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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 November 1891

Highest of ah Le vening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTE!!? PURE Murrlago Bolls. The following marriage li- censes have been issued, by county clerk Keen, since oui last report: Geo. Hefner uud Lulu Katie Miller, T. F. Maugum and Alice Fltihugb, W. R. Todd and Sa- rah Jane Kicks, H. A. Newlin and i>onia Denton, W. T. mil !>*" OrtMd Hullwajr Time Table, vorili. No. 18 Arrive! 6:3.1 «. m. S9H, i- s •• h. m- „ a •• 8:*H p. ut a " (1:02 H. in 4 " 4:45 p. m ]4 " Bill p. ui Houlli chiuch directory. erinxiii am wtMsmtnuK, IhffleM ever* H«b >atli .t il o'clock Ti> in. Hev. J. 8. Weaver, school every 8 bba h Iffi'i. . superintend- rBKIWI VTttUAH. tl«M avery Hubbub t 11 o'clock , - ami 7:80 P • Bnbbitllt school ■* febbnlti ut 9:30 •• "eery Wednesday night at 7:80. MKTIIIIDIST. vi(.v ■ Sabbath at H o'clocK mil 7:1.1 i> in.. Ijev. J. A. tf.af- " ,or. Sabbath school every «tiut 0:15a.m. — — -rtrteudont. l'rayer meeting ev- rWWMdsy nlgbt at 7: 0. ■ iitRunrtAJr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 November 1891

f t IE* I ill?, I 1 % | ■ su. 21 2Sj A>f- ^ I M • ■ STRAIOISM. We quote the following from the Nkm* Would as part of Chapter Five, on railroad and telegraph matter: It is true, that municipal corporations (a body of people governing their public matter by representatives elected for that purpose! are for the purpose of govern- ment and establishment of justice, and private corpora- operation and no capitalist to compensate for, I "stimuli* to be one and three-fourths cents a mile per passenger or less, and other rates accordingly low. Notwithstanding, as synonymously alluded to, that, if a party of individuals own a railroad they have a right to claim it, to sell it, to lease it, or to oontrol it, aud ob- tain as high rates for the conveyance of commodity, pas-1 . sengers, etc., as they can without stratagem and engross- tlotu for tl purpo.e of iruti.scting busioe.. or acquiring m9nl. tllBy 8UouU ,n (Ull mi or wealth; bat it ii to be known tbnt in .nub bnninnu, which do,„ |b, woU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 November 1891

* "XTB. WILSON. pionwr Abatfteisr, u 8> u. Col«. Surveyor snd Notary Public. j^nilko in Court Moms-" DEMOCRAT BNTMCBATTHC NITOrfCIM SSCOND CLASS MAIL MATTCR VOL. 8. [TO THE FARMER. (why not avail yourself of an opportunity seldom offered in m'kinney? Wo havo decided to place our en-:h ■tire Stock of BRYGOODS, No- jitions, Boots, Shoes, Hats andL i Clothing before the people of Ool-jS !lin County at Prh is nfei m M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THXJBSD AY, NO VE MI iER 21 > 1 Money, Money! If you desire Money at a low rate of inter- est call on Robt. B. Bonnor, Office over Seay & Webber's Buok Store, M'-Klnney, Texan. ' ??!-■ P' - |M. MAN AM) WOMAN. <35 ' asonV Price on Ifact-'d yoSTni u position that incurs on every planter an £u actual lose in the production of the same, and we propose^ to share the burden of the lose with yon by dividing out vis aiai'giihof profit on Every Dollar Spear, with ue. 543 £ This is Not Idle Talk, but we feel* filial every penny w.< can hhvh forj&tt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 November 1891

I T* r B i iff: : Til An We keep our stock well supplied with fresh, desirable stuff, such as the people want and you will find that we give you the worth of your money. Don't Buy Your Winter Goods Before Looking and Pricing With Us. We want your confidence and your trade : and we know we must treat you right to get either. Respectfully, MURPHY, PERRY & CO. THE DEMOCRAT. emtkd and pubuhiijcd By F. C< Thompson, Si'iwoiurrioN Katks: One Year #1 .f>« (Sight Month* l.tH Six Moiitlm, riireo " 41 Our AUvorlinlutf Kutow One column 1 year $1 j" i" Half rolunui 1 year l-lucta alnglu column I--1* Local iKilccfi. 7 cute per Hue foi cuolt Insertion. Obltuariee of uu,r< than 1U lincB will be eliurgwl for it! our usual rate*. All contr tots w 111 ho charged for li- proportion to the above. Addreaa. UI.MOCIUT 1'UB. CO., McKiiiuey. Texea. f - ' —1—' THURSDAY NOV. 30. 1891. TO UTit HEADERS. During tin- mining fall the proprietor ut l ift: Democrat wfil call on subscriber, who is in arre...

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

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report XaOOAI* MTBW3S 1 Balding Powder A&SOU/TELY PifBE Dr. E. LEE BURTON, Physician, Surgeon £nj Specialist. JltiB permanently located at Mclvluney, Oilice over Wiseman's Store, N. E. Corner of Square. fhanksglving day. Thank yon for subscription. l'oatoflloe street is being im- •royed by convict labor. A false alarm of lire was ai*ed last Tuesday night. J. L. Faitni, Hi Ltflwuou, was in the city last Saturday. E. W. Morton baa purchased the loe plant from Nenney & Perdue. Mr. uud Mia. (*. O. Cat®, of Altoga, gave u* a pleasant oall ye- erltiy. There is a man iu McKinney who ia so selfish that the Hies He is a member of the Alumui Association of the Kentucky avoid him. School of Medicine. | **"*?" il.iti'ii' ry member of the Historical Society of Baylor Uni-1 Skeltou, the liveryman, trinity , .. , Wylie, was in McKinney g„lrlen Medalist in General Therapeutics, &e. last Saturday. He guarantees a certain and positive ...

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

&*; i - i J I* if!' 1; il if fH- mi % MM • 91 i 1 ill I mi.. «|i & i.::P | ' f SJIfc* 2 h £jtft i . ejj' JU JW ■M HftP? l-| Yfl JHVIllwt-WrwIni'r • .1 News Gathered Throughout the Lone Star State 1*0 UUT TO PSOPEP. EI!IEN3I01f8 O'l' I«H1 uver | i IK... VS Thirty** . fail's ot tro slate of Trim vs. JltlllVS ' ' Mil draws. W psuic*-. V ili.-ll, Ouii Willi*** .1. Mi F. i r. rlsiid. w - AU K t * . .. • «/ ( t>rlee from rnln. MIm Mary DtUanio The coronet «ave .'o..i ^on«ti nl de- of Brook Iju lias T i\ki| ft,, kuir«uuiiiii|* I .iff- « otu «*r|t* **4| III* rut| 0i l*tll 111%; • . i t^r0. Of% Atid Town hi IUU C rutal ^u4M'non« h. Miiicti.i'R. Nov. $1.—While Mi. KuUe. living iuur Uii) <<>x>ve, m#- «i.. i;uyed In uioviu# hn i-ffrct* iiUh>v-the Leon, tlie driver of yne of bia Ic.im • lij'lf"! tiff till' U'llil ill fr>'U . litld f.'illiir i u hi* head lii neck whs l>rol;t:ii. liuUkll'll IliU'i I'm!?-. Nov. si.-.Mr* McK.iy, the wife of ;i tanner uvu> !j!o.-hou...

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

SI "TTB. WILSON, Pwnutr Abstractor, U.C°I , iurreyor and Notary public. ^•ortU'e lo Court Houso. THE VOL. 8. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, s sww loss i& • v * im FROM WASHINGTON CITY Au.l I r||v* All Oilier Dniwrili lo Do Ik* Maine Thing Hon. a. I'arllalo Work- lug lu. liana y. >> t National Republi- can Cunt ant Ion Iii Minneapolis. |TO THE ;WHY NOT AVAIL YOURSELF OF fP HE wiu VOTE FOB OOLOMEL mm AN OPPORTUNITY SELDOM OFFERED IN M'KINNEY ? We have doold.d to place our on-|| t£rC HtOOK Ox DRYlHo-MlU>i>,>tt> of ',u''al"1 withtlruwn fioui jtions, Boots, Shoos, Hats ax&d&ts Clothing before the pooplo of Ool"^ jj;lin County at Prices that marks a nas mi as the race uud will not only vote for Mr. Mill#, but ho urges all other Democrat* to do the sumo thiug. Yet, in spite of that fact there la as uiuch doubt an to the way it ii going aa there has ever beon. It hita been the policy of the friends of the candidates throughout the race to deulcro that their wan was a ure win...

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

sm i '/■ m . i;• We keep our stock well supplied with fresh, desirable stuff, such as the people want and you will find that we give you the worth of your money. Us. Don't Buy Your Winter Goods Before Looking and Pricing With We want your confidence and your trade ; and we know we must treat, you right to get either. Respectfully, MURPHY, PERRY & CO. THE DEMOCRAT. SD1TKD AND PUBLISHED By F.C< Thompson, SOMCUrriOM Kaiks: One Tear* $1.50 ■ifftit Months,. J-DO •Is Months, three •• «« Our Advertising Hates. One column 1 year f 150.00 Half column 1 year...., t>0.0<> l-lnch ilnglc column !'-•«> Local nctlccSi 7 cents per line foi each Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 llnca w 111 be cliargcil for at our asual rates. All contracts will be charged for in proportion to the above. Address. Dkmocuat Puii. Co., McKlnncy, Texea. THURSDAY DEC. a, 1801. TO OI K REAUKU8. During the coming full the proprietor of The Democrat will call on each subscriber, wlio is in arrears on ...

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

™r*~ ■ High"1 3f all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report (J^ py&\ Baking NEWS, J, B. Pond is seriouuly sick fell here rain Alt Powder ABSOU TEiy PURE IT. B. LEE BURTON, Physician, Surgeon and Specialist. naruianently located at MoKiuney, Office over jIn E. Corner of Square. Wisdinan's (8 a member of the Alumni Association of tbe Kentucky I of Medicine. i A nice night. We am sorry to report tba Mrs. Win. Hradley is very siok. Severl horse races were nn at the fair grounds lust week Mrs. W. H. Andrews has been the sick list for sever- al days. Ben Kates of ibe Mississippi store was in Sherman this week visiting. The Mistletoe club gave a ball at Heard's opera house last Friday night. Miss Mabel Looney visited her parents in FarmersviHe lasl Saturday, accompanied by Misses Emma Webster, Kate aad Mamie Page, Plorrie Lar- gent and Josie l)av!s. Marriage Holla. Prof. Ling, a teacuer recent- horary member of the Historical Society of Baylor L'ni- lyfrom Cook county, is in the...

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

I 377Ev %■ %> - ** .%?% 7* rv \ V. V ,;% > %A °A % *,v %J., *A> ■«,, W. ^ ^ V /%'%( H ^v\ h- J ^ "V. "to ^•"'Z^S*'" c<%> %<" d ** */• it I f f'liii < HH i 1 1| ,. i 1 . Li.:,'y./ «■? i 1 ai the latter part ,n the subject of l kind of circulatory .ttted the province and u Iho validity of green- $ PP^i' # i '*. ■ 1 m f*';" W " ' Vr j ibsuetl us bills of crcilit is •urposo fur which they ire t for a purpose which is Ha - iti yalue accordingly; aud if rpoao which is less liable to fail- cK'dine less iu value in proportion, liich greenbacks as bills of credit ubject to failure aud thw greenbacks reciaiion in value, is in time of war a i ting theui begin to yield to their antag- to be conquered. This is amply exempli- to i ho Confederate greenbacks in the time ur last war. These Confederate greenbacks at the «ret of eccession pusBed at about par value; but as the success of the confederation subsided, they gradually de- preciated in value until at the close of the war...

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

T. it W ■ .«->• ' ' • WHfcH. l C"1-* ran. «*t 1 i'ub'!". «n M'.'. •' in k'tin Uj *•' 1 s. Jr.: tNTCnrOi TOn I A* SECOND CLASS MAIL MkTTttt. 0(> TO R. M. Board Fur your UliY GOOUM, l(c handle* the l<e l Mood* mid *ell* r ili' lowaint price.. spend your ca*li A 11ll li til. V M'KINNEY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMUEK 10. 1891 i I tsi nrii uiuuiu IKK CRISP IS CHOSEN ; For Speaker of the House bj the Caucus. I —-— 1 GALLANT SOU OF TEXAE Unit or <f. .Ulllaa, .vlnile u Nolilu I Itfltl Spi-lu-n mi ii,.. (York lair <rK|i taiial Haulm, Ma'lllllln h|>ul;a. Warm I) fan >lill', littl lit. Uatlle '.V.i Over, I WiiHiM.'i 'S, Daf. 7. -l'f" i|iily iti iiv-mi b.al.iythy tiui's ||inl hiiij>t.s lintlercil to tlio l.l'rt;Zo from til*' hit:iIVm on tlie I'llht llUii Wi'i wit||4^ of tl|a; Capitol Atld tilt fifty-Hi voiul cuudn-H begun its first I HCHSiOtJ. Ill Ilia' Hail}far, I'lio tcMjit in tin' house (indented an : itniiiiutbd |.k'tnrt'. Tint galleries won i packed, mid nt fifteen minu...

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

- —4 it I i ? 11 ! 1 T 1 t III" ■I jiii I [Si: t 't| I • WmW, • S 31 r-. I i B ! ■ k I--Ik t i i ■ SJr I ffc; ; Sir 1 Hi; ■fcMw ■ 11 II if Jf I ' 7 'Tfi Y*ir £ J p if* I f *1'i . •'v >,;V ■ I till i.i' i;% ■ I 2 H a THE DEMOCRAT. KUi'i'KU AND PUBLISHED By F. C* Thompson. It is said that cotton has been E*alt reduced in price in order for' True Democracy Party. tiuutiCiuriiON IUtmi: Oue Your. (Sigtit Mentha 8ix Mentha rhreo " l.ot 7ft 40 monopoly to raise a campaign fiunl. If it is trne may eyery pilfered dollar from honest la bur congeal the nefarious scheme. A days progr.im for the fu tui\>. lJreakfast iu New York, Above] ty loviog people and send men i regardless of party) there to re- enact this law as stringent as it Reader, today ther* is a con- llie t being waged ou the Ameri- can coniineut for the supremacy of democratic principles ; con- trarily the forces of plutocracy are contendiug tor the lirmer Dinner in Loudon, Supper in ; establishment and perpetuation Hong-Kong...

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

fall in Leavening Power.—-Latest U. S. Gov't Report 1 he band boys nave suppll ed themselves with handsome uniforms. They are sixteen in number, at the cost of 0*2*2 50 apiece; the order was iilied by the clothiers, Harper & ltoder ick. LOCAL NEWS Good News! The commissioner * in session. court Powder I out Harris win on list this week lhe l ull I t J&S3Z2Z® ABSOULTTEiy PURE .. E. LEE BURTON, Phjnn, Surgeon and Specialist. narnunetitly located at McKinnoy, Oflioe over K, Comer of Square. js a member ol' the Alumni Association of the Kentucky nl of Medicine. member of the Historical Society of Baylor Uni Jot Woodall (#f \'er ua in tbe city torlav Dr. J. 13. Wright was iu to see us yesterday. W M. liarrun of Princeton , went to PIhiio today. Messrs. T. W. and A W Buroh, of West Tennessee, ai riyed iu McKinney last Tues duy night, where ihoy will make their future home. They are relatives to our foreman Mr G. 0. Thomas. Local news tins week .dowr with La grippe. ar« A lady wu *...

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

i i i im U '' A aft 8TRAIOISM. it • ;<•!• Twelve aud Thirt* n a.iaf«iv/A' deuT' 'W'V<" .,'lilld^. ti* iVt'j tl '11! Mi" '."•'•f' ' pi 4 ^ j u 11 >ratu TTP1 li m (J i .W! !i -HI S*?l VC8 illio :il tile feli^litest -, wlien inch tux 1 in d^frayiug tho ; in tlie taxation i4 fur their indi I' 'i .vlint elae cun <.?np:U't with the l. iu i ! such taxes from >ir portion or their cam* ttUAn -suiely can it not i ♦ owing to ignorance (!) Ql*Vr", t|iw niost I can sec that • ■> much utlo and stir has li^eti made, as yet, over this tariff question is to foster political j allies : Ix-injj tine it lias brt«n a matter the peo- ple could not understand right it afforded a good basis for a division, an 1 > I fcflr iu *s for oHloe seeking politi- cians to work thrtn.- dies i;i o odice, and for private cor porationa to get legislative f«••• • i*s extended them. Some nuiy "II tit C\niv iuitlon as it now stands don't give eutii'-ja-iii' t > the* nri why didn't Jeffer- son and his...

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

■&> ;** ■riHpW' u ; f: T. B. WILSON. ri n«ar Abstractor, ffltbS H.Cole, Surveyorand Notarj Public. MvOflice in Court Hott*«.*«* m j it is t BMH it> hn i < . • ■•J'./tSj * ftwisti SiSmM a CNTCnKD AT TH M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T — OUR SCRAP WITH CHILE Seems to Be a Sure Thing from a London Standpoint. 00L DAVID E CULBERSON HONORED. Km imil ih« Thmronvr mm tii« I'mi- Ural Kill Ho Acetyl III* UMcr of later- •lala Cum merer I'umiiila.loiirr Mailt. Va- cant b> the Death of Mr. linn. London, 1) c. M.—Autong South American Anna In this city there ia 11 pronounced iuiproaatCn Hint war in im- pending 1*1 ♦. ten the United Slate* and Chile. That opinion in uot blind tuttch on the Mie of Preaident-Hurriaefi's ineaangc 114 upon advice* from Vulpa- rniao. X y leave 110 doubt as to the temper of the Chileans. A dispatch ro- on Frii!ny by one of the leading bonce* cautlo.ialy warned the linn hern look out for trouble within n few ka, and to kee) HAPPENINGS GMOCRAT ret At SICON* CLASS HAIL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 December 1891

** « I "I t ■} ;r * lif ■ f ■ Jii'l« __ | 1 tSiSl w i ii L' ffi 'M ■&< *« { -i- p' if-? ;vjj ,<m !« Si" " M .".V '. I * k'H'i'*' i w" " i. I WBR$m " af pMj j , ' i . ' § m i . i]®' ^ll ,; 1 V.i f He f.-f-j ••.! -T" THE DEMOCRAT. BDiTJU) AMD PUBLISHED If F. C* Thompson. Acaacairriox Kj.tjsi; One Year. flU.no Bight Mouth*, i.« o tlx Month*, 76 rhree M <*o Our AUveftlMluir H«tea . One column 1 year §IB .U0 Half coluuiu 1 year Hu-M I-Inch ilngle column 12.1*0 Local nctlcea, 7 cent* | «r line foi each iDMrtion. ObltiiarU-M of more than 10 Unci * ill be charged for at our aaual rate*. ▲11 contracts will bo charged for In proportion to the above. Addreat. Duiociui Tub. Co., UcKluney, Texea. THURSDAY DEC. 17, 1891. TO UUK READERS. Daring the coming full the proprietor of The Dkmochat will call on eacu aulwciibtr. who it iu arrears on Mib ii (ion for out* year or more, settlement. We hope ttiai those who are behind will bring or send ub th« amount they ute due us so as to avoid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 December 1891

Highest of all In L**veniag Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A Sad Ufitb, Baptist Sunday School ttou. Celebra I'r « a tune. On last Tuesday evening a A Democrat reporter droDDed Th# followiu8 « ll e pro family by the name of Tally ln at the Bapthrt church last to Bloomdale Farmers were passing through our city Tuesday evening to watoh the A" "Ce dinner De£ *j'9}' from Celeste, to Wise County, children and young people re- t ,#t' *°*g by Prof. Sam'l. Just us ihey reached the the program for the °®** ""I18'0 cl "« western part of the city, Christmas eve celebration. J0* Pr**« by Rev. B. L. and directly opposite Mr. A. Tbey dld w„n. the aong9 ^ H™*- L. Coles residence, the wagon beautiful, and the people of Jrd' 8oo«- i ran over a rough place if ~ aBd Tfiss Csatral Hallway Time Table. m m m ou * McKluney are promised a rare While the caae of a prosti- crossing and threw a little child twat Mr. Perry, the faithful tute was being tried in the ont ot tlw wagon...

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

k J STRAIOISM. •AM**##?*! We quote MPMW*' mm m* i*' •iin 03 ,Ci Iff; aw f$ a f k II m M; i I * Wr"< #H4 it IsU II **< «S «uf." 1 frrts **a I£M# UPV t V &* .A B-ttv •yiirv ■ the following from Chapter Nineteen of the New World now being published at this office. INTERNATIONAL DEMOCRACY. intj- i;n \'i i j.val mcmooitaut 1 mean such u lurui of government established by the nations unitedly, by virtue of which, they are enabled to consum- mate the establishment of international justice, promote international welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to the people of each and every nation respectively. The essentials of international democracy are tuba- tiks, KiaiiTs, and law. Treaties are of two kinds; which I will know by the terms binary and polynaky. A binakv trkaty is an agreement between two na- lions respective to such matter which is relative to them- selves; and a polynaky tbkaty is an ugreement of the nations unitedly respective to such matter which is rela- tive t...

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

"tTb. WILSON. FltoMr Abstractor, gttM-CuU' 8lirv,yor ,lld NwUry public* In Court Hombs.-iI THE DEMOCRAT ■NTMM AT TMC PMWftl At BCCOMO CLASS HAIL MATTCR. ■n wf -i —■-— -* t«i 1ms UOMft For j U1IY GOO] Hi- handle* the b< «t goods i fur the lowest prices. Hyend j with Ii'iii. ■ VOL. « M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24, 1891 BARKLEY & HARRIS. We will sell for the next 30 days at prices 25 per cent, lower than heretofore for the express purpose I NEWS CONDENSATIONS. Kan* of lalerf.l from All PsrU mt the Count rr. There itre 8000 cneei of grippe lu Na*U- Title. A woman betrayed Iiatinaceila into the lianda of tits enemy. Canada banket* are talking of placing a lax "ii Anieituan currency. A new line of ateanier* in to foe put on bet wren Mobile and Tampiro, Me*. < rorge Joiie* hax u enake farm neai (tainenrille, Mo., add is making it pay. Chicago only wants |S,000,000 appro- priated—not loaned—for her World'# fail. A landslide at Uraud Junction, Col., killed Dan O'Neal and f...

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

i I I H, li H'lMj I III I |j it' 'i '4 • «3 1,5 . ' >' -l;S < * i 11 ||!ii • I ■ I aw'iiUi * , : t ./ill If: I 1 the demochat. KUiifcH ANUI'L UUSIIKD By F. C« Thompson. ScMCRimos lum: One Year Big lit Mou Hi*.- Six Moullut, ffliree " •••• *' ,fM' 1 ,Hli Out* Ail* ••i'it,,'"4 Uuli'fi is to ei ^ogt> UM column I yc«r Half loluuin 1 > our Vdftdi single column I-."" • Loi ul utiles*. 7 ouit* per line fu. fl.fp Inaertlcn. obituaries of more thin 10 lines will be churgcd for ul onr usual rite*. AH contracts v\ 111 be ebarged for In especially III* republican party proportion to the abote. AUdreit. Dtoaociui Pen. Co ••iJii depress ull vulties in liie part of the people to maUe lli* t o is Tile onlv lu p« uf U^fea' couutry, mi l kHkii hum ricli mill a sucefbd. A committee of ing its i* to wieuoli our organ man :ati nnaiteatll llttJ bank* of citi/.miB liaa tl *> matterof sulic |izni<ui from i*a present high I lie land with palsy and laave it'ug stock in band and are ; and ng...

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