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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 October 1893

•t- ? •SA V * • .: • :« *a *- S.Gor'tlteperi bflv Powder ABSOLUTE!* PURE Qeta* North, No. 13 Arrives 5:1! a. m. •• •• 3 •• 10:58 a. or Soetfc 4* •• 1 9 4 14 M 8:13 p. m. 8:14 a. m. 6:06 p.a . MB p. m. . 10:40 a m 6;30 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. Dr. A. T. Bryant left last Tuesday for Memphis, Tenn., te attend the Memphis Medical College. Tub Democrat wish es for him a profitable and pleasant stay in that city. The Miusirels to-night. ^ • — What is the matter with oar correspondents? We do not hear from them often. y*s Dallas News D. 0. Barus,of Wylie, had mysteriously dis- appeared. Ha left Wylie on last Thursday, in a buggy, ac- companied by another gentle- man. They landed in Terrell, at which place Barns left his companion, and has not been heard of sinoe, He is a well to do business man of Wylie, has a family and is aboal 26 years old. Re?. H. K. Bronse has taken charge of St. Peters Parish (Episcopal), and will make his home among as. Services will be conducted regularly at the above nam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 October 1893

Ms ■ IpTr SmL * Jr JlSSi # .r fflSfp' *^fc* ■,.... - X jIL. r^ag.- > pc?: ^ MM smBE;.-? *•.•*£! .v. „,•...,• .. . ,.;," . . . • : " . ; ,*** - ,..' * - ~J -«te; T-£~. . .VS. .' -. £ ^ I - 'W11 . ' v 7 ^ r"> ' - * < '■ " " * ^ ^ ' Jfe^S v*^ : ;, -A 1 - • I mm I CASTOR Ifi ** A J.] JL STSATEMSNT INE*. U B ■ ■ ▼•1m oi Cradftu Upoa Wkick 3lV< n>ill In la Br. 0—\t<i PUchcr's prescription ftir Infirati atiW Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareatle Mhstance. ft Is n hariaikw substitute for Paffegttrft; Drops. Soothing Syrups, and Oastor OIL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by Millions of Motboaa. Castoria is the Children's Mother's Friend. 3?- "Caatorla isso weU i 1 rwconuiiend it as -«upmur 1 known to rue." II -V. AROn, 91- D, 111 So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, X. Y. •♦^ke use of '(Sstora- te *> nnhrersal and ir.s anafe* *> well known that it aeems a work of jgparevogatioa to eodorae it. Few are the int-I?te*T.t who do not ke-p ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 October 1893

■S ■ CnTtRCO ATTHBI irorrtec m ueoweun mail ■attbii- fjfc lt VOL. 10 *Would you know wiry wit)) pleasure Our faces so beam? Onr&mfents itfer grumble. dream. ! (clair ffi /y v. F/J /,- - . - v £ - / > \ V • - i ;-/ F-rrE ■r. Mtils* Silver Speech is 1*8«. Mr. Mills' Silver Speech la ISM. :*J> Isibe cause of cur bibs; R>r all sorts of cleaning it ncer. comes anpss. Mm* Only by AIRBANK 3tCo St.. Loots. M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1893. PUBLIC OFFICE IS A public TRUST THE TWO MILLS*. The Van Alen case in a nut- shell is that VaoAlen is nobody bat a millionaire and a son-in- law of the Astor family; that he is merely a summer resident of the United States; that he contributed a vary large sum of money to the Cleveland cam mourning paisn fund, and that be has would, li t*" ... il e soft, sweet fa^go! f • j . u a # I notes of the siren as she sings They ai J,; appointed Ambassador of from vau!(8 0f national am very fond. "ftey have been the American people to Italy. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 October 1893

• «. *■ Kg - _ n ^-r 5?3g aflEfegpr Y. OCT. 12,1893 81.SO BtllMtuu 1 year $150.00 80.00 li M 7 cents per line fo Obit eerie* of more for at our Why Is love Mid to poverty ? It !• its StlDg. ■ A newspaper man sues the Dal —Gal. News for $60,000 damage of character! Why did not the Texas dal- lies print the speech made by the eloquent Bryan before the Nebraska democratic state convention? "Tarn on the Cal- cium r "I want to Promise You that I Will go Out And Serve my Country and my God Under Some Other Name, if I go Alone.'* Sells Brothers' circus was NUtasded by 19000 people, ce, at Po*t W Many oonld nol be accommo- dated with seats, sad ticket sellers bad to close down. of her teachers from aaperin teadeut 10 They are p All eoatrote win be charged for In to the above. V. C. Th©*p90x, Proprietor, MeKlnnev. Texee Please pay us thie -i- - ' ~ # Thk many warm expressions in tbe press columns of Texas PUBLIC SCHOOL. A T> - mocrat Reporter visits the Various departtiienu of the Citv Fn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 October 1893

Er Baking rawer ABSOU/TEUT PURE Mr. C. A. Bolton of Fanners ville called in to see ns Tues- day last. aat Trass Oaatrtl Railway Goiof North, No. 13 Arritei 3:21 ft. m. • •* *• 3 •• 10:58 a. m* . • m i « f .is p. m. «* South " 2 u 8:14 ft m. i •* * 4 m 6:06 p. in. •a m *4 14 •• 9:18 p. m. Line Railroad. 1W0 ft ® Atrtvitfc.30 p. h®. LOCAL NEWS. The marshal has been killing stray dona this week. George Wilcox was in Dallas last Monday on business. - ■ ■ ■ ^ — fir. Toil Andrews and lady left for Chicago yesterday. A few evenings ago oftAT reporter noticed a loud talk n^ drank man on the east 4ide of the fqnare. A lady •*ame along ai d upon noticing ner the drunk man immediate* ly hushed and tiied to hide. Woman's influence? Heaven bless her! Even a druak man is silenced and made to respect her presence. C, A. McMeans will speak at Josephine on the night of the 17 inst. There is more cotton on the square to-day than has been here at any one day this fall. We are sorry to chronicle the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 October 1893

•v i7n?ii nH M * .•n^y :- :&> a . aSSi* What m\ CASTOR IA is Pr. Banael Pitched prescription for Influito and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Tt is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is rinwnt Its guarantee is thirty years* use by lgymyw ©f Mothers. Castorla is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Cagtoria. Castoria. . w * adapts tochiktren that J Caatoria cun* CuBi% Constipation, IK MHprriar to an* iirwhstlon | 8- -ur Stomach, Diarrh®a. Knictation, i to em." H. A. Aaraea. M. I>.. Kilk Worms, gives *w>. *a l promotes d* J11 So. O*ford St., Brooklyn. N. Y. | jr-stion, •" Without injurious uwlicatioQ. ** The uae of 'Cai(l« ria* U *> universal and He merits so weB known that It se- ms a work . "For several Tear- I have rtH^mmendec efanwrvroealkm to eehlorw it. l\«w an* the yottr OMtoria.' and shall alwaya coatinue to intelligent families who do n. t keep Castoria to M j£ has inva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 October 1893

!. - '- •■ t* yp*- * ^Se. - ?]S3E ;5 tt£ ^ .-f - . • >*** ■' dig Rr f ~ T&? m* : . - -- A TEXAS. Vt>L &.Z CMTKRCDATTHCI M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T: BEIW9. 1893. -.. *«*, . '• <> 3H a ifc- - fc' i . w LICK OBSERVATORY. A Democrat Reporter Vstts the Neighboring Planets and Forceti Her Sweet- Heart. OAP ^tJou'S Sax Jo>k. Cal.. Oct. 3. To Th* McKunrer D*moc*at. Who has not gaz*d into the unfathomable heavens and felt ihe magnitude of this great we begin, with him, the tour of the building. The whole building has two walls, the outer one of sheet-iron and the inner of bard wood; this we ! are told is to keep the temper- j for ature in the house the same as ! only i he On the fceck Island. ! K ISLAlfD R. R., ) Oc t. 12,1893. f t. Rock Island bound o, without a stop feed, wafer, and take on that are going our that out side. One conl 1 run all round tin building between *'ay |We Dave just stopped at the walls. 1 he inner bailding j & station that no one knows the: seem &l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 October 1893

It is said that Farmt-r Sal subscribers are making npj money to send him to an agri- ! cultural college. a r&ieg&iP: ACCESSION. ■m. ■ The democrats of Nebraska a vote of 4 to 1 adopted a platform containing the follow- Tiik real status of democra j„g hearty indorsement of Pres >AX OCT. 19, 1888 J cy in Nebraska may be judged dent Qie?eland : by the last election : We, the representatives of the ,, l Rihublu an, 85.213. (democratic partv in Nebraska t'oo! P"Pul 9t. Bj.250 in state convention assembled. —' Democratic, 24,493. 8end oo^tnUwions to oar € < 40 A decision of great interest to newspaper publishers ha* just been decided in a libel suit before the supreme court in California. A divorce case had been on trial before one of the courts aud the judge ordered that the testimony be tnken be tw.i i closed doors. Tiie San Jos.- Mercury, however, obtain- ed and printed the testimony, and the editor was promptly fined $100 for contempt of court v... wu >.v— — j l llrt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 October 1893

'A' f Mc«* U. & Gov*# Report. Baking Powder ABSOUiTEUf PURE :« set Tens I'^itrtl Railway Tine Table. North. No. 13 Arrive® 5:41 a. m. • • s •• 10:59 a. m* *• " 1 44 8:15 p. m Sooth 44 2 " 8:14 a m. •* ** 4 " OHJCp.m. « « 14 44 9:28 p. m. Line Railroad. Mr, F trm r«vf!le e*Hefi i ■> l** ' Vttcil iB to enew fo: the DeUl ocrat. Mr.« hapman Is one of oar earlie I ai d mutt honora- ble citizen*. He came to that community wten only one lit- t« si snty s*ood on the pres- ent site « f nourishing Farmers ville. He helped to cat out the road leading from there to Mc Kinney. Orand Jury. The following gentlemen Last Tues lay evening an unusna! smile was seen play ing ve> the countenance of T. M Wils >n. He gave The editor 'compose the grand jury for the of Tiik Dkmocrat an unusual October term of the district grasp of weco-D", and joy full \ court, of Collin county : exclaimed, "By 2 dly its a b >y 8. H. Fox, foreman ; B L ani weighs 11 pounds.** Last Friday morning Rogers, Robr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 October 1893

What is ■ PP w* 1 I THE KILLING OF KD MWttRT. ftrtniin is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infuto Children. It contains neither Opiuui, Morphine ner Harcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute itor Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by Minions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. hao well adapted to children that it aa superior to any pr***-ripti -n tome.*' H. A. Abthmu M. I „ 111 So. Oxford SI.. Brooklyn. N. Y. "The ua>o( ■ CjiKtoria' is an univ#-rwl ail its merits so well known that it septus a \n>rk at aupen rr gatkm t«> endorse it. K'*w arc th • , tmmttm vrfco do met kt^*p Cwtoria reach." Camjjm Mistt*, 1>. P., 5ew York C*v Ca* tori a cure* COlic. Constipation, Sour Stomach, I iarrh<ea. Eructation, Kilfci W« .mis, ipTes si.vp, an< pr< -mote* di pvation, Wiihout injurious iat*lication. "For sw-Teral ye^rs I have r ••^mnteiHlec your C'ast....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 October 1893

n. m MPS- iN| I' Us ' j£fc« i-W - ' *-'■ '; - - _ k' '."".;aEi*s J.p. . &*>* ,'r / M- & • :v' ;•. TEXA8J VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T jl# N A niSMAI, FAILURE. I NO COMPROMISE BILL INTRODUCEOj AS ANTICIPATED. re III meal l tfert or 9oft Wafer tt)is Soap world so veil, that Women want NO OTHER* CHURCH DIRECTORY. cumberland pse9 1ttmun. StrrlcM ererr Stbbatb at 11 oVlock ft. ■. tod 7:30 p. m. Rev. J il W.-ffurd, pastor. Sabbath school every Sahha h at 9:30 a. m. superintend- Mt. paawYTEHux. Services every Sabbath at II o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. G. A. Rua- mII pa it or. Sabbath school every Sab- hath at 9:30 a. jo. Prayer meeting a vary Wednesday night at 7:30. methodist. Sat vices even Sabnath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:15 p. m.. Rev. Kladger pas- tar. Sabbath school every Sabbath at I^Sa.a. Prayer meeting every Wed- nesday n gat at 7: 0. chrbtun'. Preaching every Sabbath morning at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Elder pastor, Sunday school every Sabbath ta t:30 a. m. "P. Har...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 October 1893

aw 1 year $150.00 I year « .(* column 12.00 7 eentf per lire ftw Obituaries of more trill be charged for at our will be charged for la to the above. W. C. Twmwox. Proprietor, McKinnev. Tpxp . • ' Please pay us this month. We need the money. The Democrat. Libsratk labor. Labor should l* ad. trading choice in the senate JobiiUher^ mail, of Ohio, to Peffer, the loog bearded populist of Kan But Senator Mills need* no leader. He is himself courageous leader and an able ife - Tiik executive committee the Texas Press associatio has set May 8th next as the time for convening the next session, at Fr. Worth. One of the sublime sights of ?hto age is the Miow wt o baa and patriotio statesman.—Phil only one pair of pants to his name, and that ragged and patched, ccnvudiiig for a mon ey that **il be good in 4kYur rup."—J*-fT-rson Jisaplecute. adelphia Record. Will you please uring off?" Bust the Filibuster. Repeal the Repealers. Th* •*backbone" of 6ome i*too stiff. Tfl* Dallas State Fair is a com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 October 1893

*i if! j - -jo I mdef ABSOLUTELY PURE ami Trm Ciitrtl Railway Going North, No. IS Arrives -V21 a. m. % • 3 •• 10:59 a. m* 8:15 p. ui 8:14 a m. p.m. 9:28 p. m. Line Railroad. • !> •■ •••«•• «.... 10*40 a m Arrive* C:3l) p. ro- u Sooth >4 U 1 • 2 " 4 m 14 u 44 ll W. G. Mattison, an exper ienced dry goods man from Holly Springs, Miss., has ac cepted a position with Wylie & Baldwin. OCft AUTHORIZED AttESTS. L L MlUer. Farmeraville. JC F Lair, Oravblll. J F t'aw, MrllMa. L Holt, 4 R Self, MerHtt. r« hope that onr friend* in each com- itjr wil *«h et tone one at once to rapwt nt Tna l)«incii*T booh in cor- h and soliciting subscribers LOCAL NEWS. W. D. Gojstree is up afier a severe spell of fever. ^ ■ m Mr. Ed Bowin made a flying trip to Ennis this week. Mr. R. C. Merriit attended the Dallas fair last Sunday. Every thing is quiet—th" grand jury is in session. H. C. H-jniou wants his mouey. Call and pay him Mrs. E. W. Kirkpatrick at- tanded the Dallas fair Tuesday last. The sidew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 October 1893

e* r Dr. Samuel Pitches prescription for Inftmte n. It contains nc ithcr Opium, Morphine nor Narcotic substance. It is a harmless snbstitnte Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. t. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. toao well adapted to children that it as *uprri >r to any jawcrijak m o me." H. A. Abthu, M. !>., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N. Y. Coitorta cniw (Wh*. Oa ;'«>ur Stomach. lMarrh< *a. Eru-tation, Kills W'omtt. |fi es s!o«*j , and promote* d« F«*ion, Without injurious raedkatton. Populists. of 'Cantorta' H so univ.Tsal an ! so well tnown that it seems a work to .*ndom it. Few are t :- famOtes w? do t** C*tor: h." CjMjem Mabtyn, I>. P.. New York City. "For n> vt-ral y>*ars I liave r <-oniniende«, J,, ;r • fas:- ria.' ar.d rhi.ll ahraya continue tc <!>.■• as it hn.. invart-My produced beneficial r-nlt*." Knwxx F. Fjuu'Es. M. !>., l J>th Stfwt and Tth Av.\, ...

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

- V MgV t :'V >* ««- VHB9SH '&.. - :f ' J.T- te- - "- • . . * . -"- " - ' " H -"•' f , Bg !•• MAIL MTTM* VOL. 10 — M'KINNEY, TEXAS. T AY. NOVEMBER 2.1893. § DEMONETIZATION The Sherman Law Repealed- There shall be appointed five monetary experts, the mem- bers of which shall not be oth erwise connected with (he gov- ernment, whose duty it shall be to keep the treasury and executive advised on all neces- sary matters relating to curren- The Silver Fight Ended to be CV* Renewed Before the People. mow to the closing hoars of great straggle thai distin- leaders should toll n* Ml the conn try that the itself will be Impotent, that it eliminates silver or its farther use for the moment/' M^Sherman—I spoke strong Mr. Stewart's amendment in- viting the republics of Central and South America to join the United States in convention was rejected—32 to 49. The first section of Mr. j Squire's amendment was re-; jected—20 to 42. The second VSMt dSjaopa the Crocer said prcgftriog Mthcr brand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 November 1893

• a PCS •ST". AT. V/ Jtr.&ThMpsii. '1.. • nov. 2, 1898 If Mr. Cleveland d wish to carry out the forr design of republicans I greedy desires of eastern English plutocrats; if he not desire the division and de- struction of his party, and its surrender to a populist faction $1.50 he will yield to a reasonable *•*** and honorable compromise.— 40 ,*McKinney inquirer. Co N OITF.S8M A N SlBLRY of $130.001Pennsylvania says that there e W ill |jhe democratic "repeal ens" o|# look that plank in the democratic platform which says; ** We demand the repeal of tha 10 pet cent tax oil state banks." It may be that this, like the silver plank, was only made for electioneering pur- poses.— McKinney Enquirer. a Kansas man has been fin- ed $200, sent to jail for sixty days, and required to give $2,- 000 bond not to engage in the saloon business again, all for selling a 5-cent glass of beer.— Hood's taawtiofc O 10 UDM W® bt is only $2 .5^ per capita of sil— T^u'+ii*** in world that there}Fort Worth...

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

. >J>, ■ ' - , r't--;- lafe „,«• j^wSHnsB®!* >^ii£P|ISj V- v >; - V -.V 'W- we ♦:::.- > - — ^ J* - * -: nm •"" •. - sm ■BapM . u. Baking Rwder ABtovRDrmn Cutrtl TIm Table. Railway Going North, No. 13 ArrifM 5:31 a. " *• 3 •• 10:59 a. ii u u u Sooth " •i ii 44 44 Antm. m. ■* 1 44 8:15 p. m. 3 " 8:14 a. m. 4 44 6:06 p.m. 14 44 9:38 p. m. Line Railroad. 10:40 a m ....a..... ...... 6,30 p. ®. On AUTHORIZED AGE5TH. LL Miller, Fannersville. K F Lair, Oravbill. J f Cave, Mali—. • L Holt, J R Self, Merrltt. . 8. S, Stbol p, Verona, We hope that oor friend* in each com- rnuaity wll select tome one at once to represent Tbs Dkmocbat both in cor- mpondlng and soliciting subscribers Ei Crate, an aged o*an, in the diatriot court entered a p!e* of guilty, last Tuesday, to a charge of burglary. He stood before a jury and In the moat eloquent terms pleaded for mercy. He said that he ^ had been raised a gentleman, Wylie * Baldwin', ad ^ ibis week. Read what they, *n ®° hJ/ ' At last st...

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

dull eyes and ■to- Ith lo I :>• with B rangementi and peculiar periods Transportation Land and Finance Discussed. Health is The proprietor* take to benefit or cure all the by Dr. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Fair Proposition by Darts. Jim and build railroads and poet The following circular letter Again. Congress shall hate power "to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several states/' and "No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue to the ports of one slats over those of another.'* Under these I hold that the government not only has the power, bnt it is a duty, to oper ate the railroads. I see no {Other way* to regulate com- merce witb foreign nations, and among the several states, so as *o "establish justice, insure has been sent to the leading domestic tranquility, promote statesmen, jurists, and lawyers the general welfare, and secure in the land with an earnest re the blessings of liberty to our quest that it be carefully ex- ■* our Parity."...

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

I • f" J. P. IT, ■■ •- - " •. : i * y'riiiii - * - • • • .*• ■ -- — > -nVT- -•- •• *•-- - . s. ..- *. , , 3f - ■ .. . *; P| * . -J.- ? f -• - /« -,J TEXAS! CNTtftCOATTHKI ■r IS&ia*, • jfj n- *■: I 4 ' I • f .f >CLASS MAIL MATTKII- . 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T = AY. NOVEMBER 9. 1893. i f IT I m mm t i f'. m <r ft '%*&■ jit Xfa rut &*£/ *&£> €kttwd' 'zftnutAffy- jfwuC /uu^ X&rttAWltCiu, Congress Adjourns. The House Concurs in the Senate Amend- ment. f f {44JU^ /toA Mwptde&tsSfi Waik'ftf crrtfy tfauhuuG d?Ami&. THE VOTE. The following is the vote of the lower house of congress on • he Voorhees amended repeal bill of the Sherman silver law. YEAS—li'l. A dame, Aldenon, Aldrich. Asplev. Avery, Babcock, Baker (XII) Baldwin, Barnes. Bartlett, Bar wig, Beklen, Beltzhoover, Berry. Bingham, Black (Ga.) Black. (Ill; Blair, to be held in New York Cit; was then passed. As the usual committee to wait upon (he president and inform him that congress was read? to ad...

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

•1«50 What has become of tip Tom Bvown boonlett far Go* ernor which was launched by the Examiner. Did it strike the shoals so soon f Alls—tncti will be charged for In r, Proprietor, McKinney. Texee Sknatob Daniel of Virginia says thai Senator John Sher- man is not only a leader of the democratic party bnt a lecturer thereof. A platform of political principles is a contract. The man who signs it and violates it should never be trusted again by his constituency. The Van Alstyne News a "democratic" paper says that Cleveland will probably con snlt England before he recom mends other measures. 4 1 r*r*Hi pat off until to mor yon can do to-daJ& Those who voted for the repeal of the Sherman law and at the same time claimed*to favor silver did not seem to be in favor of the above motto. fljnte pay u thi month. We need the money. . The Democrat. r. #/ ^Boa produced honor it we must. is not for the prodnction of drones. Thi right to control carries witif.lt the right to own. Telegraph to ...

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