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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 November 1893

"t-r; j&g. • <Sr - L _ , j38!l_ ,* .'"1^- ,«3fc *- . * v#s~... \ -rf • ' • - "V5 * *- ■ i 3>. ; .'• ,.^ >" •..- ' ■: ■ . " •• • •:- ■ -• 3E :> - • U.S. Gov't Report Baking fowler ABSMVfEUr PURE m mi Traas Ontral lallway Mac •a u No. 13 Arrives 3:21 ft. m. " •• 3 •• lOtSS a. m ■• * " 1 M 8:15 p.m. Sooth * a *• 8:14 a.m. 4 " 4:49 p.m. 14 u 9: p. m. Line Railroad. 10:40 a m ................ 0.30p. m. Joseph Liebly, representing the Dallaa Newa edition of th Ecyclopedia Britanica, ia in the eitj. Thia ia a moat rata- ble work and the terms offered are liberal indeed. u «t 4< 44 *ITB AUTHORIZED AGENTS. L L Miller. Farmersville. ir.Lalr, Gray bill. J F Cava, MelUea. L Holt, J R SolC, Merritt. S. S, aimer, Verona. We hofM that oar friend* in eaeh com- ■Uly wtl seleet aoae one at onoe to iopioeent Thb Ukmoout both In isspoadtng and soliciting subscribers. LOCAL NEWS. J. S. Roderick maa thia week. waa in Sher- Bill Williams has been very sick thia week. Hon. Ben Terrell ha...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 November 1893

sssar^ I '.a#* % - "iv;~.-*S -**:.-" ••• .'; " '! " Hi- <*'• . y: ^ vm^CH ■ r-nine rer. A or chill may amount serious. If j{ enre if you're bilious, take one *4 these tiny, sturar-cdated le them wl «* *11- or^ when you suffer" from cos- indigestion, sick ieNr s more? t rs. HAIR BALSAM beaut.f-sS Mm hair. HVfitnt gtvmlt*. K tH Fail* to Hertor* Gmy Hair to its Youthfol Co'or, «d hair tailing. LSL Tit* Consumptive %rt?i reeWft «mrf «m 4iQt0L. ■■• nfeuair 'j" V S^?5^£r Dr. C. F. SROtMTS .•* . Aw.' a f l. •rCnri AMERICAN fc, 35 YEARS ^ UNIMEN? WILL POSITIVELY CURE 'Rheumatism, '-Lame F ick. Stiff Joints. Sprains, Br -ises. Cramps. Lumbago, Pain or tnf lam motion from a^r cm*", alio Snt la, Tu^'hoae. -pJr*. GalLa or Be^wWonnin week. price, 25 cts. I Famous Remedy af t Famous Ptiysician. (C. F. BRO'JWi CHF:M!CAL CO., B. V- joba St., Xsm York. # ACT DIE^'-' I-T OX TH ?f L'VER. KLD^ETS AVD BL 5o^j - * S* i $ * CrQgKiiiiniBiTill irioc-ooc LIVER w<', J "Pio Pr?s:r ?*i3n of 2* E . 'est * ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 November 1893

W*s&i - * y TEXAS 1Q MKESTNEY, TEXAS, \ ffcMUMUi Aj ilh i i a Labor's Meeting. President Gomper's Call is Out. A* Elfosxors C0^I5TI0?i Will be That at Chicago December lO. New York, Nov. 6.—The fol- lowing call will explain itself: American Federation of Leber) Headquarters 14 Otto toe Place,N.Y. > To tbe Trade Ualoafctta of members or mom. Fellow- Workers:—In yompli- gates; for 16,009 WWbere or more, four delegates; for 39,- 000 members or more, fire dnle- gates and so on. Local, Trade or Federal Labor anions, State Federations, Central Labor anions, Trade Assemblies or Trade Councils, one delegate each. All organizations to be entitled to representation mast have a certificate of affiliation (charter) at least thirty days before the date upon which the con rent ion is to be held. Any delegate representing a anion mast be a member of the anion, and if not a craftsman of the Trade Union which *nds him, the anion iuum g<v* the te&son why sach delegate was chosen. XlltMN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 November 1893

OCR AT. jf «' ■ * mm THURSDAY . NOV. 16, 1893 resu & Wlc( eading tu O®® If Biffet IImUu, . Bta Hootbif • • • • lAHf f<li 4 J i An associated press djgpatcl from Virginia says: "One thing is clear, the democrats lid not poll their usual strength in this state and the republicans refused to aid the populi*ts. The negroes voted the democratic ticket." It can seen from the above {that the. populists had the democratic party and the ne groes (a large element) in the OM Dominion io light against. Notwithstanding all this the populists increased their 12,- 000 votes last fall to 100,000 votes this fall. This latter vote was gained from the white democrats of the «tate. Good! The Shermau Register like Please pay us this ! the Dalian Newa and the Mc . .■ Kinney "Democrat'' is not in month. We need the money. The Democrat. AdTertlMiny Hates. One column 1 year $150.«X) Halt column 1 year W.flS 1-inch tingle coluuin WJS Local nctices, 7 cent* per line fm each insertion. Obituaries of mor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 November 1893

g * > : : ■ -■ - B&king Ryder ABSOU/TEiy PURE aad Trw Ctitril Railway Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. no. 3 •• 10:59 a. m* «• . m j u 8:15 p.m. • Sooth " 2 " 8:14 a. m. .4 4* 4 44 4:49 p.m. M 44 44 14 4 9:i8p.m. Beat line Railroad. Loaves 10:40 * m ArrtTet ................ S.S0 p. ®# Ben TVrr-li n~xi Si nrday at 2 p .hi m m m ■ Tb< Jury in 'li^case ot J W, Appleion, charged wiih an- sault to murder. br< ug1)* in a verdict c f not. guilty. Wh-n W. N Collier, the agent of the Sherman. Shivts* port and Southern railroad, it all smiles th*s week. The cau e it not a hundred hales of cotton to Liverpool, a ear of wagons from R cine, nor a lor of passenger* for the south- east. Ii is a bouncing baby b« y, arrived 1mm Friday night We wil explain that, jn-* previous t« the election new* from Virginia, we went to onr ba"'< yjiid to raioh our rooster R. pro me<1 a ttirk on us by "shrunkin^" up and cra^li'g through the fence to a lot jest hwk of J. P. Dowell's hard- ware ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 November 1893

m—M "WlVRfeib^ ?r ^ 4 i> BROKEN DOWN if you allow jour blood His Salkm, Ore. Not. 2.—Got- ernor Pemoyerjutorday Is sued (be following tbanksgiv- •SjySj 5ri!dWS *n£ proclamation: "I do here ho^wta^^potj^ij^p by appoint the fourth Thursday m , ti*j<m u{?§ern+ Qf the present month as a day of thanksgiving to Almighty has Woi o the Populists of Ttxu: I see in the daily papers of Texas some statements calcu- lated to mislead the minds of u Tluif 8 tho «^|0|| , In convalescence from j God for the bleSSingS he First, it is stated that Judge Nugent will not be a candidate for governor on the populist ticket in 1894 Judge Nugent haa never been a candidate of another: tire h. aver or blood If to lenelt or rare, jron n , Dr. Sage* yourCatarrfc. ERT1SEMKNTS. and Feeble a d an ihA'jw Par Vert Outt Dr.C. F. BROWN'S ~4Q\)N AMERICA 35 YEARS UNlMEWt WILL POSITIVELY CURE Rheumatism, Lamo Back. Stiff Joints. Sprains, Bruises. Cramps, Lumbago, Pain or Inflammation from Stfiv ranae; mho Spn\in. Bi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 November 1893

■ 0? 4MSS3 9 ■I ! UTIMMTTNI - - _ ag-'fi" . ■ -J5KI — 0 A. L. U> « t 'KINNEY. S 1893 VtW '■■ "i . NO 20 i met hit match the other dmj met o&e of the devils the Yankee Nation. The mortgage, when the property w beck of it ? • Yes, of coarae—bat—the country would be flooded aid would be eo plenty that nobody would be able to get Is proprietor of the largest and best stock Hardware, Queensware and Glassware in ■kowtr -KS 'r..ur~.0! "i - igeter by the eld and hacft remarks, that he should Would that do any harm ? Why, yes! the bank* would j hare to suspend, and they'd—j Stoves--HEATERS and COOKERS—are ot the best make. He . -4e receiving almost daily, car load after car load of goods of all kinds. ] Wi.y isgqjd ■ " | G' ldifl aeon KOLXDAV *• prank* and tiwt the ™T" ,w ™ w - itM take mm of to!e . And they would hare to work! or starve, just as others do, would they not ? —No answer. Then would'nt we hare good timee ? —Hoi a murmur. ree*ad wound up his oft by telling him thai would ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 November 1893

,ef yi 'M. I-** ■ 'j• ! // * I ft * THE DEMOCRAT. (MTIO UDniBLUUUD IfF.&ThMptN. THURSDAY. NOT. 23, 1808 > old boy who ooald oertaih point fa MlflMtha — M SuMcmxrnoa Ki' tHir (••••••• ••••••• Mb. Bailxt a four ji indmuwl (be fiaaaoe qoMtioi; thai If he couldn't he would give the Utile fellow op at a idiot and would pureaade him to join either the republioaas or ll.no | populiete. Poor boy, we fear | thai he will grow np to beaa 40 wayward an hie daddy. ! Adrertiaiug Rat©#. One oolumn 1 year $150.00 UalJ column 1 year 8M0 l'taeh ilngie eolnmn 12.CS Loeal notices, 7 csnt* per line foi each Insertion. ObituarlM of mom will be charged for at our All Motneta will be charged for In proportion to the above. C. Tbomvsox, Proprietor, MrKlnntv, Teaes Pleaae pay ua this month. We need the money. The Democrat. Wi believe that a man can be a gentleman in any political party. Is business and social cir- cles The Democrat knows no politics. Congressman VValier Ores h%m, of Galveston, favors ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 November 1893

(pi**1 T"*" h- B&king fouler ' t" Mb - AB50U/VEDT puna OH! A LL Motor. Fartnersville. m r Lair, Orarbill. J F Gevs, lleltMS. L Holt, J R Self, Merritt. 8. 8. Sraecr, Vmwm, We hof« that oar friends is ■Olltf wU Select KM OM At •ad soliciting sabscrlbers. Pass The Nickel Store LOCAL NEWS. A good rain fell here lust Sunday night. The editor of the Nevndn Newletter «m in to see ne this week. speotsc nlnr dispUji of business en terprlees win exhibited here, at Heard's opera house, on Wc Back itkfactory, return them, ■on than make to aaake you our to come. at fair treatment © oil m every Our stock of groceries and provisions is large and com- plete. We are offering in- ducements in for vour trade mt the QUALITY and PRICE of our goods. Call and ex- amine our srock and get our prices before you buy. 01^^Now is the Time to lav in m A Supply of SUGAR. Our prices on Sugar by the barrel and half barrel can't be beaten. Respectfully, TOM i ROGERS. We hope that oar officers will succeed in ro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 November 1893

U> to derived from tto £ V « r ■of delicmteB pattias ia thair the Mf«UinM la 1899. Oar qittkm and others at/ find it Interesting. NSW ADVEKT1KBMKNTS. ifflT IttRHnSSSSi, ■ nnhrOH** Or, C, F. BROWN a TESTED AMERICAN 35 Y^ARS ^ liniment WILL POSITIVELY CURE Lame Back, Stiff «umatl«m, __. ints; Sprains, Bruises, Cramps, V Rhe JO' - l.tirmbajfo, Pain or InflammHUon froai Trrnpi^; aba Sp«Tin, BtaRbcm., Splint, Ga'Js or K r. w w orm in stock. Price, 25 cts. J rabies C. r. CROWN CHEMJOAL CO.. ,.tr ' T— - I *s> VtMaSt. W Yorl 2 ACT DIRECTLY ON THE Z UV£R, KIDNEYS AND BLOOD. * PILLS T)m Pnariptifii tf m bmmt PhpHm. • Tbrr yrf ytaw Torpid L.«er. Sick I!«mI- ' J •*. • to *4c Coeetipetteii. Finm • .' mh««! r ai. lv 'on* and Nerv<<K« r. ; * carrr cff tiw poison from the l-J'v *-r si.u k. f K:i|ar-roatiii. One Pill a i 25c. per Box. No Mercury. ; A Blood, Brain and Nerve Medicine CLWEUNDSi >oooooG2Zsir oiooc :>;>aO ! SARS A„^u boq* K | \ WAFERS * THJ-. LATEST PEODrr nON OF ✓ P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 November 1893

INVENTORY 3r. % offer without reserve our Entire Stock of Fall and Winter prices, that wll insure for us the Largest Sale during the month of December, we have ever before experienced. This broad assertion will be backed by tiS> with such great reductions in every department in our house, that people who have not bought their Winter Dry Goods, can feel that there is a rich harvest of Bargains awi^tnf them in Nice. Fresh WHAT CLASS OF GOODS WE WILL OFFER Goods, Millinery, Ladies' and Misses Shoes, Ladies and Childrens Cloaks, Corsets and Gloves, Flannels and Blankets, Shawls and Skirts, Ladies Underwear and Hosiery, Carpets and Matting. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We have a GREAT BIG EAIFE to CUT DEEP. Words will not express the BARGAINS we offer you. You will find that you SAVIITG BIG MONEY by buying of us, and that we will show you nice, stylish CLOTHING. WE W 1 OFFER ;™Mens Dress and Business Suits, Boys Dress and Busiuoss Slits, Mens and Boys Overcoats, Hats, Boots and Shoes. T «ni/l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 November 1893

v •' SN 1 ffe ia BURTOI •*0Of At Washington placing wool on the Freee List has treated an earthquake :a Dress Goods and Silks and a general overthrow of Prices in all department for the entire month , OR UNTIL OUR STOCK IS REDUCED.-^ Especially in all Wool Goods/whether Dress Goods, Clothing, or whatever it anay be, if its wool the clippers are ready. Lower prices are coining, aiad we will lessen our stock. Don't wait, hut get the choicest by coining early. The people of McKinney have learned thai jre are net at all ceremonious when it comes to making prices—what we advertise we do. We talk a great deal, hut we act more We are more honest and just to our trade than to ourselves when it conies to profits, vet we are not selHiig^A l COST, nor are getting POORER, keeping still on the -afr side financially and are rcadv this Urand Thanksgiving Day to clasp hands with tho.se who are rejoicing and to those who weep will see when we have more time Dress Goods. Dress Goods. Rooms 13,14 A f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 November 1893

,;?P^ *• - . _ . i ^-'^2 m vf- only that man withhold Thanksgiving who has no enjoyment for which to give thanks." our Nothing more appropriate suggests itseli to mind this week for an advertisement than A FEW WORDS OF THANKS To our many friends and liberal patrons in Kinney and Collin County. FIRST W« are trnly grateful for the priyilege of living in a country snd am« ng a people so greatly blessed and highly fagoted by he Great Creator of ail things. SF(T)Vn ^ are Vtir)\ }^a, iu< uLvUllU j l}virt.Liwnis in ^enen more than thankful, for the ral that surround us. THIRD \W ate c-r- s6n: l favors iDg the pant 3 t-ar. and .in'v v-rv t{raf 'F!il for ?he many i>er- kindness ha\e received dur- "Pl \J A I I V We are inexpressablv grateful for the liberal rii\i\J>L<I and unstinted patronage we have received at th*- hands of j«ku g'^.d j • ople REMEMBER l at a CHANGE IN OUR BFSIXESS <n vhe tirer of luxi January, mi-king it nete-sary for us tn reduce c ur stock, jus* as low as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 November 1893

m ir- .A- - V-- * -; S8?J £ L*? Vow Should Knov/ Tits FACT. „ THAT TXIRLAHK & CO. of sr. icyss Make ASOAp Oiua &MM3VL "WHICH Has in 3 EftVAL. Stakoa,KO Q ;tr&,V(i6ht C^rC^sV£r |t. worth ukiifdwB too for * meMiin of values. Third, beoaiue they an pro- ducts of the earth the same as corn, cotton, wheat and all oth | er products which is brought j forth by man's labor. Fourth, because they belong to a cer- tain class of individuals, and it would be class legislation to make a measure of values out of the products of their labor to the exclusion of all other classes, thus adding a super ticial value to the commercial worth to such products. ' \, < \>T !;• Very few people at a dis tance, in thinking of western Texas, understand that nearly the whole of it is at present fenced np in mammoth pas- tures, yet such is the case, says a writer in the St Louis Glohe Democrat. Many of tUc.21 are larger than ordinary counties and some of them em- brace a large part of three or fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 December 1893

MM _ I jcksSSS ■-.• spsspr **. ' * V ■ IT, TEXAS sgS *®9 7 RAT. —:.— wm& -V L. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS. 25 ftp- a - DECEMBER 7 1893 «ro —s What is VNV CASTOR IA GUILTY A8 CHARGED. Wm the Verdict tB the Dick wards Murder Tri «'• Sherman, Tex., D*c. 1.—Tl# ease of 'he st te of Tex*< ti Congressman HoIbmm, veteran democrat, )i a interview was asked if repeal of the pure! v. . T-. i H *. j , k of lh« Sherman law Dick Edwards, charged wi>h , wtfot,a He said* • the murder of Mr*. Hattie ulT , „ T> « A. "Undoubtedly. The 6u (Haynes at D<*nis' n on thejWe9t0f Alleghaniea Democratic Test — OtfSTTC). 555 zan politieal economy const! • ! late the great sabfect taught In the alilaace. ■ -r- *J8E ia Dr. Ssmel Pitcher's prescription for Infant* Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor substance. It is a harmless substitute Drops* Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by 9t Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Pi wewairs night of Maj 17 ended at 9:1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 December 1893

... 8 H I Q ! A E I 8 n ( XV^Vl! * v —-T—' <L M//i v gpgg^ga^ "-,£ 5 #>*.. i-r«s^ :*••% **p Ky xSV>/f«^ \X\ M), \ ^"Qif ' "'•" ?/5v'- V " \\.M" i v^OUtf* OW V N v I9L .7% ± C >1 " - f *. ■¥M ap M r m.'. ■-% • ^ils1 !! HSfet. "PUT NONE BUT AMERICANS ON Q\ TO-NIGHT" SUCH WERE THE WORDS OF THE FATHER OF OUR COUN- TRY, AND SUv. H IS THE MOTTO OF A. T. WILSON at CO.. Who stand ready to protect the p:ople against HIGH PRICES. The Holidays are approaching ai.d ibe people ARE HEREBY REMINDED that to SATS MONEY in their purchases they should ca'l ar A. i\ WIL8 >N & CO., We«t UoHiani and inspect th-ir atock of STaPI.E AND FAN'CY GROCERIES, CHRI8TMA8 CAN DISS, NUTS, TOYS, CIGARS AND TO A (CO, ETC. FIRE WORKS ! FIRE WORKS!! "Christina* Tree and T-ble decorations a specialty. wwtxm rnmmmm THE DEMOCRAT. Jons J. Inoai.ls aavs that RilLET'S W.SI.ll.. The McKlauey Postoffice. tntTtn A.NL> PUBLISHED ||(.fi>Tkoapsin. |HDR8DAY DEC. 7. 11-93 No •liter bd th" rah M n-i will no* r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 December 1893

• - WL - %■&. --iv '■*' ar-*>. ni - v^^r;.-.3- ••- . h m I . dfed -«* ♦ U. Sl Gov't Report Baking Powder a R pardon of vir ABSOLUTELY PURE The MrK noey Oil null- caught fire last Friday, bat the fife was rniid'Iv Hx inrwi«, # -< THE! Grocery Store. RECEIVED THE IxntM lid Texas Central Railway Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives " :21 a. in. * " '• 3 *• 10:59 a. or 8:15 p. m 8:14 a. m. 4:4J p.m. 9:38 p. m. East Line Railroad. I,*aves 10:40 a m Arrives. C;:*)p. m 4* U ] South •• 2 >> «i ^ it ii 14 a it u it "N fur a lack of .editorial* and local newt this week. Ws bad to gire room for Mr. Cleve- land's message. LOCAL NEWS. Who will get the posloffice ? •*Dunno." Postmaster Smith is in Pari* attending fed^r^l court. A licavr n- i li -r etrnck this •r v«cinitv Ins' S *uadj y night. It G Knott, the blacksmith, has just finiehed a prisoner's cage for the county to use on the roads. The size of the cage is 10 feet long, 6 1 2 feet wide and 4 feet high. It is a good •' v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 7 December 1893

• 81*4" E^?&5?v«3f, .r X'" .":r "-- V "-"-SC ->• •• ■■■ ■ :■ x ' i tit -- <Y<■''*-■. :-• ,v-'-r=Tv"• \*jfc PI ( 'iiapF^ -iU 4~ * -"•-' j*- ik* * v 0lt isS, .:«> ;v?-i ryigJBjJB'i Pi7!7! ii .*, -*> 'n f"-" ( ■ "8 • T ■- £• FULL TEXT SENT OF THE DOCUMENT TO CONGRESS L>~l* *OAP WE SJNQ TAE PAAtSE orPure CIAIRFTTE f^«Cl c f08 IT WS STOCD 7«? TSST, "OFflLL TAE SOAPS "Ow C*iS"iL^'£ WED this "FASRBAiil83"ss the best. OllR CLOTHES SMELL SUUT^IR UHL^ MfWES A IHEKHfSE IS CIEMIAND fifliCHT Mo WONDER F^IRBflNtt'S CLAIRETTE SOAP . FILLS HOUSEMAIDS WfW DEUGHT. C/TK^iRBANK &.CO... ST. LOUIS. Foreign Aflhln Btcrivc (p«cf l Atten- tion—The Hawaiian Situation Reviewe4 Finances, t| « Tariff and Sl.ver yur>dui> Toneknt Upon. Washiauton. Dec. 5.—Tha following t the full text of the president's mes- sage as delivered to the I ifty-fir«t Con- gress: Ejkcctivk MAXMOW.I Dee 4. IS a t hie* sage to the Congress of the United states: The consti'utional duty which require- the I*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 December 1893

at- . - ■ *■ • ? i5- - " - *v- ' •r*r• - '■ T ••* - "' <>m >. - 0008TREE AM Y OUCX ERIbS Stock, popular prices. J. P. Do well. East Louisiana Street, TKX AS. 5 1-:. MOCRAT. TOM A] i MONXY TO LOAV ABSTRACTS or' of a smaller denomination. Some of the coin not taken w$s badly bent by the explosion, and the vault was damaged to Tile Vault of the Piano "•"."."i' lprMa „„ Bank Dynanilt©d Jlike wildfire, and in a short ! time the neighborhood of the And $19,442 30 Stol- ban^ was * mas8,of ftase/* ** en. o'clock last night. One of the men rode bareback and all three of the horses were cover- ed with sweat, as if they had been ridden hard. The bareback rider dismounted at Beverly & Martin's saloon, but j finding himself eyed sharplyj by Stovall, the stranger cross- cited men demand!ng of each | ed the street to the Barrage sa other the details, and repeat loon and called for a pint of Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine ...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 14 December 1893

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