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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 13 men with staring, vacant look, which are portrayed as inevitable ad- juncts of a mining camp, are absent. The town and the people are well kept. Evidences oi thrift and comfort abound everywhere. Want and distress are unknown. In these days of general stagnation in business and of enforced idleness for laborers, it is a relief to find one town which, though assuredly affected by these general conditions, furnishes employment and wages sufficient to maintain all of its toilers in sub- stantial comfort. It is not the policy of the Texas & Pacific Coal Com- pany, however, to stop with the provision of a maintenance for its employes. Cognizance is taken of their social needs, and the ministra- tion to these is on a scale much more liberal than usual in a town of this size. Churches, schools and varid amusements are provided at its own expense. A coal operator who should endeavor to coax the em- ployes to take employment at another mine would find h...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

14 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL W. T. WAY, San Antonio. LEE WOODS, Sherman. L3 M I^A J M ^N. WM. HUNTER, Manager, HOTEL WORTH BLDG., FORT WORTH. W. B. HOUSTON, Gonzates. GEO. P. PERRY, QainesviUe. WtLEY SAULSBERY, Temp<e. J. P. JACOBS, Fort Worth. C A AL- ANED 5LJFRF^L-LJS ^^^0,000.00. Strahorn=Hutton=Evans Commission Co HVE STOCK AGENTS. Ltbera) Loans made on Cattte in Feed Lots and Pastures. Market Reports Furnished Free on Appiication. Write us for any and at! information Pertain- ing to the Cattie Business. OF*r KDES: UNtON STOCK YARDS. Chicago. tHinois. NATtONAL STOCK YARDS. St. Ctair County, Htinois. KANSAS C!TY STOCK YARDS, Kansas City, Missouri. i 4 0 OEEKDERS; R. STRAHORN. President, Union Stock Yards. Chicago. T. S. HUTTON. Vice-President, Kansas City Stock Yards. A. D. EVANS. Secretary, Nationa! Stock Yards. Hiinois. WM. HUNTER. Treasurer. Fort Worth, Texas. D MANUFACTURERS OF [UJADE ON THE CELE- BRATEDROSS-KEL- LER PRESSED BRtCK MACHiNE (OF TR!PLE PRESSURE), WHtCH !...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 15 EUREKK LHUNDRY, -3 DKLLKS. TEXHS. -)^ W. L LOGAN. Proprietor. - MRS. A. C. T. STEPHENS. Agent. THURBER. ^<^F)rst=C)ass Work at Reasonable Rates. F. C. BOERNER Whotesate and Retai! JEWELER Fort Worth, Texag. ! ; ! ). WHOLESALE Prntitice, Ve^tahles, Fruits, BtHter, Ens, Cttic^ns, Etc. BiLLS PAYABLE EVERY MONDAY. Telephone 859. 500 Houston St., FORT WORTH. Partington & flontgomery WHOLESALE 1621 AND 1623 MA!N ST. 1620 AND 1622 RUSK ST. fruits anb * Probuce 4 Commission FORT WORTH, TEXAS. 2TItH(tr5 Penang Apices. A TRADE MARK A BADGE OF HONOR. Awarded Penang Spice Exhibit at the Worid's Columbian Exposition, Chicago. Try our Sifting-Top Preservative Pack- ages of Pepper, Cinnamon, Cioves, All- spice, Etc., and you will understand the reason why. E. B. MtLLAR & CO., IMPORTERS AND GRtMERS, CHiCACO. For Sate by T. P. M. & M. Co., Thurber, Texas. HOTEL. KNOX, J HEADACHE, j^jFOUL BREATH, ^ NO ENERGY, N CONST! PATION. These symptoms mean torpi...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

16 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL STEPHENYILLE DIRECTORY. OTHO. S. HOUSTON, Pres. - J. H. CAGE, V.-Pres. W.A. HYATT, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of StephenviHe, Texas. MARCH-8.-898: $132,656.70. j Cash on Hand $101,679.49. Large Reserve Constancy on Hand to be Prepared for Wars or Panics. W. J. AND ELI OXFORD FARMER FRE!L, THE MAN. HAY, The Onty Specia! *K'K7*no'Tri Dealer in W iitiL, GRAIN. Buys and selis Wheat, Barley, Rye, Oats, Corn, Hides and Pecans. A]! kinds of Farm Seed, Garden Seed. Can fur- nish you On short notice anything that Farmers or Gardners plant, or anything that either man or beast can eat; aU at the smatlest proHt. When in town patronize me, and I'll make it pay you. Ca!l or write <^"*^McD. RE!L, STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS. ATTORNEYS I STEPHE)SV)LLE AND THURBER StephenviHe, Texas. Utlt S 'L&i BS M&! I H&Ck L]D6. KiNG & VtNCENT. Lawyers and Rea) Estate Agents, STEPHENMILLE, TEXKS. Have some C:hoice Farms at bargans. We make abstracts of land titles, ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 17 These birds must be well known to be appreciated. From childhood we have had them on the farm, from 5 to 250 in a dock. They are no trouble whatever, lay their eggs in nests which they make in the grass and wheatfields, we often finding nests with from 3 to 75 eggs piled on top of each other. From some of the nests we take part of the eggs, and leave some for them to raise their young. They sit, hatch and raise their broods, and we often do not see them until late in the fall, when they bring their chicks home, sometimes as many as 20 in a Hock. Such chirping, such dying up trees! The little keets look much like partridges when about that size. They are splendid meat to fry or roast or for potpie, and to enjoy a breast of fowl one should eat a guinea fowl. The eggs are consid- ered the ricnest of all eggs and keep well. We puc them up to use in winter, and two years ago, when illness and death in the family made me forget the eggs until June, we fo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

The Second and Later AVorkings of Com Removing Suckers. While a deep working of corn in its earliest stage is advisable to encourage deep rooting, The Southern Cultivator thinks it is not so for the second and later workings, about which it expresses the following opinions: By this time the root development has been verv great. The roots have taken possessioti of all the soil within reach and should not be broken or disturbed. We have often seen plows when taken out of the ground at ends of rows with wads r" corn roots hung on them. Surely chr roots served some good purpose in th economy of the plant and should not have been destroyed. For the second and later workings the heel scrape answers admirably, es- pecially for upland corn. Itwi!l effec- tually kill grass and weeds if these have not been allowed to make too much headway and will leave the surface comparatively level, a very important matter if dry weather supervenes. The plowing of corn, if well done, should leave little or...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 19 Has been subject for debate be- tween artists and men of science for many years, but there can be no debate concerning Our Beautifu! Line Of new goods, just received. !t contains everything a HARDWARE STORE is supposed to carry. Just to give an idea of the Seasonabte and Soon-to-be-seasonab!e Goods just in, we quote you a few items: sli K TtNWARE, $ CROCKERY, X HARDWARE, X QUEENSWARE, ^ CROQUET SETS, g F!SH)NG TACKLE, ^ REFRtGERATORS, $ WATERICOOLERS. Uif .<4 new anc/ eompVete /me of Afmers^ Too7s at prices to smt tAe consHmer. We Aave t^em a/7, anc7 prices are r/g^it. Come m anc/ /et us sAow you tArou^A. TAe atten- tion ot country mer- chants a7so mvite(/. Wei! Save You Money J. J. FOSTER, HAROWARE OEP'T, r^^T.F.M.&M.GO. THURBER, $ TEXAS. There is 110 excuse to fall back on when a poultryman sells stale eggs or rotten eggs for fresh ones. Eggs from "new nests" should be tested before selling—if sold at all. Nest eggs cannot get mixed up wit...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

20 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. FOR SALE BY T. p. n. & n. Co., ...Thurber, Texas. P. O. Box 261. WACO, TEXAS. W. O. ELY & WAHER DR! GOODS CO., AGENT S FOR Nationa! Canton {J Flannets ! jand Topsy ij Hosiery. LARGEST ANO BEST ASSORTED STOCK, AND GUARANTEE THE LOWEST PRICES. H2), !t23,H25,!t27, H29, WASHiNGTON AVENUE, ST. LOU!S MO. +-h Missouri Glass Co., ST. LOU!S, MO. —^CHiNAWARE, GLASSWARE, QUEENSWARE AND LAMPS Soid by Hardware Dep't, T. P. M. & M. Co. . HEADQUARTERS FOR... Telephones, Dynamos, Fan Motors, Etectric Be!!s, Genera) Electrical Suppties, Teiegraph instruments, Motors. Send For Catatogue. WESTERN ELECTRtCAL SUPPL! CO., to and <2 West Ninth St., ST. 3LiCC7*IS, New Etectric Lights ^art/es f/esir/no* t/?e/r res/c/ences egtnpper/ w/tA L/ectrvc Li^ts can Aave tAem put /n at once not/Yv/ng* Mr. at tAe L/g-M F7ant. TAe Linemen are notv^Hsy puttn^/n t/?e wires, an J t/?e b;]g^iynan30wi7/&e started* ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1st. CAarg*es /or 7jg*/!ts 5e as /b...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 21 PABST JVHLWAUKEE BEER. 'fMfMfW'fMfW Drink Pabst anb tt?e IDortb Drinks n)itt? l^ou. 3*s Purity ^)as IHabe 3is ^ame WORLD-WIDE T. P. M. & M. COMPANY, WHOLESALE DEALERS, THURBER. TEXAS A Poor Worker. R ! O man or woman can work well, mentally or physically, nor 1 \ perform effective service of any kind, who is burdened with a torpid liver. Constipation and deficient secretion of the bile have clogged up the organs of the body so that they cannot keep up the energy to the proper standard, hence weariness, head- aches, depression, fickle appetite result. All this can be changed with a few doses of PRICKLY ASH BiTTERS. It cleanses the system thoroughly, flushes the excretory canals, drives out im- purities, imparts new life to the vital organs and re-establishes healty functional activity, which brings with it energy, strength, vigor of body and brain and cheerful spirits. Sold by T. P. M. & M. Co.'s Pharmacy. CAPERA MFG. CO. &RAPE ClDER, CR...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

22 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL ^[jc Skias Blhung anb <^mbc journal. Owned and Pubtished by T. P. M. & M. Co. JOHN R. ROSE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. SUBSCRtPTtON RATES: One Year $!.oo Sing!e Copies 5Cts ADVERT!S!NQ RATES MADE KNOWN ON APPHCATtON TO THE OFFICE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. Entered at the Post Office at Thurber. Texas, as Second-Ctass Mai) Matter. THURBER, TEXAS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1898. ANNOUNCEMENTS. DEMOCRATtC NOJVHNEES. For County Judge L. N. FRANK. For County Treasurer G. E. ToLiVER. For County Attorney B. H. OXFORD. For County Clerk TOM G. GEREN. Justice Peace and County Com., Precs. 7 and 4.... A. H. MiLLER. For Sheriff R. T. HUME. For Tax Collector N.N. JOHNSON. For Tax Assessor JOHN A. ROBERTSON. P0PUH5T N0iHNEE5. For County Judge . J. W. JARROTT. For District Clerk J. 8. WATSON. For County Attorney J. M. CARTER. For County Treasurer G. C. HAMILTON. For Sheriff FRANK W. FREEMAN. For Tax Collector WiLLARD CHAMBERMN For Tax Assessor R. M. YARBOROU&am...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 23 FROM THE COUNTY SEAT. Gins are running day and night. Carpenters all busy building residences. Jake Wilson was a recent visitor at Dublin. J. J. Bennett is up from a spell of sickness. Bingham King visited Morgan Mill this week. W. H. Luckett of Selden was in town Tuesday. Miss Annie Mcllhany left Sunday for Goodnight. E. C. Jones returned from Fort Worth last week. J. B. Keller was up from Selden one day last week. s Dick Oxford was over from Dublin one day last week. J. H. Cage is back from Hot Springs, much improved. W. M. Leonard and family have returned from Kansas. Mrs. F. N. Murdock is able to be up from a spell of fever. Alex Maloney was up from Alexander one day last week. Miss A. J. Bradley, who has been quite ill, is convalescent. Mayor R. H. McCain of Dublin was over last week on business. A large crowd was in town Saturday to hear Governor Sayers speak. Farmer Fooshee of the Harbin neighborhood, was in this city Saturday last. Jeif Bel...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 1 October 1898

24 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL THE BAbbAS BREWERY. ^ BE SURE AND SEE OUR EXTENSIVE EXHIBIT Brewers and Bottiers of a Strictty High Grade LAGER BEER .** DALLAS, THE MAIN HALL AT THE FAIR, Accounts of Agents, <Sa!oon flen and Druggists 5oticited. WRiTE for PRiCES *!* TEXAS. ....SHORT UNE.... FIOM TEXAS ST. Louts, MEMPH!S AND ALL^ POtNTS EAST AND SOUTHEAST New[Steepers and Chair Cars (seatsfree) THROUGH STEAMSHiP TICKETS TO ALL^POiNTS !N EUROPE. Write for Further information t^ H. P. HUGHES, Traveting Passenger Agt., Sixth & Main Sts. FORT WORTH TEXAS. E. P. TURNER, Gen ) Passenger & Tkt. Agent. DALLAS. TEXAS. s s'rgagg 21 Qf) B ^ ^ K.M & g ^ M O g 3 ^ 3 m g! § rs O 0"S cf H ^ o ^ K3 3 3 g " K g a o o <ig s O O ^ n O* <T. g g.g ^ 4 GALL FOR i r SfANBARB WHtfE MINERS' OtL, MANUFACTUHEO BY WATERS-PIERCE OIL GO. Smokes Less and Burns Longer than any Other Miners' Oi! on the Market.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

tt p° «•a ni€ POPULATION 4,500. Vol. IV.—No. 8. Thurhkr, Texas: Saturday, Skit em her 9. 1899. 1 Whole No. 164. GENERAL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS NOTES An Illinois tomato factory operated on Sunday, Labor Day at Dallas, Texas, observed as a holiday. Peculiar are the effects of aphasia that afflicted to Czar. Friends of David B. Hill say that he will re-enter politics. The severe drouth which efflicted Eng- land has been broken. Timothy Hogan, the great steamboat man, died at New York. T wo Mexicans were killed by a Missouri, Kansas and Texas train Saturday. The next meeting of the Foresters of America, will be held at Baltimore. At Frankeysburg, Ohio, Mrs Garrett was struck and killed by lightning. A National Guard picket at Carters - ville, Illinois, was fired on from ambush. The keeper of the Philadelphia Zoo sep- arated fighting snakes, but he will not do it again. The United States cruiser "Boston" ar- rived at San Francisco from Manila, Saturday. Edward Morris was shot and prob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, September 4, 1899. Special Correspondence to Journal. r pHE Treasury has received *3,210,000 from the I sale °f the New York Custom House prop- erty, which reduced the deficiency for the two months of the present fiscal year to #5,593,000. Now if we should sell the Philippines, we would be able to quit taxing the people and declare a dividend. + IN a county republican convention in Maryland to which United States Senator McComas was a delegate, the resolutions denounce the system of civil service as "un-American and un-Re- publican," and call for its speedy repeal. President McKinley's "backward step" appears to be quickly bearing fruit. f 4- r I TREASURER ROBERTS announces that the fund for a Washington home for Admiral Dewey has now reached #35,000, of which $20,000 has been paid in cash. Considering the fact that the Government has practically assisted the col- lection of the fund, its size is a disappointment to ever...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. 3 ducts as it was before the island became our property. Unable to sell their products, the people of course cannot buy. Trade is at a standstill and the resulting poverty naturally creates discontent with American government. Charity for sufferers by the storm is a good thing, but it might be as well to allow them the opportunities for helping themselves that they enjoyed under Spanish rule. + - 4- ONE of the reminders of the "La Bourgogne" disaster of a year ago is revealed by a circu- lar recently prepared and sent out by the State Department containing the conditions of a prize for the best device for saving life at sea. An- thony Pollok of Washington, D. C., and his wife were lost when the ship went down. Mr. Pollok was a man of great wealth, and his heirs, to perpetuate his memory, have decided to found a prize to be known as the "Anthony Pollok Memorial Prize." It is a donation of 100,000 francs to be awarded to the best apparatus for the savin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. Cbc Cetas Btining anir Crabc |ournal Owned and Published by T. P. M. & M. Cu. JOHN R. ROSE, EDITOR AND MANAGER. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1.00 Single Copies 5 Cts ADVERTISING RATES MADE KNOWN ON APPLICATION TO THE OFFICE. President McKinley's late order letting down the civil ser- vice bars should prove useful by providing a large number of posts that can be used in repairing political fences. A sanguine disposition is one that can continue to hope for something that it knows wont happen. In continuously expect- ing the Filipinos to submit "next week" President McKinley showed himself entitled to a very high percentage. EDITION. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. Entered at the Post Office at Thurber, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. Thurber, Texas: Saturday, September 9, 18(,)9. The scheme of deporting the negroes is again brought to the front owing to the recent support given to it by Gen. M. C. But- ler of South Corolina, but no one has y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. A BRILLIANT "FAREWELL." Mr. John R. Rose is Remembered by the Hunter Fishing and Boating Club. IT having become generally known that Mr. John R. Rose, for more than two years the editor of the Journal and manager of the Texas Pacific Mercantile & Manufactur- ing ( ompany's Printing department, had severed his connection with that department and would, about September 16, leave for his former home at Fort Worth, the members of the Hunter Fishing and Boating Club set about to give him a rousing farewell supper and genuine "stag" jolly feast—an event that would be remembered with pleasure as a credit to. the Club and a just tes- timonial to a deserving member. Those who have attended like receptions given by this popular gentlemen's club will at once recall what these gatherings really are, and the uninitiated may get the idea when it is said that here is where all cares and bus- iness responsibilities are laid aside; each one forgets the past, wots ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

6 TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. fuLLVv^lCHT füLL 5TREN€ Quality^ Lindsay House, D. McGraw, Proprietor Gainesville, Texas, March 80, 1897. Gentlemen 1 have been using Kitchen Queen Baking Powder for the past six months with per- fect satisfaction. Our biscuits, cakes and fancy pastry have been so exceptionally flue that our pastrycook offered to personally stand the bill for Kitchen Queen rather than to use another brand. I lake pleasure iu recommending it to the hotels of Texas. (Signed) D. McGraw. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES. "Goin' to Stephenville?" Mr. N. D. Barry of Dallas was here on Sunday. Our Stephenville letter came in too late for this week's issue. Mr. Gus Mansell of the Strawn Enterprise was in Thurber last Sunday. Mr. Frank Wilson has taken a position in the Hardware De- partment. Last Monday was Labor Day, and was generally observed all over the State. You will And in the Grocery Department mercantile blossoms gathered for YOU. Andy Ramage says: "I have a home-like plac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. You may bridle the appetite, but you can not bribe the liver to do its work well. You must be honest with it, help it alon°- a little now and then with a dose of HERBINE, the best liver regulator. Price 50 cts. Sold by T. P. M. & M. Co.'s Pharmacy. Messrs. W. A. Dawson, T. G. Geren, W. A. Hyatt, Joe K Terrett, R. T. Hume and Master C. C. Dawson came over from Stephenville on Saturday to be present at the farewell supper given by the Hunter Fishing and Boating Club in honor of Mr John R. Rose. As an external liniment of most wonderful penetrative and curative power, BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is not equaled by any other in the world. Price 25 and 50 cents at T. P. M. & M. Co.'s Pharmacj'. Tommie Downs has so far recovered from his recent severe sickness as to be able to be moved to his brother's ranch in Stephens County, but the doctors say it will be several weeks before he will be able to take his place again in the Hardware Department. TABLER'S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Mining and Trade Journal — 9 September 1899

TEXAS MINING AND TRADE JOURNAL. TWENTY YEARS AGO. THURBER GENERAL DIRECTORY. "Pinafore" was raging. Telephones were a novelty. "Baby Mine" was prevalent. Denis Kearney was rampart. Sitting Bull was a "big Injun." Campanini was the great tenor. Adelaide Neilson was playing Juliet. Six-day walking matches were a craze. England was fighting Afghans and Zulus. Prince Louis Napoleon was slain by Zulus. Kaiser Wilhelm celebrated his golden wedding. General Grant was finishing a tour of the world. "Wot d'yer say?" was the slang phrase of the day. The great Brooklyn Bridge was nearing com- pletion. The United States army was fighting with Ute Indians. Leadville was two years old and had 20,000 in- habitants. Zola's "L'Assommoir" had just shocked the reading world. Milllionair A. T. Stewart's body was stolen for ransom. Grevy succeeded Marshal McMahon as Presi- dent of France. Pierre Lorillard's Parole won the Newmarket Handicap in England. Sol Eytinge, Jr., Frank Bellew and Thomas Worth wer...

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