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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 February 1894

"• -7.' ± mmm ■■ ' D. OOOSTRCCl rtfuodwict QROCKBUS j.r. o inu. j > •?< gLli£ •|r - ^-,. w ' I SP r ®L> I* — VOL. 10 M'KIKNEY, -2. ^iijc rrisf^ £ ^Jfif "Would yoaknow %dry vritii pleasure Our faces so beam? 0sr5sn6nh mfw grumMe, A*® dream. WORST ON BWOBD. TkllMW^ItM soap It tbe cause of our bliss; I all sorts of cleaqirtg It qr*r comes anpso. Habc Only by n.k.fairbank & co. st. lOOS. Chicago, 111., Feb. 19.—The blizzard of tbe moat approved pattern with snow, sleet and energetic wind swept down on Chios go last night and to-day raged with constantly increas- | ing violence. Great snow drifts blocked the streets, Suburban trains were delayed and ^now sweepers were kept constantly in nse to prevent the stoppage of the street car lines, traffic on which was badly delayed. The blizzard Is the most severe that has visited Chicago Jtr manv yeass. • JOHH E. BATLOBT The Holed Indian Vfiktcr Tessa Pioneer,is San Ahtonio, Tex., Feb. 8.— News reaehed here to day of the dent**, at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 February 1894

■Ean&i '■ri T- '-- W l ~'V " * ' - " *" ■ £/ -; , . ■Km - rare** g|M!M • ' i. Md hy all If *oa oraltlply the igaraoby 0 tastaad of fit ym wfll tere aaote startling rs •oil, r__ Tie figares is 4 1, 2, 3,4, o, 6, ?, 9. Multiply- iag time by Im wa hare: 1 9 3 4 H 6 7 9 JK • tnkai at sites in OklikM la mat to JS {build ip towns miWWM by «£ that road. The matter hat been brought ip la with A view ofcompeliiag the road to atop Its tvaias at all •tatSou. Altir 4 Ai, itg dtt tnaratirsalM oa, sven by *t!m th* G. O. P*s. to latarfcvo with "private . property." Qo Mat ownership is the oaly true solntioa of theqoeatioa. THE DEMOCRAT. SDITSD AND FUBL18HKD ' l| F.frliMpHV • '• THURSDAY. FSB. 15,1894. The IIoKortxt Dxhoosat ought to change its aaaie at oaca aad not sail nader false oolors. . It comes aboat as to bsikg a democratic bat for speculative pat- to stop at ♦ka madhafr If not Hi —Mi— af ak> ** Vat I Ma Jaat thia miant. out Al CLASS. Meal Wswr WlB M Mix. from the atay hundreds of ia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 February 1894

sags r"S> : ' ~ ' hASSI . - --^r- . * ■£?** LtJ Powder ABSOU/TEiar PURE Ontril Railway Arrlres Mr. F. Emerson will give a birthday dinner to-morrow, to which many of bis old friends •re invited. The McKinney Institute will p*m' observe Washington's birth- Line Railroad. ^ bj appropriate exoercises. Twes WUI be planted on the grounds. Helta, He. 1$ Arrival Ml a. m. • k* 3 14 10:59 &. m- u •* I" M 8:15 p. M 8oatlb •* S 14 8:14 ft m.( u M 4 u 4:49 p.m. i •• 44 24 to' C f*M!iS* foU-r ii fV)lr: i« i«. session. County conn will convene on Mondav March 5. saturday nigh* ui 8:80 p a>, "Sweetbricr,'* ad American play,iHllbeMM ' ed at Herd's opera house, nt- der the efficient directorsbip'of county clark Waddill since onr Hi MMii bave bees issued B- last report. -. T.V. Johnson aodOrie T, Benson, Ken per and Florence E. Allen, W. If. Mc- Cardy And LuIa Duncnn, C. O Bryant And Nnnnie M. John- son, C. 8mnil wood «nd Annie Beck... . % Remember "Sweetbrier*', or Ween authorised to annou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 February 1894

■■ 32 - - '■ EiraH Hi ■f-tf i is F - i, _ * ## wj& NT MOTHERS' cnirivn ft WILL DO alth* if HAND MORE. tt Shortens Labor, tie Tan A D. W. Vorbw. (^nuirrra on Fctasti. \ Umtkd STATVB SKX*TB. j Washington, D. C., Feb. JO, WM. TO AOKIOrLTUIUSTd. e IIyDeaeSir: In former y^ara when the question of tariff was upper- most in tut) consideration of the people, circular letters were it is'desired §J|*t yljttr sue shall be confioaS to your own hnsinees and be stated concise- ly. Publicity will not be given to names or location of busi- ness if yon so desire. Very Er^rfnlly, D. VV. V00BHSB8, Cbairmtn. Refering to tbe above The Democrat wou'd suggest that aoyoue who feels interested shoald write their views at once and direct to Senator ' TO ALL POINTS MORTn and EAST HhptfMm WW Stuping Can asd VIS ME— CSAIB CMS. - FBOM All Points in Texas St Louis, Kansas City rx AND CHICAGO. Here i)o«« connection i* wade with fael train, of £Mt«n and Southern Ubm, makinit iter M. K A T ihe bwt Up to NEW YORK...

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

. zm - m - v- * i • -V - n ''Wmr*S&m X* ' - ■-5 "' *■' ~~~ mm * f* .'1.SJ 4? i-t" -- - W D. GOOSTREE ■TAPLB AND FANCY GBOCKKIIS. I Stock, popular prices. Js P. Dowell, East Louisiana Street, TEXAS. 1 7 ' ■ - 77- >• < - V'v- ■ /iV. RAT. _ A I ? IVnHf ¥ *11 •! An MONEY TO |A B8 TRACTS or Til McKixxcy, cntcrcdatthkmi A SSCONSCUISS MAIL SUTTER- 'gm: VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, , THURSDAY. MARCH 8 1894 NO 35 1 14 rfUi yu£ />n4t& Mt*0 JUAM /uaC Jt€0iunw-&ZZ') Mi? £ iMt&h y v JfiJtU/. cfo y&A /4uM^<&a/u(. %&U, Q&4& Sfet&fea/c ■ '?/ £ -ouiit. JOE MILE He Meets the Postmast- er General And Has a Sharp Contro- versy. mm 1IE WILL SOT BE DICTATED TO IN CONSIDERATION OF OFFI- CIAL rATBONAtiE. MATLOCK TALKfll. honored in the breach than the observance, except when ibis is done in spiteful revenge against * member cf the presi- dent's own party who bappenf ro differ with him on a parrici* )ar policy, and who houestly -tale* (bat difference to l:is ronis! *...

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

*• patronize home ixstttttiojs. The fellow with the patent bill file and cheap blank state ments who was here last week was a pretty good ishernian. He caught some for $3.25. some for $4.00. and offered some for $1.7o. He siz>*d his man and took his pile. He struck on- merchant and offered him the outit for $1 73 The merchant told him there were two news- papers in town that could do all his printing ; that they spes from $7.*j to $i50 in town twrr month, while the paient man • rtisement of BOUti, TAX AST A!CD HARMOJY. Four years ago the enthusi- astic followers of Governor Hogg would repel the thought of his Excellency associating with Boss Croker of New York's corrupt Tarnany ring which has been denounced throughout the country as the most debased political organi- zation in existence. Croker has been in Texas now for a week, during which time he has been almost constantly in SAILED THE SEAS 38 TEARS. In addition to thi \ Bourke One of Hi# Experiences. Cockran, the great anti s...

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

et all In LsavoMg f*wc • oUrt U. S. Gov't Report. Baking Powder ABSOUUTELY PURE u4 Texas Os*ral Railway Ttae Table. Going- North, No. 1.1 Arrives 5:21 a. ns. 10:59 a. m. 8:15 p. m. 14 •4 Booth •i *« it 3 1 2 4 14 .4 4t >i ShrfTcpvrt and Leaves. Arrive# Arrives . Departs. > • • * • • • ' ACCOMMODATION. G. C. Thornpaon, of thin of- fice, has a lien that came in the house, some three weeke ago, and laid an eeg in a box. Since th^n she has went on the same nest daily and, laying an lionr or 6o, comes i ft' cack ling as though prou i of Lav in;? done her duty, but no eggs have been produced since the flll. _ . first day. b:14 a. m. • 4:49 p. id. It Diufct b« a good article that will in- 9:28 p. m. duce a man to go forty miles to get it, { Mr. E. K. S wet nam, of Fairfax Station. Va-, sa\p; a party <*au:e forty miles to Southern, his store for Chamberlain's Cough Rem- 10:40 a m edy and bought h dozen bottles. "The G-30 p. m. is a great favorite in this vi- | cinity," he *a\s"and ...

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

V : - ' ■' . ■ *r^ *^hM9P* X f Svlfft SptcKic S ft A Tested Remedy C 2 For AM ^ 1 Blood and Skin f 8 DinaseiH 8 •a." 8 - 8 Being purely vegetable, is harm- ^ less to its effects. W HON. A. H. LIVINGSTON. r« r« and stiugs of ih* party laeh have lost their powers HE PRESENTS HIS REASONS FOB over me and 1 P™P<>®e to vote lare and the number of their Prophecies Being Fulfilled. mortgages. Give them goM and demolish silver with the Dnring the debates on the -A g o<l mail) tueti are like cheap theatrical bills. A very litile money causes ihem to be stuck up.--Buffalo Courier. LEAVING THE DEMOCRATIC ^or support the populist lightning of thy wrath, : silver repeal bi l, the advocates PARTY. parly with all tr.y vigor. « , oh, mighty Cleveland to «' &«• coin, e declared that _ enemies all but the *be price of silver governed the Human lite is wry expensive The Party Lasli Has Lost Its The appalling wrongs inflict- love our What is for Contagious Q , Inherited Scro- fola and Skin ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 March 1894

.v* ■ J-k: * -t pas - "3- K ~- ^ l •/ -,««j - v^r*! f W D. COO£TR£E flTAPLft AKD FANCY GROClEIkS Opposite J. P. Dowell, East Louisiana tfcKUTXKY, t. texas. CWTCRCDAT THE P09 VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, ) fRAt J sorTH SDAY. MA15CH 1894 OUR CLOTHING Is of the best Cincinnati makes, the j proper things in Fit, Prices, Shades and 8 8 81 s - sri* ll £ £ r B _ a ■ Everything to please, from Tomt | Thumb to Corbett. IN BOYS' CLOTHING. We have the most complete line in McKin- ney. The boys are never forgotten at our store. 'A* it >/> it* f ^ r^<•*i .if. l*M *''1 ""'I' - " v i " ' f •'■T*' ►- -v *•- * ^ • - w * * **-4 * -r *—<*■ "y ** —4 — ^ « ' k*i / Li.* 4.\>I /a * - ■* I *A 1 1* • a * '• *#« *- ► 4- * ♦ * # M* - Gladstone Resigns - And delivers the Commission to Lord Roseiiberry. AS z&z, a* & -i.% & i Talmage Cancels His resignation OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT ax <r Will be managed by Miss Margie Pullenwider 5s* .♦m •** again this Spring and everybody know, who 1 ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 March 1894

- .... . • p^SSL^JI I "• ■ - v ■ re • s r- • SpHflg- Ku * ■ "s - girW >- ! *C" i' , ' ; IswsSk^ ; ; / • • ; VL' The Electrical T ?i? rebellion fn Brazl! has' WifT nave the amoant of I m-;i bv "br antonditional! liquet bills and b6r« artesian j 7 . _ surrender of >U* insurgent*. Da wellsf How They Control the Orgar. jGama_ ^ U BDLItO! of the Body. An A. P. A. lecturer attempt- ed to organize an anti-Catho- ihw iilfil force of the human body, u fluid may betenw4.li an espe-IH ■■ ■■ H of acicncp. a-, it : lie secret club at Dallas last oif'tb^boSy?8hcrr<Tt< i! Thursday when he was fired at the brain and conv *ye<i bv i . .. . . ,. __oC the nerves to the various organs <>/ ' lOUi" MOl^S frOR) the audience body, thussupolying the latter with tlio ^ssarytuiu- bv a local Catholic ato( Q man. health. The trie nerve, as ; 1 D« rUOtS failed to take e ffeCt 1 here, may be sakl to be the most important KMH TT • , °*Ulea5aullupp^wf-i Vho ^ * cashier of ih l45c*' ¥uh"Se Merch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 March 1894

!tREEt&&3 *''* .iig-i-V : •' ~:j ri :- s -•' ' ;. , JS •' ' *fcy H?2 " .. 3*3§l " of all in owe- U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURB TfXM Central Rallwij Tine Table. Little Annie Dowell is im- proving since the operation at Ne v Orleans and will be ab's to return home in a short time. If V( u deride to take Hood's Sarsap;irilla do not be induced to boy any substitute article. Solng North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. | Tak* Hood's and only H- od's. u u •t •4 4* South •4 14 4* 44 (4 44 44 3 1 2 4 14 ft • 44 44 44 •4 10:59 a. m 8:15 p. m j 8:14 id. j 4:4! p. in. 9:28 p. ai. Shrereport and Southern. Mrs Tom R*cer has gone to Wise county to attend the bed- side of her dying father, Mr. John Flanders. Mr. Fianders ATTItm accom \10dlti0n. 10:40 a m Wll9 a ( jt;Zhf\ of this county for C:3u p. u . J years having l# ft litre about 10:30 a. tu. ' A €-all for a County Convotton. AUK N ' 8 1 v94 y.p-i' : - if Oi" •• d a chaii tuan - f iltrf xecatimec* tu mi ttee of the people'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 March 1894

89 _ - "-wfc- j L . ■ ■ * ' i^j. - f - ^ fW cJort|e ■fawjfbo- IrCnHfk 1o9 roJ)oU« A3 DoMfoyon! USE CLAIR Soap If % AlKUKK«Co. stisUis, Calendar of District, Ctanty and Commissioners Court of Col- lin County. Punier Coin: Bos. T. J. Brown, Judge. Court coqtcdm 1st Moodsjt In Jan. ury and J a no of sack ysar. Court : M. Q. Abernathy, '"^oonTonen for elvll, erimlnial >robats baainom. 1st Monday in Moo- 3rd II is Mar; 4th sna pr. Mamh, —— iariaJntr; fad Moadaj In Dsoeaber of sacto rear. la Oct. and iGoarr: Convenes 2nd Mondays in February, May, August and November of oaek ▼< CHURCH DISKCTOKY. ctntaantiwo fa—l isaiA*. Services ovory Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. a. and 7:30 p. an. Rot. J H Woflord, pastor. Sabbath school ovory Sabbai h at 9:30 a. m. saperlnUnd- ent. ITTVUI. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. a., Rot. G. A. Kas- aell psitor. Sabbath sohool every Sab- bath at 9:30 a. a. Prayer mooting 0T0rj fiednosday night at 7:90. Sei vices ovory Sabbath at 11 o'cloc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 March 1894

fpfii* IP m m:4' fe£* ; - W D. GOOSTREE ▲KD FANCY QROCKSUS. popular prteM. J. F. Dowell, East LouiaUu Street, TEXAS. P w KNTCKCO T THI MtTOfFICt AS SCCOHDCLASS MAIL MATTKR* VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAKCH 82.1894 COLLAR! Am CUFFS. Wvb UNIQUE IXMU MICATIOX OH FILE IX THE ARCIIYE8 OF THE AGRICULTURAL DEPART- MENT. Should you decide to adopt ray suggestion, I shall take pleas- ure in acting as agent for Religtou and Love. Denton, Denton Co., Texas, BELONGS TO A PAST AOW your department in distribnt- March 17. Kmil Schmidt, a ing as many barrels as you can German, about 35 years of ag** spare of a real good article, was taken charge of by an olfi- j and can assure you that I shall cer and j !aced i.n the hospital j They put them where they will do department of ths county jail * ^BU|| the most good. this afternoon t ti complaint o*| manentiy enre Coosa- As the south is now doing its lnnaey. This case is a p*cn ! hag—. m* J^SmlSSS^ full share toward maintaining liar one. Some mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 March 1894

■PS | • *9 '-■m' ■ 3 ••• Wm . • -t; ■' 4*T. " -•• ^ • -,-3S: , - VVP *; ••-> *•.. IMiHS *.* T^i% * Electeicitv has been sue cessfully applied to road wag ons and carriages. We thick the time is Dot far distant when its use cn country roads will be common. v . :'W 'f y' iUoST every city is infect- ed with gangs of gamblers who openly defy fie laws and in many instances the officers j^stand in ' wish them in con- sideration of their political in tlaence. A RETIRED BUSINESS WOMAN •. plant and the Matlock commit- A Page From Her History. , water, but the democratic Ti « lm n>rt:u e-qrrietifes of others rra maSSeS Will See about giving Tli- ittilvvriug Ls no except' t: . . _ "iiiadhe«u tmuMod with i««art db^us« the increase—of the vote of years, rnu'h of that time renr seriously. For > jve yvir-1 w,v.trviitcii i j oiie phjsirjanc„u-' the party.—Fort Worth Ga^ tinuou.lv. I in bosiuesA, toot obliged to retire on account of ruy health. •Irian told but friends that I could not lire ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 March 1894

of all in Leavening Powe* ' r.*ee U. £. Gov't Report Baki%f Pomler ABSOLUTELY PURE Tfxus Central Railoat Time Table. The Petersburg echool bouse is being enlarged by therebuil ding of another room and other wibe improved. An acre more of grouud has be -u added to the ^rourds. Going North, No. 13 Arrives " :21 a. m. *• M *♦ 3 •• 10:51 a. tu. 44 4* 44 1 M 8:15| . It' M South *4 2 44 8:14a in. 44 •* 44 4 44 4:4! p. m. 44 44 44 14 *• p. iu. ■ , Shrer« port ao«l Seuth'-rn Leaves lu:40 u ui Arrives 6:3U p. m. accom uoi >a r ion . Arrives ............... ..••«. 10.* W a. m. p jrtts •••••• •••••• •••• The nonij bound passenger 'r:iin last Tuesday morning was 7 hours lut^ on aeeount « f tij* failing in of a bridge across K >w]t-tt ereek in the south parr . * ih county. Mr. R. R Parker. *bo h - be *n at bom-, sick, ha* returr td to Sherman. I FURIOUS Mi Mr. R. F. Dowell and his sisur, Mrs. W. J. Stokes, re turned from New Orleans last night, where Mr. Dowell took his little daughter, An...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 March 1894

v * y SKC"' ^ 'N.i' if- •: ":* *■ JfifU' -■ v > y J~ i . &T ftiK' . - IS ■: m W Louisiana KNTKftCDATTHCPOS mt VOL. 10 -■ - M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAKC'TT 29.1894 You Should KnoW rry!\W(iGMT a Soap y°ur6 to Commonweal Army. Frye'a Bny* In Camp at El Paso Waiting for Transportation to San Antonio. CHECKS COXEY RECEIVES. ter to day from Qen. Frye, the upon congress. To do this It Ybo Army Can't Assemble the Capitol—Strict Law lu the Case. at commander of the industrial army of 700 men now on their way from El Paso to San Anto- nio. Frye says that be wi! 1 be in this city in a day or two to tnak* arrangements to feed his men here. He says their inten- tion is to pnsh through as fast as possible toward Washing- ton. El Paso, Tex., March 23.— The first California regiment of the industrial army broke r . ,, , . , . ' -lpsrtof Jo** etomtt$n up iheir camp in the roar of # _ army official ROUTE Inqu ry at the Texas aod Pa citic general offices vesierday elicited the information th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 March 1894

■ * y meeting in Dallas en- dowed "our democratic presi- dent" and failed to say a word about "our democratic gover nor V9 s«a A YOUNG GIRL'S FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. Nothing anpeaia eo "rooffiy to * mothers — i kcr daughter jtwt bedding into mL Fcllivrin* is an instance: "<>iu Blanch?. u< w U year* of aire, had terribly cfE ivied \rith ncnroiMne*, and bad tosA the entire um of her right arm. she wrae In sndU a cunditioa (but we bad to keep bar from school and abandon her matte les •on. In fact, ire feared 8t. Vitus danee, on J are positive bat for an invaluable remedy die troofd bare had that terrible affliction. We had employed pLrniciaa*. but ase reecived fh •ft? from tbeu . The fort of la* Auiiwt >-bo t r pounds, and although she ha three bottle* of Nerrfnc she not her nerveanns and sym *. nploved phyrteiaa?, but J from ibcus. The um of d but 75 pounds, and a! !t three bottle* of Nt 1I6 pounds; her nervouk^. wjtmy St. Vitas ocuee arc entirrly gone, st r cbooi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 March 1894

?'4B? •• t sS? ^ -./** * ... t- .' rv ?; • - vcninj V,api r*. P. 'Jones x>Uf[*~ T* *«** U. S. Gov't R«port ;(,trninif i„ horn* W'fcV* , ABSOUJTELY PURE ■ aid Texas Central Katlwaj Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives .V21 a. an. at 44 4. 3 •• Kholl a. u . U 4* M ] 44 8:1."> p. tu. 44 South M 2 4- 8:14 a ui. 44 44 | 44 4:40 p. nr . ; 44 M 44 14 " S:2S p. in l, Shreveport und Southrrn. Leaves e a e • • • n a a a a a • • • lt':40 a ui Arrives e • a e • a a a a a •••••• C:;tu p. ui ACCOM UODal ION. Arrives Departs LOCAL NEWS. H. R. .1* ff *ys *as in Dallas last Saturday. The Pop'iiidt dub meets at Copeville tonight. \t. M. 11 Bvroe was in Dalian ■ of linKibOf) last Saturday evening received serious inju ries from being 'brown out of a wagon. He was driving down a hii3 when the tongue of his *ag n dropped to the ground ca ising the wagon to overturn. Hi* collar bone was Vroken, face bruised and some interna) injury sustained. Those who have not an swer«-d our recent letters call...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 March 1894

* * g ' -• J* IS SSTO ft k* H is Dr. Biinnel Pttchcr** prescription for Infinta Children. It contain* neither Opinm, Morphia# nor Kareotie substance. It is a harmless substitute fbr Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. IS to Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by ■miens of Mothers. Castoria U tho Children's Panacea Castoria. Castoria. i«8 adapted to ehfldru that it aa superior to any preecriptioa «Dfc" IL A. AacHaa, M. D.. til So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N T. to ao unimml and known that to aectzu a work to endorse it. Few are the who do not keep Castor m Caaux Xom. D. I>. New Tor* City. Castoria sores CoHc. CooatlpaUoa, Sour Stomach, IXarrtKea. Eructation, Cflk Worms, gives oieep, and promotes dfr geetion, Without injurious medication. 'Tor epveral years I hare r«voauneadel y-mr 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to dniov it has invariabi produced beneficial results." Fdwix F. Paasaa, H. D., t"*ih Street and Tlh A*e., Now York City. fn TT° n ^' Belt RpiJT"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 April 1894

GOOSTR AJffD FANCY GEOCERUS lar price*. J.F. 9 viU,;li>rt Loo Ulan &| Street, ir, TEXAS. OL. 10 * •: - ' ■■ . / . • m - ) CLASS MAIL MATTER ?%c .WE 5JNQ 73HE P/tAiSL or Pure CLAIRETTE FOR IT MA& STOOD T«f T£ ALL TNC SOAPS "OundtHLSHm VKO THIS"FAIRBANKS IS THE BE57. * IS SMELL SWEET,OU/I LINEN SHINES 10 WONDER J !BMHK$ CLAIRETTE SOAP . FILLS HOUSEMAIDS WITH DELIGHT. C/TKJ54IRBANK &.CO ST. LOUIS. The Bland Seignior- age Bill Meets with a Cold Reception in the Hands OF PRE8IDBNT CLEVELAND '•The Dollar of Our Daddies" Is Kolfed In the Hands of Its Friends. is this and nothing more, that as the parity between the two metals is demanded, when an extra amount of silver is put into currency there must be an extra amount of gold in the government's hands to keep up dollars. The Sherman act is now repealed and hence the president's observation that it is not cleir into what kinds of coin, the bullion should be struck, is not lawyerlike, as a lawyer wonld know ihe bill is the pa...

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