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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 August 1892

■^WILSON. pioneer Abitnctor, g „ cola, Surveyor and Mouryl I |itli s* u ■ I I'llfctlC. ^Oirnsc In Court Home THE N U U H C It I II 10 eoh the democr a.t, I'he leading paper of < 'oillin (bounty INTUM AT TMC KCONIGUII MAIL MATTBR M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1892. NO 14. Experience is the Best Teacher, practice makes perfect. lour Mi'. Barklev left Monday lor New York Sty, to purokase for "Spot Gash" our Fall id Winter Stock. j|r. B«rkl«y will no doubt feel at home in New York, as he resident buyer in tliat city for the following huge whole bows for whom he purchased Eight Milliou Dollars anally: Briflcol, Simpson & (Jo., Kuoxville, Tenn. H. Frank, Nacbea, Miss. M. Rosenbaum & Co., Richmond, Va. Guggenheiiuer & Co., Liuchburg, Va. Blunkenship & Blake Co., Dallas, Tex. T. 0. Frost & Co., San Antonio, Tex. Trttas Trail'ng do.,Lnmpas8asT 'fex. B. C. Evans & Co , Fort Worth, Tex. Lemon & Gale, Memphis, Tenu. Moire, Marsh & Co., Atlanta, Ga. U>...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 August 1892

I WifcM r I, j i • i ■1 * i m |if«. m ; ill • ifi® It isi THE DEMOCRAT. Kl'i i Kl> AND I'l BLlttHKI) fly F, 0- Thrmpson. BAKING POWDER TION. LEQISLA- Field Interviewed. The Virginia Home of Our Can- didate for (he Second Place, •«mci.iruo:> 1( ai AS: Qnn V««r Eur i'l Months,. SIv Uoiitbli I'Uvte " IHl.ffO l.OO 7« 40 Out- AdvcrtlHiutf HnteB, One column 1 yeur $150.00 Hnlf column 1 year S0.00 1-incli uln^lr column 12.00 Local notices, 7 cents per line foi eucli insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rates. All contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. □ Address, Democrat Tub. Co., McKlnn«r, Texes. THURSDAY. AUG. 4, 1802. Re for nu KM.A WlIlCKLh.lt WILCOX. The time hus come when men with hearts und brains Must rise and take tho misdirected reins Of government, too l^ng left In the hands Of tricksters and of thieves, lie who stands And tees the mighty vehicle of Htate llnuled through the mire to some lg- noble fate. And niiiUes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 August 1892

Highest of all In Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE forwto I" McKinney by FOX k LOVE aud oftier lending dealers. I.OCAL NEWS Jailor <"ly laHH| *• ,und Mrs. Mart Soums, of The people's party club of White's Grove will meet on seriously Wednesday night, the 10th inat. Mr fjico, t l' Dick Scalf, authorizes u.i uim visiting in (lie citj . j that lie will m>t he a candidate -..TouiMttberry, of Col- for '« legislature, owing to )tU1 1 ... i.. >1... tilt* I'flRt flint tilu — fy_ 'fli# woriii county, is in the weds ure being cut joine of our sidewalks. |So^' i very encouraging letter .received from Leonard thia |«et ____ g0B. joliti Johuaou left thia on a business tour to >goari. ^ ^ lj.il. I'avis did not reach hia ointmt-nt at Nevada last oday. # ^ IrouT Andrew, attorney-at ,haj returned from a pleas- kt trip north. J -—* — ^ - 1 1 |fl u. Callaway, of Wylie, is, was a pleasant caller at cn yesterday. libs city otlicers aru in the rkliling business. Abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 August 1892

i m u us * * R m, .jgpa CAN WE WIN ? ItourtoiilnK Witli Fltfiiros. flvuftou ami T« vum IVntral Hallway Time Table. Ofliii; Nona, No. I.i Arrlfaa 6:21 a. in. • •• •• 3 •• 9:58 a. w .• •• •• ■> « 7:(tt p. in. " Mouth '* a '• SiiHa.w. ■i >• •• 4 >' 4:41'|).u>. • . • " II •' |i. tu. Kant Khio ltallroad. Arrlm H/30p. m, Laarea 1:^0 ! • >• People's Party Ticket. Fcr l'reeident: J. li. WEAVER, of Iowa. For Vice President: •I. (i. FIELD, of Virginia. For Governor : T. L. NUGENT, of Tarrant Co. For Lieut. Governor: MARION MARTIN, of Nayarro. For Attorney General: J. H. DAVIS, of Hopkins. For biate Treasurer: W. W. DURHAM, of Cherokee. Fcr Slate Comptroller: C. C. DRAKE, of Fort Worth. For Lund Commissioner: 8. D. A. DUNCAN, of Brazos. For Sup. of Public Instruction: W.E. CLEMMONS. of Goliad. For Congress fith Congres. Dis.: R. V. BELL, of Gainesville. Announcements. Ucurral Kloctioii Nov. 1. 1802. Hubject to the i-iemocratie Party. muihiuhhnmiiiihhimmh Tor County JucIrc : 1.. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 August 1892

£BTwiLSON. ptiiitr Abstractor, 0,|e, ,nd NoUl7 -■ THE DEMOCRAT. : mrafNii 8UB8CUIIJE ,—vou THE DEMOCR AT. I'll* ienditt# piper of Colli Id County \ol- }>. rience is the Best Teacher, 0T1CS MAKES PERFECT. Mr. Barklevleft Monday lor New York to purchase for ''Spot Cash" our Fall [winter Stock. Bsikl'X w'" no d00*31 at home >u New York, as he tulrt*"1 buyer in thut city for tbe following large whole- ' ko«*8 for wkuul *,e Pttrehwed Eight Million Dollars illy: Urijcol, Simpson A Co., Kuoxville, Tenn. H.Frank, Nachez, Miss. gRosenbaum & Co., Richmond, Va. l!ag s"'nheimer & Co , Liuchburg, Va. • jgankenahlp & Blake Co., Dallas, Tex. |i C. Krcst & Co., San Antonio, Tex. Ts*s* Trad'ng Co.. IjaropasBas, Tex. A c. Kvans & Co., Fort Worth, Tex. jjfnion & Gale. Memphis, Tenn. Moore, Marsh Si Co., Atlauta, Ga. eg experience and caBh in hand enables us to own our _• as cheap as any wholesale housn in the conntry, and we [promise our friends and patrous to show them b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 August 1892

V7Jvr*w j'lMflu ■ ' "to. u Cjggj .jp 'A jp*Naay JgimTSV? * ji'i DEMOCRAT. .\NI J't i.I.lbllKl) G The flown. • Vrar,.. .. lit !\|Otltllt< "IomIIIH. ii*>,RU I .U' H 4.'.' Our \«lv('i'iiMl K Hilt***. $i:>o.oo 80.00 12.00 V t c per line foi Obituaries of more ho rlmrgetl for at our mini 1 y Lumn 1 cf i < i in nr. iimn. hi 1 itCM. untrnot* thttrgcd for in u> m to itto al>o\c. CA( Dkmock.it I'm. Co., McKInneVi 'I'oaea. Till USDAY. AI G. 11, 1892. THE 1'KOl'LK'S I'AltTY WAIiUX [ i:. C. lOKHt'B, AIJ.KN.] Tuno. 'nV nltlng for the Wngon." Homo nil vc working people who want to lake a rkle, Our '.viiiron now is waiting, our team is trui' ami tried. l-Yom now t ill next November we llrlile through every storui, We'll drive nhyloek from power with woaponK of reform. Ohorua—Walt for the wagon, 1 In People's Party vvugon. Tin plow holder's wagon, \iui we'll all lake nride. Our wagon's plenty strong enough to bear a heavy loail And we intend to keep lu "the middle of the road," We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 August 1892

ROYAL IS THE Best Baking Powder The Official Government Reports: The United States Government, after elaborate tests, reports the Royal Baking Powder to be of greater leav- ening strength than any other. (Bulletin 13, Ag. Dep., /. 599') . The Canadian Official I ests, recently made, show the Royal Baring 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 pure and whole- some ingredients. It does not contain either alum or phosphates, or other injurious substances. Edward G. Love, Pii. D." " The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public. "Hinry A. MOTT, M.D., PH.D." ' " The Royal Baking Powder is purest in quality and highest in strength of any baking powder of which I have knowledge. " Wm. McMurtrie, Ph. D." Od...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 August 1892

mmm mm* II 1 1 p. :( II iJU I FIOHTING TRAIN KOBBEBS. Tolling HtlVot— Nlterlfl' Wiley Nliot And Not expected To Llvo-A I'omm In Hot I'ur- ■lilt. PKOPLE'N PARTY 1'I.ATFOKMtf. der for all debts, public and flon-iun mid Texmt IVutrsl Itallnaj Time Table. 1 Vikaua, Cal , Aug. 0.—The Going Nonli, No. 18 Arrives taH ®. .,OSBe j„ j)Ur8Uit of the man " • " 7^p. !«• I who held up the south bound south || - t 5;j„p ,expr««M near Collis, Wednes- •• n " B:a8p. m. day uight overtook them a mile - - .i , v ,s 4 j distribution direct to the peo Kant Line ltsllroad. north of \ asulia today, and . ftt Ux Qot t() exoee(j «, .)H Arrive# ™ " * * "~l " . " Peteotive Will Smith received as set*forth in tho sub'treasury a shot in the back and Deputy plan of the furuier'd alliance, or Sheriff Wiley in the neck. sotm' bwttrr alsu l)> !>• in. CHl'llCH DIRECTORY. per annum, after all expenses of any such ufllce have been paid, and that surplus in ex- cesn of such salary and expen* _ ses shall be paid in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 August 1892

•^bTwilson pioneer Abstrictor . .H U.Ooli, fturwyor.nd Notary iu Court House MOCRAT. SCAB SCCONt MAIL MAI CKR THE I'be leading paper of < olllln [VOL. 9. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. TH JRSDAY. AUGUST 18, 1892. fire! Fire! n«,T! It is with sincere regret we an- |-ounce to the citizens of Collin oounty that our handsome, new, three story building and its entire contents were consumed by fire on August the 8th. By pluck and energy we have 'ed the Old R. M. Board build- short notice and have good fments on the road, so our inter- lption in business was of short jduration. We can now be found |at the Old R. M. BOARD Stand, South side of the square, with a fresh and entirely New Line of Goods and respectfully ask our old friends and the general public to call and see us. Lowest Prices, Best Goods, Honest Dealing, ne Price and Cash will revail as heretofore. n Kentucky House, , H. I WILLIS 4 SON, Prop's. Are prepared to give first class ac- jcommodations and respectfully so- licit the patronage of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 August 1892

■L L>'.V . rfe; .1 HE ,RAI; i Owner* It 11. of KullruadN mid ED1TKD AN1 PUBLISHED By f.C- Ir.ompson. 1 i'lcirrii|ihH ViiNHerwI. ItY 4. r. A. aim 10, (lA-DI.J'K T1VK J. c. J. WATKM.) J50HK"llll"l iO< One Year, nitriit Month*. . Mis MoiiI li« I'hree " ICatiw: .(sl,BU I 1 « lilltt'M Our Aslvortlssii |T One column 1 year flftO.OO IItlf column 1 year 1-lnch single column 1--W l.vcal nctlcea, 7 cants i cr line toi tttcb luMirllou. Obituaries of more thiui 10 linen will be charged for ut our usual ratos. AH contract* w ill be chargcd for In f •^portion to the above. K(' H"C!S, DnnioriiAT Pl'B. Co., McKinney, Text's. •liftSPYY. Al'G. 18, Wir.itK is ('aesar "Uk .'"..r the New Party Talk fo. old. i.u« new, discard the Talk wild. politics, but don't go Bk conservative in order to avoid political sna^s. _3L Tiikhk are two BideB to every question and sometimes four. ■m. i - Wantkd, democrat orators to liowl about the "12th" plauk. Wkayf.k and Field will be in Texas during the first of Sept...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 August 1892

ABSOLUTELY PURE rorttle In MoKlnnty by FOX k LOVE and other loading dealer*. Announcements. lHleolion November I, 1««. Laite S*n«tor: j. Marl RoUlMt LimdIT A «e'*or: A. M. Thompson. 0. W.Hperry- To«W Warden. iCAI* NEWS , compre 9 is nearing com jtor or the Dkmoobat it Tueiday for Austin. t i/)ttUiai street is bad- by the effects of ji Saturday week the ft party holds its oounty otion. • i thought now tba the re- tin was the work of an 'J jir, Harris & Rhea are again it the Board S«e their ad in this iBeury Lewis and lady last week from a at visit to the old state bt Thompson of the Ga- Littended the democratic prion at Houston this t-"by Gatlins." Dorn will speak at 'Springs next Saturday 1,00 thw political issues of lay. Everybody invited. i convention on the 27th lope, will be composed of leaded men—men who are io autociatic as to want jthing to go their way or it to clt'ians contemplate p wonderful improvements hf the coming fall in this pdectrio liguta, hitohing p, payed str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 August 1892

I Wilis Ilnutlou and Tuu (,'iitxul ItullMU) Time Tiblfa CutnK North, No. M Arrive* B 21 u. iu. . .. . ;i •> a. m* .« >. •• " ?:UB p. S:W n. iu. 4: l!> |>. i . li:2> p. ai. tion. m< Kinnkv, Tex., Aug. 1, '02. Ay chnlruian of the peopl«'a e of nominating a Justice of the Peace and Con- stable. The convention will also elect eleven delegates to f justice Precinct No. 1 tj,e County Nominating Cou- boiitli 4 II Emit line ltailroad. ,12;30 p. in. . .1:401>. m. I'tilTlICll IHKECTOBY. CtMBKHI.ANll l'II*Mif I KHUN. Service* every Sablmth at ,n Vv'ot'i' B. III. and 7:301>-«>■ R«v..I. h. euver, Dur-tor. Sabbuth ehool t v«ry Hublialli 5ft:S5a.m. superintend. Kilt. I'BESHYTKBUM. Services every Sabuath nt H o'elocW «. in. mid 7:iUl p. in. Hut.bHl'i si'hool rverv Siibbutli at :•«> • .Mt, ' r5?.m meeting every Wednesday night Ht 7..I0. mktiiohist. Set vices everj Sulilnttli nt ll o clock a. in. and 7:15 p. ui.. Itsv. .1. A. Mut- fortl, pastor. Hubhatli school evert Bab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 August 1892

r^WILSON ' pioneer IbslriMor, y, coie' &arveyor ttm' Nol"y , ( urt THE OCRAT *NTMtB*TTH K I CCON OlAM MAIL HATTgR N IT II S CJ It I II 1£ —voh— THE DEMOCRAT. 1'he lending pi per of Col 1b Count/ 9. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, IDAY. AUGUST 25, 1892. NO 17 mtucky House, MRS, N. #. WILLIS 1 SON,. Plop's, prepared to give first class ac- THE AUSTIN RALLY J'ulgu X. L. Nugent A.«l- UroaMetl iOOO People on the Ctepttol Groiiuila at A.untlu. The Ureatest Kpofch in the History of Texas was Listened ie by an Anxious Throng, 3Dd Ir I 0D| to] TIM ,rl 0-1 the patronage of the pu TERMS: ,.«■$ 25 1 sod lodging per day 1.00 I and lodging per week 4.00 land lodging per month 15.00 ft ' • Farmers when in the city give m a call. IDE CAMPAIGN ill be full of in- terest in Old Col- lin and evebody should read IE DEMOCRAT. member yon can it it Six Months for only *n your ad- -{J, f / > v 9y- dress on a pos- || | tal card. Respectfu ly, The Democrat, McKinnoy, Texas. Oil Thursday night tba 18th ins Pant we had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 August 1892

3EH Tl_-1 4 "■ ' "VJ ilfl i" * i [ i; In I IE I v I li ilisl 1 ■3^ «! ill 5.1- rivi w, liiprts AND publ1shjh) By f. C. Thompson. IUtbs: Governor'# chair there will be do work for the court to declare his laws unconstitutional. He has set on the judicial chair for many y* are and hii reputation iu that line is most excellent. Mit *. r. vj o n . W- 01.50 l.OO It 4C iKinir Unto*. en up at once in eyery section the executive committee, of the state. If we are to e fhom hunt 00. he victory now almost in J. VV. Warren, Twin 0« - ...*1*0.00 ... 80.00 ... 12.00 One column 1 yi*ur IKlf column 1 yea r 1-incU single column ]ah'Hi in lU'i'Si 7 «nU per line foi each Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 Until will be charged for at our ueutkl rules. All eontrnct* * ill be charged for In proportion to the above. □ Address, Democrat l'l'U. CO., McKlnney, Texei. THURSDAY. AUG. 25, 1892. On wilU the bolt. It. (J. Mills bus auuounced in favor of Hogg. Stand on guard boys and the victory in onra. Tin....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 August 1892

■fJInTLeavening Power.—Late«t U. S. WtRcport ABSOLUTELY PURE ftrtale in Molvinney by FOX k I.OVK and other leading dealer*. -■Announcements. Lwt*1 Election Novembo: 1, 1W 2. j- Jlart RollinK- r^uuty : ' 11. W.Spurry. .gterlil. Todd Warden. IOAL NEWS. I, Cole is making im Beut8 on his bouse. Iltohell, we learn, has : bfirrell ia^ry at-Al jboyTwilTbave a game of J1 at tbe people's party nesting' ^ u^meetTng. Bring your lis well filled and bave a I lime. pt. Johnson is buildiug a liable just south east of Lid stable site. eking ru'ka are still in I of the city. and paved demand in anted: Five thousand each day at the people's camp-meeting. ft imagine that Peter 1. ill in his glory contem ■ the Houston affair. J P Dowell was in Dallas laat Friday and Saturday on busi- ness. Mr. Dowell is getting his | large stock of hardware in good shape since the burn. 1 here will be an abundance of refreshments at the people's party camp-meeting at An-1 drew's park on the 5th and Oth of September. m ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 August 1892

m ■rl®; i* 1|! , kA Wffl IM r; *^mwW saw* >>*#* ('.Mitral hue Tabic. Property la writir Mr CwiiiUU'nt. National lMutform. nv raor , 8THAIO, Hallway ilh 13 Arrive* 6:21 a. u>. ;i •< ll;.Vi •. u. " 7KCi p. in. •J •' *:'.M a.m. I " 4:4!) p. mi. 11 «• 1 :3H p. ni. We clip the following from a i report of the Dallas News of Tracy's Austin speech: Harry Tracy yesterday de- Homo. ou the question of for- livered his iirst speech on state eign ownership ol lands and issues. After reading the plat- Arrive l.wivei Kunt l.iiio Kallroud. 12-.aOp. m. 1:10 p. in. other property, I heard say, "Oh we must let foreign capital oome into this country and it will give us more money, en- liven business, and will make form of the populist, he said : "We want Borne relief. Mills and Hogg—they are a sweet pair; ain't they!—[loud ap plause | have bean going around ( iii ItC'll diuectoby. ci mi i:i;i am> ritaniivTKKUX. j*L'ivli'u every Sablinth at 11 o'clock It. in. ami 7:30 p. in. Hcv. J. 8. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 September 1892

Y.B. WILSON, ptooeer Abitrwtor, iri H.Col«, Surveyor and Notary FiW®' .^nioe In <'ourl Houae.^ft ■■ ! • i is I AJ M OCR AT. %, wnas svb0okibe FOR THE DEMOCRAT. l'b« lending paper of Collin County I SECOND 01 A«a MAIL MATTIR ' VOL. 9. ^KjtlUFlC KXP1.08I0N. w Eartfc Shook aUlaltteavllleauU at ,Vi„(i-hora and Murh l>ani«KO Wan poBo-Herrral PWMtli Injured -Court IIopw nnd City Hall IJumufcd. Y. SEPTEMBER 1, 1892. NO 18 | me confusion. (jAtNRSVttiljK, rex.,Aug. — 0,er <100 keR8 of powder ex- ploded to day within a mile of tb0 center of Gainesville. It fU contain in three maga tio e belonging to tbe Dupont, I Hazard and Rand-Nally pow- dfr companies. The magazines e used by Tyler & Simpson, lesile grocers, the Waples Wr grocer oompauy Mid er & Graves, hardware jhauts. The latter firm had little powder In its mag* line. Tyler & Simpson had 875 kegs and the Waples-Plat- tir company about 125 kegs. A negro boy seems to have been the only witness to the terrific explosion...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 September 1892

^ :• j f * , Ml "v f , Ifi k,H ■ts I I1 >'T ,3". .: , ■' tm" !1 RV -V I : li 1 x l ,i 4 jiU TKL AND PUBLISHED Bj F, C- Thompson. iiumoiimiok katm; On* Tear, • 1,50 Months, 1,00 Nix Months, I'lUC© 4€ Oiii* Advert Kalia* One column 1 fl.yi.tK' ilulf oolumu 1 yeir 1-lneli ilngle column 13.00 Local nctli-ee, 7 cent* per line foi each insertion. Obltuarlo* of more than 10 line# will be charged for at our usual rates. All contricte will be charged for In proportion to the above. □ Address. Democrat Pcb. Co., McKlnney, Texes. The 1'copla'a Parly of Collin Couiity to the l'ront. a Vn*t nutl Enthualtitlo Throng. THE "tORl'SK-' 1M) MOTE. On With tho "Bust." Neododi No Polioe THURSDAY. SEPT. 1, 189*. Collin county is "in it." A llouo will be tiirned out of his Pen next November. Cjiolkua is raging in Europe and the American people are Retting un«aay. L 1 11 *HSW*HSS5 If the Clark men are bound to swallow a "third* party platform they prefer the origin al on which stands the honest aud gifte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 September 1892

'0>t Baking Powder ABSOULfTELY PURE y^riilo In MoKlimty by If OX A I.O\ K hiiiI other leading tlenlurf. instate Senator: " J. Mart Itoliins. k. \V. Kirkpatriok. j. T. Branch. irorT xABBeMor: *'or W, H. aiafr. K^T * Colleotor: " k s. Sneed. ^treasurer: m A. 8. Grave®. rCounty Clerk: R. A. Bailey. jjjpibtrlct Olerk: W. M. Barron. dependent for Sheriff: To<ld Warden. Messrs H. F. Blue and Newt. Sappenlleld were in the city yestorduy attending the Jett murder case. [(OGAL NEWS gill Eva Croft, of Gray Bill, iWitting in the city. W-lTTiurch, of Wylie waB ilbeciiy last Monday. -— •—i Gipt. Johnson is building De ut w rent houses. The Public school opens next nd y in McKinney, ■ t H Editor Harper of Piano wab i the city laa t Tuesday, San the advertisements of r business men this week. lid. J. B. Faulkner, of Wylie, i in the city last Tuesday. — A large republican club was ed at Altoga one night twek. W. A. 1'arker, who has besn visiting friends uud relatives in Rockwall and Wylie, re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 September 1892

IP IIS m 11- 1 ■ &?? JiuuNtiiii nod 1V\Ub 1 .Mitral RillwiJ 1 iiiit* Talile. Uoi North, So. 1:1 Arrive* Ml «• • . >. ■■ ;i " u. Ul' .. j 7:tV>p. Ill .1. •• •> >;'24 n. ill. .. | " 4:11) p. in. .. II " 0:18 p. in. littot Mae lUilroad. Arrivt L?ave .13:30 p. m, . .1:10 p. m. ( Ill K( II DIRECTORY. ci Miu i;iaM> riiK; hv ikhus. !•' vi i'S I'verv Sahhatli 11 o'clock 17::ii> p. in. It«-v. J. S. Weaver, SuMiutli school every Sabbath superlnUT.o- ii. iii. unit JttlljllU lit 11:30 a. ui rot. riuAiiY ir.ui AN. ,-ht\ Up>■ i vcrv Sabbath at 11 o clock n in. :iml :■■■ H> l>- in- Sabbath «ohool ev« r. Salitiatb at 1>:;K> a. ai. '"rayer meetingt \ < O Wednesday night at 7:J0. MKTIIOMST. Seivia-c* I'vcrj Habtmtli at 11 o'clock a. m. anil ~:l"> I'- ui" Hev. J. A. Staf- ford. iiastor. Sabbath school every habbatb at ti:-I."> a. m. superintendent. l'rayer meeting ev- ery Wednesday night at 7;C0. ciiiuhtian. Z1ZZ rreachingJBvery Sabbath morning at 11 a. ui...

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