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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 September 1892

^ B. WILSON pioneer Abstractor, if-Cole' 8urTeyoraud NoUry public. .-wiffloe In Court House MOCRAT. FOB THE DEMOCFA' [The leading paper of Collin KNTKIttBAT THI - yOL- ^ M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1892. NO 19 jjrcprr AKNWKK8 BAILEY. a toViews on Paper t'lrcii l t lor. tritfc •Jab Bt ttu,bl)h'" h',urU ofNw" Kloqoenre anil Sophistry to fiitch the Unthinking. Foot Woimt, Tex., Aug. 81. _[To The News. | —Sickness bag prevented me from giving wriior attention to the inter Tjew with Congress man Bailey wbiob appeared in your issue „f the 20th inetant. The quo- union frow Mr- Calhoun's point Mr. Bailey has failed to observe that neither our na- tional platform nor my Austin speech advocates "liat money." Of course I understand that all money is fiat money in the •ense that the law aione gives it circulation and value as money, Congressman Bailey obviously used the expression "fiat money" in the sense of ir- redeemable money-—money of ultimate payment. Neither the platform nor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 September 1892

Saaiipiriucuiig. P fpfj BK; i. * If ■ '' N % !i ft. ■ r ' I its! Mi J. )1TKI> ANl> l'UBLlHHKD Bjf F, C- Thompson. A HIU IBOWD TUESDAY. HPMWKim"X !Ui«: 'Tlie Cue Ve *r. tJl.AU l'eo|ile'« Party Haddte. In the Kl-.riit Mouth*, sis Mouths, •• Hirer •• l.OO 78 .Iti IX ItutOB. TIIK UAJLX. KOLLIING. < in1 column 1 jeur UuUooUium 1 yunr 1-inch single column Local notices, 7 cents There was a considerate $i.'"0.°0 rainfall throughout the county ^'.ao i lMt Saturday and Sunday. per line foi Monday morning opened up each Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our asu&l rates. All contracts will he charged for In proportion to the above. □ Address, 1>kmock4T Pub. Co., McKinnev. Texes. THURSDAY. SEPT. 8, 1892. WoitK lor principle. Work l'or prosperity. r - . ' \ k'k is always attacking vir- tue. Dkckit Htuile. is often hid behind a Trite ning to matter.' colored voter is begin- lind out "what's the A kkasonahlk man some- times changes his opinion, a mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 September 1892

of all in Leavening Power..-Latest U. S. Gov't 1 Baking Powder ABSOIATELY PURE ,#lr In McKinney by FOX A LOVE and oilier leading dealer*. bfal lie's Party Ticket. P^Seot i; t r lipatriik. j. T. Branch. * TiX Assessor. 1 W.H.SlaUr. r Tax Collector: B. S. Sueed. ffrewnrer: ' A. S. Gravea. ,county cierk; 1 B. A. Bailey. Iblatrict Clwrk; ' W. M. Barron. Lnendent for Sheriff: Todd Warden. koCALi NEWS, [personal politics are playing I In Colli" county. The public schools at this i convened Monday with a lattendnr.ee. [ flobt. Bartholomew, a former lion foreman of the M. K. & F at tbis place is in the city. flwpoat-oflice address of the iB&ty alliance secretary is i Laura Spivy, Piano, Tex. j Oar office was the recipient rfeaoy callers within the last rdays. Come agaiu gentle- There was a large crowd in city last Mondy, it being tfim Mouday and People's ity day. We beg pardon for the gen- Imake up of our paper this i. The camp-meeting has I our time considerably. ; The camp-meetint...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 September 1892

1 I j Houston tiud Truss Out ml K llw«T Time Tlblfi fiolnir Ni-rtb. No. V Arrive* 5:31 m. . " .. ;t " '.lift* a. nr , • * '* •' •« South " 2 ' It 7:0ft p. ro S:U a. IU. 4:40 p. ui l':2S p. Ul. Bust Line lUllroatl. Arrive* m. I "aw...7.7 ' '• CI1UCCI1 UIIIECTOBY. CI MHK.HI.AK1> rmthtlV IKHlAS. Service* every Sabbath at 11 a. in. ami 7::<0 p. m. Hev. J. 8. ^saTer, PH«,(or. Sublmth •ohool every Habbaih it ! :30 a. in. superintend- •lit. rilUflllYTKKl AN. Services ©very Sabbath at 11 o clock n. in. nml 7::u 'p. in. habbnlh *chool every Hwbbath at 0:30 a. tn. meeting every Wednesday night at 7:J0. mrrnonwr. Sei vices every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. in. and 7:1ft p. m.. Kev. .1. A. Staf- ford, pastor. Sabbath school every Halibutli at t :4."> a. ni. superintendent. l'rayer meeting ev- ery Wednesday night at 7:30. cuniHTiAK. 1; " Prenehinir every Sabbath morning at II a. m. and 7:30 p. ui. Klder Pritchett, paetor. Sunday school every Sabbath to P:30 a. tu. P. Harris, sunerlntend- e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 September 1892

1UUKAI THE DEMOG3 I The lending paper of Colli u c< INTHU AT THK PAST id class mail mattkr '()L- M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THi .Y. SEPTEMBER 15, 1892. NO 2< ^)FB88lt>NAL CARDS. cald^ell, WYS1( UJtSUMGEOJV. •talrs over the olil llond •aL,ii IHe Hquiire, resldeuee C WoKlnney. on Wilcox .tree! X, E« WEBB, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. yfoRlOttWyi Tof., *,bb cad be found hl4 I "Jnlgbi, when not provisionally P^jgfioier CoUln County Bank. ^jT3. N. SMITH lulM Dentist. L>Moea« low flr t-clAM work %K«a. Teeth extracted wlthou Office In Johnaon Blook. H . L. lJearso tal Surgeon, ( north aide squars, over Aron'a Teeth extracted without pain kite dm ofoltroua oxide gas. AidtbeDKMOORAT by getting i up a club. 8ee oar terms jfhtnfor the campaign. fihht clahn loard and Lodging -AT— •s.M.W.Webb's 5c. 510. Jackson St.. Corner of Pearl. Dili law, Texn*. i, $1,110 per Day. Nice large cool indbath prlvl'egea. law TAKE MM t TO ALL POINTS NORTH and EAST. W6H & TRAINS ft GARB jPnlxnan :"i Sleepers Mvwt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 September 1892

11 . 'v*b ? i Ife1 •' ri'l KIU'i lil> AM HUB I 'HIIK1 K FiG> i !U-uijtbvii* Sli*aCW>-IIO IUtm: Ouo Year f 1.50 Kit;tit MoiitUn Six Months, fhrce " 1.00 75 40 1 T« XfiK Press association takes '•!>«!/■' of the people's parly | campaign in South-west Texas. H . Ciioi.kha is still raging, bat up to date the United States is safe. Latkk : Five deaths are re- ported this morning in New York. Our AttvurtiMlug Itates. *>nc columu 1 . ailcoluiun 1 1-Inch single column Local notices, 7 cenU i>er line foi each Insertion. Obltuarlen of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our asual rates. All contricts will be charged for In proportion to the above. □ Address, Pkmociut 1'lB. Co., UcKlnney, Texas. THURSDAY. SEPT. IB, 1892. Tiikhk is only one remedy, that is for capital and labor to ooncede to each other and act friendly. The selfishness of either will only widen the breach. "Old 131" a ins' thing drop. has let some- Pitch into politics, free country. this is a Tiik countr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 September 1892

^^^'"kirkpatrlok. j. T. Branch. f^w8,insIlUer' Collector: R. 8. Sneed. jtjtunT«r. A. 8. Graves. upiatrift Clerk: * W. M. Barron. rPufclio Instruction, John Doyle. rodent for Sheriff : Todd Warden. )CAL, NEWS. HI, Aron'a Ad. in this pitordsy Is the day that H. ■ Coleman wpeaks here. IlleDew cotton compress is a I Ac Kentucky House is do- .igood business. L c. Thompson gave us a not call ihis week. m t —♦ |j.P. Dowell made a business ^todallas last week. |Uit Sunday was a gloomy Jrtiny day in McKiuney. |fo« Examiner regards Hogg (the "technical" nominee. fportB of the cotton crop is enraging regarding the F m —m—*■ lifter Crouch has returned ■we after a pleasant visit to ■told states. |The East Line has been ■wrued to a wide guage from Kinney to Jefferson. ir. Chandler, democratic oan ite !oi tax assessor waa In icity last Saturday. • — [A people's party club was sized at Bowlby school tone night last week. | iron Brett says that he has able dnty to perform owing Htfce peculiar surrou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 September 1892

ranu uitai lumuiiv. ikuiiuiw Compared. ■ (t*j£ r i* llo' 'on and TfUi Untril Railway Time Table. UoiuK Xorlb. Mouth No. la Arrive* fi:Sl *• ni. .. 3 >• 9:5* a. m- >. o • 7:(W p. nt- „ " H:24 a. m. 4:46 p. Ui. I' 11 •> H:t& p. ni. Arrive* l.euve* Ktiht l.ino ltullroHd. 13:80 p. m. 1:40 p. m. CHUltCll 1>IHKOTORY. Cl'MlKP* rRMWTBlilli rMMBYTXKUM. service* every Sabbath at 11 o clock ..t'ss *3v -■ nverv Snlilniih nt 1 :30 b. meeting even Wednesday night at 7.30. UKTBOUHT. Set vices everj Sabliath at 11lo clock 4. ni ,tmj 7:15 i>. ra.. Rev. J. A. aim "ord,' l'ustor. ' Sabbath school every Habb&tu ut "• •>. -■ _ superintendent. 1 raj er meeting ery Wednesday night at coO. C11K1STIAX. Tl'TZ. l'reftchlnit every Sabbath 11 a. in. nna7:30 p. m. Klder 1 rltchett, i HHtor uiuia v school every Bibbith ?8U H m. P. Harris, «'«P®^ntend- ent. Prayer meeting every Wednesday ulght ut 7°.ao. BmuT. l'reachinif uvery Sunday at 11 o'clock a.m. and fM p. m.. Sunday •pbc^ol Sundnv ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 September 1892

THE DEMOCRAT. ju. 'Ol" M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1892. Harris RHEA [is with pleasure that we announce the good people of IKEcKlnney and tin county that we are again for your Patronage. ■The fearful fire on the 8th of August swept away oar, ^entire stock of Merchandise And for the time &rt £2r paralysed our business, but notwitb ^gFJ fgystandiog, somewhat dislgur-.jg l3Tid< we urn still in ihe_i*-1 fagfawim and by.J£l tithful Attention to Business, tity nnd Fair dealing hope to merit your confidence and liberal consideration. )UR STOCK IS ALL FRESH AND OF LATEST STYLES. ACCEPTANCE. MOTTO, QUICK SALES AND SHORT PROFIT. igoods en-route from New York at time of fire are now in the stock fairly com plete. Mr, I'arkley is in the East jog purchases, and onr line of Merchandise will soon be piece and cheaper than ever. Call and see us in onr new in the CAPT. BOARD BUILDING, one door West of i County National Bank, South side of Square. With for yonr patronage in the pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 September 1892

I All the If*-**-' THE DEMOCRAT. T fill fm rlU,. if! % ' * fit; f&i Ms IHil «►*! 'Ikm 'Jij. (; < fe'!T$ jii I Jfi kditxd A2CD PIW<sh*d *T F. C Tliwfun. 8cmcw* <m* turu: On* I«U|. RUrbtHon'Oa. ItiMntu PlrM ••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••• •1.00 l.OO 70 40 0*r AdvarttolBf #B0 ooluiun lyMT • 160.W •lfooluntn 1 jrw 80.00 1-lBob tingle column I*-00 Loc«l notices, 7 t*ut§ pw ine foi etch iDMrtion. ObUumiM of uiorn tbnn 10 lines will be ohar(e«l for it our ▲11 contracts will be charged for In proportion to tlui bo e. □▲ddrew* DwocnuT i'db. co.i MoKlnu«Y, Texei. THURSDAY, SEPT. 32, 1892. On with fight. the three cornered "A vbllow who looks like old Brains" has got his foot in it. _ Senator Maxey and Hon. J. W. Throokorton hare written letters deoalring for Clark. sanoessn Tub United States is threaten- ed with asiatic oholera. Some think it worse than hogg cholera. J ud oic Nagent's character has not yet been attacked. Judge, we are getting a little snspioions. To Judge Nugent:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 September 1892

Bf all in Leavening Power— Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE rorWle tn MoKinney by FOX A LOVK and other leading dealers. i i > ara are authorised to an- ,a TOM ANDREW8,a K!LforO°'i >y J^WrBWU®*- Abe Enloe. ppoinct No. 1. I OCAX« NEWS, E. Brown returned to | ^ Kentucky borne 1 net week. , wal^i^rw. T' wlDU kill,peak here some time ia lie sear future.^ A liiuiTcbUd of our foreman, j q C. Thomas, i« quite low pthferer^^^ Herman Gordon Qnarlea, the rifket forger **« plaoed under ioDd of $3,r>(X) at Sherman laat I Monday-^ j L. Mayes of Hheas Mill L purchased a farm fro'n C. Itf. Kincaid near. Merritt, Hunt ICODDiy. t m t Hit. T. C. Burch of Rockwall, L fishing her daughter, Mra. |0 C. Thomas. Marshal Burks closed the aa- [loons last Sunday. Many of f lb boys complained of being I 'dry." A Hoggite delivered himself |t( some strong adjectives ^wt the "third" party last ITswlay, but when be came to |*'ofa&c, he was promptly | !led to times by a bystander. . ftnoni trou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 September 1892

1 ■miUi III Tnu Ontril lillwi; TtaM Table. ttolng North, No. IX AitItss 6:*1 a. m. ~ .. J •• 9:bS a. ur " J •' 7:06 p. w. •• South " 3 " 8:M a. ui. •• •• •' 4 " 4:49 p.m. •• •• •• 14 " 0:M p. n>. t Llue llallroad. Arrival Leaves . 1J;30 p. m, ...1:40 p. ui. CHURCH DIKKOTORY. cvhmklami* ruanrrvauK. Services everj Habbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:90 p.m. Kot. J. 8. Waarar, nrtf Habbath school evary Habbath at 9:90 a. in. anparlntend- eat. raaaanaiUAN. Services ovary Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath school averr Sabbath at 9:90 a. m. Prwrir moating ever? Wednesday night at 7:30. UBTHOPIkT. Hervlees everj Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:16 p. m.. Her. J. A. Staf- ford, paator. Sabbath lohool every Sabbath at 9;i# a. m. — — superintendent. Prayer meeting ev- ery Wednesday night at 7:90. chbutun. e Preaching every Sabbath morning at 11a. in. and 7:30 p. m. JUder Prltchett, rtor. 8 :M a Sunday ichool ovary Sabbath m. P. Harris, auperlntand- Ivodneaday ant. Prayermte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 September 1892

' f' we THE DEMOCRAT. KNTSREB ATTHC fOtTOTfCIAt atCONOCLASS MAIL MATTER NUBSCHinE jfOK THE DEMOCRAT, .ding paper of Collin County j I ho VOL. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1892. iP R H E A- It is with pleasure that wo announce the good people of MoKinney and Hin oounty that we are again tndidates for your Patronage. The fearful fire on the 8th of August swept away our^FJ ^"entire stock of Merchandise and for the time^SRl ggTparalyzed oar business, but notwith .jgFJ fcgPetanding, somewhat disligur-.tfrl fSTed, we are still in the-flrl Idgf-Bwim and bv4*-1 Ithful Attention to Business, itf and Fair dealing hope to merit your conildence and liberal consideration. )UR STOCK IS ALL FRESH AND OF LATEST STYLES. DUB MOTTO, QUICK SALES AND SHORT PROFIT. goods en-route from New York at time of fire are now in the stock fairly complete. Mr. Barkley is in the East ig purchases, and onr line of Merchandise will Boon bo iplete and oheaper than ever. Call and e<>e us in our new in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 September 1892

E DEMOCRAT. I the calamity howlek. M 11 w ! K. kd1t1cd ANDPUUinSUKD By F,C Thompson. bC Cbll'HOS 1UTBS: Oue Year • !.&*> FlKUt Month*, Hix Mouths, I'brco " Our AdvcrtiMlutf llute . ♦ne column 1 yenr f lftO.OO lf column 1 yen "D**® 1-inch single column 12.00 Local uctlcca, 7 cent* per line toi eacli insert Ion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines v> 111 be charged for at our aaual rates. ▲11 contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. l_ Address. Dbmocrat Pub. Co., McKlnuer, Texe . THURSDAY. SEPT. 29, 1892. People's Parly Ticket. For State Senator: J. Mart Rollins. For Representative: E. W. Kirkpatrick. J. T. Branch. For Tax Assessor: W. H. Slater. For Tax Collector: R. S. Sneed. For Treasurer: A. S. Graves. For County Clerk: R. A. Bailey. For District Clerk: W. M. Barron. Supt Public Instruction, John Doyle. Independent for Sh«riH": Todd WaiJen. For Justice of the Peace. Abe Euloo. Precinct No. 1. We are authorised to an- nounce TOM ANDREWS, as a candidate for C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 September 1892

D'PRICE'S > —- n 'owder Of BttW-JO Yeaa th NEWS. | to. Brumby died near Leb- ■ lut Sunday. Ij^lding is Koin« on in M ,of theoity.^ ij^oomprMB is rnoying Iwith ita work. ^ iT J ^. n was 82 .old last Monday. JtoT been arriving in i quantities this week in x W* Vancleve, jref-i lof Book Stove Company was in the city tbi indsee the Dkmoobat in our city. Our bcoka □Wtty4 open to receive sub- tto-i. iere were about 1300 bale® {otton sold at McKin- iTueflday and Wednes- e negroes had a considers- rlaat Saturday night in jthwest part of McKin- [ii which a pistol played ac aot part. ^B. Englecuan, of Engleman i county, had one of his iMDgled by his gin last V I the Incident* of childhood ont in hold relief, n« our r reverts to the dajr« whan we kjMmr, none are more prominent ilckntM. The young r virldiy remember* that Cham- it Cough Hemedy cured her of Hud la turn admlhlater* It to her riefrand ahvuy* with the beat Foriale by It. K. Drlatol. ) were several runaways city last week. How bit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 September 1892

0I!UUK0F 1LVKB THE TEXAS ELECTION LAW. i! V,, OUtllO VttU or Value Money. Every Cltlxen Should ltoad. -1 iuio, We respectfully present the following most important elec- ! tion clause from the Statutes of the Slate of Texas : m undoubtedly, it s. Akt. 1667.) Phksid- t. .. v whether there JNO ofkiokrs to uk appoint- j.ii < ne unit of value , KJ)< ( i ;v certain sub the first regular or called ,M, or units of val BeB8jon 0f the commissioners : i nt cubetuncefl, • 'court in each county, in each d nickel, etc. This, i v, o or* more compara- mits c i value is practical provided the unit lb** same and can be to continue so. But if ,-ul -tanct'B of uuit values 1 lluctuate in value h a- to be noteworthy, i would be no specific \ jo a unit and would >!i i'uiiion. For instance, :> • mild of value of dif- uihstances, gold, silver, ick. l, were each made the in value. Now, were they -pi so, having the dollar ■ unit, llien a dollar would it06 specific value nor the te; m dollar no sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 October 1892

THE MOCRAT. KNTKNKD ATTHC At •BCONO CLASS MAIL MATTKR BUBSOUmifJ FOB THE DEMOCRAT, The leading paper of Collin Coautjr VOL. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1892. NO 2!i R AT STOCK NOW COMPLETE NALE & DIES, K . " ' ' 1 * *t Consisting of $11 Kinds and Grades of FURNITURE, from a Fine bed- >om Suit - to a 50 cent chair. J" I tbqua "'•K An Elegant Line of Cook Stoves, All kinds ot Queensware, Tinware, Glassware, Table and Pocket Knives, Sewing Machines, Guns, Cartridges, in fact everything that is used in housekeeping. We will say to those needing any- thing in our line that you can not afford to pass us we will SAVE YOU MONEY, at North East Cor- ner of Square. NALE * DIES. Home Opinion*. terest. | The government furnished 0. P. Morton : "There is money to tbe New Orleans Ex- gathered around the capital of position, or World's Fair, with- this nation a gang of pirates, out charging any interest, who thundered successfully at •fhe government furnishes the doors until they h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 October 1892

hi m IS IE DEMOCRAT. kditko anp published 6) F.C- Thompson. Only It lame Those Guilty. Who Are HUBbCuintox IUTM: i '• no Veer ICijflii Month*, l.OO Klx Months, Three •' Our A.«lvortlntu|ir l*nt© . #iu column 1 f 180.00 :ilfooluinn 1 year 80.U0 Much fciiir'l< column 18.00 l.ocal iiclk't'i, 7 cent* per line foi tm!- inistrtiuii. Obituaries of more t ,, lo lliu - will be charged for at our uhuuI rules. All contrwte will bo charged (or In proportion to the above. L Address. Ukmociut Pub. Co.) McKlnnev, Texes. THURSDAY. OCT. 0, 1892. People's Party Ticket. For State Senator: ,J. Mart Rollins. For iinprwsuii tati vt>: E. W. Kirkpatrick. J. T. Branch. For Tax Assessor: YY. H. Slater. For Tax Collector: R. S. Sneed. For Treasurer: A. S. Graves. For County Clerk: 15 A. Bailey. For District Clerk: \V. M. Barron. Supt Public Instruction, John Doyle. Independent, for Sheriff: Todd Warden. For Justice of the Peace. Abe Enloe. Precinct No. 1. We ar ' authorized to an- nounce TOM ANDREWS, as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 October 1892

J. II KvKim:.v ""willEY & MtdUNNY, , 1 Estate a«ent , i ocltlunk Street, one door West .k Hon., City MoKlnney. *Uc0X. M uagley, agent New York BCo. j,OGAL news. fbe patent medicine vendor jj taoug t See id of Bagley A McKiuny i, ibis iaaue_ Oaratreeta are becoming very w" nwwd w t r. wljl WurK 1,0 rtBamed jjtboartesian well! Capr J Ml i>e*nEoa wa" in pallas. Tuesdaylaat^ TbTdudt is getting moat un arable inouroUy. Thuebow on pout office street li attracting large crowds each light. ^ m The Clark oiub of McKinney neetB ta-night and considerable ton is expected. We regret to learn of the deitk of Mr. P. M. Hunn's jiuKhiW' Jennie. r. P. Grwin is at hie post of business after several days licknesF. Oar people's party candi- dates are shelling the woods in eiery direction^ Torn Perkins the ruatler of the Wylie Hastier was in to tee as this week. Rev. A. M. Sims has gone to Belton this week to attend the Baptist State Convention. D. L. Coleman and Rev. A. Stokes (col.) a .d others ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 October 1892

y ill Ik] IK mi . a -14- H ^8H' f | Kvt ry CI it sen Should Read. lloust.'u mid 1V\u* Central Huilnni Time THIIIC. Uolng North, No. IS Arrive* b:21 a. ui. " :i " H:5A a. ui* " " " 7:0.1 p. n> South " " ?<:24a. ui, •' I " -4:4D p. m. " "II " t*:2M p. ni. Kunl Line Itullroud. Ariivtc liavm. 12:30 p. in. 1:40 p. m. CI 11'It CI I 1UKKCTOBY. cl mhkiii.ani) i'khsiiytbrun, ht rvlot-s overv Sabbatli at 11 o'clock a. in. Hid 7:!t0 p. in. Ilrv. J. S. Weaver, pn tor. .Subliuiti school every Sabbat h ut s#:30 a. iu. superintend- •at. I'KKaifVl EHlAN* a. ui. mill 7:80"p. in. Sabbath school every Sabbath at a. ai. I'rayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. mktiioihht. Seivleea ever,) sabbath at 11 o'clock a. ui. and 7:1"> p. in.. Itev. J. A. Staf- ford, pastor. Subbatli school every Hnbbiith ut 0:tfl a. m. —— ■ superintendent. Prayer meeting ev W« respectfully present the following most important elec- tion clause from the Statutes of the State of Texas "(R- S. Art. 1007.) Presid- iu...

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