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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 December 1894

lY. DBO. 80, ISM > • tMMittM •UM 70 Organise for principle. Judgi Woods should Uk« to break after hit late Chi iaeiatoB. Ckooee your delegates at ooooto the oeotral meeting in lfeKiuej. Ike fourth *8atnr daj ii Jan Wb welcome to oar exchange list the4<Woman's Representa- tive," a seat little four column folio monthly, published a« Dallas. May it be the means of as^sting to bring about ly elevating reforms in Ths Lezow committee and Dr. Farkhorst should shift their headquarters, release Now York city on a few months furlough and winter "Oi ths grass" of the national pampas la Washington, D. G. ■■py—sm—sp Tn Pilot Point Post-Mirror, oommeating on the cold "shake" giyen its party by Bro. Coliina, of Denton, says: "There la no telling what will happen ia this political world." Not so difficult after all, Bro. Mofttt, to tell what honest men will do with any party that so arrogantly ignores its solemn aay o; revons beat thist In this Iver- gpvefgpbimiiy wants a Dish Washer wben the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 December 1894

- -J > I £ k > l la order to diminish our Ibmdm a took of Fnrnitnrs Stoves, Queensware, &c., &cM we will, for tbe Next 80 Bays, offer our efitire stock Right at Goat Our Goods are marked in plain figures and 700 can we for your- self. Be sure and see ns ta'ore yon buy. Reepeetfuliy, ASBURY * SNEED. aad Tessa Central Railway TLm Table. Going North. No. 13 Arrives 9:91 a. m. •* .* 4. 3 •. lo-.sa a. m. M k M 1 w g;i5 p. m 44 South 44 3 44 8:14 e m. •• •* " 4 44 4:4 p. m. m it t< 14 ♦ 9:J8 p. ax. Shreveyert West Bound arrives. S«r Arrives.. 4:33 p. tn. Accommodation Arrive* 10:30 a. n* East Bound Departs. Passenger Departs 12:€i p. m. Aecooiuaiodaiiun 4:.w p. tn. LOCAL NEWS. On to Brfila City. John Kates is cotlned to bis btd with rer- sore throst. laom Younger, of Viney Grove, was la town Monday. W. A Smith, of Blue Ridge, was in town Monday. John George, of Altoga, went to Pia- no, Saturday on business. Mrs. J. H. Walton and Miss Luddie Foete spent Tuesday in Dallas. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 December 1894

- fi ' . - • - . . .. ... • m I fil *** 3*L -V " is Dr. Samuel Pltchcr** prescription for Intents Children. It coutains neither Opium, Morphine nor Xarcotie substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, 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 Friend. Castoria. "Tutariatfto well adapted to children that I reconmend it as ra? rior to any prescription t to cw." D. JL Awheji, H. D„ 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, !f. Y. ** Tho u* of 'Caietoria" is so universal and its merits so weU known that It seems a work <>f saptrerc^atioo to endorse it. Few are the inteUig*Et families who do not keep Castoria <~iihia easy reach.'** Ciama SUstts, D. P., 5ew Yurie CSty. Castoria. CMtorls cures Colic, Constipation, Soar Stomach, inarrhora, Eructation, Kills Woraas, pT«s sleep, aai promotes <L gestkm. Without injurious medication. MFor several .years I haw Ke>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 December 1894

•V ';*7- ■ ■■■ * i ■ , ' -l" ^ W m * M' ' ^ i — - ^ - * ?- r,-«R — MBE R 27. I wlt-t w. i * I h** 5 I , . ; - -. ^ " " >* V-Ht ri^HT & & m m „ - 5 * F543 Made from -.*. ■ S' .. '>■->-- YTniit. f highly refi pensive i and leaves nor alkali in -c - . A. %3 w -" - KOVAL BAKINS POWDER CO., 106 WALL. ST., NEW-YORK. A MINER'S NEW YEAR. BT M. QT*AD. «5 m m & *R * & Sfe * tt slS _ _. Mi Also fu}l line of Heating Stoves, and the j? finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas.... & Mohawk and Sup jrior. f Hardware, Axes, Mechanics" Tools, also jjk Tine line oi Queensware, China. Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets ... HOLIDAY GOODS! Statuary, Cupw, mukm, wilvor Plated Waro, and other ifoodt* too todioiiN to uirn tloi> all at the LoivrMt'PriecMthat can he ®ol«l Wc do not adv«>rti*Mk One Dollar's Worth of Goods (Copyright, MM, by America/) Press Amoci*- tioa.l "Miser Jones"—that was what ev- erybody called him, and the title did not displease him. Indeed it rather flat-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 December 1894

<2B s I 1 i 1 AY. DEC 27, SUMCBirriOM It«TRS: f 3,5® Bkffel Stootba, Mix Moot)i9i ^ I i • l • • • • ^*-\r Tux total vote rut In th* state for populist ik lioeei for congress wm 170 063. Henry L Nelson will < o o py the editor's chair of Har- pers Weekly which has been vacant since the death • of **76 George William Onrtis. •« i • • « • « Our Advertitiiiiic Thk democratic and repnbli can dailies k*ep standing the ^ , «r,)ni• heading "Business Troubles,*' One column 1 year $k«o.W i « * Halt column 1 year..: *>•<*> nuder which failue after failure 1-lnch single column j s_ on«h Haw and v«t Local nctlces, 7 cent* per lir.s foi 19 recorded eacn aay, ana yet each Insertion. Obituaries of more these same journals are avow- than 10 line* will be ehar*e«l for *t our ^ (una) rates. All oontmcts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address. ¥. C. Thompson, Proprietor, MeKinner. T**ea ing that popnlist vagaries would ruin our c^nntry.- Mork bond* «* coming Kkmkmbkk ibe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 December 1894

' V V . - "V* •-.; f •• ... - - .. - . - 'AJ ' -- -' • • ■ - - m&MS' Ins •4 New# 2 00 the brick building No. 29iWest Louisiana street, formerly oc-| psr (Tom Watson's) cupled by A. T. Wilson & Go's. I Restaurant. Che ip rents will 8urPri,ed "ty** of lib I end pounding, Christmas night enable us to give better prices by the members of his flock I and friends in onr city. than we have ever done before. Come and see us. ASBURY a SNEED. Dyspepsia srldom death, but permits its victims (olive on in misery. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. aai Texas Central Railway school a couple of days last week to attend the bedside of a sick child. ■ Bi W. T. Hale, of Upper Row- Pr?f* H"d*inB, •U8pen1Jed | leu, killed a hug* poland cbi- na porker last week that net- ted 669 pounds and rendered 33 gallons of lard. The Christmas trees and I • _... Cbrietmei exercieee were well . ™0" 8h^ m*Mim «* <M Nonb No 13 Arxiv.* 5:11 n. ettended at allthe chorode.018 of V n f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 December 1894

■W& n. mm '■jQ 3 Castorla. is l>r. Samuc! Pitcher's prescript ion for Infants nnH Children* It couUuns neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic imbalance. It is a harmless substitute lbr Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is tliiriy years* use by Millions of Mothers. Castorla is the Children's Panacea —the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castorla. "futoria iiso well adaph^d tocMdrcnthat I recommend it as rnperior to nay {,n-s<*ri|<ion known to mo." R A. Ajbtbu, M. I>., 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Castoria cures CbBr.\ Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhcva. Eructation, Kills Worms, jU«*m asl promotea d gBetion, V. it bout injurious medication. *• The we of 'Castor*' is •> uniwrsal end its merits so troll known that it spems a work of sup ren .pai >< n to endorse it. Few are the intelligent families *0o do m t k vp Castoria within easy reach. CS&um Hxamrx, D. P., N*-w York City. "For several years I liaTe ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 January 1895

w jJF. • \ _ i \. ' — IL. 11 1^: *> e ft V -e- IfgaEJ tiv"* **■' t r ' ' " V * p ? tie r * -MMM shown by both the U. S. and The other bakiag^owders «9fc IF op /. I 1 IMSHV re-vt & s>af ing strengthens ■• Reports. ; i 8opcr cent less L, even should cheaper. wholesome- B*KTNG~ POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant Highest of all Vn leavening: strength.— Latest U. S. Government Food Report. hi ir tjl J ;$ft, i m jfelB «' public vfith lA* glare pSP h US th<, iTJiMi the MM quits red: SiulW. ittdHT-rent. Omw steade. it cost mora others, would be * MJ 118 FALL TRAM! £ £ Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoyes in Texas Mohawk and Sup jrior. j*jj Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also ^jj S3 Tine line oi Queensware, China, & Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. • HOLIDAY GOODS! IN WALL ST., MCW-YOStC. 9 MUOAO. STATIST!* 210,744, us against $360,766,007; Every farm should have de Whit til Mlf ■ktiai Rtiirft ■999W> VW^VVIfl Stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 January 1895

$150.00 w Ohltuiita 10 Unas will be starts* will be to the ilwvi. F. C. Tmonreow, Proprietor, McKlnaer* r ^ # Oar Clupbing Bat#*. The Oenoent and Dallas News, $2*00 « " * Ft. Worth Gaaette 140 u *i - <* " Missouri World l,7i •• Globe-Democrat 2.U) " Soothers Mercury 3,00 " Rocky Jfoaatlaa News 3 00 " Peoples Party Pa- per (Tom Watsoo'i) S.00 The top of the m omi ng to ye, 1895. Carlisle for president—quit 'Ftr giggling. -■ Wjfa The dear old Christmas of eighteea hundred • and ninety- four is gone, the happNt fes- tival of the year. Old St. Nicholas plays a leading part in the joys of the little folks, while the older ones smile over their innocent glee. The joys of this time are never to be for gotten. The little ones love to gather aronnd the fireside and listen to grandmother relate storiee of long ago of how they wonld gather ronnd a big log fire and crack nnts, pop corn, mad watch for old Santa Clans to oome down the old fashion- ed chimney or of the beautiful stories the mot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 January 1895

Rl4t m. the rwt order to enjoy Hood's the blood sad ' • J •; r-'• . m- D. Orendnff, who has been with M Aran A Co. may be foand in the cloth ing department at the Kentucky store dining the present year. A.DMOSELY. M D. 9 to IS a. m.; 1 to 4 p. ■ Practkee Haired to diseases of the *ye, ttH. bat High Prices gaits the county until Tommy Jones either dies or goes oat of Office over Suy's Book Store East Side of Square. Mc Kinney. - ' LOCAL NEWS. Oa to Balls Git/. It sssms hardly possible, bat never theless it is trne, that on ererj fifty-fifth person yon L. Douglas Shoes. Did you ever Realise what an immense undertaking it Is to supplant one article of wearing ap- parel to orer one million people? J. C. Wybe returned froap the St. briar pipe- See ndrt Prof. E. G. Moeely. of Quitman Col- is in the city. Dr, Ben Throckmorton, of the In- Territory, is in the city. Kiss Alice Sparlin is visiting in Van Alatyne this week. Oabrielle Coffey visited in Mc- last week. The Misses Page are visitin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 3 January 1895

It toft Drops, Soothia* Syrnps, and Castor OIL Its guarantee Is thirty years' use by Csstorla Is the Children's D. D., New York CHy. jwn I have and rfiall always Esvn 7. P> Wf, X. D., ert and 7th Ave., Near York CBy. Tn Onrcaom OavtfT, 77 Kouut RnrYc ALLUHCE DIRECTORY. COUJSTT ALLIANCE. President, M. N. Stroup, Verona, Secretary, MIm Sallle Stroup, Verona 8aU Lodge. Ko. SB, K. of P. Tuesday evening at Castle Va,. St., west of posteflce In each month at 7 p. J. F. Rowlett, Oct, 17,180-1. SOAllukcu. Bethany Alliance meets First ana Third Saturday nights in each month. President, S M. Hart, Secretary. Mrs. £ C Forbes. Jolephine meets Saturday night be- fore M and 4th Handay in each month. B. F. Ivr, Pres., Josephine. Tex. C, c. Carlisle. Josephine, Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday Bight tefore the First and Third Sun- days In each month. ^ J. W. Youxcan, Pres. J. l. Ptckbtt, Sec. Nevada, 'l ex. Altoga Alliance meets l t and 3rd Friday nights in each month. K. P. Moxovs. Pres., Al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 January 1895

"i&mm V 4 I i t . ■ i Ci" -*r ■is. ■ ■■ J. -= - - 81 -fr. «*'< -- M' *• *?*- m mmmm - *ikT; <*£ * * —— ' JL ^ JA ^>' f V L t.'i St* : 4 ft - t •• ••?* JM V®1 ;& , : w m ■ J * ;f « i. * it has received 106. Gov't off! r*f' T and at all tlx IH3B llfJ s ^ top ^iS>rr FOB FALL ME Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the ^J finest line of Cook Btoyes in Texas. • •. Mohawk and Superior. Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also Tine line ol Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. ■ HOLIDAY GOODS! wi others. It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest, most wholesome bread, cake and pastry. More economical than any other leaven- ing agent. ry Cups, Mugs, Nllrer Pi other goods too ledionc t we at the Lowest Prieesthat sold. We do not i One Dollar's Worth of Goods For Fifty Oeatil* We Could^bvtt dost P DOWEL 9 & 11 East Louisiana St., McKINNEY, TEXAS. s a s 9 SI 9 s 8 JSI ROYAL BAKiNa #0*0811 CO, 1« WALL ST., NtW V0SK. WOODS OF GREAT VALVE. ■oath American Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 January 1895

.'•i; * AT. >n, . 3f -: *-fv LOCAL XDiTOL THURSDAY. JAN. 10, 1893 m KM SuascStrnss Kaisa; On© Year, 81«CO Bis tit Vtoutfis,. Six Mont Us l.W 76 40 Our Adverti^liiK Bates. One column 1 yewr $130.00 lis M column I year H0J0 l-inch iloifle eolttinn 13JI0 Local nr.r}<•««. 7 wnt* pur lice fat Bach Insertion. Obtrnaries of more than 10 Itnes wiii be charged for at ov usnal ratea. Ail contract* will be rJtarged for 111 proportion ro the above. Address. F. C. Tmmreoar, Proprietor, MoK inner. Tcxes Our Clupbing Rates. The Democrat and Dallas Newi, $2*00 • Ft. Worth Gazette 2.00 •• •* *• Jlig«otiri World 1.75 *• " ** til. l>e-l>*uiocrst 2.-0 *• " ♦♦ Southern Mercury 2.00 " •' " Rocky Mountlan Xews 2 00 •* •* '• Peoples Party Pa- per (Torn Watson'*) 2.00 County Wednesday. Alliance next Tiir24iIi lVxas legislature convened Tn^pdav. Thirteen ihouaaud eight hundred and eighty live fail ures in ISiM Oivk the peopled party (he reigns of government for a trial. If it makes as ignominons ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 January 1895

LOCAL NEWS. Oft to Balls City. Bob Lore vu in Dallas Tuesday Will Scott has retnraed to Wylie T And jailed by deputy riwrlf Coffey on two charges of forgery W. A. in Dallas this George Melton left Sunday for Waco to attend commercial school C. H. Wray went to Piano Saturday l ot seat Monday. Clerk Wakton paid Wylie. his old home, a business risH Monday Mr. J W. Pyne and lady risited Mr Pyne's parents in this city recently J. M. By bee. of Farmerseille, eras noticeable on our stieets Monday. George Hughes has returned from , an interesting visit to Cale I. T. Watering troughs are being put in on the corners of the square this week. D. I. Stewart, of Fannersville. call- ed on The Democrat Tuesday. Marshall Burks returned a runaway negro to Sherman Monday. The commissioners court is rery busy this week appointing new road overseers ISr MM. Wonca Free to all our readers. A of Bessie Howard and Anna Taylor hare returned from a visit to friends in Greenville W. T. Hale hss returned from a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 January 1895

: .• cVv - ' * H ' - - ' - " • " x, ir' Some to lire is * No resolution Is considered by tone people unlets U will stretch. It Is Pleasant. Us guarantee It thirty yean* Mllllons^of Mother*. Castotla It the Children's! I Caatoria. No young man should per mil his ambition to make him neglect his old mother. It is not the fntare that young Amerioa has hit eye np on. It it the foot ball. Caatoria. m , fc.. toao well adapted to« It aareprrhr toaaypraacrtptioo " H. A. Aacn, *. D.. lit So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. of 'OMtork' It * t-ril known that it toeBdoneM. who do not Culm Mjumrx, D. D_ New York City. lOoMe, ir.PUMB.IBl, lSKh Street ud 7th Aw., New York Otj. JXmw You Crt ALLIUCCE DIRECTORY. . County Alliance. President, M. N. Stroup, Verons, Texas. Secretary, Miss Sailie St roup, Verona Tutu. - Rowlett, Oct, 17,18JM. scb-Al.llanci*. Allitnce meets First and Third Saturday nights in each month. President, S Si. Hurt. Secretary, Mrs. E C Forbes. Josephine meets Saturday night be- fore...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1895

t Hz-'*" P'i. yiM ~3 MOn i MIL ■*TT*H — VOL. 11 ___ — * - - ?; & • : I ■ .i i V . -? •& ** ' Jl ^ Slfc^lsszts * - V > - « \ - PHfc&^Si 1895. ri.') T«M<« PH. X MM - sj * f I 5 ' i. >r-5B* thing to be ."■ " -1 I • t ' \ I N ■ 1 K ) I * I f % r. ikrl'ili>( for f b dot only tas boo- f A* ' p V4*- iiiiliifni ■ r p i _ —SI ■n [ —- <> into wh i aw piid ow iblic treasury, bat tb family drive at by the tax payers uu< treasury static*. Green, the coacb- Ir. Carlisle's housbolr, per year, Charles B«i 1 -- *i **s 4 t 4 ♦ **+/%l$P4* tB FALL TRADE! Also fall line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stores in Texas. • •. Mohawk and Sup jrior. * * as tts m Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also Tine line oi Queens ware, China, Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. • HOLIDAY GOODS! statuary, Cups, Mu^s, Silver Plated Ware,t d other floods* too (edioua to men tlosall at the Lowest Prieoe that can be •old* W e do not adrertlee One Dollar's Woi of Goods.. For ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1895

m -i (OCRAT. ! li Brazoria county, Te tK. ^rice was grown last year oneb sooe^a JAN. 17, 1895 ■ gg« •••••••••••••••••••« • ••••••«••• • •••••••••••* • ••• • *••«••••••• • • • • 91W t.uo 76 40 Ralr . •••■.. • ••••.. ..StSWia aojio i*.<* 7 ecnta per line tfot UMtntriw of omre 10 Uaot will b« chanced for at will be okufod for in tttha above. Mtrsox, Proprietor, MeKtnney, Tex t Our Clupbing Bates. The D—ocrat and Dallas Newt. $2*00 " Ft. Worth Gazette 3.00 44 Missouri World VJ5 • Globe-Democrat 2. 0 ** Southern Mercury 2.00 Rocky Mountisn News 2 00 44 Peoples Party Pa- per (Tom Watson"*) 2 00 *< U l« M M ti - A ustiw dispatches say that KtrHticinneo} and re- form" shibboleth of the popa lists is getting io good work Democracy whose majority was so unsparingly shaved at the recent election is frighten ed into the th«ft of this slogan which it ha* always derisivel, sc<>lf-d and ignored.' Stamp from existence the gathering potenoy of populism of Texas and the disturbed tendency...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1895

& (• IIArH S •• U 1 44 44 ] - 4* M 4 •• " 14 * Bound air! 10:59 a. i 8:1ft p. i 8:14 a g 4:49 p.m. ■oditlM Arrl 4:* p.M. 10:60 a. i Itit Boand Departs. Departs. 12:06 p. m. 4:55 p. m. NEWS. w f Oo to Ball* City. Awwi* amiwiM was here Tuesday. J. M. Forbes returned from Sedalia Mo., Friday. Mr. Reynolds, of Fay burg, was a caller on The Democrat recently. John Lockhart, of Coperille was here Monday. W. A. McCutcheon. of the Bargain ■sett. m . school " and ▼ ^pld adriss everybody to Barnstt, the prominent North who attended the of instruction intiaisctty lar Que Garrison, Sulphui ▲. J. llsnilifchs and A. W , Dallas ; Rev. P. M. Riley, ; Sam R. Hamilton, Farm ers ville and E. E. Douglas, of Farm ersvUle. Bill Waters, who run a thresher last summer*nd• gin daring the (anneal|leteUifeeee ef tte Mtrt thst pleoe Tecameefa, 1.1., came down leet «nk I "f s- L' °" "J '"•** *' to nnudn daring the nring and eerh I fcrawl* "*•« l® "• < «7 pJTTthe S after hi *,u ■ Running intends in this c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 January 1895

I •at. is Dr. aadChiMna. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kareotie nbstance. It If a hanric« labrtitnt® for Ptnforlc, Drops, Sootkiag Syraps, and Castor OIL It Is ni-i—* Its guarantee Is thirty years' nse by Castorla Is the Children's Castoria. C&atoria. Km DM" H. A. Aacan, 1L D„ 111 60. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, s. T. D. D„ 5«rw York C*y. iOdHC, i htw jour 'CMtrk,' and 4all always continue to doaoaatt kaa irariably produced F. Pam, M. D., and 7th im, X«wYork City. alliance directory. couxtt Alxjance. President, M. X. Stroup, Veroca, Secretary, MUa Sallie Stroup, Verons Texas. Rowlett, Oct, 17.1894. Sce-ALi.La.xCM. Bethany Alliance meets First and Tktrd Saturday nights in each month. President, S M. Hart. Secretary, Mrs. E C Forbes. Josephine meers Saturday night be- fore 2nd and 4th Sunday in each month. B. F. Ivt. Pres.. Josephine, Tex. C. C. Casual*. Josephine, Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday Bight tefore the First and Third Sun- days In each month. _ j. w. Youhg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 January 1895

■ -'.ft ■ - . ! •<>L. 11 't \ 3©£ : ... ^yp w% * * t.4«M ;"'" 'L11 'P U.& £*€-* t > AttiMK ttefcrtVem, 9a Tm m W. UvMb ANrum h Br ■■!■■■! VUMUMn Bill IT WILL BB * -.jUd cur^ji aa, eftd*? itiajjihfca# r.-'Vfy !Va(.8lr-Yqai5 ' of •*•* <>«*• # • ■ tafo IClh of January js t hand, fct [I am certainly glad to get 4iaee. . B#*r?aaii*aaBed Ufget the information it • t ***Wh t I ootffth Waco, Texas., Jan. It.—1 oottoapaiace burned la less than one hoar from starting of. the trains.' . ( ft T * f* 1 -1 • I did not know when I sent it the maps and documentsto m«a of- Yaatis * that they populists. They wrote hoswu naiiaj help* believe ia a y ?ar&Ba* Pr * KT.SmSTS S/x years Experience. Examine our stock. Finest Hearse in N. See Them. Johnson Block. Special Care and Attention Given. I In Charge. \ its Angular quarterly session with Verona alliance, Wednesday, Jan. 16 The attendance was good considering the gloomy aapeoi < f the weather. A publio meeting was held •ia the ...

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