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

llneoia Weekly Monitor •BED 1T1IT UTC1MI T CATE ft TEAGAROBN. SUBSCRIPTION PK1CI: py,On* Tear. II.M py, Six Months .75 py, Four Months M WASHINGTON NEWS. at the portoffic* m second 4ua mitUr. FOREIGN NEWS. |>on, Jan. 1.—To-day is tho sev tttli anniversary of Mr. Glad ( birthday, and, notwithstanding |ctice on the continent, scores of ind telegrams of congratulations but to Hawarden. Most of the bs express a wish for the early i of home rule. tated that furthnr papers ro- the Saekvillo all'air are about Jven out for publication by the t office. .'helps, United Statos minister, inain in London until some tune jio banquet, which will bo given eviction of delinquent tenants at lore, county Donegal, was coin- |d Wednesday. Troops and po- ire been ordered thither to us balill's and violent scenes are ed. b collected last night, marched Ih the streets of Belgrade to the |in consulate, where they shout- wwn with the Austrains," and ' the windows. They then visit- limber of residences occ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

( •—\ j v"i ' K ' [ V 9 n<"- .1 i k; ■'- ! . I .- }■■ r u. ' M v !< I * /* s i* ri I u THE HIIE8LI WEEKLY lOIITOl, City Directory. LODGES. masonic. UTINEOLA lodge, Ko. MI. A. T. A A. M., JVJL will hold a iMted rommaalratlou at Ma- •owe Hall on Wednesday Jan. 16th, at 7:10 m. m. VUltlng brethren are fraternally Invited. ^ j. r. mcDakibl, w. m. B. If. AaH«tb0m«, Act's Bee. KNIGHT Of PYTHIAH -J^INEOLA LOpGK. No. 2ft, meeti e?cry Tuesday evening, Monitor bnlldlnf. P. r. Kahili* c. c. B. H. nitvci, K. It. & 8. I. o. o. r. LODGK, No. MS, I. O. 0. T., _ meet* flrtt and third Monday night* In nrh month. W. T. FUWOBTU, n. 0. J. H. N*w*om, Be<'retary. MINKOLA J CHURCHES. 1I*thoi i«t—Preaching every lit andSrd Srni- 4ayi at 11 o'clock a. m. and I p. u. Sunday acnool every Sunday at * a. m. M. G. JENK1NH. Pastor. Baptist—Preaching days mt 11 a. m. and ft p. Sunday at * a. ■ . erery 2nd and Ith Bun- . Bi Hunday school every # I'. Capt. B. F. Pegues haa been on abuBiness trip to Dall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

1 h V I V J. ir ■y.-y ■ TOT +■' IH5 I H FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Why Hrrerilvjc Mow* Fatten. )st farmers have trouble in keop- Ireeding sows, in proper breeding Ition. This is especially true of iprovcd breeds that have! been for Rations trained to fatten easily and ro early. It is fortius reason that jss of full bred nialo oil a coarse- 61, large-bodied sow gives better Iciiy for general purposes than that which is thoroughbred. The native S<J\V does not fatten so easily, gives more and better milk, and produces a ••stronger litter of healthy pigs, besides ■being less likely to be feverish and kill or#fi them. Ko matter what- the breed, however, as soon as a sow is with pig she begins jjjmierally to lay on fat. This is partly due to the increased rations she wiil eat. She needs more to supply the in- fjOifeasori demand on her for the growing /foetus. Most of our hog growers feed tooJnerh corn to breeding sou's. It, is deficient in bone mat rial, and the pigs grown on it will be scraw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 5 January 1889

" ^ • 1 v1 — - ' _-r>T* 1T~" 1 \- r i 1 Vpf I ■ f ii r v 1 P h THE MIIEOLt WEEKLY MONITOR. rrmann) itery satcrday by W. B. TEAOARDEN. Saturday, Jan. 5, 1889. Entered at the post office m second- olase matter. "Our Inatltutlon* were Con •trueted In Purity of Purpose and Love for Hunialty. In its issue of two weeks ago the Port Worth South-West, in notic ing our article, in which we char- acterized one of its articles aa sample of the swill with which that political garbage cart supplies Its eager patrons," waxes exceed- ingly sarcastic. During the confu- sion of the holidays the paper was mislaid, and we will not attempt to quote its language. It is suffi- cient to say that the South-West admitted the correctness of the nqme we gave it, and stated that the Monitor man exhibited his highest intellectual capacity—that of animal instinct—seeking self preservation—when lie so aptly lo- cated the identity of the South- West. This is a frank but cer- tainly not a flattering admission, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

Advertising Rae* SUBSCRIFTION PRICE I made known on npplicatio ? One Copy, Ona \ear (1.50 One Copy, Six Montlm 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Dlfi*ouutn t* Clubs. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12,* 1889. V ./> I M ■' ■ 1 W;ii i < m m-', . i Mm I & I -&i; t% NO. 15. TABULAR STATEMENT Of the Assets, Expenditures and Indebtedness of Wood County, Texas, for the Quarter ending December 31st, 1888. JUBY FUND—FIBST CLASS. To amount iu hands of Treasurer beginning of quarter $ 994 0(1 " " received during quarter 459 15 By " paid out " " Ex. A 1090 01 " " to balance 303 20 To balance, cash on hand ltOAI) AM) BRIDGE Fl'ND—SECOND CAASS. liy amount due Treasurer beginning of quarter To " received during quarter By " paid out " •' Ex. B To " to balance By balance due Treasurer GENERAL COUNTY FUND- 1453 21 303 20 072 73 722 45 1395 18 -THIRD CLASS. To amount in hands of Treasurer beginning of quarter. " " received during quarter By " paid out " " Ex. C " " to bala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

' iTiTl i fti i> Wwiinr ii'i ... '4 A LOSl LOVEn. jamks wiiit' iimii ktl.i:v. Twus a Suminoi uko when ho 1«1 ft ii.e l.ere- A Suinm'-r of wniles with novur a tour, Till 1 said to him, ..itti a nob, iny dour - (iood-b.yo, my lover, >;oodbyo! For 1 loved him, oh. as the slur* love uitftit' Ami my checks for him flushed red and white When <1 i.'Bt iia called mo his heart's delimit - Ciood b.ve, my lover, jjood byu! The touch of bis hum! wus a thing; divino As he sat with mu in t.lie soft moonshine And drunk >if my loVous men drink wine— Clood bye, my lover, «ood byo! And never u ni^iit uh 1 knelt, in prayer, * Jn a kowii uh white uh our own souls weur, Hut in fancy the eutue and lie kissed mo there — Good bye, my lover, good bye! But now, oh Go'.l! wliut an empty ]>1hco My whole heart I*! Of the old embrace And the kis* I loved tiiorc lives no truce- Good-bye, my lovor, ifood-byo! He sailed not over the stormy sea; And he wont not down in the waves —not ho— But oil! lie ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

♦' —4- IMEW FADS IN FANS. .#*<' ii i J They Will Play an Important Part This Season. They toll n story of Wright Sanford which speaks eloquently of discern- ment in matters social. An intimate of tin* Into gonial clubman had a niece, a shy, pretty girl from the country, whom he wished to induct into tho place that might have been filled by a daughter, and whom lie took much pleasure In escorting to her lirst swell bull. "Xo use," said Sanford. "Slio don't like this sort of thing. Hotter send her home." • How do you know?" asked tho fond uneio. "She look* as if she were hav- ing ii good time." "Good times'" rejoined Sanford. Good time time? Look at lier fan." The white airy plume in question to tho keen eyes of the society man who could lead its language told a tale. Now it quivered with timidity, now it jerked to and fro with short, uneasy motions of embarrassment, now it brought itself up with a sharp turn be- wildered, and now it recovered itself and waved with conscious compos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

"TUMM MWfi - i—******* Tgr*jW m *? wg/Wfa.-ij? '"i" -;■' ' % ' ' .Y J ^ (V I ■ I as w lv ft if W. Jig ta* al. «*'. m m 'bfc d£ f «i t'5, 111/ f i Si it Mil hit fro * I tliU| no*. ftWft sny woe, K'ftrl for M 811 Ul recet Bit mini the 11 THE MIIEOU WEEKLY MOIITSt, Tariff Discussion In the Senate. rublimied imr Saturday it W. B. TKAGARDEN. Saturday, Jan. 12, 1889. Entered at the post office ft* second clftas matter. How. P. P. Alexander, of Hunt eounty, was elected speaker of the house without opposition. This was a well merited compliment to an 'efficient public servant and a wise selection by the house. Kansas gave Harrison 80,000 plurality. The Kansas farmer no doubt believes that the tariff taxes fatten his stock, fertilize his land, brightens his plow, and that his farm would blow away were it not held down by a mortgage.—Public (Neb). Mirror. President Cleveland's popular majority in the late election was abo«t 100,000, his majority of the white vote of the the country was over 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

i— ^WIS WtKXk m 1,1 '"""iprt "• ?* THE MM WEEKLY MBWT8R. City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. flNEOLA LODGE, Ho. HO, A. F. * A. M„ will hold • atated communication at Ma- : Hall on Wednesday Jan. 16th, at 7:30 Visaing brethren are fraternally Invited. J. F. HcDahiel, W. II. . B. II. Armstrong, Act'g See. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. INEOLA LODGE, No. 25, neeti every Tuesday evenln(, Monitor building. . y. p. Hakill, C. C. B. H. llRl'cr, K. K. & 8. I. O. 0. F. ["INEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. O. F., . meets tint and third Monday nights In t month. I W. T. Pebworth, N. G. i-H. Niwsom, Secretary. rffl CHURCHES. bthodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- i at 11 o'clock a. m. and S p. ni. Sunday ol every Sunday at 9 a. m. M. G. JENKINS. Pastor. Iammst—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- fs at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday Bchool every day at * a. n. Jr. Smith, of Wills Point, the Bular agent of the Chattanooga pdicine Co., paid us a pleasant on Friday. 3. Brock |e liquors. 'sjp; alace Saloon for 12-4t. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

Mir. " I 'V ' I; \ f !!- u T 0 «u bL^ n •? c«rt nlf o* l & The Mlneola Weekly Monitor PUBLISHED KTKKT liTCIDlT * CATB * TEAOARDEN. SUBSCRIPTION PE1CH: , One c*n. On Year 11.10 Ob* C*py, Six UoBtbs 7S One Copy, Four Months M Rn tared at tha poctofflM M MBond THE LEGISLATURE. Forecast of Ita Composition—Quest on* to Be Considered. Austin, Tex., Jan. 5.—Tho now legislature, which assembles in a few days, will be composed alniost entirely of now members, only twenty-two of the old members out of 10U in tin house, and but few of the senator- whoso terms expired, being returned There are four colored members and one white Republican—K. H. lienfro, elected tins session. Mr. Kenfro wa a candidate for congress in the Uio Grande district against Congressman Grain four years ago. A number of tho representatives are preparing railroad bills. One of them proposing a railway commission, wil probably be presented at an early date of the session. The question of rail- way legislation will doubt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

r ■!>-.■■ ■'•' ■ '^jpF ay*, • - v a ) iV^j^vV- k\- '^.vaSwf rt DE LESSEPS'S CANALS. The Notable Career of "the Grand Frenchman" In Diplomacy and Engineering'. His Remarkably Great Success at Suez and His Equally Great Fail- ure at Panama. A Work Which Has Already Co3t $230,- 000,000 and Yet Is Beally Little More Than Begun. With the resignation of Mr. Ferdinand de LessepB and the other officers of the mori- bund Panama canal company, says the New York Tribun*, a new era must begin in the work ol securing interoceanio transit for ships throug the American isthmus. Prac, tically, too, the active career of M. do Les- seps comes to an end—a career long and active beyond ordinary mortal compass and full of such picturesque as is seldom to be observed outside the page of romantic no- tion. His father, Count Mathieu do T.esseps, was bom ut Huyonne, and as he was equally well acquainted with the Spanish and French languages was sent by Napoleon I. to accompany Lucian Honaparte, his iirst...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 12 January 1889

i Mtt—in I'uniwi —-fr- ILl—IWM* WMMI 1W V. WELL GUARDED. Th« Foor-Pootea Guardian — 1 Story of Korthorn India. I It was just about the middle of the hottest day it. the " Hot season," of North- en. ludiu, and every tliiug was silout and lifeless as a desert. Not a breath of wind ttirrod the thick, heavy air, and the groat, bauuer-like leaves of the palm-trees drooped helpless- ly, as if they had not eveu strength enough left to quiver. Not a living thing was to be seen stirring in the little Hindoo village beside tho river; and the lontr, low, white house on tliu slope above it (ui which the Kiil'IisIi officer wiie had cbai'gc of the place lived with his fami- ly) lay as quiet mi an Egyptian tomb. But had ai.y mail happened to he stirrinK abroad just then upon the outskirts of the village, lie might have seen something that would have startled htm not u little. Beneuth the shade of an enormous ban- yan tree, which stood midway between the white house and the village, lay two tall, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

' I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, 0n3 Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal DisMuuto t Clubs. Advertising Rates ade known on application JOB PRINTING H SPECIALTY, VOL. XII. MINEOLA. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JANUARY 19, 1889. NO. 16. That Grud Army Speech. THE MEN OF THE ALAMO. That speech made by General Harrison before the Grand Aripy post on New Year night, the sa- lient points of which were given in yesterday's Star, has caused a good deal of talk among the poli- ticians of Indianapolis. The tri- bune correspondent gives a little version from that already published of the part refoaing to the question of a pure ballot. The paragraph which was decided by many of the veterans who heard the general, is said to be as follows: "I wish to say to you before parting with you, and I believe I can say it without ofiense to any Giand Ami} j xu«i foe<i « coiiutor-flrc w huit the Nwociitng man, that the parting leqliest I j iror Howie of tlie broken bluilo in there to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

GAUNLS.3 AND JOY, i I I | i X I 1 tho other fact t ing f "i? Mr. r*w> 1 s:it with open < 1' <#i*:> oho flay To greet tiiu j.iu'st that. (i.il would send; Joy entered, blyilio of Hto|i, und guy, Saying: "I come, tli.v long lost friend." •Ami all the dull and hmnolv place Crew splendid, lighted by her face. Hut while? her nalhinee filled the room, A darkness close behind her drew, A voice sighed inward I h rough the gloom : "Take Uer, O friend, but take tne, too! With Joy must Sadness onUjr in Always, her shadow and her twin." "Dear Joy," 1 said, "sit down with mo! Let us to-day siuit. SuiIiiims out, And prove how perfect lifi, can ho Apart from pain, rogrot und doubt." "Not so!" said Joy, "i can not bo, Without her, u true friend to thee. "For Joy in Suddess; but for her There were no depth witiiln my eyes, No power within my soul to stir Thy soul toward lofty destinies; Her tears have, made my vision clear; Her yearning lieurt. has led me here," So by the firelight, Dick...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

~r . ^ s. r. ' i* m ... -*;* x ' ' T" 'FT • • • ^y' f' /H OF HEAVEN. j Over the Enchanted by the Ho v. Talmage. ■ *-- Arsus a Doleful Sunday," the i Approbate Subject Discoursed by the Diviue. ...flor tl /. K$ Huookltn*, .Tan. 1!!.—T.'io Uov. T. Do Witt v;^'Tnlinutrc, I). D.. preached to-ilay oil "A Bright Sunday versus a Doleful Sunday." ' " ■ After expounding appropriate passages of ' Scripture ho guvo out Iho hymn: "Wc ouuie, swi'i't ila ■ of rust, That saw I lit* 1. ,r 1 ur ay." The text was: '"And call the Sabbath a v delight," Isaiah lviii, 13. Dr. Tulmago said: There is un element of gloom striking through all false religions. Paganism is a Tprood of horrors. The god of Confucius Irowun:! upon its vietims with blind fato. lonammedlsm promises nothing to those xhausted with sin in this world but an Mcternlty of tlio same passioual indulgences. MiBut Clod Intended that our religion should ffiiavo the grand characteristic ol' cheorful- U',vvis. St. l'aul struek the key-note when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

. ttSSi I !,/ 1 1 v * k fa in hi •1 v THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. rUBUBHEO KVERY SATURDAY BY W. II. TEACAItDEN. Saturday, Jan. 19, 1889. Entered at the post office an second- class matter. An RdiionM SuiTrnK«M«iiiittaii Aristocratic <Jovrruiu«iit— Simply h Itctulliifr and Writing Itcqiilrcmcnt 1h mi Unmnnly Subterfuge. i l i. <1 5 \ ; t ij ; V. AV mi to % 110 Hill Wl 111 wl 11 "V J O^r. I'll I di'i I fll It' Ml in! urn \ a lll( llll ns B\V Wl! ,s Ills fast tin" fin ll(> np cm A lit - w<u tou' llll air loll ImU diit" I si (till, lid you vim til >01 l)|>ol •r The probability tlmt South Car- olina will require an educational qualification of its voters in the future lias given rise to a general discussion of the question through- out. the country, anil the idea is meeting with approval. To re- quire of the voter at least a good common school education mioht serve the purpose of elevating tin; standard, which it is maintained is the object of the requirement, but to re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

- 17 - < v rsc _JL -^r y r—* «****!#{£ > THE MIHEOLA WEEKLY WTO, City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MINEOLA I.OIK1K, No. S82, A. K. ii A. M., will hold a t tc<l commnnl('«tiou #t Ma- Konlc Ilall 011 Wednesday Jan. lfith, nt 7::S0 p. m. VUltlnr brethren arc fraternally luvlted. .!. F. McDANIEl, W. M. R. M. Akmhtkqmu, Act'v See. KNICillT OF PYTHIAS. M1XUOLA I„OIHiE, No. 'A meets erery Tuesday ereuing, Monitor building. r. p. hamill, c. c. R. II. BRUCK, K. R. & 8. i. o. o. r. MINEOI.A I.ODGE, No. 213, I. O, O. F., meets first and third Monday nights In each month. W. T. Pkbwobth, n. 0. J. II. Newsoji, Secretary. A Bold Nejfro Trninp Makes a Murderous Assault on a Urukciiittii. To Subscribers. give below a list CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st aud.trd Sun- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. hi. Sunday school every Sunday at a. m. m. G. JENKINS. Pastor. IlAfTrsT—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. ■>. Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

T&eMineola Weekly Monitor ft ! • I I i t i I' I- I H. , M ,V 1 fa in •I i M I l< f * « i i B V ii W Itl >% ell tit I PUBLISHED KVEBT IATUKDAY Bt CATE ft TEAOARDEH. SUBSCKIFI'ION PE1CJE: One Copy, On Year 81-M One Copy, Si* Months .TO One Copy, Four Months M En to rod at the portoffloe u •lass matter. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. London, Jan. 15.—Minister Phelps will sail for tho United Slates on the North German Lloyd steamer Latin, which leaves Southampton on the iilst instant. Preparations are being made for a friendly demonstration on hui de- parture. Diplomatic circles hero arc agitated concerning the Sumoan affair, and the possibility of a rupture between Ger- many and America aro being can- vassed. Thb rumor that the government will appoint a successor to Lord Sackville as minister to the United States after the inauguration of President Harrison is continued. The unemployed workmen of Lon- don propose to march to tho royal exchange and hold a demonstration; however, that de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

V £. . JC P i f'V ill i i i e*i _ _ TO TRY J i ATI NO CAW. 'A Scheme of the Lsdfee' HcaU Protective Association. Tlie Ladles' Health Protective A-so «iution held a meeting: yesterday, and talked over several matters which in- "vestijration has satisfied them stand ' ■ J.^jfidly ia need of reform. For some tiiua -Ax pi-t the association has been attempt- ing to arouse a public sentiment which shu'l demand that Now York cjty bo furnished with gtu'biigo cremeators in- idneo of dumping scows, which are -ajjflptiecl into the harbor. A committee l^Bb hold a conference with the board fheo.lth, and that body has assured ladles that If facts regarding ettlc- cy and cost of tho cremator can be tired it will heartily co-oporate in attempt to have them introduced 0. l'he ladies at their own expense have Igagcd a civil engineer, who will vls- Ithe cities of Pittsburg, Uutt'alo, St. }ul. Minneapolis and Dos Moines, and ake a detailed report upon the erema- Irs in use there. Several of the com- |n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 19 January 1889

i I if ;} f %■ f «• I' I m I F K m jf*'.1 IV ■ A Texan Ncw p er iuun Re- buked for Ulsreopectful Reference to Jelfer- hoii DiivIm. The senate met Tuesday and the members were stood up in a line and sworn in. C. M. Boynton was nominated for secretary, and Hon. W. H. Pope was on his foot—as every «outhern gentleman should have been, to oppose the nomina- tion. An Austin dispatch to the Dallas News says. "Mr. Pope arose and s;iid he had for years supported Mr. Boyn- ton, but the time had eorne when he knew of no man whom he would not rather give his vote to than the candidate. Ho said that the offense of which Boyryton had been guilty was one that could find no forgiveness among south- ern men and was an offense that should be rewarded with defeat. Mr. Boynton was editor of the Hamilton Herald and in tliat pa- per had appeared the following squib. "Jeff Davis was HO years old last Sunday morning. Wouldn't it have been a favorable opportu- nity for the old man to have said his prayers a...

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