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

<-y an r fivrcai-'r c- .cvn: rrfcr^ivr^Exv,- ? . zmxanr^t -: THE M2NE0LA WEEKLY MONITOR The Palace H quoi- t's. saloon for fine n-24 4t's Church Festival. City Directory. LODGES. masonic. ■%/TlNBOia LODGE, No. .WA A. K. iV: A. M„ | TJ „ c, . , , JYI win hoiii u stated couiniuuicntiuii in Mu- -lioUM', buturuuy, the Jou, suiilii llall mi Woilm'silny Miuvli, l:!th, at 7:"ft The entertainment given at the j Dr. J. K. Vowel! straightens' residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. cross eyes in less than one inin-' Cage on Friday night was in every' ute. Consult him, at the Pratt! respect a complete success. The! weather was favorably and the | crowd was large. The banquet | was a rare exhibition of the deli-1 cacies, the beauties, and the sub-' , stantial good things of the culinary Dr. J. K. Yowell treats success-; iU.t. It was indeed a icut!t wore i fully all chronic diseases and re- each lady had vied with the other A f innola i.odok, no. m j. o. o. f !,nove8 ®11 deformities that arc | in the...

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

The MineolaWeekly Monitor H y\ 1 I l' i i § I I Ai.-.' V PUBLISHED EVERY KATUUDAY It Y W. B. TEAOARDKN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One copy, one year 91 50 One copy, six month* 73 Om copy, four months 50 Entered at the poatofllee as second- class matter. THE TEXAS LEGISLATURE KKNATE, Vorty-Kichtii Day.—Alter coii*>itlerliiK numcrouH and jictiiIoiim the sonute took up the order of the duy—the commission hill. Henutor llurges took the floor against it. lie was followed by Mr. Harrison in opposition to the measure Senator Johnson offered u substitute, which was in elici t to eiltoutthe harshness complained ol in the hill, hut not to inter fere in any way with the eominlwion. The substitute established the ni:ixiinnm nt <10 cents. It tooK away from tlio toin mission nearly all legislative and judieiary power. It required rouds to clusHlly freights and to lix inuxiiuiiuin not Iiii-on- sislont with the muxiinuni lixed liy law The commission should have the right to classify freight...

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

II m f i i lost- (iurtfuimii?. Men ftnil women who drive *harp bargain- frequently ovor-i'otiuli ihem- ^selvo.-. 'J'he habit of "beutinir do\m." which Is praetleeJ so constantly in country ftores is u vicious one, for it loads the purchasing public to suppose that dealers put an extruvag-ent price upon their goods, und hence can afford f^tt good reduction. it frequently, too, leads the shop keeper to just this method of dealing. The following is an illustration of how a person edu- cated 10 this kind of trading proceeds: it is bargains that the country shop- per comes to town to seek. One of these women went into a large shop the other day to buy material for a gown. .She selected, after a good deal of fussing, a. material, costing twelve •cents a yard. '•How many yards are there in this piece?" she asked. There are eleven," he answered, af- teV measuring. "i will take ten.'' she said. He suggested that she should take the whole piece, but she insisted that lie should cut off ten ya...

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

Tf j ■HHi m mi I • I &mvi Continued from page t. or tolls for the use of property devoted to the public, unleas the lately Interested may fairly be supposed to be more competent to judge of their needs than any cen- same shall have been specially tral authority. [Con. Lim. pp. athorized by law.' 140 and 225.] Here we see what was in the i In addition to that, full author- minds of the members of the con-; ity has been given in the state vention. Illegal charges—procdure [ constitution by reference to the —attorneys for the state—in the name of the state-prevent and pun- ish all running through this section. It means that the legislature shall provide a mode of procedure in a state court, wherein penalties shall be provided, which shall be en- forced by officers representing the state and on behalf of the state, by which those who make and receive such illegal charges shall be pun- ished according to the law of the land, It was thereby determined that thenceforward the state woul...

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

* « \ ii rr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: J VN One Copy, Ono Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Mouths 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. Advertising Rates d6 known on application. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MAliCH 23, 1889. NO. 25. Senator Coke and , Darkey. the Little A Change 111 our Judicial Dis- trict. Soon after the last session of con- gress a number of south western men started home together. There were in the party Senator Coke, Representative Kilgore and Attor- ney-General Hogg, of Texas, Rep- resentative Mausur, of Missouri, and Senator Berry, of Arkansas. All were over six feet high and well in the neighborhood of 800 pounds each. When they reachlpd Louis- ville they had to wait for jail liojir to make railroad connection. They walked up and down lue depot platform for awhile and mnally took i a turn on the street,,''when they' attempted to return /to the depot | they found the gat/es closed and i the gentleman in ^'charge, clothed in a little brief authority, ...

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

r I' I i % Sc. \ ■& n ' • m fbi E 15,. n. tf fc' ( ' jI l.,v, R 9 I THE MOTHER'S TOUCH. ■'Km* unffi'ln urc less tumlcrwiKU tlmn (jail unit luotliui'H.'' • HrmviiiuK. 1 know notliuw 1 li<- |ut8slui,'ymra IIhvo iuimJk m« old l«-du.v, Jr wlmn tluiy cliutiyud my xuuuy luiir To Mombor mIiuiIhh of vriiy; HuW bl nill«lMt him'ijih 'I'lllit HUllhct iflnaiiiH Full mow iicroHB my wa.v ! Tfcfl montlix .soars lia\rn (Iowa slnco f, By to.\rt ami a reams liojfulUxl, S.it iu the 11 ml I lit of iny home, A loved and loviiitf rliiUl, With Hume more bright. And heart, more lifflil.. ili-euimo luy mother Hiullnd. Oh, how it IhrlllH me now to loci, A down tlio waste of yearn, The inu«ie of my mother's touch, Whh'h wiped iii.n ehildhood'a teyrnf Oh, ffeutle hand. With liill'y wand ! It hC.itterH ulljiiy I'eui'M. My Uriel's ami cures are soothed to uhrlit, While in her urnm euresm d, While i-cHt.injr as of old my heiul Uuon her faithful breast. I'lie wutulerins dove, Kor mother love, Flics ta the d...

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

7 alSlfF* J I t PROMINENT PERSONAGES. The Inventive Genius—Servla's Boy-King —The English Spy—Our Represent- ative in the Samoan Trouble. ceRsion of Alexander 1, her son, in> volvea her return from exile. Alexan- der, the now king, is their only off- spring. Milan's reign is made memor- able chiefly by the wars he engaged in. The ex-king is a profligate and a worthless charactor. £ THE liATE JOHN EKICSSON. The designer of the "Monitor," the eminent John Ericsson, whoso death in New York is reported, was born July 81, 1808. His father owned con- siderable property in mines and was a well-to-do man. While not yet in his teens young Ericsson made a minaturo saw-mill and a pumping machine. At twelve he was made a cadet of me- chanical engineers, and at thirteen was one of a corps of surveying engin- eers. Iu 1889 Ericsson came to Amer- ca. His attention after coming was turned to the invention of the Prince- ton, the lirst ship of war to carry her machinery below the water line, be- ...

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

n^ ,i .wT^i?fRr**T•'•r?K "v** ■TTjn Tfw^' " • ~' ■ WEEKLY MOillBI, fUDUHIIK.'l KVKitV BA'irilDAY 1JV W. li. THAGAltDHX. Saturday, March 23,1889. Entered at the post office an second- class matter. Cor.. Robert G. incieiisou- will deliver a lecture at the Academy of Music, New York, on March 24th, for the benefit of the Confed- erate Soldiers' Homo, located nt, Austin, Texas. h V- ■V k~' It th reported that Senator Rea- /gan will ti° to Mass., to engage in the (i^lit soon to begin in that state, for prohibition. Is it true that' men never know when they have ■ enough? / Judge A. li. Norton, < f Dallas, wants In be first auditor of the Treasury, the place now filled by a Texas man, lion. J. Q. Chcno- wortb. Judge Norton is in Wash- ington looking after the matter. A joint resolution was introdu- ced in the linti.-r (if reiT'sentatives on the 1 nth, by Mr. Sorrel to amend the constitution so as to re- quire the payment of poll tax as a prerequisite to voting. This is one, restrictio...

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

1 Kt£k tvty, T -' ■" *rv mm iiix. ??!r-J m VMuntj^g^w^aMja >r -■■ •* ■ ■-« T •*- TIE f,11011 WEEKLY MONITOR, M City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. Minkola i.oikik, No. .r> -', a. k. & a. m„ will hold a stated conimunlcutloii at Ma- sonic Hull on WoiliR'silny April 10th, at 7:!I0 1>. m. Visiting brethren are fraternally Invited. J. H. McDaniei, \V. M. It. M. Ai'.mhtroso, Secretary. KNIGHT OF l'YTHIAS. INKOl.A LODGE, No. 25, meets evciy Tuesday evening, Monitor building. Geo. W. Drnhon, 0. C. J. E. WlI-MAMSON, K. R. 4 S. I. 0. 0. F. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 243, I. O 0 F., meets tlrst and third Monday nights in eaeh month. , .. „ W. T. PtBWOltTH, N. G. j. H. Newsom, Secretary. CHURCHES. Metiiomst—Preaching every 1st and 3rd S(m- days at 11 o'clock a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday tehool every Sunday at 9 a. Baptist—Preaching every '2nd and 4th Sun- days at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. m. H0MRR MAOjg( Pa8,0r. There is not a vacant business house in Mineola. Mi ...

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

W-' W • <: i v • \}s W. '"^3 $HS J^V ■' Ki'<. ' K if$ "-•X" I W? t| ■ •.' tv I ;s £ The MineolaWeekly Moniior M7BU8UKO EVE1U SATUUDAV BY W. B. TEAQARDEN, Editor. ■SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. one year $1 uO Ciif 11 I'll «'* month!) * (our montl h 75 50 Fnter' the postoflico as second- class matter. 1 BR/£fL£T9* The e're.'eton of u mastodon iiss 1 «* iin oartlod in California. Jt i< thirty foot. long, nud l !i tusks between nix mid seven foot In length. A block of lirwood wan recently received (it Portland, Oregon, that was cut from n tree which was one hundred and ill'ty I'cut high to tho llrnt limit. A littlo girl of Poulan, CJa., raised imough peanuts nud sugar-cuno to pay for flvo mid a half acres of laud, und she had enough money left to fcnce it with. Sacramento, Cai., haa paused an ordinance Making it unlawful for any person under aixtecn yearn of uge to smoko cigurnttcH within the city limits. A man at Duitou, Ga., in doing (|uito a business in wulking-ctinOJ, which bo cuts f...

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

°f at gi w ol (IE m jjN u{ GHPiISTIAN ARCHITECTURE. THE EXAMPLE OF NEHEMIAH IS APPLIED TO CHRISTIAN LIFE. Though a Captive, Nehemiah Yearns to Reconstruct the Home of His Father—His Return by Night to the Ruins of the City. J V lSKO(kfci.Yf«, March 17.—At the tabernacle this morning the Eev. T. Do Witt Taluiage. 1>. D., expounded the seventh chapter of KeelL'situiteH. He itlterwurds gave out tho hyoiu beginning, (Irani I 'tin a charitim# sound, Hurmouiuiu to tlio car, which was Kuug liy the vast congregation with inagniliuent effect. The aubjeut of Dr. Tulinage's seimon was, '-The Moonlight ttiile," and the text, Nehemiah ll, 15: ''Then I went up in the night by the brook, and viewed the wall, and turned back, and 'en- tered tlie gate ol' the vulley, and so re- turned." He said: A dead city is more suggestive than a living city—past Koine than present Home— ruinh rather than newly frescoed cathedral liut the best time to visit a ruiu is by moon- light. The Coliseum Is far more la...

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

I I & v j-f- Vijt-■. '■. \ ' * " ' .'T^- ' H. JMp •'J ' •* .'cj/,; ''''1 An Ordinance. An amendment to an ordinance known an tho Scavenger ordi- nance. l'e it ordain< d by the City Coun- cil of the City of Mineola that the ordinance above mentioned be and fg hereby amended as follows to-wit: Sec. 1. To commence after the words privies attached, and read, und in all ease.- where any privy or privies are occupied or used by more than one family, mercantile house, shop or other person or per- sons whatever, the City Scavenger may charge one fee additional for each and every one above named or any person or persons whatever, so using ■ t.rn privy or privies. Sec. 2. And in addition to the duties prescribed by the Scavenger ordinance] il shall furthermore br. the dnl;, of tl.e ( ity Scavenger whcti any per: 'Hi ov persons, shall finiI or refuse to clean their privy within tii' til :• ■ • ribed by the ordinance and die same rshul 1 have become ofl'en live, to make report of lii - M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

i If 1 ''J x )\ SUBSCRIPTION PRICE : Advertising >. One Copy, Ona Year fl.50 One Copy, Six Months .75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MARCH 80, 1889. raado known on application JOB PRI1TIIG J) SPECIALTY. NO 20. Gen. Sain Houston. The following eloquent tribute closed the speech of Hon. J. C. Hutcheson before the House of Representatives at Austin on the 2'2d at the unveiling of the State's portrait of Gen. Houston : I now approach the most pain- ful the most conspicuous and the most praiseworthy and illustrious act of his life. General Houston was, at the outbreak of the war, Governor of this State, still enjoy- ing the confidence and wore the honors of his people. But lie dif- fered from the majority of his countrymen on secession, and, dif- fering, dared to proclaim and ad- vocate the views which were not the passing caprices of the mo- ment, but the convictions of a life- time. He had refused to join m the "Southern addr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

BIBLE .MYSTERIES. : IP' • i I I I I : II s n DR. TALMAGE'S THEORIES CON- CERNING THEM. The Question of Noah's Ailt Expla ned. Th ■ World Created tn S x Dayi—An Old Teatument Wonder — The "Lark Day"—A Point that is Much Oiscuased. Kiiooki.yx, Mure.li -4 —At tlio Taber- nacle I Ills niornlii^. alter expounding Home of .scripture in regard to the !ny*tctlex, itic llev.T. i c\V in Till inugf, l . !>., Ifuvo out the hymn beginning: How firm n foundation, y< MiilntM of tlio I ord, Ik hitil tor your faith In iiiHuxcullout Word. The aubject of hi* aerraon w a i, ►ToiikU Thintrn in the llibli!," and Uiatext, 11 I'etur lit. IK: ' In which lire Home tiling* hard tolie umlcritood." !>§. Tulmugn Mlia: Tim Bible in the wont common aeiieo hook in all tiie world. Hut there arc many thing* in it wnicli require explanation. It all de- pend* on the mood in wbiisli you como to till* grand old book. You may tuke hold of the handle of the aword or it* *barp edge. You may employ on its inyHteric*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

H m t <r 4> ' L A ) m USES OF- ADVERSITY. Mmm wero sick and none were sad, what service could we render! I think if we were always glad We scarcely could bo tender. Did stir beloved never need Our patient ministration, Faith would Brow cold, and miss, indeed. Its sweetest consolation. If sorrows never claimed our heart, And every wish wero to-anted, Patience would die aud hope depart— Life would be disenchanted. OUR ROBIN. GHAPTKH VII (COKTIKUED). 'I'ho distant milage clock booms out 1ho midnight hour, .lack pauses in tho open to listen, und then advances sw iftly to the paling which separates our ground from the meadows. Ap- parently he is gazing at Iho distant trees which overhang tho lake, and presently from tho misty shadows a dim form emerges. For a moment I hide my eyes in Harry's cont sleeve, with a shudder; then the "fascination is upon me, and 1 turn again to watch. There can be no mistake, Across the meadows ad- vances a gliding misty figure. It is ■enveloped in a. g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

I);' ^..WP-H'I T I'.I' I «*■ " " " I' I > ' & 1 i i. ill THE MIHIOU WEEKLY MONITOR, Another Farmers' Institute. II The -i- International i-i Route I'UIIMHIIKD KVI'.ItY batukday by W. B. TEAGABDEN. Entered at tlio poHt ofllco aH second elaKB matter. (Inteanational & Great Northern Railway,) -T. R. BONNEIt and J. M. EDDY, Rcceivers.- Encouraged by the success of the Austin Farmers' Institute, the friends of the movement at the ■- 1 —j request of the farmers of Grimes Saturday, Mill-ell 30,1889. county, will hold an Institute in Navasota on April 2nd and 3rd | And AU points in SOUth" W©St TeXaS. next, and everybody is invited. Application has been made for! T, viwl, , , 4 4i j SHORT T,IM reduced passenger rates over the j railroads, and everything will be II I Papa's boy, Fred (Irant, is to be Minister to Austro, Hungary. done to provide for the comfort of the large gathering which is cx- Austin, San Antonio and Laredo: line to the J|f It is said that Marion Martin is ^\n in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

A 1 I J * i A THE MINEOLA WEEKLY MONITOR, City Directory. LODGES. MASONIC. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 502, A. E. & A. M„ will hold a HtiUuiI lomimmlintloii at Ma- sonic Hull dii Wednesday April lOtli, at 7:80 P. ill. Visltiuif brellireu are frutornnlly tuvilod. .1. E. Mi Hanihi., \V. M. I{. M. Ahmstrono, Secretary. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. MINEOLA LODGE, No. moots every Tiioiduy eveuiiiK. Monitor building. Geo. W. Dknson, 0. C. J. e. Williamson, k. 11. it s. I. o. O. E. MINEOLA LODGE, No. 213, I. O. 0. E., meets tlrst and tliird Monday nights in each niontli. \V. T. l'EUWoitTH, N. G. J. II. Nkwsom, Secretary. ciirnciiKs. Mutiiomst—I'lvacIiliiK every 1st andllrd Sun- days at II o'clock iv. in. and 8 p. m, Sunday school everv Sunday at On. in. M. (!. JENKINS. Pastor. Baptist—1'reachiuK every '-'ud and 4th Sun- days at 11 u. in. and ' p. m, Sunday school every Huuilav lit I' a. ill. IIOMER MAG EH, l'astor. The Methodist church has boon refurnished, the windows beauti- fully stained and otherwise...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

■■.jhUMii i i—nn ■ i iWtit-i--«*i> iWhtfuifnTtf*' The HlneolaWeeklf Monitor Hi iu8bbd KYEBY SATURDAY BT W. B. TEAOARDEN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. oopj, one year 91 CO copy, six months 75 •opy, four months 00 Entered at the postoflioe aa second- class matter. TEXAS LEGISLATURE hu.natk. Sutiktii Day.—Tlic hill requiring in- corporated companies to construct u rail road to huild at Icust ten miles of road t year was tukuii up. An uineii'iineiit was offered by Mr. McDonald exempting sub- arbun railroads and the hill punted. The bill requiring telegraph liliesrunning through or iulo towns ol liititj population Id keep aud maintain ollicew therein wan yawed. The hill preventing trusts passed. The bill preserving to the lieirs action" for damages when the person damaged die*, pushed to engrossment. The bill regit luting the transfer ol judg- menu, und providing lor the reeord of such •ales, woi passed. housb. Hwchbtii Day.—Mr Mulhausen suecccdud ki getting u,> the ssua'o hill to p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

HENRY CLAY'S DESCENDANTS. r '^ 1 0 f y N * K f Most of Them Have Been Brilliant But Sho t Lived. Tlie recent ileiitli of .lolm M. Clay, yoim^c-t 1011 ol' tin* ill.itiligliiHlieil tutes- uian, removed the last Mirvlvoi' of tliat larije and romtirkiible family. i'lie umnc ol Henry Clay is u liotiKehold word in our country. For biui no greater epitnpli could bo written than Ills own great declaration, "I would rather be right than be president." '-Who null* Willi m« coiik'h Hal'u to land." was alike bia 1'itilh or liiH fol- lower*. Wc are not, however, going to write tbe particulars ol'iiis life and charac- ter iu this sketch. but ot bis descendants, sonic of whom have tilled placrs of liotor anil trust, and some of w hom are still tilling such places. '■ASIIL.and"—the ci.ay iiomestkad. In a convolution in regard to Genera 'Washington an inquiry wag n>ade ol Mr. Clay as to liis information ns to certuln vices imparted to the general by tradition. "Ah, said Mr. Clay, "Gen. Washington...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 30 March 1889

- .loawiiwfc-' - -wwrtiiMiini H/ f I* 1> i BP;r I An Ordinance. | Associate Justice Stanley Mat- i thews, of the supreme court of the An amendment to an ordinance! United States, died at hia home in known as the Scavenger ordi- Washington City at 10 a. m. on the nance. 22d. He was born in Cincinnati Be it ordained hy the City Coun-i July 23, 1824. He graduated at cil of the City of Mincola that the ! Kenyon college in 1840 and began ordinance above mentioned be and the practice of law a few years later is hereby amended as follows to-wit: Sec. 1. To commence after the words privies attached, and read, and in all cases where any privy or privies are occupied or used by more than one family, mercantile in Maury county, Tenn. He re- turned to Cincinnati soon after and became engaged in the anti-slavery movements, being in 1849 editor of the Cincinnati Herald, the first anti-slavery newspaper published house, shop or other person or per-1 in that city. He became judge of the sons wha...

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