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THE DEMOCRAT.
J.W. Gardner, Editor and Prop.
TUVRSDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1894.
RATBS:
Dally, per month by carrier»
Dally, month* by mall« ''
Dally, ono year by mail... ' »
Weekly, one year by mall 1
Weekly, six months by mall ="
All commnnteatlons should be addressed
» the Democrat.
The Daily and Weekly Democrat are
entered at the postofllce a Texarkana as
aeeond-class mail matter.
announcements
The following are our rates for announc
ing candidates—positively cash in ad
vance: _
Congressional
State
County
Citv
Township
FOR MAYOR OF EAST TEXARKANA.
We are authorized to announce J. C
Eduards as a candidate for the office of
Mayor of the city of Texarkana. Ark.,
subject to the action of the Democratic
party.
FOR CITY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce John N.
Cook ns a candidate for re-election to the
office of City Attorney of the city of Tex
arkana, Ark., subject to the action of the
Democratic party.
Brethren, money maketh pro
tests as easily as it maketh the fa
mous mare go; keep that in mind.
The Democrat returns thanks to
Senator,Tas. H. Berry and Con
gressman T. C. Mcßae, for valua
ble public documents.
The difference between the issue
of bonds and the issue of interest
bearing treasury bills is about the
same as that between tweedledee
and tweedledum.
It seems that the country is soon
to have a new labor party. All
right boys; the more the ifft'iiier.
New parties come high, but they
make things livelier.
It cost George Gould a half mill
ion dollar house to convince his wife
that he was innocent in that $40,-
(1(H) check charge brought by a fas
cinating young woman.
If George Gould moves away
from New York it will be charge- :
able to his susceptibility to feminine ,
charms rather than to his being op- 1
pressed by Tammany officials.
i
Congressmen should beware the ■
you're-another method of replying
to charges against their honor. A
blow straight from the shoulder [
will come nearer connecting with |
vindication.
Secretary Mouton seems just ,
now to be getting his full share of |
abuse. If there isn't a ‘.let up" |
some of the administration will
have cause to feel themselves slight- .
ed by the mud slingers.
State Treasurer Morrow posi
tively says he will not again be a
candidate for thisoffice, having had
two full terms. Now let Mr. Shinn,
Supt. of Public Instruction, do the
same thing, as he has had two
terms.
The Lafayette Recorder comes
out for Mayor A. 11. Sevier, of that
county, for state Senator, from the
counties of Miller, Lafayette and ]
Columbia. Rather early, isn't it?
But, we forgot the Majah was al- i
waysan “earlybird." i

There has been more idiocy to
the square inch in the comments on
the Hawaiian news than upon any
matter lately before the public, not
excepting the tariff. The fool kill
er should shake off the effects of his
lethargy and get down to work |
That “boy Comptroller" can’t
make any laws, but he can and does
carry out the laws already made,
even when they do not meet the
approval of interested Wall Street
bankers. And. come to think, ]
that s just what he was made Comp
troller of currency for.
Mr. Ben Harrison will not be
likely to overwhelm ex Senator Pal- 1
mer with thanks for pricking his ]
Presidential balloon just as it was
beginning to bulge out a little, by
recalling a seaside conversation of (
of last summer in which Mr. H. sta
ted. that "I must not be consider
ed a candidate." I
Even so great a financial institu 1
tion as the bank of England can be ,
effected by silly rumors, as was re
cently shown in the temporary fall
in the price of the stock of the I ■
bank which followed the publication ! •
of sensational newspaper articles. I
The lesson should not be lost on this j
side of the Atlantic.
The spicy Benton Courier, thus
commends the next Superintendent
of public instruction: Professor Ju
nius Jordan, of Pine Bluff, announc
es himself as a candidate for Super
intendent of Public Instruction of
our state, subject to the action of i
the Democratic State Convention.
Professor Jordan has an eviable rep
utation for talent and is a success
ful educator, and, if elected, will
prove an honor to the state and
himself.
The Republican Senators have
, voluntary promised not to filibuster
’ against the bill for the repeal of
i the Federal election laws, which
1 was passed by the House at the ex
-1 tra session. That promise may be
alright, but somehow it recalls the
; Roman Proverb: “Beware of the
Greeks when they come bearing
' gifts."
The Prescott Picayune objects to
. Clark for Governor, because he
’ fought an appropriation for Arkan-
D sas' exhibit at the World s Fair, in
J the last Legislature, and the Pine
n Bluff Graphic because he tried to
n create a “black district," by which
Democracy would have lost one rep
resentative in Congress. There is
f something in these objections. Plen-
J ty of good men, besides Clarke.
SIOO Reward, SIOO.
The render of this paper will be
’, pleased to learn that there Is at last
- one dreaded disease that science has
'■ been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh
Cure is taken internally,•'"ting direct
ly upon the blood andmucoussurfaces
of the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up
the constitution and assisting nature
in doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer one hundred
dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio.
jgjr-Sold by druggists. 75c.
an'*
Paul Oswald, on corner Vine and
Clinton street, offers his services to
the public, in dying clothing, clean
ing or repairing the same, etc., at rea
sonable figures. 12-15-ts
A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man. 1
i
Are you bilious, constipated or trou- |
bled with jaundice, sick headache, bad ,
taste in mouth, foul breath, coated ,
tongue, dyspepsia, indigestion, hot dry
skin, pain In the back and between
the shoulders, chills, fever, etc. if you '
have any of these symptoms your liver
is out of order and your blood is slow
ly being poisoned, because your liver
does not act promptly. Hekuine will
cure any disorder of the liver, stom
ach or bowels. It has no equal as a
Liver Medicine. Price, 75 cents. Free
trial bottles at Smith Drug Co.
DELICATE WOMEH
Or Debilitated Woman, should uis
BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR.
Every ingredient possesses superb Tonic
properties and exerts a wonderful influ
ence in toning up and strengthening het
System, by driving through the proper
channels all impurities. Health and
Strength guaranteed to result from its use.
" JTy wife, who was bcdrlrtilen for sigh.
<e«h months, after using Bradfield'S I
S’emate Bequlatvr for two month* la
Otting well."
~ J. M. Johnson, Malvern, Ar>.
JJnirmi.n RnovtATon Co., Atlanta, Go.
M by Lu uggtsu at »I.W per bulUe.
L. L. Starks,
STRICTLY DEMOCRATIC
Contractor and Builder.
I guarantee all my work, aud do
none but what is first-class—will not
turn out a peer job.
Give mo a call, or write me through
the Texarkana postofllce, and I will
submit a bid For work I do, will
make no charges for plans and specifi
cations. L. L. Stark. '
METROPOLITAN H HOTEL,
102 Markham & Main Sts., '
LITTLE ROEK, - ARK
The Only $2 per dav Hotel
Jno. Eakin a Charley XValhreu,
Proprietors.
First-class tn every respect All
Modern Improvements.
POWELL & 8R0.,.
Livery, Feed and Sale
STABLES,
Queen V tt>-, • Tow.
Wo still oceupx the old popular
brick stable, and, as in the past, pro
pose to serve the public with the Lest
service, at lowest prices. Remember
we occupy the
BXtICK STABLES.
Bob Osborn,
CONTRACTOR,
House and Sign Painter,
PAPERHANCER AND
INTERIOR DECORATOR.
■MI XXTorls O-w.ar«,».tead.. !
Office nt Lemly's Drug Store,
TEXARKANA, ; ; TEXAS. | '
Mrs. Isaiah Emerson
Ot Manchester, N. IL
After the Crip
Hood’s Sarsaparilla Restored
Health and Strength
"Last winter I had the Grip and was quite
sick. After I began to get better, being weak
and run down, I concluded to try Hood’s Sa»sm
parllla, seeing It recommended so highly I
Inn-l ay that I was more than p eased wi llt.
I recovered my health completely In a siiort
time and think
I Am In Better Health
than before lavas sick. I feel sure that this Is
duo to Hood’tFSarsaparilla. Iu the package of
Sarsaparilla when I opened ft I found a sample
box of Hood’s Fills. I was surprised and de
light. ,1 to find how well they agreedl with me,
have'trieS many' other kffi3so K s p"?'
Hood’s Pills
the preference every time now. I think they
are just wonderful. I am glad to recommend
two such good preparations as Hood’s Sarsa
parilla and Hood’s I’llls." Mbs. Isaiah Em.
EURON, East Manchester, N. H. _
■OOD’S PILLS CUM (’cnMipatlon by restoring
tWpWt’rtKitlc action of tho allmtntury canal.
~ A 5 !
Ur :
A Run on Parlor Furniture.
Thefo is never a run without a reason.
We are Selling Parlor Suits at prices
never offered before in our city. The
quality o( those suites accounts (or the
run, and the price is low enough to turn
tho run Into a gallop. Como anti inspect
these suites; it Is our business to show as
well as to sell, and it is' not tho least
trouble in the world to show you through
our beautiful stock, which is complete in
every variety of furniture, and the finest
stock of carpets over shown in the city.
Cash or easy payments.
woodfin Furniture co.,
IM, East Broad Street,
Texarkana. Ark.
f Pino Bluff, Ark.
Branch Honson < Alexandria, La.
I New Iberia La.
”.y1 8 Prompt, Positive
awZv iMI f Iwl (a 1 } C- s for lurotenco, loss
U1 r. MI’V of Manhood, Seminal
wJaK,', *A 1 . v< '.'--I Sri’c.-./0.-s, SpcrmaforrAeo,
Tlkl'li'L'.lVK-j’ '■ ■' Henx-smese, Self Dietnut,
I’J|SSJ qij »« Loir cf Meinoru, Ac. W/7/
UAMJ Vv ::,::osu'.Viaor-
fri c' 1 M an Price fl 00, S
«Sh? h- 01, 00.
ireful Dlrcc(lone Malles
-I? I ■ curb S"x. Aadreee
S bl’l
I tfffl » ® V KyY-®’ agio LucAaAve.
ST. LOUIS, ■ MO.
FOR SALE BY SMITH DRUG CO.
THE BEST ROUTE
jiis'rwKisix
Memphis anil Hie Southeast,
The Palace Car Line of tho South—the
Kansas City, Memphis & Birmingham R.
R. has two through passenger trains daily
between Memphis and Birmingham, mak
ing close and sure connections with the
trains of all connecting lines. ’ Night
trains have through sleeping cars between
Washington. I). C.. and Memphis, via At
lanta and Biriningbani (in connection
with the Richmond A Danville R. R,) tho
shortest route, quickest, time aud the only
line running through ears between those
cities. Day trains have Palace Reclining
Chair ears (seats free to holders of first
class through tickets) through between
Birmingham and Kansas City, and Pull
man Palace Sleeping Curs between Kansas
City and Atlanta. • This is many nn'es the
shortest and by far the bestequipp. d Pas
senger Line between points tn the East
and Southeast and Memphis, and all
points in Arkansas. Texas and tho West,
and Northwest. Everything new anil
lirst-dass. Through tickets via this line
on sale at all through ticket olliees.
For any desired Information, for large
map and l ime table folder, addies '.
,1. E. LOCKWOOD,
(i P. and T. Ag't.
Kansas City.
11. I). ELLIS.
(ien'l Agent. 331) Malli SI.
M emphls.
i ' "ririj
IvIKsO
Easily. Quickly,
iM »*’ I f’Ewanenlly ficiivrtd.
‘ ' ■■ ■ ,
OfefeA DSBi - Y ’
€3 7// 1 Kt”’ FulMle. Rih,
»/ A FH r ‘b''oli'pnic:i( and tone
F VYf' ri'<n to defy fij.an mid
sa'i J- (iiXu'iW ) ith u <f ti n « brnly.
Al ' 'lion pt..l
CRIE MEDICAL CO.
BUFFALO, N.Y.
IzJjh Ripa"n7“l
'WGULATE THE
j STOMACH, ILIVERandBOWELS j
? AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. ?
J TAKm I lire the boat Mr<». *
• ” r . lUHoumkm, •
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♦ Hrcuth, nnd ull dial •
a H tamu«h, l.hcr nnd liowcla. }
♦ J n contain nothing injurious to ♦
V eo'o-tltution. Are LloaMJQt to f
X take, mfa, aß<\ tuai, and giro immodfato relief. f
I
I OT *:T3 UAM TELL
'Your' /Aolher
W „ TOUSE NO OTHER
Pat T- -SOAP FOR launpry
Wyy : 'T /nphouseholp
I ' I 1 jHmfMlih PURPOSES,
THAN
It IS FAR SUPERIOR TO AN YOTHtR IN THE MARKET
ANP IS /AAPE ONLY ?Y
N KFAIRBANKbW.
ST. LOUIS.
TEXARKANA MARBLE WORKS,
511 EAST AD STREET, TEXARKANA, ARKANSAS.
J. L. SMITH,
— and Dealer In
American and Italian Marble and Granite; Scotch Gran
ite from Aberdeen; Statuary and Finished Monuments
imported from Carera, Italy. I deal in and will furnish
any Marble or Granite that can be gotten in either Eu
rope or America, or any part of the civilized world.
Monuments and Tombstones made to order with neatness
and dispatch. Sandstone, Limestone or Granite coping
for cemetery lots neatly done. Correspondence solicited.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
AU work warranted to give satisfaction. Ido not allow any one to do better
work than tnvself, or undersell me. It would be to your interest to call and investi
gate my work before giving your orders to eastern shops or buying elsewhere. I carry
tho largest collection and tho finest assortment of designs of anyone in this business.
My designs have been carefully selected from all the principal cemeteries in America
and Europe, and arc of all classes and styles of both marble and granite. I carry a
full line of samples of every variety of both marole and granite of all the principal '
quaries in America and Europe. I use nothing but the best materia! in my work and
can furnish anything required in the marble, stone or granite line.
Shop and works 51 1 East Broad street, opposite Iron
Mountain round house.
THE NEW YORK
FAMILY STORY PAPER
FOR 1893. PROSPECTUS
In beginning the eighteenth year of its successful career, it is with a feeling of
just pride that the publishers of the
New York Family Story Paper
states that this great journal has double the circulation of any family story paper in
tho world. This claim, which its competitors are invited to investigate, can easily
bo verified. The pre-eminence thus acquired can be achieved only by merit. The
reading public will buy that paper which best satisfies their desire for stories of the
highest literary merit and most interesting character. And the enormous circulation
of tho New York Family Story Paper proves that it has done this.
A.ll the Great Eeatures of the Raper
to which it owes its success of the past will be zealously guarded in the coming year.
Its distinguished staff of authors, among whom may be mentioned Mary Kyle Dal
las, Nellie Bly, Abi S. Jackman, Charlotte' M. Kingley, “Girlie" May, Emma Garri
son Jones, Charlotto M. Stanley, T. W. Hanshew, E. Burke,Collins and others equal
ly famous, will be retained, its artistic excellence maintained, its beautiful typo
graphical appearance preserved, and the same judicious editorial supervision exer
cised to keep the tone of the paper as pure and moral as it has been from its incep
tion. No expense of time or money will lie spared to add new and attractive features.
Standing as it doe,s like a beacon light above all its contemporaries, tho New York
Family Story Paper cannot lielp attracting to ils columns all that is brightest and
best in modern fiction.
IT ISS THIS PAMIEY I’AI’EH,
Terms of subscription: One year, 83; (> months, 81.50; 4 months, 81; single copies,
6 cents. Sent free of postage on receipt of price.
MONRO’S PUBLISHING HOUSE,
24 and 26 Vandewater street, Box 3643, Now York.
JOE LONGINOTTI,
•Texarkana, Arkansas and Texas.
In Texas-The Palace; In Arkansas-TheTelepbone
Two of the Leading Establishments in the two states. Each
House supplied with the Finest
■KIES,HNESJND GIGRRS.
Best Bottle and Jug Department
In the state, run in connection. Also
LOWEST FFIIOES.
Everything about both establishments is strictly first class.
Your patronage is solicited. Respectfully, ;
JOE LONGINOTTI,
Texarkana, Arkansas and Texas.
hu. xi*««MavniA)mMut«na<Huv.'aaroriii(mmnHu«mMaiMaMKaMHaßaM|MMta
Ji fti al Ite itatial Ofc.
L. DOUGLAS
AW" C 3 genuine i
►I & t Ou OlilOfc WELT. .
ttK V Squeak less, Bottom Waterproof. Bost Shoe told .it the price,
w t**' v'a Ss i ® 4 an< * 53.50 Drees Shoe. I
v \ ’ \ I custom work, costing Irom $0 to |S.
c f 3 ffiLs3.so Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
Os Best \\ alltmg Shoe ever’in.idc.
S2.GO, and S 2 Shoos,
,•/ A a \ (wML.
Boys S 2 & 81.75 School Shoes 1
t > M XrM. 1
k Beit Dongola, Stylish, Perfect
KFitting and Serviceable. Bent
■ H- '2IVWIISL \ ln ~u' world. All Styles.
Ek • InL DeST \ Ii»«l«tupon having W. L. _
’■ a| SPo Ct. DmiirliMi Mlioef. Nnnte 1
k * MimD prhv stamped on I
|Xj Bottom. Brockton I
wOSHr
DEALERS who push the sale of \V. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers,
which helps to increase the sales on their full line of goods. They can
Sold by 0’1)W YE 1{ & AHERN. r
THE SHORT LINE
TO HEW ORLUIS, MEMPHIS
AND POINTS IN THE
SOUTHEAST.
TAKE THE ST. LOUIS LIMITED
12 Hours Saved
BETWEEN
FT. WORTH. DALLAS AND ST. LOUIS
" —AND THE EAST—
THE DIRECT
—TO ALL POINTS IN—
MEXICO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA,
OREGON AND CALIFORNIA.
THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS
—BETWEEN —
Dallas, Ft, Worth and St. Louis,
New Orleans and Denver,
St. Louis and San Francisco.
For rates, tickets and information apply
to, or address any of tho Ticket Agents or
W. A. Dashiell,
Traveling Passenger Agent
Gaston Mesmer,
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent,
L. S. Thorne, 3rd Vice President and
CGea. Superintendent, Dallas, Texas.
C. E. SWINBELL,
Ticket Agent, Texarkana.
COTTON BELfROUTE
[St. Louts, South-western R’y.]
« TO
Memphis, Cairo, St. Louis
THK ONLY I-lIVIO
WITH
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
FROM
TEXAS TO MEMPHIS
Connecting with Through Trains to all
points East, North and Southeast.
T'WO DAILY TRAINS
WITH
Thniugh Coachet and Pullman Sleepers
FKOM
FORT WORTH TO MEMPHIS
Through Coaches and Pullman Sleepers
FROM
WACO, CORSICANA ANO TYLER.
AH Texas lines connect with and have on
sale through tickets via
The Cotton Belt Route
A. A. Glisson, Traveling Pass’r. Agt.
Fort Worth, Texas.
8. G. Warner,
Gen. Pas Agt. Lincs in Texas,
Tvler, Texas.
|RON
MOUNTAIN
Route
5 D® Trains 5
EQUIPPED WITH
M ffilW till CARS
AND
Pullmaß Bullet Sleepers
BKTWERN
Texarkana, SLLnuis & Memphis
For maps, time tables nnd other infor-
ayply to company s neuyest ngent’
C, E. .Swinpell, Ticket Agent 1
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
D. 8. WILLIAMS, C. F. GREENF
Res. 619 Wood st. Res. 819 Beech's,"
Telephone 55. Telephone 18.'
Drs. Williams & Greene,
MEDICINE and SURGERY-
Office over City Drug Store,
Texarkana, - - RK
W.C. SPEARMAN,
Physician and Surgcoa.
Office, Front Rooms Over Smith Drug
Store. Office Hours—From 8 to fl
a. m., 2 to 3 p. m. and 8 to 9 p. m.
Telephone at office and resides..
Texarkana. : ; Ar 1 .
S. A. COLLUM, IVLIj.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Office—With Dr. R. \V. Read, O'.e.r
City Drug Store.
Texarkana. • ; Arkansas
J. A. LIGHTFOOT, M. ])..
Physician and Surgeon.
Office Over Lightfoot’s Drug Store
111 East Broad Street. Calls
Promptly Attended,
R. H. I MANN, M,
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Treated Exclusively,
Office Over Smith Drug Co’s Store,
Office Hours—B:3o a. m. to Ip. m.; 3p. m.
to 4:30 p. m.
Dr. F. P, Hammend,
DENTIST,
Texarkana, Texas.
Office hours from 8 to 12 o’clock a, m, «(
from 2 to 6 p. m.
Office up stairs in Lipari building.
Fs. JOHNSON, I D,
Late Surgeon, C. S. A.
Office and residence, S. W. corner
Broad and Locust streets,
Texarkana, : : Arkansas
w. t. Hudgins. leeesii s
HUOBINS & EBTEE,
AttorneysatLaw
Office in Henry Building, Opposite
Benefield Hotel.
, TEXARKANA, : : TEXAS
T. E. WEBBER.
LAWYER
TEX ARK AN A. ARKAN SA F.
J. D. COOK,
Attorney at Law
11 UP STAIRS over racket store,
Texarkana, Ark.
vw
Barber Shop.
0
Neatest. Newest and Prettiest. Shop in
tho city. Latest improved fixtures and
furniture, revolving fans, sKillful artists
and polite attendants.
Elegant porcelain bath tubs, the, finest
in tlie city. Don’t fail to call at Kelley’s
THUCKINS HOUSP BARBER SHOP
WILL STEINMAN,
THE PAINTER.
House, Sign, Ornamental
PAINTING.
Paper Hanging a Specialty
Leave Orders at the City Drug Store.
MONTOUMARBER SHOP
BY A. R. PRYNE ,
THE INIMITABLE HAIR CUTTER
Byrne Block, ■ - Texarkana, Ark
Ladies mid Misses Hair Cutting, Bangs
Trimming. Hhitmpoonlng and Blond-
Ind a Kpechilty,
Will Visit Residence When Desired, or
do Work nt Shop.
A. W. STEVENS,
BriclMakeriContractor
Having had an experience of over thirty
yours, in tho brick buslm ;s. respectfully
solicits a share of your patronage.
Best of brick alwnys on hand. Esti
mates furnished on nil kinds
of brick work.
Works at end of Clinton st., Tex
nrkann, Texas. 2 22 Sin

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