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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

VOL. 1. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1894. NO. 45. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. O, rank is good, and gold is fair, And high and low mate ill; But love has never known a law Beyond its own sweet will. —[Whittier. -[Whittier. Once in each man's life at least, Good luck knocks at his door; And wit to seize the Hitting guest Need never hunger more. —fl,ewis Bates, He comes, he comes, the frost spirit comes— Let us meet him as we may, And turn with the light of the parlor fire His evil power away. If men instead of nursing pride Would learn to hate it and abhor it. If more relied On love to guide. The world would be the better for it. If "yours" and "mine" Would once combine The world would be the better for it. If right made might In every Hght, The world would be the better for it. —[M. H. Cobb. Patience is power in a man, Passion is as palsy to his arm.— [Tupper. A mean spirit boweth down the back, and the bowing foster- eth meanness [Tupper. A resolute purpese knitteth the knees, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES. ^ FORT WORTH, November 20, 1894. Editor of THE TEXAS MlNER : THE MiNER of !ast week was simply a little 24-page daisy. When you get to 32 pages I suppose you'll have a colored cover —then it will be a sure enough great big daisv. Well, I predict it. A. A. Judges, superintendent of the Pullman Palace Car com- pany, was in Dallas Wednesday. A. A. Ghsson, traveling passenger agent of the Cotton Belt, departed for a business trip Wednesday. B. B. Paddock, mayor, has been in St. Louis the past week attending the Texas immigrant meeting. B. S. Wathen, chief engineer of the T. & P., headquarters at Dallas, was in the city Monday a few hours. W. T. Cannon, southwestern passenger agent of the Wabash, headquarters Dallas, was here Thursday afternoon. J* Larimer, chief dispatcher of the Rio Grande division of the T. & P., made a trip over the division Tuesday. L. W. Ewing, paymaster of the T. & P., headquarters Dallas, was in the city with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER. THE HOME AND THE FLAG. STUDIES IN SOCIAL ECONOMICS—BY J. ELLEN FOSTER. XVIII. *"T*HE Fourth of July orator who leaps with one bound from i the Mayflower to the Declaration of Independence, and rest- ing there a moment, spans with equal ease the years from 1776 to 1788, should remember that these last two epochs in Western civilization were each preceded by an era of industrial prepara- tion. The spirit of liberty which animated the Pilgrims of the May- flower and the Puritans of Boston was a spirit only; it did not take on a form—it was not housed in an independent body until 1776, when the representatives of the colonies together declared: ''These colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and inde- pendent states." Then they assumed the powers of sovereignty and exercised its supremest function—that of war on its ene- mies. When the tie between the colonies and Great Britain was sev- ered by armed hostilities, at that moment the Union was estab- lished and the A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McADAMS, EDtTOR. SUBSCR!PT)ON RATES: One Year %,.oo. Single Copies Advertising Rates made known on appiication to the Business Office. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Entered at the Post-Office in Thurber. Texas, as Second-Ctass Mait Matter. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1894. CONQUERING THE MARKETS OF THE WORLD. CREE trade on wool does not make free land in the sheep i running districts, but it helps in that direction. Rail- road lands that heretofore rented at 10 cents per acre now go begging for renters at half that sum. If free wool is maintained large bodies of these lands will become worthless, as the sheep will all have departed—gone out to "conquer the markets of the world."—[San Antonio Express. The cry of the free trader is that with free raw materials we can conquer the markets of the world, and they blandly state that if our people will vote for free trade our manufacturers will be kept busy and our wage earners employed manu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER. D!FFERENCE OF OP!N!ON. A A R. E. O. LEECH, late director of the mint, now a banker i V 1 in New York, and a goldbug of the most extreme type, says: After an experience of twenty-five years in the public service at Washington, during which my acquaintance with public men and their views on money subjects was very extensive, I have no hesi- tation in saying that representative Republican men, as a rule, are sound on money subjects, while the large majority of Demo- cratic representatives are thoroughly unsound. I say this with- out any partisanship. It arises largely from the tact that the bulk of the representative Republicans are from Northern and West- ern states, while the large preponderance of representative Dem- ocrats are from the South and Southwest, where all sorts of wild currency theories prevail to such an extent that the minds of even the brightest representatives from those sections have become tangled and uncertain on money subjects. Leaving out the re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

6 THE TEXAS MtNER. owest price possible. Everything that brains and money can do is done for the convenience, as well as the pleasure, of the em- ployes. Our town has less disturbance and trouble than any town we have ever known of—simply because bad men and women cannot live here. If any of that class get in they have to "git up and git"—out—mighty quick. There is a chance in this coal camp for any good miner to get steadier work and better pay than in any coal town in the United States. We say to our people, write to any of your friends who want work to come to the model coal camp. A PR!NC!PLE !LLUSTRATED. 1\T O people ever reach a high degree of prosperity or devel- 1 i opment who are satisfied to be and to remain simply pro- ducers of raw material. The state or nation which confines itself to the production of raw materials for others to transform into finished products will always be the subordinate state or na- tion. The United States should be dependent upon no other nation f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER. OUR NEW YORK LETTER. NEW YORK, November 17, 1894. Editor TEXAS MINER: A JEWEL OF INCONSISTENCY. HE past week has been one which would generally be pro- i nounced uneventful. Yet several things worth more than passing thought have happened, among them the launching at Philadelphia of the first of the great io,ooo-ton fast merchant steamers building by the Cramps for the American line between New York and Liverpool—the - St. Louis." Mrs. President Cleveland christened her with a bottle of American champagne, and President Cleveland made a speech, in which he advocated the extension of American ocean commerce. If this is not an illustration that "time brings its revenges." what is? Heretofore Grover Cleveland has been a chief stumbling block to the estab- lishment of an American commercial marine, he and his post- master-general, Don M. Dickinson, having killed the American line of steamers to Brazil by opposing adequate mail pay; and he and his secretary of the navy, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

8 THE TEXAS MtNER. room enough and cause enough for revision, but the trouble is that unless Mr. Cleveland has greatly changed his opinions his recommendations are not likely to meet the approval of a major- ity of his own party. In fact, without knowing the nature of those recommendations, it is already being freely predicted that party lines are likely to be wiped out in the discussion which will follow, and the Republicans, with the exception of a few from the West, will be found supporting Mr. Cleveland's rec- omendatians, while the Populists and the bulk of his own party will oppose them. These opinions are based upon Mr. Cleve- land's financial record, and may, of course, be all wrong, as he may have changed his mind, as other men may have often done. DID HE OVERSTEP HIS AUTHORITY' ? There is likely to be a very interesting debate between the constitutional lawyers in Congress as to whether the President exceeded his authority in offering to mediate between China and Japan wit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MiNER. 9 "Thanksgivin' was brought over from England by the Puritan fathers in the year 1620. It has staid here ever since. On Thanksgivin' everybody goes to church in the mornin' so's to have everything outen the way 'fore dinner. Then you can come home and hang 'round a little white and get awfulty hungry smelling the I urky. After dinner Thanksgivin is over.'^ What's the matter with the Ore company? The "jedge" has his weather eye on you, boys. Mr. Allen has his dry goods department in good shape. Taylor will see to it that strangers "get through" all right. Charley Wilson has a car load of earthenware coming in. The eating house at the Junction is about ready for business The german executed the night of the ball was as pretty as a picture. Mrs. Davenport is getting in good work in the millinery de- partment. To —! ! with such time! I won't schottische a lick, that's all ! —[Miller. Coal business is good. Every miner that wants work can put in full time now. The Waters...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

10 THE TEXAS MINER. /fere's f Z?eof?on?yJ Owing to the concentration of its nutritive properties two ounces of Silver Churn But- terine will perform the work of three ounces of Creamery But- ter. Our Cook Book, free on application, explains fully. S//ver C/n/rn is lower in first cost than Creamery Butter. Here is a double saving—in price and in quantity. For sale by first class grocers. zrz7/ ARMOUR PACKtNG Co. KANSAS C!TY. U. S. A. Notice to Cotton Raisers. Our Cotton Gin is now running day and night, and is the most complete system of gin machinery in this country. We are sure you will get better ginning at our gin than anywhere. We have a complete Munger gin, which has gained a world renowned reputation for making the best sample and cleaning the seed better than any other system made. We are ginning your cotton as cheap as any one, one-twentieth, and will put your bagging and ties in at first cost. Remember this. We respect- fully solicit your patronage. TEXAS & PACIFIC MERC...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS M!NER. 1! SPENCER'S CHLOMMME PASTllHS. Hoarsness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Cough, and Other Derangements of the Breathing Tubes and Lungs. These arc absolutely the most pleasant and eflicacious Pastilles yet introduced tor the relief of the various disorders of the respiratory organs, induced by the changeableness of the climate. As the name implies, the principal ingredient of these Pastilles is Muriate of Ammonia, which is itself a valuable remedy for the cure of many bronchial anecttons, and is here associated with other medicines, having a powerful calmative influence over the mucous membrane of the respiratory tubes, there by adding effectiveness to the Pastilles and extending their range of usefulness. Innuenza, hoarseness, soreness of throat, or any irritation of the throat aris- tng from cold, will almost invariably be relieved by the use of a few of the tablets, tor clearing and strengthing the voice, they will be found very serviceable. ^^!RECT!ONS.—Allow one of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

!2 THE TEXAS M!NER. *'A tastily, we!! dressed man wie!ds more influence, than the same man s!oven!y dressed/' Washer Brothers, ^ ^rtists PBEN'S DRESS. nA!N 3T.. FORT WORTH, Opposite # Q Q C Q the Pickwick Mote), ter Fitting FiNE CLOTHtNQ THAW WE DO We do piease the most fastidious genttemen in their garments. We a!so carry a very targe stock of Ready Atacte Clo^ii)^ AT PRtCES RO LOW, THEY CANNOT BE BEATEN. We Understand Our Business, and Attend to !t, and Beiieve in Quick Saies and SmaH Profits ! COME AND SEE US. hEON & H. t, ----- - Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc., GALVESTON, TEXAS. * * * spewcEs HAMBURG Smoking and Chewing TOBHCCO. /^RS. E. BHGeORf&GO., ^.MANUFACTURERS OF^. Tents, Awnings, Mattresses and Bedding. FEATHERS RENOVATED. 658 E!m St., DaHas, Texas. A GREAT COMBtNE H-j— M!NERS* SUNSH!NE ^upiop Oi!, Qo!den Ax!e Grease. WATERS PtERCE 0!L CO., DALLAS, TEX. BLACK HAWK BITTERS. A sure cure for a!! disorders of the stomach, produces a goo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. !3 - ^ NOM + OPEN ^HOTEL KNOX.^ -<' -m- ->4 Thurber Coai Mines, Erath County, Texas. ^ — ^3- $2.50 Per Day. JOHN J. WHEADON, Manager. Se^eider-bauis ^ompat)y, importers at^d U/iyoiesaie (^roqer^. "5!?e 0!d F^qiiabie/' Daiias, 5exa5. Try our Celebrated PEACOCK FLOUR, '""M""! by The Salina Mi!! & Elevator Co., Salina, Kansas. Texas Pac!f!c Mercantite & Mfg. Co., So!e Agents. Cai! for it. Buy Ctothing Marked ^C. P. K. CO.,^ The BEST and CHEAPEST in the Market. Sole Manufacturers of the Ceiebrated "Littie Admirai" and "Littie Stayer," —(Child's Suits,)— Double seat and knee, linen and siik sewed, warranted not to rip. Sold by the TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MEG. CO. F. H. BLANKENME!STER, Prest. F. BREMERMANN, Sec. and Treaa (Blass^nb (Pueenstpare ^Lo. Ho. 516 to 520 n. iHain St., St. (ottis. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited; Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy, Branch Factory Opp. 74, 7(f & 78 So. Peters, ) ^ npipanc la And 11, 13, & 15 Commerce Sts...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

i4 THE TEXAS MtNER. THE^RAVELERS !nsurance COMPKNY -ne- ts UNIVERSALLY G!VEN the PREFERENCE. ^It is the OLDEST, LARGEST, and STRONGEST. 7^^ STKBILITY 7g 77^7^^776^70^^^. 7^ r7ea7.s\/?7.s-^7y owd 7/o7?<?.s777/ 7^777/ 777.s777*6r^. 77 /^/7/.s 7/v77/^.s'7 e7r7///7 /7'777/ Zer/.S'^ ^TWtMe r77?r7 r77?r?g. 7Ae r^o^a o7^er re<%^077.$ ^3 ^o^- e/^.S' <^77 6 77'6tr77/ 7?M77*3 ^7^7^/ 7^ T70.se \ oZ7?67^ C077tp^77^7^. These Figures Te!) Their Own Story. B ecause THE TRAVELERS tNSURANCE CO. Paid more money to ctaimants in Texas, during !893, than ai! other Accident Companies com= bined. (From the !894 Texas insurance Report.; LOSSES PA!D. F*77?67&7/^Ho7Aa7'Co777^^^77 7e^ - 7^7777 ^7/ 77/6 Z^77,y^77,C6 Co., E.^^e.s-.s ^7^7 d ^7/ " 7W7^ 07^7* 7^77 Co7M?7f2W7<?3 CO 777 ^7 77^677, - f , ^ The BEST COMPANY is the one that does the MOST Good. # For information or Rates, Appiy to ^ HENRY F^. BURT^ ) ROOM 303 TRUST CO. BUILDING, AOENT, } ^ DKLLKS. TEXKS. JOHN L. CONNABLE, President. CHAR...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 15 COLEMAN & LYSAGHT, Whotesate Grocers, WEATHERFORD. TEXAS. Dallas, Texas. Tenison Bros. Sadd!ery Co., baddies, Harness, C ollars, Bridles, ^777/ 67'67*y7/7 7 77_^ /?667777 77777^ /o 77 7To636'3 7^767/76 J!76667/T777/6 ^ .1//^. Co. ^7^6/77 /06 T/7?/6^66 7/777/ FYCZ77Z/7/. ^OREHSHS & /^CESRIBE ARE THE ieabing )etpelers In Fort Worth. Don t fail to call on them when in the city. East Side Main, Between 4th and 5th. STRONGEST 3)$m AND BEST )N THE WORLD. Beware of imitations. Be sure to get the origina!. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUtS. BRINK * ^6^767^77 (r677/76 6'7c767*, 7777f/ 7)6/7776777*6 P6C76/7 1^7776, 77777/ F"7o67(/T/ 6^67777^6 6*77/67-, 77777/ ^o 7o Agr? 77777/ 7/7 6 (7^07^6 7/6667-0^63 7766 777077 77/^77*777 7*677 Ay The Gftcsiau ^)IM. & Hottting €o., WACO, TEXAS. LESS BROS. & CO., HQSIERV ANB UNDERWEAR, * * sr. Louts. (7^7* ^007^3 077^ 377^6 7^7 Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co's Store. # ROASTEB COFFEE. # TFlg 777-6 770//; 0/7...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

)6 THE TEXAS MINER. For the Economy of the Household, <^=--and the Happiness of the Family, A Good Cooking Stove 's '"dispensable. White you are getting one it is as well to get the best. The Excelsior Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo., make them, and the Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. sell them. The "CHARTER OAK," first and foremost, and the Messenger—Sterling and Mabe!, all full value for the money asked for them. When the time comes to use a heating stove ask to see the trondate, Wasp and Atmo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. HEARN, PETTY & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Rough and Dressed Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. ^ Rai!road Timbers and Ties a Speciatty. Robertsville, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana. Arthur G. W. Koch, 7?77%C%<?7' ^77/7/7^7^, t/!ie7*eAf777^.s rwri 6^/77 777^/^77 C07//707? Write for Circutar and Price List. Cameron MiH § Eievator Co., ^Fort Worth and Waco. Texas. COMBINED ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. t7 A Do!!ar Hade ^ BY ^ BUY!NG Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co.'s SHOES. Wear Longest, Fit Best,— Cut Down Your Shoe BiH One-Half. T. P. Mercantile & Mfg. Co. Sell Them S. M. FURMAN. BEN O. SMtTH. ^unimn & StnM? Ctr)C iNSURANCE r! yy C AGENTS No. 500 Houston Street, Fort Worth, Texas. -MITCHELL WAGONS.- TRY ONE. They are durable and light running. T. P. Mercantile# Mfg. Co. We Claim for the Celebrated 3>- THE OLD RELIABLE United States Life Insurance Company, Corner Broadway and Murray Street, NEW YORK C!TY, None better, few as good, will have an "ad" in this paper some time. Thisisanotice. A CARD. — The manager of the Texas Pacific Mercantiie & Manufacturing Company after repeated trials has]se!ected the E! Belmont Cggars ^^THE HIGHEST^^-^ Order of ExceMence Attainabie in Cigar Manufacture. CLEHR H^^KNK. QUBKN H^ND 7VYHDE. S. Hernsheim Bros. &Co., NEW ORLEANS, LA. 5 Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all Pat-S !ent business conducted for MODERATE FEES...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

!8 THE TEXAS M!NER. Blue Ribbon Snoes. CELEBRATED SHOES.! BLUE RIBBON 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 failing to buy one pair "Blue Ribbons" and continuing to buy the cheaper ones? Figure this proposition out and go to the undersigned to get benefit of practical results, or, if you can't figure it out go there for answer, and you will then see the advantage of buying these goods. —) FOR BALE BY (— TEXHS PRCIFIC MGRCHNTILE & MFC. CO. 3o@oe We now have a fu!! !ine of The Ceiebrated B)ue Ribbon Schoo! Shoes, Best in the Market for wear. F.HREtlA ELASTIC For Brar?d as it ^a$ plo peer for OURABtUTY, BEAUT! ANO ECONOMY. FORSALEBY Texas Pacific Mercantile and Mfg. Co., THUKBMt, TEXAS. ^meri^ap (jroeery (o. WHOSESALEf GROCERS. Headquarters for all kinds of Foreign And Domestic Groceries! Handle the THURBER, WHYLAND CO. Brands of Goods. Reade and Duane Streets, NE\M Y^)RK CtTY...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

THE TEXAS MINER. 19 PR!CE BROS. & CO., EVANSVfLLE, !ND., MANUFACTURES Beds, Bureaus, Dressers, and at) kinds <**< ^of Tabies. Prices from 6oc to $^o. Write for Cataiogue and Price List. THE 7 GUM (OFFEE gAVER. Why is delicious coffee a rare lux- ury? Because you do not use the right coffee and make it properly. Everybodycan enjoy this luxury by getting BLANKE'S PATENT DR!P COFFEE POT, And usiDg Blanke's Pulverized Cof- fee . Two Pound of this Coffee used in this Pot will make more and bet- ter Coffee than will three Pound of ordinary ground Coffee in any other Pot. This is a big saving, and will pay you to investigate For sate by the TEXAS PAC!F!C MERCANTILE & ilFQ, CO. Manufactured and put up by the C. F. BLANKE TEA & COFFEE CO., ST. Louts, U.S. A. H. MOBRI8. FRANK KAHM. H. 7VTORFHS & BRO., MANUFACTURERS Jeans Clothing, WORK!NGMEN'S PANTS. WM! Not R!p. Doub!e seamed and Hand Tacked. 30% MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. Mandted by Texas Pacific MercantMe and Mfg. Co., ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 24 November 1894

20 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, Agricultural implements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Beiting, Hose and Packing. WE BKCK UP PVERV STKTEMeNT 810 N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOU!S, MO. T CORRUGTAED !RON, Y V CRUMPED ROOF!NG, PRESSED STANDING SEAM, Y OUt* STEEL BRtCK S!D D!NG SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. SrM est. Unlike other soap it is as good in the toilet or bath as in the laundry. Thousands of critical consumers use it; you will after one trial. Ask your merchant for it and accept no substitute. THE WAPLES PLATTER GROCER CO., Whotesate Agents, - - Fort Worth, Texas. Gartington & Montgomery, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND AM Kinds of Iron or Steei antl Machine Shop Suppiies OF E. E. SOUTHER )RON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET. ST. LOUtS, MO. UQUORS FOR Metiicinai and Family Uses We are the distillers of "Echo Spring," "Wood- -v. ford County," "Horse Shoe" and "Sug...

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