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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 31 August 1893

What is I - I CASTOR IA is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infknts hildren. It contains neither Opinm, Morphine nor Harcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute fbr Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by IffflUfw of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. ilino well adapted to children that | it am superior to any pmn-riptkm bo me." H. A. Akchkh. M. 1 .. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. X. Y. Cantoris cures Colic, Oaartipatioo, Sour Stomach, UUrrhtPa. Eructatioa, Kills Worms. iciws **"9, and promote* di pesticm. Without injurious medication. me of 'Castoria is so unmTsai and I n> well known that it se-'ms a work i to endorse it. Ft w are the i families who do not krep Cast ria r reach.'? Caslos Haarrs, I>. r „ Nrw York Cltj. "For several years I bare rv-."<mmendec your TaM< na,' and t-hall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial r, •s...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 September 1893

y- ." iiH mm i m &T- wm P .... W •VBIOB1 OORAT. Couty SaVCaCSATTlIC VOL. 10 iTKINNEY, TEXAS, T lY. SEPTEMBER «. 1893. i V "I SAY! BUY A CAKE OF clairette soap and thank me for calling your atteijHoq to H.u MANUFACTURED •ONLY BY N. KfAlRBAN K&Ca% Louis Fesrffcl M, | Augusta, Gi., 31.—A special to The Chronicle from Ye mas see, near Port Royal, 8 C. says: Facte are worse than minors. Six hundred dead and $2,000,- 000 loss on property tells the story of the cyclone. No par ticnlars yet. arly a ThMiaa4. Charleston, S. C., Sept. 2.— The News and Courier has made a careful investigation of affairs on the coast of Carolina and finds its reports* not exag- gerated. The loss of life will aggregate 800 In Beaufort county between Charleston and Savannah the storm swept away most of the homes and growing crops, leaving the people desti- „ . . tute. The loss of lifeaud prop lYTBaUX. j Mhth t n , . k The Storm Along the Atlantic *rty *** greatest on St. Helena, a.■.and7:30p.m. Rev. J H Wo...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 September 1893

IW*i. :^T [OCRAT pat two or three bushels o ?er dollars in a stove and gan beating them. Whs jhaky depositor presented his check the cashier would ladle out the money in hot silver. Of course,the depositor howled, 1 but (he cashier would simply $l«0O smile, tell him they were mak- 1.UO ing tliH money as fast as pos .7, 1803. paper issued under proper tions and redeemable in labor e issuing#. Money at best but a token that thscivilized pie of the world agree ihey take in settlement of balances. Buying and selling is only ir&ulDj^ Bi U81f BuU is the token given by the Ifj ssible and if he couldn't wait jdebtor in a trade to until it got cool, he would have;*1*8 creditor^ which be agrees The scheme to '©deem in some future trade. to take it hot. 1 je*r fiso.oo j was a bold one but the banker Jjj oo1 succeeded. — RilLboro Regis- UITn"«nti per line foi ter. Obituaries of more will bt charged for at oar will be charged for in to the above. ALL IS PUT MONEY. A Texan Banker on Finance. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 September 1893

■~yz '4 Mer ABSOU/IEiy PURE I Texas Caatral Railway Tiae Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5.21 a. m. * ♦ *• s " 1S-.59 a. m* i «• *!** 8:15 p. m. SOBtk u 3 M 8:14 a.m. i •* w 4 « fi:OG p.m. .4 44 44 14 4 9:2S p. m. Line Railroad. 10:40 a m .•*•...• •••••• €.30p. m. i A local option election in the Allen school district last Wednesday, resulted in favor of local option by 45 majority. Sol Fi'.zhngh is the recipient of a handsome present consist of a watch chain, given him by his better half. Dick Howard also presented him with a beantiful charm. The Collin County Grocery Store is receiving a big supply of fresh staples and fancy gro ceries for the fall trade. Mr. Geo. Murphy was in the city this week. Piof. J. H." Hill" of Celi na, in the city last week. Cotton is steadily advancing In price. There it decidedly a short crop, which, together with the storm ravages on the southern coast will certainly insure a continued advance in the price of the fleecy staple. • a m •• Charged with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 September 1893

What is CASTOR IA Ckatoria Is Dr. Samod Pitcher's prescription for InAuits Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor 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 ot Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. SILVER KILLED. Only Castoria. rt M adapted to children that It aa superior to any pree mption to me." H. A AaiUKH. M. D.. Ill 80. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N Y. Castoria. CMtorik cure* Colic, Constipation, Sour SU>raai-ti. Iharrhea, Eructation, Kills .V.vrms, pives sleep, and promotes d* gwittou. Wit Jiout injurious medication. law by Qel Silver Money. On Monday last the House of Representatives voted on the silver question. By a majority of 139 the Wilson Bill was passed. This aet provides for the uncondi- tional repeal of the Sherman law,—the only law we now haye which allowed any money based upon 6ilver. In other words, Cleveland or...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 September 1893

irat. paper of Collin CoontT CNTKRCO ATTHC WITOfWM AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTtR- VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1893. LHK&XXES& m k*m I ^ ekis ■: • ■ % L * fi\ V ft '\ac- _ v Jlf r ffP IS • V"^ J 4. 7 L Owes!tsrpputanon and SUCCESS TO if3 OWN MERITS. IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATFlUND FOR RAPID Cleansing Rows;? has no equal. IT IS INVALUABLE IN i\lTCHEN & LAUNDRY. Sold by all grocers. N'KFAIRBANK &C0* ST. LOUIS. of democratic senators will perous existence, and which vote against it. Of the three they must indorse by vote and populist* senators all will ?ote speech or be swept away by for it. political destruction. In Was!** The republican party outside j ington now, go powerful is 1 ofMhe silver producing states this force in their rear, they is for the single gold standard, prefer the enmity of the presi- This is of their own free , 'lent to the consuming anger of choice. There is no national i their constituents. This is administration to buy its con r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 September 1893

m EDITED AUD PUBLISHED If F.i THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1893. Ki OMl «• •1«0O 1.UU 75 40 One column 1 year $150.00 Half column 1 Jeer 80.00 1-inch single column 13.00 Local ictieei, 7 cents per line foi enck insertion. Obituaries of more Una 10 lines will be charged for nl our All eontmcts will be charged for in proportion to the above. F. c. thompson, Proprietor, McKlnnev. Teaes IMPORTANT NOTICE. Those who owe us on sub- Anothek girl baby was bom onto president Cleveland and lady at 12 o'clock last Satur- day. Mr. Cleveland showed signs of disappointment be- cause it failed to be a boy. tiik scenes on the borders of the Cherokee Strip is beyond description. Thousands upon thousands are gathered, ready to make the race for location in th* "promised land.*' Satnr day at noon the run will be made. Bkn Tkrkrll is taking time by the forelock and is down in Crain's district organizing usil ver clubs." Crain's district always was very close and his vote against silver settles his hash. Watch it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 September 1893

mw ofall In LcafeiiiiigPowct.il Lllilt U. S. Gov't Report Baking •%£s Bmder ABfiGUUTEUr PURE s9 ni Texas Oiitral Killwiy Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. u u South 44 •> 44 4* 44 44 3 1 2 4 14 44 44 44 10:59 a. m* 8:15 p. m 8:1-1 a. m. 6:06 p.m. 9:38 p. m. 10:40 a m C;3U p. m. LOCAL NEWS. A. F. Beaver take* The Dim OCRAT. E. M. Board made a trip to Parker this week. Hob. J. L. Doggttt left for Chicago thia week, T. P. Mantgomery, of Pallid. in the city this week. Tom Andrews and lady lefr for a visit to Austin last Tues day. The Nickel store continues to do business on a reasonable profit Last week Cheatham Hub bard bad bis arm mangled in a gin at Weeton. Irvin Ferguson left for Fort Worth to attend the Polytech- nic school. Prof. W. M. Everett (col.) eaye that he cannot do without Thk Democrat. Mr. H L. Sides of Midway received injuries recently by a log falling on his legs. The farmers are bringing their cotton seed on the market bat are alow about marketing tha fleecy st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 September 1893

am • • • Si..:* ■■' :*■ « >nre Ml *# i -if rk on Cleveland. ■y' «S A _ _ Speaking f! Nvp tli* woll known aaf« 180rt of * ^mocrat,;self,individually,as Kj. a ye, tne wen Known saie I don't like a dem- a private In the for my drummer. He likes his fan and is bonnd to have it, even at the sacrifice of ibat great carding virtue, troth. A few weeks ago Nye was in Fort on ocrat when he is ranks of our great bigger than his army. wish here to party. In the hour reaffirm in the most of victory snubbed solemn manner nay Its sages and lead- loyalty to the great is Dr. Hsurael Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. li is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops Booth ins Syruys. aud Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its gnarantee is thirty yrurj.' iwe by Jlillions of Mothers. Caatoria is tho Children's I'mr.eeu —the Mother's Fr|end. People Be D-D.H Mr. Shermai^fegard for hie coD8titosDt6 Is about equal to Cleveland's re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 September 1893

FTT Yv J_ ilLi Tha loadltg pap«r of €o1Hb Coanty Guthrie, Ok. T.. —The Cherokee strip more, the greatest body Mmmtsi ■ • • ' v: I AY. SEPTEMBER 81.1893; Your next weeks washing 4 . ,■ >i/ J Soap Drill look whiter, will be clever and will be dene with less i&bor if Clairette is usadl. The clothes will Smeil svvcaie-rand will last lontyer. CLAIRETTE SOAP «s pure, it cleans but dees not injure t-he- fftbric. It does t\at roughen or chap t~he« pillion* m It. So You, f - N.K. FAIR BANK KCO, MTrs. ST. LOUIS. ous points or scattered along the border line, will be up and stirring long before the sun's appearance, making the final ble public domain preparations for the great rnsh upon the continent. It for homes. been peopled in a day. A Pew people will sleep upon dred thousand people, the line to night, s*nd few even . morning were wanderers lav down to rest, for as the ! face of ihe earth, tool, long looked for time of starting j homes A score of cit draws near the pent up strain ep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 September 1893

, V ■•" l.UO 7« I* ' • ,' We know of a paper pot a thousand miles from hero clips specials from the papers and publishes them original. Even editorials ait used without credit. Gov. Hogg recently express- ed himself on national issues 31,50 as follows: " (>): &c —, Dodgeb Queer Mills made %£peech in the Uoited States seiate lajft Tuesday. Ia refer- ence to the clo^if of his speech## clip fro* thajeport the following "In conclusion Mr. Mills said he would vote to repeal the Sherman law and against ev- ery amendment which the inge nuity of the human mind could By Galling!" t conceive. No amendment could Clarksville Democrat. ^ offered to the bill except M fisT be a gold bug. Silence' one, which impeached the good $150.00 golden, you know.—Terrell; faith of the president, and that I JV Ol •••••••••••••« •w*,'v«vv ' T1 lfrear .00 Reporter. he did not intend to do. He i was a free coinage man, a bi Temperanca Instruction. In a previous issue refereaoe to text book* fcatlBR been or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 September 1893

.*nss (bwder absouneor pure Oiitnl lailwij TaMe. North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. in. ** *• 3 ** 10:39 a. ur u *4 | u 8:13 p. m Santh 44 * " 8:14 a. no. •* 4* 4 44 o.-oc p.m. 44 44 X4 44 9:28 p. m. Line Railroad. 10:40 a m AnHM . . . €;30 p. m. t; it LOCAL NEWS. The Birglar on the 21Hh. p y Thk Dkmochat and will pay yon. Mr. A. Bullock was in the city this week. Mr. R. M. Dement came from Bowie this week. in Prof. C. F. Trotter arrived in the city latt Saturday from Missouri. Mr. Trotter says Texas is a fayored country as compared with the condi- tions elsewhere. The profes- sor is an able teacher and bis stay here will be governed by his success in obtaining a posi- tion. Burglar comedy drama 29th. m Our youog friend, W. H Waterman, is now in the em ploy of Mr. Howard Keys, pro- prietor of the Metropolitan dry goods and clothing Loose, on the north side of the square. Mr, Waterman has served for several years as a dry goods and clothing clerk. He is hon est, energetic an l polite. His...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 21 September 1893

!TPOn*hat is n 1 ia Dr. flimirl Pitcher'* prescription for Infants CMldrea. It eon tains neither Opium, Morphine nor ether Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for PW,orfc Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by ons of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea IT* Castoria. Castoria. fl • ''Caetorla iinr well ailajHed toehildren that Ca«torl cores O ■lie. ('• n.«t1p&tk>n, I reeouuaend it a superior many pr^ nf-tini. Sour Stomach, I>uurh«Rtv. Eructation, I.ills Worms, <iv -s sleep, anil jjrvT.tolas vJU Vith.i'it injurkwt mniimUin. known to me." H. A. Aacara, M ! .. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N "Tfcewof ' Castoria" is universal an.i its n «-ritaso well km>*n thut it «•-tk h w« rk ••f SUperen>|fJUlull t«> t5«l< rsf it. Few are t:,- intefllpent families who d«> i « t (Vt^ru Jmw, D. D., X-w York GR) . "For friml >«ar* 1 l^ave -foam«(lfo • . ;r *(':u«■-.ia. -Ial -iiai! always continue tc ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 September 1893

.* Wi '■3 ,r- B - 1 " 3 E3? 'Mi £fc. " .%* ATTN CI euu isjul m .; • 'it? .. ; «• < = z Vi STKINNEY, TEXAS. Tjir iAY. SEPTEMBER 88.1898. 3K* > * '•> ¥ jb.4 WASH THEIR CLOTHES WITH CLAIR TTE SOAP Tlfate whc(£ t^y jet MADE ONLY BY RKfAIRBANK&COi their style Sr. Louis. His Train was Wreck- ed and Passengers Killed. = Although Mortally Injured He Worked as Men Seldom Work for Others. An Ocean Bide. [tjcxa8 fabmek.] San Joee, Cal.—To tbe ner: I spent Sand ay July 1< very quietly. About 6 o'cli we went down to the wharf aboard tbe oc an steamer ' State of California. Ijt ism 1 of tha largest steamers thi wakes the rin from Portland i San Francisco. All was m Ex Senator Ingalls does not to remain a statesman t of a job any longer than be can help. He is again in the field, and this time he is preaching a very fair artiele of socialism. In one of his late speeches he said: * ^Civil- isation has no paradox so mys terious as tbe existence of hun- when ther* is an excess of food...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 September 1893

TI I ! ■■* SEPT. 88, 1893: apt. W. L. Malo: til chief of Ad Fort Gazette died lsst Sunday. In death of Bro. Malone Port rib loses one of her moat St 9U0 1MO 75 to J a ••••••<*• • ##•••••••••••• $100.00 80X0 1*40 U per Hoe fo> UM «| Bon will be ehvgcd for at our "nea^utiwlll be charged for la ebove. f. C. Tne«MO*, Proprietor, MeKlBoef. Texe# 'Investigate 'till things plate Truth makes all Then speak it boldly; Truth loves fair dealing." Dkitb oat thepistol "toter." to the midat of superfluity men starve for want of bread. Government ownership of nulfoida asems to be gaining «"onnd' • Tot plug hat brigade who are feasting in the pnblic crib .affects to despise "paternal* ism." ______ Thus will be peace in the Texas democracy when the lamb lays down inside of the lion. Th* populists of Texas can congratolate themselves on the fact that Bill Shaw of Dallas is "agin" 'em. enterprising citizens. He in deep sympathy with the masses. Doty always found him at its post. In memory'^ cask...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 September 1893

ravier a ABSOWTEiy PURE Mi Tnai Onkral Rallwtj Going North, No. 13 Arrive* 5:31 a. m. u m | • 10:5111. m* 8:15 p. m 8:14 a. m. 6:06 p.m. a « 1 " 3 M 4 44 4« 44 it 14 ARli >••••< 9:38 p. m. 10:10 a m G;30 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. The Burglar on the 29th. Bob Willis it visiting at Pa- dnca, Kootocky. ■■ i — ** Bob Parker, of Sherman, was in the city last Sunday. m m Walter Muse, of Dallas, paid McKinney a visit last Sunday. There has been about 2600 bales of cotton received in Mc- Kinney to date. The telephone office has been nicely repapered and fitted up by G. L. O Tucker. ■ has its Rev. A. E. Bateu, formerly of Fort Worth bnt now Pastor of the McKinney Baptist chnrch, will preach at Heard's Opera House Saturday 11 o,clock am. Barlow Bros. Oct. 5th. on Thursday Mrs, Bettie Douglass return- Clint Thompson Acted as Dade ed home from near Sulphur Gang. Springs this week, accompanied ~~ by her sister, Mrp. Sallie Smith. Judge Page, Dr. J. A. Cald well. Bob Love, Ed Newsome The holiness p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 September 1893

•. • • . - ^ . fe%- Sri CASTOR IA Pitcher* Ruscription for Intents itainJ aetther Opium, KorphiM nor substance. It* is a harmless substitute ffrr Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. II Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Castoria is the Children's Panacea SUNFtloW Castoria. weii aSapSld tochiklien that i superior to any prna«-ription H. A. AJM-HK*, M. I>., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N. Y. Caitorfa carat Outts, Ongnprittoa, F hit Dio-Tiiosi, Eructation, Kiib VTurnti. girt* sleep, tad j rciaotoa di geatioa, VTitiout injurious medication. i of 'Coftorla' is so unirerml and wt il Lnr wn tint it i^ns a work of superertigalkia to taJorae it. Pear aw tUo tstefllgect fNnilit*. who do net Oa«<w a • r arh." Cjuoi 2Lurrr*, P. P., Sew York City. c I "For mrr*r%\ years I h?..-e n>oorrjner,d«H. y mr Taaoria,' and shiui al'ray« onntiauo tc dittos it b^3 Invariably practiced beneficial results." Tvv.r. F PiBSR. M. !>., ! th Sin*-: i_n«l 7th Arc.. N -v Y ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 28 September 1893

I k tmmAm B mSSSSSd J I ' MiinittT BUB*!*'.!! ■K ✓ The Democrat Supplement MiKIXNKY. COLLIN OWL NTV. TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, !«.«. PAINLESS Will \V«- II ;i\ i II arniHin No Chlorofr Bio Pain No Ether. No Danger, No Gas, No Bad Effects Tl.- following interview* were Hipp*- ! from ! *i — I al!a- N e w s. C!IUHM\N M \ < K t 1 ( • I. I . I N M - K ! \ \ k >. t '• i: i n C > . 1 .Y H t' Mark. • h i i nil t ii t tie ' l!lu ri u av ;i • •. ♦ e coiniiiiUMf of the C a ■ k de morracv . in uth^r o j i-*< !ion* s id '1 tav r a nnion of all true «l«-iu<K raf•«. wli-th-i the\ ar- o*" h- II _tj. <' i' k r oilier faction*. not v !•> get T lie i ♦ ill < • **- , I Ml" r i pr - *e j- ve r 11*-* {'fiii1 p'h-« if pure t r v an* 1 ii '>• 1 m m 'u- u' I her~ c;KI t«<~* I' ; * < '!'•* ? i - - <t Crown and Bridge Work.' Gold and Allov and Plastic I:illini s ASll pn uu Teeth Filled wi <o;it Pain Tee vi po*i i •~!y -xfr:irv 1 wirhnnf pain My method of •- xrru<'ti c fee }...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 October 1893

*Wmid youJcuovw- wiry wiih pleasure r'•nkaamf Out Ser/ar\ts H«?er grumMo, | (surfaces so beam? %. Our life \ is a >\ [CLAIR iBTTTli HI 1 «u£ £ }.4S£S: i,w4Jfai'./ 0laSrn jjrvv - •• ■* (CLAIR ETTEJ AtJbB 1ft file cause of our bliss; all sorts of cleaning It ne'er comes anpas. TOdb SOAP NJCFairbank & Ca St. Lorn CUUftCU DIieCTORY. THE PRICE OF WHEAT. CCXSKKUND IYTXRUN. "Tit* StnrlfM HWT StbHth at 11 oVlook a. m. sad 730 p. a. Rev. J II Woffml, filter. Stbbtth school every Ssbbai li alt^Oa. m. superintend- ISt FUiBTTUtlA*9« StrvlcM every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7300 a. m.. Rev.«. A. Kus- Sall psitor. Sabbath school every Sab- bath at 9JO a. n. Praver meeting night at 7:30. rSODBT. Sabbath at 11 o'clock 7:I§ p~. m.. Rev. Fledgerpas- ter. Sabbath school every Sabbath at *45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- aasday night at 7:. 0. cnmut. Preaehin* every Sabbath morning at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Elder 1 pastor. Sunday school every Sahbsth j ta t:30 a. in. P. Harrii. superinte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 October 1893

JfJ. *- E;*'1 -V*' V:* \ r- «•• -S ■ tii>m T ; <-• f. "i">L pJ -• lyF.tllMpNi. JU. THUR8DAY, OCT. 6, 1893. r. i^o 1 iO^ )•••••••«•••*• 40 PS . > 1 year $150.00 Bitfttduu I year 80.00 >• #•••••••••. 7 MBit Ml BM fttf OMturiM of MUaaivillk charged for at <J All iw II > fiti will be charged Dor In I. o. Thompson, Proprietor, mcKUipot, tcxcs Pleaee pay ua thia month. We need the money. The Democrat. Tn system thai force* American people lo seek tot- eiqjn capital is a rotten system. Uncle Sam should famish mon- ey sufficient to represent Amer- ican values. The lower House is trying hard to get op an excitement over the 'federal election WH. "The people must be fooled once more/' and it seems that the "bloody shirt1- racket will be worked again. Stop the free coinage af nui- ""who would be free strike the blow." must Scarce money means usury and usury means slavery. Ex-Governor Ireland comes out against the white metal. Senator Stewart tried to "talk the d—n rascals ...

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