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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

asís VOL. 2. THURBER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1895. NO. 13 FLASHES OF THOUGHT. . ■ —_— . We need, each and all, to be needed, To feel we have something to give Toward soothing the moan of earth's hunger; And we know that then only we live When we feed one another, as we have been fed From the hand that gives body and spirit their bread. . —[Lucy Larcom. Woman does all she can to make herself irresistable and then orders man to keep his distance. It's a hard job sometimes for a man to be a "good fellow,rand a good husband and father at the same time. Considering the opportunities the Lord has for finding out peo- ple, it is difficult to see where he gets any angels. The fate of war is to be exalted in the morning, and low enough at night. There is but one step from triumph to ruin [Napoleon. Vicissitude of fortune which spares neither man nor the proud- est of his works, but buries empires and cities in a common grave [Gibbon. If any one says he has seen a just man in want of brea...

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

THE TEXAS MINER. Japan and China, the Japs to receive $250,000,000 silver and the island of Formosa. Under the circumstances China gets off cheap, if that is the settlement. Free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver, with full legal tender qualities, is required by the best interests of mankind, for all countries and for each country. I he money lenders are the exception.—[Anson Walcott. Cleveland's Wall street friend, Benedict, is building a large steam yacht to take Cleveland around the world. No doubt Ken- edict has made the price of half a dozen yachts out of the Cleve- land bonds. He can afford to give him a "blow out." Reports to the director of the mint show coinage during the month of March, 1895, as follows: Gold, $2,866,102; silver, $573 575 minor coins, $70,195; total coinage, $3,909,835 Of the silver coined $100,290 was in standard dollars. Wanamaker of Philadelphia, the late Postmaster General un der Harrison, has bought out the old A. T. Stewart dry goods business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. FORT WORTH RAILWAY NOTES. Fort Worth, April 8, 1895. Editor Texas Miner: Robert E. Lee Cooke of the Union depot telegraph office spent Sunday at Savoy. Howard Reyer of the Texas & Pacific local freight office has been promoted to rate clerk. All roads centering here from the south and west are expect- ing a heavy run of cattle north soon. Thomas Taylor, assistant civil engineer of the Missouri, Kan- sas & Texas, died at Denison April 1. M. Murphy, division roadmaster of the Texas & Pacific, head- quarters at Dallas, was in the city Friday. Capt. Joe Scully of the Texas & Pacific gravel pit east of the •city spent Sunday in the city with his family. The Fort Worth & Rio Grande is hauling lots of stock just now en route to the Indian Territory pastures. E. D. Wolf, special agent of the Queen and Crescent, head- quarters at Cincinnaci, was in the city Monday. J. H. Bond, traveling accountant of the Texas & Pacific, Headquarters at Dallas, was in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. THE TEXAS MINER WALTER B. McADAMS, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year Single Copies Advertising Rates made known on application to the Business Office. $i.oo. 5C* PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Entered at the Post-Office in Thurber, Texas, as Second-Class Mail Matter. Thurber, Texas, Saturday, April 13, 1895. A WORKINGS OF PROTECTION AND MONOMETALISM. LL that we have to do to know how and why a protective tariff is beneficial to our country is to bring the workings of it right down to our own town, county or state. Here in this town we have a population óf over 4,000 people; we have a pro- duct (coal) that we produce which brings in, say, $60,000 to $75,000 a month; this is trie product of labor, and by far the larger portion is paid out for labor. We have to bring in many supplies from outside to fill our daily wants. We bring potatoes from Colorado, corn from Kansas, hay from other counties in Texas and from New Mexico, beets, onions, celery, apples, cab- bage, etc.,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. can put a Chinese wall around our country. All we have to buy is coffee, tea and rubber. We are a little world extending from the frigid to the torrid zone. We are not Sweden or Greece. COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL. 4¿nPHE ratio between silver and gold," said Coin, "prior to 1 1873 in the United States was fixed at 16 to 1, and for the purposes of coining token silver dollars is still the ratio—that is, the silver in a silver dollar is just sixteen times as heavy as the gold in a gold dollar. Or to reverse it, the gold in a gold dollar is just 1-5 ith the weight of the silver in a silver dollar. "Up to 1834, when the ratio was 15 to 1, the gold in a gold dollar was i-i6th the weight of the silver in a silver dollar. When the ratio was changed to 16 to 1, the quantity of gold in a gold dollar was lessened and made i-i6th the weight of the sil- ver in a silver dollar. "The quantity of silver in the silver dollar was not disturbed. It being the unit, was respected, and rema...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. long. It is like handicapping the champion by giving his op- ponent half the distance of the race." The Japanese producer, whether of agricultural or manufac- tured products, finds that an ounce of silver will pay nearly the same wages, the same taxes, the same rentals, the same inter- ests on his silver loans, etc., as twenty years ago. There are plenty of authorities for this statement. We need cite only one: George Jamison, the British ConsuJ-General, at Shanghai. He says: "Wages, rents and taxes have not varied in silver-using countries, or have varied only within narrow limits, and from causes unconnected with the relation of gold to silver." From this it fellows that the cost of production of Japanese products has not increased in consequence of the depreciation of silver in the bullion markets of the world. All these considerations and enough more to fill a book could be adduced to show that Japan is more than satisfied with her silver standard, and that she ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 7 TRUE AS PROOFS OF HOLY WRIT. THE truth is that if the United States Government fully re- monetized silver it would not be long alone in such a sa- gacious course, inasmuch as all the gold-using countries of the world would be compelled to do likewise or see the people of the United States commanding the trade of the silver-using world and enjoying a glorious prosperity, while the gold mono- metalic nations would go on suffering ever greater and greater poverty and wretchedness until they followed the example set them by the great Republic of the Western Hemisphere [John C. Henderson, in Rhodes' Journal of Banking. PLATFORM OF THE AMERICAN BIMETALIC PARTY. THE money question is now indisputably the dominant issue in the United States, and will remain so until settled and set- tled rightly. Other questions, however important, must wait for this, which, to a greater or less extent, involves all others. The issue is between the gold standard, gold bonds and bank ■curr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

3 THE TEXAS MINER. make money rapidly, and capital is flowing into the many differ- ent channels of mining, manufacture and trade and largely into the cultivation of coffee. Land is low in price, labor is plentiful and cheap, liberty of action is secured under the present govern- ment of Diaz, and the people seem pleased to have foreigners come and help develop the great natural resources of the coun- try. Not one word did we hear of jealousy of foreigners. The robber bands who formerly made life and property insecure have been put down, and now a person can travel in any portion of Mexico with as little danger as in the United States. Railway fares are as cheap on most of the railways as in the United States. We purchased at El Paso a ticket from there to the City of Mexico over the Mexican Central, 1224 miles, and back to San Antonio over the Mexican National, 998 miles, for $47, which was less than 2 cents a mile. Through tickets are al- lowed 150 pounds baggage. Customs regulati...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 9 let-live" basis it would be better for all. They will have to come to it sooner or later, for neither side can long cheat in the game without coming to the point of a Bowie knife or the muzzle of a revolver. These elements are gradually being ruled out of the game and— "The common-sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe, And a peaceful world will slumber, rapt in universal law." F. B. T. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. [Special Correspondence of The Texas Minek.] Washington, April 8, 1895. THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. THE United States supreme court has got itself and nearly everybody else in a stew over its decision of the income tax case. There was a leak somewhere, and a copy of the decision in full was sold by somebody to the Washington correspondent of the Chicago Tribune for. it is said, a high price. While the members of the court are fuming about the leak and trying to lo- cate it, nearly everybody else, except the lawyers, who look for fat pickings fro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

10 THE TEXAS MINER. 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 1895. You can just say it is the bright- est weekly in Texas, and you will be telling the exact truth. Mart, honest Injun, now—were you afraid to tackle the storm house ? Our bakery is to be overhauled and put in first-class shape. Eh, Ferd? The Bungalow yard is just lovely now—but Julius says he is not satisfied with it yet. The stranger in our midst is impressed with the sociability of "our boys." Never was a band of brothers more united. R. H. Ward was showiug us this week some imported Catal- ona jacks which were sent out to the R. D. Hunter ranch. Friends, if you don't know it you should—"Pride of the Kitch- en" scouring soap is just right and sells at only 5 cents a cake. The Estelle Brothers are as good musicians as they are paint- ers, as good painters as they are musicians—they excel in both. Don't fo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. II 3rtfcex to Display Ctbrertisemertts. attorneys at law. Page. W. T. League, Fort Worth 22 Cook & Vincent, Stephenville 12 butchers' sufplies. Gus V. Brecht Butchers' Supply Company, St. Louis 19 hats and caps. Ballard, Webb & Burnett, Dallas 15 White, Branch & McConkin, St. L 20 Kainwater-Donoghy Hat Co., St. Louis 19 clothing. ■Ohio Suspender Co., Mansfield, Ohio 21 A. & L. August, Fort Worth 11 Washer Bros., Fort Worth 13 Peter A. Casey & Co., St. Louis 13 C. P. Kellogg & Co., Chicago . 22 Less Bros. & Co., St. Louis 19 M. Born & Co., Chicago 19 H. Morris &Bro., Memphis . 22 Epstein-Rosenberg Co., St. Louis. 15 drugs . J. W. CrowdusDrug Co., Dallas 12 John Wyeth & Bro., Philadelphia 15 Botanic Medicine Co., New York. 15 H. W. Williams & Co., Ft.Worth 15 Meyer Bros. Drug Co., St. Louis. 13 Texas Drug Co., Dallas 17 C. W. Connery, Fort Worth 14 dry goods. Ely & Walker. St. Louis 21 Clark's Mile-End Spool Cotton, New ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

12 THE TEXAS MINER. l?e trailers INSURANCE CO. BECAUSE Is Universally Given The Preference, It is the oldest, largest and strongest. Its STABILITY is unquestioned. It always deals justly and honestly with insurers. It pays every honest claim promptly and with least possible trouble and annoy- ance. For the above and other reasons its poli- cies are worth more than those issued by other companies. These Figures Tell their Own Story: Paid bv all other Loes,ts PAID" TH0 TRKiZELERS INSURHNCG Companies $46,003.89 CO. P7IID MORE MONEY TO Paid by Travelers CLHIMHNTS IN TEXHS DUR- Excess aidbv'the 68'252-85 INC 1893 THHN HLL OTHER Travelers over all OCCIDENT COMPANIES COM- Conipanies Com-inn 0*0 qd BINED.—From 1894 Texas Insurance bined 30 Report. THE BEST COMPANY IS THE ONE THAT DOES THE MOST GOOD. For Information or rates, apply to HENRY F. BURT, Agt, Room 303, Trust Co, BTd, DALLAS, TEXAS. Keeping Well is easier than getting well. Regular habits and proper at- tention to diet will insure...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 13 "A tastily, well dressed man wields more influence, than the same man slovenly dressed." Washer Brothers, J1A1N ST., FORT WORTH, Opposite ckwick H the Pick ; Hotel, flry ^rtists \v) WEN'S DRESS. I No tailors in this country can fur- nish Neater, Bet- ter Fitting . B 5 • • FINE • CLOTHING THAN WE DO A GREAT COMBINE @ © © © © miners' sunshine ^upiop Oil, V "A We do please the most fastidious gentlemen in their garments. We also carry a very large stock of Ready M.ade Clobl)ir)^> eat 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. i. p. waud. d. j. edmonds. j. c. bouton". Waud, Edmonds & Bouton, Public Accountants and Auditors, Golden Axle Grease. waters pierce oil co., DHLLHS, TEXHS. We have known one of the above firm for twenty-five years, and he understands book-keeping as thoroughly as any man on this conti- nent— and besides, he is thoroughly reliable, fai...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

14 THE TEXAS MINER. Ask for FARGO SHOES CALF SHOE •C-H-F&Co- CHICAGO- AT THE = I i Texas Pacific Mercan= ! tile & Mfg. Co., THURBER, TEX. LADIES' BOOT, j i C-HF&Co- ¡ It -CHICAGO- i| 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, PURE o Economical, Full Weight, TRAD HEALTHFUL # Satisfaction Guarateed, - /j pO^ 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, ) \ 57, 59, 61,63 & 65 Fulton Sts., Branch Factory Opp. 74, 76 « 78 So. Peters, 1 „ . And 11, 13, & 15 Commerce Sts. P. 0. Box 701, j uriediib, Ld. To Miners r The Texas & Pacific C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 15 HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT © BELTON © Poultry Yards and Kennels BELTON, BELL COUNTY, J. C. COLLINS & SON, TEXAS. PROPR'S. BREEDERS OF SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORNS, Silver-Laced Wyandotts, Buff Cochins, Pekin Ducks. Scotch Collie and St. Bernard (crossed) Dogs, And Registered Berkshire Hogs. We have nothing in our breeding pens that scores less than 90 Points, and several 93 and 94. WE HAVE QUITE A NICE LOT OF GOOD BREEDING STOCK! (Leghorns.) Not scoring 90 points, that we will sell at from $1.50 to $2.00 Each for Hens AND $2.50 to $3.00 for Cocks. EXHIBITION BIRDS, A HATTER OF CORRESPONDENCE. Leghorn Eggs, $2.00 per 13. Wyandotte Eggs, $3.00 per 13. Buff Cochin Eggs, $3.00 per 13. Pekin Duck Eggs, $2.00 per 11. Eggs shipped in light baskets and fowls in light, canvas coops. WRITE FOR WANTS. J. C. Collins & Son. AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS MILLAR'S: • •• pepai^Spiees s AT WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION CHICAGO, 1893. Something Novel! • • • Sifting Top! Preservative Pack...

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

16 THE TEXAS MINER. Roethlisberger & Gerber, 22 & 24 River Street, ^■-^CHICAGO, ■ Importers of and Dealers in— — Foreign and Domestic Garlington & Montgomery, Wholesale Dealers in CHEESE. Domestic Swiss Cheese and ^Brick Cheese a Specialty. Sold by Texas Pacific Mercantile & Mfg. Co. ® MADE IN AMERICA BY AMERICAN WORKMEN. « ABS012ÜTEI2Y THE RISHEST CUTLERY. ^ ^ # QUALITY. ©. V. B. Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co., Chicago, III. Sold by Texas Pacific M. & M. Co. Factories: Tampa, Florida, and New York. S6IDENBERG & GO'S ... •v^ • CIGARS • Received Highest Award at Columbian World's Fair and California Mid Winter Exposition. Office and Salesrooms: 1st Ave. & 74th St., New York. F. H. BLANKENMEISTER, Prest. F. BREMERMANN, Sec. and Treas. £outs^=^ (Slassartb (Dueenstpare (£0. Ho. 5\6 to 520 H. Hlain St., .St. louts. We sell them. Nickerson Patent Bolt SHEARS and SCISSORS, • Made to use by # The Davenport Cutlery Co. Davenport, Iowa. Texas Pacific Mercanti...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 17 vltt DE MARK HANDLED BY THE TEXAS PACIFIC MERCANTILE & MFG. CO. Cameron Mill | Elevator Co., Fort Worth and Waco, Texas. COMBINED DAILY CAPACITY. 2000 Barrels. Texas Flour from Texas Wheat for Texas people. No better made anywhere. STRONGEST * TAYLOR ■0' Beware of imitations. Be sure to get the original. Made only by TAYLOR MFG. CO., ST. LOUIS. BRINK AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Mexican Grape Cider, and Delaware Peach Wine, and Florida Orange Cider, and go to bed sober and happy. The above beverages are manufactured by Cfye Ctrtesiau 2Hfg. & Bottling €o., WACO, TEXAS. use: MILE-END best six gord For flachine or Hand Use. roasteb eerFEE. « We are now operating a Coffee Roasting De- partment for the purpose of supplying the Texas Trade with Fresh Parched Coffee of the best quality and most Delicate Blends, and whose aroma has not evap- orated by along journey from distant markets. We recommend our m APEX BRAND as at least equal to any standard brand on the market...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 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. ME BKCK UP EAZERY STHTEM6NT 810 n. 2nd street, st. louis, mo. Of TV/' CORRUGTAED IRON, ^ * V Crimped Roofing, Your Pressed Standing Seam, 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. LIQUORS FOR Medicinal and Family Uses We are the distillers of "Echo Sprint:," "Wood- -X- ford Countv," " Horse Shoe" and "Snjrar Valley," * which are strictly pure and mallow* Hand made -X-sjsE-X- * Sour Mash, Bourbon and R\'e Whiskies. We * guarantee these «roods to he the host in the World S. GRAOFELOER S CO, Louisville, Kentucky. EHfí SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP. the ^expenses of life. iviaKes ciotnes whitest. Lasts long- est- Unlike other soap it is as...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

THE TEXAS MINER. 19 Write for Catalogue, © o c 3 © THE MARTIN-BROWN CO., Prices and Terms —c-x . . . Importers and Jobbers of . . . ©=^ O . - :: - ' . VJL/ill f\. U/at^ir? /TVjsK Qofnpavy, 269 MAIN ST., DALLAS, TEX. ®= Steinway, Fischer |JJ & Newby & Evans ridllOo © Farrand& Votey and Hillstrom Organs © All Kinds of Flusical Instruments. For the Economy of the Household, the Happiness of the Family, a Qood Cooking Stove ls lndis''ensab|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 (róndale, Wasp and Almo for coal, or the Home and Premium Box for wood. The Texas fixture go., FORT WORTH, TEXAS. DEALERS - IN . . Saloon Fixtures, Billiard and Pool Tables and Suppli...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Miner — 13 April 1895

20 THE TEXAS MINER Imperial Qream. Is the concentrated product of pure milk combined with pure cream. IMPERIAL CREAM is about twenty per cent, richer, and is also of finer flavor, than any of the various brands offered under the name of "Evaporated Cream. IMPERIAL CREAM is a copy of nothing else. It is the first of its kind. Imperial Cream is an original cre- ation—by a modern Michael Angelo. Not even Chauncey M. Depew can tell its history. It has not yet caught up with history, but is going that way. IMPERIAL CREAM, not being like anything else, is of course unlike "Evaporated Cream," which is pro- duced from milk only. THIS COMPANY indulges in 110 fine talk about "famous dairy districts," "rich pastures," "selected cows," or supernatural cows. A cow cannot be coaxed, nor bribed, nor bamboozled, nor buncoed into the habit of giving better milk for other milk companies than for this company. There is a pure and wholesome quality of fresh milk beyond which there is no better. This is...

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