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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: 'One Copy, Ona Yoar $1.50 ' One Copy, Six Months 75 )ne Copy,Four Months ;.. .50 ^Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Ivertising Rates made known on application. !0B PRINTING A SPECIALTY, VOL. XII. PROFESSION AL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Tkxas. Offers his professional services to the people <>f Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888. PRESIDENTIAL, ELECTION. , For Future Reference. NO. 7 I Opinions W. M. gii-ks K. M. HICKS. GILES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — and — i Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. and Miscellaneous Matter. The New York World puts the Democratic majority in the next congress at less than ten, while the Mail ami Express of this afternoon claims a republican majority of 10. out andl"paSte ithTyour political When the dispatches from New York indicated Harrison's election the Union Laborites ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

Ci m M fo J • M AN El'LOGISTIC DISCOIRSL Tho Laudatory Sayings of Rev. Talmage. R« Compares Anoient Politics With the Crookedness of Modttrn Timns-Th* Billot- Box is Brought Forth in a Thrilling De- scription as 10 the Final Fates of the Gov- ernment of Old, as Well as That of tho Pre- sent Day. Brooklyn, November 4.—At tho Taber- nacle this morning the Iter. T. Do Witt Tal- miiL'e, D. D.t expounded some pntauges of Hcrlpture about ancient politics, JIo gave out the hymn: Arm of tlieLoril, nwitlcn, awake, l'ui on thy atrcUKtli, tin: nullum uliiiki'." The doctor's text was: "Two cubits and a half was the length of it, and a cubit and a half the breadth of It, and a cubit and a halt the height of it."—Exodus !>7: 1. He said: l.ook at It—the sacred cheat of the ancleiite. ]t woe about flvo feet long, three feet wide, auil three feet high. It wu9 within and out of pure gold. On the top of It stood two angels facing each other with outspread wings. In that sacred box wua the law, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

wem ker, to oaril >oat, out yoiuj OQ| th« tak« witb i> At' '■"2 out th« inn. uls uier to \ ipt hii in. riiii t lie :ir- >w, 21 ill A id. at not the las li >'j for nil a us. lea >n- .ml lo- al y. I'd *y a Jll id il at \ ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS* J.'ru'. 'cluvnlliii titsruisea the I'niiil- blliiy „I itciutIt|tig die North l ole. j^.t I might say, in a preliminary way, that I am opposed to all uxpeditious or undertakings whoso only object is sim- ply the reaching of the north. geo- j graph cal Polo, or even those that "count it as their main object. It—the North Pole—is of no more importance in a scientific sense llian any other point ou the surface of the globe and of far less importance in other useful bearings. Its attractiveness to ndven- I mom spirits grew out of the fact that in exploration in search of a northeast and northwest passage to round the world and reach Cathay and India, the northern co-ordinate, or the direction towards the Polo, was the most difli- cnlt to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

• ' 1, 1 ci in foj 5 '■W-W-Wi J / \ 7 / .1 THE MIMEDLt WEEKLY MONITOR1 I'ljHI.IMII.1) KV1JKY HATL'ltlJAV BY W. H. TKAOARDEN. Saturday, Nov. 10,1888. Entered at tlio post office as second- class matter. Fahk you we Gazette. inv Mary Ann.— Tiik larifl' is a tax still. No election returns can cliango that fact.—Gazette. Mil. IIkwktt's vaulting ambition, it seems, lias defeated tariff reform for (50,00(1,000 people, him.— Gazette. Bill Farmer was counted out ngain. What are you going to do about it, Videttes? Carry the news to naG-tuP'mun (Gen. Pulnum; and let him order the mic'Hader' (comrades) out, Gen. Farmer has been counted out again. You have tried the ballot box and failed, next in order, \ idcttes, according to your threats will be the "cartridge box"—trot il out. TilH Union Labot party is ior- ever dead in Texas, the only ques- tion now to he answered in regard to the thing is, under what name will it be resurrected two years hence. Mi:. TL S. Fu;tcim:i! retired from the editor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

J City Directory. LODGES, MASONIC. ■\yf 1NKOLA LODQB. No. 502, A. H. h A. M., JyJL will hoM n Htntod rnimmilili'ittlnii nt Ma- touic Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 21M, at 7:.1U p. in. Viattlug brethren arc fraternally Invited. 1. r. Mi'Daniri., W. M. K. M. Ahmsthong, Act's Sec. KNIGHT OK PYTHIAS. MINKOLA LODUK, No. 'Jo, meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. r. i'. iiamim., o. c. It. II. BttVCF, K. It. & 8. I. o. o. r. The Xon-Partisnii, Union La- bor, VIdcttc Party Com- pletely Routed. THK ukmockatic MAJORITY I.AlttlKIt THAN RXPROTEl), Owing to the unfavorable weather No complete statement can be made of the result in the State, and it may bo a week before all counties are heard from fully, but enough is known to show that the Democratic majority in the State will cxcccil that of 1884 by thou- sands. Democratic gains come from all quarters except a very few localities. All the Democratic Congressmen are re elected by in- Minkola lodge, No. m i. o o f„ returns from the precinc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

<T" ! J 1 iff l\< fo off Im M ; i ,! r TT"**' L s Tne Mineola Weekly Monitor CATTLE MARKET. FCBLISUED EVERT SATCRDAT BT CATE St TEAGARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Year 11.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months SO Bntered at the postofllce as second <tlass nutter. A Primitive lilaikr*Ij\ Hull in .W\v Vork Sim. 1 visited un eating house iri ISor- fin wliit'li for ftriiiiitivoiikhh in rather uheail ofiinylhing else I liitve wciiiu the world. The ilium# table con- wisted of a log iii which eighteen cavities appeared at. regular inter- vals. Kuch cavity wan about tho size of a lurgeBOiip bowl, and fastened near every one wan a l iy iron spoon attached to llie Ion' by an iron chain. The method of dining wan neither complicated nor prolonged. A table d'hote diiiuer consisting of one course, wliicli by the way. was tiie only dinner served in the house cost live piennigs—aboul one ccnt and ii (|uart.cr of our coin. The diner enters uini plunks down his money befo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

x w CHICAGO USURERS. 1'uiuiu! l.ccctiov Wlio Uva by IIIopJ- inn flu* Uiifortiinul*. 'lho iron-clad clamo of lltesa clmt- tol inort^tiges praclioiilly Kurrciulors tlio poor debtor lo Hid morcy of the nian to wiioiii ho is indubtud. it simply "'lows the creditor lo retain jtossuss on of his cliuttols itnd eiijok' tho smrw un- til tlof:iti 11 is hintlu in lho paviutuit of the interest 11 oil's or installment.-* or until the iiioitL'agoH "slinil feel inse- cure or unsafe or fear diminution, ro- moval or waste of said property;'' or "if any writ or distress warrant shall bo levied on said chattels," then all of the interest, notes and installments "shall, at the option of the mortga- gee," without notice to an.one, "be- couie at once duo and payable," and tho morljrnjreo is to exercise tho ri^lit or take immediate possession of said property, and lor thai purpose lias the power to enter the premises of the debtor without anf process of law.and with force, if necessary, and "lake possessi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 10 November 1888

I r t; i i IS |- 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. A Simple Arriiiitfuiiteiit. Partyisiii. Caller—I wish to sec the lady of It is an affectation of some unco- the lioiiHf patriotic people to revile partyism Bridget-—Vis, nor; Oi'ni her. ' and "party dictation." It is safe "Are you the head of the j to ay that 75 percent, of these house?" gentle spirits are men who have uvi'u u, ' ' cither failed to dictate the action I Ipj l| i j t . "Um—er— you arc a servant their party, or have experienced here, are you not?" 111 <!luU1K° of und ™solved 0111 "Vis, sor, hut (>i'in the boss all | ulllliatioii with the other party via, thosan.e, 1. V/. see, it's this | th« muBivnmp route. A mugwump . way. Tin „,a.,ii-r nominates 1.1s or "independent" is simply a pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

JJBMS mf A \ rV . D."7 jHrUA sm SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Ona Year fl.6© One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1888. r —" Advertising Rates made known on application. JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. NO. 8 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minkola, Tkxas. 0flora his professional services to the people <ii' Wood und surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tvler. MELTED GOLD POURED THEIR THROATS. DOWN \V. M. UII.kh E. M. HICKS. CSLES & HICKS, Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. B. B. I1A11T. JNO. T. CllADDOCji. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the fcstate and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tvler. From a Cuuta lliea LeUer. From the immemorial theThalmancas have he,en considered the most warlike and unma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

i. I r I I • .< § 1 V l j I If i I k: I 1 I i I I i i . ..oiVIPH. IIY I . II. Ah, 1 rlum{ill lii-.-. not in t!i«' u! wa win, The klti'.'dui.m-. i j* 1 in* 1tviistnvH \\i> i oh- <*ns, Or vutiquinhiM) 1 m s our |>ro\\v M wlio con 1W*. Not ihi'ougli thfirrlt.v tfutu* wo i'uht in As f*rov,iirtl nni<|ncrors! All tii*-• «* hrtfin Not \ igt'r.v. Tlii'.v nro h.ilit ami puor sui't • •iia*. J'i iill im t riiiii!jili i riitiniih which li< in-,-. Than Hilw. to bo nori'iiu through all lifo'w dill And war; in smallest things no Irs-, ilian grout; To keep all-lmv in Invi1 ami not in I nit i •, ill Jo.v und nol in foal', ami ho to nee Spontaneous obedience in the maio in heart ami mind of lurcesl liberty. Ami r-adncsH ami lri11inpluint victory ! j liicitt; to o.i: Jn- i i.ai.ii i.l. in.; din DeaconPitkin'sFarm ii v ii \ i: 1: 11:1 i:i la in i: -mu i. CIIACTKi! I. riianUsjiviiiK whs Impending in lliu vil- lage ol Mupletou on iin; ,.'«th oi Novem- ber, Ivj.'i. The (inventor's |iii '...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

ifpprp m n- j ■>■ POLLY IN A COUXT-ROOM. A I.earned lllrd MiiIion an In teres t- Injj WHiu nn It el ore a .Tintno. "Oli, I'm glad I'm here. I'm gliul, l'm—scat!" "Pin, that drunken man out, Mr. ISaiUl'," shouted Jud^o Law lor, weari- ly. "It's only Tom Sawyer," responded Mr. Xcaglo. "I don't earn the sneeze of a corpse who it is—put him out." ••But it's a parrot, your Honor." "Ali, there, my pretty!" sung out the -11 mo voice. The judge scratched ills nose roiloct- ivelv and awaited developments. An oilieor iiove in sight bearing a cage containing a dissipated-looking parrot. "Let me out." screamed the bird. "I'm Tom Sawier. You're a thief. You're a thief." "Order in court," cr ed the ball ill'. "Order yourself," rotorted polly. "I'm the cock of the walk. Ho, Tom." •'What crime lias this gentleman committed:'' i|uuricd his honor, point- ing to the lively bird. "He is here on a search warrant," replied Mr. Molt. "Mr. Sawyer, who is the original of the character in Mark Twain's fam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

.. W !•: j-.v a v „ .■ ;/ ; t § jfe. K Vi' 4 1 I ■« : - f # i: the MINEOU WEEKLY mbnit9r. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY W. n. TEAGARDEN. Saturday, Nov. 17,1888. Entered at tlm post office as second- class matter. The lust hoard from tho Wills Point Labor Organ man lie had abandoned journalism and gone on a hunt with a microscope for the fragments of his party. The exccHsivo jubilating of the Chronicle over the victory in Van Zandt, has a little the sound and enthusiasms attending an unex- pected triumph. Forecast of the Future Under Republican Admlnlntratloa. In Atascosa county the republi can electors received only 4 votes and Marion Martin only 31. In Zuvulla the republican electors re- ceived 22 votes and Marion Martin only one. McLennan county cast 228 votes for Fisk. This is the largest nuni berof votes cast for the prohibi- tion candidate by any county in the State that we have seen. It is very probable that B. H. Carroll's homo county will be the banner prohibition county of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

w ■f 1 THE MIIEOU IBM MIIITI1. f City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MINEOLA LODGE. NO. 502, A. P. & A. M., will bold a Mated communication at Ma- i Hall ou Wednesday, Not. 21 it, at 7:30 P. in. Vlritln* brethren are fraternally Invited. J. F. IIcDaniil, W. M. R. M. Armstrong, Act's Sec. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 2S, meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. _ . F. P. Hamill, C. C. R. H. Bruce, K. R. A 8. I. O. 0. F. INKOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. O. P., meets first and third Monday nights in month. W. T. Piiiworth, N. U. J. H. Newrom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and :ir«I Sun- days lit 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. ni. Sunday school every Sunday at !> a. m. J. L. Dorson, Pastor. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and ttli Sun- days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at I) a. m. The Irene Worrell Comedy Co. will hold the boards at Caspary's opera house Nov. 22. Don't fail to see this Company. Tubman-! —Wedding. On the eve of Nov. 14, a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

• • iH, . • Sul I: • ! ti i >:i The Mineoia Weekly Monitor PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY ST CATE ft TEAGARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Year..., One Copy, Six Months. One Copy, Four Montbi. • ••••« • • • • .11.50 . .75 . .CO Entered at the poatofflce aj aecond ilaaa matter. THE NEW YORK GIRL. On* of Hip "(irrnit'1 Oiicm Who Clitve n Dliiln III* Hue. The girl part of New York is grout Theru is every kind of girl tliero (hat ii:ts ever ueen made, could be; made. or would like to be made, mid :i few of tliein nt least uro somewhat cu- rious creatures. The average girl is generally please I nt tlio admiring glance bo.sowed upon her as she trips her high-heeled way up Broadway or l-'iftli avenue, according to lior business. Tho Fifth avenue walker usually tips her dainty none n ti'ille lusher at thi! glanc'j, but nuvnf- thuloss si little flutter of pleasure thrills through lior as she thinks—"anoth- er." Girls who niako a practice of walk- ing on Ilroadway until thuy are thor ough...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

THE HUMAN APPETITE. Subject Wlileli, Jliuii'xli Old, Will Xever I.o o It* liitereat. On llie whole, popular cookury lnt> stion;; likouess to popular poo try; is full of good ideas inipeifucll forked out, stus tlio London Suturd'nj 'evieiv. Who can s:iy, for example. Iiat mosturdu luiglil become if its /■fuits wero treated with a little niotu flire and personal consideration before Uiev were placed In the mustard? As j^is. there is a hint of a new lluvor ut it which iniiuan ingenuity has hitherto brought fully out. ltipo apes pickled iu vinegar, though ir merits are well known in Soutli- , Russia, have never received due cognition in Kngland. lint these are licacies rather than food. The lisli- nen all along the coast from (iaeta Naples have various ways of cuok- ; lisli which are unknown in tho eat hotels. Many of tlio-in are in- 'estinsc. and might be attract vn, but i the predominating ilnvor of garlic, esii sardines, crisply fr.ed in oil. are ite admirable outing, but the lisb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 17 November 1888

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. AN ANTI-SLANG SOCIETY. A curious case, says a London cable, lias just boon decided upon appeal in a Scottish court, a 1 rro1" "ur ,our""'- youriK woman brought an action of A lur«L' ""J"'"" of,s> I'°uie Kir,H metf . . . . ! one evenintf laHt week for the purpoHe of brew], of promise agamst a young for|nill., n ..Ltt<liuB. Anti-Klan* Society. 'nan who admit ted liaving been mooting Was called to order, and engaged to her. His defense was i Miss Sadie do Pork was elected presi- thnt she objected to his smoking dent. Heforo taking lier seat she said and finallv said : "Choose between 1' «•> . wel1 '"odu^ted voice: "Ueally, girls, I am too hailly rattled by tins honor conferred upon mo to urn* you milch of my gulf. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

iiippiiiil IMi , Ill ;a SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months .50 Liberal Discounts te Clubs. 9BB lU Advertising Rates made known on application.. _ • v.; *' JOB PBIITIIS iSPECIALn. vol. xn. mlneola, texas, saturday, november 24. 1888. jro. o PROFESSIONAL CARDS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - t - Law, Mineola, Texas. Offer* his professional secvicen to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties; Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at Tyler. A Huweroilt Letter. W. M. GILES k. m. HICKS. GILES & HICKS, Mtorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Real Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. b. b. hakt. 1v°- 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 Tvler. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, and NOTARY PUBLIC, MINEOLA, - - TEXAS. Office in the Denson building. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

■fe I THE hcV C.LATION, iiv i'ai't. ii. iia f.nk. ll"i culm, frank eyes wore over turned in truwiuil fashion on iiilnuuwii; No hliudow l'rom those lushes dark Across their •touilfast light wustliiovvuy 'Tivhb 1 who felt abashed when sho lltr smile unconscious Hushed on me. I thought tlio maiden's lieurt ivas cold, I drouiiind no love could harhor there;— When walking by the summer waves, A step stole on us unaware;— II rued to afle whut stranger came; She partly turned; her cheek was llitine! Her cheek was flame. h"r eyes, whose light Ne'er veiled to mine their splendors sweet Now shone like stars of e irlier night, Wlien sunset mid fair glnumltig moot; I) tied' that evermore for me Her hi art had slept- a mystery! DeaconTMisFari 11Y IIAIIIIII'.T IIKWIII.lt MTOWK. CIIAPTRIt III. Tlere Is no n oiuent of life, however •festive lliut does not involve the near |irc-e;ioe ot a |>nssllile tragedy. Wl.en the concert of life is playing the gayest mid •Irlest niuslo, it requires only the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

V 1 > v r H r 1 K> ! i i AN ESSAY ON "JIM JAMS." I'aiittW' a Til lit Threaten tile Home Article Irom rorelun llruln-Itat- tlera. Tlio reprehensible effrontery with which Messrs. Tarke & Pilford have ..^inserted in a conspicuous window of their uptown atore a placard brazenly announcing that a case of "New Dun- dee Jams" tuny be obtained within ^ommends itself to the Soc ety for the Suppression of V ce. The American variety of jams has hitherto been cou- considered satisfactory, and the intro- duction of a foreign species may justly be esteemed not only superfluous but direotly injurious to the home product. The uproarious and op idiau malady following too liberal an application of American red paint to the excited human interior is too well known to need description. The attack is us- ually ushered in by a large troop of powerful blue monkeys with a dark, spinal blush, who may be observed by the patient sitting at the font of the bed and watching for the pea-green mice and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 24 November 1888

• -•. ■ I fig ':i * | . L^. m n pupn • THE MIIEOU WEEKLY MOHTOI), ITHI.ISIIi:i> KVI'.UY HATCItlMV BT W. U. TEAOAIWEN. Saturday, Nov. 24,1888. Entered at the post office as second- class matter. Mj.NlSTKU It. B. PIUBIIAB!) will bo a quantity in the political prob- lem of Texas two years hence, and a considerable quantity, too. Let adventurers take notice of thin fact. Old Spoons Speaks. ,.r> ' ■ - ) V I The scandalous report that Bains county preferred Farmer to Kilgore turns out to be true.—Democrat and Reporter. Your informant was mistaken Bro. Hamilton, the people of Hains county did not prefer Farmer to Kilgore. If you don't apologize to the people of Rains county for the mistake it will never be safe for you to travel through that country without an escort. It is said that "hope springs eternal in the human breast," and we have never met with a better verification of that truth than the alacrity with which Bill Farmer toes the scratch as a candidate at each general electio...

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