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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

- ■■ ■W:"& :l ?>* 4m- - ' ■ - M 4 ■ "If It Comet From '*Coodin" it's[Cood Indted.' A Parson of Sonso is a person who best preserves those faculties with whieh nature has endow- ed them. They may "hate to wear glasses"—most people do—but the per- son of intelligence thankfully accepts this opticial aid when their eyes te'l of its need. When yours speak let us act. Our service, treatment and pricc-s shall all be right. I Umfufwr'.! •If iMiteWi in (team til .lion m mi mm. <4 tu.i1, W' tiMmwWeesy « *#r, inwlHnlli. mmt h |lax w Here 30 years D. GOODIN I "TheJeweler" McKinney, Texas. "Always Yovr Money's Worth.'' V C '*-' >• i f j 2 / CHARTERED. We confer degrees upon our graduates, and give them a diploma that Wi.l be honored by any Institution In America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes eccepted for u.ition. Positions guaranteed. Cat- alogue and a lesson in penman8hii> fr«e. Your name on VI cards for 25 cen*8 in stamps. We teach penman s^tp by mail. N. R. STONE, Pres.. McKinn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

*- 'WW*' P#fe Kind Toa Have Always Bought, and which has la dm fbr over 30 years, haa borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonal suporvusiua since Its luikucf. Allow no one to deceive yon In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and «'Jnit-a -good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infhnts and Children—Experience^ against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Csstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Par#* forle, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It ^oatalns neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms snd allays Feverisliness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coustipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Btomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. QSNUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tie Kind Too Have Always Bought ttwi In Use For Over 30 Years. **•« Mir...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

The Original Tim idea of a Cough Syrup that will act on tha bowels. and thus assist in expelling colds from ths system is nsw and original in Ksnnsdy's Laxativs Honey and Tar. Nearly all other cough cures are Sonstipating. especially those containing Opiates. [ennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar moves the bowels, contains no Opiates. Laxative • A certain, safe and harmless rsmedy for all Coughs, Colds. Croup, Whooping Cough, La Qrippe, Bronchitis, Influenza and all Lung and Bronchial affections. Mothers praise the children's favorite, Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. Cough Syrup Prepared at the Laboratory af I, C. DeWITT A CO., CHICAOO, V. S. A H* TO BID C&OVBB BLOSSOM ABO TIB BOBBY BBB IB OB BVBBY BOTTLB. HOMEY K. A. AUERNATHY K CO., Bran chop*, cottonseed, oats, corn, alfal- fa, prairie hay, chicken feed and feed of all kind. Prompt city de- livery. Phone 589. No. 3. North Tcnn. St., McKlnney, Texas. 6td Mr*. Wiley on List. INOliSH In KCD in I Until n.«tftillc bote* will* bins ri...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 16 August 1906

fwb Ha 'SwSi''!'.'* ■ ■■ ■■-?•,< .. ■J*'- v>. •> ■ t ■ « ■> ■*Rp ' J* , ?& * J" - v® ^ VETERAN OF THE SPANISH WAR Expresses His Great Faith In Pe-ru-na. It a Tonic fepwUlly to tho PmostioB and lo- af 111 Catarrhal Atlanta ■o to tho Viciaaitudas of Oimato and Erpoaura JEzporionood by tho An Old Boldior'a Praia* Kr.y. R.Cox,Center Oik, Pa., write*: HwMtiken with hemorrhages of the and had from one, to three a «nui doctors said vxj atomach conld o* Km cured, and it was only a question ff bnwaoon one of these epella would ill ma, and I was given up several nas, as they had no hopes for me. I finally wrote to you, and you said tk was not a cancer or a tumor, Peruna onld cure me. X commenced taking Peruna right agr, and have never had one of those ■tie since. ■*£ m an old soldier, one of PhllSherl- afla Bough Riders, and pretty nearly sg«d out now, but I have a pretty tach again." War Correspondent Boo- ommenda Pe-ru-na. .ELB. Manley, Assistant War Cor- tt during the war i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

mm / ■ . ■■ x THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. ♦ I ♦' 4 ♦ ♦ , I'U 1A4H1D KVKRY THURSDAY. KNTKBKD AT THE rOSTOITICB AS SECOND-CLASS MAIL MATTES. OPPOSITE MAtONIC TEMI'LE. ""ll.OO PER YEAR. McKlNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1906. VOL. 23. NO. 3a EXPENSES IIF SWORN STATEMENTS AH FILED IIY THEM. UNDER THE ELECilON LAW / Price of Patriotism as Exemplified in Running for Oflloe In Collin County. >> Following is the sworn statement of the campaign expenses of the dif- ferent county and precinct candl- dates In Collin county In the recent primaries, as filed with County Judge F. E. Wilcox, according to the requirements of the Terrell elec- tion law. Several did not file state- ments and their names are there- fore omitted: Representative Place I. T. O. Murray V.57.50 Representative Place 2— T. J. Bowles 95.9.1 J. A. Gariisou 117.95 Sheriff— Geo. Eubank 131.00 Alex Robertson 225.CO Todd Warden 159.65 County Attorney— Geo. P. Brown 226.35 L. J. Truett 31)4.50 District Clerk— R. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

Kla/ V I " • "V'' : ' V'K m ~fl' VI 11 Hf1 i w iff i ?w;« The Democrat-Gazette. Published Kavery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER B. WILSON, Publishers and Proprietors. To Bsbecrlbere:—The date prlnux! oppoelte ■oar name on lite margin of the paper or on the wrapper Indicates the flue to whlcli your «ub- crii'tion la paid. AU eubeorlpttona aspire on the Brat of tne month. Any rutaaortber not re- pairtax the pa par regularly will pleaee notify ua. Wa to not *and reoelpta for mm? paid on t credit aame on allp a'laohed not ahown on illp in ten Ittanoe, netlfy thfa office. •shaorlpttoaa, bat ere* to paper, If credit la * 4aya from date of re* Subscription ltat«. Oh copy one year $1.00 THURSDAY, AUGUST Si, tOOtt. Tnough thousands of miles away, Bryan was It at the State Demo- cratic convention. The Terrell election law received some hard Jolts at the Dallas con- vention. McKinney is now one of the best lighted towns of its size in the state. McKinney people do not be- lieve in being in d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ I ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ FRKK BOOK TO NKN. Or. Terrlll's latest book No. 19 haa been written for men who de> aire to poaseas normal strength, health and happiness and It will be of the greatest value to men In any walk of life who suffer with any of the Special or Pelvic Diseases pe- culiar to their Bex and who are in >need of expert msdlcal attention. Dr. Terrlll nas not published thin J. H. TKRfcILL, >1. 1) book for profit, but to give neces- sary scientific Information to those who need It and It 1h conceded to be the very beat of lis kind ever published and distributed to weak men. Send for It today! It will be sent absolutely free in a plain, sealed envelope (If you will mention this paper and enclose six cents for postage and packing) to any man who is afflicted with Varicocele, Strict- ure. Blood poison, Lost Manhood, vout Debility, Epilepsy, Catarrh, of the Stomach. Kidneys, Bladder Seminal Emissions, Ner- Plles, Hydrocele or any or Prostrate Gland. IMPORTANT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

1 . , , Doses $1 of Hood's Baraapnrilla, the blood purifier and general Thii remarkable medicine ha* many radical and permanent are the wonder of the world, all humors from pirn plea Doses $1 liquid form or In chocolated aataraataba. 100 dotes $1. Democrat-Gazette. Published Eevery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTKR B. WILSON, Publisher* and Proprietors. Ito VafcaoribAr*The date prlnUid oppo*lte aw on th* margin of the p«in<r or on the <r 'odlcatoa the time to wolcn your nub- ia tt paid. All ub#crtpUoa oxplrg en t of tne month. Any «ub#or ber not rt- Uhe pap«r regularly will plesae notify uc. _ for money paid oc _ . aame on llp arched ; If credit la not ahown on ulto In ten data of revltunoe, oettfy thla office «• not tend reoetpu i, bat credit m Subscription RaIm. mvj one year $1.00 "VWHNDAY, AI'OUST 2 , 1006. CflAlLKNOKH ADMIRATION. Fifteen years ago It would almost have been political suicide for a United 8tates Senator to stand be- fore a Texas State *Democratlc con- vention...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

I k TWO HISTORIC LEGENDS INTRKHTINtl NARRATIVE BY PROF. F.G. JON KM. , I Q0T1 LOVE AND TRAGEDY :8torir« of How Two Famous Tew« Rivers Bprlffd Their Peculiar liimfc Upon a recent visit to Waco, there •were recalled to memory two leg- ends that may be of Interest to those who haveitaste for the sources and elements of ^a possible ltterat- t,ure in which Texas and her history are so rich. We were crossing the bridge by night and the swollen river below was reflecting the lights of the city and of the heayens, when the flooding stream suggested the alleged origin of lta name. Many geographical terms In Texas are similarly drawn from the Span- ish tongue, and line Brazos, were * faatened to place or stream, lake or sea, either by some peculiar as- pect striking the exploring Span- iard, or by some thrilling episode In the life of first settlers. There Is current about the fire- sides of some dwellers along the reaches of the Brazos the following account of how the river received tta name...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

vy ^ :.v, .. I mmmmm trim, "but t «sK V ittMf UW.C5S AL'Gl'HT 28, 1906. Welcome Plenty of free barbecue Campera get the moat enjoyment. glad always accounted far. A pi mi: without Clarence aa Money custodi- al would be a failure to begin with ran of thoae accustomed to him to have their voucher# Only a "Short time until school be- glaa^taod .books and alaiaa will again ba la evidence. However, In turn- ing the boy or girl ovar to the teach ar, parents should not consider their responsibility ended, for their co-operation with the teacher la ab- solutely necessary for the boat In- teresta of the pupil. When a picnic vendor of any kind strikes McKinney, he Is forthwith referred to Joe D. McKinney, chair- man of the Privilege Committee, who has held the job for several years and will continue to hold it as long as he will accept the honor. Joe is both a good collector for the Association and faithful protector of the rights of those who buy priv- ileges. Joe's name is a guarantee of a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

> «.. ** ■ wm WrS '« "*■'■. , * > * news about the .court house * I#T: •IT "9 • «. 1.1 ■ * ' Itft if •iv *.!()•; l«V It. 111 l. "fl1 i V- BaV I *«9|] TWO PLEAS OFdVftTT tO BUR* 4 ■■ T I 'nii(l * i i.'tH H s>7 a hi <?J*W CHARGE*. I k . *v (! * LIGHT CASE IS CONTINUED PIANO PRESENTED. i *. ill ) ' Hi nil Splendid <11 ft From J4 T. Oonch to i Jyww Acadniy. mi Set Ovrr Until September minuteslorn (Vealt New V«t i ■, ing Box. Two .youths, Tom Bradshaw and Sd Brown, of the Piano. community, pleaded guilty In district oourt to charges of burglary, the former re* oeivdng a two year sentence to the penitentiary and the latter a aen- tenee of two years In the rdformato- *T- Light Cane Continued. • The suit of J. P. Croudh et al vs. the City of McKinney., to restrain (the city from furnishing lights to .private firms and individuals, over "which trial Judge B. L. Jones had come down from Sherman to pro- aide, was continued until next term Mf9&- Jouss,-, president of tb£ jloa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

if! —- Letters From Corps of Special Correspondents MIm Ann ye sick list this Mr. Hsrve Furr - w- n Mom, and children, Miss nil of Bon ham, are of Mr. aad Mrs. Henry Mor ending the Christian revl- Xoa and Beatrice Rattan and Edith Watts, of Den- visiting Miss Bessie Coff- Jenle Woods and little Miss Lee Harris of McKinney, Mr. Joe Clines attending the Schoonovsr of OainesvIHe Is ig a revival for the Christian under the tabernacle. Bro. ir it an able preacher and wife as she sings the sweet of Zlon touches the hearts of people. Large Crowds are at- these services. tMeadakies R. B. King and C. R. gMhora and little Maurine have re- turned from a visit to Dr. J. King and family of Merkel. Jas Basham and children are vls- lting«l W. M. Shelton's. Hon. Nelse (Srleham, Hunter Hill amd Sam McClendon have gone on a protracting trip to Mexico. Miss Mai tie Bateman has return- «ed from Denton. Mis Ada Hill Is visiting Mrs. Go- forth nt Anna. MIbb Jessie Bateman is visiting at Balllnger. A. M. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

. ffimjF' "If It Comet From "Goodin" it's [Good Indeed A Person of Sonse is a person who boat preserve* those (acuities with which nature has endow- ed them. Thoy may "hato to wear glasses"—most people do—but the per- son of intelligence tha k fully accepts this opticial aid when their eyes te'l of its need. When yours speak let us act. Our servioe, treatment and prices shall all bo right. .-J* I tWC —>• ,w ■ ,..! „) ( tt m urtfw. Tim fun h «mr «fi.i kf r" at i * ■>' l>n «•« •. «wi * Ikntt Pa Cut al ill .« «MKt by'MMm •>«•—ouk mm til 4 nju wU n i* Wi<luani* Tm tru dwmjMi irtart «rMMitc«IV. nitif*- •> D. G00D1N, Her©30 years 1/. UUlfLMll* "TheJeweler" McKinney, Texas. "Always Your Money's Worth." f.' ' a ■ ' 5ti- ^ , CHARTERED. Wo confer degrees upon our graduates, and give them a diploma that wul bo honored by any Institution In America. Te- legraphy taught. Notes eccepted for u.itiou. Positions guaranteed. Cat- alogue and a lesson In penmanship 'r"e. Your name on ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

,-fe 5528H, >*J3 [Tailor 1 * Talk For Yon | Style TbMw are tkrw MMatisIa nqsirad to auks TA1IX l< MADE CLOTH! MU s unfit— Wita Mujr p«o|>le, especially the wall droeaed une. tbe ttn* wrottol ia MTYL1. A good appearance ia ■or* to ba valaad than many imagine. If four hat la brushed. clean and jrwar aboes efclnnliig, tbea a •nit made to order by WHITK will jroa a feoteel appearance worth nor* to yon la a bailn— way, than bundrnda of la yon - pocket. Oaoa a customer always a customer la my constant aim. Next o>mea Ql'ALITY. A good tailor can take shoddy ma- terial and make a stylish looking ault of It. bnt It won't atand wear. The trouaera will bag at the kueea. coat droop at the cornera, and all will aoon have a "cheap John" appearance. WHlTfc) not only na*a good good*, bnt every atltoh put In one •fhlasnitsisof superior workmanship; every button la aewed on to atay. every pnu to hold. Wban yon pay for a anlt you waut to know that It poeaeseea both ttyle and Quality QUAUTV...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

r s O. C. Spencer left yesterday' for Ardmore, I. T., to attend the bedaide of his aiater, Mrs. Joe McKee, who la seriously sick. Attorney D. P. Johnson of Far- mersvlllo Is here today attending court. Rev. 8. L. Rievftg returned today from Sherman where he preached yesterday. Mtaa Raymond Brlggs of Dallas has returned home after a visit to Mrs. John C. Cooke. Miss Etta Oneal fro McKlnney Is visiting Mrs. John Penn.—Green- ville Herald. Miss Margie Muse of Sherman in visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Herry, and other friends in this city. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOAA>000^X>000'>000 The People Who Patronize Our * Soda Fountain * Hurry back at the next opportunity We treat them so well that they want to come again. If you don't like Boda water—we would like to have you taste ours, and see if its not all we claim It to be. Our syrups are made from fresh fruit juices. They are pure and you will like them all. We nerve the latest Soda Fountain Drinks. Our Ice Cream is the Be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 23 August 1906

Y"h'! ^ ■ JMfelpMiM «r^;ra v-^ifc. m ;:f j0 ..eU^n.^/^t w*teWfc f-ryniytiriiwfn S=S9 O. D. ROBINSON, i in America Is JmUmttd NCR HEALTH DE! BY PELVIC CATARRH. prolonged her •later, Mm L. W. Crouch and brother, W. C. Roblnnon. returned : home today, accompanied by her niece, MIm Florence Crouch. R. V. Da tig he tee haw returned from a week's visit to Slloam Springs, Ark. He says he saw five miles of orchard. He ulso attended a Union Missionary meeting held there. P. J. Dempsey, route I, Wylie, called In to see The Democrat-Ga- zette. Mr. Dempsey is a young far- mer of level-headed business sense, courteous, appreciative und always pleasant to meet with. He 1b a j valued friend of our weekly. It. L. Moulden, a prominent law ' and city atorney of Wylie sends us ja dollar on subscription to the Dem- ocrat-Gazette, with encouraging words and best wishes for our fu- ture prosperity, which we greatly appreciate. The good will of such men as he, are worth having and will help us in our ende...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE. V A fubllshki) kvrir thursday. ■* 1st""" at thb rovromoi a8 8bcond-class mail matoex. ♦ yrrotiTK masonic temple. $1.00 PER YEAR. A McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1906. VOL. 23. NO. 31. GREAT CROWDS ATTHE RE-ION AND PIK THOUSANDS THRONG THE GROLNDS-DINNER TO VET- ERANS-ABLE SPEECHES DELIVERED. ■ott pleasant weather favored the second day of the Seventh An- nual Picnic and Reunion at Benge's park Thursday. The big crowd Variously estimated at from Ave to ten thousand people, packed the grounds down so that there was neither mud nor stifling dust to ren- der disagreeable those who went th«fre to drink red. lemonade, eat pop corn and hoky poky, ride on the steam carry-us-ail or Ferris wheel, watch the wire walking per- formance, hear the speaking and take in all the other many forms of amusement and entertainment pro- vided for them. Kxwllent Arrangements. .The woods were filled with wag- ons and buggies which came in early In the day and many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

•f v •""* w& > ■Sf-... r- ; * it*'..a ?<!'" **.* jw_ . .. —• si J* K" locrat'tiazgte. led Eevery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTEIt B. WILSON, PvblUhers and Proprietors. > Bsbacrltx-rt: - The <Ut« printed opposite M ct> the margin of the paper or on the • Indicate* the time to which your sub- Ion la paid. All Mubaorlptktna expire on it ottb« month Any subscriber not rs- t the paper regularly will please notify ua. We to not tend receipts for mnney paid on Utaa i, but credit anme on allp attached - - ■- ui tee ofDoe , if credit la not ahown on allp in ten dnt* of ravltunoa, netlfy this Subscription lUht). One copy one year 91-00 THURSDAY, Al'UlHT : 0, 1IMM. Did you have a good tln:e? Conclusions are poor things to "Jump at." Oeorgta Is recovering from her re- cent political spasm. When it comes to picnic, that's a game Collin county "eats up." President R. his committees good." E. Carpenter and abundantly "made After all is said and done, con- genial labor is man's ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

'All Hands after Star 91 and all mouths open to this best chcw of all chews— for forty years the same highest quality—the same price—the same full-weight 16 oz plugs—the same standard chew. STAR PLUQ CHEWING TOBACCO "Star" is easily the most economical chew be- cause it lasts much longer—gives more good chewing to the plug, than any other chew made. " Star" is rich, waxy and sweet—and that's the kind you like For forty years " Star" has been the standard chew—the highest quality—the most economical—the most satisfying. 150,000,000 ioc. pieces sold annually. In Ail Stores MONDAY. J. A. Garrison left this afternoon (or a brief visit In Quintan. MIhh Cora Caldwell left this mor- ning for a visit In Durant, I. T. Miss Chrystelle Forsyth returned today from a visit to Miss Rena Ogllvle at Melissa. Miss Helen Murray who has been hero from Dallas during the re- union, will go to Piano where the will reside. I S. B. Sproles of Red River coun- ty Is her visiting his friend, Dr. E. B. King an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Democrat-Gazette — 30 August 1906

- *'•-■ . r-.r. ,Tv^ '■■ ml Humors Aim Impure mttton which the akin, liver, kidneys wad other organs cannot take care at without help. Plmplea, bolls, ecaema and other erup- tion*, lose of appetite, that tired feeling, Mttmu turns, flta of Indigestion, dull head- aches and many other troubles are due to tbuu. They are removed by Hood'a 8arsaparilla In usual liquid form or In chocolated tablets known as SerMtabe. lOOdosesfl. • t \>r v ■ ^ T The Democrat-Gazette. Published Kevery Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS, WALTER li. WILSON, Vdltors, Publisher** and Proprietors. To Subscriber*:—The date printed opposite your name on the margin of the panor or on the wrapper )ndlc«tea the time to wbicn your mib- sortptlon Is paid. All subscription* expire or. the Brat of ton month.. Any subscriber not ra- oalTlng the paper regularly will please notify ua. We Ao net tend receipts for mosey paid on sakeoiipUooa, but credit same on slip attached t* paper, If credit la not abows on alip in ten 4sys froa ...

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