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

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE p V)ne Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Mouths 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 ( Liberal Discounts to Clubs. YOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1888. AdvertisiniVatas made known en application. <4, JOB PRINTIW A SPECIALTY. NO. 2 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, J Mineola, Texas. Offers his professional services to the , people of Wood anil surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. AN ADDRESS Containing a Uriel'Summary ui' the Fruits of Democratic Government in Texas. w. M. giles e. m. hicks. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. B. B. IIAUT. J NO. T. CRADDOCK. i HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tvler. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courts of Wood and s...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 October 1888

1 ft' A VIVID ILLUSTRATION1. Who Maketli th^ Cloud3 Eis Chariot." &Mk ? -r%pyf&t 'Mr*r * !??T'V ™ -nx ■ ' Tp m ig« Pours Hib U ua F.owof K > quer o i I.no th" Gaping and 8 rain«cl Kirn of an Attf*ntiT > Audi* lie -II B autitu'ly aud Graphically D scrib • th * Unfold (,'onten?* of tli : H r z n-A Mythical Iu pjiation is Q ▼nn t o T;io '• c,i a Sinful Mood. biiooklvn Hi'i't., 1)1). —The hymn aunor nt the openlinr of tliu Mi'Tlcu* hi tlie Urooklyu Vabeiiiuc e thin iiiumini; huh: • Weliiotnu, hw nt diiy of riiit, 'illUE MIW till! Lord nrl u," After czi*jiiinlliiir ueprupriutu pimmirM of •crlpluru, iho ltuv. T. DuVVitt 'i n iiiuije 1). I)., look tlm tcxi j I'suiui civ. ill "Wlio linilU'ili llii! cloud i lint chariot," lit. 'i'liimnire sui■ I; biuii!« urn con*trui'tt'il so iih tu ion ; iIiim ii Tliosi! imrtbly cruatuiuH Unit liuve wIiiub wiiun •liny rl-u from tlie eurUi htill look down, niiil liio Buirlu senic.liim for inlco in tiui K'un mil liiu riivi.'ii for CiIX'uhbus in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 October 1888

THt BIUH* yjr uirlUiVlBLfc I ONE. \ ~ J ?•% There wsi u boy nuiiietl GiuiubU Tone, who run uv hv 10 hc . 'I'm tick of ilitnsfs (>u luu 1," Lie said, ";ib , ICU ilk 1 I'llu III! I & life upon ilie buuiullas wuvc will suit a lad like mul" The eee'liinir ocean billows failed to sllniu- late Uhs mirth. For lie did uiit like tbe vessel, or the dizzy, rnllliti berlli, L And be iliou.'lil tUe sea was almost as uu- plansuut its ibeeartb. He waudercd Into foreign lands, he saw each wonderous sight, But nothiug that lie beard or law seemed , Just exactly rlifiit. And so he Journeyed on and ou, still seek! ng for delight He talked with king* and ladles fair, he din- ed In courts, Uiuy nay. But always found the p.-oplc dull, aud longed" to get away, To searcli for that mysterious land where he should like to utay. He wandered over all the world, his hair crew lilte as snow. He reached that linal bourne he sought. The reason would you kuow I The re ason wag that, north or south, where'er ...

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

fta 11 iMt / ,t« Mm jriWMMMi iMWMMKIMUI H'Mii HMHtowu '•—« aMHUHL .^'Maouiiutkk. BWBMMWKi i ——Mix ^ • •-TVTsr - w<- THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. w i I PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT W. II. TEAGARDEN. Saturday, Oct. ft, 1888. Entered at the post office as second- class matter. FOR PRESIDENT: GROVER CLEVELAHB, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLES G. THUHMAM. OF OHTO. State Democratic Ticket. For Governor— L. H. ROSS. For Lt. Governor— T. B. WHEELER. Chief Justice Supreme Court— JUDGE J. W. STAYTON. Associate Justices Supreme Court— JUDGE JNO. L. HENRY, JUDGE R. R. GAINES. Democratic District and Couu- ty Tiekat. For State Senator, tith District— Hon. Conk Johnson, of Tyler. For Representative, 04th District— Hon. J. W. Humphreys, of Rains county. For District Judge, 7th District— Fki.ix J. McConn, of Tyler. For District Attorney, 7th District— R. N. Stafford, of Mineola. For County Judge—C. W. Raines. For County Attorney—W. R. McGii.l. For Dist. Clerk—I. W. RonitiNs. For Sheriil—11. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 October 1888

MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. fh I i i"- City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. riNEOLA LODGE, No. .WJ. A. F. & A. M„ . , J will holil « uttttoa communication ut Ma- Konlc Hall ou Wednesday, OctolHsr 17th. Kt 7:.'!0 i>. ui. Visiting brethrcu are fraternally invited. 3. F. McDamki., W. M. H. M. Akmstrosu, Act'g Sec. KNIGHT OF l'YTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. t'i, meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. r. h. F. I". 1ia.u1i.l, c. IlKl'CK, K. K. & s. I. O. O. F. "1NKOLA LODGE, No. i!ia, 1. O. O. F., meets llrst and third Mouduy nights in mouth. W. T. 1'euwohtii, N. G. .1. II. Newsom, Secretary. M each The Great Democratic Leader Renominated by Acclama- tion. At Waco, Texas, on lust Monday, Hon. Roger Q. Mills was renomi- ; nated and given an indorsement by his people worthy of such a I great chieftain. It is estimated that 40,000 people assembled in the city to do him honor, and such enthusiasm was never before wit- nessed in the state. The Democracy of the district promise him an in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 October 1888

Tlie Mlneoia Weekly Monitor the GORY GARMENT. 1 1 II FUBI.18DKD KVKItT SATL'HUAr BT CATE ft TEAGARDEN. SUBSCaiPlION PttlC£: One Copy, One Year 11.50 One Copy, His Month* 79 One Copy, Four Months 60 Intend at the postoflico as second 4ui matter. Senator Coke Has Ignominious 1 y Balked Spoonerin His At- tempt to Stir up Scction- al Strife. AN OLD KING S WILL. Dow • Pennsylvania < ounty l.o* One Hundred 'I lioiixaud Hollars. Every Indication of Success Present to Keep Democratic En- thuiiasm at White Heat. i* No Man Can Predict • Day for the Ad journment of Congress — Geneial Newt From the Capital. "A delay of fifteen seconds, caused kjr tbc dropp ng of a pun with wli oh a ' man was to sign Ids niinw to a will, lost to Warren comity $100,000 once," said a lawyer in Warren, Pa., to a far- mer who had dropped Ills pen on the floor Just an he was about to put bin signature on some important papers. "The dropping of a pun lias always made me nervous and uncomfortable •▼er since," lie co...

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

/: j /.I ( I •] (I rw A liiidtijjrouui. One hot aftHrnooii a lrum|i printer enturml tlie olli.ut of tliu Franklin (Ivy.) Put not. The regular corps of uom- positci's wero sulli iont to do nil llm necessary work, but tliu boys wero lazy nlul wiiMteil to go lisliiug, no tlie tramp was given temporary employ- ment. When the boys rcturued next day the/ wore surpr sod, and not a Jiltlo nshaiued, to sue that the tramp ■had "set up" the outire paper—work which would have taken the entire forco several days to perform. Wheu the proof sheets wero brought iu they were found to be so cleau that the editor of the L'alriot sent for the tramp. "What is your nameP'' the editor asked. "O.-icftr Howell." "Where are you frotuP" Mr. Howell wavud his hand around In a complete circle. What does that maan?" "Means that 1 aiu from every- where." "Ho you want work?" "That's the reason I came hore." "I mean regular work." "Yes, but 1 don't want to throw anybody out of a job." "Glad you are so honorable, but...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 6 October 1888

: .ji; £ ,'Uau/ faUMiMt ^'viS*%&jitUtfifli/ii >~ _ ^*^M:.'',,:,. ;;wrv' .WT^W-T' •WWWeiswWwN^^wS .iiM ■mSnHMMM*' ^ ^\TT v?n"" " •' E> ""■)•' V I . 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. Continued from pauc 1. Revised Statutes, every person; who is the head of n family, and who is without a homestead, is! entitled to one hundred and sixty 1 acres of the vacant and un From Quitman. Quitman, Tkxas, Oct. 3, 1888. Last Monday morning opened >ro_ up lively for Quitman. The Wood priated public domain, of which County Commercial Association at there yet remains more than three ! the Alliance hall, the County Court millions of acres subject to such i,( t]l(. court room and the Commis- location. During the last two years about sixteen hundred pre- empti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

9999 l < v., I \ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, Ono Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Advertising Rates made known on application* JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINJSOLA. TEXAS. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1888. NO. 8 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, 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. TV. M. GILES E. M. HICKS. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Ileal Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. 11. 1). IIAliT. .INO. T. CRADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State aud the Supreme and Federal courts at Tvler. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, Quitman, Texas. Practices in the District Courts of Wood and surrounding counties, and in the Supreme and Federal courts of the State. R,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

^ I I I > BOLDON'S EXPEDIENT. "I am fuirlv dialled—ruined—done for. I liinl hct tor order my oofHn while ! enn pay for it.'' This was the Had soliloquy of .Mr. •lames Bullion, solicitor aad notary public, as he sat alone in his office in lligli street, Westborough, one October morning'. And truly Mr. James I'.oldon's jioh- ition was not a happy one. lie was a young man lately admitted us a solicitor, and he hud spent all his little capital to no purpose in trying to make a practice for himself in the townofWoHtborough. 11« was alaiost a stranger int.hr; town, and, although he laid boon there nearly a year, he had hardly suc- ceeded ia making an acquaintance, much less in gaining clients. The re- port that there was "an opening" in the place, on the strength of which ho had come there, hud proved to be entirely fallacious. The town was just lariie enough to hide him. It was in vain that he went regularly to St. Augustine's mission chapel, in the hope of having his name put on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

h— ^ w i ri -J The Cockroach of India. "I should like to make your flesh creep" is the involuntary thought of one who essays to describe the Indian .cockroach. Who that has been in India does not know the flat,shining, ill-savored coffee-colored thing, seen oply in dimly-lighted places, the eyes staring out of the head, the long, ev- er-moving feelers, the swift, uncertain movements, the sudden, uncontrolled flight when ho dashes, perhaps, into your face, and lor a brief and horri- ble moment his clammy logs cling to your Bkiit? What a life you must lead! Ever in cowardly terror of his life, his perpetual instinct is to hide himself. From some dark corner he glares at you with guilty eye. As ho darts from place to place he knows you will kill him if you can, and he knows he deserves to be killed. Even in the houses of the highest in the land the cockroach is not unknown. Boots, gloves and books bear witness to his ravages, and a pungent smell betrays his presence in your ward- robe....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

i: \ I • t I THE MIHEOLl WEEKLY MONITOR. pujimkiiki) evkry saturday by \V. I). TEAGAItDEX. Saturday, Oct. 13,1888. Entered at tho post office eh second- cIukh matter. FOIt PRESIDENT: GROVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OF OHIO. State Democratic Ticket. For Governor— L. 8. ROSS. For Lt. Governor— T. B. WHEELER. Chief JiiHtico Supreme Court— JUDGE J. W. STAYTON. Associate Justices Supreme Court— JUDGE JNO. L. HENRY, JUDGE R. R. GAINES. Democratic District an<l Coun- ty Tickot. For State Senator, ftth District— IIon. Conk Johnson, of Tyler. For Representative, 04th District— Hon. J. W. Humphreys, of Itains county. For District Jinl({o, 7th District— Fki.ix J. McCobd, of Tyler. For District Attorney, 7th District— R. N. Stafford, of Mineola. For County .Indue—C. W. Rainks. For County Attorney—W. R. McGii.i.. For Dist. Clerk—I. AV. Rodiiins. For Sheriff—15. F. Smart. For Treasurer—Sam H. IIakt. For County Clerk—Jno. 11. Jonks. For Tax Assessor—Gko. w. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

— —r , _ iZl T THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, City Directory. LODGES. M1 masonic. TINKOLA LODGE, No. B02, A. K. & A. M„ L will liold h Htiited communication at Xlu- souic Hull ou Wednesday, October 17th, at 7:'!0 p. m. Visiting brethren are fraternally invited. V. J. F. MCDANIKL, W. M. R. M. Aiimstiionu, Act'K Sec. KNIGHT OK PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 'J5, meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. F. P. IlAMII.L, o. c. R. H. IlKi'ck, K. R. At 8. i. o. o. f. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 248, I. O, O. F„ meets (list and third Monday nights in each month. W. T. Pebwoutii, N. G. J. II. Newsom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and H p. m. Sundav school every Sunday at U a. in. J. L. Dorson, Pastor. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and lth Sun- days at 11 a. 111. and X p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at 'J a. m. Hon. B. W. Brown, Inspector .State Penitentarics, was 111 the city last Wednesday. A Curd. Having heard that designing per- sons ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

—— —— — — —— — t*'-' fy. / h ! • li m •a ga I'I ft The Mlneola Weekly Monitor pdbluhkd kvkbt saturday CATS ft TEAG ARDEN. T SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One copy, On Tear 11.80 One Copy, Six Month* 75 One Copy, Four Months SO Entered at the poatoSice m second They Hatad Doga When the celebrated French poet, Alfred Do M us sot, became an applicant (or a aeat in the academy. he had to conform to the anciont custom of call* ing on each of the immortals In the person to ask for his vote. It was during the summer,and many of the members had left Paris for their country seats. The poet was obliged to travel all over the country and hunt them up in their sylvan re- treats. One dny he arrived at the house of one of the most Influential of the forty members. As be oponed the gate a poodle dog of very unprepos- sessing appearance rushed between his legs, jumped up on him, and gave other indications of an affectionate disposition. Do Mussot bated dogs, and he felt vory much inclined to olo- vute he ugl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

•<+ LOO CABIN SUCCESS. What ails the young men J Robert Garrett's father left him a fortune of twenty millions. He was from childhood reared in luxury; ho re- ceived a splendid education with an especial training into a thorough knowledge of railroad management and was expected to succeed his father as a railroad king. Within three years after the re- sponsibilities which his father's death threw upon him were assumod, ho is reported as a broken down man, with imnd and health permanently shat- tered. George Law is another young man 'left with millions of money, who is re- ported among the "wrecks." His father, bred a stonemason, was of gigantic size and strength, with com- mensurate brain power, so he became a_ great contractor, then a railroad king and left a half million for his son to dissipate. The young man is a suc- cess as a dissipator. The founders of both of these great estates wore born in the most humble walks of life, grew strong, mentally nd physically, bv simple liv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 13 October 1888

f. t i 'h it ! r" W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. .V full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. "iIi;< i i and Monopolies. i Martin in now posing be- pcoplo of Texas as the •ii.ion !'ure anti-monopolist 'ibcriiutorial ring, and the • re in liis immediate vicin- I'o: ..1 I ' . . I Oak Grove, October 18th at 2 o'clock p. ra. Quitman, October 20th, at 2p. m. Concord, October 20th, at 7 p. m. The Hon. W. C. Johnson, Dem- ocratic nominee for State Senator, will also address the people of the . ;tii denunciation of rail- county at the following times and MKinopoly, land monopoly J places : other kind of monoply, | Albia, Sept. 20th, at 10 a. m. ly ho has exhausted a Winsboro, Oct. 6th, at 10 a. m. of breath crying over: Yantis, Oct. 13th, at 2 p. in. region* of the people Tho opponents of these gcntl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

ESSiSI —— imii iliii<t| 7$. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : Jf Oue Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Mouths 75 Oue Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Advertising Rates mado known on application, JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATUliDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1888. NO. 4 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. From Quitman. The Discussion at Pine Mills On October 12tli. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. QrrrMAN, Texas, ) October 17, 1888. j On thc morning of the 12th in The County Court has closed.. company with Messrs. Cate, llart, The docket, both civil and criminal, Craddock, Terrell, and others we was pretty well cleared. j embarked for Pine Mills, where The case ol Mallox vs. Attoway, a joint political discussion was a suit for 821.).00 damages on a billed to take place between the breach of contract, alter a three j representatives of the Union Labor day's trial, ended with a verdict oi: anj Democratic parties. J. M. |C100for the plaintiff. It was ail Perdue, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

jMKtfHMSNI \ w, MI I M' I A LOVE CliASI: I will not begin nt the beginning and describe how, in my boyiiili da vh, I Hp./if0(3 with Minn ('illy Busse. I will not not (IcMcriljo how wo used to romp together, go to dufi<-in<r- school together nnd recipro -utn till t.hone little innocent ciidi'iii-montf) usual between children of nearly the HHinengeaml opposite hoxoh. Nor will I panne to depict my foolingn, when, iri n game of forfeits and with much difficulty, 1 Huceeeded in kissing Miss (Jilly liiisKO. I will not, furthermore, take up the time of the reader by showing that, from the age of 11 to 1!), having been atschool and college, 1 saw nothing, at all of .Mies ('illy lJiiHwe. Nor,lastly, will it be necessary to show how, at the age of nineteen ami a half, coming home proud of my col lego honors and youthful dandyism; 1 met Miss ('illy,domiciled in my native town of Lillyvillo. Hav- ing now given thopublicsoirieiiiKight into the preliminary situation of af- fairs, by the usu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

i4 % - J V / ( ^ -Jk ! Horrible Snake Story. 11 — The clow nf t ho eivil war left some portions of the South in the hands ot desperately wicked men. Particularly wan this true of parts of Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas. While the Confederate troops had disbanded, and before the Federals could occupy the country, the guerilla and bushwhacker were there. Wh "t law and order were in n measure restored, these despera- does were the last to yield, and many of them had to be hunted down like wolves and killed on sight. 1 had a district assigned to me along the St. Francis River, Arkansas, and the total strength of my command was twenty-eight men. With these 1 was expected to protect the freed men, guard several plantations, scout overall the roads, escort strangers, overawe a multitude of bad men, and maintain the dignity of the re- united United States. In my district, as I soon ascer- tained, were half a dozen of the worst desperadoes iu the West. All had be- long...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

A L I j: f; I THE MIKEOU WEEKLY MOIITOR. I'l'iii.isiiki) kvkuy HATL'ItDAY 11V W. II. TI5AOABDKN. Saturday, Oct. 20,1888. Entered at tlie jiost office uh second- class matter. FOR 1'RKHI DENT: GHOVER CLEVELAND, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT: ALLEK G. THURMAK, OF OHIO. •Statu JiemocrnUc Ticltcti For Governor-— L. S. UOSS. For T.t. Governor— T. It. WIIKKf/KK. Chief Justice Supreme Court— ,IU IXI !•: .1. \V. KTAYTON. ABHocia11! .1 n..lice.. Kuprenie Court— .TUDCIIO .1 NO. I- IIF.XUY, JlJDCi; It. If. (1AINKS. A Wonderful Prodljry of Ini-1 Another Dodge From the Pen- pudeuce. itlon Plank. Mr. Perdue in his Pine Mills i In his Pine Mills speech Jake! fpeech dodged the pension plank Rhodes charged Cleveland with in- j Jn the U' L' l'latfor™ an consistency, stating that he vetoed1/"ew ™nner when he said that a resolution appropriating «10,0U0 j h« {awrcd ■ Pens,?n the for the Texas drouth sufferers, but' 8oldlcr« a'ul 8u'lors,ft8 a ^"nburse. ment to them for their losses sus- Scrap of Hist...

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