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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 August 1894

It/", i # . - ^ J F<-fv V--d ' - --• '1 it, - C-iia • M I • ' ■ yy- # [<*«; y*«j 4s£" ■<1TI< TT" VOL. II tt M'KINNEY, J. P. DOWELL 4 H C-*> f f«i<,*r ?♦> >4* * This door is not for thn purpose of protecting yoa ^ against candidates, for they will not be with yon long * 5 It is for the purpose of protecting you against tiies, moa-*j2 qui toes, etc. CUTLERY, TABLE AND POCKETi FROM CHEAPEST TO FINEST GRADE. Hardware and Mechanics tools from all | s W best known manufacturers. SUPERIOR COOK STOVES. | || Shelf Good?, all kiu ls, too iiiimerons to uifutior, Crock-^ | | B ery, Glassv.are, Dinner and Tea sets froi^the Potters of j4 England, France and Germany at Prices to Suit the Hard Times. 9 & 11 East Louisiana St., McKlXXEY, TEXAS. t \ *, -* V3 4 'l 111: Bell Watch Case Co. $15 For You.-$15. Make the He*t Oii'.d HIM Cases I SPECIAL holiday rates. tsiXl''*® ! Texan Business College Main Office. CfXcixs*Tt,Obio. I". s. A Austin, Texas, fc?' Write to-day for Cat...

Publication Title: Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 August 1894

■ J . •r-' W8S* ' " ~ ■ •' ' >r ' / ■ . /{: ' ■■■ ■. ■. Vs. '• vi i TWM GEL'S FORTUNE. . AN INTERESTING SKETCH. ts a is m Mlyilldnalats. THE DEMOCRAT. KDITXD AKD FCTBL18HKD If F.frTtMpua. THURSDAY. AUGUST 2, 18M of the n Willi Wmo DayGlobe to 01 its feet again. Its facilities have will •MTaav. fl^O ■fltHratli,. l.OO " 75 40 .9180410 1 year SOjOO _ moo Local actloee, 7 cent* per line for ^ tMvttoB. Obituaries of more 10 llaes will be charged for at ear i wtrVcts will be charged 9m la to the above. W. C. Taomox, Proprietor, McKlaaey, Tesoa ——■to— OUB STATE TICKET. Qoveraor—Judge T. L. Nugent, Fort Wosth. Lieut. Governor— Marl on Martin, AU'y. General—R. V. Bell. Cea^troUer—£. O. Meitxoa. Treasurer—Henry £. McCulloch ilssloner-S. C. Graaherry > Pub. Instruction—£ P Altbury Far Csaanm Dr. U. m. Browder. mm AUTHORIZED A0EHTH. LL Miller. Farmersville. M F Lair, Grayblll. J F Care, Molten. L Holt, J R Self, Merritt. 8. 8, STaorr, Verona. D. A. Raaeell, Little Elm. Texas. W. J. Norwoo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 August 1894

\ Powder ill Texas Ceiti^l Railway Tine Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrires 5:91 a. m. " •* ' 3 " 10:59 a. m. " *• « 1 " 8:15 p.m. " South 44 2 " 8:14 a.m. •• t *4 4 U U 44 44 (I 4:4!> p.m. 9:28 p. m. gheraii, Shreveport and Southern. West Bound arrive®. Passenger Arrive? 4:25 p. m. Accommodation Arrive* 10:.V> a. m East Bound Departs. Passenger Departs 1-:^' p. m. Aeeoouimodation 4:55 p. m. Peoples Party Met For Representative, J.T. BRANCH. JOHN DOYLE. Mrs. Helen Woods thrown from a wagon Sunday and sustained painful injurieq. Miss Bettie Parker is visit- ing the family of her brother. Ernest Parker, of Van Alstyne this week. J. P. Crouch bas his business house under repair. The ground flooring is being taken out this week. Ed Runnion is in the city. Ed will resume his position with the Van Alstyne News on September 1. The artesian well is being supplied with a pump. Work for artesian water flow has been abandoned. MisfsJoa Davis and Josie Talkie <j are visiting in 8herma''...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 2 August 1894

^ sV - - ■ --* r" ^•:.:->H;'^,rAV7'' V*£IS ^:- > -/' •. V* g5af§r^ , - •.-:--rj?£- aiP^N i&&4t £?- ?r • :. *: ","' f * t 1 *£ ■ CASIO RIA AT Which He to Dr. lamoel Pitcher's prescription for Tnfkite It eoststas neither Opium* Morphine nor Uftce. It is ft harmless substitute Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. Its gaarantee is thirty years' use by Castoria is the Children's Panacea Castoria. ftrao it mwuprhor tommy prencriptioo to ■*." H. A. AicHft, *. !>., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. * is ao unittnal and that it awron a work to endorse it. Few are the who do not kfep Cactona Cutoria cures CWfc, QcwuHfiiHiin. Sntr Stomach, lharrhtKV. Eructation, Rflls Worms, (fiwa rtetp, aad promotes d grlton, Y.'ithout injurious medication. , I>. I>-, New York City, "For lerml years 1 hav■> r^commeudec your 'CMtoria," and shall Always continue tc do was It iia* invariably jv<iduc**d N-neficial results." eowis F. pa>9E¥, 31. p., 125th Street and 7th Ave., K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 August 1894

&• > « ivj> Cj.-nar of Squ.iro will You from 25 to 50 per cent on ClotKioff, IiootM, Shoes and Hata andGents Son riV aad Tie- Sava' ilotfil miTD 1 XlJJi fesr; fc -c. iiM r-V. <? wmm.. OCRAT A few silk BAR CNTCRCDATTHCI ionoclass mail hattkii m pr* ' ■ VOL. 11 M'KINNEY. ), T id ay. aug ust 9.1894. J. P. DO WELL! Aldredge in the Soup. ns 4 v. * f er for getting this money over the sea. 5. Agents of bankers com- mission on th:s tide to handle the silver and make the ex SOME OF THE FALLACIES OF 0L0 change. PARTY STUMPERS EXPOSED. 6. The United States mints only receive pure silver bullion; each foreign coin would have Jjiiies 0. Simpson Handles George to be melted, the alloy extract- ed, and pur?? silver bars be ten- d red Lb mint. The <o-st ^t tending this would be enor- mous. 7. Then tbe United States ex- / Idretige's Recent Speech With- out Glovss and Leaves the Judge Stranded. acts 10 per cent ui>on all silver I am not prepared to as-1for coi"a^>10 P"r tent ^oe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 August 1894

?*$5 f 4 ■alia- " *^t^.yer \ 1U1MWESUKI How it HiDMncd. Baku vm In Uy preparing for Ike state democratic oobvoq- doa. He ordered a barrel of lee water for the platform com- mittee's nee. ■ The Cleveland democrats of Dallas held an indignation meeting at Dallas to protest against a free coinage resolu- tion passed ia th« oongreesion al convention at Corsicana. KILLED BY A BOY. A HAS STAB ED TO DEATH BY A BOY WHOM HE TEASED. MUM Of «p 1 vm JnM t* 1 mMn't iw ff ft few wtlk- lan ui mtfic; but, ttwk toonty by aa Hon. C. H. Jenkins of Brown wood, a leading lawyer at the bar in went Texas, and a na- tive born Texan of rare ability, la the populist oandidate for i in the Fort Worth district. Gxn. J. B. Wxatxs, who is a populist nominee for congress In Iowa, was nominated by the democrats of the same district a few days ago. How does this set with the fellows who so vehemently misrepresented Weaver in the last campaign. The Grayson couty republi- put ont a full county tick THE DEMOCRAT. EDIT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 August 1894

^I^^Gor'tXcpaitl Baking HlMer ABMWTBIY PURE lid Texas Central Railway Time Table. Going North, No. 13 Arrive* 5:21 a. m. **■ 3 " 10:59 a. m. M 44 •• •« South at 44 44 44 44 44 1 2 4 14 46 46 44 44 8:15 p. m. 8:14 a. m. 4:49 p. in. 9:28 p. m. Sherman, Shreveport and Southern. West Hound arrive*. Pataenger Arrives p. m. Accommodation Arrive* H>:V) a. m East Bound Departs. Passenger Departs 12:Oy p. in. Accoommodation 4:.w> p. in. Peoples Party Ticket For Representative, .1. T. BKAXCll. JOHN DOYLE. For Countv Judge. * L. I,. MILLER. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Cravens happened to quite a serious ac cident Wednesday evening. Returning from a drive about sun down the team became frightened and ran away with the buggy, throwing both of them out and breaking Mrs. Craven's ankle and bruising Mr. Craven up considerably. However they are getting along nicely as we go to press—Fai- mersville finals. Scrofula, humors and all dis- eases caused or promoted by impure blood or low state of the system,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 9 August 1894

-■:or2: - «:- ■ pres 3pt^ What is ASTORIA is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants "v Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Karcotic 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 Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. MET Al AWFUL DEATH. THE YOUfftt DAUGHTER OF SECTION FOIEliX PRICE MANGLED BY CARS. Denton, Tex., Aog., 4.—A sad tale with a terrible and tragic ending comes from At- gyle, a small station on the railroad between here and Fort Worth . Kind-hearted parents of a young lady in the blossom of womanhood to night mourn her horrible death. This morn ing early a freight train of the Missouri, Kansas & Texas, with Jones conductor, and Flood en- gineer, pulled in from the well adapted to children that it an nupeiior to any | rvwri| tk>ij " H. A. AROfKK, M. P., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. Y. of '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 August 1894

4 Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.S. Gov't Report Powder THE DEMOCRATIC CONVEXTMNI. | exp^iy delegated to it, ar« • reserved to the states and the people. Each govern me at, federal and state, ia 8 a pre rue within its respective sphere, is entitled to the NOMINATIONS.- PLATFORM* The democratic state conven- tion which was held in Dallas last week nominated the foN and* each loyal support uf every citizen. We deprecate nil a***®14® on either goveintr.eii' while act ing within the scope if its con- stitutional authority, and hold it to be the duty of every citi- zen to sustain both govern- ments alike in the exercise of all their respective coristhn tional functions, executive, leg 10. We hold the theory that government was instituted for the protection of life, liberty and property, and that it fails in its purpose when it denies that protection to any citizen or class of citizens. We view with grave apprehension the growing tendency to set at de- fiance the laws devised...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 August 1894

i a V ~ 4 • P •<- ' . >' S*k - - " - ., 1 Thank yon, populists are not "-hankering" after crow. Tue Clark democratic plat- form repudiates Hogg's famous slates rights speech. Wonder if Governor Hogg thinks that Clark is embarass- d with a confederate record? SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. One of His Experiences. jr thirty-eight years Capt. Load followed am^ mow* of that timtt a master of a ves- Paktiks, like individuals, are guilty of the sins of omis- sion* as weli as commissions. The boys in the trenches get very little consideration at the hands of a democratic admin- ministration. .J The people are now com-1 Paso nearly two years ago pelled to fight their own repre- sentatives in congress. A report of another Moody battle between the Japs and the Chinese has just reached us. The report is to the effect that the Japs were victorious though it has been contradicted. ,, to superint«— which position he held five years, life relates one eroerleiM as follows: ••For neTsral years I ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 August 1894

To The People Of Texw. Pablio Speaking. An its it-am supper will be givea at R *ck Hill Friday night for the benefit of the school. imp. Pretty Cheap, And In Big Quantities. They are coming by freight, ex- press, and mail. Gome and see their beauty and style. Wonder at their cheapness and buy a new dress for the Reunion. Our CLOTHING and - - SHOE STOCK Will be kept up to the full standard. Miss Fulenwider will preside over our Millinery Department And as for Dress Goods, all we ask is Come and See. Respectfully, A cup of Parks' Tea at night mores the bowels is the moral og without ra'n cr discomfort- The members of tbe Sapho nian society liad a veiy pleas ant eocial meeting at the Col lege home on the evening of the 21st. We sell Blanke & Bros, fine candies. See us for any thing in the fancy line. Berky & McDowell. While Cliina and Japan are ^ficrapping" Tommy Jones it* knocking worthless goods and high prices out cf the grocery market. § ^ ^ S The Aldwraon-Terrell debate is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 23 August 1894

**■ A- ? • •• - ■ -. • ■ ■ - - ■ ■ • • ?-«-- v : rv 5|*^r 'P*; P *••*, &k S5: SaSHs - m - 43SC , •, .. - ■ i What is NpM Pwrty Texas 18N. Castoria is Dr. Saniucl Pltchcr'a prescription for In£cuits and CI:ilur<!i!. It contains iu itlicr Oyium, 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. "Castoria isao wrll atlaj>t«l to chiklret! that 1 rwomiiMtd it as superior to any prvserijrtkm known to me." H. A. Across. M. P., Ill So. <>xfonl St., Bnwklvn, N. Y. ** The lis.1 of 'Ci'toru' U > universal and it* merits well knawa thiit it Rims a work of «npereroftatii.n t<> endorse it. F«*w arc tl:o inleCigwt families rr!io do n« t k -*j> Castori.i within «uy prat h." C'AAixie 3IASTTN, 1>. P., New York City. Cafttnria curw OnUc, Constipation,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 August 1894

ps^ssir*.-* - C feMll r Is the time to get your Boys Suits waists at Co3t until Sept. 1. > .%■ ciTnUR rm IA A* i — North Wftflt Corner of Square. \ ' i ■ * ; ,- a t. ■ . ■■£■•- ■ *# "' i .* «•. -- - -* f< - • J-' -V 1 !>•'• .-'W? 5 ^ • ' 7- 1 (NTCRtBATTHK MITOWIC1 J f C 4 .. _ •**-, ■ . - K VOL. 11 P. DOWELL 4 I M'KINNEY. TEXAS, TH Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't J&eport fonder ABSOLUTELY PURE 3P — io: 18! ►L FUND — DEFICIT. m^n ears Asa the flrirral Fast Is Treasury Cash was Over MILLION DOLLARS* j again. lie took up the Wilson bill and crMoiaed It severely, and then derided the demo- Thc Signal Onn t?t' the Popujiat orats for having to adopt Reed's rules ; criticised Oleve 1 ;nd for sending troops to Chi cago in about the same style as 6RAND Y EW'S BiG DAY. Campaign Fired Amid Enthusiastic Cheers. THE BLIND MOT OIUTOIl. Sheila the White Houae and the Democratic Camp toTTe*** others have here, and scored the Culberson family aa being officeholders...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 August 1894

.. ' - ■ ' - PS tl&ai W m I A h $ •* ':■ - . * - : •• £ • f *£Z£r% m S£ '*-**!£ /: ' ' ' I I DIDN'T SICXT XT! Great stress brought to bear from prominent senators to sign, but NO! Great anxiety! What they should say to their constituency. It goes all. the same. Grover now at Buzzard's Bay, Laffin, And the sen- ators crien at home, begging forgiveness, while ALBWiN HarpVi Grz tteer, puW'shed in 1855 * nd c«#mp 1 'd fr< m the census uf 1850 The pcptJa ion of [Yx:* in 185'.) -vas 212. 592, and oni v 78 c urr it* s i r gan z -*d. The first rai i way wa in course c.f cf-nstructi*'*!' Jan 1 1854; length 72 miles. K. K Kfcttit. An Interesting Trip. SAILED THE SEAS 38 YEARS. A merry party, composed cf Misses May, Fannie and Eva Bagley, Mr. Martin Geriish, Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Smith, left McKinney Tuesday in ru i ing at 4 o'clock, euroute («> PAINLESS Dental 1 ParlorslODOB)^D Crown and Bridge Work, Gold, Alloy FiHings a Specialty. Teeth fillet] without pain. Teeth positively extra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 August 1894

• ; • m v-' .vx? i4 Teiai CwtoU Railway Tbne Table. Ooinff North. No. 13 Arrives 5:21 a. m. .4 " **3 •* 10:59 a. m. 44 8:15 p. m. 44 8:14 a. m. 44 4:49 p.m. 9:28 p. m. Dowell will tend the coming oellege located at that place. Last evening Mr. C. Vincent , spoke to a good-sized aadience J****'/0 Iat the court-house. He filled ton of im remaie i g|aiIlp j^hby's appointment, who was absent on account of 44 44 44 South •4 44 44 1 " 2 44 4 44 14 Little Agnes Moore of the Indian Terr!- sickness. Mr. Vincent deliv- tory, who has been visiting Miss Net tie I ered an excellent populist Barnes for some time, left Sunday even- speech, which was highly ap- ing for Garland, Texas, where she will I preciated. He bad announced attend school the coming session. that he wonjd ]ectnM io th(, Among those from McKinaey attend- court-house at night, supple ing the grand ball at Greenville Tues- J mented by illustrations, aided day evening were: Misses Krnie Stiff, I by a magic lantern. Judge Ab Bessie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 30 August 1894

- r. ¥:r;'•"TPliv r-rv ■ _ - - -•; . -- _ . i<i*tsn hat is ?9*3gfHpO la Dr. SmkI Pitchcr's prescription for Infants I Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor yarretie rabstnncc. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, 8oothin? Syrups, and Castor Oi!. It la Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by of Mothers. Castor:a Is the Children's Panacca Friend. Castoria. IVrplc'a Tarry Texas Plat! tnd #fu b n* i '1 be Hdntia:*" red l*i a u. L • ^a< -sapwss&c Tf!£ R CRD 15 f h AC ). v.. li m j'.y iidur>-«the iai«e*s ><> *H panie*. U. i.iu ch.le* M.uucwted in the SO we«Uiunat? th*t lihe«i te>' !S*S u,., a „ p-,«tV f*vv p'a form adoi« r-'" '';- etAM-in "< «">..da j B'jI nSlMtg; Wll' Bd 0 3 13 ed a. Onahi J i'v -1 1893 * I1 4"r "V"*™" t:!8 M32n!l!30. * nana, fi i * i, lOtw. ! discrimination t't color [ 2. W> drc'ate tie peoples 07. w.. .fav-r propor-jonid: w.^hit„rt„n. An-, 24 patty *0 ]be :#fi jjMi-uoimpoli repre? TUiaio: p;:r:y and r?l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 September 1894

>? and waists at Cost until Sept 1 BARGAIN 8TOR1 Worth West Corner of Square. ■ : v;,< ■■■ML - ' ;■■■ ■PHwi; v 3 IMUtl MAIL IATTIR VOL. 11 P. DOWELL 4 I M'KINNEY. TEXAS, Highest of all is Leavening Power—Latest U.S. Gov't Report ■ MIME 'AY. SEPTEMBER 6.1894. * * THE WHISKY TRUST. THE DEMOCRATIC TARIFF BILL ERMCRES IT S7S4NMMIOO. BOUT 900,000,009. A Campaign Fund of $500,000 That Was a Great Investment. —Democratic Legislation. This door is not for the purpose of protecting yon g § against candidates, for they will not be with yon long It is for the purpose of protecting yon against flies, mos- quitoes, etc. The Populist Outlook Ft Democratic Point Of View. M The populists of tha (III.) oongiessional d i s t r made a ton strike by no log John Z. White for He is aa advanced when elected, a* be *TJJJ will tak a leading place among the independent element in the honse of representatives. It is entirely probable that the third party representatives in the next coDgress will Lave su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 September 1894

* -4 *1 i EMdtal Fmos! . t Control the Organs of the Body. k U-U The electrical force of the hums tody, as the Deive fluid may be termed. U an e*p- Clally attractive department of scleocc, it exerts so marked a« Influence on the hen'rh of the orttarw of the body. Herro for; e I. produced by the brain and lonteyfil fcj mean* of tho nerves to the various cr.'ans •••' the 1**1 jr. tbu->u«iplying the latter wU.: tt.a vitality «*Wiry lo In- sure their h> a!lti. Tb* pnfiitwisu*trii' nt-rre. w *hu* u her*;, may s • id to t>- ihi- mi>it iiu;nft inl oCUivciiUrti Btrv# u ;ii. as it !tu|tpli>H (he ticuri. lua^ Btotaaeh, i boirt-U. et*'.. wish Um) ihtvc tort' necessary i« keep them active nnd he:\ithy. As will tw> seen by ilie ret the Ions? nerve descending from the ba«e of the brain and terminating fn thi Urn- eh is the pnetini .'nitric, i while the numerous lit-J tie l ran.-h *s -upuly thel heart. Iunz* and *toin-l n>*h with >i ''>Nsnry vl-1 Y?ltty. \Vi «*a the nnUi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 September 1894

ew. «stefc*gw Hon. J. A. Events coonien inri is all wieathed in smilei, dne to the recent arrival of a bouncing baby giil at his home. Mi! Fl Omit Great Oltti! Capt. 8' dney Sa itli and Mr. Godbold, prominent citizens of Dallas, were In onr city this week. Has iust received a very large stock of New Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Hats. Remember: We opened a New Store here last Sprint and every dollar's worth of Fall and Winter Goods That you buy from us is fresh and new. Since the New Tariff Law has 'passed you can buy New Goods much cheaper than old goods that were carried over from last Fall. Ail See Us. Notice. McK'mey, Tex., Sept. 3, *94. The partnership heretofore existing between M. H. Byrne and G. W. Henson in the Ab- stract, Real Estate and Loan business is this day dissolved. M. H. Byrne will still continue the Abstract, R«al Estate and Loan business at the old stand, and will be pleased for his friends and the public requir ing any business in his line to call around and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 6 September 1894

- ■ ipp^l ■W.y *..-J What is CASTOR IA Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Inlknts Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute Ibr 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 Panaeea Mother's Friend. I Castoria. Castoria. well adapted to children that it as wiper* >r to any prescription to me. " H. A. Avm M. P., 111 80. Oxford St., Brooklyn. N. Y. ie of 'CMoria' is universal and ao well known that it ■wma a work to endorse it. Few are the families* who do not keep Ca toria MoT reach." Carlos Mums, I). P., New York City. Cantoria cures Oottc, Constipation, Sour Stomach, IharrhcBa, Eructation, Kills Worms, gi*m sleep, and promotes di gvstion. Without injurious medication. "For several years I hare recommended your 'Castoria,* and shall always continue to do *> as it had invariably produced beneficial results." „ _...

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