The Texas Miner, Volume 1, Number 7, March 3, 1894 Page: 5
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THE TEXAS MINER.
least felt. The entire sugar business of this country is in the
hands of a trust, which levies its tribute on every dealer in the
land, which fixes the price in every little village, and the govern-
ment should put its hand upon it and make it pay its share of
supporting the government. The probabilities are that the duty
of i cent per pound levied on sugar would not raise the cost to
the consumer one particle, but even if it did it is the easiest tax
to collect that can be levied. Further, it will protect the sugar
industry ot this country, which is just beginning to grow to im-
mense proportions. Then, if more is needed, put a tax of $i a
barrel on beer, which is one of the fairest that can be levied.
It is a time of peril to the party. I would sound the alarm:
"To your tents, oh Israel !" Unless we can bring about a change
in the administration—unless we can stop this so-called Wilson
bill in Congress—we shall go down, as a party, to hopeless de-
feat at the next election, and it will be years before the people
will trust us again. We want Congress to stop experimenting
for the benefit of a few theorists and scholars. Let them turn
their attention toward providing for the exegencies of the treas-
ury; let them reduce the expenses of the government in every
way possible. It this is all done while we may lose temporarily
on account of mistakes already made the people will soon real-
ize that they can trust us. In the success which will then come
none will rejoice more than we the followers of our patron saint.
Thk Miner is placed in the postoffice at Thurber to your ad-
dress for one year for $i, in advance; you can secure single
copies at The Miner office, from newsboys, or at the drug
store for 5 cents a copy. Those desiring copies to send, to
friends abroad can secure them at this office, wrapped ready for
mailing, postage paid, for 3 cents a copy, in lots 01 five or more.
. . OR
M risers and PucLdl ers
i LONG CUT 4
B. Leidersdorf Co.
Padgitt Bros., Dallas,
Saddlery, Harris, Collar^ Bridles, Etc
CARRY a large stock of Buggies, all kinds of Leather,
boot and shoe Uppers, half soles, Brass shoe nails, Iron
stands with ? sizes feet, Heel braces, Shoe blacking, etc.
Any Goods in Our Line we can supply Promptly through
The Texas & Pacific Coal Co.
Chas. J. Swasey,
Casey, Swasey fe C o.
.... WHOLESALE ....
LIQUORS and CIGARS.
Sole Proprietors of the Celebrated
, Kentucky Comfort',',
Top of the Morning''
I' orb Vorblj, T^x.
W. T. LEAGUE, "
T T ATTORNEY AT LAW,
b orb W or hi), Texas.
ATTORNEY FOR TEXAS. .& PACIFIC' COAX,"<CO.
SWISS LAUNDRY SOAP
Guaranteed the Best for All Purposes
for which soap is made.
GUASRANTEED? BY The Waples-Platter Grocer Co.
Largest Distributors of Groceries in Texas.
HOUSES: Fort worth, Deimison and Gainesville, Tex.
F, L. Carroll, President.
G. R. ferguson, Vice-President.
J, N. Gilbert, Sec'y and Treas.
L. B. Pipkin, Asst. Sec'y and Treas.
Beaumont Lumber Co.
Manufacturers of Rough, Dressed and Sized
Long Leaf Yellow Pine
Ties, Railroad and Mining Timbers a Specialty.
Stock of Dimension, Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Etc., Etc.
On Hand, Eight Million Feet,
annual Shipments, Fifty million feet.
Please write or wire us for prices.
We guarantee prompt ship-
ments and good lumber.
Medicinal and Family Uses
We are the distillers of "Echo Sprint;," "Wood-
ford Countv," "Horse Shoe" and "Sugar Valley,"
*#* which are strictly pure and mellow Hand-made
* Sour Mash, Bourbon and Rye Whiskies. We
guarantee these goods to be the best in the VVorld
S. GRABFELDER 8 CO.,
The right kind of men that want Land on
Favorable Terms should apply at the office of
I\ ar)d P. Coal C
1 have for sale 400 Half and Three-Quarter Bred Perdieron
Mares, mostly in foal by Imported Stallions. These Mares are
from the Celebrated Arbuckles
"P. O.'7 WYOMING HORSE! RANCH,*
Ages from Three to Six Years. The finest Percheron Stock ever
brought to Texas. Will be sold on time to approved buyers.
A Large Number of them Broke to Harness. Apply to
R. H. WARD,
ore J re. WILLIAMS.
Drink! Drink! Drink!
(Of Fort Worth.)
Soda Water. Ginger Ale and Cider.
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McAdams, Walter B. The Texas Miner, Volume 1, Number 7, March 3, 1894, newspaper, January 27, 1894; Thurber, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200454/m1/5/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.