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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. OUR WASHtNGTON LETTER. [Special Correspondence of THE TEXAS MiNEH.] WASHINGTON. D. C., June 4, 1894. SPECULATING SENATORS. There is no longer any doubt that the published charges con- cerning the speculation of Senators in sugar stock were based upon correct information. One Senator has acknowledged the corn, pleading extenuating circumstances, and ii one di& it is probable that more did. In fact, Senator Hill intimated very strongly, in his speech in favor of public sittings of the investi- gating committee, his belief that other Senators had speculated. Senator McPnerson of New Jersey is the man who acknowledges having made $1,500 by speculating in sugar stock, the extenuat- ing circumstances being that he sold the stock as soon as he re- alized the impropriety of his action, when he might have made much larger profits by having held on to it awhile longer. The testimony of the man who is claimed to have said that he over- heard a conversation between members ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

4 THE TEXAS MINER THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McADAMS, EDtTOR. SUBSCRtPTiON RATES: One Year , ^ C- , ^ . P'.OO. Smgte Copies Advertising Rates made known on appiication to the Business Office. PUBLISHED EVBRY Entered at the Post-Office in Thurber, Texas, as Second-Ctass Mai! Matter. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JuNE 9, 1894. THE TEXAS MINER will be sent to any names given to us by our friends for three months free of ail cost. If, at the end of that time, they do not wish to subscribe for it, it will be entirely satisfactory to us. It 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 wantto keep up with the times from the columns of a weekly paper—they are the kmd who will become permanent subscribers. I HE Commonweal is now a common nuisance and will end up in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS M1NLH. PUT A DOLLAR'S WORTH OFS!LVER!N A DOLLAR/ "THE above catch word we see running through ail the papers i that are controlled by the creditor classes and those who are in favor of monometallism. Now, what is the true meaning of the words, "A dollar's worth of silver in a dollar." In this coun- try the ratio of silver and gold is nearly sixteen ounces of silver to one ounce of gold. In England, where silver is only used as subsidiary coin, it is 14.57 ounces of silver to one of gold. On the continent of Europe it is 15 1-2 ounces of silver to one ot gold. For thousands of years, up to 1817, when England de- monetized silver, silver and gold were the mediums of exchange for the valuation of all and every kind of real and personal prop- erty, and for all these years at a ratio of about 15 1-2 to one. In 1817, England having become the creditor nation of the world, through her dominant manufacturing interests, and from having the carrying trade on the high seas largely in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

6 THE TEXAS MINER WHY NOT TRY US? "THE i exas & Pacific Coal company has the best coal ca!mp in j any country. It does not ask any man who works for it about his politics, religion, what organization he belongs to, whether that of the Knights of Labor, United Mine Workers or any other. The questions asked are: First, are you a long wall miner? Second, do you understand your business, do you want steady work and prompt pay? If so, come; the company guar- antees protection to every one in it's employ. It also offers as an inducement dry, safe mines in which to work, cheap homes, good schools, a healthy town, good climate, steady work, cheap living, churches for alt denominations, an accident hospital and a medical department that is not excelled for ability anywhere, the best of government, good society and cheap pleasures. It only requires men to mind their own business, to do their work in a workmanlike manner. It has many miners who have for years worked in it's mines, brought ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 /fere's Beonomy/ Owing to the concentration of its nutritive properties two ounces of Silver Churn But- terine wil! perform the work of three ounces of Creamery But- ter. Our Cook Book, free on application, explains fully. CTmrn in first cost than Here is a is lower — — Creamery Butter. ^ double saving—in price and in per ga^ by first You just wait a few days if you are intending to buy FARM WAGONS, SULKEYS, CARTS, and we will save you lots of cold cash. 1. & P. CoAL Co. Brilliant Coat Oil. The T. & P. Coal company will sell, from it's huge tank. Brilliant Coal Oil by the barrel for 12 1-2 cents per gallon, and in 5-gallon cans at 75 cents per can—the customer furnishing the can. You Gut Em; We WaMt 'Em. We want eggs. We want butter. We want farm products of every kind. We will pay you the highest market price in cold cash. Come and see us, and bring what you have to sell. TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL COMPANY, quantity. class grocers. ARMOUR PACK!NG Co. KANSAS...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

8 THE TEXAS MINER. A Doitar Hade BY BUY!NQ Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co.'s —SHOES. Wear Longest, Fit Best, Cut Down Your Shoe Bill One-Half. The T. & P. COAL CO. Sell Them. S. M. FURMAN. BEN O. SM!TH. ^urman & 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 C!TY, None better, few as good, will have an "ad" in this paper some time. Thisisanotice. A CARD * The manager of the mercantile de- partment of the Texas & Pacific Coal Company, after repeated trials, has selected the We Claim for the Celebrated E! Belmont Cigars 6 > —nr^THE HIGHEST*^— Order of Excellence Attainable in Cigar Manufacture. Cl-EKR HKMnNK. QUBHN H^ND yV^HDE. S Hernsheim Bros. & Co., NEW ORLEANS, LA. ) Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-* rent busi...

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

THE TEXAS MtNER. 9 !F YOU WANT A F)RE EXTtNQUtSHER COME TOTHURBER AND BUY. ^3 THE TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL CO. ARE AGENTS FORTHtS... 4 F!RE EXT!NGU!SHER. IHE CL!PPER F!RE EXT!NGU!SHER. SAFE, DURABLE. CHEAP. PARLtN & ORENDORFF CO., DALLAS, TEXAS. n *— & Aga MOST CONYENtENT! HOST EFFECTIYE! THE SAFEST! ^ ^BNBBSBRSKSSR 2^CSS j TEXAS & PAC!F!C COAL COMPANY, Agents for the PARL!N & ORENDORFF CO. This Space is Reserved for The James W. Tufts' 5oda Fountain .... Manufacturers Boston, = = = Mass. fRORBER, WHYLANB COMPANY, NEW YORK CtTY. This Space is Reserved for the * Ad." of the above firm Who!esa!e Dealers in Fancy Groceries. Brown's St^oc$ tpitt BOear tPeH. In order that a Shoe may wear well it must not only be made of good material, but it must At well. A Shoe that fits badly in the toe will be very apt to wear out quickly in the toe. When you get a Shoe that fits perfectly everywhere, a Shoe that is sewed perfectly everywhere, a Shoe that is made of perfect leather eve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

10 THE TEXAS MINER .TAMES McCoRD, President. 8. 8. McCoRD, Treasurer. J. BURNETT CoLLixs, Vice President. E. M. 8CHENECKER, Secretary. McCord-Collins Commerce Co . . . WHOLESALE .... GROCERS AND IMPORTERS. . SPEC)ALT!ES . . Round Table, Twist Tobacco, EC. 25oz. Baking Powder, Plymouth Bock Gelatine, Magnolia Sugar Syrup, Perfection Molasses, Quail Rolled Oats, Mokaska Coffee, Figaro Cigars, Red Eye 16oz. Smoking Tobacco, El Emilio Key West Cigars, Abell's Pie Preparation, Krug's Hams and Lard, R. 8. V. P. Table Salt, Bailey's Pure Soap, Heinz Pickles, LEWtS BROTHERS, II )N . . . . HHRDMHRE, STOVES, Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackie. ^ AGENTS FOR ^ VAN'S HOTEL KtTCHEN FURNtTURE. FORT WORTH. TEXKS. . . WE CARRY The Finest Line of Fancy Groceries in the State. WRITE US FOR PRICES. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. MARTIN CASEY. CHAS. J. SWASEY. OSCAR SEUGMAN SAM. LEVY. Casey, Swasey & Co. W. T. LEAGUE, T T ATTORNEY AT LAW, Forb IVorbi), T^xas. ATTORNEY FOR TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL CO. !! .... W...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER L M Rumsey M'f'g Co. Garlington & Montgomery, COMMiSStON MERCHANTS Manufacturers and Jobbers of Engines, Boilers and Hoisting Machinery, . . . MiNE, MtLL, MACHINISTS' . . . Blacksmith and Foundry Supplies, Agricultural implements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Belting, Hose and Packing. ooo Whoiesaie Deaiers in Fruits and Western Produce, o o o o 1621 and 1623 Main Street, 1620 and 1622 Rusk Street, 810 N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUtS, MO. BUY Your CORRUGTAED !RON, V CR!MPED ROOF!NG, PRESSED STAND!NG SEAM, STEEL BR!CK S)D!NG AND AH Kinds of iron or Stee) and Machine Shop Suppties OF E. E. SOUTHER !RON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUtS, MO. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. F, L. CARROLL, President. G. R. FERGUSON, Vice-President. J, N. GILBERT, Sec'y and Treas. L. B. PtPKfN, Asst. Sec'y and Treas. BEAUMONT LUMBER CO. Manufacturers of Rough, Dressed and Sized LongLeafYettowPine LUMBER Ties, Raitroad and Mining Timbers a Speciatty. Stock of Dimension, Ftooring, Ceiiing, Siding, Finish, Et...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

)2 THE TEXAS M!NER, THE Parry Han ufactu ring Company, OF !ndianapo)is, tndiana, Are the first in the trade m the manufacture of "1" S * Light Vehicles Tiie above cut is from a piiotograpii oftlieir extensive works. TmjRBER, TEXAS. (3^X38 & P<3C!j !G ($02! (\0., ts! GOOO <tX3@@

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. !3 Drug Department. Ptay Ba)!, Boys Boys, Come nd Look at our Sporting Goods. Boys' Base Balls, prices from ^c to ^1.00 each. Boys' Solid Rubber Balls, prices ioc to 20c each. Boys' Bouncer Baiis, prices ^c to 10c each. Boys' Base Bali Bats, price 1 ^c each. Ail first class material. The Ladies are invited to come and examine our Chamois Skins, as they are very useful, prices 2^c to %i.oo each. We have the finest line of Toilet Soaps of any house in the State, and cheaper than sold elsewhere. Our Glycerine, Turkish Bath and Cabinet Soaps are simply immense and everybody likes them. Speaking of Perfumes, we are the people. Only the very best handled. Just received a nice line of Bath and Slate Sponges. Come and iook at them. Some Elegant boxed Papate- ries of all kinds, and cheap, too. An experienced Jeweler is now in charge of our Jewelry Department, and is prepared to do your work in quick order, and give entire satisfac- tion. Everything in the Jewelry line at ast...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

14 THE TEXAS MINER. $ Nothing Succeeds Like Saccess. ^ Our summer business was never so good before at this season of the year. This ^ is veiy encouraging; this makes us fee! like using every exertion to make it still ^ better, it shows that our peopie appreciate liberal dealing, liberal stocks, reason- ^ able prices, and goes to show that the public recognize our Dry Goods Department ^ as one of the best in the State. ^ So Many Novelties ^ That it would be an endless task to enumerate them. -r-, - i i r , ^ New Embroideries, New Dress Goods, Thus Week r „ , ; Lawns, -- India Lmen, ^3!^. JOMMannderedShirt^ S^r- :: 1 .AtM.,w^«^. fgSL,. We have just received a targe stock of Jeans Pants, and have never offered such values as now at $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 per pair. Men's Cassiniere Pants, $3.00 and $3.50, the nicest kind! Ladies' Sateen Skirts at $1.00. You are not in the Swim If you don't wear one of our Tourist Hats at $3.00, in btack and grey with btack band. Other teading stytes at...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. - '5 TEXHS &PHC!F!C COHLCO. ,<! . Grocery Department. We are Still Giving 20 lbs. Granulated Sugar for 90 Cents. We beg to call the attention of the public to the unprecedented success we have accomplished ir Tea trade. We are straining every point to bring our Teas to every home in tins distJict )V . 1 - - J ourl a+r^ntrtli llPiRld^S o'lVlUi? A Valuable in our lea naut;. wc <^ic - ,i *i . i - - 1 if selling at the lowest price compatible with splendid flavor and strength, besides giving a valuable present with every pound of our Tea, you can get anything you want m the Crockery or Glassware line Thrifty house keepers are taking advantage of this inducement Why not eveiy woman follow suit? ^ Some people say 110 matter about the price so long as they get the best quality oi ooods. Now we are prepared to give the best quality of goods m the grocery line at prices below what other grocers sell inferior goods at. This fact is being proved every day by peop e l...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. p m n n §otd St^rou^odt ^TEXHSKr 00 B ^HANDLED BY^ 5exas 9 paei^ie Coat

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

TEXAS MtNER SUPPLEMENT. THE TEXAS MINER. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JuNE 9, 1894. Caught in the Act. For several days a party of "outsiders" has been working hard to create trouble between the Texas & Pacific Coa! company and it's miners, endeavoring to incite a strike, and to further demor- alize the condition of things in general, and things came to a -show down" on last Saturday night by these "outsiders" sneak- ingly invading camp, breaking into the house and conducting a secret meeting in the old Knights of Labor hall, a building on the company's property, and owned by the company, situated m that portion of the camp known as 'Strikertown." lhey had their plans well arranged, the meeting being led by two white men, Stewart and Bradford, and a negro named Parrott, the lat- ter claiming to be an agent of the Choctaw Coal company of Hartshorn, I. T., sent here, he said, to secure men -to break down a strike" there. This negro, Parrott, is a slick duck, and was the recognized le...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 June 1894

Note our new advertisements. "T Diamond S sugar for gt cents.^' '*"* ^est granulated into AeneJIt^' °"' ^ ^-=n gets guajn^:'r^tn:;^fdr'^ Jr Phurber ylrd^Mond^'and^Tuesday.^"' J he new addition to the main store is completed Mr Cam I'ndtZer "nJ'^J agency for Born & Co., e!jAi^Chiefgo"'no\he\^nc" &r homson s giove-fittmg corsets, handled by Langdon & Bachelor to'ord^?^^ outlitteK for young, middle-aged and old men. The Texas & Pac,6c Coal company .s the sole agent in this part of the countr^ On the night of June 18 there wi]! be a ball at the Town hi 11 g.ven by the Thurber string band, Prof. Smith leader. The pro' ceeds of tins ball wdl go mto a fund for the purchase r.fL ments for the band. A good time is guarant^lr^llv^t It is rumored that the Texas & Pacific Coal company i, ,,n. . '"g =<bout the style of cotton press that presses thirtLJe poundj to the cub.c foot, and m a round bale, instead of the old stvle c'ubic ^ *""" '"'^"-two pounds t^^h J The paper, n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 June 1894

VOL. 1. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1894. NO. -2-2. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. When flatterers meet, the Devil goes to dinner. —Anonymous. Ill deeds are doubled with an evil word. —[Shakespeare. What seasoned first the vessel, keeps the taste. —[Horace. The evil that men do lives after them ; The good is oft interred with their bones. —[Shakespeare. Of all thieves fools are the worst; Tliey rol you of time and temper. —Goethe. The man who builds, and wants wherewith to pay, Provides a h< me from which to run away. — [Young. When Fortune means to men most good, She looks upon them with threatening eve. —Shakespeare. To wilful men, The injuries that they themselves procure, Must be their schoolmasters. —[Shakespeare. Oh Heaven ! were man But constant, he were perfect; that one error tills him with faults. —[Shakespeare. Bid that welcome Which comes to punish us and we nunish it, Seeming to bear it lightly. — Shakespeare. Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie, Which we ascribe to Hea...

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

THE TEXAS MINER. TARIFF TALKS. NO. VIII. As we have shown in these columns, there are two methods open to a nation for supplying it's wants. If the ability of the people or the exactions of climate permit only the growth or manufacture of a limited kind or class of commodities, it may produce far more than is necessary for the home markets, and may trade the remainder for other articles needed to fill the de- mands of the people; or, climate and other considerations per- mitting, a country can diversify it's industries and callings so as to manufacture all ot the articles needed by it's people. Were a country small and confined to one climate it might be ot necessity that one class of labor should be followed by it's citizens. As, for instance, if this country consisted merely of the states bordering on the Gulf of Mexico, it would be not only wise, but natural, that the policy of the country should be to en- courage agricultural pursuits, such as cotton and sugar growing, to the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 June 1894

J; Crumbie of the water service department of the Texas & acihc, headquarters at Baird, was in the city Friday. Colonel E. B. VVheelock, general agent of the Texas & Pacific at New Orleans, is at Ye Arlington Inn for a few days. W. F. Steerley, local freight agent of the Fort Worth & Denver y has gone to Pittsburg, Pa., on a visit to his old home. John Hornby, president of the Fort Worth & Rio Grande, has en called to New Jersey by the serious illness of his mother. C. M Talcott, superintendent of the Pullman Palace Car com- pany) tiis city, was called to Dallas Friday on company busi- Bryan Snyder, assistant general freight agent of the Gulf, Col- orado & Santa Fe, with headquarters at Dallas, was in the city rriday. 3 E. M Gleason, general agent of the Chicago, Rock Island & exas, headquarters at Dallas, was in the city last Thursday evening. 3 I he Cotton Belt had out a large Sunday School excursion last pleasantly m0rning- Quite a iarSe crovvU sPent the d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 June 1894

4 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 16, 1894. There was a man from Texas came, With a wishy washy noddle, And all his Mills grind out the same Tariff twiddle twaddle. INTERNATIONAL HYMN. My country ! 'tis of thee, Sweet land of liberty, Of thee I sins. Land where the wheels are tied, Land where industries died, And to the English side Took rapid wing. My native country, thee, Land to which paupers flee, Thy name I love. I love thy Cleveland frills, Thy no trade tariff bills, Thy Gresbams, Smiths and Mills, Born from above. Let music swell the breeze, Democrats, to your knees, And swell the song! Let those who brought this fate Their medicines take straight, And three years longer wait To right the wrong. —[...

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