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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1888

♦"'HUd!,4,^, ... ''fcwmT - . i i A I VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1888. NO. 25. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ■. B. HABT. JNO. T. C'HAIIDOCK. HART & CRADDOCIC, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texah. Practice in the District and inferior courta of the Htate and the Supreme and Cederal Courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Offers his professional sen-Ices to tho people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all tho Courts of the State and the Federal Court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, A B Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. will practice in all the Courta of the entn Judicial District. Special at- .iition given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate l*nd titles; render and pay taxes on same. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courta of Wood and sur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1888

J t 'i'lie Minuola WfctMonitor. '4 i'ciiij -ijkh i:\ i:i:v *a j i j:i \ v iiv Cote & Teagarden. Sailii *«hi.v, >I«r<-!i I /, ! vVv>. Im-Lid II1 ::«!«■ v Colli oj < ivr.. a worn lie i I. at (ill. Will- Point disco vcrv. !\ll t<•!'<'• I ill 11 lit | oilier I lit: ' lllill Ii I ■I < 11II1 - annoi N<:i;mi:vrs. hi It -iij tin tight against that great trI • >111 • •: Ol die people is .to I)" 1 Villi -1 . "'I f • Vim Zandt i \V 'I ■ 1 unity: ! hat tlie ( hi'onieii ha- -lglie'1 tilt -command of the army ol oji|>o-iiioii ;ijj:iiii.il ilit i.ii 1 >or ' ngan. -ii In -penk. in favoi of tlie MoMT'il:, and (hilt the seal of win' i; to he changed to Wood eollnty. 'h Wood county the Organ says its circiilatioiii- not so great ;is tlinl of the Mn.MTOIl Cliol I j IIII e ). The wondei'I'liI oiniliscjeiicc of the La- bor Organ :i;-' ii leiwler is simply liiiI'iieldoll -. l!lil il is Dot what the l-.-aking of conventions to noni* ;i . di ll-gates to till! National Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1888

\- , r —r- 4 y The Mineola Weekly Monitor. * SUBSCltlPTION PRICE: J One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months .75 One Copy, Four Months 50 ]' —Caspary keePs all kinds of country produce. ^ Fresh tomatoes, radishes, etc. just received at Andrews'. Special bargains in drugh at R. Vnnstrong's, Cage's old stand. Don't forget to call on the new drug firm of R. T. Smith & Co., successors to J. A. Caspary. IR. T. Smith & Co. are stocking up the Caspary drug store with fresh drugs. —Julius Caspary's stock of dry goods will soon be complete. New goods arriving daily. —You can buy anything you need in the dry goods and grocery line from Julius Caspary. R. S. Brock's saloon, fronting the depot, is getting to be the gen- eral resort of pleasure seekers. Don't forget R. S. Brock's saloon when you want a first-class drink. None but the finest liquors kept. —All prescriptions and recipes will receive prompt attention at Frank Anderson s& Co.'s. —Rt Bruce & Co. are doing a rushi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 March 1888

V <*• \ f > . V > - < / V .11 To L. L. Rhode?, of l'rovidene<, Van Zandt County. Pitiuble Sir:—W< have spent Bomo days in tin- task of fathoming your mysterious < '>nimu- ni cut ion which recently appeared in the Labor Organ, in which you assume to be the "mouth-piece" of the Providence community. \\V Cannot nay that we have been J wholly BucccBsful, but we linp(<jpve have, at least, gathered a part of the hidden meaning of your words. We readily discern your intention j v to elect yourself unanimously £> j. N by your single vote as "nioutli- picce" of the Providence commu- nity ,jind we here beg leave to in- tend otr heartfelt sympathy and condolence to Maid community over the result of >said election. And we further discern that you desire to fly to the rescue of your well ^beloved organ ut. Wills Point. That you Bhouhl feel free to write in the Labor Organ we cannot doubt Ibr ^ you are certainly in congenial so- cicty—among those who will for- 13 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

\ v J cm§ t I / ' 7j/ VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1888. JS PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Tom Corwln and Gov. Bibb. b. u. jiakt. jxo. t. craddock. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. The Ohio Orator's Ore at Speech for His Old Friend. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Cederal Courts at Tyler. HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. Otters his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. AY'ill practice in all the Courts of the State and the Federal Court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineoi.a, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, AND Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also bay and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render and pay taxes on same. ' Many years ago Ohio had a Gov- i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

, :U*, *•<• 5wfr> ■'"' J the Mistletoe. if.; ■ iSfc c;' m a ■ r ife: 1#'' t X 'WET PHMOGTT SPOFfOIID. long enough mill *trouit enough Qiugiulaii I rf>w-string, splendid nil about bur like a veil of ^f0 Jinte black hair. ami I nercr j; -j. ruiifc, liixurluiit lialr of any "■*rs*_ belong to a coarse tempera- , jk hnlr, whenever lo all my flpcnt it any trouble, lias swept fathom If It were the very cloud nipalini1'0 s,ir< u''(d i'sclf. But nlCuilQ|||iri, U|B() before my in the Lg and heuuliful, tiio look aaaiimn vvos '8 a benediction, my H8SUII10 ||iy tri)ub|0 vanishes of the Pro im bIiIiicb on II. Cannot B ,t,el";r'* <luu8||tL'ri but :)een a lady. Hail been Wholly fuit$ a lady, high custc an J have i* w'lcu "'.V father died lie , ucli enterprises tliat every- tno n'|,„t ami old Mr. Ponsouby, We ml, guve her charge of bis . usehold affairs. Some years iisouby bad died, and joung X by Air. Pierrepoint Ponsonby, who • Ills nncle but occasionally In PJ ice, reigned 111 bla ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

k DOMESTIC HINT& j % Se( <1* FARM AND HOME. Value of Milmtnect Mllli, - No dairyman ought to bo satisfiod with a product less than 2,500 quarts or 5.000 pounds of milk per year from osich cow kept on the farm, but oven t,his moderate product is equivalent to 500 pounds of plant food contained n the skimmed milk of an average cow for a single year. Multiply that by the number of your herd and continue the depleting process for a series of years, and can you wondur at the ex- hausted condition of the soil in some of the hill towns of southern Berk- shire P The soundness of this theory is dem- onstrated by comparing some of the Berkshire towns with dairy towns in Delaware and Oswego counties in New York. For more than half a century the only product of the Berkshire town was cheese; no butter was sent lo market, while almost the entire farm- ing of Delaware county was devoted to butler making. Whoever traveled over the Catskill turnpike in the autumn of tlirity-Iive or forty yea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

NOTICE OF TAX SALES. The Mineoia Weekly Monitor. PUBLISHED BVKBY HATUUUAV BY Cate & Teagarden, Geo. Clark in getting more free advertising than any man in Texas. He "writ a letter" an our friend Jno. Duncan used to way about ; "Ann Eliza Bush," and in said lot- | ter the Hon. George proceeded to Saturday, March 17,1888. : state in very unmistakable terms . -_j and "in language that was plain" Entered ut the pout office on no ond- that in bin opinion the next demo- class matter. cratic convention held in this Htate should declare in its platform that prohibition was undemocratic, or For City AsiicHHor and Collector, words to that effect. And straight- We are authorized to announce L.Ntt. way there arose a howl in the land Graham as u candidate for re-electid J nlwl •. I,, *i,.. to the office of City Assessor aud Collcc-pjJ)'1 ' cjitin • tor al the uiisiiluK city election. three-fourths of the newspapers in For City Marslfal ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Congressional Race. It would seem fro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

dm. ;WaSi - The Vineola Weekly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: K ' A Prominent Citizen Dead. At 10 o'clock, p. 111. on Thurs- V i', March 22d, Dr. L. A Mobley ^ uied at his residence after a short One Copy, Oiw Year $1.50 . r —os_ mbut painiu lillnoss. On Iduesay night he was stricken down very One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Mouths 50 suddenly with congestion of the —Miss Ethel Williams is visiting brain, which later on involved the relatives and friends in Tyler. i lungs. All the physicians of the etc | city attended him and everything ! was done that could be to save his J life. On Thursday he called for —Mrs. P. A. Tucker, of Kaufman, j friends to prepare his will but his spent Sunday and Monday visiting, Bufferings prevented its completion, relatives and friends in the city. ! This is tho fifth death in the family 1 within four years. Dr. Mobley was one of the leading and most successful physicians of the city, Mrs. Gen'l. J. S. Hogg spent last ■ un(j honored and respected ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

[ r r\ m R I The Mineola Weekly Monitor / bit i'uui.isiiku kvkhv watl'kda y CA i E & TEAGARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRiCE: One Copy, One Year $1.50 One Copy, Hix Months 7") One Copy, Four Months fiO Filtered at the postoflleo class matter. an second- A Brooklyn woman of eighty, who If a great-grandmother, in suck ng : divorce. Donn Piatt, it In said, in going to Now York to edit the Hume Journal, a free trade monthly, Dr. John Hai.;. is lo deliver a series of lectures lieforo tiiu students of the Yale Divinity School. THE WEEK M WASHINGTON. Gkokoe Routi.edge savs that for fifty years lie bus published books at the rate of two a week. Webeii's posthumous work, "The Three Pintos." has been produced in Dresden with great success. Miss Eunice Hoosiiii, of Elkton, Kv., bns just completed a calico quilt that is composed of 24,080 pieces. Princess Louise, while ouhor Medi- terranean trip, nmuses her self with ca- ressing a largo white Maltese cat. A statue of William II. Seward, lor Auburn, N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

Li; WflBM -—-——a--—-- ftBBBSj li J f J, \ f! ;! ■>\ . tfll ft -- Jaran boast* a phenomenal irlenteaa. Bht la twelve yearg of ujcc, eight feet lilgh «u<J welghg 275 pounds. Salvation Oil Ik wlipt you want. It kills pain anil cures the wortt cases of rhuuiuu- liiiu, neurulL'lu, so-e throat, hoarseness, and headache. Price A5 cts. Itlivuio anil Hemm: If you cannot keep qului, because your cough makes n riot, there's Fome'hinir pray try it, a quarter will l>uy it; bequk'k now about it; dont be with- out it; your cousfh, tills will rout it; I ueH you not doubt it: Oh u'S, you guess! Dr. faull't, Cough Syrup. The dirt on a politicians hands most al- ways rubs oil onto the legislation he han- dles. The line to the North ai$i East possessing most advantages in quick tune, close connec- tions and elegantly appointed cars is un- doubtedly the Queen and Crescent Koute. Fast east-bound tri.ins, carrying Boudoir Mullet Sleepers to Atlanta, wait at Shreveport for Texas & Pacific thro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 March 1888

t I I I K'i • \ T* '"f *' *"'.'" •ITS*-. SiiKKatlliK a Defecation. to hki'llkskn't tkxas at tiif. com- INi. ilkmocl.atic national con- at sr. j,oi i.s. 4 W. L. ANDREWS, A correspondent sends Tim New.- the following suggestion us to what , , . he considers would he a first-class PfiQ llTTl_jHi delegation to represent Texas in the coming Democratic national convention, which is to held at St, Louis on June ■">: Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at The national Democratic con ven-1 the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country -DEALERS IX produce. Why Teachers Are Not Paid. lion has heen called to meet at Louis on the 5th day of June to nominate a candidate for president and vice-president of the United States, and to promulgate a plat- form of principles upon which the next presidential campaign is to he fought. II is necessary that T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

I r '■tyyiy mm % VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 31. 1888. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. b. b. hakt. jxo. t. (haddock. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, , Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Offers his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practicc in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. J# •' A: il R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, and Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the cousts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render and pay taxes on same. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courts of Wood and surrounding count...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

— ~4. - —> < t \ r > ! I ? V V ii-*s>V LWith STARTING A BUTTER FACTORY. Where New C'renm«rlan Con lie K«- tabllslied to the (iieut Advantage of Farucri, The most profitable branch of hus- bandry at tli« present lime in ilm manu- facture of crouiuery butter or furnish- ing the milk or croum from which it is made. M:tking choice butt'tr is m profitable as It ever wits, ami this can be said of very few things connected with farming. Creamery butter com- mands a high price, while only a •mall price can bo obtained for most of the products of the farm. That the price of choice butter will always con- tinue to be high seems certain. This Is a nation of burler-ealers. In no country In the world is there as much butter consumed accord ng to the pop- ulation. In some countries only the more wealthy classes iiso bolter freely. Common laborers eat it only on Sun- day or during holiday seasons. Then it is used three times a day by all class- es of people. Most have observed that the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

|.S, ! a I i Her Victory. t r ' by dick k. c. "Whewl how hot!" exclaimed Jack Tenton, coming in the Jiuning-rooui mopping his .ace. "Don't talk about being hot. Jack, rou are only warm. I'd just like to know how you would feel if you'd been cooking yourself over the stovo all the morning," quietly observed Ii'h wife, as she hastily arranged the dishes on \ the table. "Why," laughed he, "I guess I'd /eel cooked. It's too hot to eat; ih s kind of weather I think—what have you got for dinnevP Is this nil? Who cares'for moat, potatoes, corn and such stuff this weather? Why didn't you mako ice cream? What have we got the froezor for?" "Well now. Jack, do be reasonable; how could I do so much? I got lip at live (and 1 don't think country people got up much earlier), went out and milked the cow, churned, got breakfast before you were up. then while you were get- ting ready, I dressed the children, and that's a task you may lind out some day. You know Jennie and May have the whooping cough ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

lis''' l¥, • & M ■v'' The Mitiouia Weekly Monitor. PUBitlNlUb KVJiUV HATCJtlMY BY C? te A Teagarden. Saturday? March 31,1888. J!:.'.,: ! . j ::t ofHre us Heconil i ittn.s illUltOI. THE CONVENTIONS. Extract* from the Platform of the Union I^abor Party. I)all«N OetH the Second, and Fort Worth the First presented fob the consideration OK ALL THINKING l'KOFLK. ANNOUNCEMENTS. In pursuance to tho call of the (<Tho meanH of conimunication ( hammin of the Democratic State an(j transportation should be own- Executive Committee, that commit- ed aiul controlled by the people, as tee met in the parlors of the Grand is the United States postal service, ' Windsor at Dallas, on last Tues- f^rTd"'10 mtes evcrywher0 es" ,l„y to ax «ho tfnita and plaM. for j a >'£ J j ^ u ^ holding the State Democratic Con- dh.ectly tu"thu 1)eol)1C) without tho For City Assessor mid Collector. Wo ale authorize! 1 tu unmumeo L. H. Ghaii.im uM ii eawlidiiti! for re-election In tin1 «>!"!<•<■ i i i'iI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

■■HHRM ■> ool 11)2 (>5 I C.21 29', 110 21 TO- 11)5 | liw 73 09 121 ' 47 47 Si! 7i o;; 84 47 ( i) 62 05 ;ji> (12 If) 21 ( 2 ill) IS •17 I.-.' r* 1' - ' The Mineola Weekly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PltlCE: The Catmint; Factory. The canning company have lo- Wcdm | cated the ground on which the Mr. John Williams was wedded to One Copy, Ona'Year $1.501 will placed at once.1 Mis« \nnie Samuels at the resi- One Copy, Six Months "•> i „„ ' ... \ , .... , T i i One Copy, Four Mouths 50 rhe location is ju.-'t muuIi ol the donee •: ucv. J. 15. Ciillilana. railroads anil east of the Pratt Paison Gllliland officiating. A Hotel, in the woods known as the large number ol' the fellow work- barbecue grounds. The buildings men ol'Mr. Williams and the many will be neat and attractive. The of tl ■ v-h;4: -and friends of both canning company will employ bride and groom were present and about seventy-live hands. joined in the festivities. Mr. Wil- Hums has for some time been em- Cotton Seed Wante...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

BROTAUTY BEYOND \BELIEF. HORRORS OP A CONVICT CAMP REVEALED BY AN IN V^BTI- OATION. 1'LBLISIIKD EVEUY SATUllDAY BT CATE ft TEAOAROEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Year $1.B0 One Copy, Six Months 75 d\ „ l« ti a... r.A One Copy, Four Months Entered at the postoffice as second class matter HERb AND THERE. issW in The boras < rust li the latent. Jules Verne In just aixty years old. Senator Alll-on In a childless widower. John 0. McDonald, the comedian, la dead. Mrs. Soutliworth in the author of seventy- one novels. Ten beavers buvu been killed near Hum- boldt, Tenn. Decoration Day and tbe Four lb of July come on ^Vcdnpsduy. Mrs. Mackny will give reception* at New port next Mjiniin'r. Lawrence Itiirittt baa taken a bouse (or bin family In Boston. Gold mining operations are to be rcsumod near Tbomuoii, (la Modjenka claims tbe honor o( having dlscov- Cd Jotef Hofinann. Maggie Mitchell It living at tbe Westmin- ster, J<eir York city. Dlxey la atlll averaging about $2,000 a week ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

■HMganMi V tiJ rv w r Gold embroidery w.tli serpnnt .wen velvet la the trimm ng niuoh afl'cctoit for the Tosca hat in tine preen sirmv. Balrat'oa Oil, the greatest cure on enrth for pain, bait no equal. Peraous suffering from rheumatism, UcuruiiTi, or frttiu ru'n, bruises, apraln , Ac., should not be without It. Price only 25 cents. ••What is the whole duty of a married man I" asks the new conjugal catechism: To be agreeable to his wife and kee l)r, Hull's Cough Syrup In the house for the children when they get a cold, of course. Ask us something hard. 5UACOBS TRADE MAHK THE LEADING REMEDY. THE TRADE SAYS SO. fh Suffering Class Says So To The Trade. ITS VIRTUES AUK PHKNOMENALT ITS CUKES AKIS MARVELOUS. Chronic Cases 40 Years'StandingCured Permanently. Bold by Jhugpiitu and Deal a-8 Everywhere. rh« Charles A. Voider Co., Dalto., Md. PUGtlY VE6ETABU PREPARATION % D«D f AMD ^ASH^ BITTERS PRICKLi pRicjnyA! SENNA-MANQF5AKE-BUCHU AHO OTHER tqMAUY WNCIEHT REMEDIES It hag stood the Test of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 31 March 1888

« <?<" ^ 7*. y-r* '<i ..■MwjBnBra.wmi : I i ? 3 t- t V \ ■ :' i ' o i . { R - P 1 zffj' m i m i - I w *W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson &,Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. Houueliold HlntH. THINGS WOHTIf KNOWING. Clean piano keys with a soft rag dipped in alehohol. Apples tliat are not properly looked after will decay in the bar- rels very fast. Egg stains on silver can betaken off with table salt and a wet rag. If ribbons need renewing wash them in cool suds, made of soap, and iron when damp. Cover with a clean cloth and iron over it. Leather chair seats may be re- vived by rubbing them with well- beaten white of egg. To polish nickel-plated goods af- ter becoming black and not worn, use rouge or whiting on a rag with a little oil. Oil-cloths should never be washed in hot soap-su...

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