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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MiNER. A LESSON OF THE AMER!CAN RAtLWAY UNtON STRtKE. ANY of our very best citizens with a pessimistic turn of mind i V l fear the ultimate effect that the great !iberty we enjoy in this country, will at some time prove to be a weakness that may sap the foundations of our government. They do not fear foreign complications, or think it possibte that any foreign nation wit) ever attempt to overturn our republican form of govern- ment. but they say when this country becomes densly populated, when the line between capital and labor becomes stronger than it is now, there will come a time that the poor and vicious classes will so far outnumber those who have an interest in a stable government, that then will come anarchy, then will come the period where there will be no protection for property, the time that might wit) make right, and that "they shall take who have the power, and they shall keep who can." These good honest people, who have such fears ever present with them, seem...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

6 THE TEXAS M!NER. of Debs, and what is worse, many women and children wiH suffer, i he Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton railroad will not take back any strikers; the St. Paul & Omaha follows suit, so does the Lake Shore and many others. Manager Gays of the Railroad associa- tions says that not more than 60 per cent of the strikers get work. Many of the railroads wanted a good excuse to get rid of incom- petent men. The head machinist at Ogden told us it was a great thing tor him; that he would get rid of 80 per cent of his men that he did not want. Debs succeeded in paralizing the opera- tion oi the railroads for a time, making them loose a large amount ot money. His followers destroyed a large amount of property that was the means of giving them employment. It was like the foolish man that sawed off the limbupon which he was sitting. I here is no great loss without some gain, and the gain will be that very many incompetent men that through one and another means through the di...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER. every point within the past two years, and the famishing hosts that have been daily humilitated by being fed at charity soup- houses, an evidence of paralyzed industries. In the degredation of labor women are crowded to the waH first. The "play of wages ail over the world" means that the labor of hard working, intelligent, self-respecting American women, who are bearing their full share of the country's work, and are daily adding to its wealth, shall be put in competition with the work of the beast-of-burden women of the Old World. The rate of wages paid determines the respect in which labor is held; the respect in which labor is held is a never failing index of woman's position in the social order. If by the adoption of Old World economics, the labor of women and of men is degrated, this republic will not long hold its proud place among the nations. OBSERVER" WRESTUNG W!TH THE F!NNY TR)BE. are as slippery as glass, and it is all you can do to keep on your feet. But...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

8 THE TEXAS MINER. Notice to Cotton Raisers. Our Cotton Gin is now complete, and is the most complete system of gin machinery m this country. We feel sure you will get better ginning at our gin than anywhere. We have a com- plete Munger gin system, which has gained a world renowned repulation for making the best sample and cleaning the seed bet- ter than any other system made. We are going to gin your cot- ton as cheap as any one, and will put your bagging and ties in at first cost. Remember this. We respectfully solicit your pat- ronage. TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL COMPANY. On a High Lonesome. "Elec. Tricity'' went on a tantrum Thursday, and made things lively for awhile, seldom hitting the ground except in high places. He burglarized (or broke in) the residence of Robt. McKinnon, tore the door plate oft the door, set fire to the house, and set up business in opposition to the barber by shingling the hair of one of the family. He made kindling wood of several telephone poles on "the h...

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

THE TEXAS MINER. 9 We// ts easier than getting well. Regular habits and proper at- tention to diet wi!i insure health. Pure food is an es- sentia!. -S//ver is scientifically prepared for those who desire to keep well. Light, wholesome and readily assimilated, it is just the food for delicate organisms. ARMOUR PACKtNG Co. KANSAS C!TY. U. S. A. GONE TO REST, HAS THE SOUL OF THAT WELL-KNDA'N WINER, ROBERT TWEED. A Piece of State Fa!ts One Hundred and Ten Feet, Hitting Him the Head White at Work in the New Shaft, No. 7. on A '1' about 3 o'clock last Monday afternoon there was an acci- jT*\ dent at No. 7 shaft, the new shaft now b^mg sunk, which resulted in the death Tuesday at noon of Robert Tweed a well- known miner, who with three companions were digging at the bottom, 110 feet down, Tweed having been struck on the head by a piece of slate, which fell from the bucket at the top. The accident was one of those unfortunate ones which occur, even when the utmost care is taken against them...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

to THE TEXAS MINER, ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF— FOR DISTRICT CLERK— FOR COUXTY CLERK— FOR COUXTY COMMISSIONER— FOR COUNTY TREASURER— We are instructed to place Mr. L. E. GiUett of Dublin before the voters of this. Erath, county, as a candidate for County Treasurer, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Regular nominee. FOR ASSESSOR— FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY— FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE— FOR CONSTABLE— of this precinct (\o. 7), subject to the wiiioR the^peopie. Flection in Novem- ber. We are authorized to announce that "Lit" WiHiams is a candidate forre- MELACHOL," The Painiess Laxative and Superior Nerve Tonic. RETAtL PRICE, 75c PER BOTTLE. TA PHARMACAL CO. )FF!TT-WEST DRUG CO,, Manufacturers, St. Louis, St. Louis. !N L. CONNABLE. President. CHARLES G. SHERMAN. 2J V. P and Sec'y, AT)HEW CONNABLE. ist V. Pres t. E M. CONNABLE, Treasurer. Roeth!isberger & Gerber, 22 & 24 River Street, -^^^CHiCAGO, importers of and Deaters in Foreign and Domestic 4. CHEESE A Domestic Swiss Che...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. !! NOW ' OPEN ' ' Buy Clothing Marked c. p. K. co.r The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Celebrated *^t HOTEL KNOX.*^* ^ "Littte Admirai" and "Litt!e Stayer," ^ - —(Child's Suits,)— <. Thurber Coal Mines, Erath County, Texas. -(Child's Suits,)- Double seat and knee, linen and silk sewed, warranted not to rip. Sold by the TMXAS & !'A( M IC COAL COMPANY. F. H. BLANKENME!STER, Prest. F. BREMERMANN.Sec. andTreas. $2.50 Per Day. J. F. JONES, Manager. Sel^eider-bauis (?ompat?y, St. $0Ut5 Importers ^ U/t^olesale Old pliable." (]t*o(;er$. Dallas, 5exa$. (^)l<.t55jnb (Dueenstparc ^ 0. Uo. 5^6 to 520 H. St., .St. ^ouis. Try our Ceiebrated PEACOCK FLOUR, by The Salina Mill & Etevnor Co., Saline, Kansas. Texas & Pacific Coa) Co.. So!e Agents. Cati for it. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy, ,63 & 65 Futton Sts., Branch Factory Opp. 74, 76 & 78 So. Peters, ) - nrlpans la And It, 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

12 THE TEXAS MINER. For the Economy of the HoosehoM, and the Happiness of the Family, A Good Cooking Stove 's tndispensabte. White you are getting one it is as weii to get the best. The Excelsior Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo., make them, and the Texas & Pacific Coa! Co. Set) them. The "CHARTER OAK," first and foremost, and the Messenger—Sterting and Mabe!, aH futt vaiue for the money asked for them. When the time comes to use a heating stove ask to see the irondate, Wasp and Atmo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. HEARN, PETTY & CO., u^ed, MANUFACTURERS OF ALT KINDS OF Rough and Dressed Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. ^ Railroad Timbers and Ties a Speciatty. RobertsviHe, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana. Cameron MiH g Elevator Co., ^ Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. sa- Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. WHOLESALE. WHOLESALE. Sanger Bros., DaHas. We ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 13 A DoHar Hade BY ^ BUYtNG — MmiltoB, Brown Shoe Co.'s - SHOES. Wear Longest, Fit Best, — Cut Down Your Shoe BiH One-Half. The T. & P. COAL CO. Sell Them. S. M. FURMAN. BEN O. SM!TH. ^unnan & r^WDE? !NSURANCE r R AGENTS No. 500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. We Ciaim for the Ce!ebrated E! Betmont Cigars We are agents for the cele- . ^^THE HiGMEST^^- ' -MITCHELL WAGONS.-- Order of Exceiience Attainab!e in Cigar Manufacture. TRY ONE. They are durable and light running Tens & Pacific Coat Co. THE OLD RELIABLE United States Life insurance Company, Corner Broadway and Murray Street, NEW YORK C!TY, None better; few as good, wilt have an "ad" in this paper some time. This is a notice. A CARD The manager of the mercantile de- partment of the Texas & Pacific Coat Company, after repeated triais, has selected the Diamond S Baking Powder C-EKR HKMKHK- QUBKN H^ND 7^KDE. S. Hernsheim Bros. & Co., NEW ORLEANS, LA. PATENTS j Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtaine...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. tF You WANT A F[RE EXTfNQUiSHER COME TO THURBER AND BUY. THE TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL CO. [ARE AGENTS 4 ! FOR TH)S . . . F!RE EXTtNGU!SHER. IHE CLtPPER HRE EXTINGUISHER. This machine K^tterates a Chemtcai Compound that is death to fire. It is theoniy reliable invention that w!!! profit against has been endorsed as entirety practicai by !t*adingr Hnnsny- nnw tympanies and Hr( <^partm(n(M ^tid a<:otn*d by nntany !ead!ng MU Km Actnreraas the cheapest ;u.<t best protection. ^SAFE, DUMBLE, CHEAP. aCord to be wititout it!"\shn'' for Uinners it is absoiuteiy in- dispensable. Sosimpieti.at it can be worked by matt, wo tinted tnMn^y funded. Ctrcniarfree. Ad- dress the manufacturers. PARUN&ORENDORFFCO., C3AL-L-AS, TEXAS. ^**^R^AsKdcsHd5S!5SSS* 8 MOST COHEtttENT! HOST EFEECTtVE! - THE SAFEST! ^ The TEXAS & PAC[F)C COAL COMPANY, Agents for the PARL!N & ORENDORFF CO. This Space is Reserved for James W. Tufts' IRORBER. WnvLANB Conp/\Nv. Soda Fountain .... Man...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER !5 J AMES McCoRD, President. S. S. McCoRD. Treasurer J. HPHXETT CoLM^s, Vice President. E. M SCHENECKKR. Secretary. LEWIS BROTHERS, McCord-Collins Commerce Co .... WHOLESALE .... GROCKRS ANn IMPORTERS. .... SPECtALTtES .... . . Hound Table, Twist Tobacco, Hed Eye 16oz. Smoking Tobacco, [< C. 25ox Baking Powder, El Emiiio Key West Cigars, Plymouth Hock Gelatine, A bell's Pie Preparation. Magnolia Sugar Syrup, Krug's Hams and Lard, Perfection Molasses, MeComb's Stoneware. (^uail Polled Oats, U.S. V. P. Table Salt, MokaskaCoKee, j Bailey's Pure Soap, Figaro Cigars, j Heinz Pickles, OCC))! DEALERS )N . . . . HHRDMKRE, STOVES, Quns, Ammunition and Fishing Tack!e. ^ AGENTS FOR ^ VAN'S HOTEL KITCHEN FURNITURE. FORT WORTH. TEXKS. .... WE CARRY .... The Finest Line of Fancy Groceries in the State. WRITE US FOR PRICES. : FORT WORTH, TEXAS. MARTtN CASEY. CWAS. J. SWASEY. OSCAR SEUGMAN SAM. LEVY. W. T. LEAGUE, T "r ATTORNEY AT LAW, Forb Worbl), Texas. ATTORNEY FOR TEXAS &...

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

16 THE TEXAS MINER L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Nanufacturersand Jobbers of Engines, Boilers and Hoisting Machinery, . . . tWlNE, MILL, MACHINISTS' . . . Blacksmith and Foundry Supplies, Agricultural tmplements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Betting. Hose and Packing. WE BKCK EMERY STHTEM6NT SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. ^^Thoa ^ aa good in the toilet or bath as in the JuSnfrv""'^* J hou^ands oi crtttcal consumers use it: you witl after one trial Ask your merchant for it and accept no substitute. THE WAPLES PLATTER C30CER CO., Who!esa!e Agents, = = Fort Worth, Texas. 810 N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOU!S, MO. Rf CORRUGTAED [RON, 1L* iLJ n v CR CRtMPED R00F)NG, PRESSED STANDtNGSEAM, STEEL BRtCK StD!NG AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies Your OF E. E. SOUTHER !RON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET. ST. LOU!S, MO. Gar]ington & Montgomery, COMMISStON MERCHANTS OOO Fruits and Western Produce. o o e o 162: and 1623 Main Street. 1620 and 1622 Rusk Street, FORT WORTH, TEXAS. L! QUORS E. L. CARROLI., Pre...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 17 Drug Department TSYKT offering special inducement!-; to the Drug Trade in this section, and while * many have taken advantage of these inducements and placed orders with us, w^e t solicit others, and we guarantee to save you many dollars and at the same time can give you Pure Drugs, and all of the standard Patent Medicines now on the market. Give us a trial order, or write us for prices. Freight rates, you know, is an item worth considering. Our Jewetry Department TS NOW in charge of MR. J. O. RnoME, an experienced and practical Jeweler, who i will sell vou Watches, (locks and Jewelry at one-third less than can be bought for elsewhere, and anvthing in the repairing line can be done while you wait. All work carries with it his guarantee. OUR SODA FOUNTAtN is a "drawing" card. Everything trom a plain glass ot soda to the most delicate and delicious drmks served, ice cold, tee Cream, a!) flavors, in large or small quantities. All iced bottled goods handled. Physicia...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

is THE TEXAS MINER. ils. **n app at has Texas & Pacific Coat Co. Grocery Depar ment. beg to draw your specia) attention to this (lepartment an(] . . . sec for yoursetves the vatue you can get for your money. We have no hesitation whatever in stating that we carrv the best tine of Groceries, both Stap!e and Fancy, of any other retai] house in the country. In purchasing our stock thev are se- lected with the greatest possible care, at the towest pnee, always m car-toad quantities for cash. Common sense wi)[ tci! vou we can scH goods cheaper than any ordmarv Grocer. Come to Thurber and Save your Money! Teas tins department is receiving a good share of patronage reeenttv. Tin- (pnditv ot' onr Tea is unquestionably the finest. Lovers of good Tea visit this'department.' Coffees ^ Onr Combination Ground Coifee is now being nsed in ever\* ltoioe in* Thurber. Should yon itappen not to have nsed it, be snre ami get some the first time vou are in the store. 36grThe usual present give:t awa...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. . iS ^3; !^! g: S; % 7^'^' co The "riends of the Masses. -THtS WEEK THE- Texas & Pacific Coa! Co.'s Dry Goods Department 0FF6RS UNH6HRD-0F BHRCKINS !N ^ DR ESSGOODS! ^ ^^2 pieces of English Sateen at 10c a yard, worth 15c Siikoline Porgees, 10c a yard, worth 20c. Derrv Lawn, at 12 l-2c a yard, 36 inches wide, worth 25c. Black Lace Bunting, at 15c a yard, 40 inches wide, worth 25c. 150 pairs Boys' Pants, 35c a pair. 50 dozen Ladies' Striped Hose, at 10c a pair. Good Bleached Domestic, at 5c, 7 l-2c and 8 l-3c. 150 Boys' Straw Hats, reduced from 25c to 15c. B€g"Come, 'ere to late. % TEXAS & PACIFIC COAL CO, ^ DRY GOODS DEPT. ^.7%^ -t

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 4 August 1894

20 THE TEXAS MINER. Sotd Styrod^out CI 3? (/) 00 ^Tia# -^'HHNDLED BY"r M! !!

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 11 August 1894

•VOL. 1 THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 11, 1894. NO. 30. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. To thine own pelf lie trne: And it must follow, hp the night the day ; Thou canst not then be false to anv m;in. -[Shakespeare. Know, Without Star, or Angel, for their Guide, Who worship God, shall find him. Humble Love, And not proud Reason, kee:>s the door of Heaven, Love finds admission where proud Science fails. —[ Young. Education makes the Man, the lack of it the Fellow.—[Shakes- peare. He that studieth Revenge keepe h his own wounds green.— [Bacon. Respect is better procured by exacting than soliciting it.— [Greville. Man was never so much deceived by another as by himself.— [Greville. Do not for one Repulse, forget the purpose that you resolved to effect.—[Shakespeare. What is the best Government? That which teaches us to gov- ern ourselves.—[Goethe. No gain is so certain as that which proceeds from the econom- ical use of what you have.—[Latin. There are few people who are more often in the wr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 11 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES. Fort Worth, Texas, August 9, 1894. Editor Texas Miner: Business is rapidly picking up on both divisions of the Texas & Pacific. Homer Eads, commercial agent of the Iron Mountain road, was in the city Friday. George England, traveling auditor of the Santa Fe, went south over his line Thursday. J. W. Carter, live stock agent of the Rock Island, has returned from a short business trip. H. W. Hammond, traveling freight agent of the Iron Moun- tain road, was in the city Friday. ^ A new fifty horsepower boiler will be added to the Missouri, Kansas & Texas stationary power at Denison. E. W. Hayes, master mechanic of the Denver, returned from an inspection tour up the line in his private car, No. 379. A. A. Glisson, traveling passenger agent for the Cotton Belt, returned Wednesday night trom a business trip over his road. Business is picking up considerably around the Texas & Pa- cific shops. A lull torce of workmen is kept busy all the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 11 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. CRONACA ITALIANA. A. N. Ivancich, Editore. Ultime Corrispondenze— Vittoria italiana in Africa- Kassua presa d'assalto. Massua 19 Luglio. Un forte corpo di Dervisci aveva intrapreso nei gi- orni scorsi delle razzie nel villaggio di Carcabak. posto sul terri- torio italiano, uccidendo e facendo schiavi gli abitan ti. Incorag- giati da questo successo i Dervisci spinsero la loro cavalleria sino in vista degli avamposti italiani di Agordat. II generale Baratieri, trovandosi a Keren per passare l'ispezi- one delle truppe, delibero' tosto di attaccare i Dervisci. Rac- colse quindi tutt-e le forze disponibili e il giorno 1 2 corrente mosse contro il nemico. II 17 egli giungeva improvvisamente sotto Kassala e diede tosto il comando dell' assalto. Le forze di cui disponeva il generale Baratieri ammontavano, fra soldati italiani e indigeni, a 2400 combattenti, comandati da 54 ufficiali. La battaglia fu accanita e fini' con la completa vittoria delle truppe italiane. Kassala f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 11 August 1894

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, August 11, 1894. All's quiet in the Pullman car— Sweet peace holds sway once more; The only men who fret us are The same old friends who snore. —[Washington Star. Cotton of the 1894 crop is on the market already. Whatever bill Ccngress passes, the people will have to foot it. Travel to Europe for pleasure and study is greatly increasing every year. Watering stocks is the nearest to aquatic sport that some of our financiers ever get. Debs and Coxey both want to go to Congress. And each can if he polls enough votes. The Mexican war cost the United States $100,000,000. The number of troops engaged was 101,282. Fifteen steamers are now on their way here from Mediter- ranean ports lo...

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