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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 April 1892

T. B. WILSON. Ploaeer Abstractor, (Villi S. II• Cole, Surveyor nd Notary public. aaromce In Court Hoiite-fra THE KNTKIIIOATTHBMtTOmKAt MeOND CLASS MAIL MATTtN VOL. 9. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T IURSDAY. APRIL 21, 1892. N TOI WIT BARGAINS! Do you want Good Goods FIVE MASK Kl) )IEN HOLD UP AN ILLINOIS CENTRAL TRAIN IN LOUISIANA. Hams Are the PEOPLED friends and al- ways sell for less money than their competitors. now offer to the Public a big saving on their purchase of Clothing. We are retiring from the clothing business and wish to clone biiy and nil clothing on hand and have mud* a GREAT SACRIFICE to do bo. Clothing at Cost represents a Saving from $4 to $10.00 a suit to buyers. Now la the time to fit yourself and fumily out with what evet they may want in CLOTHING, as you can buy at ACTUAL COST. OUR DRY GOODS, DRE3S GOODS, Notions, Furnishing Goods, etc., are sold at slight profit over cost and we are the HOUSE TO SAVE YOU MONEY. Mens' Shoes, Boy's Shoes, Children's Shoes. Ladies' Shoes, ...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 April 1892

IT i-.ts;! a l $ I I JK I r. ST" — THE DEMOCRAT. * -«r"7" A.UITK1) AN1> rt'BLlSUKL) -. By F. C> Thompson. Wliikt ih tlic Diircrouce? IIO.>110 AT I.AHT. I'arincrsvillo Items. I Col. D. 1j. Culberson asks: Tile Boomer Safely Iteaclio* the "If we must surrender our con Promised Laiul. viciioi.s upon the money ques- tion ami enquire indefinitely SuMCUimoa IUTM: One Voar eight Month#,. ItOa Si* .Month.*, 7 rhreo " the evils aud oppressions of the l*«'Utj-ttto pr* sent system, it becomes a,K* 12,000 Our A«lvoa*tlHliiur lhit««. pertii-eut lo inquire whut we are to guin by the election of a ileujfn ratio ] re3iilent. If our people aro to be robbed merci- lessly by a system of finance that is fust reducing the fann - ers of the south to poverty, One column 1 your Half column 1 year SO-00 l-tnch (hiKlt' column 1><00 Local ncttcea, 7 ctnu per lino foi under a democratic admiuistra eadi Insertion. OliltuarW of inor«- tion, what becomes of our pro than 1(5 lines will be charged fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 April 1892

Jflgbcst of in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ADSOU/TEIY PURE for "!«' In McKIiimj by FoX A LOVK anil olhtr leading dealer*. i(0ii and Texsa Central Ballnaj Time Table , u. North, No. 1H Arrive! 5:3ft a. m. m yi\V' •• 9:33 a. in- t. " U " 8:88 p. m jSoiilb M a " 8;H0 a. in. .. •• l " 4:4ft p. m 14 9:11 p. m riven i e«. East Li no Itllroad. .12:30 p. m, 1:40 p. ui Announcements. Klectlon Nov. 1, 1802. Sut'jw" to the Democratic Party r County Judge: L. C. Clifton. tcounty Court Clerk: John A. Walden. Tiini I*. William*. \V. June*. A, A. Chapwnn. j. w. Wan all I. A. 1*. Carter. 'fjlatrict Court Clerk i * ,Hau< K. ltudolph. rcounty Tr«*«urer: W. II. Taylor. fcOoonty Attorney: t. K. Mnnguui. Ci.il. Smith. f Siieri it't a. W. Knighton. ,i. Ii. Moulden. Gah. Deck. [Aiuuor of Taxes: W. O. llnrnea. W. 1*. liumjiaaa. (^Commissioner, 1'reolnctNo. 1. .Mm k Mniltii. S. II. Fox. |cr Jufclioc of the Peace Precinct 1. J.I. Andrew* LOCAL NEWS. IIogK next Tuesday. [Tom Ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 April 1892

t } I re IS' ^ t, f 1- ' I I lii ill m ;'" A :,, M Li I 'H Jtesi h, ^r. , |C iB 1*4 . W4-' iif w P in m IlKilMA CYCLONE. BLINDING SNOW STORM. TO TRAVEL IN A1K. LADY AND HEfi SERVANT STANTLV KILLED. IN- MODEST SPEED l'n cyclo -rii Nridd bam. p. mi tilt) *tl the ro of Mi Hoioh . Wi n I),'mol l.ln',1 .mil Tr «' Tlmt II ail V llli l ««l Ibr sluruia for CraturlM W . re Torn 1 i> liy til* HuoU orTwIated (111. iitriui, April Id.—A dtaast' 'us mo visited ibis ncctlon. The i whs fujHt-liilly ili'ntructive in Dii'- ii' county. At Stony Crock, houio.'S, • .i mi t iilvj worn levi-led t« ilio nd, and tr-s that had withstood tonus of ri iiHirii'i were turn up by * or twisted off. The rvsidciitx' m Huso was lifti'il froin it* f imitation* iiml crushed to pieces on tin* grinnd hOiin' distance away. Mr*. iC- and tin- >< rvunttfirl wore instantly klllod. It i* feared Other lives have In ;i 1' i, but owiti^ to the prostration el tin tcluttrnph wires particulars are uiiot t ii'ialilc. The dama...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 April 1892

■, m WILSON. PloB««r Atetrtclw, |g. II Ol«, 8urv#yor and Notarj P||ll0' ^wifflce In Court Home THE DEMOCRAT. f()Iu Ml You Will Find tD'Iilaude —AT- ail Nf n«if Tofthnii ek ""'i Willi* Lh Flouncing. lijfnli liltCffl. die's H' IIB lit- Lasols- ihe New Styles | [Press Trimming# [illiet), Spool Cre~| BS. IniieiiuH. |1) mil! i & arris, -tiik- ONE PRICE lash Store Mens' and Ohildrtui'rt Straw Hate. N"ck Wear. Underwear. Susp^ndera. Hosiery HuiKlkt'i c bit-ftt. Umbrellas. L> ipjtlu Tissues, hill Silks. dford I'ordH. -AND — lOlCTATORS Of LOW PRICE 3. |New Goodf at V«*rj _ LOW PRICES. Sim po Gmg n< ll'leaee reail out . ■lint of Special Of Ljj , 'laid andlt'eringd for tliis Iwretik.. BGier Ci>8hmer«8 lip* Lawtitt. kite Goods. s bJiUKfjKT it H ABHIS Hauls' Crepon Over Shirts. Gents' Mack and Stripe Satino Over Sbirts. Work Shirts. Unlaundred Shirts. White and Fancy Dress Shirts. Pil 11* Bosom Shiils. limits' Congress, Bal nid low quartet) d Shoes. CLOTHING AT COST. Iciil'ltcil DIR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 April 1892

st ; I IP . jfik! v 13*®' •Im ill 1 ':^r JEM OC HAT. IftH AM) ITUJ.lSUKD Bj F, C- Thompson. t*(l. 4*> suoscmitiox iutm: Ouo Year 81.im i l^kt Months, l.'-Ki Si*. Month*. 75 flirdc " 40 Our A«lvertHuto*. turn (hem over to the tender im n it s of the tire-eating South-. ei n ri bi le, etc. The conse- a i« r<'1 utioii profrtshing abid- ing cotitid> nc« in Hon. John H. reagan was adopted. We copy the above from the Fort Worth Gazette, which is a Hubr.tuntial report of Hoggs speech. Combines and Monopolies. < in ctflunn l j'oiir $1.10.00 ii i!f column 1 \<-nr 80.00 1 -1 fu'li *inj;lo colui ii 12.00 Loon I nctlc«i, T i t ill# |'«r llr.u foi csdi Insertion. Olillimrle* « f more than 1011 net will be clinrgml for at our tuu&i rate*. All <'u«triett will l>« rl.argeil for in proportion to tbo t>ote. AililreiiH. D&MOC1UT Pt'B. CO., McKlnnciy, Tcxcs. cans f:. ph the force bill, etc. 'The republicans bulldoze the j. l. Harlp. ( southern and Western republi-! vv. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 April 1892

"v: KjJtof all in Leavening Power.—latest U. S. Gov't Report absolutely pure Koranic In McKlnwy by FOX A LOVE and other Uncling dealer*. jton mid Texns Central Rnllwuy Time ruble. ,, , Kuril), No. I I Arrl?®i :8S a. in. |.W ' .. :i • ti:3.i u. nr !i " 8:38 p. in. •• a " 8:30 a. in. i< 4 " 4:4.1p.m. it ]4 " 0:11 p. m. ill til Bust l'i"° Uilrontl. 12;«0p. id, 1:40 p. m Announcements. jeuer'i! Moctlou Nor. 1, 1802. [fslpjeet to Ibe Democratic Party. tiiuniy Judge: 1 1.. C. Clifton. (County Court Clerk: * .lolin A. Walden. Tom P. W 111 lama. W. C. Jones. S. A. Chapman. .1. W. W add 111. A. 1'. Carter. fuStrlct Court Clerk: Sam K. ltudolph. [connty Treasurer: W. 11. Taylor. iCounty Attorney: T. F. Mangurn. 0. It. *mlth. a. w. Knighton. j. I,. Moulden. (Jab. Book. lAwemor of Ta*es: \V. 0. Karnes. W. I*, Uutnpaas. ICvtuuiisloner, Precinct No. 1. Mtick Srnltu. S. H. box. [,i unite of the l'eace Precinct 1. .1. 'I. Andrews iOCALI NEWS. ad Murphy, Perry A Co., k"iu this is>ue. ■ m ' ■ ♦...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 April 1892

' ''' " >■«.•** I .i ! ' I u'i' I « ft. • i 1 l_SH If '■ ■ _ i£ ■1 • m ■ % i: ' * i 3fci i SSHhb ?'Vf| " i I: it}#!: ■ S — ■*— lis J II TO brred that ■> ..v'.: tWk iiitv Bouv. iiUlu!i>li M.1 Vl> ■,'ll --"1 liUVl I'uMH lti t<> 1'iit in** in ll.f 'i'tm* ftj oMr*. J.din • fit!i^ liitlin Wihj'N l.uli > ! lkvr lorUm". -Mi*- Miirtiii, Iwr flitter, J .inly v' ■ ■> U, former Triinie tin* Mil, IumI JoY.i Mitliliilph Mnitin. tin I .'nldb n:iUi4.;wiro inld-r. arrived •. V. th 11 In. tin i! Mr*. Walil' ii luul tai tifl«yj >li' c< 'Uli' «ut I'l'iawuln'i* any tiling ■ lUr.vifl t n'ruti:.'{ of tin* blow, i. iu'.ik In ei' liir jury iiiiuotiici'd t ml a {Unil on ii vi-rdiit. Mr. • t.tovel I >r a urw trial. itud-Ju l;,'i- Haul nai l ho would hear the uio- i \V.I'li'wl.-iy uuimiug next. Mr. Liii'i .hm ,n A w i,(ii • : : treii e'l. .1 i TJ.IY •1 • In n jr- liikinu ii.iv • t nun Bremen. M: . i*. r •turned to tl i liilt the <1 oelriiio i f it: if V T ill III" tt.1 il '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 May 1892

TJTWILSON. • pkaear Abstrictor, • I ■ „ ( 0|(., Surveyor and N«tafj[ 6 I jfti£ to Court Home.' T THE DEMOCRAT. w tXtJ< K. ft II. II. ] I An re prepared to give lit at clanasee ■- Odatiuii, and nupeotfuDy solicit Ut patronage of the public. 1841. X ENTERED AT TMf PaSTorrCCAS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER fOL. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 5, 1892. r me4l • 1 Mil Lodging per day • " " y«r euk • M " per luontli Wheo in tbuclljr glte us • ooil. Ji NO 4. EVERYBODY COME AND SEE Harris I yOtF foods, Boots, Shoes, iats, Dress Goods, aces, etc., etc., at Prices, CLOTHING AT CTUAL COST Barkley & Harris, [cKinney, - - CHURCH IURKCTOBY. ccubkruxd i-KMBVTenux. ♦r\lre.' every Habbath at 11 o'clock Kudp.m. Rev. .1. 8. ^ WIi itc Sabbath school every Sabbath ■Ma. ui. * superintend- IlIU'nVTKKUN. Itervlcef every Sabt*th at I I Vclock i in. imrt 7: io p. in. s* >bath acluiol ktry SulihMtli at l :«W a. 0). ' rS*.£ wtlritf every Wednesday night at. MKTHODIST. ItmrlKi ever) Sabbath at 11 o'oloclc I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 May 1892

$3ABP 1 fprl , -i -j'1 : •' lift mm US J % .! M ■ ' I isJL; T 'I i i i I JfWl;,M; ;lf 11 WKwSw'. PH v *. Klffi —— III—— THE DEMOCRAT. KD1TKD AND PUBLISHED By F. C> Thompson. FROM McKINNBY TO GL't.F COAST. 'I'll K SCMCKllllON Kates: One Year, fl.BO Might *•<*> Six Months, Throe " I Our AilvotiiNiiiK ltttto®. One column 1 year f IfiO.OO Half column 1 year K0-uu 1 -Inch ilnglu column la,tw Local nctlcea, " cents per lino foi each Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our asual rates. ▲11 contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. c Address. Dkmockat Pub. Co., McKInney, Texes. THURSDAY. MAY 0, 1892. Work for those who love you; For those who know you true; For the Heaven that smiles above you, [ And awaits your coming too.] For the cause that needs assistance 'Gainst the wrong thai needs resistance For tho future In the dlstanco And the good that you can do. The humorous condition of modern politics is immense. A i.aiuje peoples' part...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 May 1892

t of all In Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOU/TELY PURE fui noli' In McKinney by FOX A LOVE and other lending deiltri. ,,ton and Texas Central Railway Tluie Table# nf Vortli, No. i: Arrives #:Sfl a. m. ?• V. '• 8 U:3S a. ur Slllltll •J a 4 14 it ti 8:38 p. in. 8:W a. ui. 4:4ii p. m. tt:11 p. m. Kant Mil" ltllroatl. flVt'S ■ ■ 1J ;H0 p. II), 1:40 p. m. Announcements. Election Nov. 1, 1802. Hotyfot to the Democratic Party. f County Judge: L. C. Clifton. [County Court Clerk: John A. Waldeh. T.iui P. William*. W. C. Jonea. S. A. Chapmnn. J. W. Waddlll. A. P. Carter. r plat riot Court Clerk: Sum K. Hudolpli. r Comity Treasurer: W.ll.Taylor. irCounty Attorney: T. F. Mangum. G. It. Smith. A. W. Knighton. j, I.. Mouldcn. (Jab. Heck. |aAMfi* or of Taxes: W. O. ltnrneo. W. P. Bumpass. lurCouimlaiiloiier, Precinct No. 1. Muck .Smltu. S. II. Fox. (for Justice of the Peace Freclnct I. J. 1. Andrew LOCAL NEWS. Farmer Dr. McCarty retnrn- from Southern Texas last reek. W. B. Odom, fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 May 1892

ft ' P-- ■ - w mm KM I 1'P ?if i rhu d Parly. l'i: H'l.HS' I'AlSt V. !, why tlit* -Unite f« r Meetings In tlie| JOINT CALL. i ■•usury fuel ions of not unite into an liar v. ,c!e wiih but one .in i one ««l of ' " Tin V call themselves •rnifrly th«> people's r> 1 ft"TP.-ninn demo- r tln-ir platforms are l'«r. ci'DiMluiinl Dliitric'tii or U manil T«> all whom it muy concern : The undersigned ooiiftrcnce Dali.ah, Tex*., April HO.—The committee, of the organization* fo'.iowinjj cull for the third pur- Texas known aH Jeffersouinn ty • ^sion.'l convention is I I^«*mocruta ami the People s v r .nn'ory : Party Clubs, by authority wet* 'I h« undersigned isHie the ed the state central WB " •' .'"Tl TP' ninn nemu- ^ (\,r ft (.()ngr*g. committees of racll organi/.n- gionui (. I.vtntion to be held in tion, do hereby call upon all ••acJj of the thirteen districts of who indorse the principles set : :•> b ■ some person 8tate, ftud w«uld respect i forth by the Industrial Labor • t twv.-n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 May 1892

Mr ■^757 WILSON. ^Pleiwr lbitriitir, L^.ILCoft, 8ur «yor and Notary I'gbllC. yofllc* In Court HouM.'^i THE 'QL. 9. CBt'BCII DIRECTORY. ClMlir.lll.AND PSMIIYTMUAN. ! s«rvlo«f* every Sabbath t 11 o'clock I "find 7:30 p. m. Her. J. 8. W caver, Mr HHtiLmth school every Nabbai h -<[0 — •uperlntenil- INTiniOAT THK F« T OC RAT. IIKTUCKT IIOlW. •COON* CLASS MAIL MATTCR ft. tu. l-UMUIYTKIUAX. Icr icc« «vory Sabbath at II o'clock [ w. nnil 7::i0 p. in. Rabbalh ichool t.rr Sabbatb at t>:H0 a. m. 1'rayrr Jflngt'Vt'ry Wetliioeday night at 7:30. MirrnoKUT. I .m ice* ever) SabOalh at 11 o'olock Vb.and 7:18 P {■ A. Btaf- L| niinlor. Sabbath school every Kutb at :« a.m. Mrlntendent. Prayer meeting ev- fWwIneiday night at 7:.'0. CnBUTUN. I crencliliik' every Mabbath morning at L ui. ana7:30 p. m. Klder I'rllchett, [sstor. Sunday school every Sabbath ' ft. in. I*. Harris, auperlntend- iit j'werwuetlngevery Wednesday III al 7'90. fuelling every Sunday at 11 o'clock ■,.) ami i:4i p. ui.. Sunday sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 May 1892

THE DEMOCRAT. Cam. digu Humbug. I ft Yi h' 31-' IKS El i.DlTKI) AND PUBLISH*!) By F. C* Thompson. SCUSOUiTION IIATM: One Year . ISlKtii itloutlie, ,"V<! ^Blx MoutliH, Vhreo ®* Our AdvortlMtDtf llntCK. flW-OO W).(K) ia.oo One oolumr. ' rear iiblf column 1 year -. l-lnisli single column.. Local notices, 7 cent* jtcr line foi each insertion. Obltuariea of more tlmn 10 lilies will be charged for at our otual rates. All contncU will be charged for in proportion to the above. L Address. Democrat Pub. Co., McKlnney, Texee. THUJiSDAY. MAY 12, 1802. ps- Independent Aotion. "Wkaltii belongs who creates it." to him Jl'aukkk county independents are eakl to be "thick aa hops." South Caisolina democrats have instructed for D. B. Hill for president. ^—————— No nan can get rich by loaf- ing around saloons and club rooms. This is authentic. Every Collin county citizen who leavea her borders comes back more intensely devoted to her. The gentle zephyrs of politi- cal freedom are moving the lov^y br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 May 1892

The Best Baking Powder. The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leavening strength than any other. (Bulletin 1J, Ag. Dep., p, 59Q.) The Canadian Official Tests, recently made, show the Royal Baking Powder highest of all in leavening strength. (Bulletin 10, p. 16, Inland Rev. Dep.) In practical use, therefore, the Royal Baking Powder goes further, makes purer and more perfect food, than any other. Fo'sale In MoKlhuey by FOX It LOVE and other lending dealers. llwusinu and Tests Central Railway Time Tslife. fiotnfc N<>;•■' ' No. J.'l Arrival 6:86 a. m, it Ho u 1 1 8 a 3 4 14 it ii 9:33 a. m 8:- 8p m. 8:ti0 r. m. p. oi. 0:11 p. In. JSnitt Line Kllrond. Arrlvca. I.fiivea. ..12;30 p. in, 1:") p. m. Announcements. Cleuerut Klectlon Nov. 1. 1802, to il'e Deuocvat'o Pa'ty. For Conn y Judge. , , L. C. Clifton. for U>uuty Court C'aik: Join A. Waidsn. •JVcn 1'. >V lla'ii*. W. C Jone«. P, A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 May 1892

The Auxiliary Circulation. % , m The following la a supplementary cliupter of the New . World just added bj the writer thereof. In Part One, I demonstrated that all matter or trans- actions relative to the people collectively of a certain po- litical division, which can not be performed, controled, or remedied, with consistency and propriety by separate in- dividuals or parties for themselves, but can better be performed independently by a quorum especial.for that jmrpose, should be under absolute control uud manage- ment of the government thereof respectively; and by this means the people freed from au unnecessary taxation of their trade, which otherwise goes towurds the creation unjustly, of millionaires and capitalists generally, cher- ishing ami supporting prerogative classes. Notwithstanding, those principles were all logically and Impartially expounded, still, of the banking depart- ment, under what was Known as the auxiliary circulation it would be democratic for the auxiliar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 May 1892

T B- WILS01 •FiosMf Abotrutw, „"col#, Surveyor ami Notary Emu* _ vfcamto c urt iioum.-1 THE DE OCRAT INTINII ATTMC PMTOrretAS UeMICLtll mail MATTgR n)L. i ou«k W. K. A H. II. HEWITT, Ifet'a. |Are prepared to Rive tltal oiAMMM«> pnodation, aiuI respectfully aolleii Mm patronage of the jtiiblle. Psr meal ..... Jd and lodging |wr Jar . I • " per month - <S When In Dm c.tj ?l e >i« A rail. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 19, 1892. NO 6. LflKCH DIBECTORV. niatKUXV I HMBYTAKUN. imii every Babballi At 11 o'olook rtsrsop "'. ket.J.b.Weaver, '•gibbaili icbool everjr Sabbath —■■ ■ superintend' II*. u> IHMBT1K1UAN. irrt every HgbbatU at JI o'clock Bll(| 7:;iu p. in. Sabbath icltool miibalh at i ::w a. at. l'rayer Em every Wetlnoatlay nlgMet 7:30. tlBTIIOIIIAT. Lire* ever) Sabbath at 11 o'olook [ iiitl «:!•> P- UflV. J. A. Btaf- pastor. .Sabbath tchool every julUt w* a. in. Unientlent. Prayer meeting er- ^«dn«iday nlgbt at 7:.0. cmuaruK. ...iiin# every Sabbath morning at i i *nd"7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 May 1892

& !3 lifto BBS i DEMOCRAT. i^UITKl) AND PUBLISH ED By F.C> Thompson. bnuckiitiok batm: Ouo Year JJii.OU KijfUt Mouthn, l.« « Mix Aloutbo, I ht-ce '• W lCutuw. TUat Twelfth Flank. A Wonderful Grow th. Our A«lv orl IhIujjc 0:>a column 1 year $180.00 III if column 1 year so.00 1 Inch tingle column 12.00 l.ocul ug ticca, 7 outi per line foi each Insertion. Obituaries of more Tilt to is cuuttideruble "tiush" bciuM indulged iu about the twelfth platik of tbe St. Louis platTt r-ii, which iu not iu exist- ence. 'i h" "plank" which the i opponents of the people's party claim \vaa placed iu the Saint) Louli dviuauds, baa reference j to paj iug ex soldiery the differ-1 the billion dollar cox.kess. enceof the gold dollar and the greeuback dollar, they having Tbe IMUas New s bays the lVo- yle's Party Will Assume Large Proportions. The following leading edito- rial appeared iu the Dallas tlutn 10 lines will be charged for at our g0ltl standard. usuui rates. j of the government to the Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 May 1892

27% Difference The "Royal" the Strongest ajid Purest Baking Powder. Whether any other baking powder is equal to "Royal," let the official reports decide. When the different powders were purchased on the open market and examined by Prof. Chandler, of the New-York Board of Health, the result showed that Royal Baking Powder contained twenty-seven per cent, greater strength than any other brand. When compared in money value, this difference would be as follows: If one pound of Royal Baking Powder sells for 50 cents, One pound of no other powder is worth over 36 cents. If another baking powder is forced upon you by the grocer in place of the Royal, see that you arc charged the correspondingly lower price. For Hale in MoKinney by FOX k LOVK and other leading dealers. ||tu«(ou anil 1'rxM Central Railway Time Table. Ir.olnc Nortb, No. 1 Arrives &:.' .*> . m, 1 ,, •• •• :i •' ::w #. nr >• " 'J " b:S8 p. 111. south * 2 " 8:H0 *• m. •> •' I '« 4:45 p. m. u " 14 '• 9:11 p. m. I iir...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 May 1892

r tiis . lilii ■■■ ■■■ . ... i . holwl 8iiot From Iloavy Guns. "Monarchy is sometimes hinted at as a possible refuge lrom the powers of the people. It would be scarcely justified were 1 to omlt^exercising a warning voice against return- ing to despotism. It is the ef- fort to place capital above la- bor in the (structure of the gov- ernment. 1 bid the laboring people beware of surrendering a power which they now pos- seas, and when surrendered their liberty will be lost."— Abraham Lincoln. "There is gathered around the capital of this nation a gang of pirates, who have thundered successfully at the doors until they have driven the government into the most preposterous acts of bad faith and legalized robbery that ever oppressed a free nation since the dawn of history."—O. P. Morton. "A free government cannot long widure where the tendency of the laws is to concentrate the wealth of tha country in the hands of the few and to redder the masses poor and dependent."—Daniel Webster. Notwi...

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