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

The Texas Miner 13 Id <t) 3 D O X 0) D O THE 0^ OUSHNUGi ■Be JOHN L. CONNABLE, President. CHARLES G. SHERMAN, 2d V. P and Sec'y, MATTHEW CONNABLE, ist V. Pres't. E. M. CONNABLE, Treasurer. Chattanooga Powder Co. ^^MANUFACTURERS OF BLACK P0WDER.^>^> CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 5l?e aboue pou/der is ujed exclusively by tl?e Sexas Ü pacific <?oal <?o. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and New York. S6IDENBERG 5 CO'S • GIGARS « 19) • Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California Mid Winter Exposition. Office and Salesrooms: ist Ave. & 74th St., New York. -><? C- Wholesale. ..YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. Dry Qoods, puri)isl?ii?<¿ (joodj, Bootj, Sf?oe5 ai>d J-lats, u/l?ic;l? u/e offer tl?e Jrade as lou; as ai?y t?ou5e ii? tl?e Qouptry. A'TRIAL I* SANGER BROS. # "f&jg: O-'K We Carry a Complete Line of GC0. ANTQN & BRQ., liAMPS. Office and Factory, Park Avenue, P. O. Box 64. nONONGAHELA CITY, Pa. Co. AND IT5 CONNECTIONS, Mexico Form the QUICKEST, SHORTEST ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

14 The Texas Miner. 06JR H0TEL2 BIRCGtORY GOOD HOTELS IN OLD MEXICO. HOTEL del JARDIN, •f City of Mexico. •• HOTEL de la PLAZA, AQUAS CALIENTES. Hotel Oran Sociedad, TOLUCCH. *• Hotel Oseóuera, Morelia. GOOD HOTELS IN THE UNITED STATES. THE WORTH HOUSE, [Formerly the Texas Hotel.] Stephenville, Texas. H. B. Whitworth. RATES, S2.00 PER DAV. Guarantees the Best Accommodations in the City. Patronage of the Traveling Men especially solicited. Good sample room. The Delaware, Fort Worth, Texas. j-lotel U/ortty, Fort Worth, Texas. H OTEL DEL JARDIN, ...PUEBL7Í. 0RIENTAÜ HQTEL DALLAS, TEXAS. Victoria H otcf, DURANGO. Hotel de Francia, City of Oaxaca. B rovi) 9- Palace $- Hotel, denver, colorado. Knutsford - Hotel, ...SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH... HOTEL COLON, Zacatecas. ^«BEPSr ROTELi ¿ Ogden, Utah. GRflN:;orEb^ 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, Co...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

The Texas Miner 15 THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., . . . Importers and Jobbers of . . . Dry Qoods ai?d fiotiops Cor. 8th and Main Sts., Fort Worth, Tex. P2 m O* CD RAINWATER=DONOQHY HAT CO., (SUCCE990B9 TO C. C. RAINWATEK HAT CO.) WHOLESALE rats, gaps, straw sg0ds, 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, Apices, Tools and Fixtures in the world. BUY Ballard, Webb & Burnett Hat Co's Guaranteed Buck Hat. i£*ery Hat Guaranteed. For sale by all the Leading Dealers. 'W He is Headquarters for the Thurber Bo> s, And Always Treats them Right. güREKA f^LASTiG PAINT Has stood the tests of time dur- ing twenty-fiv...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

a Good Cooking Stove Is ,nd,sPensawe- 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 Irondale, Wasp and Almo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. PACIFIC LITTLE HOUSTON QQOOOO BEST LINE St Louis,— THE North and East oooooo M. L. HARRIS, Traveling Salesman for White, Branch & McConkin, 807 and 809 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, nissouri, • WHOLESALE— * TWELVE HOURS SAVED •It BY TAKING THE St. Louis Limited Train, Short Line to all Points In the Southeast .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 C...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

The Texas Miner 17 CELEBRATED SHOES. Cameron Mill § Elevator Co., <=®!—Fort Worth and Waco, Texas, • ROASTEB G0FFEE. # COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. tes- Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST ECONOMYT| rMt*0A/r¡S^M ! 0 .. U PREPARED ONLY BY TAYLOR MAN'F'C ST. LOUIS. ft 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; • •• -AT We are now operating a Coffee Roasting De- partment for the purpose of supplying the Texas Trade with Fresh Parched Coffee of the hest quality and most Delicate Blends, and whose aroma has not evap- orated by a long journey from distant markets. We recommend our • APEX BRAND • as at least equal to any standard brand on the market, with the distinct advantage of much shorter interval from roaster to cup. Our • FANCY • BLENB • of genuine M0CHH and JKlLK will make the most de- licious and luxurious cup of coffee...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

IB THE TEXAS MINER. L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Engines, Boilers aftti 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. 1i> i |y corrugtaed iron, ^ * V Crimped Roofing, Your Pressed Standing Seam, Steel Brick Siding ME BHCK UP EXZERY STHTEM0NT SS SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. SS est. Unlike other soap it is as good in the toilet or bath as in the laundry. TVimi Qflniia Af /- ■*• Í tinol nnn a 11 tvi 11 fir ; <■ . ...: 11 n C*- • „ 1 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 and Treas. L. B. Pipkin, Asst. Sec'y and Treas, Beaumont Lumber Co. Manufacturers of Rough, Dressed and Sized Long Leaf Yellow Pi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

The: Texas Miner m Buy Clothing Marked c Í C. P. K. CO.," The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated "Little Admiral" and "Little Stayer," —(Child's Suits,)— Double seat and knee, linen and silk sewed, warranted not to rip. Oarlington & Montgomery, Wholesale Dealebs in FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. OMM1SSION MERCHANTS 1621 and 1623 Main St., 1620 and 1622 Rusk St., Ft. Worth, Texas. ¿IPATENTS-fc 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. 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,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 August 1895

20 The Texas Miner, 5I70 5exa5 /T\iper. 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 SEIND FOR $1 ii— THE TEXAS MINER AND THE NEW YORK CITY WEEKLY "PRESS' TO ANY ADDRESS ONE YEAR. We will pay to Agents <^25* Or For $2.50, We will send the New York DAILY Morning Advertiser, the Sunday WEEKLY Advertiser AND THE for each subscription ob- tained and sent on either of the two propositions. Texas niner for one: vezar SAMPLE PAPERS WILL BE SENT TO ANY APPLICANTS. E8 •Í We Can say To our Friends That the Morning Advertiser Is one of the Ablest as well as one of the £3 Oldest Dailies published in New York City. We think this the most fa- vorable offer ever made to intelligent readers. What yon think, time will tell. 5<^xas yT\iper.

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

....i.;..; VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS? SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1895. ~ NO. 40. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. THE DREAMS. TWO dreams came down to earth one night From the realm of mist and dew; One was a xlream of the old, old days, And one was a dream of the new. One was a dream of a shady lane I hat led to the pickerel pond Where the willows and rushes bowed themselves To the brown old hills beyond. And the people that peopled that old-time dream. Were pleasant and fair to see, And the dreamer he walked with them again As often of old walked he. Oh, cool was the wind in the shady lane That tangled his curly hair! Oh, sweet was the music the robbins made To the springtime everywhere ! Was it the dew the dream had brought From yonder midnight skies, Or was it tears from the dear dead years, I hat lay in the dreamer's eyes ? The other dream ran fast and free, As the moon benignly shed Her golden grace on the smiling face In the little trundle bed. For 'twas a dream of times to come, Of the glorious n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Miner. NEWS NUGGETS. London has 200,000 factory girls. The world's railroads reach 406.466 miles. The royal plate at Windsor is valued at $10,000,000. In France there are far more female that male bicyclists. The Himalaya mountains have been seen 224 miles away. Three-fourths of the landed surface of the earth is unfit for cultivation. Sir Arthur Sullivan realized $50,000 by his song, "The Lost Chord." The savings of the working classes of Great Britain amount to $1,200,000,000. The number of suicides in the German empire is not far from 10,000 every year. There is a movement in England to have public school chil- dren taught to swim. The yield of South African gold fields this year will reach a value of $50,000,000. Mascagni is hard at work setting Shakspeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" to music. Pasteur died in the stable where one hundred horses were kept for scientific purposes. The growth of aluminum increased from 83 pounds in 1885 to 550,000 pounds in 1894. James ...

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

The Texas Miner. 3 FT. WORTH RAILWAY AND NEWS NOTES. Fort Worth, October 14, 1895. Editor Texas Miner: S. R. West, scale inspector of the Texas & Pacific, was here Saturday. H. Russell, Texas & Pacific switchman, is laying off on account of sickness. Homer Eads, commercial agent of the Missouri Pacific was here Saturday. C. E. Lewis, claim agent of the Cotton Belt, was here Thurs- day from Tyler. T; W. Jackson of Galveston, land commissioner of the Santa l^e, is in the city. A. A. Glisson, traveling passenger agent of the Cotton Belt came in Saturday. P. H. Coombs, commercial agent of the Cotton Belt, went out on the line Saturday. Major W. S. R. Parker, commercial agent of the Santa Fe, has returned from Dallas. W. A. Dashiell, traveling passenger agent of the Texas & Pa- cific, was here Thursday. H. L. Patterson, car marker of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas went to Waco Thursday. P. A. Miller, commercial agent of the Houston & Texas Cen- tral, was here Wednesday....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

A 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, October 19, 1895. YES, WHEN THE SKIES FALL WE WILL CATCH LARKS IT is understood that the Hon. John G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury, is considered by his friends to be residuary legatee of the Cleveland Administration, and the logical can- didate cn the score of his campaign against gold reserve. His friends, who perceive the practical impossibility of another term for Mr! Cleveland, declare that Mr. Carlisle is the one Democrat conspicuously and officially identified with Mr. Cleveland's mon- etary and financial policies, and that he is. therefore, entitled to the nomination. Certainly if the long endurance of an exceed- ingly difficult situation deserves such high rewar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Miner. was apparent that India's power of absorption of silver continued to be very great, for more than a year and a half after the clos- ing of the India mints to the coinage of that metal it became un- doubted that silver was still considered by the Indian population as treasure, and that it was still being hoarded by them. Previ- ously silver was hoarded mostly in the form of rupees, which ex- plains why, notwithstanding the large annual coinages, the pur- chasing power of the rupee in the interior decreased so little; now, however, in consequence of the declined price, bar silver and coarse articles of ornament are used for this purpose. Hence it is that silver has not ceased to compete with the Council bills. It still continues to be material for arbitrage; although it can no longer be transformed into a medium of legal tender payment, and is therefore of smaller value than the rupee, it is considered in India to be a commodoty which is very much sought after, and wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

6 THE Texas MINER. for the comforts of life, provided we had what he was pleased to call sound money. Well, we have just got to take care of ourselves, and we can do it, too. We can force the free coinage of silver; we can pre- vent our being forced under the thumb ot the money power—by just voting every time for those seeking office who are in favor of the free coinage of silver. The next place from which you will hear from me will be somewhere west of the Missouri river, and at some time that I can find an hour or two to chat with you. Observer. # # # # # he touches canadian soil, then writes us again from michigan, resuming his journey westward. Detroit, Mich., October 6, 1895. Editor Texas Miner : I LEFT New York last night at 4:30, and at 8:30 a. m. here I am in the beautiful city of Detroit, and at 4:30 p. m. will be in Chicago. It is the perfection of railroad travel to take this limited train on the New York Central; in three hours we reach Albany without having made a stop....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Minkík. who have acquired their own fortunes, and are also known to be Oien of the most conservative character, men who, as we once said of a very safe man, nothing but death would ever get any of their money away from them. The old firm of Nave-McCord company is the stand-by in the grocery trade. So far as the writer is concerned he .received an "eye-opener" in visiting St. Jo. I, like many others, thought of it as a town where before the era of railroads it was an outfitting town for crossing the plains, and that it had remained an old, sleepy river town. We also found that besides being a live business town, its people were hospitable to a fault. Good-bye, St. Jo, we will see you again later. From St. Jo to Omaha is a quick trip. Taking the Kansas City Cv Omaha railroad at night one reaches Omaha in the morning, and at 2 p. m. I took the "Overland Flyer," and at the present writing we are climbing the Rocky Mountains. The first time I went over this route our ideas ot t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

8 The Texas MINER. should think it best not to tell any of us that he was sick? And I, his petted daughter, though I knew he was taking opium to soothe his great pain, was so absorbed by.my lovers, my games and my dresses that I just hoped it would come all right. If I could only remember that even once I pitied his sufferings or felt anxious about his life, I might bear his loss better ! My dear, dear father ! Oh, how terrible it is to love when it is too late !' " The story is common enough. Many a father, year after year, goes in and out of his home, carrying the burden and doing the labor of life, while those whom he tenderly loves hold with but careless hands all of honor or gold he wins by toil and pain. Then, some day his head and hands can work no more; and the hearts that had not learned the great lesson of unselfish love while love was their teacher, must now begin their sad duty when love has left them alone forever. It is now their place to carry the daily heavy cross th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

has fluctuated slightly, declining from 37 to 36.50, against 56 a year ago. Cotton has also fluctuated but little this week, closing at 9.12, against 6.05 a year ago. Pork is steady at $10, against $14.50 a year ago. Coffee steady at 16 cents, against 15 a year ago. Sugar steady at 4.75, against 462 a year ago. Sales of wool have been large, amounting to 11,249,200 pounds, against 7,o99,6°o same week last year. Transactions, however, were largely speculative. The wool market abroad is 10 to 15 per cent, higher. Quotations show little change here, and the tend- ency is toward higher prices. In the industries, iron and steel mills are working to their full- est capacity on old orders, which will last for some time, but new orders are not plentiful at the advanced rates, and Bessemer pig is $1 per ton lower at Pittsburg, and Grey Forge 25 cents lower. In cotton manufacturing some works are already up to orders and accumulating goods for a future demand, while others show a disposition ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

ÍO The: Texas Miner. and we fear he won't be sufficiently recovered to best "Old Bull" in the next contest. The friends here of Mr. W L. Evans (storekeeper in charge of the El Capitan Land and Cattle Co.'s stores at Richardson, N. M.) will be glad to learn of his coming marriage to Miss Ella Drumgold of Terrell, the happy event taking place at Terrell on October 29. Mr. Evans writes us that himself and bride will probably stop over at Thurber on their way to New Mexico. Every postmaster in Texas is authorized by this notice to re- ceive and receipt for subscriptions to The Texas Miner. For every annual cash subscriber we will allow you a commission of 25 cents—send us six-bits and keep the change. See the com- bination offer on page 20 of this issue. The same commission— two-bits—goes. Make a few extra quarters and at the same time help us to swell our subscription list. A New Combination Offer We send The Texas Miner and the New York Weekly Press for $1, and we offer for $2.50 and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 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, 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 William Beckies, Richard Nimmo, Sam Graves, Henry Bray, <G. W. Bruner, James Nimmo, John Cochran, W. B. Wilkins, Tom Dooley, S. J. Armstrong, James Lane. G. C. Hamilton, W. R. Mitchell, J. W. Haggard, Joe Yarbrow, W. S. Smithev, W. M. Knight, George A. Paton, John Barclay, John Cardine, William Lewis, Jamies Murray, William Matin, Davd Cowan, David Alexander, W. J. O'Neil. F. E. Miller, Joe Laikoski, Thomas Ainscough, Joseph Partington, M. Rafter, D. Gerchner, G. R. Gordon, B. Liugi, Frank Micono, Fran...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

12 The Texas Miner. Qoal Capds por ^a\e. No. 1. 650acres, being an undivided interestin the Jose Maria Diaz original survey of 3343 acres. This survey lies immediately southwest and adjoining the town of Thurber. extending within about 500 yards of the working shafts of the Texas & Pacific Coal Company. It is owned in undivided interests as follows: Texas & Pacific Coal Company, 1993 acres; J. C. Kerby, 70J acres, and C.J. Shapard 650 acres. At pres- ent the bulk of the survey is under fence and used by the Texas & Pacific Coal Company asa pasture and upon which their slaughtering pens are located. This survey is known to have a fine vein of good coal under it, the samí as that now mined at Thurber, and also includes a very large body of the finest agricultural valley land. Price, $15 per acre. JNo. 2. No. 3. No. 4. No. 5. No. 6. No. 7. No. 8. No. 9. No. 10. No. 11. 342 (5-10 acres, being the original E. T. and I. Eggleston sur- vey, adjoining the above described Diaz su...

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