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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 September 1891

t. «• time iaki>. W hi tee Gi oVf niii.t<m< ji.>« : changed its time of meeting to | the 1st Saturday night and 3rd Saturday evening in each month. ... no j (i;uoa. n>. 1M'8- J- NV- O'Uwiun and iii'lnf *° !t jjo! i Jj Wp. m. i child, and Mrs. Joe White aud children of Weatherford are in the oity thisweek visiting the family of W. D. O'Uwiu. No. H I :10| . in ..i, \o U:,W H' 111 Colo* i"*'ll' So. 1.. «:«« p- m .. no. i;t 0:10 a. iu M K. a rr. Arrive* ■ Ullvt'8 Ht . • ....12:40 p. in. .... 1:15 p. in- church diukotoby. fr■miikiii.ano i-kbhbvtkhun. „ ..ice* every Sabbath at 11 o'clock *"1. d 7-«) 1>-in. J^v.J. 8. Weaver. sn'.l.ut ll school every Sabbath $S5'a. '■ aiiperlntend «nt' I'HKSnYTKHIAN. c !««« every Sabbath at 11 o'clock ■r . 7::«> P !«• Habbath .cl.ool \ « Sabbath l • mtwllng every Wednenday night at 7:30 Muriioourr. Se.vUf" «verj Sabbatl. at H o'clock ,,, nm| 7:15 |>. ui.. Hev. J. a. Stet- V paitor. Sabbath school every tuhhitli ui I'M" a. m. Snlemleu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 September 1891

Tiie Hfven Stage*. Only a bat v. Kltml and earcawHl, Uet 11 y held to a mother"# Ureasl. Only a child, Toddling alone. Brlgliteuiiig now tM happ.v home. Ooly a boy. Trudging to (ohool, Uoveroed now t y 11 *t 'rner rule. Only a youth, Living In drcuui#: Full ot prouilce life now Only a man, Battling w ith life, gharetl In now by n loving wife. Only a father, Burdened with care, Silver thread# in dark brown hair. Only a graybearil. Toddling again. Urowing old and full of puin. Only a mound, O'ergrown with gra*R, Dreaaia unrealized—reat at last. —Uoiton Transcript. show mural courage in refusing lie iutimaied that the alliance to fight." Tie colonel smiled had a very large club laid up an if greatly uniu-ed by thMt for (iov. lloug. lie said the or- telegram*. ^er wttB favorable to the eleva-• This report created <iy^te a, tion of the young men of the b«re. Nothing excite#, state and the relegation to the uood mov. s<ir up A Lad Kills a Notorious Colored Out law Out r sfhi. & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 September 1891

"i \ V ni t. b. wilson. / Pioneer [Abstractor, wtb 8.«.Col#' Hur*®y®r and public. j j^-Ollloe lu Court llouse.'-ftli -Go to- CNTCRIO AT THK PQATOFFICK *• •CCONR CLAI TTM. R. M. Board For your DRY GOODS, Hi? lianUleN tbe beat Koods ud Mil* for the lowest price*. Speed your M#k with hlui. a VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, What about KUducloi Cotton J Planting? This season does not seem probable, however our buyers are paying higher prices, so we are told than at any other point in the state. We see but little hope of better prices and in fact it is our opinion that present prices will be sustain- ed but a short time; we therefore [suggest to our customers that they market their cotton as early as ready for market. ntioipating low prices tor cotton this season, e made extra efforts in buying oods to effect the lowest possible rice and our New York buyers $ve been and are instructed to buy or CASH, thereby giving us ad- antage of all low prices and extrft ,sh discounts and in this ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 September 1891
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 September 1891

£Vi\ V. TIME CARD. Ur!"'N«: J::... bw No. H.. noril'.No. C:00 a. m. 4:4>iji. in. 0;10 p. m. U:04 a. in. H;4U p. m. 0:10 a. ui No. it No. M. K. & T. 12:40 p. m. 1:45 p. nr * "' —- EqCAL NEWS. VVEONG Wed- I Dwell utid Bowers tomorrow ^ — CiST ADRIFT Monday jsht- L TATTOO MARK Tuesday jht. _ ^ great #day sighk j^VedeyGoodiu was lu Sher- , last Sunday. Jejune Kellar, of Nevada, Irisitiug in the city. ^Cook is in Sherman week on business. Dr. OhamleBB of Stony Point novh'K 10 McKinney. L. Parker was In Dallas ^Tuesday on bUBineBB. jhTuullet lias returned lu a visit to relatives in Mis- gheritl' Phillips and Police Bellow were in Sherman |i week. H~(joddard und family tiled his mother in Sherman | Sunday. sTpaul Ualia and children Gsiuesville, returned home Sunday morning. P. Cox, of Rhea's Mill, Ldly renewed his subscript- i to Tin: Dkmoorat. John Ingram left .last oday morning to visit rela i at Rockdale, Texas. 1. P. Ward, of Parker kind [r«newed his subscription to }fDemocrat y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 September 1891

Xi II I t I * II Tlie Bine nd Oraj. Upon utr b(M0ui toftly Hen A kom of blue *nd gray. You ilk the wbyV Tttn fill my eye* A* now to you 1 §«> , I had two brother* once, Wana-bearteU. ijom, and gay They banners of peace ill compact and swore vengeance ag rauks, shoulder to shoulder. j the whole body. They touch each other syrapa-1 Yesterday he sent th«*tically. They are learning to light for eaoh other, not against each other. They are bearing one another's burden's. left myrtde -or« wore tb* w w alv pr„paring the way for way. This Parti n was The other wore the gray One "O.le v..Kli Stonewall anil bit men, And )oir i«d lit* fate with l.ee; The other followed tthcriuHti'ti march Triumphant to the «ea. Both fought for what they deemed the right, Xhd died with sword In band; Onsateepa beneath Virginia'* hills, And one in Georgia'^ aand. The aame >un iblnea upon their gravea; My love for both must stay; And bo upon my bosom lies Thle knot of blue and gray. DIXON'8 PULPIT ltETIEW. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 September 1891

► ^Tb. WILSON pioneer Abstractor, fc# ||. Ode, Surveyor sad Notary ■ ItU j ubUc. ^OfloS in ( ourt House THE ta<M§P ilk MATTCN. GO TO R. M. Board For your DItY CIOOD8, lie handle* ttie bent goods and for (lie lowest price*, spend you* with titiu. __ () L- M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T: SEPTEMBER 24, 1891. NO. 33. & Harris, PiuBstbiufT Mcdowell .1 willfully or not, and knew the exaot reas- iven Uim in detail as to change for Macune when he tuat editorial endeavor- place me in a false posl- When in Mississippi I V V . pains to explain to W. 8 A letter purporting to have other tnau on it. had agreed <vicb NfcAtist' i just what my inves ! which we could not get, it wonl $er*Wr 1 ')e wrouK to condemn him an Of Tennessee Presents to the in a spirit of fairness to Publle an Explanation of His whom I believed to be guilty Letter to McAl Ister Con- | some indiscretion or wn earning the Maeune a Matter. doing—though I did not the positive proof—withdrew my minority report after every <0 save...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 September 1891

4 I I 1 m I II $ f m ■ [I THE DEMOCRAT. BDITKD AND PUBLlsnKD By F. C- Thompson. ORANGE UIX)8NUNI>. Mitten—PiimIIii. SOBSCftiniOH KATBS OMlMT. 91.ao sua* Booths lUMmlhi, 1 .IK) 7A •eetttettet •••• Adrertlitiug Hoten. On* oolumn 1 year flM.00 violation of confidence With prospects of a prolonged Talks cheap, bu* when It's What does the public thiuk chase before us, with gatue In backed up by a pledge of ihe of a man (?) who would give to sight that has been fattened for hard cash of a financially re- the world the secret works of a quarter of a century in the sponsible firm, or company, of . either the masons, odd fallows, public patiturtj, cunning as the world wide reputation for fair 1<ael Monday evening a' J knights of pythi'is or any oth fox und ferocious as the tiger, and honorable dealing, it means "'j5 , ^oute of Mrs. 8. A, worthy organization r Kven we can hardly atlbrd to waste business! rhalln, of this city, was the the violation of ooutideuce be- our munition. It is n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 September 1891

THE CHANGE! MADE! THE TROUBLE AND WORRY IS OVER! We are at home in our new and elegant store room at our old stand on the INorth East corner of the square, and are ready to do that which is our greatest pleasure, show and price you our immense stock of DRY GOOD, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc. lb S *Bv «««*'! id f i |w>r. cST We seek to stimulate and hold trade b/ none other than fair, square and legitimate means, e mark our goods in plain figures, give you but one price and bid only for Our bills are all due when the goods are wrapped up. We advertise what we have and what re advertise we have. A visit to the MISSISSIPPI STORE, will convince you of the fact that we WILL SELL YOU BETTER GOOD for Less MONEY than any house in McKinney. ead a few of our Prices, bring this list along with you and see if we don't sell as we advertise- 30 yd# cottn checks for $1.00 Double widih broad bead dress goods 25 cts per yard. 20 yds4-4 bleach domestic for 1.00 We are showing the Litest NOVELTIES i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 September 1891

[J j ts t iff! i hi i i mm iii! i iH .,| . flSMli b \ iUttfiMMNttMW' rr .. AS U.Limi: *«!«<. mouetrated. Ao for aspiration and infinity and the creative iFrom <i r aiuabo j ^nius of «!)•' universe, the more STSt-0" ™ ^on,e oaltu.ed, the more Throw down your work, ami fur awhile Wtt lUat th6J"fc art1. er ought to he. You are to be hi« moral pbysioiau. No one can take him from yoa. You have the right to cure him. The man who wrongs you is The Banner freely that it does not admire the agitators who are attraot attention at the preset* tit but it does have an at TO OUR KRAOERH. During the corning fall ihe lteat from your Usttr toll Come, let ut In the Alliance meet, And counsel with each other; Katabllih r.i*'on* of our eraft. For helping one another. All other triu<c« have organized In union* for protection. And if the Farmer* organize There ahouid he no object ion < lur produce U the stall' of life ! On it all nniM rely : Without the fruit of our toil, Moth man and beast m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 October 1891

tTB. WILSON. Ploaeer Abstractor, Kitb h. H- Hurvey°r *ml Noury Public. ^.Qllict' 111 CNTCNtO AT •tCOND CI ftTTSR. ao to R. IKK. Board For your DHY GOODS, He handle* the bent food* sod for the low eat price*. Spend wM him. _ VOL. 8. Hi, Hit business suits, 8UIT8 FOR PROFESSIONAL MEM Igl [TS FOR TUB FARMER, and 8uit8 FOR THE MECHAN L and WEDDING 8UITS. Barney & Harris Have Clothing to please the Fat Man, Have Clothing to please the Lean Man, Have Clothing to please the Have Clothing to please t M'l^NgEY, TEX A 8, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1891. NO. 34. A ?VOWUAN TAI4III r Government Uhm Mot a Mew . Tiling. 8*.;P4VK Tex., Sept. l.—It is oqw time for all true and sincere citizens to rise op and say something, at least appro- priate to their sentiment*! re- specting the justly uprising now prevailing in our country. I, say ills just, for no ooe but a enc«it#d adherer of the "green ^flwqboly < ldpr«aume s .audacity of inserting that Vthe reform movement is an un- just measure, riff raff...

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

,1! ||l' 11 It 11 sk ; M i! r II I .?■ if*"* ■>« m rl ' B I M m it' 1 t t I 1 THE DEMOCRAT. IDITKD AND published If F. C- Thompson. FAtTSHtPPOKTKDBY NUtTBIS* "SmIiib lunardOl t.atr* of the Psture, SwIiik OutMuril. Ye Door* of the Past." the evil, let's notice some of the 8urcess to Til* Dkmoobat old*r states, which for a quartei and may it long live to battle jofacentuiy or more hafe had for the right. SuMeaimoN H m: t Months. 01.00 l.OO 75 40 Advortlwiiiii ItatcB. Sept. i«, '1)1. no public lands to be bought or settled upon, under the home- ttifad law. The state of Ohio is the old- Jno POWELL AMII LKEPI They Meat Death with Ucranc uui Button-kola llou- quets aud ASSERTING THEIK INNOCENCE. Lkhanon, O Editor l>euiocral. If you will allow me space in of the northwestern status, your paper, I will endeavor to'it no longer has any public lauds pen a few dots for my Texas an(j has not had any, except friends. The weekly visits ot poor remnants for twenty or yv^r.'/y.y T">;,1)K"°...

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

II. f 1MB CARD. ;; no. m [ c in«r noriu, >• • ii Nu. l«i M K.&T. 6:00 a. m. |>. 111. 0:101>. m. MM a. iu. H; (i p. IU. 0:10 ft. m Arrive* « .. 12:40 p. m. ... l:-iv p. 51- W# are pltttRfd to place the name of our old friend R. M ScoU, of Alu>gii,on our Met this week. 7 (MIIUII directory. uitor. iTu;#!«. ' I w>'- f,.MUKUANIMHWI VTIWIUN. -""ZJSXXi The "town oow" switches her tali Id despair ae she gazes through the wire fence of the olty's Hock prison. J. N. Staudifer of Bellvue, Tex., was on our streets shak- ing hands with bis many friends last Saturday. Mr. C. P. Shrlion of Verona was ia the oity last Saturday. Mr. Shelton campliments Tiik Dkmookat'h management. Our fellow uiiizeu, B. F. Fer- guson, will place the piaas of a lltMBYTSBUN. ^rvice' ;^[y,,H,Inb*8 bb tl0 ohw!l patent bridge on exhibition at • - I I, ill lit I'::*' >. I'^y" b „ \Ved«esday night at 7M. U). ttll'l I'very S\„ I BWllnK('v' Ml illlOltlST. WW every Sabbalh ] III o'clock ItS! ''s^uih iioA ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 October 1891

It I ;j|® if! III H liil wm ■ ,a-J III 5 f "> ■ I m i rt I K'i 1 1 ' ' • 4. r fc t? i a#! 11 ■ ■ R1 w KKN ^ <it* • f: « , M 1 I •1 j ?< r 1 if f * i i ! 11 ft i I i i I 1 11 §! i i ■' Oilya OltM. Oily • fiM* in tke bwroom. Osl; t >l gte flue; Oatf • iMk ofoouragts, Ooljr the wuwer "jm !" Only sasvtii successful raik MAKINO. company I, Forty-third regl ment of the North Carolina in- The Corpus L'brUtl Experiment Proves u Hiir Bucrew-Tf# Mure Trials I'roiuiectl. WOMAN'S ALLIANCE. Qaljr fc« rfd Charlie," f |ki aul work U done. t*Ur*"Uttla bit tlpay," Only bloodttaot eyee. Oaly • pleating mother, Only a wlfe'a eurprUe paly an aching forehead. Caljr a brvlaed iaee, (Mr • broken promise. UBlr • <*S*P dUfrace. (My a ohaarleM shanty, Without fire or wood, jgI Uttla half-clad children Waltiag aad ciytng lor food; Oalr oassaa for kisses, > aad woe, r a drunken father, i angry blow, Oalf weeping children, •aty a dying wife, Only aaother premise— oiUjr a drunkard's life' OI Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 October 1891

piHPH VOlir DtJJt" AT • nHnr« ADVERTISING AND Good News! to adopt Km right •ourse, Dcod b« iuug ijaicUd with holla A, plapicf, « otbw eutatSSl^: gjgf&swBwrs from tiio I P . 1 •MN>1 pollMoui aim! QflfoUi nmtter Artistic Job Printing, J dull awl 'Xnuhi" our work. |j,B3PKllTI"N PRIOK ONLY $1.50. per Year P1UVATB rwaitj sosaftSfl&aSar Freedom • the demands of .those who brought him prominently be- Trlbiof Home of the Frauds Perpetrated fore the people for I be IioUllna Mrs. Webb & Son, (Formerly of Collin Co.) I'KOI'KIKTOHS1 Id North Afcard <t, IMLLAHt TKX A8> , •> CENTRAL. university I ' \ u, J . CUIUS! OF 0 M tM* r*p f. Prof, J 1EWIS MOWF. Registrar I Ml . t>" use M tjTi/taSEa^f «• {5£?$£.*£*!LailM?*an MO* complaint dl J? J?1*? cure.", O. Oarels, 0. Vl«toil , Tsnaullnai ra^agaviaatsBi. ® M«^ al^rt>^ejw. I eoofldeaUy sssssuj iss.rsasja.'cr ,—u" Ayer's % Sarsaparilla, raaraaao ▼ • DR. J. 0. ATM 4k 00., Lowell, *> ««, •oWbyDniwtoW. |l,*li«i. WorU. .fcollU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 October 1891

AUthtK iff I 8 ail E ;i I I' m m. f i Si * r" 11 '*4 ■ I f i 1" « m * 8 BU I ' ■ ! ■1 J < § ' E 1 ! ,1 , ] ! ■] IwM THE DEMOCRAT. K1)1TK1> A.ND PUBLISHED By F. C- Thompson. THKYUAD ENEMIB8. Deputy Slicrlff C *tou ol and Hum Morrlit Slaiu. gcMCiimoH RATH: tight Mouth*, •Ie Month*, rhree •• Kahmkus in Georgia and ad llen , unieiuonstrative inter- lu our edi'.oral column will racy is doing a migolflcent jaceut states must look the fact hbi which dictates tbe policies never he found a personal que* loaf and fish business!—Dallas ■quart* in the face that they and plans of each alike, in the tio ing of a mans politics or News. must raise less cotton aud more bankers and railroad Id terest;: religion. His *ord is good Only a Baby^1 of other crops —Dixie Farmer, and they pay the bills —The enough for the writer. We are . — Pa kis, Tex , Oct. 6—Deputy Arkansas Farmer. even sorry that our worthy oor- Tbe telegraph now Inform, a Sheriff Castnn nod 8>«u Morris! . RmTS vmi „ respondent,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 October 1891

Highest jf ail in : U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLLTTELY PURE «.«T. «• TIMK CAED. •j.. 4.. No. 14 Q lM north. No. ....... « No. 1H i>:00 a. iu. '1:48 p. ai H:10 ]>. m. H:04 a. ui H;40 p. m. 0:10 a. in M K.T. Ajriw* #l U v# ' ....12:40 p. 1:45 p. OHVUCH DIKKCTORY. Cl rKMWYtlUIUK. s-nlom everv Sabbath at 11 o'clock ml7*80 i). w KfiV, J. 8. Wenv^r, JjL Hnbl.utli school t'very Kabbaili {$ . superintend- "l1, I'lUWIYTMBAK. Eileen ovory SubbRtli at 11 o'olook 7;:mi|>. m. Sabbath aohool nt «. 111. Prayer t «■' K*lil)Htli at l .:«0 a. m. Prayer uiV tii'X''v, rv Wedn*d J night at 7:80. m kiiiomht. .wvIm* even Sabbath at 11 o'clock > «« an<r7:1 •" p.m.. "«v. .1. A. 8taf- ,« iiiistur. mi I'bat b aohool every <ial(t>Mfll lit I*' Ai IU. " -L 1 ' mr sSntendcnt. Piyer meeting ev- tiy Vl'rdr.eiday iilf^bt at 7. 0. ctiKurriAN. PrriicbliiK every Sabbath morning at [ JXZJl-M P-,u- ,Kki"r ,*rt «beU. iitor. Sunday xchool every Sabbath | *, #.{<1 ii, ui. P. llarrla, superi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 October 1891

V Jf ■* OOUStl uucimu Itocl| roclty Conference pouctl. Post- w r *JKt ^ M the Besft • Ayft * ruts bare been used intiy family lor over thirty yean. Wk 0« «l Ih. m an >• cellent nH'dlcine tn tcverj, eruj*l e disease*, and all bilious MudWefiwd seldom c*!l | h)Stclan. Tbe); a*0 jiSwrtt y the only fill mod."—Hcdmon C. I'. O., W. FiUclma f 11 1 In M 5 i i IjfJ I #! i [ I ill : f 1 * «? i ■KH lill :::; *v 41 ukI 1 \m p;.« i mf if - r I . \ \ ? 9 i i 114 \ §13 T ! Iff MJ I It this country eliihl years. Itjhls time, wither I, wr any if lamlly have used any other me than Ayer's Pills, but these keep at hand, and I should not to get along without them." — Soderbcrg. Lowell. Mass. nave used Ayer's Cathartic rills as u Family Medicine ' for 36 years and they have always given (he utmost satisfaction " — James A. Thornton, Bloomlngton, Ind. •'Two boies of Ayer's rills eured me of Iv-vere headache, from which f was long a luBertr." — Emma Kcyes, ilubbaidsw n. ANV, Off. f>, '91 — inocrai. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 October 1891

pMjHi ipiiaiiig ■■I Ml_ : ■ '• rftai'U ' I I'loueer Abstractor, s H. Dole. Surveyor aud Notary public. jgpOffl'f l H.'it«e-iao I rn & ii INTZtl 0 AT THE l 4*T0f *s SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTfN <1,1 KM For DrtY Mi' bundles tlin bent r.ir i lit- low tut t prices. ivitt- hi (I. jl vol.. s- M KINNEY, TEX/ , TIIlffiSDAY. OC V'JKU 15, 1K91. «*' • %•* • i «•., Special Sale JSTO. 36. • AT- 5 r <U * S A (or.l. lNTICKYIEWfil) ioket, clear through^ U'nd invwiii fretim-mly imp or* iiii> rl , of ; ltnH|it>t lli|.,'(lii- A.. Inn of |li<> t'\. . : , , . ecutive cmmlttor. ",V '/,Kl,b,,r wU ' *** bBOftlu? "< j dtialleoted to stay wi ll tlie ulil ,pl tb" Hti ik Rett'"1"" 8««in . (J,; 1 H TO CLOSE ALL Short Pieces in Dross tb>ods, Gingham^, P in 1) til - ic i ami Flannel* in new and attractive Kail ■ • i Slf Si TO CLOSE nib~. U.illmi New*, i 'at, II, Mr. W. U. Co)e, the uneiuhev nf the Pal bis < min y democratic j fc£i;tivn rym nit-be*, who was i'V'iyi- tiic • 1 I. y thai bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 October 1891

i R * I ■ m I ill f fi K'i] I 1 ,S$ H'v ■ fr II THE DEMOCRAT. ■DITKD AKDriTBUSnin l| f.C* Tktapson. (mctimox iutm: 8 i« .1 •lit-*' «*•■ i -in II ii — tuD, una tlte Law and Order league, did do iomt> good after nil. Some of the most power —r ful uambleis in Houston are now in juil, among them a man • 1 ,0O w ho is Maid to be worth a quar t r of n million dollars.—Oa 7© 40 zF.rrK. i ■ secure iinuuiimt> for tun con oiant toil in hia old uge; lie knows also that hia father ia not lazy; that he has toiled early and late aa long as he 1 UK INIHH'KNDKNT I PateruntUm. One day laat week a car load Our A.«Werti**tuir Hntea. of IJO.OOO pounds cabbage wus 0Hoolumo 1 year flj0.00 received ut Dallaa. via the San- ■al/ooluiP!) 1 year &0.00 ta Fe route, from Iowa. This MaebatafU column . l^.oo car load will coat the conaumera actlcaa, 7 oaau | cr Hue foi tBMrtloo. OMtuarte. of mor* II.&W, or the value of nearly 10 Uam wlU t* charged for at our forty bales of cotton. Thecab bages were ...

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