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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 26 January 1893

8i ■ I I I: Jin <? s TH Irllllilltf JtnI u h < 1 I 11 k KOH- — DEMOCRAT. •r m' Collin County ■ Ion mill 'ivxn- (Vntj'ul Itnllnaj Time TllMr. rtli, on'ill Thrive Arriv< 1; Arrive* •* -1 ft- di. H •• 10:AU it. in- I " t:151>. >n. •_> " S:U,(,m. •• >> i '• 4:40 p. tP. • "11 " 0:28 p.m. Fust 1.1 no lUllroad. *:27 n. m. ttj80 p. m, subttokirnox hatm: One Your, Ui.^lit Mouths, l.OO Xlx Months,... I'll roe '• Out* A>'.' liatoa, JlSft.OO 80.00 12.00 i' uc column 1 yenr.. >. Ilnliv'oluiun 1 year.. 1-incli *lngle column.. I.i.iul lutlccB, 7 11ills per llr.c foi onth Insertion. obltunrleB of more titan H> lints will be elmnjed for at our il-unl runts. All contneU will be charged for In proportion to I lie Hbove. Addrefl*. I . C. TiioMi'sox, Proprietor, McKlnnev. Tuxes. CHURCH DIUECTOBY. cl .v.lU.lll.ANH 1'it KH1IY i kuian. S«<rv lc«'h every Sabbath at 11 o'clock n. m. airtl '■'■M p. in. Kov, .1 H \\ «>llord, nuMor. .Sabbath school every Sabbaili at U: rut...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 February 1893

=3? £ t 1 AJE&L ■■ ' -' ^sf) s£wg. W*jW&Sm fW' -vHi-• •*'- >♦-•«*. • if llllPB ?i' -tF'-r '-• Ml ■ S T; % . j ■ L O0. AT1 IIL ■ r t 1 v *s * f « T1 \ OL. 9 •KINNEY. ID AY. FEBRUARY 2 1893. NO f \ \ fEXAS LEGISLATURE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY- THIRD SESSION, Local Option Rill Dleeaeeed by «Ko a to and Ordered Ea*rt sse«l—The Ap- polataseate Seat la by Won Con Orated -Mills Moadajr It has no J£qual for the Money, L. PHILIPSON, Dallas, Texas, Sole Proprietor. IE TIN AGAIN! \ | I ( ) Ve are now located in our few Three Story Building, outh-East Cor. Square, JHiere we were locat- 1 at time of our fire, a Aug. 8,) and invite THE HOUS*. Austin, Jen. 23. —A number of peti- tions were presented including protests from the people of Pecos end Uvalde against creating a new county out of their territory. Among the more import- eat bills introduced were: Mr. Henderson of Lamar—Creating the office of pnblic cotton weigher; also a joint resolution amending article S, section 20 of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 February 1893

. - •% • ?' r > --Jfi - jF MBMB MM* em«L - - v- ■ - s wfez ? m Jts ■ k<« — \ i ' •*& "* v * I 'X > I 1 <= ,' ^ * *? "fisrf = "... hil]''*' 1 *"'"* ■—*t< jct ■ viinnii, hiiiw STOCK or , o ^M Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc., can be 'iv^-Xtc any where in Texas. SEEING IS BELEVKR. LOOK FOR THIS AT THE NEW STME OF WYLIB <&, Next Door to Collin County Bank' We lay our money, our energies, our best efforts, on the alter of the trade Collin county and ask Tour consideration, . =.---" PRICES AND VALUES mKisinFRFP= * 4 e to carry our Banner clear of the Dust, keeping abreast with electric progress of the age in our business and GOME TO SEE US, WE ARE STRANGERS BUT YOU SHALL NOT BE TREATED AS SUCH IN OUR STORE. GRAND OPENING will be Friday and Saturday, February lO and 1ft, ir presence is respectfully solicited. Very Respectfully, WYLIE & BALDWIN. V THE DEMOCRAT. emiokiu yctow. ::i ITEI> A.VD PUBLISHED 8*/ F.C- Tnompson. THURSDAY. FEB. 2,1892. -Liv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 February 1893

« & " v ' p. , ••«.. ■- .# .< t ^ artl * *P # 'X ?* THE LEADING: House JiR OP: 7 THE I fl kj. J u 1 •Kr Will Open in The Oer $25,000 Jon makes. worth of Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Mens' Fine Shoes, Hannon & CALL ON US AND WE WILL SAVE YOU MOW. D. HEAD, JNO. A. HANN, Of Denton. Texas. jOCLL MEWS. allor Brady, who has been y slot it up again. ♦Vort on the artesian well is gretsiog slowly but surely. — — ■ — - here are a great many j inge faces visible on onr ?eta recently. The holiness meetings still 'Rock «*f &g*** c!#ft forroV continues. If pluck ana ener- said a druuk, fellow as lie jam gy are necessary in religion med bis head against the stone { this little band will surely sue- pavement, the other night. Allowing six streets running A Voice Prom Greer county. Altus Okla., Jan. 26, 1893. Editor lN>mocr*t. I arrived here last Monday eve, after spending two weeks towns of Mc Rev. Fladg r, pis tor of the Methodist cburcb, was in Jef- ferson last Saturday a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 February 1893

i if, Li i t ■ k •■'wf : -'V «•'- mm .. - r', v 1:; • r- I S ' • ♦ • Zftt f=:A \&? - ' . XCB8C FOE- — THE DEMOCRAT, Tbe leading piper of CotUa Ccaaty fcbaotea ud Texas Central lillwar Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrive# 5:31 a. m. t e *4 *. 3 • 10:59 a. a* 1 M 8:15 p. m. 3 M 6:14 a. a. 4 44 4:49 p.m. 14 14 9:28 p. B>. East Line Railroad. Veavee **Bl* 6;*0p. a, it 4* Voath .* M it tt ti lifMHoBihi,. Btx Months,.... 91*0 l.OO IS 40 AdTertlalac B«tea. One column 1 year fliMO Ha If column 1 year w,(® 1-inch single column lid# Local notices, 7 centt per line Cm each insertion. Obituaries of 10 lines will be charged for at Ail contract* will be charged for Is proportion to the above. Address. ¥. C. Tnoarsox, Proprietor, McKlnncy, Texes. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Cl'MBKRLA>'D PRBSBWraaiAX. Services every Sabbath at 11 o clock a. m. and 7:30 p. ui. Rev. J H W offord, oast or. Sabbath school every Sabbaih at 9:30 a. superintend- | ent. I'RF.SH YTKK1AN. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'cl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 February 1893

• v " ' ' .-.i?-' -• T'v-v-. * ' •■ ■■■' ■ '' • •' - , t iTW: - • - I ei - ...' r , - • , $ ' ' *• ^ " HUl§p v. - - SS v «WO — Sill'ISi.- **• fc** ■ *+v-u ' I^MW' — ■)> . il rfkoz A Smm City XcJClaney. f9 W. M. Bagley, sgeat New York autlmrumeco. i nxi KNTkHKO AT TNC II ■ 3. NO 31 . . - " " -if ' r "".■•■ ■ I IS TEXAS LEGISLATURE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY- THIRO SESSION. The 8mmmta Confirmed the A| fof Reagan, Foster and MeLe aa as Ball- road Commlsslooors—Name roas Bills ! I 1 r WcdnMltf. • - • * ■'•• no JESqual for the Money, i. PH TLTPSON, Dallas, Texas? Sole Propr ietor. W£ TRY We are now located m our i New Three Story Building, South East Cor. Square, (Where we were locat- ed at time of our fire, on Aug. 8,) and invite I the house. arsttn, Feb. 1.—The honea met with a quorum ( recent, Sjcaker Cochran in the chair. Mr. McLemore presented a resolution to abolish the office of assistant post- master as a nee-Hess office, there being porters enough to do the work. The resoluti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 February 1893

fy 1/ 4 I nr. THAT SUCH A THING AS A CLEAN. NEW STOCK OF &e THE YGAR 189.31 Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, etc., can be found any where in Texas. SEEING IS BELIEVING. LOOK FOR THIS AT THE NEW STORE OF Next Door to C°llin County Bank- We lay our money, our energies, our best efforts, on the alter of the trade of Collin county and ask Tour consideration, PRICES AND VALUES CONSIDERED= We promise to carry our Banner clear of the Dust, keeping abreast with electric progress of the age in our business and as citizens GOME TO SEE US, WE API?, STRANGERS BUT YOU SHALL NOT BE TREATED AS SUCH IN OUR STORE. Our Grand Opening will be deferred on account of failing to get our immense stock in shape, HOWEVER, OUR DOORS WILL BE OPEN. COME. Very Respectfully, WYLIE & BALDWIN. THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PUBLISHED By F.C* Thompson. THURSDAY. FEB. , 1883. "Once to ererr uian and nation. Comes tike moment to decide. In the strife of truth with falsehood For the good or evil tide." Soke of our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 February 1893

Bfe -:v ■ ; ■ • - ,,. Wwm* «a®WE|"' ■ xttu : $i$ib ..- .■j.!:,>afc • -J_. ■ '■■■' ■' - " . •■&&&& i •« M*1** ■'•".«-■ a*-' And Find that they Did Not Everything as Advertised? Some merchants are like show people, you find more cheap bargains in their anvertisements than in their house. '1 WE SHOW EVERYTHING AS ADVERTISED, NAMELY: OUR $25,000 Worth of Fine Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods, Flats, Shoes, etc. All bought at half the manufacturers cost. So you can see how very easy it is for us to sell you at even LESS THAN FIRST COST and still make a good profit. We also show your our cost mark, («,s we believe in honest advertising.) We are strangers to the trade here but propose for fair dealing and selling goods at reasonable prices. aking a record Our cost mark is : ANDLIBERTY 1234567890 Our cost mark is : Over 1,000 Fine Derby Hats, Including Dunlaps, Christie Prices from $1.10 to $3.85. Latest shapes * % We have thousands of dollars worth of CLOTHING ranging...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 February 1893

" >-v- ffililllf ? /• V_V "Tlffr* V • if IJllTTlTfT|w i"||i' -- ^ -. - M#M-**&* ' _ ' .' HUBICRIBI FOR- — THE DEMOCRAT. The leading paper of CMtta Oseaty mm «p A Brief History of Oi ml Natioi HmtM u4 Texas Ciitrtl Kallway Going North, No. 13 Arrive* 3:21 a. ■ , «• •> m } •• iot59 a. a • i « 8:15 p.m. ** Smith s •• 8:14 a. . 4 M 4:48 p. m. 14 u fc p. m. East Line Railroad. l^avM* .S.J7 a. m. Arrives WO p. 1 4 • w Soath •4 • « m 44 SrascBirTMni Ka* One Taar, Gi^bi Bfootbiy*- • 9ix Kaathftf rferee •• <M> One column 1 year f 180.0C 1J a If column 1 year 80*°* 1-lnch single column 1*M Local nctices, 7 cents per line to each insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at ovr All contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address, F. C. Thompson, Proprietor, McKinner, Texas. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Cl'MBBtUXD r*B8BTTEWAX. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. ui. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J H offord, pastor. Sabbath school every Sabbai h at 9:30 a. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 February 1893

■ ■ ., • ^ '-. -* -* '-■' ■ r ••; V- ^ .^3r| r :. ^V- - . • ' • w t " ;. r-' *-.- OSffe ! j m- I Wed r McKInner. if, i|Mt New York •Ji Oil #1 '1 '$ *: • V ^S| VOL. 9 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, (DAY. FEBRUARY 16.1893. m i 'm jt o determined step, showing his : ,1*3^^2* H HOES at bound, there are multitudes of others coming not so aken, yet improving the opportunity of getting selec- from the New Store of .. * "vyiri-iiiEi &. ba.Ij13"WIIT'S, At Catching Prices in Retail and Wholesale Quantities. We have the Goods and are determined they must go. Our doors have only been open three days nnd our expectations have been fully realized and extend thanks to the trade of McKinney and Collin county. OUR DRESS GOODS ■ / , . „ J _ , OUR WASH GOODS OUR SHOES are of the Latest Novelties, and Trim- . i.„«j r««Qi :« t . .. n , , . . _ . mings, to Match. nard to Equal m Texas, we are the Celebrated Guaranteed Wo have a Large Assortment of invite your Special attenion Brown Dentoyen brand. Buy Chinas to Ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 February 1893

• J ^ . * r . v\ ?# ,■■■■ 11, II |i|.*Tmn ' — - - -• .. ■ ; ■ Pl^p ' - > g « • •* *■* « 4 Jj the qo4p,cfi * S ITr.l> AN i pi' HLISHSD 3 j f, C* Twm^uk, _ 1 " ' "* _ ' THURSDAY. FEB. 16,1803. At a minister's Aeetflt li Chicago recently, a monkey and parrot tii had aboot the Paris mob. a I Texas minister mixed things with them. ~- qood roads will increase the The time bat come when hearts and brains Matt rise and take the misdirected reins Of gorernuient, too long left In the hands Of tricksters and of thieves. He who JUftd sees the tui^My. vehicle Hauled through the mire to We flste, 4 And makes not snch bold protest can, ^ Is no American. ^ Ella Wsni Kt'^ nw*. distance to market; save time, wagons, harness, horses, en large the territory which con- tributes to the home market, qaioMMftcitlMioni The demajipkue mast go inicatipR . of thn%fe; dpdqalatti fteState. 11 Mhe Tbel^sStnrTwSl not ike . recommendatioae of the governor embodied in his special message based on the Paria inc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 February 1893

.* ^ r-^* - mrnmmrn ■ i ♦ ... .. 2* , ®§§ - i * '.■•*. - *vi V~- :-V "T, . - —i— .^ * -• A McKinney Residence. XaOCAXa MEWS. The noblest and Highest minded, Energetic, advertising Denizen, who. Enters our office. Must be convinced Of tbe fact that Collin county Readers All take The Democrat. Dick Howard is on the sick list. Weil, it rained in torrents just before daylight this morn- ing. 1 ^ ^ 9 Mr, A. P. Carrico, of the firm of Wvlie & Baldwin, nade a business trip to Dallas yester- day. Mr. M. D. A>r; dl*y of Mont- The ladies of tbe Cemetery Association, lequest that a!* persons who feel interested in the cemetery, will please visi? it on arbor day and set out trees, or otherwise beautify the grounds. J. M. and J. F. Brown field was arrested yesterday, near Graybil), charged with theft of harness, from different par- ties in McKinney on Sunday night before last. The arrest was made by Marshall Burk and constable McKinney. Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkinui City, Kan., wishes t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 16 February 1893

. eg ■:x ^ Ml I > U USCIIIBB —KOH — THE DEMOCRAT, The lea ting r per of Collin County TEXAS LEGISLATURE. PROCEEDINGS OF THE TWENTY- THIRD SESSION. ;ton an<l Texas Central Rtllwij Time Table. Going Ni'rlh. No. 1.1 Arrives " :21 a. m. •• : • 10:5# a. m* • " l ** 8:15 p. m. .south " 2 44 8:14 a. m. " 4 M 4:40 p. m. ** * " 11 * 9:28 p.m. East Line Railroad. ^ *' m' Arrives 6;30 p. m, Scbscwftio* Kit* One Yea* t1*®® Gifbt Months, 1«00 8ix Months* Three •• Our Advotiftinff listen. < *ne column 1 ye: $130.00 I !aii column 1 year 80.0C' 1-inoh single column 14X0 Local net ices, 7 cents per line tot each insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our tt'u&l rates. All contracts will be charged for in proportion to the above. Address. F. C. Tnonrao.v Proprietor, McKlnnev. Tezea. CII t" ItC H I> IRECTOB Y. CI MBEKUXD I'RKBYTMllX, Services everv Sabbath at 11 o clock r. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. .1 ii Wi-flbrd, nustor. Sabbath school every Sabbaib at 0:30 a....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 February 1893

i&fcdi.'. m*: THE carcase ATTN! I :> - VOL, •KINNEY, TEXAS, FEBKUARY This Lad is a Philosopher. He well knows Business must be Advertised, and know- ing the Truth of the message He has been carrying for three weeks is not slow to have his messages carried to Washington, THAT WY"LIE <So B-A.3L,3D"W"I3ST Are in McKinney, next door to Collin County Bank, ready to serve the trade of McKinney and Collin County first and then Washington or elsewhere, that this circular may chance to fall. OUR DRE88 COOD8 are of the Latest Novelties, and Trim- mings, to Match. We have a Large Assortment of Chinas to Arrive in a few days. OUR WASH GOODS will be hard to Equal in Texas, we invite your Special attenion in this Department OUR SHOES the Celebrated Guaranteed Brown Desnoyers brand. Buy them for Comfort and wear. OUR HAT8 are the Famous Beaver Brand. Tourist, Derbysand All Shapes and Colors. Our trade is better and better every day, our efforts are at your service. WYUE A BALDWIN. THE ST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 February 1893

•v- wm > tfv* am' ru hluukbd • • • • * % „ . „ 3f f, £. IhosjsM. THURSDAY. FEB. 23,1893. - <M n- fry— : ... "Let terror strike slaves uiute ; \i"^K great hearte MUG, T.\*, * > resoiut *n will-not suppress anopiaiou ihruU£li tear of op- poartttotr. Ex Senator Spencer of Ala bam a died iu Washington last Monday of paralysis and • ta*>9y, i. • ,* J^M.itical parties like other imluals should be **tii6bbed7 thev commit crimes be m d tine je^U of the law. 1- - Sam Jonk? has bnru raising The Fore Worth Daily Ad- vance is the title of £ new dai- ly paper which appeared in the city of Port Worth last Mon- day. H. L. Bentley, late cam- paign manager of the people's party in Texas, is the managing editor of the paper. It is a newsy psper edited in a first class maimer and is strictly in "the middle of the road." The paper belongs to a stock com pany of which Hon. T. L. Nu- gent is president. The weekly advance will be first class in every particular. The Dimc- crat wishes it comple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 February 1893

. "• ' S: ~ ■: Pi ' ' * • £« -* Q*| Nscta, We. W ABhw Wl . a. •* * S •• lMli.i' «* k M 1 M *16 p. m. 8:14 a. a. 4.-49 p. ■. MBp.a. M *1 " 1 " 4 " 14 afylvw pmchrmm talw ..9UM it MOT*** ^ Six Months 75 •• 40 Mk One oolomn 1 jcv ••••••• . ••• II mil column 1 year ®«<® 1-inch ilBgle column 1300 7 cento ptf line foi OMtuirlM of more than 10 Ubm will be charged for at oar % All eoetnote will be charged for in to the above. F. C. Troioto.i, Proprietor, McKln—y, ee.Tex LOCAL Hitching racks i Pared streets i W ard Schools ? Water works ? Moss backs most step aside. ^ ■ m Pay pour subscription and make us happy. Representative Gough re- turned home from Austin yes- terday. Mr. N. B. Campbell, of the Indian Territory, is visiting at Verona. Will Arrington of Gray bill, came in and plead guilty to theft of harness. w+ m •m JJProf. J. T. Teel and lady, of Arlington, Texas, was in the city this week. V^- ■ ■ ■ ■ 1 We are gl^^ to send the Dkmocrat to L. A. Lafevers, at Farmermsville. Sunday wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 February 1893

j ' :-> • ' * - - ^£3*3 I ' «-f; *1 - - - iw ia b i f n i T '«**$***• -• lAiriBU--••***♦**• wmzwm* rm> - -v ounsrWives POPULISTS DEFEATED Obey * to ho unnerg ww-m ^ T - w^affef J UUJi ' "Mothers Friend can>biAM A remedy which, if o^ed a3 directed AM ,e weeks before confinement, robs it of its pain, horror and risk to life «f bo* evxlwf *d cMld, «• thoatieds who have used it testify. • I need two bottlrtrf M marvelous results. Nf STILL HOLD AtlVE HALL. %Mll«la Ll«w«lljra'a I-birth to who has to pass throua h the ordeal of< knftw if they will use Mothes* Friend for afew _ gent* by express, cbanrw prepaid, on .teccta* ci price. #1 .* per bottte SoM by all druggists. Book To Mothers mailed free, BkADr iftld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Oa- > U li H C R I U E F Off- — THE DEMOCRAT. -Tiie leading paper of i ollin County CtllUCH DIRECTORY. CI MBERUXD rUESBYTKIHAN. •' Services every Sabbath at II o clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. -Rev. .1 II Woftord, oa*tor. Sabbath school every Sabbat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 March 1893

'is.'.--:- It L. Equal for tht Money, \ Dallas, Texas, Sole Proprietor. E. L. Bartm, Jr. I I . E- B,rU*'Sr" *' *• DR'S. BURTON A BURTON, ! WOMFN* GENITO CRINARY. REC TAL DISEASES ANI> Si Rt«ER\ . I>r £ I Burton Jr's * practice for the past year In McKinney and suiTound- „ g auntry apeaks for ItselfHe ha, had imparled success, for which his pa- lTt of over three hundred surgical operation*, minor and major. thThe,|!ucM«s'of ml?'"bis riot only depends on being a skilful operator, but d'In *diaease" we hav ^^pat'hologiwil iteration, or such a change as to produce « morbid or abnormal condition of the parts. The first and most important of all factors in the treatment of disease s prop^ •r diagnosis. Next such Therapeutic measures as can be brought to bear thai * bawMjeen6 offered hundreds of testimonials by former patients cured : but refoaed to publish any of them for that is not my policy. . , % "e have a positive Cure for Piles, cured in a few days without pain, or de- tention...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 March 1893

- THE DEMOCRAT. K''l r«:i As:f ri'ni.lBH*D i\ r. r#> I X+.M iJtSO. THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1893. HO ONE OBJECTS. No om object*! Let all men hare their m Of uy pleasure—think. speak, do their will- Bat not while other* starve to foot the bill! He one objects to power! Let men be. If thnt'1 a pleasure, king* on land and Bat not while others slave in misery! No one objects to riches! Let men be- hold, If that's a pleasure, countless sums oi gold,— ^ Bat not while others die of want and cold! No one objeets to pomp! 1 et vain men throw, If that's a pleasure, gold away for show. Bat not while others half-clad—naked The Batch anti-option bill was defeated in the lower house of congress yesterday. Four of the Texas members, including Bailey, voted against the con- j sideratlon of the bill. The resolution passed by the Texas legislature instruct- ing Senators Coke and Mills to vote for the Hatch anti-option bill is said to hare been based upon the letter of the former to Mr. Henderson of Lama...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 March 1893

- - • rf j®®? ■ ' r ' -? - #* ri Something Neat ! IN- RING GOOD -AT- .ARPER & ©BERieK'S FASHIONABLE CLOTHI Q CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! See the Beautiful Soft Roll Cut*w*y Frocks. also our Spring Prince Alberta (for Valve and Style) can't be equalled. Boys* Suits with both knee and long pants. Youths* clothing to suit the most fastidious. Young mens* goods the latest and most approved styles. Our Long Box Sacques, "Latest Fad.*' HATS' HATS! HATS! Soft, Stiff and Crush, Cow boy's Broad Roll, High Crown, Low Crown, Narrow brim Columbi- an, Dakotas and Alpines. SHIRTS! SHIRTS! SHIRTS! The Celebrated Manhattan, Puffs and Megligee's, are ac- cepted as authority by all cor- rect dressers, Madras Laundered goods for business and comfort. Wilson*s Imported Neckwear Bell Shaped, 4 in hand, Asco- torias, Chintily, Parishian S))k bows and Windsors. Odd pants of all kinds, styles and prices. Pants for "Slims" and pants for "Stouts." PALACE. SHOES ! SHOES! SHOES! Hannon's French Kid and P...

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