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

V,? —hm i! ♦ VOL. XL PROFESSIONAL CARDS ii. 1). iiaut. jxo, t. ('haddock. hart & ( haddock, Attorneys - at - Law, mixkoi.a, tkxas. Practice in the District and inferior1 courts til the Statu and the Supreme I and Federal courts at T.vler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, mixkoi.a, tkxas. O/lers liis professional services to the I people of Wood and surrounding coun- tieH. Will practice in all the courts of /lt /((. foil if A ll cxl i ivi «, I ijfct Ol^)U- J v ife til >w t CUiLjtzh i Jiuil PRIL 7. 1888. NO. 28. MIX KOLA, TKXAS. SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1888. -DKALKItS IN- Dry Goods= lll KLKSON'S BUGLE CALL. Dealing Out Compliments and Slui*m and Firing up for a Prohibition Campaign. Correspondence Waco Advance. Dear Editor: I am sorry to see you tit) injustice to this illustrious statesman inul Baptist deacon. Af- ter quoting the huniiliating, cring- ing words of Brother lirown to the whisky power, you say "there arc plenty of such deacons in hell." ; Now, I know (Jov. Brown wel...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 7 April 1888

«* ■ '—' *i|M.y^.yi|wwp MINOR MENTION. IMPRISONED IN A TOMB. Prims Donna Lchmaoa 0ts 1900 • night Hcrr I be sing*. X IIerr Nlamann la paid lor every night A Machinist Endure* Hour* of Agony and Horror. ■bw a. Young Man'* Hair Turned White in • Day Whan He Was 24 Yeara Old-Saved by a Friend'* Dream. Charley Barber in 36 yeara old and Ua liair Iw gray. Twelve years ago, lie was 2i years old, Lis hair was dory white. It turned white in a 4*y- Mr. Barber is one of the pro- ft'mUttH ot the saloon known as the *flotue of David." In his youth he Worked at the machinist's trade in ttniia, N. Y. He was born in Schuyler County, his father being a woofeu miller. Old Caleb Hill, father «C Got. Hill, of New York, built the witi. Omi day Charley Barber was sent by fcla employer to the Elmira cemetery to place brass hinges ou a vault door. The vault was large. It contained be- taraon twenty and thirty bodies. It I iMilt in a hillside. Barber finished rork about 4 o'clock in the after- The day was ...

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

I UNCLE SETH AND EMERSON. BT S. W. F09S. A man named Em'son, so tliev say, Got off a purty phrase oue dav, About a chap—I dou t know who— Who 'bulided better than he knew." In spite of Em'son, now, I swan He was built on a cur'us plan, Accordlu' to a strange Idea That don't at all resemble me; In spite of all that I can do I've bulided worser thau I knew. i was a young and lazy lout, But had my palace all planned out; Its beauties never can be told— Rosewood, mahogany and gold; I tell you twus a sight to see, With all it* gilt an' filagree; But my real house scarce stops the rain. An' ba's an oM hat In the pane; I did the best that I could do, But bulided worser than I knew. I used to build my stately ships An' launch 'em grandly from the (lips, An' lu my dreams did oft behold Their freight of Ivory an' gold, Oh, they Mvep' gran'ly rouu' the Horn, Au' rode the oshun like a swan; But tho real ship I set afloat Was uothln' but a leaky boat, Without tho scan test thread er sail— I bale...

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

v..i« . wnimpi'i — The lioeolt Weekly Monitor. niUMIimi KVKHY SATURDAY MV Cate A Teagarden. Saturday, April 7, 1888. Kntered at the i«ont ofHcc an second- class matter. ANNOUNCEMKNT8. \Vk arc authorized to announce W. A. HAKT, Ksq., as a candidate for re-elec- tion to the office of County Attorney. Isn't it about time; Col. \V. 8. Hern don was writing a ten galley letter for newspaper publication ? He has been silent an unusually long time. Come to Time. then the democratic party in the hundred years they have stood the i Bhotiikk Hamilton of the Tyler state should declare prohibition storms of opposition and the shock Democrat and Keporter grows iu- undemocratic. The Democrat and of civil war and domestic strife, dignant at the thought of the next Reporter will confer it favor on this But still they stand as firm as the Democratic Ktate Convention plac- office, and upon the public in goner- mountains of adamant. Every ex- , ing a plank in its platform declar , ing that prohibition ...

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

The Mlneolt Weekly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: The City Election. The city officers elected on last Tuesday are: —Col. W. A. Hart was in the city j Ward. etc. on Tuesday. Fresh tomatoes, radishes, just received at Andrews'. Full quarts of whiskey sold at T. A. Chock's, Quitman, Texas. —Mineola has got the best brass band in East Texas. On this pro- prosition wo bet our "surplus." Don't forget to call on the drug firm of R. T. Smith «fe successors to J. A. Caspary. R. T. Smith & Co. arc stocking up the Caspary drug store with fresh drugs. Hoes, rakes, shovels, spades and pitchforks at MeMuriy's, very low. new Co., Jonathan Thomas, South Ward. S. R. Bruce, City Treasurer. Jno. T. Craddock, City Attorney. Jno. Jones, City Marshal. The day was so quiot no one would have suspected an election was in progress but for the fact the saloons were closed back and front. "Not one drop" was the reply to the thirsty inquirer. About half the town went a fishing and return- ed late in the afte...

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

p.*?;- The Hlneola Weekly Monitor *CBL18IIKI> EVERT SATURDAY BT CATS ft TEAOARDEN. ;>■ fu; SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy. One Tear fl.50 One Copy, Six Months 70 (hie Copy, Four Months 50 Entered at the postofflce as second' class matter. ft V_ HERb AND THERE. Mr*. Grant It at St. Augustine, FU. Mr*. Potter'* Southern tour wu not roc- «*ssfal. The lohiter crop ha* been unusually laic* and flue. A clergyman named Smacball I* holding re- vival* la Michigan. Peter Herdlc, of Ilerdlc coach fame, hat Just died In New York. ••The Duchei*" ban Just put forth a nen i novel. It* title I* "Marvel." Rider Haggard And* that onion* assist him greatly In hi* literary labor*. The new prima donna Nlklta has modo a magnificent aucce** In Prague. The working day In Pari* ha* been rednced from eleven hours to ten hours. The death I* announced at London of Mr*, proctor, widow of Barry Cornwall. A new book concerning Tbackcary It promised. It I* by Mr. J. P. Johnson. Tom Reed Is the champion pie cat...

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

JBm r.—r-r |&Oil feHjSblATlCA PROMTLY>J>ERHAljENTCr Druggists, and Deaiers.Everywherej The Chas-A-Vobeler Ed-Baltd-Md- ERREUCS TGnic afflict all womankind. It afflict all womankt _ gives tone and strength to 1N>' tlie nterlne organs, and orrects dangerous displacements and Ijrregularl- les. Itlsof great valueln change of life. Theuseof lEBRELL'M FEMALE TON 1€ duringpreg- s of motherhood and it Is pleasant taken at all times with perfect safety, i'rice, ft m.iaamdbvqvo^8?is8"t.ioo«' Prloe, |1 J B|CKLYA5H , BltTERS i s- r> ii hi ■ i mil i if iiiiii ijiiiM SENNA-MANDRAKE-BUCHU ^ASHF! BITTERS :-buchu [mo other upuur urioiur wim It hti «tood the Test of Yean, in Caring all Diseases of tko BLOOD, LIVEB, STOM- ACH, KIDNEYS,BOW- ELS, to. It Purifies the Blood, Invigorate* and Claansss the Syitam. cunts tupntASEsarm LIVER KIDNEYS STOMACH AND BOWELS! DYSPEPSIA,CONSTI- PATION, JAUNDICE, SICKHE ADACHI, BIL- IOUS COMPLAIN T8,4o diiappear at one* unr ita haneflcial lnflneaee. It i...

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

S HE .1 ... ... . ST1" 25 55SS555 —— 9 W 'w'i 1 k: ''*11-".psii-r !'• . ,<r'' Pfm.,1 1 "!■ 11 UM**T — 1 •* l ■•<>".. vA... , •mmWiV*™1* *■ :'7T>- I W_. BLj£ W. L. ANDREWS, HueceHBor to Richardson A Hpurgeon, 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. Downed, But Up Again! NO LOTTERY IN THIS. -0F- Tl e ItuiHlull Kill. It in the quintessence of protec- tion, and Mr. Randall will no more- be able to pass it that to fly. So far as I am aide to see from a cur- sory examination it makes no re- ductions, or at least very few, in the tariff list. Where he does not make changes in the existing law they are usually in the direction of increasing taxation and prohib- iting importations. For instance, in the case of tin plates he increases the duty 110 per cent. In the case of cotton ties his increase is more than 1(M...

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

V B V" i ZmSSSr^Mf^rn Wu NO. 29. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 14, 1888. DEMOCRATIC SAFEGUARD. YQL. XL PROFESSIONAL CARDS. b. b. hart. jno. t. ckaddock. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mikeola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mikeola, 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. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, ^ AND Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render and pay taxes on same. . D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courts of...

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

1 I tH i I i "DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED." The young man fell (load! A friend bad pointed a revolver at him. "He didn't know it was loaded!" We often hear it stated that a man ia not roftponsibln for what he does not know. The law presupposes knowl- edge and therefore convicts the man Who excuses crimo by ignorancc! "If 1 had only known" has often been an unfortunate man's apology for aomo evil unknowingly wrought, buL in a matter of general interest—as for instance that laudanum is a poison, that naphtha is a deadly explosive, that blood heavily charged with a winter's accumulation of the waste of the sys- tem,—it is one's duty to know the fact and tho consequences thereof. Our good old grandmothers knew for instance, that tho opening of spr ng was the most perilous period of the year. Whv? Because then tho blood stream is sluggish and chilled by tho cold weath- er, and if not thinned a good deal arid made to flow <ju ckly and healthfully through the arteries and veins, it is imp...

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

V p^B ' ;<?>'% ■' <. <1 FACTS FOR FARMERS. WIRE FOR GRAPE TRELLISES. In putting up trellises for grape Tines, wire is much better for stringers than boards or slats often used. Wire costs legs, is stronger, and besides can be easily grasped by tendrils of tbe young shoots. The trellis also in Winter is less likely to be racked by winds, as the wire offers little obstruc- tion. EWES THAT LOSE THEIR LAMBS. It is possible sometimes to make a ewe -that has lost her lamb own another and allow it to suckle. If this cannot be done unless the owe be •specially valuable on account of its breed, it is best to fatten it and sell it to the butcher. A ewe that loses its lamb one year becomes too fat the following Summer, and is seldom worth muoh for breeding thereafter. USING FROZEN EGGS. If a frozen egg is thawed out in cold water and used immediately it is a little injured. It is at least better then than it can be again. The freezing of the egg and cracking tbe shell admit air, an...

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

Pl||P ' ' "• — • -spfSR*?*if; ' '• w r T >' / i- Tke Ilneola Weekly loiltw. rVBLISIIKU XVKBY SATURDAY 11v Cate & Teagarden. Saturday, April 14, 1888. Entered at the pout office aa second- <*1uhh matter. Announceuieut iUte*. TERMS CASH—8THI0TLY IN AD- VANCE. For l'reoinct Officers 8 •'! 00 For County Offlccrs ">00 For District Officers 10 00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to aimouucc AV. A. IIAKT, Ksq., uh a candidate for re-elec tlon to the office of County Attorney. We arc in receipt of tho first number of the Lawmlnle Lodger, ft neat .5-colmmi quarto, published by Messrf. Terry & Kennon, re- cently of Longview. The Ledger present* a neat appearance, and we extend our be,at wishes for its prosperity. In another place will be found a call issued by 8. A. Kendrick, Chairman of the Democratic Ex- ecutive Committee of Wood county, lor a County Convention to meet at Quitmun on May 14th. This convention is for tho special pur- pose of selecting delegates to go to the S...

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

WMMW t L The lineola Weekly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months .75 One Copy, Four Mouths 50 —Ice cream at Bake Turman's at all hours, day and night. —Mrs. J. H. Cox is visiting friends in Mt. Pleasant. —The new residences of Dr. Hart and Mr. L. H. Beaird, on Johnson street, will be, when fin- ished, two handsome ornaments to our city. Try that oat-meal "flakes," steamed oats and cracked wheat, at Andrews'. —Have you been to Bake Tur- man's ice cream parlor? Every thing arranged in first-class style there. —Mrs. Dr. Patten placed us under many obligations by sending to our office, on Wednesday, one of the most beautiful bouquets that it was ever our pleasure to receive. —All prescriptions and recipes will receive prompt attention at Prank Anderson & Co.'s. —The Furniture Factory is in full operation, and Mr. R. J. Smith and his sons are stirring business men. We are glad to note the indications are that they will have all the work they can ...

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

" ■ ■ - ! '■?j- Hi i The Mloeola Weekly Monitor •atukdat bt CATS ft TKAOARDKN. One & SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Copy, One Tear II.M te Copy, Six Months TO Copy, Four Month* 00 Intered at the poatolfice aa elan matter. aecond- Fatbkb Taafk, a Louisville priest, has become insane from the excessive «se of cigarettes. Thr woman who is always threaten- ing to give another a piece of her mind IS one who, as a rule, has no mind to •pare. In olden times it was the martyrs Who were burned at the stake. Now tt la the steak that is burned (or the martyrs. Preachers never strike for higher ■tlary. They are gonerally too busy trying to get what has already been promised them. THE WEEK IN The ambition to be a millionaire is a low one. If a man waits to bo rich be- fore be does good he is apt to get out Of the notion of goodness. Mb. Arthur Cecil has brought out in London his play called "The Man Who Hesitates." Its companion piece Will not be acted. "Tiio Woman Who Hesitates" is lost. Drinking high...

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

-Y. MM—m y PLUCK AND PRAYER. There wa'n't any use o' fretting. An' i told Olmdiah s ■, For ef we couldn't hold onto thirga, We'd just got to let em jjo. There were lots of folks that'll suffer Along with the rest of us, An' it cll.ln't seem to he wortli our wlilla To make such a ilro.i e fuss. To he sure the burn was 'most empty, An' corn an' perlaters sca'ce, An' not much of anything plcntyan'choai But water—an' apple.sa.ss; But then us I told uliadlah. It wa 11 1110 use to groan, For flesh an' blood couldn't stan' It; an lie Was nothin' but sk 11 au' b no. But laws! ef you d only heerd him. At any hour of the lilcht, A prayln' out in that closet there, 'Tvvonld have set you eiazy rjuile. 1 patched the knees of tlioso trousers With cloth that was noways thin, But it seemed as if the pieces wore out As fast as I set 'em in. But 1 am that way contrairy That ef things den t go jest right, I feel like roll n' my sleaves up high An' gittin' ready to light. An' the giants 1 slew lhat win...

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

mm 1 V'-'l* — b't yf'l ; I ■J. t 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. Great Cry and Little Wool. Endeavors have been made by the high tariff people to talk up an impression that the sheep interest in the Ninth Congressional district of this State, represented by Mr. Mills, amounts to an imposing in- fluence, which might decide the fate of that representative for his fearless advocacy of a scheme of reform which has the approval of President Cleveland ana the gen- eral support of the democratic party. Hence some figures from the State official records of the past year, regarding the taxable property of that district, may be Suite in place for general informa- onatthe present juncture. From the racket made by a few republi- can wool growers and other repub- ...

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

* lv.V ■r f V VOL. XL MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1888. NO. 30. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. B. HART. JNO. T. CRADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineoi.a, 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. W. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, AND Real Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; render and pay taxes on same. S.F.MWX -DEALERS IN- Goods-* 1). W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courts of Wood ...

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

r -~ -. .; mm i MYSTERIOUS FATALITIES. What is it That is Killing so Many Prominent Men? The death •( Kaiser Wilholno, ox- Gov. Hoffman. Banker J. W. Drcxol, Lieut.-Gov. Dorsbeimer, I)r. Car- penter, Chief-Justice Waite and Uen. B. H. Brewster, in quick succes- •lon, and all from the sumo cause, although having different names, in •tart ling;. March and April are fatal months, not onlv for consumptives, but also for many diseases more disguised bat none the less fatal. Gov. Hoffman bad heart disease. Gov. Dorsheimer, apparently a strong, well robust man, over six feet high, tokens and dies in four days of pneu- monia. Chief-Justice Waito moots the sumo late, and he was apparently the per- sonification of vigor. Drexel, the Pbiladelplru banker, and Brewster, Ex-Attorney-Gonoral, wore suddenly cut off in the midst of great usefulness, by Bright's disease, and l>r. Carpenter, the well-known New York physician, suddenly died of Kid- t ,; ney disease, never having suspected that he wa...

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

IV•>—r--«T" ! > i \ (to A Train Despatched s Story. Several yours ano I was employed as train dispatcher on a southwestern American raiiroad. As usual llturo worn three of us in tho oflice. 1 hail what in callcd tlio "second trick," my hours of duly bi;in<; from 4 r. m. to 12 r. si. The third man, (Jhnrloy Bums, who came on at m ilniglit ami worked till 8 a. m., was a particular friend of mine. He was a young man of high character, a line despatcher and pop- ular; and when, during the burning days of July, it became known among the mon that he was conlined to his room by a severe attack of malignant fever, many were tho expresssions of regret and of hope for his speedy re- covery. During tho tryin<r days of Charloy's illness, 1 spent all the time 1 could spare by his side, but on account of h s absence from the oflice. it was uecces- ary for tho remaining two of us lo "double up"—that is work twelve hours each, my watch being from 8 p. m. to 8 a. M. 1 came on duty one ov...

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

Irr-r- '-nriyw- ••: '"^MBWIK ■ CRM gvgCSP *w BSpW r n^rW:-. ! " *y f ■) --;: - • •*" * ,/> V • •, .%*•■ ib izxtszxzijbxixbszzix wjir^^r^rfinTi irr.r The Mlncola Weekly Monitor. I'l lll.l-IIKI) KVICHY hATL'UKAY II¥ Oate & Teagarden Saturday, April 31, 1888. THE WAR OPENED. I —— "Bold 'tog< •/' t'' People*# Cln in nlon, | IS A MAF'I'Kf.V A t<>1 'M''XT OK AS HOUR \SI rHi'iKi:-iit "TKHM AN- NIHILATES KVKKY POSITION OK TUB HOI.'NTY Sl.'CKKKS. from the Entered at the post office m seeond- clntiH matter. Announcement Kates. TERMS CASH—STRICTLY IN AD- VANCK. For Precinct Officers $ 3 00 For County Officers 5 00 For District Officer* 10 00 AN SOU N'CKM ENTS. Wk arc autliori/.eii to announce W, A. HART, K(?q., nn 11 "andiilutc for re-elec- tion to tli<! ofllce <if County Attorney. I t Tiik space of the Monitor is this week too much in demand, for the publication of mutter of general im- portance to our readers, to devote any space to the Labor Organ, be- sides we conside...

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