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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

PALO VOL. I. PALO PINTO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1895. NO. 11. FIELD TALKS PLAIN. he shows up the nefarious goldbuq scheme. They Want <1 old Declared the Universal Standard, and All Debts Payable In That Metal: to Retire All Greenbacks and Issue Gold ISonds for Them* The free coinage of silver at the ratio 16 to 1, with gold is not all of the money question. The name of the new party, the Silver party, is not broad enough to represent the posi- tion of the true patriot on this ques- tion, which is: (1) That all money shall be issued by the government and none by the banks. (2) That the volume of money shall bo increased until prices are restored to a fair basis, and (3) That thereafter, from time to time or continually, additions shall be made to the volume of currecy, suffi- cient to meet the increasing needs of increasing population, production and commerce. The free coinage of silver is a means to these ends. By it the amount of money in circulation would speedily be very large...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

THEEE FIENDS DEAD. KILLED FOR COMMITTING AN UNPARDONABLE CRIME. * ■'f I 5* f- u % 1 I I I la Florida Ne*roes Kapnltdlr Oatra«e, Murder and Mutilate the Body of a loan: J-adr of High Standing and Are tent to Their lie ward. St. Locis. Mo., May 20—A special from KUaville, Fla., says: Three negroes were lynched Saturday night in a dense swamp on, the Suwanee river by white men for assaulting a white girl. The crime for which t.he negroes were put to death was one of the most terrible in the history of this section of Florida. The scene of the crime of retribution was in Lafay- ette, the adjoining county to Madison on the south. Miss Mattie Arm- Strong, the beautiful daughter of a Lafayette county farmer, left her home live days ago to spend the night with a neighbor who lived two miles distant. The next day Miss Armstrong's father went to the bouse to bring her home, and was alarmed to hear that nothing had been heard of her. Mr. Armstrong alarmed the neighbors and a search was made. T...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

r~Y ^ /fii 'A ' A <C'V VS, A <> >M * /z L\ 7 ^he EART^' w I y • ifi' X P|/i/V\ THE GIFT OF G0D//*$e LJTO /V\AA/UAA«- A^FA/DER ^ AND AM AT His SERVICER H/iSITABLt |^simr "/- EAP.T' f* Jl! Mi, A* F£RT'Lj( FOR ^work 'with a grateful heart, Oa*. /3jt^Gr*TAP\Afi*^*) mgt SO /MANY FRIENDS, I WIlATO NUVt \ TO SUPPORT MY FAMILy) ppnApR^ PROCEEDS °F ALL What.God^fpeelyi* gives .to man, yv\onopoly_/Apppopi°ia^es. TO FACE IT OR DIE! m'clure diagnoses the dem- ocratic malady. It I* Chaos or Death?—Not a Single Hopeful State North, South, East or West for Democracy — Cleveland- lam. The Times, (Dem.,) edited by A. K. McClure, in a long editorial headed "Is It Chaos or Death?" says: "The atti- tude of the democratic organization before the country today is that of utter chaos, and the only problem for the leaders to solve is whether that ence great party can be restored to its respect and usefulness, or whether the sequel to its chaotic condition shall efface It from the history of Ame...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

■;V 5* Look Out For Squalls! and D. M. HOWARD'S Mammoth Stock of Sring and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Motions and Dress Goods. Everything Sold Cheaper than Ever. The Palo Pinto Tribune. PUBLISHED EVERY .FRIDAY W. M. WALLACE. Editor. Subscription Price, fl.OO a Tear in Advance PALO PINTO, TEX., MAY. 24, 1895. Are yon in favor of the gold stand- ard 1 If you are the Democratic party is your bomtf. The United States Supreme court last Monday decided the inoomo tax law passed by the last Congress was unconstitutional and v&id The time is not far distant when some of the men who have been so indoBterously circulating falsehoods about tho peoples party, and calling them mean names will want to get tato the peoples party and run for offite, K*op your eye on them. " 3 ). SI. Commissioners Court Proceed- ings. [May Term, 1895.] Ordered by the court that Willow Branch School District be established as follows . Beginning at S. W. corner of T E & L survey No. 2001, thenc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

urn ■ . . — PALO PINTO. TEX., MAY 24, 189e Entered at the postotnoe in Pulo Pinto Texas, as second cltiss mutter. Local Matters TRIBUNE CLUBBING RATES. The Tbijiune and the papers named bo- low, will be sent to aDd address in the U. S. for one^year'at the|following prices : Fort Worth Weekly Gazette, $1.75 The Southern Mercury, 1.75 * The Semi-Weekly Dallas or Galves- ton News 1.75 Semi-Weekly Houston Poet 1.75 Texas Harpoon 8.00 This is a good chance to get your home paper and a.good state paper cheap. —It still rains. — Lee Qlend of Santo, is attending the Normal. —Cogdell Bros for fresh Groceries. Mineral Wells. —Mr. I. S. Eades is erecting a residence on bis lot near the academy. O. L. York was doing business in Mineral Wells Tuesday. —The county jail now has six in- mates. —Plain Sifter Flour sold by Cogdell Btos at Mineral Wells. Givens full satisfaction —I. S, Eades is on the sick list, ibis week. —Robt. Massie was in town Tues- day, from Ioni. —Gonfectidnerios and toe eold d...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

FINANCIAL KEFORM. ■\ |H h \ f ! $ li 1 u f '■ \ 111 1 I * 11 ■ li # M IF n\ 11 r & i V: t' ARE ARTS OF PEACE LESS IM- PORTANT THAN WAR. AH Argument! Adfwwwl on Behalf of the Gold Standard Are Built On Prophecy — Senator Jones on the Stand. n Senator John P. Jones, In summing up bis grand plea for bimetallism at tbe Brussels conference, said: "All the arguments advanced on be- half of tbe gold standard are built on prophecy, those on behalf of tbe double itandard on achievement "The advocates of tbe gold standard rely on what they suppose may happen: "Those of the double standard rely on the facts of history." The facts and achievements he had amply elucidated in that great address which the Belgian delegate so praised by saying immediately after Its close: "Gentlemen, after the remarkable speech which you hare just heard lit- tle remains to be said. • • • It Is oot only a monetary treatise. It is a itudy of social economy." Senator Jones' words may well be heeded by many very ea...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

'■'m MM* Girl Swapped fur Pontea. A story comes from Wichita, Kan., to the effect that liosa Whitefaee. a pretty young girl pupil of the Caddo Indian school, has been sold by her lather to her sister's husband for fif- teen ponies. Her purchaser is 70 years old and has other wives. Kosa is only 17 and is horrified at her im- pending fate. Citizens of El Heno will send Kosa to Washington, where she will make a personal appeal to President Cleveland to 6ave her. The girl's father is inexorable, and her aged lover insists upon the con- tract being carried out. The idea of selling a young girl to an old man is something horrible, especially when the old man is not rich and gives society no swell wedding. About tli« Moon, Ono of the latest theories—which is said to bo receiving general accept- ance—concerning the moon's face assumes that the material constitut- ing that luminary once surrounded the earth in the front of a Saturnian ring, and that the small bodies of this ring coalesced, ...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 24 May 1895

SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS. SOME RECENT INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES. f i f ! t I | | 5 "" l I 'Jim of Nature'! Stereotype Flute*—A Chicken House Uwl< of Bod—Cut of thm Moving Tabernacle—Acids and Al- kallea—Note* of Industry. ONE of the great difficulties that sur- veyors encounter In attempting to fol- *T low the lines of old jf surveys Is the dis- luMMt appearance of old ww- landmarks. This may occur from heedlessness of man or the forces of na- ture. An example of the latter Is shown In the accompanying cut. It shows with jome degree of accuracy the perfect stereotyping that nature Is capable of 9zecutlng, though she takes years to accomplish the task. In 1834 the United States government lurveyor made surveys of certain lands in Florida, and, as Is the custom, noted jorners and angles by blazing the trees and marking on them with gauger's tools the range, township and section numbers, says the New York Sun. The lurveyor employed by the Florida Land and Lumber company of Volusia coun- t...

Publication Title: Palo Pinto Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

PALO VOL. I. PALO PINTO, TEXAS, JTJ$DAY, 3IAY 31, 1895, NO. 12. STAND TO YOUR GUNS. THE PRICE OF LIBERTY IS ETER- NAL VIGILANCE. Satyr, Modern Democracy, lias Changed His Composition, Being Formerly Half Man Half Heast, In Now Conglomerate, Half Gold and Half Silver. Hon. William M. Walton of Austin, familiarly known aa "Buck," writes the Southern Mercury the following timely article: The price of liberty is eternal vigi- lance, but even that will not guard its life safely unless vigilance is com- bined with intelligent organization and fidelity of action. Vigilance may bo argus-eyed and sleepless, but if the alarm be not given when dangers approach, or if the dangers be not met and hurled back by those to whom the alarm is given, the senti- nels on the watch-tower had as well be wrapped in the death-like folds of drunken slumber. The alarm has beon given. Dan- gers have not only approached, but are in u deathly hand-to-hand con- flict with the friends, the defenders of liberty, pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

TWO LIVES WENT OUT. Tather accidentally kills his two daughters. ^ Fatal Shooting at a Cliuroh Nenr Kichulaarilla, Kir.—O*oar Wilde and Allred Taylor Taken to I'rUon to Serve Two Year* Each. I i NAsnviLLE, Tenn., May 27. —News lias reached this city of a frightful tragedy near Chestnut Mound, Smith county, on Friday last, as a result of which two young daughters of Sam McKinney are dead, while his baby is slightly wounded. Mr. McKinney had been out on his farm with a Winches- |ter rifle, and approaching the house handed the gun to his 13-year-old son, Henry, requesting liim to take it in the house. Approaching the front room he decided to unload the gun, and thinking he had drawn all the (loads he let the hammer fall, only to ihear a report and felt the gun recoil (in his hands. Through the door the [bullet sped and through the bodies of (the .two sisters who were close to- gether just inside the door. The plder was 8 years, the other 2 years jyounger, an'd both were instantly jkill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

(TI? KENT OPINIONS. "THOUGHTS THAT BREATHE AND WORDS THAT BURN." Cllppingit, Culling* ami Comments from the Nowaimprn livery where — The People Are lt<*KliininK to See that the Government Mult Own Itailroads. It is wonderful how rapidly the peo- ple are being educated along the lines of railroad ownership. Mr. Cable, ex- congressman and member of the demo- cratic committee from Illinois, recently came out and declared that it wa3 the proper thing. The Times-Herald, the leading demo- cratic paper in the west, commenting on this thought that ho was "many years ahead of his party," and adds "In time government ownership of these and other natural monopolies will doubtless come. The whole trend of modern social progress is in that direction." * • One of the principal features of the currency question which the new silver proposes to leave out, and an important one, is how the increase of currency which they propose, is to get into the hands of the people. The Omaha plat- form provide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

Look Out For Squalls! and D. M. HOWARD'S Mammoth Stock of Sring: and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing1. Boots, Shoes, Notions and Dress Goods. Everything Sold Cheaper than Ever. Mineral Tho Palo Pinto Tribune. T- PUHL1S1IED EVERY FRIDAY W. M. wallace, Editor. Subscription Trice, $1.00 a Year in Advance PALO PINTO, TEX , MAY. 81, 1895. Just us the populist party have gained sufficont strength to control tbe affairs of tbe country, the demo- cratic bosses split in two on tbo money question. One wing advo- cates the free coinage of silver at the rutio of 16 to 1, and tbo other side espouses tlio cause of gold. But tbe split is on tbe financial question, and not on tbe question of office. Ob, no. The democrats will nil come togeth- er and harmonizo on the question. To the Populiat or Palo Pinto | Iq tlllH county lhere are a grtal many democrats in lavor of the free NOTICE. County A mass meeting of the members of the People's Party is hereby called 10 meet at the court bou-e in Palo Pinto at o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

liifx -ir-2—. vrr-.iTTrrzrw: «.• ^ .'k-'-V «...." . PALO PINTO. TEX., MAY 31. 1896 Entered at the postolncfl in Palo Pinto Texas, as second class mutter. Local Matters TRIBUNE! CLUBBING RATES. The Tribune and the papers named be- low, will be sent to and address in the U. S. for ono^year^at the following prices : Fort Worth Weekly Gazette $1.75 The Southern Mercury 1.75 The Semi-Weekly Dallas or Galves- ton News, ij5 Semi-Weekly Houston Post, 1.75 Texas Harpoon This is a good chance to get your home paper and a.good state paper cheap. —Some pretty weather this week —The Star will twinkle next week. —J. T. Harris of Mineral Wells, was in Palo Pinto, Tuesday. —Cogdell Bros for fresh Groceries. Mineral Wells. Several drummers havo been do- ing the town during the past woek —Mart McCracken of Mineral Wells, was in the city Tuesday, —J. A. Stephens and W. H. White of 8anto, were up Monday. —Plain Sifter Flour sold by Cogdell Btos at Mineral Wells. Givens full satisfaction —Attend the mas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

Hit. CLAYTON'S WILL ,f fa ■ f{K C I- AYTON3 Jiad lHsueil Invita- tions to a party at their country house in Massachusetts. The guests, thirty Jn number, were to remain a week. My H-lfe and I looked forward to a grand lime. Wo had been there before and knew what a visit /to "Green Harbour" meant. It was a ■uperb old place on the southeastern coast, Just far enough from the beach to lend that soothing sound to the breakers which 1b so pleasant to hear at night after retiring. The house was of no special style of architecture. Originally It was a spacious farm house made many alterations and annexa- of the old New England pattern. Ancestors of the present owner had tlons, and the present master had com- pletely renovated and, in a way, mod- ernised it. The old elms and oaks were still vigorous and luxuriant, and they boasted of a lineage that might turn a Colonial dame green with envy. They added also not a little to the beauty of the scenery. Giving a party of this kind and size Is no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

ItomHii I.uiupn. Roman lumps were of many sizes, ^but many of them very closely re- sembled what is at present denomi- nftted a sauce or gravy boat. At one end there was a ring, through which the finger was passed when the light was carried. The body of tho vessel was filled with oil, and at the other end there was a small tube through which a rag wick was passed. The ''Honeymoon." The word "honeymoon" is derived from the German, and has its signifi- cance from the fact that the Germans formerly drank mead, a sweet liquid made of honey, for thirty days after the wedding. Why She Smiles Sweetly. Sparkling eyes, quick healing heart, and the foay blush of pleasure on the cheeks makes the fttrong man happy wheu he mcclx his lady love. ^Tkat's tho kind of a man whose very touch thrills because it Is full of cuergy, vigorous lierve power and vitality. Tobacco mukes strong tnen impotent, weak, and skiunv. No To-Hac sold by Druggists everywhere. 'Guaranteed to cure Book, titlod "Don't Tobac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Palo Pinto Tribune — 31 May 1895

ROSE OUT Of PACIFIC. NEW TERRITORY ADDED TO OUR DOMAIN. M h ' f ' s / it W i • y $- i ; fj i i! iff \h r> i I; I i! i Cliffs Pushed Up Oat of the Sea In a Night at One of the Santa Iiarbara Island*—Uulldlng Twisted About In Odd Fashion. Pi l i NCLE SAM AC- •.qulred some new /territory in tho Pa- cific a few weeks ago in a novel man- ner. It was not ac- quired by con- , quest', annexation ; or purchase, but was a gift from na- ture herself, who __ pushed it up from the depths of the Pacific ocean and gav* it unasked. Geologists say that nature is constantly giving and taking land after this fashion; that some por- tions of the earth are steadily subsid- ing and others rising; some coast lines are advancing and others receding. NeW Jersey it gradually losing terri- tory along the coast, while in other regions new land is being added to the area of the United States. But the usual progress is slow. Once In a while a new island is lifted suddenly out of the sea by volcanic action, an...

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