TL;DR: Insufficient information. Ask the seller your questions, and ask the seller for photos to help you (or others) identify the lenses.
You haven't posted a lot of information (especially about the #3 lens, it could be almost any brand and/or mount). However, assuming the 1st two Minolta lenses are MD mount:
can I use these with a canon t5?
Not natively, no. You can get an adapter to mount the lens to the Canon body (for example: FotodioX Minolta MD to Canon EF adapter, amongst others), but the adapter has a focus-correction lens to maintain infinity focus. This is because the flange focal distance (FFD) of the Minolta MD/SR mount is 43.5 mm, whereas the Canon's FFD is 44.0 mm. Because the difference in flange distances is a mere 0.5 mm, no adapter could be made that thin. Instead, the adapter is substantially thicker (several millimeters, perhaps more than a centimeter). This would be like an extension tube, which would allow for focusing on closer subjects, at the expense of being able to focus at infinity. To allow you to focus at infinity a focus correction lens (refocuser) is built into the adapter.
There will probably be some loss of optical quality through the adapter.
are they auto focus?
Not enough information. You will have to ask the seller for more precise information (pictures of the lenses will help greatly in determining which exact lenses are for sale). Chances are, the #1 lens (28 mm f/3.5) is probably not an autofocus lens. There were several Minolta MD/SR/A-mount 135 mm f/2.8 lenses made, some with autofocus, some without.
are they good lenses?
For the #1 lens: nothing remarkable about it. Not worth the effort mounting it on your T5 body — there are plenty of more recent options available that are optically better, and made specifically for Canon EF/EF-S mount.
For the #2 lens: depending on which 135mm f/3.5 it is, it could be a decent lens, but again, probably quite dated. Again, you can find more recent designs (from Canon, and from third-party makers) that are optically better, and fairly inexpensive.
what's the difference between the second and third one?
Completely insufficient information to tell. The 3rd lens could be possibly anything. Again, go back to the seller and ask for more details.
what would you say is a reasonable offer for these?
That question is off-topic for Photo.SE. For somebody who has an emotional attachment or some need for those particular lenses, or looking to complete a Minolta collection, the offer could be anything. For somebody who is looking for a deal to mount them on their shiny new Canon T5, I think you should look elsewhere.