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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

£?S. TV'.TTO■", " ■•• ' 'W "' ■ • ■ '. '/■■•"■ :*'.'< S.' .'sw-' ^ ■'.:>«:! ' • • * ' *S--' '*•'>' L:";" '■"' !;M£'• **;. V ;-r-"' '''-■* '"•/ VYVM,'*&**Y, ,f \ 1 mmm The Miceola Weekly Monitor. — I HUBHCHli'TIO.V PRICE: | One Copy, Ona Year *1.50 j One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 ANNOUNCED! ENTH. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to anuounce Hon. .1 ami:.-! H. Jones an a candidate for nom- ination by the Democratic convention of the Third Congressional District, for Congress. We are authorized to announce llo.v. C. B. Kilgork for re-election to Con- gress from the Third Congressional Dis- trict. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. We are authorized to announce C. W. R.uNiis as a candidate foi re-election to the oftice of County Judge of Wood county, subject to the action of the en- suing democratic primary election. Wis are authorized to announce J. A. Lawrence as a candidate for County Judge of Wood county, subject to the action of the democratic primaries. FOR COUNTY AT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

*| Tbe Mlneola Weekly Monitor 1 1 Kfe 1/ fit i' a ■'■■' < -/ iraiumD mn uivdit n CATS ft TBAOARDBN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy,On« Tear ...r...I1J50 One Copy, Stz Month* 78 On* Copy, Four Month! .60 ■stored at the poitoffio* m second EXTRAORDINARY FLOODS. Hko,Hnie>, Flooded and the Buildings Crumbling—Twenty Death*. Cm or Mexico, Juno aa—Report# received yesterday from Silao,say that It rained furiously all day and niglft. Monday the river broke into tho north jend of the town, rushing through the streets in great volume and force. Moat of the houses being adobe soon ^became saturated and fell. Among jlhem some of the principal buildings of the town. It is reported that about twenty persons were buried in the ruin* or drowned outside. All the ■tatton buildings' are occupied by home- less people, who subsist on water- melons and fruit found float- ing on the water. Thq rain has been general throughout tiie nrholo counrty, and ail around POao is flooded, and several dykes have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

, M w'F^TsB Brf^iSP 1U-J ■ HLvw-JI;. " f>S.' *' • •«v v',ft ■ •.1 • • -,.' wf w <H ij I > V a 1' 4k l! «* CURRENT EVENTS. In the German Relctiatafr there are 838 Smokers anil thirty-nine non-smokers. Tliero are 50,000 Cblnoso In Australia In a total population o 1 a little oves 2,500,- <H)0. Tno steel required for the United States ship of war Maine aggregates about -,000 tons. A recent steamer from Dundee brought 1,000 tons of potatoes to New York city as her cargo. It is estimated that 103 persons belonging to the fishery licet lost their lives in the re- cent gale oil Ireland. It has been estimated that during growth Indian corn draws thirty-sis times Us owu weight of water from the soil. Swine fever Is ragtyg In the south of Ire land, and nine fresh outbreaks of the disease Is reported from as many different sections. As a preventive and cure of pleuropneu- monia, inoculation has beon fouud ineffectu- al in Holland, it being successfully stamped- ed out by slaughter....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 June 1888

:.'—1 >, ,"t: r-rry±tnjy?irem ffif I I I. W m ' f. «• fl ■■I Is ■■: < i W. L. ANDREWS, Suw.-.-or to I'icliii;d-oji iV 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. Eloctric Execution. The new law in New York IM'i'N- ! it uii historical hern. cribing electricity as the agent for of a nunm often elicits iv storm of ap- from a Hympothetic auaiencc. executing capital offenders make a revolution in will 'What's in a name'.'" A great deal if in! thai of Washington or Napoleon or ' Tim were nientiou ' :% t 1h from (lie philosophy of advertising | executions tliat uctoi's adopt a staiie name. Mau- .. .. . ,. . ,! ufacturerH know the value of choosing | 111 diverting tliein ol publicity alio I f,,r goods that go into market of the i enveloping them in a secrecy which, | world, a name that is susceptible of! . , , ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

<W!S<Ww,Pu*'' "J'MM ' ' V Advertising Rates ! made known' on application. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK ■ 81..X) . ' Wit JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY NO. 41. i ear. .. . • nto . •. : Vvntljs Or.e Of.IV.r .Mout'uB Liberal i>l««'Onn1s fu VOL. XL PROFESSIONAL (JAHDS. The Pension Plunk. To the Labor On:an h. uakt. ha fi r 41 'k r:>' T. t'UADoot K. i iliADiXK!K. MINEOLA. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 7. 1888. ED. MURRIE, Union !jnl>oi'Nntioii!il Plntt'orni. '.'KNSIONS General discontent prevails onj We demand the passage of aser-i , I the part of the wealth-producer. | vice pesuoon bill to every honera-i ri;e Monitor .ins been reading,, fanner* are suffering from poverty j bly diaohtrged soldier and nailer | with amused smilea your IVantic y/hicb hi s foreed mos* of lb em to i of He United fciatev Law, | ef'ovf« tin tiie t notify 'lie' Derision plunk : mortgage their estates, and prices i Union Labor platform,! ol products aiu so low a* 10 otter 110 a graun •• lieJ except through bankruptcy 'l's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

IPT™ ■ * ' **' TALMAGE AT CRETE. I I A QEEAT OUTDOOR ASSEMBLAGE. The Brooklyn Divine Crates at a Chautauqua Meeting. Be Portray?.n in Hi-i Usual Eloqu nt Ety'.e Our Q-rf-at Laolt of S'aiih, tli« Hnn 011 Which EtttrnUv Tunis- C.iriHt Uuui D .vm to Sav > ihe World, But Tll*ro Aro I-'eopln 80 Woipvl by Mi.i-iiMtiary Affairs Tiiat They Ara Sjon List lu the Ifi-shea cf S.11, Not Having the Faith to Lot Go and Giiru to the Prom se of Ou.- fcaviour on tli« Croat. C'nnT:', Nen., July 1.—To-day there la a great outdoor meeting nt thin place—a Chau- tauqua meeting—and people from all purls are present. A leimou by the Iter. 'J'. l)e- Wllt Talmaicc, I). I)., la the principal feature Of the occasion. The reverend gentleman's subject was: "None Like Jesus." lie took for his lost: "Unto you ttieri-foro which bn- lleve lie Is precious." I. Peter, Cli. 2., v. 7. Following Is the sermon: We had for many years in this country com- mercial depression. What w.is the matter With the stores) With the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

V* '—• - ~m;l' "* :v FANCY'S FREAK& ntia^ pass my ■ft illod ilion ives ivore age, jimll awn mid- ark- of [>uld cin ft hili- not the opt, mo- ling ved. inc. tly not )OJ£. ou I >aid fau* wi' inoe rful ap- for, rom was in- ol ei'o- ilo- n a had art, tea. lost as us, out the up, all- ot, rid rce ing [all J* r'g lot 311- ll'O- Llltl li a ,80. It lie |Ia! 1 to lid, Ms [lio I tea lhe ro- ll's I bal lbs T+" f as \jM py 1)0- lor Ir- i c Whisky is expensive. It costs n mar dollars and seusu. — Yon'cers States- mi m. M Ik ltivol-. Montann. is probably so filled because of liie watur it contains. —t'uuic. Thu faith euro will not euro love. Want of faith is tlio th ny for it.—Hus- ton Courier. A buckwheat cuke and a home-run depend largely upoti tho batter.—ujh- Ion liullctiii. It seems to us that their ought to be n brand of cigars called "The First Baby."—Puck. If you don't want to bo robbed of a good name, dout .have it engraved ou your umbrella.—Exc'tauge. Bad nominations are liko ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

-J; 1 I' I Rift 7 fc ,v\ . •) I fi 4? — The Mineola Weekly Monitor. \ i'CliMHHKU CVKKY BATURDAY BY Cate & Teagarden. Saturday, July 7, 1888. Entered at the post oi!i. * as second- class maUor. 'The Democracy of Knl«;lit« of Labor OrirauiKatlou. Nothing !■; r.o common now ?.s the assertion by thobo of our de- luded fellow citizens who have arrayed ihernaolveu under the Union L^bor flag that they arc " 1 ■' 11 ' FOR PRKbi JJ&NT: caovm oievei&mt OF NKW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT. hum tmmm.. OF OHIO. ing the meeting i3 a "non-parti-! Letter from Shady Gjove. sin." "non-po'itieal" meeting, rmd SvadyGhovk, Juno 27, 18*u. tin y can't divide. Then Bill Fur- , Accordir/j to appointment W. R.! iner gets up and portrays the bur- McGill met a goodly number of denn of the toiling masses, and 1 Democrat-ai this place Tuesday the inequalities oi existence, ■ night, and made us an able speech | and 1.1 im wrongs of the laboring1 on democracy. Mr. McGill lum-1 The ¥1 UKALtRfs i.\- truo Jef...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

. W" I'Miff The Sineola Weekly Koaitor. AXNOUi*WBM3i S. ANNOUMCEMBHTS. —Continued. FOR CONSTABLE. We are authorized to announce K. Li Tkkkei.l as a candidate for the office of Constable of precinct No. 'J Wood coub- tv, Tiaas. subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorised to announce J. W. Tiiok.v a candidate for the office of Constable of Precinct Xo. fi.of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We me authorised to announce the eiotv one of its brightest ornament*. ,v jmw t.t nr. .... >.<. y «- FOR CONGRESS. | We arc authorised to anncuuec Ho::. &wes H. JoKks an a candidate for now- itiou by the Democratic convention tho Third Congressional District, for fcmgress. |Wo are authorised to announce Hos. I!. iCu.ooKK lor ie elei.tioxi to Con- fess from *hc Third <./oni''..-sWiul 1Mb- I mini'.' <#.T. II. Wi.i'LtAMH as a candidate FOR COUNTY .1 UliGE. j for the'offire of Constable of nreeinct No. |We are authorized to annoui.ee C. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

u. Tbe Mtneola Weekly Ho I f )mt Z. rCBLUnCD KTKBT SATCKDAT CATS * TBAOARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PBIC£: One Copy, On® Year Ill One Copy, Six Months One Copy, Four Month* Bntered at the poitofflce u scoond claaa matter. A DUEL WITH KNIVES. Two Farmer! Meet and Mutilate £aeh Other hi a Horrible Manner. Hillsboko, Tex., July 5.— A sc cutting scrape occurred ten miles s of here this morning. Two farmers, named Cox and Willerford, rcsldl near each other, had a diiliculty some1 days ago about a mule and agreed t„ meet this morning and figlit it out with knives. They met according to ap- pointment and a terrible battle ensued, In which Willcrford sustained injuries that will prove fatal, being cut to the hollow almost the length of his entire left side. Cox's arms are terribly mutilated, and fears are entertained that he will not recover. Deputy Cox left for the scene of the cutting this evening. A DUEL TO THE DEATH IN A SALOON. Louisville, Kv., Juno 5— Near Pinovillo last night James McGeorge a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

-w'' on k- 'g ;il h P \l \a 1 For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. !" Medical and scientific skill hosp.t last solved the problem of the long- needed medicine for tho a«r ▼ous, debilitated, and tho agred, by combining the best nerve tonics, Celery and Coca, with other effee. tive remedh-H, which, acting gently but efficiently on tho kidneys, liver and bowel*, remove disease, restore strength and renew vitality. 1 his medicine is ejery ound ntHlls & placc heretofore unoccupied, and marks ft new era in the treatment of nervous troubles. Overwork, anxiety, disease, lay the foundation of nervous prostration and weakness, and experience has shown that tho usual remedies do not mend tho •train and paralysis of tho nervous system. Recommended by professional and business mon. Uend for circulars. Price SI.00. Bold by druggists. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., ProprMtm BURLINGTON. VT. CURES jMlDlCEASESDmiE LIVER 1BMEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS! j/MJGGHS IPRICETDOUAR —-SiSI iPRICKCrS pRinxiyA...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 July 1888

© W. L. -;l|( <•> *f>, •;r et <e ANDREWS, I. liil. Uui: t •••]•■ i. 2t- ; r,\ ii! f; : <e■ in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - , - „ . , ifae Cheap Dry Goods and Grocery Man of Minsols 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 Mineoia. prod'-.f " ' * i fy line of Ladies DrpfaS tioodn, imludhi" a nice lino of White • io<nU; &atn*i H el.<>. !-.:<-:.ui.iiiil ami * . , beyond comparison My lino o£ JUtex*'* a.xslcSL Boys' tract wewi. i'**& <**. o<Ass Ins mojee --ria tlaa.11 £M&<&ics in tHis CI t&'. My line oi Joots, Shoes, and Hats for all ages and sexes is full and complete. In every department my *toek is complete and at th* lowest possible prii es. MY STOCK OK STAPLE -AITO 3FVAJCTe"ST MBCC-JHmnaa. Including all kind? of Country Product . is full and complete Oive me a call before l.nying anything in my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

! f I ' i v. /• Ri / ' if i) * k ii li M ; :•• fi r$| ■ . '"Stall • ■' . W> ' I 4 |j ".tfv ■ "iit ■K Advertising R S UHSCvk 1 PTION known M '!)<• i iinv, I ■ 'if VI • 11i I. i lii'cal i • ise'.ti m «. 11 l.fli):. MINh-OJLA, TEXAS, SATliilUV, JULY L88<s. VOL Xi Ulcllllonallx RFSOM'I IOVS ritOi-'KSSIO.ML ( A?H)S. I v• *! • 11 i 11• r111 op", trtpl lot i nuii ii li: :M roym kUuWlll ricu -vitl: I'l>x: 111 ry . ;1- lal' ilte\ • • i• i'i ii\ to iiii. in! iii* Ii:.!' ill!" j" n how incuiea.tiu 1 1 T \ li i-tic: 1! \ i>iV I \*\)<h K. h if i:t 1U1? i m !1*.« l'ilNs4'i< i>) Ihr I ihuii L; I>'M > < Mti>eiN of X\iv 4-otmfy VI li;uus>, #/uh 2 tli 188M. YVIlUI lllirv 1:5 Uil tin* I)(4 i 11 < •' '1"; i i i pill JH. > 11 u I t i i • \ |U*inet pi'1 f jn unit Hill (lift i politic < ci'l ul1 i 1tfr*\\ ^ | ;i | Mi v koi.a )h olMO tit;!' umi]K>[ utr< 1. 11«• utli iXVi :inu li in \ - I!') Ii A' V s Altornt'.v - M 1 >-K< M. ... . Iri'er- Ill >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

m ir * VjIJ '1 ir ■ iJ "" X / I i ff '1 / m' \ ■ yu i . in IIAL KCUJNOMY. Improve and Beautify the Farm. Hardy Native Shrub < aijd TroesThit Cm Be liBijloypa lor Ornamenting F!ao«s— The Grass Crop, ISif. Improving Mm ! arm. Wliilo ornamental noo* r.ud shrubs aro covorod with llmvuri ami folia^o is tlio host tinio to iiiaku huIuciImiih lor planting ou tiiu furan Willi a view of (minifying it. Tno ap- pearand! of a placo can be groat* ij improved by plntillng ornamental trees and shrub* in places wlmro tlioy will allow to tin; host ndvailtagu. As a rulo tlioy will present tiiu most attrac- tive appearaneo when planted in clus- ters or clumps. It is not noecsanry to obtain costly trees and shrubs of foreign origin for this purpose. They arc less likely to prove hardy than those that are indigeuous. and few of them are ns beautiful. Almost every pnrt of the country abounds in very beautiful smnll trees nnd large shrubs suitable for or- namenting fiiniM. If not on tho Hat prairies the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

i SHE MISUNDERSTOOD. <K ■ I I h i t i And Wm I net lu; ii on C Hccuubb Ho Was an Knsiraver. Au engineer in this city who has his workshop at tho top of a very high building advertised tor au assistant a tow days ago. Ho had soma answers by in a it and ono of thorn was wr.tten in a pretty fuiuiuino hand and signed witli a still prettier nam ft. in every ease ho replied, saying that a personal interview would bo most satisfactory; that was impossible, the applicant had better forward soiuo samples of work, testimonials, etc. Yesterday the engraver was hard at work when lie heard the elevator bump at the top of Hie shaft, and a moment later there came a knock at the door. The engraver looked up and saw through tliu glass window of the door a.lady. "That's tho fair engraver," said he to himself as he stepped to the door anil gallantly uslierd the lady in. She was of a pleasant countenance and was dressed stylishly, and the be- witching spring bonnet she wore dazzled the engraver's oy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

"W?;5*4*: '*ii* ",!"*f'. '■'■" ^^^0'^mmfff-'. ,.... ..... •> --<*• The almoin Weekly Mtoitw. IM*BI.IHIIKI HVKI '< fVJl Jf VV bV Cate A. Tea garden. SnturdH.v. July 14, 18SS. Tlio Boycott. THK t'XION LABOlt PARTY.' about 820 pc.r capita and yet Tin- Monitor is a democratic |>a-, _._ thi-money dwlineil in \nine. l -r :uid i> divam-d in making «'«. ,t|> |.'jIIMU4.|M| it N'-w. if tin1 nclii-monof the* Union ; ,u)i I'vcry man and cverv organize l w TrustedV , l.i.h«ir party were <nrri>-<i out, it imn upp(>,;. «! to true domociv.ry. Tlx- I'joon l,.d>. r partv pi-op. — , would invoi "e the ie'snanc- of i^ore ; , It a:I! iiit.ii'.',all rwtr ..!•« h • t„ ltj, ,jv ,.,-ij,. ,,r .n.verio.n.i,: than si* bii iinn.- of iiat money- -or Farmer and S. F. READ & COMF1, of government uejn:ipi'i(u<> as W K Karmcr a . ;;„.v c\ist, and tind tic nbout ipx'i i«i ji.t capita- almost i Jonathan Kui""*!!. Mo I'ar a J*-' n.ctiinils th.*y. orojiose *.d r..ilh in:llv muc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

■ ■ ■ • Ilwiidl.. IW1-H 4 Tie Xineolf. Wt.kly. Monitor. AXXoi'XcuM !' (>l\ t >, !\ 1iIt W(. . i•.u111• • :/•><! lo allti \ 11 • >.v I '.UK- If. I ,\i> 't • h -uutlisiau iiolir inution t}..- l'etta« i -ith •>• -.. .-iiliyii of f ll " 4 ' 1 I ' 'II fl ■ - tl it t . '. I ' . f* ' Coiiyivss. ASNOOKCEMEKTS.-Continaad. i>«noorttt-. u*v ■ • ttuumn-.-. l-'til-i .IUST1CI' OK THK. J'f-iXrK. ^,ht' 1';m We at" authorised to anuouu.-t imii \>i Quitu.ttH '' ' '1 . ' ' Ul'KS&Ll. ah A I I V til*' < 'iii* t' «>f rl'Uli. V * 1 (12 h\' !. . 'liii ..." JuHtirv o;' '.be !Vn< m of Precinct No ij ' . , . , Wootl . SHiil i IUi. !uiv mvr.Hi th" Hon. MM! ('ONSTA BLK li. <>t HfU«irisou, !<'X- BARGAINS FOR EVEBYBOO •2* m h:i\e. now oil hand the most complete stork *>t Summer* C \ the \ ountry. roitt}>nsmo- Nov elties m 1 )ress (. ioods, TrijWiinjh . d,s T>u i;f - ; Kmt>roiJene.s, Laces, _ Ribbons. P xrasols. Gloves, Mitts, etc. ,... .h-y cn"-pl i,rt'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

1 ^"V r Z~ i Weekly Monitor j^ULISUED EVERT SATURDAY BT CATS ft TEAGARDEN. t 'V I I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Year SI.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months SO Entered at the postofUce as second- class matter. HERfc AND THERB. ,x George Gould sliave* lilmself. "* « Wj, New York It lionizing Mr. Oilplant John Bright'a health t« on tbe mend. I.tdy Dudley sleeps tu black silk sheets. Mrs. J. Ii. Kiddle, tbe novelist, la a nativ* oI Ireland. Cardinal Gibbons resembles Henry Clay la appearance. Tbe Income of Oxford University for 18S7 was $320,000. Flngerleil kid gloves are tbe latest whim lo feminine society. Tbe British Order of Odd Fellows shows a membership of 53,000. Gen. Sheridan fought scvonty-flve battles and was never defeated. A deep sea eel of twenty pounds I* exhibit- ed In a Mew York market. Shoe aolcs of wlru net, outlasting leather, ore a new Idea In Germany. Tbe Queen of Denmark Is very denf, but passionately fond of music. Porto Rico pineapples, nine po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

SHE SIGHS FOR A SAILOR LOVER ISi Thirty Years Abo the Said Oiood- Uy, but felie "VVuits Nlulitly lor llliu Yet. Shortly after C o'clock Inst evening, says tlie Manchester (N. II.) Union, a woman took up her position near the southeast corner of the passenger sta- tion. She was not far from 60 years of age. Her form was bent, her hair was silvered with years of anxiety, and her face was wrinkled and careworn. Her round gray eyes were deep set. and seemed weary from constant watching. The woman's complexion must have been of the fairest blonde type years ago, as it was still whito and well pre- served, considering her years. She was clad in a dress of dingy dark brown material. Closely wrapped about her shoulders was a rusty plaid shawl, and upon her head rested a hat of fadod black material, of a style, or rather lack of stylo, unknown to tlie women of the present day. In her clasped hand she grasped a well-worn leather traveling bag. The sun was almost an hour from setting when she ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 14 July 1888

WPP"V * • £. *> 'i >-'v ••4virlyMi«i < «*-^',<i-if "Tliifc jjii'^Mtriirciftt ^1 -.J® :,> ;yv--vv;^ • mm iiMfasi AHDUE w S, A I i H •' vr i ril- 11 Bid R' t i| Hi it ft >!fc: alt # V.' * «■ rhe Ch&ap Dry Goods and Grocery Man of Mineola,. f the jjio.si iMMiiplotti uiicl rhf:i|M S! <to on hand tins ^rmu \*♦ 121 <M 1 Staler ir j ' . • PBOPTJCEi, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and wc.ll ,assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest ca | produce. prices. Highest market price paid for countryianc^ Serviceable Goods in Mineol&. •Fod'.•«.• lionilt W il llllr.J \V;- ]!•>;;. I.. ('. H/'alli, of Unci. wail, late h. t. udtdate for Slut - trcaaui'' r. tin* withdrawn. In lei tor <> the Hook waii rJfoWH. anuoum; im: )ii •• withdrawal, he HHvt': ipviliK tlx* position 1 have ;,y.,. beret* fore, art «eil its now. nil tin- ^ !i*(Uf>l inr/liun, I am i might .to tlife :ui'ion that I %\ on!<! In do. iug.xuvsolf ami 11 fhai is il<...

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