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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 March 1893

> A CUTOAIL TO WOMCNf Have tascu sad recommended it to my fikadl AU derived great benefit from its use. Me*. Matilda Lassos, reoris, HI. Rest ieme«ly I have ever used for irregular tne r**r.iation. Ms*. O- Jarr, Korsnter. 1W. Selma,^oL I h-ve suffered a pnat deal trom FwmIi Trouble*, and think I am caasptetely cured by BradfielJ's Female Rrgulster. Mas. Emx a F. Swoan, Man ft«] Book "To Woman" mailed free. PR fin FIELD hcsulator CO. Fa: sale by *11 IOU*;«i«t4. MARCH. Sa. So. Ta. St. i Th. Fr.! Sa. 7 112 3 5 C | 7 | 8 ■ 9 110 12 19 26 13'14 15 1 ' 20 21 22 16 17 11 18 23 24 25 LAID AWAY TO REST. BEAUREGARD'S REMAINS PLACED IN THE TOMB AT METAIRIE. 27 j 28 29! 30 31 o. ATUm, OA. NEWS IN BRIEF. H U II H C It I II E FOR THE DEMOCRAT. The leading paper of Collin County CHIKC1I MKECTORY. Cl'KBERLiXP PKSSBYTEKIAX. Services every Sabhath at 11 o'cloclf a. m. anil "::{(} p. m. Rev. .1 II ^ efford, pastor. Sabbath eebool every Sabbath at 9:3u a. m. superintead- ent. VRKSBYTKKIAX. everv Sab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 March 1893

a * -'VstjEf / 1 m ;1 nSf ■ : . 4mm#*-? - «*Mni* *>*«>«« -•• *i [£MS6pijfc 5sei ■>;-« 4HW >i*i ■•* ;5^r . m4* kmw.^-4 -1 Praisl I t Ijflt fjoaUiux Street, one door West Wilcox A Son.. City McKinney. t New MOCRAT Tom and: ATT0WIEY-AT4jkWf MONEY TO LOAM ABSTRACTS or TITLE McKUKBT, Tnjfl. CLASS MAIL MATTER -'^3 RSDAY, MARCH 9, 189?. NO 35 | I HONORSGROVER. He It a Second Time Installed as President. OATH OF OFFICE TAKEN. It bos no Equal for the Money, L. PHILIPSON, Dallas, Texas, Sole Propr ietor. WILCOX & ROGERS It Is Administered by Chief Justice Melville H. Fuller. OM Bible. Lo**4 ud CHorlshnd hy Cl<*«ln4'« Xatbar, la Used -A Great Multitude Witness the laangura'. Pro- IHttlncnltKeU PenoM Noted PelittelMa rroseat—Svnry on of Ike United Skates Represented. Cleveland'* Address Was the Best He Ever Delivered. Proprietors of tbe Washington, March 4.—Ths gayest ©f all the thorouijafRrea ia America, or I oven tbe world, today, despite tlie terri- ' tie (bow, wind and ra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 March 1893

- t:-!k democrat. > v* R' 1TSK> A'.H PIIIL1SHKD 6| F. G> THUHSDA Y. MARCH 0, 1883. *♦111 fares the lai d to hastening Ills • prey, Where wealth accumulates and men de- cay. Princes and lords may rise or fade, A breath can make them as a breath has made; But a bold peasantry, their country's pride. When once destroyed, can never be supplied.M Wk are living under a demo- cratic (?) administration. It is natural for a fellow to kick at a man who points ont his faults- Local OeiMtrats Yi The English press generally comments favorable on Cleve- lands inaugural address. The chaplain of the House at Austin continues to waste his time in praying for the present legislature. Congress is reported to be dead. The next thing in order is to pass an appropriation bill so as to give it a decent burial. The proposition to appropri- ate $500 to paint a life size portrait of Governor Hogg does not meet with universal ap- proval. A bill was proposed yester day in this state legislature to app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 March 1893

" • * VlTf m 9 m * 111! . > : i ■ ▼ U " >'. • "3® Ev Neat, -IN- ING GOOD AT- 0 .ARPER & ©BERieK'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHING PALACE CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! See the Beautiful Soft Roll Cutaway Frocks, alio oar Spring Prince Alberts (for Value and Style) can't be equalled. Boys' Suits with both knee and long pants. Youths' clothing to suit the most fastidious. Young mens' goods the latest and most approved styles. Our Long Box Sacques, *4Latest Fad." HATS! HATS! HATS! Soft, Stiff and Crush, Cow boy's Broad Rail, High Crown, Low Crown, Narrow brim Columbi- an. Dakotae and Alpines. SHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! The Celebrated Manhattan, PnfTs and Megligee's, are ac- cepted as authority by all cor- rect dressers,Madras Laundered goods for business and comfort. Wilson's Imported Neckwear Bell Shaped, 4 in hand, Asco- toriae, Chir.tily, Parishian Silk bowg and Windsor**. Odd pants of all kinds. 6tyles and prices. Panrs for "Slims^ and pants for "Stonts," SHOES ! SHOES! SHOES ! H«nnon's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 March 1893

r CURES PI5IN0 BREAST asmgorisss ■aid-wife for but rears, and in cadi caaa ■■ a wonders It te the best remedy for known, and worth the price M. M. Bu tm, T can ten all expectant mothers If they will ■e a few bottles of Mother's Fries* they will through the ordeal without any pain and ■ ^ Mas. May Rsakuam. Argusrille, N. D. CM Mother's Friend before birth of my child. Will never cease its piaiae. Mas. J. F. Moons, Colusa, Cat Sent by express, charges prepaid, on sf price, 91 JO per bottle. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Sold by all druggists. Atlajtto, Qa, HUB8CIII 11 E FOR- — THE DEMOCRAT. The leading paper of Collin County ... Hi AMUL8 «T A Brief Htiton «f Our •1 [ T ] [continued fkox last wkik.] The revolt in the republican party against corruption, hav- ing failed of results, the ava ricions hordes of office holders gave thems«*lve over to a sy ros - tern of political debauchery, never before known in Ameri can history. Mr. Hepburn a republican congressman from Iowa, afterward said tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 March 1893

* «|. ft Uoi fttfLEY fc IbOMEf ) CUM MAIL MTTtM DAY. MAi ( II 16, 1893. SI ID 1H 1871. SNAP SHOT*. r Dallas Xaws. 1 U- ¥? i & Even silence is sometimes dangerous. All hobbies are pets al- , > C-^ It bas no Eqnnl for the money. Ij. PHIIjLIPSON 1hb. Tt-x., Sole Proprietor. When Gen. Walter Q. Gresh- aoi attended a re union of the Society of the Army of Tennes- see ai Circinaati in 1871, be ! made a xemarkable speech At i tlie banquet given by the socie i ty h responded to the toast, * Let Us Have Peace."' At the Contentment is never picked ; iime u.j verbatim report of the up in the road. speech made iu the papers. A single ieoiated_8idewhwk-! Gec' Gr"kam wbils 0,1 bis wajr er sometimes raises a great stoim. though some of them ire very wild. who refuseato offer his seat in a streetcar to a woman who is4 not pretty. For Complete and Accurate Printed Ab- stracts off Title call upon M. H. BYRNE. Ha aad hie affiea force devote their entire time ta that business. He b«4 the amf ela...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 March 1893

M OCR AT, At. . ni • RLISHXD [% oansM. (DA Y. M ARCH 16,1893. * ROBUST RI K58. Scotland boaiU a thousand w mm Of patriot, king and peer, The noblest, grandest of them all Wat loved and cradled hare. Han lived the gentle peasant prince- The loving cotter king. Compared with whom the greatest lord la hot a little thing. Tie hat a cot roofed in with straw. ▲ hovel made of clay: One door shuts out the snow aad storm, On window greets the day, Aad yet I stand within this room. And hold all thrones in scorn: For here beneath this lowly thatch, Love's sweetest bard was born. Within tbts hallowed hut I feet Like one who clasps a sbriae. When the glad lips at last eare touched The something deemed divine. Aad hare the world through all the As long aa day returns— The tribute of ite love and tears Will pay to Robert Burns. —Col. Bobt. G. Ingersoll. Ready money never lasts long. Buck Kilgork failed to get appointed a? Minister to Mexi- co. He kicked as usual. The Texas Press Association will m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 March 1893

'.Wtfi - - t! . ARPER & ERieK'S CLOTHING PALACE and get They have a Nice Stylish Suit for every Man and Boy in Collin County. IP TOU DON'T COMB AND CiET YOUR STJIT ITS TOUR OWN FAULT AS WE HAVE IT WlffiMH FOR YOU. MENS' SUITS—A neat suit for $7.50 ; A good suit for $10; A daisy suit for $12.50 ; A dandy suit for $15 ; A hummer $18 to 20. BOYS' SUITS—500 boys' suits, age from 4 to 14 in every design, color and style, ranging in price from $1.50 to $7. 50. They also have a nobby Qaiter pair Shoes, Negligee or Puff Bosom shirt and a Necktie that can stand alone to go with this suit. An early call to inspect their stock will be greatly appreciated and will enable you to get a choice selection out of their Nice, New, Spring Stock. Very Respectfully, West Side Square, HARPER <& RODERICK, McKinney, To: 4 S f. Jv. y - City Election, Tuesday, April 4, 1893. We srs authorized to announce J.C. Coleman as a candidate for Alderman from Ward 3. _ LOCAL NEWS.. he wn re it. "They bring h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 March 1893

TO W( If you would from Painful, Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR ■IMOriKLO NCGULATON CO, ATLANTA. 8UBHCBIBE FOR THE DEMOCRAT, The leading paper of Collin Count.1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. (TMBKKUND PBR8BTTKKUX. Herricee everv babbath at 11 o'clock A. m. and 7:30 p. m. Re*. J H WVfford, pastor. Sabbath school every Sabba b at 9:30 a. m. •npertntend- tnt. irnuui.v. every babbath at 11 o'clock 7:30"p. m., Ker. G. A. Kui- >dnesda\ Services A. m. and 7:JU p. tell pa At or. Sabbath school every Sab bath at 9:30 a. u. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 7:30. MKTHODIST. Sei vices evert Sal b*th at 11 o'clock A. in and 7:15 p. ni.. K«*v. Fladgerpaa- tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath si 9:15 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- nesday night at 7: 0. CHRISTIAN. Preaching every Sabbath morning st 11 a. m. and7.30 p. tn. Elder pastor. Sundav school every Sabbath to H:30 a. m. P. Harris, §upe ' cnt. Prayer intetingevery We night at 7:30. BAPTISr. Preach...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 March 1893

: ** '■m "m mi''/, DEMANDS A CHANGE. CLEVELAND OBJECTS TO THE SEN- ATE COMMITTEES. Ii Las no Equal for the money. L. PHILLIPSON, Dallas, Tex., Sole Pronriftfor. For Complete and Accurate Printed Ab< stra ps of Title call upon M. H. BYRNE. ll« and bU office force demote their entire time to that biiBineeit. lie has the most elaborate and complete Abstract Rooks in the county Also, if y^u want MONEY oa the Installment plan at LOW interest, M. li. Bvrne can give vou • beat of TERMS. Call and see him at his office on the west side of the Public Square. McKinney, Texas. mav-19 lyr. DOWELL & FIELD, East Louisiana Street, - - McKinney, Texas. DEALERS IX Agricultural au J Panning Implement* respectfully announce to the public that they have opened for business and kindly solicit your patronage. Anything in kelr line of business can be had on the most reasonable terms. KENTUCKY HOUSE N. JL WILLIS & SON, Prop's, Are prepared to give flrst-cass ac- commodations and respecfully so- l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 March 1893

THE DEMOCRAT. r* tTM .WD niRutiiD 8j f.C.Tteapm.'' TT THURSDAY. MA CH23; 1893. Muy talk ibMl voju'i tpktn ▲St>oaft It had a limit. There's not a place in earth or heaven, There j not a taak to mankind given, There's not a blessing or a woe. There's not a whisper yes or no, There's not a life, a death, or birth, That hae a feather's weight of worth. Without a woman in it. Thb Van Alstyne Leader and the Whitewright Plow and Hammer are making ngl j faces at each other. ▲toils «r ivrocAY mines. •>— A Brief Hlilerj of Omr Vatlsa* al Vol. 1, No. I, of the Hills- boro Register is before ns. It is a clean, all home print, and is ably edited by Wm. A. Fields. It it estimated that Cleve- land's cabinet appointments meets with. the approyal of onlyabout 90 per cent-of the SoathfenT and" Western demo- crats. On* of the last acts of con- was to donate an extra allowance of $100 per month to each congressman for clerk hire, which adds $349,800 more expenses to each session. Re- form 9' It i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 March 1893

HIGH ART NOVELTIES ;arper AT & ©BERieK'S Jl FASHIONABLE -®- CLOTHIIG PALACE. SEE OUR A All Styles of Clothing, Full Line and Latest Shapes in Hats. SHOES ! SHOES I SHOES I All Styles, All Grades and All Prices. SHIRTS ! SHIRTS I SHIRTS! Full Dress, Negligee's, Puff Bosom, All Stvles All Kinds All Prices. NECKWEAR ! The Famous Wilsou Bros. Parishian Goods, all Styles and Prices. GLOVES! Poi All Occasions, all Prices. Sole Agents for the Bifurcated Yoke Suspenders. _ ~ HARPER RODERICK. Fashionable Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, W. S. Square, McKinney, Tc WILCOX S ROGERS -THE- CHEAP, CASH MRS ARE IN THE LEAD WITH Low Prices on Flout, Sugar, Coffe, Etc, R. II. (Bob) Th> mpson, the young, able, sprightly, jolly attorney of Denison called to see The Democrat last week. The Ladies' Cemetery Asso- ciation, under the auspices of the Allegretto Musical* gave I at excellent concert at Heard's Opera Home last Friday night. DEPUTY SHERIFF OATE8 SHOT. Hobbs Recaptured. WENT INTO SPASMS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 March 1893

TEXAS I.EGISLATFRE. PROCEEDINGS OF the twenty- third session. 11m af th* Chapltia'i Frayn KktoMtohlKf a MM* Bama *f iii Mr _ „ _ Fricad, p*Bed|6r<raffE the ordwl with little pain, wf #tPO«fer In om bo« than in a week after the birth of her former child. J. J. McGoldeick, Beans Sta., Tenn. Mother's Friend fobbed pain of to terror ai-l shortened labor. 1 have the bealtkwH cltild I ever n«. _ Mu>. L. M. ABU5, Cochran, Oa. Pent br exprea*. charpre* prepaid, on receipt * ef nrii*. 91 J® per bottle. Bouk "To Mother* mailed free. BRAOriCLD MtQULMTO* OO., For Sale by all Druggist*. ATUltt, Oa. subscribe FOR THE DEMOCRAT. The leading paper of Collin County Austin. March !i-h the house Ike CUl" KC'l I I> I RECTORY. CrMSKKLXND PRBSBYTKRIAX. Services every Sabbath af 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:^i p. in. Rev. J fl Woflbrd, pastor. Sabbath school every Sabbaih at 9:A) a. ui. enperlntend- ent. ntRBHYTKRUX. Servicci every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. in. and ::W p. in.. Rev. (i. A. Ruo- sell pasto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 March 1893

m «PM. • * •#*. w« MM MM Kinn«j. Ml mv York Earper FASHIONABLE , . r i < ft M'KINNEY, TEXAS. HIQH ART 8 ■ HAIL MATTER* gjrfr f- * *. :#Hfe - V#* WasM*.^ ■ if- ' M Y. MAKCH 30. 1893, ELTIES ©beriek's odbo PALACE. k All Styles of Clothing, Full Line and Latest Shapes in Hats. SHOES ! SHOES ! SHOES ! All Styles, All Grades and All Prices. SHIRTS ! SHIRTS ! SHIRTS! Full Dress, Negligee's, Puff Bosom, All Styles. All Kinds, All Prices. NECKWEAR! The Famous Wilson Bros. Parishian Goods, all Styles and Prices. GLOVES! For Ail Occasions, all Prices. Sole Agents for the Bifurcated Yoke Suspenders. HARPER d RODERICK, Fashionable Clothiers, Hatters and Furnishers, W. S. Square, McKinnoy, Texas. • •*.* * • • ii • • WASHINGTON NOTES. GROVER WANTS NO DEMAGOGUE IN THE PENSION BUREAU. m * 'Ze'.z- II has no Eqaal for the money. L. PHtLMPSON, Dallas, Tex. Sole Proprietor. t J. P. DOWELL, HARD WARE, CHINA WARE, QUEENS WARE, CROCKERv WARE.j TIN WARE Mechanics' Tools: i Io fact everything in bis line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 March 1893

y <• . tfm '• a >* HE DEMOCRAT. TED Hit) A V. MAS 8r c ;T:PTiow IU One Ye r« Bight Dlonta*. . . Six Honthf,........ >•••••••« I.OO 75 40 Thb only defense, as we «n* demand it, of commissloBer MoGaughey, is hit igno most of the Hogg regi supplied with an abundance of that kind of defense. Our Advcrtinlng « • • e e e e «•«%••• One column 1 year Hal/column 1 year 1-inch single cfctamn Local nctices. 7 each laawtton. OM than IS Itawi will be osoal rates. All contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address. F. C. Taonmx, Proprietor, McKinoev. Texes Gov. Hooo dreams of mobs. He arose the other morning ind sent a telegram to McKin ney, instructing Sheriff Moul- den to protect prisoner Hobbs, who had been in jail at McKin- ney for nearly a week. Now comes the news thatTom PerW.nsof tjie Wylie R as tier is nominated for alderman! The newspaper men are "in it" A. G. Stewart formerly of the steripffarmersville News is holding office under Got. Jas. S. Hogg. .*150.00 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 March 1893

- - : - 'f" * Syj -;-:7 vssn^u , '5^4? 1 $S*tWO - . ■■• •- _ * / SbST*? •ros** & &*£& .iS&Vi Mr. D. C. Jackson of Rover, Bedford ooaaty, Tom., hat Poreh^fd a faml 00,1111 Md| Ob .he margin of thU Ihm, Just opposite your name, jou llr. J. K. Johnson and family I ^ Hod the dale al which The ward lines,in McKinney, should bo changed so as to giro ward 3 one aide of the square. It. IS ArIvm fctl a. m, H I •• Nsa a. M 1 M fclip. B u 9 «• S:t4 a. m. ••4 M ~ 4:4S p. a. 44 14 • *Mp. m. WARD 1. WARD 4. - Utta. iuHb ••••••••••• HMD a. m «; p. m OKy Bfctm, April 4, Wain toianoiMt J. C. candidate for from Wards. Spring Is here, gaylj attired. to by Square WARD 2. WARD 3. in Dallas A heavy froet fell here last W. F. Battle visited in Cor- this Mr. Joe Wilson of Allen was la the city this week. C. M. Chrietie, of Bethany, was ia the city this week, ——s Mr. L, Cameron of Altogo was in the city laet Friday. A holinees church was organ Ued in McKinney last week. See the date oppoeite...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 March 1893

151 NO OMS^ "laflfm* cmmp iMMi uaJ-vif« for rnaoT T6tit. ad fts nek can where! ■MMM suffering. It h thej ■knuwu. and worth fore the election, Blaine teemed 1 can tell all expectant use a few bottles of go through the goffering. r«rd Mother's Friend before With «C MJ fcigluhcluld. Will never cease He I Mas. J F-MooanJ Sent by evnress, charges prepaid, on f pnee, #1 JO per bottle. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., gold by all druggists. ATVAMTA, 0^ HUR8CRIBE FOR- — THE DEMOCRAT. The leading paper of Collin County CHURCH DIRECTOBY. Cl' MHKBLAXD Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. hi. and 7:30 p. in. Rev. J H Wofford, uastor. Sabbath school every Sabbath atl :3U a. in. snperintend- ent. lRESBYTERISX. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. iii. and 7:W p. in., Rev. G. A. Rus- sell pastor, ^l>l>ath school every Sab- bath at <.♦:;«> a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday night at i:B0. MKTHODIST. Seivices ever> Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m and 7:15 p. m.. Rev. Flsdgerpas- tor. >a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 April 1893

' < • fP * * ■' ' BIOR1BB - FOB- — THE DEMOCRAT. The leading paper of Collin County ? ' - * rn - % S gmjiLW AT AI • . Fm&z _ TOM MONEY TO lA^S TRACTS or title VOL. 5 cnrcnco at tnk at second clai« mail matter* M'KINNEY, TEXAS* THURSDAY. APRIL 6.1893. NO HOWL AGAINST JUDD THE NEWS IX BlilEF. the anti-semitics and clericals GREATLY EXCITED. HAPPENINGS FROM VARIOUS PARTS OF THE WORLD. It has co Equal for the inonoy. L. PHILLIPSOX, Dallas, TVx.. Sole Proprietor. W. DO WELL, > HARD . WARE, CHINA WAHB, QlEfiNS WARE. CROCKERY WARE. TIN ware. Mechanics' T Ot> I„S In fact everything in bia line is kept on hau 1 to he disposed of at A small profit. J^T'Call an.I see BAST LOUISIANA STREET, - - McKlXNEY. TEXAS They Oppose Him a* Consnl General te Vlfiinn llerause Hr h a Hebrew—C'andl- «ltttrn l or t'ublie Printer—Narrow Ka- raite* of Several Texan*. Vienna, April 3.—The anti-Semitics and cl -r'.cals are greatly agitated ovet ih- appointment by President Cleveland of Mux Ju id of Uu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 April 1893

IIP •y - Nobby N D ■ m IS lae Harper Roderick's 3> ^^FASHIONABLE CLOTHING PALACE.— Money Saved to all who Buy of Our Extremely Close Prices in Clothing, Furnishings, Hats j. * y*m* W. S. Square, McKinney, Texas, THE DEMOCRAT, WHO AKE PARTISIASS ASD POLE MEMBERS? TAD Visit to an Art Studio. EDITED AND published Bj F. C- Thompson. THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1833. Subscription IUtes: On© Year £1,50 Blfht Months, 1 .OO Biz Months, 75 Three •• 40 Our AdTcrtitiinsr Rates, Populist ( ain is in tore need of a manager. Because democrats oppose some of his anarchist measure upon and calls them tadpoles. Mr.' ain home of Prof. HudgillS, seemi determined to make political thunder out of the house act*, and when he oposes any measure he does it on purely partisan principles. The few populists in the legislature, with one or two exception*, know nothing but abuse for their political opontnts : and know no argument but abuse and vilifi- cation as shown in Mr. < ain's specta- cular speech on our firs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 April 1893

.... -■ ■■ MEMORIAL SERVICES. Camp 109 U.C.V. Our Acknowledge sal Trass Oiitrml liilwij 4 4 Berth, He. 13 Arrives 5:31 a. m. •* *• 1 •• 10:59 a. * * i u 8:15 p.m. garth 44 8 u 8:14 a. m. •* 44 4 44 4:49 p. m. m m 14 * 9:28 p. m. line Railroad. 10:40 a. m Arrives C;30p. no = City Wa tion. Tuesday, April 4, to announce J. C. a eendklate f r Alderman froa Want 3. LOCAL HEWS. Mrs. I. D. Newaome is very sick. W. H. Middieton, of Tarrant ooantr, is visiting here. Chsrlie Battle, of Sherman, is the citj yerterday. High Dowell had his ankle broke bj a fall from a horse. J. K. P. Shrader, made a bus- isess trip to Dallas, yesterday. J. P. Dowell, made a busi ness trip to Da!las, yejterday. m m m Editor Cray ton, of the Farm- ers ville Times, was in the city yesterday. M. W. Gentry takes the best psper in the connty—T n f. Democrat. J. M. Wilcox Son are boilding new sheds for lumber, on the old Nenny and Pardue yards. The new copper telephone line, is nearing McKinney from the sonth. It takes...

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