purest line of chemicals, etc., of any house in the country. Bring your prescriptions to us. HHIR TONIC ■ Have you tried our Quinine Hair Tonic ? Every one who has used it testifies to its good effect on the hair and scalp. It will absolutely remove dandruff and make the hair grow. MOSQUITO LOTION — s Get a bottle of our Mosquito Lotion and drive off those annoying pests. Price, 15 cents. KEEP COOI We are dispensing from our new fountain all of the very latest fancy drinks. Come and try them. Also bottled drinks of all kinds, mineral waters, etc. JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. Mr. Harris, an expert jeweler, has charge of our watch repairing and ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

14 THE TEXAS MINER. ++ t. & p. Dry Goods Department^^J Coal Co.'s t———— ++4ÍC? I-+++++ Is always alive to the best interests of it's patrons and, judging from the way the customers have thronged it's counters during this month, shows that our customers appreciate our efforts, and are more than pleased with the pretty goods displayed and the marvelously low prices asked. Competition Floundered! Customers Delighted! PLACE YOUR OPTIC ON THIS. í ifty pair of Lace Curtains, 36 inches wide and 2 1-2 yards long, only 50 cents a pair. Curtain Poles complete at 25 cents each. A better grade of Curtains, 1 3-8 yards wide and 3 yards long, at $1.00. Nottingham Lace Curtains at $1.75 and $2.00; worth double. Vestibule Extension Brackets, fits any window from 19 to 38 inches wide, 30 cents complete. Solid Oak Center Tables, 18x18 inches, at $2.50. Mexican Grass Hammocks 85 cents each. Plush Bottom Spring Seat Chairs at $2.50 each. HATS! HATS! HATS! HATS! HATS! We have all the leading styles ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 15 | Grocery ^ 1 Department It is an undeniable fact that the Texas & Pacific Coal Company is selling more in the line of groceries and at easier prices than any other firm in Texas. The pur- chasing of our stock is attended to with that care and judgment, which is absolutely necessary to make any business a success, and together with this attention we purchase everything in such large quantities (everyone knows this) so as to be able to secure a large discount, thereby we can sell as cheap as any jobbing house in the state. The above facts, coupled with the handling of the goods by experienced, practical men, who give the customers every attention requisite to gain their confidence, and the large trade which we control in this and neighboring counties, proves how our efforts and ability to sell quick and cheap are appreciated. ++ r+J ++ i—I—' +++J +-H +-> TEA. We have just received a quantity of selected new season's Tea that we want everyone in Thurber and ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

16 THE TEXAS MINER. Sold otyrouótyout DO •^HANDLED BY* yjmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmK

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

TEXAS MINER SUPPLEMENT. THE TEXAS MINER. Thurber, Texas, Saturday, June 2, 1894. PERSONAL MENTION. ^ Fireman Collins was quite sick for a few days this week. Judge W. T. League, Fort Worth, was in Thurber a day or so this week. Conductor Whitsett is on duty again after a few days' much needed rest. Miss Minnie Head of Palo Pinto county was visiting friends in Thurber last week. Mr. Chan Bassett and family left for Strawn Tuesday, where they will reside temporarily. P. R. Beall, representing the Cincinnati clothing firm of M. & L. S. Feichheimer & Co., was here on business this week. Mr. James T. Cooper, The Miner's artistic job and "ad." artist, will spend Sunday with his family in the railway center. Mr. Harry Pidcoe, The Miner's typographical expert, pro- poses visiting a couple of friends in the Fort to-morrow (Sunday). Misses Earle Harwood and Bonnie Keith left Monday morn- ing for Stephenville, which accounts for the very disconsolate ap- pearance of some of our boys. M...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 June 1894

TEXAS MINER SUPPLEMENT. TO ONE OF "OUR BOYS." [contributed] Methinks "Car'eina's youth," Ere this to romance given, Now gently breathes, forsooth, A fragrance 'fore him driven. The soft and gentle wave Hath kissed his toughened brow, Elte why he thus behave? His thoughts ring sweetly now. His heart's in sweet serene, In silence, oh how tender! Would we knew that love scene, The thoughts a thought doth render. Mementos sweetly haunt His wild, romantic brain, And e'en though rivals taunt, He'll "get there just the same." GET ALL OUT OF LIFE YOU CAN. Tis a very good rule as rules may go— Of value to boy and to man ; To set the days by the star of laith And get all out of life that he can . The coffers of hope hold infinite stores. And wemav supply them at will; We may heap them with treasure that never shall fade, With wonderful beauty mav till. Yes, get out of life all we can every day; But let us reflect on the meaning Shall we wrest from the weak because we are strong Each thing tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

VOL. 1 THURRER. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1894. NO. 21. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. —— A real spirit Should neither court neglect, nor dread to bear it. —[Byron. Oh, for a lodge in some vast wilderness, Some boundless contiguity of shade, Where rumor of oppression and deceit Of unsuccessful and successful war Might never reach ue more! My ear is pain'd, My soul is sick with every day's report Of wrong and outrage with which earth is hll'd. —[Cowper. Most men have more courage than they themselves think they have.—[Grevilte. The court does not render a man contented, but it prevents his being so elsewhere.—[La Bruyere. Coveiousness, like a candle ill made, smothers the splendor of a happy fortune m it's own grease [F. Osborne. He that will believe only what he can fully comprehend must have a very long head, or a very short creed [Cotton. He whose first emotion, on the view of an excellent produc- tion. is to undervalue it, will never have one of his own to show. —[Aiken. For the credit of vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS NUNER. TAR!FF TALKS. ^ NO. VII. We will deviate for a little while from the direct course of our discussion to see what great men say of the doctrine of Protection and what excuse they give for holding the beliefs they do. Per- haps we can learn as much about the doctrine in that way as in any other, and thereby determine for ourselves whether we like the theory or not. Hon. B. W. Perkins, ex-Congressman from Kansas, says: "I am a Protectionist because I am an American. We should have free trade among ourselves because we honor one Mag and are citizcns of a common country. But the man who builds no houses here, who pays no taxes here, who employs no labor here, who does nothing to contribute to our growth and to our pros- perity, but who lives abroad, beyond the oceans, whence he de- sires to bring his products, either farm or manufactured, into this great American market in competition with ours, he should pay ior the privilege; and when he has paid for the privilege we w...

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