The Mineola Monitor (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 29, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 14, 1888 Page: 5 of 8
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The lineola Weekly Monitor.
One Copy, One Year $1.50
One Copy, Six Months .75
One Copy, Four Mouths 50
—Ice cream at Bake Turman's
at all hours, day and night.
—Mrs. J. H. Cox is visiting
friends in Mt. Pleasant.
—The new residences of Dr.
Hart and Mr. L. H. Beaird, on
Johnson street, will be, when fin-
ished, two handsome ornaments to
Try that oat-meal "flakes,"
steamed oats and cracked wheat, at
—Have you been to Bake Tur-
man's ice cream parlor? Every
thing arranged in first-class style
—Mrs. Dr. Patten placed us
under many obligations by sending
to our office, on Wednesday, one of
the most beautiful bouquets that it
was ever our pleasure to receive.
—All prescriptions and recipes
will receive prompt attention at
Prank Anderson & Co.'s.
—The Furniture Factory is in
full operation, and Mr. R. J. Smith
and his sons are stirring business
men. We are glad to note the
indications are that they will have
all the work they can do in all
—Singular, but true, T. A. Cheek
sells groceries as cheap, and pays
more for country produce than
—The Fruit Canning Company
is moving around lively. They
have selected the site and let the
contract for buildings, and they
have also let a contract to Messrs.
R. J. Smith & Sons for 5,000 boxes.
Andrews' is headquarters for ci-
gars. The Grip cigar is the best
5 cent cigar on earth.
—R. T. Smith & Co. have just
received their stock of leads, oils
and paints, which they will sell
cheaper than any one else can.
" Hackmetack" a lasting and
fragrant perfume. Price 25 and 50
THAT HACKING COUGH can be
so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We
guarantee it. For sale by R. M. Arm-
If you go to Frank Anderson &
Co. for anything in the drug line
that can't be found in town, they
will order it for you.
—That genial gentleman, Col.
P. S. Pfouts, of Dallas, was shaking
hands with his friends in the city
Tuesday. Col. Pfouts is still on
the road in the interest of Liebes
Bros. & Co., of San Francisco, Cal.,
the largest manufacturers of cigars
in the world.
Julius Caspary, having sold bis
drug store, will devote his entire
time to his dry goods and grocery
C. E. Vance's Horse Shoe Saloon
■ is the place where you get fine
whi.-key served by polite bar-
Manj of the good tilings of this life
are sorrowfully let alone on account of
Dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
will c«re Dyspepsia, Indigestion and
Constipation; sold on a positive guaran-
tee at 25 and 50 cents, by Dr. V. T. Hart.
—Call on R. T. Smith & Co.
first, and save trouble of running
around town after what you want,
for you will find what you want
there, if kept in any first class drug
THE REV. GEO. M. THAYER, of
Bourbon, Ind.. says: Both myself and
wife owe our iives to Shiloh's Consump-
tion Cure." For sale by R. M. Armstrong.
Mr. L. B. Turman has fitted
up in his store an ice cream parlor
in first class style.
Don't forget to call on the new
drug firm of R. T. Smith <t Co.,
successors to J. A. Caspary.
Hoes, rakes, shovels, spades
and pitchforks at McMurry's, very
A large lot of dried beef, chipped
beef and boneless rolled beef, at
The finest lot of can goods ever
brought to Mineola, just received
fiMttlt of the Drawing.
The promised distribution of
prizes to the subscribers of the
Monitor was had oa Saturday,
April 7th. Messrs. W. H. Bel-
lamy, Kelly Peters, and Geo. W.
Kingree, who were entirely disin-
terested persons, were selected to
conduct the drawing. A list of
all the subscribers who had paid
up was first prepared and num-
bered in the order in which they
first appeared on the book, which
list was inspected and compared
with the books by the committee,
to ascertain that it was correct, and
to prevent the overlooking of any
one who had paid up the year's
subscription as required. An equal
number of small envelopes were
then placed in a box. The com-
mittee then retired to another
room, and taking out seven envel-
opes placed in each a small ticket
on which was written the name of
one of the prizes. The seven en-
velopes containing the tickets for
the prizes were then returned to
the box and it was well shaken.
The committee then returned and
proceeded with the drawing in the
following manner: A boy was
blindfolded and stood near one of
the committeemen who held the
box. As each name was drawn
from the list an envelope was
drawn by the boy from the box
and handed to another member of
the committee, who opened the
same in presence of the crowd and
announced the result. In this
manner the whold list was called,
the following persons drawing the
prizes set opposite their names
S. A. Kendrick—.Organ.
W. M. McDonald—Rifle.
J. A. Lawrence—Set Plates.
J. W. Clayton—Set Knives and
F. M. Dyer—Five copies of the
Monitor one year.
Jno. H. Jones, Quitman—Three
copies of the Monitor one year.
C. D. Willingham—One copy of
the Monitor one year.
We regret that so few of our
subscribers were present at the
drawing, but those who did witness
it were entirely satisfied with the
careful and impartial manner in
which the committee conducted it;
and for this patient and careful
servioo the committee have our
Burglars at Work.
A number of burglaries have
been committed in our city recent-
ly, and circumstances plainly in-
dicate that they were not only
committed by the same person,
but that ho waB quite a novice in
the business, though the house-
breaking part of the job was in
each instance very neatly and
successfully accomplished. On
Tuesday night, April 3d, the sad-
dle and harness store of J. W.
McMurry was burglarized, and the
ear marks pointed to the same
burglar. Mr. McMurry suspicioned
Henry Searcy, a negro about 20
years old, who had been seen in
the store in the evening. He'se-
cured the services of officer Terrell
and several of the boys, and they
went on horseback the following
night to the home of the negro
about three miles from town, and
made tho arrest. At first the negro
vehemently asserted his innocence
and stood pat on his piety, but a
little persuasion (and we guess a
little hemp) " brought him round,"
and in a short confession he told
how the act was committed, and
where the stolen goods, con-
sisting of fine hand-made boots
and shoes, could be found. Every
article was recovered, and now
Henry Searcy languishes in jail
awaiting the May term of the dis-
trict court, at which time he will
be given a certificate of admission
to the mechanical and industrial
institute at Huntsville, Texas.
I desire to say to my customers and the public that I am "still in the ring." I have rented the front
of the building formerly occupied by Mr. Krauss until I can rebuild and am now receiving an entirely new
and complete stock of goods, which I had just bought in New York before the fire, at bottom prices. But
little of my old stock was saved from the fire and that will be cloaed out regardless of cost, at once. Don't
forget to call on mo at the corner store formerly occupied by Mr. Krauss.
I. G. BROMBERG.
Whooping Cough may
complete control and all <
be kept under
by frequent doses of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. No bettor treatment
can be prescribed for it. Sold by R. M.
Lon Blassingamc's saloon, front-
ing the depot, is driving a splendid
trade. When you want anything
first-class to drink, call there.
v Ackerjs Blood
Elixir is warranted, is because it Is the
best Blood Preparation known. It wi]l
positively cure all Blood Diseases, puri-
ties the whole system, and thoroughly
builds up the constitution. Remember,
we guarantee it. Sold by V. T. Hart.
—Ladies, don't forget Bake Tur-
man's ice cream parlor.
New Millinery Goods.
Just received, an elegant line of
the latest styles of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's trimmed and un-
trimmed Hats, just from New
York, which are now on sale at
Mrs. D. E. MeDaniel's, first door
above Baptist church.—28-lt
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—
a positive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria
and Canker Mouth. For sale by R. M.
Fresh tomatoes, radishes,
just received at Andrews'.
"Stonewall" Whisky, now and then,
Is relished by the best of men;
It smoothes the wrinkles out of care,
And makes ace high look like two pair.
At R. S. Brock's Saloon. n27-lm
—.Your reporter casually saun-
tered into the residence of Mr. J.
J, McDaniel on Tuesday, just to
see if the new millinery goods, &c.,
recently received by Mrs. McDan-
iel and Miss Ussery, were up to
the standard of general rumor. He
was positively amazed at the beau-
tiful hats, trimmings, &c., dis-
played. The half had not been
told. It is a pity that scarcity of
business houses compelled them to
go to a residence with that stock,
for it would be quite an ornament
to our town if well displayed in a
nice business house. These ladies
are meeting with spleneid patron-
age, and are constantly receiving.
—The public generally, and the
ladies in particular, are invited to
Bake Turman's ice cream parlor.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's cure
is the remedy for you. For sale by li. M.
When everything looks blasted blue,
And misery sticks likes Spaulding's glue,
A nip of "Stonewall" is just the thing,
And makes the bum feel like a king.
At R. S. Brock's Saloon. n27:lm
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
In the District Court,
May Term, A. D. 1888.
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
You are hereby commanded, that by
making publication of this Citation in
some newspaper published in the county
of Wood, if there be a newspaper pub-
lished in said county, (but if not, then
in the nearest county where a newspa-
per is published,) for four weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof, you
summon Becky Tucker, whose residence
is unknown, to be and appear before the
District Court, to be holden in and for
the county of Wood, at the Court House i
thereof, in Quitman, on the 10th Mon- i
day after the 1st Monday in ,'f auuary,
1888, same being May 14th, 1888, file
number being 504, then and there to an-
swer the petition of Thos. II. Tucker,
tiled in said Court, on the 10th day of
April, A. D. 1888, against the said
Becky Tucker, and alleging'in substance |
as follows, to-wit: That plaintiff and
defendant were married on May the 14, j
1885; that on divers and sundries times, j
from about June, 1885, to October, 1880,
the defendant did commit adultery with \
one Burleson, one Gibson and others ;
that plaintiff became aware of said acts
of adultery in the month of December,
1887, at which time plaintiff and defend
GEORGE P. FLYNT,
t&~ Special attention given to' Repairing. All work warranted.
SPECIAL NOTICE fc
We desire to say to our friends and pat-
rons that we have bought out the business
formerly conducted by J. D. Dorough & Son,
and now occupy that building, which is next
door to W. E. Wigley. We saved a few
goods from the fire and will be sold at bar-
gains. The large stock recently bought in
Eastern markets at bottom prices is arriving
and in a few days our house will be full and
complete. The business will continue with-
out interruption. Don't forget to call at the
S. R. BRUCE & CO.
OTICE TO THE
As Mr. Caspary notified you in last week's Monitou, wo have bought out his
drug business, and we have come here to stay. Wo don't duplicate prices, but
beat them. All we ask is a trial and we will sell you your drugs ever hereafter.
Our prescriptionist is an analytical chemist, not only theoretically but practically,
having been behind a prescription desk for thirteen years. Call at once and we
know you will eomo again.
R. T. SMITH & CO. i
they have not lived
getlier. Premises considered,
MAIN Street, DALLAS, TEXAS.
Send for Prices before Purchasing
—We arc now doing business at
Dorough's old stand, next door to
Wigley's furniture store, where we
will be glad to meet all of our cus-
ant, separated, and since which time i rpj *0 and licst Stock in North Texas.
tliev have not livnd or cohabited to- n ,,, ,
hereof, he [ (<f| JOKEKING, Wf A TVTAf* Mason & Hamlin,
WIIEELOCK, J7J.XJ.1n wQ. Western Cottage
have his judgment dissolving th<> bonds
of matrimony now existing between
Herein fail not, but have you then
and there before said Court this writ,
with your return thereon, showing how
you have executed the same.
AVitness, I. W. BOBBINS, Clerk,
of the Dis't. Court Wood Co.
Given under my hand and the seal of
said Court, in Quitman, this the 10th,
-IMPORTER OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE.-
Texas & Pacific
The Great Popular *<mtc
East and tin West
SIIOItT LINE TO NEW ORLEANS
and all 2-oirtk ix
Favorite Line to the North, East and
S. R. Biutce & Co. ! day of April, A. D. 1888
LAND for SALE!
—Julius Caspary's stock of dry
goods will soon be complete. New
goods arriving daily.
—Yon can buy anything you
need in tho dry goods and grocery
line from Julius Caspary.
I. W. BOBBINS, Clerk
District Court Wood Co., Texas.
—Bake Turman's ice cream par-!
lar is the general resort.
—S. It. Bruce & Co. arc doing a <
rushing business as the new stand j
next door to Wigley's.
AT NIGHT always have Acker's
j Baby Soother at hand. It is the only
I safe medicine yet made that will remove
all infantile disorders. It contains no
; Opium or Morphine, but gives the child
j nacural ease from pain. Price 25 cents.
Sold by V. T. Hart.
-Since being burned, we have
bought out J. D. Dorough's stock,
WHY WILD YOU cough when Shi- j and can be found at his old stand,
loh's Cure will give immediate relief? next door to W. E. Wigley's furni-
Pnce, 10cts.,oOcts. and $1. lor sale! B J . .
by K. m. Armstrong. | ture store. S. R. Bruce & Co.
In blocks of -10 to iiO acres, 10 miles
North-west of tjuitman, at terms to
HART & CUADDOCK.
Country produce taken in exchange
for goods. He keeps the best In the
St. Louis and Dallas.
Ft. Worth, El Paso and
San Francisco, California.
Marshall and New Orleans without
Solid Trains from El
Paso to 8t. Louis.
Fast Time, First Class Equipment*
See that your tickets read via Texas
and Pacific Railway. For Maps, Time
Tables, Tickets, Kates, and all required
information, call on or tddraM any etf
the Ticket Agent*. or
H. C. ARCHER, Passenger Agent,
senger and Ticket Agent, '
JOHN A. GRANT; Get
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