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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 May 1890

S. H. COLE «j«r,City Engineer, and Notary Public. I 10:- Work In all parta of the county, at- ndf<l to promptly and carefully at | tsonabie rata*. ' rOllloe with J.ukluc 4 Pearson. M'KIWNEY, TKX. THE DEMOCRAT. u accono um *TTK*. R. M. BOARD tarw Dry Goods. Il handle, the beat gooda and aalla ftr Uie lowest price*. Spend J our mm with him. VOL. 7. M KINNEY.TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22,1HW). NO. 1<> •4^-DR. GEO- WILKIN8,-5>= i J. 8. Jenkins, ATTORNEY-ATL AW, I MiKiuney, : : Texas. I Oltlof n ar tl. C. H.rndo.'i drup atom, North ; irrai enronr public iNjuarx THE DENTIST, Who captured the first premium on artificial teeth, and ?erytiling else pertaining to dentistry at the Texaa State Fair land l)allas Exposition, 1888, has put in more than 3,000 Sets of Teeth | Pat in the first year otlice was opened. 1 will continue to put in artilicial teeth for $6.oo A SET GOLD FILLING $i.oo, Call and sue new method teeth without plates, that will not drop nor get loose, nor injure the remain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 May 1890

IC1 i tthli: obb< lis' ft rai Tu- tu an iSS. ins reac lei ige |p°D Ca |iinf pet |bec >roi SVii p, ct | it v I to 1 lot mi V u late in t I Mr I sue II Lb Jrifl jota Ind lift lea' it o ow tT- to >ol m loe lou a. in me f J rill b |oc tt :o It el it td ,-a |li ui lej |y re 1 |i it- lii f Iuj 1. c« lH \ jilt u r h i iio SiitwcHliiioM Katks: One Your, #1 .ftO l"ivtii NontliH, l.OU Nix Month* 76 1'hrt'r •• 40 Out' AdvorllMiiiK Unti'w. One column 1 yenr $100,00 Half column 1 year ftd.OO l-iiicli wtiiKlc folumii 8<(I0 Local iicliii'8, f> cent* per line foi each Insertion. Otiltuarle* ol more limn 10 lliu'c w ill lie charged for nt onr usual rates. All contr icts will be charged Tor In proportion to the above. Address. i)KM0CKAT I't ll. Co., McK inner, Texes. of said journal proceeded, on views with alarm (?) the teu the loth inat., to hunt an "owl demy to crush out "lli« inod- roost." eratiug and restraining ouu- With undaunted courage servatism of Northern financial these eue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 May 1890

THIS WILL INTEREST All who wsh to save a few dollars en M SPRING and SUMMER KDODS. Please read this ; take it home figures on the l l ■ e with you and give it to your wife, mother, sister or neighbor. Prices given here are marked in plain goods, and can be found any day in the week, except Sunday, at the Dress Goods. PKK YAKD. Humer t>ilk 2f>o linu silk, 86 to H5c Midfonie Moire silk, f>()o [IiihI lawn, 3 1-3 to (J 1 -4c print, 4 to fie style eh allien l-3c t. sliirtintr printr, r>c lite lawn (extra qttulilv) He unbailed muslin 5c <1 and stripe pique 5c i ftiinti plaid white good*, (very handtouie) 10c f wool nun's veiling 10c f debege 10c I line HHiiiio H 1-3 to 15c «rted rutins m <1 j;tMiliums 25 pools &}Mi twist 5c uulh silk I bread. 25c ools Clink's C"tt< n 25c 'i w v ' 'i* • , 'I «i ' V I T Jf c-t n W ii/ri Boots and Shoes. _ calf boot stock plow shoes tl plow shoes I's dress shoes Dur *1 50 and $2 0() shoes f shoes 1 to 4, per pair iren's slippers, all...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 May 1890

SUNDAY BEADING. 18 WVfc t d d - in th the i -mitt tin* n' SOME tiLlillM'S REFLECTIONS 1'OK ItUi DAY Of KI.'ST. Only Vtiatprllile—Leva for Lotx-MM't Itrialinn tn thn Infinite tin Fmuliu<*M, Kir. r tpiliii«. Only footprint* m patliwnxn I rum muiix u buuir; Km one* unio koii-u 'Nest's llMVl'll'i bllle llOllie. Unit footprint* in \y<• \s here « ami ut i rod, While treniblini; mill feal' Ami ti'tuUni; In (>011. .rluK Only footprints on mountain* Mv It'w one* ol oltl; Yet tlic meaning tlicy ix inc us lu tlit' Volume tk told. Hilly footprints In ile crt« Iti'vond hum an ken : ■J'ln' loolprllit* of toll*I* fr'or the progress of men. Only footprint" on \\at«r , Hut "lli* not nfriiid The) were footprints of tlenus, TlioiiifU in l. tl tin y rtiid. Onl> footprint- wherever M e'tl roitie ninl we'd go: (iod giiiirtl it- uud uuide u That thorn* footprint* 111:1) i>bow. It. K. Hr ad bury. 1.01 u t or l.o% e. \\ itli all trials thou bast tried me — 1 Hi, my tiod: I have known not w he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 May 1890

• " IS I AhH Ol* I.Hi PIM/ICS UK iim* are udi I.VII 71 DEMOCRAT SUPPLEMENT. MtKlNNEY, TEXAS, MAY -J'J. 1800. E W. Kirkpatrick has been C. R lis udell of Sherman was The Hpeeeh Itotli Fit tlic Pr«*. sick tor the Iuht week, in the*city last week. ol,f The speech with which Oil- verCromwell turned parliament out of doors in 1653 has com* to light through the researches of Dr. Wolfgang Michael, and (here itt si route evidence that it is authentic. It was this: ' It Judge Gray of Allen was in Mr. Harper of iIt*- i'lano En- the city last Monday. ijuirer was in the city last Sat # urday. Noah B. Miliican of farmers- , , ville \va in the city lust Mon- day. Ice fx., Cl Itlu |uii. tr if -tr. Jj't lite to . u sat li'i hi in Ian IWI If tii |in, |er y \« • Jin Id tl it; u I ri [e t* —. It went u (into a law I in an should [lie c. C. D. be proud of tiers. MtMiWl'M i\ Mrs. llarrtett Wilson and her daughter, Jennie, visited Dal las and the Fort Worth spring is iiij^ti time for iiim to put un palac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 May 1890

IO-. From Parker. Another Hull Worm Kennedy. To the News. McKinney, Tex.—Ah I learn that you arc anxious to gather all useful items pertaining to > our (rreat agricultural interests I otter a plan worthy of a trial ' at least, an a preventive 'for ! the ravages of the hull worm, and do not wish to clip the r. Bradley, one of Parker's wings of the man or dispar ving merchants, has bought age his remedy by planting store at Willow Sprtngsand I the castor bean among the oot- I mow there soon to take ton with a view of destroying them by purging them to death. My plan is to plant four rows of corn and then tw 'iity rows of cotton alternately in all late planting, which will sup ply the worm with a food he like* better than the cotton bolls, as it is generally under stood and conceded that the corn worm at d the boll worm are one and the same. A reli able and trustworthy gentleman informs me that a farmer in the here southern part of (iroyson coun- ty last year tried planting corn lat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 May 1890

S. H. COLE ejor, Clljf Engineer, and Notary Public. —:o:- fork In all part* of tho countv. at- lo promptly ami carefully ut table rates. Jtlice with Jeukln* A Pearson. M*KIKNLV,TKX. THE DEMOCRAT. KHTERED AT THE POSTOrriCE, M'KINMCV, TE** i AS accOMO CLASS MATTER. R. Itt. BOARD Dry Goods. H« handlM th* beat m4 Mfltflf the low nt prlaaa. Spend IMM M with bin. VOL. 7. M KINNEY, TKXAN. THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1890. NO. 17. *3=^DR. CEO WILKINS,-^- J. S. Jenkins, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, McKinney, : : Texas. omor nTsr It. C. Herodoa's drug atom, North er.et corner public Miuurr roil i mi-s * uoi.r.iiA. M'. M. METZ, M I>. HomoBopathic Physician and Surgeon MrKINNK. V, TEX AH, Chronic, dlsotet lid iliso sea of wo- . men hiki clillilren n siicoinlty. All onlls, day or night Ht bis office will bo prompt- iv intended to. Ollioe lit) stairs In Stltt's building. S. W, Lathum, <\ j Huron 8t., S'lul-oys .a Wis., Kuv. 13, IBM. I Inv. UIoJ Bt.Jiu-obtOil ti.' clilckeuchoUn With grcnl WW co-« F.vcry fowl llt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 May 1890

THE DEMOCRAT It ALLOT HKrnitM. Ki ITKI> AND rrBL181IKl> vote tho'n. like ho many cattle, uul) , i i . M li«l !'.if otiH cumtidate wn> Several i-aues ugo we pe tried U(.Ue, A„H|raiilt(t v ,, m Ru tho Hamnrrat 9iikli Kln<r Onmnanu ar',0'H "J oil this SllbjeCl has uIm> deal I a il. < I! i t .v l<i BjftHe Democrat Publishing Company, and at the same time promts* -i n«-u-t p*ddiia#a th-poiKm oily oiiicinl ballots fan he de- KCMCKirTIOM lllTU: One Your, r.ivfht Mentha, Mix Months. Three " Olll' Aclv«'l*tlMllltf KlIlt'H. t > give our readers further ill formation in the future There M 1 Kl) l'oOire #«vwal questions of state 75 aud national importance en- 40 gaging the minds of the people to-day, but we dare say that none more than equals that of ballot reform. The spirit of progress is in the air, regard- lees of the fact that hypocriti- cal politicians aud a few moss posited and they can be ob tiiine only after the electors have enter I the voilug booths " From .lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 May 1890

INOUNCRMENTS. •ail •AOui -■'.000 : HI,000 I ",000 111,000 10,0110 to.tmo 10,000 Ift.UK) 60,1 NJO -- ,JK) urno 7.500 40,US ■Ji.'.tao (Ml. NTS. itr riiuh y it'efd Hired tilt y .l«. il|K*r- ' In) |« i liter- tre#*- ile- of all it"r. New! <1 lei. I'm cut «• or iimg«.j New I I' Sul it fill. I sr. tii'o, 8 1 lutam, : ' wf Waft I tf. IEE ■ h «. 1 fwi* I he I to ka | to] f°p] I- Ifor list I \bt to P-I in i lire nulliorlr.wl to announce It. I). $(>N at- it ciiikIIiIhic for re-olec- ilie ntlicf of ropri'Mcntntive to j\v -r U"u*« of tb« state li-gUinture. )nn autliorUwl o> atinouiiraJOHN >WKN ii* a <-nii'ililiiif for coin mi*- ' of |ireolnot No. "J. iCAL MEWS. hierti Ditto wii in Uie city (Week. Obituary. David L). linker departed this lite March 28, 181)0, lit tilt* re i deuce of lilt* him, Juhii Buk-e, ueur Ruck lltll, 'IVx., uued 8S years 'J hii>tiI Iih it11< 1 ID duy. lie was born in Bakcrsvillc, Mitchell (tlieti Yuncy) county, N. C, .Ihii. U, 1801. Hit wim colonel of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 May 1890

' W H*l imo' ID Idly | I) sratt in Mi • BU* M tte 1 inl laoti laud Is lif Mica Hi ,'er-i lillov t< pu pri is I (lot Iboi id t - ic lont re, |wU I mh % gi CO ite ml ked «Ta 1 Hi t ui- Ike |by -Wl V ? ■ •in I , 'Hi kiu >P ik I !" 'J3SA8TI AN MOHEV'b SPRING POEM Th* |'4 ' j. liuur wiui#r tMr cluV# tain iu'fi<| to ItH'f — Art' u« um* |Nf < mii r.v on Vm—ni * wnt tttakt tb* u r mi k i H — Hi# flirt hi h**ii v« t>* t li< \ cttaa il««> hill* *it It Win'* mi *IM H 'H . Ai* t lien t li« jnll\. hill* tiny tu** ri^ht lnu'k 'it!* flow. i> i it* Mirtii, imiu na\<* Iwii no Mtilf nli front > innuiflti Jolt pl.t* li«*r un*hlii« |>)iii t« i on nil itbont tin l it; *n n n I ui' aln .«•*! ivnllvro down U r tonic of wnfm miii', oft tli# l lu«*i . an* tl-< ii i *# «i|\ ii to try tlie (long a^iii I n# brooi that* l*vii u ginmltiur on wa.v unVtn**Mtli thi* uon. Break* into ui#)} n Inttiu it imiki*ii tiie Mar flohrra grow \n' nil tli« w illri bud* i«nt ruah out in m thro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 June 1890

Work In all parti or the county. at- tended lo prompttf and care fully at rratoniible rates. MTUIIlce with Jeuklnt A Pearaoa. M*K!NN EY, TEX. CRAT. KNTCRKO AT TMt POSTOrriOK, M'ftlNNgV, TIM), sssm CLACS MIL MATTCM. Dry Goods. He handlea the beat i_ the lowest prleaa. Bs with blu. VOL. VII M'KINNEY. TEXAS. THI JUNE 5. 1890. NO. 18. !. CEO WILKINS,-^- i J. 8. Jenkins, ATTORNEY-ATL AW, McKlnney, : : Texas. Ofllc* o .r If, fleruduu't driiK dor*, North •hi corn** public ttiuurr P eurna m. * . met/, m i>. " , Physician and Surgeon MtKlNNKV, TEXAS. Chronic dl*eae* nri dite to* of wo- men and children u specially. All calls, day or night at hi* office will be prompt- ly attended to. Office no *tiilr* In Still'* building. A [Alt CASK. S. W. Lathum, THE DENTIST Work in city or country. Leave orders at Wilson's res taurant, McKiuney, Tex. Who captured the Hrst premium on artificial teeth, and thing else pertaining to dentistry at the Texas State Faf >a)las Exposition, 1888, has put in mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 June 1890

THE DEMOCRAT KDiTKO AXP ITIH.ISIIKD l'olltiral Slavery. ——■ ' slept that in hIIIU fguln llTON lever de the le re Li t lei Pie f wil ir. < J nte tha Ibaei }' «*• Iran] L'o-d ma ■any Is8. last lath (lett re i Irs a lain Tiold o loot ou the beautiful Inland was made ao teirlble t< The writei has no objection*! them by the late of I be war. „ ,, n ... .. d | to the forming anil supporting Their m- dest resting place i a By tha Democrat PublishingCoispany. Gf p0ii,u^i parties wh«-u the ,:°l c^rcei> an an. m ■ii i . • i • i extent at one edire of ttit* iuve jsame ii done in an upright Jj,loVtJ of > uUl^ ul lUe luumu'i . l Ut llir UU-tUOitS* uoilhwt-M poiut of ill*4 Jiitir employed in these l ater days island. Among tbo shaded are certainly undemocratic, mounds geuerous KurtiMfMlf once more strew the graves with (lowers of pity, forgiv ness and remembrance. Frou. the rising ground beyond is the old prison grouud. and tbe few buildings that still remain are decaying memories of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 June 1890

•mate vm ,a* ' m rlcu sr.- i |h7 . rr«4| N MILLINEY. ANNOUNCEMEN TS. ATTENTION, LADIES! "* I - & it—4> -J—"*" With our usual liberali- ty we come to the front, and will offer the great- est bargains in a depart- that will benefit the fair sex. THE Millinery Department. This New Enterprise Under the entire super- vision of Mrs. Marshall has been a great success, and as the season is fast advancing we want to show our appreciation by making TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS FOll THE NEXT 30 DAYS We will offer all kinds of ladies' hats, flowers, and ribbons at greatly reduced prices. Anyone wishing to purchase hats will do well to come and see us. Hats trimmed to order on short notice. Respectfully, . Aron. MILLINERY. ■OOAI. HEWS. 'you want lots of groceries little money go to 8hruder ryan. 1. E. K. Kudolph of the snvllle Headlight was Btnil- [anions his friends in this last Saturday. for fresh groceries at low FCea go to Shrader & fan. lere was not the usual rd here last Monday. The le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 June 1890

' jTl SV I - | M le 1° lie f I w ir. In |«l 1' ru ju In Is Li- te M | ■ I MOW TO HANDLE A CUsa ■ and Adtlft to llnjr. Iljr u Veteran tpprla- mat. Let me tell you Urn lo leurn 'o nhii n •iioigmi It ii a vcrjr tlmpie thing w!H'ti once you have umsterr I ii, Lift the weapon with both hand*. I lie right clasping the itlocU Just below the ■uard. ihii led aupportiiiK tIi • barrel*. Look with both eve* steadi'y at tho oh Ject to be ahot in, nu.I nl tho s'liiH lime brltt£ the mi,I rlli of the bauvl* straight under tlie lino of v.von of tln< right eye. Pull tin trlijucr instantly. Wbeu you are retulv to qo into the Reld to shoot game i ou iuum keep well in mind the following rule! (01 bitmlilii# t ur gun; HEADY I Never Icl the muzzle of your pieen total at any person. 8. Alwaya carry your gun with the muzzle pointing away from von. !t. When climbing n fence put your gun over first, after Inking out both •holla 4 Never drnc :i gun towards you. Nearly half the accidents Hint have happened t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 June 1890

S. H. COLE Bmreior, Cllj Engineer, and Rrtiry Public. Work In all parts of the countr. at- tended to promptly and carefully at reasonable rate*. juP*oitice with Jeuklu* 6 Pearson. M'KfffNKY,TF.X. =H THE DEMOCRAT. bntchcd AT THE pobtofnce, ■'RINNBV . BIAS. IWjjn 1- ~ a* second OLAaa hail matter. do to R. M. BOARD 'ox TOUT Dry Good*. He handle* the boat goods and mOa k( the lowest prtoaa. Spend jour mm with hliu. VOL. VH. M'KINNKY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JUNK \± 1890. NO. 19. **=^DR. CiEO. WILKINS,-^ «l. 8. Jenkins, ATTORNEY-ATLAW, McKinney, : : Texus. Offlo* o r H. 0. Htrodou'i drug (lore, North w.et oorn.r public *uuar« JACOBS Q]^ I WRECKED BY B000LERS Who captured the first premiuta on artificial teeth, and everything elite pertaining to dentistry at the Texas 8tate Pair and Dallas Exposition, 1888, has put in more than 3,000 Sets of Teeth Pat in the first year office was opened, in artificial teeth for I will continue to put $6.00 A SET GOLD FILLING $i.oo, Call and see new method teeth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 June 1890

Ill I I e |iii DJ ?r ill id a le It THE DEMOCRAT KU1TKU AND PfBl-lKllKD By the Oemociat Publishing Company. e-i'iwcHinioN Ratm: Que Vour, 9>.50 Kiglit Montlia l.OO HI* Moutlia, 7ft I'liroo " 40 Hork for Governor, Out* AdvtM'llMiuir Hntoa, One column I vear fioo.oo Half column 1 year 66.U0 l-lncli (tingle column N.00 l.ocnl net Ices, A cents per line foi cub inter!Ion. Oldtuurie* of more tlian 10lines will be < barged for it uur usual rates. All contracts will be charged for in proportion to tbe above. Address, Dkmockat l'l'h. Co., McKlnney, Texes. THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1690 EDITORIALS. Yes, sir, llogg. W-h-e-w-e-e! iiier resort! Cook! Der- "1 see the star of hope aris kl ing."—Oppressed fanners. Ob, uiy ! Judge Cook "must save the democracy." Back ! back! longer throttle the people; How dare you the wishes of The Texas Farmer ia doing good work for Hogg and the commission. We clip from the Farmers- fille Times some good demo- cratic sentiments. That Dallas nomination was made to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 June 1890

Sfs Sf '5 " , - - l fji ■ ■ l| : 1 1. IOUNCEMENTS. Itilliorlmt to announce h. i). ut> a candidate for ro-elec- olHci of representative to jinnae of tbt; Hlulti li'K'fluiuru. .itliorl/.etl toamiouiic.ii JOHN hh u talHlilnle Tor eouiuilH- elnut No. 'J. miiIh.iI/.ihI to niinniinoe the T. ANDIIKWS HH u cundl- (tlee of tlie Pence Precinct |e enaulng November ele- L. NEWS. Mid see ihu new khe Nickel store. Mid, Tom thin week. Dies has i't spend all your fforp railing at the ft*. ilnr grocery flrtu of it* Sltrudei A: Hry- V. Buwett was in metropolis last hand lamps and Itchen lamps reudy I cts ut the Nickel I mi purchase your jail on Shruder & I get, their prices u slight rain Sun Shrader & Hry- 1 produce. They more for it than in Mc Kinney. | Board is still on purge stock of dry- * he will sell cheap rs of Collin conu- fnt lots of groceries ley go to Shrader >f our citizens took Ejpicoic last Salur , groceries ut to Shrader low & rite cnp« und cuu- the Nickel store. ring...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 June 1890

: Hi THE PRACTICAL FARMER. lotoi Selactioni from LsdioR Writers on t AfriouHtiral Mitten 4 Profiubl. Iiuuu ll that of Eamuf ?,.oltry Good Fr «b Buttermilk mid Frssh Uf ■Cars W««d*d in •luek.mlthlug ■ Mats for th* Haatewif* far* lit R>lilii| '•>nil nr. Mo t fwmers ivu«i the poultry jour- nals or nrllflet. on iniultfj in our farm pit pom with a great many mental reservation*. .•*p< cinlly when the que*- lion of jiioiit i* t routed. A- u general rulle the condition* n* to market are not *o favorable on the farm at it t* to thone who constitute the majority <>t our poultry writer*. 1'hey are geoer- jlly breeder* cf thorough bred stock mid live close to the best tmirk"% de- vote their whole time to the business and have the "inside" as to lioth quaU ity and price*. Hut aside from these we judge the diflorence in pro lit* i* accounted for principully in the ques- tion of caii!. We often bear it said '•if we only got the price*" of aoin supposed favored locality "then we cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 June 1890

J S. H. COLE Tejor, Cltj Engineer, ud Notary Public. | —:o:— I Work In til pnrtu or the county. at- I ndnl tc promptly and ouruluily ut | tsonable rute*. 'Office with Jenkins & l'eorion. MWIKNKV.TKX. _ m THE DEMOCRAT. VOL. VII. CNTCRtft At TNB POOTOFUCC, M'lllNNCV. TIIAB. M SCCONO CLASS MAIL MATTER. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. R. M. BOARD iter«v Dry Goods. H« ths b«ti % Uie lowest prlceo. Spend jour with him. NO. 20. **=^.DR. CEO WILKINS, ; fy THE DENTIST Who captured the first premium on artificial teeth, and [thing else perfuming to dentistry at the Texas State Fail Dallas Exposition, 1888, has put in more than ,000 Sets of Teeth i the lirsl year oflice was opened. I will continue to put rtiiicial teeth for $6.00 A SET GOLD FILLING $1.00. Call and see new method teeth without plutes, that will not nor get loos*, nor injure the remaining teeth, or make the hsore. See samples of Continuous Gum Teeth, Gold i*s, Gold Crowns and Porceluin Fillings. Etuerul Crowns 9 to...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 June 1890

THE DEMOCRAT r* ic It ih kt< >1 I H si te XDITKD AND IH'BUSHED Bf the Democrat Publlsbinc Cooipiny. _ Suaacurnox Hates: One Year, fl.AO GiKht Monthi, l.OO Six Mouths, 7ft riiroe •• 40 One Advci'liMlug Hnton. THKCAKTOON. That Mercury oar too i was a "hun." It ^-ib styled a "Po litical coon bunt." with Clark. Cook. Wheeler, Hall, Barrey, Shepartl, IMo ami Bouiiei up the anti-commission tree, while Huge, Torn Brown, Ma lone (of the Fort Worth Ua zette) and Gibbs prancing around thetree,keeping tlte cen- taur coons at bay. A horny AuMvcr to the lixnitiiiier. MoKinkky, June 10. 18'K). It is bt range that the Exami- ner has m-aily all the legal lal- eut of Cuilin couuty, unci near- ly ull ihe money laleut, the corporation talent, and com ! platform, and claim he does not favor the railroad commission aniens he is forced by his oath. Here is what he says in his printed plaifortu on railroad commission: "lu case the present amend- ment to ihe constitution i~- biues trusts and railroad...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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