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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

nr^ * i vrY f * / ■ THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, ANNOUNCBMENTS. FOR TAX COLLECTOR. We are authorized to announce Sam- uel J. Bknton as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. We are authored to announce W. J. Craddock as a candidate for the office of Collector of Taxes for Wood couutv, subject to the action of the Democraic party. We are authorized to announce T. G. Tuhman as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce M. W. Flournoy as a candidate for the of- fice of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce R. M. Kay as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. W, Dickey as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Wood county, subject to the action of the...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

yam • iHtnyr'T• "'•' '-wiuww '«« / A ■ iromr® ~ ' ?W ' " ■ > *1 "'" I I "H' * n-^w A^;1' * " ^ wp.r - iR- 9 R 1 k Tie Mlneola Weekly Monitor rCBLISUKD EVtKT 8ATUBDAT BT CATE ft TEAG ARDEN. " SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One copy, Om Tear .tl.50 One Copy, Six Months 70 One Copy, Four Months CO Kntered at the postoflice aa second alasa matter. INDIAN WAR IMMINENT. AFTER BROOKS' CORPSE. E An Effort to Rob ths Grave of Maxwel] Reveals a Sensation. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 10.—An even- ing paper nay* an attempt to steal the body of Hugh Brooks, alias Maxwell, executed for the murder of C. Arthur Preller, has created <jnite a sensation and developed some stnuigc facts. At a very early hour yesterday morning a listol shot in Calvary cemetery at- racted the attention of a huckster, Pct«r Ileitis, coming to the city with a load of truck, and a few minutes later u closed vehicle passed him on the road. The team attached w>'.s on tlie gallop, and following the team came a man named John Shurllii,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

► *r - , I \ ' I .«*• f 1 r I 1V i ■b ' 'f £ 1 •1 1 * An Ainorli'iiu '<'ii < iiptnlu nnd IIIh AVIIu-M IhIu'i o i l r l.tiuiiw*/ J,«v- em. Tbe BhIiIujuiu bulk AlK'iimilo, Captain Silas (it* I: a 111. ru limed iimitlv Irom Nuviiasu with u full cargo <>i uuuiio. Slic iiatl mi uu- ■cTeiitful passajie liomtt, lint <_'a|j!uin (irulmin and Mrs. tiruluuu, wild uscompaiiiud hiiii.liuil an ndveuturc since their departure Irom Bal- timore tliAt bud Us ludicrous side ns well us pliaBe tlmt was not enjoyed by eitlier. Fiom Baltimore the Aibcumilo went to St. Jobr.s, fort Klw, with a cargo of coal, says tbe Baltimore Sun. While there Captain and Mrs. tirabnm went ashore one Sunday eveuiiiR in May to hear the band In the public e<itiare. About twilight tliey took the ship's bout ut the arsenal to go on board the Albemarle. They hud proceeded a short distance when they were hulled from a Spanish man-of-war. \Captain Graham replied In Slum ish, glv ng liis name uud also his vessel'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 September 1888

} ' ' ' ' ~ ' ' r~^ P 1' 1 . "■,)!) — ■■■■ILMUIIIIMIH 1 ■ WPW "m;, . |. u'nJW'^.«f U 'Wjll! 1111 ——rr-~—- ""* -—rr* nr1 i* 1L r \ W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & 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 produce. j a. J The Summer Improvement*. The citizen who was so fortunate as to have leisure and money to spend at the summer resorts, on returning to Mineola is vastly sur- prised. Tho many * handsome building* that grwt his eyes, that had no existence when he went away, would lead him to believe that Aladdin and his charmed lamp had been getting in his work on the town. Hut such is not the ease, wo hasten to inform the surprised and startled wanderer on his return. All this magnifi- cence and grandeur is the roHiilt of •enterprise, energy and toil. s. It. BRUCE 4 CO., occupy the handsome and commo- d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

J -HI Advertising Rates made known on application. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Ona \ear $1.50 One Copy, Six Mouths 10 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XI. MINEOLA, TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1888. NO. 52. Democratic Platform of 1884. The Democratic party of the Union, through its representatives in National Convention assembled, recognizes that, as the nation grows older, new issues are born of time' '.-..progress, and old issues perish. But the fundamental principles of the Democracy, approved by the united voice of the people, remain, and will ever remain, as the best and only security for the continuance of free government. The pre- servation of personal rights ; the equality of all citizens before the law ; the reserved rights of the States ; and the supremacy of the Federal Government within the limits of the Constitution, will ever form the true basis of our liberties, and can never be surrendered without de- stroying that balance of rights and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

M t C. AH MUO. JiiM ii little v«• r ago Vou « em ull to me: liven yet 1 scincely know Huw such things can 1)9. T)i I vou mono It all the timet Wcii! vou false or true! Ik Ii chuugK of place or clime 'lliut lias ultcrcil you! DM vou think to love me still i I), J your fancy (stray I ■ DhI vou c Ii a ll tr <: ngaiiiht your will When you went uwuyl Do you still remember this, Many in lien apir t < All! you left your cureless kiss Printed on my lieur'. ILIt'le did your soul divine That tho year woulil sen Vour dear heart, close knit to mine, Drill away Iroiu rue. Viil I dream you brave unit true; Through Hie mints of pain tstill 1 stretch my bunds to you Till we meet ugain. Just a year ago! All! tilV eye* are wet! Cruel love! do you know 1 can ne'er forget I -Cfc<(m4e/V« Jnunnil. Barren Honors. Have you ever known poverty? O, *iy roaiier. I liavo, tho saddest paver- .w of nil, which tries to keep up ap- jMsarunce*. My mother was left early *. widow, with livo childrou, all girl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

•ion " WHY DID HE WEEP? A DESPERATE OUTLAW. lr'*< it /'A farm and household. ( lire of Aiilinnla. Said a farmer vvlio lately road a paragraph iu somo agricultural jour- nal that animals repay tho cost of t'ooil nnd caro bestowed on them: "Last year I bought a liorsit that proved olil- ar even than 1 thought him, and was generally so incilloiout that I regretted my purchase. When the winter came I fed old Whitey because it t>u tod my principles; but I really grudged the uld follow cverv oat be got and much af the bay. My w fc took his part, and tliaL settled it—tho pony bad to have rations. When spring catno be was in good oilier and felt well, but I felt almost sorry be was alive, nnd uften said I would almost give him away. Whitey came out of tho winter tinelv, nnd in due time I set bun at work. Everybody suvs: "How your poll)- bus iiuprifid,' and I among tho rest, lie is wot * all ho cost, and will bo a good I km 1 for \ ears to come. The facts are Hint ho was abused by bis ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

K 14 THE MlliEOLk WEEKLY MONITOR. published kvkry saturday it Gate A Teagsrrden. Saturday, Sept. '£2, 1888. Entered at the post office ah second' c'Ihhh matter. FOR PRESIDENT: GROVE* CLEVELA19, OF NEW YORK, FOH VICE PRESIDENT: ALU* C. THURHA1. OF OHIO. State Democratic Ticket. For Governor— L. 8. HOH8. For Lt. Governor— T. B. WIIEELER. Chief JuHtice Supreme Court— JUDGE J. W. STAYTON. Associate Justices Supreme Court— JUDGE JNO. L. HENRY, JUDGE R. R. GAINES. Democratic District aud Coun- ty Tickat. For State Senator, (ith District— Hon. Com: Johnson, of Tyler. For Representative, 04tli District— Hon. J. W. IIcmphhkyh, of Rains county. For District Judge, 7th District— Fbux J. McCord, of Tyler. For District Attorney, 7th District— R, N. Stappoko, of Mineola. For County Judge—C. W. Raines. For Connty Attorney—W. R. McGili,. For Dist. Clerk—I. W. Rohbins. For Sheriff—B. F. Smart. For Treasurer—Sam II. Hart. For County Clerk—Jno. H. Jonkh. For Tax Assessor— Gho. W. Cowan. For Public Woi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

Cotton is coming in slowly as yet. . The Horse Shoe Saloon is the pleasure resort of the city. 51:1m Messrs. Caspary, Henry. Wigley and Carter are home from St. Louis. A \ f V. Go and see McMurry's specialty, $10 buggy harness. 51:2t The Hon. R. C. DeGrafenreid, of Gregg, spent several days in our city last week. Choicest steak and roast at Drum- mond's market at 10 cents per pound. 51:2t Dr, James McBride, of Tyler, spent last week in Mineola on pro- fessional business. If you want to save money and et a good fit, buy your clothing at Bromberg's. 51:2t Hon. Jno. D. Templeton was in the city several hours last Sunday ten route to Forth Worth. Finest brands of liquors only are sold at the Horse Shoe Sa- loon. 51:1m Miss Leora Aldridge and Jeff Dowell left last Sunday night for Huntsville to attend the Normal school. A complete line of side saddles at McMurry's ranging from $3.50 to $20 each. 51:2t "* Never in the history of Mineola ' has a better, larger or more varied line of goods ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

, "V IL - \ ■ Tbe Mioeola Weekly Monitor FUB1.I8IIKD EVERT SATCBDAT CATE ft TEAGARDEN. BT SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 11.50 .75 One copy, On Year One Copy, Six Months.... One Copy, Four Months. .SO Entered at tho postoffice as second «Usa matter. J How He Was Cured. 1 was Kilting ono summer evening, not many years sinco, in front of tho Planter's hotel, in Si. Louis, in com- pany with Colonel Dan Itioo; the vet- eran circus man, ari'l three or four gentlemen of tho newspapor fraterni- ty, when a well known compositor, and nn occasional writer as well, join- ed the party, llo had recontly arrived from Indianapolis, but was acquainted with all in tho company encopt Col onel Rice. Upon being introduced, ha observed: "Delightod to meet you, Colonol Rico. I am always especially pleased to ninko the acquaintance of circus nion." "All!" said tho colonel. "And why especially the circus men?" Tho man from Indiana was in for it, and being pressed by cvory one of the party consented to toll the story ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

■tjvi I: iff Hid KaTt t-UMt I OLD. 4"l«e Dnutli of it Ml.noiirl Mail l'lnlnly 1'oretliiulnncil In u Vision. A number of c tizmu of Ozark wore (liscussil)<£ tliu lllUll-'Ioi? HUllSlllioil lllllt kstilJ prevails in l.inoolu township, wliristiiiu county, sayn a letter to the St. Lotiit 01obe~Democrat, that J. J. Brown, an old and well-known attor- ney of southwost Missouri, told tho fol- owing remarkable story of a case of lUbeijiydropliobia that came under his per- Hi- eonal observation many years ago. 'In 1858 I lived in Fulton county, rkausas. then a young man of 20 i.i .oars. The country at that time was y* parcel y settled, and hydrophobia was B| Mtthing seldom heard of in that region. a °'V111' nighest neighbors was J.i- O. l> Oxford, constable of the township, cc d youni; and healthy man about 28 .years old. He lived but a mile froui bjv mother's, ami our families wero very intimate. My mother was a wo- man who had a good practical knowl- edge of tho simple treatment of di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 22 September 1888

VfiW T-.Tfl i ; ; ■ ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & 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 produce. Ms i ran, The Cheap Dry Goods and. Grocery Man of Mineo] is on hand this Spring with one of the most complete and cheapest stock of Fashionable and Serviceable Goods in Mineol V Platform of 1H84. In another column <>t this issue will he found the platform adopt- ed hy the Democratic party in National Convention assembled at Chicago in .Inly, 18H4, and which was ro-aflirmed hy the National Democratic Convention ' at St. Louis in 1888. Tt is published for the benefit of all Democrats to re- My line of Ladies Dress Goods, including a nice line of White Goods, Sateens, etc., is Beautiful and Cf beyond comparison. f My line of Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnieii Ing Goods is more Attractive than evex* aee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

One Copy, Ona Year fl.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Dlncouiita to Clubs. i f I | ' t x: \ I T' y ij y " «! a O. cc SI I 't:. t VOL. XII. MINEOLA. TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1888. NO. 1 We favor au American continental policy based upon more intimate ! commercial and political relations with the fifteen sister Republics of North, Central, and South America, but entangling alliances with none. We believe in honest money, the gold and silver coinage of the Con- stitution, and a circulating medium convertible into such money with- out loss. Asserting the equality of all men before the law, we hold that it is tho duty of the Government, in its dealings with the people, to mete out equal and exact justice to all citizens, of whatever nativity, race, color, or persuasion—religious or political. We believe in a free ballot and a fair count; and we recall to the memory of the people the noblo struggle of the Democrats in the Forty - fifth and Forty-sixth Con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

WrWf m* 14 & i i ■kS A CO.MriSSION. Do t h lemon,her, Utile wife, llow y<yirs ugu we two togeth'-r 8uw uaught hut love Illumine life In auuny days or winter weatlicrl Do Ton recall In rouneer years '/ _ To part & day u hitter puitif Love's light tvas hid In cloud# of I«• or Till meeting cleared tliu sky ugalu. Do you remeinher how we two Would tare into each other's eves, Till all (lieearth grew heuv.mly hlmi 1 And apcech .van lout iu happy alghsl , Do vou another tiling recall, ! Tiiat used to happen oiten then: Hoiv, simple pusahig In ilie hull, , We'd stop to .mile mill kiss aguful Do vou remember how I oat And. reading, held your hand In inine^ Caressing it with gentle pal— J[ A One pat for every blesse I line? . , f Do vou recall how at the play Throuub hours of agon, wo tarried? The lovers' grtels brought us dismay; Oh, we rejoiced when they were married. And then a allied homeward arm In arm, Beiieuih the crescent inooiilet new, 'J hat smiled on us with silent char...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

J11 bo |l- < \ L Dims Writing Pay? This question I recently put to an old friend who has successfully follow- ed tbe profession of literature through many a year of storm and stress. I say "followed," because in his wooing, lie I'crsis'vntly ran after the fair uud tickle «lauie ere lie won her ha*<.l and her <lowvy. Happily, he is well married almost long enough to have a silver wedding. The answer I received maybe tersely trammed up thus: "Writing pavs if you know liowr to write and what to write. " Now, the two propositions contained in this answer are worthy of brief consideration. First, how to wvite: The yonnjr writer usually starts out, I think, pos- sessed with the one idea to get what ho calls a style! He expects to make writing pay by the mere elegance of jeweled words, higli-souudiitg epithets, and well-balanced periods. Thus, many a promising writer has found himself wrecked, at the outset of his literary venture, on his stvle. Plainly speaking, writing for style...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

it- Hi PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY Gate & Teagardcn Saturday, Sept. 29, 1888. Entered at the post office u second- class matter. FOR PRESIDENT: GRQVEB CLEVEIAI®. OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLIH «. THUHMAH. OF OHIO. State Democratic Ticket. For Governor— L. S. ROSS. ForLt. Governor— T. H. WHEELER. Chief Justice Supreme Court— JUDGE J. W. STAYTON. Associate Justices Supremo Court— JUDGK J NO'. ],. HENRY, JUIKiE R. R. GAINES. Democrat ic District and Coun- ty T ickot. For State Senator, (itli District— IIon. Cdni: Joiinson, of Tyler. For Representative, f lt.li District— Hon. J. \V. 11 r.ven itKvs, of Itains county. For District Judgo, 7tli District— Fki.ix J. McCoiid, of Tyler. For District Attorney, 7tli District— it. N. Sj'AKi'oun, of Mineola. For County Judge—C. Ratnks. For County Attorney—W. 1!. McGii.l. For Dist. Clerk—I. AV. Robmins. For Sheriff—It. F. Smart. For Treasurer—Sam II. IIakt. For County Clerk—J.no. II. J onus. For Tax Assessor—Gho. AV. Cowan. For Public We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

HE MIHEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. Nice bed-room suits at W. E. ^Vigley's for only $20.00. The Artesian well is being rapid- ly pushed and will soon be com- pleted. The Horse Shoe Saloon is the pleasure resort of the city. 51:1m Mrs. J. A. Caspary returned from Henderson on Monday where she has been visiting several days. Call in at W. E. Wigley's, you will be surprised at the low prices of furniture. Mlneola'a Boom Continues. It. L. Robertson Esq., of Tyler, was in the city on Wednesday and Thursday, visiting the family of Mr. S. R. Bruce, his father-in-law. Mr. Robertson will move to San Angelo, Texas, on or about Oct. 15th, whore he has entered into partnership with one of the leading law firms of that city. If prices are any indication Cas- Mineola is on a general and healthy boom. More business hous- es have been erected since March 1st than in any year of the exist- ence of the place. These improve- ments are of good character, em- bracing some fine brick stores that would be creditab...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

Tbe Mlneola Weekly Monitor p: § ■: $ I: m fife'1 I 1 $fr '< • ®v, - fe y?' J I ; itv f I rOIUIHD ITBBT UIDmT ST CATS ft TEAQARDBN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One copy, Ono Tear I1.B0 One Copy, Six Months .75 On* Copy, Four Months 00 Intend ai the poatoffioe M aeoond <lui matter. A TRAIN HELD UP. Robbers Stop an East-Bound Southern Pacific Express Train Near Harwood, Texas, Saturday. A FEUD ENDS FOREVER. Uirminuiiam. Ala., Sept. 21.—An old feud between two prominent fami- lies in Shelby county ended Thursday in tho murder of George Turner at Coosa mountain, twenty miles cant of this city. Tho feud ends forever with this tragedy, as turner was the 1 ist male represents ivo of his family. Alexander Matiock many years ago married Turner's sister against the pro- tests of the Turner family, and out of which resulted Officers Hear of Their Fleas end ere on the Lookout—The Bandits Are Given e Hot Reception. Fort Worth Gazette. Sen CLEnbuito, Tex., Sept. 22.— When passenger train No. 19 on t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

gvp&*' c. \ a TJie Bread way Wo* Dealer. Evury day a snd eyod man strolls up and down Broadway with u collodion •of dogs lield undor control by lonjj strings. Pooplo stop 111 in and talk. The intelligent aniuials drop down on the flagstones or gra9s and wait. But the bargain novor ooiues. "l)ogs," the lancer reluctantly admits, "are goisg out of fushiou." A magnificent JSt. Bernard with a muzzle like a lion's, and great, speaking eyes, is of- fered for half what would have boon ■considered a moderate price two years ago, and iinds no purchaser. The pug -does not ride in miladi's lap with his «iecli ducoratod with yellow bows— not this season. Ho skirm shes through tlio alleys and consorts with •curs. lie iias fallen from aristocracy to democracy, and the fancier says there isn't any market worth mention- ing, now for those 01100 pampered darl- ings. Poodles, he adds, he would not think of offering an/ more to respect- able ladies. It would bo nu insult. The only canine puts whic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 29 September 1888

xaaaamm • -gasBag* ^•"'W " ••*7' B. r f? ' u '.I & W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & 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. jus n ran, An Easy Preventive. To the Louisville Courer Jour- nal: Hill Grove, Meade County, Ky., Sept. 18.—I notice in your paper that tlio yellow fevor in raging in Jacksonville, Fla., and spreading to other points. I was raised in South Carolina, and once when it was raging in Charleston an old sea Captain advised every one to take a teaspoonful of pulverized The Republican State Conven-| tion met in Ft. Worth last Thurs-: day and after a stormy sesssionof: two days adjourned without nomi- j nating a ticket. The contest was j hot and feeling ran high between | two factions. j One faction headed by Col. De j Gress, of Austin, Col. Sam Jo. Wright, of Paris, O. T. Tay...

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