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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS Ml NEK. Í7 "Wvfc. CELEBRATED SHOES, *s HANDLED BY THE TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MFG. CO. Cameron Mill | Elevator Co., ^Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY, 2000 Barrels. star Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST 0 m PREPAREDONLY BY TAYLOR MAN'F'GCO ST. LOUIS. '►IS# AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Beware of imitations. Be sure ti get the original. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS. RINK • Mexican Grape Cider, and Delaware Peach Wine, and Florida Orange Cider, and go to bed sober and happy. The above beverages are manufactured by €Ctrtesiau 2ttfg. 8c Bottling <Eo., WACO, TEXAS. use: MILE-END ?OL COI BEST SIX GORD For flachine or Hand Use. ROASTEB G0FFEE. # We are now operating a Coffee Roasting De- partment for the purpose of supplying the Texas Trade with Fresh Parched Coffee 0f the best quality and most Delicate Blends, and\ whose aroma has not evap-m orated by a long journey from distant markets. We recomme...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

18 THE TEXAS MINER 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. 810 im. 2nd street, st. louis, mo. f ]\f corrugtaed iron, w i v crimped Roofing, Pressed Standing Seam, Y OUr Steel Brick Sid ding 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. LIQUORS FOR: Medicinal and Family Uses We are the distillers of "Echo <pnn.r," "Wood- -X" ford County," "Horse Shoe" and "Silbar Valley," * which are strictly pure and mellow Hand made V Sour Mash, Bourhon and Rye Whiskies. We * guarantee these goods to be the best in the World S. GRABFELDER S CO., Louisville, Kentucky. ME BACK UP E1ZERY STHTEMGNT SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP, &££=£££ est. Unlike other soap it is as good in the toilet or hath as in the laundry. Thousands of critica...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINEH. 19 Write for Catalogue, Prices and^Terms 0 © © ==© U/ill f\. fT\u5¡c Qo/Tipa^y, 269 MAIN ST., DALLAS, TEX. THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., Importers and Jobbers of Dry Qoods aiJNÍotiops Cor. 8th and Main Sts,, Fort Worth, Tex. © Steinway,Fischer & Newby & Evans iaciflOS © Farrand&Votey and Hillstrom Organs All Kinds of riusical Instruments. For the Economy of the Household, —-and the Happiness of the Family, a Good Cooking Stove ls ln(|isPensa|)|e- While 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 Mabel, all full value for the money asked for them. When the time comes to use a heating stove ask to see the Irondale, Wasp and Almo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. the Texas nxraRE go., FORT WORTH, TEXAS. DEALERS . IN J. Saloon Fixtures, Billiard and Pool Ta...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

20 THE TEXAS MINER' NOJfli ••• OPEN ■¿i-HOTEL KNOX,**- 7 ^ ^ x«r Thurber Coal Mines, Erath County, Texas. — • • —>;•—• ■ — $2.50 Per Day. jchn .!. WHEADON, Manager. COMFORT AND SPEED COMBINED WHEN TRAVELING VIA THE ELPA50 pacific 000000 ™> BEST LINE St Louis, THE north and East 000000 TWELVE HOURS SAVED BY TAKING THE St. Louis Limited Train, Short Line to all Points In the Southeast mÚM: /T\emp!?i5, S!?reueport or Orlops. DI RECT ROUTE TO' California and Mexico. ■ ■ DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS.. PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS. For further information call on addressyour nearest Ticket Agent'or W. A. DASH I E LL Traveling Passenger Agent. L' STÍ1 vRN.!:' ^ „ GASTON M ESLIE R 3d Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr. Cien. Pass. & Ticket Agt. ' DALLAS, TEXAS. TRAMMELL, GLENN & CO., 176 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS Manufacturers' Agents and-Dealers^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. Ou...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 21 püREKA F LASTI6 PAMT ¡I Has stood the tests of time dur- ¡I ing twenty-five years and has ^ II never been found wanting. . . . j| por 5!?is Brai?d as it j-laj J^o peer for DURABILITY, BEAUTY ANO ECONOMY..—.«v- For Sale By Texas Pacific Mercantile and Mfg. Co., THITvliKU, TEXAS. Martin Casey. Chas. J. Swasey. Oscar Seligman Sam. Levy. Casey, Swasey & Co. .... WHOLESALE .... LIQUORS and CIGARS. Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated Kentucky Comfort , Topofthe Morning WHISKIES. Lorb Worbl), Tpx. .The This Space is Reserved for James W. Tufts' Soda Fountain .... Manufacturers Boston, = = - Mass. r HIS space will be occupied by O O O ÍJQHN V. HAÜLENBEEK, OF NEW YORK CITY, O O o To tell you of ..The merits of A Soup Preparation. P The " Ad." of Geo. K. McMechen, Son & Co., of Wheeling, West Va. Will Occupy this Space, Preservers of Choice ^ Fruits in Glass & Tin. pire Buff Buildi^ Bri^( - Sewer Pipe, And other fire clay goods. Estimates on any article in the f...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER PRICE BROS. & CO., evansville, ind. manufactures s Beds, Bureaus, Dressers, and all kinds ; ^ -of Tables. Prices from 6oc to $30. Write for Catalogue and Price List. BLANKES e*POSjriONtOT£EP0T Wby is delicious coffee a rare lux- T. IT- TO Because you do not use the HP ht coffee and make it properly !• Everybody can enjoy this luxury by P uREAT gei wCOFFEE BLANKE'S PATENT DRIP / >- ~— COFFEE POT And using Blanke's Pulverized Cof- fee- Two Pound of this Coffee used n this Pot will make more and bet- ter Coffee than will three Pound of ordinary ground Coffee in any other lot. 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. FRANK KAHS. L. MORRIS. H. MORRIS « BRG., A^ANUFACTURERS Jeans Clothing', WORKINGMEN'S PANTS. Will Not Rip. Double seamed and Hand Tacked. 303 MAIN' ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. Handled by Texas Pacific Me...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 23 ¡93! Im Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co.f WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES, DRY *GOODS, >— ^ —c riillinery, Hardware, Drugs, Produce, PROVISIONS AND FEED. OUR GOODS ARE ALWAYS OF THE BEST QUALITY, AND OUR PRICES LOWER THAN THE SAME GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT FOR ELSE- WHERE IN THE STATE. Yoli will Find on hand At all times ^ In our Different Departments Every article Usually found | In any Frst- class Store. we defy competition either as to It is no Trouble To Answer Questions, And a Pleasure To Show Our Goods. IF IT IS YOUR DESIRE TO BUY THE BEST GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY. COME AND SEE US AND SATISFY YOUR OWN MIND BY A PERSONAL INSPECTION. If you don't See what you Want, ask For it. WE BUY ...produe^... Of every kind, paying for the same full market Value in cash. M fcai lilll&iir HLL iflZE HSK IS H FHIR TRIHL, Feeling Confident we Can Satisfy the Most Skeptical

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 16 February 1895

24 THE TEXAS MINER ♦ WHY IS THEN Texas Brewing Company's Beer THE BEST THAT IS BREWED? AND Why do Our Texas Judges of Beer Pronounce It the Best? = BECAUSE 1= Millie I I iMifilill m n«if? (Sil©ÜW fliUiiííí gCOQ Eb fob? pTH, 11 11* 11 ¥ 1st. The Artesian Water they use is the finest, softest water in the United States; and, 2d. Because the Malt used cannot be excelled; and, 3d. Because the machinery is of the latest pattern; and, 4th. Because the Brewer employed has no superior; and, 6th. 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 best that can be 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 mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

'.nut'""!* VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AIARCH 23, 1895. NO. 10. FLASHES OF THOUGHT. We think our fathers fools, so wise we grow; Our wiser sons, no doubt, will think us so. [Pope. Screw your courage to the sticking-place, And we'll not fail. The coward never on himself relies, But to an equa) for assistance Hies. [Shakespeare. —[Crabbe. What valor were it, when a cur doth grin, For one to thrust his hand between his teeth. When he might spurn him with his foot away? —[Shakespeare. Then come the wild weather, come sleet or come snow. We will stand by each other, however it blow. Oppression, and sickness, and sorrow, and pain Shall be to our true love as links to the chain. —[Longfellow. The brave man seeks not popular applause, Nor, overpowered with arms, deserts his cause; Unsham'd. though foil'd, he does the best he can, Force is of brutes, but honor is of man. — [Dryden. How many cowards, whose hearts are all as false As stairs of sand, wear yet upon their chins The beards o...

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

THE TEXAS M!NER. ofWashington, treasurer of the Evening Star, and one of the board of directors and of the executive committee of the Asso- ciated Press. The cattlemen's convention, the nineteenth annua! meeting of the Cattle Raisers' association, at Fort Worth was more largely attended than any previous meeting of the kind, and great en- thusiasm existed. Fort Worth was selected as the next place of meeting. There is a suspicion that political chicanery may prevent legis- lation demanded by the community, but political destruction will await any man, at Albany or elsewhere, who preverfts the legis- lation now demanded by the business men of this city.—[Edward M. Shepard. In the circuit court at Vernon, Ala., the Southern Express com- pany got judgment for $4,000 against Allen H. Burrows, father and administrator of Rube Burrows, the celebrated train robber. The verdict was the amount of money of which Rube Burrows had robbed the company. The New Woman is also making her appearance ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

THE TEXAS MtNER. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES. FORT WORTH, March iq, i8q=;. Editor TEXAS MiNER: C. !). Bowman of the Rock Island office is out, after several weeks' sickness. W . H. Quigg, assistant genera! freight agent for the Cotton Beit, was in from Tyler. A. S. Dodge, genera! traffic manager of the Cotton Belt, was here Monday from St. Louis. E. G. Barnard is in charge of the Pacific Express transfer office at the Union depot now. J. L. Pennington, live stock agent of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe, went south Monday. A. A. Judges, superintendent of the Pullman Palace Car company, spent Friday in Dallas. J.W.Watson, night yardmaster of the Texas & Pacific, is confined to his bed from sickness. The state passenger agents met Saturday at Dallas and several from Fort Worth were in attendance. Ex-Governor R. B. Hubbard was in the city Wednesday and departed for the south the same evening. J. A. Edson, general superintendent of the Cotton Belt, head- quarters at Tyler, was in the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McAOAMS, EDtTOR. SUBSCRtPTtON RATES: One Year $t.oo. Single Copies $c. PUBLISH ED E VER V SATtJRDAY. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1895. THE F!NANC!AL ECL!P3E. rjOLLOWING is an extract from a letter from Messrs. YVat- i son & Gibson: '-Last Sunday night the people were scan- ning the heavens to witness the eclipse of the moon, promised us by astronomers. We are used to eclipses of all sorts in the finan- cial and commercial world, eclipses that are as bad as collisions, so that last Sunday night's eclipse was merely a harmless and aesthetic entertainment. One observes such a phenomenon with a sense of awe and of appreciation of the genius of man, who has so scientifically studied the heavenly bodies, as to be able long beforehand to predict the event. We regret that political econo- my is not an equally exact science, so that one may predict, not the eclipse in the financial system, for that is already present, but the moment when...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

THE TEXAS MiNER. EL) PERKtNS' PLA)N FACTS. THE SUGAR BOUNTY. y J* a tariff does not enhance domestic prices, why give sugar pro- I ducers a bounty in lieu of the removed sugar tariff? THEODORE J. WERNER. Newark, N. J., January 26, 1895. Eli's answer to the above query is as follows: "Tariff does enhance the price of sugar and the poor pay it. A bounty of $12,000,000 would be paid by the rich almost exclusively. It would bring the sugar industry to America. It was pushing sugar up in to Georgia, all over Southern Florida, Alabama. Louisiana and up the Brazos in Texas. In a few years with the bounty we would have had the industry and kept $60,000,000 going annually to Cuba and Germany. Germany commenced paying this bounty years ago and now she makes her own $40- 000,000 worth of sugar and sells us $20,000,000 worth every year. We have cut off that bounty and our people are plowing up sugar and putting in cotton. Sugar houses are burning up in Louisiana and the underwriters have refuse...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

THE TEXAS MtNER. in 4 per cent. Government bonds. They don't shrink with hard times, so that my money wilt go a good wavs." "But, do you caH this patriotic?" I asked. "What do I care about patriotism or prosperity ? What do I care if they do plow up sugar and put in more cotton in Texas ? What do I care whether we pay $80,000,000 for sugar in Ger- many or Cuba, or make it at home and keep our own money and our own people at work ? What do I care if we do buy cheap-labor tin in Wales and let our factory rot down ? I am for Lispenard Astor. With free trade I know my neighbor's property will shrink and his wages will go down, but my bonds won't shrink. Four-cent cotton and 50-cent wheat and 60-cent labor suit me, and the rest I will buy in Germany made by 30-cent labor." Mr. Baker of Galveston, we do have logical, smart, free-trad- ers in the North. Mr. Astor is a type of hundreds of them— and I'm sorry to say that many ignorant laboring men, who don't think Protection protects the wor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

THE TEXAS MiNER. 7 before the play begins,and between the acts. One of the recita- tions wiH be given by Miss May Mitchell, and another by Miss Olive West of Weatherford. The proceeds are to go to Mrs. Lucy E. Wilson, whose husband, J. M. Wilson, was killed in the mines last November. Miss Mary Edwards has taken the char- acter of Lilly Ashton, formerly assigned to JVtiss Florence DePoys- ter, but who was compelled on account of sickness to give it up. Admission 35 and go cents. On last Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliam Morgan Lewis gave the Epworth Leaguers and their other friends a farewell re- ception. A large number were present, and enjoyed themselves greatly. We could not help regretting that Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and family were going to leave us. but all wish them well in their new venture. They departed for Strawn Tuesday. LOCAL NOTES. We want agents to take subscriptions for THE TEXAS MiNER, and will pay 25 cents commission for each subscription of $1 for THE TEXAS MiNER for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

8 THE TEXAS MtNER. PERSONAL MENTION. Willie Goe is suffering from an attack of diphtheria. Mr. John S. Ball is out again after a severe attack of measles. Mr. Jake Wright of the dry goods department visited his old home, Granbury, this week. Willie Looney, THE MtNER's -'devil," is wrestling with an at- tack of la grippe this week. Miss Allie Orendorf of Gordon was the guest of her friend, Miss Wavie Smith of this place, this week. Mrs. John Douglas of Eastland county, formerly of this place, was here trading Tuesday and Wednesday. "Deacon" Taylor (and that's no josh) returned from Fort Worth Tuesday, where he went Saturday last. Miss Wavie Smith of this place visited friends in Gordon last week, and was the guest of Miss Allie Orendorf. Mr. William Matthews of Pennsylvania, brother of Jim Mat- thews of No. 8, arrived last week and surprised his brother and family. Mr. William Allen, who has for so long and acceptably filled the position of cashier in the hardware department, has res...

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

THE TEXAS M!NER. 9 THE BABY OVER THE WAY. Across in my neighbor's window, With its folds of satin and !ace, I see with its crown of ringlets, A baby's innocent lace. The throng in the street look upward, And every one, grave and gay, Has a nod and smite for the baby In the mansion over the way. Just here in my cottage window, His chin in his dimpled hands, And a patch on his faded apron, The chifd that I live for stands. He has kept my heart from breaking For many a weary day; And his face is as pure and handsome As the baby's over the way. Sometimes when we sit together, My grave little man of three Sore vexes me with the question: "Does Cod, up in heaven, like me?" And I say: "Yes my darling." Though I almost answer "Nay," As I see the nursery candles In the mansion over the way. And oft when I draw the stockings From his little tired feet, And loosen the clumsy garments From his limbs, so round and sweet, I grow too bitter for singing, My heart too heavy to pray, As I think of th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

to THE TEXAS MtNER. a way by which the pap could be gathered and proceeded to put it into effect, by getting an amendment tacked to the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill, authorizing the 'immediate Oiling of all vacancies. That bill was not signed until the morning of March 4. Then there was a rush to get nominations for the vacancies filled before noon. Sixteen succeeded. DIPLOMATIC ETIQUETTE. The small portion of the world which regards diplomatic eti- quette as the strongest and most unalterable law of the universe —a sort of modern edition of the revised statutes of the Medes and Persians—are in a state bordering on distraction because of several serious infractions of that etiquette which have lately oc- curred in Washington. The first of these awful and woe-inspir- ing catastrophes occurred when Assistant Secretary of State Uhl— it's now pronounced like the Indian's '"-Ugh!" by the mourners in the diplomatic circle—so far forgot his kindergarten lessons in diplomacy as to receiv...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. tt $12.50 same week last year. Sales of wool for the week were 4,683,200 pounds against 5,351,700 for the same week last year; and for 10 weeks of 1895 sales have been 53,001,515 against 42,458,461 for the corresponding time last year. While there has been no change m prices from last week, there is a better feeling in the market. In the industries there are indications Of improvement. The agreement between the bituminous coal operators mentioned last week has been consummated and the Pittsburg strike settled. In the anthracite trade prices have been depressed, by production in excess of the wants of the market, to a lower point than in many years, Lehigh coal having been sold at $2.80 per ton, f. o. b. in New York harbor. There is a movement on foot, however, for another combination which will probably advance prices. In iron and steel the weekly output of furnaces in blast March 1 was 156,979 tons against 163,391 tons February 2. While consumption continues on a l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 23 March 1895

)2 THE TEXAS MINER. Syrup. We have just placed in stock the T. & P. Co.'s Amber Drips very choice syrups, per gallon, 40c. Same in kegs of three gallons each, per keg $1.40. T. & P. Co.'s Fancy Honey Drips, per gallon 50c. T. & P. Perfection Drips in 1-gallon painted cans, with noz- zle, 75c a can. T. & P. MERCANTILE & MFG. Co. You (lot '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. MrilHant Coai 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. When in need of ? TTCILOR FfHDE ? Clothing REACT MACE SUITS, # FINE # UNDERWEAR Hosiery, Neckwear HHTS, Send your orders to us. Self-meas- urments sent on application. Suits made to order ...

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