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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 October 1894

J A*y )AY. OCT. 11. 18W «!.«© 1.00 7A iO Itntefl, *1.00 per lies foi The "Hoss" has started and he must and -will co. An Immense S f.C. , Proprietor, MaltoMT. Tem Oct. 17. Ms Hiity clerk, vote for E. i ton District clerk, vote for 1*ob county treasurer, rote r W. W. Chapman. Vm county assessor, vote county aw § Ms T. Bowen rotfeoutj servej or, vote for 0. W. Hoyee. Fox representatives vote for J. T. Branch and John Doyle. Fs« connty Judge vote for 1kad.li. L. Mller, of Farmers Yen for Judge T. L Nugent nor, the gentleman, and patriot without candi- candidates without in the condition of <M 0D Fair and Exposition commences and closes Nov. 4 inclu attractions will un- eclipse all former 'A large attendance is "muscular, heavy- ' manipulator of the of the McKinney Ga is getting 4-funny" indeed. Ottlt in noted for "picking up" tvery thing but*the truth. He is in of political coneis- Watch him! Of Clothing turned loose on the Market at the Most Marvelous Prices ever known in McKinney....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 October 1894

r : •- 4s v.. bought amount LOW their value and at a time when the Market was in a very doubtful sta' large quantities and find we are confronted foresee—5 cent cotton. After carefully begin THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ! Of Three Leading Items that will be a saving to you from 36c to 60c on every dollar. These are the items: tf\f\ Dress Patterns, all wool Roods, with all the linings and one I I^C Real handsome Dress Patterns, with all lyJKJ yard of silk velvet to match at $4.50, worth $760 to $9.00. I yard of silk velvet to matoh ateo.76, worth 255 Ladies' Jackets at Worth 13.26, $5.00 to $7.00. ies' Jackets at orth and one to$l&60- . 91.86, $4.00 to $4.50. 475 MEN'S SUITS AT $7.45, WORTH $12.50 TO $15.00 f v ' f r -w ■ ' ' V*. WORTH $16 to $20. Tou cannot afford to let this array of Bargains pass. You must feel interested. Pocket-book. Don't let your neighbor beat you, but Come and see for yourself. GRANDEST CHANCE you have ever had to If you miss this sale it will be a detriment...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 11 October 1894

plfe w Dr. taocl ritcber** proscription for bftate It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor BnMnnce. It to n harmless substitute Jfcr Pangoric, Drops* Soothing Syrnps, and Castor OIL to Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Oastoria. Castoria. *aai • ■ml** H. A. Awcwmm, M. D., Ill Sow Oxford St., Brooklyn, 5. Y. wmot 'CWtoria' Is ao wefl known that it to endorse it. Few are the who do not keep (Mnrh % f'«nn. Mum, D. D., New York Ctty. and M. D-, Omtait, 97 Xouut Hnr Yc ALLIANCE DIRECTORY. Coon Alliaxcb. ,t, M. N. dtarap, Verona, Secretary. Mlu Sallie Stroup, Verons Rowlett. Oct, 17,18&4, Sub-Alliances. Bethany Alliance meets Firat and Third Saturday nights in each month. President, 8 M. Hart. Secretary, Mrs. £. C Forbes. Josephine meets Saturday night be- fore Sod and 4th Sunday in each month. b. F. Ivy, Pres.. Josephine, Tex. C, C. casusus, Josephine, Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday night before the First and Third Sun- days in each month. J. w. Yockgss, Pres. J. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 October 1894

b tit ___ „ M'KINNEY, TEXAS, Y. OCTOBER 18. 1894. ■— — ___ U. F. DO WELL. BE TMr Caspig* Uan ia Orte to Bltsirt a Man's Character, WmU Iritg Rtprim!) Upti Km Gtarck. Tke Brewer Slanderer* Tried Do w Ami Prowl Litre. Tbere are a few wild eyed Bailey democrats oyer at La- donia, who began sometime b ick to quietly circulate very slanderous H*?s about Bro. Browder. The whole plot was Mag ntaaufactured to explode j. «oPY/RJ£NV Oi Tke Sfel m *4i 5x5 as & m .8-4 ;sOi'£$.I Is always welcome; and without any doubt the people of McKinney have never seen a more brilliant.... EXHIBITION OF LAMPS Than we are now making. Here is plenty of light for all subjects, for the entire public of this town, and light, too of unsurpassed brilliancy. The best lamps for each and every sort of u*e, that are now manufactured on this side of the Atlantic, are shown in cur very . . . COMPLETE STOCK Selected with a view to quality and cheapness. Our Price-List shines with temptation, which buyers would wrong ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 October 1894

■sims SxMi JUtss: • •#•••••• • « Sl.ftO I.OO 75 vO AdTertixiu^r 15 n tow. OncaluuljMr Bttfootauul JMT..., * .U0 12.00 Local sctiMi, 7 recta per line foi OMtuariea of more than 10 lines will be charged for it oar ▲11 will be charged for In to she above. F. C. Thoktsox, Proprietor, McK Inner, Texei To Of over Cleveland: Texas repudiates silver and stands by you.-George =aaaa™™ ^ Voters, will you support a party whose leaders acknowl- edge thai their platform is cap able of being construed in many different ways? Bailey said in his Sherman speech that he did not know how to take Browder. We are not surprised at such a state- ment. The populist party is the party of tne future. Like all great parties it may suffer de- feat in its infancy, yet the cam paign of education will go on unrelenting. If Culberson is right, then the silver plank in the demo- cratic platform is merely a use- less farce.—Dallas News. The Van Alstyne Leader says that Culberson's speech has a democratic ring. Yes, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 October 1894

'fa* M a No. II *• s a. 44 1 mtk " s u u 4 M M 14 ArrivM 5:J1«. m. " 10:58 . m. M 8:1ft p.m. " 8:14 ft. m. " 4:4ft p. nt. «* *38 p.m. Wect Bound arrives. Airim 4:9ft p. ■ modfttlon Arrive* 10:50 ft. I East Bound Departs. Departs.... 12:00 p. tn. i......... p. mt LOCAL NEWS. A. T. Wilson visited rela- tives id the country Sunday. Sam Wvicii sad Jim Forbes were "visiting" in Piano Suu- dny. Bill Bomar, of Viot-y Grove, hfti been quite sick for tbe pest few days. Af and bo Jndge, took pan la tke voting. Qoite a little wrangle was brought oa by the iatrodaetloa of a reeolntiotf endorsng Dad- ley and Culberson's construc- tion of the financial part of the state platform, but the resolu Uon went through with a whoop by a vote of about six to three and thus flashed forth to the world that the fortune of grand old Collin democracy was cast with the free silverites; and Charley Culberson was over whelmingly (f) vindicated. Re- ports from over the country were to the effect that populism was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 18 October 1894

I 1^3 wjjf£ . 1 i3 D?*. S" Ckiidrcn. Ii other Kmc >'i3 : for Parego: ie? 13 It li Plear^ni. iuf'I ntol cr'i prescription for Infants contains xv iilier Opium, Morphine nor v/jstancc# It U a harmless substitute ic;js, &oot!tin? Syrups, and Castor Oil. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by . - „ Millions of ;iothers. C -^the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "ClM<aH pgn weal adapted to children that I neommi'iid it m superior to any prescrijrtioa known to me."' If. A. Aacvca, 31. l>.. Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, K. Y. ,ioria is the Children's Panacea ••The us* of 'Castoria' is so universal and its merits so weSl known that it memm a wort of aspcratf^ •t> endorse if. Few ore the i family's who do lv* keep CMMa ieo?y n*a< h." Cxszxsa BLunro, D. P., New York City. Castoria. Cutorl* cures OoUc, OBoatipation, Soar Stomach. DMMIt, Eructation, Kills Worms, g re« sleep, and promotes d gestion. Without injurious medication. **T\ r seveml years I hare rvo^i mendec ymr 'Castoria.' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 October 1894

• • • IOORAT v. * ••. / i ■. w> i m 1 " •' - li * t- - . ■ - HSF . fH- ■ ___ J. P. DO WELL. *-¥ Is always welcome; and without any doubt the people of McKinney have never seen a more brilliant.... EXHIBITION OF LAMPS Than we are now making. Here ;*s plenty of light for all subjects, for the entire public of (bis town, and light, too of unsurpassed brilliancy. Th beat lamps for each and every sort of n e, that are now manufactured on this side of the Atlantic, are shown in <mr very ... COIHPLE7i'E; STOCK Selected with a view to quail ty and cheapness. Our Price-List shines with temp«atio n, which buyers would wrong themselves to overlook. * The very best ideas in Portable, Hanging and Sratioaa ry Lamps now known are here at such figuree as a a a a s 9 & 11 East Louisiana ft., McKlNNEY, TEXAS. Featherbonb Corset* and Waists: n Dmi WStew say: «Tber an the best fitting jwiet the market/' Merch Mt* cheerfully refund the noaef a week's 2i'L*:£r"T- fbatherbone comer oq,v ■UNliC k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 October 1894

k: ' H Ml 4 Have now^ Because ordi a ti -wm L r a ^ 3ai ■■ T" , ' ' ' £ "*• ■ -' .. A' \ k| I A £ ^ W,~- < ♦ By January 1st the Entire Stock MUST BE CLOSED OUT. %is is no fake. Expenses of business are too great *nt basis for cotton. This is not an old broken stock of goods, tint has been on hand seven or eight vears. but., sell ••• $50,000 Worth of We have made arrangements to quit the business January 1st,, and onr stock must go. If yon want This means every line. Respectfully. Clean. Fresh Goods i ^ ji t I) Ej <So THE DEMOCRAT. F. C. Thompson, EDITOK AM) PROPEIBTOR. Walter B. Wilson, LOCAL *riTOK. THURSDAY. OCT. 25, 1894 Nugent in an interview pub 1 lished in Sunday's News takes the political scalp of Culber- son. Culberson when he at- tempted to criticise the past record of Judge Nugent tac- kled an intellectual buzz saw. SUSSCBXmOH tU' One Y Big tit Months,. Bil Months, — •• $1.50 l.OO 75 4© Oar Advortiiiing Iiates. One oolomn 1 year $130.00 Half column 1 year *>.00 1-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 October 1894

m y.:3- •: : ,mm WT^ ; V": u J 5:11 ft.®. 10:59 a. m. 8:15 p. m. 8:14 a. m. 4:49 p.m. 9:38 p. m. 4.35 p* B* Arrives 10:50 a. au Bound Departs. 12:09 p. m. •. ...... p• m« ^ LOCAL NEWS. Ob to Ball* City. ■ i ■ 1 m e m Miss Eula PienuBOQB, of Pla lo, spent Sunday with her par •Ota In this city. Otto Hedgecoxe and Thurs- vtoa Jones went to the fair Tues Editor Berkshire of the Ne- vada Newsletter came np to She circus Monday. R. O. Johnson was elected city recorder by the council to succeed Z. M. Shirley. Hotel*, Restaurants Lunch stands and wagon yard8, did a land office busness, show day. Miss Allie"McDuffie, of Sher- man, is spending the week with relatives in this city. Jack Johnson and family, of Fannin connty, are visiting the family of W. E. Roberts, of Boisd'Arc. m o-^o Dr. A. J. Caldwell spent a pleasant day visiting the fami- ly of Br. Kerr in Corsicana, Sunday. Tom Perkins, of the Wylie Bustler, was in the Metropolis of Collin county last Monday to attend the circus. Ed H. K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 25 October 1894

wF it It is a It Is Its guarantee Is thirty years' of Mothers. Castoria Is the Children's OIL by Castoria. Castoria. Ill So. L D-, Brooklyn, 5. T. t* fa ao mnrattetttsKiusivoric to endorse it. Fnrarethc who do not keep Castoria Ciaua Xitm, D. D- New York City. lOottc. Kills Worms, gives sleep, and "For esswel ymra I haw yotir 'CMofk,' Mi shall always cmtinoe to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results.** Edvii F. Pauie, M. D., ISOi Street and Tth Ave., Net/ York Gfty. Tn CasTAca Compact, 77 Mduat Smnrr, New Toss Crrr ALLIANCE 1UECT0IT. Conmr Alliance. President, M. N. Stroup, Verona. Secretary, Mln Sallie Stroup, Verona Texas. Hewlett. Oct, 17,1801. Srn-Ai-Laaifcw. Bethany Alliance meets First end Third Saturday nights in each month. President, S M. Hart. Secretary, Mrs. £. C Forbes. Josephine meets Sstarday night be- fore ted and 4th Sunday in each month. B. F. Ivy, Pres., Josephine, Tex. C, C. Casuals* Josephine, Tex. Nevada Alliance meets Saturday sight tefore the F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 November 1894

■ ■. ■ . Rl y|^*. lc4 : 5/5 i - j .s<«. ♦ 4£ — — ? 2 /• RKMW ■ M'KINNEY, s Tvt3 ■■" "i ■ ■ —— •\ - m * . 1. 4. m tj — ' i m h#*- Also fall line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas. • •. Mohawk and Superior. Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' Tools, also ! Fine line oi Queensware, China, i Consisting of Dinner and i Tea Sets ... HOLIDAY GOODS! Statuary, Cups, mu^h, silver Plated Ware,anil otl*er goods too tedious to mention, all at the Lowcnt Prices that ean t e sold. We do not advertise One Dallar's Worth of Goods For Fifty Cents. We Could*but don't Have to j. p dowell. 9 & 11 East Louisiana St f McKINNEY, TEXAS. Featherbone Corsets and Waists. Correct Stapes. trade-mark registered. say: "They are the bat fitting corset on the market.*' Merchant* cheerfully re fond the money after 4 week's trial if not satisfactory. Call for them at the stores. KALAMAZOO. MIGHIQAN. FOR SALE BY" . < CLOTHING. DRY GOODS, SHOES, 4c. M.KINNEY, - - - - TEXAS Dt. BURTON. Rooms...

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

gnEPff * m* t0 ~ i1 <m'V A ty F. C.Thompson, editor asp i kwhioi. Wallop B. Wilson, LOCAL BD2TOB. THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1894 SOBscminiON fU On© Tear, $1,50 tit • .......... 1,00 gix Mertths, phreo •• 40 surplus of $2,000,000 m fter treasury. Now at the close of Got. Hogg's term of office there is a deficit of over $1,000,000. Culberson endorses Hogg's ad no ministration. Are joa going to endorse Calberson next Tuesday ! Our AtlrortlMlnu Rat One eolnmn 1 year $130.00 Half column 1 yer.r 80.00 1-incb single column 13.00 Local notices, 7 cents per line ft>i •sell insertion. OfeUnarlen of more than 10 lines will be charged for at our osti&l rate*. All contracts will be charged for In proportion to the above. Address* F. C. TuoMraox, Proprietor, McK inner, Texe« Examine the hooks, Bailey says the Wilson bill did'nt reduce the huty on any thing or.ly ihe necessaries of life, the Wilson bill rednces the duty on brandy from $2:50 to SO cents therefore brandy ac cording to Bailey's log...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 November 1894

M M U II t " 1 ♦ 9 " 4 " 14 • M 5:11 a. ■ 10:59 a. B3 8:15 p.m 8:14 a. u 4:4ft p. a. 9:98 p. d AlXiTMto*. •••••• 4.2G p< Afrim.... 10:50 a. m lut Bound Departs. Departs 12KW p. m. 4:53 p. m. I LOCAL NEWS. On to Balls City. HUMBUG VOU ' Gins * COTTON ■IS HUUXGUB.—■cKlancj' <r, Oct. 17, UN. IF YOU WANT TO DO ANY TRADING WHEN YOU ARE IN M'KINNEY, GO WHERE YOU CAN GET NICE, NEW GOODS. THE- P. H. Bateman, of Meiiss*, In the city Monday. Vote for Branch tod Ifoyl* to represent you in the 24th legislature. fiila Singleton, of Jef- ferson, is visiting the family ol Joe Cline, in this city. Mrs. J. M. Hoi id an, of Pitts "barg, Tex., is visiting the fain ily of J. C. Wylie in this city W. T. Hale is a deserving young man. He will make splendid sheriff if elected Rey. Morris preached an elo- quent sermon at the Methodist •church Sunday, to a large congregation. Mrs. W. J. Stokes was reliev ed of about $12:50 in money b} a pickpocket at the fair Satur- day. _ Misses Mattie McKinney and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 1 November 1894

I . - is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Tiftmis asi Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor iHMr Karcotic substance. It Is a 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 Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. in no well adapted toehadrathni It aa superior to any prescription tome." H. A. Amu, M. D„ 111 S^X Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. T. I' is so mliuil and t it aeemn a work i to endorse it. Tew are the 1 families vrho do not keep Castoria Carlo* Masttk. D. D., New York City. htm Colic, Soer Stomach, Diarrhoeo, Eructation, KiDa Worms, gives atoep, and Without injurious medication. "For several years I hare recommeadet jour 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to do so as It has invariably produced beneficial results." F.dwik F. Pusbs, X. I>., 13Uh Street and 7th Ave., New York Cttj. Tn Cimca Ooarm, 77 Xnuut r, Niv Yoar Cut ALLIANCE DIRECTO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 November 1894

'••• •-/' • • nsm, '35 a VOL. 11 a - i ' - F - * s* ■ V j s o pkXICH^ Hi Win Ml ti detain if BH- ■##^is «f ratm the nw ufe. —i • * St. P«t«i burg, Not. 1.—The togtl of Ifith, in the tbtdow of whose pinions tlio autocrat hot beea fy* mN| L Also fall line of Heating Stoves, and the finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas Mohawk and Superior. Hardware, Axes. Mechanics' Tools, also Fine line ot Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. ■ HOLIDAY GOODS! Statuary, Cup«, Mugs, Silver Plated Ware, and other fg-ooda* too tedious t'O mention, all at the Lowest Pricon that can t>e •old. We do not advertise One Dollar's Worth of Goods 'or Ftny Centii We Could-but don*t hare to I Buffalo, B. f; Without knows Wm. Gtpp shot d-ath and fatally father at their b< to day. * > & 8/ It ■ - 1 S>- •• m yk Ww ■ £& a1- a flem Boston, Unas., or J. Cohn, a t loss of 18,900 swindler. Cohn m ypvmtifli mines, whera tbo swindler said be bad served sixteen years. Tbe dost proved to he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 November 1894

• i \ r ■ mSSm m ninth. GHlkuo: - W -P ■ ■ i = THURSDAY. NOV. 8, 1804 t ftoiitlitt* • •••••••••• l.OO ■ 75 • 40 •*•>••••*•< Om column 1 year $190X0 BaUwlnao I year W-00 1-lnch itafle column 13X0 Local notices. 7 cents per line far iMh Insertion. OMtntrlei of more then to lines will be charged for at oar All eootnets will he charged for In pceportlon to the above. I. C. Thompson, Proprietor, McK Inner, Texee D. B. HILL CH.4BLWX09, W. Vs., that John Baling, t -—-■•a—- 1 apali two congressional it andoo re w probsbiy and the HepS bliean on joint ballot,; Kansas City, Nov. At midnight JSSj . the Republicans and Democrats have I ... T11 iri,tTl- -r. - tonally frir groan Is lor the c^'in* of c*a congress, w elected over Sfictory. Betmrn .« "ta from . ttttle ■ « •«• Th" D rooef.rtc crer half th. precint. uaJ the vote ia r*- eommitwe doa not yet concede Holin*'. mark.blj cloee. In the Fifth confro* elcctio®. ^ eionaT district Jobn C. Tarsney, Demo- - - GEORGIA. orat is probably electe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 November 1894

North, No. 13 Arrifei 5:11 a. m. • a - HkWa.ni. " 1 " 8:15 p. a •* S 44 8:14 a m. •* 4 " 4:49 p.m. • «* 14 * MB p. n West Bound irrlf*. ArritaiL. 4:25 9. m. modatlon Arrira 10:50 a. n* Salt Bound Departs. Departs 12:09 p. m. modatlon 4:55 p. m. Ob lo Balls City. Mist Bessie Wool fold, of Al lea, was In M«-Kinney Tuesday Dick Col!luci, aluriu-rni z n of Collin, w«s in McKiuury Monday. m m m Mrs. J. tt. Walton, Misses Harris and Foote vim ted in Dillss last Friday. M. B. Rexr dw will e«-ll yon Ike Imperial Bicycle, th* !. •* in the market. He also i* ll> the Eclipse wbich is a g« od rnnner. Terms easy. Dis oonnt for cash. John Fifl is a prominent citi t«D of Dallas and brother of Jim Fields, was io McK.toa**> Tuesday. New York hasn't a cheaper grocery man than Tommy Jones. ~N41 Several scrape oc«*urr «d on onr streets the night before tli - election, a coapl* of gen'lem^n getting cnt slightly, bat al day Tueeday the best of orde? prevailed. K-ep your blood pure ar « healthy and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 8 November 1894

1 m si I * * £a*L Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher*® prescription for Injfants Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor Karcoiic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops* Soothing Syrup**, and Castor Oil. II to Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years* use by Millions of Mothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea Mother's Friend. Castoria. Castoria. wrU atl&pted to children that superior to any prescription to me." E. A. Aacjtn, 51. D.. Ill Po. Oxford St., Brookly n, N. Y. iof 'Castoria' w so universal and two well known that it • cu a wr.rk i to endorse it. Few are tbe I familial who do not ke^p Castoria i easy peach."* Casxos Marttst, D. P., Kcw Tortt City. CMtoris euros Colic, Sour Stomach, Diarrheal, Eroctatloa, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and Without injurious medication. " For several yean 1 have your 'Csrttorla,* and nhrJl always continue to do so as It has invariably produced beneficial results." Ebwim f. parses, it. !>., 125tto Strwi aed 7th Ave., Jfew...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat — 15 November 1894

m m 'MS " - rr* . be known for a d ay or two: V ToUL — , • gtr* , lArksttfeMi* •••• #•* ^ ....<; 4 . - 'h m^m • • •.# X 1 « jF 11 • •••«!••• -AS r'1 Idaho 1 *f Bfomis.fr. 22 ^ . Indiana I*.~*....«.,.*« IX •* K n«a# Ken tpfky....... 11 s All Are Complet EVAHS DEFEATS PBTEB 5J? W ^RHiyQTO!*, Nov. 13.—Return are i" "*■—"ay's election. Call- in. Of >—wwnors, If ot ™ *® 81 stater that -£ ; -. i - ? in ...il , * X* • ■ c * • #♦•*♦«•••♦ «• '• • # -t r. .i • . -?- e . '. tf ■ ?•" -••■ -. : 3 ■«*? ' • * > i«y esome. ' • • • e • offered as a sub- • * • • ' pfrismt* 5K ttJ fe as * S3 & FOB FALL r & & as s® as Sfe £ft fiK fcfc st: 5fc ^ Also full line of Heating Stoves, and the srt finest line of Cook Stoves in Texas as | Mohawk and Superior. § Hardware, Axes, Mechanics' T ools, also Fine line ol Queensware, China, Consisting of Dinner and Tea Sets .. • as m as as iti as m m m ma Us m & s te m m HOLIDAY GOODS! Statuary, Cups, *J ujfH, fcllver Plated Wiire,and other ifoo...

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