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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

t I * t < i Hall mi Wednesday Feb. 13th, at ii in. Visiting brethren itrc t'rntermilly Invited. J. K. Mc1)a.\II:I, \V, M. R. M. ARMSTRON-n, Aet'K 8ce. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINKOI.A hODOE, No. meets every Tuesday evenluK, Monitor buildinsf. F. I'. Hamill, 0. C. It. H. Bruce, K. R. & S. I. O. O. K. MINKOI.A LOIJUE, No. 243, I. 0. O. F., meets lirst and third Monday nights in ouch month. W. T. PKBWOItTH, N. G. J. 11. Newsom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock n. in. and 8 ji. in. Sunday vciiool every Sumluy at 9 it. in. M. G. JENKINS. Pastor. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and llli Sun- days at 11 a. m. and H p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. m. If you want to sell your land, call on Gate & Teagarden, Mineola. Texas. A Happy Social Event. On flu' ; wiiiug of Tuesday the ."it'll, quite rt' number of Indies and gentlemen assembled in the parlors t i' the hospitable home of Mr. A. I Krauss in response to invitations from hi - la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

"""■""■"I'1 111 1 ■' TO ■t; fcr if., 1 K • i1 ff R? I TtieMin oiaWe ky Monitor I'l) BLISIIED EVERY SATURDAY Y W. B. TE*C}AWt>KN, Ed tor. WASHINGTON NEWS. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One copy, one year SI 50 Ono copy, nix month* 75 Ono copy, four mont: 8 5u Entered nt the postollleo as second- das* ni'it «r. DIAMOND FIELDS OF SOUTH AFRICA. Interesting Information from Na- tal About the Cold and Diamond Supply. About twenty years ago Mr. Grogory, before the assembled wisdom of the So eiety of Arts in London, donounoed tho alleged discovery of diamonds in South Africa. Two members of tho Natal legislature of to-day happened to be present at thut gathering, and they had the temerity to lift up their voices in deprecation of tho savant's sweeping conclusions. One of them said that, he had tnudo two fortunes in Natal am! lost them, and thut he meant to make another—a statement which induced other speakers to admit that South Af- rica was evidently not wanting in s«;Jf- rcliaucc. History also h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

HOW AXtto ARE MADE. m 1 i \ •r- Wlmt a Reporter Saw in a Larje Pittsburgh Factory. Kx torn ally there is nothing in the least attractive about a groat axe manufactory, says the Pittsburgh Dis- patch. Tho principal building is n i long, low, dingy structuro utterly de- | void of paint or ornament. Not until I t ho visitor gets inside and begins to lake an inventory of his surroundings loes ho begin to bo impressed by tho jreatnoss of the works. A glanco into clio ongino room, whonco tho motivo- (lowor is supplied to tho various deparf,- meats, shows that tho quantity of ma- •liluery must bo enormous. The eu- jine is a stately pioco of mechanism, majestic in its movements and gigantic in its proportions. Tho fly-wheel is forty-two inches in the rim and twonty- ight feet in diameter, supplying con- tinually a force equal to four hundred- horse power and capable 01 much more. As oiio outers tho main workshop a noise equal to that made by a score or more of heavy freight trains falls upo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 February 1889

tox «-ynK .'• ("J iy> niiiti M iiWiW — —:— — V*- •on'rrn • •?• /rwTi ty I & f r I I §\ «"£. s; | i I 6. it;" is. r |? I I t !&.< E Ii I:'' The State of Texas, To flit' Shrrifl' or any Coitxliible (jeg \\- < of I Food Coin//;/, (!rvrHn<4: ,"iO(M) varn You are Ii' rcby <-<>111 niiiii• led to summon !>' iji'iii. 15:iVitr«l I,('IVanc; Celine Kuj?cni I.el'riiiie l>ii)iiii.< a.ucl lior liubbiiud, Jules Knjjuuc Dujiuin, Louisa Comlic I.el'rniic N. S8, W. 4 8-10 varas and a hick- ory 15 inches in dia. I mars S. 1(1 0 0-10 varus. Thence 10. varas to the place of begin-1 nilitf, the bearing trees nmrked X. ' I'laintifl'represents that the fol- lowiiig f'aets constitute her chain of title to the premises aforesaid. Firs*,, two patents from the Mathieu (widow,) Hose Mario Del- State of Texas to J. I'inkney Hen- pine Lefrane Salle and her husband darson, assignee and (!., dated Hippolyte francois Salle, Mrs.Ad- April 2 lib, A. 1). IK-IS, numbered cle Marie h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

U L SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : ■One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 ' One Copy, Six Months 75 •One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. i /' V JjL\ l\ ? ■iiMiT-iiiirrM . wjAi.. I* Advertising Rates miulo known oij application JOB PRINTING IISPECIALTK. VOL. XII. PROPOSED LEGISLATION. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1889. NO. 20. Somts of The Principal Fea- tures of Hills Introduced And Favorably lle- jiortcd. to RRtii'LATE tiik 1'llAC'fICE of AHC11I- tectvbk. The bill provides that the Gov- ernor shall appoint a board, con- sisting of three professional archi- tects, to be paid out of the fee provided for in the bill which is ten dollars for each license. We select the following para- graphs from the bill io show its purposes. It says: Section 4. When organized, the Board shall have power to admin- ister oaths and to take testimony upon all matters properly within their cognizance. Said Board shall meet regularly at the Capitol of the State once in every six months, and at such oth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

4T" WW It V 1# v > AN AID TO MEMORY. "While you're In tlio city, Ned, Won't \ nu buy some SO thread!" 1'hyllin links, und while I linger, Tailing Hint whirl) Is the due Of hiui who wins tho bread for two. She tics Home thread around my linger, Adding, "dear, lest you forget, I'll teach you memory's alphabet. "Kirst, the thread suKgests a string; Any Htrlntf muy be a mouHuro; We'll say u yard -the very thing— Remembering that will be a plenum o; A grassy yard (whut'H lu a name0 Will mako you think of lawn with ea o. And lawn and muslin are the name. And niUHiin'H cotton, if you please. Now cotton wound, as 1 opine, Is nothing, after all but thread, And Til) is your ago and mine I'm sure you can't forget it, Ned." ] answer her as best 1 may, Hut now within the shop I linger; What in the dickens did she say About tho string around my linger, f - Harper'* Bazar. OUR ROBIN. CHAPTER I. "My deivr Hlanche, hail you not hot- ter put oil tho writing1 of tlmt letter until to-morrow?" 1 turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

FR3P '!«■* ,..... . . —————r- ... ""<l."*ii nr^. m— ~£ _ 'ih-ij/'-iArtii: WifcJsi ...', ampmwi mmb David's Life Iq Placed Beforo You In Such a Manner That Ho is Visible. The Rev. Talniage Tells us of "Our Own Generation" in His Lucid Way. r> T V •> I > V v x j I I E « J r David Was a Cowboy and an All 'Round Character. Huooki.yn-, Fob. 10.—Beforo nn audience (fathered from all purls of tho earth tho Hov. T. no Witt Ttilmago, P. D., expounded passages of Scripture doscrlptivo of stirring scocs iu David's life. Led by organ and come. tho multitudes Joined in siiifciiiH;: Time, liko an evcrrullliu sti-unm ltuHrii all ICh sunn uwny; They lly forgotten, n& u dream Dies lit tli" opciiln; (lay. The stfbject, of Dr. Taliriagij'a sermon was "Our Own Guneratlou," and his text, Acts xiii, 51(5: "David, after ho had served his own Melioration by tho will of Clod, fell on slo.'p." That is a text which has for a long; timo been running: through my mind, but not until now has it bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

S!£ I * I i THE MISEOU WEEKLY M0S1TCR, ]'l!I)ilHlli:i> F.VKIIY SATl'ltltA Y nv \V. r. ( Point cos and speedily find that be lmd angry | sis- no remedy, and they have furnised i/i i , v n" (rood fat positions tor a a few of the ami (lalve'-ton News wll not com-," . \ inent o'i a. licle- from the Cli.oiii- 'a''hful, nut outside The Editor of the Wills Chronicle allows his •ions to rise because c!e in us press eolnnin. I troth or; where only third-c w.■■ f.'/.tk | /; KM) | ers receive outs, ihere is lit- SatlinUJ , k <' )• «' . honor in being noticed. (Jive . your editorials power and they as second- will leave an impression without any comments from outsiders. So far as editorial ability, yours, the Chronicle, Tiik Mjnkoi.a Monitor, Alex. Terrell bestrode hiw mule I Tylor Record and Waco Day a^e BUj,:ect and charged 011 the railroads Mon-' eminently the equals of the Newfc- J day. It is believed that he made | and don't trouble their readers of i'lis tliev JJe easy,' have proven...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

7*' /., • • . ■ 4*-<A-v ■ H.V' ■' y x " ' «vc<" ♦«■ ■ I > r *- x S v# r THE MIKEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, City Directory. LODGES. M Vtiovrr. jyjinf.ola LODOK. No. M2, Mi'. S. M. Flounioy has accepted ft position wiili Winsbovo's ponu1 ••• mercantile firm, Skeen and Ami. - son. Those who trade :>i Wius- bo'o, will do well to call on t?am upon whom they can depend for i'aii Sou i of the 1, .... lowus Will hold II Slntcil c'OinmilMlnuiO'.'^i'^ Xhi- ' .,,,.1 l sonic 11 ill 1 ou Wednesday Miuvli, i.'lili, m 7::io illlClHl UtaiUltllt. l>.m. Visiting bretluoil arc fraioninll • invited. • -&■<><- -- , „ , J. F. McDaniki,, W. M. ! „ , , , u. m. AiutHTBOKa,>.Aot*B sec. One day last week KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MIXEOI.A I.OIHrK, No, 'J\ meets every Tuesday evening, .Monitor Imlldiui/. F. 1'. IIA.miI.I,, c. It. II. Bhi'ce, K. R. & S. i. o. o. r. LODGE, No. MINEOLA meets IIrut und third Moniluy 2-18, I. O. O. F„ ... BY liltflits in encli mouth. W. T. I'kbwortii, N. G. J. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

tMMm > v The MineolaWeekly Monitor published evkuy saturday 11v W. B. TEAGARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One copy, one year ...81 DO Olio copy, nix months 7'> One copy, four months 50 Entered at the postoflice as second- class matter. WHITECAPISM IN LOUISIANA. New Idebia, La., Fob. 9.—On Mon- day last Attorney General Rogers com- menced the investigation of New Iberia outrages before Mayor Erath, sitting ex-olllcio as a justice of poace. As :t result of the investigation the sheriff was ordered to arrest C. T. Cade, Alexander Charger.), Octavo Romero and Richard Johnson for assaulting Joseph Viator, alias Modesto, and another man, whose name is unknown, on Jan. 27. Viator's alleged assailants were arrested and bailed in the sum of 8M0 each to appear before the district court at next term. As a further rosult of the investigat ion, by request of the attorney general, seventeen other per- sons were ordered to bo arrested and held for trial on a charge of conspiracy in attemp...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

.... act m y if !%;' fti:S RAN ARTIC SUHV1VOR. istory of an Intelligent and amous Esquimau Dog. the nififli leader of tliedogtenm ■ew the sledges ia tins ftttiious Artie expedition, nays the Sun jseo Chronicle, i* now a resident land, having npent tin summsr ilor his health. He may be seen home of John W. McNeil, a r living at8111 Lydia street, whore opt at the expense of General an, his owner. Wolf has a his- Ho is the only dog ever onl istod United States navy, andafterthe of tho expedition Wolf was given igular papers of honorablo dis- c from the Government employ, oniuit Greely, in whoso possession fell, presented him to General mil, who has ever since kept him. hot eastern summers have been trying on Wolfs cold blood, and iHiirnmer he was sent to California jho might escape the heat. lie was ^consigned to George H. Kin#, of " unciseo, who had a brother-in- in the expedition. Mr. King d him in tho care of Mr. McNeil, is a large animnl, with long, gray, luiir, and possesses super...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 16 February 1889

I 1 11 A h >?■ 1 I EM, B iK ' I I' I I 1' - ' & y •- — -w**——7 T"""^r r ""T ' ~r—•—,"iy -v-:- .-.M;. * yw w ■ ■ m. * imcoz N. 88, W. 4 8-10 varan and n hick- ory 1.") inches in <lia. bears S. 10 ileg. W. 9 6-10 varas. Thence JO. f)000 varus to the place of begin-1 ning, thi# bearing trees marked X. Plaintiff represents that the fol- l)ii|mis| lowing facts constitute her chain of Kugene j title to the premises aforesaid The State of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable. of Wood Comity, Creefing: Vou arc hereby commanded to summon Delphinc liavard Lefranc; Celine Kugenie Lefranc uud her husband, Jules Diipuis, Louisa Coralie Lefranc, First, two patents from the Mathicu (widow,) Rose Marie Del- j State of Texas to J. Pinkney Hen- pine Lefranc Salle and her husband darson, assignee and C., dated Hijjpolyte Francois Salle, Mrs.Ad-1 April 24th, A. I). 1848, numbered ele Marie Lefranc (iraham and her 366 and 307 said No. .'566 convey- husband, Thomas Grahain and Al- ing said La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

Advertising Rates made known/ on application SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Ona lear $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. MINEOLA. TEXAS, SATURDAY. FEBRUAliY 23, 1889. KO.21. PROPOSED LEGISLATION. * f k / -f- S J !• Some of The Principal Fea- tures of Bills Introduced And Favorably Re- ported. HIGHWAY CROSSINGS ON RAILWAYS. Section, 1. Be it enacted etc. That all railway companies opera- ting lines of railway in this State shall build or cause to be built and *kept in repair good and sufficient crossings over such line or lines of railway at all points where any public highway is now or hereafter may be entersected by tuch line or lines of railway. [Sections 2 to 6 defines the kind of crossings required and affixes penalty for violation at $10 per day for failure to provide and man- tain the crossings, the penalty to go into road and bridge fund.] to regulate fees and commissions of county officers. Section 1. Be it enacted, et...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

pr 1: 11 1 £ : ! ■I | I. f ) f() I i 1 I ',L "<4 i. i. THE LITTLE W.-UfE HEAfTSfc. JAMKS WUITCOIIS KJt.EV. At the littlo white Iioui hi) wont Klhmnnrin# by— The miirt on tho coal curt J« rkori liis linos, Aud smutted the lid of either eye, And turned unci nturod ut tliu bufthiOHQ sltfllS ; And the street car driver sUi|)| til and beat His hands on his shoulders uud gii;:od up street Till his eye on the long track reached tho sky— As the littlo wbito hearse went (,'lhn- irierlng by. As tho little white hearse went glimmering by— A stranger potted a rugged child lu tho crowded walk, and she knew not why, And he pavo her a coin for tho way she smiled; And a bootblack thrilled with a pleas- ure strange Asa customer gave back his change With a kindly hand and a grateful sigh, As the little white hearse went glim mi ring by. As the little white hoarse went glimmering by— A man looked out of a window dim. And hisehoeks were wot and his heart was dr.v For a dead child even were, dear t.o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

I /. 'h- s ► * — Alliance Department (In this Department will appear reralarlv fhlTm °P'"lon relative to the progroei o* the Alliance and improved hrmli Oorm- pondenoe solicited. Ed.] vjorrw ALLIANCE NOTES. • ■£!jer?,ai'° three hundred Alliances in Honda. Seventeen new Alliances have been chartered in Kansas. Clarksville wants the district Alli- ance. Every Alliance man in Texas should resolve to pay cash for what ho will need for food and clothing this year, or do without until he can raise the cash to pay for _ them. The poorer the farroei," the firmer should oe this ro- solvc. The stock department of the Ex yhnnge, conducted by Bro. \V. J. Williams, of Henrietta, bids fair to do ft profitable business. He has already contracted 12,000 head of oues and twos, these cattlo to bo gatherod from west, northwest and southwest from Dallas county. FARM NEWS. Corn in Cuero last week at 80 cents per bushel. The foreign demand for wheat is a rgely in exccss of any year since 1800 and the ind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

Ziti- I \i I . f' | J -jt -- MMOPjPM I'l THE MINEOLA WEEKLY 1'UBMHIIKD EVEHY HATL'ltDA Y BY \V. 15. TEAdAHDEX. Saturday, Feb. 23, 1880. Entered at tlio jiost offico an seeoml- c.lasH matter. While we can in a measure sub- mit to Harrison's administration, yet Kilgore, of Texas, still con- fronts us, and the "nigger prob- lem" iun't a patching to him.— Democratic (■Natchitoches, lift.,) Review. Tim proceedings of the council of the city of I'aris, Texas, have reachde such a disgraceful degree of indecency that the News pub- lished in that city, refuses out of confederation for the city's good name, to publish an account of them. A Protest From tli« Farmers. Railroads arc groat builders up of countries, and no laws damag- ing to them should be enacted. But at the same time they, like all other great corporations, should be htdd in check by law to prevent imposition upon and injury to the people. The News then is in fa- yor of a railroad commission that will fully protect, the people a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

THE MIKEOLA WEEKLY JOIITOB, City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. Mineola lodge, No. 502, A. f. ii A. m„ will bold a stated communication at Ma- sonic Hall on Wednesday March, 18th, at 7:80 u ui. Visiting brethren ure fratorually Invited. v J. f. MCdANIEI,, W. M. r. M. Ahmstkong, Act'g See. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOI.'A I.OPGE, No. 25, meets every Tuesilay eveulng, Monitor building. f. p. iia hi 1.1., c. C. r. h. Brock, k. r. & s. I. O. O. F. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O. O. F„ meets first uud third Monday nights in each month. W. T. Pkbwortii, N. G. J. II. Newsom, Secretary. .. churches. Mkthouikt—Pleaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock h. 111. and p. m. Sunday ■vliool every Sunday at!) a. 111. M. G. JENKINS. Pastor. Baptiht—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. in. HOMER MAGEE, Postor. Impudent Tramp. The most impudent and unprin- cipled tramp heard from up to date is the wretch who occupied the Baptist church o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

nitiliii v 1 Tie MlneolaWeekly Monitor PUBLISH KD JtVKBT SATUBUAT BY W. B. TEAGARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One oopy, one year II 00 Ooo cop/, six month# 75 Woe oopy, four months 50 Entered at the postoffico as second class matter. THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE senate. Thirty-Secon!) I)a v —Senators Ty ler, Laae, Muotzo and Field will lilo u minority report against the bill re- ported l>y the committee on education to provide that the ellects of narcotics and alcohols on the human system shall be taught in tltfs public schools. The grounds are: 1. That it is not, advisable to give this subject prominence by special on- uctniont when there are many other subjects of equal im)tortance that might be considered by a majority of tho -en- ate as proper subjects to bo taught in the public schools. 2. This bill assumes that there are extant text books familiar to senators that teach scientifically and correctly the effects of alcoholic drinks and nar- cotics upon tho human system, an as: s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

Tlic Jericho Walla. John Beemsiy, well known in south- ern Kentucky, as n "professional jour- nalist," decided to give up political writing* and to devote his stirring1 ener- ► g-ies of mind to the comforting' perfor- mance of publishing religious paper. As a Democratic editor, ho had been insulted; as a licpublionn. editor, ho had been abused; and. as the editor of ao independent newspaper, he had been jolted on a new-made rail. "I am done," said lleorosley, "with the tempestuous whirl of sensational journalism. I am done with frighten- ing headlines and stinging paragraphs. Hereafter, my words, instead of being Virled forth with the violence of a stab, shall fall in soft and slow-dying cadence like the gentle, persuasive and half- sobbing call of the uiourners'-bench ex- Jioi ter. The breath of political journal- ism is hot and tainted with a fever born of filth; the breath of the religious pirss is perfumed by the flowers that J,hc banks of the Jordoa. ey went, over into Crosscut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 23 February 1889

f. '[ The State of Teta§, N- 88> W- 4 8-10 varan and a hick- ory 15 inches in dia. hears S. 16 To the Sheriff or any Constable .leg. \V. 9 6-10 varas. Thence E. oj Wood Connty, Greeting: ; 5000 varas to the place of begin- You are hereby commanded to ning, the bearing trees marked X. summon Delphine Hayard Lefranc; j Plaintiff represents that the fol- Coline Eugenie Lefranc Dupuis lowing facts constitute her chain of aud her huslmud, Jules Eugene!title to the premises aforesaid. Dupuis, Louisa Coralie Lefranc j First, two patents from the Mathicu (widow,) Rose Marie Del-1 State or Texas to J. Pinkney Hen- Sino Lefranc Halle and her husband ] darson, assignee and ('., dated lippolyto Francois Salle, Mrs.Ad-j April 24th, A. I). 1S4H, numbered ele Marie Lefranc Graham and her 1366 and 367 said No. 366 convey- husband, Thomas Graham and Al-jing said Labor and said 367 convey- burt Auguste Huet, by making; ing said League. Second, a deed publication of Uiis citation once in from J. Pi...

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