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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

T7?vW * S 'J - • 0:My\: U The Mlaecla Weekly Monitor. ANNOUNCKM T.NTS. KOK CoNUUKSS We j rt- authorized i-> announce ANNOUNCEMENTS. —Contlnwd, i'*0!v COUNTY vomimi^KK We are authorised to announce J. V. «ouuf\*.'U|..uld have : ^"/?id,aV* ?<"■ ,v ?1(*',i>,a ,u> the !'all.Ov Fair. whi. e office ot County ( orumissioner lor i ' !)n the t'rei i not ;ommissiouer .... 1.Wood county, subject to bet lUthiu-u. An Fnii>ort:uit .Matter. It i,> very important that Wood I in exhibit ill h Open ; t )eto- The people ut' Mia-, eoja havt agreed that thev will BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY I have now on hand the most complete stock <. ( Summer Goods. I 1 * 1 • • • ■ ,,in the country, comprising No\'elties in Dress Goods, Trimmings, ;erin«it ut ! Embroideries, Laces, Ribbons, Parasols, Gloves,' Mitts, etc. A Hex ,I.\m1> H. .Ionks as a candidate for nom-1 the Democratic primary. i nation by tin' Democratic c<«nvt-ntion of 1111* rfiml Congressional D.-txict, tor I oil .IL'STICl. Oh T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

« ■ iirTTMrrrri-r, ■ p •| ,4^' "■■ .'V" ■WH- rDBLMBKD zvkbt 8atckdat BT CATS ft TEAOARDSN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Tear $1.00 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy. Four Months 60 Butered at the postoflloe as second class matter. I GEN. SCHOPIELD. Rumor that He Will Take Temporary Command of the Army. New Yohk, Aug. 1.—A ruennt visit of (run. Ncholield to Washington having given l'iso to rumors that he wax to be placed in command of tlx; aruiy during the temporary disability of Gen. Sheridan, a reporter called upon Gen. Heimlich! at Governor's Island and asked ldm if there was any truth in the rumor. He said : "There is, so far as I know, no reason whatever for such a report. 1 see that rumor originated in Washington, and it ma.\ be of course there is talk of it there. But there is no reason for it hero, and my recent visit to Washington hud nothing whatever to do with tlm sub- ject." Being asked what the law regarding such cases is, hn said : "There is no law. The matter is en...

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

■■■:■ ' - K I. / ) V I 11 / TALMAGE IN THE OCCIDENT. / A Oiiiutauqm Assembly the Eccipiant tf Eis Discouraj. "Ill* f:3u'-?tliTln2 Divlna Xl'mtratA* W. h Mi:;hty Earnestness and U.l'irliig Z al tliu E p.b jiats aud Sign flcant D H.iition of the l't vout Portrayal of the Martyrs of Every Day Lif . I.aki s: ii, Ohio, Jtilv 20.—For many rears •it Afnnitihly or tin Cliautauiiua type lias ">oeii In-Ill at litis point. Tti« icu'.Uu; piofes- >«ors,scholars mill clerjtyntuii of Iiiis mid other limds Inivo aililress"d tlio mlll iicea. The lic'ir. T. DcW'ltt TalmiKe, D. I)., of Urooklvn, Is now licre. lie lee.mod yesterday (Satin- •day) and preached to day, lo throngs InnII- niiurahlo. The subjeet of Ills sermon to-day was: "The Martyrs of Kvcr«-Day Life." He took for his text: -'riiou, trereforo, endure 'hardness."— II. Timothy, 11., 8. Dr. Tiilmairo said: Historians arc not slow to nclcnotvleilir.) the .merits of tireut military chit ftains. We have the full-lentil porti.il's of till C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 August 1888

/ -■ W. L. ANDREWS, Sucec-siu to llicliaiiIhdii A Sturgeon, v/! oJesale and Retail Dealer in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER AND - ICE. The Cheap Dry Goods and Grocery Man of Mineola, A full and well assorted stock of family grocei ies on hand and at^ j* on hand thin SpringVitu om-« r iiie m i eompu-te ami (.-huaptwt 8t«<-k «f the very lowest cash prices Highest market price paid for country Fashionable and Serviceable Goods in Mineola. product'. v Sir John Lnhh ik. tjol kiudund. has studied the liiil>iIs- "JJnl ants lor twetitv tw i roars to discover_I ■+" ..... rry*rr"— their aver live. dm.-. tlu-ir avra'.: J'liv^r.fiTy: "SHI I.OH'S VITAMER i.-! what von' need for constipation, !■ >*■■■• ■ >! nt>)>i■ 11(i-. dizziness utui all pti m;• of <i< i-p'p- Kiti. Price )0 and :•' cents p." '<■ >11(«' For Hiili! )• v R M . A rinM vjiig. jioi k : otill p 'i'1' ' on ! ' .iii' ill It '!' Smith A' ' o'- IMPROVED LANDS FOR SALE ! Unimproved Lands for Sale i o i. it\ Propert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

4 t • a i ■■ s'iBftr: .... £/{. ( f / SUBSCRIPTION PRICK One Copy, < >u.> i ear II .50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four .Months 50 Liberal Dlaeouuts. to Clubs. VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 11. 1888. Advertising Rat made known on applic JOB PRINTING A SPECIAL! NO. 46 # PROFESSIONAL CARDS. «. b. 41art. jno. t. chad dock. HART k CRADDOOK, Attorneys - at - Law, Minkoi.a, Tkxas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State ami the Supreme ami Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CAT 10, Attorney - at - Law, Miskoi.a, Tkxas. Otfurs his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding conn- ties. Will practice in all the court* of the State and the Federal court at Tvler. Wood County Convention. ——I The County Convention of the ckaddock. democracy of Wood County, met at the Court House thereof on Mon- day, August Hth, 1888 pursuant to the call of S. A. Kendrick, chair- man of the Democratic Executive committee of said county, when the follo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

r tr~p< n*r •■ss-rT'.v-' ■T SKSS J— I T • . -.is, i i, ssp:;v i FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. l'lenty of I <>d<li<r < orn. No fanner can nford to do without a pood supply of fodder corn, even though he may linvo u goof supply of tlio very best of liuv. milch cows sire very fond of fodder corn, nnd it helps very metoriuliy in increasing us well ax maintaining tliu How of mik dur- ing the cold, wintry mouth*. Jt is the nearest approach to green food thov can have, unless it is ensilage, which we do not consider very profita- ble for the average farmer. To get a good crop of fodder corn, n well-culli- vated and cloan piece of ground should be chosen as curly this month us prac- ticable. lluve it well plowed and har- rowed, though we would prefer not to harrow until the corn is sown (f sowed broadcast), us it can bo covered better by harrowing ufterwurd. To prevent the birds from lovying tribute take the corn, moisten it with warm water and drain it off; to a bushel of corn pour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

p I f £ I | \ 9 y ii The New Neighbors. BY I- B. B. *•" " ■ '•Well, now, Jed, what do you think old Mr. 81ms has donei He has rented the little cottage next us. Mauday Gloen told me so this morning, and that ain't the worst o( It, either. It Is let to a man with a wife and boy, and the boy Is one of them smart ones. They can't abide with him In the city, and so they will bring him here to worry the life of honest and peaceable folks.". "Is that their sole object In coming here, mother!" "Manday says she Is sure that Is It, for she heard the man tell 81ms that he must gut his boy into the country, and wbut else cun you make of it! 81ms would rather die than sell you that property, Jed, Now he rents It to a inan that owns a liarum-scarum boy that will be our especial torment. It does seem too bad," and the olil lady sat down her cup, and looked as she probably felt, completely put out. "Don't worry over it, mother; perhaps the mother of the boy limy compensate for all his shortcomings...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

h> ;' JMM li p-''i The Mineola Weekly Monitor. m (X ' Pl'BLlBIISD b'VUiV HATL'iUJAV UY ' Cate & Teagarden. Saturday, Auj:. 11, 1888. LitUrt-d at the |K>st office tut HM'oml- eUmt matUr. FOR PRESIDENT: GBOVEB CLEVELAND. OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. After it Htubbom nontext of two days and Ht.'voral hundred bollots, the Judiciaul Convention at Wills Point miceeedcd, on the night of the 9th, in nominating R. N. Staf- ford for District Attorney, \V. 15. Wynne withdrawing. Hon. Felix J. McCord was nominated for Dis- trict Judge hy acclamation when the body first assembled. Mill*, of , organ describes men who hold the I wants of the Government, we favor I Roger Q. Mills has a right to position in public esteem which the entire repeal of the internal' consider the passage of the bill to I lias been won by Cleveland. Mills • revenue laws rather than surrender ; reduce taxation to be a notable j and Fuller as rougha, idiot*, inca- any part of our prot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

The lineola Weekly Monitor. The most convenient and econom- ical thing for j«lly, pudding* Ac., '1 is the Gelatine. Bold by Ed Murrie. Good jelly cannot be made without it. R. T. Smith & Co. have the largest stock of wall paper of any house in eastern Texas. Just received a large cotwign- ment of fine coffees, and at the very lowest prices, at Andrews. 25 bushels of good char-coal wanted at once by 10. D. iU'kkkss, Mineola, Texas. R. T. Smith & Co. will not be uodersold in paints, oils <fec. dont fail to price with them. Lon Blasingame keeps the finest whiskies, brandies and cigars sold in Texas at his two refreshment palaces in Mineola. Complete assortment of school books at R. T. Smith & Go's, drug store. • Call and see. us at our new store on Broad street, and be convinced that we keep the best goods and sell them cheaper than any store in town. S. R. Bruce A* Co. 45 4t. Kvery farmer in this section is requested to price drugs of R. T. Smith & Co. before purcha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

The Mineola Weekly Monitor I ti is L* I rOBLUHED KVZHT UTCIDiT IT CATB ft TEAOARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, On Tear 11.80 On« Copy, Six Months 7G Oae Copy, Four Month* CO Intercd at the postoffioe aa second- class matter. NOT ALL DEAD YET. A Man Jumps from Brooklyn Bridge and There is Probacy One Less Now. NkwYokk, An#. 7.—This morn in nn individual evaded the, police unci jumped from thoccntralspaii of Brook- lyn bridge Into the river. lit; crossed the bridge in a wagon, and when he came to the center pedestrians and teamsters saw him jump from the wagon and climb 011 tin? parapet with the agility of a cat. Flinging oil'his derby hat, he sprang into thu water. Friends in a tug picked him up and spirited him away. The police ^ot his hat. When picked up tIk; man was in a semi-conscious condition, and the tug convoyed him to Hamilton ferry, where an ofllccr summoned an ambu- lance and ho was conveyed to hong Island college hospital. The surgeons said ho was suffering from a sev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

CURRENT EVENTS. V r tw m f f The Prlnco of Wales U forty six. 'Gen. Sherman will soon be alxty-eljrlit. New York city had a $150,000 lire last week. B—natural Is the keynote to gooi breed- in if. Celluloid has almost driven ivory out of use. The locust plague in Algiers is ■ becomlus worse. There are 10,030 Japaness Christians 1b Japan. They have uatural gas and petroleum In Japan. The first railroad in Persia Is being con- structed. Statistics show that labor-aavlug machines increase wages. A Doston professor Is embalming a whale lor $1,00J. General Bucll Is still In active buslnoss in Kentucky. Do Lesseps, the French engineer, is in his eighty-third year. Ben Butler spends much of .his time in lils Now Yolk law ojlicii. Prince lioland Bonaparte is in Washington -studying the natives. At Minneapolis, Minn., 30,0U0 barrels of (flour are made per day. An expedition Is being formed In Berlin for the relief of Ernin Bey. Ireland's butter export to England is 40,- ■000,000 pouuds annual...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 11 August 1888

Ill / !• H,'iu)piyiEMW|i! ■' .JWUllUI V l*^-,'^'>1 rrf "! il;i ; | I W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to RichurdBon it Spurgcon, in Wholesale and Retail Dealer 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. Hawkins precinct convention i met August 4th, l*H8, at J1 o'clock , a. in. 1'. M. Faulk was dectcdj permanent chairman and Frank Mabrv secretary. Convention was called to order mid tin; object of the convention explained hy tliej chairman. The con volition then proceeded to elect delegates to tin;t county convention whieh resulted ItH follows : IMPROVED LANDS FOR SAL£ ! Unimproved Lands for Sale ! <1 C. Kairell; 1! 15. A. Wells, J. M. Uoi'Kiin, T W. Webb, (ii.l Wallace, 15 ]i Toiicy, Joe MrCorkle. The delegate* were l! wlI'Uctei! it) voli .tr> 'i oi!il. questions before tin after which th to cast the vote follows : For District Attorney, i! 1). T s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

'•r._ Advertising Rates imade known on application SUBSCRIPTION PRICK : One Copy, Ono Year ; One Copy, Six .Months 75 I Ono Copy, Four Mouths 50 ' LilieruJ Dlm'omit# to Club*. ' VOL. XL MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1888. NO. 47. aJSM m PROFESSIONAL €ABDS. Th<* ol ',ulv ^solution tions into 1. boycott, all tor the nient of this government of lilierty 1 • 1 gratification of its own potty the Democratic members ol' the b.u.hart. rxo t. cbadiiock. j \\ herea#, the Mineohi Monitor w}iims. It is known that no such i order w ould in sill probability be HAHT Ar (HADDOCK. Attorney* - nt - Law, ill.VliOl.A. Tkxas. hnvitiL tortured anil twisted tho I an idea existed in the minds of; engaged in patriotic observance of Ed. MURRIE, resolutions adopted by the Wood ini]orgjnK t]u, vcsolutions, that, jurat event, and unsuspecting TllG 1T> Oil £111 ^ "V7 rvf flrAnofiaa County Farmery" Allhmee on the: aU(, ,ul onc knmvs ^ lhttl thc;«f Um* d,.,i«ni„K purpose*, wotdd J-GS/Q.©! 111 quality ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

7 \ MY WALK TO CHURCH. freathlng tba summer- scented air Alone tin bowery mountain way, tub Load's day morning I repair To servo my church a mile away. Below, the glorious river lies— A brliflir, broad-breasted, .s.lvan sea— itid round the sumptuous highlands rise, fair as the hills ol' Galilee. Toung flowers are In rnv path. I hear Music of unrecorded tuny. The heart of Beauty beats so near, Its |>ulsett modulate mv own. , The shadow on the meadow's breast is not more calm than my repose As, step In stop, 1 am tin.' truest Of every 11 vlujc thing that crows. Ah, something melts along the sky, And something rises from the ground, And IHIs the Inner ear and eye Beyond the sense of sight and sound. Hi Is not that I strive to see What I.ove In lovely shapes hai wrought- Jlts gracious iness.gos to me Come, like the gentle dews, unsought. I merely walk with open heart Which feels the secret in the sign; But, oh, how large and rich mv part In all that makes the feast devlnol Sometimes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

'• AN INTERESTING OLD MAP. tv. J* 1 I 11 <1 t ' \ ricture of the World ns Known In tlie i^Jxtoentli Century. On Hid wall of Mr. S. C. Stevenson's cilice, in this city, says the Montreal Gazette, is bung a iac simile of what is known as the second liorgian map. which is of great, historical value. It was presented to Mr. Stevenson Li. Sir Augustus J. Adderly, the commissioner of the West Indies and Central Ameri- ca at the 18t"6 cxliib tion in Loudon. Tlio original, by Diego 111 hero, is iu he museum of the propaganda in Home, and was lent by his holiness Pope Leo XIII. to the West Indian com- missioner for the Colonial and Indian uxliibitiou of 1880. The relic of the sarlv ages of American discovery is a eontouipoiarv copy of the first Borgiau map, so celebrated iu history on ac- count of the line traced across it by Pope Alexander VI. It must have been commenced about 1494 and lin- ished 152'J, possibly for Charles V., iu order to settle some dllictiUies with th6 Portugese in re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

P:3F*"i - Rv' ' * SB*"- '■*" ' H'CJW "I' i """1 " "'"l;. - 113 r /I l/v 1c? & & The Mineola Weekly Monitor. I'VlJMgllKJ) hVliilY XATtnilAV liV Cate & Teagarden. Saturday, Aiij?. IN, 1888. EnU n*l at the | ft ollii'n an isoeond-1 class matter. (\ ft kidiih Advice to Frleiul (tulii. Iluli ("aii! i* under the impres- Him. Fakmkh was bragging tojAn Important Mutter for Con-, sldcration of the Grange I unit Alliance. Scruggs, nt' th< t 'liai neighborhood, town and sold to B. K Mace- brought to Read & Co. \ §* v. W FOB PRESIDENT: TROVER CLEVELAND. OF NEW YOItK, FOR VICE*"I['RESIDENT : ALLIN G. THURMAN. OF OHIO. Htfttw Democratic Tlcfcel. Fur Governor— l. s. hos>. For !<!,. Governor T. It. wheixkh. Chief Justice Supreme Court jirm<k ,i. w. stayton. Associate Justices Kiipicnio Court JUlMili JNO. t.. HENin .nrimjk k. k. gaines. DiiiuiicrutJc District mid (Jouri- t.v Tickiit. For State Senator, nth District HON. ( VINK .7fiiiNs)i:\, f>f Tyler. For Representativ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

•V 71 The Mlneola Weekly Monitor. A NNOU NC'EM S'NTS. Kouorrd (!ltlzeu of Wiio1!: Officer Terrell Rug* Two Dar County I>eisd. Iu|i (hduilual*. Oji the night oi' Aug. ioth, Mr., Deputy i*iierilf R. li. Terrell, of j , F M. Dvcr.fne tax collator and1 Mineoia has within the last ten i-OK t;oN(fiii'.Sh. • . . We are authorial to auoounce Hox. ;° i'« ' the most receded citizens i dayj made two vnvc important; J ami*'. II. .h sf« us ii candidate for n«;iu-! nf Wood county. died tit his re'si- arrentc- one of the criminals being i. near Quitman, after a long I Albert Clov BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY. illation hv the 'democratic conveutiuu , . tin' Tliiid I'onurcseioia.d t)i Uriel, tor : ''''lie of Ctiiigr^tib. We are authorized t<> announce Hon. ('. It. KiuiOiti fiii' itf-elwti<m to Oon- ^rtihs from the Third Congressional Pi-- trict, FOB TAX COb't.KOTOK. We are authorized to aunodiice s\>i- l'm J. Bkntov an a candidate fur t'ie . nflieti of Tat Collector1 <i!" Wood count} . s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

r m ,/mm mm, - / i ./ f j|* Arl TheMineola Weekly Monitor published kveut 8atcrdat bt CATE ft TEAGARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Year 11.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Vntored at the postoffice m second- class matter. THE WARFARINO KANSANS. The United States Marshal Arrests Sev eral, and State Troops Restore a Semblance of Order at Hugoton. Liberal, Kan., Aug. 10.—The troops aent out by Gov. Martin to restore order in Stevens county and disarm the warfarin# inhabitants of Wood.sdale and Hugoton, and assist in the arrest of the murderers of Sheriff Cross and his three deputies, arrived at Hugoton Saturday evening. After the troops were drawn up in line around the court-bouse square, Gen. Meyers, com- mander of the militia, had the proclamation of the governor read to the assembled citizens, and then the Aoldiers weie ordered to disarm the inhabitants of the town. The latter part of the proceedings was not very successful, as ihe news of the coming .of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

The Major's Surprise. In the front corrMor of the Eden Musee; in Chicago, there usually s;ts the wax ligure of a fashionable-dressed woman. The work lias been so well done, the wax has been so nearly giv- en the actual t ut of the human flesh that many close observers are deceiv- ed. Several days ago, Colonel Hob Fitzgerald, of Little ltoclc, and Major Dave Adams, the celebrated detective of Arkansas, came to this city. While Ftzgerald was tloz ng at his hotel one morning. Major Adams went to the Musee. The Fashionable dressed wax woman attracted his attention. He bowed to her, with that graceful cour- tesy which has over distinguished tlio southern detective, and said: '•Miss,I am a stranger in this village and therefore am reduced to the neces- sity of asking vou if you can tell me where lean get some home-spun chew- ing tob:icco." The woman—and very naturally, too —refused to make a reply. Adams up- on a closer inspection, finding that the figure was wax, slapped himself in a sor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 August 1888

wmmsm W. L. ANDREWS, S —!< f to Richardson Si Kpingeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Julius A. Caspar), The Cheap Dry Goods and. Grocery Man of Mineoia, Is (in hand thin Spring with one of the most complete and cheapest stock of produce. i' . Hugjr; 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 Mineoia. My line of Ladies Dress floods, including a nice line of White Goods, Sateens, etc., is Beautiful and ('heap boyond comparison. " My line of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnish" ingg Goods is move Attractive than ever seen in tHis City. My line of Boots, Shoes, and Hats for all ages and sexes is full and complete. In every department my #t.oek is complete and at the lowest possible prioes. MY STO<'K OF ST-AJFOLu&JtSTXD ^-^ZfcTCTr GKEBOCIEiEeilES, Including ul! kinds of Country Produce, is full and complete. (Jiv...

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