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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 May 1893

! 1 ^ S _ PROSPECTUS AFtret-Class Hot«l| |c«orreHi an What is Cfcrt ri> Is Dr. Wimnd Pttchef^a prescription for Infimti aad Childm. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic mbftance. It is a harmless substitute ft>r Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Gastoria Is the Children's Castoria. Caatoria. bao wen adapted tochOdrea thai it mm superior to any prescription to ma" H. A, Aamn. M. D., Ill 80. Oxford 8L, Brooklyn, N. Y. * ia mo uniTenai and that it imiiii a work to endonw it. Few are the who do not keep Castoria 1). D_ Sew York City. Tn Cnrrara Caatoria cured Cube, Constipation, Sour Stomach, I Harrhopa, Eructation, Kills Worms, gteea (deep, and promotes di Without injurious medication. "For several jears I have recommended your 'Caatoria,' an«l shall always continue to ! demands do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results." Edwin F. T'A&DKK. M. D., lXth Stre...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 May 1893

M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 18. 1893. NO 45 - i GOODS AT Popular Prices! THE TEXAS PI1ES8 GANG. A BIG ATTENDANCE. Part Of Them Off For C'liicasro. tionp, dunging the forms occasiooly parting oa We we making Slaughtering Prices on our entire line of 8PR1NG AND SUMMER GOODS and mer.n to push our or coit^ and will give you MOKE GOODS clean. Mechanically, the press should be the h'ghest tyje of perfection ; no blurs or bulls, no mieep^ll^d or missplaced words ; they grate harth'.y or nerved and brain, are just cause for Ciiticiyni and frpqa^nth lead to fami<y jirs. Young America, awakened by elec- tric shock, brightened by fric lion and determined to excel, are readers and promptly criti cise error, wheiher froui care les8ness or ignorance and foqpn rtieir conclusion* iA ttua and tors didu't have most sdbscrlb- ' in houses rli.it had flowers dress ; her linen should be" in the yards ? He said the hor- politi as great a ANI) Better Value for your oney than any house in the city. La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 May 1893

,■ ■ Clearing Sale! We will Sell our Entire Stock of Spring Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices. $18 Suits, Men's, at I 15 Suits, Mod's, at 12 Suits, Men's, at 10 Suits, Men's, at 8 Suits, Men's, at $12.00 to 13.50 9.75 to 11.00 7.00 to 9.00 6.00 to 7.00 4.00 to 5.00 $7.SO Suits, Boys' at G.OO Suits, Boys' at 5.00 Suits, Boys' at 4.00 Suits, Boys' at 3.00 Suits, Boys' at 2.00 Suits, Boys' at 1.50 Suits, Boys' at $MO 3. GO S.OO 2.00 1.25 M We also have an elegant line of Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Straw Hats and Shoes. GOOD VALUES. Popular Prices. West Side Square, HARPER & RODERICK. McKinney, Texas, the democrat. EDITED AND PUBLISHED Bf F. C< Thompson. The worker produces the re- port. Let tyranical bosses stand back and gather the crumbs. THURSDAY. MAY 18, 1893. Subscription Rates: One Tear, $1,50 Riffht Months, 1.1KI Biz Months, 75 Three •• 40 THRaxe of truth is laid at the roots of the party tree and the boys are looking for a place to fall. True patriotism should im- pel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 May 1893

WE HAVE GOODS! YOU HAVE THE MOHEY ? We must make the prices such as fo induce you to trade with us, else the question will never be revers- ed—Hence it is a necessity for us to make the lowest possible prices. The Cotton Goods' Market is weakening on account of the fall in the prices of cotton, and we are always ready to take the lead in Lowering the Prices and thereby protect the interest of our customers • • • • Bead the list oi a lew of the many great bargains we are offering: 90 /lido nice Printed Challies for... flOjIfdl Figured Lawn for JD yards 4-4 Bleached Domestic for 90 yards good Sea Island Domestic for. 35 yards dress prints for 10 yards fall standard dress prints for. $6 yards while lawn for 30 ynrds cotton checks for $0 yards India Linen for Ladies black hose Men's seamless 12 hose $1.00 . 100 1.00 1 00 • ( •••••* • w 1 00 1.00 1.00 ........ 1.00 1 00 ficts per pair 5cts per pair Mr. Jim Coleman, who mov- ed to the Nation from McKin- ney, a short time back is visit- in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 May 1893

- - > irM * : •t What is I Castor 1.'. ^ Or. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Inianta end Children. It contains neither Opium, llorphi nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless subs' tote for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing |yruns, and Castor OH. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' .use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Friend. Expiation of the Foul Taking Off of Sharman The Widow and Children of Sharman, for Whose As- sassination the Men Died, Witnessed the Execu- tion. I were pinioned, shaking hands j with all the spectators whom they recognized. Then their aims were pinioned, and as the black caps were being placed over their faces Carlisle spoke to Chief of Police Melton. Both turned to the crowd and paid: "Jood-bye." Tae caps were adjusted and promptly at 2:18 Sheriff Hughs jerked the trigger and the bod- ies shot down receiving a fall From Anna. Castoria. Castoria. Last Friday John Carlisle of nearly seven feet, and Charles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 May 1893

VOL. 9' EY, HARRIS & BHEA GOODS AT Mar Prices! Wt are making Slaughtering Prices on ouar entire line of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS and mean, to push onr businees regardless of cost, and will give yon MKINNEY, TJE^AS, THURSDAY. MAY 52 1893. DARING ROBBERY. A Stock of Goods Removed bj lifting a Train of Faok Mules. Bowif, Montague Co., Tex., May *21.—An establishment at StoD*"biir£, carrying a large stock of p*neral m« rcbandise, was closed by Bowie creditors yesterday. Tbe head of the firm arcompanie 1 tbe creditors to this city last evening. A courier cam*) in this morn- ing with the news that tbe store had been burglariously enter- ed last night and the stock bod- ily stolen. A train of pack- mules were employed in remov- ing tbe goods. Everything of : value was stolen. A uos(*e of citizens was hasti- ! ly gathered on learning of the robbery and marred in pursuit of ihe raiders with good pros- i p**cts of overtaking th^m in a body until Red rirerwas cross- ed. In the territory the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 May 1893

We will Sell our Entire Stock of Spring Clothing at Greatly Reduced Prices ^$18 Suits, Men's, at I 15 Suits, Men's, at | 12 Suits, Men's, at I 10 Suits, Men's, at 8 Suits, Men's, at $12.00 to 13.50 9.75 to ll.oo 7.00 to 9.oo 6.00 to 7.oo 4.00 to 5.oo ,T $7.50 Suits, Boys' at O.OO Suits, Boys' at 5.00 Suits, Boys' at 4.00 Suits, Boys' at 3.00 Suits, Boys' at 2.00 Suits, Boys' at 1.50 Suits, Boys' at I .... We also have an elegant line of Shirts, Underwear, Neckwear, Straw Hats and Shoes. GOOD VALUES. Popular Prices. is.oo 4.00 3.SO 3.00 2.00 1.25 - M on ¥ x r West Side Square HARPER & RODERICK. McKinney, Texas. THE DEMOCRAT, EDITED AND PUBLISHED By F. C- Thompson. sense or principles. The soon- er this foolishness is stopped th*1 better for all concerned. This move on the part of the farmer has no desire or tenden Sam Jones Prearhes to Thousand Feople. Five Dallas, Tex., May 2tt.— He v. Sam Jones, the Georgia cy- clone, did not arrive this THURSDAY. MAY I8i>3. Hawaii and Annex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 May 1893

m Youp next, week's washing i Mil look whiter, will be cleaner and will kl done with less labor if Clairette Soap ll used. Tht clothes will srr.eil Sf/eeierifi4 will last longer. CLAIRETTE SOAP is pure, it cleans but does not injure t*he. fabric. Ht d ocs ijot roughen or chap fhe* hands. a a M'IIions use. it. Do You. P •J Id.K. FAIR BANK KCO., M m. ST. LOUIS. No Wind and Water IN THE PRICES AT WYLIE& BALDWIN'S! We came to McKinney to build up a substantial trade ar.d while we have been blowing at a big Gale, our sounds have al- ways been seasoned with tru'li and proven over our counters in actual values and our gifts have been of snch goods that vri|] benefit all classes. Oar trade is beyond our expectation, but we kno^ that each day, each week, must be advertisement for the next, in order to hold our trade, hence every customer visit- O | indoor store, purchasing a bill gets better values than can le found elsewhere. 1 ronton and Texas Ontral Railway Tim Table. Died. Death has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 May 1893

What is c 0 OMtoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Terrible Experience. FOR REFORM; Mr. J. J. Talbot, who died at But Mot Willing to Trust to Sooth Bond, Iod., from the of- Parti— bo uc feet of a recent relapse into in-, t. V«te fir v. th. temperance, was formerly a, CegrtitaUM wk,ek will pr^M) minister, and once a member by appropriate legislation. The money of the United States shall consist of metalic monny and paper or fiat money, which shall be legal tender and interchangeable at par value ; and (with exception of an auxiliary money herein provid- ed for) shall constitute the on- ly legal money of the United States. Fiat money shall be is- sued as a medium of ex change to an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 June 1893

- ■ -HI **. rV ) AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTKR M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1893. IfoUIS LONOISOTTI KILLED. Threatened With Prostration lie Dies bj the Mantf of Mrs. Lillian Beeves. - OOODS AT Popular Secretary Carlisle may or may not have nervocs prostra- tion as reported, but if he con- tinues to refuse to pay out sil- ver on an equality with gold, the democratic party will have Dallas, Tex., May 28.—Yes- it, after the next congressional -Jgrday morning at 6.35 Mrs. election.—Progressive Farmer, Lily .Reeve*, who conducts a \ft. Vernon, III. boar< is Seats Fife Billet* lets His Body —Mlis Charges Him with Trs- 4aeiag Her. warding house at ?03 Griffin A t i tarros that in 1S6*> were ^preet, shot and Killed Lotus, t • r V*** wo"h $.),(XX) will not bring $1,- Tionginotti in front of her * i 0. - ,« . 000 toiay. How long will home. She hredtive shots, ev- s • ® ery one of which took effect. |,a^. lhe farm*r to ^Co,m0 At the first shot Longlnotti ■ ,u"!,oniMre at ,hat raW of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 June 1893

ei :tk:> axi rjm.isHKD 3y F. C> Ifio^SM. THURSDAY. JUNE 1,1893. ^ iORl* One Year, Rlfbt Month!*, 8lx moiillis — i ii 1 liA II DEMOCRAT, There is to be a meeting of (he Stale Horticultural So ciety, at Rock port Tex., Jane 90. The meeting is to be an industrial one, of all the asso- ciations of the state. The main object is to discuss the best methods for the development of | the state. *l!oo1 The grand old man has been 76 pelted with bricks, treated 40 with stones and knocked in the bead with a pone of bread, but Ovur AdvortiMug Rates, he still lives to preach the liv- Onc column l year *150.00 ing gospel of liberty and prog H a if column l year 80.00 ress.—Dallas News. 1-inch single column 13.00 Local notices, 7 cents per line foi each insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our usual rates. «- All contricts will be charged for in proportion to the above. Address. F. C. Thompson, Proprietor, McK inner. Texes We're beaten back in many a fray, But nev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 June 1893

m & They wash their clothes WITH CLAIR ETTE SOAP MADE ONLY BY RKfAIRBANK&CO. St.Louis. DOWELL & FIELD, East Louisiana Street, McKinney, Texas DEALE11S IN Oat Bags at Bottom prices, Cssady Sulky Plows, the Cele- brated Walter A. Wool E. G, Mowers. Agricultural and Farming Implements respectfully announce to the public that they have opened for business and kindly solicit your patronage. Anything in heir line of business can be had on the most reasonable terms. sai Texas Central Railway flaw Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. * M " 3 •• 10:59 a. m * U U I U 8:15 p. i M South u 3 44 8:14 a. m. a .♦ 44 4 * 4:40 p.m. u 44 44 |4 44 9:28 p.m. Bast Line Railroad. Leaves 10:40 a m Arrites................ C.30 p. ®. LOCAL HEWS. Mr. W. T. Hale was in the city last Tuesday. Mr. J. T. Branch was see us last Monday. in to Kindell & McWhirter DEALERS IN STAP LE and FANCY GROCERIES East Louisiana Street, McKINNEY, TEXAS. pgyQive us a call and save money. ELKHART CARRIAGE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 June 1893

• ' I1.- - ' - ■ ' - -. i;'" • J*-: •■*?•■ •**■ . - >•• :% >' "T'*. *•-> JJ* . J tcv - v-.# -- &*■:&I What is CASTOR IA Gtetorta is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Pareporic, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. . it to pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Gastoria Is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Friend. Between Father and 8on- Pa, what Is a national bank 9 It is a place where the peo- then exempt them from taxa- tion f Yon fonght in the war, and now you work hard every day and pat taxes, too. The Democratic Tariff. pie go to borrow money when j 8Uppoee it'e aU right my they need any, and to leave goa tbongh r <iou>t kuow jagt Castoria. Castoria. "Caatoria is au well ada(ited to children that 1 rmnunnd it •* superior to any pn*cri|*ion koo*n to n e." H. A. Aacmta, M. D„ 111 So. Oxford St., Broo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 June 1893

M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JUNE 8. 1893. (17712 acres) of 8ehool litDd, in kty, sub-diri^od in- 177 acres each, S0>earo time, 7 per required of actual pet tiers. Colony al xeadj started. Special help to worthy^Jlibft settlers. To toil i®g renters In the cotton region. It will be emancipation from slavery to come to this favored section and raire wheat. We sell per act*, at what yon pay rent. For large lithographed map and circular, rp.<\ all about the Panhandl*, address me with •tamp. Also for sale, an undivided league, 4428 acres, square shape, richest plains land, in Bailey county; on long time. John G. Jamrs, Anstin, Texas. ■ ■ ^ a m tie Great Southern Remedy. -jtlj pleasure * so beam? People should not be de- ceived into paying money for trashy mixtures gotten up to ^ sell. Botanic Blood Balm, (B. dreary. i clair ^1 ETTE bC ^ * SAM JONES' LAST SERMON. End of the Greatest of all Re- vivals. SOAP n«3isst woleai\ir\g <me8 2uips8. thtoy B. B.) which has been made in I ba At...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 June 1893

• '• p rr" -* TCCRAT. Thicks are now in this conn try eiz millions of boys who U: 1.1SHJKD Ii5$3A. who will cast their first vote in '94 and '90. They are the ones to look after.—Ex. THURSDAY. 8, 1893. s K One Year. Bigtit Mm Six Mont h rbree •• !S. 91JBO 1.UO 75 40 Our Advi'rtislng Hat One colur n 1 ytur f 150.00 Ha If column *1 year 80.00 1-inch ainieli* column 12.00 Local nctices. 7 cent® per line foi each insertion, obituaries of more th&n 10 lines hIU be charged for at our asual rates. All conincte will be charged for in proportion to the abo\e. Address, F. C. Thompson, Proprietor. McKinnev. Texe* Time to uu this truth has taught— Tis a truth that's worth revealing- More offend from want of thought. Than for any want of feeling. What is the difference be tween the rich and the poor idler ? The first goes to Europe and the latter goes to jail, both at the expense of the laborer. —Alba (la.) Progress. As long as people have plen ty of room very little govern- have not yet cas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 June 1893

'*= reedy st Wheat (17712 acres) of School bud, is tf, sub-divided in- 177 acres each, 90 rears time, 7 per Basil required fet tiers* Colony al • Special help to settlers/. To toil lag renters in the ooitoo region. It will he emancipation from slavery to come to this favored section and raire wheat. We sell per acre, at what yon pay rent. For large lithographed map and circular, and all about the Panhandl**, address me with •tamp. Also for sale, an undivided league, 4428 acres, square shape, richest plains land, in Bailey county; on long time. John g. Jambs, Austin, Texas. m m ^ The Greet Southern Remedy. hvtM and Texas Central Railway Tine Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5?21 a. m. * M *• 3 " 10:58 a. m- * •• " 1 " 8:15 p. m 31 Sooth " 2 " 8:14 a. m. 4 • " 4 " 4:49 p.m. a 44 44 14 u 9: p.m. Beat Line Railroad. UavN. Arrives. 10:40 a m C;30 p. m. local nrsws. Mr. W. T. Beverly's child is m improviug. Mrs. 1. 1). Newsome is still quite low. People should not be de- ceived into pay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 June 1893

- ' ■ What is Vftluble Information. 0 Castoria is Or. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic snbstance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, i>rops Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers, Castoria is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. •'Castoria i-- «•> n U tochiVJrrn that Ca*toria cures Colic. Constipation, I r •••< ! !t as ^r r:>>r loanjrpnvriptioit I Sour Stomach. IHarrh<ra. Eructation, kn wn to m< ." H A. .VRrtra, M. P., Kills Worms, pives sleep, aci promotes di 1*1 So. Osfortl St.. Bmoklra. N. Y. pvstfion. Without injurious medication. " Th*> u - of ite nit! ILH iO w «.f super -.pat intelligent fam «itbiii vir. r i U fc ria" is so unirwstl anil vu tf*t "t a work r.tit.r*-* it. F« w art* th«* O i> ,t CiHtOilk am, H. I „ v -w Y -ric citT. "For several years I law recommended your ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 June 1893

V5. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THUKSDAY. JUNE 15. 1893. NO 49 N- ML [«. Ford's Theater Build- ing Goes Down With A Crash. DEATH AND DESTRUCTION. Was Occupied bj Five Hundred Employes of the Record and Pension Division of the War Depart- ment* iter is t (bat ; foist baild or Soft Wafer Ibis Soap works so veil, M Women want NO OTHER, TWENTY-OWE ABE DEAD. midst of an ill judged effort to remedy some of its defects. The moral of the disaster is emphasized by the fact there are known to be at two pivai government tags, the printing office and the Winder building annexed of the war department, eaeh con- taining many more employes than wt*re raged in Ford's thea- ter death trap, which are i* an equally dangerous condition. While the work of rescue was going on, men who had been strangers to emotion, wept like children and tamed away their far*-s as the limp and lifeless bodies of ibWfl^wfco had been crushed benea* h Che rains were broaght forth to sunshine they would see no FOURTH DISTRICT INTER- NA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 June 1893

. > •.« • •. T112 DEMOCRAT. - i EDITSD AND PUBLISHED - If F. C-Thcmpson. Tiiosk who are impatient! a reduction of acreage and a with the rate of progrees and corresponding rise in price be it sure to increase the acreage. These diets are so plain that it woald seem that even the bankers association though they be like the "way- faring man/' might see and un- derstand. A more rational method degree of prosperity in Texas, I might find consolation in com- ; parison with other states. With {all the evils we have here it * THUBSDAY. JUNK 15, 1893.! would hardly pay to llee to •-* ' those of other states. Texas Somruoa K T : is rapidly forging to the front O^Tur, in the face of all its hinder ances. U is being conceded, WilloBth8 now, that Texas is destined to do I ' lead all the states in prosperi- ty and that in the near future Adrertiaiiiff Rates *• The old rule ot competition has about served out its useful ness, aad way is being Bade for co-operation. The destructive principle of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 June 1893

i ? - • m IN OUR- Goiog North, No. 13 Arrivea 5:21 a. m. * •• * 3 •• 10:50 a. m Sonth " i " lMtS.|**d lhe bu2Z °f th* 8aW 1 .* 4 4 44 4:4 p.in. beard constantly in the city. M 44 44 14 u 9:28 p. in. East Line Railroad. Leaves. Arrives. LOCAL NEWS, idly. Second Story! Since our arrival in McKinney, the attention of Washington has been directed to our HOUSE, and actually Struck in our STORY. Now Uncle Grover, we are having such great success with our last shipment of New Summer Goods, having bought them so cheap and our customers so well pleased that we could not accept anything just nOW. Piano bas received a car We told the trade list week that we would write another load of new wheat. letter when the NEW GOODS ARRIVED, but we have been so j. Dowell was in Dallas busy that we did not hare the time and thought from the last Monday and Tuesday. In McKinney, bycicles are not laid np^for a rainy day—let Q8 have paved streets. Sam W«lch returned home :oastea and Texas Csatral Railway I Ch...

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