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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS M!NER. to the building of the roads, and the indebtedness piled up, of second and third mortgage bonds, of income bonds, of first and second preferred stocks, and, lastly, common stock (well named, for a great deal of it is very "common"), have gone to make the enormous fortunes accumulated by a few men; and a large por- tion of it came because our wonderful natural resources gave us a credit in Europe, they bought securities, as they thought, cheap. Many of these so-called securities did not "pan out," and the European investing public will not buy any more of that kind of manufactured goods, and we are glad of it. Now, that we should pursue a financial course detrimental to the interests of the owners of property in this country to try and Europeans mto investing in our securities, in the first place, is bad policy; m the second place, it is foolish to try. Many of them have made poor investments in consequence of buying unwisely; they will not soon forget it, and we don...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

6 THE TEXAS MiNER. change over the world than that which foHowed the act of 1873. "This mav be considered unnecessarily alarming, but let us look the situation squarely in the face. "By the coinage laws passed in 1873 by the United States and Germany, and by the subsequent acts of the states of the Latin Union in closing their mints, the free coinage of silver was dis- continued in Europe and the United States, while Germany,Italy, Spain, Holland, Norway and Sweden adopted the gold standard. But several of these states have never been able to retain much gold, and have been obliged to resort largely to paper for their home circulation. France continued in circulation her store of coined silver, while the United States, before resuming specie payments, provided for an annual supply of silver money, pre- sumed to be somewhere nearly commensurate with the increase of population. This supply, derived from the purchase and coin- age of silver on Government account, was materially increas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 party, $30,000; the Langley Manufacturing company, $32,400; Riverside mills, $12,000. Total for seven mills, $260 400. Other mills, being close corporations, do not make statements." The active, enterprising citizens of towns in Texas that have the factors of supply of cotton, transportation and labor should move early in this matter for the good of their town. Capital can be more easily obtained when the waters are moving. So don't wait, the times are getting ripe to build cotton mills in Texas. THE PRES!DENT'S MESSAGE. RESIDENT CLEVELAND is becoming nervous, and has I issued a message to Congress begging them to allow his Administration to issue gold-bearing interest bonds, principal to be paid in gold. He sees now what was patent to any business man long ago—that with an income less than the expenses of the Government, that the credit of the Government would go to a point where they could not go on and continue to sell bonds payable in coin for gold. Only a sho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

8 THE TEXAS MINER. and was inferior in quality to Thurber coal. It had less Axed carbon and more ashes. This coal was sold in the Chicago market against coal from Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Iowa. WM. M. LEWIS. MtSCELLANEOUS. HENRY WARD BEECHER TO HIS SON. 'yHE following letter from Henry Ward Beecher to his son is i authentic, and should be carefully pondered by every young man: BROOKLYN, N. Y., October 18, 1878. MY DEAR HERBERT—You are now for the first time really launched into life for yourself. You go from your father's house and from all family connections to make your own way in the world. It is a good time to make a new start, to cast out faults of whose evil you have had an experience, and to take on habits, the want of which you have found to be so damaging. 1. You must not go in debt. Avoid debt as you would the devil. Make it a fundamental rule: No debt; cash or nothing. 2. Make few promises. Religiously observe even the small- est promise. A man who means to keep hi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS M!NER. 9 tising and keeps at it persistently. His faith in truth as an ele- ment of gaining the confidence of consumers is unfaltering. He makes quality the first consideration, both as regards goods and sefvice. He buys for cash and saves every discount; watches credit and collects promptly. He looks out for his own interests, believing that eternal vigilance is the price of success. —[American Grocer. * * # PAT DONAN TALKS THUSLY IN NEW ERA. It is but twenty months since the big and burly Buffalonian went into the White House with nearly a million majority behind him, with both houses of Congress overwhelmingly his way, with three-fourths of the State Government, North and South! enthuisactially backing him, and with millions of well-meaning but untutored American citizens of all shades of political belief and unbelief waving their hats and hurrahing him. lo-day, seated amid the ruins of his party, spurned and re- pudiated by the whole country, there is not a dog—except ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

)0 THE TEXAS NUNER. ONE OF OUR NEW YORK LETTERS. NEW YORK, N, Y., Jan. 28, 1895. Editor TEXAS MiNER: l\lO comprehensive scheme of bank, silver or currency legisla- 1 tion can be matured, to say nothing of its passage, during the present session of Congress. The more interests such meas- ures seek to placate to procure support the weaker they become. There is indeed no necessity for such a revolutionary overhaul- ing of our financial system, in haste and under public clamor to do something. "The least done the sooner mended." The sit- uation that really must be met is a provision, by increased taxa- tion or borrowing, for the excess of public expenditures over public revenues. Now, since the two parties are in utter disac- cord over taxation and revenue systems, it follows that in these closing days of the Democratic Congressional party, which in it- self is hopelessly at odds on the same question, no measure of increased taxation can possibly pass. The only resort, therefore, is to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. what his attractions are for those dates. Everyone was anxious to see the Grau Opera company on the night of the 9th. Colonel Hunter came to town Wednesday. Deposits in national banks in Texas amount to over $30,000,- 000. How does this issue of THE MiNER "stack up" up for reading matter ? We would like a know of one? spicy correspondent in Austin. Do you If you want pure spices buy only Miilar's Penang Spices—take no other kind. The market is getting some style on its signs. To whom shall be given credit ? Read what Billy Lewis says about Thurber coal. He knows all about black diamonds. Cleveland's latest currency bill will probably go as all the rest have, and become a "dead duck." The new Concord coach doesn't look so spick span new as it did, but she does the work all the same. Just buy one can of Imperial Cream and try it for yourselves. Then, if it suits, tell your friends about it. The snow-storm checked the output of coal for two davs, but the boys are getti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

!2 THE TEXAS MiNER. !T !S YOUR INTEREST TO READ Every Word of This "Ad." You Do Know That there are many fine qualities of Coal found in this wonderful country, But You Do Not Know THAT right in your own State of Texas there is ' a Coal mined and prepared for market, that in burning Qualities has hardly its equal in this country. !t weighs 87 1-2 pounds to the cubic toot—it has over 61 per cent m fixed carbon—it is almost entirely free from sulphur—it is light in ash ****FOR CRHTE**" Burning Purposes ^ ttisThe ^ EQUAL OF ENGLISH CANNEL THAT at tide water ports sells for about ^13 a * ton. With a good draught it burns freely with nearly a white flame. When the draught is checked or the top covered with a few ashes it will last many hours, making it invaluable in rooms for invalids. In Ranges and Stoves its free burning qualities make it an excellent Cooking fuel. The engineers on the railroads that are using it, find it makes more mileage to the ton, and for speed and hauling over he...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS M!NER. !3 * THILOR MHDE r Ctothing READY MADE SUITS, # F!NE # UNDERWEAR Hosiery, Neckwear HHTS, Send your orders to us. Self-meas- urments sent on application. Suits made to order from $15 lo $30 A SU!T. $4 to $9. n. & L. nucusT, CLOTHiERS AND TAILORS. Fort Worth, Tex. Qartington & Montgomery, FRUtTS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. OMMISSION MERCHANTS )62! and !623 Main St., !620 and )622 Rusk St., FT. WORTH, TEXAS. O WHOLESALE We ..YOUR ORDERS SOUCMED. Dry Qoods, purr)is)?ir)<^ (jood$, Booths, §^oe$ apd )-!at;s, u/e offer tr^e Trade as !ouv as ai)y ^ou$e ip {rtpe ^ou^try. QtVE US A TRtAL ^ SANGER BROS. ^ DALLAS, TEXAS. HOTEL SPHRKS& ^ Per Day House. AT ROSWELL, N. M. MIS. S. ROBERT. We are agents for the cele- brated -MITCHELL WAGONS.- TRY ONE. They are durable and light running. T. P. Mercantile & Mfg. Co. S. M. FURMAN. BEN O. SMtTH. ^urmart & jrmitt? F!RE No. 500 Houston Street, INSURANCE AGENTS... Fort Worth, Texas. De/fc/ous Cre^/77 as used in the preparat...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

!4 THE TEXAS MtNER* tastily, we!) dressed man wields more influence, than the same man sioveniy dressed/' Washer Brothers, riA!N ST., FORT WORTH, Opposite # $ $ Q $ the Pickwick Hete), ^rtists WEN'S DRESS. * * * nish Neater, Bet- ] ter Fitting . FiNE CLOTHtNQ A GREAT COMBINE ***** MHNERS' SUNSHtNE t^upiot? Oii, V THAN WE DO We do ptease the most fastidious gentiemen in their garments. We aiso carry a very !arge stock of Ready Atade Clobt)ir)^ AT PRiCES SO LOW, THEY CANNOT BE BEATEN. COME AND SEE US. Go!den Axte Grease. WATERS PtERCE OtL CO., DALLAS, TEX hEON & H. Bnaw, !; ' ' Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc., GALVESTON, TEXAS. * * * SPeNCE'S HAMBURG * * * Smoking and Chewing TOBKCCO. BLACK HAWK B!TTERS. A sure cure for a!) disorders of the stomach, produces a good appetite, aids digestion and gives tone to the who!e system. Put up in pint and ha!f pint bottles. For sate by aH druggists. Meyer Brothers Drug Co., Saint Louis, Ho., So!e Agents. PEfER A...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS NUNER. !5 Ask .-FARGO SHOES # CALF SHOE -C-H-F&Co -CmCAGO- AT THE Texas Pacific Mercan ti!e & Mfg. Co., THURBER, TEX. LADiES' BOOT -C-H-F&Co j -CHiCAGO- j HEARN, PETTY & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Rough And Dressed Lang Leaf YeHow Pine Lumber. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. " Rai!road Timbers and Ties a Speciaity. Rohertsviiie, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana. PERFECT BAKING POWDER. WHEN YOU WANT F!RST=CLASS ^ANDtES ^RACKERS ^AKES AND JUMBLES, At Lowest Prices, Call for those made by FORT WORTH CANDY AND CRACKER CO., ^ FORT WORTH, TEX. A HOME INSTITUTION. HORSE SHOE 4 Strong, PURE Economical HEALTHFUL Texas Pacific Mercantite and Manufacturing Company So)e Agents. Try it. J. E. MtTCHELL The JEWELER OF FORT WORTH Wi!! Occupy THIS SPACE. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy, New Orleans, La. Brunch Factory Opp. 74, 76 & 78 So. Peters, And 11, 13, & 15 Commerce Sts. P. 0. Box 701 To M!NERS. . . . . ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

16 THE TEXAS MINER- SPENCER'S MMRAMNE PASTURES. Hoarsness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Cough, and Other Derangements of the Breathing Tubes and Lungs. a—— These are absolutely the most pleasant and eHicacious Pastilles yet introduced tor the relief of the various disorders of the respiratory organs, induced by the changeableness of the climate. ^ c , j As the name implies, the principal ingredient of these Pastilles is Muriate o^ Ammonia, which is itself a valuable remedy for the cure of many bronchial anections, and is here associated with other medicines, having a powerful calmative lnhuenceover the mucous membrane of the respiratory tubes, there adding effectiveness to the Pastilles and extending their range of usefulness, innuenza, hoarseness, soreness of throat, or any irritation of the throat aris- ^ 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. < ^ * j !^!RECT!ONS.—Allow one of th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS MtNER. [7 insurance COMPHNY ^ [SUNiVERSALLYGiVEN the PREFERENCE. ^ It is the OLDEST, LARGEST, and STRONGEST. 7^^ STKBILITY M 7^:^^ <37K% <%y&7?oy- <%%e6. 0^/7 ar po^- a^r<? 7^07*^/7, wM<r<? ^Ao.96 V A?/ r^Aer 00777/7^7776.9. These Figures Te!i Their Own Story. B ecause THE TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO. Paid more money to claimants in Texas, during 1893, than a)) other Accident Companies com= bined. (From the 1894 Texas Insurance Report.; LOSSES PAID. - ^4^,(767^. <3^? .PoifZ &y Co., The BEST COMPANY is the ane tint does the MOST Good. # — For information or Rates, Appiy to - — HEINRV F". BURT, ) ROOM 303 TRUST CO. BU!LD!NG, AOENT, ^ ^ t DKLLKS. TEXHS. JOHN L. CONNABLE, President. CHARLES G. SHERMAN, ad V. P and Sec'v, MATTHEW CONNABLE, ist V. Pres't. E. M. CONNABLE, Treasurer. Chattanooga Powder Co. ^^MANUFACTURERS OF BLACK POWDER.^^ CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 5i?e aboue powder is used exclusiuety by Upe 5exas 0 Pacific <?oat ?o. ^MELACHOL,". The Paintess...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

!8 THE TEXAS M!NER< CELEBRATED -SHOES. HANDLED BY THE TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MFG. CO. Cameron Alii! g E!evator Co., Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. 3^°* Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST ECONOMY THE ROAD TO WEALtHI TAYLOR MAM f" ^ AND BEST !N THE WORLD. Beware of imitations. Be sure ti get the originai. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUtS. BRINK # ^76JC76(777 (?7-(7/76 (77(76/-, ((/7(7 D6/(7W(7/*6 7^6(76/7 W^7776, (777(7 7^7oT*7(7(7 (^7*(777^6 (77(76/-, (7/7(7^0 7o /)6(7 30^07* (777(7 /( (7/7/7 7/. T/76 (7&OV6 &6(767-(7^63 (7/'6 /77(77777/?67777-6(7 Grtesiau 2Hfg. & ^otHing €o., WACO, TEXAS. USE MtLE-END ^ COTtS$ # ROASTEB COFFEE. # 7^6(77*6 77076 0/767-(77777^ ^ Co^66 7^0(737777^ Dg- ^(77^/776777 /07- 7/76 p(77-p036 o/ 377/7/7/^777^ 7/(6 T6JC(73 T7-(7(/6 7677% Fresh Parched Coffee p/ best qua!ity 77703% De!icate Blends, (7^^/ 76/7036 (77*0777(7 %(73 7707 66(7/7- 0/*(776(/ a...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS M!NER. !9 WRtTE FOR CATALOGUE, PRtCES AND TERMS O o o ^9 U/iH jQ. ^U5iq (o/npa^y, 269 MAtN ST., DALLAS, TEX. Steinway.Fischer p* &Newby & Evans R 3 Farrand&Votey and HiHstrom Organs o AH Kinds of flusica! Instruments. For the Economy of the Household, <^=^and the Happiness of the Family, A Good Cooking Stove '"<*'spensab)e. White you are getting one it is as wei! 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—Ster!ingand Mabet, 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 A!mo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. THE fEXAS FIXTURE GO., FORT WORTH, TEXAS. DEALERS !N." Saloon Fixtures, Billiard and Poof Tables and Supplies. Prices cheerfully quoted upon application. THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., . . . importers and Jobbers of . . . ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

20 THE TEXAS MINER, MOW-' OPEN 4H-]0TEL KNOX.* ^ -i' ^ Thurber Co^i Mines, Erath County, Texas. . -n;. - - $2.50 Per Day. JOHN J. WHEADON, Manager. COMFORT A^D SPEED COMB!NED WHEN TRAVELtNG V)A THE TEXAS PAEiFtG 000000 BESTLiNE ^TO^ ST Louis, THE NORTH AND EAST 000000 TWELVE HOURS SAVED BY TAKING THE St. Louis Limited Train, Short Line to a!! Points !n the Southeast /rtemp!?i5, S!?reueport: or Orli^aQS. DtRECT ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA AND MEXICO. . . DOUBLE DA!LY TRAINS. . PULLMAN SLEEPtNG CARS. For further information call on address your nearest Ticket Agent'or W. A. DASH!ELL Traveiing Passenger Agent. ^'S T,^ORNE' GASTON MESLtER 3d Vtce-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agt. DALLAS, TEIXAS. TRAMMEL!-, GLENN & CO., 176 MA)N STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS Manufacturers' Agents and Deaiers^in Steel T and Mining Rails, Logging and Tram Cars, Phoenix Sporting and Blasting Powder, Dynamite, Fuse and Caps, Gun Shells, Shot, Bar Lead, Etc., Etc. Our goods are all guaranteed. Ask us for...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 2! f^HREKA LASfiO [pAINf For 5^is Brapd as it; }^a3 }^o peer ^or OURAEIUTY, BEAUTY ANO ECONOMY. FOR SALE BY Texas Pacific Mercantiie and Mfg. Co., TIH RUHR, TEXAS. Casey, Swasey & Co. ....WHOLESALE UQUORS AND CiGARS. wmsmES. Lor^ T^X. This Space is Reserved for The James W. Tufts' Soda Fountain.... Manufacturers Boston, = = = Mass. The ^ Ad." of Geo. K. McMechen, Son & Co., of Wheeling, West Va. WiM Occupy this Space, Preservers of Choice Fruits in G!ass & Tin. T O O o JSHN W.HAHLENBEEK. OF NEW YORK C!TY, O o o To te)! you of The merits of A Soup Preparation. pre Briqt^, Bu^f Bui!dit?<^ Briq^ Sewer Pipe, EVENS & HOWARD, St. Louis, Mo. 6?%7* 4?oo(%3 7K^v<? /br The Texas PaciHc Mercantile & Mfg. Co. is Agent for these EX- TINGUISH- ERS. CUPPER F!HE ^ SAFE, DURABLE, CHE6P. ARUN & ORENDORFF CO., OAt-t-AS, TEXAS. MOST CONVEN- IENT! MOST EFFECTIVE! THE SAFEST! E. B. HARROLD, Pres't. T. R. SANDiDBE, Sec'y. JNO. F. MooRE, Snpt. FORT WORTH [RON ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

22 THE TEXAS M!NER, PRICE BROS. & CO. EVANSV1LLE, !ND. MANUFACTURES- Beds, Bureaus, Dressers, and a)) kinds -*3^3x3—-;of Tabies. Prices from 6oc to $30. Write for Catalogue and Price List. THE /7 6REKT ^FFEE gAVER. Why ia delicious coffee a rare lux- ury? Because you 'do not use the right coCee and make it properly. Everybody can enjoy this luxury by getting BLANKE'S PATENT DRIP COFFEE POT, And using 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 TEXA5 PAC!F!C MERCANTILE & riFG, CO. Manufactured and put up by the C. F. BLANKE TEA & COFFEE CO., ST. Louts, U. S. A. H. MORRIS. L. MORRIS. H. MORRIS & BRO., MANUFACTURERS Jeans Clothing, WQRKiNGMEN'S PANTS. Win Not Rip. Doub!e seamed and Hand Tacked. 303 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. Handted by Texas Pacific Mercantite and Mfg. Co., ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

THE TEXAS MtNER. 23 L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Engines, Boiters and Hoisting Machinery, . . . M!NE, MtLL, MACHiNiSrS'. . . Biacksmith and Foutidry Supplies, Agricuttura! !mp)emenls, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Beiting. Hose atid Pnc!\i!i^. ME BHCK UP E1ZERY STnTE7^6NT 810 N. 2Nb STREET, ST. LO'J!3, MO. I\/ CORRUGTAED !RON, ILF I V CRiMPED ROOF!NG, 1** PRESSED STANDiNG SEAM, Y OUT STEEL BRtCK S)D AND Ait Kinds of Iron or S!eel and Mashine Shoi Sullies D!NG OF E. E. SOUTHER !RO^j CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET. ST. LOU!S, MO. LiQUORS FOR MediciM] anj Family Uses We are the <]i8ti!)ers of 'Ecito Sprite," "Wood- -v. for(!Countv," "Horse S))ne"at)<l"St)n:)r \':<]]ey," ;i; whic!) are stri(t!y pure and nn How Itand tna^e Sour Mast), Bour))onmt(!!^e\Y))i>kiep. We % guarantee these ^<<o<ls to bettte !)est in ttie World S. GRABFEEOER & CO., Lotiisviile, Kentucky. 5he Capera Mfg. Co., ALL K!NDS OF WATE13, SODA, GtNGER ALE, C!DER, ETC. JONES STREET, ^ ^ _ FORT WORTH, TEXAS. SWISS L...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 2 February 1895

24 THE TEXAS MtNER< MWHY IS THE - Texas Brewing Company's Beer THE BEST THAT tS BREWED? AND * Why do Our Texas Judges of Beer Pronounce !t the Best? E== BECAUSE == '±J I !J 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 5th. 7th. The Artesian Water they use is the Hnest, softest water in the United States; and, Because the Malt used cannot bo excelled; and, Because the machinery is of the latest pattern; and, Because the Brewer employed has no superior; and, Because every attention is paid to the most minute detail in the process of manufacture; and, m the process ot manufacture; and, the cooling process is simply perfect, and ;cause the .storage vaults are the best that can constructed; and, canbe 8th. Because the cars in which it is conveyed to the con- sumer do not have to travei several hun- dreds of miles in the hot sun before they reach the deaier; and, 9th. Because, generally, the shipping c the Brewery at night ana reach next morning. The above are the different "becauses." Why does the Beer sold in ...

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