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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 January 1894

.V^asfoi ♦ ' v 'Mm- -■v-\:ti m i wit •.. • 'I;' B 1 wmammm i*&\- ••«*.. r •. . •--• v Hfi r &jg -.V E - ■ M'KINNEY, TEXAS, TH OOXGJ r m WILLIAM TELL Nbur ^dcbtr ID USE NO OTHER SOAP FOR LAUNPffY ANP HOUSEHOLD HOKAL. PBOCBED- DTOS. PURPOSES. THAN tm IMMVaUPEMOR TO ANYOTHCT MTHE MARKET AMP IS MAM. ONLY BY NKF1URMMtfeCO. ST. LOUIS. The year 1893 has passed into history and tho new born year 1894 is upon the thresh- olds of Pather Time. The COLLIN COUNTY extends to the public the greetings of prosperity and happiness throughout the future. Having disposed of our mammoth stock dur- ing the holidays, we are now replenishing with a fresh line of Staple and Fancy Goods, Bright and new as the advent of 1894. With careful selection and bargains to •uit. the times, we are able to compete With any house in North Texas. Fooling - a high appreciation for past pOtronage, we invite our former customers and the entire public to call at the South Soot corner of the square, McKinney, Texas, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 January 1894

" . .. . . ■ V THURSDAY. JAW 11,1894 gg % • •••••••« KAI |I«0O §•••••#••••••••••• ir 4* Wk ir* giving oarjo m**n $0000 « ywr, with Dilt'ign, a World of g§v<ien- Mods aud a hundred postoffi- om racb. What nte they gi?- ing 08 f —Dallas N-«#. • . An iin«h Krui people can- not live under a government In *hich they have no voice.*' f hat voice have the hflplw million® in our government who j ire told by their creditors to vote atraighrorpav up* ?£« H* *h«cr**at «&<M>t witb o«SS£taT, fnI ^ thB Pow"r OT of thu is ItM wUl be charsaS Hvitosr discharging it; places himself for in i below 'I*1 highway nbber. He to the abovt. ~ j does violence to property rights and also betrays confi ▲u F. C. Thompson*. Prsprletor, , II cK inner. Tmw 'ience. OH AUTHORIZED A«WT8. L L Miller, Farmer*vilie. E F Lair. Graybill. J F Car*, L Holt, J R Self, Merritt. S. S, Stmot, Veruos. We hope that oar friend* in each coin- To his Excellency. J.S. Hogg Do yon see that yonr faction is left oat in the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 January 1894

ig . -• * ■ * 77 > --> - , 1>". . --?> ' •■*" '* **. i>v ••..,<•• >' • iSr! •• f."S" . £Hf? |p* • m -OF- Murphy, Perry & Co. FBOM NOW UNTIL FEB. 1st, Hitherto*a* ht LMventof hnm . U.S.Gov'tItcpwt THE FIRST OUK Is th« rawder A&SOIJUTELY PURE 1894. The change has been made and after the above date JOINER, PERRY A CO., will be proprietor! of the MISSISSIPPI STORE. Iiatu u4 Texas Csatral Killvi) Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives r :2l a. m. * " u •• 10:5 a. • * 4. u 1 •* 8:15 p. n> *• South 44 3 44 8:14 a m. * 44 44 4 44 4:49 p.m. * 44 44 14 14 9:*8 p. m. Bast Line Railroad. .. 10:40 a o< .. 6;30 p. in leaves. Arrirea >••••• • < ROCK MOW ON HAND MU8T GO. BEAD AND HEED. c Lot Mens, Ladies and Misses' Shoes, at and Below Cost. ▲11 Heavy Clothing, Overcoats and Cloaks, 10 per cent Less than cost. ▲11 MILLINERY GOODS at Half Price. Ithsrt Lengths and RefaBaots in Woolen Dress Good* at Half Price. Bsst Oil Red Calico 5 cents per yard. 10-4 Sheet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 January 1894

• ; ■ "* "• • b. ;E3 iiigai.3 lUv O'atWi. [ fcr .-. BREAST is the ever X have been a in each case <eaused it La* and relieved mnch ft fa the best rruie<!v for rlsinir of known, tixi worth Um price for tbat Montgomery, Ala. I can tall all expectant mother1 if they will mtfct Iiutlli i I f imilm i rniiTf they will the ordeal without any pain and Mas Mav B *xram. Arjnurville, N D r's FrienJ before Mnh 01 my i child. WU1 never ccase its praise. . J. F. Moou, Colusa, Cal. Baal lij eipiass charges prepaid, on receipt •f price, $1J per bottle. BtADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. AtvaXIA, OA PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. A. r iow*i.i-. A. J. Ciinwab CALDWELL & CALDWELL, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Office up fitalrs over Wylie A B«ldwln'P fronte<J lo day by 0D6 of the booth iidr ex l iar** l e i !ence oil w II- j P m DEUTB88 A LBCTtRE IN KaN A8 CITY. Beta* Ahave fftity, He Utters 8mm Trail* la a Plata, Xuly Way, . Mrtaif Fads m Tfcey Are smI as Na FMi aai Mass Them. On the night of Decer.ber 11, 1893...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1894

~%L% ■■■■ -T m 'Mi ajcdfamcyqi HSi §P E 52*3* .<3 x, ? W":* •^gg io ;. ess MTOICD ATTHKI KINNEY, TEXlaS, vb^:« r-:*f■?■',- v"- '•3C *'C". ■ p 7>* • -•^v— SM$« > : • •' — _ - —I ... .raaMWBB PJP"74'- x rX3& $ - MtKeONOeUlt MAIL SUTTER- aggjf * ' X:' i - -f, ■®pp RSDAY. JANlTAUY 18 1894 McKi NO BUY* CAKE OF CLAIRETTE SOAP and thaqk me for calling your attention to iLM MANUFACTURED agetmr N.K.FAIRBANK&CQSr.Lou.s COXGKESblUBiAL PROCEED- DIGS. Jerry Sinp^ui/i Hit. A MOST BMUillT DAT IK THE HOUSE. Bryan Is The Attraction. ALLUUCE MIECTOBY. Cocimr Allumcs. M. N. Stroep Verona. Mi« Leols Splvey, Piano at Maxwell, east of Piano, life if January. 11M. at 230 p. a., ad Fourth Saturdays ia task B. ( Arroll. Allen, Texas, ry,.. J T. Forbes, Allan, Texas. Mba mm Saturday Bight he- i and 4th Sunday la eaeh moath. THE SCENE CHANGED. Washington, Jan. 12.— sensation of the tariff del to-day was an incident in lk speech of Jerry Simpson. will be remembered that d Washington, Jan. 13.—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1894

- *4',-. - . '.is: SSB; :jw* est npiju ■ - > &? " rP ^Sr;-' &V"7' 1 • DEMOCRAT. AHDTOlUiiHlO IjF.G-TkrapsM. THURSDAY. JAN. 18, 1804. Nothing of developed in the tariff debate yesterday (Wednesday) la con- gress. Carlisle has called for bids on $50,000,000 5 per cent bonds to be issued at once. gmcnrnox tuns: 91.W The democrats aud republi l.c«o cans of New Jersey are baring a physical contest for the state bouse occupancy. The repnb- AdT«rtiMiutf ltatow. ijcans bursted the doors open .Si'ioxx | *nd forcibly took charge of the 1 1 year oolnmn 1**® 7 cents per lin® ft * ■ Obituaries off root* 1011am will be ebarged for at out An Mttbrwu will be charged for if to tlie above. senate chamber last week. F. C. Tuomi-so.v, Proprietor. McKinnev. Te tot A1TH0RIZE1> A0E5TS. L L Miller. Fartnersville. K F Lair, Grey bill. J F Care. Melisae. L Holt, J R self, Merrill. S. 8. OTP, Veres a. D. A. Russell, Little Elm, I exas. \\m booe that our friends iu each com wtl selcct M>tue on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1894

a!mtr. - .V" r— ^ ~ "Z. :r /r^r r^CSS . & m CW& r -« £ 3 &' is urn mmm ra Pnflflftflfi 0 UuUuUUU I * #i BECA Back qui AS you tee them advertised. Yon can TodI tbe public bat yon can't do It all the time. You may In livening Powci a. Tjitcsv U. S. Gov't Report fowler ABSOLUTELY PURE .03*ton ami Tpim Central Itellwtj Time Table. Tn oar report of the executive With madness we announce committee sieeting in onr last the death of Mr. J. O. Kerr, issue we, unintentionally, left ! who lired a few miles west of out a clause regarding the M« Kinney, Collin county, Tex basis of representation The g8< jje was born in Murray clause should have read a- ] onnty Tenn., 1S13; he married follow: 4 in Mississippi and came to "A quorum being present tin q, )\;n coualy ju isoo, where he committee proceeded to busi lived until the morning o ness by fixing the basis of rep- j^u. \c>, 18P4, when he pafsed resentation in the next coun y frum thia life He was lbt, convention atone delegate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 January 1894

1 I t f' a m I . CURES RISING Sfct of e Vised BREAST • • N. D. MtADFIELD REQULATOR CO.. AfUITAt O* PROFESSIONAL CABDS. OOIm a; South J. A. Cubwhx, A. J. Caldwbl. CALDWELL & CALDWELL, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS ■tain over Wylie A Baldwin*! e Square. Residence on Wll- t. A. J Caldwell can be found in office day ai i night. H H. L. Pearson, f| Dental Surgeon Oftee north side square, over Aron'i •tore. Tooth extracted without pain by the ue of nitrons oxide fas. THE Bell W atch CaseC o. Make the Best Gold Filled Cases Clonal head. Complaints, fault utiay within its ranks are criminal and all party discipline forbids its existence. Overt treason and open revolt are honorable; hypocrilicnl and deoeitful ad- herence, with mutinous criti- cism, in dishonorable I fally ooncnr with Judge Clark thnt the only honorable oonrne for democrnts in to heal their die sentions by the nbnolnte sur render of their eherinhed life- long policies nnd in good fnith embmce Clevelandism, or have the manliness...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 January 1894

wE9=eJHi rssat 1 i -*► V.:-:w % #. >M- \£ v y i y *«v spfi afc' KNTKRCO ATTMC NtTOfflM «r*- = M'KINNEY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JAN U ART 25 189+ t • i . . I. .I isf ue of bond* dure off bid ad ministration, bat the pUo foi their issue was finanlv diwp- proved by President Harrison The new issne of bonds will I be sold c nly for gold. Official j don the silver we already have. !returns made to Comptroller j The nse or this silver surplus Eckels by national banks o? I°*s not involve the questiof D c 10 las' show rhar tbe na of free coinage or the contin- <o be so far^inr increase of d i *er money in thi8 conntry fot some time at least. Bat it cer uiuly cannot be the purpose of the administration to aban I x iON and SUCCESS ro its OWN MERITS. JljS PURE. UNADULTERATEOANO for RAPID Cleansing Rower hasnoeoual. it is invaluable in kitchen &LAUNDfffT Solo by all G*oce*s. NKFAIRBANK&CO- ST. LOUIS. tional banks of New York cit> alone h<-ld more gold than ib treasury of th*- 1'nr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 January 1894

' ' •; iT. AT. Jil. 95, UN. off today at Jacksonville, Judge Oall INtfliBlfeg iaterferiag. That Qor«* Mitchell to compelled to I anJl watch the march of dvilU«tio (7) IVII ll S F Lair, Grarbtll. j v cm, mwm. RSelf, Merritt. S. s, 8imji,ywm. D. A. BamII, Little Do, Tom. -New TorkftM. 1 Mn a nail. lo Utile ict At driving sots A 6U5T itrngfle: Mitchell and Corbett against tho atals of Florida. J. h. Davis spoke to a large audience at Van Aletyae last What shall ployed?- do with Waxahaohie We answer, Bro. Middleton, that yon should forsake the party npon whose altar yon worship—one of the parties which tarns its hack and refus- en to hear the err of opprsssed tuiaaaity, and joint the an- thors of plunder and greed. Nothing bat government ads maaagssMNit in a land of plea ty eaa cause the distress which now exists. The ninth annual report of ihs North Texas Hospital For The lasane for the year ending Oct 31, 1803, is before us. It is neatly executed, giving a minnte report of every depar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 January 1894

- "i ■ * >.yc = :. w r Si %4 r~\ - *^- Wr* £ ; -.v, ~*&.V f'T&C-*-' $e s. m, . '^&rW£ - * - - ' i ML ' VT ■ ' '4;„ Highest of all in Leavening Potvci «* f«atest U. S. Gov't Report ■ •« '0 REDUCE STOCK, has been the watchword at Wylie k Baldwin's for two weeks and will continue until our stock is sufficiently reduced. Specials Throughout In Clothing, Millinery Heavy Boots, Cloaks, Blankets, Under- wear, Heavy Dress Goods. Stop, note the articles, hear it We will sell you if you price us. The new customers coming to Our store for their goods is Evidence that we are doing What we advertise. We are going to resurrect our White Dress Goods, we buried last Summer, in a few days and if you want something nice at a low price Watch for them Come to see us and protect your pocket-books- Resp'y, (HUES Mi. Erwin k Fant, druggists. the Mathushek. Big Bash On wall paper and paints to Whydon'tjougo to M. B. stork at City I>rmg idt and purchase a bl-j Store. 9 Cash or installment....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 January 1894

"TV - - -r- - - -- ml i ■mm< t^m V. j V- «• ,■ ^ V! -J'"" ' " * ' X, J. . J ^ isiiliBi ~' HE SSsSjK *" . ^ -r '• ~ ' - ... - • •• - • \ SgfL. 'S? S® ■ . ' ■ , >:■• ' - f \ vim* mcli TUB HOUIB. Utile pain, in «i i the ord*l.*i' h _ in after the birth of her J. J. McGoldbick, Beans St*, Ten? •4 Frtend ©W*d | iu of H t rr« r ri«!wd labor. I fca*e U bealtkie^* child I cter saw. ^ ^ Cochr-u, G*. wsarsars*-.* , on "To Mothers" CO.. Atlutta, O* PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JSfc, J. A. CiLPWILL A. J. CaLDWHh 6AUWELL & CALDWELL, PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Ofttoe op stairs over Wylie A Baldwin*# Sooth me ?'jnare. Residence on Wil- cox Mrcft. A. J. Caldwell can be In oflk*c day aud night. H H. L. Pearson, H Dental Surgeon Ottee aerth side square, over ino'i •loco. Tooth extracted without pain fey the uae of nitrous oxide gas. a THE Bell W atch CaseC o Hake the Best Gold Filled Casw Main Office, Ii*cis>ati, Ohio, I'. S. A. I. E. WEBB, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. MoKinn«*j, Tet., OCce over Collin ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 February 1894

Wi Wr * ~±z=~r-75? "''t •- ' ^ ' ; :• C%'W \« - p§XF3 tsSgr •- i Ml ■ i ... 4^*. ' j ' ■ -*• „*-aaa "*■ % •*v : • -•.' " lll|Sp i- - </«•£§! TKXi *• mcmkun mail envvcs* TOM I ■ L. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, 1DAY. FEBRUARY 1 1894 Your next week's washing ASHBY*S CALL. Thi EotortalaS# For Pniira. to Saw Antonio, Tex., Jan. 18. —Col. H. S. P. Ash by, chair- man of the executive commit Batobact Johnson on McKinnky, Tex., Jan. [To The News.]—During life I have traveled much many states and territories, this is the first fall and wii in which I have seen a grill look whiter, will he cleaner and will fca dona with laas lahor if Clalrette Soap Ift wU. The elrthe* will small swuicrtlli will last longer. CLAIRETTE SOAP •« fKH| tt elunt but doe* not injure t-he> ^krk. It dee* not r.ughen or chap thti Million* uM.it. Do You.f U.K. FAIR BANK KC0V MTVs. ST. LOUIS. tee of the populist party of I ple'e abaenc« of a market ; Texas, who spoke in San An | ronio last night, has issued an ' appeal to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 February 1894

she WM W * " ■■ i*' § -.n'rv' j A. -- ' '•>.' • • | -■ ■ * :e democrat. amd PUBLISHED If F.G>TbMps«n. thursday. FEB 1,1894. mm an* ruuhmtt. Ill response to invitation*- from the warring faction* of Texas democracy at dalla-, Gov. oogrg made a speech th-r* on .January 27, *94, on harmony. He declared *11 issnes set tied. No canse for clashing ^#####* ••••••••••••• ^ i, A || L. . 1 • i.uo ai1 obstacles were removed— V5 therefore, nothing is to do ex- ~ cept harmonize. Advertising Kates,, il« declared the whole quee l year s1.to.oo holism settled simply vsstss^omn.::: :: s5 hv 1iswi!hdr*wal 10 private *1 ncticea, " cfntr per line fo* life. msszmtfsgz "• accept do office, All mtttriets will be for in i0r""°r> •««or nor.nyilu.g. to the above. « h were by utianimour 'uie and offered on a silvt-i ALUACE [mm. m. k. fc 0 leattoas to Alii DvIkkit, Me- Forbes. Allen. f. c. tnonpros, Proprietor, McKinnev. Texe # 01"r aithori/fo ahevtn. l l Miller. Farmersville. e f Lsir, Graybill. j f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 February 1894

4§ igpp NorU, Wo. 13 Arrives 5:31 a. -4 •i * 3 " 1 u 2 " 4 " 14 «> u w u It Ui 10:59 8:15 p. m. 8:14 a B. 4:49 p.«. 9:28 p. m. 10:40 « m 6:30 p. m. The (real of the "Little Trix- in" performance it the charm lag little artist herself, May Smith Robbint. 8he stands to day unrivaled, young, bean tifnl, accomplished. The char acters she assumes only help to display her versatile pow- ers. Miss Robins charms, she delights, she amnses. m o ^ The announcement of J. W. Waddill for county clerk is in this issue subject to the action _ .... _,of the democratic party. Mr We are authorized to; ... 4, . r. r.White M candidate for | Waddill is well known tbrongb Wtftlt authorized to announce the named geattanea, subject to of the democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDOK. Judge. h . FOR COUNTY CLERK. W1DDILL. We areftathorlsed |o aanoonee J. W. Waddill at ft candl- ftfts for Coontv Clerk. '.*•% * • - W q •* ^' m -m Jr/ Candidates of all par ass who 2 wish their nanws placed before font the county. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 February 1894

.a£&f gjipipM -4 3 ':#- r-' Ssnl j? 4 m IV I? • o # t A " Mothers Friend" p« emit, "Mj *>r * iax-d 80 shelter whs taxed 50 per cent while the dl* nionds nf ibn rich were taxed only 10 percent. With thaiv text for tweniy five \#urs he had stumped Illinois. He cod tl-ided with uplifted eyea a IfflTH EASY. glowing peroration by saying v N In the establishment of ad in dostry (here was bo snore mag- nificent monument to t protec- tive tariff than this. [Repub- lican applaus .] Mr Tucker, demon at of Vir ginia also spoke in favor of Mr. m cr. that not all the blood of th- more in t«n minutes crtl'ltfed Clirit t Otl ^ttlvary r children than she did all • ^ « her last, after havuift used ®' U'd ftlpH out blU'h lllfaOl). of^HOTHSR ci frismd," Laughter | "And now. con .1Data,Dmggist,Cam.:,I!!. j tinned Mr. CtlDlloD, 4*the (?♦*!•- f ,^ruan cou,t*8 here and drags regulator co., j in a rt*ffM)ce to a remark 1 *rL*"T**o+ made in the fifty first congress in the hurry of a running de- bate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 February 1894

tirMII - * I# * * ■ aSl jfl ^ I f ^ m k * * t . f&m - 0% ' •- - a #3 >A1 ■ I ' ■>< « M'KXNNEY, TEXAS. ^ - 1 £ -■ ■■1 '■> i = AY. FEBRUARY 8 1894 They wash theik clothes with clair h SOAS made only by MBANK&COl Sr.Louis. THE WORK IS DONE Proposition of the Clark Committee to the Hoggites. INDORSE CLEVELAND As4 Ratify the National Plat- form AdtptM it ClUcagt Y\ A ■ ILLUKX DIKCmiT. OHiWl Alliance. M. N. Stroup, Ventre. « edar Alliance, 14 mi Ian innev, Wedneedsy, April, NmosIo Directory. St. John's Lod * No. M, A. F. A A. M. meet* the 4th Saturday night in eacli month, E. II Bowut. W. M. R. F. DtwiLL, Smj. Haggai C hapter No. 53, B A. H. , Mlaa Leoia Spivey, Piano * eets the 4th Monday night in each month C H. Wysowg, H. P. W. M. BAGIRT. Secy. McKinney Order Eastern Star Chap- ter No. CI meet* the 2nd Tueaday night in each month at Masonic hall M E. Winnr. Worthy Matron. W. M. Baulky. Seer ^n-Aixuxcie. Alliance meet* at p. m., and Fourth Saturdays in each T B. Carr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 February 1894

• *•: - M ■ c 4 * * < •' • * - ' * .5 ' - m* * ♦ /I L«w> r Tim bill wpulii il •liedoi'lfttt mate ytatndt? sad la ready for theprseident's ton. Caklmli, in 1678 pleading for move aooej, and Carlisle in 1694 issuing bonds to better enable the capitalists to find nse for their money, represent j the strongest possible extrem- es. Sixteen years is a long time and sometimes works sur- prising ohnnges.—Waxahachie Mirror. Hew Are We Building? _ m k at that time very seviouaiy. For I was treated by oae physician poo- I was In buaineaa. on account of my I told dot friends that I My feet and Iimba were badly swol- I was Indeed In a serious condition mciancoo- not itre > A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN. A Page From Her History. important experiences of other* ara „ . cj_ 4 .. w Tins foftoalna fa. no exception: PeW people SSSIB tO OOUCem •I had been troubled with heart disease. CS . _ . , themselves about the perma nency of public institutioa*. Under the law of natural selec- tion or "surviva...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 February 1894

• < . > - - V ••• , N«. 13 ArIvm 5:31 a. ■. * t •• 10:59 a. ** 1 " 8;ift p. a. •«!** 8:14 a. m. M 4 M i&p.m. U '" , lfetOel S;30 p. a. Oar good faced Mr. N. Oaluoua, of Royss City, to-day for Amob Joass eontf tomakshis future born. Hi ordmTiix Devooeat. to his mv ttdrcM. WhJle wo wgrtt his leaving we with Mm sue Wesm Al FOB COUNTY JUDGE. Vt in WBItaasa POR COtJtfTY ELL. WiinuthNlnd tesaaonane J- W. WeddlUm 4jp*%rCeeatj Clark. ▲ lamp exploded ill the of James Sbradsr last Tharaday Bight. The alarm of fire was soaaded aad the fire oompaay promptly tamed oat bat the flames weie extiagaieh ed at oaoe by the ooenpants. Caadidatee of all parties who wish their names pleeed before a larger aamber of Cottia ooun If people, should announce is Til Dexooeat at once. LOCAL NEWS. Jowph V. Dory, «f «iim. la., tieaMeS with rbMMtta aid triad a namber of different wad I— , bat nj ma of tkem sootaeS to do Mm any good; batflaally he got hold of one that speedily enrad. Ha was aaaeh pleosed w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 February 1894

. * s * $m. ■'Kz ~ ' - *E'- •• - f IENI R: IK A balky bone may have spirit, but it has do sense. frwybody would be perfect ifAo«gfcttfc>. ' w •• * . • •' II might reduce general ex- peaces if the tolls of tbe bety* could be collected. —- Black walaut sawdust^ najra- mel and roasted and browned liver are used to adulter are three things I have loved and nee*r nnder music and* wo I—painting, —Fontelle. Washington, Feb. 5.—The aiiaa debate >rain occn attention of the a night session being held to permit speeches by those members who deeired to talk, but who otherwise would not hav* had an oppor- tunity to do so On aoconnt of the limited t>me allowed. The defeat* is st tract ing much l*ss att-nt <A in the b* u-e than was an (icipated. This is,j^r- haps, due to the abandonment of the policy of restoration of the administration and pa tly to the fact that the long de bate has surfeited the house The principle spesohes to-day were made by liesars. Johnson of Indiana, Boutelle o...

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