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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 April 1894

mm: mmmm 5R* - — . >g r~ *— 1 ■5>; £ ^ , %£?" & -M tbe many in cons is tescies of the present ccD^ren | it isa wonder that Col. W. C. P. Breck en ridge has not been elected chaplain of that body. Hon. Geo. Clark endorses Cleveland's veto ot the seig- niorage bill. Many people look on Cleveland and Clark as being "chsilatans and dema- gogues A NARROW ESCAPE! How it Happened.. TK* following r* innrkahk event In a lady'* life will Interest tiic rentier: "For a lonjr time I k*4 a terrible pain ut my heart, which Hut teres ar P h until I thought 'Tfrr mluui* would lw tld loatt u I Imd no appetite would be cunipeilevl i almost Incessantly could not *leen. I In hed and l* lcb fan from uijr stor.- The populist "man with the hoe ' can put ten thousand dem- ocrats to flight wiih only the slightest reference to the pres ent administration. The "only one more chance" democrats are "down in the mouth," so to speak. my Itot. There was a frclinc of oppression about my heart, and I was af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 April 1894

- - I#ttr+ U. & Gov't rafm iff*--is rawdel ABSOU/TE13T PURE Clitrtl Railway Table. North, So. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. •• 3 •• Mh59 a. id. " , 44 | M g.J5 p. QQ M Son til " 2 '* 8:14 a. m. •• •* *4 4 44 4.4to p. m. M «* " 14 4 9:28 p. m Shrereport and SonOifin. 10:40 a m ▲rriree 6:30 p. m. accommodation . Arriree 10:30 a. m. 5:00 p.m. Anaoaacementg. We are authorized to announce the following named gentlemen, subject to tha action of the Uniu«>craTlc party. TOR COUNTY JUDGE. K. C. White. FOR COUNTY CLERK. J. W. Waddill. John ▲. W aid en. LOCAL NEWS. The farmers now. are very busy Tom Perkins, of Wylie, was in the city this week. n m •• We bear some farmers talk of planting corn this week. It is to be doped we will have no more severe frosts and freezes. A large crowd, as usnai on first Monday, was in the city last Monday. L. J. Smith tias secured the contract for building an opera 'loose at Paris. The grandest revival ^^r seen In McKinney, dosed at (be Methodist church last bigh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 5 April 1894

- : ■ "■ - " ,y- * '• . • •1 - ,w • . Em®-": ' S£&tS3i ! - j , sarasds ■ 'V: ^ *-V; - What is j CASTOR IA OMtoria is Or. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infiuita and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic snbstanee. It is a harmless snbstitnte for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Sjrnps, 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. k) v«D adapted to< I recommend it am wpnter tossy prescription kwni to roe." H. A. abcbss, X. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N. Y. oresOottc, BnurRtonaeh, Dittrhatt, Kilk Worms, fives wit bout injurious medication. ** Tbe w of ' Castoria * is so its merits * > well hutvo that it SS— a work of st|wrngatioD to endorse it. Few ars the tstellifrnit families who do not keep Certoris within «t-y reach." CASLOS MASTYW, P. P.. New York City. "For ssreral yearn I hart your ' Castoria.' and ehall always do eo s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 April 1894

■sljbsii ' sbltsi# f'. "** • "Vr vol. 10 : - -,- - gg^ggglgjjjrejg ***** ) • ;/' '• ; *••• ^ "- • imm i M'KIKNEY. TEXAS, THU 18DAY. APRIL 12. 1894 ■ i «% w IDE A COCKHORSE,TO . louis c f cpuftse,t0 get, some mz ILIiRETTE 13 boss. rrs Resits forcleanmc and WAShiNG the cloths. xssuhe it a welcome rever IT goes. pankfe^ te soap KHPIT.^ >^pt orily y N.KfAIFlBANK a CO. the popuubt club. Mr. qnbhtrt Svggrda wij to Swell Cexey*s Jkrmj to 100,006. [Dallas News.] The populist clab did busi- ness on tbe € h inst., at the old stand with.an enlarged attend anca. 4,Tige" Robertson—I'd i=>'e to hear from Brother Goodloe of Peco* City. Brother Goodloe—I'm not feeling well. I will say though that no man converted to our faith has ever backslidden. 1 was through the war and when I weal home to my young wife in Ellis county 1 found all my patriotism frazzled out, and I Hard on Cleveland. Judge G B. Gerald of Waco who is also exstate representa- tive and was a Clark democrat in tbe campaign of 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 April 1894

. ** v i WP- ■■■ i. "£*> ■ "H ^ Highest of all in leavMisg foirii ■ T nlnl U. S. Gov't Rspsrt Baking Powder ABSOU/IEUT PURE THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED an d PUBLISHED By F. C> Tbonpsoi. THURSDAY. APR. 12, 1804 Subscription fU Kfht Months, UIMOBIIIR,... ■ •• 91.60 1.UU 75 40 Coxky's army ie still peace folly moving in the direction of the National capitol. At last accounts the army was moving through the mountains of Pennsylvania. How mnch better would tais world be if all the streams of jealously and hatred could be transformed into the crystal streams of kindness and love— Our Adverttwtng n*tN. j flowing on forever into the Oae column l year fifiO.OO j ocean of eternal joy. Half column 1 year 80.00 ■ 1-inch single column i2.oo \\ hkn a set of lawmakers Local notices, 7 cents per line foi i . ^ each insertion. Obituaries of more of a political party 18 compell- than 10 lines will be charged for at our ^ hold a caucus in order to force its members to carry out the provisions of that p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 April 1894

WE HAVE THE VAL Our Mr. Murphy while in New Tork this spring bought us the cheapest stock of g ever owned! HIGH PRICES have been unmercifully slain by us ever since we came to McEinney, but our filauarhter Af t.ViAiw *his season breaks the record. f f The Democrat Supplement, 3papers to contain a list of all the GREAT BABGAJKS we have in store for you. MoKINNEY, TEXAS, APRIL 12,1«M. PJ.OTHTNQ! Don't you need a Nice, New Suit lor £ Summer wear ? If you do, go to the to buy them. They have just received a handsome stock direct from the factories. They were bought for Spot Cash, Less the Tariff That means that you can buy a suit from them at About 25 per Cent Less you have been in the habit of paying for the same class of goods. They have the very latest styles in Spring and Summer Clothing. You can't afford to buy until you look through their new stock. Also their prices on Shoes and Hats is as LOW as any house in McKinney. To be convinc- ed of these facts call and see them. C. Id. 75...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 April 1894

SKiHP V„v *• .*4 . -" * '' : ^jSPs^ • . .--. ' : - " -: * ' £*:* V : ' •: -:?■'. «y > -« f • *•• • - - - I i ? - - - ^ WE ARE! WE ___— THE V r r Our Mr. Murphy while in New Tork this spring BOUGHT US THE CHEAPEST STOCK OF G EVER HIGH PRICES have been unmercifully slain by us ever since we came to McKinney, but our slaughter of them this season breaks the record. f Of course we can only quote a few for it would take two whole newspapers to contain a list of all the GREAT BAIMS we have in store for you, DRY GOODS. MILLINERY. NOTIONS AND HOSIERY: I SHOES AND SLIPPERS. # c We have a regular Shoe store, for you can get any 25 Yards Check Gingham for...:. .. $1 00= Complete line and large slock of latent at vies in Millin- 5 Spools Basting Thread for cents g^e Qr gjloe or Slipper jou want out of our store. 40yards Printed Lawn -.. J erv Goods from 25 to 50 per cent less than any house in 5 papers of Vim for 5 cents Children's Shoes, size 1 to 7, only 25c. . White Lawn 31-2 per yard, or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 12 April 1894

tiW P HS?! - - • w " ' v ' Us.- E®s? ■■- ■.■eMST&i'f':--.. 'I .- .* - FfK 6i CASTOR IA Castoria is Dr. Samacl Pitcher's prescription fer Iiflata id Children. Tt contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Narcotic substance. It is harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL It is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years9 use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's —the Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. >riaiifn tr.ll adapted t< > children that 1 recommend it ax superior to any prescription known to roe." H. A. Aaraxa, M. l>., 111 t?o. Crxt>>rd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sour ISLomaeh, DUrrtKsa, Eructation, Kills Woruu, Without injurious medication. " The use oi ' Oact< ria' is so universal and , Ha merit* so well known that it se ms a work of sapererngatjoa toerulorv it. *Vw are tho j jntallfrnr families w bo do r >t t -- p Oostorit | within ea&y rcaf-h." Cjlkum Mahttn P. I>., N. w York City. "For several yeara I hare ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 April 1894

Hi ■ -Ji - • * .:•• ypfr W D. G008TREE STAPLK AND FANCY GROCERIES Complete Stock, popular price*. Opposite J. P. poweil. East Louisiana Street, lUIMEY, - - TEXAS. THE Jr*-/' •: • . ' ^1 • .: iff «> • -*• •* * - l&efei £lv > JJSiiak. f - . - - #• 1 ; . S ' - - v - i WeS? KNTKftED AT THE *0 T0rT CC 10CLASS HAIL MATVtft* VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T •DAY, APKIL 19, 1894 NO m MY WIFE SOTS SHE CAN'T > a rj GET ENOUGH OF THAT ^ Tillman Explodes. He Despises Grover Cleveland and Thinks He Ought to Be Impeached. HE IS OWNED BT SHY LOCKS. The Sonth aid West Mast Get Together and Fight for the Next Congress— Blood Sacking Gold Thieves. Columbus, 8. C., April 8.— While the eyes of all the peo pie of tlie United States are turned npon this state in con- sequence of the recent alleged insurrection in Darlington,Gov, Tillman conies to the front wuh and let out at another with oil ver certificates. And the same process can go on till the eilver certificates are exhausted and the people ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 April 1894

• • tj • , •3*^25} V> ^ « r; T * -ii>£ % ~ ^ «S ' * * * - ,«lr SAILED THE SEAS 38 YE\R8. One of His Experiences. For thlrty-eteht years Capt. Loud (oHo' t'd the sea. n.ust of tb t lime as master of :i ves- sel. and upon ri-tiring fron: the water * a- -p- ¥>lnit'd by the Secretary o* the United States re'^ury'to -ujiT^jH'JhI the -e;tl In Alaska, whif!. po-i;i(>u he h five years, lie relates one experience as follow-: •Tor several yi-jr> 1 had teen troubled vlth general nervcu- :i« -s aud p:iin iti the rfv'il,i of nir h ait. My ennte r :>ffirtiori was bltvpictsuc^i; il aris : liua* impassible at any time to obtain • t i.n i s« «_p. Having seen Br. Miles renwdl-. ~ d.erthed I h« pan u>ine Kervine. Afirr t..kiu :* -tr.'iil quantity tlie bt-tietii rerri v 1 ■ • o f i hut I was posi- tively alarmed ti.iult -• tern* dy con- tained opi - - ■ !:'•••}; * -'d * ' injuri- ous to • :"-;- irist that it as; i* • i. i!« - 1 '"niln* — th the < u. 1 d iy i-.v • <J- u *! >...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 April 1894

-- *- m , , ; rii'. - U T^tett U. S. Gov't lUfort. Baking Powder ABSOU/TELY PURE Ceitnl Railway Tine Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. •* *• 3 10:58 a. m. 44 U • 1 M 8:15 p. m " South 44 2 44 8:14 a. m. •• '4 44 4 44 4:49 p. m. " " 14 " 9:28 p. m LOCAL NEWS. Miss Linnie Brooks is very sick. Skrerrport u4 ArrifM. Southern. 10:40 a m • •••••....•a ...... €*30 J). 9D* ACCOMMODATION. ....a••*•••...... 10:30 a. in. 5:00 p. iu. Annoancementa. Wt are authorized to announce the following named gentlemen, subject to tha action of the democratic party. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. R. C. White. Mrs. Hogue Cofftnan of Me- lissa is sick, Mr. W. G. Parker served on tbe jury this week. ■ i* < ii Mr. T. A. Pruett was in Mc- Kinney last Tuesday. m a *s Joe Clioe has returned from Jefferson to McKinney. Joe Barnes left on a weeks visit to Ardmore yesterday. ^ e m Sam Smith, our colored press- man has been sick this week. FOR COUNTY CI.ERK. J. W. W add ill. John A. Walden. FOR SHERIFF. J. L. Mould...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 19 April 1894

m 3 - IT? What is UNWISE AND FOOLISH, Is What Judge Nurent Terms the ▲gressive Movemeit Against Religious Tolerance. I 0 tbem in tbeir talking. See ' that they are not disturbed, bot leave troth always free to combat error, but under all circumstances let us labor to Fort wokth, Tex., March j prevent anything like a com 14.—Something has been said mittal of any party to any in the papers about the popu church or religions creed. As lists and the A. P. A. having an "cample of the growing some connection one with th, : ■ ^altty m the Roman Catbo lie church, to which I Jbave Castoria is Dr. Samuel PitcLcr's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains'Ddther Opiam, 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. other. As to those rumors Judge Thomas L. Nngent, pop- j ulist can...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 May 1894

vT - * D.C008TREE 8TAPLB AMD FANCY GROCERIES J. P. Dowell, Street, TEXAS. mnD A XlJDi VOL. 10 MYlRflATTMl Mil M'KENNEY, TEXAS, teoNieuti HAIL TOM SDAY. MAY 10.1894 NO 44 § I WILLIAM TELL ^Sbu r /Mother TO USE NO OTHER SOAP F"0R LAUNPRY AND HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. THAN 15 PAR SUPERIOR TO ANYOTHBflN THE MARKET AND IS MAPt ONLY BY NK FAlRBANKfcCO. ST. LOUIS. T1IK Bell Watch Case Co. lake the Best Gold;Fflled Cases ALL HIZEH. Main Office,. C'i xcixnati. Ohio, I". S. A 16-SIZE HUNTING ROVAL. Warranted 10. and :T> years. that yoorcai*e has trade mark "( dmet." •'Royal" or "Bell" stamped in gold and ▼oo are safe on quality and guarantee. We refer to any < onimercial Agency ae to the value of our guarantee, for gal* bjres ponsibie and leading Jewelers. t>. GOOD1N. Affcnt. HcKiunev, To*. FIRST CLASS Board and Lodging —AT— Mrs.M.W.Webb's No. 516. Jackson St.. torr.er^of l'earl Dallas, Texas. Kftte$l.U*>' per Pay. Nice, large coo rooms and batn privi'egea. $15 For You $15. SPECIAL HOLI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 May 1894

: i The big Baptist meeting and the democratic state conven- tion will consame an unusual amount of "Trinity water'9 in Dallas this summer. A T0DN6 GIRL'S FORTUNE. AN INTERESTING SKETCH. j appeals so strongly to a mother s ss her daughter just bedding into kL Following is an instance: "Oar Blanche, now 15 years of age, bad terribly afflicted with narrowness, and had lost the entire oh of her right arm. She was in such a condition that we had to keep her from school and abandon ber music les- . 7In fact, we feared St. vitas dance, and stttre but for an invaluable remedy she have had that terrible affliction. Wo employed physicians, but *iie received no It from them. The nrst of last August she id bat 75 pounds, and although she has only three bottles of Nervine she now .j 106 pounds • her nervou«nee* and synijv of 8L Vitus cause aro entirely gone, tbe school regilarlgr, and studies with corn recovered complete ere arm. her appetite is splendid, and no ' eould procure for our daughter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 10 May 1894

Bp*' <srm —■ of all in Leavening Powe- ? .atest U. S. Gov't Report Baking fonder ABSOLUTELY PURE LOCAL NEWS. and Texas Central Railway Tiae Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. •* " *• 3 •* 10:5i> a. n). T. H. E-Hereon remairs veiy sick. Quit* a number of young people from McKinney went od a picnic excursion to the coun- try yesterday, jnst before tbe rain. Our readers are kindly re- quested to send r* in the news items of their respective com- mnnities for publication. m e m J. D, Cox, drayman, hauled 10,000 pounds of brick from the depot to the square in sev- en minutes, last Tuesday, with his pony team. He won $20. *4 M 44 South 4 44 44 44 44 44 1 2 4 14 44 41 44 44 LeaTM. Arrives Arrives Departs Shreveport and accommodation. 8:15 p. 111. 8:14 a. m. 4:4i p.m. 9:2S p. m. Southern. . 10:40 a m (i:30 p. m. 10:30 a. ui. 5:00 p. in. Mrs. Franc Gritiin sick. is Pay your subscription toTnx Democrat. Rheumatism racks the sys tem like a thumbscrew. It re- very; treats befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 May 1894

_J 1 r. s ■ j.- i - r;'a. ? .-Jr' ■ -.v-->*r3fei'i: '' '* % ■: J J •.?3 i;<¥: W D. COOSTREE ■TAPLK AND FANCY GKOC'ERIl 9 Stock, popular prices. iJ.P. Dowell, Kast Louisiana Street, Jf«K(NXEY, - - TEXAS. w& CNTCRCDAT THK lieutl MAIL HATVKR- VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T SDAY, MAY 17. 1894 NO - s I SAY! BUY A CAKE OF C LAI RETTE SOAP ai?d thank nie for calling your atteqtioq to it." MANUFACTURED .J3NLY BY N.K.FAIRBANK & C0.ST.Louis. TIHJ Ml Watch Case Co.. SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. le the BestGabl.Killed IC'use* ALLHIZi:s. Main Office,. Cincinnati. Ohio. I . -. A BREAKFAST-SUPPER. E PPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA BOiLING WATER QR MiLK. PARKERS HAIR BALSAM twatttifia* 'h* hmir Sever F*Jis to B< « or« Ornjr Htir to i Yoti'.hful Color. Cuk .p «! - A fc«t la :j>g. SV.andS] • :• i'-Jptt ARE lu CONSUMPTIVE it f !!«•• tBC * "t . P n. T«k* int.inf.S "li. ' ?>rk r'> Omgcr Toul'*. V. .i I,unr , rvi tv, imltpnr H!fiDERCORHS. Th. ,-v ,r. nr h r Comi. . iL.. 't~t.ll. l^C il vr !...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 May 1894

^r- ?!gg ■ ' " ' ,■ " ' - - a*' '• ■ ~~ ? : W- - ' i> -V v . _ J^75fPt- F ^ . ^ - *fiT Our Mr Aron will leave for New Tork and the Eastern markets Saturday, May the 19th, and we will begin the LARGEST CLEARING SALE EVER HELD IN McKINNEY. it. He says that Reagan was once a greenbacker,an anti pro- hibitionist, an anti-railroad commission advocate and after- wards a railroad commi3sioQ supporter. Democrats should never say anything more about anarchy. They have by negligence pro- duced a state of affairs that border on anarchy. The cor- morant has given birth to the commune. «Atgeld the demo- cratic governor of Illinois turned anarchists ont of the state prison of that state and in view of these facts oar dem- ocratic friends shonld be dis* creet and honest enough to lay the blame where it belongs. The truth is, that the populists are the conservative element of our country. GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP. In Hungary, where the roads are owned by the state, you can ride six miles for 1 cent,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 May 1894

J. of all in Leavening Powei ._*=* Latest U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Announcement?* We are authorized to announce the following named gentlemen, subject to the action of the democratic party. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE, Judge J. E. Dillard. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. R. C. White. FOR COUNTY CLERK. J. W. Waddill. John A. Walden. FOR SHERIFF. J. I.. Moulden. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. LOCAL NEWS. Marshal Burks is on the sick list. J, Perry Burma was in Farm- ersville this week. Alma Wilson of Princeton was in the city last Friday. J. B. Willis of Wylie gave us a pleasant call last week. Mack Malone has a distillery in foil operation just east of McKinney, near the fair grounds. We notice that Panl Alexan- der Johnstone, the mind rtaler who was here last week was lined at Denison, charged with reckless driving. i S We are pleased to note that the First Baptist church, of this city, has established free reading rooms for the pnblic in its handsome meeting house. One day last week A. J. Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 17 May 1894

t orally feel that the law eapona. What is Castoria is I>r. Samu<rl Pitolicr's prescription Tor Infants and Children. It contains n< itlicr Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance, it is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, I>rops, Soothing Syrups, aud 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. "Cutoria is so vuil adapU*)] tochikltvn th&t , ' 1 rceommrait it w sup*-ri«* to any pi*«*"ri;>ii«« I f known to mr." H. a. Aw hsh, M. i>., Ill So. Oxfurd St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ('MiorU cures Colic, OMistifiaUoa, S.«r Stomach, Dtarrhtpa. Eructation, Kills W .rtM, <i es sfc**P, aa<I \ ru^iot«a d gesuon. Without injurious medication. "Tbeuiwuf Castoria' U so universal j its merits to well known that it st- r.i3 a w« k 1 "For p^vcrai ▼•■ars I have r conaaendet nf piprt-r.ynt j| n t.-. fnd isf st. 1 * are t ..<• juiir ' Ca^toi ia, * and ghali ul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 24 May 1894

* w. D. 0008T It & - 4 - ' BR ' I6UM MAIL % ■'X VOL. 10 M'KINNEY, TEXAS, T: trnm IDAY. MAY 24 1894 Bell Watch Case Co.- s the Best Geld Fllle* ICsses Main Office, Cwcisxati, Ohio, U. 8. A 16-SIZE H ROYAL. Wamited 10. 30 and 25 years. that yoorcase has trade mark 'hornet," "Royal" or "Bell" stamped in gold and yon are *afe on quality and guarantee We refer to any Commercial Agency as to the value of our guarantee. For sale by responsible and leading Jewelers. I>. GOOD1N. Agent, MoKinney, Tex, $15 Foi You $15. SPECIAL HOLIDAY RATES. Walden's Texas Business College Austin. Texas. I^TWrite to-day for Catalogue. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. breakfast-supper. epps's grateful-comforting. cocoa BOILING WATER Cfl MiLK. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Clssmi'i in! b^utirx* th. hair. PreitMitr, a Inurint growth. Itver Fails to B««torc Orif Bur to iti Youthful Color. ClTJ d * bair tm.Uac. S: CONSUMPTIVE k«r'a Oi **r T o:; i c.luum IV or i c.xgrh, Debility, In<J graLtrm Pais. Tah* in time. JUcte. weak Lii...

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