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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

BP v :;- ,f#> •/f ^ y ™ K ■ If 1 MV, 1 M I Hp/K'.V. > 1 i 1^ i :.-; % i Satf r '!/ ti' I :N -,l •vy v ly t w. ' . The MineolaWeekly Monitor rSBLUBXD EVERY SATURDAY BY W. B. TBAQARDBN, Editor. *-. .. 1 ■! —-- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One copy, one year ; $1 50 One copy, six mouths 70 One eopy, (our months SO Entered at the postoffioe as second- class matter. 1 THE "ARIZONA KICKER." A Few Incidents of Editorial Life In tho Far Southwest. The Detroit I'rco Press takes tho fol- lowing: extracts from the lust issue of tho Arizona Kicker. "Explanatory.—Last week wo an- nounced that we were on tho trail of J. C. Davis, tho Apache avenue grocer, and that this week's Issue would contain an expose calcu- lated to startlo tlio community. Wo had over a column of it iu typo when Mr. Davis called at the Kicker office and subscribed for the paper and gave us a column ad. for a year. "Mr. Davis is not only a genial, wholo-souled gentleman, worthy of a place in our host society, but an enter- prisi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

southern tains and in II contains NO OPIUM In an] form j It rome'lles Allen'al.,iiiiglti l*aiu Inont. The drujful«ta mioak of it ir Mgiving entire Bails faction wlierawr .,50ctsMand$i per Bott le. OTTLHS are put up fur the accom a of all who ilonlre simply GH or CUOUP HEMKDV. a remedyfor (JONS UMPTION NO DISEASE thoulU tec are Large $1 Bottle§. Mothers. Read! Oakland 8ta., Kr., April SI. 1888. •he demand for Allen's Lung Ual> ng constantly. The ladies think there e equal to It for croup and Whooping- C. H. MARTIN. DruKZlst. BY ALL MEDICINE DEAL HEAIMtiHE PoNltlTtlyourcd i > thPHC Little Pills. Tliey also rellavo I)is tress from Dyanepsia.In- cilgostior. and TooHearty Eating. A perfect rem- edy for DizziuoBs.Nansos Drowsiness, Bad Taat* la the Mouth, Coated Tongue,Pain in the Side. rOHMD LIVER. The) regulato the Boweln. Purely Vegetable Price 2K Cents; MEDICINE CO., NEW70a!s> Small Price ElaASEASjj CAC3- For two yearn I had rheumatism so bad that it disabled mo for work and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 20 April 1889

Th r tatj d< £' lu I n. fj tf. K J; ' W>- ■ w Mi ; m, h H r*. . Tlie MlneolaWeeMy Monitor NBUSBID XTEBY SATURDAY BY W. B. TEAQARDBN. Edrtor. "The -i- International -i- Route," (Inteanational & Great Northern Railway,) T. It. BONN EH and J. M. EDDY, Keceivers.- SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. ISaSE Sf Austin. San Antonio and Laredo: South-West Texas. Entered at the poatoffloe aa second- class matter. |, And All Points in Lifo THE "ARIZONA KICKER.** A Few Incldento of Editorial In the Far Southwest. J ho Detroit Froo Press takes the fol- lowing extracts from the lust issue of the Arizona Kicker. "Explanatory.-Last week wo an- nounced that we wero oa tho trail of J. c. Davis, the Apaeho avenue groccr, and that this week's Issue would contain an expose calcu- lated to startle tho community. YVo had over a column of it in typo w|101l Mr. Davis called at the Kicker olfic us v cohim'btiH ff°rthe pap01' urjd ?'ive 1 us a column ad. for a year. "Mr. Davis is not only a jrcnhi) wholo-soulod gen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

I '"hfft - p ",v;, HHR "" -4 V ' h |De- lK tf . Mo Mo. * rma. und l Irma. Lhout ■ El |Texas Time juired any of gent, |i Pas- Texas. ! mger SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Liberal Discounts to Clubs. Advertising R made known on appli VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY. APRIL 27, 1889. NO. 30. THE FINISHED WORK. A List of Bills by Captions, Enacted by the Twenty-first Legislature. [Continued from last Week.] [Space will permit publication of the captions only.] An act to grant a new charter to the city of El Paso, approved March 2, 1889. An act supplemental to an amendatory of an act passed at the present session of the Twenty-first legislature, approved February 15, 1889, entitled an act to amend an act to designate what counties shall compose the Twenty-ninth judicial district of the State of Texas, and to fix the times of holding courts therein, approved April 30, 1887; approved March 5, 1889. An act to amend section 26, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

& ir "7* k K ). :i I I I if: C- I I T A Vast Multitude are Enlightonod by the Rov. Talmago. He Usas "Aromatice For Eastor" as a Subject Which Ho Ably Handles. Hi-' Descriptivo Powers ar.; Remarkable in His Telling Discourse. Huooki.yn'. April ai.—A vast multitude attended tho Kuster services at tlio lirook l.vn tabernacle this inoniiiiK. Tho tiows, tbo aisles mill nil ilm adjoining rooms were thro nveil, and multitudes on tint Htivol coulil not iroln an entrunco. |{ov. 'J'. Do Witt Ttil inline. I J. 1)., preuched on the sub ioe;, "Aroinutles for KusUr" The pulpit and galleries ol tho church had eluboratc Moral decorations. Tbo congregation sang the opening byiini: Wi! jirilUt' I line, II (i u|, fur till* Hon of Iliy luvc, I mi .V«_• m 11« wJiii illfil will |m now ironr iilimi', Dr. TnltnutfO tool; two, texts. I.uko xxiv, 1: "Bringing the spices which thu.v had prepared." I Corinthians \v, 5:1: "The tlMmjict slittll sound.'' He said : Kiiehntitlng work have I before me this Kaste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

erj ordinary building, a square house marriage," she said, ''and besides, Laurie is coming home, so I'm better JUSTiCE OK J. nH CiODS. away "W The Secret Will Out—"Vengeancs is Mine—I Will Repay Saith the Lord." "I wish you weren't going away, Ada." Baid Capt. Walton. "Why on eartn should you go to Irkham for Christmas, instead of spending it in London?" i He was engaged to Ada Dennett, and was a masterful lover; passionate—in- deed, almost too passionate for the shy-eyed, timid girl at his side—but masterful and accustomed to have his own way with men and women. Yet, in suite of his strength of will, little Ada might have had the firmness to with- stand his wishes and decline his love, if it had not been backed up by the aunt who so often assured her she had "been more than a mother to her"— ves, far more!—and by her sister Helen. Helen Bennett—no one ever thought of calling her Nellie—was what is gen- erally termed a "nice, sensible sort of girl." the sort of girl who does not let...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

nggnm hi w. > ■- t THE MIHEOLt WEEKLY MONITOR. PDBLHHBD KVKBY SATURDAY T W. U. TEAOAHDEN. Saturday, April 27,1S89. Entered it the poit office ee aecoad* clue matter. Spades end Winchesters rule in OUahom* now. A uuabteb section of Und etn be bought in Oklahoma next year for a saddle pony. No charge for the pointer. Some of Mr. Harrison's selec- tions are, beyond houbt, envoys extraordinary.—Houston Post. With the accent ou the extraor- dinary.—Democrat and Reporter. It seems to be the prevailing opinion that they are very ordi- nary, with accent on the very. and hiB friends are right. The man who believes that it is the duty of the government to subsi- dize and support special interests with which he is connected has no business in the Democratic party, and the sooner he gets eut the better for himself and the party.— Fort Worth Gazette. If there is any one principle of the Democratic creed more distinc- tive and time honored than an- other, it is that which forbids spec- ial pri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

K $BS| ^ ,1." . -;v, ™ .•{•:• '• • •-• • V ^ * U • "Fs " • *•> ■■ • ■< *LA WEEKLY MONITOR b fcy Directory. p LODGES. MASONIC. M.A LODGE, NO. 502, A. F. & A. M„ I BOid * stated communication at Ma- ll on Wednesday May 15th, at 7:80 vUltluf brethren are fraternally invited. T J. K. McDamiel, W. M. A **t*onq, Secretary. KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. LODGE, No. 25, meets ever} ' evening. Monitor building. „ GEO. W. DINBOM, C. C. B- VIUUHOX, K. K. & S. i. o. o. r. riNIOLA LODGE, No. 248, I. O. O. F. , meet* Ant and third Monday nights la I month. _ W. T. Pbbvtobth, N. G. B. Hiwiok, Secretary. !te&. CHUBCHES. '.ttlODIiT—Preaching every lit andSrd Sun • *t U o'clock a. m. and I p. m. Sunday 'MMl every Snnday at a. m. M. G. JENKINS. Pastor. Preaching every Sunday except the Service! at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Sunday ol every Snnday at a. m. HOMER MAGEE, Pastor. RAILROADS. Local Time Table. Texas & Pacific. Arrives. Departs. 1. 1 2:00 p. m. 2:20 p. in. 1. 2 12.20 p.m. 12:40 p.m. >...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

w t IvJ . v Tbe MlneolaWeekly Monitor Washington xjjws. frvbubheo evert satcbdat br W. B. TEAOARDBN, Editor. « H i i . — . SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. Om copy, one year $1 80 On* copy, alx months 75 Om Mpy, four month • SO "" 1 - ' ' * Entered at the postoffiee aa second- class matter. DOMESTIC N i:\VS. Sensational Bank Robbery. Oiiyknxk, Wyo., April 18.—Shortly filter the hunk opened tuis morning an unknown cowboy rodi; u|), entered ami presented a check lor Silt to C'uiihier .sinitli, who was alone ut the time. Smith turned towuid the window to examine the wilting uml on turning his lace toward the man found himself covered Willi a slxshootor. The man said: "The check ix no uood, but 1 want cuhIi all the saino." Smith demurred mid the man tlireatened lo shoot, where- upon lie handed him all the cash out 01 the Hnle, amounting to over $10iH). Tbe rohher took tills and a wl lichen- ter rifle standing near the cashier, hacked to the door, jumped upon Iiih horse uml rode over the Wyoming line...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

If J w* * K\ m i 'I >n.Jv 'uS, , Vf> k. ** 1 Prominent Clergymen, Physic!*.!, nnd Ml claiit's ol eitlzeus are unanimous in tlie inuorseuiem <>t Salvation Oil, tlie great oure tor ltlieumalUm. l'rlce only cents a bottle. At all Druggists. Young ladies, on the eve ot marriage, now give "'spinster dinner*,'' t wliicli female Irlends only are eutertaine l. Tlicy are al- lowed lo talk ol everything, and never fail to mentinn the iuiqiltous curative benefits of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup that cures all cough, cold, bronchitis, uruiiii. and sore throat. A beautiful scarf pin has n sherry colored tiv&z rimmed with a circle ol small diamonds of unusual luster. What will cure the worst case ol dyk pepsla? Wlut will insure a hearty appetite and increased digestion!' What will cure general debility and give a new lease ot life? What will dispel nervous depression and low spirits? What will restore ex- hausted mothers to full strength? What will strengthen nerves and muscles? What wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 27 April 1889

CITATION. If THE STATE OF TEXAS. In the District Court, Spring term, A. D. 188!). To tlx; Sheriff or any Constable ,o Wood county—Greeting: You are hereby commandcdThat by making Publication of this Cita-J tion in some newspaper published in the county of Wood, for four weeks previous to the return day hereof, you summon J. F. ITalev whose residence is unknown, to be and appear } eforc the Dis- trict Court to be holden in and for the County of Wood, State of Texas, at the Court House thereof, ut the town of Quitman on the lilth Monday after the 1st Mon- day in January, A. D. 188'J, then ami there to answer the petition of S. Munzesheimer, filed in said Court on the 14th day of March A. D. 1880, in substance as folllows, to-wit: That on the 15th day of October, A. D. 1880, said J. P. Haley exe- cuted and delivered to James Stroud his two certain promisory notes for the sum of SI,829 each, and due as follows: One due the lf>th day of Dec., A. D. 1887, and one due December the loth,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

i J SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, four Months 50 Llberul Discounts to Clubs. Advertising Rates made known on application. — • —-—mum 1 —• JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY. VOL. XII. MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY. MAY 4, 1889. NO. 31. THE FINISHED WORK. A List of Bills by Captions, Enacted by the Twenty-first Legislature. [Continued from last Week.] [Space will permit publication of the captions only.] An act to diminish the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the county courts of La Salle and Mills coun- ties, approved March 27, 1889. An act to amend article 3122a of the revised civil statutes of the State of Texas, in relation to land- lords and tenants, as amended by the Sixteenth legislature, page 128, approved April 22, 1879; approved March 28, 1889. An act to amend section 40, chapter 25, of the acts of 1885, entitled an act to amend chapter 49, of the acts of 1883, entitled an act to amend chapter 48 of the acts of 1887, and an act to amend s...

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

SELIM THE FAITHFUL, OR A PERSIAN LOVE STORY- Vb* Star of His Heart—The-Shadow of ttic-Sulten's-Hand—The Fidelity of True Love. .1, booth liH Kiiarded7n|<on«-d his eyes to 'r wero eonolud inl th«'Toon tl,."ir fl111 width, and looked btirdoned n wilh 'J'hooun hn wore was made iiCL^ 1°- of an old nieco of '.tuff that had once One midday, a little less than 200 ; cars ago, Naishapur prayer which cites before eating his second meal. It was in that prosperous period when the expulsion of the Turks from the province of Khorassan was almost an old story—on« of the tnnny lrgiixU of patriotic conquest told of the war- liko Shah Abhus—and when the newer invasion by as tierce a foe was as yet in the andreairied-of-future. The '>rilliant sun, now right over- head, d. w a burning line along the middle ti lengthy streets, wIioho pro- jecting roofs and overhanging balcon- ies of latticed wood kept them at all other times of the day in complete shadow. Through the open gates could bo seen to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

• */ ( AS ELECTRICAL DISCOURSE. Tho Fomous and World Ronowned brooklynite Enlightens the Masses. A T rrv y The lev. Talmago UBed for a Subjoct, "The Lord Oponed the Eyes of the young- Man aud He £hw All." UttooKLTX, April :JS.—At tho Tabornaele to-day, the Kev. T. DeU itt Tulmugo, 1). D., preached a sermon appropriate to tlio com- ing centennial. Tho vast congregation sang tho hymn beginning: llcfiM Jehovah's uwful llirone, Yo inidoiiti, tow Willi microti J ya. Dr. Talmnge's text was II Kings vi, 17: "Ana tho Lord opeucd tho eyes of the young man; and ho saw: and, behold, tho mountain was full of horses and chariots of lire round about Elisha.'' Ho said. As it cost England many regiments ana two million dollars a year to keep safely a troublesome captive at St. Helena, so tho king of Syria sowls out a whole army to rapture ouo minister of religion—perhaps no,00() men to take Elisha. During tho night t'no army of Assy nans camo around tho village of Dotlian, where the prophet was sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

KS J. it I. I I i ::g*.y- y^-^E^rrxygJv jg.TttMflgs.'cggf TIE MIKEOlt WEEKLY IMITOil, fuiimhuku KVKHV HATUltDAY 1IY XV. H. TKAOAUDI3K. THK ROAI> r,A\V. 8atimlny, May 4^ 1889 Entered at the post office as second- clans matter. Mr. Clarkson is getting quite a reputation as a fourth-class man. With Senator Sherman in ' Eu- rope (luring the summer, and the Republicans raging over the cili- ces, Gen. Greely may safely pre- dict an extra hot season.—Ex. Perhaps Mr. Harrison fears that Col. Dudley, if invited to dine at the White House, would want to cut the pie in five pieces.—Ex. The Ohio pauper procession should be headed toward the pros- perous and tarili'-fed East. (Jive the plundered South a chance.— Courier Journal. The Weimar Mercury came duly to baud us an exchange lliis week. It is an excellent publication and is quite creditable to that enter- prising "prairie city." President Harrison, in paying Johnnie Davenport, is simply pay- ing the Harrison election expenses out of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

.'/nr ^ ■L'grvrrvr i THE MUEOU WEEKLY MONITOR. City Directory. LODGES, MASONIC. MINEOLA I.0D01C, No. 502, A. 1''. & A. M„ will hold a muted I'omimmlcutimi lit Mii- sunlc Hull mi Wednesday May l'th, at 7:::o V. m. VlaltliiK brethren are fraternally invited. .1. F. mCimniki, w. M. E. M. AitMSTito.no, Secretary. KNIGHT OK PYTHIAS. MINKOLA LODGE, No. 25, meet* every Tuesday evening, Monitor building. Geo. w. Denson, C. C. j. e. williamson, k. r. & k. I. O. O. F. 1NKOI.a LODGE, No. 248, I. O. O. F. meets llrst aud third Monday ni«lits lu month. W. T. 1'kuwortii, N. G. J. H. Newsom, Secretary. XOTTCE. CHURCHES. Methodist—Preaching every 1st and 3rd Sun days at 11 o'clock a. m. aud <8 p. in. Sunday school everv Sunday at !l a. in. M. G. JENKINS. Pastor. Baptist—Preaching every Sunday except the flth. Services at 11 a. in. and 8 p. in. Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a. ra. HOMER MAGEE, Pastor. RAILROADS. Local Time Table. Texas & Pacific. Auuivks. Departs. No. 1 2:00 p. m. 2...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

The MineolaWeekly Monitor Is E& fVBUUBED EVERT SATUHDAY BY W. B. TEAQARDBN, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION I'RICE. On* copy, one year II 60 One copy, six months 70 One copy, four months 60 Xntered at the postoffiee m aeoood- olaas matter. SOUTHERN FARM NEWS Farm Notes. Early spring is tbo best time to bo gin preparation* for tho autumn fail's Good tools are usscntial to good farming, a saving in time and cost of labor. Sheep husbandry is very poor busi- ness for a farmer who is not acquainted with it and lias little aptitude for learning. Enough sleep is absolutely required- enough to restore jailed faculties—and failure to get it is sure to be followed by loss of powers. A farm horse that steps briskly at. the plough, or harrow, or mower, is worth much more than another equally good in appearance, but a slowpoke It is never wise to change a course of farming until the new plan is ex amincd carefully to find whether ii may have advantages over the old. 9 The costliest stable in the world ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

74v 'ftTV rJ •> ' '"A1 : " i« WINGED MISSILES. ii* f r A mUUon-iiJund bank uoto U kept at tlie liank of England. A western circus manager says tlio tent eliow business is on the decline. There is a man in Hartford who. ha* worked at forty-six different trades. There arc 033 newspapers and periodicals published in foreign languages in this re- public. Now York has a prodigy in the forin of n flvo-year-old boy wlio speaks Greek und Latin. A Providence newsboy, who returned o $r> gold pieco given him iu mistake for a cent, was rewarded with a nickel. More than twenty million acres of land in Washington Territory, or nearly one-hall the whole urea, remain uiisurveyed. Kussian statesmen, l'rom Count Tolstoi down, are aiding in the organization of so oietios for the prevention and suppression ol inebriety. Some popular entertainments in tho west nro "Hainbow Teas," Bachelors' Meets," '•Toast and Cheese," and the "Eclipse Sur- prise Party." Tho principal Instructor in a Baltimore com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 4 May 1889

yyrrrraerr -vyrirj.v:~Trr.r awapnKW: CITATION. II )) TIL!': STATE OF TEXAH. In 1 he District Court, Spring term, A. I). 1889. T< tli" SlieiiH' or any Constable Wood county—Greeting: You arc hereby coinmandedThat by making Publication of this Cita- tion in some newspaper published jn the county of Wood, for four weeks ])revious to the return day hereof, you summon J. F. Hal ey whose residence is unknown, to be and appear before the Dis- trict Court to bo holden in and for the County of Wood, State of 'Texas, at the Court House thereof, in the town of Quitman on the 10th Monday after the 1st Mon- day in January, A. D. 1889, then and there to answer the petition •of S. Mnnzeshcimer, filed in said Court on the 14th day of March A. D. 18H9, in substance as folllows, to-wit: That on the 15th day of October, A. D. 188(5, said J. F. Haley exe- cuted and delivered to James Stroud bis two certain promisory aiotes for t,be sum of $1,329 •each, and duo as follows: One duo the 15th day of Dec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 18 May 1889

THE A hist of Bills by Captions, Enacted by the Twenty-first Legislature. [Continued from last AVeek.] {"Space will permit publication 01 tho captions only.] .An act to amend chapter 15 of title 17 of the revised statutes of the State of Texas by the addition of articles 772a, 772b, 772c and 77'2d, approved April 4, 1889. An act t( amend section 2(5 of an net entitled an act to establish and maintain a system of public free "schools for the State of Texas, and to repeal so much of chapter 8, title 78 of the revised civil statutes of Texas as refer to public free schools outside of incorporated cities and towns, assuming or hav- ing assumed control of their public free schools, and all laws and parts of laws in conflict with said jicfc, approved April 4, 1889. An act to amend article 339, athuorizing the superintendent of public buildings and grounds to remove the safe from the temporary capitol to the office of the superin- tendent of public instruction, ap- proved March 19, 1889. A...

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