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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 June 1892

If ioitrittor, v j #1"1fiirveyor anil N« l*rj Sa/ia fo rt lloan iW ft. rf «P HP<£$ B ■*• + *&H> .. ... • , f;; ' 1 OCRAT r THC I i •coon* clam mail mattcr V Kentucky iiohhk, W. K. & If. II. IIKIV KTT, Crop'a. Are prepared to gtve lint ciassaceiim- motlatlon, mill riyjM-' tfulli t illicit the patronage of the public.' I Vr niMl - w llo.uil nml |«r (l«r J r "• * 1 lif ^ t Nwk t.ia ,M • •-* •. y«*r liionllt IS.00 Whi'n In ffi« • « > • nil. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNE 30. 1892. e will be in our m Handsome 3 . ik & -* •"* ory Building, iuth East Corner the Square, JULY 2nil, id invite the trade COLLIN COUN- to see us. igaiis for All. liley & Harris. wb 1 ■■■ ■%.*■>.« .' —«w" 1 mu i u %, vkJ***..* hl^raWBlrrt?rg*-Vtii vJT* #*%***#£•**KXKiJt #1* * entucky House, E. & H. H. HEWETT, Prop s. prepared to give first class ac- todation, and respectfully so- li the patronage of the public. Judge T. L. Nugent, pOMISATJKD IIY THE PEOPLE'S par- TY FOR UOVEBNOH. ^"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 June 1892

iS£Wi 1 11 Okl- I M m w'ff: J '■ illl 11 11' Xi!i lira fHE DEMOCRAT. !Th0 Iti People's Party Htnte Con* vputlou. regard to i>arty predilections, ami it its but just to the new ceptiou. The «J udge was com- pellod to aay that he thought [oo' will I K!) AND PUBLISHED 3j F, G- Tfccrcpson, MUMCRirriox Kates: no Yffuir Kiglit Mouths, 8!* Mouths I'hree " .... <U> UntoM. iiur Advvitliitug (>;to column 1 ycur $150.00 ilnlfjcolumn 1 year l'lnch tingle column 1S.00 Local notices* " centi pel line foi each Insertion. Obituaries of more tliau 10 lines will be charged for at our usual ratws. All contracts will be charged for In proportion to tlie above. Ci Addreis. Dsmochat PC®. Co., McKinney, Texoi. THURSDAY. JUNE 30. 1892. His name is Nugent. Tin: Omaha convention meets D«xt Saturday. Nugknt is a pure mau.— democratic press. 1 1—^. ■ —U Nuoknt is a brainy gentle- man.—Democratic leaders. How do you like the ticket ? 1. is a bombshell in tbe camp of Texas democracy. Tiik people's pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 June 1892

\k Simple Problem. \i* . '< r"*.V.v gas \ The value of a baking powder is in the leaven- it contains. If one brand is stronger another, it is worth more per pound, isc it gocs father in baking. 7oyal Baking Powder has been determined lthe official chemical tests to be 27 per cent. ater in leavening strength than any other n(j Its actual value to the consumer is fltfore 27 per cent, greater than the others, js is cclual to cents Pcr Poun^- If therefore, other powders are forced upon see that the charge for them is 13 cents pound less than the price of the Royal. | I" McKlnney by FOX A LOVK aud other leading dealer*. )0jtL NEWS, (g0 to proas it is ruin- Ill" Aron's ad in fchia ,"u) cljin«ry for the new ilias arrived. l*Dave Botnar was in to | yesterday. jKsloii. W.Kirkjutrick mice peaches. ♦♦♦ ■; ■ — Lyo longing fur hitching [adptved streets. members of <). A. family are sick. Hickman gave us a it call last evening. |jl Parker made a busi- lip to Anna thin morning. , Willie is h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 June 1892

X: ■ v ■ Bp Judge T. L. Nugent, llui ton tiutl Toxin Central Hallwaj Time Table. Cioiitg North, No N'titli M Arrive* 5:31 a. in. ;t •* D;.V> a. ur 2 • 7:114 p. ni. •„> " Si'J-l a. id. I •< 4:inp.m. H " 0:181>. id. Hint l.iuo ItailroaU. Tilt) 1'liirit l'urly Nonlncc for Governor of Texati WHAT I8THOK.HT OF 1IIM BY HIS I i u'IhU, the Kucniy, in Ft. Worth—A Man Who W ill Ailil Murh Stmiclli to the Op|>ohitiun. Arr. Lmw 12:30 p. m. 1:40 p. m. \nnouncements. Central Klcctlon Nov. 1, 18DS!. tf the 1'ouiocrat 1c Party. ..•■•••••••■•••••a ae« «a««aee. eeaiMaee# For County JuiIko: lu C. Clifton. For County Court Clerk: • John A. Walilen. T.un I'. Wllllkiua. W. I'. .Ton**, s, A. Chapman. ,l. W. Waddlll. A. 1'. Carter. lor district roiirt Clerk: Sam K. Kiulolph. For < onnty Treaaurer : ' W. 11. Taylor. For county Attorney: 'J'. F. Manguui. G. It. Smith. For Sherlll': A. W, Knighton. ,r. ].. Mouhlen. Gal*. Bock. For Aasoaror of Taxes: \V. 11. Mantes. W. I'. liuinpaiirt. For Co...

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

etJw ilson. ' mgter Abstractor, (<ol4i surveyor and Notary W HMO- £9. THE DEMOC RAT ■UBSOBKBE FOR the democrat, I'he leading paper of Colllln County.' A,jLANT M'OULLOOH. of our land, if not out of the ! individuals theumnlves. It may be proper for Judge Reagan to UBe bis official as well as his personal intluenoe against a financially oppressed people, but I earnestly protest against his misrepresenting us by charging that we have what our opponents call the "twelfth plank" in our platform, which was not emboded in the plat form at St. Louis or recom- mended by the committee on platform, but adopted by the conventi9n without much con sideration' iu the hurry of ad- journment und certainly not indorsed by the party in Texas. There are but few, if any, men in Texas, more able to deter- mine the diffe-ence between an article in the body of u plat- form and a resolution outside of it. 1 confess that I did not ex- oect as grand u man as my jrit/'d Judge Reagan is, to adopt t".nok POli...

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

fig i. m I />. | «$>( fe II. Ill; jfi FWl HP THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PUBLISHED 8y F, C> Thompson. SUBKKII-tium iUT rn« Year t'itf lit Months,. Kontbi,.... Viirco '• .... 91.AO l.OO - z 40 Our Ailvoi'tiMlug NVk often hear it howled about in public and private places, that if the farmer would economize more and quit talk- ing politics he could make a > living evfu at the present low prices of commodities. The furmeis could just ns well state that if the plus hat brigade would economize more and York harder and longer they could afford to reduce interest or pay the farmer a little more for his produce. THE OMAHA CONVENTION Gen. Weaver the Hearer of the People's 1* a r t jr. J. ti. FIELD,OF VIRGINIA. lilS U N MX. MATE. <>uv oolumn 1 year $160.00 Half column 1 year W-00 1-iiitl1 Mncle column 11.00 ^st^^mm^msss Local ml Ices. 7 cer.U line for Lkt the executive committees maIi lnnertion. obitnariM of more! of each party in Colliu county ti. n 10 lines will be charged for...

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

*■ DOYAI BAK,NG POWDER is free from lime, alum, and all extraneous or detrimental substances, and ABSOLUTELY PURE. It is in every way superior to every similar preparation. Witness: The United States Government tests (Chemical Division, Agricultural Department) ithow Royal Baking Powder a cream of tartar powder superior to all others in leavening strength. — See liULLt- iin 13, Ao. Dei*., p. 599- 1 find the Royal Baking Powder superior to all rtc others in every respect. It is purest and strongest- Walter S. Haines, M. D. Prof. Chemistry, Rush Medical College, Consulting Chemist,Chicago Board of Health, etc. I have found the constituents of Royal Baking Powder to be of a high degree of purity, free from adulteration or admixture of deleterious sub- itanccs. „ J. W. Mallet, Ph. D., F. R. S. Prof, of Chemistry, University of Virginia. I find the Royal Baking Powder far superior to the others. It is pure, contains none but ^hole- some ingredients, is of 23 per cent, greater strength. F...

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

1st 1 if ■P ■ill ii K| ■' I 1 m h Ijyfr 5 a 'ikS/t w s<;: $1 lllft! Jift HeutM I TrUU Uitral Tl«e TsMe. Rail if*; Going North, No. Vi Arrives Ml S. . !• «< i " S-.M a. n>' t> u • j " 7:06 p. ni " South " > " H:M . m. ti «• u 4 " 4:40 p. u). ii i •' ]4 " P:W p. m. Bm( Llue Railroad. Arrive* 12.;^®P- n,• The Stolon Name. "1 know that my redeemer live*." Sang tbe choir In accent * cle r That retted like a toothing breeie On every listening ear. From window* tall and rnnny hued The *oftened sunlight fell, And the I'rucoed celling echoed To the organ'* mighty swell. In flawless silk and broadcloth The audience knelt In prayer; No ragged robes or faded gowns To mar the sccne were there They asked that Christ's ow lllNtory of a Political Crime. Allen New*, Nebraska. The following I* the average pilot of cotton and wheat for three decade*: Wheat. Cotton. Average price 18C0 to '70 tl.UO 91.43 plank as would entirely satisfy (*virage,"®ce ! 80, ,w r * * ' A veraKb since 1S60 ab...

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

"gfWILSONT ' lewl* j.Oo'c. i In purveyor <"id Notary Court Ho THE DEMOCRAT. CNtlRCB AttHt MSTOffOtat ICCONtCkaBS MAIL MATTBR' MUUHCitnt y: —ko«— THE DEMOCRA i\ I'ho lending paper of Colli In Cuuiii«* )I, 9. M'KIXNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1892. NATIONAL CAPITAL. PATTISON'S ACTION. Tlio Entire Division or the Na- tloiiul Uuurtl NEW FIRM! TO SUPPORT THE 'ftlTPF, SUCCESSORS TO arkley & Hams J AT THEIR NEW STORE. ee Story Brick Building, South ist Corner Square. e will offer for te next two weeks tem PRICES all departments, close stock before te arrival of fall >ods. nest Dealings, lonst Values, Honest Bargains Th jr Will I'roeectl Ml llnrr to llnmteli-iid -The Striken Will Mo l.uw Until the Nutdlvra l.<-u, Mid Tlirii tile Klin Will Uiiiuniruco Oilier Note*. Nkw York, July 12.-Robert Piukor- lon, chief of tliu New York branch of the do toe live iigcucy, said: "Among tho most absurd stories in tha ynru about our deceiving our men whout we aent to lloinestmd, They kuew, e...

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

I ml i ,11 $' THE DEMOCRAT. lOIT EO AND PUBLISHED By F.G' Thompson. £>l hi t I.IJ'. .ON liATMi Oue Voar Klfflit Months, Six Month*, pttreo " Cait. Jacob P. Caknaiian, tbe people's nominee for Gov- ernor iu Arkansas, was In the field li(.ein« corn when he wbb waited upon by the committee thai notified him of hie nomi- nation.— Forum. l.oo 75 . 4a Our AtlvrllHluif ltut^d. One column 1 year $1110.00 II lfcolumn 1 year 80.00 1 inch tingle column Locttl notices. 7 cent* per line foi nach InBcrtloD. OViltuarlea of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our asuai rates. All contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. O Address, Dkmociut Pel. Co., McKlnney. Texes. > ■ r THURSDAY. JULY 14, 189-J. IjKT tho otflc« seek the man. — -."■■■ i- .1 . i-.ul- Lki principle and not paasion prevail. - m. U" Look out for political trades —Stop them. Si'EAKBits should be courte- ous in their discussions. '* Candidate Nugent will make a thorough canvass of the state. -l ui-s-u a The ...

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

.1 The Argument Used K t Lino. AviNOKK, Tkx , July 0. — I [ 1 be East J .ine Hiid lt«d River railroad, narrow gauge, Is be- ing rapidly changed to a stand- ard gauge. The iron raillugs Are now spiked down twenty miles from Jefferson, commenc- ing at tliut point. It will be completed and big trains run- ning by September. It is though that it will ro longer be known as (he East Line the exas the makers of the second-class baking powders to induce the dealer to push them off on Royal consumers is that they cost less than Royal and afford the dealer much more profit. But you, madam, are charged the same price for them as for the absolutely pure Royal, which I b'lt1/be cbau««d i0 l°rw , . , , . .. . (Missouri, h uims and Tex is perfectly combined from the most highly refined and expensive materials. The lower cost of the others is caused by the cheap, impure materials uscd in them, and the haphazard way in which they are thrown together. Do you wish to pay the price of the Royal for an ...

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

lloBkton aud Tfiii* IVnlril Killmj Tiuic Table. lining North, So, Mouth i:< Arrl5:11 . m. ^ • s :5* a. m- S •« 7:03 p. m •i " a. ui. I " 4:49 p. in. ] | " !>:8# p. in. East Lino Jtullroad. Arrive* . l.ea vc*.. .11:30 p. m, . .1:40 p. lu. People's Party Ticket. For President: J. B. WEAVER, of Iowa. For Vice President: ,T. G. FIELD, of Virginia. For Governor : T. L. NUGENT, of Tarrant Co. For Lieut. Governor: MARION MARTIN, of Nayarro. mS? For Attorney General: J. H. DAVIS, of Hopkins. For State Treasurer: W. W. DURHAM, of Cherokee. For State Comptroller: C. 0. DRAKE, of Fort Worth. For Land Commissioner: S. D. A. DUNCAN, of Brazos. For Sup. of Public Instruction: W.E. CLEMMONS. of Goliad. For Congress 5th Congres. Dis.: R. V. BELL, of Gainesville. Announcements. Geuerul Election Nov. 1, 180JJ. Subject to the Democratic. Party. for County Judge: 1,. C. Clifton. For County Court Clerk : John A. WalUen. Tom P. AVllllama. W. C. Jones. 8, A. Chapman. J. W. Waadlll. A. P. Carter. For...

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

ks^ilson. Mur Abstractor, surveyor ami Notary I ^ Ma ^ Cuiirl Hi.tih^toS THE DEMOCRAT. ror roc as second class mail mattkn M U I) M O It I II K KOIt THE DEMOCRA I'Liu leaUifiv impur of < olilln Comity M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. -JULY 21. 1892. NO 12. NEW FIRM! NUGENT AFTER HEA6AN. Ho Knocks tho Wlml Out of tbo l.attor <«oui Ionian's Ar- il uiuent. All Alilo Li'llrr From the Di'Hlii)' l!an« tlltlulu fur (<oreruor. foht Wokth, Tex., July 0. on platform at Chicago voted against a declaration in favor of the free and unlimited coin- age of silver i In view of suoh facts is it not plain that the Texas democracy is committed against freo coinage—at least for four years more f And if so, how can it be contended that the democratic party and , the people's party in Texas are Hon. John II. Kenyan, Austin, "tf'eed on the subject of free Tex.: Dear Sir- I have known «« «« of And bow you so long and favorably as a 0ttU il be reQ«d «">y show public man and heard you Bpoken of so unif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 July 1892

ft" 1 £# & I It'll m fa THE DEMOCRAT. iuUlTtl) am) PUHMSHKIJ 3y F. C> Thompson. anil was one of the secretaries of the convention that framed the California Constitution. He relumed to Virginia aud wan admitted to the bar. During the civil wa he lost a leg in the tions were well received and seemed to be eye-opcuerB. Th<* speech was lino throughout and we wish we could print it in full for our readers. At the close of Mr. Rhode's ScuaCKimoK One Year Ki'jjlit Mouths,. • • St* Month*, three " litth! vi.no l.OO 70 40 Our AitverttsalnflT t >:ie column 1 year $160.(10 Half column 1 year 1-inch single column I2,00 I.ockI notice*, 7 cent* per line foi enob Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 line* will be charged for at our usual rates. All contrnets will be charged for In proportion to the above. □ Address. dkmockat 1'cb. Co.i McKlnnev. Texes. confederate service at the bat- speech K. W. Ivirkpatrick was tie of Slaughters mountain. Ue heartily called for who re- bus been at...

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

ROYAL IS THE Best Baking Powder The Official Government Reports: The Unittd States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leav- ing strength than any other. (Bulletin 13, Ag. Dcf>) P' 599•) ^.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. , / Government Chemists Certify: "The Royal Baking Powder is composed of pun? and whole- some ingredients. It docs not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injurious substances. Edavard G. Love, Ph. D." , ••The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. , "Henry A. Mott, M.D., Ph.D." "The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which 1 have knowledge. • "Wm. McMurtrie, P i....

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

si m M ■ !?f. ' -W: I l'FOl'I.K'S PARTY l'LATFORMH. NuIhmiuI Platform. Iljnston ami 'leva* Central Itallwnv Time Table. Cioiiitf Nortk, No. 1.S Arrived a. ui. >> •> •• ;t " ! :.">* a. in* •• '• •• 2 " 7:<>o p. in " South •• a " l :24 a. ui. •• •• •• i •' 4:49 p.ui. * " "II « ii;2S l>. in. commission with power to lix and maintain rates that will in- I Hure equal and exact justice to I the people and the railways. We demand ix na- The commission to be compos- ucy, sate, sound aud e(j 0f jiir0„ qualified citizens of the Btate to be elected by a di rect vote of the people. But we regard government owner- ship as the ultimate solution Kost LInc Kallronil. Arrive* l.«*nres . , p. ni. .. .1:10 p. ui. For President: J. 13. \\KAVER, of Iowa. For Vice President: .1. G. FIELD, of Virginia. For Governor : T. L. NUGENT, For Lieut. Governor: MARION MARTIN, of Navarro. For Attorney General: J. II. DAVIS, of Hopkins. For S'.^te Treasurer: W. W. DURHAM, of Cherokee. rinance tio...

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

^WILSON. riiiHi Mslrulor, Surveyor and NoUlJf Us. II . Cole, title- w Olll" in t'utirt House 1 THE DEMOCRAT. r TNt raa rOL. !>• M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1892. L. on Cleveland. • Iljti* llard ltco«l and ltcti«ct vember next be democratic or republican, the work oorauienc ed in the deiuonitizatlon of silver in 1HTJ will be secure at least for four years more from the 4th of March next. This Kpeecb In the senate.] Accomplished, tbe victory of ftie executive department of the banking and bondholding ( government u" syndicate of Europe aud Amer- oebe8frww llav*s' admiuis- ica will have been won, and ion to Harrison's including theso underground workers ana mIsikI'Ii lu'9 been mo8t mani(Hiliton of our politics uglily and completely un will be content, with their grip, the ccu'.rol and inlluence tightened on the throats of the dictation of th« gieat cap- agriculture people of the coun ijjtic combination which has try, to rest from their political dcophI another victory ! labo...

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

\rC7v7rv« i A* «* Mi J 1 f'" I I I 1-1® ,••'" IB K!>ITE1> AND 1'tllLlSllKD By F, G- Thompson. isl'j'scuiruos uatks: i i c Year, Lie tit MoutUii, h i ■ Souths, ) 44 ana go a lonce to collecting specimens we in reality two; for ^reat coming exhibi- tion!. >nr Ailvt'i'ilNluK llnt6«, ii . column 1 year flftO.OO . I stlf coluuiu 1 your 80.00 1 1: It kin#!*) column I*-00 Local nctiers, 7 cents per line foi •tack Insertion. Obituaries of more tl ,.n 10 lines will he charged for at our amul rates. All contract* will be charged for In l>ro|ii>rtlon to the above. QAOdreu. Dkmocimt Pub. Co , McKinney, Teres. Those who are interested in But baye tin* present campaign should parties in this couutry, divided avoid heated discussions. He- clearly by party lines into - memberthat the weather iihot great masses of people who! Watson, the brave people's and that the average politiciau think one way, and great mat* party congressman from Qeor- Hl.ftO cannot eland much abuse when ses of ...

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

J1 in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE for sale I" MoKlnney l>y FOX * LOVK and other lending titulars. The political fun will not end with the primaries. It ends next November. The candidates held forth at the court-house last night. By iuvitation E. W. Kirkpatrick represented the people's party. The Piano confederate re-uni- on is in ptogress to-day. Many of our citizens are in attend- ance. kOCAI* NEWS. ^^Tau well is not in ; What about Hois D Arc Lrtrntm"1; ^ ,An(ftli., subscribers come Mpe water lnelunB am smil- Lgonde Haad^tliis copy of the Dkmo- lt to your neighbor. j. Jjh>ward was a pleasant I taller at °«r °®°® thia week- viTneed a street sprinkler Lj also plenty of water. jfreTDnulield an aged lady [oearttock Hill, died last ek. ^ , ~m Candidates are hustling. The rloiary takes place next Sat- ^ democrat primary is no re for a people's party man |b rote. ^ ^ Will .Touch (col ) of Farmers- was indicted for criminal ault. " To the generous publi...

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

till i'KUI'LE'ti p1htv platforms. Natiuufil I'lati'oriu. commission with power to tlx and maintain rates that will in- sure equal ami exact justice to the people and the railways. Finance—We demand a na- The commission to l>e compos - lional currency, safe, sound and je(j three qualitied citizeus of tiexill ', issued by the genera gtute to be elected by a di- Ooiiig North, No. i:j Arrival ^ m. government only, full legal ten rect vote 0f the people. Hut .1 i. •• •> " 7:u">|i. in der tor all debts, public and wtJ reiiard trovernment owner- .. .. t> | " 1:411 p. ui. tt "II M 1>. ui. J. i lloiuton and Trxn Central Halt wo; Tluio THI'IO. Kant l.luc lCullruad. Arrives 1. Haven .\2 :M) p. ni. .1:10 ]■. m. People's Party Ticket. For President: J. B. WEAVER, of Iowa. For Vice President: .1. (J. FIELD, of Virginia. For Governor : T. L. NUGENT, of Tarrant Co. private, and that without the ^jp aB t^e ultimate solution use of banking corporations, 10f the railroad problem In the ...

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