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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 April 1884

:—- -• I I I I I ll m Mil ——H II ?-. f ; £ OMco of Publication, No. 102 over Pus to (lice.—Entered at tin post o;fica as Second-class Matter. VOL.3 SHEBMAN, TEXAS, MONDAY. APEH 21. 1881 NO. 13: . THE BARLOW ROTARY DROP Cairo, Egypt; - April 20.—A largo , JaQje8 - % \Paumber of refugees, owing to shoft- j The Barlow is the Only Planter la the market that shows the com fiye hills belore it is deposit- ad in th« ground. We furnish this PLASTEB with or withoat ike Hawobtu Cukck Rower. We also hare on hand a large •tcck Of CIAIHOS C0TTOI PLANTERS & HUB CORK PLASTERS. BLOODY MASSACRE. . Grounded BcUish Steamer A11 ac k edbyBHietl tli i r s ty Four Hundred ant! Fifty Women and Children M assac fit d. FRANK JAMES. | Though ajtfttle cast down, M. G. j Qilfebrand can still be found at bis old]stand oil South Travis street, Opening Day of the Suscle te*y 10 wait UP>H hia oM customers ... . ,, . , ... and as mauy new ones may see proper bhoals Kohbcry. ll'ial--Kvi- j t-Q jfive him their ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 April 1884

rflSfts®'-" Sfc?1 EVENING DEMOCRAT. HUHTER BROTHERS. PmblialMra. SHERMAN, ... TEXAS TOPICS OF THE DAT. News from Everywhere. com: 05AL FEOCUDDOI. I The Senate was not in session on the llth In the House the bill passed authoriz- ing the offer of S25,10J reward for information of or rescue of the Greely expedition. The resolution declaring the charges against Gen- eral Boynton not sustained by the evidence was adopted. The bill to limit the time for beginning prosecutions under the internal revenue laws and the bill to forfeit the North- ern Pacific land errant were reported favorably. The House went into committee of the wnole on the pension appropriation bilL The amount appropriated is •W>wt.40U. of which (06,000,000 is an unexpended balance from last year. Several amendments were discussed, but no action taken. The estimate of the Chief of Ordnance for let coast armament was sub- mitted and referred. Its calls for $1,500,000. A night session was held for consideration of pensio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 April 1884

* V EVENING DEMOCRAT. MUHTKB BROTHERS, Pmklbkm BHERMAN. ... TEXAS ME AND MART. All my feelln's in the spring GJrs go blame contrary 1 can't think of anything Only me and Mary! •Meand Mary ' Me and Mary" ail the time, like a rhyme. Keeps a-dinrin' on till I'm 8iek of "Me and Mary I" '• Me and Mary! Ef us two Only was together— Flayin' like we used to do In the April weather!** All the night and all the day I keep wishin' thataway 13)11 m glttln' ok) and gray Jest on "Me and Mary!" Muddy yit along the pike Sence the winter's rreezin*. And the orchard's tackard iike Bloomin' oat th:8season: Only beerd one bluebird yit— Nary robin nor tomtit: What's the how and why of it? 8'pect It a "Me and Mary!" Me and Mary liked the birds— That is, Mary sorto' Liked 'em fliat, and afterwards W*y I thought I orto. And them birds—ef Mary stood Bight here with me like she should— They'd be singin', them birds would, Ail for me and Mary. Birds or not, I'm bqpin* some I can git to plowin ! Ef the sun ll ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 21 April 1884

<' 1. *'4!- **:■ g' JOSKH mz & 110, * m 61 srS Am ad * SHERMAN CHINA HALL. A. L. DARN ALL of Sherman, E. H. BO WLBY ot McKiuney. Darnall & lowlbv, WbolM&le and Bet all Dealers la ** Gil Mfe Cnflery, Tots, Lanterns, Jars, Birrors. Ma- Ware, and House YaSBS- Fine line and fixtures. Hotel A restaurant Queensware, Lamps. Basicts Bird-cap? Hower Pols, Frnit jolica Goods, Wood FuriiisMng soot of ar Goods wares a specialty. North Travis Street, Opposite Merchants & Planters Bank, SHERMAN, TEXAS. CALL AID EXAUBBE OUB GOODS ASD PRICES. The KEYSTONE DISC HARROW. An Examination Will convince any one in a moment that the "KEYSTONE CISC HARROW" is superior to any other. The two inside discs can be taken off, after which the Harrow makes one of the most complete CULTIVATORS for young corn known. It is almost indispensable for covering wheat and oats, and with the two*in8ide discs removed cannot be beaten for covering band-planted corn. We also have on hand the largest stock of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 October 1898

\ 'i'S YEAR. DEMOCRAT. SHERMAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1898.-430 P. M. 75 GENTS PER MONTH ^ \0 " v) ^ MURPHY'S f 300 PAIRS Fistir's Kid Glem CUBANS ANXIOUS FOR POSSESSION. They Want the United State* to the bland Over to Them at an Early Date. r Worth 1.00, 1.50 and 2.00, ALL go on sale at 50 cents a pair to-day and continue until lots is sold out. THESE GOODS ARE ALL GREYS One gr^at lot Sample Hosiery at about Half' Price. See them this week. Likes to he shoulc for you U'j others asu /well dressed as the best dress- L, and there is no reason why L\ot be, when we make it possible my the best at less prices than tor inferior clothes. Our FA|o not do aa, have mac the bast bl W. are ready. You can- rell elsewhere as here, because we Boys' Clothing a study and sell lored only. 12.00 $2f>0 3.00 $3.50 ($5.00 $5.50 $4.00 .00. $4.50 Dont forgerwur SHOE DEPARTMENT when you come ~ the Suit, as we can fit any size foot. Reme Block, er we have moved rth Travis street. to Linz The Leadi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 October 1898

m&m mim tarn f &W Ms and SyppIies-Sw^^elSS: ey on. supplies for school. S. H. OLIPHANT. The Daily Democrat. pvbubhxd mvkby evening, except BUKDAY,AT Sherman, Texas, BY Q. O. & E. C. HUNTER. Omci or Public ati ok axb Editorial Booms: In Knights of Pythiaa Building, Southwest - eorner square, first floor. subscription price: P* Mohtb, 7Bc; Per Tkab, (when paid is Ad- ▼arcs) |6 00. advertising rates: Local Notices, one Insertion, 5 Cents per Line. Additional insertions Sets per line. Want ads. Three lines S times He, discount for longer Rates on space made known upon ap- County Town Letters. Van Alstyne. Van Alstyne, Texas, Oct. 26. To the Democrat. m „ This evening at 6 io'clock Dr. T. S. Carkwright of this city will be nnited in wedlock to Miss Mattie Smith at Honey Grove. The Groom is a prosperous citizen of Van Alystyne and is well known among the members of his profession throughout the state. The Bride is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mayor and Mrs. J. H. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 October 1898

} LWll'liJ t ■ai 1896-7,1 had a spell of Bronchitis, lasting all winter, and leaving a troublesome cough, nntil I again tried Rso's Cure, -which relieved me.—Mrs. M. B. Smalley, Colorado Springs, Colo., August 19, 1898. HFR SPAIN BARD. Will Hare to Take the Dose, but Not Without a Hard Struggle. WILL DELAY AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. E. UrocMtis, S. JONES; DEALER IN Produce, Provisions, Peed, Not to Disrupt Peace Negotiation?, but to Try the Patience of the Peaee Commissioners. Etc I SPAIN WILL SEND A NOTE TO THE POWERS. GOODS DELIVERED TO#ALL PART8 OF THE CITY FREE. North Travis Street. - - - Hherm an. To Railroad Tina Tables. T. &P RAILWAY aOEHOBAST Ho SB, mall and express, leaves 1:05 p m Ho 24, cannon ball, leaves 7:12 am GOING WIST. bo SSI, mail and express, leaves 2:51pm No S3, cannon ball, arrives 8:40 p o H. A T. C. RAILWAY t1% soine north. No is, "oomet" leave* 6:10 am No 3, mail and express, leaves 11:0s am No 1$, leaves 1:50 pm No 1, mail and express, leases 9:05 pm going so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 27 October 1898

* ! WUMW— w I I" i fc£L t ; % •fr, \ rrrrr mm • « gpnrs'atf'fg tt mrs We have just opened an gjsgsnt fine of Ladies Worsted Waists, in i 5L ^avy Fancy w8Q Pleated, Corded and Embroidered from 1.50 to 3.50 each. Beady Made Skirts from LOO to 0.50 each. Beady Made Wrappers from 60a to 150 each. Ladies Bib Underwear only 15 and 25 cents. Ladies' and Childrens' Union Suits, very Low Prices. Large rg Un derwear. Line Childrens' LADIES w m y g a a 6~a ttTnnnnnp|Yyyg gyre See Our Large Line of Ladies' Capes before you buy, we have them from 75c. to 15.00 each and can suit you. Childrens' Jackets we have an elegant line and as usual our prices are low. You need Blankets and Comforts now and can't afford to buy until you see what we have to offer 12 pair Chenille Curtains slightly damp when re- ceived, worth 2.50 a pair must go at 1.75. An order on the Photographer for 1 doz. Pictures of yourself or any of your Family with every $10.00 you buy of us. "r IKE EXSTEIN & 6B0. Just arrived So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

TWELVE PACES WITH COMIC SUPI ■% . ik TWENTY-FIRST YEAR >aten SHERMAN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22,1902 4;80P. M. 50 CT8. PER MONTH Thursday, Mar; I From I to 7 p. m. / * * .******************* * ,*^L *********** Opening/Day fr * ★ ★ % Of our s : : : Spring showing of / ' '-I * Fine Millinery. ft********************************* We promise a showing of' the most beautiful and - original conceptions ever placed before the Sher- man public. We iesire your presence. NO CARDS A CONVERTED. Burglar Voluntarily Gives Him- self Into Law's Hands. Became a Salvation Army Captain and Wants to Gel Right in the Eyes of Man and (iod. 8( ripps-MoRhe Afternoon Special. Maoon, March 22 —Sheriff Gilatrap has received a letter over the aigua- ture of William MoAlister, a Solvation Army captain at San Francisco, con- fessing to burglary in Chariton, Mo., and offering to come back and be sent bo prison. If be bad the name of the person he robbed, he would prefer to make restitution, bub having become co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

* ' / / ' — ** '' V \ ,.v "'■l ELECTRIC) LIGHTED trains Thk Meteor KAMDiii Tub wnBT.Tva Faip Special 4 f a%~ • tf# #* 4 I +<-

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

% ii 'f™* •nf.'l. v PASTOR SAVED '* V •* / «# \ 9 * #! * M *: % v jp WHO WAS BEFRIENDED BY AN EMPEROR BY PE-RU-NA Hey. H. Stnbenvoll, of Elkhorn, Wis., is pastor of -the Evangelical Lutheran Bt. John's Church of that place. Rev. Steabenvoll is the possessor of two bibles presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of one of the bibles the Emperor has written in his own handwriting a text. This honored pastor in a reoent letter to the Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, 0., says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna: The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, O.: Gentlemen: "I had hemorrhages of ttje lungs for a long, time, and all despaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure blood. It Increased my weight, gave me a healthy color, and I feel well. It Is the best medicine in the world. If everyone kept Peruna In the house It would save many from death,every year." Yours very truly, REV. H. STUBENVOLL. ..Thou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

p DAILY DEMOOBAT PUBLISHED BVKHY EVENING EXCEPT SUNDAY. SHERMAN, TEXAS. Q. O. 4 fc. C. Ut'NTEH, Proprietor#. UL'NTEH BROS, and UL'NTEK BROS, and ( Kdit0r . J. NELSON DICKERMAN, 1 Omoi of Publication and Editorial Rooms: In KnlgbU of Pythias Building, Southwest <OLti iin . tin tin. Telephone in. Say a good word (or Sherman when jron can. The river* and harbors bill has pass- ed congress. Steamboats will be whistling tor Dallas in a fortnight. Prof. Consins has withdrawn from the raoe for superintendent of public instruction, which leaves the field open to the present lnoambent, Prof. Arthur Lefever. Miles has reaohed the age of vol- untary retirement and must retire when he is 64, which will be in 1903. Roosevelt would like to bounoe him, bat if he should there will be lots of trouble along the Potomac. Oratory la State University. The work of the School of Oratory and the increased interest in the work of the literary societies, have given a marked impetus to publlo speaking in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

t f € •# $ * * % # % AN OPEN LETTER To J. II. Truett froiu G. J. Smith Id Reference to Dates for Speaking. wms •Mf ErEST1* ■ jt M ¥ '^T * I Sherman, Texas, March 22,1902. Mr. J. H. Truett, Sherman, Tunis. Dear Sib:—Sooh after I determined to make the race for county attorney yon and I arranged and agreed upon dates and places for joint discussion covering about six week's time. You deolined to maxe dates for a number of plaoes in the county stating that it would Interfere with the trial of the criminal docket of the district court which would be taken up on Maroh 10. This I considered a good and sufficient reason for your not making and agree- ing Jupon dates at other places and hence did not insist upon making any dates at such tlmeB as would conflict with the criminal docket. Notwith- standing the reason given by yon as above stated for not making dates for places other than those embraced in our original agreement with the exception of a few hours on thejvery first day of the cri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

$ r tiii9nt tIM iv tm« moottr a oambkg CO. CINCINmaTI SWEET RESTORERS. LEEP cannot be imitated except in appearance, neither can Ivory Soap. There are other white soaps that look like Ivory Soap, this is a penalty which it pays for its great success. But you are not deceived, there is only one Ivory, the others are imitations of its perfections. 9d*MSo PER CENT. PURE. TRINITY UNIVERSITY. Cumberland Presbyterians Had a Day at Waxahachie. "If? Waxahachie, Tex., March 21.—To- day was an eventful one in t he history of Waxahachie. Amid ideal surround- ings and perfect weather, the cere- mony of laying the corner Btone of Trinity University took place this af- ternoon. An early spring wind, just cool enough to make the sunshine feel pleasant, prevailed and long before the hour set for the ceremonies the city and thoroughfares to University Hill were thronged with people. A conservative estimate places the num- ber of spectators at 3,000 when the o^LHioniaa. Ua&w. Tha business houses ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

<r ♦ f WEATHER FORECASTS FOSTER'S (Copyrighted 1901 by W. T. Foster. St. Joseph. Mo., Mar. 22—Last bul- jingly dm all and a (air estimate based letin to the Democrat gave forecasts< on supply and demand would have of disturbance to cross comment Mar oh 23 to 27, warm wave 22 to 26, cool wave 26 to 29. Next disturbance will reaoh Pacific coast about March 28, oross west of Bookies by close of 29, great central valleys 30 to 31, eastern states April 1. Warm wave will cross west of Rockies about March 28, great central valleys 30, eastern states April 1. Oool wave will oross west of Rockies about March 31, great central valleys April 2, eastern states April 4. Temperature of the week ending March 31 will average above and rain- fall about normal. About date of this bulletin the great hot wave will be in the extreme northwest with a cold wave behind it, a moderate cool wave in the Ohio valley and a moderate warm wave passing out onto the Atlantic. In the above mentioned order the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 22 March 1902

YOUR EASTER Can be bought to advantage of us. M For NevvncK and Style* se<* our Vitals Brand Clothing. Eaual to Custom Made, In Harvard, Yale and Military Guts, At $9.90 to $15 per Suit. The $9.90 suits are of special value; see tliem. We also carry a line of men's extra well made Suits, > $5.00 to $7.50. Just received by express a fine line of Men's Neckwear, Windsors, Shield Bows and reversible four-in-hands. 50c goods we will sell at half price, 25c. IKE EXSTEIN & BRO. DAMAGE J^UITS. Railroads Arc Made Defendants In Number or Cases. Last evening in district court milts for damages against railroads for al- leged personal injuries resulting from alleged negligence on part of defen- dants, were filed as follows: E. Farley vs. M. K. & T. of Texas, $40,000. Corda Nutting vs. M. K. & T. of Texas, $30,000. — P. B. Gaffney vs. M. K. & T. #30,000. Wm. Townsend vs. H." & T. 0 $15,- C00. O. W. Richardson vs. M. K. & T. of Texas, $25,000. JS.Poily vs. Inter urb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 February 1904

m tm TWENTY-THIRD TEAR 8HERMAJN, TEXAS, THURSDAY,FEBRUARY S, 1904, 4.30 P M 50 CENTS PERMONT1I H4WiH SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Remnants! Remnants!! Whet higher tribute can be paid a piece of goods than to say it's a Kemnant. It atttests the fact of it's popularity and selling power. We have a great collection of Wash Goods, White Goods, Wool Dress Goods Remnants in colors and black, in all lengths up to 10 yards. This is a great collection and will be on sale 1 1 Ma^Ita/1 Dim/* a Friday and Saturday at i"Z IVllirKcU 1 llvC Wash and Silk Waists Greatly Reduced For Friday and Saturday's Selling. $1.69 Embroidered fronts and plain white Oxford Waists, very latest cut and best $2.50 value for. Friday and Saturday, each :—.— Lot of diced and figured white Oxford Waists, very handsome style, regular $3.00 and $3.50 values, Friday and frf) l)A Saturday, each <9 Z • £t U Ladies' Wash Oxford Waist, White with black dots, Cham- pagne with black, very best $4.00 kind, Frid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 February 1904

Want Ads. £>atly democrat G. O. A E. c. HUNTER, Editors and Proprietors. J. NELSON D1CKERMAN, Associate Editor. for rent. FOR RENT—Eleven-room house, partly furnished, suitable for board- ing house. Servant's room and stable. 239 E. Mulberry St. 3-lw SUBSCRIPTION RATES—Daily, 50c per month, $5.00 per year (when paid in advance.) Weekly, $1.00 per year. FOR RENT—Furnished front room close to three boarding houses. 21 West Cherry St. 11-tf TELEPHONES: Business and Editorial Offices FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Or Rent—Five room house with gcod barn on street car line also nine room house corner Crockett and Pecan. J. H. Wharton. FOR SALE!—Scholarship in McKinney Business College, cheap. See R. P. Elrod or Hunter Bros. FOR SALE—50 feet front on Mulberry street, between Presbyterian church and Franklin school building. E. C. Hunter, executor estate of L. S. Mc- Pherson. jl6-tf FOR SALE—Small upright piano cheap; good tone. Apply to M. Sara zan, 219 West Lost street. 15-t FOR SALE—On South Mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 February 1904

A •% - \ V m % No Man Too Old To Regain and Retain THE FIRE AND VIGOR OF YOUTH ENTIRELY NEW AND PROVED METHODS NO GUESSWORK NO EXPERIMENTING ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY Honest Treatment and Reasonable Charges Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, Sparmatorrhoea, Night Emis- sions, etc. successfully treated. Syphilis, Gonorrhoea and Gleet per- manently cured. Urethal stricture cured by a new remedy at home. A aricocele cured by our new method. Thousands have been cured at home by corresponding with us and medicine sent them. Safe and speedy cure guaranteed after others have failed. Send for our Symptom Blank. Correspondence confidential. Address DRS. BETTS & BETTS 367 MAIN STREET, DALLAS, TEXAS. rag anything? You May Be Cured 544 Garfield Avenue, Chicago, III., October9,1902. After doctoring for eleven months and taking forty-three bottles of medicine and finding no relief for lencarrhoea resulting from irritation of a fallen womb I took Wine of Cardui and fourteen bottles cured me. This seems ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sherman Daily Democrat — 4 February 1904

.J (!) I <•> I .|®®®s®a@s-s@®@®®s««eeess6®®®Kj®es® | AFTER GRIP © While ■A Wk . iljf you are still in need of Winter Goods -]Y ke worth your while to see us as we win sell you at greatly reduced prices the balance of our stock of BLANKETS, COMFORTS, JACKETS, KNIT SHAWLS, OVERCOATS, OYEBSHIRTS § and everything in the Winter Clothing $ ~ * " © 6 © © © © C* £« 8j Mil "MM* SHERMAW-MARKET THE TRUST AS AN EDUCATOR. ®SS! if Writes Lee M. Hart, General Secretary Stage Employes' Union. PAKE'S CELERY COMPOUND "Saved My Life and Gave Greaat Strength to My Constitution. Now, When I am Worn Down, It Gives ABUNDANT VITALITY." Mr. Lee M. Hart, who is General Secretary of the Theatrical Stage Em- ployes' International Union, empha- Hnc*. See u.s for bargains. ~ ; sizes the fact that against La Grippe, jg. | or the diseases that follow Grippe, • there can be no stronger nor jnore cer- : tain protection than the wondrous @' strength imparted to the entire sys- tem by Paine's Celery Compound. Ch...

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