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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 March 1892

T. B. WILSON. Pioneer Abstractor, ,villi s. • <^l4< surveyor ■nd No,"ri J'ubllo. nj-OIIIce In Court THE DEMOCRAT. VOL. 8. CNTKHID AT TH( POST HOGG, CLARK 011 A Black Horse" FIKUCE UI.IKZAltU. Mowing nt SvraciiNt'. 8vkaci'sk, N. Y., March 11. A tierce Itlizzunl has rn^wd here hin .e yesterday afternoon. The iiieiciuy ia twenty-live de grees below zero and the w ind is coming from tlie northwest at til" iHte of nixty miles an hour, liuaiutbt* in almi'St at a stand- still. Elticnic lines have not been operated today. A stork train from the west on the Central became stalled in the heart of the city at 55 a. I m. FOnt MEN IX ll.tTTI.K AHRAY. AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTCR. M'KIXXKV, TEXAS. THliRSDAY. MARCH 17. 1892. KEMTITfJKY IIOITMK, W. K. & u. II. lIK.VKtr, I'rup'a. Are |>r<ipur«-il ti> *lv« ilmt cIshucciiih- uiodatlon, nnrt reapeetfully eollolt Iks phi run«iri- r I Ik- nubile. '1 Kit '.H. IVr ra<-al • ■>. r .ml ji..l l.ujgjui r ii v • ) M " |.r . • 1.1# *' 11 |...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 March 1892

THE 13EMOCRAT. •• [f :1 m i 11 $ if ; «f 14 If 1 # '■ . * - I i g bial mm if bW- DJTKD ANDPUBL18HKD By F. C Thompson. tjCMCUirTIO.N IUl« : Uuc Year. Kijcltt Months,. Hi x BUntbii pliree •• 0:ir AilW'rdKliitf IIOOCJ AMI CliAllK. Turn Texas Loonci Koprctcul Who Gov. Ilogg !in'l claimed that 11he present a'^mi nisi rut ion bad j throttb-d the indtistiies of Tex us. 11* cliiuit-d that II gg knew no north, no south, no west, but, was very much stuck on Kust Texas, especially a round Tyler. lu referring to Hogg's refer once to a certain miu,as a geu- an, ''who was not tainted We have been taught that in a democratic form of govern The gubernatorial race seems ment, a repreaenratlve should to be assuming a doubtful at— represent the whole people. titude in the interest of "pea^e True, he may be selected by 91,AO lQd liarinony." Already a political faction and after- .. l!oo fri'*nds of the leading candi- wards elected by the people, 78 dates, lb gg anil Clark, are en- but after he receives...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 March 1892

City Democratic Nomination*. Hull of Honor. I* ROYAL BAKING POWDER The Most Wholesome, The Purest and the Strongest. "OFFICE OF THE HEALTH OFFICER, "Los Angeles, Cal., May 22, 1891. From analyses made by Prof. Rising, professor of chem- istry of the University of California, Prof. Wenzell, professor of chemistry, California College of Pharmacy, and from fur- ther searching analyses made by Professors Thomas Rice & Son of San Prancisco, Prof. Hanks and others, and by analy-' scs which I personally have had made, It is clearly demonstrated and proven that the Royal Baking Powder is pure and wholesome, and that it stands as far as strength and purity are concerned at the head of the baking powders of the United StatesJ "The Royal is composed of absolutely pure, harmless and^. wholesome ingredients of the highest grade and character. "GRANVILLK McGOWAN, M. D., "Iieallh Officer of the City of Los Angeles, Cat.'j mmmm Uncle Alf Lewis. of Parker, was iu the city last Saturday, ' ! but ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 March 1892

SWAMP *** WWU V^B| I* I m if,' ®* i I'M y I Iffl Mil CV ri m f' W-iJ u TITF. BIG INDIANS." . CHIEFS ON THEIR TO WASHINGTON. WAY Tlu-j A' ||)' t'nlonrl l'lo"il. Willi |{< |'I< nlk lluikr, Ilurnrlt mul . ( ..HI.' Itini;. lift III lli« Inter- . ,1 nl llii' t oil >111 luillitr). a; i i liicf W Park- Hiul tl tliliVi1' ulJUii \V. N\ 'i 1 Burk. nor, tin' Texas in Rumor I • (hi' W.i! hint the inli v. t hill i itMn ti March 14.(jnanali il tbi- t'oninwhe Indian*, i* In ; Imliaii cliiaf" <>( tin) n triln'" i" what i" known nuitry. 1-ft with Colonel .f tins jilac«> for \V.«ih- liuni. II ri". 1 r- , rt'H UtK M-mh. Ifoliuu'l Dim Wiiji- .ttlf kin,'*" of northwoft 1 ilir l'i i t Mil country. I . it Unit tile object 111 takinj? oi trip at tliin time i in iuimiKi'ittiou for the Fort 11 is Miiil that the fx- j"'iv i of ilii* trip, which i*no Minill sum, willl' l ortif liv Hurix ft and Waniun. llii'su g-mtleiiiau met tho lioii and itnrtcd them on 11 :barge of Colonel Flood, I'm ;l it ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 March 1892

"TTB. WILSON. iloaeer Abstractor, Ifitb S. • Co,®« 8urv*y°,r •nd Notary fgUlOt ^fDillne In Court Home.-TBS THE VOL. 8. CNTINCD AT THr ««T OC RAT. •tOONOOLMS MAIL MATTCR. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 24. 1892. \Y. K. AII. il. ncwrrr, Arc prepared tuglve Hist cl moilutlun, unit respectrully l<utruuugu of Ihe public ikii • a M MM llnard itiul IWil tH-r dar moiiih W l)90 In III* nt* kl H ' • N pmII HOGG, CLARK Oil A "Black Horse" We open the campaign with the largest, best assorted and hand- somest stock ever shown in Mc- Kinney. Oar Spring 8took is arriving on each train, and we aro (bowing new «oods every day. We cordially invite the atten- tion of the consumer to our SPRING LINK of Wash Fabrics, cowi'iisinK the Latest Novelties in Shade, Styles and Weave. We display in POPULAR PRICE GOODS the lac simile of the choice patterns and effects ef high novelties in FRENCH and ENGLISH Styles. Wo will open the campaign by convincing the people of IfcKinney and Collin county, that we st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 March 1892

tilth, Vs f' ^ HP m w, , m ? *z m ' i ■ THE DEMOCRAT. £l l'J'KD AM) PUBLISHED By F. C' Thompson. iSUliftCBllTlOM 1U1K8: odu v«ari Ultf t l Mouths,. Six MuutliK Kbroe " .... 7... tf •*«. Our- AtlvcrllHlutf Utttou. . flftO.OO .. 80.00 .. 12.00 I>;ic column 1 year Half ci'iuu.n 1 year .Miu U tingle column Local iK ili'fs, 7 ceiita |>er lino foi each insertion. Obituaries of wore tliun 10 line# will be iliurgetl for at our usual ruin. All contr ivli will be cLarged for In proportion to the abote. Address. Dkmockat Pub. Co., MeKlnnev. Texes. THl H.sDAY. MARCH 24,1899. Low thy .-fir lust: cherish those hetirls that hate thee, Corruption wins not more than hon- esty. Still in thy right hand carry gentle peace, To nilenee envious tongues; be just and fear not. Let all the ends thou alm'st at be thy country's, Thy Uod s and truth's. —Intn. George Olark, Saturday. It. Q. Mills ia United States Senator now. Pautisianship feres with duty. ofteu inter- The banner of reform excites boiui' o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 March 1892

iJousekeepers Should Remember The great success of the Royal Baking | P^uier is due to the extreme care exercised Liu manufacturers to make it entirely pure, uniform in quality, and of the highest leaven- L power. All the scientific knowledge, care, I prac end. and no preparation can be made with a greater accuracy, precision, and exact- ness. Every article used is absolutely pure, [chemists are employed to test the strength Lf each ingredient, so that its exact effect in and skill attained by twenty-five years' tical cxpcrience are contributed toward combination with its co-ingredients is defi- nitely known. Nothing is trusted to chance, and no person is employed in the preparation of the materials used, or the manufacture of the powder, who is not an expert in his par- ticular branch of the business. As a consequencc, the Royal Baking I owder is of the highest grade of excellence, always pure, wholesome, and uniform in qual- ity. Each box is exactly like every other, and will reta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 March 1892

I; 111 JHW ml w TO f '• I*-1'' i tm ill 11 m JS, r-*i WMMm BY? £nl |^i;i Ni i ia Favor of n ConmromJae. In fiivor vt bbuwiiiR Colors. > r i,kn, March 10, 'i)2. IMtl •!' Democrat, Iii ibene days wo bear u great ttfh1 dgtMK <# «HW' ^ — The Methodist people are .putting up a nice wire picket fence around tlieir church house, which will be useful as well as ornamental. Our Bap- tist friends are making at range B _ . . . * • j i\uri v HO 1 II iv itUD in v iiiuntu^ ui i cau^v a .h,,d ua .''.hirdp«.y. , „,lr churcll ! v-'iy ' house repaired, and I har.Wa tl o nvi little politician wi,li tei . . f > . f r.„u.« shrink informed «hat some of its mem- v ■ rid many reformer® snrinK , .... .' • bets favor building a new one. in Mt!i'Ua us a mostdanger- " . , , acce]>ted Tiiw Weihodist, Presbyterian, third Christian, Iiaptist aud Prima- live Baptist, all have houses that ai an oruameut to our town, besides its great showing to moral intluence. Our people are the moat chutcJf going peo-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 March 1892

f $,(* Hn T. B- WILSON. Plow f Abstractor. iVItliS. !'• OoU 8urr«jror and Notary publlo. B^Oillff In Court Houm.-^Mi THE KNTBRtDATTHEPMTOrreCA* IICONSOLUI MAIL MATTKR. Monutorn ia Clover. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 31. 1892. TToi W. K. & II. li. nKH K T i Vr« to civ* tit hi J itoiliilltin, h'iiI rwpirtfully patronage o ' the mililln. 'i Kims. r hl«nl f J •%«<! *«nd l/>«lirlnt |#i-r if*y . w • • u *>(.v , M *' per month Wb«*n In *i « .> a (m||. HOGG, CLARK OR A "Black Horse" We open the campaign with the •largest, best assorted and hand- somest stock ever shown in Mc- Kinney. Our Spring Stcck is arriving on each Irain, and we are allowing new eoods every day. We cordially invite the atten- tion of I he consumer to onr SPRING LINE of Wash Fabrics, ccmj iisi K the Latest Novelties in Shade, Styles and Weave, t§f$i y vf' We display in POPULAR PRICE GOODS the lac-simile of the choice patterns and effects of high novelties in FRENCH and ENGLISH Stylet?. We will open ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 March 1892

mmm 111111| 11 • :f f I #.: i • . . f i i ik democrat. qj,-]; a( McKinney! LDlTJit) AKDPL'BUBIIItD By F. C- Thompson. riuivscrariiOM lUTMi One Year, **.#« I5!pr'>t Mouths, l.OO Six. MontliB, I'lireo " 40 Our Ativuril«iuu liute . Q.ir column lycur fl.O.OU Half column 1 year •so,ul1 1-inch luglf column Local iicHlcb, 7 cents per line foi each Insertion. Obltuarlei of wore Ihuu 1U lines will be cliargci! for at onr usual rales. Ali contricle will be eLargeii for in proportion to the above. Address, Dkuociut l'fu. Co., SlcKlnncVi Texes. THURSDAY. MARCH 31,1802. >v II v t the railroads as robbers and then, wanted to leud tbo chil dret;g school tuoney to these same robbers. Oh! be wooled Hogg and carved hiut iuto 10 ceut sand- Our Itt'iHMler !>ow the lutmienr let. Alter I he C'laik speaking ad-j jourtu'd luel Saturday eyeiiiug a Dk.mockat reporter mixed with the big crowd and did the A Judge Giving Tes- timony. . you tell whose mark he was in. lie said Hogg was a good sort of a f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 March 1892

Highest of U ^ Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. pyti Baking Powder A constant stream of visitor a ponrtd into our office last Sat- urday and complimented The Dicmockat. One geutlemau thought, however, that there was yet room for improvement. Thnuks,— come again. ABSOLUTE!?/ PURE por aulu In McKinney by FOX A LOVE and other leading dealers. Heavy Forgeries. W. B. Ohenoweth, of Nevadu, languishes behind the bars of the Rockwall jail for false swearing. Since his entrance there it bus developed | that ho has forged names W e are sorry to learn of the 110 tQ |h(f u|nou|ll burning of W. 13. Newsoiu's loiixtau mid Texas Csutrsl Hallway Time Table. dug Norlli, No South M Arrives 5-.:v a. m. 8 •' 0:83 a. m a " 8:38 II. hi 2 '• 8:W a. m. 4 •• 4:451>. m 14 «♦ 0:11 p. ro. K Ht lilne Itllroad. i 1'J ;s0 p. id, t. .1:40 p. m. Announcements. fiif.nl Election Nov. 1, 1802. |subject to the •Jeuiocratlc Party. rcounty Judge: 1.. C. Clifton. rt'uunly Court Clerk • .Itdin A. W allien. t....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 March 1892

8!lvt*r Dollar#. — *■* w$ i I : I ! " f , V'i $ :i;Si }W m .? is?* VV *.,■ W ASHI N'tlTt'N, crowded gallaries and a full at- Mr. Outwaite of Ohio at once rnovwd to adjourn. Mr. Bland, arising to a parli- TO MC-CONFKDKICATK8. j l*rol tliitioi Htnto Convention. I'M form of the Nt. Louis Couveutlon. I March 94.— Thu last legislative day of the ; military lnqulr), asked If the ailvet debate op'ued witU j of adjournment be to utuke another special order ne t BJkw Ohi.kans, March 14. '92 OIHCt'LAIt OK OKNKIUL INKOU- NATION. While thif 1b the third nntiu- timdtinoe of members of the cigjgj-y to call up tbe bill. The convention of tin* I Juited hut;so. Immediately after read-1 n)faUer Bftid it woujd< The Confederate Veterans, it is also j journal, the period of vo(H on adjournment was de tt r**uuion of ex-coufederatt 1 dttbatewan extended d#ml lo#l y m. uayB) soldiers, and as such invites as hours by the announce j ig,{ sooiations, camps and indtvidu of Mr. Dland that he; Tbwn Mr johnson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 April 1892

T. B. WILSON. Ploaiar Aksirietor, tVHIitf. H.Cok, StifTeyor and Notary 1'ubllo. u gdrOiUu^ln Court lions* THE DEMOCRAT. r* INTCNK AT TMB PMTOFFCKAS *CCONOCL*aS MAIL HATTKH. vol. 8. KENTUCKY iiouiW W. K. & 11.11. HKWKTT.r An* pr«'|>n• «•«! in fflv* lliat ci nutliitInn, Hii'l r«- |,n dully patronage of the ltublio. II.UiM. -r Biral ... 8 'AcJ in ii I j tl/ilu. p r ilny • *' " •• r • • M M per itmri'li Wlii'D ill lit*: nf V tflvff 9 «-ikII '2 m'kinney, texas. thursday. april 7. 1892. NO. 52. A CHANCE! For Men,Boys and Children to Buy CLOTHING AT ACTUAL DIED IN THE WIND. Terriblo Cyclono Sweeps Texas Up to Kansas. From So-called Cost Sales are so frequently resorted to as an adver- tising dodge that they have in many instances failed of their ol'Ject namely, tho attention and palronafe1 of the public. We assert most positively that our advertising is and always will be actual fuotH. Just ut tbis season of the year when Spring Clothing is in uctuul demand with the season just open...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 April 1892

VvrHE DEMOCRAT, I : -#v • a n KDITKD AND published By F. C* Thompson. f , tiUMCKOUO* itATBA. OllA \ 6ATtSlift1' lOiylit Mouths, l.OO «'*Rlx Mouths 7fi V (Three " Our AtlvcrtlMliitf liatos. One column 1 year $150.W< ilnlf column 1 year SO-** 1 -Inch single column Local notices, 7 cants per llr.p foi uiicb Insertion. Obltuarlei of more than lu Unei will be charged for at our cu>u&l rates. All contracts will be charged for in proportion to the above. Address, Dimoout Pub. Co., McKlnner, Tezes. THURSDAY. APRIL 7, 1892. And I here's a lust In man no obarui can tame Of loudly publishing our neighbor's shame; On eagle's wings Immortal scandals ny. While virtuous actions are but born to die. — Uakvkv. The grand reception is "out of sight." Ivkkp "kool" and travel in the middle of the road. Thk strong day. The the chain of error is not It will break some silver lining" around political cloud is newly "out of sight." Query: What is the differ- ence between a mule aud a par- tisan po...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 April 1892

Highest of all In leavening Power-Latest U. S. Gov't Repoit ABSOLUTELY PURE For sale In McKinney by FOX A LOVE and other leading dealer*. nou lon and Texas Central Railway Time Table. flolmt North, No. 1 Arrivea 8:85 a. •• " 3 •• 0:38 a. •i •• •' 3 " South " 'J " .. •• « 4 " it " " 14 •' in ui- 8:38 p. in. 8;:i0 a. hi. 4:4A p.in. 0:11 p. m. Ka«t Liue Rllroad. Arrive* ia,:!^p- Leave* J;40 p. ni. Announcements. General Klectlon ;Kov. 1, 1803. .Subject to the Democratic Party. Cur County Judge: L< V. Clifton. Our rural friends are very much annoyed by not finding hitohinc racks sufficient for their stock when they visit Mo Kinney. Miss Mabel Looney, the 5th grade teacher in the public school, of this city, spent Sat- urday and Sunday with her parents in Farmersville. Todd Warden rented the jockey yard last Monday and tendered it to the boys without charging them to hitch therein, as has been done before. for County Court Clerk: John A. Walden. Tom P. William*. W. C. Jones. 8, A. Cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 April 1892

W 1:1 1 m f" rrf; 11 «iil I* 1 fff •; U I MiM ;%m W OUT IN WEST TEXAS. Adventures in Crossing Streams. Duscription. would be Hue to ilriltk, bat Just BUHIAL OF WALT WIITTMATf. | taste it ( You wight put a bar- rel of salt in a tub of water unci I do not believe it would be Aiulknk, Tex., March 29, 9aJ anything like this. When a man once sei-a it he will always "\\ . 11. \N AiKliM.SN, cherish a memory of the scene. McKinuey, Texas. Embowered in Roses, the inuinti of tbo Oood Gray Poet Laid Away. Itc- Camokn, N. J , March 30.— The remains of Walt Wldt- T muw a few wulves but no ma, the pget, were Interred this Kind friend: \ ours of iiua or mrkey^ ^nt t^at was afternoon iu his tomb at llar- in t., came duly to hand con i,, 1 did not have time to leigh Cemetery, after itnpres- tents noted. Will giyealuief They ure there and sive funeral cervices, which account ol my trip, toyeili'-r 0f ibem, but us before were attended by a lar# throng with .soiii" ol ray adventures en 6tatej) we Were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 April 1892

tTb. WILSON. PIoimt Ab Uiet#r, I .rut 9. •CoU 8urT#yor wul No,*r>' l>ubllo. j^dftlca In Court Home td THE DEMOC RAT. KNTIRCD ATTMg PMSTOFFCKAS MOONO CLASS MAIL MATTER foli- 9, M'KINNEY, TEXAS.' THURSDAY. APRIL 14. 1892. KENTUCKY W.E.AH.H. nKWBTT, Ar« prepared to k'v*> "'*t < inodAtlon, und respectfully patronage of the puUlo. Pef meal B > rj and Lodglag Prf dat * •• jupr mumh When la itux ity ;i|© • •*<*•! 'J NO. 1. YOU Do you want Good Goods CHOKED TO 1>GAT1I. Remit of « Hit ten Tongue— Court Notts-fttrlckeu with Paralyse. Earkley Harris ire the PEOPLE'S friends and al- ways sell for less money than their jompetitors. We now offer to the Public a big saving >n their purchase of Clothing. iVe are retiring from the clothing business and wish to and all olothiog on hand and have made a GREAT gAOrtlPICE to do so. Clothing at Cost Represents a Saving from $4 to 110.00 a suit to buyers. Now is the time to tit yourself and family out with what ever bey may want in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 April 1892

I np$ I I &.J! ; HE DEMOCRAT. KL>1TJ£D ANDl'UBLlHHJCD By F. C> Thompson, St'B*cuii*ru>K Kate*: (hie If ear liltfht MoiitUe Wlx Vlir^t *' Tht'Ciimpaiirnof Education. No llsodlr and Brua Hand Frill*. Ii ia right to recognize the fact I but the independent move- in,-nt now iu progress ia this country is impelled by purely 91,50 honest motives. It has no l.'JO great pblitical machine backed '*# <s. Our Advt'i'tlMiiiir llutc i One (foluuin 1 year 1100.00 JUlfWi' mi 1 year ho.oo 1 -inch siuglu column H>00 Lo*ul Dctkri, 7 cenU i>cr Hue foi each 'insertion. Obltuarlea of more than \p line* will be charged for at our usual Witts, AH'tfiintriL-Uwill bo chargcd for in [iroporllou to the above. A idroft*. 1>KM0CIU! 1'ub. Co., McKlnnev, Texes. THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1892. THE LAST CHI'ST. Talk about "bard times." We of the United States, are the moat favored people on the face of the globe. VVe have plenty to eat and wear, and if we should become scarce in one part of our c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 April 1892

"jj^tof *11 in Le vening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report UV*| Baking Powder AB60U/TELY PUfi E Foranlc In McKinney by FOX A LOVE ami other leading dealer*. ,(qi, and Texts (Antral Railway Tiuio Table. ... Vorili, No. W Arrives :5W a. m, M ' ' '• 3 " 0:33 a. ov Hot) 111 •i a 4 14 <• n «:38 p. in. 8::w a. in. 4:46 p.in. 0:11 p. ni. Kant Lino Rllrond. !2:30 p. ni, 1:40 p. ui. Announcements. tneral Kicotlou Mo v. 1« 1802. | subject • o the •lemocratic Party. r County Judxe: L. C. Clifton. t County Court Cltrk: .lolin A. Walden. i'.un P. William#. \V, C. Jones. S, A. Chapman. ,1. W. Waddlll. A. P. Carter. rPUirict Court Clerk: Ham K. lludolph. rComity Treumirer: W. II. Taylor. rCounty Attorney: T. K. Mangiim. U. It. Smith. r Sheriff; A. w. Knighton. J.L. Moulden. Oab. Heck. r Aiiessor of Taxes: W. 0. Karnes. Jno. V. Mowen. W. P. Pumpaas. rCoumilsHloner, l'reclnot No. 1. Muck Htnltu. S. !t. Kox. |r Justice of th . Peace Precinct 1. J. 'I. Andrews [LOCAL NEWS. [To-day (Thursday) opens u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 April 1892

IP Iff Lo>lt>K Word*. * J.oviiitf ord* will colt but little, Journeying up the hill of life ; But UipV.ii in We the weak and weary Struu^cr, bruver for the itrlfe. Do you count them only trifle# V W htii.io each are sun uud rain * Never; wis a klml word waated; Never one \vm aald In vain. Wli.mthe care* of life are inauy, Anility bprdens heavy grow 1 < r the bnei who walk beside you, If youtcve them tell them so. What j ou count of little value H unAi almost limbic power, THE QBEAT HEUNION. Votoiar.B Pouring Into Now loans by thoTrninlosd. Or- Nkw Orlkanh, La., April 7. —Th ) citizens of New Orleans are to day extending to the vis- iting veterans and their friends the hospitality of the city, and J doing •< very thing in their pow- er to accommodate the thous- ands of people who are arriv- ing on every train. The day is And Mttntth that peering sunshine , beinir 3eV0l«d entirely to file .. in t a ...... lib.. rtnu'ar „ " reception of tlie visitors. This morning the South...

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