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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

*•< " *'' *• „,p\wL •• ™ .' T< ■/wJKSSPJF! It *\. /t I «'■ '.t ".4 SUBSCRIPTION PRICK On.; Copy, ( >nd Year One 0<>py. *'* Months. On« Copy, Four Montis Liberal Dloeounta to Clubs Advertising Rfttes . VOL. XI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATLKDAY, AUGUST 25. 1888. i mad* known on application JOB mmTIIIG II SPECIALTY. NO. 48. Kxtracts from the Great ored at the counter of the govern 11 h aut. j no. t. ck.wiixtcic. , IIART & CRADDOCK, ' Specch of Senator Voorhees Delivered August 4, *88. Attorneys - - Law, )j My Fbllow-Citikexs—I propose | to-night to show that the history of j the republican parry, on the sub- Minkoi.a, Texas. Meet of taxation, is the history of Practice in tl , nistri. t aud iaf^lor* premeditated, organized crime courts of the Stat* and the Stiprdiiie and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATK, Attorney - at - Law, Minkoi.a, Texas. against the laboring people of the United States. Its policies of finance and of revenue for more than a qua...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

• Vi W • ••' „ THE NOMAD'S RETURN. Vow tM la rage that bang la Ufa arouad bl# ahrunkea form, n* (nap made traoka toward nel|hboriaf t ataoka for abaltar from the storm. Bike a quivering ape, bla shivering abapa ba kht beneath tba bay: Sad there be slept till morning crept Well am to mid of day. Jfcea up be roue and 'shook bla clothe! and walked about tbe farm; .While o'er tbe hill, with cawi Quite thrllli tht erowa flew In alarm. p« met a tramp, uf dummy (tamp, whole elothoa were wet with dew. Bad euld to him: "You'ro looking slim, ([#0(1 , air, bow do you dot" atfco •cnrccrow groaned an through him moaned a chilly northern breeze; Shen bulf-wuy turned, uud, acoOng, spurned , tbo tramp who's at bin knees, tramp full hurt, and with a spurt tbo dummy dltarrunged; ||l tit for tut - cap for u bat, and other clothee exchanged. Then In new blouse wert to tbe houie aDiX rapped upon the door; I* woman lame culled him by name and then full upnn tbe floor. iBa knew ffaot—tbU little cot. It wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

r \ X HISTORY OF SUICIDE. It Occurs M<v t In Summer, and Amouii the Cultured. "Any weather," said Or. Hamilton to a New York Hun reporter, "which lowers the vitality of a person ■trungtheus thu deposi- tion to commit suicide. There Is nothing vury strange about that, odd as it seems, to say that the weather Influences suicide. Wo all know how common ft is to feel blue and loiv- •plrlted on dark, muggy davs. The depres- sion of spirits at such times in the case of an emotional person—and emotional people are the ones who commit suicide—may give the decision and concourse to take his own life. Of course the dark miieiry day alone Is not sufficient and does not aloue give the sulcldnl Impulse; It merely forms the last strain on the camel's back. We must suppose that the disposition toward suicide from some of the great causes is present in force. "There have been some very queer notions held on this point. It was an old slander against Englishmen, which Montesquieu quoted, I think, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

H F l f i attfl M 1 if | 1 ft. K. The Mtaeola Weekly Monitor. fubuhhu) evkhy satl'huav hv Gate & Teagarden. Saturday, Aug. 25, 1888. HaDlcrct] at the pout oftirc hh scroti.I- class matter. Extracts from the Great Tariff Speech uf Neimtor lt«nean Delivered in the United HtuteK Senate, AiikuhI, 17 th 1888. FOll PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND. UK NEW YORK, FOR VICE I'ltKSIDENT ALLEN G. THUHWAR. OF Of 110. State Domocrutle Ticket. For Governor I,. S. ROSS. Vor l.t. (loveruor- 'f. 13. WIIF.LLLR. Chief Justice Miiprcntc < 'on i t JULHiK J. \V. STAY TON. Associate Justices Supreimi ( 'oiiit JUDGK J NO. I,. JIKNRV, J ITDO K It. K. OAIN ICS. I>oinocrulle District iiiul <.'-«>* i* ty Tlek. t. For State Senator, ilth District Hon (!onh JoiiNtiftur, of Tyler. For Representative,JMth District— Hon. J. \V. IIumpiiiicvk, of Rains count) For District Juiljfc, 7th District fki.ix J. mi ('out), uf Tyler For District Attorney, "!h iii ltii i |{. n. h'i'ai'i oil!*, of Mineola. For County Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

k :}*& Tii a Kineola Weekly Monitor. ANXOC N'CKMKNTS. ! Senutor Voorhwa Speech Pro nouncwl Good Greenback Doctrine. T I'OR CONfiKKsa. .Union labor leaders and Civil for Primary Selection. By virtnre of the authority vest- ed in me as chairman of the D««in- °'d'ooratic Executive Committee for iVVyJf mm .<Wo are authorized to auuiMinc* Hok. : **reeiibitekers say that the great j precinct No. 'I, f hereby call a pri- i /^k* H. Jones as a candidate for noni- speech < f Senator Voorhees deliv-! mHrv election to he nehi at Mineo ination by the Democratic convention , . _ u j ii h \ ueiiion 10 e nent ai .unto . of t!ie Tniril Congressional District, for p'ed 011 August 1th, at lerre Haute, Congrees. ; Indiana. is good Greenback i We arc authorial to announce Hon. i w just ^ lhev said of that C\ B. Kij.gohjc for re-elertion to 0«)u- j grew from the Third Cuii^reHfiiouai Din- vincible argument of Hon. ! Culberson *Ott 1 A.X COLLhCroR. several veurs ago in joint discus* We are autho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

• 4 .<• '!' P.W ""T* Vs ~r.7gr,, ippp .1 ',ytl";",:iilV m Wr -r -•;>.• m f ' Bowel •>" Sk* v i I Ul ftlka* ki<t Aadttt to Bksai *1 m> a . •* |U B el (tad ■ a Bhan -3 i^tit « *toi r IA wc *•' fnie i ,^el (Ho lAO< IBM "ft Si* (*" s *1 <5 E?; . The Mlneola Weeklj Monitor mn utoidat it CATS * TEAOARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Ob* Copy, Om Tear 11.00 One Copy, Six Months 73 One Copy, Four Month* CO Intend at the poatoffloe aa second- THE STATECONVENTION. Completes Its Labors and Ad- journs Sine Die. THE OLD TICKET NOMINATED. FEARFUL EXPERIENCE O* A SAILOR. He Saved His Life by Cutting a Rope With His Teeth. Ottawa, Out., Aug. 22.—Capt. Mai- loch of the iisliiiiK' schooner Randolph, owned in Yarmouth, Novia Scot ill, re- ports Unit ii few days ago while anchor- ed in Harbor <!e Lute, during a severe storm, his vessel broke from her moor- ing and drifted to sea. The following morning Capt. Malloch found the schooner ashore on Spenee island point, lie succeeded in board...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

< ' mHi •r I i / 1 i ] TBOUBLE ON BOTH Slim. Talmage'a Eloquent Sunday Morning Discourse. iThe Gospel of Jesus Christ Only Ask; You to t Climb aa Jonathan Did—Climb Toward God, Climb Toward Hjayen, Climb Into the Sunshine of God's Favor-Up Into the Communion of Saints—Up Into th P.'acs that Passeth All Understanding- Up Into the Companionship of Angel?. Biiookm'x, au«r. 19 —The Hev. Dr. T. Dc- Witt Taltnage'a subject to-duy was: "Trouble ou Uoth Bides," and liU text: ''There iwis a sharp rock ou the one side, aud a sharp rock ou tho other side."—1 Samuel, cli. xlv, v. 4. The cruel armr of the Philistines must be }aken and scattered. There Js just one mau, accompanied by his bodyguard, to do that thlni;. Jonathan is the hero of tho sceno. 1 know that David crocked the skull of the giant with a few pebbles well slung, and that three hundred tildeonltus scattered teu tliou 6und Amalekltes by the crash of broken crnc.lv ery; but here is a more wonderful coiitlid. Yonder ore the Phili...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 25 August 1888

i-whww?^^ "*> - •> ?: ■ WM Bwk fe. d s F'' * Hk<; WtKBiHMg^ W. L. ANDREWS, Successor <4 Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in FRUIT, - BEER AND - ICE. PRODUCE, \ 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. Julius A. Caspary W A pretty newspaper rack, can be j ^nuile out nl j. wiro lousier painUd, with grdd liquid paint,. Rim rib- bons round through wires, having each ribbon go round to form the side* of tin- pocket, and fasten theiu at'thi- bank. Shades may bo j used to good effort, also different I widths of ribbon. I rtHlLOll'S VITALIZED s what yon Qt(i(l for constipation, lut- of appetite, Unimproved Lands [or Sato fb •■■■ - need for con; tipation, Iw of amiotitc.*, f,,,. C1 ~ ilituiiuats, and ullsymptoms of ilys|«;p-i v^ltV 1 I Ol)CFty lOl uiu. Price 10 and 75 cunts pur bottle ' For uuk' by It. M. Armstrong If one or more onions are out in puicuc hal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1888

SUBSCRIPTION Advsi I PRICE known One Copy, Ona Year $1.60 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 60 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XI. JOB PRINTING A SPf MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1888. NO, 49. up &- "TW X *> ■-'-X ■ PROFESSION ALCAllDS. b, b. hart. jno. t. cbaddock. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior j toforc been discussed in your pres- courts of the State and the and Federal courts at Tyler. Extracts from the Great Speech of Senator Yoorliees Delivered August 4, '88. continued from LAST WEEK. A False Financial Policy. I am aware, my fellow-citizens, that these points have often here- the State Tyler. and the Federal court at Supreme | ence. I have repeatedly discussed them myself in years gone by, but in arraingning the republican par- ty for its gigantic conspiracy of of the last twenty-seven years to shift every burden of the govern- ment from the monopolies and the millionaires to the ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1888

fiWmf- f K- pr JL JL I Ml I b ifc$ 1 ~) ; t f r ■JT BkYOND. /fragrant clover field*. forest with their yield* < verdure, rcsiin/ eyes ■re worn with readings wlaaj ' , A'the blue hills, harriers dear . . wlxt the hopes beyond anil here, ,, < • •> •■'nee (it must he so) / «V i ' • T Is It good to (?o. , For I king for It !kj11 iii -b Of n morning, In tnv rhymes; And the eve-light lluds me still Looking, longlug, 'gainst my will. It It always Just heyoud What I see, and should a wand Touch inlno eyes, grown strangely dim, 1'hey might pierce the mountain rim. And discover yonder spot, That It sweet, hut traveled noU Tet, dlm-visioned, I am sure, Whatsoever 1 endure. Bad and sad, that far away Pl.t the dutlea of the day, At I si-) them, stretched and duml* 1* the land of Sweet-To-Coino. eit Is gladder far and fair: t beyond the mountains there, t beyond the dimpled lea, oust beyond the silver sea, Just bevond, for me and thee I -Ilichard E. burton, V. 11. JJ.Jn S. 8. Timet. V ll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1888

romantic story a wise suggestion. MARY GARRETT. THE SHOWMAN'S story. MISS 'J he Strange Tale Related by a Bluah- IllK Pennsylvania Groom. A youug couple from a small town iu the interior of New York State slopped ovor in the city a few lmurs lust week, anil their acquaintance was cultivated by a Bradford (Pa.) Star representative, to whom tho blushing groom,' for such he whs, narrated tho following incident: '•I was spending n few weeks at n pleasure resort on the lake shore last summer, ami as I nru something of a recluse I made ve^y few acquaintances, and when 1 went riding on the water it was generally alone. One evening about dusk 1 was out about half a mile beyond tho end of the lighthouse pier when clouds began to gather iu the west ami 1 saw a storm was brewing, but us we had had bad weather for several da\ s and the wind was not unusually high 1 was in no hurry to go in, although 1 headed my boat for the shore. There were several others out, but I paid no attention lo these ...

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

<LY MONITOR. JT r: "key saturday by . froBrao . "veai-'* Teagarden. wixu^lay, Sept. 1, 1888. •V ■ ptred at the post office as second- v c]gM matter. FOR PRESIDENT: GROYER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEM G. TMURMAH. OF OHIO. State Democratic Ticket. For Governor— L. 8. ROSS. ForLt. Governor— T. B. WHEELER. Chief Justice Supreme Court— JUDGE J. W. STAY TON. Associate Justices Supreme Court— JUDGE JNO. L. IIENRY, JUDGE R. R. GAINES. / J Democratic DlHtrlct and Coun- ty Tlckut. For State Senator, Oth District— Hon. Cone Johnson, of Tyler. For Representative, 04th District— Hon. J. W. Humphreys, of Rains county. For District Judge, 7th District— Felix J. MoCoitn, of Tyler. For District Attorney, 7tli District— R. N. Stakkokd, of Mineola. For County Judge—C. W. Raines. For County Attorney—W. R. McGill. / For Dist. Clerk—I. W. Roihiins. / For ShorifT—b. F. Smart. For Treasurer—Sam H. Hart. / For County Clerk—Jno. II. Jones. ,For Tax Assessor—Geo. W. Cowan. J For Public...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1888

* \y THE MIIEOli VEEKLT MOKITOR. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce Hon. Jamks H. Jones as a candidate for nom- ination by the Democratic convention of the Third Congressional District, for Congress. We are authorized to announce Hon. C. B. Kilgore for re-election to Con- gress from the Third Congressional Dis- trict. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce Sam- uel J. Benton as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. AVe are authoized to announce W. J. Ckaddock as a candidate for the office of Collector of Taxes for Wood couuty, subject to the action of the Democraic party. AVe are authorized to announce T. G. Tubman as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. AVe are authorized to announce M. AV. Fi-ournoy as a candidate for the of- fice of Tax Collector of AVood county, subject to the action of the Democratic par...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1888

/Monitor Deep Water Convention. JT Bt~ iBATOHDAl K -EAQARDBN. fragrautc^ ■ , ,, MJ j? alf r -^Verdur«Wl,ftIPTION PRICE: P# wo"\3ne Tear 11.80 t the bby, Six Months 75 "ixt tii^ jyi four Months..,, CO a. •.".;•*==== ■ =~ jrurIi>ed at the postofflce as second Of^, class matter. Lc WAIT FOR THE BEST! Cleveland and Thurman. It would be diflieuit to find a man bettor fitted to write the lives of the Democratic candidates for President and Vico President than W. U. llen-sob lawyer, editor and politician. For nearly fifteen years lie was one of ti c editors of the Lancaster Intelligencer; for live years Chairman of the Demo- cratic State Committee of Puim.syi- vania; a delegate to nearly all tju- Democratic conventions since 1W77; chairman of tlx: State convention of 1888; delegate to St. Louis, author of many sketches of public men ami notably 'the campaign biographer "f Mr. Hendricks in 1H«1. Sincerely de- voted to tho principles of the party to which he lias been attached,anil wh'eh ...

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

FARM AND HOME. i * ' I Sheep for Wool. Tlio Oxford Down is the product of ft cross botwoon tho Cotswold and tlio Soutlulowii, ttiHl lias a floeco resembling more the long wools than that of the Downs broeds. Tho originators woro evidently looking, for a sheep which would glvo a carcass of the greatest size aDd mature early. They were breeding for mutton, and did not pay muoh attention to tho fleece. After they had been bred for some years, tho agricultural societies of Great Britain finally decided to allow them asepei-ato classification as a distinct breed. The first year they were exhibited as a dis- tinot breed was iu 18G2. Siuce it be- gan to be imported into the United Slatos some twouty years ago. consid- erable has been done to improvo tho quality of its fleece, English breeders finding that Ameriouns demanded a better wooled sheop than was then common to the breed. Tho Oxfords now being imported show this very clearly, and not only grow more wool but betior wool than they di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 1 September 1888

■ VyPrl ^ If ti, 4 I '</ ' 1.' ! & I I I? ■ai. 1t >■ 5 I * " $ I 1 - ..... „.t . .*•,,• - .ih^,- .,, , ^ ,- ^— 1 1 .'■■■*■ T^vjWK^'V1''"i"-"-"•1||1-'|i|l"W|s>'- ...j9■ m.ip,fEf^pj^psr*■"■• " •■'•■"" "" ——■, w" ■JT frngrantc". P, foroie wily c verdure, .re worn ' 8 t tUe bl v wlxt til I 1 *-■' Ai Fiir I > ~ Of n W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In SIODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - IOE. #r'A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at r the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. AN EIMDKMK! A Vollent Form of Cholera Mor- I butt at Belknap, Iowa, ProH- , tratcs the Whole Com- munity. A I'lnln Statement of llie FiictH by a Lending j Mure limit of the Town. Last summer we hnd an epidem-! ic in this community in the form of cholera morbus. Nearly every man, woman and child was prostrated by ' it, and it seemed to be a very) violent form. We tried every1 medicine we had or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: , " tit ■ IL SEK •• •' . « i — One Copy, Ona Yaar $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Fonr Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1888. Spi made known on Application. JOB PRINTING II SPECIALTY. noTSI/ 11 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minhola, Texas. Offers his 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. E. M. hicks. w. M. GILES GILES & HICKS, and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. J. H. WILLIAMSON & SON, Surgeon Dentists, Mineola, Tkxas. All work wrrranted and satisfaction guaranteed. Plate work a specialty Office over Co-Operative store. J B. B. HART. . JNO. T. CRADDOCK, HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inforior courts of the State and the Supreme •and Federal courts at Tyler. Extracts from th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

s k f 4 * t i i ! * u \ r • I I > :i' REST. Swcot rest, dour rest, Thou art liie bout! Goj ihiliiien, go lu pleasure'* quest, Go liuvo lour «outr mul ilaneu a ill in rthj I, too, huve lelt tlie voiitljful y.i'nl That fives those winning pleasures worth. But somehow us the winters tin, Tln^thfum on earth that seems tlio best, . As In in.' cany ulmlr J sit, When ulows t)n> lire ami lamps are lit Is ffltt, dear rest. Then, children, no In pleasure's quest, I'll rather rust. Hweot rest, dear rest, '1 hou art the beat! From (bis ilenr corner by tlio firo How faintly soundsearlli's jarrlne call; The golden alms of youth'* desire— Time'i- dimming touch In on tliem all. Yet swell* my heart with deep content j To lind this compensation blest: Aloni; wiili sense of po vers spent, A ml falling strength, Is sweetly blent Tlio blessedness of well-earned rest, Then go, dear friends, pursue your uuost, Leave ine to rest. ___ Hwcet rest, dear rest, 'ihou art the best! I inlii' 1 rue how, when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

II ) .3! eeventeenth-centuey patents. f> > A 1 I fef II Curious Glcniilnsn from nil Old Brit- l li (nleiiilm- of Slnlo l'npem. The foity-elehtli report of the deputy keep- er of tho public records, lately issued, savs C/mnib r*' Journal, was u appendix which I extent!* to a foinitilable letiKtb, including severa' calendars or lists of state papers, and It Is from one of these, n calendar of prlvv seals, local proclamations, etc,, during four year* of the reign of Charles I. (10:3-SJ5), that we propose to nuke some selections. 'J'he most generally Interesting of the no- tices, which are of an Intlnltely varied dc- feerlption—inechauicul, historical,commercial,' and social—sre those, perhaps, relating to tlie grnutlng of privileges and patents for new iiicchuiiicul processes, some of these being curious foreshadow intrs of modern in- ventions. Here, on the first page (Itli April, 103:.'} Is a grunt to John Saunders, Nathaniel Wnterhouso and John Ayrgi "Patent of prlvilegn for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

■i1hiii ) ' ! X-W W 1 1 i5r= > V I ft i/ f. • THE MIHEOLI WEEKLY MONITOR, PITRMMHHD EVERY SATURDAY ST Cate & Teagarden. Saturday, Sept. 15, 1888. Entered at the post office as second- c'Iuhh matter. FOR PRESIDENT: CROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK, ^FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAK. OF OHIO. Stut^ Democratic Ticket. For Governor— L. 8. ROSS. For lit. Governor— T. B. WHEELER. Chief Justice Supreme Court— JUDGE J. W. STAYTON. Associate .1 ustices Supreme Court— JUDGE JNO. L. HENRY, JUDGE K. It. GAINES. Democratic Plntrlct and Coun- ty Ticlcot. For State Senator, (Ith District— Ifo.v. Conk Joiinhon, of Tyler. For Representative, 04th District— Hon. J. W. HirMPintKvs, of Rains county. For District Judge, 7tli District— Km,ix J. McCoiti), of Tvlor. For District Attorney, 7th District— !!. n. stakkoim), of Mincola. • For County Judge—C. AV. Rainks. For County Attorney—AV. R. McGir.t.. For JJitst. Clerk—I. AV. Roitmxs, For Sheriff'—II. F. Smart. For Treasurer—Sam il. IIaiit. For Cou...

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