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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 August 1891

p TIME CARD. July iiatufall. .... 0:00a. in. .... 4:48 p. lu. No. H No. a orfM a. lu. fl#IOKDOfJ 'yjo, | 8;4(l J), ui. " .. No. W 0:10 a. ill. M- K. & T. 13:40 p. m. 1:40 p. ur chViich directory. CINUKKLAXD I'BaeBYTBHUN. .......very Sabbath at 11 o'olook f®So pfm. Rev. J. 8. Weaver, tiabl) tb school every Babbath gS'«, •- sitperlntend- •#t' I'KUIIYTKIUAN. a-nloei every Sabbatb at 11 o'clock ®* ....I 7-30 P. ui. Sabbath school • ' S"2h«tb at 9:80 a. ui. Prayer "Sngevery Wednesdsy night at 7:30. MKT110UUT. j,.vices every Sabbath at 111 o'clock ™ *nd 7:15 p. m.. Rev. J. :A. Stat- Raiufull in July, 1891, at ad- valormn, 6 tulles north < f Mir- Kinuey, Collin county, Tcxus, as kepi by C. B. Moote. July 15, 44 10, 44 27, 41 28, " 21), 44 30, Highest of all in Leavening Pcrwcr.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report °SifSS absoijl/tely pure oii2f> io«h. 1 0025 W. A. Grav, * form8 us tiuit i (m liauce, at ith i last Saturday < iest liiiiou biroiirt> Total 5.5. tiJ eutor. Habbath achool e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 August 1891

AU, rl i ■ j I: Ml-- BW * ' ij i 1 ii •Mi OLD LONDON PICTURED. I i OOMPARED WITH THE city 0 , TOCAY TWA8 A SORRY SIGHT. I Were Dwarfy, Squalid Uriel- m* Easily Fulled Oown—Th* Cll- ItM Vu Colder aud Mora lu- IdtiHt—FaBslae and Pestilence. Wbo eu rebuild before the eye of the • ringle ordinary dwelling of the Loudon of the middle of the ith century? It wue n i3warft h, ■tmcture of ncb crazy unaub- ity that, with a stoat iron crook two strong cords, provided by tho it migh be palled down and off speedily in case of tire; a of one story jutting over a ground floor, with another jut of ■bore, its roof perchance engrailed its front bearing an odd re- _ to tho back of a couple of . stairs, and the whole a most rick- tumbledown, top heavy, fantastical Chimney* were fairly in vogue I Men, *0 it had them—squat, square, | «rtd« mouthed, faced with white plaster. Md tiles or gray pebble work. I Bed tiles covered its roof. Its wall* were rough plaued planks or a wooden framework filled with a c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 August 1891

r loll le,i II' Mue to T. B.WILSON. pioneer Abstractor, wuhH, II. Cole, Surveyor and Notary public. j^-Otlicc iu Court Ilouie ( VOL. 8. "Cash Speaks Louder Than <-<-*• To be convinced of this fact visit the great Bargain Emporium OP Barkley & Hairis, " te, * -V rv Prices have been cut for the last time on all Spring and Summer goods andthe great slaughter has begun. Our Mr. Hark ley is now in Nefr York and to make room for the immense utook be is now baying, We are compelled to sell regardless of prices. THE OCRAT. TIM T W Go to R. M. Board For your DRY (<OODN, litilulloit tlm beSt good* and mIU CNTKRKO AT THE I t A* aiCOND CLASS MAIL M ATTKR for i lie lowest nrlcoa. with h in. good* a SI'WMW our cash M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1891. ' This is an uaequaled oppertunity to bny at prices nev- er before offered and we cordially invite the people of Collin connty to avail themselves of «JTHIS GREAT SALE.I> P=^vLadie , Supply Your Wants-s^^^ In Dress Goods, Hosi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 August 1891

t i ■ (A f fl f ji # £ THE DEMOCRAT. KDITKD AND PUBLISHED By F. C- Thompson. goMcaimoN KITM PMTMT. Wffkt Month |U Months. *1.60 1.Oil 7fl 40 AUvcrliMliitf HaH'n. 0a« column 1 year fMUXi Half column 1 year. s0-00 l-lnch (Ingle column Local notices, * cent* l*r llne f<" Insertion. Obltuarlea of wore i io line* will be charged for at our Into*. I controls will be eharged for In tton to the above. i4drui. Dkmochai Pus. Co., MeKlnney, Te*e . IV wMrmte, im itai I. *■ B. F. Kctw.nl., J. H. Bill., lalit.nd iirograMtn. Mjn-klUe ~ l wn P l"WllniC U«n owner-. Wm Bryant, J. M. Oarmlohal McKinney Dkiioc rat,jJeBervea jAi/nMogR, Md,, Aug. 11, ahip <>f land,and that congr^bH J. H* Tarltonf J, M Day, I. L great praise for it* (special edi I'be convention of the People's take prompt action to devise b. Williams, J. J. Hugui.iui, tion of .Inly l.Vh, in which it pany of Maryland was called t0|Ue plan to obtain all lands & Landens, W. M. Kiug. 13. F. AmLn.-l' oanm |to °rd'Jr today by Piesi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 August 1891

II. & T. TIME CARD. Uo}ng«ouJI ,No. i, '• No. II tiojjiK h0?."'1 $j°- f;; ; ;; •> No. Ill m. It. ax. • :00 a. hi. 4:4* p. in. 0:10 |>. m. 0:04 a. m. M;4U p. m. u:ioa. ui. Arrives at. l.t'Bven nt.. 1*2:40 p. ui ..... 1:40 p. ui CllUItCll DIRKCTOttY. it.mmkiil.ani> piik.hiivtkkun. yervloei every Habbath at 11 o ui mul 7:110 p. ui. Rev. J. 8. Weaver, Sabbath school every Habtiath ta. superintend- IIHMlor. at l :30 u eiil. „ riiK.aiivi KitiiN. Services every Habbath at 11 o'clock . ' in, ami 7:M0 p. in. Habbath school every Habbath nt ::« a. ui. I'rayer meeting every Weilnesilay night at 7:30. mktoodut. Oar good Mend, Mr. John Edens, of Wei ton, attended the ex confederate re anion and gave as a pleasant call, daring which he subscribed for the Dkmoohat. Mr. Edens came to Collin county before the war. He settled north of Weston two miles on (he old stage road to Bherman, He used to feed the stage travelers and often had to shelter them daring the rise of East Fork, Mr. Eden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 August 1891

rill hi if I 4 : II $ I | 1 1ml I ij-e> the cause for which we strug Mies Mattie Patterson is in : g|«d and suffered. 1 remember °nr midst again aud will re- ' Life la Uke a NMwbud, in Mem our way how happy the women looked sutue liei positiou iu the store ^ in expectancy of the return upon the opening of the fcall home of brothers, husbands trade. ■ thro' lift The branch?* are the bjr-w ys, The rotrViirt the Joy* we meet, *or and relative*. Although we A sad aftair occurred upon row* aw the ihorna— were not quite nine yearn old, the streets ol our little town The fragrance of the m*e* '«ir, ti.i ^ twenty-six long years have Suuday evening which is very it llfn adorns— n ^ , t. - i to intervened since then, 1 shall 1 much regretted by our cituens. thought* that life adorn*- The Imvm are friend*, which u* when fortune'# ami doth *hlne. never forget the relief lu liiy A filfllt took place between When cloud* of aorrow lower, aw*> . mjuj when company after oom- from u* Incline. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 August 1891

T. B.WILSON. Pioneer Abstractor, ".Cole, Surveyor and Notary public, l^inliuii iu Court llouso ifa> rOL. 8. illWormsare DEMOCRAT. KNTIRtP *T TMC POSTOFFICC A* SCCOND CLASS MAIL HATTtR. — (ro to R. 1ft. Board F'or your lJHY GOODM, Hi; liiuullO'i the best goods and Mill tor tli* lowest price*. Spend your cub with him. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. AUGUST 20, 1891. NO. 28. mm;-. -BUT- je KNIFE has destroyed big profits at the great Bargain Emporium OF , arkley & Karris IT8! HATS!! [flow on sale. [Aline of white ort«*d styles at 100. HATS!!! fur hats in $3.00 worth line of black fur hats at i worth iftt.fiO to $5.00. To fiber with an immense stock new styles at 25 per cent. i than their rejtl value. m. ft. —. LAWNS CHALLrES LAWN 2000 yd. figured lawns, % 1- oents per yard worth 6 1 4. 1500 yd. figured ehallies 3 1-2 cents worth 8 1-2. 1200 yd. summer cashimer 8 1 8 cents worth 12 1 2. The great summer sale still continues while we are receiv- ing shipments daily of new fall goods. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 August 1891

mammmmmm ■ \ i ijt iii'f i fi ( i m 11 i i THE DEMOCRAT. KU1TKL) AND PUBLISHED By F. C Thompson. I III lilertlini: KaiiNiih. 1'KKS. K. W. KUIU PA THICK 8 l>rin<M'rut« ami 11 «■ | u l> I lot*iih are AUilrc lulled A train M the Tlilnl Par- ty. lielore tlio Hortlcul* du al Ho l«-ty. SUHCKII1IOK KiTU: One *4 ear (Sight Mouths 81k Months, Three •• Our Atlvortlitfluir One column 1 year .f K1O.OO Ualf column 1 year "G-00 Winch tingle column I'"*-1*' Local ncticea, 7 cents |W line foi each inaertlon. Obltuarle* of more than 10 line* will be charged for at our aaual rate*. All contrM')* will be charged for In proportion to the above. Addre««. ]>KMOCIUT I't'B. Co., McKlnney, Texes. Toj'tkn, Kaunas Aug. 17.— Nine district judges are to be elected in Kansas this fall and THURSDAY AUG. 20, 181)1 It is all right to make a kick but one should kuow exactly when and what to kick. MissesMaydelle Drake and Minnie Leatherwood were the wlnuerB in the Fort Worth Ga- zette schlorship contest, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 August 1891

II. £ T. V. TIME CARD. Cu|ng.ou«h.J ; J........ .. No. II UolnKnorth.No- ......... " No. HI >■ M K.&T. Arrive* at U \ft Hi .. ti:00a. m. ,. 4:IH p. m. ,. 0:10 p. ui (h04a. in. .. H;40 p m. .. 0:10 a. iu .12:40 p. iu. . 1:10 p. in* C'tlUltCli DIWBOTOBY. ctiMIIKIILiMP I HIWHVTKKUN. Service* every Hablmtb at 11 o'olook ..V VihI ~.M) i). m. Rev. J. 8. Weaver, " • Subiiuth school every Habbath ff'a. •iiperlnteiid- i'kkahyikkian. u,rvl(ie« every Sabbath at 11 o'olock ... mill P- ' • Siibbuth school '• "v suiitiutli Ht li::u) a. ui. Prayer w... fling every Wednesday night at 7:30. MurnoniHT. rtwvlcea every Hub hath at II o'clock . « and 7:15 P- ltuv- J- A- m '- >iH.«u>r. Sabbath Huhool every i,.',; J, at 0:15 a. m. luiwrinlendent. Prayer meeting ev- JTwwlneiday night at 7:«0. CIIHIHTIAN. Pmtbluii every Sahbath morning at ii iu 1007:30p. m. Klder Prltchett, nutor. Sunday school every Sabbath it -30 a. in. P. Harris, superintend- "... ' prayer uuetlngevery Wednesday night at 7:8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 August 1891

VWT i -i. ? m m 1 f I I I Mi? '? JE i OH •"il &•$ i.1: .11 ***$ i « £ ,fii mm III Now 1 Lay Me. Uy K«unw Wioter Mullrr. "Now 1 lay iue," Llapa our bal>«. A* ah* bow at manima'a kiio* Nightly bending, Her ear tending. Tw all thing*, to hear and *<<•. "Down to eei>. My aoul to ki<c|> liaby'a thought* do IaW«- n leap; "1 pntv the 1-ord," 1« the next chord That In her niintl I* luuietl ilecp. "If 1 ahould die," She breathe* n *igli, On uiaujuia'* knee her head doe* lie. "Before 1 wake My aonl to take," Thua pray* our pet, to Him on high. "God t)lc*H mamma, iiod ble* papa," She awcetlf add*' "for Jeeua' sake;" The little head Then falls like lead. Ac in her arme mauuna doe* take The baby dear, Whone voice «ouml* clear In "Auien," said cl<>«o to her ear, In snowy'gown We lay her down, And pray the angels to be near. Mrs Jatues K. Polk. Relict of the Teutli United Hint' oh President. Diet) at Nashville, Tenu. Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 14.— Surrounded by a few lovin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 August 1891

p Ion V. B.WILSON. t'WJjilf jiUjtWOlOfi ■ . ii c'ultf, surveyor and Notary I,villi . • • •''public- JL^OItlc* In Court House . IVOL. 8. ENTERED AT TMC WMTOmCC A StCONO CLASS MAIL MATTER. m -— —Go to R. M. Board tor j oar DltY (>()ODN, 'iii- lmiitlle« I Ik- beat good* und mIU for the Woven price*. Spend your r—u with Ii in. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG UST 27, 1891, NO. 29. (tansateDsstocta,'-, -BUT- KNIFE has destroyed big profits at the great Bargain Emporium 'he WYLIE ITEMS. fK tler,l OP- Mihi & Harris i 11AT81!! M IS! HATS II jfoW on sale. A line of white fur bats in jgorted styles nt IH.00 worth Is.oo. A line of black fur hata at sj.Oii worth $•'! 50 to $5.00. To «ibt-rwith mi immense Block new styles at 25 per ceni. eH ibun their real value. W. C. Houea was doing Dal- laat Monday. Mayor's court waa in session Tuesday. Several went out to the lake ' Hcliing Tuesday. Mr. W>lie, of Belden, waa ! iu the city last Friday. Joe Daniel and Eli Hogge were iu Mi'&Miupy Tu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 August 1891

*1 i 4, Kf u- 1 v. I 1?" m ij i '# I a- iTJI 11 I I THE DEMOCRAT. KUITKD ANUl'UBLlSllU) 6/ F. C> Thompson. ischcitrtuni iutm: Ouo Year, fl.flO | Klgtit Month* 1 .OO 81x Mouth*, T ft riirre " 4<> Our A«t v<*i'l ImImu; Uatfw. One column 1 year fl.10.Ui: Half column 1 year >«O.0t' l-iiicii single column 18.00 I ah-hi ntllcei, ~ ceul« i-«r line foi each insertion. obituaries of mori tlibii 10 Unes will be charged for ut our asual rate*. All contracts w ill t>e eliurged for In proportion to tlie above. Address. DkMOOUl l'rii. Co., McKinney, Texes. . THURSDAY AUG. -J?; IN.M The Alliance is receiving ail vice and cussing front all qusr- tere. President Harrison celebra- ted Lie lifty-eighth birthday at McGregor, n. v., on the :Wth inet. u. s. Hull was defeated for presideul of the Missouri Alli- ance yesterday. a subtreasu- ry luan was elected, Jtis astonishing to note the car loads of old bacon being shipped into JTexas daily. Why not raise more hogs and less cotton from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 August 1891

II .V T. V- TIMK CABD. 'J.. OujDH.-ulh.NO; „ No. 14 OolnKnurtli. No. „ No. 13 M. K. & T, . l'J-.ll) p. ui Arrives ia • • • I:-|5 p. in hi ■ . C:U0 a. m. 4:48 p. m. 0:10 p. in. 0:04 a. in. M;4tf p. ui. (1:10 k. iu. ClllHCH DIRECTORY. ci mbkiii.anu i'hbhbytumk. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock Vnii7:30 p.m. Rev. J. 8. Weaver, *Uk.r Babbath ohool every Habbaih SSS'a.m. auperlntend- rRKaUYTKRUN. u.rvlees every Sabbath at 11 o'clock n> und 7:!W P- ">• Hubbatli school Sabbath at :30 a. ui. Prayer Jetting every Wednesday night at 7:H0. mktuodibt. u i vices even Sabbath at 11 O'clock . "ffiVia i'. Hev. J. A. 8Uf. ! 'l nnitor. Sabbath school every u.hbAtli ut U;4A tt. in. ■ luuerlnlenilent. Prayer meeting ev- (r|- Wednesday night at 7.80. cuuistun. Preaching every Sabbath morning at ... ntn:30 p. m- Klder Prltelietl, nutor. Sunday school every Sabbath "w s m. I*. Harris, superintend- "nt. Pr )'er eting every Wednesday nitfiit t iiait t. PnaebtDg every Sunday at 11 o'elook « in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 August 1891

< u ft . 4 f *1 a j .1 §: •I if *:■, I 6. . Adiloc. t* ••I iniin do #* you do*"— Your wi*)'. 1 own, It a v«ry good and till, There are ouiHiiu* two tr iKl't rukiliiou town— One over, one under the lilll. Vou are ireadin.n the ftfe #n'l well- worn way That the prudent choose eat li time, And you think me recklen anil ra«h to* day Itecause 1 prefer to clliul'. Your path U the rijfht out tuine We are not liUe pea« in u |nmI. Compelled to lie in a certain line Or el*e be nattered abroad. 'Twere a dull old world, luetliluk*. uij friend, If we all went 1u*t sue w ay, Vet our path* will uieet no doubt at ihe etui Though they leau apart today. Vou like the fchade and I like the sun; Vou like an even pace; I like to mix with the throng and rui\ And then rest after the race. 1 like danger and storm and strife; Vou like u peaceful time; 1 Ae the passion and surge of llle; Vou like its gentle rhyme. Vou like buttercups, dewy sw eet, Aud crocuses, framed in snow: 1 like the roses born of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 September 1891

T. B.WILSON. Floater Abstractor, With S. li. Surveyor and Notary l'ublio. 'StaX Ollluv III Court House THE DEMOC RAT CNTKNCD AT TMC CttSTOrriCt A* SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTBR. • " —uo to - R. 1YI. Board For your l>lf Y (iOODM, II'4 bundle* the bent good* and sells for I lie lowest prices. Spend your < with li'm. VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1891. SUB-TREASWY, FREE COINAGE OF SILVER W V LIE ITEMS NO. 30. (Hustler. 1 ANDs" The Third Party Are the leading subjects now be- ing discussed by the politician and while we are not capable of solv- ing either of the above, a question of MORE benefit to the consumer at the present time; that of supply- ing the people of o<]Collin County |>> WITH Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Boots, Shoes, etc., At lower prices than ever before. LAWNS CH ALLIES LAWNS 2000 yd. figured lawns, 2 1-2 cents per yard worth 6 14. 1B00 yd. figured c bailies 8 1-2 cents worth H 1-2. 1200 yd. summer cashiiner 8 1 H cents worth 12 1-2. r^r *• 10...

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

f S; si i ii f4 I am v V.vi'H i "ff-i i lite THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PUBLISHED By F. C- t'rMfunfir One Viiar, .fll.ftO Bight Mailt l.OO 81* Month*, 7ft rtiree " «' Olll* AtlvOI'tiriiilil liUtl'M. One column 1 j car.. ......... $1.'>0.0(> Hulf column 1 year 80,(*i t-tucli klnghi column 12.U0 Local ntllreg. * Ktitc |>t r line foi each Insertion, obituaries of mori' than 10llae* will bo rharged for at our usual rates. All con trait* will be charged for In proportion to the above. Addre« . Pimociui Pitb. Co., McKlnney. Tezet. "Comlntesrv, Thou Art it Jewel.*' A lll«li«-r Moral Prat*. and was incidentally I happen M* i*ut| THURSDAY SEPT. 3,1801. "Iu my last letter."—Foster. Let monopoly rage, tbe peo- ple are iirai. The people: We will justice and our rights. Lave Kdlu>r Dcuiih rat When attending the pi camp meeting near i'oir prising ejty of Mt Kinney, om live w^-eks since, I spoke of tn marvelous wealth inherent in your (*<>tI 'old * ha' v our legal rate of Hi- lt-re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 September 1891

T. U- T,MK tAKI>- Icrfi^SS: J::::::: 0:00 a. m. 4:-ls p. in. I);10 p. in. 0:(M it. ui. H;tll p. ui. 0:10 «i. ui. No. H.... nortb.No; ...... ii iSo. lil m. k.£t. , 12:10 p. in , \rflve8 1 1:40 p. in g* vr *' ■" L j _ ■ MlV'ltC" DlltEOTOBY. = CliUT Emerson paid Sherman a viuit Monday Bd Neilon, of Bi uh Hide, wum iu ihe city Tuebday. Oban. Kusters spent last Fri- day iu Van Alstyne. Jou Sanders, of Blue llidge, wuh in the city Tuesday. J. M. Appleton, of Melissa, was in the city Tuesday. J. Y. Bowman, of Blue Ride, was in the city Tueaday. Miss Josie Davia spent Sun- f Highest of all in Leavening Power.—T.ntcst U. S. Gov't Report. A Cure I'ur l*;irulysl*. , of Poroell, "I induced Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE i 1'hmbytaiuax. i'^v Sabbatb Ht ii o'clock day in Piano with Mends. Itev. J. 8. Weaver, I'-'^ Sul.l.uili wheel every Sabbaih ery Hiiperliitend- Sen i W*' I'lHtaDVTKIUAN. every Sabbath at II o'clock mil V ' • Sabbath icbool ! *' « sabbath i • Prayer Wednemiay night at 7:30. mftiiodiht...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 September 1891

la, V I if ' membership in tbe Alliance, will unit* in its support when tbe reasonableness of the Alli- ance demands are fully under stood, As the linns are now It Is Reviewed by tbe Dallas County Lecturer for tbe Or. der. HE APPLAUDS THEIR TION. 4C- Alliuuceiuen oi' Texas Will Not Abandon the Democratic Par- tj Unless It AbuudoiifcfUe Alliance- Must Swallow the bub-treasury. I *'1*5 Sl-WK Mr. VV. ii. Cole, a well known farmer of Dallas county, who keeps up with the times and is now and then heard from in public, and who always has something to say, was in tbe city yesterday and was asked for a talk on the recent acts and personnel of tbe State Farmers' Alliance. Mr. Cole is count) lecturer for the Alliance and is usually a member of the con- ventions of his order. His in fluence and views are regarded, inside and outside of bis order, as always forcible. Mr. Cole was asked: "What do you think of the Alliance- men who bare just met in Dal- las. as to their personnel and capabilities...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 September 1891

rp B WTT,RnN. Pioneer Abstractor, ^ ,| ( u|h. Surveyor Mini Notary publl" * 'Oil I' THE 1~"K rOL. 8. 10 Cents per for Cotton: MQC RAT M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1891. Go to R. M. Board For your l. It V (jOODW, Ik- lnimlU'S Hit bftit >;ootl* ami mIU for Hit! lowest urlces. Miiend your cash with h'm. —1 —■ ——imhahb NO. 31. FariiinrMvlllo Items. I Times. 1 In it Over-producllonl Rowidtrr, Sept. 7, 'OA. | Editor Democrat. T. 8. Letson returned from 1 wil1 ,ry to wri,w " lrtW Sr. Louis last Thursday. for y°U1' paper- Misa Julia Riae can* home 1 8HH lh* Parli8ttn P per '«*r i Tuesday. tiuueto ubus« the Fanners' al- ; . "u:,.. , „ ; liunce, und the mor* they .1 l) IIIiI has returned from1 I a plesuni nip to Tennessee. Eugene Loony han gone to Tehuacaiia to attend school. Dr. Howell, * f Merritt, wae Tris season does not seem probable, owever our buyers are payimti|inFttrmer,,villwof,aatwaek- igher prices, so we are told tllalI iM,<,"lrl'c'M'Hol,,4ke^andJoll,, t any othe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 September 1891

11 ' m THE DEMOCRAT. KD1TKU ANDTUULISMKI) By F. C- Thompson. 8LHSCRIITION IUTH: Oue Your #1,50 Bilftit Months l.OO His Month*, 75, rliree I. 40 such ladies <18 in their judge- ment it) for I lie beet int^ivsia ol There being no record of the previous meeting the commit lee proceeded to the considera- tion of tlie following resolution of Capt. Merrlf: Resolved, that Mrs. Sherley and Mrs. McAuley be and ure hereby authorized to appoint Out- Atlvei'llNtui; H« le . One ooluiuu 1 year f 130.00 Ualf column 1 year N0.00 l-lnch single column 12X0 Loal nctk'ea. " «nli per line foi caob insertion. Obituaries of more than 10line* will be chafed for al our usual rww. All contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address. Wkmociut Pen. Co., MiKlnney, Texts. THURSDAY SEPT. 10,1891. What became of Barney (i. Tiikuk are 1,200/HX) colored alliance men in the I . S. What has become of the Farmers World, the "busl 'em up" organ It is getting about time to huut up U. S. Uall and inte...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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