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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

i Palo pinto, tex., ;aphll. 12, iis 6 Entered at the poslutacn in Palo Piu T«xkh. an second elans matter. «aea ii ■ - ■ 11■. ■ Local Matters IttlBUNK CLUBUING HATES. The Tribune aud the papers nanied be- low, will be Bent to and address in the U. S. for one year at the following prices : FoVt Worth Weekly Gazette, $1.75 The Southern Mercury 1.75 The Semi-Weekly Dallas or Galves- ton News },75 (Semi-Weekly Houston Post, 1.76 Tekas Harpoon 8.00 This is a good chance to get your home paper and a good state paper cheap. —J. J. Aill ot Hunter wus at court Monday. —Tho cold snap made gurdonn look Hick. —J. W. Donaldson of Oran, wits 5'n Palo Pinto Tuesday. — J. R. GIcdd of Sauto, served in Vhe jury box thin week. —0. J- Blacltmnn of Gord'on, >eryed on tbe jo'ry in county cdtirt thin week. —Dr. Warren is having a hew Sense placed around bin drug fetore and office. —When at the Wells, he sure and to Cotfdoll Bros, tor burgaitm in airoceries. — W. J. Cooper and Arthnr fepeer f>f Gordon...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

>/ j! t V. i 1 'i i i I I I! MEMBERS WON'T TALK CABINET RETICENT ABOUT THE INCOMETAX DECISION. Th« Humor About •A00.000 Miurtac* In tha Canuo Mint U DUaradltarf— t'halarala KeportaU lo lla l creaalng— *>a*arsl Postal Cbaugac Washington, AprllS.—'1 he atten- tion of aoverul nioinborn of the eubi- net has been called to tho dispatch from Chicago, giving tho Bubstanco of a publication concerning the su- premo court's decision on tne income tax case, but they declined to express any opinion thereon on tho ground that it would be luauifestlly improper for them to discuss any opinion of tho court, until it had boen otlicially promulgated. itoui another but an entirely authentic source it is learned that whatever the decision of the court may be. the president will not call an extra session of congress, and oven should the decision declare tho law wholly unconstitutional the presi- dent will adhere to his determination not to cail congress together, and that he willoo announce in a p...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

f.. &BM Means Kim n(i«a. Pittsburg Is thoroughly la earnest about IIm hip canal from the Ohio pifor to Luke Krie. and has placed threo parties of engineers in the field to deoido ou the route. It i9 ad- mitted that the canal will benefit othor lako and river cities also, but Pittsburg takes the broad iew that what helps other cities will help it tfT n inoro as ono of the terminal points. Without the wm' nesses of human na- ture there would le nothing to devalop the Kynijwthy of human nnture. Sf& KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and toti'la to nersonnl enjoyment when rightly uspci. The many, who live bet- ter than others and enjoy life more, with ttws expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of Dhywcal being, will attest the valuo to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. • Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas- ant to tho taste, tho refreshing an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 12 April 1895

INDUSTRIAL WORLD. , j I ' fj:,' i .. c SCIENCE AND PROGRESS UP TO DATE. Tba Eiffel Tower Illcy ele —The Double Fender for Klectrie Street Car Herv- In—llearlu( riant* Crow—Camera mm a Dang at Indicator. BICYCLE FIRM on lower Broadway has on exhibition in Its window a ma- chine which made a sensation at the bi- cycle trade in Paris on June 14 last, and was an object of much interest in the recent bicycle show at the Madl- tson Square garden Paris was bicycle crazy last year, and In the spring, when the craze was at Its height, the great parade was held there. Prizes had been offered for the handsomest machines, the most gaudily decorated ones and the oddest ones. The Utter prize was the one most sought after by the Parisians and the French manufacturers were kept busy long before the parade building bi- cycle monstrosities on plans submitted by wheelmen ambitions to carry off the prize. Three weeks before the parade a young Frenchman named Leon Lyon, a member of the committee which g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

PALO vol. r. palo pinto, texas, friday, april 19, 1895. no. «. A ROYAL PROGRESS. SOVEREIGN ARMSTRONG VISIT. INC HIS DOMINIONS. Ha Touches an City Llh and Drawa Soma Conclusions aa<l Contrasts Worthy of a Careful Perusal, My tha Studant and 4'aaaal Header. Dallas, Tex.. the third city of my arrival, is an ordinary modern mu- nicipality, not strikingly distinguished from any of the rest. Though situ- ated in the midst of a fertile country, and in the possession of all the con- veniences of modern civilization, it is as destitute of real wealth and pros- perity as any town of its size through- out the nation. It is a hideous pict- ure of competitive life. On every hand may be seen the dTsastrous con- *equenoes of its greedy and seltish jiolicy. Mankind has too often mis- taken material greatness for real prosperity, and when cities and town- ships advertise themselves to a home- peeking public, the advertisement is M^arcely anything more than a cata- logue of splendid buildings, ann...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

"7—|% * vro done v.ith checks and nearly Ml money (tOY fcliN}! KM BAiNKo would l* in the bank no more holding up of the after-dark pedestrian, the CONVENIENT. PROFITABLE AND ALWAYS SAFE. it u rui« t um ikt rfoiiif Win *'«« mx m AwMkrr Sj tM suigv coach, or the .ailroad tram. No more burglary or u '.rder for monej. 8. As no further possibility existed of theft for money, taxation to keep up a large police force could soon be re- duced mo;« than one-half. ! 9. No more losaes to the people from bank failures. 10. No mare flnnnelal panics, shut- II should be plain to the most casual Unj, down business, throwing people observer that it is folly to speud time ^ut an(j bringing destitution in discussing what the kind of money lQ the classes. ait all be and the volume of money Interest reduced to one-half the which is necessary when conditions pr^vaiijUg rate throughout the United •re such that the people will hide any Slate^ kind of money which may come into u An portal.v i0 alw ya readily...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

A TAX CONFERENCE. THE COMMITTEE HAS %lOT BEEN APPOINTED. rttera la a Difference «r '{1-1 Cent* on tbo liiimlreil Jlullara llaiweeu the Two liuu «:i—The Governor*. Objar- tlon. to the Land Hill. Austin. '1'ex., April 15.—The presi- dent of the nenate has not appointed a conference committee on the school tax bill, and probably will not until to-morrow. There is plenty of time, as the two houses will doubtless promptly adopt a unanimous confer- ence report when submitted. Tile difference between the two houses is not important. The house raises the tax to the 20 cents maximum and the senate adopts 17 j. These figures were adopted by the deciding vote of President Jester, there being a tie. The only danger would be in appoint- ing senators on the conference com- mittee who opposed the tax raise to 20 cents, as two reports might result. However, Col. Jester has been inves- tigating the school finances since the vote was tuken, and is understood to have concluded it is necessary to go th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

Look Out For Squalls! and D. M. HOWARD'S Mammoth Stoc j. of Sring and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing'. Boots, Shoes, Noxions and Dress Goods< Everything Sold Cheaper than Ever. Mineral Wells, planted, but the acreage will be cut (hurt, j We are planting li"C , corn ai.d gjod ; political resolutions. Every man will r te according to the dteutwof his surrounding* at the uext election. * Am exciting time km htid at Lipan over the prohibition election last Saturday. The vote being very close. Messrs Geupel, Uorton and Clark, tuf- fered eevtre loss in the way of fence rails, which were destroyed by forest fires a few days since. Prof. Langston's school will close with an exhibition on Friday of next week. Wishing the 1 ribunk success a> d hoping to meet an occasional copy at Lipan, we re- tire. J. 11. MILLER. P. S. If this communication goes to the waste basket, we want it put in the "Pop" basket. Tfca Palo Pinto Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 1r. M. WALLACE. Editor. Subscription Pric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

es ^ALO PINTO. TEX., :AP1UL. 19, 1895 Entered at the postolnee in Palo Pin Texan, as second class mutter. Local Matters TRIBUNE CLUBBtNG RATES. The Tkibunk and the papers named be- low, will bo sent to and address in the U, S. for one year at the following prices: Fort Worth Weekly Gazette, $1.76 The Southern Mercury, , 1.75 The Semi-Weekly Dallas or Galves- ton News 1,75 ttemi-Weekly Houston Post, 1.75 Texas Harpoon 8.00 This is a good chance to get your home paper and u >>ood state paper cheap. —A late norther. —HareV your/LitiBUNS. —Mre. VV. M. Wallace is yiuiting relatives in Corsicana. —Z. Abies ot Gordon, was up to the Hub Monday, —J. G. Bump passed through town Monday. —Count}* Court adjourned for the terui Saturday. —Read the new locals of Kidwell Bros, iu this issue. — W, K. Bali spent Sunday in town. —Fre h Groceries, Queensware, Ac., at Cogdeil Bros., Miuural Wells —A readable communication from Sluidivaut school house thin week. —Mr. W. Lorenze and family were visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

dau for HARfllSON •ah//i /* p., -?wK5r-"' *Vio.W<mVUAo . —Denver Road. THE CLOUDS PASS BY. THEY DIDN'T MEAN IT AND PEACE REIGNS. Br. Fiati Take* Ills Pen Id Hanil and l>i«en(W«t tiie Situation—I'opullitm Has I'wmhI Its Period of Danger—Now All It Clear Sailing. Populism has just passed through a period of crisis and danger. It has passed through safely—comes out heart whole and body sound. Of course every one familiar with the etirrent literature of these days knows that a serious effort has been made to at least modify the people's party plat- i form. Whether it failed because the Reform Press association was stanch and immovable or because those who suggested change did not mean it is of slight consequence. The people's party remains true to Omaha along gi- gantic lines of reform—and today it is «ne united body . This is a matter of great rejoicing. And not only because the party re- mains Intact and immovable, but be- cause the very men who suggested change remain true to t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

The Car Pender rropoiltlon. lialtiuiore ntseras to liave 6olve«l the street cap fender problem. !Somo time ago a car fender commission was appointed and an ordinance passed requiring all cars to bo equipped with a ./ender uatisfactory to the commission, ■ uder a penalty of >,.0 a day for each car operated without a fender. Sev- eral different styles have been In use for two months, and in the opinion of the city authorities they have more than paid for.theinselvos in the re- duction of expenses from accidents. Mayor Latrobe says that the cars used to kill one or more persons a v. i -ik, but that they have not seri- mi.sly injured anyone during two months' use of the fendors. The Pntpe'« Nerve* The snipe has norvos reaching" down to the tip of his bill. It is the only bird thua provided. This contrivance illiiHtateti the beneficence of nature in enabling tho snipe to detect the pres- ence of its food in mud and water, where the creature's eye is of no use. Seeking u Foreign Clime ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 19 April 1895

THE CAPITAL BELLES. MANY TYPES OF BEAUTY AT NATION'S HUB. I : I? $ I 11 I i i i!i : ! 1 1 I ; ! laonf Tbtui I* Ml Uit«r, Who W« Won by Mr. Carxon—MIm l e «le Rob- Uuaa—MIm lily Wrlfht and Many Others. (Washington Correiipondence.) ASHINQTON IS too cosmopolitan to have any dis- tinctive type of beauty, such as is common In Balti- more, where oys- ters and canvas- back ducks have fashioned a coterie of pretty girls, but In the mixed gath- erings of people from all over the union there ara enough to make a circle of fun that, once seen, is not llkly to be forgotten. Perhaps the best known of the capi- tal beauties Is Miss Letter of Chicago, whose father Is one of the richest men la that city, but whose home is in Washington, where he has a home that rivals the palaces of Europe in the magnificence of its appointments. Miss Letter's engagement to Mr. Curzon has been the most interesting news of the winter in both Chicago and Washing- ton. Miss Leila Herbert, daughter of the secretary of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

■ ^v: PALO T VOL. I. PALO PINTO, TEXAS, -FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1895. NO. 10. A ROYAL PROGRESS. SOVEREIGN ARMSTRONG VISIT- ING HIS DOMINIONS. Ha Talk* of Gonrnmint, of Corruption in High and Low Placet, or Slaver/ and Freedom, and Halcee Some Sag- cestlons Kegarding Same. Id the mind of every intelligent , thinker there are grave doubts con- cerning the theory of local self-gov- ornment. Convinced that the degree of industrial happiness, depends upon the !&here of industrial liberty, there are still perplexing problems in the realization Republican institutions: for when the government of the indi- vidual is transferred from a king or an oligarchy to himself, there comes with it no guaraitee that the individ- ual will do nothing to abridge his liberty, or bring upon himself the very evils of which he was constantly complaining under a monarchy or a despotism. The evils whioh have beset human liberty in all ages and under every form of government have not arisen wholly out of the imperf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

MOST INFAMOUS LAW. IT WAS KILLED FOUR TIMES, YET IT IS LAW. Speculator* Are Given 8500,000 by the Operation* of the Measure, It Heme Au KnabUng Act for County Commis- sioner** Courts to Issue Bonds. Austin, Tex., May 13—The bill to authorize counties to issue bonds to pay floating indebtedness and to take up and retire other bonds became a law by executive clemency, so to ■peak, by the governor refusing to veto it. Surely the governor would not have permitted it to take effect through any other consideration. The same bill in four different forms had been rejected by the house com- mittees, but this senate bill came over to the house when the members were in a good humor, and upon the statement that it was a little, inno- cent measure to authorize counties to reduce the interest on their bonds, it passed without a protest. At the last session of the Twenty-third legis- lature the same bill had to be killed off in committee and on its passage. But there was big money in- volved, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

CRYING FOR BREAD. PICTURES OF POVERTY IN COLORADO. No Rnln Has Fallen In the Affected Dis- trict for Two Yi'urs — rears for the Unfortunate but Little Aid at Hand. HE INTENSEAND almost hopeless suf« ferlngs of the far- mers In what, In spite of the bitter Irony of it, is still known as the "Rain Belt" of Colorado lias not been one- tenth told. The Buffering of the Ne- braska farmers was described and the East sent a million dollars In money &nd car loads of clothes and provisions; yet at the same time some of the farm- ers of Colorado were slowly Starving, and their families kept from freezing only by the poor warmth of manure flres. The sad state of these unhappy eettleps, whose lands have borne no crop of grain in two years and grown only enough native grass to keep half alive a few poor cattle, has prompted a lady, Mrs. Ogilvy-Wood of Colorado Springs to make an appeal to help her In aiding the sufferers. The district affected by the drouth is the extreme eastern end of Color...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

Look Out For Squalls! and D. M. HOWARD'S Mammoth Stock of Bring and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing1, Boots, Shoes, Notions and Dress Goods. Everything Sold Cheaper than Ever. The Palo Pinto Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. WALLACE, Editor. Subscription Price, fl.OO a Year In Advance PALO PINTO. TEX, MAY. 17, 1895. TEE BATTLE OF THE BUGS. Old party gold silver bugs pre- tend tbey don't agr e,. But its the same old game ot bunco tbey played in '73. "When the hanks ba<l the parties, pol- iticians had the flops; It may catch the verdant suckers, bat it will not fool the pops. The goldbugs say silver is debased and quite unsound. That for tnonev redemption some- thing honest (!) muht be found. Gold mra-uree all values—labor, land and crops, But the nias«cs don't believe it, lor tbey mostly now are pops. Free silver (?) men like Yoorhees, Crisp and demagogue* for pie, Now bowl for silver coinage, and a* a reason why They eay silver" fixe* prices and innkeH trade and business hop ; "Yo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

PAliO PINTO. TEX.. MAY 17, 1896 Entered at the postoinc) in Palo Pinto Texas. a" second class matter. Local Matters TRIBUNE CLUBIUSG RATES. Tho Tkihuvk and the papers named be- low, will be sent to and address in the (J, S. for one'year'at the,following prices : Port Worth Weekly Gazette $1.75 The Southern Mercury, 1.75 'The Semi-Weekly Dallas or Galves- ton News 1.75 Semi-Weekly Houston Post, 1.75 "Pefcai^Harpoon 8.00 This is a good chance to get your home paper and a.good state paper cheap. A good rain Wednesday^nijihr. Mailtt'>uld not get across the rlvt'r Thursday. —Cogdell Bros for fresh Groceries. Mineral Wells. — Judge W. E. Newbrough was in the Huh Monday. —L. A McCollaster and T. M Ilutlege weroiup from Gordon Tues- day. — Mrs. I. S. Bud en has about re cowered from her ill ness. —Plain Sifter Flour sold by Cogdell Btos at Mineral Wells. Givens full satisfaction —Spriog oitWUens will hood lie on Ihe tnbie. Yum ! —J. A. Stephens was up from ^aiitu Monday. — Confectionerie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

Farm and gabden. ^MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. tome Up to Data HlnU About Cultiva- tion of the Soil and Yield* Thereof— Horticulture, Viticulture and Florl- culture* Young Block In Spring* With the approach of spring most animals suffer from violent changos In Iboth food and weather, and young growing stock are less able to endure this than the fully matured ones. Many young spring pigs are lost dur- ing April and May through lack of proper care. The farrowing time of these young animals should be looked forward to, and Instead of letting them run loose right up to the time in any ■ort of wet, muddy pens, they should be provided with clean, dry, sweet quar- ters a month before the critical period. In this way they get accustomed to their new surroundings. They can be turned out In the yard or fields In the day time, but at night they should be ■hot up by themselves away from the Nat of the stock. Otherwise some fine morning a fine litter of pigs will be found half dead In ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

CRANE DENOUNCES IT. ADVOCATES A CRUSADE FOR STACE PURITY. r '.B Outspoken Comedian Dltlllcea rtays on Unclean Themes, and Is Disgusted with Living Statue*—A Good Time (or Actors. HE subject of im- morality in the drama was being discussed in a group of actors and- managers, says the New York Sun. After listening to the heated conten- tions a Sun repor- ter went to Wil- liam H. Crane and asked for his views on the subject. Mr. Crane has pro- duced aad acted in many original American plays, and not one of them has possessed the smallest element of Indecency. "It was hoped," the reporter said to him, "that you might have some read- able ideas on the subject." "I do not know how readable they may be," Mr. Crane replied, "but I have got 'em. I believe that the actors as well as the spectators should revolt against the character of the plays that are now filling the stage. There is no other means of diverting public taste, as It is shown by the support of plays of impure motive and langua...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 17 May 1895

RATTLESNAKE CITY. A TOWN WHICH HAD A RAPID RISE AND FALL. 1 1 Marked By Fl e CniM-lt "pniiif Dp in a Day ) Greer County and Van- ished Attar the "HI* Killing" Like • Myth. HE DEATH OK Outlaw Bob Rog- ers and his wife, pj Louise, recalls the rapid rise and fall of Ratt 1 e a n a k e City, Greer couu- ty, Texas. All that now remains of this place Is Ave grass-grown mounds, the graves of the victims of the big killing." and on a stone In the center of this group Is the following In- scribed in rude lettering: "Rattlesnake City Grave Yard. A Modern Hell." A mushroom city hnd grown up In a week down in Greer county, in the fall of 1887, which the government was dis- puting as to whether this land be- longed to (he Indian territory or to Texas. First, ft big fellow, calling him- self "Rattlesnake Joe" had gone through Kansas and Missouri, making speeches to the Oklahoma boomers and inducing them to stop trying to force an entrance to Oklahoma, and go to Greer county, "the paradise of Amer...

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