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

« . .. >AY, NOV. 15, 18M fif lit liOBtlil|>- • •••••••••• 1.UU One eolntnn 1 yenr *xMS& 1J* 11 column 1 year SCUM 1-lnek ilngtc ooluam 1W* Local nctlces, 7 p*nts per itne foi " Insertion. Obituaries of mere 10 lines will be charged for at our All contract* will be charged for to proportion to the above. F. C. Thompson, Proprietor, McKlnne*, . Tex** Well don* pope! Better tb n w+ expected. Organize and o with the campaign of edncafion! *-p beadfully demoralized democracy iie d. James Stephen Hugo's trib* of "jailer canines" will soon be extinct. There are strong indications tbat another bond ieaoe is about to be made. The laat fcesesion of the 53d congress convenes the 5th of December and will remain in session tl r* e months. , f: sa . ForOofowr, C A Culberson, D. T L Nugent, P For Congress, J W Bailey, D. ... U M Browder, P... For leprsssntstfves. J R Gough, D. J L Greer, D • • • • • 8 Ik 14429 ««••••«*• • • • • The party of oroKeu promis es and unclean hands has beei rep...

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

M M V«tt, M *• ( •• 10c5 a. m «• m 1 ** 8:1ft p. n " • u 8:14 a or " 4 " 4:49 p.m. •« « 14 ♦ AfftWi*•••••••••• 4:3ft p. B' Arrives 10:80 ft. A Bound Departs. Depart* 12:00 p. m >.. . 4.3ft jp. a®' LOCAL NEWS. Ob to Balls City. ^ e m J. B. Khoden 1c qaita tick with fever. Presley Duncan entered school at the Hiss Slliot Harris has returned from a visit la Sherman. Mr. aad Mrs. C. H. Wray spent Son day la Pentoo. M%0 C. Catter. of the Rargmln itore In Dallas Tuesday. Boo Dates spent a pleasant day Vlnelaad Sunday. ai Mr. Loole Benjamin, of Deal son, vis- ited In MeKinney Sunday. George Richey, of Denton, spent Fri* day aad Saturday in MeKinney. m m ^ Miss Laora Coffey Began ber term of school at Backbone Monday. G. F. Jones, one of Lebanon's most popster young men, S)>ent San day in MeKinney. m e ^ Misses Roth SneeU a d Ida Sp'irgeon •jf Eogieman. attended the Te cber Institute Saturday. Miss Fannie Colbert, of Colbert, 1. tM Is hsse, the guest of Miss Bessie Wiley. Mr. and Mrs....

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

It is A harmless substitute Diops, Sosthififf Syrups, and Outer Oil* Its guarantee Is thirty year# use by Castoria U the Children's Castoria. til Ml I9M." II A. Aacnca, iL D., m Sow Oxford St, Brooklyn, V. Y. D. D„ New York CStjr. lODBe, Diarrhoea, Kills Wi Tor d j no as It results." I have rwBoinwtBiiw 'and Stall ahrays continue tc Invariably produced benefidai Sown r. Paanaa, " D., 125th Street aajJ New York City. Tn Cnrtci Ogarm, 77 Y< ' alliance directory. Coujrnr Alliance. President, M. N. Stroup, _ Verora, Text*. Secretary, Miss Sallie btroup, Verons Tft©wlett, Oct, 17.18W. SCB-ALI IAXCM. Bethany Alliance meets First and Third Saturday niicbts in each uionih. President, 8 M. ilart. Secretary, Mrs. E C Forbes. Josephine meets Saturday night be- fore 2nd and 4th Sunday in each month. b. F. ivt. Pres., Josephine, Tex. C. C. CaKLtoUt, Josephine, Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday night tefore the First and Third Sun- days in eacb month. J. w. Younger, Pres. J. L. PrcBKTT, Sec....

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

:-4- L v> - i rW*:3iii • 1 . *-v.- • • Yi * \ r jyfeT- --S# I sUfl I I ■/* ° PTRtSMT SB £ m FOB FALL fe fife fife ^ Also fall line of Heating Stoves, and the j® fife finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas. • •. 8 Mohawk and Superior. * ft —— "-r—— * Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also Fine line oi Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and n -Tea Sets ... HOLIDAY GOODS! >, M u|ps Silver Plated f other goods too tedious to mentfoa, at tlie Lowest Prloea that can be sold. "We do not udvertl <? all One Dollar's Worth of Goods 1 J. F DOWELL. 9 ft 11 East Lonieiana St, McKINNEY, TEXAS. I TO K 61VFJ AWAY ABSCLUIELT FUEL-HOW IT WILL OE OMfc We have bad made for ua a number of Kxys ONE of which will nolock the plate-glass and natal money-box which is now cn exhibition in onr store. We have placed in this box ICO Silver Quarters, and on and after December 25p ISM, nHi bolder of ibeie key* will be permitted to try to nolock the box. The pereoa whoa* kef opens the box will be glrea t...

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

"n. ilfeSOl ?v ■m . SS ►AY, NOV. 22, IfM l.UO 76 40 itba,. (iUi >•••••••• In Texas this boiioMs tour. Oiur AdvcrtiMiiig llates. One column 1 year $130.00 Half column I year 80.00 1-inch single column . 12.(X) Leetl notices. 7 cents per lire foi Insertion. Obituaries of more 10 lines will be charged for ftt our All contract* will be charged for In proportion to the above. C. Thompson, Proprietor,' MeKinnev. Taxes Never halt boys. Remem- ber 1896. Democrats are now sieging "After the Squall" Ugsnis Busted Hill was de feated by "General Apathy.' —f presi Lost—A demouartic dential possibility. Raise bogs but for Heaven's sake avoid the Tyler breed. ———' -j. Denver, Col., celebrated her 30th anniversity on the 17 inst. Gkx. Apatiiv made a howl- ing success in his "march to the sea." Democrats failed brate this election, apathy" objected. to cele- "General Parkkr county, the home of Col. Lanbam, redeems herself by giving a populist majority. Populism has few battle scars and will be eo...

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

p n 4a* HortL Wo. IS ArItm Wlt . - •• *• s •• 10M a.m. 8:15 p. m. 8:14 a. n. 4*9 p.m. * p. a. «« u ... 4:25 p. n ... 10:60a. l Sail Bound Depart*. _ Depart* 12:08 p. m. Aeeoommodstion 4:53 p. m. mm LOCAL NEWS. On to Bills City. C. D. Wray, of Denton, vas in the eitj Sunday. Thanksgiving service* will be held in the Christian church on the 2SHh. R. L. Hay and lady are spending the In Denton connty. Anderson Green, the negro that was last Thursday, died of bi? wounds Friday* Vr. Stinnett, of Snerman, was in Mc- Kinney, Monday, on business. W. H. Waterman part of the waek. wss sick the first Constable Evans, of Farmersville came over Tuesday with g>uie attach- ed witnesses. Duncan Holder is confined to his room with fever. His* Howerton, of Vinev Grove, spent Friday and Saturday in Mc Kin- ney. Louie Coffman, of Melissa, wss in Mc- Kinney Sunday to see his best girl. — m • —^ Burnia and Anna Crim, of Ard I. T., visited relatives and friends in this city, Sunday. It is reported that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 November 1894

„ sPi Lt i s ASTO A mm Is Dr. tanel Pltcher*s prescription for Infimts nd Ckildieift. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Knicotic substance. It to n harmless substitute fee Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. II |g Pleasant* Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Caatoria. Castoria. taao wrtl adapted tochlktrra that , d'Aro H m i • ip^rioc to any prescription to me.'' fl. A. Airgn, M. D., 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, Jf. Y. of •CSatoH*' Is m known that It moii a to endorar it. Few are the who do not keep Castoria • Cablos XABTTX, I . K, New York cst>. i Colic, Constipation, Soar L'.amatch. Diarrhoea, Eructation, irow Worms, pint sieeix, and promotes d* portion. Without injurious medication. "For several years i have r-oomniendec your 'Ctetoria,* and sh&H always continue tc do n> as It has invariably produced beneficial n*4Ult8." EDWIX F. PA*9«. M. D., 136th Ft met and Tth Av*...

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

> BRINGS AMERICAN GOLD. Arrive at WHk Yellow New York, Ner. M.- ooiu was brought to tha city by the Curnard steamship L the American liner Fuk In il UTlUZi ~ THE NEW iACTL . fa . , 1 -jjr * ° PUNISH'*' SB 1 ■ FOR FALL TRADE I Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas. • •. Mohawk and Superior. * & & t & i m m 8 Fine line oi Queensware, China. Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. • HOLIDAY GOODS! Ntatuary, Cups, >iugn, <*11 vet* Plated Ware, and other fooda too tedious to mention, all at the Lowest Prloea that ean be •old. We do not advertise One Dollar's Worth of Goods ( For FifYy Cents* We Could but don*t have Co m 5*5 & 5fc rfc •fc * Sfc & fe sis ik * §fe J. F DOWELL. 9 & 11 East Lonisiana St . M< KINNEY. TEXAS. FREESIM Free Silver! HEM! TO BE OIVEI AWAY ABSCLUTELY FREE.- HOW IT WILL BE 001 We have had made for us a naoiber of Kkts ONE of which will unlock the plate-glass and metal money-box which ie now oo ex...

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

I 2-4£ r* M m Rk, .C. Thompson, m r B. THURSDAY. NOV. 2 , 1804 * ; Miss Fraisfi Wtilard has re-elected president of the W. C. T. U. 3S )••••• O • • 4 >••••••< • • 91«0O l.OO 70 40 Balfoolnmn 1 year so.oo l<|Mk stkgto column 12.00 Loeal nctieea, 7 oents per line for each Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our ▲11 contracts will be charged for in proportion to the above. F. C. Thompson, Proprietor, MeK inner* Texes Eighty of the 103 oounties of Illinois etected republican offi cials in the late election, Iif Minnesota, in the recent election, the popnlist vote was more than double that of 1892. The coming December ses- sion of congress will be note* in history as the last "flicker" of the national democratic par ty- ______ Levi P. Morton, Gov.-elect of New York, has msde affida- vit that his campaign exoenses amounted to only $19,790. i Cleveland soldiers to aubdne in the late Pallman suike, the United States government report just handed in sa...

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

* V WfA M M M M North, No. IS it to | U « J Boat* w 1 •4 44 4 M " M ft* 44 VkMi.1 8:15 p.l 8:14 a. l 4:48 p. i :* p. i Wast Bound arrive*. ▲rrivea. 4sH p. i Accommodation Arrives 10:50 a. m Soot Bouid Doporta. Poaaoogor DoporU 12:00 p. m. Aeeoommodation 4:55 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. On to Balls City. Mrs. Sumd Barnes U quite sick. ^ —a * Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilaon visited in the eountry Sunday. ^ m m Avery Dowell and Geo. Rogers went to Piano, Sunday, on their wheels. Mr. W. A. Crouch visited Piano San- day. Clarence Smith, who has been sick is slowly recovering. Ben Carpenter arrived home last Thnaday to spend the winter. mm m ^ Maj. Brown, of Sherman, was in Mc- Kinney Tuesday. * • — J. J. Sogers and Miss Moilie Msddox drove out to Lebanon Sunday. W. T. Beverly went to Dalles Tues- day on business. Otto Hegecoxe and wife snd Mrs. Atkinson visited Mrs. John Hegecoxe, who has been quite sick, last Sunday. Leland Franklin went to Waxahachie on busineea this week. Pro£ B w. Hudgins tad little...

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

t--. - . ASTO •*' -*«*<. I r I Is Dr. ffinl Pitcher's prescription for Tnfiwti It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor It is m harmless substitute hr Pueforic, Drops* Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Castoria. teao well adapted to children that tt as superior to any prescription to ma." H. A. AacBca, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1m so ontaraal and i that it asems a work f It. Fear are the do not keep Castoria • *- W rotes. CUOJSM Xitm, D. D., New York City. Castoria. nraa Ootte, Constipation, Soar Stomach, IHarrhaea, Eructation, Killi Worma, gt*ea sleep, and promotes di Without injurious medication. "For lereral years I hare recommandec your 'Cfcrtoria,' and shall always continue tc do so as tt has invariably produced beneficial ranits." Edwik F. r uii.EJC, M. D., J25th Street and 7th Ave„ New Turk City. Dearer, Nor. 18.—Governor Waite's thanksg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 December 1894

^Slt M?"*" L ^ .... - .11 ° PTRICM-r '31- y f . -s\ ir- '■'St * CMTCftKD ATTHI I IIAII. MATTER t" & & & & Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas. • . Mohawk and Sup jrior. Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also Fin line ol Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets ... HOLIDAY GOODS! Statuary, Clips, 31ugn, silver Pin ted Ware, ami oilier goodH too tociioiiM to mention, all at the Lowont Priocs tlimt onn be Hold, We do uot udverliMe One Dollar's Worth of Goods For Fifty Cents, WeC'ould-hut don't have to SEL_t, I J. P DO WELL. 9 & 11 East Louisiana SI . MoKINNET, TEXAS. & it it it it it: •fc rt: m St it 1 & it Insure TTour Life! I big • j)e«i>4 self-rel'ance— Extlt guisbtnent of mortgage— Pay nent of debts—avoidant*** of the charity of othert. REMbMBER J* .yvldence helps ihoae who help themselves. and That a policy in a fieod t oMi; anj provides protection, and Th& Mutual Life Of New York STANDS WITHO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 December 1894

^*i-aft\l j fi-Wfcii iiiia *5-ii i - r^afrif-BT- r miHfchr^rfiwTiw> " - • ytg-^aa•fr ff ' ^r M i i 5X2 - :• . ' party «u second ia the race and the democratic party was virtually wiped oat of existence. Obs Tcftft*..... ■fttMMtb^ 1.UO 15 4© ##•••••• ••••••' 1 year $130.00 Halfcolomn 1 year fO.OO l^iek single column Local notices, 7 cents per line foi Mcl Insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for st our ail contracts will be charged for in proportion to the above. C. Tb<wp«ox, Proprietor, McKlnnev. Texea 1890 is the battl* rry. Educate for tbe coolest of 1896. Populism is coextensive with the education of the masses. Oni month ago today democ- racy took a tnmM*. Seventy fivk editors and editresses from Wisconsin are on an excursion tour in Texas this week. The poetry corner of last week's issue of the Bonbam 11* view contained some stolid facts clothed in most fitting language. The president's annual ines sage was submitted to con gress Monday. It is gilt-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 December 1894

•>V * « aa M North, No. 18 Arrives 531 a. . « S •• 10:59 a. m. 1 M 8:15 p. m. ■ 8:14 a. m. 4:48 p.m. 8:38 p.m. u Booth a " M <t 3 4 *« 14 u u u u WMt Bound arrives. Arrives.. 4:95 p.m. i mod at ion Arrives 10:50 a. & East Bound Departs. Depart* 12:00 p. m, Accoommodatiou 4:55 p. m, LOCAL NEWS. On to Balls City. Commissiijuer Muck Smith is sick. i—— s>—i1 o — Jerry Manner atteuded the Thompson—McDuffie nuptials in Sherman Tuesday. ^ 9~^ — Mrs. G. G. Thompsoa and little daughter, Miss Lena, at - tended the Thorn pson-McDnllie wedding in Sherman Tuesday. M'llican of Farm ersville, visited relatives . near McKinney this week. ^ m ^ Salt rhnum with its intense itching, dry, hot skin is cared by Hood's Sai>a- parilla. because it purifies the biood. Gene Martin visited bis par ents, Mr. aud Mrs. Jrsse Mar- of Melissa, Saturday and Sunday. • ^ Braun on 4* Humbugs" at Heard's Opera House, Wednes day, Dec. 12. Dud Roundtree moved to McKinney last Thursday. He will engage in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 December 1894

m £38? I Castoria is I>r. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infiffits Children. It eoitiuinh neither Opium, Morphine nor Narcotic substanec. It is a harmless substitute for Pareg?>ric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OP- It is Pleasant. It^ guarantee is thirty years* use by Millions of Mothers, Castoria is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's FrientL Ofrwatfttten* to be •a'urad la to praTeo? ttee IntrodaMloa of < gatttoov^ to*?# vt thta tte « a MMMSOf ymMttODI. la lnt«raattonal cosferenet, with a Ttav of adoettng aaaaa of nataal awtManca. The creation of aoeh a national health artabllali- aient would graatly aUl oar vtaadta* la inch con- ference and lapror* oar opportanltlec to avail ourselves of tbatr benefit*. I earnestly racoamend the Inansuration of a national board of health or similar national instrumentality , belleTinc the —wit to be needed as a precaution against conta- gious disease and In the interest of the i health of our people. Labor (oamUil > safety aa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 December 1894

sw p.; V-.-; - m - f-1 '"'v cktchkoati M'KINNEY, A'" * ; ■ J t i ■AIL MATTta *■ a #- ' —- = ■ 13. 1894. = - /•■ • m* ■ .M ' ✓ . < m ** Si m m —. tin - — m s 0 m m N at ai Am Sn iK sa Accept None of the Pretended _____ FOR RoyalB ■ ites FHB FALL TRADE I SK 95 * & & IN 35 M — & Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas.... sis tt ft! * M|. SK g| Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also jj® ft! ftt Mohawk and Sup jrior. grocers arc urging consumers to buy them tn place of the Royal */ the same retail price. If you desire to try any of the pretended substitutes for Royal Baking Powder bear in mind that they are all made from cheaper and inferior ingredients, and are not so great in leavening strength nor of equal money value. Pay the price of the Royal Baking Powder for the Royal only. It is still more important, however, that Royal Baking Powder is purer and more wholesome and makes better, finer, and more healthful food than any other b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 December 1894

VJ' ■J© * 4 THURSDAY, DEC. IB, 18W Burnt Mo Biz Moot I ••••••< .Sl^o . l.UO 75 40 Adrortlsing llates* One column 1 year $1804)0 Hal/column I year 80X0 1-inch single column 13*00 Local notice*, 7 cents per line foi each insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at oar ▲11 contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address. F. C. Thompson. Proprietor, • McKinnev. Rally to your colors. Detest the party collar. Be for principle. Organize or re organize your populist club at once. Texas legislature meets the second Tuesday in January. Ok* hundred and sixty thousand sturdy farmer pops, W*U- oganfsed for the fray i& 1890 wonld be practicably irre- sis table. One democratic congressman in Texas says his name wonld haye been "Dennis" if republi cans bad not have come to his aid in the late election. According to the Dallas News, there will be in the 54tb congress 244 republicans, 104 democrats, 6 populists and silverite. A. B. Petty, living near Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 December 1894

® •' 'l1 £&■ ' ; 1 I a* * &£-■ Efltt i S9SS Is order lo diminish our immense stock of Ftfiitan 8iotm, Qomoswuv, Ac., fto,, we will, for the Next 80 Days, offer our entire stoek Right it Cost. Our Goods are marked ia plain figure aad yon can tee for your- self. Be tare aad see us before yon bay. Respectfully, ASBURY * SNEED. sat Texas Ceatrsl Kstlway Ma* North, No. IS Arrtvaa 5:21 a. tn. •• *• S •• 10:591. a. m • « i •• 8:15 p. m H South " 9 44 8:14 a m. m .* « 4 M 4:49 p. m. m « •« 14 *♦ 9:36 p. m West Bound arrives. Arrive# 4: p. a. Accommodation Arrive® 10:50 ft. a Kilt Boand Depart a. Departs 12:00 p.m. ........... 4s65 p. m. LOCAL NEWS. ^ On to Balls City. sa a m J. L. Jellison of Missouri is visiting lelarives in McKinney. Miss Floreuce Tnrockmorton returned Friday from a visit in Austin. ^ a m Henry Singleton the success- ful swine breeder, was in Mc Kinney Monday, wm m * Three members of Mr. Gene Barlow's family are down witb typhoid fever. m W. A. McCutchen proprieto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 December 1894

PIS r"""'■ &g _ .. , A Is Dr. iiiel Pitcher's prescription for Inflmts It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor It is a harmless substitute Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It to Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria the Children's Panacea Castoria. Castoria. ton well adapted to children that it M superior to any prescription H. A. Aran, M. O.. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. • us*of 'Castoria' te no unieenal and vcO knows that it aeems a work to endorse It. Few are the who do not keep OstorU C*au JLurrrx, D. D.. Sew York Oty. Can tori a cure# Ootic, (Vwstipation, Sour Stomach, Inarrinca. Eructation, Kills Wurma, jp*es sleep, and p™1301** gewtion. Without uijuriuus modication. "For «T«ral rears I have rveomniendet your 'Castoria,' and shall alwars continue tc do m ad it has invariably produced beneficial f.nwiK F. Pxar>K>.. M. D., 1-JBth Streot and 7th A e~ Ne^t York City. Carrara Cokpaut, 77 JfcnaaT Struct, Nktt Yoax Crrr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 December 1894

rmi ill|l = IPPswH m - - ■e: j % w* iH 20. 1891. •- i - T 4 2 - --v. f «c INwe- — „-. ■ ■ as 5 as as FflB FALL TRADE I as as sfi S* SB s 2tej 51* 5t? & Baking Powder Absolutely pure. i ■ •"* •* : i J The official re- port shows Baking chemical- 160 £ v sT* der, which was greatly in excess of all others and more than 40 per cent above the average. Hence Royal Baking Powder —* the lightest, sweetest wholesome food ROYAL SAKIN0 POWDCS CO., lOt WALL ST., NCW-VOSK. IkiyJF* j? . js >sr: * v - * ""«? a I ^ *Jiaf "4 ■ MZ.1? soa*. Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the ® finest line of Cook Stoyes in Texas.... ste kxz £ s SB Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also * m St Tea Sets *... a b as W Mohawk and Sup >rior. Tine line oi Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and holiday goods! Straight Talk From Lockett. Judge W. H. Lockett, of Ab- • ene, who was the nomine** of he populists of Texas for at- orney general at the late elec tion, in a recent interview said: crafc and repub...

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