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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

, jui—m<um , r " ■ r—, , 1 1 .I" I ' ■ SUBSCRIPTION PRICK One Cop , (in,) Year ..30 ■ One Uojy, > .\ Months 7ft j One Copy. I'oui .Months. . .."iO I Liberal Discounts to Clubs. .. .... . . ... 1 mssBBsmasgSBnam Advertising Rates made known on application. %. •KiSit JOB PRINTING A SPECHLTY. VOL. XI. MINEOLA7 TEXAS; SATIIHDAY. JULY 21. 1888. l'KOFKSSIOtlAL CARDS. Hon. Kvax Junks bus not decided wlictlicr ho will accept nomination for Governor tenr him by the :'hotch-potch" crowd. It docs not make the difference, whether he aeeopts not to any one but himself and j the sai<1 "hotehpotchers." Rossi win In at Evan Jones 100,000 votes, ] least hit ofj or I 11. i). iiaht. .IXO. T. ckaodock. HART & (.HADDOCK, Attorneys* - at - Law, Munkoj.a, Tkxah. Practice in (lie District and iuf'enor conns of tho State ami the ^upivuie and Fetlprul courts al Tyler. IIOHACIC JSI. ( ATE, Attorney - at - Law, MlNKOi.A. TkXAS, , . ordered, ' Offers bis professional services to the ,m.i ti1(1 k;h ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

SS3SBS nr" . ■■■--- JBi i~X MSP BP"!— in*'— n .' *, ■ "• •' ?■:'■<'£'■'&*■*■■•:•-/■:•**■■,*11 ' ' • -VV- • ' v.% . ••;•. . ■;** A FOOT-PRINT. f 11 "Yaas," said the old carpenter, hob- bling about tor his square, "that's iist what I be agoin to do. Jim Sykes lie* fastened throe boys ti|> in this here loft, an'left'em ovor night, already, au' I mean to put an end to lus fun." "liow could any one reach the bel- fry, if that trap was closedV ques- tioned the boy who had been standing around watching the carpenter as lie made small repairs about the school- house. "I dunno," giggled the old man,' "arter the last trueus when Jim fast- ened Joe Howard up here an' had all the town out half the night a huntin' for 'ini, the committee said to me, sez he, 'Hijeyou jes'lix up thet ar' trap, no's no more boys '11 be shot up in the garret,' an' I'm a goin' to do it." When tho work was finished and the trap opening from tho boys' vestibule up Into the belfry of the school house M as clos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

7—^: \. ^ > TALMAGE. THE GREAT BROOKLYN DIVINE Dilates to a Sweltering Throng in the Tabernacle. 'Be> C nttit With Such Things as Ye Have- Happiness Is Not Dependent Upon Out- ward Clronmstanoes-Tho H-art, Right Toward God and Man, We Aw Happy—The Heart Wrong Toward God and Man, We Av" Unhappy. Bhooklvn, July 15.—Tho Km-. T. PoWltt Tutelage, I). 1)., took for Ills subject today: ''In Good Humor Willi Our Circumstances." H:s text was Hebrews, C'li. 18. v 5: "Bo con- teul with sueli things as ye liavo." The great preacher's discourse was Us follows: If I should a?k some one, "Where is Brook- lyn, lo-davf" be .would say, "At lirlirbton Beach or li'St Haniplou, or Shelter island." 'HVlicre Is New York, to-diiy!" 'At Long: liruncli." "Where Is Philadelphia!" "Cape May." "Where Is Boston?' "At .Martha's Vineyard." "Where Is Virgliiluf' "'At, the Sulphur Spr'ugs." ''Where the great multl- luilo from all parts of (lie land I" "At Sarato- tro," the modern Betliesda, where the angel of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

'-r'™—r*~~"— &*«k^ :Al .ilk' Mft The Mlneola Weekly Monitor. publishku bvkiiv satl.'hdvv itv Cate & Teagarden. Saturday, July 21, 1888. Entered at the post office an riecoti«l- cIbhh matter. Reduction* Mario l y tin* Mills Rill. The reductions made by tin* Mills bill cm the actual neces- saries of life an* not generally un- derstood. Wo see tho statement currently mode tlmt 111e Mills bill mak«H a reduction of about seven per cent.. But it must b< rcmem- bereil this is the average per cent, of reduction. The duties are re- duct d a great deal more on some commodities, in proportion to cost than upon others. Now Hill Farmer is opposcyvt a reduction of the tariff". lie in a Knigbt of Labor and that (jfder all through the manufacturing States is generally republican and favors ! a high tariff and shorter hours of J labor. They care nothing for tax ! burdened farmers, so long as the |tax indirectly benefits operatives in manufacturics Although the fiirmer in this country work...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

pppppp HHHMNH HBBBB jj' \ rsl t ul The Mineola Weekly Monitor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ■=« AKNOUNCEMEMTS. —Continued. L indent,! uiir FOR CONORF8S. We arc authorized to announce flow J.tMKt* H. .Ioxks as ti candidate lor nom- ination l>v the Democratic convention of the Tfiird Congressional Dblri.-t for Congress. • : Death ol' Mm. II. T. FOR .1 L'STICK OF THK l'FACF. | rt-ll'n i *viuli*«l . Wi: are authorized to annouuee J. S. | " tilt' "<*t'int. Ncw man as a candidate for the otHeo of i off .• ,erv t-sti titai >' f Indv, Mrs. M. Justice ol tho Peace, Precinct No. I. , ■' , ., <■ .1 Wood countv. K Landers, the wile ol our fellow! We an. authorized to announce the | tow,1K1"au. Mr J- H f.uiiders. j. name of ('. s. Mays as a candidate for Mrs. Landers bore for several weeks 11" Justice of the Peace, precinct No. 2., BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY. I have now on hand the most complete stock of Summer Goods the country, comprising Novelties in Dress Goods, Trimmings, Wo are authorized to ann...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

5. r I ft; I ;¥ ffJSTPr w* NWM^pphMukmi n TbeHlneola Weekly Monitor rUBLIBQED EVERT 0atcbday t CATS a TBAQARDBN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Tear 11.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months go Interod at the postofllce m second class matter. LIVE STOCK. St. Louis, Satl'kdav, July 'jo.—Re- ceipts and shipments f- r twenty-foiu hours ending at 11 a. in. to day: Il'irsim Hh<">p. .«ii (>h. WiJ US !>.;/ l u Cattle. JTo :m. ItecflptB.... :V1 i.j.n bUipDiaam..l,:t9ii t :l Cattle—Tho market. was qni«>tfi'oin this opening to tliti close. Shippers were unusually nervous in making liiils at former evidently the sharp advances or tlie nasi days; on tho other hand, holders were firm " Srades av MILLIONS OP ACRES, One «f the Largest Transfers of Real Es- Btate on Record. ElI'aso; Tex. July 17.—A doed was liled for record in tho county clerk's •ofllcfe in this city Friday by which a ; real estate transfer of over a million acres of land was consummated, the considerati...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

| _ii - -1 •V| ' ..w wn^w,iiJTHw T,'''''ii'!>.*, p.' i- -a^gpn f ii'i H |v > BEATING THE PLAY. Women Wlio r« a Theater Tickets Willi Gray Wlifukers. ■Just than, says the Now York ■Graphic, canto along a gentle, tender young.thing in the quietest of tailor- •miido suits, and Raid in the sweetest tone: tore off my coupon out there in tlio crowd and lost the tioket. Cau't ( got in on this?" and she handed the uiun of fate her coupon. "But this coupon is dated throe ia>s ago, It is no good now." "Dear me," she said, with the soft- est surprise, "I must have gotten it mixed," and she. went back and bought a ticket for the first time to- lay. "Is there much of that sort of thing tried onP" inquired the amazed re- porter. ".More of ton by wornon than meu," was the sad answer. "Hut we are pretty sure to got on to litem sooner >r litter. They buy admission tickets tntl then hand the usher an old coupon, ind he in the rush doesn't notice, and rives them a seat, but the chances are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 21 July 1888

r.: V I ;:■ . W. L. ANDREWS, Su ■< -hi V .olet H Hi !nt 'l.-on artd iV SpUiifi 'II, Dealer :n PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - A full and well assorted stock of family groceries 011 hand ICE. and at ■} The Cheap Dry Goods and Grocery Man of Mineola, ■It- on hum! this Spring with one t>l" th«; mosi complete and chcapi.H stuck of the very lowest cash prices Highest-market price paid tor country Fashionable and Serviceable Goods in Mineola. produce. "What'i ui a name"" Aureal deal if it be Uu.t of Waslihi jitoji <<r Napoleon or an hietorteal hero. The mere mention '■ i'cxas | "fa name often •■licitM a storm of lip-1 ! plan p from a syrnpotlmtic audience. Jt 1 ;■1 ■ > 11 I ih from tiw iiiiiloijophv of advertising j Tin- Stuff Tielot. There 1- :i remarkable hit k ill 111 vert ft in political in 1"' this year. Fojie of tin' pasml | [H flip philosophy of advertising j KtlltO oUi«*'it> httV'i- -H>| o-itnni ex-j that actors adopt i ntnue iianie. Man., 1 ' hifiiriiirory. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

mineola, texas, saturday, july 28, 1888. NO. 44. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. The Monitor. A Flaunting Lie. A CAUD. The union labor element of the j Oourier-Jonrnal • I am loth to drag private matters hakt ixo. t. cradpock. ! Wood county alliance seems to lie Our Republican contemporaries i before the public, but as uiy name HART A' CRADDOCK, i the majority judging from the are greatly "discouraged." and, |iH usocl in the campaign for i resolutions of the county alliance though the campaign has scarcely | Cmmtv Jlul in this (,l(Unl " a|ld I announcing the Minpola Monitor |opened, ttiey have exhmiHUHt their \ * f0ritsc0urset0wardsj .il. Morrow, vocabulary in denouncing any one ate ina,m,J' j Jonathan Russell and W 12. Farm- im\ Attorneys « at - Law, Mi.\eoi..\. Tkxas Practice in 'he Uistrkt ami inferior j or. Now the Monitor has only courts of the Maui and the Supreme i attacked their political record and | that it was justified in doing. It 'will be a bad day for the Wood ed. murrie, The lea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

CSKS OF STRATAGB1. DR. TALMAGE ADDRESSES HIS COM- RADES OF THE THIRTEENTH. % I Victorious lletrcut—Tlio Triumph of llio Wlckeil l short—'Theatre* ami M:lri!>- ln( Saloon* lo lie Turned Into Asylums, Art Galleries and Churches. Peekskhx, N. Y., July 33.—Clinplalu T. Do Witt Tuliuage pruaclirid today to tin* Thirteenth regiment of the New York State National Utiartl.-i, now encamped hero. The regiment assembled at 11 p. m., when |>oo|>l<: from llio neighlxiriiiK country, towns and cities wore present in i in in pi iso numbers. A military band conducted the mimical part of the ser- vice. Chaplain Tahiinge'h sermon, which wan on "Uses of .Stratagem," was bused on Joshua viii, 7: "Then ye shall rise up from the ambush, and seize upon the city." Ho said: Men of the Thirteenth regiment and their frieridH hero gathered, of all occu- pations and professions, men of the city and men of the fields, here is a theme lit for all of us. One Sabbath evening, with my family arouud me, wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

'4U It \ A AN ALLEGORY, t ^ In a hnse oak tree in a forest errand, In ihe heart of a balmly Southern land, A pulr of mated lovers dwelt; And they cooed and culled, und they often sane Till the corridors of the old woods rung; 'J'helr blithesome spirits seemed to luelt "With all the hupplncss they felt. They sang and chirped in their innocent (flee, Of the peaceful home In the liuire oak tree; And the tiuy ones In the nest, Till ii glistening snake crawled up ouo day To where the tender nestling lay, A vandal, uninvited guest, With terror in his creeping quest, ''' Of hfiughtv, wise nnd consequential mien, High up 0„e tree u gray owl sat serene; Sat safe upon a sturdy limb And saw-the anguish of the parent pair, With cola und.careless, plty-huiren stare; 80 self possessed, and stern, and grim, '' Their misery is nuught to him. ▲ busy, brown-elad, hardy little bee, Among the Doners, underneath (lie tree, Belie1'! the thrilling scene by chance, And rising ou his houei-ladcn wing, Prove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

;y ■'1 "'fir^1 ^I^SIMFWCS^L. ■• - The Mineola Weekly monitor. imruuhllkm) kvkkv h atl'kda y hv Cate A Teagarden. Saturday. July 28, 1888. Ru tared at the |«oat ottiee us «*'oud- class niattft. FOR PRESIDENT; GHOYEH CLIVRJMD. OP NEW YORK, FOK VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. Hon. Melville W. Fuller was confirmed hist Saturday by the United States Senate for chief jus- tice of the supreme court of the United States. The votes stood 11 lo 20. The J^ihor Organ is not dead, It came out in a half .sheet form la&t Tuesday and published the boy- cotting resolution against the Monitor. No it is not dead, but it has every appearance of being a, „ , , . ' ., :after they are built, and we.further corpse, or at least, in the last stages i ... , , - , . , - ,. , submit, that such purchase as advo- of a fatal decline. : . . , 1T \ , , I cated by the I nion Labor party .' a11<I the Knights of Labor amen- able to iill the objections urged by face of this evidence, and any unci of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

";-V The Mtaeola Weekly Monitor. ANNOUNCEMKNTM. ARNOUHCEHENTS. —Continued. FOK CONGRESS E V'f jtri' authoriited t-i« announce How. |mks II. Jonks an a candidate for uoiu- Ition by the .Democratic convention the Third Congressional l>istrict. for ontrress. * fe tire authorized to announce Hon. IB. Kiuioub for re-election to Con- fess from the Thud Congressional Dis- k FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. IVc are authorized hi aunounce H. XT. iitakkk, "f Tyler. Smith county, taii, as a candidate for the office FJudge of thin the Seventh Judicial istrict of Texan, subject to the action phi' Democratic farty. Jit are authorized tn iimwunce Felix I.McConn, of Smith county, as a can- ate for re-election to the office of ge of the Seventh .Tudicial District. KOU < 'OUNTY .Jl'lXnK. j for the office of Constable of precinct I therefore support vou for the legis ~ ... No. 1, Wood county subject to the ac-' *e are authorized in announce I. ™. ] y0u tlf (|ie Democratic party. Mrs as a candidate loi re-e e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

/ Tbe Hlneola Weekly Monitor rDBLUDED EVERT 8ATCBDAT BT CATE ft TEAOARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, Ono Tear tl.no One Copy, Six Months One Copy, Four Months 60 Entered at the postoflloe as second class matter. TO BUILD MACHINE SHOPS. Extensive Improvements Being Made- Large Real Estate Purchases— Crain's Opponent. Lakkdo, Tux.,July 21.—The Mexican National railway to-day surveyed about twenty acres of land between tliu bonded warehouse and the (Jaudalupc mining company smelling works,whew they will] erect the principal machine and car shops of this company. Three hundred skilled mechanics will ho employed. Olio hundred residences for the families of the workmen are to bo erected. A syndicate to-day of eastern capi- talists and citizens of Laredo pur- chased wo,000 worth of city blocks Mr. J. freight at Flyrm^ passenger _ und of the Mexican National from the city. J. F. light agent at New Laredo, Mexico, ami also con- sular agent of the United States in. Mexico, lias resigned. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

•: ri) • iihi.i^ l-fti ^MI^. > * .✓ r * V^" V" ..itrmr'' n W. L. ANDREWS, Sue. for to Richardson Ar Spurgeon, v¥ oSefci ie and Fie tail Deafer in Julius A. Casper} The Cheap Dry Goods and- Grocery Man of Mineola, (ilk Tim! ■:t Fills it W am. illicit llll'lij 'light thai and \Vn ||| pper. sient, •ofer- •.(, lust Is of ; '• S •: I .. UHIM 1* whit'll hfc ♦mils 'loVCJ- .** iJ1K. iir> j is that it <ii-ii]>* ' ai -, from the sii'-i't on which it is writ- [<:\k .VI till i) t W ol V t * jUHll'S. I i; is m h nil which >■ iould become r with every 'iolitinin.il, j> t:*t i<*ul.tr]y tvjtll th.'U jvi'ul who h;l Ve heref.ol'ol i apiieuded 'he i>o-t "'i i]'mini; tilis le'lfi Felt m i nk PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at j the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country .JFagkionable and Serviceable Goods in Mineola. fnvwlii('(• I M.v lineol" Ladies Drews Hoods, including a nice line ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 28 July 1888

vM v- X T-r "KIVERED." "Were 1 askfiil to nnmo the races of tlie South I sliould answer: "White, black and Ihe mountaineer.'' The lat- ter belongs to u distinctive race. While he may be classed with the whito as ! far as color goes, his tastes, habits, characteristics and raodo of life art! pe- culiarly his own. If he likes you he "will tnakn any sacrifice to oblige you. If he hates you ho will seek ) our lifo •with a deteriuinntion which nothing can damp, The great world beyond liis mountain home is a sealed book to him. He lives in himself, by hluisolf and for h niself. I was riding ovor that spur of the Cumberland Mountains which General Morgan (Federal) hold so gallantly while liitell and Bragg were driving each other by turns over Kentucky, when I lost my way. The mountain trails of the South are dangerous puz- zles to a stranger. Thoy run up and down—twist—turn—dodge—lose them- selves in dark ravines and lonely gaps. There is a feeling of loneliness which you cannot shake oil'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

Vr ^ ^ . „ r_tK 222id ^ St'BSC RIl'TtON I>ne ( 1'ir. (>n . i far line Copy, >i Months t ine I Foill Months Liltei-al l>ls(Mimt« lo si. It) <1.1(1 I J p • PROFESSIONAL ( HIUS. M1NEOLA, TEXAS, .SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888. Pleasant Grove. W.' it. B. ll.\KT. .INO. I. I'RA 1)1204 K* 11 ART iV ( RADDOClv: Attorneys jit - L.nv, M I N tl'J.A • T k.n a s. I'riii tier iu, thn VUMct and. inferior courts < 1' the State ami ilie 'Supreme aud Peilual coVn'ts at Tyler. , Chambcrlain's Colic, <'hoh-.ra and Diarrhoea Reniedv is tlx1 most hUfccs.-d'ul preparation 0v«*r pro- duct d lor Summer Complaint. Cholera Morbus, Dysentery. Di- K<lihirs MoNti-me arrht*a. Bloody Kins and ChruniY H;ivj in , Wt Diarrhoea and thousands 01 pc* I'I.KASAM (.iitoVK, TKXA- .1 111 V 21 1SJSK, V. It UOKACI-: Jl.TATE Attorney - sit - Lmv, Minkoi.a, Ti:xas. tXli'i • hi.- professional services to ihc people of Wood nix! siirrouiiriiiiu- eoiui- ties. Will prat ti< « in ntl the courts of the State ami l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

>— I TK -n- ! V' \ , V - T ' . ■ > FARM AND HOME. from two Ia three limes as nii^li, nud J ' ovtir llm ns ltutv* lire Bp Va ult Nflm. Strong strawberry plants, nut a year igo nnd bearing a few berries .his season, arc not as gooil us this 'ear's new plants. Plants that .viulil ruit an exhausted anil require Doro timo aftnr frit'llng season to nako uuw roots. However, if in not- ing thorn one cuts off all of the old oaves close to crowu nnd wets the 'oots thor'Highly v/lien transplanted, hoy Will make good plants for frilli- ng next year. It dous not pay only for those who lave plenty of spare limn, and who are illing to get oho fair to good sort oui >f a hundred snudliags, or perhaps too extra sort out of 0,000 to 10,0b.) codlings. Tliey do not reprodtioo the ■amo once In a thousand linns, Uut vhure one desires to do so lot him .tike ripe straw berries, rnnsli them on hick papr.r and dry in u shady place, mil sow in llglii, loamy soil under glass, ind kept surface moist. Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

*,; iMM p « M MMtMMM i «i ■ r 4 | 1 ;t. lona's Escape. A ■'j S i/.) Sho wns nine-nnd-twenty—yes. pos- itively uiue-and-twonty. And liui* friends said "one your tuoro," laugh- ing maliciously and wagging tlioir Vheads, and knowing liiat the next year would bo spent as the last twelvo had Use'), hi ll:yi.ing In a quiot, subdued, lady-like way; but securing no one. Deipilo her wit, beauty and accom- plishments, for Iona had all of those, she had always boon looked upon as an old maid. Perhaps it was that little romance in her early budding womanhood, when people thought she was engaged and soon to be married, tli^t kept suitors away from her. P.uhaps it was her own disinclination to wod. Cer- tain it was, that ima always had plen- ty of admirers; and everybody was ready to swear lo iior goodness, but some way she didn't marry. And now her lady friends wero sure that she never would, for there wasn't an oligi- blo young man in town, and Iona had heretofore laughed at this awful thirty, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

■Hj wiA*..vAvas^ r-jJfelfe <■*7 / iHe Mlneola Weekly Monitor. PUBUHIIUI) KVKHV HATI'HDAV UV Gate & Teagarden. Hutui'(la.v. Aug. 4, 1H88. Knt«ri*l at tlie post ofllee a* sworul- flam matter. FOlt PRKSI DKNT : CROVER CLEVELAND. OF NEW YORK. FOR VICK PRKSJDKNT. ALLEN G. THURMAN. OF OHIO. AdvlHH* Vlolt'iiiv. Ah examples of the iiiHaiuatory ' he commits The befor care 1 nature of the advice given to tlie j tin ■ follower- of tin* I'nion Labor party ; which the by its Koran, the Chicago Kxpre^s. above, wen we give below some extract* from ' cie in tile : it-- column*. The Kxpre«s we sentence. 1 style the Koran of that party. he cause it iw it.- oflieial journal, and i {"•*'V,!K ,,xwpl i i .i it-.. hari'ly hone through the ballot because thc thousands ot votaries - , ' r- . , , , . . . .. ■ prove the exception. 'ol the party read it with avidity. Km v- Hkavh: even tu the uttermost parts of the' Falls Cite. Neb. Union, and draw their inspiration Th;lt is sar t)|e bail, t. wili fail f...

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