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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 March 1891

iurch di1bctoby. piwinBiuii CMI aTfrr Sabbath at 11 tt'elwak Di 7: . ■ • *«v. J. H. 5«v«. Rabbatb Mhool avary Safcbaih superintend- nunniTTmiV- jmi «vcrr ••bbsth at II •'elvek land 7:S0 P- m Habbalh school fhabhaih at :80 a. m. Vnyn I avarr Wadnaaday Right at 7:80. mkthomst. lines every Sabbath at 11 o'elook nd 7:11 P- J- A. Staf- paator. Sabbath aebool every Ji at Utaadant. Prayer mating av- Jaesday night at 7: 0. •hbutum. Ubing every Sabbath morning at k. anaH.io p. at. Kldar Prltahatt, Monday aebool every Sabbath a. m. I*. ilarrla, aitperintend- tyar Meeting every Wednesday 17:80. tihlng evary Snaday at 11 o'elook nd 7:4.1 p. "Hunday sohaal morning at 8:10 o'elook. T. C. superintendent. iuptiat. i. A T. V. TIMF CARD. f eoiith, Xa. !i " No. 4 - Mo. 14 I aorth, No. 8 " JU. 1 No. 18 i:«D a. m. 4:4fi p. m. ft;10 p. tm. S:04 a. m. H;4« p m. <1:10 a. m M K. & T. Km at 14:01 p. m. Beat 1:80 p. * • IGAL NTEW8. « H CW.««. Lr*r ay everybody. tki kMtktn rag*. 9, Is vsry si«k this k* ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 March 1891

\ I. y I K I i' ji H! 1: I J sf. I It**' of H-r Holllf • ASTOR HOUSE EXTRAVAGANCE th Lilt I* OM i.vl) Thought That Too Mnn T tnillra W rrr Unfiling. A d«*roM lu.lv from tbi> country nut with hfr Miu. ul o frotu tlio country, in the bitf dining room of the A> tor hotutoit |«w en-mug* a^o. Man who have eoui# to New York from the country, if they k*<l Kern her, would have U> i remind- •A of their #ran<lmother . E r fac* wn* kindly, and there was jurt a little color In it. She wasn't very tali, 'i l in r ft*; nrv wa comfortable. She wc re a shawl. Her bonnet was a little one, and in the front of it wa* ao>ue white gown wax of bombazine am what an.'ieut cut. The bitf, brightly lighted room int<-r- (ilited her. So did the people i't tin' table*. While the mm wan i n; ^- I in the somewhat perplexing task of M-lect- ing the npj*T the old laily tulkaudi- bly with the waiter. She told him that •be hoped Landlord Aittoraud MU' A.>toi were pretty well. The waiter explain...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 April 1891

Qo lo It. M. Board Fer your Dry Goods | H« handles the MlU tor lk« IowmI urlcM. Spend your oash wtto him. THE DEMOCRAT! cn rcfico at tht niTornu a* (( •S, H. COLE Survtjor, City Engineer, and Notary Public. Work la all part* of I lie county at- tainted to promptly and carefully at reasonable prices. 0p)r"Otl1oe with lenklns A Pearson. M'KIN'NEY, TEX. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THU11SDAY, APlilL 2. 1891. BARKLEY & HARRIS. CASH HOUSE- CHEAP HOUSE. NEW HOUSE. I If Collin county resident! wonld do themselves and their friende ! good, they would come themselves and send their friends to see the HlO NEW STOCK SLj.IL i -OF- .-Ji lr. 5. Goods, clothing, Gents furnish- £ cods, boots and shoes, at Barklcy & Harris'. m nt m m •ri't.tn in:m err. : vinui'nmm mmminuim nmiiitnm mmra <T> nt We t>U'. 1 7i.Its In price* and soil all good* on th> lr v.tlne. When "yon buy from ns you may feel a^nnred of fair treatment, aud no house giving you their regular prions, nan or will undersel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 April 1891

n AU the , •*!.. ... BH— THE DEMOCRAT BD1TEP AND PUBLISHED ly thi Democrat Publishing Company. buck to Virginia. Ou this per ilotis journey uu event occurs which murk the magnanimity of liia whole nature. Late in —i w the evening the lu iiint guide. At u MuKlilituton's llirtl -Uay Cel* suddenly, fires upon Washing AN ORATION. Delivered by U. W, tiujrer scascxirrioN lUv* Oie V®*r Ilflit Mouths, •Ii Mouth*. rhrer " I *l.AO l.UO 7ft 40 Our Advcrtlwtuir UbI«b. One eolumn 1 year fliW.UO Half coliinin 1 year l-lnch single column Loest notices. 6 cents |*>r line foi each Insertion. Obttu*rle ol wort* than 10 lines will he charged for at our aaual rate*. All oontrvru will he charged for In proportion to the above. AddreM. dkmociut Pus. co., McKlnnev. Texe*. TBURSDAY, Apr. S, 1SU1. t-lirution Eetertaluouent Given al Nevada Fob. USood by Nevada School. Friends! Americans! Coun- tryman ! Go with me. in your imngiimtiou, and 1ft us stand upon the eastern si ore of old Yirgioiiq. Sanding ther...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 April 1891

CHURCH DItBOTOEY. 0CMB8RLA<« fwunwiiHi S«rrlre« ererr Habbath at 11 •'olaek . in. and 7:80 p m. Rev. J 8. habbath school every Habbah putor. Babbctii it : •• ■ •at. •very superintend. IHIWmtKUX- services every Habbath at 11 e'eleelc . in. and 7:30'p. . Sabbath school 'wry Babbath at : a. n , Prayer meeting every Wednesday "tght at 7:110. MKTIIOMST. tieivices every Sabbath at 11 o'«y> n. and 7J6 p. «.. Kev. J. A. tftaf- tord, pastor. Habbath school every Sabbath at .. _ ;«a. m. •upertntendent. Prayer meeting ev- ery Wedneeday nlgbt at 7: 0. CIIUTI1V. I'reaebln* every Sabbath morning at 11 a. m. and7: 0 p. m. Klder Pritohett, oaator. Sunday school every Sabbath at U:80 a. m. P. llarrl*. euMirintend* ent. Prayer m« eting every Wednesday night at 7:30. ■An 1ST. Preaching every 8nnday at 11 o'eloek a. ni and 7:46 p. ■>. Sunday school Sunday morning at 0:45 w'elook. T. C. Perry, superlnteadent. H. Jfc T. «i. TIMK CABD. ()«lagsouth. Nm. I.... " " No. 4 •* • No 14 UkImk i.ortli. Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 April 1891

1 AU th< r 111 — STATE A PI MOI'BU'llONS. We are loo pron« to ui^ubui'm Judatee, jn-liticul schemers and 94. 000,000 PropoMd for Chicago K*|>««ltlon — Over *1,out,MM) lln* lte«D Final- ly Voted. CHU auo, III., MAKOII y<>, '1)1. The following tabh > exhibit the actions of the various States and Territoral ' le^islu tares regarding appropiationn for exhibitions to datf the u wool hi'h worth by her condi lion in life. Only last week 1 saw tli ■ wife of a well knowi- New Yoik millionaire euter one of the great hospital)* of place hunters, is for the true Alliance men to turn oat to a mini and send men, with writ- ten credentials under the seal of i he older, who love the jtrin- the town. After a bit, furiosi- ciples of our order more than, ty tempted me to follow, and any man living. The time has for two hours I watched that come when we must show our woman going through the j colors and show to the world . wards of the sick, dispensing j that the principles of the A) Bil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 April 1891

,:*r^ " -lit# U - R. M. Board Tor your Dry Goods. lie handle* the best goods and sells f th« lowest price*. Spend your c,.i> with him. JL rn Sfa J S. H. COLE Suroyor, City Lu^lueer, and Notary (NrcntD AT TMC 9 •scon Work la *11 parts of the tended to promptly snd carefn rtuoaabk prluee. fciroilloe wltli lenklu* jfc Pearson. M'KINkBY, TEX. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TE Y UHSDAY, APIilL 0. 1801. BARKLEY & tehlS. TUKCDlfUlSSIOM.AW full rexr to ns< Of THE NEW MEASURE ;ULATE RAILROADS. m¥42i¥M *>■* * % i M & OASi L IIC ■v CHEAP HOUSE j or mil- mIoih i >i(i 1?,« Appointed m i nor, with I'oivee in I'l* H I tdjusl i'llIl'lllM ON, l|( ii !,ft(IO IVr \nniim. If Collin county reaidpntti wonld do ' good, they would ootne tlieniHi lv- s to th« W HOUSE. iiim'Iv ft and tiinir friend* M'll'lillt'll IriiMld-f to riff- will bill i 0 Mil t.-JEI if t i the Itnil- rum uk- 'mir for ■1) |1r BIG NEW STOCK III' VIIUlkNJ load eouimi win 111 r anil reason tin ih may Hint authors regulations It uu I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 April 1891

■1 At/tit THE DEMOCRAT EDITED *M> PUBLISHED l| tbi D««iocr«t Publishing Company. SCMCftirTION Kats- One Year #l.ftO Ki|bt Mouths, ■Is Months, Three •• There are seven newspaper* \ published in the couuty. Schools —The county has a school p >pu!ation of 7,848, with 82 school houses, and gives employment to 120 teachers. Average wagss paid teachers: white—male $00, female %44; colored—male f45, female $30. •tates, that there were seven families put out at oue time. The officers threw oue sick wo- man outside of the door aud threw her little effects after parties. The time has come to go to work. Remember that poveity is no dlsgraoe, that our creator choose a poor wo- man and gave her the honor of her. Six other families were being the m other of our savior, thrown out by the same officers, Our savior choose all poor la' Our A«1 vertlslujr f! l.OO T® 40 I Total number of pupils enroll- ed during the year was 8301, lfut© . average attendance 3513, and One column 1 year. $100.00 th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 April 1891

'lll'UCM l)JBE( iOBV. CltlUtMMHD ... uvnri HaU'ittth ul II o'u Lvice ev«r> ;,ni!l.M I' "> look K«v..1. H. W« «ver, r"sabl *th school ♦'very Habba li jU superintend' iimaiivir.HUN. ■rvirvr Sabbath it II o'clock I mill 7:IM |>. in. Habbath school I' HubbHth ul ! ■:«> h. in. leaver ft In#i'very Wednesday night hi 7:.«0. mktiioiust. jvice* ever* NabDath «t ii o'clock mid 7:15 p. in.. 15ev. J. a. utat- i pastor. Sabbath school every Lil. at 11:1.'. u. III. Mnteodant, Prayer meeting ev- ^Vudnemluy night ut 7: 0. cuumtian. teaching every Habbath morning at _ hiiiI7:!I0 p. in. Elder I'rilubett, lor. Hundey school every Siililiitth I-lw a. in. P- HarrU, superintend' I* rruyer mietlng every Wedn*sd*y bi at 7:30. uah 1st. urlilnir every Huntlay hi ii o'clock , and <:lf> p. in. Sunday school Jim moralng ul u:i'> o'clock, t. Ev, superintendent. i1 |H. A. T. V. XISIK CARD. lit; south, No. .... <1:1X1 a. m. «• No. i . 4:4* p. ui. '• No. II II; 10 p. in. Iijr north, No. 8 D:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 April 1891

1 ►X 0* " l.-?. i fi 1 1 Wk / rirf *os<1 Hill Sr ® * Wnwii Wnntjr. 'ihe following is t't* lull tt-x' of tht road bill an introduce in tliH tttt« le^islati) by rep I'fSHIta'i V* 8 Oollgll id Dog gelt and is now awaiting the higtia'uie of Goveaor Hogg to become a law. IJuVSK 1*1 i.i- NO. < 1. An lift to ortmwt • ti > Jli V. 1 £•#'.'* for t' 4 « ti. Tfrf r i... rn? T* xat, : ti l m*kti K / ooum.i- t.* i - commi-sfont m th^h duCli-a at- Tiding loi th' as road coiiuui lining the y<>\\ lnia^lonci * c ty. Sci'tlUtJ 1. J ' t ifl leginl.i Texas: That .. thecutllUli liu couflfy i j jtViofi sheriff Which to the h; C iUiity <?lerk-t and th« of (tie jxja^e, $1 70; or constable, £•>(*<> amount *>hall 1m paid Ifiivrs out i f th'« road ai d ' ri'ig« fund, on tli * wai rant «it t'ie n>ituty judgf, wli^u said tiu * aud costs shall h. ve been worked out as provided in this k-c this shall b • so conutru -<1 as to jflif've hii\ convict from the mi\ Tiif-nt of ill c ts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 April 1891

i (Jti.'b: V •Go to R. M. Board For your Dry Goods. Li handles t «* • «"' I*00'''' Rl"1 s#,lg f,,r iht lowest price*. Spend your cash with him. VOL. 8. BARKLEY & HARRIS. iTjiKrAXJFXKSX KSXXMAXX)I*££-$£14 EMtiMXl* ylXjOLWlX#*-* fJL+tMXJ-M.11 VmZUfMMmMJfiftJ* > *®< f *. 85 CASH HOUSE. wlXUX / -*- CHEAP HOUSE- N EW HOUSE. g| If Collin couuty residents would do chemsttlvt*!) and their Iriendh ood, they would come themselves und send their friends to see |i* BIG NEW STOCK -OF- fry Goods, clothing, Gents furnish- ii } f .) boots and shoes, at m arficiey & Harris' it. in lllllltll lit(fill. In m <•its.ni mil it« in in in tn rt> •>« at unit >u ni iu in hi m ni in ni in in in hi in til We Jtle leiltlf ■ - ill JlfioBS Utld h>'ll all g'tiidh mi iheir value. When you buy from us you may feel a«tMir«dof fair treatment, und no house giving youiheirreitularprioes, can or will undersell us. We sellall goods at a profit, yet our profit is very, very Miiull, us we cau sel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 April 1891

. > :: j 2*:P THE DEMOCRAT ! Independence In Polities. ' aud spurus the j'oke aud badge \V rit injf of layalty to any law and any EDITED AND PUBLISHED I! i C arMCKtrnoa KaiK One Year. . fl.ftO KiKlft Months l.OO Six Month*, 7ft rbr*e " 40 Ther* has been a great deal ... - . - . „ ., « i aaid about independence in By tils Democrat Publishing CoipMy. p0utiC8 at the same time there has been a great deal more said and written against independ- ence in politics by the "straight" press of the oountry. Independence is the funda- mental principle on which our government was founded "a government for the people, of Our Ailvcrtlaiug 1 tatoa. One ooluuin 1 yew $100.00 Half ooluiuu 1 year 66.00 , Much alngie column 8.00 the people and by the people." l.pcal nukes, 6 ctnti per line foi eaih Iniertlon. Obltuarlea of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our atu l rate*. All contractu will be cliarged for In proportion to the above. Address. Democrat Tea. Co., McKlnney. Tex el. THURSDAY, Ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 April 1891

I.&T. O. TIMJR CAUI). oinff ioutli, No. 8 b.OOa. ui. „ «• No. 4.1 iu. „ >• No. II UtlOp. m. Lint: riortb, No. MM • HI. - No. I BiMp W. No. i:i •!:IU i«. ui MK.ftT. trlvM 1*10 p.m. fiivit at 1 : I'. u ' EfRSSMALr. J. P. Crouch visited Dallas lis week. John T. Mellon, of Allen Iiub very sick child. Miss Ida Turner is visitiung [is8 Allle Mitchell. | J. A. Evans went south yes- <rdny on business. Frank Gutgeselle and lady re iu from the west. John Mclver sold his barber hop to Will Bradley. I J. 8. Qr er and lad} wen' in }iu Alstyne thta week. O. P. Melton, of Qua.iab, '.\mh, called km us Monday. \V. T. Newsoni**, of Lucas Ji;h in th*- city l-«st Tut'jd ty. [Jas. Doimla^e jiiul John King |uk u trip io Ft. Worth thin sek, |E W. Kiikptt rich vent to |ut tiii on a btifi. < s torn ihis Bek. f Clint Thompson made a 'm-d- [•ss trip to Dallas last Ttn«s- y- Nelson Strode, of Wolfe ity was in the city hut Tues- ii y. Mr. Humphries, of Meli-isa died on The Dkmockat Tues- y. Tom And...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 April 1891

AUth*. CHOOSING A SERVANT. OPINIONS OF SEVERAL INTELLI- GENCE OFFICE KEEPERS. Willi Ordinary In.klll.J Help lb* Oblaf Trouble Is Uunllr wtili lb* Employ- •r, Who la laually ■ Wont — Jiullra to llardwtarklac '• '*• I ' A ■nail tow headed boy, «ith a vacant luok on hU fare, and a thui>>b worn old bUaklxvlt in lua dirty band-, hitting on a abort Moot before* littoral 'Iwk, whia- tliUK in a lazy, half hearts i i.tie; a mii.iII stove ruiittinK a tiere# heat in an indig- nant aort of way, um if dl«t( tinted with itt-lf ami it* aurroundiugk; nine rickety chain, m-I in row# along tlio wall«; a faded old earjiet, Hatuoke atained c eiling and a rickety table—thene arc the ob- ject* of furniture in a aiuall square rootn one one of the eaet sitle avenue*. The interior of the rooiu in screened from the view of [u*«er by a dingy blue curtail, irawn over the lower half uf tie window*. A legend in faded yellow —once gilt—letter* over tin) door and on the window* announce* that servant# may be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 April 1891

—Go to R, M. Board For your Dry Goods Ladle* the b«ll good* and cella tor 11,,«.• ! sl'*"(l your c h Tli UIhi. ——— D 1JIAT. Cfl rcnto At THt PaSTOF/iCC AS t CCOM3 CLI ML PATKON1/.K THE DEMOCRAT. THE Alliance Organ, And lhe moat widely circulated In Collin County. r()L. H. STORE, Unec^mle^i^Light^omibr^and^r. ZSZXSb M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1891. NO. 11. ■ •* -c-Mi'. OMW BRIGHTEST IN r ALL W .M AS PRICE MAKERS, ThjymMjproachabl^eader^inog^rices. AS VALUE (JTVERS, Bearni£^thestrictest|c0ii^^ A, WHOLE A worldin itself supplying the wants of thousands, with a pains taking care attempted by no others, making our patrons' self interest, the motive * POWER FORCE THAT DRAWS TUBVl TO tJS AND GIVES U8 THEIR PATRONAGE. n ! 1 A'*!*;*;*;*;*!*;*: Clothing. rhi department is complete in ir« assortments. We are shewing the lain style cOTTec' nobby fabrics in cassimereN iwid woisteds, at low prices. STOP! Yon should not fail to visit this department before buying, as styles art* very cho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 April 1891

*. 4> §- 1 11 THE DEMQCEii Kl>i l Kl AN l I'UHUI4HKI> Bv till Oemocrat ^ulilishin^ Goraiiany. Srii#c'Kiii U>N II AT**: One Year, Bight Months 1-*>U •Mm Mouths, Tlirre •' 40 Our Atlvt-i-li^lMU lf l«*H. 1 tli* colli 11 >11 I ten JIicmKi Ulf column > 1-Inch single a-«i|n«i i< l ot 111 Illliii'S. «'«lil* |><T lilt* f"1 #soli iMertU'ti. obituaries oi more than MJ line* will lie ehnrKeil for Ht our usual rate*. All coitir tcts wIP be charged for In. proportion to tin- Mho\e. Address. IlKMOOtUI l'llt. Co . McKlnttev. Texea. COLLIN COUNTY ALLIANCE. The Grandest Meet- ing w l i 111 n UN II INTO in THURSDAY, Apr. 2H. lHiil. < ro>hroails. editorials. LOCAL This morning is clear, beauti- fnl and grand. There is a mortgage to every seven' people in the I nited States. I ii' I R. Q. Mills in his late Austin speqph opposed the free coin age pf silver. There are over 11,000 inort gages to every county in the United States. Wade Hampton, of South Carolina don't li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 April 1891

tei Li'M I'Jooi 1 Hmdi Ion. m i sS ITY] *Rf U^VlFlJ A2V II. A T. V- TIME ('AIII). fcjug aoutb, No. i Nil. I *. No. 11 dIhk N'o. •' No. I ... No. in ... M li. *V r. rrlven t ■ave* at.• (1:(KI a. ui. J: I* p. in. 11:10 p. in. ii.im u. iii. '•'•.Hi p ill. (1:10 a."in 12:10 p. ui. . 1:1.1 p. in- Dlghtst of all in Leavening Power— U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17,1I89, Baking Powder AB60I1/TELY PURE (lllltlll OIKKCTOBY. (IIHIIKIIIANO l'«K V1ttllUN. |ue,.v|ci>H Itvcrv Sub<ll;l|l III II u'olook " ui and 7:DU p ni. Rev. J. s. Weaver, 'alor. Siitil'Ulli ncliool nvery Habba li in. — euperlnteiid- lt. I'lllMilVIIIKM.N. Iserviccit every Salibnth at II o'uloek | hi. ami 7:80 p. ui. Sabbath ichool urv Siibbnlli ui !>;ilo u. in. I'ra.ver Hi-llng every Wedniihiluy nielli l 7:!lo, Mlvl'IIOIHHT. Wcivlce* e.'-ry Ssilitnilli ill II o'clock (in mill | . in.. I'ev. .1. A Stnl- rj. pastor. Sabbath aobool every (iiliuili ui 11. in. - — [pcrlii tended t. IVnycr meeting ev- Wedneaday night ill 7: II. L'l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 April 1891

tr 4 H it m B ft : 3 I . I • $ ■I ' ■?' I I w I 8 •Is 1 I WAY OF THE WORLD. mocking bird' THE RODEO MOW Hi K1HK A HORSE *HA7 MUST BE DONE TO HAVE A correct seat and saddle. tiiiMini N i) Muuy IVofl* Who llldt' lUir H<i Trout J*- wltl 1 Uvir t thru|(n A 1 . %••• ho am Ksri'lltMil llule nuil Mu.. ion*. A uulillo la construct)-• :i,'ht if it ym«H tlie ridvr the greatest) iblu com- fort mid the iuo*t ec.-ure t- •>:. withal m(wt total alisence of o> .ii of ui.io elu< of Iiih legs in ordar to i iiitiuu hi* bnlntic< Alinont every n w: master [ircfcfi* n curt.tin make ut > I.II •, mi'I tdiriira ii certain Mylo of unit im tin1 ' uuil liii nupiU, tiiliiiif,' I < • UltIf or no trouble to utmly otIht~ u-rl i ■ in- vti tij4vile further, li.ivo I > nee ■ J < I But, iric-rtiicciivo of the ■ e " ■ ' ing, there in oil® hhujie of Mi<i-U • which is the nml comfortable, viz., the widilii which in eo conxtructod that, in accoril- auce with the laws of gravity, the i Mer it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 April 1891

-Go to- R. M. Board For j our X)ry Goods. i >■ - tint l> < t iiootlH and h«*llb for Ulm. 7Oh. H. MOCRAT. cntcrco attmc TOrriOK AS MOONO CL«<M> PATRONIZE THE DEMOCRAT. THE Alliance Organ, paper And • lie uioHt widely circulated In t'ollln County. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 30. 1891. NO. 12. I Onward and Upward. At midnight, over and the were speeding awaiting trains THE WACO MEETING OF THE TEXAN ALLIANCE. when all was Alliance men homeward or to bear them kley & Harris. Q/ . . _ . —— Price- lUAI. « XC me c '• d iU alike• ash Store. T^SATMBNT. if! ■ I Hm uul fi t tiu rcha ndise •d Li fo , J.-JA.CH CENT or DOL- spent, with us. kk I I V<>ur t' u I HI Si NKSS PRINCIPLES, namely: Iff, Itment and a FULL Honorable OODS HUNDRED GENTS Worth of FOR $1.00. formnr bua'un well and fav lit i I >i ably Kill " i km. wn f two firm years of in McKinney, : . VITA LAKE & CO ^ ' ii k tswc 14M -4 M323is kxVl % # # v/ mm (On nort |)leH IIH I' it th*> |i Lh.it) f squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 April 1891

THE DEMOCRAT a*- I '■ ■ ill S1MTKP ANDPL'Bl.lSHl tl> lj F. C Thompson. MnttkCKirTIOM lt- T*a: <>•• Tl lt|ht Mouths,. 41 x Month*. • rhr * ** ..•l.UO ... l.OO 7B ■AO ItlltWM. Our A«lvcrtl luiT On* ooluu.n 1 Half column I year l-l*eh alngrle Miliimi*. *;w Loral at I li e*. «* « *r "N'* fo1 eaeh Insertion. Obltuarie* of wore than lOllBM will be charged for at our (Nil ratea. All eeatruts wUl be charged for In proportion to Ihr above. Artdrsar Dkmoout I'ib. Co.. McKinney, '1'eies. "hURSDAY, Apr.au. 1801. agree with *li" mil(j«irn of oomni'iiiirjii >us that will pear fr.iui lime lo time ITOH1AL8. LOOAL HEWS. VALEDICTORY. i Interest, w.ll tiuii us bawling ; for dp' 11trtii. 1 The upbuilding of uur oouu - y and town will receive our ( attention iu 0 eii favor. | We expert criticism and if reasonable we will submit to i it. but >-eveie and nncaMed for attacks will be properly and promptly met. Our columns will be open for our patrons ] and while we may not fully i be ap- we c...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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