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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 September 1894

*.*S" TT - * • will The Democrat lement McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTE] 6, 1894. Gracious Goodness! What a Stock Of AT T MELTON A Good Suit for $3.95. Endless Variety. No such goods and prices ever heard of as he has. Bring yourself, your boys and get fitted out at store, and you will find a Hearty Welcome. Gome and See Me. . F. BOLT0N, West Side Square, McKinney, Texas. STORE, PRICES, W I GOODs. Alwais Have jbn hand A Full Line of all Kindspf Staple and Fancy ^OGERIES Their Store on South Tennessee street, 2nd door South of the Kentucky Drygoods Store. They can, it all times, make it to yonr interest to call on them. If yon expect to buy for cash they will give yon all the benefit possible of a cash deal. Highest Market price paid for Country Produce. Don't faiil to Gall and See them. You will receive the attention of polite and courteous clerks, member the Place. East Side of South Tennessee street, 2nd door south of KENTUCKY STORE. McKINNEY, TEXAS. The Great Racket Store I will give the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 September 1894

HiftftlftMAAl |uauas, were m our city inisjUIUIIU IIUUUilU UIU nvmuvuu UI1IJ UJ upuuiui unu I U VI VI I Ml ■ I Illinois 8 I ■ $ L a JUDGE T. L. NUGENT. he opens his campaign for governor. Thr Trinity of Oar Wa+a r« the Monop- oly of Moavy, Land and Traa«portatioa. and Produce the Millionaire and Tramp. FeJeral aad State Reform*. (■UNO View. John-on Co.. Tfi. Aug. * .— Tntnday at the Farmeis' State .\lllanee camp greuad near her* Judge Thomas I- Xugeut IV« jHS*pa. tjr oan-t Mints for go\ ernor. addressed an iBmto*! n.ulntu '• of people He w * intro- dut eil bv H *. P. Asliti, amid applause. He was rtveii marked attention. anil was frequently ioirrmpicl «un rlmr^ H« <p*tkr as follows: Fellow' .ti't-iis: The tliue* are otniuou** aud threat mint « apital. omanl/ed. arrogant. In - :reiit-b<*l in ap.-eial privilege* aad inspired by born of rect-nt ne'.orirt stand* ivu- ipntnl by labor, iniirt ny under defeat, alert, res -oiful. noldtax us line* tilt the tateful hours shall cme thus ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 September 1894

• •• ' • - M'KINNEY, TEXAS. T 'AY. septemb: J. P. DOWELL 4 This door is cot for the purpose of protecting yon against candidates, for they will uot be with you long It is for the purpose of protecting you against flies, mos- quitoes, etc. CUTLERY, TABLE AND POCKETl FROM CHEAPEST TO FINEST GRADE. Hardware and Mechanics tools from all best known manufacturers. SUPERIOR COOK STOVES. Shelf Goods, all kinds, too numerous to mention, Crock- +\ ery, Glassware, Dinner and Tea sets from the Potters of| Eogland, France and Germany at Prioes to Suit the Hard Times. i) & 11 East Louisiana St., McKINNEY, TEXAS. THE Bell Watch Case a :$15 For You $15. SPECIAL* HOLIDAY RATES. Hake the Best 0->1«1 Filled'Cases . T . ' Walden't Texas Basinets College ALL | . . rt% 1 Austin. lexas. Main Office. Cincinnati, Ohio, 1". s. A, -Write to-day for Catalogue. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ,000 BALI. I J w w w tri« if your vnftoft offer HOMX ANI COUNTRY MAQAZlNff. Pries ?* c. AU Newsdealers, or M K. 10th H New Yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 September 1894

-v;- ,-s' .*a of *9- henD 4 he will Had many licans and populists majority. will '—Joe Bailey. It will be well not to hasten to A lETfltED BUSINESS WOMAN. A Page From Her History. ant nwrlnHW ef •then The foUowtug la no cxcei troubled wit* heart dlaea „ at that time t«tj aerloualj. Fr 1 was treated by one physician cob 1 was In biaincw, but obliged I account of my health. believe all th< Some of that Chi- nese war. almost as uafsliabie as the democracy of a "conservative senator."—New Yoak Weed. friends that I could not liro a ith. My feet and limbs were badly svol* and I was Indeed In a serious coodltkm a gentleman directed my attention to " Mew Heart Cure, and said that his had been afflicted with heart dts-j sea cured by the strong, healthy worn I of the Heart 1 ure, and In less than after taking the first dose I could " Improvement In the circulation When I had taken throe daces 1 my ankles, nomethlng I had not ntha.and my limbs had been wol- _ that they iiscmsd almost put ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 September 1894

No 1. WW LOCAL NEWS. Sit. J. L, Morris wii a T. M. MeDulel Is lu the elty from Chicago. visiting hit fsmilr. Mlas Laddie Foote toft Wednesday Morning for Oak CTlift where she will take a coarse in music. Cards are oat announcing the mar- riage of T. F. Everett and Miss flaiiie in this elty Sept. 19. Jovial Aaron Britt was over from Gainesville, Monday, shaking hands lad aiiogiiag with his many friends in city. Miss Josie Parker, of McKinney, who has beea visiting friends and relatives la this city, has returoed home.— Shermoa Register. Rev. J. W. Black barn, of the Bethel circuit, aad Prof. W. M. Erwin, princi- pal of the Rock H1U school, were in Mc- Kinney Saturday. — Recently; Doc Turner, one of McKin- ney'* dexterlous tonsorisl artists, per- formed the rare fest of shaving a gen- tleman's hesd with a beer bottle. Rev. A. F.. Buten, pastor of the Bap- tist eharch in McKinney, ha« resigned; his resignation to take eflect Nov. 1. We nnderstsnd he intends entering the gold of evangel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 September 1894

' V 5 ;AKJ rt if IN a I ■ Imp * A principiM ttad in tha Castoria. Otrtorii H.A. i F. Pause, M. D., i aad 7lh A*®., Nrw York CStj. ALLIANCE DfltECTOET. Conmr Alliance. ' President, M. N. stroap, Verona, Secretary, Miaa Sallie Stroop, Verona Rowlett, Oct, 17,18W, SUB-ALLL4NCK8. Bethany Alliance meets First and Third Saturday nights in each month* S. M. Ilart. Mrs. E. c Forbes. Jeeephiae meets Saturday night be- fore Sod and 4th Sunday In each month. B. F. In, Pres., Josephine, Tex. c. c. Carlisle, Josephine. Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday night tefore the First and Third Sun- days in each month. J. w. Yscmb, Pres. J. L. Puckbtt, Sec. Nevada. Tex. Altoga Alliance meets 1st and 3rd Friday nights in each month. r. P. Monger, Pres., Altoga. Tex. R. C. Kouse. Sec, 41 " Rose land Alliance meets each 2nd aad thl Saturday at i o'clock p. m. S. L. Beawjhaw, President. w. F. Price, Secretary. Anna, Tex. Rowlett Alliance.—Time or meeting Saturday night before the 2nd and 4th Sundays. R. T. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 September 1894

. . of all m Leavening j. f. do i miring glances at him DEMOCRATIC TESMVOt/ iitg poetry and mem speeches." HOW BAIU.Y IS REGARDED 15 HIS 0W9 POLITICAL HOUSE- HOLD ■L.i^ I' t- ■ ai 18 cot for the pnrpose <-f protecting yoo to J. W. . , -x V 1* It will be remembered that for congress |gy^le, 6rt ; fftarrirt !n 1890 was very exciting between Jurtge Si'as Hare ofSheraian and J W. Bailev. In sh;;t canvass Will not Mr. Texas as readily as Mississippi if it si to a£vantage to believe he will.0? Aug. 16, '90. * I. Joseph Bailey:— •ptech at Copeville yon said you re say man's re due lo ignorance vicloosness. Now, pie citizen thinks he ttently claim as great >f cliarity. lid that Congressman Kansas introduced a piijsiuQ all Uoion sol >rding to their time of V and another bill to pay drawing pensions *. '••eight hoar proposition as ii weal i, If enacttd into national l-gisi'tion, prevent their being forced to undergo more than eight hoars toil, thereby giv- ing them time to attend to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 September 1894

Mm ' A in measare which we are now asked to pass (the sen• ate tarff bill] is a more ob- noxious measure th-an the McKinley act, which it is designed to supplant" BOURKE COCHRAN. * * * \ m 4 Y0DN6 GIRJ/S_ FORTUNE, AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Nothing •rpe. l* strongly to amother'* •Suction m fceir d* su <-T Jurt bmldini into womanhood. Follow £og is an instance: "Oar daughter. Blanche. n )c li yean of u*e. bad bet-u terribly afflicted piih nervotancs* and * - K>st the entire ;i e oi b:r r -hi «!*n- Mic ;i such a condition that we had u_ kcti> from ichool ant! ahar.-i^n her muric hss- tln fe«-t, wo fearwi St. Vitas dar.ee, anl noaUive I'UtVor an inra?nabu ien.uuF sh.- ild have ha l that terrible affliction. \.c had employed |>hy«icui:i«. but ane reeeiTca no benefit Crmn them The firrt of last August gr.o weighed bat 75 pounds ar4 although «be feos taken only three bottler of Servlus she kc.t weighs 106 pounds; her ner. cu nc-? tuid •«>" torus of St. V" attend* school fort an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 September 1894

IfwBHlHR 1 IV No. 1, • are HttKfftiN to announce J m ft candidate for justice of the of Precinct No 1. Wo are authorized to announce J € Dana a* a candidate for constable of No 1. LOCAL NEWS. Geno Horh and Avner Back took in the Bod bom fair. S ~ Judge J. VV. Gray, of Allen, was in McKinney Monday. — Tom Perkins of the Wylie Rnstler was in McKinney Toes day. E. F. England, of Lara«, paid Tim Democrat a pleasa .< visit Monday. Uncle Bnrl Stiff spent s> veral days in attendance al the 3on- ham fair last week. NO 1111 SHOES. ■ Mrs. Sam Seeley has returned from a week's vsit to relatives in Ft, Worth. Will Parker, an experienced "comp" helped The Democrat force through a "push" this week. The time is drawing near that every man, woman and child will want to bny a new pair of shoes for Fall and Winter. The great question that you should consider— When Caa 16it Tin Bist Shsts For Tki Least Money? Just let us give you a pointer. If you want a gcod boot or shoe for little money, go to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 September 1894

IS STO RIA to Dr. flannel Pitcher's prescription for Infants Children. It contains neither Opitun, Morphine nor areotic substance. It is a harmless substitute <br 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 —the Mother's Friend. Cutoria. toao v^il adapted to children that it M tmperior to any prmcripCktn " n. A. Abtbcr, m. d., 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y. m> of 'Cafltorta* is an universal and ao «rfU known that it worms a work to eadorne it. Few «fc th«= familk-fl wbo do not kwp Castoria Castoria. Castori a cures Colic, Constipation, fVmr Stomach, I iarrhm-a. Eructation, Kills Worms, ffi*« sleep, te l promote® di gwstion. Without injurious medication. Caujos Mum, D. D., NVw York City. "For sewal yi*n I lum* r^ominendeo your 'Casterta,' and shail always continue to do so as it has invariably produced bem-ficial result*." Kowts F. Partes, X. !>., VSiih S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 September 1894

in Ft. Worth. IshnA Rnlirl T .oathor "NTnt nonar linffnm -u - * *i The Democrat Supplement. McKINNEY, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1894. tt, C, Thompson, an employe ! Agrle«lt r«l Expnimrnt Statin at / of this office, and brother of the editor, is very sick. Paris, France, dictates the styles for the fashionable world and Tommy Jones dictates low prices for the business world. S. T. Merritt and Mrs. Josie Barks were married at Wylie & Baldwin's store Wednesday. Re?. Morris officiated. Remember that J. P. Dowell will serve hot biscnits all this and next week. Ladies are cordially invited to aall. XeKiney. At a mass meeting held in the court house on the 15th inst. in furtherance of the above were the leading citizens of Mc- Kinney, after which it was unanimously resolved that the $1.50 for one dozen cabinet photographs for a short time only at Wear's. This is to certify that I am using the Majestic Steele The following is a summary of the Collin county horses that started in the races at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 September 1894

; CAMPAIGN 11 = gjr EY. TEXAS, J. P. DO WELL n it* • riii • (lllf f.i • l « • i " I of slim Leavening U.&Govt s Loom, Tex., 3ept. 3Tf It hu been mb« tine ilnce mm iPthfir, Beforaten* Qtmri ABMUUTELY KIBE = THE LADONIA MEWS. large audience is tbe Baptist church several of Gibson's sop- Swallows au Ox and GeU Chok- j porters attempted to howl htm ed On IlsTatT. ▲ PENSIONER AO AW ST A SALOON BUM, UAXBLER AND BANS- BUPT The editor of the tiulipaM sheet, L&donia News, is ex- ercised because "Parson Brow^ down and gr**at excitement fol- lowed. Daring the confusion Deputy Shetiff L. T. Sou ton en tered the chnrch with a warrant for one of Gibson's leaders Tor currying a pistol* As be grab, bed his prisoner others of his followers j nrped on depu- ty and a tight began. Thedepu This question Is often and many reasons put forth as 0e cause. I'll tell you why I think they are sot. Cotton in 1866 sold for 43 cents per pound; in 1868, for 24 cents per pound; in 1872, 22 cents a pound; iu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 September 1894

■W'sl A HARROW ESCAPE! How it Happened. : *Fora Mrt ftiM I a* my keut vHek Hut- tij. I bad mo appetite I would be compelled belch fu from my tom- erery minute voaM be I fre ling of oppression and I vm amid to draw a •weep a room with- B testing; bat, thank of New Heart Core all that like another woman. Be- Heart Cure I had taken remedies and been treated it any benefit until I waa and dWusted. Mr husband a yj? l>r. Miles'^ Hew Heart hara'a^Rphwdi? awtfto wd I weighed B pounds whea I be- ■ the remedy, and now I welghlWf fc___ la my case has been truly marvel- It far surpasses any other medicine I taken or any benefit I erer re* a phjMi'ians."—Mrs. II arry Starr, Pa.. October IS, MBt _ _ Miles' New Heart Cure Is sold on a post- suassrs isus^ist"b' ^ fir. st. pHce. Shstf bottle, aix bottles IB. ezpi paidj iHThis ^preat ^discovery by^an^ eminent Sold by mil drngglats. THE DEMOCRAT. F. C. Thompson, xDrron and propsistok. Walter B. Wilaon, local editor. THURSDAY. SEPT. 27, 1894. Su—mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 September 1894

V COUntV 19 11 a M North, Ho. IS Arrives 9:11 a. •• *• S " 10:59 a. U u ] u MetH •• f « •t H 4 tl 4t M 14 It 8:16 p, 8:14 m. i 4:49 p. i 9:38 p. i Wool Bound Arrives. Arrlm 4:%p.i imodfttion Arrive# 10:50 ft. Bt Bast Bound Departs. Departs 12:09 p. m Aeooommodfttion 4:55 p. m. Peoples Parly Ticket For Representative, J. T. BRANCH. JOHN DOYLE. For County Judge, L. L. MILLER. For Sheriff; W. T. Hale. For County Clerk, K. C. FORBES. For District Clerk, W. T. NEWSO ME. For Treasurer, W. W. CHAPMAN. SHOES. - For Assessor. JOHN Y. BOWES. For Sunrev«.r, C. W. NO YES. OUR STATE TICKET. Governor—Judge T. L. Nugent, Fort Worth. Lieut. Governor-—Marion Martin, Att'y. General—R. V. Bell. Comptroller— E. O. Meitzen. Treasurer—Henry E. McCulloch Land Commissioner -S. C. Gran berry Supt. Pub. Instruction—E P Alsbury For Congress Dr. L. M. Browder. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce J. P Dunean as an independent candidate for commissioner precinct No. 1, We are authorized to announce J W ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 September 1894

m for Iiftiti neither Opium, Morphine nor It Is n harmless substitute Drops* Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Castoria is the Children's Castoria. M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y. D. D„ Xew YcrkCtty. Kite Worms, girtm ateep, and prooioten di geation, Without iajarkxH nediaitim. Tor msienl ymrs I hj*5 r*omnH«dec your 'Castort*,' and shall always continue to do so as ft invariably prwiuoeJ beneiiciaJ results." Eoww r. rjLMB tt. 2L P., lSEth Street and tth Are., Ktrw York C3ty. Tn Cnrriim Camrjjrr, 77 Kcboat Si Nkw Yojuk Cttt ALLIANCE DIRECTORY. Cotrcrrr Auliakck. President, M. N. Stroap, Verona, *ezss* Secretary, Miss Saiiie stroup, Verona Rowlett, Oct, 17, 18M. sl'b-alliances, Bethany Alliance meets First and Third Saturday nights in each month. President, S. M. llart. Secretary, Mrs. £. C Forbes. Josephine meets Saturday night be- fore 2nd and 4th Sunday in each month. B. F. Ivr, Pres.. Josephine, Tex. C, C. Caiuslk, Josephine, Tex. Nevada * Alliance meets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 October 1894

W . ar.. -sTL / .1 ^ ' :• - *. - - - •-• y'i . * - s-J :. J ••• - : SL\*_ r . lhK;' TWO FATAL WRECKS. •*'. sM VHE HEWS ID OUT Oat. U««i * Cl.1i gnaof he win «m] -S-9- Is always welcome; and without any doubt the people of McKinney have never seen a more brilliant.... EXHIBITION OF LAMPS* Than we are now making. Here is plenty of light for all •objects, for the entire public of this town, and light, too of unsurpassed briiliai cy. The best lamps for each and every sort of u«e, that are now manufactured on this side of the Atlantic, are shown in our very ... COMPLETE STOCK Selected with a view to quality and cheapness. Oar Price-List shines with temptation, which buyers would wrong themselves to overlook. The very best ideas ia Portable, Hanging and Stationary Lamps now known are at such figures as s a a s 9 411 East Louisiana St., McKINNEY, TEXAS. THE Bell Watch Case Co. Make Iks Best Oold^Fflled Cases all:^ize§. Main Office. Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A i \Ll* I $15 For You $15. SPECIA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 October 1894

r. 'mL == ,C. Thompson, torrot asi> i k( maies. "Alter If. Wilson, LCCti. IMTSR. ID.lV. OCT. 4" Ml t- *1 e< n « y< Iftx b M 1 '■ 3%5<> I - xi st- ill ■fork p 17 Let everybody advertise ibis appointment. Make that day a holiday and torn oat to hear ihia able jurist, statesman and patriot. it OMcolumn ] year fl'** Batf eoiuniD 1 year 1-Inch single column i'i.t-0 Local nctleea, 7 cent* per tine fof Insertion. Obituaries of more 10 lines will be cbarged foi at our ▲11 contracts will be charged for In to the abo\e. C. Tnouwox, Proprietor, McK inner. Texes Roger Q Mills refuses to meet populist speakers in joint discussion. It is folly to 6ay the popu- lists have no strength and will accomplish nothing.—Denison Gazetteer. (Dem ) Db. Browdkr, in reading democratic testimony against the tariff bill failed to read the recent editorials of trie McKin- ney Euqnirer against the bill of "perfidiy and dishonor." BisFoRK a man jumps onto either the public or private re- cord of anot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 October 1894

11 Li ■ Ill We have Some Big Bargaine ln.*,* * LIGHT WEIGHT WRAPS, Just the thing fort hese cool morn- ings. AH Wooi Blazers at about half Price at the KENTUCKY STORE T £ln'l LANKETS This week. We have all grades and prices in Blankets, from 75c. to $7.50 Per Pair. COME AND SEE THEM- THEY ARE CHEAP! The Leaders in Low Prioes, Kentucky Store S. E. Corner of Square, MeKinney, Texas. ssd Texas Ceatral Kail way Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrive# 5:21 a. ro. ~ " 10:59 a. m. 8:15 p. m.1 8:14 a. m. 4:49 p.m. 9:28 p. m. *« 3 « .. J South M 2 •4 M 4 M 44 14 44 44 44 i, Shrereport and Southera. West Bound arrive#. . Pasaenger Arrive# 4:25 p. m. Accommodation Arrive* 10:50 a. Dj East Bound I>eparts. Passenger Departs 12:09 p.m. Aecoommodatlon I... 4:55 p. m. Peoples Party Ticket For Representative. J. T. BRANCH. JOHN DOYLE. 0 For Gouty Judge, L. L. MILLER. For Sheriff. W. t. Hale. For County Clerk, K. C. FORBES. For District Clerk, * W. T. NEWSOME. w. w. CHAPMAN. JOHN Y. BOW EN. For Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 4 October 1894

A te Dr. w inel Pitchert It contains neither Optum, uce. It ii fcr Panforic, Drops, Soothing Syrup®, and It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty Oastoria is the Children's Castoria. on. > y Castoria. item to inc. R. A. Ill Bo. Oxford P* X. D., Brooklyn, K. T. laof ■o «ril ' Is SO unimaal and that it «wiM work to cmhww it. Teyr are the who do sot kerp Cartoria Cuua liJtm, I>. D., New York City. Without injurious i -For arreral jtmn i yoor 'OHtorh,' and shall always do en as It invariably produced aad operation of all tele- phone and telegraph llaee. 4. Tie free sad aalimited coinage of gold aad «llf«r Edwtk r. Fabbbs, X. d., lSth Rtrert and 7th Ave., New York CBjr. Tn Cnmrra Oosrm, 77 Xc ALLIANCE DIRECTORY. couktt alliaxcs. President. M. N. St roup, Verona, Secretary, Miss alli« Stronp, Verona Texas. Rowlett, Oct, 17,1804, sub-alliaxcks. Bethany Alliance meets First and Third Saturday nights in cach month. President, 8JI. Hart. Saeretary, Mrs. E. C Forbes. Josephine meets Satur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 October 1894

• - - ■ ' SI* . : —— " u II _____ I. r:« m ' ' * ft 1 1 ^ to* irim ■ km Fa|HB . .. : - •• M'KINNEY, TEX J. P. DOWELL. MOLD GEORGIA! ■ • X.- FX YA -4. creases bur ropulllt tt ]< 250; Qrantviile, in Atkini bom* comity Rives against 105 for Atkiiistfb. popnlist campaign in was Dot ran a poo the wild era plan, bat upon ibotoi conservative lines. The i counties of south Georgia Vote] democratic, giving the - majorities. | I ICoL Hinei to-night views tl returns as being so cloaf he decline* to give up the race*] The discomfiture of th$ del era tic majority, however may truthfully be laid to the disaf* fection of the Confederate vet- eran#. Mr. Atkinson led the S. life" The Beview then publiabea M array of d v|iratio testi- mony regarding Mr. Bailey's "failure as a lawyer aad MS- agar of his own business" aa puplicited in Th* | ^ Mr B |feyf givsa asyaop- starter of tW mis- mmortocMeaaknew it. feeling nnwilling fee the votaries of the third party (or iy other part?) to believe I had dene...

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