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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

,P V T 4 1 x * THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, City Directory. LODGES, MASONIC. VfTlXEOLA l.ODQK, No. WJ, A. K. & A. M„ .iTjL will hold u stated fommimlciitlon nt Mn- *oulc Hull on Wednesday, Nov. '.Mut, ut 7:KO Ji. iu. VUltluK brethren are frutcriiftlly Invited. J. F. MCDAKICI, W. M. R. M. Ahustiionu, Act'g See. KNIGHT <)!• "YJINEOLA LODGE, l Attention Candidates. We will commence to print el- ection tickets on Saturday the 27tli. Each candidate who desires his name on the ticket must send in his name and one dollar by Friday, the 2Gtli, in order to se- cure his name on the ticket. We will print and distribute tkn pvthiah. thousand tickets in this county. - - No. %\ meets every | T „ 1 , i ucwiay evening, Monitor buiidiug. In sending in your names lor pre- p. Pi UAMILL C C * ' r. h. lini'ce, k. k. & s. ' i cinet offices, state in addition to1 i. o. o. v. (your name the jufliee for which you ni'uht'x 'iii jnrc il candidate and tlie number of1 your precinct. Positively no name...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

_ AmaMi r', rrrr. -jn rr r ■- - 1 fte Mlneola Weekly Monitor i f i I ' H , PUBLISHED KVKBT SATCBOAT CATS ft TEAGARDEN. ■T SUBSCRIPTION PlllCfi: One copy,Om Year $1.80 Oue Copy, Six Month* 7fi One Copy, Four Month* GO fa tared ut the poetoffice u second lias* matter. Our Church Swallows. As vividly as if it wore but yoster- day, though it id mi event, of many years ago, comas up the memory of t!i« cr.perienoe of a pair of barn cwallows, llirunilo liorroorum. The two hail determined to build a nest in the porch of our church. My little daughter was the lirst to detect the fact, and every day she went to see how the birdies were getting along. How the child mind watched and wondered! To her their ways wcro marvelous. How thov brought the mud, or. more properly, the bird-mortar! How rapidly they worked! Now came tho male, who emptied and spread his little hodful ol cement. Then came tho female, who added hers. And so fast did one suc- ceed the other that it seemod like tlie boys in wint...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

Raft > > 1 t \ a : If 11 1 ETTEB OKT BABMKD SOW. VTppniil good-bye to our burled piist. And \ rptnnd mom-nod by t lie lonely grnve For tin beautiful life thut could not hint. The l •easure no tenderest prayer could s: ve. , Then ii to the world we turned away, And t-o -row walked with us day by day. A faded flower nnd a torn white glove, Letti rs, u lock of hair half curled, Poor, tad bequestn of our dear, dead love, Yet worth the wealth of the whole wide world; A shell, u pebble may tell aright Ol the oceun's depth and the ocean's might. We made n grave, and wo said good-bye. . Ah. foolitdi dreamers! we moved apart, And thought in our folly love could die, While life throbbed 011 in the brain and heart. "Now all is over," we sighing said, Since love, the cherished, lies cold and dead. Not so, beloved, ah, never so! Whenever your dear face comes in sight, Heart springs to heart with the old, warm glow. And silence speaks with the old delight. An empty grave in the sunshine lie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 October 1888

1 -*■ WW) ' : ! 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. Noii-l*iirt!saii!snis To Our Subscribers. Wo have been furnishing the Monitor to the groat bulk of* our provided it subscribers to be paid for this fall. The expense of publishing the paper during the long hot dull months of the summer has been quite heavy and has run us into debt. The mothly expense of publishing the Monitor exceeds one hundred and seventy dollars. Now don't make us last in paying (nil your money. The amount is small to you, but in the aggrogate it is large to us. We ask you, each and all, to come forward and settle up, and show your appre- ciation of a sound Democratic newspaper. Catk & Tkaoakdion, Publishers. ROYto W fROYALMSKI? II ^ kSxja*"luniv ^akiH6 POWDER Absolutely Pure....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

C '■ t « . \ 1%*&r ~ KL, • , .r v ™®fc? •• "■■- •' " v"" 1\ t SUBSCRIPTION PRICE I >ne Copy, Onn Year $1.50 >ne Copy, Six Months 75 >ne Copy, Four Mouths 50 iberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. Advertising Rates made known on application. JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY, MINEOLA. TEXAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1888. NO. 5 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. Extracts from Senator Rea- gan's Sqicech Oct. 1-. 1M88 Offers his professional services to the eople of Wood and surrounding coun- ies. Will practice in all the courts of (he State and the Federal court at yler. M. GILES E. M. HICKS. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. 4 b. n. HAUT. .JNO. T. OliADDOCK* HART ct CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Minkola, Tkxas. Practice in the District and inferior yjourts of the State and the Supremo jkV Federal courts lit Tyler. D. W. CROW, • Attorney ■ at - Law, ANl). NOTARY PUBLIC, MINEOLA, - - TE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

? i «... 3 ' S t ■ f f u g< tl fc o VI ir ri D i UAI'IIKMMTM SM'IIKl t k'1 |l 'HIP pll'I'InilK llil of gold, Snti' liiilili'ii like n miner: Ainl yet if foilikI b.v robber bold, i| in vit hi in I in v win 11 ti it ii told, Ami noun would lie tlio wiser. Why ilo I In><>I'll this liil of gold ,SV«r giving it or li-iuliiik ' My frii'tnl, llii' story's trite nnil olil: I loved—but words won- ivi'iik utij coll; Zji>Ch limited to tlioending. HCbe bit I keep no one foiilil miss From ull Iht won It it, her glory Of gulden iiuir—gold, iiml like thin, Cfcm our I I took, nnil left a kisn— Ami now you know tin; story. iVb.y prize it no?" I think inuy bo Half way in scorn, you queried, .ill, friend, n miser lovingly '■Saves out one bit of ({old—all, rael When all the rent is buried. Out bit he stives to touch and see, As I this little token. Sweetheart, 'tis ull I hnvo of thee— ('hia and a life long memory, Of love that ne'er wus spoken. Through weary years my bit of gold I've hoa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

f 'ii-rsR-'^ :-T' • T^EW ;\ rmm ;>w?wi&m BILL NYE TRIES TO UMPIRi. I | ,, , hi I N u f yarc For! lie Keeps Score on Two Shingle* ul u AVealein Game. A short time ago I was called upon /by a comra ttee of pliys c ans ami sur- geons of Minneapolis, led by Dr. Hunt- er, of that city, with a request that I would umpire a game of baseball to be Iplayed on the ensuing day between the Allopaths and Homoeopaths of M 11110- apolis for tlio championship of tho northwest, the proceeds to go to the Homooopathic Hospital. I told Dr. Hunter that an All-wise Providence had not seen lit to endow me with a great deal of baseball wisdom, but that I was passionately fond of the game, recognizing, as I did, that it denoted a wonderful de- gree of progress and a gradual leading up from bean-bag' and two-old-cat towards tho earnestness, the tlirob and thrill and sucii tilings as that of the true athlotc. Dr. Hunter sa'd I had tho right hloa of the game, he thought, and ho would get Mr. Conklin, of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

. . :'i^TZy W '• 1-", • •- • v.- J I ■ra THE MINE0L1 WEEKLY U0MM $ I r ! i PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY IT W. It. TEAGARDEN. Saturday, Oct. 27,1888. Entered at the post office as second- clusa matter. ./ Democratic Ticket. J-'ori'rfmdeTit-^ - V Kit <J J;KVJafcAND. F«r* Vicr-Prexidcnt— ^ 11 Miirr Electors for President and Vice-President A. W. TKKIUiLL, ,T. W. HAJI.KY, A. T. McKlNXEY, K. C. WCKliKSON, It. C. IWiHAKK.NNEfn, JIOWAlil) TKMl'i.ETON, JOHN II. COllI!, J. S. WOODS, U. A. LKVI, W. K. FLY, W. II. lJK.'IIAHDSOX, J. II. McLEAHY, W. Ji. (JOWAN. For Congi"r<l (,'ougroKMonal Hihtriet— C. Ji. KJLUOltE. H1WXJW«4rK?: For Governor— L. S. JiOSS. For Lieut. Governor— T. I?. WHEEL Kit. For Attorney-General— JAMES S. HOGG. For State Treasurer-— Fit AX K 11. LUBBOCK. For Comptroller— ,101 I.N l>. Met'ALL. For Land C'on1111insioiior— It. M. HALL. For Superintendent Public Instruction— 0. S. COOPER. For Chief Justice Supreme Court— J. >V. STAYTON. For Associate Justices— Jt. It. GAIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

^ ^ .. ■■ ■ ^ . ■ :• ^ ' I. 4 • 1 1 >'■ MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MINKOI.A L01)Ci K, No. 504 A. F. & A. M„ will hold a stated communication at Mu- : Hall ou Wednesday, Nov. 21 t, at 7:.'K1 j>. m. Visiting brethren arc fraternally Invited. j. V. McDaniki., W. N. It. M. Armhtkonu, Act'k Bco. KNIGIIT OF l'YTHIAH, "^yjINEOI.A l.OllUK, No. meets every | • Tueaday evcnliiK, Monitor building. i B1011 K. P. HAMII.1, C. C. .. „ R. H. Buvck, K. K. & 8. i lioni i. o. o. f. MINKOI.A l.ODOK, No. IMS, I. meets lirst and third Monday each month. \V. T. l'kbworth, N. ti. J. II. Newsom, Secretary. Conghess adjourned on the 20th, with only eighteen Senators and fifteen members of the House present, Hon. C. B. Kilgoro being the only member of the Texas del- egation present. Col. Kilgore has been in his seat every day but one the entire session, doing the coun- try a valuable service by prevent- ing in the closing days of the se;s- hasty and unwise appropria...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

Tie Mlneola Weekly Monitor WASHINGTON NEWS :/ rUBLISHXD itut ia.tubdat BT ... CATS ft TEAQARDEN. rr— ■■ . = SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Washington, 1>. C., Oct. 35.—A very prominent Democrat, who is in con- stant communication with the Demo- cratic executive committee, said that they were perfectly sure of New York, One copy, One Tear 11.60 Indiana and Now Jersey. . Connecticut One Copy, Six Monthe 75 lias been in doubt, he said, and hereto- One Copy, Four Months 60 fore he has not for a moment thouirht Intered at the poatoffioe aa second NOTES AND COMMENTS. TBBBY HABEAS corpus application. Washington, Oct. 20.—Judge Shel- labarger filed in the supreme court a petition for a writ of habeas corpus in the case of David S. Terry of Califor- nia, who was sentenced by Judge Field to imprisonment for contempt of court. Tho announcement that the senate had passed an adjournment resolution was made to tho houso at 1 o'clock and was greeted with applause by the handful of members present. It is s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

!i , M •*' * * /• %• v .4 ' % •fj int 'in ■at -I I what the inum. sami. Ovpr the chimney ll > mfrlit «in.J onnpr, And rlmnti'il n nii'loily no on? knew; And the wotnuu etoppetl, nml ln-r bahc alio tniued, , , , , And thought of the one hIu- luid Ioiik « «'« And Huitl ns hor tonrilropn line]; Mie forced, "I hate tho wind in the chimney." Over the chimney tin- nifflit wind sung. And chanted a melody no one knew: And .the children said, tin the.v cloncr drew. '•'Tin some witch that U douving tho black nitflit through, 'Tin a fairy trumpet that .jiiHl then blew, And we tear tho wind in tho chimney." Over the chimney the night wind Bang, And chanted a melody no one knew; And tho man, mb 1m* sal on liis heartn below, Haiti to himself, "It will utind.v snow, And fuel iH dear and wage# low, And I'll stop the leak in the chimney. Over the chimney tho night wind sang And chanted a melody no one knew; But the poet listened and smiled, for he Was man, and a woman, and child, all three, And s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 October 1888

Kf. m: f A® Rfe- mfa timf* tf h-1" . W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, 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. To Our SubHcribcrn. Wo have boon furnishing the "J. W. I., Athena, Tex., To Chi- j cngo Express. Wo are very well _ organized in this county, and have '.. " " "V i * n Tp out a full eounty ticket, except \ Monitor to thf 8™* >">k of ° r county attorney. The) pettifoggers; nubscribers to be paid for this tall. >. in this county all cling to the g. o.! The expense of publishing the; The U. L. Party of Wood coun- ty found itself in the same dilein- paper during the long hot dull j months of the summer has been1 quite heavv and has run us into ma, but determining on a straight debt. The mothly expense of and full ticket, a young man of j publishing the Monitor exceeds • i -lie one...

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

rrrKwr1" W. ,' .V i SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One Copy, Ono lear $1.50 One Copy, Six Mouths 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. H VOL. XII. Advertising Rates made knolvjf on application. JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY, NO. 6 professional cards. Turn on the Calcium, Where and by Whom the i ?rW'd awa*'.UUVC1: \°joiu againj; Yir?,Vtte- . I but alter getting ml, by alleged 1 he majority Secret Military-Po- disbandinent, of curtain "com- the counnittcc i HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, MlXKOLA, TkXAB. 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 e. m. hicks. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys aiid Counsellors at-Law iitical Order oi' Bosses was Tij" stitntetf. MINEOLA. TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1888. ED. MURRIET" The leader in Quality of Groceries disbanded and the rituals and other | Sam Evans, candidate for C011- hooks hurnod. Some of them were j gress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1888

PH A the pro "Jt eago j orpnil out \ count in t)i! 1>" k Th| tv foj ma, 1 and thcii conn ncvOi life.. tliiHji u nil priili A F Rich* St. li (iej ino 'up eat in (>l'tll( pi!! | lobulC til 10II (lliillf boiiijj bowi it H(>[| torci It! tlio witltf friuL tho 1 25 <•< over# Fj. veil S' out ■fist loll: U CI g<S. i nifu I. ut I'.-fU mot <i a tnl\ for 1 be, L foil# hnvi thcii lica< liroa (Ml elen l<> a the F\VO> in] «t<i 10 A VAST l 'OX<;NEGATION. Brooklyn's Divine on Something Vivid as Well as Unique. ' to (lie good, luit fiiaclimtliiK to tlic Th B- v. Ta magi fip< alts of God'i Intricate Scrutiny at ths A.bum of Man's Counten- ance-Satan Ha> Of.imns Endeavored to Transfoim a Lik-n-s . of a Saintly Photo- graph Into Ono of Hs Z-uilth Clan, But His Satanic'# Cravings Were B.ocked at Each Point, Eic. Brooklyn, Oct. 29.—'The Rev. T. DcVVItt Talma^e, D. I)., preached at the Taberuaclc thla mornlni;. A vast congregation attended the service. The past...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1888

rVK. ' ■ T l." If' 7 y"™?~ <r**; iWypa. \ I FARM AND HOME. Fall Wdrlc. By attending to n great many affairs on the (arm at this time' of tho year, the farmer will bo able to save himself much trouble when spring comes. At that time, of course, the work will bo of the most pressing nature anil many important things will have to Do left undone if not completed before tho busy season commences. Now is a good time to do all the cleaning-up work about the farm, and also, before the extremely cold weath- er commences, to make everything convenient for food in™, handling stock, etc. The corn should now all be gath- ered and stored away and a good sup- ply of feed secured near the stables and feeding yards. Considerable fence repairing can bo done to great advantage now, and this will save a great deal of trouble, an- noyance and loss next year by cattle 'breakiug through and damaging the standing crops. It is also advisable 011 heavy lands to do as much plowing during the Winter as poss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1888

li y i ! If f f 11 I ■ i 1' W ■ ■ -"PPiP nr- -y, _- - Is li an IUefkl Ballot? THE MIlEOll WEEKLY MONITOR. PUBLIHIIKD EVERY SATURDAY BY W. B. T15AOARDEN. Saturday, Nov. 3,1888. Entered at the pout office as second- class matter. Tli« Eve of tlm Hnttlo. This is the last issue of the Mon- itoh until alter the clcetion. Its course has been bold, fearless and truthful. Not a line has eycr ap- peared in its editorial columns per- taining to the political issues be- fore the people which has been or could be refuted. We have made it the special mission of the Moni- tok to meet and combat error, and to search for the truth and hold it up before the people, and right well have we performed our duty. The enemy has threatened and buldozcd and boycotted and fretted * and fumed, hut we have pursued the even tenor of our way undis- turbed by the empty and contempt- ible opposition arrayed against us. Now the duty the Monitor lias performed during the heat and dust of the campaign shifts to the sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1888

■ %*; THE MINEQLA WEEKLY MONITOR, City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MINEOLA LOnGE, No. MW, A. F. & A. M., will hold a BtRtcil communication at Ma- sonic Hull on WednetcUy, Nov. 21 it, at 7:ilO p. in. VlnltluK brothreu are fraternally Invited. J. F. McDamiil, W. M. K. M. Aiimdtkonu, Act'g Sec. KNIOIIT OF PYTHIAS. MINKOI.A LODGE, No. 25, meets 0very Tuesday evening, Monitor building. F. 1*. IlAMII.L, C. c. K. H. BKI ce, K. K. & S. I. O. 0. F. MINEOLA LODGE. No. 243, I. O. O. F., mods iirut und tliird Moudav nighty in each month. W. T. l'EUWOKTH, N. G. J. h. Newhom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st ami 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and H p. m. Sunday Hcliool every Sunday at !i a. in. J. L. Hohson, Pastor. | _ Kaptist—Preaching every 2u<l and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. m. and s p. m. Sundav school evcrv Sunday ut 'j a. iu. En. Monitor : On entering the battle of Trafalgar Lord Nelson signaled to his fleet by a pennant on the masthead of his flagship in- scrib...

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

' ■ tow F':- — —"--TT-r- .'>■ ■•" ' - fSr. f 1- • i: k£; B Tne Mlneola Weekly Monitor rDBLUHKO evert satuedat >T CATS ft TEAO ARDBN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK: One Copy, On* Tear 11.80 One Copy, Six Month* 70 One Copy, Four Months 60 Vntored Ml the poetoffloe m leoond nutter. CHINESE KESTRICTION LAW. Another Decision Under the New Law. It Was a Close Call. Tacoma, W. T., Oct. 26.—Twenty more Chinamen came down from Alas- ka on tho steamer Aucon on her last trip. They had gone there from Asto. ria to work in the canneries there. The Aucon coming down went straight to Port Townsend, not touching lit Victo- ria as usual, to avoid any troublo in re- gard to their landing here. Collector of Customs Brooks, however, refused to allow them to laud because they had sailed through British waters in reach- ing here. A writ of habeas corpus was sued out here, and while it was pend- ing the steamer Mexico arrived from San Francisco with six Chinamen, the steamer having stopped en route at Victori...

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

without having ilirst iuii <m • ><= other. To summarize: Our Aim rican fibre lias increased its product of its .rival uecitaso one-third. It *:ias « i- Harged its dominion in the old centers of population, supplunliiig flax and wool and it peeps l'rora the satchel of every business and religious evangelist , that trots the globe. In throe ycprg ' ®J)e Atneriean crop has increased 1,- W0,000 bales, and yet there >s less cot- ton in the world to-day than nt any time for twenty years. [Loud ap- plause.] The dominion of our king is estab- lished. This princely revenue is as- sured, not for a year, but for all time. It is the heritage'that God gave lis when he archod our skies, established our mountains, girt us about with the ocean, tempered the sunshine and measured the rain. Ours, and our children's, forever, Not alone in cotton, but in iron doe* the south excel. The Hon. Ex. Norton, who honors this platform with his presence, once said to me: "An Eng- lishman of the highe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 3 November 1888

lie Im I 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. Tim Monitor's I'redict ion. For tliu bencli of tlx: deluded In a speech at Sulphur Springs on the SOtli, Marion Martin denied oi the deluded t|iat j|0 jKUj asHjHted in giving folio v. cioi the ' nion hahor party away the puhffc lands of the State who are led to helievo that their i, nominees wi" in tin carry Wood county next election, >i conclu.sivuly demonstrate while a servant of the peopl6 some years ago. How doeij this dupli c- wo puhlish | ity sound to the people of Wood county, who saw him two years ago at Mineola, stand up before that the Union Labor party candi- them and acknowledge his full date stands no more show in the 8jltt|.0 0f that business, and who approaching election than the tra-'hoar(j ]li...

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