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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

pp - V I Advertising Rates SUBSCRIPTION PRICE! K wn on apphcatiafs 2opy, Ona Year fl.50 Copy, Six Months 75 Copy, Four Months SO ral Dteeouutn to Clubs. OL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY. JANUARY 26, 1889. NO. 17. LEGISLATIVE. Itin this. era of general interest trans- ted in the Legislature since our last issue. SENATE. Bnate Bill No. 38, providing a in favor of purchaser at tax when sale is invalid by reason informalitv in assessment rolls, oried favorably by committee. 9 and resolutions introduced, iy Senr'or Kimbough : "A bill to be entitled "An act to lend Article 7fi. Chapter 5, title the Code of Criminal Proce- re of the State of Texas.". [This bill seeks to give justices the peace exclusive jurisdiction c :m!nai'cases in which the pun- Ihment is by line only, and not ^ exceeding two hundred dollars.] 'S; Referred to Judiciary Committee No. 2. ' 'By Senator McDonald : A bill to be entitled "An act to ll^Mn'sure the collection of fines' in fe&j'sdemeanor cases, and to make ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

Si' I? ' I'" J M. IS" A- *# AN OLD SWEETHEART OF MINE. .i.v ii> wmmi.mii ini.KV. x* ouh who conn ut ovonliiif o'er uu allium all alone Ami muses on tlic fuees of tin- friends that ho has known. So I turn the leaves of funey till in shadowy design I llnd the siniliiiir features of an old sweet- heart of mine. Thy lamplight (teems to ^llmnicr with a flicker of surprise As i turn it low to I'OHt me of the dazzle in my eyes, And I lljcht m.y pipe in Hileiieo, save a sigh that seems to yoke lt< fate with my tobacco, and to vanish in tbesmoko. Tis u fragrant retrospection for the lov- injj thoughts that start Into heint; are like perfumes from tho blos- KouiH of the heart; And to dream the old dreams over is a lux- ury divine. WIicii tny truant, fancy wanders with that old Kweetheart of mine. Though 1 hear, beneath my study, like a fluttering of wings, The voices of my children and the mother us she sings. I feel no twinge of conscience to deny me any theme When care hits cast her a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

^ "T TWq, ' ' ' - > ■lot mo, lies (• liog f Bin She Ik's l; loin Is a ■ilk lay liod lop. ■oc- 1iu 1 in lind lad- ing 1 of 1 to lico 1 I've Iid- |ni? Ind- ite r licr flic 1 be l g fig 1 to let- put It he like. I his. • hod lin- 1 to It a Iroll Ire- 1 no Itho l.'ir- Bho pok lory ear pat Kill nan usi- thc the the od- bo of ■ith bit- one nail the the. nd; ttle •SL nay ork f :.i pin, I fat- lk- IMMACULATE UTTERANCES. The Grand and Soul Edifying Divine In an Inspiring and Realistic Discourse. His Appropriate Subject Whioh is "The March Homeward" is Illustrated With Halloed Ecarnestness—Eager Hun- dreds are Enchanted. 7 Brooklyn, Jan. 20.—Tho Xiev. T. DoWitt l'almogo, D. D., having expounded appropri- ate passages ol Scripture, gave out the hymn: "Who arc tlweo lu bright array, This lnuutncrntilc throng Round tlic altar night and day Tunlns their triumphant onK?" t The subject of tlio sermon was "The March Homoward," and tlio text I Samuel, Ch. 30, ; v. 8: "Pursue; for thou shalt surely...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

7 THE MM WEEKLY MOIITIR. I & rCBMMIBD KVKRY SATURDAY BY W. B. TBAGARDEN. Saturday, Jan. 26, 1889. Enteral «t the post office u second- class matter. Senator Cork was re-elected to succeed himself in the United States Senate by the Texas Legis- latures the 22d without a dissent- ing voice. Mn. Blaine told an associated press representative when asked, "Will yon be our next Secretary of State?" "That question could be better answered at Indianapolis"— Bailee's is<*ery willing. Senator Vest, of Missouri, in- troduced an ironical memorial, signed by a number of dentists, asking that a bounty of $1 per tooth extracted be allowed to Ame 'can .dentists in order to en- courage an .honest industry, a lower cost to patients ;and encourage the immigration of dentists from other pa.te of the wo-ld, thereby making a better market'far agricultural and other products of this country. JMkm Day. At Louisville, Ky., on January 8th, the 74th anniversary of the battle of New Orleans—or Jackson d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

1 THE MKIE0L1 WEEKLY MOIITOR, •on! City Directory. LODGES . MASONIC. INEOLA LODGE, No. 602, A. F. & A. M„ will bold > nutted communication at Ma- Hall oil Wednesday Jau. 16th, at 7:30 . Vlaltlng brethren are fraternally Invited. J. F. McDanikl, W. M. R. II. Armstrono, Act'g Sec. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. iH, meet! every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. f. p. Hamill, C. C. B. H. Bruce, K. B. & S. L O. 0. f. flNEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. 0. F., L meets first and third Monday nights In each month. W. T. Pkbworth, N. G. J. H. Newsom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at a. m. M. g. JENKINS. Pastor. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. m. Mr. J. A. (Gus) Lanpence, of Quitman, was shaking hands with his many friends on Wednesday. R. S. Block's Palace Saloon for fine liqiurs. 12-4t. Col. Reuben House, of T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

atorr -' "r " miiifii jj lOiiii nirr-fr" . 7' 'f ■ FOREIGN NOTES. fbeHlneoiaWeekly Monltm c My?,:, b-i m .i i- rDILIUU I TUT liTVlMI Wt CATS ft TEAOARDBN. SUBSCRIPTION P&lCt: 0i6 C#pj, OM TAW ...•••••••••• «W«JJ OuCin, Six lloatha ™ 0m CfJ, Fur Month* m likni at Cka poatoloc •• OKLAHOMA BOOMERS. Many of them Leavs Tczaa, a Bettei Country, for What? Gainesville, Tex., Jan. 19.—'The boomers are pouring into Oklahoma by the hundreds. Within tho past three . or four days about COO wagons, some of them coming from a great distance and from every direction, have crossed the Canadian rivor on their way to the coveted lands. The heavy rain* the the early part of this weok have caused the Canadian river to be very much swollen so that teams can't ford, and this has caused a temporary stoppage of tho influx of immigrants into Okla- homa from that quarter. Yesterday there were more than a hundred fami- lies camped in the vicinity of Purcell waiting for tho water to subside so they could cr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

;;Eli 'psll iw ;v if k h * fS few , WW V>. jj / r^r WC" .• aumpevy!—Tir-i JAY COULD'S WAYS. A Pen Picture of the Famous New York Financier. |Mn aware that Jay Gould is not a subject to write on, says Mr, Qrunily, but, as I liave seen the man almost daily for years, I can tell you the truth about him, and all writers have not done that. .Tuy Gould is a Groat coward. When out in the city at night he is in constant uroad of be- ing'shotted or felled with a sand-bag. "l [is residence is on tho corner of Fifth ttvenue and Forty-seventh street, and it is not an uncommon thing for him to run over to tho Windsor liotel, directly across tho street, for a little gossip or to visit somo railway magnate who may bo stopping there during his stay in tho city. He is quick in all his move- ments, and in passing along tho street he looks furtively from side to side, and ever and anon behind him. In that little run from his own house lo the hotel ho skips nimbly down the steps from the door, and s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 January 1889

—If,'#- M : K; Sr. % , f I ' I «y "lIBttB, NIO, WANT A JOB?" littlo ono had slipped licr tiny hand from 1il clnsp niul gono out from tlio room. The men wore busy with their work, and rid Tim hud a heavy barrel in hand which he wos about to roll down tho incline. 11c rant. hiH eyes downward to sco that nil ■wan in readiness, when ho saw a sight Which froze his very blood; a vision of floating hair, a sweet, baby fuco upturned to his, with its lovely blue eyes looking in wonder at the strange, sable face, so far above her, the white dress encircling the dimpled form which would be crushed to a shapeless muss in a moment more, should the heavy weight escape from horrillcd Tim's trembling hands. "liuwd a mussyl" ho exclaimed in a hoarse whisper, and clinging to tho barrel with till Ins strength; it was on the very verge of the chute, and fairly wrestling in his gru-.p to get away. "Takeaway do chilo," ho called hoarse- ly, hut the men woro busy and ho did not heap. " I<et 'er go, Nig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

■ „ 'wm. a f f I . '* , / / / - ASCRIPTION PRICE I ^Copy, Ono Your §1.50 Copy, Six Months 75 I Coi y, Four Months 50 ktmil Discounts to Clubs. , Advertising Rates made known on application JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. ■m ■ft*9 'ml ,'OL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1880. NO. 18. The Tobacco Tax. LEGISLATIVE. / (Courier Journal.) few Democrats in Congress Iterday were made a catspaw of the Republicans, and, voting Hi the Republicans, secured the fcrence of a l)ill to repeal the Matters of general interest trans- acted in the Legislature since our last issue. of a misdemeanor and subject to a : The Grout ltr)bcr of Voters fine not exceeding two hundred Goes Unpunished. dollars. The finding of a minor I working on any place other than : ^ r^erence to the shameless that of the parent or guardian shall, corruption of the ballot in Indiana, be prima facie evidence of the em- by Dudley, the chief of ltepubli- iaeco tax Innnittee. ■The Ways and Means Committee Is in its bill embo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

I I ft: r ' r l k tV:- fe V 1*"" f. 1 % ■' OLD-FASHIO-ED ROSES. james wlll'k'o.mis ull.hy. Thoy ain't no gl.yla about 'otn. And ttioy'ro sorter pale and laded; Yit ttio doorway hero without 'cm Would bo Iouuhoiuci' aud shaded With u good 'eul blacker shudder Than tho inornln'glories makes, And the sunshine would look sadder. For their good, old-fashioned sakoa. I like 'em 'cause thoy kind o' Sorter inako u feller like 'em; And I toll you when you llnd a Hunch out whur the situ can strike 'e;n, It always set* ine thinkin' O' the ones 'at used to Krow And peek through the ehiiikiu' O' the cabin, don't you know. And then I think o' mother, Aud how she u ed to lovo 'cm, When lliey wuzon't nny other, 'Less they found 'em up above 'em! And her eyes afore she shut 'om, Whispered with a smile, and said Wo must pluck a bunch und put 'em lu tier hand when she is dead. Hut, us I wuz a hu.vin' They uin't no stylo about 'em Very gaudy or dlspla.vni', Hut I wouldn't be without 'oin 'Cause l'irt«|...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

. ,,,,, -*w yswt yrT"V ■-r~- / \ > ■i i® WITH USUAL BRILLIANCY. The Rov. Talmago Civoa His Satanic Opponent a Mighty Scathing. A Herculoan Entloavor is Made In the Cleansing of Souls by the Divine. His Ably Handled Topic Was "Slanders Against Religion Answered." JtitooKi.vx, Jan.. tJT.-Tho Rov. Dr. T. Do Witt. Talmiige's sermon this morning was on "Slanders Against Religion Answered." His text wan: "An I I look tho littlo book out of Iho angel's hand, and uto it up; and it was In my mouth swcot as honey; and as soon as X had oaten it. my belly was bitter. And ho said unto lue, Thou must prophesy agum before many peoples, and nations, and tongue;?, and klnirs."--J{ev. 10: JO, 11. Tho reverend geutlomun said: Oomitian. thy Iioman iJmporor, had in his realm a troublesome evangelist, who would keen preaching, and so he exiled him to a barren island, as now the liussinns exile convicts to Siberia, or as sometimes the English government, used to .send prisoners to Australia. The Island...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

w ■' r;L -TV*1" wmr- - - -yr.- ■*!> "fr— f-rrr-* --n«~ fc lis; 5 5 I ! ■br*. •J n 1:; life { <•; Is : I i I jjf \u k '■ &V I •' f ?. ? Ik fe:' w 1 itffifcV 1^" :f' • I,-. :h Br ~I . | y I i I ;' 1 I; I s£ <9* fe;. THE MINEGLA WEEKLY MOMM rCBI.ISIIKD EVERY SATURDAY BY W. H. THAGAKDEN. Saturday, Feb. 2, 1889. Entered at the post office an (second- class matter. Biu. Fammku is reported to be in Austin. Wonder what Bill wants in AuBtin? Guess lu- went down there just to gratify that old con- suming desire to get into the "legislator." Take a good look at things Bill while you are there, it is expensive to travel. Not a Threat but a Prediction. MR. KIUJORE BLOCKADED. A Delusion of a Clans of Labor- ing men. On January 28th Judge A. \V. Terrell of Austin, and Gov. Brown, of the Texas & Pacific railway, dis- cussed in speeches of an hour and a half each the proposed railroad commission,before the house of rep- resentatives at Austin, the former advocating and the latter op...

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

mmwm i '■ 'v^'" 'l-. ' ■■ * t;' • : •' *!r ' ft/.M'I'V Ssi-fJS fv .JH I ■; f THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MOIIiTBIt.' City Directory. lodges. MASONIC. MINEOLA LODU1C, No. 502, A. K. & A. II., j will hold a Htattfil communication nt Ma- tonic 1U11 oil WetluesUay Feb. 13th, at 7:HO li. in. Visltiur brethren are fraternally Invited. J. F. McDanikl, W. M. i R. M. Akmstrono, Act'g Sec. KNIOHT OF l'YTHIAS. MINEOLA LODOK, No. 25, nieetn every I Tuesday eveuiug, Monitor building. f. r. hamill, c. c. i R. H. Bkucb, K. R. & 8. I. 0. 0. F. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. O. I meets first and third Monday night# in j each month. W. T. I'nawoKTU, N. G. j. h. Nkwsom, Secretary. At the Caspary opera house, on Friday night, January 25th, the L. L. U. U. Society, of this city, pre- sented, "Is Married Life a Fail- ure," to a large audience. Miss Rosa Ilart and Mr. 1*. L. Richardson, as Mr. and Mrs. Lyo- nel Lynx, were the leading char- acters in the play, which they sus- tained with a degree of grace an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

r ■ -j m f-v J I I# • Wv,. i, f 7 • s a M, The Mlneola Weekly Monitor rmmm itut utdimt it CATS ft TEAOARDEM. SUBSCRIPTION PR1CI: Ou o py, Om Tear M.* On«C«py, Six Mnaths W Oh C*rjr, Font Months M RnUr*4 at tha poatoAo* a* smm4 WINGED MISSLES. Alexander tho Great died at Babylon, U. C. !UIJ, at tho a^'o of thirty-throe. Mary, Queen of Scots, was beheaded at Fotherlnguy Castle, in February, 1687. Titian, considered by many the prince of colonists, was born at Venice In 1477 and died in 15711. Tho (Jreek letters, inverted from loft to right, are alinoit identical with Phajnlciuu or Hebrew. A turtle weighing sixteonhundred pounds lias been captured by a Key West fisherman. 11 was tho largest ever soen and was broad •tnough on tho back for six men to Hand on hlra. * Twenty-one crocodiles, from Ave to six feet long, recently escaped into tho llivor Kibe, at Hamburg, and none of them have boon recaptured. The small boys of Ham burg, no longer go in swimming. It is estimated that thero are ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

i 1ATELING WITH STASLEY f ADVENTURES OF A FOURTH WARD YOUNG MAN IN AFRICA. The Poor Igncrarit Natives Nevsr Even Heard of John L. Su livan—Discov- ery of the Original "She" Men- tioned by Rider Haggard. I have just received a letter [from a young friend who is traveling with Stanley Africa- I' tins. My friend's stage name is Uni- rf«lopa!)r;uis Inkosikaasi, the Zulu, but P the Fourth Ward used to know him as Jacky McGinnis. He caught a case of stage fever in a dime museum on the Bowery and resolved to becnnie a freak. Subsequently he decided that a'-Wild Man of the Desert" would be good enough for him, and he adopted the name given above after perusing Mr. Rider Haggard's intellectual Afri- can novels. Then he began to prepare himself for the stage. Ho was an artist by nature, and the vulvar methods of the ordi- nary fakir were beneath him. He had the honor of the stage at heart, and so lie resolved to study tlio part from na- ture, This led toliis joining Mr. Stan- ley's expedition...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 February 1889

■ 'jrir-v ■' / fwWjPrv? .**■ MBRPPP ..-...-At., • .<•> '« ■-'.w.k *.■ ..•v'v.' mtAili AimtakMiiiU'- •• AiflU. -i 4 Brw ■; i I 1; L.. I i K< I % I:;- I K£y I i n s v;- mi f || sum Tlio State* of Texas, To the Shrri/J' or any Countable of Wood Countu, flrveting: You art? In -re by <:oiiiiii:iix1<'<1 tu summon Deljiliiiw I'uyiird Lcfruiif; Celine Eugenie Lefriinc I>n|>uik aud her hu.dmnd, Jules Eugene Dupuis, Louisa Coral ie Lefranc Mathieu (widow,) Uose Marie Del- yinc Lefranc Salle and her husband lippolyte Francois Salle, MrstAd- elc Mario hcfiane Graham and her husband, Thomas Graham and Al- bert Augustc Hunt, by making publication of this citation once in each week for four successive N. SH, \V. 4 8-lD varus and a hick- ory I!) inches in ilia, bears S. 1(1 dog. W. I) 6-10 varas. Thence K. ."(KK) varas to the place of begin- ning, the hearing trees marked X. Plaintiff* represents that the fol- lowing facts constitute her chain of j title to the premises afor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

/ ry .e 'S- l.. <• f I f J -A > i / .u..j.am..-.,.■ irrMiwrmrj- tutu.- mix; ■■ •-■• --■ ■ .-- r..i.. * ;;gt riMfc SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Oho Copy, Ono Yoar •..$1.30 One; Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 | Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Wm r;1& $ a* Advejtisiiig Rates made known on application OB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. >T XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, ,1889. NO. 19. tii [The liecord ctf January 22, cont 10 original "poem" reiul by Her mtains nator Vance yesterday. "Tho [>irl with one stocking; a protctivo pastoral com- posed and arranged for tlie spinning wlieol, and respectfully dedicated to that devoted friend of protected ma- chinery and high taxes, the senator from Rhode I-land. Mr. Aldrich."] Our Mary hail u little land), And her heart wan most intent To make its wool beyond its worth, Hring .">(> per cent. But a pauper girl across the sea And one small lamb also, Whose wool tor less than linlf that sum She'd willingly let j;o. Another j{i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

HIN w* WM. NYE IS YET ONTO THE WINQ r : w- i v * r £ i p The Pride, Pomp, and C rcumstancr. of an Arrest in Saint Louis.—A Gaudy Spectacle— Ohl Time Justice, Equity and Rum —ThsTwo Headed Girl. St. Louis is tho only cit y I have ovor visited where it seemed liko paying a man a delicate tribute to urro->t him. Whou you are arrested in St. Louis you do not go reiuctautlv to tho near est station l>y in nans of the scruff' of .your neck, through a hooting and mad- ding crowd, but tho policeman who ha* arrested you sends in a signal from the nearest box and directly, as the English put it, or right away, as the American has it, a beautiful silver- mounted droska, or ltisoup-Williuin- Rlley-and-oome-along-with-me lihuiton drawn by gaily caparisoned ami neigh- ing steeds, dailies up to tho curb, driven by au Olive street gondolier. Yoti bound lightly in to the beautifully MeokeiI chariot," a tiny silver gong, about tho size of a railroad time-table, tinkles gaily, and away you go aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

'S I I < V V J. if ii V>V\ x'ERESTCHA'CIN. tBm, j He «. '• Mad—"Scratch a Russian and You Will Find a Tartar." Tho Russian artist Vcrestehagin paid tho penalty of being: to;) plain spoken. says tho Brooklyn Eagle. lie told tho Now Yorkers frankly thutthoy not only lackod art, but all true ideas of art. That \vi!b a dreadful speech to make to a community which flattered itseif on having switched the crown of osthoticism from tho rival brow of Bos- ton. It could not be expect d to stretch out its arms to such a critic, and it didn't. Poor Verostchagin looked to seo tho doors of "fashlonablo society" fly open at his approach, instead of which they remained tightly closed. Nobody invited him to cat, drink, and bo morry. Thero wero no afternoon teas or dinners in his honor. Ho stretched his legs beneath no "promi- nent citizen's" mahogany. Hi j whole stay in tho metropolis was a social blank, lio took it as a. cut direct and shiiok off tho dust of Now York from his feotin a spasm o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

S;: * a ; I H V' 1 r\ MR fefe' v'' -r— ■" 'l — —>—'--ZTT-—1 — V •* •, | TV «5-———— ■VRnf —. i* -Mvfc 1 / Msmtgnc«Ks«u7^ the I'UDLIBIIED EVERY HATl'llDAY BY ,V. y. TI3ACJAKOKN. Saturday, Fol). 0, 1889. WOOD COUNTY. Elite red lit the pout office uk hocoimI- <:1uhs matter. Small i ox has appeared at Gal- voston, Dallas and several other placcs in the State, Though not epidemic in any place, it in well for the public to he oil the look out for it. Tun cranky adventurers who persist in their eil'urts to settle in Oklahoma have again heen driven out liy federal troops at the point of the bayonet. Six hundred fami- lies had squatted in the district were driven out. Ban Antonio wants a lunatic asylum. If t■ i a y'um at Austin and Terr 1! :• ovt r-erowded with patients nnd additions to those buildin;::: wi ii'> 1 l.e impracticnbh and it !:■! i,"c( " ■ :ry to build another, for the Lord's sake let San Antonio have it,- 1 Hit we are opposed to erect in r lunatic asylums or peni tontia...

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