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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. FACTS ABOUT PULLMAN. ^INCE the great Pullman strike of 1H94 has directed public attention generally to the birthplace of the modern palace car, THE MiNKK has taken pains to gather together the following information concerning the once thriving town of Pullman, 111.: 1 his city and all that it contains in the way of houses and im- provements is the property of the Pullman company. It is laid out in streets and blocks according to the most modern and ap- proved ideas, regardless of cost. The dwelling houses are hand- some brick structures, fitted with all modern improvements, hav- ing hot and cold water, gas, perfect sewerage, absolutely clean streets, and each house has its own lawn fenced in. There are numerous public parks and play grounds for children, adorned with flower beds and other beautifying devices. The dirt and garbage of each house is removed daily by the company. 1 here is a fine athletic ground and gymnasium for the boys and young men to play and exerc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. and are an industrious class-, and have made a desert to blossom. Wherever the life-giving water cannot be obtained for irrigation there are barren spots, where sage brush will only grow. i he valley seems particularly well adapted to the raising of fruit, and very few portions of our country are better supplied with apples, peaches, pears, cherries and apricots, strawberries, raspberries and blackberries, all of as One quality as are raised anywhere. The first apricots I ever eat just picked from the tree was at a friend's house in Salt Lake. From trees in his yard we plucked apricots as large as a good sized apple, fully ripe and of delicious flavor. and they would melt in one's mouth. The fin- est cherries I have ever seen I found at Bingham. Before reaching the promontory we leave the cultivated por- tion of Salt Lake valley and, going over a divide, where in twelve miles we rise 600 feet, go around the western end of Salt Lake. At this point it seems as though ...

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

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 OUR WASHtNGTON LETTER. [Special Correspondence of THE TEXAS MiNEH.] WASHINGTON. I). C., August 13, 1894. MACHINERY VS. LABOR AND WAGES. It is to be hoped that the several investigations that the Com- missioner of Labor has been charged by Congress with making will be more productive of information and resutts than have those by Congressional committees. One of the iast provided tor is that to ascertatn the effect of the use of machinery on labor and wages. This isn't actuaHy a law yet, but a joint resolution appropriating $io,coo to pay the cost of the investigation has been adopted by both branches of Congress, and now only awaits the President's signature. A SMALL ALAN WITH A LARGE TEMPER. Ex-Senator Mahone ot Virginia is a very small man, but he has a very large temper, and just now he is giving it full swing. The ex-Senator is not so rich as he was a few years ago. There- tore he was all the more disappointed when the House blue-pen- ciled the Senate amendment...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

8 THE TEXAS MINER. De/jMot/s Cre<3/?? as used in the preparation of Silver Churn Butterine, im- parts a delightful flavor to the product. Always sweet, fra- grant and wholesome, S//ver CAurn is approved by the most fas- tidious housekeepers. Mrs. Rorer, the cooking expert, pre- fers it to creamery butter for all uses. For sale by the best grocers. 6)73 ARMOUR PACKtNG Co KANSAS CtTY. U. S. A and it is surmised the baby crawled to it and pressed on the cover, which served as a death trap, for when found the cover was on top the child, which showed the child had fell in, the cover turning and falling after it. It is thought it could not have been over five or six minutes after the child fell in until it was discovered, but too late for resuscitation. The parents' agony, it is said, was something terrible, and the mother was almost frantic when the news was broken to her. and her suffering can better be imagined than described. LOCAL NOTES. Notice to Cotton Raisers. Our Cotton Gin is...

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

THE TEXAS MtNER. 9 SHAKESPEARE UP TO DATE. ... ft is great sin to swear unto a ein ; But greater sin, to keep a sinful oath. Who can be hound by any solemn vow To do a murderous deed, to rob a man, To foree a spotless virgin's chastity, To reave the orphan of his patrimony, To wring the widow from her custom'd right; And have no other reason for this wrong But that he was bound by a solemn oat h ? — [Shakespeare, H. part, Act V., "King Henry VI." It is folly to join a labor union ; But greater follv to act with it in unison. Who can be hound by act of membership To do a ruinous deed, to go on a strike. To force another man out of work, To rob the children of their dailv bread, To wring the wife from her custom'd ease; And have no other reason for this wrong But that "would-be Almighty Deb" so said? —[Railroad Striker in arrear with grocery store. PERSONAL MENTtON. Manager Bass spent last Sunday in the Fort. Mr. Robert Loflin was quite sick Saturday and Sunday last. Joe Glynn was qui...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

to THE TEXAS MINER. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SHERIFF— We are authorized to announce Capt. Walter C. Ready as a candidate for SheritfofErath county, whose candidacy is subject to the action of the Demo- cratic party. Regular nominee. FOR DISTRICT CLERK— THE MiNER is authorized to announceMr. J. J. Bennett as the Democratic nominee for re-election to the office of District Clerk of Erath county, election FOR COUXTY CLERK— I hereby announce my name as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Cferk, subject to the action of the Democratic party. In making this appeal to you, fellow-citizens, allow me to add that no public functionary was ever more thankful to his constituents than 1 for the favors tendered me at the last election, and should you see tit in your wisdom to re-elect me I will exert the utmost of my ability to conduct the oftice with credit to myself and to the satisfaction of the public generally. Regular nominee. W. E. CoDY. Roethtisberger & Gerber, 22 & 24 R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS MiNER. !! NOW ? OPEN < ^HOTEL KNOX.'^-f Buy Clothing Marked Tburber Coai Mines, Erath County, Texas. ^ —.* - - $2.50 Per Day. J. F. JONES, Manager. Set?r)eider-Dauis ^ompa!)y, !mport:er8 at^d U/^olesale (]roqer$. "5t?e Old ^tiable." Dailas, 5exa$. Try our Celebrated_ PEACOCK FLOUR, ^ The Salina MiH & Eteyator Co., Satina, Kansas. Texas & Pacific Coat Co., Sote Agents. Ca!) for it. C. P. K. CO.," The BEST and CHEAPEST in (he Market. Sote Manufacturers of the Celebrated "Littte Admira!" and "Littie Stayer," —(Chiid's Suits,)— Doubie seat and knee, tinen and si!k sewed, warranted not to rip. Soid by the TKXAS & t AHHC C^A!, A^Y F. H. BLANKENME!STER, Prest. F. BREMERMANN, Sec. and Treas. Jrt. $out5 (Stdssanb (ptteenstDare (Lo. no. 5)6 to 520 n. Illain St., Jrt. €ottis. PRESTON & STAUFFER, Importers, Wholesale Grocers; AND DEALERS IN Sugar, Molasses, Coffee and Rice, 60 to 66 Tchoupitoulas Street, BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF Crackers, P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

12 THE TEXAS MINER. For the Economy of the Household, <^>-and the Happiness of the Family, A Good Cooking Stove 's 'ndispensabte. White you are getting one it is as wet! 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—Sterling and Mabe), alt full value for the money asked for them. When the time comes to use a heating stove ask to see the trondate, Wasp and Aimo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. HEARN, PETTY & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS QF - ' ' h '' I" Rongh and Dressed Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. ^ Railroad Timbers and Ties a Specia!ty. RobertSYilie, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana. Cameron MiH g Etevator Co., <^Fort Worth and Waco. Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. WHOLESALE. WHOLES...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER !3 A Do))ar Hade BY R!V!NH Homilton, Brown Shoe Co.'s SHOES. Wear Long;est, Fit Best, — Cut Down Your Shoe Bi!i One-Half. The T. & P. COAL CO. Se!i Them. S. M. FURMAN. BEN O. SMtTH. ^urmatt & CROC 'NSURANCE r R !^E, AGENTS . . . No. 500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. -MITCHELL WAGONS.- TRY ONE. Texas & Pacific Coal Co. THE OLD REHA3LE United States Life Insurance Company; Corner Broadway and Murray Street, NEW YORK C)TY, None be ter few as good, wit) 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 Coal Company, after repeated trials, has setected the Diamond S Baking Powder We Ciaim for the Celebrated — * * . C *— *-<c E! Be!mont Cigars ^ ^ ^ ' . -^r^THE HiGHEST ^ ^ Order of ExceMence Attainab!e in C^ar .llanufacture. QLEKR QuBAN yV^KDEr S. Hernsheim Bros. & Co., NEW ORLEANS, LA. ) Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-S joUR OFFICE IS OPP()S)TE U^ S...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

!4 THE TEXAS MiNER. !F YOU WANT A FtRE EXTtNQUtSHER COME TO THURBER AND BUY. THE TEXAS & PACtFIC COAL CO. ^ { ARE AGENTS 6 ! FOR TH)S . . . F!RE EXT!NGU!SHER. n- ^'";<-J L^W 3 s .j 3 .?? K3 -#s THE CLIPPER HRE EXT!NGU!SHER, SAFE, DURABLE. CHEAP. PARL!N & ORENDORFF CO., OAL-LAS. TEXA&. 0 Li (^1 p. # TEXAS & PAC!F)C COAL COMPANY, Agents for the PARUN & ORENDORFF CO. ^.ry-n * ' fj-' MOST CONVENIENT! MOST EFFECTIVE! THE SAFEST! ^ This Space is Reserved for James W. Tufts' Soda Fountain .... Man ufactu rers Boston, — = Mass. TMRBER, WHYLAND COMPANY, NEW YORK etfY. This Space is Reserved for the "Ad." of the above firm Whotesate Oeaters in Fancy Groceries. 3eoc@@cx:eoocQ@oe T^n. Blue Ribbon Schoo! Shoes We now have a fuH tine of The Ceiehrated B)ue Ribbon CELEBRATED Schoo) Shoes, ' j0ee0Ge0JX3ee3Qe(D00DQee0 BLUE BIBBOX PROBLEM. If a- pair of Blue Ribbon School Shoes wear three times as long as a School Shoe that costs one third less, how much is lost to a person fai...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER !5 PR!CE BROS. & CO., EVANSV1LLE, iND., MANUFACTURES —— Beds, Bureaus, Dressers, and at) kinds <** ^of Tabtes. Prices from 6oc to $30. Write for Cataiogue and Price List. JHE 7 (REM* (OFFEE SAVER. getting ^ ^ ^ ^ BLANKE'S PATENT DRIP COFFEE POT, For sate by the TEXAS & PAC!F!C COAL CO., Manufactured and put up by the C. F. BLANKE TEA & COFFEE CO., ST. LOU!S, U. S. A. MARTtW CASEY. CWAS. J. SWASEY. Casey, Swasey & Co. ....WHOLESALE.... UQUORS AND C!GARS. Lor^ T^x. BUY THE EXCELLENT Mri)ers AND Puddlers SOLDIER BOY [ 4 LONG CUT 4^ Tobacco. SMOKING TOBACCO Forty coupons good for Manufactured by B. Lcidersdor^ & Co. FRENCH BRIAR PIPE. Milwaukee, - - - Wi^coi^sip For Sale by T. & P. COAL COMPANY. -—-+-—-— LEWtS BROTHERS, DEALERS ! !N . . . . HHRDWKRE, STOVES, Quns, Ammunition and Fishing Tack!e. ^ AGENTS FOR ^ VAN'S HOTEL KtTCHEN FURN!TURE. FORT WORTH. TEXHS. W. T. LEAGUE, T T ATTORNEY AT LAW, Forb WorL'i), Texas. ATTORNEY FOR TEXAS & PACIFI...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

16 THE TEXAS MINER. L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Engines, Boilers and Hoisting Machinery, . . . M[NE, MILL, MACHINISTS' . . . Blacksmith and Foundry Supplies, Agricuttura! !mp!ements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Betting, Hose and Packing. 810 N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOU!S, MO. DW T\/ CORRUGTAED [RON, * V CRUMPED R00F)NG, H** MESSED STANDING SEAM, * UUr STEEL BR!CK StD!NG AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies OF E. E. SOUTHER )RON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET. ST. LOUtS, MO. L!QU ORS FOR Metiicina) and Fantity Uses We are the distillers of "Echo Spring," "Wood- ford County,'^ ''Horse Stx<e" and "Sugar Valley," which are strictly pmc am) m- ll.m it.wxi nuxie Sonr Mash, Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. We * guarantee these goods tn he tlx- beet in the World S. GRABFELOER & CO., louisvilte, Kentucky. ME BHCK UP EMERY STHTEW6NT M&r SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. maxes cioTnes whitest. Lasts !onc- est. L nitke other soap it is as good in the toiiet or bath as in th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS MtNER. )7 The Drug Department ts making a Specia! run, commencing on next Monday, on Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Albums, Cuff and Cottar Boxes, Traveling Sets, Ladies' Purses, and ail this line of goods at Manufacturers' cost. These goods are of the latest styles and designs. This offer is good only for one week, and ah will he displayed tastefully for your inspection. We are disptaying a line tine of DOLLS, targe and smatt,and of the best and most dura- bte make, at a great discount over former prices. Cat} and see them. To the iadies especiatty, we extend a cordiat invitation to catt and inspect this tine of goods. Great bargains are to be had, for we must ctose them out to make room for the great purchase of hotiday goods now en route. Drugs and Druggists' sundries, Watches, Clocks and an ele- gant line of Jewelry, Musical Instruments, School Supplies, etc., to the Trade at prices that can't he competed with it) any local markets. Texas & Pacific Coa) Co. J. L. REEV...

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

!8 THE TEXAS MtNER e e e -THE Texas & Pacific Coa) C.'s ![ Dry Goods Department Has just received its first shipment of pat] dt)d^ru/^ar j /T^ei?, U/omep apd <t?!?i!drep. j] Prices are about one-third iess than last jj year's prices. We have also received a nice is lot of j} Searlet and U/t^ite pap^ets ] At very Low Prices. AVe solicit an inspection of these goods; also our line of Comforts—Prices Bed Rock. 75c, $1.00, $1.35, $1.50 and $2.00. Cexas & pacific (foat Dry (Boobs Dept. = : ^ # # # # ^ 8 3

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

THE TEXAS MtNER. !9 5eas. Grocery Dept. Coffees Teas. The demand for this commodity supports our asser- tion, "They are the best," and we ask you to give it a trial and you will be convinced that they excel all others. Their strength and flavor is uniform and the price is exceptionally low, and together with this we give away free, both useful and ornamental presents. Once tried alwavs used. Coffees. Our Combination Oround Coffee is taking the lead over all other brands. It's qualities is unsurpassed. Buy our "One Minute" Coffee Pot—It's a dandy. Groceries. Our grocery department day after day receives some- thing new in addition to the varied and select stpck which it carries. By close attention to amount of stock on hand we never have any old goods. Every thing is new and fresh, "just what you want," and by careful buying we get the lowest figure, and therefore enables us to give you the best value in goods at the lowest possible price. To Farmers. Come and buy your goods atThurbe...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 18 August 1894

20 THE TEXAS MINER. 3 WHVK -a- IS THE ^ Texas Brewing Company's Beer Ihe best that ts brewed? and why do our Texas judges of Beer pronounce it the best? \! o err t— '/ /[ BECAUSE 7^7. 77/a ^7*7a.$7o7? Tfl^7a7* 77??^7 77/ay ?^ga M 77?a /777,a^7, ^o/*7a^7 7V7fx7a7* 77? 77?a 777T,77a?7 ^7^7a.s; o77f?, Fr7. T?aao^7^a 77? a J77^77 ?^gafZ a^7T^7^o7 Aa a.vaa77a(7; 'A7. 7^aao?/.s<? 77?^ .lfr/r7////a/y/ /.s* o/*77?6 ?'a/*// 7r/7a.s'7 po77a7'7/; r/7/r7, ^77/. /^aar^z^sa 77/a /^7'a/7a/' a77^7^oyar7 7/o.s' 770 ^7^a7*7or 77? 77/ 7,? r'07?7?77'//; o/?r7, MUM r?77/. 7?aa^7^aa?7a7*y o77a7?77o7?, 7^ /7^7r7 7o 77?a7??0.s7 77^77?7^7ar7a7o7 7 77? 77?a/77*oaa^o/' 777r^7?,7&/oa- 77^ra,' a^7^?7, 6'77/. 7^^rv//?.sa 77/?? aoo777?^ proaa^^ 7.9 .s77??/?77/ /?a7*/??^7; r?7/r7, 777/. .BaaMMga 7Aa ^ora^a 71rn^77^ ^ra 77/a 7?a^7 77?^7 a^w 7?a ao7T^.$77*?/a7a^; ^77 r7, ^77/. 7?aar/7/,<?a 77/a ao7*.s- 777. 77? 7/ 7a7/ 77/ ay r?7*a ao77,?^ayar7 7o 7 A a rv//7.s7?/7/a7- r7o 77,07 7/ o/^a 7o 77Y//^a7 7///7//...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 25 August 1894

I VOL. 1 THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1894. NO. 32. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. The trood are better made 1 y ill:— As odours crush'd are sweeter still! — [Rogers In To-day already walks To-morrow.—[Schiller. Wit is the God of moments, but Genius is the God of ages— [La Bruyere-. He is a Fool who cannot be angry; but he is a wise man who will not [English Proverb. The intellect of the wise is like glass: it admits the Light of Heaven, and reflects it.—[Hare. In this wild world the fondest and the best are the most tried, most troubled, and distress'd.—[Crabbe. Better to be despised for too anxious apprehensions, than ru- ined by too confident a security.—[Burke. The strongest symptom of Wisdom in man, is his being sensi- ble of his own follies—[From the French. If Men wish to be held in Esteem, they must associate with those only who are estimable.—[La Bruyere. Deliberate with Caution, but act with Decision; and yield with Graciousness, or oppose with Firmness.'— [Colton. Our Virtue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 25 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES. Fort Worth, August 25th, 1894. Editor of The Texas Miner : Samuel West, scale inspector of the Texas & Pacific, is in the city. It seems settled that there will be several large harvest excur- sions to this section soon. The Denver will have a good business in baled hay before the season is over. The Santa Fe is getting ready for a big cotton business along its line this season. The express companies have had a fair business in Texas through the dull season. J. A. Warner, traveling auditor of the Texas & Pacific, was in the city Wednesday. Good quantities of merchandise are beginning to come this way in carload lots. * The Democratic convention at Dallas has made big business for the Texas & Pacific. Prospecting tourists are now taking in Texas from the windows of every passenger train. The Santa Fe has made a rate to St. Louis and return for $15, good until September 15. The "plug" train on the Denver has had a good run of busi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 25 August 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. CRONACA ITALIANA. A. N. Ivancich, Redattore. 11 periodico '• Texas Miner" si pubblica ogni Sabato a Thur- ber, lexas, dove dimorano circa iooo italiani, tutti occupati nel- lo scavo di carbone. Questa cronaca e' l'unica pubblicazione in lingua italiana escente nello Stato di Texas, e viene letta dalla gran parte della rilevante colonia d'italiani nello Stato, Abbon- amento al periodico $i all'anno, franco posta per qualunque punto degli Stati Uniti, Messico o Canada'. Per annunci, si scriva al redattore. Minatori di <arbone desiderosi di trovar la- voro possono scrivere al redattore, il quale procurera' loro im- piego presso queste miniere senza alcun aggravio. Salarii che si effettuano qui sono $2 to $4.50 per giornata, secondo le capaci- ta' del minatore. Non v' esiste il sistema dei "Bosses." Richiamiamo Tattenzione dei nostri lettori agli annunci a pa- gina 9 del Signor F. Tocci, della Banca Tocci e della Librería Tocci di Nuova York. La Banca Tocci si occupa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 25 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 25, 1894. The Miner wants every one of its readers to express his or her opinion on the leading issues of the day, and to that end we print a coupon on this page of this issue, which we wish you would cut out and use to enlighten us on the question of how we all stand on the tariff and silver questions. Every one knows how The Miner stands on those questions. Now, The Miner wants to know how its patrons think. You may vote anony- mously if you wish, but we would like every voter's name sub- scribed to his vote. The result will be announced in due time. heelers can't impose on the people and win always. Hawley is an honorable, upright man, a sound Republican and one of the...

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