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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 21 EmeüM .Plastic -Paint I i Has stood the tests of time dur- U ing twenty-five years and has II never been found wanting. . . . 11 f\5k For BraT>d as it fías J^o peer for DURABILITY, BEAUTY AND ECONOMY.^^ For Sale By Texas Pacific Mercantile and Mfg. Co., _ Til I KHKit", TEXAS. Martin Casey. Chas. J. Swasey, Oscar Seligman Sam. Levy. Casey, Swasey & Co, .... WHOLESALE .... LIQUORS and CIGARS. Sole Pr.oprietors of the Celebrated Kentucky Comfort' Top of the Morning WHISKIES. torb WorTex. 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. Will Occupy this Space, Preservers of Choice Fruits in Glass & Tin. r "4" HIS space will be occupied by O O O Ü2HN V. HAtíLENBEEK, OF NEW YORK CITY, O O o To tell you of .The merits of A Soup Preparation. pire Bri^, Buff Buildii}<£ Bri^( Sewer Pipe, And other fire clay goods. Estimates on any article in...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 February 1895

22 THE TEXAS MINER. PRICE BROS. & CO., evansville, ind. manufactures- Beds, Bureaus, Dressers, and all kinds Tables. Prices from 6oc to $30. Write for Catalogue and Price List. Great Why is delicious coffee a rare lux- i-p uryv Because you do not use the * I LJC. right coffee and make it properly. Everybody can enjoy this luxury bv getting J ' 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 sale by the TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE &.HFG, CO Manufactured and put up by the c. f. blanke tea & coffee co., St. Louis, u. S. a. blamkes Ctm/rioNtoTEEPOT Li tn D D 0 1 (/) H. MORRIS. FRANK KAHN. L. MORRIS. H. MORRIS St BRO., MANUFACTURERS Jeans Clothing, WORKINGMEN'S PANTS. Will Not Rip. Double seamed and Hand Tacked. 302 MAI X ST., MEMPHIS, TENX. Handled by Te...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 23 L. M. Rumsey M'f'g Co. Manufacturers and Jobbers of Engines, Boilers and Hoisting Machinery, . . . Mine, Mill, Machinists' . . . Blacksmith and Foundry Supplies, Agricultural Implements, Pumps, Gas Pipe, Belting, Hose and Packing. ME bhck up - e^zery sthtemfint «T SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. est Unlike other soap it is as good in the toilet or bath as in the laundry J housands ot critical consumers use it; you will after one trial Ask your merchant for it and accept no substitute. THE WAPLES PLATTER GROCER CO., Wholesale Agents, = = Fort Worth, Texas. 810 n. 2nd street, st. louis, mo. D I TV CORRUGTAED IRON, ^ * V Crimped Roofing, í f Pressed Standing Seam, * OLIl Steel Brick Siding AND All Kinds of Iron or Steel and Machine Shop Supplies of E. E. SOUTHER IRON CO., 932, 934, 936, N. 2ND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. F, L. Carroll, President. G. R. Ferguson, Vice-President. J, N. Gilbert, Sec'y and Treas. L. B. Pipkin, Asst. Sec'y and Treas. LIQUORS FOR: Medicinal and Family Use...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 9 February 1895

24 THE TEXAS MINER, ® WHY IS THE ® Texas Brewing Company's Beer THE BEST THAT IS BREWED? AND Why do Our lexas Judges of Beer Pronounce It the Best? —. BECAUSE Mill® • Mil <*• «fea® TEXAS BMita : i r,r¿: A( : «0000 6bls I I •- 1st. The Artesian Water they use is the finest, softest water in the United States; and, 2d. Because the Malt used cannot he excelled; and, 3d. Because the machinery is of the latest pattern; and, 4th. Because the Brewer employed has no superior; and, 5th. Because every attention is paid to the most minute detail in the process of manufacture; and, 6th. Because the cooling process is simply perfect, and 7th. Because the storage vaults are the hest that can he constructed; and, 8th. Because the cars in which it is conveyed to the con- sumer do not have to travel several hun- dreds of miles in the hot sun before they reach the dealer; and, 9th. Because, generally, the shipping car can start from the Brewery at night and reach the Beer Depot the next morning. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

Util' '""in £&¡| VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1895. NO. 5. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. <3^ Activity is contagious [Emerson. Poverty is a spur to action.—[Bulwer. Strong reasons make strong actions.—[Shakespeare. Many things difficult to design prove easy to performance [Johnson. A cringing sneak with a loose and lying tongue is not a safe companion. Anger, when it is long in coming, is the stronger when it comes, and the longer kept.—[Quarles. It is by presence of mind in untried emergencies that the na- tive metal of a man is tested [Lowell. "God bless you!" is the old-fashioned summing-up of sincere affection, without the least smirk of studied civility rGeoree Eliot. L 5 NEWS NUGGETS. Adversity is sometimes hard upon a man; but for one man who can stand prosperity there are a hundred who will stand ad- versity—[Carlyle. Fire hath its force abated by water, not by wind; and anger must be allayed by cold words, and not by blustering threats^— [Anne Bradstreet. Ambi...

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

THE TEXAS MINER". the same strain as Emperor William's. It always makes our gorge rise when we read the addresses of both of them, as though the Creator of the universe had created those nations for their express ownership. Telegraph lines throughout the world aggregate 1,069,123 miles; of these America has more than half, 548 822 miles; Europe, 382,937; Asia, 67,875; Australasia, 47,812; and Africa, 21,687 miles. Church Treasurer—Why do you limit your contribution to a nickel; don't you know that the Lord loves a cheerful giver? Brother Amen—Oh, yes! and that is why I give only a nickel.— [Ram's Horn. The Japanese have captured the important station of Wei- Hai-Wei. The arsenal at that point was the most important one in China. It looks as though China must accept any terms that Japan dictates. A concrete bridge having a clear span of 164 feet and 26 feet wide was recently constructed over the Danube at Munderkingen, in Austria. Stone is scarce and dear there, while good, Portland ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES; ' . Fort Worth, February n, i8qs. Editor Texas Miner: George Thompson, local attorney for the Texas & Pacific, spent the day in Dallas Friday. Colonel P. C. Byrnes of the Texas & Pacific made a flying visit to Baird Monday morning. J. A. Jenkins, special agent of the Katy, Texas headquarters Denison, was in the city Friday. Samuel Hunt, ex-live stock agent of the Katy, made a trip to -St. Louis the middle of the week. The A. Busch excursion party arrived in the city Saturday night and spent Sunday in the c*ity. A. A. Judges, superintendent of the Pullman Sleeping Car company, spent the day in Dallas Saturday. John Perrin of the Union depot telegraph office made a flying trip to Dallas Wednesday, returning the same evening. John Hornby, general manager of the Fort Worth & Rio Grande, this city, spent the day in Dallas Wednesday. T. M. Hunt, traveling passenger agent of the Queen and Cresent, headquarters at Dallas, was in the cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

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, February 16, 1895. APPRECIATION. WELL, of course it is gratifying to have our mail filled with encouraging letters, to know that we are in touch with reading, thinking men. Hundreds of our friends, very many of whom we may never see, we talk with every week, and the return comes: "We like your paper, put So-and-So down as a sub- scriber." And so our mail list swells from thoughtfulness of our friends, and we try and reciprocate. Now, we offer to send the weekly Press of New York and The Texas Miner, postage paid, for the one subscription of one dollar. The Press is the leading Republican paper of New York City, and we—why, we are what you see us. FINANCE-MONEY. WE hear so much in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. parent "that the wayfaring man, though a fool, could not err therein," and the people have been rising in their might, and now the influence is being felt. We say to the friends of free coinage of silver that the fight is almost won. We have only one strong influence now against us in this country, and that is President Cleveland. True to his bull-dog instincts, he would ruin this country if he could to es- tablish the reign of gold. He may issue, contrary to the spirit, if not the letter, of law, hundreds of millions of bonds, and then he cannot succeed. True it is, he may keep this country in a ferment the balance of this term of office, but he will fail. The first thing Congress should do is to take away the power of the issuance of bonds for the purpose of buying gold, except to pro- tect our obligations payable expressly by their terms in gold. This would cut his claws, and he could not run this country in debt to please his goldite friends. WHAT TAKES OUR GOLD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. L. W. YOUMANS OF FAIRFAX, S. C., ON SILVER. THE capitalists of Western Europe, with the Rothschilds and the Bank of England in the van, are robbing civilization; our Northeastern capitalists are robbing the South and West, giving the lion's share of the plunder to Western Europe in the shape of 50 cents wheat and 5 cents cotton. These leaders of the Ameri- can branch of the gold trust at the last extra session of Congress asseverated that if Congress would repeal the purchasing clause of the Sherman act that confidence would be restored, our local money bags untied, European capital would flow in, our great staple products would advance and the country regain its pros- perity. Of course, Congress did what they said. What was the result? Were their predictions fulfilled? Not at all. Silver im- mediately dropped as compared with gold about 30 per cent., and with it down went our great staple products; and now with bankruptcy and ruin staring us in the face they again ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 tionists.'1 "Bad luck to me," said the motorman, "I could say as much. I voted for a change, and d— if I didn't get it. I got changed from 30 cents an hour cents; and, say. just tell your Protective Tariff folks that ready to change back, and don't you forget it!" wish I -n me to 17 I am AND STILL THEY COME ! Montclair, New Jersey, February 8, 1895. Editor Texas Miner: IDO NOT know whether my subscription has expired or not. At any rate, I enclose one dollar to renew it, as I like the paper through and through. Yours tiuly, Wm. Phelps. Thanks. The approval of our paper by a gentleman as well- informed and as well-posted in newspapers as yourself is ex- tremely gratifying. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. [Special Correspondence of The Texas Minek. ] Washington, February n, 1895. RULE, OR RUIN. IT HAS been hinted more than once during the present ses- sion of Congress that President Cleveland did not want any financial legislation, unless it met his own ideas entirely. Now i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

8 THE TEXAS MINER. MISCELLANEOUS. our new york letter. Editor Texas Miner: PART of the past week I spent in Washington attending the annual meeting of the National Board of Trade, and I can, therefore give you a glimpse of public opinion and public events in b,oth Washington and New York. I don't think there was ever a more demoralized Congrrssthan this one. The blow it got between the eyes at the last election so staggered and demoralized it that there isn't sufficient spirit left to go ahead, and so things are just drifting. President Cleveland is no longer recognized as a Moses leading his people, and when his special message to Congress on the financial ques- tion came in the other day it fell flat; nobody was satisfied, and nearly every member of Congress had "views" of his own which he wished incorporated in the bill recommended by the Presi- dent. It looks now, however, as if with the help of the Repub- licans some kind of a bond issue bill would pass the House and be hung up...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 9 themselves in the North and made paupers of us in the South." "And what do you propose to do ?" Why, let us put that wool tariffbaek and let our cheap cotton take the place of Asiatic wool, and then put that sugar bounty on again and send sugar into the cotton fields. Editorials in the papers and prayers in the churches won't save us now. We must quit politics and use our brains !"—[Eli Perkins in Ameri- can Economist. japan's great results. Mr. E. A. Talbot of Elmo street, Dorchester, Mass., has re- ceived a letter from a friend in Japan which contains a copy of the official report of the Japanese War Department up to De- cember 31 on the Chinese war, or, as the writer puts it, "our war with the poor Chinese." The record begins on July 23, and contains a report of sixteen engagements, all of which resulted in victory for the Japanese. Fourteen of these engagements were on land and two were naval. The most striking thing in the whole report is the contrast in the ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

10 t/ THE TEXAS MINER. writes us: "We will give the whole State of Texas to a bright, enterprising, successful man, also the benefit of every dollar's worth of goods we sell in the State." Do any of our traveling friends know the right man ? The Estelle brothers , of Denver, Col., painters and scenic ar- tists, are here, and will proceed to put the finishing touches on the interior of the opera house. They are also fine musicians, and the guests at the hotel are treated every evening to some choice selections from the banjo and guitar. To our friends: We can say if you will buy only Millar's Cream Tartar Baking Powder and Millar's Penang Spices you will get the best articles of the kind in the United States. In- sist upon having these; take no other kind. For sale by Texas Pacific Mercantile and Manufacturing company. "Our Miller" has been visiting the opera houses of different cities examining all the latest improvements in scenery so as to have ours of the latest type. Some of our...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. I) IT IS YOUR INTEREST TO READ Every Word of This "Ad." You Do Know «Jnbex to Display Ctftcertisemerits. 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 a Coal mined and prepared for market, that in burning Qualities has hardly its equal in this country. It weighs 87 1-2 pounds to the cubic foot it has over 61 per cent in fixed carbon—it is almost entirely free from sulphur—it is light in ash is FOR GR7ÍTE' Burning Purposes It Is The 4 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, an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

12 THE TEXAS MINER. You Got 'Em; We Want 'Em. We want eggs. We want butter. We want farm products of every kind. We will pay you the highest market price in cold cash Come and see us, and bring what you have to sell. Texas & Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. Cotton Planters. Don't be fooled by signing contracts to have your cotton ginned or getting seed from certain parties. You can get cotton seed of us without signing contracts that will cost you many dol- lars a pound for the seed you plant. Come and see us. Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. Brilliant Coal Oil. The T. P. M. & Mfg. company will sell, from it's huge tank, Brilliant Coal Oil by the barrel for 13 cents per gallon, and in 5-gallon cans at 75 cents per can—the customer furnishing the can. Texas & Pacific boys and others can order stylish clothes made to order by the live firm of M. Born & Co., clothiers, who are outfitters for young, middle-aged and old men. The Texas & Pacific Mercantile &...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 13 "A tastily, well dressed man wields more influence, than the same man slovenly dressed." Washer Brothers, rtAlN ST., FORT WORTH, Opposite the Pickwick Hotel, «©©© flrtists \t) fflEN'S DRESS. I No tailors in this country can fur- nish Neater, Bet- ter Fitting . B fl • • FINE • CLOTHING THAN WE DO A GREAT COMBINE © © t> © & miners' sunshine Icjjpioi? Oil, V ~\ We do please the most fastidious gentlemen in their garments. We also carry a very large stock of Ready M.ade Clobl)ii)^> AT PRICES SO LOW, THEY CANNOT BE BEATEN. e Understand Our Business, and ttend to It, and Believe in Quick Sales and Small Profits COME AND SEE US. üeon & HL. Dry Goods, Importers of and Wholesale Dealers in Dress Goods, Notions, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc., GALVESTON, TEXAS. • • • iSPeNCE'S HAMBURG Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO. • • • GE0. ANTQN & BRQ., Sss^fBJNEító' LiAMPS. Office and Factory, Park Avenue, P. O. Box 64. flONONGAHELA CITY, Pa. Golden Axle Grease. waters p...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

14 THE TEXAS MINER, Ask for FARGO SHOES AT THE Texas Pacific Mercan= ! tile & Mfg. Co., CALF SHOE •OH-F&Co- ■ CHICAGO- THURBER, TEX. nilg'-s WHEN YOU WANT FIRST=CLASS f LADIES' BOOT, j C-H-F&Co- j I -CHICAGO- li HEARN, PETTY & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF Rough and Dressed Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber. TELEGRAPH AND EXPRESS: PROVENCAL, LA. Railroad Timbers and Ties a Specialty. RobertsYille, Natchitoches Parish, - Louisiana, PERFECT BAKING POWDER. Strong, Economical, "PURE TRAD MARK HEALTHFUL Satisfaction Guarateed. Full Weight, Texas Pacific Mercantile and Manufacturing Company Sole Agents. Try it. J. E. MITCHELL The JEWELER OF FORT WORTH Will Occupy .THIS SPACE. BERNARD KLOTZ & CO., Limited, MANUFACTURERS OF Crackers, Paste and Stick Candy 75, 77, 79,81 & 83 So. Peters, 5 | 57, 59, 61,63 & 65 Fulton Sts., Branch Factory Opp. 14, 76 ft 78 So. Peters, ) „ ft . And 11, 13, ft 15 Commerce Sts. P.O.Box 701, j To Miners. .. . . . The Texas &...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

TIME TEXÁS IVI'INEK. SPENCER'S CHLORAHINE PASTILLES. FOR THE CURE OF Hoarsness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Cough, and Other Derangements of the Breathing Tubes and Lungs. These are absolutely the most pleasant and efficacious Pastilles yet introduced for the relief of the various disorders of the respiratory organs, induced by the ehangeableness 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 affections, 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. Influenza, hoarseness, soreness of throat, or any irritation of the throat aris- ing from cold, will almost invariably be relieved by the use of a few of the tablets. For clearing and strengthing the voice, they will be found very serviceable. B IR...

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

16 THE TEXAS MINER. Roethlisberger & Gerber, 22 & 24 River Street, 1CAQO, —importers of and Dealers in ——^ Foreign and Domestic Garlington & Montgomery, |¡| % CHEESE. 17, Wholesale Dealers in FRUITS AND WESTERN PRODUCE. V OMMISSION MERCHANTS 1621 and 1623 Main St., 1620 and 1622 Rusk St., Worth, Texas. Domestic Swiss Cheese and ^ Brick Cheese a Specialty. Sold by Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. ® MADE IN AMERICA BY AMERICAN WORKMEN. V. B. CUTLERY ABS0l2tírEl2Y the righest « QUALITY. # Wholesale © ..YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. Dry Qoods, purpisf?ii?<¿ Coods, Boots, Sf?oes apd J-lats, uj-e offer tf?e w Trade as lou; as ar?y ©®GXi; l^ouse 19 tfye Qou^try. A TRIAL (# SANGER BROS. |) We Carry a Complete Line of JOHN L. CONNABLE, President. CHARLES G. SHERMAN oí V P • MATTHEW CONNABLE.xstV.Pres't. E M C NNABLif/TreasuVer. Chattanooga Powder Co. ^-^MANUFACTURERS OF BLACK POWDER. Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co., Unu,*u, sold by T,xaS Pacific M. & 31. Co. Factories...

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