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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1888

I&-. %Hjbscription~ price : $ne (Jtipy, Ona Year $1.50 ?ft'e Copy, Six Mouths 75 opj, Four Months 50 iVbern1! l)Usoaiit« to Clibs. VOJb. XII. MINEOLA. TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1888. / A O ^■ Advartising Rati) made known on application. JOS PRINTIIG A SrECULI iro.ia. PROFESSIONAL CA1DS. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Minkola, Texas. iherx hid professional services to the 5V)le of Wood and surrounding conn- s'. Will practice in all the courts of g State and the Federal court at Ter. U' . 'gIIjB8 k. m. hicks. GILES & HICKS, mtjfs and Counsellors at-Law — and — fecal Estate Office, klNEOLA, TEXAS. Si H; HAUT. J NO. T. CRADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. ijfectice in the District and inferior Mfirts of the State and the Supreme Sua Federal courts at Tvler. D. W. CROW, Attorney - at - Law, AND $i>TABY PUBLIC, MINKOLA, - - TEXAS, ftflicc in the frenson building. # ml it: n. Stafford, Attorney - at - Law, AND feeal Estate Agent, Mineola...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1888

'i ■' . '<« «^|SW^5I: ■•' ;f'' ■' <7 ^#3lfP^ '$Hp? ULAU UNTO THE LIGHT. I' ■ I' I' k IS II fe ■c/ f - Kk V; ; p P K ' &•' i' jl :i m- EI.I.A U. WOOD. Peeper and darker grown the pathway, father; Deeper and deeper lower the clouds to- night; Cloter and cloaer would I cling, my Father, Lead thy child onto the light.. Nearer and nearer comes tho tempest, Father; Louder and louder doe* the thunder roll; AH, all it dark and dreary, Father — Load thy child unto the goal. While all alone I struggle onward, Trying to climb tho mountain height; Plndl ing the way so rugged, Father, Load thy child unto tho light. Thou dost know the way, my Father; Thou canst make it all seem bright; Take mo in thy kindly keeping; Lead thy child unto tho light. t will trunt to thee, m.v Father, Ever to do what h juHt and right ; Knowing at last 'twill be all pouceful, When thy child can nee tho light. A Capital Charge. BY Wit AY 1.IMISAV. CIIAl'TEK 1. "So, do not tliunk me, I beg. Kvery efl'ort that 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1888

V J i .. V i i ¥ DEVOUT ESSENCE. The Basin of the Heart That Bubbles With Sin Is Transform- ed Into a Reservoir of Sacred- nessbythe Rev. Talmaga --"The Departed Still Living" His Text. < Our Beloved Departed are Costumed in the Most Brilliant of Holy Habiliments— They Shining With a Holy Lustre. Brooklyn, Dec., 9.—The Rev. T. DoWitt l'almago, I). D., preached to-duy on "Our Departed Still Living." His text whs Genesis ch. 45, v. 27 and 28: "And when he saw the wagon which Joseph had sent to carry him, the spirit of Jacob thoir father revived. And Israel said, It is enough; Joseph my son is yet alivo." Dr. Talmage said: The Egyptian capital was the focus of the world'8 wealth. In ships and barges, there had been brought to it from India frankin- cense, and cinnamon, and ivory, and diamonds; from the North, marble and iron; 'from Syria, purple and silk; from Greoee, some of the finest horses of tho world, and some of tho most brilliant chariots; and from all the earth that which c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1888

k" f I * . « tl I) II II, V " III !>l III N '•jA iT Hi 0 th <u i* ft ul <> l it wi. i);. lit 110 ile 'It, )>i 1 in' i'nt r i o • v. Ml li? frev l>h tin u.l 2 THE MIIEOU WEEKLY MOItTOIt. PUBI.IHIIKI) KVKRY HATUItDAY BY W. I . TKAOAItl>EN. Saturday, Dec. 15, 1888. Entered at the post office as second- d«M matter. .Tim Kurt Worth Gazette is out in her new holiday suit looking as bewitching as a bride. The Ga- tette ih getting a long way up to- ward the head of the class of Southern journals and merits well the place. Thk treatment that Rutherford B. Hays has received at the hands of the Republican party during the last eight years is nothing short of a confession of guilt by that party in the great case of the theft of the presidency in 1876. The new State capitol has been formally received. Statement of cost shows that it cost the contrac- tors $3,264,580, this being a frac- tion over one dollar per acre for tho 3,000,000 acres of land paid the syndicate for the b...

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

A I ■« If [ fha liiwittfwrifc M to m m tab' 4Mt at th >\\v u$m Itottia will b« a 1X3 lUnfc w fell xmim** .S (|*PK Wkvi fe.% & L HMNMMfe.to.tfc lr ft; Jrtwy «ira< y Mf^ranunjosL, inV.Su Mfr. \v. ft ttMftfe, :<ft MtWwata* <Mmi MlnSfrB lfek ^m\% m&m - 'm' ma- " .Af fe m m hUstfetttll Qw wMfc Itowtefoft*' haw to&n ve*$ MimtfMi \v«tt' ttewdu^ij 'Dim i«ltelWllte'WWI«i6 M& ww <M\ ul> ikMwhttml: my jwiwwwhM will) ¥& fevHw wassttfftwfc wtotj &mt« wattMwt tite t*)itttttitttt idfe um H\v. Manila* M*it$ ftltmvaf pj«9 i WH#> ttHtftK III* m \mm Mil Ite tawvm to tfivwt wwii M all' Mil) fa *«-- [fliww Hv wwlttifc titerowlm Hfclll* §H>tetesVto\ift&=# £N* |W%. & vm. \m& # M M ftml pwfwllflgH jflftttflltilMife* 8A ' vm ftft^wAUtwueidi lew«8l iMtpiv i&ati == • =■ fetfmte to I m to* Mate# mifc MHte to to trhrisimatt- uk&ltii UMUU' 1 v.'Ti i* rtiu 9 • iiiwim tiHcaia I mi ..... w#Ipnip IkiesitL XUXUlViiUU.^Ut^ IktAX. 4lUUa WAkil \ML jEnel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 15 December 1888

M 1 ./* j ; 1 s , i Tbe Mlneola Weekly Monitor PUBLIMIKD KVKKT SATURDAY IT CATB ft TEAGARDEN. zr=~. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: WASHINGTON NEWS. One Copy, Om Year One Copy, Six Months One Copy, Four Months... ..•1.50 .. .78 .. .00 Entered at the postoffico ^lui matter. second CONDENSED STATE NEWS. Mexiii—Loral option was defeated in this county by 700 majority. Colorado City—Clay Taylor, held for horsestealing, broke jail hero to-day. Dodds—Arthur Taylor, an Arkansas boy, was arrested for [)istol carrying to-day. Ladonia—'Tho Ladies' Aid society is doing a wonderful work in this town. Cotton coining in rapidly. Arlington—Terrell Collins was in- jured seriously by having his horse fall under hiin. ' Weathorford— Tom Anglin was placed under $1500 bond to-day for al- leged rape. Shrcvcport—Tho fair cdiroctors or- ganized to-day and the deficit in this year's receipts was subscribed by a cash payment for stock. Sulphur Springs—Fifteen dice throw- ers were acquitted to-day before a jury because ...

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

7 r: SWSSWiP 5 m «3i i¥l> if ii CURRENT EVENTS One rymnd of seed will yield about 10,030 asparagus stalks, Lundou'a paupein the necond week of Octo- )_f bcr numbered 93,54"i, It ousts $|,2in),uoo per aunuiu to keep the streets of Parte clean, W kcllelj ban u millionaire who sleeps In the barn Willi his liorso. A parliament was hell In Edinburgh Scot- land, by A exunder II., In 131'). In the Sandwich Islands the mitlv, pnlnt their faces and knock out their front teeth In UMUrilllig for I heir friends. The Arctic whaling season for 1SS8 Is about over. Tlio catch this year Is reported at im whuli'S, acalust '-i93 lust year. At. last accounts there were no fewer than I.G4S iiewspancrs and periodicals published In 1 '.it-is. Of this number Freemasonry claimed •-'4. (.'opper ahoHthlna was first Hiipllnd tn tlm bottom of vvsselu In 17(11, when the Emrhuli naval vessel Alarm was so sheathed at Wool which. 'llie llrst pitent ever Issued In Ame.-lca was given 1o Samuel Hopkins, of I'lli a ...

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

• CI W:\ V' THE ctaice if I Lifetime to tan GOODS AT * J - A - CASPARY and *dl! a^wifc fam BOW UUtil lUMUU? Wil, ftygftHfeHW ef HBSt Hf Iii« atuuk infuli aud ttuu^Hk k mwj iepftftattimt, twrtiri&ifc iff Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot#, SHoes, H ^ Caps, Gents Fufni§Hit^ Ck#A, Drafts goods* Ails® a eamtftefcs tim ©f s&^tk &id Fancy Groceries* Tdifteees, E$eH 'W «w jwwdtJ ftfp f F sain, tthd tfitl fee oftM ftf p'\m ifoti *#*W will if! $10 1 MW8 fFtftfli .ftHil iflPW,, IwHtflM Mi lit* w«4 fevwiiMe niwMi&tftHww and omMlv wimM1- U The Attention ot tiu Lodhs H.thi* Mil mr*M' mmailX aHed ft, vmwi ppfflppwfiMM . Kress flews, and w«if iiii'iiiiiiit i Iiivciui I! iff WrnUi .fciife %«ml Wwte, IwJf Mint's fiiiil sfi^ts M flttt .. T, if jwtotMi&Fty ffiwM to «tio ewnpfete tow w feAmp hats, kMH^, mmm, mwm, mm*; pm ouum% m An tfcprt R*tHF l hFHthi-F of John fop vpfpFHH }mlilMan of fiRHlwdi \t (•<■, sheaFt-F Mid mm ftbRHt- this fMiwittt $HPpfltond: Hp in jwmgtF than Mr, fop fc Hw bf...

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

I X < Advertising Rates made known on application. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Ond Year $1.60 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Month* 50 Liberal DUeouuto t Clubs. !0B PRINTI16 A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINEOLA. TEXAS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22 1888. NO. 18. I I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "Is This a Christian Country.' HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, M IN KOLA, TEXAS. I Offers his professional services to th ' people of Wood and surrounding coun- t ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State and the Federal court at i Tyler. M m i' S 1i I\V. M. GII.R8 k. m. hicks. |j 'im GILES & HICKS, f Attorneys and Counsellors at-Law — AND — Heal Estate Office, MINEOLA, TEXAS. It. ]J. 11AHT. J NO. T. CKADDOCK. HART & CltADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineoi.a, Tkxas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tvler. D. W. CIIOW, Attorney - at - Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, MINEOLA, - - TEXAS. Office in the Denson building. En. Monito...

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

§>' I'V I f OUR GUiDE. r. w. "Thou Shalt Kiiidu uut witli thy counsel, and uflorwurdK reueivo uw tj giory."— , Psalm 73:1M. Bo thou our guide. our Khlold, our str.y, Whilo ills and foe* bowl our wuy; Ho thou our bright uud rnuriiliif? huti. Our peuco and rest when day Is doiio. In durkost night or miiinu:day. How 6.cut to know (iod loads tin; way. 1Jo thou our shlold in conlllct'H hour, Our Hiiro defense, our mighty tower; And when wo Hink bofor<! tho mtn, Hold tliou us up, lor us prevail; So shall wo rest, wliato or ihv will, Siuoo thou do t whisper, "i'ouco, bo still." And when tho dark clouds of doubts uriso, Aud ulmout voil our hummer skies, Hro jk through tho uiist, tho clouds dispel, And reasuro our hearts •' 'tis well For clouds and darkness fliul no place When thine own self pervades all space. Abldo with us, oh Holy One I And leuve us not, though time bo done; But us we pass through Jordan's llood, Thy promise verify, dear Lord- That when through Jordan we shall go, I...

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

V v/ rrrvrr- !fl —r ' ^■'" 1 1 >1 « I v_ .vi ivi f 'C> Utou^u I BY ANNA M. Pit ATT. } *5Vjh lJ r hunt pi i V>xuuber, anu Tommy w« trying T mYiwl vfiiie nw;;!re white the Old Year wm Cyinp; I'ut his eyes loll to winUliip, and lost ho thoiild flo-o, rtuitthom n uiouion;. io gain that repose Wilful dud of body, important to keep ■"tonight, wtiem watching whilo other bays olooi*. Niw Tommy was not a courageous young cfeu>, And lit* lir.ir stood on end us he heard a loud rap <* a picture, and saw coming right through the frftino A ftwtRstio procession of blind folk and' lama. They to his side, and poor Tom stood .<#hasi., Am ho hoard thorn exclaim, 'Wo have found you at last! We re the year's resolutions—you thought \n> were good Wht n you made us and left us to grow as wo could, And 'tis right you should know 'tis entire- ly your fnult Thnt wo stoop, lire one sided, and withered and halt." "Yes," raid one who was cross-eyed, "I'm fast growing blind Because you've of...

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

M •f i 'te i 1 is ■■ w \ THE MIKEOLi WEEKLY MONITOR. publisher every saturday by W. II. TKAGARDEV. Saturday, Dcc. 22, 1888. Entered at the pout office an uecouJ- class matter. There are nearly twenty contests filed to seats in the next house of representatives. At Palestine on December 12th, W. D. Young was put on trial for the murder of Chris Itodgcrs on the 27th of July last. On the 13th at 0:30 o'clock the jury rendored a verdict of not guilty. On January 5th n convention will be held in Dallas to consider the question of securing a better road law and better roads for the whole State. Who will represent Wood county in that meeting? Dallas people are getting quite a reputation for the skillful manage- ment of their ministerial investiga tions and for the amplitude and dazzling brilliancy of their saccrdo tal white coatings. The first thing in order after the election of a president is to rake up the geneology of both branches of the royal family, and a town so unfortunate; as to ...

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

w jf jspi-■' \ 9) I w i ') -'■'WM' > 9 THE M1NE0LA WEEKLY MONITOR. City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MIN'KOLA I.ODGK, No. 502, A. F. & A. M., will hold a stated communication at Ma- i Hall on Wednesday .Ian. liith, at 7:30 |h in. VUitiiiK hrethrcu are fraternally invited. J. F. IfcDaniei., W. M. R. M. Armstrong, Act'k See. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. IB, meets crery Tueeday evening, Monitor building. F. I'. HAMILI., C. 0. K. U. IlRl'ck, K. R. & S. i. 0. o. f. MINK0I.A LODGE, No. 243, I. O. O. F„ meets first and third Monday nights in each month. yt. T. I'KBWUKTII, N. G. J. H. Nkwiom, Secretary. CHURCHKS. Mr.TtionisT— PrcaehiiiR every 1st and 3rd Sim- Aays at II o'clock a. m. and S p. in. Sunday adhool every Sunday a. in. J. L. Dordon, Pustor. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at a. m. A merry Christmas to all. R. S. Brock's Palace Saloon for fine liquors.,. 12-4t. The Monitor wishes for each and all o...

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

t Mi 'mr ijflv m i ; i w K H ' I { < 1 T&e Iflneola Weekly Monitor PUBLISHED IVEBT IATDRDAT BT CATE ft TEAQARDEH. bUBSCB1PTION PB1CJC: One Copy, On Year I1.M One Copy, .Six llontha 75 One Cop/, Four Month* M TRIPLES BY TELEQRAPH. Duboqijk, lo., Deo. 17.—A son of Patrick Welsh, of Tabicmound, was caught In the tumbling rod of a thrash- ing machine to-day and fatally injured. Shawnertoww, 111., Dec. 17.—A tree which had partly burned fell upon William Laman yesterday, six miles west of this place,killing him instantly. Fkrdon'a, Kan., Dee. 17.—The Com mc:cial Hotel, corner of Main and Market streets, was totally destroyed by fire about 7 o'clock this morning with nearly all its furniture. Nbw Yokk, Doe. 17.—Frank J. Liv ingston, aged 10, an apprnntice on the United states training ship Minnesota, fell ov<rb/ard this nioinn; and was drowned, llis body was recovered. Tkxarkana, Auk., Dec. 17.—The trial of the Cotton licit train robber. W. L. Brock, who turned state's evi- denc...

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

I- v4 fa kj s * SUCH A LITTLE ONE. The Totof Humanity Recently Born In Burlington, N. J. Burlington believes it lias the tiniest «peclc of humanity in existence, says the Philadelphia Press. The protege of the Quaker town on the Delaware river is little Joseph Lippincott. who weighs less thttu two pounds. When this di- minutive oiti/.en puts his thumb in his mouth, a bud liahit ho has recently ac- quired. lie holds to view the smallest of human hands, perhaps, over seen. The. for*•linger is a* thick as a pigeon quiU and only an inch in length. In [ fact, an ordinary shoe oyelel would j serve him as a linger ring. When this liiipuliau Jerseyinan ' stretches himself, which lie often does, I he only measures fourteen inches from tho soles of his little feet to tho top of his auburn-crowned palo. The other day the boy was placed in his father's derby hat and ho weighed less than two pounds with all "fixings" on. He lias be.'ii nearly three months acquiring all this avoirdupois and lias ...

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

mm T" THE chance of a Lifetime to boy GOODS AT T"OITR OWN PRICE I ■V V o El 1 p r J - A - CASPARY Jlas abandoned all idea of profit for the present season and will sell goods from now until January 1st, 188*.), regardless of cost or consequences. His stock is full and complete in every department, consisting of B&-' Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gents Furnishing Goods, Di -ess goods. Also a complete line of staple and Fancy Groceries, Tobaccos. Etc,, Etc. These goods are for sale, and they will be offered at prices that will sell them. Everything in the house is fresh and new, bought under the most favorable circumstances and carefully selected. The Attention of the Ladies Is especially called to ths magnificent line of fine Wraps, Silks, Satins, Velvets, Worsted, comprising all the most fashionable styles and shades of fine Dress Goods, and their attention is particularly directed to the complete line of LADIES HATS, LACES, RIBBONS, GLOVES, HOSERY, FINE CORSETS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

> Advertising Rate* SCRIFTION PRICE .* made known on application py, Ono Year $1.50 py, Six Mouths 75 py, Four Mouths 50 1 Discounts to Clubs. IOL. XII. MINEQLA, TEXAS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1889. NO. 14:. SESSIONAL CARDS. [HORACE M. CATE, torney - at - Law, Mineola, Tkxas. I liis professional services to tli i>f Wood and surrounding cou; Vili practice in ail the courts 4 ^te and tiie Federal court at 5 ■p> 3h.es, i;. m. ucks. ISLES & KICKS/ ys and Counsellors at-Law — and — leal Estate Office, JMINEOLA, TEXAS. JNO, T. CltADBOCK. tART & C1UDDOCK, fcoriicys - at - Law, 1 f Mineola, Texas. ice in the District and inferior fiof the State and the Supreme Jeral courts at Tvler. i MARRIAGE A FAILURE? rietimony on both sides—and Judg- ment Rendered.] The following beautiful poem, by /enry T. Stanton, poet laureate of Centucky, author of "The Moneyless ilan " and other poems, was written on the spur of the moment for a friend, and without thought of publication. The post Cap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

rtEAVENt.Y WATCHERS MAI V (.l:\NI MA.IOI'« IV 4! I- r j I 1 m i t si When the loved nf our hearts have gone home to their rout, In the mansions ubovo, where tho weary are bloat; Whore mid hearts tliiit know not what hap- piness meant, Vail their eyes from tho radiunco and nigh with content; Can thoy thoro, safoi encircled by strong iiriiiH nnd true, Look nt us us wo linger, and soo what we do) Will their Father who wipotli all tours from their oyoh, Lot them nolo all our wnnd'ringK and list to our sighs! Ah, ii' I'aul In his prison tlio angels might bless, So our loved ones ubovo long to sootho rour dist ress, And as linger wo still in our prison house hi re, They bring visions of heaven nnd happiaoss near. Methinks us wo shrink from ulllictlon's dread rod, Or doubt, in our anguish, tho love of our (Jod, Have we felt not, though knowing no vision or dream, That the I'eet of our loved have re-crossed the dark stream, And that by us thoro lingered u presence we know, While a peaeo, no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

r r- /■ < ~~f V V •', ■ ■■' "J .J JpWfr , -••'S^v.\-J*«*f A, ill I Rrue ■j\ ,'>7j i Th* TWt "I saw an amusing Incident early thU morning," said a policeman to a traveling- man. , "What was itl" "It occurred about half-past one in the morning. A certain gentleman got out of a hack and went up the steps of his residence. He hesitated a mlnuto and then pulled the doorbell. Presently* window opened up above sndawcmauout her toad out of it _ jgtkmt ymt, dmrl* be luoui-wt T "Yee," she replied. . "Lemme in," said be. . •-Bay truly ruraL" . "Toory looral." *' "You can't come In," she responded promptly, and shut the window down. Be waited a moment more and then got back Into the hack.—Merchant Traveler. Lot the Poor Husband. " Lo," said the Now England wife to her aboriginal spouse, " the larder is empty, 1 see, and we need another rug or two for the ground. Will you have the goodness to step to the door with your bow and arrow and bring down a buffalo!" "Ugh!" grunted the poor Indian...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

"~\-X iv. y'■ ' r i y ,a h f CHRISTMAS NIGHT. Description of One Six Hundred Years Ago. /it: t um pro buck into imagination Kotno «ix hundinil yuiirs. It in <'Iii'IhIimim nltflit. in evory town in Ktiropit tin belli* mi1 riiiH'ln/,' merrily, and tin.' pno pic, nolili- it ikI si in jil < ■ nlilic. arc Ktrcnm- iny toward tlio cliurcii or catlicdrul, «umli fiiiiiily or }jron|> prccccdwl l y it.- lantern boarcr. for street lights lint few and fur between. We will Hti)>po>c our- si Ivci in ChoHter, in Hoticn, in A'cronn, or in Seville tlm nanio and tin; place inntter little, the niediieval <'hrlHtnniri iisdifes from tie Kle\entli to tlic Si.<- t.e 'iiili Century bciny the saui" nil over Wi'.M'lerii Kurnpe. MntiuH have just, ended with the ••'i'e Drum." and there is n movement of oxpi etiition in I In* clnfrch and a mint I in of feet, for I) for • I he ceh br.it ion of muss we are to insist in the dramatic Ofllcer of the Miepherd-i. it 'hind and above the al- tar Is p...

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