The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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( Ill K( II DIRECTORY.
ci Miu i;iaM> riiK; hv ikhus.
!•' vi i'S I'verv Sahhatli 11 o'clock
17::ii> p. in. It«-v. J. S. Weaver,
SuMiutli school every Sabbath
ii. iii. unit
lit 11:30 a. ui
riuAiiY ir.ui AN.
,-ht\ Up>■ i vcrv Sabbath at 11 o clock
n in. :iml :■■■ H> l>- in- Sabbath «ohool
ev« r. Salitiatb at 1>:;K> a. ai. '"rayer
meetingt \ < O Wednesday night at 7:J0.
Seivia-c* I'vcrj Habtmtli at 11 o'clock
a. m. anil ~:l"> I'- ui" Hev. J. A. Staf-
ford. iiastor. Sabbath school every
habbatb at ti:-I."> a. m.
superintendent. l'rayer meeting ev-
ery Wednesday night at 7;C0.
rreachingJBvery Sabbath morning at
11 a. ui. and7:110 j>. m. Klder Prltchett,
night at 7:30,
Sunday school every Sabbath
'1'. Harris. Biiuerlntend-
to 11:80 a. ui. 1\ Harris, superintend
I'rnyeriutetlng every W
rrenchliig every Sunday at 11 o'clock
a. tu. and 7:15 p. ni.. Sunday school
Sunday morning at 0:15 o'clock. T. C.
Calendar of District, (Jouuty and
CoiiimiHHlonero Court of Col-
Uisrmci Court: Hon. 1'. B. Muse,
Court convenes 1st Mondays in Jan.
uury and June of each year.
County Ooviit: M. U. Abernathy,
Court convenes for civil, crluiinlsl
and probate business 1st Monday in
March : 3rd Monday in May; 4th Mon-
dav in July : 2nd Monday in Oct. and
Snd Monday in December of each year
COMMi^MONKiisCortu : Convenes and
Mondays in February, May, August
and November of each year.
Ji iicn'a Coriu at Piano: Convenes
-llli .Monday In every month.
uameu uiunie a iou j.
A friend dropped into the of-
fice and told the following good
story : A lady on one of the
sugar plantations, a zealoua
Christian worker, had the little
negroes come to her to say the
oateohism. She requires only
that the scholars shall be clean-
ly dressed, and in case of diso-
bedience she does not hesitate
to administer the old-time dis-
A little negro named Joe
came in with his catechism,
when the following occurred :
"Joe, how many Qods are
"Why, Joe, don't "
"Joe, is it possible. '*
"Will you never learn "
"I am astonished "
"Ob, Joe, you are—"
This was too much, and Joe
received a sharp rap on his
ears and left in disgrace and
tears. Going out he met a little
nigger named Bill ooming in."
"War ye gwine, Joe ?"
"Use gwine home. Look yer,
Bill; how many Qods is der ?"
"Lord Joe! Don't yer know
dat much ? Dar's only one."
"Look yer, Bill, you gwine
in dar and tell Miss Grace dars
only one God she kill you. I
tole her dar was eight and she
almos' knocked me down !"
W. s. PhlllliH,
Joliii W. Mi Kinney
it. A. McLnrry,
W. II. Taylor,
S. 1'. Clardy,
'l ax Collector
People's Party Ticket.
J. 13. WEAVER,
Sauce for the Sex.
"Love laughs at locksmiths,"
she said to him encouragingly.
"Yes, darling, I know," he re-
plied, sadly, but not at No, 11
A forcible argument—Suitor
(persistently)—"Why do you
keep me waiting so long for an
answer? Remember that you
Habits Cured by Use
INCLUDING CIGARETTE SMOK-
The Habita of which Have A Minied
Hack Proportions u* to Become a
Malatla of the Human llody
and Nervous System,
Dkwdkop destroys the desire
for these growing evils, ns it
operates directly, when used,
on the mucous membranes of
the body by its specific eiiecls
on the vaso-iuoter nerve center,
imparting to capillary blood
vessels of every mucous sur-
face a healthy tone and elasti-
city. Every orgau of human
body is eithered lined or cover-
ed by a mucous membrane,
which nfl'ords a field of opera
tlon for this Infallible remedy.
Dkwdroi' may be used; in
tea or cofl'ee by the good wife
or mother and without the pa-
tient's knowledge or consent,
resulting in a permauent cure
within thirty to sixty days,
otherwise no oharge. Price
$1.50 per bottle.
For full particulars, address
Thk Southkkn Compounding
Dallas, Texas, U. S. A.
This is to certify that 1 was
cured of tlie tobacco habit of
40 years standing by the use of
Dewdrop. I have now no de-
sire for the weed.
J. D. Rouinson.
Denison, Tex., April 1, 1802.
Two of my sous were iuvet-
erate cigarette smokers. 1 put
Dewdrop in their cofl'ee for
three weeks. They are not now
found in the buru loft pufliug
Mrs. Viruik Wuioiit.
are growing older every min- Mittle Rock, Ark., May '2, lbU2
... , t) J Dewdrap saved my husband
She—"I know Pm cross at1 F J
time?, John, but if I had my
life to live over again. I ahonld i Brown87iile Tmm, F(jbruarj-
marry you just the same." He _a9
from filling a drunkard's grave.
Mrs. Julia Sands,
For Vice President:
J. G. FIELD,
For Governor :
T. L. NUGENT,
of Tarrant Co.
—"I have my doubts about
that, my dear."
"Someone said to-day that
the new minister preached over
the heads of the congregation.
1 used Dewdrop on my bus
band and cured him of both
tobacco and whisky habit by
putting the drug in his coifee
For Lieut. Governor:
For Attorney General:
J. H. DAVIS,
For State Treasurer:
W. W. DURHAM,
For State Comptroller:
C. C. DRAKE,
of Fort Worth.
Do you think so ?" "He didn't for four weeks. He had been a
preach over my head. I had J constant drinker and chewer
on my theater hat."—Life.
Wife—"Why, Harry, dear,
your beard is awfully long to
go to the opera, I think." Hus-
band—"Well darling you know
I haven't been shaved since you
went up stairs to dress.—Inter-
" It was awfully mean to de-
prive us of our votes that
way," said the feminine poli-
tician. "How did they accom-
plish it?" "Thej got a lot of
mice and turned them loose
for 20 years.
Mrs. Sallik Smootk,
Nashville, Tenn., January 14,
I shall ever be thankful for
Dewdrop. It cured my sons of
cigarette smoking and my hus-
band of chewing tobacco, i
used it in their tea and they
don't know to this good day
why they don't like tobacco.
Mrs. Etta Smith.
Fulton, Arkansas, March 5, '92.
We have thousands of 6uch
testimonials, but space prohib-
around the polls. "—Washing- its their use. Agents wanted.
For Lard Commissioner:
S. D. A. DUNCAN,
For Sup. of Public Instruction:
For Congress 5th Congres. Dis.:
R. \r. BELL,
FREE AM) UNLIMITED COINAGE OF
SILVER THE ISSUE.
He (after many days)—"Do
you think, as Borne do, that
love is a disease?" She (re-
sponsively and hopefully)—
"Really, I can't say what it is;
but I think—I—I am sure it is
catching."—Detroit Free Press,
"Doesn't Mrs. Maxwell be-
lieve in co-education of the
sexes?" Co-education? I should
say not! Why, she believes
that a girl ought to be raised
so carefully that when she sees
a man she will say,. "What is
that mamma?"—Brooklin Life.
Mrs. Harlem Heights.—"You
must not laugh and make fun
of everybody, Mamie."
Mamie.—"I don't oia^ma.
To Our Subscribers.
We are making a special ef-
fort to increase our list of sub
scribers to 2500 before the cam-
paign ends and to do this we
must have the aid of our friends
throughout the county. We
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earnestly entveat every sub-
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us at least one subscriber just
as early as possible and send
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We will give ti months subcrip
tion for only 50 cents and if cash
cannot be had wt are willing to
wait until fall for our pay. See
your neighbors and make an
effort to help us and you will
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Address. THE JJEWH.
The other day a little girl tell < ^ ye 0|jr gratitude,
off a board fence and all the1 ^ p
other children laughed ; but I
"That wafl right."
"Yes, I was the little girl that
fell oft the fence. I cried.''—
FREE TO THE AFFLICTED.
All who are suffering Irotn the effects
of Youthful Eerrors, Loss of Manhood,
Failing Powers. Gonorrhoea, Gleet.
Stricture. Syphilis and many troubles
which are the effects of these terrible
disorders will receive, F««k or rium.it,
full directions how to treai and pure
themselves at home by writing to (he
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Just as soon as you read this
oopy of the Democrat hand it
to your neighbor.
Don't wait for each other
but go to work and secure one
•ubacriber for the Djcmouoat.
Finance—We demand a na-
tional currency, safe, souud and
flexible, issued by the general
government ouly, full legal ten-
der for all debts, public and
private, and that without the
use of banking corporations,
jus', equitable and eftiuient
distiibution direct to the peo-
ple a: a tax not to exoeed 2 per
cent, per annum to be provi ded
as set forth in the subtreasury
plan of the fanner's alliance, or
some better system, also by
payments in discharge of its ob
ligations for public improve
A. We demand free and un
limited coinage of silver und
gold at the present legal ratio
of 10 to 1.
13. We demand the amount of
the circulating medium be
speedily increased to not leas
than $f>0per capita.
O, We deiuuna a graduated
D. VVe believe the money of
the country should be kept ns
much us possible in the hands
of the people, and hence de-
mand all state and national rev-
enues shall be limited to the
necessary expense of govern-
ment economically and honest-
E. We demand postal savings
_Anks be established by the
government for the safe depos-
it of the earnings of the people
and to facilitate exchange.
Transportation being means of
exchange and a public necess
ity, the government should own
and operate the railroads in the
interest of the people. The tele-
graph and telephone, like the
postoffice system, being necess
ary for the transmission of news
should be owued and operated
by the government iu the int-
erest of the people.
Land including all natural
sources of wealth is the heri-
tage of the people and should
not be monopolized for specu-
lative purposes aud alien own-
ership of land should be pro-
hibited. All the lands held by
railroads and other corpora-
tions in excess of their actual
needs and all lauds now owned
by aliens should be reclaimed
by the government and held for
actual settlers only.
Section 1. All the public
lauds of Texas remaining and
that can be recovered should
be reserved as homesteads for
actual settlers. All lands here-
tofore granted to individuals
or corporations ^n which the
grantees have not complied
with the conditions of the
grant should be forfeited to the
state for homestead purposes,
no alien ownership of lands
should be allowed in Texas;
corporations shall not be al-
lowed to own more land tliau
they actually use in the prose-
cution of their business.
Sec. 2. We favor an effect-
ive sj'steui of public schools
for six months in the year for
all children between the ages
of 0 and 20. We demand the
adoption of a uniform series of
text-books for the public
schools of this state and that
they be published at the ex-
pense of the state, which shall
be furnished to the children in
the schools at cost.
Sec, 3. We demand an
amendment to our state consti-
tution authorizing the loaning
of our permanent school fund
not otherwise invested upon
lands of the people of this
state at a low rate of interest
with proper limitations upon
the quautity of land and the
amount of money.
Sec. 4. We demand refor-
mation in the punishment of
convicts that convict labor be
taken out of competition with
citizen labor ; that convicts be
given intellectual and moral in-
structions, and that the earn-
ings of the convict, above the
expense of keeping, shall go to
Sec. r . We demand that
railroads be compelled to pay
their employes in the lawful
money of the country, and in
case of discharge then they
be paid at the neareBt station
immediately upon their dis-
bee. fl. We demand fair
elections aud an honest cvnit
of the votes, under either the
Australian or some similar sys-
tem of yoting.
Sec 7. We favor a railway
commission with power to fix
and maintaiu rates that will in-
sure equal and exact justice to
the people and the railways.
The commission to be compos-
ed of three qualified citizens of
the state to De elected by a di-
rect vote of the people. But
we regard government owner-
ship as the ultimate solution
of the railroad problem In the
limits of the state.
Sc. 8. We demand an effi-
cient lien law, that will protect
•ha 'artisan, mechanic, laborer
and material men.
Sec. 9. We demand that a
law be passed declaring eight
hours to be a legal day's work,
where it is not otherwise pro-
vided by contract.
10. We demand that the
maximum salaries of county
officers shall not exceed $2003
of any such office have beou
paid, aud that surplus in ex-
cess of suoh salary and expen-
ses shall be paid into aud be-
come a part of the available
public school fund of such
county and that said excess be
prorated iu such counties.
11. We demand the estab
lishmeut of the state bureuu of
labor. We favor the creation
of a state board of arbitration
to adjust all differences be
tween corporation and employ-
12. We demand that com-
missiouer's courts be not allow
ed to contract a debt ugainst a
county for more than $5,000,
unless the bp me be ordered by
a majority vole of the county
13. Wo favor such u change
in the coustitutlon as shall pro-
hibit national baukers and
members of railway, telegraph
and telephone companies and
their attorneys, or who sliaii
have held such positions with-
in two years prior to an election
from holding any legislative
or judicial office within this
A KATOBA-ti REX ED Y *OK
Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Hyster-
ics, SU Vitus Dance, Kerrouines*
Hypochondria, Melancholia, la*
ebrity, Sleeplessness, Du-
llness, llraia and Spi-
This medicine has direct action upon
the nerve centers, allaying all Irrltablll-1
Uus, and Increasing thn flow and power
of nerve fluid, it is perfectly harmless
and leavos uo uu pleasant eltucts.
i KiLlL liiuu-hio vimru*
Thl« trmtdrliM bocu i r«ipar«tt bjrth"
i'utor K>' • ulu, ui Fort vfavim. liid-i wltic
ui now under bit diiDoUua by Uiu
KOENIO MED. CO.. Chicago, III.
Solil by UruiiclaU at ft l ' UotUu O fur S3.
iAttttO tttio, VI.T3. OUotUMfornO.
THE QL.D DOCTOR'S
^Vid didtyt kijov/ v/lj&l to do;
•fill & Wise old frierid MM
jfr-—^ j . SOAP
Wljfi!%se lilll«kilteip,vasl)ri their niW
Will) tljisSOAPof arqUr ^
QuickC v&nisljed e&ci| sWn
"Were as brigl;! aijd soft ^
Clairette Soap-Made only by
The Truth From Alabama.
Editor Economist. You may
say to the world that the "poo
ple'a party" is ou top in Ala-
bama, as we have more than
two-thirds of all the county of-
ficers in the state.
In this, the seventh Congres-
sional district, we curried every
county, and today have every
county in the district, So tell
our brothers in Congress to
hold the "fort" for iu Novem
ber we will send help.
We will carry this state in
November for the people's par-
ty ticket by a good majority.
I have beeu at work every day
since I returned from Omaha,
and as a result we have over -1,-
000 majority in my district for
the people's party. Success
to the people's party and the
GKO. P. GAITIIKU,
Chairman Ex. Com. F. P. Ala.
w '..ADIES' FAVOniTE
ALWAY8 RXLlABLfl aud perfectly ThJ
conu (aUmtM) lor i «rUoular«.
I>11. W\hi> Office, 120 N. Dtli SI. 8t
Iff IUH, AkHihU famtl, M d fKUltrTli.Tn
. JmVuWFEE. Superintendent, Marion"
i ©an net aval n a1>1o accrot thai
auu a rubber ahiobi l««r
Mrs. V, M. APP. CO.
812 line St , Ft. Louihv Mo
PrWIWuro Of UrturM, HaMum. ApparMM, I.
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offlri-r. (It u IW trots •• NUIm llifhMl ul
. - — i. M ( A VIaamAIMK HIAAI
m. !C1« mil on. Health. Atvw*.*- ,
tic HUftCV AVTT.AI>Y."ranloyodoruii<.rarloy <l,
• |j A YltClu MII make till* lor n Itw tiouli wor*
bach day- (Salary or com*
All. II. BkN.IAMIN «$; Co..
8121'lue Street, St. 1-ouU. Jlo.
The Old Reliable
flCPlftt RT.LOPU.MO. infill itttntlM
UrriUCi giY«0t all<lli «iUK-9ortroiiMr*tn ntala
or fainaie. married t r Iimoulit af out by
ciVoiurftKbiiMPii. *ot ltu|trc<prletlfC
THE OLD DOCJOR,
fioiiftullad by u. i\\ «niii> ofD« a, ftk« of charfd«
WHfliabh, Skillful Treatment CuaranlMd.
DocrJ anal amrUiMUM tiiriiliU.il totbeo wha
d'ilr. c n. IwuU i'. 0. .tMuiaJt r
k*DCC (tn jTorvon* Pebtllty, T.ontVitality,
Tlir.u, \WiWkueM Mill Dccy. euutlneolul
I30U. l'oHauo. Attttrosa It'ltcnr.
Dr. Waiiii & Co., l'J'J N. I th Street, St,
An AgKrosslvo Campaign.
New Yokk, Aug. 25.—The
national exf:utive committee
of the people's party has decid-
ed that the eastern heudquar-
be opened immediately at 405
Washington street, Bostou. G.
P. Washburn is selected chair-
man to preside over the head-
quarters. It was resolved to
put up a full state ticket in
each of the states represented,
Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode
Island, Connecticut, New Jer-
sey, New York, Pennsylvania,
and Maryland. Plans for an
aggressive campaigns ib each
of these states were mapped
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(St, Louis, Ark. it Tex. R'y.)
ST. LOUIS, CAIRO, MEMPHIS
And nil point, bcyonti.
Dr. C. F. BROWN'S
3B YEARS ^
WILL POSITIVELY CURE
Rheumatism. Lamo Back. Stiff
Joint., Sprains, Brulaas, Cramps,
Lumbago, Pain or Inflammation from
anycan.a<; at«o Hpnvln, Ulnubonc, Splint, Gall, or
Bcmw WonuIn«tock. Price, 25 Cts.
I Famous fiamidy of I Famous Physician.
C. F. BROWN CHEMICAL CO..
ttoU) rroprioiwn. SSI Mm bL, Jim Yoci
I . - !L J ' .■ AJJ.JIJ-WHW i i1
Something for Mer-
chants to Think
In in.nr of our town. Ihrre are thcua' who rt .
.Im their clothing TO OBUF.lt, tVhllent
|hr «ime (Imp there are no e'a.tom tailor* In
ttirlr •iuliiii/ u,ion wuom lii.y uau rclj for
proper .trie., prloe. etc.
To meet >ucb a demand, thl. branch of our
b-.ifilneioa ha. Iieen «xpre..ly e«tal.ll.bed. anal
Iisb been tor many year. In .uccm.IuI operation.
The ery general f&tUfactlun with which our
work hn. been receive d, cuaxlee u. to KU.rantee
that, by adopting our method, you «III be able to
bullal up a good cuitom trade i. your town and
rtolnliy, wblch, a'lcrn fair trial, will be both
Mll.faa.tor>" to your cuttcoier* nnd proQtable to
Our g.rmra:. lit nnd are comtorUibk> to the
WMrer.. We .re not at all in aympaiby with
tb. loo prevailing Idea that auvtiiiko wiu.no for
what I. termed roi'Ri.r oiantn*. Our line of
wtmple. repre>.Dt. the l.ent niaknt of foreign
and domeatic maoufaetureni, and, togather with
trimming., workmaonhlp. etc , our work can be
relM cpor a. Mngmperior to lint <jf moat of
We kpO|> no rraily-inaals clothing whatercr.
nwlthrr do we emp|>iy cheap uroog vtntKK*, but
on lb. ontrary, all garmenU are cut and made
oxprmwly to ;our oril.ra, by th* beat a'uatom
cutt.r* attainable, And Ukdor onr p«nonnl mper
W. dealre U place our Una cf .ample, with
aome good liouae In evory tewn where auch n
lleld rxl.ta, and lor tbl. purpa>«> III tile corre.
pond.mae from .11 re.pon.lble honae. de.lrlng a
lino of aatnplrj.
A. O. Van Tine & Co.,
77 Chambers Strfeet, New York.
Free Reclining Chair Oars
aud Pulman Bullet Sleepers
2 DAILY TRAINS
Anil all point* beyond.
THK ONLY LINE delivering i>u-
•enuers to eoiineetlng road, nt il KM-
1*11 IS without u long niiil illan^ri'ebble
oirmlbu. tmuafer ncruax the city.
TIIE ONLY LINE with tlirm.nl.
sleeping car oervlce betweeli
and MKiMI'llia, ^
THE ONLY LINE with through
enr lervlce between M KM I'll IS und
point. In CKMTKAL TKXAS.
The Shortest Route
TO ALL POINTS IN THK
All Texas lines have through tickets on
TheCott on Belt R oute,
Kutefe, maps, time tahleg ghd all
Inroriiiutloii will he cheorf'ully lunilsh-
de on apultcnUon to any nijuitt of the
IL M.< nrtcr, W. II. W,il«.field,
11 Wor«'> Texarkana
H. (J. FLEMLNU,
Mw<.r and Oliiof Koglneer, I.lnee of Tu
if you wish to pet value re
ceived during 1K92, take The
Go to work for the Dkmoobat
and help to boost our subscript
J. & C. FiSCHEl
. HAVE MANUFACTURED
Over 90,000 Piani
WILL A. WATKIN MUSIC Co.,
20U Main Street,
Dallas, - - Tei
Pianos, Organs, Guitars,iBanjos Etc
Write for Pricea und Description of "Oar New
Great Texas State Fair & Dallas Eiposi
Cpns Gotobjr 17Ut &ad Cle>«« Oetobir 30th.
LAKORK AND ORAKDRIt THAN MV8B. NRW PRATORttS. NRW ATT*ACTt«<l
NKW RXHinrr#. C.l.logu*., fretalua UM., bet rnfTawaMS, Call* ruBf."**
M ap|illc ilon,
t. I. SCUHKIDKB, hwllMl,
C. A. COlIt* <
Farmers of Collin County
The undersigned have opened Jup an^Implement IIous* i#
Kinney and handle " -
B. F. AVERY & SONS COODS-
We take this method of Informing you that we •**
market and desire a share of your patronage,
BRISTOL & POKf*^
Old Postoffice Building, MoKinney, TexM*
• -i«. Art. liiii
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1892, newspaper, September 1, 1892; McKinney, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191743/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.