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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 24 July 1892

s SUNDAY MORNING MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSt THE HOMESTEAD 8THIK.E. History of the Trouble—Carnegie's Scheme for Manipulating the Steel Market. DO YOU OWE FOR YOUR PAPER? Subscribers to the Gazet- teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This is the date to which yoy have paid. If the date is passed, you will know >that you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is ih order. P. S.—No honorable man (or woman either) will lake a newspaper from the postoffice for a year or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the postmaster he doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the naner an* longer after the' time paid for U expired, just write on a postal carH, "Stop'er,'* sign your natne, and address it to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. • ' . tf official directory. MUNICIPAL O^FICEHS. Mayor.......

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 24 July 1892

s HOLMES! Commencing Monday, July 25th, and continuing' until further notice, I will sell SOCIETY. The Society Editor ol the Gazetteer will thank the ladies of Denison for the announcements of entertainments given by them, or other society events of special interest. Address, "Society Editor." Gazetteer. i cent a piece, i cent a piece, i cent a piece. i cent a yard, cent a piece, looo boxes assorted Hair Pins, iooo Pencil Tablets. ujOO dozen Dress Buttons. iooq yards ol Lace. ioo« boxes Blacking. i cent a paper, loojo papers Carpet Tacks. i cent a paper, lOop At At At At At At At I cent a paper, 1O0J0 papers Pins. At i cent a yard, iooq yards of embroidery. At i cent a piece, 100b Gents' Scarf Holders. At 5 cents a piece, iooo bottles of either Lemon or Vanilla Extracts. At 5 cenis a piece, iooo bottles Mucilage. At 5 cents a piece, iooo Can,Openers. At 5 cents a piece, iooo Screw Drivers. . At 5 cents a box, iooo boxes Allen's Swan's Dawn Faoe Powder. At 5 cents a piece, iooo Hair ...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 31 July 1892

Commercial Printing OK AI.L- KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House Commercial Printing OF AI.L KINDS AT Murrey's Power Printini House VOLUME XI. , subscription two dollars a ykar , j ' one dollar for six months. 1 DKNISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1892. ENTERED AT THK POSTOKKICE AT DKNISON, TEXAS, ( I AS SECOND CI.ASSsAIAII- MATTE K. i NUMBER 14. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. , STATU SCNATK, . J. D. WOODS, of Sherman. RWRISKNTATIVKS, W. M. PECK, ot Denison; J. H. DILLS, ot" Sherman; ED SIMMONS, ot Sherman. COUNTY E. P. GREGG, ot Sherman. TAX COLLECTOR, R. I. CUNNINGHAM, of Sherman. om rmi't > • i kuk ROBERT WALKER, of Sherman. COl'NTY TKEASl KEK, WILLIAM SCOTT, of Sherman.- COC'NTY CI. KK K , T. W. HUDSON, of Sherman. SHKH1PK, EX. HUGHES, ot Collliwville. COUNT* ATTORNEY, RICE MAXEY, of Sherman. - TAX AS.<iE!iSI>K, JOHN W. STEWART, of Sherman. SCHpOI. SC'PKRI VTEND KNT, GUS CLAYTON, ot White Mound. PUBLIC WEIGHER, , JOHN D. KENET, of Sherman. COl'NTY SURVEYOR, J. X. KEARN, ot S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 31 July 1892

" .a^r-,i*3r'— -'- ^ L<.-'.-- S?3E3ft — Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder &S2SS2® ABSOLUTELY PURE «p P. MANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STREET. j)ECKEK & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Office 206 Main Strict. Prompt, efficient and thorough uction. •JM^NOR & MOSSE, Manufacturers of and dealers in BUGGIES AND WAGONS. Aumci lti kai. Impi.eme.niSs. 4U 10.4)6 Main Street. ]?( J. SMITH, ATTORNRY'-AT-LAW, aoS MAIN STREKT, DENISON, TEXAS. J£UNSON & fcRO'S, Real Estate and Abstract of Titles and Notary Public. Farm and Fruit Land a Specialty. Office 301 Woodard St., Munson Block. QOFFIN H ZINTORAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, Uenkral Conveyancers, ; '■ Real Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Office ij6 Main Street. V^TEPHEN FRENCH, INSURANCE AGENT. OFFICK MAIN STKKT. JOSEPH tCHOTT, Architect and Suit, ok Buildings. Plant, specification* and estimate* made with bonds; charges reasonable; correspondence so- icitcd. Office with A. R. Collins, 513 Main ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 31 July 1892

$uudag (SaMm ftlLlSHlPIVIRV SUNDAY MORNING I MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING H0USE DO YOU OWE FOB YOUR PAPER? Subscribers to the Cazet- teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad* dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This is the date to which you have paid. If the date is passed, you will know Lthat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is In order. P. S.—No honorable m n(ot woman either) will take a newspaper from the poatoffice for a rear or two without pay- ing for It, and then-tell the postmaster he doesn't want It any longer, or move av>ay without any notification at all. If you don't want the naner anv longer atter the time paid for Is expired, just write on a n,.ial card, "StopVr." sign your name, and address It to this office. It will cost but a cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. • tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, MUNICIPAL OFFICERS., Mayor.. .\ H.Ton«. Secretary T. K. Kennedy Attorney 4 L M. SUn.lifer Marsha) Ed. James...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 31 July 1892

fe / HOLMES! Tin? Goods advertised last week will be sold at the extreme LOW PRICES They were advertised at until I notify you of the change, and I herewith list another large lot that are fully as cheap. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. I2^4c ami t^c Black Organdy Lawns at 7,'^c a yard. Magnolia Mulls worth now jtfc. j ; Chevron Challies at 5c a yard. * 15c Navy Blue Organdy Lawns now 7y2c a yard. Boys' regular made Derby Hose at 10c a pair. Ladies' Fast Black full regular made llose at 15c a pair. Table Oil Cloth at 15c a yard. ' Yard wide Zephyrine has been ioc, now 7c a yard. 9-4 Sheeting 15c a-yard. Cabot Bleached Pillow Casing iric a yard. Heavy Brown Domestic 4c a yard. Lenox Penangs have been I3j^c, now Sj^c a yard. Ladies' finest Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched and initial, 25c apiece. * Ladies' Silk V ests 50c apiece. Gents' full regular made.Half Hose, I2j4c a pair. Gents' I nlaundried V\ hite Shirts, Linen Bosom and Reinforced, 40c apiece. All 20 and 25c White Goods, outsi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 7 August 1892

HjjHHHHflBfmNK — — ■'' "■ *• Comuxcial Printing fVAl.I. KINDS AT _ - JSfij's Power Printing House v t ' VOLUME XI. 4 subscription two dollars a year , / i one dollar for six months. 4 DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 1892. kntkkkd at the pqstofkick at dknison, texas, as second class mail matter. NUMBER 15. UOONTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. state sknatr, J.-tl. WOODS, of Sherman. hkhbtskntativk>>i W. M. i'ttCK, of DenlBOn; J. H. 1)11,1.5, of Sherman, El) SIMM()NS, of Shernjan. county (i dge, , " E. P. GREGG, of Sherman. tax collector, R. J. CUNNINGHAM, of Sherman. district clekk,' ROBERT WALKER, of Shfrm-an. i'ointy urraslkkk, WILLIAM SCOTT, of Sherman. cta .ntt cl.ckk, T. W. HUDSON, of Sherman. sheriff", feX. HUGHES, of Collihtville. county aitorvhy, RICE MAXEY, of Sherman. 1ax assessor, JOHN W. STEWART, of Sherman. school superintendent, Gl'S CLAYTONj of White Mound. public weigher, JOHN D. FENET,,of She^pan. county surveyor, J. T. KEARN, of Sherman. • r Repair the bridges.- Give us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 7 August 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE JmcUu ^Sascttccr P. HANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. no MAIN STREET. JJECK.ER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS- AT-LAW. Office o6 Main Street. Prompt, efficient nd thorough action. 4- *piGNQR & MOSSE, , Manufacturers of and dealers in BUGGIES AND WAGONS. Agricultcral Implements. % 4Jj to 4.16 Main Street. J. SMITH, r' I ATTORNRY- AT-LAW, ms main street, denison, texas. J£UNSON 61 tRO'S, ( • \ . Real E taik and Abstract of Titt.es and Notary Pu^ut, Farm and Frlit Land a Specialty. Office 3Di Woodard St., Munton Block. 0OFFIN it ZINTGRAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, General Conveyancers, i Real Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Office 1)6 Main Street. gTEPHEN FRENCH, INSURANCE AGENT. OFFICE i.'4 MAIN 8TKKT. JOSEPH bCHOTT, Architect and St it. of Buildings. Plana, specifications and estimates made with booda; charges reasonable; correspondence so- kited. Office with A. It. Collins, $13 Maifi Street. GUST UHLIG, f Manufac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 7 August 1892

s£Hl•• • m <■.•;B^l£ V-: ' * - -- ^ -•: rr:'-^f '' . ^ - * -, ._, ... ... , ; ... £ * .. . •• • r: - • - -, " ■ ... Comme^asrttJft OF ivtir iORNING 'PRINTING HOUSE DENISON REMINISCENCES. A WEEKLY 8UMMABY OF WHAT TRAH8PIRED IH THE GATE OITY 19 YEAB8 AGO, OPEN AIR CONCERTS YOU OWE FOR YOCJR FAPES? Subscribers to the Gazet- teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This is the date to which you have paid. If -the date is passed, you will know ithat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance ia In order. P. i>.—No honorable man (or woman •Ither) will take a newspaper from the poatofSce for a year or two . without pay- ing for it, and then tell the postmaster he ' doesn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the naner an* longer after the tir&c paid for is expired, just write on a ' postal card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and address it to this office. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 7 August 1892

>? - -- HOLMES! -You know ray way of advertising by this time. No big- -word", 110 hi^h sounding phra-rs, but prices t hat talk; louder than words. Lower prices than you ca-i find else- wherp in North Texas. We will continue to sell all goods advertised in the past two wrrks at the extreme LOW PRICES That they were advertised at until closed out, and will quote another large ' list for your consideration that are world-beaters. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. v 2^ cents a yard. Rule & Greenley's Imported.. Scotch Ginghams, that are worth 40 cents. 18 ctnts a yard, all our French Sateens, Brandenburg Cloth, and* Imported Bidford Cords, worth from 25 to 3^ cents. cents a yard, YVt ol Challies, worth 25 cents. cents a yard. Zephyr Gingham, worth 20 cents.1, 10 cents a yard, Wool-ChaHies, wor:h 15 cents. 10 cents a yard. Zephyr Ginghams, worth 15 cents. '7cents a yard, 50 pieces-Challies, worth 10 cents. 8 cents a yard, 20 pieces Bedford Cords, worth 12^4 dents. 5 cents a yard. 50 pieces (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 14 August 1892

Commercial Printing OF *LL KINDS AT Murray's Power Printing House I VOLUME XL i SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, I I ONE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. \ DKNISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 18^1 ENTERED AT THK POSTOKKICK AT DENlSjON, TEXAS, AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTE {<• i NUMBER 16. Commercial Printing of all kinds at Murray's Power Prtatiai Housi UODHTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. STATS SENATE, J. I). WOODS, of Sherman. REPRESENTATIVES J W. M. PECK, ot Denison; J. H. DILLS, ot Sherman; ED SIMMONS, of Sherman. COUNTY JUDGE, E. P. GREGG, ot Sherman. TAX COLLECTOR, R. J. CUNNINGHAM, of Sherman. DISTRICT CLERK, ROBERT,WALKER, ot .Sherman. county treasurer, WILLIAM SCOTT, of Sherman. COUNTYCLERK, T. W. HUDSON, of Sherman. SHERIFF, EX. HUGHES, ot Coilinsville. COUNTY A1TORNEV, RICE MAXEY, of Sherman. TA* ASSESSOR, JOHN W. STEWART, of Sherman. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT, . GUS CLAYTON, of "White Mounds PUBLIC WEIGHER, JOHN D. FENET, of Sherman. COUNTY SURV EYOR, J. T. KEARN, ot Sherman. —- -♦ The annual con...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 14 August 1892

Highest of ait In Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report absolutely pure f P. HANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. no main STRfcET. JjECKER SL HARRIS, ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW Office 20^ Mala Street, thorough action. -. Prompt, efficient and fJtfGNOR & MOSSE, Manufacturers of and dealers in BUGGIES AND WAGONS. Aoricixtvral Implements, 411 to 426 Main Street. ^ J- SMITH, - ATTORNRY-AT-LAW, aoS MAIN STtCEKT, DKNISON, TEXAS. ||UNSON H t RO'S, Rial Estaieand Abstract of Titles and Notary Vublic. Farm and Fruit Land a Specialty. Office joi Woodird St., munion Block. QOFFIN & Z1NTGRAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, General Conveyancers, Real Estate, Insurance and Brokers. * Office Ia6 Main Street. gTEPHEN FRENCH, INSURANCE' AGENT. officii 1.'4 main stkkt. JOSEPH &CHOTT, Architect and Suit. op Buildings. Ftftu, ipccillcationii mil eilinutet made" with bond*; charge* reasonable, cormpondence so ■cited. Office with A. jit. Collin*, 513 Main Street, J^VGVST LHLIG, * Manufacturer of FINE BOOTS AND SHOES. Sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 14 August 1892

$uuik ferttm DENISON REMINISCENCES. i-ciusmpivirv ' a weekly 8ummaby of what suNday MORNING 1 transpired iu the gate :! oity 19 years ago. MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE! - — , | | With Banning Gonunent&nei When the Incidents Sugeest It. t)0 YOU OWE FOR YOLS PAPEB? ' Subscribers to tho Cazet- teer are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- j dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This Is the date to which you have paid. If the date is pasafd, you will know *that you a(re owing for your paper, and an early remittance is in order. P. SA-No honorable man (or woman either) will take a newspaper from the poatoffice for a jrear or two without pay- ing for it, ahd then tell the pot>tma*tcr he doean't want it any lunger, or move away without any notification at all. If you don't want the naner any longer after the time paid for ia expired, just write on a postal card, "Stop'er," sign your name, and address Jt to thi office. It will cost but a cent to do the right...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 14 August 1892

HOLMES! Still v/e continue to slaughter Summer Goods, first cost not considered. The goods must be* sold, past experience has learned me it is better to sacrifice fcven more than my profit on the goods than to carry them over o another season. I quote a list of prices that will cer- tainly interest you. Tht Society Editor ot the Gazetteer will thank , the lsdie* of Dcoiton for the announcement* of ! entertainments given by them, or other society events of special interest. Address, "Society Editor,'* Gazetteer. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. At 22c a yard, light shades Wool Bedford Cords, 36 inches wide that sold at 35c a yard. At 15c a yard Wool C'hallie that sold at 25c a yard. '1 At 15c a yard Persian Cord; that sold at 25c a yard. At Bedford Cords that sold at 20c. At 15c a yard Veinette Linen Lawn that sold at 20c a yard. At I2j^c a yard Organdie Lawns that sold at 1653c a yard. At 15c a yard Plaid White Goods that sold at 20 and 25c a yard. At toe a yard Plaid White Goods that sold :...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 21 August 1892

r Commercial Printing OF ALl. kinds AT Marray's Power Printing House -4 ' # Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murray's Power Prlntlig Hoiisi VOLUME XI. , subscription two dollars a year , i one dollar for six months. i DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY. AUGUST 21, 1892. ENTERED AT THE POSTOFFICK AT DENlSON. TEXAS, | AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTE*. NUMBER 17. THE DEMOORATIO 8TATE TICKET. for governor, HON. GEORGE CLARK. fok* liki te.nant-govbr.nclk, C. M ROGERS, of TravjU. FOR ATTORNEY-GENERAL, E. A. Mi DOW ELL, of Coryell. for comptroller, C. B. GILLESPIE, of Dallas. for treasi rer, THOMAS J. GORKE, of Cherokee. for superintendent ok pi blic in- struction, JACOB BICKLER, of Galveston. FOR judges criminal col kt of appeals, W D. WOOD, of Hayt; R. H. PHELPS, of Fayette. for commissioner general lan i) office W. C. WALSH, of Travij. ..In i i. U OOUNTY DEMOOEATIO TICKET. state senate, J. D. WOODS! of Sherman. .RBPRESENTATIV KS, W. M. PECK, of DenUon;. J. H. DILLS, of Sherman; ED SIMMONS, of Sherman...

Publication Title: Sunday Gazeteer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 21 August 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TEXAS OAMP MEETING. WORLD'8 FAIR B0TE8. | ^roto the Orett divide. CLIFF DWELli&S' Ji£LI08. fj B. HANNA & SON, DRUGGISTS. <10 MAIN STREET. 0ECKER & HARRIS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAVV. i Office «*> M *in Street. lAorougb action. Prompt, efficient and £ J. SMITH, attornry-at-law, aoS MAIN STREET, DENISON, TEXAS. feettcer B. C. MURRAY, Proprietor. Sunday, August 21, iSya. " Turn Texaa Loose Bey TILL CHURCH 8AL00S. Dr. Bainstord'i Theory Briefly Stated. QOFFIN it Z INTO RAFF, NOTARY PUBLIC, Oenxral Conveyancers, , Real Estate, Insurance and Brokers. Office ub Main Street. JOUIS LIBBE, Dealer in FOREIGN and DOMESTIC LIQUORS, Kentucky Whiskies and Fine Cigars. STAR BILLIARD il« Main Street PARLOR. DENISON. TEX. g P. TEAGUE, attorney-at-law, DENISON, - - TEXAS. Will give prompt personal attention to all business entrusted to his care. Office over Baldrlck's Shoe Store, No 226 Main street. w. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 21 August 1892

Suudafi (Oiucttm fV ILI SHI D 1VII Y SUNDAY MORNING • ■) at) m MURRAY'S STEAM PRINTING HOUSE DO TOU OWE FOR YOUR PAPER? Subscribers to the Cazet- tser are requested to notice the date opposite their ad- dress on the margin of the paper or on the wrapper. This Is the date to which you have paid. If the date is passed, you will know ithat you are owing for your paper, and an early remittance is in order. P. S.—No honorable man(or woman either) will take a newspaper from' the poatofGce for a /ear or two without pay- ing for it, and then tell the poetma&ter he doetn't want it any longer, or move away without any notification at all. It you don't want the oaner anr longer atter the time paid for U expired, just .write on a postal card, "Stop'er," stg-n your name, and address it to thi* office* It will cost but • cent to do the right thing and save the publisher some money. tf OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. s in. per j MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Mayor i."-'1*1 TVne- Secretary... T. K. Kennedy ' Attorne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 21 August 1892

p w * I i HOLMES! I have somej very desirable goods left, that will |be put in this sale at half-price. Ilhe goods must be seld, as we have got to have room for the new gootjs that's arriving daily. This is my i6tb Payday Sale will be the greatest sale of the season, as I will offer alj my Summer (ioodjs at about half their-value, rather than carry them over to another seaport, and am receiving large ship- ments of fall goods that will be placed in this sale at specially low prices. Sale Commences Saturday Morning, Aug. 20, f - and Continues One Week. i . . DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. At 15c • yard will offer the following lines of goods that formerly sold at from 20c to 30c a yard: Imported Crepons, Persian Cords, Veinette Linen Lawns, Crepe De Orient, Bedford Cords, Etc. At ioc a yard will otter the following lijies of goods that formerly sold at from 15 to 20c a yard: Wool Challies^ India Dimity, Shantong, Pongees, Zephyr Ging- hams, etc. • | j At 74c a yard will offer the following ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 28 August 1892

Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Marray's Power Printing House . •" V-si.. VOLUME XI. I SUBSCRIPTION TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, j I ONE DOLLAR FOR SIX MONTHS. I DENISON, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1892. ENTERED AT THEjFOSTOFFICE AT DENISON. texas, AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. NUMBER 18. Commercial Printing OF ALL KINDS AT Murrey's Rover Printing House I ATI U HAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. AFTER "HELL'8 HALT-ACRE." for president, GROVER CLEVELAND. for VICE-PRKSID*NT, A. E. - STEVENSON. THE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, HON. GEORGE CLARK. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, C. M. ROGERS, of T^U. FOR ATTORNEV-fiENERAI., E. A. MCDOWELL, of Coryell. FOR JCOMPTROLLER, C. B. GILLESPIE, of Dallas. FOR TREASCKER, THOMAS J. GOREE, of Cherokee. FOR SUPERINTENDENT" OF PUBI.IC IN- STRUCTION, JACOB BICKLER, of Galveston. FOR JunOES CRIMINAL COURT OF APPEALS, W D. WOOD, of Hays; R. H. PHELPS, of Fayette. FOR COMMISSIONER GENERAL LAND OFFICE W. C. WALSH, of Travis. UUUH i-r DEMOCRATIC TICKET. state senate, J. D....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sunday Gazeteer — 28 August 1892

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report I CLARK AT HOME. Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE were, tellow citizens. [Applause. 1 Men who believe that tnis people is^ capalble of selfrgovernment. Bill Edmonds says that the people An Immense Ratification Meeting i of Waco are the only people of any TJ-IJ w,.. " ; town in the United States that are ! capable of self-government, but I do ; not atjree with our friend William. I Democracy i He Says, Was First Split Two Years Ago, and It Has Been Split Again and Again Since «j« e. hanna & son, druggists. no MAIN STREET. j)ecker & harris, attorneys-at-law. I Office tah Main Street, thorough action. Prompt, rfficimt ami j. smith, attt>rnry-at-law, I n aoS MAIN STREET, DKNISON, TEXAS. qoffin & zintgraff, notary public, ginchal Conveyancers, Real Estate, Insurance . • and Brokers. Office I aft Main Street ^ouis libbe, Dealer in foreign and domestic liquors, Kentucky Whiskies and Fine Cigars. star billiard parlor. ...

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