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

SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, Ono Year |1.60 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 60 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889. Advertising Rates made known on implication, JOB PRINTING II SPECIALTY. NO. 22. OPINIONS ON THE RAIL- ROAD COMMISSION. EX-Senator Maxey Concurs With Ex-Gov. Roberts. 8 Vx t n (Dallas Morning News.) Ex-United States Senator S. B. Maxey—I read the text of the rail- way commission bill in last Sun- day's Dallas News with a great deal of interest. The same paper contained an able lecture to lus law class in the University of Tex- as by Hon. 0. M. Roberts, which 11 also read with deep interest and I much pleasure. Judge Roberts I recognized ability as an enlightened I jurist entitles his deliberate con- clusions on a question of a consti- tutional law to as much weight as / those of any man in Texas. An ) extract from Judge Roberts' lecture / referred to reads: "Fortunately the relations between the state of Texas and...

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

I'll 'jI' 'u - -,y y A NARROW VALE. B, ;1L t f: I ' I I KOHEItT (1. INdHItSOLL. t.Ifo Is a narrow valo between the cold And barren peaks of two oternltlos. Wo strivy la vuin to loolc beyond tho height*. elg We cry aloud; tho only answer Is the echo of our walling cry. From the voiceless Hps of tho unreplyin({ dead There comes 110 word; but in tho night of death Hope seen a slur, and listening love can hear The rustle of a win?. Those myths were born of hopes and fears ana tears, And smiles; and thoy were touched and colored By all there is of joy and grief between The rosy dawn of birth and death's sad night. They clothed even tho stars with passion, And nave to gods tho fuults and frailties Of the sons of men. in them tho winds And waves were music, and all tho lakes and Streams, springs, mountains, woodB and perfumed dells Were haunted by a thousand fairy forms. OUR ROBIN. CHAPTER III. Our grounds fit Podmoro are not ex- tensive. Indood the houHO itself, though old and roomy, is n...

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

W v' I- . -^v i% Alliance Department. [In tbl* Department will appear regularly notes and opinions relative to the progress of the Alliance and Improved (arming. Corres- pondence solicited. Ed.J ALLIANCE NOTES. The Alliance of Holmes county, Miss., proposes to organize a fair asso- ciation. In middle Georgia the Alliance will start an oil mill and a guano manufac- turing concern. The County Alliance Exchange of Lincoln county has been opened at Brookhaven, Miss. The Alliance gave a picnic at Bell Point on the 22d, inst. Everybody present spent an enjoyable day. The Alliance of Monroe county, Ga., have established a bank and are loan- ing money at a low rate of interest. Snivel v agent at Rockdale, Hargrove agent at Milam, and Pierce agent at Luiing also belong on the roll of honor. Many of the Alliances of Georgia havo resolved to buy only what they are compelled to havo; to'buy in bulk and i'or cash only. Supply station at Baste p, Toxas, L. M. Hundrix, agent, has wound up its busi...

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

—— THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. I'UnUHIIKI) F.VKKY SATURDAY BY W. It. TEAGABDEN. £ !| Saturday, March 2, 1889. Entered at the post offico as second- cI:ihh matter. Easter Sunday came last year on April 1st, this year it cornea on April 21 nt, or twenty diiys latter. R* 8- It was reported last week that Tcxarkana had several cases of small pox but later intelligence contradicts the rumor. THE HAMHY ELECTION BILL. The Hebrews have fewer drunk- ards, paupers and fools than any other race.— Prohibition Advocate. And as a rule they are "furninst" prohibition. The magnificent college built in Galveston by Air. Ilenry Rosen- burg and donated for the educa tion of the children of that city was dedicated on Febru- ary 15th. The bill granting a pension of 82,500 annually to the widow of Gen. Sheridan was passed on the 22nd, also a bill retiring Gen. Rosccrans with an annual salary of $5,500. What is the matter with the Monitok's correspondents? We want a good reporter in every neighborhood in ...

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

Wx THE MINEOU WEEKLY MONITOR. M sonic City Directory. lodges. MASONIC. INKOLA LODGE, No. S02, A. F. & A. M„ t. will hold a t«tod communication at M«- iionlc Hull on Wednesday Maruh, 18th, lit 7.80 p. in. Visiting brethren,.™ fraternally lnW^ecl. R. M. AltMSTItONG, Act'K See. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 25, meets erery Tuesday evening, Monitor building. Geo. w. Dknson, c. c. j. E. WlLMAMDON, k. k. & 8. I. O. 0. F. MINEOLA LODGE. No. 248, I. 0. 0. F.( meets first and third Monday nights In month. w t pkbwokth, n. g. J. H. Nbwsom, Secretary. Dr. Sum W. Hart left for New Orleans on the 28th, where lie goes to attend Mardi Gras. Mil rr led. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday ncfiool every Sunday at 9 a. 111. M. G. JENKIN8. Paator. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at U a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. m. HOMER MAGEE, Pastor. For Mayor. We are authorized to announce the name of...

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

ffirrais ■nmiWiii^Fiymi ■ . Tlie MineolaWeekly Monitor published EVERY saturday DY W. B. TEAOARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One oopy, one ye&r 91 50 One cojiy, six months 79 One copy, four months 60 Entered at the postofllco as second class matter. LIVELY TURNS OF THOUGHT' In Mcxico, nays Bishop Burst of the Methodist church, "tho Sunday nowtijiuiier is us thoroughly domesticated as tho bull flglit." Indian agents who have had tho oppor tunlt.v to study the rcdmun's domestic lifo say that neither inalo nor fornalo is capable of feeling tho seiitirriorit of love. A buck marries to liuvo u slave; a squaw to have a lodge. If thero is any town In the country that has a lawyer to spare—but of course there isn't -the fact should bo made known to the board of trade at Austin, Potter county, Pennsylvania. Tho board advertises for a lawyer to locate there, and states that "good terms will bo made with a suitable appli- cant." AKittery (Mo.) man, whoso fields were so under water in th...

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

WEAVING. I I'm a weaver, and each dojr tee threads of life I spin; i be the colors what Ihey may, [still must weave them in. i morning light there comes the thought, 11 my task begin— Lord to me new threads has brought, td bids me "weave them in." etimes He gives me threads of gold, i brighten up the day; i sombre tints, so bleak and oold, at change the gold to gray. ove, alas 11 oft forget, len these dark threads I spin } cause mo grief and pain, but yet i bids me "weave them in." gray; _ es I fades in night away. then mv day of toil is o'er, Id 1 shall cease to Bpin; | open wide my Father's door, bd bid me rest within. i;re, safe at home in heavenly light, low clearly I shall see Bt every thread, the dark, the bright, lurely had need to be! , L. Cuthbert. I The Old Maid's Cat, by h. a. Scat! Give it to her, boys. Now Lher volley." large tortoise shell cat fled in tor- of her life up one street and down ther, pursued by three or four s, whose love for sport had steeled Ir hearts to...

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

% & I Hi;" & §' K< r* i I1- r-1 I m j- ELOQUENT FUNERAL TION. ora. The Great Skeptic, Robt. O. luirci'Holl Delivers Aontlier of htH Gems of Eloquence. New Yokk, Feb.—The follow- ing ib the funeral address delivered, in obedience to her request, by Col. Ingcrsoll to-day beside the bier of Mary Fiske. He Baid: "Friends—In the presence of the two great mysteries, life and death, we are met to say above this still, unconscious house of clay a few words of kindnesss, of regret, of love and hope. In this presence, let us speak of the goodness, the charity, the generosity and the genius of the dead. Only flowers should be laid upon the tomb. In life's Inst pillow there should be no thorns. Mary Fiske was like her- self. Hhe patterned after none. She was a genius and put her soul in all she did and wrote. Hhe cared nothing for roads, nothing for beat- en paths, nothing for the footsteps of others—she went across the fields and through the woods and by the winding streams and down...

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

\V/7 yf r I ../I i~-*c PRICE SUBSCRIPTION known One Copy, Ono Year $1.60 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Month* 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. JOB PRIXTINB A SPE vol. xn. mineola, texas, saturday, march 9, 1889. NO. Hon. Joliu XI. Voorheea ou the Railroad Commission. 1 EditoH Monitor.—I see the railroad commission bill just passed by the House and now pending in the Senate is creating considerable interest among the people and preBS of the State, and that i( seems desirable as well as fashionable to express individual opinions is my reasons for asking space in the colums of your piper for an expres- sion of my views on this important question. It seems by reading the Galves- ton and Dallas News and the last issue of the Monitor a majority of those consulted arc opposed to the bill. My opinion coincides with the minority thus far expressed, but I believe with a large majority of the people of Texas from whom there will never be a publio expres- sion. There are many reasons urg...

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

i"*.' ?• I 8 V . TWO L.ITTLE OLD LADIES. T'.vi' liil It-1.)il I;u]II-*, imii' ^I'livi', una guy, )n Mm- Heir .-Kin,-livitl iluy by iln.v, . <><:<■ <'4111 til lull Ill) ll.l|l|I.V, "bnnUUHl'," *llO HUid, "So initio rhllilivu wore hungry foi* hruuii." Ami -ln; n ull'. Iiml not Ih liPtll'l. to MiilW', When tin- world was mi wkckod nil tho while. S'iif iilhci'old luily Hinilfd till du.v long, A hIii* IcnilM'il, or hiuvi'iI or iroonmi u Ming. She liu'i not Mum to Ih- hikI bIih mild, WlJ<-ri hungry uliililruu worn cry lug for brawl. Ho sbi- liuked mill Idiiltiil am. gave uwuy. Anil (li'rl irt'il tlir world givwbetter caeli day. Two lii.Mii old ludii'K. ono gni vn, one gay; Now wblcli do .von tliiuk ohoae tbo Winer way? St. Nicholas OUR ROBIN. < HAPTER III (Continukii). ••Wliitl, an itwful woman!" oxitlalms Itobin. "f hope, for nil our Hikott, it is not 11 it' formidable Allan Unit wo hoc yonder." •••Vo." I ii' |MiiiiI, with ii viitfue Hljnlce of my hciid. Than, us the...

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

I •A ' >! J J \ s J The Boy Ruler of China Now Has Three, but Ho May Have Six Hundred. Being Only 18 Years of Age His Consorts Are at Present Picked Out for Hi in. But When He Gets to Be SO He Can Select His Spouses to Please Himself. Dispatches from Washington :i few days ago informed us, nays tho New York Sun, that the {pnpcvoi' o£ China luid been provid ed with what sooms to Auicvieuns to bo un- bounded domesticity, to-wit: Olio consort, Yeh-ho-nu-la, daughter of Deputy Lieut.- Gon. Knoi Ilsuing; one secondary consort of the first rank, Ta ta-la, daughter of Chang Hsii, some time vice-president of an imperial board; and ono concubine of the second rank, also iminod 'l a ta la, and also daughter of Chang Hsii. It is nearly liftoen years since the present ' /tnporor of Cliinn, Tssitcen, succeeded to the 'throne. He was then only a baby. He will come into possession of liis royal domestic household on his 18th birthday. Ho is not the son of the last emperor, but is one of the num...

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

X_J|T-— T-s..,. «*■ "'"" > ■■■! ■:•- ] ;>'■■ - ' ' ' •'•'J 'vj-- U '-*si ' ■ '" - -• * "V vwK "" ' ' ' ■V1 rn >* •'/• r^vr-hrr1 -■■ • ■> p.;' THE MIHEOLt WHULV MOKITCR. I'UUI.IMIIEI) EVHHV SATURDAY BY W. It. THAOABDEN. Saturday, March 9, 1880. Entered at the post office ns sccond- elttHB matter. • / / e- i J P What Crimen Have They Com- mitted? While the question of railroad legislation is up before the people and attracting so much attention, and while the air is heing tinged "navy blue" with the "cusses" of the country against the railroad companies, would it he considered impertinent, for the Monitor to ask what great crimen these companies •have committed that they should he thus impaled upon the stake of public, damnation? This interrogatory might be continued to further illustrate tho injustice of the senseless and unfounded war cry raised by the demagogue and the ollice-seckcr, and lustily'rcecliocdjiy a credulous public for the past eight years, but we arc addres...

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

V nit \ y Mr A $ THE MIMEQLA WEEKLY MOKITOR. City Directory. lodges. MASONIC. MINEOLA LODGE, NO. 502, A. F. & A. M„ will hold a Hinted communication at Sla- ! nail on Wednesday March, 18th at 7:80 1). in. VUitlnir brethren are fraternally invited. J. F. MODANIKL, W. M. B. M. Abmstbono, Act'b Sec. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOI.A LODGE, No. 2ft, meets every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. Geo. W. Denson, 0, 0, J. E. Williamson, K. K. & s. I. O. O. F. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 213, I. 0. O. F., meets llrst and third Monday nights in each mouth. W. T. Pebworth, N. G. J. H. Newboh, Secretary. chvuchks. bMktiioi)ist— Preaching every 1st and 3rd Hun- . fays at' 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday icliool every Suuday at 9 a. in. M. G. JENKINS. Pastor. Baptist—Preaching every 2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. m. HOMER MAGEE, Pastor. Wo are glad to note that the! Attention is callled to the an- little infant daughter of Mr. and ' nouncement of...

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

mm tr V ' fcrf "' • T7T ' i sli Tv \ ,sf —'.- ■y **rMr I 1.1 u Tbe MineolaWeekly Monitor rcblisuku Evr.nv satuhdav ijv W. B. TEAGARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK. One copy, one year *1 60 One copy, nix months 76 One copy, (our mouths 60 Entered at the postoflioe as second- class matter. The New Administration. Washington, March 5.—President Har- rison to-day rent lo the innate tlin folio w- log nounnutlunn: Secretary ol° state, .lames U. Blaine of Jl it I lie; secretary of the treas- ury, William Wlndom of .Minnesota; secre- tary of war, Itodfisld Proctor of Vermont; secretary of the navy, Benjamin F. Tracy of Mew York; secretary of the interior, John W. Noble of Missouri; postmaster general, John Wanniiiaker, of Pennsylvania; attorney general, W. II. II. Miller of In- diana; secretary of agriculture, Jeremiah Busk ot Wisconsin. The senate went into executive e«iuon at 1 o'clock and unanimously con- firmed the nominations without a moment's delay. All the members of President llarr...

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

V ■ fSym' ■ Y " '' 'X:" ff"Av ix % i m v [$ SOLD TO STRANGERS. T' i' worn-out blimls Iiuiil' 1'i-soly, Tbo palnr, Is ncurly font-; Tiiu crcaltiuK tfnto sivlupi ldl.%'. The olil place looks forlorn; The myrtle mound m kiiihh grotvu. 'that blossomed years at-'o, Ann one by one Imw vitnisliitd The flowers 1 used to know. The ancienttree whose clterrlo* liejoiced my cltildiHti heart Stand* leafless. uriui and tfi'Oumiiji; The arbor's tlropjied aim i t Tfmt arbor 111 the garden Where honeysuckle twined: ' The once broad | nth that led there Is now but ill dellncd. Tim dear,, quaint old mansion. It held out hilli and kin )'\ r eighty years and over, Till they were gathered in. • J- tul now it poes iostrangers; Its glorins all are lied S:nco those who built the hearth tiro Are nuiiibeied with the dead. V. Idle wo who loved it fondly Must, give a parting sish, J\ farewell look, and sadly Forever pass il by. Anil still the fragrant lilies May bloom beside the door, Bat Ht/anxeis' footsteps e...

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

H:'.; H' i w \ <•/ 1:7 1/ 7 Si - 5' MAYOIt'S ANXCAIi REPORT. Mis'koj.a, Tex ah, Marcli 1, 188!). To Tin: Citv Con sen. ok tiik Citv or MINKOI.A TEX A-' -(J uketino: I hereby unbuilt the following as my annual report aw defined in Section 11, of Ordinance No. 41, an ordinance pre- scribing the duties of Mayor. RECAPITULATION. Cash in treasury current ex- pense fund $ 25 03 Tax rolln not collected 448 00 Cash in treasury on special i fund 04 61 I Tax rolls not collected of spec- | ial fund 410 00 Gurkknt Kxj'ESoii FL'SD— March 1st, IHH'l, U> balance $0H4 67 Obligations against this fund 850 00 cash ou hand $ 320 16 March ;ist, 1SK0, to amount fluttM c.ollrctou 241 40 March 1st, 1««0, to Occupation ta\' collected 070 31 March ItH, 1KS0, Advaloreni Cash in hand and process of f)- coilection Sinkino FITND— . : Obligations against this fund $7000 00 tax collected, hale of in nlc... 310 !«i 25 00 Total Dihiiciikkii- Halurics of officers Rents Lumber Printing Feeding prisoners Attorne...

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

D •' I ■. \ > SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : One Copy, Oua Year |1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Montlm 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Advertising Rates made known application* VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH 16, 1889. JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. NO. 24. Ex-Guv. Huberts Replies to A. W. Terrell. tics, which poiiulLien can only be recovered by suits or prosecutions | in the state, and from this it follows At the request of some of the ; that it cannot assume the manage- meinbers ot the legislature ex-Gov.! munt of the roads in this state by Roberts publishes a lengthy reply to the criticisms made by Terrell and others on his views of the consti- tutionality of the act creating a railroad commission. The question has been settled for the present and the commission is dead but this reply of the old Alcalde to the many merciless criticisms of his imbecility &cM will be of great interest to our readers, and we call the attention of Hon. John H. Voorhees, whose article of...

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

E>'-- % FORGET ACU KORGIVE. fVi'Ket; r wii.v r >*i i'■ 1:11 <<-)• Tim wi'diii.'h of .vijs'ordiiyi P T 'liimri' l.iml v.unK wuro s|io!:-n To lioal • ri< • breach to il i,v! TllOII lot tho |)(lht fOi'l'VCT l l! A blunlc loaf i'i tliii mo.nory. "f.ft I),vi!(iik'h Ixi hfor why Should tho'JKlitn that irondur atrifu 14 • tiourlsh'il in our Iiohouih • Th:it but embitter llfo, Ami 1111 thin world, that olao wcrofuir, With scoiii'B of Horrovv, Htrlfo und rare. Korjflvc ; for why ahoulil wo withhold Tho blcHsiliir tiint wo need, Or let mi ci'riitK brother In vain tor increy plead! Oh! cold mint ho tho hearts, and rare. That, could rojoet thy «up;illaut pruyorl l''ni Kivo; lot old nfl'eetloiiH Ho stirr d wit,hiti the heart, Producing lilndl.v footings That, HkIH and warmth impart, And muko our onwaril con rue loss nnd, Hy inalcliiK home llroatdaH more «lad. Forulvo: for time's swift pinions Are boariutr us alone, And few muy bo he our moments To do or suffer wroiiif. Then let us...

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

nwrx'-iBjt^—yyrrf- • ■" g,w ?>*s ■•' ?,••';:> ••■ •r A HVINC 1SSPE. 'Shall America Be Reserved for Americans." i f The Eeveraed Talmage Elucidates the All Absorbing Topic in a Graphic i Manner. Brooklyn, March 3.—Dr. Talmage preached in the Brooklyn Tubcrnaclc this morning on the subject, "Shall America be reserved for Americans!" As his sermons aro now translated in every language of Kurope and many languages of Asia, in his audiences may be soon persons from many different nations. After un exposition of the scripture he gavo out the hymn: Arm ot the Lord, iiuakel utruUc! l'ut on lliy MriMiglli, Dip nut ions tlmke! Text, Acts xvii, Sfli "Ami hath made of one blood all nations." That is, if for some rea- son general phlebotomy were ordered, and standing in a row woro an American, an Englishman, a Scotchman and an Irishman, a Frenchman, a Herman, a Norwegian, an Icelander, a Spaniard, an Italian, a Russian and representatives of all other nationalities barofl their right anil ...

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

I - nrs-.v: * -Vj£ TO** Cirr*. j : rr~ • t *tr.,*vsia3s THE MKEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR. sr^rsSUSS1*: COMMISSION HILL DEAD. An Ordinance. ILJ..JL KINDS OF I'UBI.IHIIKI) KVHIIV HATI.'IIlMY BY w. it. teaoarden. pouncing the measure as paternal- Remettteit Proponed by tlie Antl An amendment to an ordinance ' c..s..g...g_.s z ,s._5..3_2_S .- .*- -£ e -■■■— istie was contrasted with tneir res- _e © olution indorsing the liluir bill. If Coin mission Senators. only Alex Hogg or some other > Our readers will be interested to talking teacher could have been ,, , , „ 1C6,0 ; present and been given the right. know in what manner those who balliruay, Mill iii lu, loS.p. t0 rt.j,ly( tfie fur would have been 1 0j,posed and defeated the cominis- scattered over the floor. The tide ..... . ... . 8W.ond. is setting in so strong in favor of «on bill, propose to regulate the the uniform text books that the Entered at the post office an class matter. publisher's agents have changed = 1 their tactics and no...

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