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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Miner 13 Ld CO O -I D 0 1 in ^?0\ASH\UGi ■ÜÉ 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 POWDER. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 3I?e aboue pou/der is used exclusively by tl?e Sexas Ü Pacific <?oal <?o. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and New I ork. SeiDENBERG <X GO'S • GIGARS # Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California Mid Winter Exposition . Office and Salesrooms: ist Ave. & 74th St., New York. Wholesale, ...YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. We Carry Complete Line of © Dry Ooods, purr}isf?ir)<¿ Qoods, Bootj, Sf?oe5 ai?d j-Iats, u/hKh u/e offer tl?e Jrade as lou; as apy tyouje 117 tt?e Qouptry. |* SANGER BROS. 4 ^1' o-*<- SC0. ANTQN & BRQ., MINERS' L?AMPS. Office and Factory, Park Avenue, P. O. Box 64. flONONGAHELA CITY, Pa. HE International & Great Northern R'y Co. AND ITS CONNECTIONS, Form the QUICKEST, SHORTEST and BEST...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

14 The Texas Miner. OtIR TEL BIREGTORV. GOOD HOTELS IN OLD MEXICO. GOOD HOTELS IN THE UNITED STATES. HOTEL del JARDIN, City of Mexico. THE WORTH HOUSE, [Formerly the Texas Hotel.] Stephenville, Texas. ^¡|*||^ H. B. Whitworth. RATES, $2.00 REIR DAY. Guarantees the Best Accommodations in the City. Patronage of the Traveling Men especially solicited. Good sample room. HOTEL de la PLAZA, Hotel Gran Sociedad, ■S* TOLUCCH. Fort Worth, Texas. Hotel Oseóuera, Fort Worth, y Texas. H morel,a. 0R1ENTAÜ HOTEL, OfEL DEL -JARDIN, dallas, Texas. ...PUEBLH. V ictoria H ote I, DURANGO. Hotel de Francia, City of Oaxaca. HOTEL COLON, Zacatecas. Browi) Palace * Hobel, denver, colorado. Knutsford = Hotel, ...SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH... GRflH:;oTELi torreon. Humboldt Hotel, Guadalajara. *4 BEP2T ROTEL' • jp§- Ogden, Utah. The Bader Patent Smoke Protector. PROTECTION TO LIFE, HEALTH & PROPERTY INVALUABLE FOR USE IN Fire Departments, Fire Patrols, Mines, Ho tela, Colleges, Factories, Asylums, In- stitutes,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Miner 15 THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., Importers and Jobbers of . Dry Qoods ai?d fíotiops Cor. 8th and Main Sts*, Fort Worth, Tex. pa m ^ XI cu (P RAINWATER-DONOGHY HAT CO., WHOLESALE (Successors to C. C. Raihwatkh Hat Co.) RATS, CAPS, STRAW G06DS, LABIES' HATS ANB GL9VES. Nos. 511 & 513 Washington Ave., 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. jse it ar.d 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 Eaoj.v Hat ft na ran teed. For sale by ail the Leading Dealers. When You Are in Stephenville, Call On K. DHMSON^f For First-Class Meis TehaudrarBo?8!or the Liquors, Cigars and And Always Treats them Right. AJ| ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Miner. For the Economy of the Household, -c==-and the Happiness of the Family A Good Cooking StOVC Is Indispensable COMFORT AND SPEED COMBINED WHEN TRAVELING VIA THE 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. M. L. HARRIS, Traveling Salesman for White, Branch & M^Conkin, 807 and 809 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, flissouri, • WHOLESALE 0 .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, Gla...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

The Texas Miner 17 g^ftt CELEBRATED SHOES. mm 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 (SMig AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Beware of imitations. Be sure t-> get the original. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS. TGXHS DRUG COMPHNY. Wholesale Druggists, Dallas, Texas. We carry the largest stock in ouv line, in the State. Our goods are entirely neiv, having been purchased di- rect from manufacturers, when we opened business, on July 1st. We have no old stock. We are State Agents for the Celebrated "El Principe Real" 5-cent Cigar. Ask your dealer for this Cigar and take no other. See guarantee on each box. use; BEST SIX GORD MILE-END ^OLCGm For flachine or Hand Use. AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS MILLAR'S: • •• pepai^Spiees S AT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO, i£93. Something Novel! • . . Sifting Top! Preservative Package! Ready for use IN KITCHEN O...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 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 tva corrugtaed iron, vj i V Crimped Roofing, Pressed Standing Seam, Y OUr Steel Brick Sid ding 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- -v- ford County," " Horse Shoe" and "Sugar Valley," * which are strictly pure and mellow Hand-made * Sour Mash, Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. We 5? 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. o. box, 545 Fort Worth, Texas. The Best is Always t...

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

The Texas Miner 10 Buy Clothing Marked ( í C. P. K. CO.," The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated ■"Little Admiral" and "Little Stayer," —CCbUd's Suits,)— Double seat and knee, linen and silk sewed, warranted not to rip. A GREAT COMBINE • • • • • " MINERS' SUNSHINE E^upiop Oil, Garlington & Montgomery, Wholesale Dealers in FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. OMMISSION MERCHANTS 1621 and 1623 Main St., 1620 and 1622 Rusk St., Ft. Worth, Texas. ^PATENTS* 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. 53~No 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 f...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 19 October 1895

20 The Texas Miner. 5fye 5exa5 ff\i per. 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 ii— THE TEXAS MINER AND THE NEW YORK CITY WEEKLY "PRESS' TO ANY ADDRESS ONE YEAR. We will pay to Agents ^25 c4" 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 fliner for one; ve;ar SAMPLE PAPERS WILL BE SENT TO ANY APPLICANTS. We think this the most fa- vorable offer ever made to intelligent readers. What you think, time will tell. 5<^xas /T\ii)er We Can say To our Friends That the Morning Advertiser ;• £§ Is one of the || Ablest as well ; |3 as one of the ¡ £3 Oldest Dailies published 5 §3 in New York City. Í ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. NO. 41. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. WHEN OUR SHIP COMES IN. A LI 1 TLE child dwelt by the flowing sea, YY And her home was the home of poverty; She ran with bare feet o'er the golden sands, And gathered shells with her small brown hands. Gay strangers came in rich robes dight, But the little maiden shunned their sight, And shaking her curls o'er her blushing face, Sped away like a fawn that Hies the chase. When the strangers were gone, said the mother mild, "What was it dismayed thee, my darling child?" "Oh, mother, my feet were bare and brown, I had no bonnet, and then—this gown!" She held up the skirt of her faded frock, Sadly rent by the rugged rock, And she said, with a deep and long-drawn sigh "Will I have such dresses as they by and by ?" Her mother smiled with a grave, sweet grace, As she smoothed the curls from the half-grieved face And said, "When our ship comes in from the sea, You shall have garments and all things free." "When ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

TUB) TBXAS NEWS NUGGETS. The engineer of the Texas Centra! railroad has completed plans for a new passenger and freight depot in East Waco. The grand jury has indicted seventeen of the butchers of Paris, Texas, for failing to file reports and bills of sale as required by law. A winter campaign is being planned by Captain General Cam- pos, who will divide the army into small bands, and thus fight Cubans on even terms. The flower show at Sherman, Texas, was a grand success, and the crowd in attendance was a very great one. The exhibits all exceeded the fondest anticipations. The Goulds are again before the public through the return of the tax appraiser in New York, who estimates their personal property to be worth $80,934,580, and the real estate $2,000,- 000. The Chattanooga Tradesman reports that the condition of the Southern iron markets ' has been strengthened by favorable re- ports from tests made of Southern low grade basic iron in mak- ing steel." The prize fight decision has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. FT. WORTH RAILWAY AND NEWS NOTES. FoRT WORTH, October 21, 1895. Editor TEXAS MiNER: W. T. Gates, agent at Aubrey, Texas, was in the city last Wednesday. S. G. Warner, genera! passenger agent of the Cotton Beit, was here Thursday. P. A. Miller, commercial agent for the Houston & Texas Cen- tral, came in Thursday. Sands & Astley's circus went to Bridgeport over the Rock Island last Tuesday night. G. H. Turner, assistant general freight agent of the Texas & Pacific, was here Tuesday. E. Koehler, commercial agent of the Chicago & Alton, came in Tuesday from St. Louis. The Texas & Pacific announces a $i round trip rate from this city to Dallas during the fair. M. E. Sebree, trainmaster of the Rock Island, went north Wednesday night with the circus. J. H.Cobb shipped a carload of fine Holstein cattle to Dallas Wednesday night for a fair exhibit. H. G. Krake, assistant general freight agent for the Missouri Pacific, of St. Louis, came in Tuesday. E. E. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

THE) TE)XAS THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. MCADAMS. EDtTOR. SUBSCR)PT!ON RATES: One Year $).oo. Single Copies $c. F-UBLISH EH K VBR Y SA'rtJRDAV. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1895. THE VALUE OF MONEY ST!LL !NCREAS!NQ. !\ AR. A. J. WARNER, writing upon "The Value of Money," i V 1 says : "How !ong is this policy of increasing the value of money, attended, of necessity, by falling prices, to continue ? Is the supply of money to be fed hereafter only from the diminishing stream of gold, or shall it be fed, as in all the ages of the past, from the mines of both the metals? Upon the solution of this question depends, I believe, the future prosperity of our country and of the race. "The earth has been searched from pole to pole for gold, and there is little prospect of any large supply from any quarter. The mythical land of Midas and the Golden Fleece has long since vanished. The mountains of Thrace and the sands of Pactolus, that once supplied Greece with her golden treasures, were ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

TUB TEXAS MlNBR. 5 wealth. On the other hand, every debt must be paid out of the products of labor. Therefore a rise in the value of money com- pels the debtor to turn over more of those products to satisfy the debt. It operates continuously, day after day, week after week, year after year, and is in the nature of a tax upon industry and proseuction.—[Bartine. THE fl!N!NQ S!TUATtON EUROPAEN MARKETS. ^ ^/^\NE of our foreign correspondents," says Messrs. Watson \^ & Gibson, New York, "writes an interesting letter on the mining situation in the European markets, as follows: "The excitement in the gold mining section continues to trans- cend all other interests in the stock markets, which, as pointed out on an earlier page, have once more, in presence of it, been fain to 'pale their ineffectual fires.' Thus far nothing appears to check the ardour of the movement, which really seems to be de- generating into a wild gamble. The refusal of bank advances, the curtailment of carrying-ove...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

6 THE) TBXAS MlMBR. bring immigration and capital into the South, but to divert Souther trade away from New York to Cincinnati. A!! these po- tential factors have operated to keep the North and South apart, not to rake up political reasons that have so recently been buried that they are better left undisturbed. In view of the labor and socialist disturbances that an element of foreign immigrants have made more violent, as well as the congested condition of society and trade in older Northern and Western states, it is easy to believe the South, quietly working out its own destiny, has not really suf- fered by this apparently unequal distribution, of fortune's favor. At any rate, it has left in tact an American civilization of the highest order and the purest character, with many broad acres of land, which the experience of the North has taught us to offer only to a select and desirable class of immigrants, that we may escape the very mistakes that we did not have an opportunity to pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

THE) TBXAS MlNE)R. at last the sepu!cher of the dead, and the laughing, musical voices of the proud past are but a memory in the columned man- sion of Genera! Lee. Sheridan of the Army, and Porter of the Navy, sleep their !ast sleep in front of Arlington Mansion; and the stars and stripes floating from the tall staff throws its glinting shadows over the heroes that rest below. Long regimental lines of white marble headstones fade away into forest vistas, and Sheridan seems again to ride down the val- ley, through Winchester, to turn retreat into victory. Templed, unhke the Roman Pantheon, the divinities of Ar- lington are dedicated to patriotism, and its worshipers are a Christian people. From its columned porch the eye beholds to the East and North across the Potomac the mansions, temples, steeples, domes of Washington and Georgetown, framed in by the rolling hills of Maryland. To the South and West, the eye may linger on the historic Long Bridge and Alexandria, where the martyr El...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

TH^ TBXAS not quotablyhigher, interior holders demand 2 cents above the price at the seaboard. This throws the demand upon foreign wools, which under the present tariff are tree of duty and exer- cise an important influence upon the interests of American woo! growers. In boots and shoes much the same condition of things exists as in the iron industry. Prices of leather are so high that the profits of manufacturers have been reduced, as they have not been able to advance prices in proportion to that of raw material. Shipments for the week were 61,178 cases, against 80,608 cases the same week last year. There has been an improvement in the coal trade and prices of anthracite have advanced to $3.50 and $3.70 per ton f. o. b. New York. And the Western demand has been so large for anthracite that it is now selling in Chicago somewhat above the New York basis. In general distribution an active business continues based upon larger purchasing power of the masses, both in manufacturing and a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

THE) TEXAS 9 ot the political outlook, of which he says: "It about needs a foreign war to get this country on a healthy basis. politically and financially. If we could engage in conflict, say with some great European power, perhaps the usurers would stop sending out the country's gold for a while. The Democratic party is controlled Sold worshipers between whom and the Republicans there is not the least difference of sentiment on the most vital question of the day. Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Sherman stand for the same ideas in finance. What is there to enthuse voters in the battle of next year ? Both the old parties will declare for gold only, and if there was some metal still more valuable and scarce they would advocate that. The Republicans,with better discipline and the prestige of many recent victories, will go ahead and elect their candidate, whose position will be just what theShylocksask. So matters will progress the gold combine continually squeezing the Treasury and the people co...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

io TUB) and "keep the change." You never can make the same amount with so little effort. Try it. Call attention to the special clubbing offers on page 20, also first paragraph under "Local Notes." The 25 cents commission goes, just the same, in all these offers. It isn't money we're after especially, but thoughtful, intelligent readers. If you wish a business education, or a knowledge of Phonog- raphy, Typewriting or Telegraphy at the least total cost, with diploma from Kentucky University on graduation, we advise you to call at THE TEXAS MiNER ofhce, or write us, before mak- ing arrangements elsewhere. We have a full-term scholarship in the renowned Commercial College of Lexington, Ky., and any one desiring to attend a business college will hnd it to their ad- vantage to see us. Reeves and "Dusty" put up a job on "Poney" one night re- cently, which worked so successfully that Reeves hurt himself laughing. They placed a huge artificial snake in his bed in such a manner that he could...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

TUB) TB)xAS MlNE)R n Free Coinage C!ub. 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 wmw for 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. Smithey, 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, Frank Bernsheim. Henri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 26 October 1895

IS TUB TKXAS MlNE)R. (oa! tlapds ^or ^a!e. No. 1. 650acrps, Ijein^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 asfoliows: Texas &Paci6c Coal Company. 1993 acres; J C. Kerby, 70 J acres, and C.J. Shapard 650 acres. At pres- ent the bulk of the survey is under fence and used by the Texas & Pacific Coa! Company as a pasture and upon which their slaughtering pens are located. This survey is known to have a fine vein of good coal und^r it, the same as that now mined at Thurber, and also includes a very large body of the finest agricultural valley land. Price, $15 per acre. 342 U-10 acres, being the original E. T. and I. Eggleston sur- vey, adjoining the above described Diaz survey on the south and west. Twenty-four inch vein of fine coal; surface pa...

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