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

Me , - . " m SEat. of Coilin County -W s * *5 —a &m. F--'^"''- '*" - ■•' — "-^j i ENTERED AT THC POS1 (LASS WAIL MATTER WW MOWKY TO ABSTRACTS or' HcKixm,1 —— t. in M'KINNEY, TEXAS, TJ ID AY. AUCtTST 3 1893. NO !r\ . -ra« - Tfl I lnrfpr Hit Hnrrl 1 Th* c{>nBty in which I live lieu LLI I lit liulUt (has a large debt. WfaM it TE <G3S. 'NG CTHES, A Missouri Bunk President Goes ior Harter and Cleveland. George Wilson is the rr* i- • i. nt * f the Lafayette county (Mis > iri) bank. M. D liar ihn c:t i.ii *■ • JMH :s. k. T!i C r> of Ohio !v c ;:rr. ^ Tivm t* " •".? i ir■ i ills 1 j- • tlnr eaHini? upon fill Ive "uo and Joint?,'1 da1 - n*ouM was made all the gold an# sil- ver in the world conld have been turned into American money at the desire of the owners. 'Ve pav that debt • * with w h a ., corn, hofS, csittte and other products of the farm. Be-.T'i^f jtoH and tilver wer4 ibl*s jl Qt\ . a litem onantiJv oi ill f} i • ( U i t! i . iuHiSth^ ' * i ; [ w.-v the Missouri bank...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 August 1893

V J& Jc<£PP ■ r *T- 'wmn / ' J*'* r M -.-- ' "- ' ** gl ■" IMOCRAT, BMTKD AND PUBLISHED '•tF.MHH The democratic negroes are to have a democratic conven- tion in Washington City on Ang. 24-26. Cleveland bids them welcome and God speed. Cleveland is a great friend of THURSDAY. AUGUST 3, 1893. | the colored brethren—provided they are democrats. If the Hod. Mr. Bailey of Texas does not have democrat- ic opposition next year the country at large will take it as an evidence that his district is wanting in good congressional timber.—Ft Worth Mail (Dem). Bailey is getting all right. Don't be too hard on him. $1,50 l.OO OM I Local notices m lyear $160.00 1 year 90.00 eolnmn 12.00 7 canto per line foi Obituaries of more will be charged for at oar "Our Government," says George Clark, "has made every effort to preserve silver value, will be charged for In but to no avail. ^Then it was, for instance, demonetized in 1873, and when every republi- can administration and ditto democratic, sin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 August 1893

Km! •:• -* •:• - *-w m «Bt Jr all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report DcM|r Powder TIMTiMi. u u M North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. no.I • *• 3 •• 10:39 a. m* j *• * j ♦ 8:15 p. m. Sooth " 2 *• 8:14 a. m. j •* " 4 44 6.-06p.«n. ' " 14 44 :28 p. m. Lime Railroad. 10:40 a m 6;30 p. m. I Mr. C. B. Moore, lad/ and lit- tle daughter left for Gallatin, Tenn., this week. We bespeak for them a pleaaant visit and safe letnrn. Mr. J. F. Graver, of the Illi- nois school house community, brought to this office 1 *st Moo- day, several bolls of cotun which were open. J. C. Wyiie, of the firm of W. A. Walcott and daughter Wylie & Baldwin, leaves to has returned home from a visit ^ay *or eastern markets, to the old home state. Wylie is an able and care- — , — j fui dealer. m a m A marriage certificate was returned to Joe Waddill this week, with the followiog writ- ten statement: "Mr. county ABSOUITELY PURE Rev A. M. Sims will deliver Ccetral Railway ^.g fareweu sermon next Sun- day at the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 August 1893

-r- ,V f SB ji, ■ - \ ? I • • *i .* > f • " • * What h tfowni TOffl " • 7 (The Plutocrat® in conference Aug. 24 and 25, —7" - —- |and to say that his engage- f** PaFNis News of last , . _ f menta with reference to matters wrttnieed a sf>e«fc of 3oM is corner^ by tra of of £tate are gu,.h thaf }t wU, he *• '; .h wMcAwae ;he most success!®! conspira Corner, • iiyi I M '* impossible to accept tbe kind invitation. I am sure it is gratifying to him to know of the interest the Afro Americans are taking in the political qnvi tioas of l be day wiih w bo.-^ torUi a i 'r «? ~ iCMUrfs. •: conkiiAi ^(41WT ^'a e«SJr* .?*«•♦ fbr P-i rj;. r It Is P!cn5.l!: Milin'-M.*- .UtiU h. S/ —the Motiu f 'o Castor." .. ! 1 /* ^vi- r *** **7) **•!<* fv * Ti% £**<*4' 43 && r> ttfe Mat en«; T«x. >'>8 of great speculators the '*; Sfvt5je, * t * ! world has ever seen. With TMte speech was exluusttve h> adquarters in Ijopaon, it ttwl «■*.?< evident of the auth- operates through Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 August 1893

TH E •f Colli a Count j DE CNTKIIKO AT THC WITOWCl AS jt V OC RAT. liK TOM AMI ATTHKr«U| •eUM MAIL MATTKA- VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 10.1893. NO 8 MY WIFE r ANT n £ THAT WHAT 18 MOHBT, PA? A Question Mnoh Easier Asked Then Answered. "Pa, what is money ?" "Why, gold is money, my son." "Ma's ring > is gold; is it miney .. NOUCH No ; gold has to be sent to the mint, and be coined first, and then it is money." "What'sa mint?" "It's a great big bnilding where they take gold and melt it into bars and then they stamp it." "Oh, I mean they hare a ma- chine that prints on it, five dol- lars, ten dollars or twenty dol- lars." "Is it money before they print on it ?" ' comes again—" "Say pa, ho* big wonld that greenback be on yonr intrinsic plan ?" "Oh, run off now, that's a good boy." "I don't want to be a good boy. I'd rather be a smart one. Say, pa, it wonld be five hundred times as big as it is, { a regular blanket slider, as it were." "Well, run off now, I've got the hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 August 1893

■"■'mS-r '•M -tlH FIGHT IS 01! ZDITKD 4fn>eU Ll BXD IfF.tTfcmpsM. . ■ j Cleveland is for Uneon- .^UOt'ST io,ik^. t ditional Repeal of Filtr Milll UtlOQ nd andiu UN ket of ht to inj nts op them Congress Convened! Ill— in Katps: Hz MMths, M £1.50 i Am 75 441 Adrerti«iiutf Kates > • • • • a • < Om eolomn 1 year... Ha If column 1 year.. 1-Inch tingle column. net ices, 7 ccnts per line foi Inanition. Obituaries of more 10 lines will be charged for at our the Sherman Act of '90. politics. It as and eaters avery TARIFF KKFORM CRIPPLED AND SEST TO THE REAR. flaftJUO ; so.no 12.00 Democratic Pledges Set to Nnnght by tlie Man Who is Bigger than His Party. rec nd la every entfcas no al Sxperl and prac- I AM nor Is to be justified In permitting an exaggerated and unreasonable reliance on our national strongtk and ability to jeopardize the sound neas of the people's money. This matter riaes above tike plane of ~ every businrse an household In the land. There la one tiapor tant aspect of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 August 1893

W''*SZ- Highest of alt in Leavening Powei^Lfetest U. S. Gov't Report Baking fonder Edgar Board was in Dallas last Saturday. Complaints of boll worms reaches this office from several points of this county. Mr. H. F. Blue of Illinois school house community re- turned home yesterday from Mineral Wells. Palo Pinto county, where he has been with his family several weeks seek The young editors of the ting health for his little boy. Evening Times are hustlers and The little fellow is xnncb im- ABSOiviEiar pure ! if ability and energv is appre- ciated success will crown their efforts. proved. •« In the discussion of the silver question our citizens have for- got the subject of fencing the courthouse. I Texas Oatral Railway TIm Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. «• .$•• 10:59 a. nr «• *4 | w 8:15 p. m. " Sooth " 2 " 8:14 a.m. u ►* * 4 * trtWp.tn. M It M 14 • The largest crowd for months was in the city last Monday, horse trading day. Our square streets were packed with people. At ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 August 1893

• H ^' ••. •• • . What is CASTOR IA U Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants ami 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 bj Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. "Castoria is so w«*ll adaptor) tochiklrvn that I recommend it as suniTktr to any prescription known to me '* II. A. ahchee. M. !>., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. X. Y. ••The uw ©I 'Castoria' Is universal an! its merits so well knr.«vn thnt it serins a w<>r'w of f«ti<>n to endorse it. K«*w arr th<* Intdpiit (anility who do rot ke *:> (i-tiffte within easy reach." CASUS JUHTTN. I . I)., New York City. Castoria cures Colic, Constipation, Sotrr Htomaeh. l iarrh«t . Eructation. Kills Worms, pTts sleep, an«l promotes d pestion. Without injurious indication "For several ye.irs ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 August 1893

oar re •JerstUTm pkm*ii'ka 1 m llifiP w um 1.1 mmm T—T Mnu r uT> t j \f a'l I ii'i I o ir ill o 1 u fs 7^ PP**"*~ I Ka'nra o niil <w V • m. • •> r> n • 1**A04 IQ V THE DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT M KINNEY, TEXAS, Ai GI ST 10, 189:< baptist cni kch. si in hi <« Farewell to Hi* CoBKreKaiiiiD. A good sized audience at- tended Baptist services at Hoard's Optra House Iat t Sun day night. Rev. A. M. Siruifie bad** farewell to his cougrega tion and will !^av^* this for Raleigh. N. C . to discharge pastoral duty in that city The church here adopted th~ following merited complimen tarv resolutions: McKinnky. Tex . Aug f>. CLOSING OUT! To make room for the immense Stock which we have bought for the iall trade we will sell you Furniture, Stoves, Gtueensware, Glass and Tinware, in fact, we will sell everything in the House Furnishing Line J Sinre BrOi Simrns ha-* had the matter of serving his ron- nection with us. as pastor, nn der praverful advisement for some time, and has. under...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 August 1893

The leading piper of Collin County THE CNTIRCO ATTMC VOL. 10 P as second cla«i mail mattcm- TOM r^rf ^ mm* M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. AUG UST 17.1893. 2fOJi \ t'!U f. i since the dissension on slavery in favor of the coinage of botb i a 1 .k. u„ J: iJ j _!i 2.1 * J:. J& v -uc 5 O* triic ar CLAIR I -r. w<fv< tfr> usipit fitfb: .>y\c 70 tbgVwww I kJ!7 f:r iff t.r'y Vorji fitsfcr rye about f , WiVb .rvSifteto. AII cf iioaldi' ! rtcKor?" yivdcit j K117 s< ST. LOUIS. CHURCH DIRECTORY. ctrmnusb prbbttibun. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rf*. .1 H W ofl'ord, pastor. Ssbbsth school every sabbai h At 9:30 a. m. etiperintend- eat. nueabytkrun. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. G. A. Hus- aell pastor. Sabbath school every Sab- bath at SJO a. a. l*rayer meeting every WedAeeday night at 1:38. methodi-t. Seivices every Sabhsth at 11 o'clock A. m. and 7:15 p. m.. Kev. F'iadger pas- tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath at 9:45...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 August 1893

Some members of the G. O.P. say that we cannot leffspe money into a man's pocket. These same fellows haye been doing this and by the eternal u must be stopped. oe 17,1803. •M* OafMtnalrnr... Bilfwhtmo 1 year.. 1-laeh tingle column. Owing to a misunderstand- ing we populists failed to join 91*50 *Q a ^eart3' langh just after the l]ss • reeent tiioiiw. Oar oponents 70 will please excuse us now, as we mingle in one universal har Bunions,side splitting exhulta- tion of joy. i, i in iiw i - The United States is the greatest productive nation on the globe. She lacks nothing bat manhood. Shame on the man who thinks that we most bend to the dictation of any earthly power! Mr. McDanikl, a leading merchant in Commerce, Hunt county, Texas, who voted for Cleveland and the entire demo- cratic ticket in the last election By noticing the date jast ^ag aDnounce(j himself as a opposite your name on the fun Hedged populist in a big SISOjOO &n.m • •••••••• tA7 VU 12.00 7 centa per line foi bltuari...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 August 1893

U. Sw Gov't Report * Rawder ABSOUHELY PURE Railway Little Anna Dowell, who was accidently shot some time sgo, Is now suffering most severely from the wound. An abcess had formed which was lanced a few days ago. She is better now. North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. • M • 3 • 10:58 a. m* at u a | M •ft Sooth M S M ftft a w i m M u 44 14 14 8:15 p. m. 8:14 a. m. 6:06 p.m. 9:28 p. m. 10:40 a m 6:30 p. m. LOCAL HEWS. Jade P. B. Muse was in the city last Sunday. Bead the looai interviews on ike president's message. Mr. H. Graves has been ap- pointed postmaster at Melissa. ^ ^ Capt. W. H. Love took his steam plow to his farm last Moaiay. Mr, John Caruthers, of Boli- var, Tenn., is in tbe city visit- iic relatives. J. B. Ashley, an attorney, from Scottsboro, Ala., is in the city with a view of locating here. We trust that he will conclude to become a citizen of this place. Welcome to him. Mr. W. T. N. Smith, of near Sulphur Springs, is prospect ing in Collin county for a black land farm. Also...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 August 1893

•* T — . What is OR ! have closed. Oood rains hare fallen in north and it Texas. Forged railroad tickets are scattered e no] /- - * •• Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher*! prescription for Infanta [Children. It contains n Itlicr Opium, Morphine nor Narcotic aulwtauoe. It is a harm leap sutatitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrupa, and Ca4w OIL It la Pleasant. Its guarantee la thirty years* use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. MD ir«n tochiklrvr UMt } Castoria <-urw Cutic. Cunst-patiou, Smr StomiuJ*, [ttaiTh'M. Knictation. Kilt* W'irnuv ri*fs rfeep, and promotes di pwstiou. Without injurious medication. " r<ir nm\ «sl j *r-i I have : ■ -cemrnmArd .11* 'Cri-tor!*.* n.rwl -^alln" vay* >ntlSBe to it invariaUy |ir «iuivd 1 • neficial r.-sulta.*' Lttvis F. Fajrl>es. M. l ., l rah Mr-.—t aud Ttu Ave., N«-h York City. it ax "'iperiar toaay jireacripCK-n teMr " 11. A. ARi-m M. T> ., Ml Sow Oxford Si.. Br.^kir«. -v V. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 August 1893

_. ITMTBTi H ^ r ri • •** - /;f 2;^ : Ay>4;- fef§ 9 >T. •rooms Omnty VOL. 10 * M'KINNEY, TEXAS. ItCUtl MAIL SDAY, AUGUST 24. 1893. "•«#< m> r IAB8TBAC*"B< LT? -" i 1 MY GRCCE I £ O!! 10 KS&. jfr -. .. JS * — and it does ju^t wljat he claims for A. — • •#•• ——— A<,k your Grocer for it, apd insist on having it. THE BEST SOAP MADE TOR ALL HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. MADE ONLY BY N.KTA1RBANK & CQ Sr.Louis. trial system is honey combed with interest bearing obliga- tions and universal repudiation, foreclosure and bankruptcy is imminent unless relief can soon be obtained. The system of finance known | as the national banks was ad-! these things, and If Is to we appeal to lay aside feeling save that of our mon country and join us tB earnest effort to right evils. For twenty fire years izations of laborers re A 8*7 Cremated. Dangebfield, Morris Co., Tex., Aug. 18.—Two little sons of H. L. Law ton of this plaoe were playing in his barn today and it is supposed they had matc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 August 1893

36£ - r-m - ■*« IBB MOT* R Robinson d J.jp. Wor following, whic Q wao adapted Hon. H. f*. F.Aihby; Your committee \ our committee 01 resoiu- V1 WB , < , Meet at Waco and Hold tion, beg leave to report the'tunning from the lakes \ AUGUST 84,1893. *f o fU >•••••« •law 1.00 75 40 • ••••••«• 1 .$180.00 . 80.00 . 1*40 the Most Successful Convention With- in its History. ivhere nuekt is wives an ova tion. and ! following as a substitute for all Mississippi valley west and iMSAintiAna nnuutntAd to vour over the Kockies show a reduc- tion in each liae of from one to ten thousand dollars each day. resolutions presented to yourj committee. Whereas: The national and istaiA olatform of the peopled ; party setforth fully the politi oal principle in whiviih reform era of every section of our been ion, J. 3. Gage lion working n en Mid employ- republican pari H th« «*• have been turned off i* the leadership of Joh last tuefciii, a® aspen been W sion ot business and scarcity of money. T*e fall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 August 1893

^ w wa^w ww w v vwvw Baking ft>wder ABSOUmYPURB Mi Trxas Csatral Railway Going North, No. IS Arrives 5:21 s. m. «• •*«.§•. Hh5S a. m* u It •• Arrives, 1 44 8:15 p. m. S M 8:14 ft. m. " 4 M 6KJep.ni. 44 14 u 9:38 p. m. LIm Railroad. 10:40 s m (5;30 p. m. - • • • • • R. L. Parker is confined al home with a carbuncle on the knee. a m Mr. Austin Crouch will be ordained to the fall work of the ministry next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, at th Opera house—Presbytery call- ed by the first Baptist church of this city and be com- posed of Dr. A. E. Baten of Fort Worth and Revs. Harris and Sterrett of McKinney. ^ ^ M. B. Rexrode has on exhi- bition a Packard organ, which for durab;lity, completeness and finish is far ahead of any- thing we have seen. Lovers of musical instruments should not fail to see this unique one. His entire stock of organs and LOCAL I Cotton picking is in progress. Dr. H. L. Pearson has re- tutid from Chicago. We regret to learn that E, M. Board is very sick. The vio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 August 1893

& CASTOR IA Pitcher** presc ription for Iafcnti neither Opinm, Morphine nor c luNanee. it is a harnlew gubititute Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Castoria is the Children's Castoria. d t« > chiklrvn thai 1 it an suprtior to any ptvsrrivtiou Mm." R. A. Aacmta. M. D., til So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. X. Y. I MP of ' Chafema i* au uainiai ar:>l rn that it swnw a work _ i to eculorse li. tVw are th - [ luiilirn irti n do nut k^-p Castoria ~H, IK L>., New York Cit}. | Castoria cures Colic. Constipation, j S. ur Stomach, t iarrh.i*a. Eructation, kilb Wonns, (fives shwj\ and promote# d* eertioo. Without injurious rm-dicati-.u. " For kwnil yt*r: I h w r ^x>mnaendec your ' (hiKoria/ and shall olira; s continue tc d .:« a-: it hnn invariably pr-luc-d b-m-fieial r'sulU." _ L-jwu; F. Fit-'C, M. ir.th Stre t and Tth A*e.. York Htr. Tn CDRAfR OlWlXT, «7 Mbhui Stbi York Cm KcXinney. Collin County Texas. JL Select Boarding at ml Day School ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 August 1893

me |S n l^w THE DEMOCRAT. of Collia Comity ■ IW I C ;3 . "TTHt I MeOWeUM MAIL MATTKII- VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, ' ■ ►DAY. AUGUST 31. 1893. WILLIAM TELL \our /Softer TO 'J,S£ NO OTHER SOAF FOR LAUNPRY - AH£> HOUSEHOLP PURPOSES. THAN tiiMtUMiTLift. New York, Aug. 34.—The fishing schooners Empire State with a crew of ten men and the Ella M. Johnson with a crew of eight men went down about midnight last night off Manas quan on the Jersny coast and all on board were lost. WASH JOKES TALKS. He Gives His Views on Finanoea. Outlines What They Should Be. CLEYELAUD. m a mountain summit, bleak sad bars, beneath tta many wintered uu ISftUT SUPERIOR TO ANYOTNER IN THE MARKET AHP IS MAPt ONLY BY NKFA1RBAN K&CO. ST. LOUIS. Bastop, Tex., Aug. 23.—1 reporter called on Cold Wash Jorums and interview i him on the financial quest C pt. Berry an ! Mate Fran- witU the Miow iug result: cis of the schooner Chocora j *ij)0 j(rtl believe in blirn were swept overboard and lost. - •>" The steamer Eep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 August 1893

■ IRAT. PUBLISHED If F. & Tloapsso. AY.AUGU8T 31,1893. Anti silver a^voctiM point jo E igUn i as a gold C*sis country. Yes, and it ii I England where labor grove! in the dust of despair. Yo 41 hones i" dollar has played sheol in that country. & n AWED BY POWER, INFLUENCED BY PATRONAGE," ••«•* The "cowardly makeshift • ! of a republican congress, was. *76 i repealed iu the lower house of congress by a vote of 132 dem- acrats and 103 republicans. lyear f 130.00 1 year SO.OO column 12JOO flees, 7 cents per line fci Ob!tuarie« of more 10 liass will N charged for at our tswlll be charged for In to the above. x. Proprietor, Tiik lower house of congress should pass a resolution, before it adjourns, to read like this : ' It is the sense of this august body *hat three-fourths of the people of the United States are d—n fools." A resolution of this kind would seem to be McKlpB*T- Te,<* consistent. A Democratic House Turns its Baok on the Metal and Discriminates in Favor of Gold. Sil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 August 1893

BiSv fonder ABSOU/TEOf PURE mi Trass Csitral Railway Arrl North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. 10:59 a. m* 8:15 p. tn. 8:14 a. m. tWlC p.m. 9:'J8 p. m. LiM Railroad. lOWO a m ................ C.,30 p. tu. • j M t. u I 44 Boat* " 3 " .4 U | u It 44 14 <4 TbsR. Ram bo saloon on the north side has vacated. lira. F. M. Thompson return- ed last Thursday from Missou- ri. Gabe iieck was in the cit j ibis week, mingling witli old friends. Misses Lou and Drue I3og- gen, of Piano, are visiting relatives in McKiooey. The report haa reached us that Geo. Woods has a 15 pound boy at his house. Rev. A. E. Baten, of Fort Worth, preached at the Opera house last Sunday and Sunday night. Clint Thompson has returned from Missouri. He reports having had a most pleasaut visit. — m — The wonderful cures of thousands of people—they tell (hestory of the merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Hood's cures. Capt. R. M. Bor.id sa\s that he will bey cotton, and will see that the farmers gets the top price for the fleecy ...

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