The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1892 Page: 4 of 4
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II K (liTH E
<>r Collin County
toil ami i'< \,i* (ntrrtl
Going North, Ni
1 .mi v
A rrl \
>• • u " '.';USp.
Unfit 1.1110 ItUllfOlKl.
,8:27 a. in.
r.;00 p. m,
| LAND AND LOAN SYSTEM IN
A NEW FORM.
.Monetary Medium,-Con tinned.
by roor. a* r. a. wtiuio.
By Aimi.iaky money I mean
is 1 said in the previous chap-
t«r a paper money istned in
lit u of fiat money ; which ie
circulated on private iecuri-
liea, but ulso guaranteed to the
bearer by the nation.
From the fact tbat liat moil-
i:t Arrive* S:2I a. in.
s •• <•:& a. ur
2 7:0ft p. m.
2 " M'Jt a. in.
' " i);Wp. r>. *)'> to lbe e*,ent ,liat
money is inconsietant, based on
the resources, property and fi-
delity of the nation, answers
most satisfactorily every pur-
pose as a medium of exchange,
the auxiliary money could be
t5! for no other purpose than mere-
ly an assistance or special priv-
ilege to such persons, or as a
Ailv«M*tl i nr Uatow. factor for prompt money rais-
line ccluinn 1 8° "> *<""" • «
if column l year M-00 in exercising such power must
l-inch single column ia-°° j0 8t) without partiality, unless
Local nctlees, 7 contB per line foi
Biff lit Months,
throe " ••••
eacli insertion. Obltuorlea ot more
than 10 lines will be charged for at our
Ail contr utH will be charged for in
proportion to tin above.
F. C. Tuomiwon, Proprietor,
McK inner, Texes.
ouly favor the class who right-
fully need such assistance ; for
otherwise it would not be just
Respective to the govern
ment giving assistance in way
of loans, I look upon it the same
as the goverumentgiving assis-
tance in other matters. Iu the
CCMIIKIU.ANO ruyuYTRuiAV. counties, if there are any who
Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock have met with misfortune at.d
a. ni.and7:;iu p.m. liev. - - jjave uo money nor can get no
iiHKtor. Sabbath school every Sabbath ' °
ht !>:3o a. m. superintend- work to do, the government ex-
«nt* tends them assistance by giv-
every sabbath at ii o'clock ing them refuge in the alms-
Sab- house until they can get work
":!10 p. in., Kev. G. A. itus-
a. in. and
sell ptutor. Sabbath school every
bath at •.•::«) a. .n. l'laver meeting an(j take care 0f themselves
,M■ again ; and doe. not have the
Seivicis >very saimath at ii o'clock almshouses for the benefit of
ii. m. unci 7:l.r> i . in.. Rov. Klndtforiws- .1
tor. Sftbbntu ichooi every ^ubbath Rt tbuae who have money by tlie
0:15 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wed- , i
nesday night nt 7:u>. tnousanas.
cumsTiAK. 1 So, respective to government
'.'reaching every Sabbath morning at i loang • if the government can
11 a. m.and7::i0 p. in. bldcr ~ i.
pastor, s tin (lav school every Sabbath issue money at one per cent on
to P:;in a. ill. 'I'.llarris, superintend- . spr„ritv fus is now
ent. Prayermtetingevery Wednesday private security in now
night at 7*:!W. done to bondholders or bank-
Preaching every Sunday nt 11 o'clock
ing fraternity on their bonds)
a. in and T:I5 p.'m., ltev. Sims pastor, it should do SO to those who
Sunday school Sunday morning at 0:4fi _s .i-.p.-ii,, „on„i, an i«
o'clock. T.c. Perry, superintendent, rightfully need such assist-
CuluiidarotDistrict,CJount^ and ance- -A-1 least Bhonld do so
alike to nil in limitod amounts,
in view merely as an assistance
and not solely for speculative
purposes; say not above live
hundred dollars to any one
The kind of wealth or prop-
erly as satisfactory security
lor uersons to obtain such
loans would differ nt different
times and under different cir-
cumstances, and such as Con-
gress would deem practical and
expedient by law to establish.
So, all who would have wealth
Tax collector, as security which would be ex
County*Trersurer,' eluded by the law as satisfac-
i t'lnit v surveyor. tory Becnrity) this form of loans
could not be extended them,
the same as now in similar cas-
es under our present banking
system or loan associations
But the principle security upon
which to circulate this auxili-
ary would be lands and differ-
ent kinds of bonds.
The greatest aud most deserv-
Commissioners Court of Cpl
Distiiict CotTKT: lion. P. R Muse.
Court convenes 1st Mondays in Jan.
nary and June of each year.
County Cornr: M. CI. Abernathy,
Court convenes for civil, criininlnl
and probate busliief# Tst Monday in
March : ilM Monday in May; -1th Mon-
day in J uly ;-nil Si on day in Oct. and
intl Monday in Efe«eniber of each year.
Com m i sal on Kit® 'J® iit'i : Convenes 2nd
Mondays in Keliruary, May, August
and November of each year.
M. (i. Abernathy,
T. r. Maugiim,
.1. W. Waddlll.
J. h. Mouiden,
John W. McKlnney,
It. S. Chandler,
W. II. Taylor.
S P. Clar'dy,
A NATURAL KEMEDT FOB
Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness Hyster-
ics, St. Vitus Dance, Nervousness,
Hypochondria, Melancholia, In*
ebrity, Sleeplessness, Diz-
ziness, Drain and Spi-
per cent, instead of loaning It
to the farming classes on their
lands who rightfully needed
this assistance, and retaining
control of the issuing power of
money and absolute jurisdic-
tion thereof, is one of several
marked periods when our re-
public began on its decline.
The evil which originated
from this loan to the wealthy
on their bonds and not to the
farming classes ou their lands,
is, the farming classes in get-
ting their money and p«'«yintf
eight, ten, and fifteen per ceul
instead of five per cent as the
bondholders got it, when they
came to pay, learned that they
couldn't earn sutlicienton these
figures to support themselves
and pay these high rates which
were charged by the banking
corporations and loan associa-
tions, and thereby, eventuully,
not able to meet their obliga-
tions, the mortgages were fore-
closed and they lost their
farms, which foil into posses-
sion of these loan associations
and other money lenders. The
farmer, thus, under financial
embarrasmenl or under ordina
ry circumstances, aud unaware
of danger, entered the snare, as
it was, fitted to decoy him;
and, universally, wrenched
from him his ouly dublets and
forced him to be a renter.
Would this privilege, to ob-
tain loans from the government
on lands, in the past, have
been given to the farmers who
rightfully deserved it, instead
of giving it to the bondholders
or given it to them with the
latter, then the original and pa-
triotic. farming classes would
have prospered and procured
large and well furnished farms
of their own and been able to
have educated their sons and
given them necessary help to
have made them prosperous
aud enabled them to have ob-
tained farms of their own and
not been obliged to have turn
ed them out into the world un-
educated and as renters, just
the same as the bondholders of
the banking fraternity under
the same privilege have pros-
pered and procured wealth by
the millions aud were able to
educate their sons and give
them necessary ho!p so as to
own their thousands.
And would this privilege
now be given to the farming
classes, then in the course of
time tenants would not be re
quired to be subject to land
lords and compelled to be rent
ing, as they could buy land
for themselves and pay thereon
what they had and the balance
pay in the respective anxilary
money secured by the land ;
and thereafter gradualy pay
their obligations by the earn-
ings of their industry.
For instance, a man who had
two hundred dollars to pay on
land could buy a farm of forty
acres of western or southern
land at ten dollars an acre
classes, in giving govermentul
assistance do ao to those who
rightfully need assistance,
such as is in conformity to the
province and objects of a re,
public,is my method ; then will
tie samo thing be obtained as
is sought through abolition
of private properly in land,and,
te<\ in a democratic way.
Although, as much as the
bondholders have prosperedand
the millions they have accu
undated for themselves under
their special privil-ges, still 1
am not prejudiced against them
so that 1 want merely the
farming classes now to have
loaus on their lunds, but let
them have loans on their bonds
and Blocks in limited amounts
the same with the farmer loans
on his bind— give equal rights
and the same privileges to all-
|TO UK CONTINUKD.]
A NEW YEAR'S PRESENT.
What to Give—To Whom to Give
—And How to Give.
N'oteH from ruriii«r«vllle.
This medicine has direct action upon
the nervo centers, allaying all Irritabili-
ties, and increasing the flow and power
of nerve fluid. It is perfectly Larmle68
and leaves no uuplcasant effects.
ing demand for such loans «j (loans equal to half the asses-
among the farming classes ; so, e(j value) and pay the balauce
that through this assistance in auxiiiary) an(1 thereafter
they can obtain money on their ffradlla„y ]iay bis obiigation
unincumbered land to maKe; earnings of hia industry.,
improvements, and for renters or where the land is more valu-
."-■—A Vnluitblti lloon on 3«crvotii
' * j M-Lt fio'j to nay ad^r-as,
, j.•. i jK «.r j- t'«. ni;. cP.i obtain
hur mi* tVoc of ' li.ij-u®.
able, a farmer who had five
hundred dollars could buy a
farm of twenty acres at fifty
dollars an acre and pay the bal
Icb5wprcrariu; i. i biBdiiociloa byilie
KOE'UOi r.'Ei.' CO., C/iicago, III.
aoWLvU'-iv. . "tiicrUsttlc. OforSS.
JLtu'tfC kisc. 5#X«7 "• C* I2dludfl fji* ISO*
to pay what they have on land
and then through this assis-
I tance pay the balance, which
afterwards, they gradually re-
•• f,,°d by the earnlDK8 °.f their ance in auxiliary, and thereaf-
Goowprci>.i: iuui.-ihi«itiiocuru industry. ler gradually pay his obliga
And ri«ht here respecting to tion by the earnings of his in
such assistance to the needy, dustry.
together with other legislation Yea,'it is such an auxiliary
in their favor rests the decline in whicll lie8 the 8ecret ofe.
or prosperity of a republic, qualizatiou and juglice 8 h£
Whenever leg,slation begins to by ,,ocialf8t8 through tbeir doc
be in disfavor to the needy and trine> „no recognition of pri-
laboring classes and in favor of vate property in iand... Mucb
the wealthy and non-laboring a8 lbe Hon. Henry George has
c asses the republic begins up wriUenon tbU tbe antl
on us downward march cf de-, mucb Q9 x reverence him f(jr
cline. In a republic laws must hla undaunted pi«a for the pro
be of a form which will educate , ,
and enable the laboring classes m° "°n °l Pro8enty of the
^ to obtain and have homes of
TO ALL PuSlVlTS their own, and not be reduced
NORTH lllld EAST, to a helpless state of serfdom.
people, I could not agree with
him that the abolition of pri-
va'e property in land is the
CARRY Ye., tl>e very proviDce aid ob- .P,T V"6'11?? f°r fPI>re"
Pulmau !■; Sleepers Jector a republic u to act iD ° ?'"r jnl or t, nanlry
ZllMIIsr behalf of the working people, a"d of Joettce,
Chicago,St. Louis ^.whenever " ce.e. to eier
- else this function, it ceases to
exist as a republic proper and
begins drifting into monarch!
cal and despotic customs and
us iges; and, of course, the
Free Rid'fiiug Chair Cars
and especialy not the demo
cratic one. "Recognize private
property in anything of the
earth that is worthy of it, and
suppress the'evil or medium
whereby this system of tenant
TAYlOli AND KANSAS Oil Y AKi) HANOAL, same us in all other republics ? fT J" irn ! 18 1113
Close CMiiectioiiS la all of tbc above cltlw which have existed, a revolu .?.C rnP*, ' °\1 l. ,5® an^', u
with I,is! trains ol eastern and northern :,ion must ensue, else to keep l,llty und!1v1a,u1" D- audi! wljich
lines,make the M. K. i T. R', order a monarchy with ill aDy0n<! W,U fmU ,B lhflCa30;
the bell line to standing army is required to PrIvul« properly in
New York. Boston, Montreal and rise in its stead. aud to that extent, the same
lion ivin, wvoivn, ..... ; as thsre is recognized private
it the time of the institution property In other inate things,
o the national banking corpo 8Ucb afl coa]( various metals,
and the government timber, etc.
u. i .i t t* >* < • * j ■ " — — ' i (iiye the farmine classes e-
MsfxXtfkT' jclw M8 on their bonds at one|<juai privilege* with other
c. it i
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It iiutoa.TKK. ; rAtinim
A: T v,tl.tilm U*a$ I ral °'16
k u' 'aUoK iA loaning money to the wealthy
As it has been tome time
since I have written you anj'-
thing front this place, I will try
and write you a few lines for
your valuable paper. Our lit-
tle city is very quiet at present
owing to the continued wet
weather which has forcod bus-
iness of all kinds to a stand-
still, aud if there is any one
thing our people wish for it is
more sunshine. The cotton
crop is about all gathered, and
the only draw back to our far-
mers is that they haven't got
enough of the fieecy staple to
sell. But it is said that every-
thing works for the best to
those who love the Lord, and I
suppose if there had been a
large crop made that the far-
mers would not have realized
any more profit from it than:
they haye from the present i
small one. Our $ 17,000 school
building is about completed
and it is an ornament to our
town, and rellects credit on our
people. The Rev. Joseph Jam-
ison and his lady of the M. E.
church have moved into the
parsonage and will be with us
for the next twelve months if
not longer. Mr. Jamison is an
able divine and I predict a glo-
rious future in store for him.
There is some tickness in
town and country but so far
there has not been very much
of it fatal.
Everybody is going to make
somebody a holiday present.
What shall It be ? to which ones
of my many fileuds shall
give I and how can I afford the
expense? are questions noteas
ily answered by many people.
To enable everybody to make
a present which may prove to
be of great value to all, and is
an appropriate gift to ueariy
everyone in thid catarih-striok-
en land, nnd at the same time
cost ouly a few moments
lime aud a postal card, is the
purpose of The Pe-ru- na Drug
Manufacturing Company of
Columbus, O. Send the ad-
dress of as mauy of your
friends as you believe will ap-
preciate the gift of the above
Drug Company and they will
: mail a copy of the new lllus-
Dec -0, J truted Ills of Life free and post
paid—a beautiful, useful, truth-
ful, helpful treaties on catarrh
in all stages, coughs, colds,
consumption, bronchitis, and
all of the climatic diseases of
winter. This offer holds good
until January HO, 181)3.
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We will send The Dkmocrat
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added soon. Call and see us.
There are a few individuals
who have been owing us on
subscription for several years.
They will please remit to us,
we are needing the mefney bad.
Genui-men, please don't neg-
lect the matter. It costs money
to make out statements and
send out a collector.
Through the columns of
Your paper, I would like to
Everybody'in town ®Peak a few word9 t0
is a candidate for Ci'y Mar- ^r'en(^a in Collin. I do not
shall and I predict somebody ,bink tbere is anF caU8H 10 be
will get left out iu the cold. discouraged. We have accom
We are glad to learn that Plisbed in on9 year what tb"
Harvey Wisdom one of our democratic 1 arty failed to ac-
most popular young men has "omplish in twenty five,-the
been appointed deputy sheriff death of the republican party-
for east Collin. Harvey is a and no one 8bould ,bink of de"
deserving young man and will 9ertin? tb« noble P^ers of
fill the position with credit to reform' wbo 10 one of tbe dark"
himself and Mr. Mouiden, our
The writer is at present be-
reft of his better half who is
visiting her parents in Snlpher
est hours of oar Nations histo-
ry, face 1 the enemy and
fought the battle tbat nnm
bered the republican party
with the things of the past.
Springs, and he wants it dis- Tho democrat8 bav* got a11
tinctly under-stood that he is Power ,be7 want They can
not responsible for any mis-
takas he may make while writ-
ing. Mr. Editor when you
come to our little city call and
see us, but for Goodness
don't come until the
"Omen" gets back.
pass any law they desire. But
they should remember that it
was our presence in the field
tbat elected Mr, Cleveland.
We enabled him to obtain e-
lectoral yote9 by pluralities,
north of the Ohio. These he
could not have obtained by ma-
jorites, had the contest bsen
narrowed to democrats on one
side and republicans on the oth-
Bkevillk, Tex., Dec. 23.— er. Take from him the elec-
Ralph Ellis, son of John V. El- toral votes north of the Ohio,
lis, returned from school at (which we enabled him to ob-
San Marcas last evening to pass tain by virtue of pluralities)
the holidays at home and stop- ;aud you will see that he fails
pe'SMat the residence of R. E. of election by at least fifteen
Fell from tlie .Second Story.
Nutt. In the night he arose in
his sleep and fell from the sec-
ond story window, fifteen feet,
and broke his left thigh and
lay on the ground for half an
hour before he was heard. He
is now resting easy.
I Dalian New*.]
To swap secrets is to give
There are frequently a great
many figures in the problem of
The best standpoint to con-
sider a troublesome question
from is one's home.
The hen is the lay member of
the barnyard choir.
It is eucli a pity that ull men
were not created with brass
horns aud drums on them.
There is not more than one
oiiMi in a thousand who will
effective criticism kin4>y.
Man's nose is his cowcatcher
wi it is entirely too avail,
votes. Tney haye "a chance"
now, and unless, they return to
the doctrines of Jefferson, and
Jacksou, 1 assure you, that I
will be with yon in the next
Let us not be disheartened!
Courage is measured by defeat!
Here at home they have elected
their Governor, but our brave
manly Nugent has not been de-
feated ! Let us hope that the
promises of our opponents will
be redeemed. If not, the ^ .tac
people of Texas, will redeem
them through our party two
years hence. For my part, I
shall stay "in the middle of the
road," aud when 1 come to Col-
lin again I want to meet the
same old veterans, following
that peerless Nugent—The
William Tell of tbe west—Ou
their grand triumphal march to
D. A. RUSHKLL,
Little Elm Tex.
Only 125 Dollars
For a good Upright Piano at
Wakely's Photo Gallery.
... —. ■—m* • —
£grihe Packard la tbe belt,
All Sorts Assorted.
Boiler plates are eleotrically
Thirteen hens in Niles, Mich.,
laid 1160 eggs last year.
Nero, the Roman emperor,
kicked his wife Proppm, to
The United States chewed
eighty-five tons of tobacoo last
Printing in raised characters
for the blind was invented in
The progeny of two rabbits
will amount in two years to
The first theater in America
was-opened at Williamsburg,
Va., in 17B2.
The famous dish of Vitellius
was of pheasant's braius,
nightingales' tongues and fish
There are fourteen canneries
on the Columbii liver and
twenty-three in the state of
British India has 10,417 shops
licensed for the sale of opium.
They Bupply a population of
In the southern provinces of
Russia a drink resembling
brandy is obtained by distil-
ling the juice of watermelons.
The blood of dogs fatigued
by long racing, when injected
into other dog , makes them
exhibit all symptoms of fa-
An Englishman has invented
a new system of electric mains,
where by one wire of the pres-
ent three-wire system can be
Music for Everybody.
M. B. Rexrode, one door
south of Colliu county bank
handles the Matliushek Piano,
Waterloo aud other makes of
organs, which he will sell foi
cash or in installments on tLe
most reasonable terms.
f little kilfeip, soiled Hjiir tytttefp,
Afld didn't kijov/ v/ty&t to do,*
YillfcWise old friend
Ji .Did reconweijd
^ Clairette xl
. Soap h
W^%s« lifHe kitten, w&sljed their mittens
QuickC vSuvsljed ea^ stedo,
%ir njitteip wpjt[
Vere &s brig^ soft as rpvf,
Clairette Soap-made only
HKFairbank&Co. St. Louis.
For Complete and Accurate Printed^
stracts of Title call upon
M. H. BYRNE.
Ue and his office force devote their entire time te that busings. He L
moat elaborate and complete Abatract Hooka in the county. Alao, If you
JloNICY on the Inatallment plan at LOW interest, M. H. Byrne can rlr
tk. Af TLM)Uk!
the beat of TKKMS.
Call aud see him at his office on the west side of the Pot
Square, McKinney, Texas. may-19-ii
G. W. Owbnk,
F. II. Ann
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Urnca iiif « im n«-fKalloo of
COTTON BELT BITE
(St, Louis, Southvestern R'y.)
MEMPHIS, CAIR0_ AND ST. LOUIS.
THE ONLY LING
THHOUUH OAK 8KRVICK
ConnectliiK with Trough Trainatoall
point a, Kaat, North and eioutheait.
TWO OA ILY
J. A. CALDWEL1
Pliywlclau & Murgei
Offlee up ataira over the old
atand, «|(|e square, rail,
Mouth-eaat McKinney, on Wtlcexi
I. E. WEBB,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEOti
Offlee ever (ollin t'auljr 1
ReaiUanea Weat I.onlilana
North of rabllc aebool building.
DR. J. O. N. SMI'
Mjrl'rice aa low aa rtrit-claaa
ean be done. Tenth extracted
pain. Office In Jobnaon Blnak.
Through Coachea A l'ullman Sleeper*
A. T. BRYANT,
117 n • 1 IIOMUCOrATJHO
\\ aco, Gorsicana and physician add sit
Offlee over Hhaln'n groeery «ta
1 lbe We^t aide of tbe Mquarc. Call
AM. TEXAS I.INKS connect with and found there day and nig
hnve Through Tlcketa on aale via tbe j
Seed^ Cotton Belt Route. Mt H t y
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For rati b, mapa, time tablea and all . __ , ~ ■
Information apply lo any Agent of the : OlirKGOU,
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it. Worth, lex. Tyler, 'lex. j by the uae of nitrmia oxldrgai.
stock now complete a'
Consisting of all Kinds and Gradi
of Furniture, from a Fine Bedro<
Suit to a 50-cent Chair.
An Elegant Line of Cook Stoves,
Y NIVFSNSVwnJ« GLASSWARE, TABLE AND POOKlj
tV^ED IN HOUSEKEEPING CARTRIDGES, IN FACT EVERYTHING .THAT!
we will say to those needing
thing in our line that you cann
afford to pass us, we will Save y<
Money at North East corner of
nale * dies.
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Thompson, F. C. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 29, 1892, newspaper, December 29, 1892; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191760/m1/4/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.