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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

i ?. ,j*>' • j V.? OT'W r.,;;..,;:.,r. "jf^f jpPMHI 1. The Mineola Weekly Monitor. 8UBSC'UIPT1 OX PliR'E : One Copy, Ona Year $1.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Official Directory. DISTRICT OFl'lCKKB. Judge 7th Judicial District—Hon. Felix J. McCord, Tyler, Texas. * District Attorney 7 th Judicial District —R. N. Stafford, Mineola, Texas. Camp, Gilmer, II. Vorhees, State Senator—F. L Texas. Itepreseutative—John Quitman, Texas. COUNTY OFFICERS. County Judge—C. W. Raines, Quit- man, Texas. County Attorney—W. A. Hart, Quit- man, Texas. Sheriff—15. F. Smart, Quitman, Texan. County Clerk—J. H. Jones, Quitman. Dis't Clerk—I. W. Robbins, Quitman. Treasurer—S. H. Hart, Quitman, Tex. Assessor—G. W. Cowan, Quitman, " Collector—F. M. Dyer, Quitman. " County Survoyor—G. AV. Marr, Quit- man, Texas. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. C. W. Raines, President. Commissioner Precinct No. 1.—W. R. Blalock, Quitman, TexaB. Commissioner Precinct No. 2.—J. M. Drew, Mineola, Texas. Commissioner ...

Publication Title: Mineola Monitor, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

J'#'- "t — . ^ SE1' ' * -A' ' W: ' ■'■ -%'■ Kk; Iff v> Br. MSMiv, • . ' W.-y &$■ ?'*'■ Cbs *'■ I 1 m •* Tlie Mineola Weekly Monitor PUBLISHED INVEST SATURDAY "CATS ft TEAOARDEN. Br SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, One Tear $1.60 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 60 Intered at the postofflce as second class matter. OINT3 OF HUMOR. Customer: "This stuff is not fit for a hog to eat." Waiter: "All right, sor. jn't ate it"—Texas SifUngs. )ude: "Miss, will you allow me to acoompany youP" Indignant female "Sir, do you think for a momont " Dude: "Me think I Good gwaclous, do ok as if I could thinkP"—Mocking Hook Bird. He: "Yes, Miss lun, I am wedded to my profession." Sho (with a far- away expression and a High): "How jjinvy your profession.,r Thon they Sotn blush and change tlio subjocf reek's Sun. Polite clerk: "Would you like to see some nico ladies' wcari*'' Old lady (from the country): '-Liko to see somo nice-ladles swear! No, nor boar 'em, cither. Nico ladios never swe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

I K. iv il ^ h >■, ) |l " 1 l FOOD FOB. INVALIDS. Amoug common substitutes for solid food for invalids are tho following: Arrow-root.—Upon a tablespoonful cf arrow-root pour sullicient cold water, make it into a paste, then add 'boiling milk until it becomes thick; sweeten it with powdered loaf sugar, 'and season it with a little nutmeg. Rice.—Wash and pick two or throe ounces of the best rice, boil in sweet milk until quite soft, sweeten and Reason with nutmeg. Gruel.—Mix one tablcspoonful ot oatmeal thoroughly with tlireoitable- (Spoonfuls of cold water; a pint o'f boil- ing water should then be carefully add- ed, and boiled for five minutes, stir- ring it all the time to prevent the oat- meal from burning, after which it must be strained, to separate the undis- solved parts of the meal from the gruel. To increase tho nutritive qual- ity of tho aliment, broth or milk may be substituted for water. Jelly of Iceland Moss.—Take of Ice- land moss four ounces; .water, two quarts; boi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 26 May 1888

•k " W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgeon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In • PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. 8 ; f®S i. I" Tribute of Reapcct. Al.l'I.Sli Col'Sl II., A. OK 11., Mtswy.x, Trx.ts, May 2r , IKfW. Ueo. C. UcvvtM, Uraud Coiiiiiiuiutur: Your committee, ttppoliitotl to submit an expression of the Respect of tliin Council for the memory of our deceased Companion, Mrs. A deli it F. Druiiiniond, respectftilly report: That whereas, on the 20tli day of May, 18IJ8, a summon issued from tlieHuprcme Council of the universe, Inking from among us our respected and beloved companion, Adki.ia F. I>iujmmo.ni>, Resolved, That while we sustain that which appears to he a cruel bereave- ment, wo how to its mandates in implicit confidence that every act of that. Supreme Commander points to the ultimate ac- complishment, of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

* : ri f f i I ■ £<•; • • , \ VOL. XI. MINEOU. TEXAS. SATURDAY, JUNE 2. 1888. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 1). B. HART. JNO. T. CKADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mjneoj .v, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State ami the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. GATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Oilers his professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding conn- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State Tyler. praci and the Federal court at VY. M. GILES, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. R. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, an d Rea! Estate Agent, Mineola, Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds. Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and 111- vestigate land titles; render arid pay taxes on same. To the Tyler Democrat and Re- porter ; The voice of the democ- racy of Texas was heard at Fort Wort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

- I THE LAME TOOK THE PREY *>8T SUNDAY'S 8ERVICE8 IN THE BROOKLYN TABERNACLE. !!& m MB 1 m ■ ifji f v t Talanage Bays That la the Army or Ch*ls Too Manjr Wwi to bo Com- M and on — Tho Church Need* More Earnest Workers In tho Ranks. Brooklyn, May 27.—At the Taberna- cle this morning the Rev. T. De Witt Tal- mage, D. D., read the account of the man helpless at the Beautiful Gate of tlio Temple. Ho then gave out the hymn beginning: A cloud o( witnesses around Hold tliee in full survoy; Forgot tho Btops already trod. And onward urge thy way. The subject of the eloquent doctor's •discourse wan: "Disabled Hunters Bring- ing Down tho Most Game." His text was from Isaiah xxxiii, 23: "Tho lame take tlio prey." Following is tho ser- mon: Tlio utter demolition of tho Assyrian host was here predicted. Not only robust men should go forth and gather the spoil.' i'f conquest, but even men crippled ■of iifin mid crippled of foot should go out uihI capture much that was valuable. Then physica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

A \ STRANGE FREAK OF A GHOST. BODIES TURNED INTO 8TON& ,x An Illuminated Specter In Teut tbat Nightly Hangi Itself to « tree. Strang rumors have been rite in Madisonville, Texas, to the effeot tbat a ghost could bo seen suspended from the Identical tree upon which an out- law by the name of Bod Page had been hanged. Several parties, says the Madisonville Watchman, reported that on riding along the road, which runs within twenty paces of the tree on which Page was hanged, they had seen, hanging in midair, a ghost-lilce figure at least eight feet in length, and which emitted a pale, silvery light It created such excitement that a crowd was made up, headed by Sheriff F. M. Black, to go down and investi- gate. Accordingly, at 9 o'clock that night a crowd of about twenty-live proceeded to the placo whore tte gob- lin materialized. They rode forward, and there stood the tree upon which Page had paid the last groat ponaltv, but no ghost, goblin or anything else was to be seen. Just the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

'■"wweagf' W H*|S $L>& m * &> ■&. • &■ ■) ; ■ i i Bwi r |. I I i: I f>3? fe' 1 *g.. a ; ii Ita liiMli lukly loittor. nmUBHID ivkiv utvkday by O^fe A Teagarden. Saturday, June 8, 1888. Entered at the p<wt oflico as second- class matter. Announcement l(ut«8. Congress.... (15 00 State Senate 15 00 District Judge 15 00 District Attorney 10 00 Representative 10 00 €ounty Officers 5 00 Precinct Officers 2 50 The above rates will not lie deviated from under nuy circumstances. All re- quests for announcements must uk ac- companied by the cash. No attention will )>e paid to any announcement re quested unless the money comes with It. Don't ask for credit as it will not be extended to any one under any circum stances. Catk & Tkaoardkn, Publishers. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For-Congress. We are authorized to announce Hon. C. B. KiijMoke for re-election to Con grass from the Third Congressional Dis- ''' Wet. For County .Tim1#«. We are authorized to announce C. W. Rainks a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

I ^gmnnmpi X 1 fj t i B> The Mlneoli Weekly Monitor. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Copy, Ona Year $1.60 One Copy, Six Months .75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Official Directory. district officers. # Judge 7th Judicial District—Hon. Felix J. McCord, Tyler, Texas. District Attorney 7th Judicial District —U. N. Stafford, Mineola, Texas. State Senator—F. L. Camp, Gilmer, Texas. Representative—John H. Vorhees, Quitman, Texas. county officers. County Judge—C. \V. Raines, Quit- man, Texas. County Attorney—W. A. Hart, Quit- man, Texas. Sheriff—B. F. Smart, Quitman, Texas. County Clerk—J. H. Jones, Quitman, Dis't Clerk—I. W. Bobbins, Quitman. Treasurer—S. H. Hart, Quitman, Tex. Assessor—G. W. Cowan, Quitman, " Collector—F. M. Dyer. Quitman. " County Surveyor—G. W. Marr, Quit- man, Texas. county commissioners. C. W. Raines, President, Commissioner Precinct No. 1.—W. R. Blalock, Quitman, Texas. Commissioner Precinct No. 2.—J. M. Drew, Mineola, Texas. Commissioner Precinct No. 3.—P. M. Faulk, Hawkins,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

IM**. Sgh *v> HSB TIm Mlfieola Weelly Monitor 1 iSfrei 3r=.V Kffv - 81 > - tim mt M- It- wrm uwaoAg mg CAT! 4 TtAOARPRM. I SUBBCBiraOH PRICE: £ Copy, OH* *>•>... *. .....11.00 Copy, Wx Month* .T5 Copy«FoorMontlu..... M the poatofflo* to Motd AND DB8PAHUNO. 111., May 84.—The graat Which now. prcvai|f albng the sslppi river has new been equaled except in 1891. The government gauge bow marks ltt feet 0 inches, being seven Inches higher than during the great Hoo4 of 1881. Above and bolow Quinoy there are over 10%- miles of levees for the protection of fully 300,000 acres of iid. H1W8 Of THE WEEK. the first break idia Urn* On Sunday Tioming tl •occurred on <*.ie of thei bank incuts, 'known as Indian *irav« levee, Durln/ the day two otlutv crev- asses occurred, and the river pomvul through the opening with an ominous roar. Every moment incr«*sed the crevassu, <(rid the volume of the;gveat flood that was to carry d«s*r.-ii(iti«n in Its pathway. Tnirtyiflve homos .were ^er...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

* • 1 s •J? ATEST OF CHARACTER Sviilcli bat lloon Suetulued for Many Year*. ' it often takes a man years to build up a *l Jatlou, uud what bettor proof ol charac- ter ,.vy><re thai) a Ufa (pent la rendering as- lgtam> JO suffering mankind 1 Unquestion- ably ttierlNiuoue; uud tt ago Is a lest ol character, remedies of Dr. Radway are thoroughly eefsbllalied lu the estimation o( the public, (or there 1s a continued demand (or them even alter years o( use. New reme- dies are brought out dally, and tor a brief time their virtues are exalted as a panacea (or every ill that llesh Is heir to. In a great many cases the remedies are extensively ad- vertised, and the proprietors thereof rely more upon the (alth o( the patleut In their efficacy than upou any curative powers which they possess. There are very (ew (proprieta- ry medicines which have stood the test of time, aud for which, even after being years before the public, there is au Increased demand. Among this number, perhaps th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 2 June 1888

8 t-i I f, /., r m-i.. i J&llfet' ■ ''V W£. ■ 4 •: *kitaSS £; ' ■■ ■ ... * '-/JLi..- — mm- - Mfftssm+m- ■ mm A W. L. ANDUE WS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgcon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. Smith County Trimming*. The schools arc all doing well. "What's in a name?" A great deal if it lie that of Washington or Najioloon or ail historical hero. The mere mention Wo notice Summer Hill, at Omen, i of a name often elicits a storm of ai>- one of the very bent Hfhools in the )>lause from a sympothetic audience, it state: Starrville. under the man- tho I'hUosophy of advertising that actorw adopt a Hta^e name. Man< vol wtate; Stunviile, under the man agementof Prof. H. Fowler; Hope- well, Prof. Dean : * Mt. Sylvan, Prof. McBride; Lindale, Prof. Ma- gee—all doing well. In fact, Smith county will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

0 \ 1 1 I" M J 7 s MINEOLA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1888. NO. 37. VOL. XI. TARIFF DISCUSSION. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. U. HART. JNO. T. CKADDOCK. HART & CRADDOCK, Attorneys - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Practice in the District and inferior courts of the State and the Supreme and Federal courts at Tyler. HORACE M. CATE, Attorney - at - Law, Mineola, Texas. Oilers liis professional services to the people of Wood and surrounding coun- ties. Will practice in all the courts of the State au<l the Federal court at Tyler. W. M giles, Attorney - at - Law, M in koi, a, Texas. \ II. N. STAFFORD, Attorney - at - Law, a n d Real Estate Agent, Minkoj,a, Texas. Will practice in all the courts of the Seventh Judicial District. Special at- tention given to collections of all kinds, i Remittances promptly made. Will also buy and sell and rent real estate and in- vestigate land titles; vender and pay taxes on same. Selections from the Rccent De- bate, taken from the Con- gressional Record. The fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

V, * iSWMtWW**#*' Trr m tSACRAEENTAI DAY. New Converts Ransomed From the Guilt Tftlmage's Discourse Upon the A«p.Min- ■tlon-Thrilling Narrative of the Cruol- ™on of Our Saviour. . ®*POK''Tl«| June 3.—The congregation at •as Tabernacle aanar this morning: *Td ling the precious blood IIo inllt, MJ rfMom from the dreadful guilt." This la Sacramental Day, and a largo ■umber of peraone Joined the church, making «M communicant memberahlp four thousand, one hundred and ninety-four. But tbls Is only a part of the great attendance tbat Sun- day mornlnga and evenings overflow the Im- menae audience rooin. The Kev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. D., took for his text the passage: "Whosoever dotU not bear bis cross, antl come after Me, cannot be My disciple." Xuke, Ch. 14, v. 27. He preacbodi the follow- ing acrmon: The croaa was a gibbet on which criminals were put to death. It waa sometimes mudo In the shape of tbo letter T, sometimes lu tho shape of the letter X, sometimes lu the shape ■Of the letter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

, •x.-nw.u'i r v. , V ♦ / fV r 1 I. i li TIE HERDS AND THE FLOCKS. SHEEP NOTES. The sheep buyers on the St. Louis .( market now want shorn sheep, and not iheep with the wool on. The run of muttons from the south- ern section of the State is about over. Walter Negley and B«rt Simpson both have sent their last shipment north this week. Marfa: John Cvosson says their lamb crop is excellent this season. He estimates it at 4000 head. He says Lawrence Haley's wop will exceed the above figures. , The mutton btrsiness gained some- / thing by reason of high prices, but Ulieei) arc being shorn and the mutton markets will have to be watched closely. San Angelo: W. E. Murphey came in from Ins ranch yesterday and reports bis lamb crop at over 100 per cent. This is undoubtedly the finest lambing season this oowntiry has experienced for years. The Southern Pacific has made the following order as to what constitutes a double-deck car-load of sheep or fjoats, regardless of size : 28-foot, 100 lead; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

y: ■ •'' •"• irfltfliiwvrfii in""^-" -- .:***• * twiiitaMMMMwutt-MMhtMWMi •• « • *•* -■■'«(< ?* ■' wwwi'■">-' ir ''•:••/!WWSi?T .A&aait& I H; vi fej . Sfc ■ \, E* ; l,A V f,;:' P; •; BrH (T >' tf r'' I! fc." M !' V I t; ik. ! i f fM r £ Uw «i«r tL ■>-• Til Mloiolt Weekly Monitor. publiiiiku kvekv hatiuijay by Cate A Teagarden. Saturday, June 9, 1888. Entered at the post oilicu a.s second- cljistt matter. 5ft til tbv •nd w, burden v. it Is not t>. (tan see 1- • bleM' ' T Aniiouiiceiiient Hates. CongresN $15 00 State Senate 15 00 District Judge 15 00 District Attorney 10 00 Representative 10 00 County Officers 5 00 Precinct Officers 2 50 Tho above rates will not he deviated from umlei any clrcuuiKtiuicu*. All u - quests for announcements .mi'ht bk ac- companied by tlie cash. No attention will be paid to any announcement re- quested unless the money comes with it. Don't ask for credit as it will not he extended to any one under any circum- stances. Oath A Tkaoako...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

1 The Mlmoli Weekly Monitor. " SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: I One Copy, Ona Year fl.50 One Copy, Six Months 75 One Copy, Four Months 50 Hughes! Blackberry Cordial at R. S. Brock's saloon. No. 30, lm Famous Old Yannissee Whisky at R. S. Brock's saloon. No. 30, lm Oil Matting ) In endless quantities at S. R. Bruce & co'8. —L. B. Turman's ice cream par- lor is the resort now. Open all hours day and night. —The ladies are requested not to forget Bake Turman's ice cream parlor. —Caspary will sell you a nice suit of clothing for lees money than any man in Mineola. Choice steak for 10 cents per pound at Druniniond's market. The Monitor's sanctum was gladdened one day this week by the receipt of a lot of the finest peaches of the season a present from our friend Jas. L. Ray. Mr. E. J. Buck, the enterprising proprietor of the market garden and fruit farm near the city, places ns under many obligations for a JL.-*ox of fine peaches presented us * Tuesday. Dr. N. C. Ogllvic, Dentist of Longview, Te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

4s i f"'.'-liff WMii wfcftillyitf' Vis * •' ^^P(|g^^<fcap^i irii[i^gg|MTOT'ffft\y M> & i S;-. The MlBeoU Wiwklj Monitor CATS « TBAOARDKN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: S^Copj.OjwTjNHP.. .I1.M * SW. 81* Vnthi • Copy, V< - ••*••••••• Intend at the |wtol«i u second ON 'CHANGE. m Unchanged, Futures I 3 Points Higher—Money •pot Cotton I to From Market was Haay. cotton markets. New Orleans.—Cotton—Spot closed easy and unchanged; futures steady at, •n advance of from i to 8 points; sales 8600 bales. New York.—Cotton—Spot firm and unchanged. Ordinary, 7Jc; good ordinary. 8 l-lflc; low middling, 0 0-15c; midd}ing,_ 10c; good middling lOJc Futures dull ly, 1 to 8 points up, closed quiet middling fair, io l5-10c. put steady, 1 to 8 points up, c but steady. Sales 82,800 bales. Galveston.—Cotton—Spot quiet and unchanged; exports, none; .shipments, Coastwise, 1705 hales; stock, 511J8 hales, low ordinary, 7 5-10c: ordinary,? 18-l«e; good ordinary, 8Je; low middling 9 l-10c; middling 1) 7-10c; g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

aHErtMAN. A Runaway Wife Brought Back- by the City Marshal. At Sherman the other morning quito ■a sensation was caused when Mrs. 'Glass, who deserted hor home and hus- band at Bells last Saturday night and eloped with a young man, was brought back by City Marshal Carter, of Bells, and held in custody at the Cracroft hotel. Marshal Carter succeeded in •arresting the young man, whose name is J. M. Harrison, at Wliitesboro, where he left him iu charge of City {Marshal Love until he went to Fort Worth where ho found Mrs. Glass and •returned with her to Wliitesboro. By «omo mishap Harrison made his escape, |and the marshal was compelled to re- turn to Sherman this morning with Mrs. Glass, though strange to say, Har- rison made his appcarance the next afternoon, and gave himself up to the officers. It is a question of doubt as to whether a case of seduction can bo made out against him. Mrs. Glass aays she has only known Harrison •aiuee December, when he came into the •country a stranger a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineola Monitor — 9 June 1888

T"1 II. .. . ■ I .■ . ?. M I b ife ■ K ife fli [ i s$ :{ cr f a tii foi till •i cr< ha ma on' f wo! -cotffc. )laiitiL St 5 Two Men At. sesaion a anr" L'wo tor ml One / ■ . KK' fy>> • * W. L. ANDREWS, Successor to Richardson & Spurgcon, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In PRODUCE, - FRUIT, - BEER - AND - ICE. A full and well assorted stock of family groceries on hand and at the very lowest cash prices. Highest market price paid for country produce. In case of poisoning, the wimple rule is to get the poison out of the stomach as noon as possible. Mus- tard and Halt act promptly as eme- tics, and they are always at hand. Stir a tablcspoonful in a glass of water and let tlie person swal- low it quickly. If it does not cause vomiting in five minutes, repeat the dose. After vomiting, give the whites of two or three oggn. Don't Experiment. You cannot afford to waste time in exjierimentinK when your lungs are in danger. Consumption always seems, at first only a eold. Do not. permit ...

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