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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 June 1893

ft 1i What is i SNAP 8HOT8. Caftorla is 't. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants ami CMI«IrcT . It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xareotse substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, l>rops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pica-ant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea —the Mothers Friend. M Castoria. ^a. >« rUiss" well Castoria. mm. nit I tr > ms." Ill S ari E \. Oxfuftl "Xbt ns* of 'Cast-. its ■ *: if** ttfii krov. <'( |U|> rcriKut.i>u t «•' mMB|R*et ■« wh> i «isy rrach.' V ^kUMI MA: t!. • >r - nr.v ■0 U> cliil' Irt-n lh.it >anr pn-scrlj'tion HiK. M. ! .. ; r« jklrn, N. Y. universal anil f. it. *>-cw n work u. !%* * <uv th«* • t k<- *- Castoria l>. ! .. Ca.«tnriii tun* < V>!ic, Omutipatioo, Sour St«tma«-h, ! •larrliu-a. Eructation, Ki!L-i Worms, (fivva sk<ep, and pr nwt« di- V. itiiOUt injurious medication. " For snronl y<«rs I hare rmimm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 June 1893

'• '• * ■&2 WgkT.. 6sgZ, •# ^ THE DEMOCRAT,! The leading paper of Collin Coanty I CLASS MAIL MATTCR- mmz:. ' . VOL. 9f M'KINNEY, TEXAi £ A Visit to the World's m l >o r) >V/\ t t/ VI. v it fn L. rVcol fnTf n (Stt^ nrnXLO sir A Denocrat RapmaaMv• Gits Ba- yond bis Sphara and Is Struck with Awa. i sr. IE /r n Jil Has-- - m _ * — - -*•*- ■ as£"«) fbe Grocer said. >? ember ti&zd. "raw* CLAIS it v/c war*!/. Kv ? u row on bond ? VtTi ccrlainiij Ir'.r ixotV?r, v/m vr rrj~ bt i the bvrst, And all shm;--.l • •. • *<•? ?« DOWELL & FIELD, Bast Louisiana Street, - McKinney, Texas DEALERS IX Oat Bags at Bottom prices, Casady Sulky PIow^, th- Cele- brated Walter A. Wool E. G, Mowers. Agricultural and Farming Implements respectfully announce to the public that they have opened for business urn) kindly solicit your patronage. Anything in heir line of business can be had on the most reasonable terms. | Tli© White City on tlie Lake. POINTS OF INTEREST. Yes, we have been to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 June 1893

AND PUBLISHED Iff. THURSDAY. JUNE 22, 1893. |>< — The Dallas Slate fair and Exposition will be held from Oct 14 to Oct. 29,1893. An in- teresting program has been is- sued. •* h 9* • •« Six Mentha,. M 91^0 I.OO 70 40 «n ft One column 1 year $150.90 Ha If column 1 year ^ 1-loch tingle column 12.00 Local notices, 7 cents per line foi insertion. Obituaries of more 10 lines will be charged for at our p tw All eentroets will be charged for in proportion to the above. F. C. Tnonesox, Proprietor, McKinnvy, Texes ADVICE. ••I must do as you do?'.— Your way, 1 own, Is a very good way ; and. still, There are sometimes two straight roads to a town- One over, one under the hill. You are treading th« safe and well-worn way That the prudent choose « ch time. And jou think uic reckless and rash to-day Because 1 prefer to eliuib, l'ouf path is the right one. and so is mine. We are not like peai* in a pod, l'om] elled to lie in a certain line Or else be scattered abroad. Twere a dull old world,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 June 1893

& fhi li \ Woman's Tha twn ar r*« rvf St roup of Verona, were in the city yesterday. T. C. Perry and family re- turned from a visit to Green- ville last week. Demanding equality, politically is the ques- tion to day. We do not take issue, but if there is a difference, the la- dies'have a better show at Wylie & Baldwin's j lion. H. M. Henderson, ex- . revenue collector for this dis- than the gentlemen and we give | trict, was in the city this week, them a right to vote on any S. H. Cole is surveying a 900 Question and promise a fair countairH tract of land near Blae in every instance. E. W. Kirkpatrick is attend- ing the State Horticultural meeting at Rockport. R. S. Sneed, President of the Collin county alliance was in the city last Tuesday. m In some parts of the city the weeds have become a nuisance by falling over the walks. Many of our citizens will leave for the world's fair soon ; i providing rates are reduced. J. R. Gough has sold hie | place in south McKinney and wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 22 June 1893

V ism What is CAS is Dr. Samuel Pitchcr\s proscription for IoDuits and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic 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. Castoria. "CMtoria Uso w«-ll atl&pU-tl tOchiMrrn that j <'sn toria cures O>Ik v <xistipotion, I recnmmeii'l it as fsup«*ri«>r toany pn-sorij>ti>>n | S>>ur I>iarrh«i*-a. Kructation, known to air 11. A. Arthur, M. Ij Kills Worms, pves a« l promotes di 111 So. Oxf-Td St., Dnx-klyii. N. Y. " The of • Castoria" Is sn universal a:i<l its merits iso well lcnowa that it -as h w«>rk of ■upereropa!nJn t«. endorse it. K--w ar** !h - intefflcent fauiili -s who do not kw j> t'.ist' >ria within easy reach.M CAKUW MJUITY*, I . P., New York City. frtntum. Without injurious m«ilieati«>u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 June 1893

... . \- "• %~ ' 7 - r* - -' #■! •*- *-V « - Jk DEMOCRAT. loading paper of CoUId Comity —ip—— muD X JtlJci ►L. 9' £ tlr $/4iua£ trfinulM/' SMC' dfyif *fu/M /iud<} /Miil£/t^A4UM4£stftf fitu/y. <#rt,/&A MuyvdUt4/>fifl ^mWatkify faitfauJC *4L St. 0&VU4&. collision m a British Battleship Vic toria Struck by the Caper- down. M tllM i'l'liKI t 4ff If.) -I JuffW I1* H $f The only wito«H that it is see essary to introduce to this is the mouse. M'KINNEY, TEXAS,'THURSDAY. JUNE 29. 1893. THE VICTORIA 60ES DOWN And Four Hundred Officers and 8allora Find Graves in the Bottom of the Mediter- ranean. London, June 24.—A tragedy of the sea without a parallel in naval annals of recent years occurred today. The BrUtish battle ship Victoria, flagship of the Meditarranean squadron has completed a checkered ca down which dealt the fatal blow was about the same size as the Victoria. She resembles the United States steamer Charleston in general appear- ance, though twice as large. She ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 June 1893

OCRAT. • «n m Aimwm.wHin ARE WE ▲ FROSPEKOITS PEOPLE? Y, JUNE 99, 1808. •l«AO $150.00 8OJOO 12.00 7 ctnU per line foi ObltoarlM of more Will Se charged for at our will be charged for In to the above. ; Proprietor, MeKinnev. Texes Dun fall upon the just and «a}oat. 3 Thjeri small at ten ti- nt the world's fair last Stinioy. Good character of the debtor I4 at last about the best securi- tj.-—Dallas News. It Is well to have warm fteds, providing they do not inhabit the lower regions. **! If eyery citizen would strive to make some one happy a grand change would take place. flow. Geo. Clark will deliver aa address at the dedication of. the Texas world's fair build i** fflp« honest laborer of the world foots the bills of all ex- travagance. Cut down expen- SSS v has lN Baii.ky been invited to deliver an ad dross to Tammany Hall. New York, on the Fourth of July. What is prosperity ? We always entertained the idea that it consisted in ths greatest return for honsst labor. But the modern dec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 June 1893

yp. = . ms of the times and the ber op people VI8ITINO YL1E&BALDWIN ■twI thft number of packages earned out indi- oate that they have been Tnft^n|if no uncer- tain sounds, but every assertion has been so nloenlj ooupled with the act as to harmonize in such a way that the most skeptical are now believing, that they meant what they said at the beginning: That they would answer the Roll Call at every mile-post down the line. Have we done it P If so, continue to give us your support as you have done and we will save you money and be no drawback to McKinney. We have been naing the knife on high prices in ,such a general way lately that we have almost everything on a special list. But to maintain our reputa- tion as the leaders of low prices, we will wade into our white and black lawns. SEE THEM. SUMMER CLEARING sales with us in reality. Nothing we fear* advertised, lately forgotten. Our Stock is going out to Onr cash account is building up ; our trade has in- so far beyond our expect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 29 June 1893

mm. looflb. They did not gel frA Is Dr. Samuel pitcher's prescription for Infants Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Narcotic substance. I* is a harmless substitute c, l>rops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasaut. Its guarantee is tliir'y years'' use by ~ Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's l'riend. , •"* Castoria. Castoria. taau WfU adapt<'<l to children th.it <««tori rurw Colic, l>.rmtipatioo, it as snjjeri* >r lo any |>m*-rH tiuii f i* >ur St< ma*-h. 1 >iarrln *;i. Eructation, n. A. AacHX*, :•!. !>., j KTtt Worm*, j ma and pn>:note« d* 'VTtl '.it injurious m*^lkati. o. .r.-rsal mA son a wor t-' CasttiTW' i i Bu an K Lll'KWIi ff> it it to e«io.^P it. I famHio< who <.!> > nr*t kt yrtttKb' carujs makt\ n . 1 >. i>.. Sow V Itv. "Kar federal yw? 1 ha v.' vcomi jf rjt Tjauiria,'and Ju.fl <at m to • ii as i: lut-> invariU.'y pnxiu •<•*! beneficial result*." 1'nrrrF. l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 July 1893

DEMOCRAT.] paper of Collin County a^s m :ir:* '^iisss- / ■*-.•• ^v.«ess CNTCRKD ATTHC > CLASS MAIL HATTER- VOL. 1 0 vp«x mm ZS^JT' Collars AN9 Cuffs. M'KINNEY, TEXAS, ' be remembered, of course, that | iron and glass. The very panes, , it was at the Convent of La in the windows are set in iron Rabida that Columbus, well frames. This structure is lo- nigh discouraged, sought and cated at the south side of the north pond, separated from the 1DAY. JULY 13, 1893. water by beautiful terraces or* of the structure is Ro- with the details of orna- ition worked out in a real- manner after various fish marine forms. Thus the >le row of engaged columns form the exterior face of i ■' "I " i' RMe Only by TlX FAIR BANK &. CO. ST. touts, CHURCH DIRECTORY. a Visit io the World's Fair, Ct'NKEIUXD P1FSBYTKRUX. Services everv Sabbath at 11 o'clcx-k s. m. mnd 7:% p. m. Kev. J 11 Wi-fford, J putcr. Sabbath school every SaM a< h | st 9:30 A. m. superintend- •At. nmrmux. Services every Sabbat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 July 1893

"""• • * - 1 V A 1- a#' '■ .■k;4*- ©If m . :■> -' •' ..yr ' ««*«*•* r'^V f^Mfc x~r- • :& -li~ "; -•" - v • - . ■ DEMOCRAT. Intelligence without charac- ter is a curse. EDITED AND PUBLISHED 85 F. C> Ttiompssn. A skating rink on the j world's fair grounds burned last Monday resulting in the THTRSnAV IITI V 11 lfi 3 |dwi,tl of for,jr braTe tirem6n THURSDAY. JLL\ l.t,JSS>3. buildi wa8 flve 8tory . _4 | and (he flre was &nt dig. when the l.w pronded for their « ™: ! covered on top aronnd a .moke- ! ademption, either in gold or ^i'oo ! ■'lack. The firemen rnshed to"1™'- He predicts that if the ™ Uetoi, of .h« bmidin* when:*"**' ~Mp,.?°T Hon. John H. Reagan conies to the front in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver at the ration of 16 to 1. He severely criticizes the present democratic administration for redeeming certificates in gold ic party is. It is so things that the manhood of ev- ery Jackson democrat, every Jefferson democrat, every silver democrat, ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 July 1893

*• GESp* -M h" r>' —Latest U. S. Gov't Report 8&!E2£ P*y y What about the "taruf " ABSOU/IEUT PURE Keep the bad boy a off the street. m Support the paper that is fighting for your interest- Get your neighbor to sul - scribe for Tiie Democrat. aafl Texas Ccitril Railway Tiae Table. % * u u ___ ■ we8^ 8*^e ciQh is waiting R W. Kirkpatrick returned J V*™*' for congress to meet. from Rock port this week. He | Alma Wilson of Princeton brings a flowing account of! came over to the. metropolis to- grape culture on the coast. i da}'.. A postoffice by the name of A nice rain fell throughout Borda has bten established in portions of east Collin yester North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. Collin county, with G. E day. 3 ** ^isj'J Strother a3 post master. * " . , 1 , m m m ! The finance question is be- Hon. J. L. Doggett, Bab ing freely discussed on all Woods an i Walter Muse came sides. i(V4(i m m up from Dallas last Saturday j «T~* x n F, , fc,i o i Health ofhcers should see i m. aB(j rema...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 13 July 1893

Law* - s- ■ ** -J What is I CASTOR IA Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher** prescription for Infants Children. It contains neither Osiium, Morphine nor Narcotic sabstance. It is a harm less substitute for Paregoric, l>rops, Soothing Syrups, suid Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. >H ac> w>*U adapt«*d t<>children tbat < *i toria cuw tV>lk\ t'• .ist'mtion. it as superior to any prescTiptiua ! S- tjr Stonun-ti Iharrhuua, Eru<*tati«>n, tome." H. a. Abciikk, m. l>„ i KiUs Worms. piv ^ sk^-p, and promotes (t 111 So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn. N V. ir**wtitm, j ^ > it bout innirk>us medication. "Theuspirf 'fastona' is s- universal «a its meritsao well known that it «<•*•.-rns a wif of aapererogat :• >n t «- Klor e it f -'w sr.* tfcunili«*s \rbo <l > not C'a- tori i easy n* h." c.mu« mjuctyn. L . 1 ., N«-w York City. "Tor s vcral y>-....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 July 1893

JSKPPIv -i dl*5 IBE -FOB- — the democrat. totdiif ptp«r of Collin County rpTjr A £l Hi D CNTKftCDAT MOCRAT. M MMMCUII MAIL ■ATTCN* A1 ATTQMEY-AT-UW * ■. vol. 10 m'kinney, texas. thursday. 20.1893. no 8 You Should know THIS FACT. „ That fXirtBAHK St Co. of st. LCUU5make \S0Ap cytyftexie "Which Has jN'o £g.ual. vK CAP 2 QjA.UTY^V^IGHT Qc&rf fif It- rr1^ Wv CHURCH DIRECTORY. CCMBERI.AXD rRKSBYTKP.lAN. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J II W« ffcrri. pastor. Sabbath school every Sabbat li at 9:30 a. m. superintend- ent. ITTBB1SH. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock ft. m. and 7:30 p. m., Rev. G. A. lJue- ■ell paitur. Sabbath school every Sab- bath at 9:30 a. ji. l'rayer meeting every Wednesday night at «:30. MXTIODI8T. Seivices every Sabbath at 11 o'clock *. m. and 7:15 p. m.. Rev. Fiadeer pas- tor. Sabbath school every Sabbath at 9:45 a. a. Prayer meeting every Wed- nesday night at 7:30. CHELSTLlX. Preaching every Sabbath morning st 11 b. m. ana 7:30 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 July 1893

DEMOCRAT. FOR THE KDITED AND PUBLISHED B| F. G- Thenpsen. Tiik calamity howler* abroad in the land. Read the extracts from our county con- temporaries in this issue of The Democrat. .... %r A Ho!?. J; W. BaIley, In his THUItoDA\. JIL\ M, IHJ.'. , Cope?nie e(>eeclli declared that when it comes to a choice be- tween the contraction idea of tbe single gold standard advo- cates and the- inflation theory of the populist he would take fcis stand with the latter, as be- tween a Hood and a drouth he would prefer a flood. jScascRiruoN KATES: r, *1.«0 lUouthH, l.OO [oothd, 75 " 40 AU vert iKini One column 1 year $150.00 Half column 1 year 80.00 1-inch single column 12.00 Local net ices. 7 tents per line fci —eh insertion. Obituaries of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our osual rates. All contract? will be charged for in proportion to the above. Address. K. C. Thomi-sos, Proprietor, Mc Kinney, Texes The Dallas News, with much vigor, continues to Dam the Trinity. The Greenville Ind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 20 July 1893

fc* ; ;-sw: "w*:- :: ,.. _ • r§&K&%: v £&&&£! What is CASTOR IA Gtetoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for In&nti and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by that all other coin* of different materials (silver, nickle or copper) would be the saute as legal tender paper notes to the extent their commercial value chanced not to be equal to their nominal value; while the commercial value and the nom*".il value of the gold dol- lar is a ways the same. No, in this manner, I dont be- lieve in having a double stand- (4.) The fiat money thus is- sued shall exist in the nature Millions of Mothers, —the Mother's Friend. Castoria. **fWtorta itsn wfil adapted tochikfcSB ttwt I recommend it a« superior to any pri arripChjo i to me." H. A. Am hick M. l>„ 111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 July 1893

bucbiiie DEMOCRAT. of Collin County CNTCftCO ATTHK POSTOTT1CI AS M eUll MAIL ■ATTKft- |SINQ THE P/MISE *rBTC CLAIRETTEI M'KINNEY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1893. TOJV ATT0RKY4T-UV, MOVIY TO LOAM IABSTR ACTS or TITLE NO 3 mm rob labor of its fruits. A dol- lar that will bay two bushels of wheat, four bushels of com, five bushels of oats, eighteea pounds of cotton, is a dishon- est dollar, and that dollar, these fellows are trying to make^jsore dishonest. 'When tout VKS"JftlABANft3'lS WE BEST. SMELL SWEET,OVA IMN SHINES SOEMf MM filHCNT (CLARETTE SOAP tjmi KaJjuM WWI DHJCHT, &.CO ST. LOm the necks of the Democrats. j A GREAT FINANCIAL CRISIS. The East seems to have no use for the Government, especially The Silver Act of '90 Will be j the West and Southern portion Repealed. ! of it, except to wring the last drop of sweat and blood from office of Harvey Flak A sona, Dealers * the people. In United States Bonds. So. 24 Xas- Our Eastern friends seem to mu street.^ regard the Democrati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 July 1893

'V ; • - MB C2 DEMOCRAT. IDITKD ASD PUBL18HID If F.l THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1893. Su—citrnoH Bins: 51.50 Irafthi, 1.UU iths, 78 •• 41? Newspapers are prone to be come mere go9iipiog sheets. The public does not lined a col omn acconnt of a bride's dress and presents, or a four inch lo- cal of the "beautiful and ac- complished Miss Roustabout." ! The columns of a good news- 1 paper should be ladened with substantial matter—genie of originality. A RINGING This talk of ''restoring con lidence" is the greatest "confi dence game" the people of Om column l jearTTTT. Iiso.oo this country ever witnessed. Half column i year 80.001 Confidence feeds not tbe 1-laeh tingle column 1*001 h , cl0thes not the naked, Local net ices, 7 cants per line foi */' ^ . lasertion. OMtaaitas of more, cftnce'8 n0 debt' filli not the 10 lines will be charged for at our depleted exchequer and secures t _ none of the pleasures of life any Peri°d °f our history- W ® have passed through a heated political campaign, in wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 July 1893

: < BSSS1 Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ASSOU/IEiy PURE Shorty, the painter, of Farm- ersville, was in the city yester- day. « * There will be a picnic at Barley *s park on the 4th and 5;h of August for the pleasure of the colored population nnder | the management of Geo Brad ley and Mnnk Shafford. Ev erybody invited. «- Congress will meet >ou the :« sad Tma Central Railway here Tiae Table. Ooiag North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. in. * •* **3 *• 10:59 a. in* 8:15 p. m. 8:14 a. in. 4:49 p.m. [ ^ ^ 9:38 p. m. j Cure nervousuess your Line Railroad. i . - , , nerves mist be fed by pure 10:40 am! „ , „ *. 6;3o p. m. j blood. Hood's bareaparilla There is a picnic in progress 7th of August next and pro to-day near Stiff Chapel. ' ceed to discuss the financial , —: .m " * , — - question. In the meantime Joe Anthony and lady ofj* wegt of ^ Dallas are mitin* relatiTM | poote Ho|we continue* to solve the vexed question by selling the best and cheapest staple and fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 27 July 1893

X--W" . v* • ~ ; J.iflE : -f?-i #> HQ *£.f«s3r "; #1 What is JIX k Hcmr. muuff If It stiver, you Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Imfiurts Chfldres. It contains neither Opiuui, Morphine nor lareetic substance. It is a harmless substitute for pMvgi^c, I rpps, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. it is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. )l0 adapt**) toehiklmj tAat < t*torl cur** Colic. Constipation, IK^superior to any prescription I Sour Stomach, l iarrhtna. Eni-.-tat ion, H. A. hmcwm, M. ! ., Kills W >rra&. jfiv*** .sleep, aud promotes di pars to walk." "Won't yon leave as a lew congressional district* in Tex as?" "You might manage to scr«*ch in down in the coast dibit iots, but everywhere else you will be beaten out of sight. • Things are moving and the people are waking up. In my county, Hopkins, the Populists known to m*.' 111 (to. Oxfonl St., Brooklyn, N. Y "Theavof '...

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