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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MtNER. !F YOU WANT." !FY()Uwanttohu\goo-ls3tb)ttoupri<es;ityouwantto buv ""ood goods: if \ou want to buy tme goods; if you want tobuvgoodschea]):ifyou "ant tobuychoi(-egoods;itvou want to work at mining: it you want to have proui]<t]'ay;it vou want proteet)ontto)ti organizations; <t yon want good treat- ment; if you want a healtliy pia<e to li\e: )t you want a (heap place to live; if vou want a [feasant place to live: it you want good schools; it \ouwa)itgoodem])loyers—why just come to our town. OURSELVES. ]japer has far exceeded our (alculations. W e now have a larger (irculation than any pa]jer in this or adjoining counties. We su]<])ose there must he sotnethingattra< tive about it; whether it is oir brainy our "get u ). our])olitics, our re- ligion. our good trtends in this town—perhaps altogether ha\e something to with it; the "ads" and subscriptions are rolhng in like a flood. We return thanks to ea< h and every one ot our friends, and sav keep th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

6 THE TEXAS MiNER ?V?7 7'f7 and yet where they can irrigate the land abundant crops can be raised, but it takes time, patience and money to prepare !ands for irrigation. I am off next week into Wyoming, Utah, Nevada and Idaho, and perhaps into California, and your readers shah hear from me. Hut of alt the lands 1 have seen yet give me lands in the Lone Star State. OBSERVER. 1894, STILI^ON THE WING. CHEVENNE, Wvo., July I Editor TEXAS MixER: I came up from Denver, Colo., to this place to-day. The weather is cool and pleasant, and nearly all the way we could see the snow-capped mountains, and until we reached Wyoming, saw numerous irrigated farms, and of course with irrigation the crops were looking well, but wherever water is not obtainable it was dry and arid. The wheat fields with irrigation produce ex- cellent crops. In Colorado the wheat is green, with an excellent growth of stalk, and the heads long and apparently well filled. Most alfalfa fields looked well, and where they had ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MINER 7 THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. A Great Crowd Enjoys Hospitality the OF THE TEXAS & PACtFiC COAL CO. They Come from Many Miles Around, and from Many Counties==The Cisco Band a Great Card==The Barbecue. Thurber did herself proud on )ast W ednesday. A davtong to be remembered 1.1 die history of this camp, i-i Erath and adjoing counties. 1 ne peopte were here, eight thousand strong. t he came in twos fours, in wagon toads—m droves, and from mites and mites around. t hey commenced arriving earty Tuesday afternoon, in order to take in the grand concert given by the Cisco band, and by night fdt dozens of camp tires were glowing in every direction, and as a resuit hun- dreds of strangers besides our own peopte enjoyed a great musi- cal treat. Karty on the morning of the Fourth the crowds gathered more densely, and by 10 o'clock, the hour at which the procession starred from the business part of town for the p.cnic grounds, all was stir and bustte, every one jubilant in anticipat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

8 THE TEXAS MtNER. 77?e PoM/idgf/on for the success of a food prod- uct is the use of strictly pure materials. Recognizing this fact, the manufacturers of SZ/ver use only the most carefully selected and skilfully prepared ingredients. Pure, sweet, ani- mal fats in scientific combina- tion form this delicious article for fine table use and fancy cooking. (?73 A ZP2/Y ARMOUR PACKtNG Co. KANSAS C!TY, U. S. A. THE TEXAS M!NER. modest little paper has writers and correspondents of which we are proud: Mr. Henry W. Come)]. Mrs. J. EHen t oster of \\ ashington, Fi*ank M. Barrett, editor and author. New York City. Mr Archibald Turner, New York City. Mr. Frank B. Thurber, New York City. Mr. H. K. Tiiurber. atiel many others too modest to allow us to name them. From every portion of this great country we intend to have correspondents, live, active, observing men and women, our papers now jgo into more States than any paper published in Texas. We intend to publish a paper that will be looked fo...

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

THE TEXAS MtNER. 9 ANNOUNCEMENTS. ]ln't<^)v<nni<)]n!<-<'!!i.si!;iin(-:ts;t<'amltil.'tt(- i'or re-election to tln-oHict-of ('omtt.\(](')'k,su)'.n'<'ll<t)ltt<at-titm<)it)ifi<(-nn«-i'ali(_-p;n-ty. IninHkingthis <it:y.t-ns.al!ow me toadttthatno public functionary i'YonmrettiankfuitnhthroDsfimentstlmnt for the favors tendered nte at t))c taut etwtivM, and s)t<o))<] y«o see )tt in your wisdom to re-elect me I wilt exert the utmost ofntyahiiity to cotnlncttiteoHice with credit to mvself and to the satisfaction of the pnidic^eneraiiy. Hernial- nominee. W. K. tony. FOU COt'XTY THKAS) HHH- WeareinstrnctedtoplaceMrL. H(ii))ettof[))tblinbeforethevotersof litis, J-.r&th, county, as a camiitiate for t onnty Treasurer, subject to the action F'OHAS.SK8SOH— FOR COUNTY A 1 FOUXEY— l'OH JUSTICE OF THK i'EAtE— Squire J. R. Williams of this place authorizes tts to announce him as a can- <)idatefarre-o]e<'tiot!to[heoHiceof.l]isticcoftltePeaceofi'rcCihct...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

iO THE TEXAS MiNER. „4as. ^ NOW ; OPEN ^ * % _ 9 -^HOTEL KNOX.^ f ^ ThurberCoaiMines, Erath County, Texas. —. . # ^ * * * Buy Ctothing Marked "C. P. K. CO.," The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated "Littte Admiral and "Littte Stayer/' —(Child's Suits,)— Douhie seat and knee, tinen atid sitk sewed, warranted not to rip. Soidhythe 'i'KXAS & t'AClUC COAt, COM MANY $2.50 Per Day. MRS. 3. PUTNAM, Manager. §e^eider-Dauis <$ompaQy, importers a^d U/!;o[e§ate (jroqer^. P. H. BLANKENMEtSTER, Prest. P. BREMERMANN, Sec. and Treas. St. $OU!5 (Queensirare ^0. Ho. 516 to 520 n. :naiu St., St. €ottis. '-5t;e Oid ^iiabie/' DaHas, 5exa$. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, Try our Celebrated PEACOCK FLOUR, „y The Satina Mitt & Eteyator Co., Satina, Kansas. 8! & 83 So. Peters, 63 & 65 Futton Sts.. Texas & Pacific Coa! Co., Sote Agents. Ca!t for it. PRESTON & STAUFFER, Importers, Wholesale Grocers, Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy, Branch Factor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MINER For the Economy of the Household, <^=-and the Happiness of the Famity, A 0««d Cooking Stove !ndispcnsab)e. White you are ^ettiao one it is as we!) to ^et the be^t. Mie Exceisior Matmfacturinn Co., of St. t.ouis. Mo., tnake them, atid the Texas & Pacific Coat Co. Set) them. The "CHARTER OAK," first atxiforonost, and tlte Messenger—Sterling mid Mabei, al! fni] vatuc fo!'lho!)iKni(-Yasko(!i'(H'tt)(-n). \\ hen the time romes to use a htating stove ask to see the irondate, Wasp and Atmotbr ( oal, or theHotn^and Premium Box for wood. HEARN, PETTY & CO., Lifted. \)AXrt-'ACrt'UKKRS Oh At.I. KtNOS O) Rough and Dressed Long Leaf YeHow Pine Lumber. TELEGRAPH AN!) EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. Rai!road Timbers and Ties a Speciatty. Robertsviiie, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana. Arthur G. W. Koch, I rite for Circular and Price List. Station A, Kansas Kity, Mo. A First-Ctass Quatity of Sausage can onty be made by using a <^STR!CTLY PURESP!CESEASON!NG. The Texas & Paci...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

12 THE TEXAS MINER A DoMar Hade ^ BY ^ BUY! NO Hamitton, 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. HEN O. SM)TH. ^urman & ^mitb INSURANCE r ! AGENTS No. 500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. We Ciaim for the Cetebrated W e are agents for theee)e- hrated -MITCHELL WAGONS.- TKV ON);. Texas & Pacific Coat Co. THE OLD RELtABLE United States Life Insurance Company, Corner Broadway and Murray .Street. NEW YORK C)TY, E! Belmont Cigars 4 . ^.*THE H)0<1t:ST^ ^ Order of ExceHence Attainab!e in Cigar Alanufacture. QLEHR CUSHN yV^HDE. S. Hernsheim Bros. & Co., NEW ORLEANS. LA. None better, few as good, wi)! have an **ad" in this paper some time. This is a notice. A CARD The manager <)T the mercantite de- partment of the Texas & Pacific Coat Company, after repeated triats, has seiected ttie PATENTS ) Caveats, and Trade-Mar!<A obtained and alt Pat-^ ^OUR OFDCE tS OPPOStTE S. PATEN...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MiNER. !3 )F You WANT A FtRE EXTtNQUtSMER COME TOTHURBER AND BUY. g THE TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL CO. ARE AGENTS FORTWtS... FtRE EXT!NGU!SHER. THE CUPPER F!RE EXTINGUISHER. SAFE, DURABLE. CHEAP. PAR UN & ORENDORFF CO.7 CAt-LAS, TEXAS. ? t*S &H BaSMSEBBESBSSHgJ MOST CONVENtENT! MOST EFPECTtYE! t THE SAFEST! yvtmovig^yw TEXAS & PAC! F)C COAL COM PAN Y Agents for the PARUN & ORENDORFF CO. ) his Space is Reserved for Th. James W. Tufts' Soda Fountain.. . . Manufacturers Boston, = = = Mass. TRdRBER, WHYLiAND COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. TWfTWriHr This Space is Reserved for the 'Ad." of the above firm Whotesate Deaters in Fancy Groceries. Shoers OF MANKtND, Brown Shoe Company. Best on EARTH. BEST Home Shoes, Home Hub, Bumbie Bee, Southern Tie, BEST CELEBRATED SHOES Sweet Ciceiy Tan S!ipper, Anchor Solid Comfort, B!ue Ribbon Schoo! Shoes. SOLD BY T. & P. COHL CO.

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

!4 THE TEXAS MtNER. tAMES McCom), President. 8. 8. McConn, Treasurer. J. BuRNETT COLLINS, Vice President. E. M. SCHENECKER, Secretary. jytcLord-Lolliiis Commerce Co .... WHOLESALE .... GROCERS AND IMPORTERS. .... SPECtALHES .... . .^. . LEW!S BROTHERS, HKRDMHRE. STOVES. Guns, Ammunition and Fishing Tackie. Wound Table, Twist Tobacco, K. C. 25oz. Baking Powder, Plymouth Hock Gelatine, Quail Rolled Oats, Mokaska Coffee, Figaro Cigars, lied Eye 16oz. Smoking Tobacco. El Emilio Key West Cigars, Abell's Pie Preparation, R. S. V. P. Table Salt, Bailey's Pure Soap. Heinz Pickles, ^ AGENTS FOR ^ VAN'S HOTEL KITCHEN FURNtTURE. FORT WORTH. TEXKS. .... WE CARRY .... The Finest Line of Fancy Groceries in the State. WRtTE US FOR PRICES. FORT WORTH. TFXAS. W. T. LEAGUE, T T ATTORNEY AT LAW. Forh \\TotTl), Texas. A)FORNEY FOR TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL CO. Casey, Swasey & Co. #* *#* .... WHOLESALE .... UQUOFtS AND C!GARS. WHtSK^S P or t' W or)' 1), i ex. BUY THE EXCELLENT Aiipers AND PuctcHers S...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MtNER. !5 L. !Vt. Rumsey M*f*g Co. Gartington & Montgomery, Purines, Boiiers atid Hoisting Machinery, ... W)NE, YULL. MACH!N!Srs'.. . Blacksmith and Foundry Suppties, Aoricuiturai impiemt-tits, Pumps, (^as Pipe, Betting. Hose atid Packing. COMMtSSiON MERCHANTS OQO Fruits and Western Produce, Q O O O )6?[ ;md 1623 Main Street. <620 .utd <622 Rusk Street. "810 N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUtS, MO. FORT WORTH, TPXAS. IT) t T\/ CORRUGTAED )RON, DLJ Y V CRUMPED Your F. L. (I L. President. G R. FERGUSON. Vice-President. J, N. Cn.BhRT, Sec'y and Treas. t.. B. Asst. Secy and Tre;t>. R00F!NG, PRESSED STANDtNG SEAM, STEEL BRiCK S)D!NG AND A)) Kinds o( Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies OF E. E. SOUTHER !RON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET. ST. LOUtS, MO. BEAUMONT LUMBER Co. LUMBER ON HAND, EtGHT MtLLtON FEET. ANNUAL St-UPMENTS, FtFTY MtLLtON FEET HQUORS FOR Medicinal and Family Uses ADDRESS: BEAUMONT, TEXAS PADGtTT BROS., DALLAS, \Veat<-t))<-di*ttHt-rs<)f''H<...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

!C THE TEXAS MtNER @@oeo@ocx9@ee@@oe@@oe@@eoo@o@@@oo@@oeoo ^ ^ <3@ee@@oe@@o@o@oeo@eo@@o@@@eoe@cx3o@oGeo THE- Parry ilanufacturing Company, SsDOO OF tndianapotis, tndiana, Are the first tn the trade in the manufacture of oooo GO@@ Light Vehictes tlx- above cut is from a photograph ofti)(-ir extensive works. Tens. Sexas 0 paeifie $oal <$o„ AGENTS. L^DoooeoeoeooeeoGoeooeeo(^ ^ ^ oeooDeocxixBocoeoeoGoceeocee^^

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. !7 The Glorious Fourth For eighteen hundred and ninety-four is now a thing ot the past. We, allofus, hadagoodtime. Onr friends enjovedthe day immensely, and have a great many good things to say about om* town, about our business enterprises, about our peojde, and among these good things the Hardware Department of the Texas & Pactfic Coa) Co. ('omes it) for a Lion s share. We've been telling them so mneh about our hardware, onr crockery, queensware and glassware, and all other things in our line that we wei'e highly pleased to have them come and see tor themselves that all we told them was true. Qua!ityand Prices! <* Two things that we Exce! in. - ^ ^ Our Making and seen Saddte Department is s. and Harness ^ ^ - A1 in every particular. ('<)me ^a&. p. U/it$orp, ^ar?'<3'r ^ardvuare Deptr. (Texae & pacific dLo. Our Drug Store. One of the inost pleasant places to visit wli'ile you are in this camp is our Drug Store. Equipped to perfection in every pa...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

18 THE TEXAS MINER. €cias & padftc (foai €0/5 Drtj (Boobs Department. 7o 77.$ 77/777/// /^/f/Y</t.s'/b/- 777^77* daor/ 77/77777'^ ^y^c7 7^/ 07'^r7ooA*7T7^ oM r 7^/77- 7/77777/ 7o 77/67// ^7/e py'o^^r T777a7777oT7 077 77/6 7 -S'7, F/7 67 7?7K% r^/Y/ o/' 77/ 7,S- ///'<?.S'g/? 7 77/777/^77/ , r/^f7 7o 7^.S77^e7/'777Vy ^/or/?7 77/ ^77/ 77/7/7 ow:??^ 777 77^ 6.1?7/'677/6 /77^77WO/' T'7/.S'77?/?.S'.S /7'6 77'/?7^ 77 77 ^^7^ 7/7 77-^77^ 7777 7' ^77^7. "////' ^7/ 7.S' 777^^, r/777/ 77/ ^7 ^777^/7^ 77/7? 77 <P.v7 77'6e7^ 77 77'777 77/77 &/? 77/7 77/ 7? 67^c7a7^cy 7^7/ ^7777 777 /?7v/ 7 777^ .97/7/7^ 77^7*7/ ^OOr7 ^777^r777^,$, 777/r7 M'777 77^77/77 ^7/r/7/ A- 7/077, OT7 6 ^777 /7 7/77, T^THZ 7 ^7/7r7777. 7?/'^/- 7?^r7777/ 7o Cexas & padjic €oa( (Eo.

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

THE TEXAS MtNER. !9 i A if (jropery Department. j^ere is 5omeH;ir)^ it; u;i!! pay <^u^ry to ^iue jd$t; a (jia^at. - Z^/'/^rV/^// Z7/v///// 7'^/////^/^.s, /,^ ^^^r//'7//Y;r/7rr7^-//, / JZ-fr/hr ;?-////v///.?. /-^ /^/. rv///.s. /v//7 . //;/. <s7r/^V^ <S7/-/'//^- /^////^, /rA-/b/-f-//z /v///.s. /^//////A'/'//.s /'// ^-/// r////\. rj///// /,'^/'. At! kitxisof ('a])]ic(! (nxidsaf cxccptioiiaiiy Jew prices. 5^5. ( alt a —j! ) a spadr. We say our t eas are the best in the country, and there is no varying opinion from this. In this locality they all say IT IS the best, and that 't has no equal. It needs but a tria] to convince the most skeptical of the truth ot the above assertion. Awoi'dlotiic wist-is sttfficicnt. t lie superiority ot our (^offees is now known ail over this j)art of '^exas : eveiy one who uses this Coffee once, always calls for it again. Whv? 1'ecause it {^leases them better than any other they ever used before. It 's put up m neat packages perfectly air tight, an...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 7 July 1894

20 THE TEXAS MINER. §o)d Styrou^out & ^ (/) 00 33 -a HKNDLED BY'^- 0

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 14 July 1894

EVO I ¥ VOL. 1 THUUBlvlL TEXAS. SATURDAY, .JULY 14, 1894. NO. :*<>. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. Humility, that low, sweet root, From which all heavenly virtues shoot. M ine Honoris my life; both grow in one; Take I Inner from me, and my life is done. -[Moore, -[Shakespeare. Oh, beware of jealonsv! Tt is the l'reen-eyed monster which doth mock The meat it feeds on —[Shakespeare. True hope is swift and flies with swallow's wings; Kings it makes gods, and meaner creatures kings. —[Shakespeare. Hope is the dream of a waking man.— [From the French. How oft the sight of means to do ill deeds, makes deeds ill done [Shakespeare. Nothing more detestable does the earth produce than an un- grateful man—[Ansonions. What is becoming is honest, and whatever is honest must al- ways be becoming.—[Cicero. The king is the least independent man in his dominion—the beggar the most so.—[Anon. A propensity to hope and joy is real riches; one to fear and sorrow, real poverty.— [H urae. The first sure sympto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 14 July 1894

THE TEXAS MINER, T TARIFF TALKS. no. xii. HE MINER has been accused in the columns of a Texas paper as follows : "It is published in a commnnity of la- borers and for the benefit of these laborers, yet it is a strong advocate of the greatest of all enemies to the laboring classes, viz: Protection." And then our contemporary goes on to show- that Protection lowers the wages of the laboring man. We have compiled from the statistics in Volume 20, United States Census, the following table showing the wages of the various general trades in Great Britain and the United States for the purpose of showiug how much higher pay the American laboring man receives than the English laborer: GREAT BRITAIN. UNITED STATES. $6.94 $11.84 OCCUPATION Carpenters Smiths 6.98 Masons 7.45 Tiners 7.32 .Engineers 7.47 Mechanics tí.95 Painters 6.33 Coppersmiths . 7.74 Laborers .... 4.37 16.48 16.33 14.76 15.24 13.85 11.71 15.00 7.70 $61.55 6.84 $123.11 13.68 Total wages of trades Average weekly wages These tabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 14 July 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. in this city. 1 he boys at the Union depot thought they had about reached their.limit when the thermometer marked 112 degrees, but when it run up to 120 degrees one afternoon they began to know that it meant to be boiled, roasted and fired. Monday at noon the Gulf. Colorado <$: Santa Fe was pretty badly tied up by a strike of their men at Galveston Temple. Dallas and Gainsville. The < Cleburne men did not go out. and there were no members of the American Railway Union in this city. They will probably get their line open in a few days. I he Texas & Pacific has had two full trains of bananas out of New Orleans in the last few days for St. Louis and Kansas City. 1 hev have hauled them on special trains from New Or- leans to Mineóla, where they were turned over to the Missouri Kansas & 1 exas which took them to their destination on special trains making passenger train time. Ajax. ARBITRATION THE WAY. , III.. July 1 1894. ! Editor Texas Miner : I HAVE been...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 14 July 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, July 14, 1894. When labor and capital fall out the demagogue gets in his fine work. This is surely an F. F. V. Administration. Fish, Fraud and Vice being it's principal characteistics. The great Pullman boycot of 1894 will go down in history as the grand finale of misrule and inconsistency. Organized labor is a good thing, but organized lawlessness will never be tolerated in this or any other country. The only difference between a Democrat and a sculptor is that one is a "work-buster" and the other a "bust-worker." The Cleveland wing of the- ex-Democracy is called the "Chumpulist" party. It will be'the "Dumpedulist" party in November. Four more months and the people of this la...

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