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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 4 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. IS Í3 YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH flillar's Penang- Spices 5-11$ DIPLOMAS-5 WE SELL THE OLD RELIABLE MINERS AND PUDDLERS TOBACCO GOOD FOR SMOKING AND CHEWING Made in the Eight-Hour Factory of B. Leidersdorf & Co., Uuion Made Tobacco. Every Package Bears the Blue Union label. MILWAUKEE, WIS. TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE S MANUFACTURING CO., THURBEB, TEXAS. A Trade ft/lark a Badge oí Honor. Awarded Millar's Penang Spice Ex- hibit at the | World's Columbian Exposition, CHICAGO. Try our Sifting-Top Preservative Packages of Pepper, Cinamon, A11- sipce, Cloves, Etc., and you will Understand the Reason Why. E. B. MILLAR & COMPANY, Importers and Grinders, CHICAGO AND DENVER. Sale by T. P. >1. & 5J.. Co. . .HEADQUARTERS FOR... Telephones, Dynamos, Fan Motors, Electric Bells, General Electrical Supplies, Telegraph Instruments, Motors. WESTERN ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO., Send For Catalogue. 10 and 12 West Ninth St., ST. LO^IS, 2v£0. MARTIN'S BEST WHISKEY Bott...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 4 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. THE BAL2L2AS BREWERY. ->tr Brewers and Bottlers of a Strictly High Grade LAGER BEER k BALLAS, Accounts of Agents, Saloon Hen and Druggists Solicited. •••••• WRITE for PRICES TEXAS. RAILWAY SHORT l_l INI TEX A —a to 'a— . ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, AND POINTS EAST AND SOUTHEAST. -ONLY LINE TO- II NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA. Operators of the Magnificent New Train, PACIFIC COAST LIMITED." "—3 C75 <=> c=> en- er> "T3 ft? SEMI-WEEKLY BETWEEN Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, Fort Worth, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Solid Vestibule Through Without Change. ■?7E IO?DE FOE PAETICTJLAES. E. P. TURNER, GeneralpPaascnger and Ticket Agent. L. S. THORNE, Vice President and Gen'l Mgr. DALLAS, TEXAS. ••• + GALL F0R ••• STANDARD WHITE MINERS' OIL. MANUFACTURED BY WATERS-PIERCE 0IL 60. Smokes Less add Burns Longer than any Other Miners' Oil on the Market

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

When the figures on the label opposite your name equai the figures indicating the'"Whole Number' printed to the right of the date iine,your subscription will have expired. Watch the date line and renew as we dislike to cut your name off. All persons receiving papers whose labels are numbered below the WHOLE number of THIS paper are already delinquent. I I# 1 I POPULATION -4,500. Vol. IV.—No. IT Thurber, Texas; Saturday, November 11. 1899. Whole No. 173. GENERAL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS NOTES It is estimated that Great Brittain now has in the Transvaal 36,000 men to meet a Boer force of from 40,000 to 50,000 men. In bank clearances October broke all records in one respect. The total outside of New York was greater in that time than in any other month in the country's history. A population of 225,000 in Havana is indicated by the census returns as far as completed. Should Cuba vote for annexation the figures would double in the next decade. General Liler of the Spanish war veterans h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. T Has the valloy of diamonds of which Sinbad the Sailor tells us in the story of one of his wonderful voyages in the --Arabian Nights" a counterpart in reality in South Africa? II _ J AS THE valley of diamonds of which Sinbad the Sailor have great healing powers. The stones were mostly of large tells us in the story of one of his wonderful voyages size, and their number was as great as the leaves in a forest, in the "Arabian Nights" a counterpart in reality in The Kaffir explored the valley, but could find no other entrance South Africa? If any credance may be placed in the than that which had afforded a means of access; but everywhere legends of the various tribes of South African negroes were the witch stones. At times he was literally walking over J it certainly has. Perhaps it was the legend of these negroes beds of them. The surface was strewn with them. The day was that was carried north in some mysterious manner, and thus waning, and, warned by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MININO AND TRADE JOURNAL. the cowboy The day is bleak and cold and drear, Summer is gone and Winter hi near, The cold, blue air upholds no birds, And the cattle drift south in rustling herds. Soon the frost and snow will fly, And the grass will wither and leaves will die. The cowboy's round-up and trail work's done, He will now hang up his saddle, his spurs and his gun, And turn out his bronchos on the mesquite grass, And rustle the shippers for a homeward pass. If he can't get a pass he will rustle the freights Until he gets back to his home in the States. He goes to the theatres, varieties and dance, And takes a sly drink whenever there's a chance. He seldom goes home to his dinner at noon, For he's watching some game in a downtown saloon, And on Bologna, cheese and crackers he will feed, While he tells some tenderfoot oí a big stampede. ' He crossed the broad plains 'way back in '68 When mule and ox wagons hauled all the freight; The California Route was the usual trail, Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. Cjje Ceras Mining antrCrabf lournal. Owned and Published bv T. P. M. & M. Co. WALTER B. McADAMS, Editor and Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 Single Copies 5 Cts "dvertising rates made known on application to the office. REGULAR EDITION. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. Entered at the Post Office at Thurber, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. Thurber, Texas: Saturday, November 11, 1899. The Scientific American contends that the twentieth century begins with the first day of January, 1900. This contention crosses the argument of Professor W. H. M. Christie, the direct- tor of the Royal observatory at Greenwich. "The twentieth century," asserts this high authority, without any ifs or ands, "begins on January 1, 1901," and then he goes on as follows: "It has been generally agreed to call the first year of the Chris- tian era Anno Domini 1, not A. D. 0, and consequently the sec- ond century begins with A. D. 101, 100 years after the beginn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES. These moonlight nights—nothin', though. Mrs. John Tancred and babies are visiting in Fort Worth this week. The County Commissioners will be in session at Stephenville next week. The Market will pay the highest cash price for eggs. You can't bring too many. The ladies of the Wednesday club met with Mrs. Frank last Wednesday afternoon. Will Ready has quit the employ of the company here, and has returned to Stephenville. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Walter (Bud) Loflin has been quite ill this week, but is now much better. Some negro musicians delighted music lovers Monday and Tuesday nights with some open-air concerts. Jarrott & Allard, Stephenville, will save you money on any- thing you buy. Their prices are always the lowest. Mr. Reeves says he will display a greater variety of holiday novelties this year than ever before seen in Thurber. The company of colered home talent gave quite a creditable presentation of "Among ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. O New York, N. Y., August 15, 1899. Kitchen Queen Baking Powder Co., Dallas, Tex. Gentlemen—Kitchen Queen Baking Powder I find to possess all the requisites of a first-class baking powder. I can freely recommend it, as its use will insure good, light and healthful food. Of this there can be no doubt. The tests to which I sub- jected it show that it is all you claim for it. Yours respectfully, R. Ogden Doremus, M. D., LL. D., Professor of Chemistry. McCORD-COLLINS COMPANY, FORT WORTH, TEXAS, Wholesale Grocers and Importers QUAIL OATS ARE THE BEST. Anderson Preserving Co.'s Table Luxuries. Trade Supplied by N. D. BARRY, DALLAS, TEX. Jams, Soup, Jelly, Baked Beans, Preserves, Mince Meat, Ketchup, Macaroni and Cheese, cind Fruit Butter. Ask Your home Grocer for Anderson's Goods + + CALL F0R + + STANDARD WHITE MINERS' OIL. MANUFACTURED BY WflTERS-PIERGE 0IL CO. Smokes Less and Burns Longer than any Other Miners' Oil on the Market is to appear at the Opera ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. the most important sessions held for years, will be, if the whole power of the Administration is strong enough to bring it about, the adoption of a joint resolution declaring the intention of this Government to be to retain permanently the sovereignty of the Philippine Islands. This is one of the results of the preliminary report of the Philippine Commission, and of the President's conference with the members of that Commission. The Cabinet has unanimously decided, and the President and the Philippine Commissioners are of the same mind, that the very first thing Congress ought to do is to adopt a resolution that will convince the residents of the Philippines that this country means to keep the islands. Such action, they contend, will destroy the only argument Aguinaldo has to keep the insurrection going. german labor strikes. Germany has had quite a crop of small labor strikes this last year. According to a report just received by the Department of St...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. by professor d. s. landis. The world was made for man and his will, He chooses to run or to plod; The gifts are near to deaden, or thrill, And back of it all is a God. Firmness is the touch of mercy. Resisting illness makes lean drugstores. Foppery is the child of harmless insanity. Superstitions make up the main differences between men. Genius cannot speak to the fool; neither can the fool speak to the world. A school, teacher afraid to express his opin- ions is a mummy poorly resurrected. THE YELLOW BAR. The bar is strewn with yellow sand, The south wind sings of tropic clime; I've built today a castle new, And hung its walls with gems of Time. The waves are calling to the bar, And rose and vine their off'rings bring; The poet walks the yellow sand, And talks with God, and man, and King. Along the shoals he gathered shells, And on them writes a life and creed, Then hurls them to the foaming sea, In shame that men should find and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. @ ry> cr> "5^ Market and Cold Storage Dept. i ? I V/C • ® ...TH IC... Wholesale Dep't OF OUR PACKING HOUSE SUPPLIES IS COMPLETE. BACK'S U I ) ) HAMS AND BACON ARE LEADERS, AND CAN'T BE BEAT. Prices Q,uoted On Application OR TH \it\h\h\ht\ii\ti\h \h <l)\li\ii\ln\h\lt >( \lu\ii\ái\h\t4\h\h\ii\i)\h \t/ *>•••' * ..*••••'' :: : :*:r : ■ «•••■•«".•.v a ••••:::.•• a: a: ■ < ■••y::; •V: •V:-;*: ••fc.'tfS WZMi* o? # # «? # «? v.* V*..W til •V:;.-#-* •• • |T. P. M. & M. CO. KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COMPLETE STOCK OF FRESH AND CURED- ....fleats FRESH FISH, MACKEREL, LARD, BUTTER, EGGS. Hams, Fresh Pork, And Li ver Sausage Salama, Bolog- na and Fresh Head Cheese. I Onions, Garlic, Cabbage, Pickles, Kraut, and in fact Fruits and Vegetables of all Kinds, and • Oysters, in Season. . \ . \ . \ \ \ .-. THE MARKET AND COLD STORAGE DEPARTMENT, o- T. P. M. & M. CO. -O FRED BACK. Manager Market. Thurber, Texas. 1 1 $ I 1 $ Cs $ § v/C 52 S 0 I $...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

10 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. The Pharmacy. Ladies' Hat Pins, the Latest Styles, 50c TO S2.00 Very Handsome Lorgnette Chains for $2.50 TO S10.00 Ladies' Watc-i); Seven Jewel, 20-Year Case, worth $5o; nn for only vblb.UU A S5.00 MANDOLIN FOR S3.50 Only five left! This offer is good tor only ten days. $6.00 Guitars, $4.75 $10.00 Banjos, $6.00 We invite the attention of our patrons, especially the ladies, to our line of Set Rings.. Call and let us show you the late, designs. ^*3333333333333333333333% 2? '♦V w f m '♦> * f *> *y f* if* ** 1 ,,, * A Beauty! Six-Size, ic t | JEWELS; guaranteed to t 5 wear 20 yrs.; - * $ nrice only f* - \ii M/ $19.001 This Wadsworth, 16 Size, and guaranteed to wear aa twenty years, only vMO.UU Always Seasonable I here is not a day that passes in which the value of a Good Tooth Brush Is not demonstrate. We keep the kind you want—the genuine bristles that don't come out. All prices up to 50c. A complete line of leading dentifrices, in Powder, Paste...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 11 PAB5T MILWAUKEE BEER Drink Pabst cmb tfye tPorlb Drinks tDitfy you. \l/ \é> \l> ié> \l> 3ts Purity í}cis 21íabe 3 ts 5cime WORLD-WIDE T. P. V. & M. COMPANY, WHOLESALE DEALERS, THURBER, TEXAS HARDWARE DEPARTMENT, T. P. M. & M. CO. Just received an ele- gant line of WILSON'S SHEET IRON HEATERS. CHARTER OAK COOKING STOVES Which we are offer- ing at prices to suit everyone. ROBT. M. LOFLIN, Hanager. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR LINE OE SPORTING GOODS, GUNS, PISTOLS, LOADED SHELLS, CAR- TRIDGES, INCLUDING ALL CALIBRES OF THE LATEST PATENTED SMOKELESS; IN FACT, ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION...THE LATEST NOVEL- TIES AND PATTERNS IN QUEENSWARE, GLASS- WARE, SILVERWARE AND TINWARE ALSO A FULL LINE OF HARNESS, SADDLES, SADDLERY, PAINTS, OILS AND BRUSHES...A NICE LINE OF FINE CUTLERY, TO WHICH WE INVITE THE SPECIAL INSPECTION OF OUR GOOD FRIENDS. TJhe ffiest ¿Cine of Stoves Vo be J'ounci in llfest TJexas We have made a reduction in prices of Miners' Sup...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

12 TEXAS MINING AND TKADE JOURNAL. T T^\n íO^GtTí] BETTER We are Receiving Daily New Goods—This Year's Pack— From the Famous Erie Preserving Company. CANNED VEGETABLES. Fresh Corn, per can 10c Tomatoes, per can. 10c Peas, per can. 10c Beans, per can 10c And, as a real quick sel.'er, we are putting on sale : Hulled Corn. 3-lb can 10c Potted Ham. per can 5c Corned Beef. 2-lb can 25c Corned Beef. 1 -lb can 15c COFFEES In Anderson's famous goods you dont know what is good till you try a can of their fa- mous Chese and Macaroni. 10c, 15c & 20c SIZES. TRY A CAN. We have en route a mixed car oí AUSTIN NICHOL'S and FRANCIS LEGGETT'S GOODS, which cannot be beaten in any market. The QUALITY of the goods sells them. See Them. A dOuS fA fP IMPORTERS. Canned Meats Libbey's Armour's McNeil's And other Packers. TRY A POUND OF ABOVE OS "HORNING JOY,'' AND YOU'LL WANT NO OTHER. We have also unloaded a car of BADEN'S BEST FLOUR ...CROCERY DEPT... OF THE E3. Millar & Co. As good a Cup of "Ceyl...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

texas mining and trade journal. 13 T. P. M. & M. Co. Dry Goods Dep't. ®®®®®®®®®®®® A REAL MONEY-SAVING Bargain Sale ® mm % ® We want your Fall and Winter Trade. Prices have been made for your benefit. ® mM wT% Ñt.** ffl THE $LARGEST® AMOUNT OF GOODS mm Mr m tSS \*Jh #ww j{f i vé/vé/vé/vé/vé/vé/vé/véné/vé/vé/vé/ vé/ \é> \é> vé/ vé/ \é> vé> \é> \é> \é> \é> \é/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé> vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ \éi vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ vé/ \é/ «gaaBsaffiag Before Buying Go and see what Bargain Prices are be- ing made throughout the Dry Goods, Shoe, Clothing and Furniture Departments.... MONEI Ladies' and Children's Cloaks HEAP a BLANKETS a™ COMFORTS CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE. DRY GOODS DEPT. T. P. M. & M....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

14 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. Stephenville Directory. TENISON BROS. SADDLERY CO. DALLAS, TEXAS. Wholesale Manufacturers of { HARNESS i AND COLLARS, ETC. S^Write for Catalogue and Price List. OTHO. S. HOUSTON, Pres. j. H. CAGE, V.-Pres. W. A. t-IYATT, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Stephenville, Texas. j -i Large Reserve Constantly on Hand to be Prepared for Wars or Panics. T. M. BROWN & CO., Cor. Front and Calhoun Streets. Near New Union Depot. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, Windmills, Fumps, Tanks, Iron Pipe and Well Casing, Brass Goods, Fittings', Shaft- ing, Pulleys, Belting, Hose, Steam Pumps, Foundry Work, Rt pairing Machinery, Etc. .....W. J. AND ELI OXFORD. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Stephenville, Texas. tDfyen in Stepfyenmlle. Call on W. A. Dawson at the Palace Saloon. He carries the finest brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars -THAT CAN SE BOUGHT, for PRICES L. B. McCLñNñHñN, WEST SIDE SQUARE. STEPHENVILLE. Has the best Eight-year-old OLD KENTUCKY COMFORT a d TOP OF THE MORNING - WHISKE...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 15 l^und a LION COFFEE THE HOUSEWIFE'S FRIEND. WE SELL THE OLD RELIABLE MINERS AND PUDDLERS TOBACCO GOOD FOR SMOKING AND CHEWING Made in the Eight-Hour Factory of B. Leidersdorf & Co., flillar's Penang Spices 5-MEDALS DIPLOIS-5 Awarded Millar's Penang Spice Ex- hibit at the World's Columbian Exposition, • CHICAGO. A Trade Mark a Badge of Honor. Try our Sifting=Top Preservative Packages of Pepper, Cinamon, All- sipce, Cloves, Etc., and you will Understand the Reason Why. E. B. MILLAR & COMPANY, Importers and Grinders, CHICAGO AND DENVER. or Sale by T. P. M. & M. Co. Uuion Made Tobacco. Every Package Bears the Blue Union Label. MILWAUKEE, WIS. TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MANUFACTURING CO., THURBER, TEXAS. L. M. RUMSEY MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS, MO. MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF . .HEADQUARTERS FOR... Telephones, Dynamos, Fan Motors, Electric Bells, General Electrical Supplies, Telegraph Instruments, Motors. < Send For Catalogue. WESTERN ELECT...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 11 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. the bal'üas brewery. Ar >ir Brewers and Bottlers of a Strictly High Grade LAGER BEER ••• ALLAS, Accounts of Agents, Saloon Hen and Druggists Solicited. •••••• WRITE for PRICES ••• TEXAS. SHORT L.IIMEI FROM TEXAS \ ~ TO iC— ST. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, AND POINTS EAST AND SOUTHEAST. ONLY LINE TO- (( NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA. Operators of the Magnificent New Train, PACIFIC COAST LIMITED. SEMI-WEEKLY BETWEEN w- o H <T> 2. p 2L£- or 3 a> cl Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, Fort Worth, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Solid Vestibule Through Without Change. ■WBITE IE" ©22, ^-A.ZaTXCTTXi.A.SS. I L. S. THORNE, PrMU«*t >■< 0*a'l Mgr. DALLAS, T E. P. TURNER, General{Paaseng*r mad Ticket Agent. EXAS. Hamilton Paint and Glass Co. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. Painters' Supplies, Window Glass, Wall Paper, Etc. 317 ELM ST.. DALLAS, TEXAS.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 18 November 1899

printed to the right oAhe date 'Mne'y^u^^ub^criptio^wlh have e^pired.^Watch^the",? tth®."Who'e Number" numbe^o/THISYpape"rarre already de^uen6"^1"9 PaRerS Wh°S6 'abe'S are numberecl below the"WHO rf> POPULATION 4,500. V°L' IV- No' 18- Thurber, Texas : Saturday, November 18, 1899. Whole No. 174. GENERAL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS NOTES Thk New \ ork Journal's Washington special says the Gov- ernment is to buy several Holland submarine boats. The au- thorities are gratified with the recent test trip. Tom Wright, who was hanged at Stephenville last week for the murder of John Adams at Dublin, died protesting his inno- cence of murder, and exhonorating Leslie from any complicitv in the deed. Official returns show an extraordinary activity in the re- gion of Missouri, where zinc and lead are mined, amounting in some counties to an increased production over last year of more than 100 per cent. W. J. Bryan, in a speech at Lincoln, Nebraska, denied the charge that has from time to time be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 18 November 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. Colonel William Hunter Dead. News was received in Thurber Wednesday morning of the sudden death in Fort Worth of Colonel William Hunter, brother of Colonel R. D. Hunter. The Daily morning Register of Fort Worth of Thursday morning gives the following account of his death: Wednesday morning at 3 o'clock Colonel William Hunter, one of the ablest, best known and most popular livestock commission men in the State of Texas, died suddenly in his room in the Del- aware hotel. The cause of his death was a stroke of appoplexy. Colonel Hunter had not been well for several weeks past. He was first taken ill with what threatened to develop into appo- plexy while on a business trip to the Indian Territory. He re- turned home quite sick and was confined several days to his room. When he had sufficiently recovered he went to Mineral Wells in the hope of benefiting his health, and after remaining there some days he returned home early this week apparently much improv...

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