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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

The Texas Miner 13 id (0 O -J X in #VoUStt\U& 'wm$ JOHN L. CONNABLE, President. CHARLES G. SHERMAN, zd V. P and Sec'y, MATTHEW CONNABLE, ist V. Pres't. E. M. CONNABLE, Treasurer. Chattanooga Powder Co. ^^MANUFACTURERS OF BLACK POWDER.^^v CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 51?e above pou/der is ujed exclusively by tl?e Sexas Ü Pacific Qoal <?o. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and New York. SGIDENBERG & CO'S GIGARS v**. • •• Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California Mid Winter Exposition. Office and Salesrooms- ist Ave. & 74th St., New York. © W HOLESALE. ..YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. Dry (}oods, purr)isl?ir}<¿ (joodj, Bootj, Sf?oe5 ai?d J^atrs, u/e offer tl?e Jrade as lour as ar?y fyouje ii) tf?e QouQtry. ÍÍ8.Ít |* SANGER BROS. *j| ►>*< * We Carry a Complete Line of SC0. ANTQN & BRQ., WINERS' I2AMPS. Office and Factory, Park Avenue, P. O. Box 64. nONONGAHELA CITY, Pa. THE International & Great Northern R'y Co. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, Form the QUICKEST, SHORTE...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

14 The Texas Miner. GOOD HOTELS IN OLD MEXICO. HOTEL del JARDIN, •• City of Mexico. ••• HOTEL de la PLAZA, AQUAS CALIENTES. Hotel Gran Sociedad, TOLUCCH. Hobel Ose^uera, Morelia. GOOD HOTELS IN THE UNITED STATES. THE WORTH HOUSE, [Formerly the Texas Hotel.] Stephenvilfe, Texas. H. B. Whitworth. RATES, S2.00 REIR DAV. Guarantees the Best Accommodations in the City. Patronage of the Traveling Men especially solicited. Good sample room. The Delaware, Fort Worth, Texas. j-iotel U/brtty," Fort Worth, Texas. H OTEL DEL JARDIN, ...PUEBLH. ORIENTAL H9TEL, DALLAS, TEXAS. Victoria H otcl, DURANGO. Hotel de Francia, City of Oaxaca. HOTEL COLON, Zacatecas. B Palace s- Hobel. rowi) r aiace «- denver, colorado. Knutsford = Hotel, ...SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH... • • • • • • DEPOT RoTÉLiVte Ogden, Utah. GR ANE rrELi torreon. Humboldt Hotel, Guadalajara. The Bader Patent Smoke Protector. PROTECTION TO LIFE, HEALTH & PROPERTY INVALUABLE FOR USE IN Fire Departments, Fire Patrols, Mines, Ho- tels, Colle...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

The Texas Miner 15 THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., Importers anrd Jobbers of . Dry (joods ai?d Jfotiops Cor. 8th and Main Sts., Fort Worth, Tex. p m cu (D RAINWATER=DONOGHY HAT CO., (Süccessobs to C. C. Rainwater Hat Co.) WHOLESALE rats, gap's, straw s00ds, ill labies' hats anb glqves. Nos. 511 & 513 Washington Aye., ST. LOUIS. A First-Class Quality of Sausage can only be made by using a <^STRICTLY PURE SPICE SEASONING. The Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. ase 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. BUY Ballard, Webb & Burnett Hat Co's Guaranteed Buck Hat Every Hat Guaranteed. For sale by all the Leading Dealers. When You Are in Stephenville, Call On H. DHiflZSGN^# For First-Class Liquors, Cigars and All First = Class Ar= tides in the Saloon Line. He is Headquar...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

16 The Texas Miner. For the Economy of the Household, the Happiness of the Family, a Good Cooking Stove ls |ndisPe"sable- While you are getting one it is as well to get the best. The Excelsior Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo., make them, and All Leading Dealers 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 • HATS and GLOVES. The "BEAVER HAT" . . . Quality Guaranteed . . . Ask for These Goods. They Are the Best. J. A. HAFNER, President. C. FOSTER, Vice-President.. Wm. LOTHMAN, Treasurer. T. B. WATERS, Secretary. Hafner-Lothman Manufacturing Co. Wholesale Manufacturers Doors, Blinds, Glazed Windows, Mouldings, Etc. , < St. Louis, Mo., F...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

Thk Texas Miner. 17 —* M M ADE MARK mm Cameron Mill g Elevator Co., ^ Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. t&- Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST 0 I LOUIS 0 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= • •• pepai^Spiees -AT TH1 WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CH1CAQO, 1893. Something Novel! • • • Sifting Top! Preservative Package! Ready for use IN KITCHEN OR DINING ROOn. Bayers and consumers render the same verdict. The most desirable "ready-for-use" package ever placed on the market. MILLAR'S PENANS SPIGES. Take no other kind. When clerks tell you something else is just as good, tel them there aint any other ' 'just as good.'' • ROASTEB G0FFEE. « We are noiv operating a Coffee Roasting De- partment for the purpose of supplying the Texas Trade with Fresh Parched Coffee 0f the best quality and most Delic...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 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. D I corrugtaed iron, ^ * V Crimped Roofing, y Pressed Standing Seam, Y CJUr Steel Brick Sid iding AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies OF E. E. SOUTHER IRON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. LIQUORS FOR: Medicinal and Family Uses We are the distillers of "Echo Spring," "Wood- ford County," "Horse Shoe" and "Sugar V7alley," & 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 S. GRABFELDER & CO., Louisville, Kentucky. She Capera Mfg. Co., bottlers of All Kinds of Mineral Waters, soda, ginger ale, cider, etc. JONES STREET, P.0.B0X>545 FORT WORTH, TEXAS. The Best is Always ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

The Texas Miner. m 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 Suit ,)— Double seat and knee, linen and silk sewed, warranted ■not to rip. Garlington & Montgomery, ® . - OMM1SSION MERCHANTS Wholesale Dealers in FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. 1621 and 1623 Main St., 1620 and 1622 Rusk St., Ft. Worth, Texas. ^PKTENTS^ 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. J^Jto 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 "Inventobs' Guide," containing full inform- ation, furnished free. Address: FRANKLIN ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 3 August 1895

BO The Texas Miner. 5f?e 5exa$ /T\ii?er. By looking At it you Can see the STYLE and MAKE=UP. By reading, You can find Out whether You can obtain Information From its Columns. WE HAVE A CIRCULATION NOW FAR BEYOND WHAT WE EV- ER EXPEC- TED TO GET Our success has only whetted our appetite for more, and to get it we offer to -ii SEND FOR $1 ;C— THE TEXAS MINER AND THE NEW YORK CITY WEEKLY "PRESS" TO ANY ADDRESS ONE YEAR. c We will pay to Agents | f25. 'OS for each subscription ob- l tained and sent on either 5 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 FOR ONE: YEAR SAMPLE PAPERS WILL BE SENT TO ANY APPLICANTS. We Can say To our Friends That the Morning Advertiser Is one of the Ablest as well as one of the Oldest Dailies published in New York City. We think this the most fa- vorable offer ever made to intelligent readers. What you think, time will tell. 5<^xas /T\iper.

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

uli.ir, VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1895. NO. 31. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. Those truants from home and from heaven, They have made me more manly and mild, And I know now how Jesus could liken The Kingdom of God to a child ! —[Charles M. Dickinson. [As a writer of sonnets I)r. Clark succeeds beyond the aver- age. In the following we have three exquisite stanzas, which in tprn embody a most exquisite idea:] THREE SONNETS BUT NO SONG. Before Singing. In vain you ask me, "Shall I sing to-day?" I may be tuneless till this time next year; But if I sing, my song shall feel no fear Or sorrow, should you turn in scorn away, And shame my simple strain, or smile and say— As you have done before with scoff and sneer— "The owl and not the nightingale I hear;" For when heaven sends the peace for which I pray My soul will soar as borne on eagle's wmgs, And prayer shall lose itself in perfect praise! God will except the offering that J bring Though you despise my inharmonious lays. So s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Texas M iner. bacillus. Placed in contact with the cut surface of the fruit the bacteria survive but a few hours. The census of Niagara Falls, recently completed, shows that city to have a population of 16,853. The population in 1892 was estimated tobe about 10,000. Horr and Harvey are through with their silver debate. From Horr we heard the same old refrain of too much money—and by law they want to take away the one-half we now have. Dollars to dimes the gold-bug portion of the Democratic party will take a back seat in the next convention. Boys, if you want to be on the winning side, you'd better jump over now. Mr. David H. Wyckoff wrote that a million horse-power could not produce the effect that a single flash of lightning has been known to accomplish. He believed that we have as yet hardly begun to utilize the forces of nature. We exported in the month of June breadstuff's amounting to $8,954,040; provisions, hog and dairy products, $11,134,867; cotton, 83.949,665 pounds, wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Texas Miner. 3 THE niNER'S "OBSERVER" IN IDAHO. Editor Texas Miner : Hailey, Idaho, August 5, 1895. AUGUST hr.s arrived, and with it opens up the season for game shooting, and in every direction from the hotel we hear the guns of sportsmen, and almost every discharge means that one or more grouse or young sage hens are added to the game bag. They tell all kinds of big stories about shooting. Sitting on our hotel porch after breakfast this morning sunning ourselves, the stories passed around, and grew bigger and big- ger, until the cap sheaf was that one man (name not stated) had bagged 420 birds. We listened to the yarns and made up our mind that fishermen are not the only class of sports who stretch stories to a greater length than any India rubber will extend, and yet these stories only go to show that game of that kind abound in this section. Where we frequently go fishing, down at Bart Maes' place, we see more young ducks than we have ever seen before, and it is an fdeal pla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Texas Miner. THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McADAMS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: °ne Year $1.00. Single Copies ¡jc> 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, August 17, 1895. SHALL WE DO IT? IT is certain that in this country there is something that has pro- duced a condition that is not beneficial to the business inter- ests of the people—now what is it? Our crops have been good for several years, our people are as industrious as they ever were; we have every facility for development of the wonderful natural resources that has been bestowed upon us, and yet there is a pause, and fear for the future. Our crops bring but small returns in cash, our property there is but little demand for, anda general stagnation of business hangs like a pall over us. This we all feel keenly. There is a cause, and it must be removed before we shall r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Mixer. o have been employed at different times, among different nations, to exchange commodities; that is to say, all these things have constituted money. What then, again, is this thing? From facts alone, with no de- pendence on theory, we have already found the answer. Money is some generally recognized embodiment, or some legally im- posed certificate, of purchasing power. Gordon Clark. AN INTERNATIONAL AGREE WENT. FOLLOWING are the views of Horace F. Bartine on an inter- national agreement: An "international agreement" is the latest "fad" with every- body who is opposed to free coinage. The minority of the com- mittee present a measure looking to such an agreement for the consideration of the House. It is peculiar to this controversy that our opponents always have some counter propositions which they claim to be in the interest of silver. For my part, I have no confidence whatever in the good faith of a large majority of those who are now shouting for an international confer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

6 The Texas Miner. INCREASING COMMERCIAL RELATIONS. FROM "Both Sides of Silver1' we reproduce the following : "All civilized nations are increasing their commercial re- lations with all parts of the inhabitable globe. They are also enlarging their demands for labor and skill, through the many improvements we are making, which necessitates a greater and more diffusive distribution of money at home and abroad. Aside from all this we should consider and arrange for supplying with money our rapidly increasing population, brought about by our progress in the arts and sciences, and by the moral influences of our advancing civilization, which naturally increases the cur- rent demand for the use of money, and it is quite evident that this continually growing demand cannot be met satisfactorily by the employment of gold alone. Why, the immense increase in the use of money for pocket change alone is more than the pro- duction of gold amounts to from all sources of the world. En- gland is sure...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

Tí ie Texas Miner. 7 ELI PERKINS' LETTER. 981 Madison Avenue, N. Y., August 10, 1895. Editor Texas Miner: IN the bright columns of The Miner, which seems to go all over the country, I see this paragraph: "On page 30 of Eli Perkins' "Book on Coinage" he says, ac- cording to the mint report, there are now $508 000,000 in silver rusting idly in the Treasury. The tradespeople and the banks have soured on the nasty heavy commodity. The Government is losing interest on it and Cleveland is paying 4 per cent, interest on gold bonds, while this $508,000,000 worth of silver lies mold- ing in the vaults! Now, Eli knows that on May 1, 1895, there were only 369,713,330 coined silver dollars, and that against them there was $323,215,271 in silver certificates issued and in circulation." Yes, that is what I. say, Mr. Editor. The people won't use the silver. To use all this heavy silver the people would have to take out $9 each. Instead of that the people take out 65 cents each. The rest lays there...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Texas Miner. sels and to take therefrom any enemy found. This claim came dangerously near to the shooting point just before the treaty of peace was signed between China and Japan. In fact, if that document had been delayed forty-eight hours there would have been a fight, although that was not known at the time. Admiral Carpenter had signified his intention to escort an American mer- chant steamship to prevent her detention at a Japanese port, and the Japanese authorities had issued orders directing the com- mandants of the forts at the mouth of their harbor to fire upon the American vessels if that intention was carried out. Those who know Admiral Carpenter need not be told what would have happened had he been fired upon. He would have given those Japs something they failed to get during their scrap with China— a taste of real fighting; and the result would have been another war. If Japan doesn't recede from her ridiculous claim, that war is merely postponed for a time. It will ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Texas Miner. O news notes and personal mention. E. D. Farmer and George Beggs of Aledo were in the city Saturday. Labor Day, September 2, will be observed in Fort Worth by the Trades Assembly in great style. Martin Irons will lecture at the Bethel Mission to-morrow night, his subject being "Unto Us a Child is Born." The Gazette has enlarged its week-day edition from four to eight pages, and cut its Sunday edition to eight pages. A German laborer named John Schwartz was found dead in the rear of the Potter hotel on Houston street Saturday afternoon. He was a stranger in the city. One of the largest crowds Fort Worth has seen this year was in attendance on the silver convention. It looks just now as if the silver people have everything in sight. Hon. William A. Fields of Hillsboro, secretary of the late free silver conve tion and file clerk of the United States Senate, passed through the city Sunday en route to Washington. The Populist camp meeting was well attended, but not as ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

lo The Texas Miner. with a toss of her head and curl of her lip, "at our house we have no attic for rubbish." Some of our wheelmen are to make a trial speed trip to Gor- don and return one evening soon, leaving the drug store at 7 p. m. The distance, round trip, is nine miles, and they think fifty minutes would be remarkably good time over sand and grades. They were friends—such earnest friends The other friends they harried— But they are friends no longer now, And just becaus"e they're married ! Mr. L. W. House and family and Miss Wavie Smith are back from a three weeks' successful hunting and fishing trip. They were at various points in Tom Green county and in the San An gelo country, where game and fish do abound. "That makes the thirteenth time I've kissed you, darling; now I must go," he said as he stood in the doorway after the clock had chimed the eleventh hour. "And 'thirteen' is such an un- lucky number, too, you know," she said coyly, and at the same time prepared to pucke...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

The Texas Miner 11 Free Coinage Club. Below are the names handed 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, «hat 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. " William Beckies, C. H. Ford, W. YV. 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, 5. 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 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 17 August 1895

12 THE Texas MINER. 3rtfcex to Display Ctbr>ertisements. attorneys at law. Page. Cook & Vincent, Stephenville 19 butchers' supplies. Gus 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. Peter A. Casey & Co., St. Louis 11 C. P. Kellogg & Co., Chicago 19 M. Born & Co., Chicago 15 H. Morris & Bro., Memphis 19 Epstein-Rosenberg Co., St. Louis. 13 drugs. J. W. CrowdusDrug Co., Dallas 19 John Wyeth & Bro., Philadelphia 16 Botanic Medicine Co., New York. 19 H. W. Williams & Co., Ft.Worth 19 Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis. 12 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 SwoffordBros., Kansas City 19 Sanger Bros., Dallas, Fort Worth and Waco 13 fruits and produce. Garlington & Montgomery, Fort Worth 19 grocerries. J. S. Barron & Co., New Yor...

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