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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

u MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1888. NO. 38. SHERIDAN'S NEW BANK. ED. MURRIE, The leader in Quality of Groceries VOL. XI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. h. h. iiart. J NO. T. CBADDOCK. HART «fc CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. I'ractiee in the District ami inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Offers hie professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. ,W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, * Attorney - at - Law, f AND Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventu 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 \.a.y taxes on same. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. i Practi...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

w r FARM AND GARDEN. MAKING STRAIGHT KOWS. It requires stoutly but strong and |M)tlre horses to tnnrk a field in straight Unas or to strike out a Imck furrow as ft should be. A team that is too weak tor thin work will turn and twist to re- lievo the strain on their shoulders, and the bast driver cannot do the work With such a team as it should be done. FILLING DEAD FL'KUOWS. Wherever it is possible to change It Is bast not to plow twice in succession the same way. In a three-cornered Sileoe thero is generally a deep, dead arrow from its narrowest point up to near the base of the triangle. If the field is free from sod it is comparative- ly easy to back-furrow in this so as to fill it up, and if continued to throw awav from the fences part of the earth formerly plowed against them. POTATOES FIIOM Sl'ltOCTS. Iu multiplying very scarce and dear varieties of polutocs, gardeners plant the oyes iu iiotbeds early, placing iu rich soil, and from each oyo will get several plants. These may h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

-V'.vvi,. 5' \ v j.i " i I t '" *11 A Numerous Kind of Maniocs. A student once said to a college prosi- dont: "I can write proverbs just as good as Solomon's." "Write a few,' w'us the laconic reply. We do not know whether this advice was acted upon, but at any rate the .young fellow's proverbs have not yet become incor- porated into the deathless literature of mankind. We all remember the solf-suilicicnt Texan who wrote home that lie was "a blger man than old Grant." But, as slow as the work goes on, wo imagine that Grant's' monument will be built sooner than this advanced orthograpk- ist's who spells bigger with one g. Mr. Dana of the Now York Huu has coined a good word for such characters —megalomaniacs, men who labor un- der the delusion that they are great. Dauiel Pratt. New England's greatest crank, believed that ho could write better than Shakespeare, speak better than Cicoro or Webster and out-general Napoleon or Grant. Tuore have beeu greater men than Daniel Pratt who though...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

^ If? iffl^ • c I ever plao] of Jl\ / 5* hS Tfce llDMla Weekly Monitor. •f *. I'L'DUBIIKI) ISVCIiY HATLltUA V 11V • Oate & Teagarden. Saturday, Juno 1G, 1888. .. .... <j>W N«mtn«M. The i* ta io«*rney' in convention a k mblcd hint week acted wisely, ""he convention haB presented to Onr Ijrnorancf A ToVmi of Love. ■ • I Wk publish this, wogk the .plat- Sunday - School of the M. -E. form of the Union Labor party, Church, South, Geo. A. Cage, adopted at Cincinnati on the 16th, gupt the people of the United States as g* ruffrag^pLk Ts Tft The committee appointed to draft the nominees, of the democratic j„ j| but as that is a State quem ^solutions upon the death of Sister, party for President and Vice Pres. i tion.. and so recognized in the .Adwh* ?• Prummond, beg leave; ident the names of two men whose' platform, there is no hope for that to ' J 1 f'"gL, , HHw it K «ml .1 th. p.„t ■« rocor,U m without . I<l.nii h. ^rth„e& owU« UM to hi^wteo to| II. w an- i..«nwlic!,j.../...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

v'f ! ■:«r . ...... * ■ J' «><>.! ' i -■ % • • . . t \ '\ V The llneola Weekly Monitor. , SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : - One Copy, Ona Year.... < —$1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Month b 50 ANNOUNCEMENTS. ORANGE BLOSSO FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce Ho.v. J^mes H. Jones am a candidate for nom: ination by the Democratic convention of the Third Congressional District, for Congress. We are authorized to announce Hon. C. B. Kii.oobk for re-election to Con- gress from the Third Congressional Dis- trict. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce C. W. Haines us a candidate for rc-elcctiou to the office of County Judge of Wood county, subject to the action of the en- suing democratic primary election. WiS uk ai.tht\'.r> .1 f : .inn _• :-o J I<aiviien«'e us •! ( tndidiUe f ir County1 Judge of Wood county, subject to the • action of'the democratic primaries. FOI' COV STY 'ATTORNEY. We are authorized to announce W. A. j HART, Esq., as a candidate for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

Tbe Mlneola Weekly Monitor the WEEK IN WASHIHGTOH 1 >. nnuiBKD mit satusdat bt CATS ft TBAOARDBN. THE ENTHUSIASM OVER tfHE OU) ROMAN. 8U BSCRIPTION PRICE: £®e Copy, On® Year 91.80 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 60 Intered at the postoffice as second class matter. MINOR MENTION. A Clilcuffo doctor Is making artificial nones of xjloDlte. There are twenty-nix first-class theaters and opera-houses open In New York this season. There are four thousand theaters In the United States and tl,000,0j0 a day Is paid for amusements. Julian Hawthorne has in bis house at Scotch Plains, N. J., a little ouk table on wblch Mary Stuart Is aald to hnvo written her last letter on the morning of her execution. The fact has been noted that seamen as u rule are peculiarly subjcct to color-blindness. In tests made in the British mercantile ma- rine standaru green was pronounced red in 107 catcs out of 180. A very good way to test If a wall is damp (aa suggested by Nessler) Is to pin a tlil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

i i 1/ r i "Yes. Bui I'm not tifru-i" (JurulUoiiu looks after tliom in fiuiuzeiv.enl- :is they float past lior. ••Sold again," slie murmurs. "What in tho world am I to ilo with such u man?" Tho (lavs fly by. If a porson could have judged as to tlio success of the wagor by tho fact that Kalph and Gernldene were ofton together, tlion, indued, Harry is iu a fair way to win. Esicli excursion planned; each game played; each tableau; each theatrical; these two are partners. Tho fact that quiet Daisy is often with them, too, does not seen) to count. Harry is puz- zled. And Gerry, herself, has to confess that at last she has met u man who does not uialce love to her after one week's acquaintance. The friends who are in the secret look on with interest, not knowing who will win that most unfortunate wager. They aro planning a masquerade ball. Each guest is to keen his own coun- sel and not let a person know what character ho intends to personate. Such mystery, such locked doors, such 3ecrcts...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 June 1888

I ■if I% 1 W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson A 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. Deep Water lii«ttHp«;iiHable. It is not only the people of this state, but the people of Colorado, New Mexico and Kansas that are demanding deep witter on the Tex- an coast. C'ongrcHH goes on from year to year wasting money on creeks in the Northern States that are hardly large enough to Hoat a «kiff, but refuse to do anything that will benefit the mo«t powerful state in the Southwest, lleep wa- ter on the Texas coant is indispen- sable and it will be obtained.— Paris News. I Duu't Kxperluieut. Yon cannot afford to want* time in experimenting when your lungB are in danger. Consumption always bcciijh, ut ilritt unly a cola. Do iiot jteruiil any deal«r to impose upon yon with some eheap imitation of Dr. King's New Di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

kV v— mt? * \ * ij it % 1 1®( 11 'v: V-'fe Ml * 4 r ••S' J tV : ; £ -• B ■ Fir VOL. XI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ST MICH AM. TUMI WKH. li i-.U 11. IIABT. .1X0, 'J'. CKAUDOCK. , HART A ('HADDOCK 1 V .'A M I.-' .OI Tt.. CC- ll'U .u an ! l'Vili" tie .Silile 1 ' ' '• 1 I li ' S at. J . atul inferior til-.- Supreme f. v.1 ft,.'.:. i i'OrHo.v :.lf i K', La V/ i i*;x.' Oi!i pOOpl tiCR. tllli !• Tvltii i/j'oii'S" 'ill services i > tin .if V.V.k! ;uv! stirrer, tiding < 'Yel -'racH:-r ;,.i nit tho courti :.ito aud the Federal court of at t W M. H. Lav ;\Fini'.ola; Tk.vas r ;. S'S^.FFtH'.:). Attorney - at - Law, X N i) Real Estate Agent, Minkola, Tk.yas. Will practice in all the* courts of ! .Seventh Judicial Pi strict. Special :• lention given to collections of allk'.ii'. Remittances promptly made. Will a buy ami .sen and rent ii.il estate an.' vestigate land title leiidsr and . taxes oil same. I). W. CROW. Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Tkxab. Practices in the District Courts Wood and surrou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

T 3? ; I i -l ■« < i i hi DK. TALMAGE'S SEfiMON. PULPIT AND PRESS MADE ALLIES. Tho Brooklyn Divin Shows Wherein Prac- tical Rsligion May B-« Subserved by th-S J- oular Press. Brooklyn, June 10.—At the service in the Tabernacle thU morn inu', the lie v. T. De Witt Talm^ge, li. D., took for tho subject of his illitcoursc, "Pulpit and l'rees Made Al- lies." Ills text was, l.ukc zvi, v. 8; "Tho children of Mils world uro In their fenera- tion wiser than the children of light." He Mid: Sacred stupidity and solemn Incompetency ■and sanctllied laziness are hero rebuked by Christ. Jle nays world lugs are wider uwuke for opportunities than are Christians. Men of the world grab occasions while Christian people let the most valuable occasions drift by unimproved. That Is the meaning of our Lord when lie says: "The children of this world are in there generations wiser than the children of light." A marked illustration of the truth of that maxim is in the slowness of the Christian re- ligion ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

* 14 ilk [C | / v4 I i \ ® ' Mm.. Bh • i® V i P •i > A Numerous Kind of Maniacs. A student once said to a college presi- dent: ""I can write proverbs just as good as Solomon's." "Write a few,' was the laconic reply. We do not know whether this advice was acted upon, but at auy rate the young fellow's proverbs havo not yet becomo incor- porated into tha deathless literature of mankind. Wo all remember the solf-suflloient Texan who wrote homo that ho was "a biger man than old Grant." But, as slow as the work goes on, we imagine that Grant's monument vvill be built sooner than this advanced orthograph- ist's who spoils big<rer with one g. Mr. Dana o! the Now York Hun lias coined a good word for sucli characters —mogalomaniacs, men who labor un- der the delusion that thoy aro groat. Daniol Pratt. Now England's greatest crank, believed that ho could write better than Shakespeare, speak better thai^Cicero or Webster and out-general Napoleon or Grant. There havo been grouter men than...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

The Mineola Weekly Monitor. i The flpwiMnu at Lone Oak. On l ist Hrturday the senior edito:, accompanu .1 by the Hon. I*. N. Stafford, boarded the north bound Mo. P, train for Lone i Oak.- After we got on board we Saturday, June 23, 1888.:notieed. tlmt Mr. \V. K. Farmer ! waH also en route for that point, to KVKF.V HATtrnHAY BY Cate & Tcagarden. lintercd at the post oillci clans matter ah awoniJ-: (ill an appointment made proviouH- ]y (o .-peak nt that place. At 1 Kiriory nur party was reinforced by i (ju.it. a i.umber of Democrats and j one or two Union lavborites anil admirers of " Col." Farmer. We [arrived :i' Lone Oak at 11 o'clock, i and were met at the train by , Messrs. Elliott, IVazier and Hicks, Democrats of the •' all-wool and a yard wide" variety, who extended tv « cordis! wclcome to that.! o*p>:- Pat Up or Shut Up. , abie bUio city, and gave u. the For some time Hill Farmer and : freedom ol the town. "CVd. r<"- his associatci- have benn circulating In,er WHH a'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

The Mineola ?o*itc suasci iFrio: 'Kime t 'One Copy, Ono Year One Copy, Six Mouths ,.. One Copy, Four Months | Business Notice. We take the pleasure in inform- I ii 0 th.. public that we have recently •Lg bought the Drug busiucss of Frank .60; Andeason & Co., and will continue . I the business at the same stand | under the firm name and style of FOR congress Cochran & Henry. This is a new We are authorized to aunounce Hon. j stock of Drugs, Medicines, &c., and ANN O UN CEM EMS. BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY. I have now on hand the most complete stock of Summer Goods Owlet Green. Editors uf the Monitor: As 1 do not see auything from this part of the world, 1 thought 1 would give you a few dots. Healtli of the country is very Farmers somewhat behind and | 111 the country, comprising Novelties in Dress Goods, Trimmings, eral Green" is disputing for posses 'j Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves, Mitts, etc. A a ion of the fields. ^ """j'"'w*n"***• SipTSTjoS*' "'"""'"' com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

■ "W-. ■ I; 11 i. i;'- A I; V,.- k fbeMlneola Weekly Monitor PUBLISHED ITER UTCDIT BT CATS * TEAG ARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Copy, One Year $1.60 " py, Six Month. 7# py, Poor Months 00 tntered At the poatoffloe m second olaaa matter. FARMERS' ALLIANCE. youno county alliance. A mats mooting of members of the Farmers' Alliance of Young county wan held in the court house at Graham Thursday. Quito a number of farmers, members of tho Alliance, wore present. The doors were closed, and none but members were admitted. The object of the meeting was in response to a call of the president of the Stato Alliance recently issued. collin county alliance. Work on the Alliance mill at McKinney, Texas, is progressing in a highly satisfactory manner. It is expected this week to finish tho work on the main building. The machinery has been shipped and will bo rapidly S laced in position, and this method of le work shows that in coniiding to tho supervision of Messrs. Hand and Black the Alliance actod wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

:vr. : :'V' , ( v. ) >' 3 . r \ jr I I ( V to ,v«, I III* f BAIL REDUCED. ( In the District court at Cleburne Thursda^, before Judge Hall, argu- ments were beard in the Vaughn [seduction case, from Hill county, on a .petition for reduction of bail. After a lull investigation Judge Hall reduced xhe bond of the defendant Vaughn from #1500 to $300. On account of its very efficient tiro department and plentiful water supply jthe insurance rating of Cleburne has been changed from a third to a second rate city. SILVER IN BABY-HEAD MOUN- TAIN. Late reports from Llano County, Tex., are to the effect that the quality of silver found near Baby Head Moun- tain is improving as the prospect is developed, and great confidence is ■expressed by the miners in the value and extent of the find. AN IMPORTANT RULING. In the District Court at McKinney, Tex., Judge Head decided that the failure of the clerk to attest the signa-: ture of the presiding officer of the Commissioners' Court did not invali- ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 June 1888

Julius A. Caspary, The Cheap Dry Goods and Grocery Man of Mineola., Is oil hand this Spring with one of this most complete and cheapest stock of W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson <v Spurgcon, 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 Fashionable and Serviceable Goods in Mineola. nrn/lurp' i M v line of Ladies Dress Goods, including u nice line of White (roods, Satoenu, etc., is Beautiful and Cheap piuuui c. ; • beyond comparison. ircg1 Gooda is* move M.ttitHsaxa eTor ixv. t'feisa ■My line of Boots, Shoes, and Hats for all ages and sexes *is full and complete. (n ever;y department my stock is complete and at the lowest possible prices. MY STOCK OF .AJOTD .asTCsr C-BOCZEIZS. Including all kinds of Country Produce, is full and complete. • • (live me v. i all before buying anything in my line and I guarantee to save you m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

^ r \ mm .~j« y 'i •v v 'j* v-t--y.v*.^ " M w / 6/ '/c/- ' V" /v/t^/ / / /x K - 1 i IA 1} ' 7r VOL. XI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1888. NO. 40. 13. li. IIA KT. J NO. T. C'lt ADDOt'K. I HART it ORAPDOOK, Attorneys - at - Law, Minkola Tkxap. Prai •( !■•(.• m 1 rourts of the Pi Stale trie! and inferior and tiie Supreme and Federal courts at Tyi HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mixeoi.a, Tkxas. Otters his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties Will practice in all the courts of the State aud the Federal court at Tvler. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, MixkolAj Tkxas. It. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, A N D Real Estate Agent, Mtnkoi.a. Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the .Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention tfiven to collections of all kinds.! afc wlivJesnle Remittances promptly made. Will also buy aud sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render aud pay taxes on same. D. W. CROW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

I TALMAGE ABROAD. Be Discourses Under Heaven's Canopy. £! P$ h'r ra si TheUnitcd Attention of the Vast Kullitudo HeUlby th*> Noted BUvcr-Tmigued D.vlno —Hh> Soul-Penetrating T< x'. "The Constel- lations of ilis Rndct in'-u" Lack, the O.i- "bounded Attention of Non°. WlXFitui, Kans., June lil.—Uncounted ■ntiltilU'ics were preacut to day tit u grunt out- door nicotinic held In this place, where the llev. T. DeWItt Tulmairc. I>. D., uaa the preueher. Not only tliln hut adjoining States were represented In the congregation, aud the occasion will he long rememhured. The text ■was: "They that turn muiiy to riifhtuous- i eaa shall thine an the s'.ars (or ever and ever."—Daniel Xll. 3; and the subject: "The Constellations of the licdccined." Dr. 'J'al- inairc said: Every man lias a thousand roots and a thousand branches. Ills roots reach down through all the earth; his branches spread through all the heavens, lie nj.ealfs with Voice, with eye, with hand, with loot. Ills alienee ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

- «v >m ■ . 111 RURAL ECOXOAIY. V <V-' j.jufcdbw^m>iai''iW. /i u 1 V s 1 ,/TV /; ; A lr Uatten That Should Itenlve At ten. tlon Before formers Csu fcucceod a Dairymen. Now that grains of all kinds, as well M meat and wool, are low, many farm- rs are considering the propriety of en- gaging in dairying. They road of herds f cows that pay thoir owners $50 pur rear, and they contrast this sum with What they realists from the cattle Ihey keep. They conclude that dairy - ng pays much better than raising beef. They accordingly propare to send the ;he milk of their cows to a town, to nake butter on their placus, to dis- pose of their croam at a butter factory. They do not liud their profits to be as arge as they susposed. They are not rang in discovering that tho troublo is With thoir cows. Tho.' give but little milk at any timo, and the milking per- iod is quite short. The milk is not r.cli in cream, aud it docs not make Srst-class butter. 1'he cost of keeping bows is as great as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

vr-.v-vs" -«-• ■*«"">■ .. ;-w'-^ ■•-...■* .. .,,, . --.,p «* $ SfP! The Mlneold Weekly Monitor. iM,,li-1 i'l'KMHIIUD KVKKY SAITIIDAY ISV Gate & Teagarden. Saturday, June 30, 1888. I i 1; lp ■/.' Knternd at the po.vt o!licc uh wconil- clasfl mutter. KOR PRESIDENT. GHOYER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEN G, THttRMAN OF OIITO. I judiee and passion, uh it Hubscrlbo for tin- Monitor. The Mineola Monitor in now ranked with the bunt weekly papers in the State. It haw a wide circu- lation in Wood, Van Zandt, Rains, Smith, Upshur and Hunt counties, It contains all the latest news. It is h sound Democratic paper, and does not ami will not pander to any particular man, net of men, order or political ?oet, for the sake of popularity. The.Monitor expect.1; to apeak "right out in meetin" on 1 all questions, and say what it thinks in right, regardless of conse- quences, trusting to the well known conservatism and patriotism of Un- people for final vindication. Now, we want ...

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