Collin County Mercury (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 30, 1888 Page: 2 of 4
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L I IK MERCURY. Ani"'1,,us11N-
McKinney, May 20, 1888.
Ki>. MBBCI KY:
Have? vou ever been to Austin? It
not, vftiiM better go. When you get.
there, s *the town as soon as possible
t (it will take but an hour or two;)
then go to Sin Antonio and spend
| the rest of the time you have to spare.
This is advice—one of the cheapest
commodities I'nown to American peo-
! pie—ami as such you are under no ob-
ligations whatever to accept it unless
-1 Susines goo i
FROM It LOOM DALE.
-Notwithstanding the fact
I'rummers have been very p«enti- that we had a superabundance of rain
for farming interests
through the pli.ck and
The agonv is over.
I—The f\ have it.
The court hems'* is resting easy.
An 1 thev were all De-moekery-cy.
ful for some tim ' Joe Reneaw is in
our mi sr again 1'r. H. (1. Selman,
of T\ ler, is spending a few da vs in our
town .... Mr. T. T. Halsell, .Jr., Ims
returned from Ardmore, l,T M >.
L>. J. Greeu is visiting r.< ar L< banon
this *veok "Rock}" John MeMil-
U n, of Kentucky, was the guest (>f J.
E. Mulkey last week Our dentist,
II. II. Hibbits, spent a few days with
peop'e, thev wou
energy ot our
with a few da\s
win iv weather
The democratic party still lives and
has its being.
Verona's opposition to democracy is
six in number.
The Wylie Herald is giving Worth
Ray a good deal of beneficial advertis-
The latest figures show that there
arfc 10,417,090 Sunday school scholars
in tho world.
Emigrants should come to Collin
county. They will learn something in
this world of trouble and office seek-
At the convention in Fort Worth
Hon. J. W. Throckmorton received
the largest vote of any delegate to the
If a man receives three dollars j>er
day, and saved every cent of it, one
thousand years would elapse before lie
could bo master of a million.
Thomas Jefferson said that our free
institutions depend upon the virtue
and intelligence of the people. But
Thomas Jefferson never lived in Col-
A receut debate on " Religious Tol-
eration" was closed by liob. Ingersoll
with the following declaration: "The
way to be happy is to try to make ev-
erybody else so. That is the sum and
substance of my religion "
Archer county democrats have in-
structed for Hon. J. W. Throckmor-
ton for congress. Throckmorton is
one of the a'olest statesmen in the
South and now that he has regained
his health the people of the 5th would
honor themselves, and the entire coun-
try '.v returning him to his former
A self-acting sofa just large enough
for two, baa beeii invented. An ex-
change savs: "If pVooerly wound up
it will begin to ring warning LeU
j ust before ten o'clock. At one min-
ute after ten it splits apart, and while
one half carries the daughter upstairs,
the other half kicks her lover out of
doors. They come high but people
must have them."
FROM RHEA'S MILLS.
May 21st.—Mr. Jerome Sneed, of
Willow Springs, is here Miss May
Winn of Ceiina is visiting Mrs. M. E.
Miller Miss Alice Horn is at home
again Rev. li. L. Hunter is visit-
ing his Congregation this week The
Church at Walnut Crove has decided
to have a camp meeiiug commencing
Friday before the 3rd Sabbath in Au-
gust. An etfort will be made to have
Rev. Hodges come with his tabernacle
We regret to chronicle the death
of Mr. Rasberry Howard Deputy
Sheriff Burke arrested a man here to
day charged with carrying concealed
weapons at church. It is the first ar-
rest made in this community for sev-
eral years and we are proud to know
that the offense was committed in an-
other part of the county Mrs. Ella
Rhea is experimenting in silk culture.
It is quite novel and interesting to
us liaviug never witnessed any-
thing of the kind. She already lias 3
or 10 pounds cocoons with the pros-
pect of as many more in a few days
Mr. ■Grundy has made many delicate
hints as to how he would appreciate a
silk vest from my own hauds, but alas!
his corpulency discourages the under-
taking. i have made that man too
many jeans vests not to know how
much material is required Your
correspondent attended the "foot
washing" at Chamber's School House
on yesterday. We noted the well furn-
ished school-room and many other evi-
dences of thrift and progress. The
people aro kind and hospitable. We
enjoyed the visit hugely and return
many thanks to Mr. J. M. Bryan and
lady for an excellent dinner ami social
evening •••• Wheat, oats and corn are
growing nicely. Cotton is backward,
but with warm weather will soon conn
out all right... .Our young friend,
Jno. G. Davis has retun
trip to Chicago. He reports
\ on consider it wholesome. However'0'*' acquaintances at \ anAlstyne last
it is well to bear in mind that no edi- w*'ek On'* ot \ anAlstyne s paint-
ot «i r \,
he up with their plowigng, ami read\
for the wheat and o>t harvest which j
promises to make an unusually heavy [
yield. Though the former is covered
with rust, do not th'.nk is of a kin*! to
very greatly damage the yield, whi:e
the latter has the appearance of mak-
ing an enormous turnout. While so
position of ers was ln " eston a tew days sine",
moulder of public opinion" with 1ho couldn't "cut the mustard"
himself and sat-1 Savage of Thackerville, I. T., j farmers, yet is <iot without a bright
ig'in m on?
burg.... Mr* John
here on of-
reseola for a
are better than for
our tables with
fruit?, in abundance an;
etv. The pea?h crop
tor cj.r. expect to fill th
dignity and honor to
isfaction to his people, unless he has jls
been there and can write from person- Orendutf, ot Melissa, was
ai observation, at least a half column ficial business last week Air. 1'. M.
editorial devoted to that three-million- j Douglas started to Chicago with sever
acre grandeur known as the state cap |H' cars of b,->et cattie on
itol. I've been there, and no doubt ! Avant has had ti; •
when you are made a wan? of the fact j week or so, but is able to visit, his pa-1 ply enormou
vou will feel it to be your sacred duty ticnts again Misses Mary and Elia Mi. Editor,
to step down and out and allow me ; Kennedy returned home from Leba- to some as
undisputed possession of your editorial i non accompanied by Mr. | three urt-eks)
„ciss0L 1 * and Mrs. F. G. Kendal! Mr. J. II
Leaving McKinney on the afternoon | Hatcher and wife, ot Sherman, wt-ve
of the 14th, we arrived, on the follow- j 'n °,lr °i*y last week ' r"^; Swift
ing morning, in Austin, where we had i and lady ot ( eiina were visiting th •
the pleasure of meeting so many of j family of 1 rot. J. h. I olb^rt last week.
our Collin county friends that we j Mr. and Mis. A. 1. hob'r^o1
started for Ardmore, J. T., on the 22 J.
much wet weather ii disagreeable un-
der too*", and tends to
siil *, and advanti^es. < >;;r gardens
some unseen disaster befalls it, be siui-
If you will come out,
think ">ve can treat you
could scarcely leali/.e that our jounev
of the night before was not a dream,
and that we were not still a!: home.
Everybody was there. McKinney,
Farmersville, Piano, Allen, Melissa,
Weston, Lebanon, Rock Hill, Rhea's
Mills, and Celina were there. Anna
was there, too. This enterprising town
captured and went there in the sleep-
ing car, while McKinney, some of us
at least, went there in the standing
car. Collin county, North, East,
South and West, was there, and
"uucle" George Ilerndon was there.
In fact there were so many there that
we found it impossible to see the de-
pot (?) for the people.
Austin is not the great, the grand,
and the beautiful that many expected
to find i\ Situated on a blinding,
Thev will also visit relative's at Lone
Grave, I. T. ... Mr. A. T>. Stelzer and
family of Celina are in our town
Our next district clerk, S im K. Ru-
dolph, was in our midst on the 20th
J. N. B. Ledgerwood was in our
town on the 2f)th. Mr. L. is a candi-
date for J. P. in thip precinct on the
Simon pur? ticket Pra\er-meeting
at the residence of Mr. Hurry Hamil-
ton on the 24th with large attendance
Socials, niitsicales and mite meet-
ings have been too numerous to make
sp°cial mention of Yesterday morn-
ing's shower prevented our having a
Sunday school Some of our good
citizens have had their houses repaired
and painted, just as all should do
Mrs. Martha Gilmore took an overdose
glaring, white-rock hill, overlooking Indian hemp, which
the muddy, shallow waters of the Col-
orado river. Without its public build-
ings it would probably soon become
as insignificant as the vidage of Wash-
ington, San Phillippe and other places
that were once the capitals of a great j K00,l rilin> and a few sea
state, but are now onlv the ruins of here on the 22'1. ... t
great expectations. " The capital, j W-V,the na,ue of Mcdanahan died a few
though it presents a most magnificent! ,n^MS north ot this place on the 23d
and imposing appearance, is a struct- ! with cancer of the face; but^ little i
ure that will require the expenditure j knoWn about him as ne wns in abject
i' . ii i i i , 'Mivrrfv Rev F.
causing her death yesterday morning
At the close of the school at this place
there will be an interesting exhibition
The contract of painting the M.
E. church was let last week A very
An old man
of thousands of dollars yearly to keep
in repair, and will doubtless, in the
future, prove to be quite an elephat
on the hands of a tax-paving people.
While it is true that its walls may
poverty.... Rev. E. A. Bridger will
bid Weston adieu on the 1st proximo
He has received an appointment as
dent of Indian schools near
the Black Hills in Dakota. We wish
stand for ages to come as a monument j our "deah, deah brudder success
to perpetuate the wisdom (?) of the!^r< ^ bite, a farmer who resides 3
18th legislature, the loss of three mill j n,i|f's oa,t of horP> was bittPn h-v a coi>'
ion acres of land to the state of Texas ! p^rhfa't snake on the 20th. lie suflered
and the unequalled rapacity of the
considerably, but is now well. Mrs
citizens of Austin during the dedica-1 Peggie Wantord was hitten by a spider
tion, it is equally true that the materi-1 sone
time ago and is suffering great
pain. A piece of llesh as l irge as an
will mortify a^d com1 out
Publi.- :sjk' king i^tt>rcie« ot
our town. Messrs. Mack and
al used in the outside construction
from the u.aiu walls up (tac!tiding tli.
entire dome) will have to be many
times replaced by future generations. •in. ,
Leaving Austin or the evening of the 1 °n e K th, J. N. Gibson and <
tine peaches (m two or
s can be found any-
Wheat har^rt will be here
iiiout two weeks. Think this p:trt
of o'd Collin could make a creditable
show of wheat and oats, at least, at
the Texas Stite Fair this fall.... Mrs.
Wade of McKinney ivis sold her farm
in this community consisting of 100
acres, for §3,300 t<^g^lr. Franklin of
Tenn., Mr. R. C. Horn acting as agent
for Mr. F.... Miss Stella Horn who
has been attending school at Carlton
College, Bonhum, Texas, returned
home last. Thursday evening to the
delight of a large circle of admiring
friends and relatives Quite a num-
ber of cur young people attended the
foot washing last Sunday at Cham-
ber's School House. Your correspond-
ent had the pleasure of forming the
acquaintance - of "Kitty Grundy."
From her splendid appearance, and
graceful manner we are not surprised
at old Grundy's being jealous of the
attentions of her admirers A num-
ber of voting ladies and gentlemen
• o o
I gathered at the house of Mr. D.J.
Franklin on last Thursday evening
and spent several hours in playing
croquet J. If. Sneed, the popular
teacher of Forest Grove was in the
vacinity last we ek takingthe school cen-
sus. Announcement was made that
Judge Wolfe and H. C. Mack would
speak at this placo on last. Monday
1 night, but for some reason did not
show up... .Our Sunday school is in
a thriving condition. Have just re-
ceived new song books, and it is ex-
pected will have some good singing
FROM ILLINOIS KU100L HOUSE.
May 2(5.—As 1 never see anything
in your paper from this section 1
thought I would f^ive you and your
many readers a few dots 1 lealtli
is good at this time, so far as we have
heard, and everything is peaceable
Our school ended last Friday at which
time tho teacher mado the hearts of
the little ones t;la<l vitli resjt of leui-
This familiar announcement greets the eye wherever goods are sold, throughout
the length and breadth of the land. It gives confidence to the buyer and puts the
consumer on good terms with the retailer, and where the promise is strictly carried
out establishes a feeling oi permanent confidence between the two. In many cases,
however, the one price system is a mild fraud, operating only for the benefit of the
majority, while quite a liberal percentage or purchasers are given, on some pretext or
toher a discount, and think they are securing a great bargain on account of this sup-
posed liberal concession(?)
They forget that ai> extra 20 per cent, has been tacked on to the price of the goods
which still leaves a large percentage in favor of the owners thereof, and is one of the
potent reasons explaining how many houses have succeeded in a few years in bMIing
up large fortunes for themselves. This discount plan does not work with ns. Our plan
is to treat rich and poor alike.
Our extreme low prices are of equal benefit to
We mark our goods, in plain figures, at the smallest possible margL. of proSt an3
in almost every instance sell at lower prices than our competitors, consequently WE
CANNOT AFFORD to allow discounts, which are often asked us;'backedup by the ar
gument that "other houses do it."
If reliable goods at low prices count for anything, and fair and honorable meth-
ods of doing business are what the people of McKinney and vicinity want, they hare
an opportuity of showing their appreciation of such a concern by extending a share
of their patronage to us. Our employees are competent, polite and attentive; our
stock large and well selected, and our establishment one of the most conveniently lo-
cated and elegantly fitted in McKinney. and under no circumstances do we ever de-
viate from the original proposition embodied in this article,
ONE price to all.
The Leading Dealers in Dry Goois, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Ladies
and Gents Eurnishing Goods. Shain's Block, East Side Sqare, McKinney.
• i ■ ..j
lGth via the
I. & G. N. Rv. we had jJ- W- ***>' on the 2ikh- Mr- Gibson j }'ar'Jllts * Convention beM
a very pleasant run of about 100 miles ' UP the turf in favor ot the
to the olel historic city of San Antonio. ' ''• arK' ^ay harrowed it in a
The two principal towns en route are I vor3r gentlemanly .— i hirty-nine
SSan Marcus and New Braunfels, both
of which are noted for their early set-
tlement and picturesque sites. The
country adjacent to these towns, and
in fact, all along the International,
from Austin to San Antonio, is very
tine agricultural land, in a high state
of cultivation''and "fair^ to look upon.
The people—a majority of whom are
Germans and Mexicans—are quite
primitive iu their ways, slow to adopt
new ideas and far behind't-North Tex-
as in the use of agricultural machinery
and other innovations not elreamed of
in their philosophy. It was very
amusing to see them cultivating their
fields with oxen, after the manner of
our forefathers, insteadjof the horses
and mules of our fast.-r age. G'ad t >
have escaped the busy bustling world
of Austin, glad to have left behind us
a people, who (actuated by an avari-
cious greed ^unequalled south of Chi-
cago, and whose battle cry was " With
all thy getting,get money!") had wait-
ed war against the pockets of a de-
fenseless public, we arrived at the
Alamo City. After*a night of much
needed rest and sleep we proceeded to
see the sights. Pages could be writ-
ten and yet but little toid of the many
objects of interest and beauty to b?
seen there. The river, with its many
home front j dk, then
j py r have been made
'happy in th last few days. Mr. Jes-
sie Shipman and Miss Mary Hint on
wi-ro made one lest Sunday ; also Eld.
Morgan and Miss Mat tie Smith. We
! new names were enrolled on the W
ton club iist of pure JefFersonian De-
mocracy Saturday evening. Many ',1'! much haj-pim-vs ami
more will be enrolled soon Weston
is in need of a good mill. Our citi-
zens are tired of sending father to
success Farm labor has been great-
ly retarded on account, of rain and
still it rains. It is raining to-day; the
i Sherman, I'ilot Point, VanAlstyne or
| McKinney for a high grade of flour.
s If some company would build a good
mill here, emr citizens would take
stock in it It is believed now that _
the wrangle about the city council is at ! Wl,en they let it rain so, out I
farmer lias been kt-pt out of his field
since Tuesday. It. will be two or three
davs v* t before he can nlow. I'oor
fellows ! No wond-T they are form-
ing clubs t > work against the monopo-
or near a elo^e. Mayor Spencer and
Aldermen Ilunnion and Button have
resigned. New ofiicers will be elected
to till the vacancy.... Elder Douglas
was to have preached here yesterday,
but failed to do so, owing we suppose
to the inclemency of the weather. He
has not preached here for a number of
years and we would like to hear him
FROM ROW'LETT'S CREEK.
May 2G.—A severe hailstorm pass-
ed through this section last Tuesday
night which did considerable damage
to the growing crops. Corn was badly
split, scare ly a stalk left that escaped.
I hough it was only the blades, and at
this writing it looks a good deal bet-
ter than the next morning after the
hail. Wheat was worse damaged than
bridges, meandering its way through i corn. A great many crops are damag
the heart of the ci'y; San Pedro j «'d one third and some one half. Mr.
Springs, with its lake of lilies, its! Wick Graves is a heavy loser; he
islands of Caladiums and its bridges, thinks he will be cut short three or
upon which we stood aud sighed for a I four hundred bushels. Cotton was i
,l . j - - i , . , . ' racv was neeessary ttT* meet them jsnd
hook un.l line that we might be able not Jamapvl very much though it wc. th(;v ww a fcction'Wt « > M,(in-
to catch some ot the IF*1 | | ,"! ! <hn partv that -a9 trying to relieve
them. The old man set down on him
must tell vou something about the
farmers' c'lib at this place, they met
and re organized some two weeks since
elected delegates to the convention ot
the 20th and expressed their choice
for county offices, (boys and all voting)
these having their fun, but they r<-
convened last Friday night to ratify
and rectify at which meeting thev
thought they would get the strength
of their club so a cdl was made for
names, and six gave theirs and neither
of their delegates was of the number.
This conf.ised them. After fruitless
efforts they were on the eve of disband-
ing, when Elder Metcalf gave a flam-
ing speech in which he arrayed the
laboring class against the monopo-
lies and ring Democracy, calling them
rotten scabs and such slang names, af
tor which Elder Warthen asked per-
mission to speak. It was granted, lie
opened by telling them that the evil
was high tarilf, that the Democrats op
posed the tariff and the Republicans
favored it, and that a united Denioc
tinny tribe that swaiu in the waters ! Marshall county, Tenn., is visiting his
beneath; the government post, with son, E. P. Billingtou here. Also
its beautiful grounds and tower from i William Hardeson and hidv, of Tenn.,
which one may get a view of the entire ! : ro visiting friends and relatives here,
city; the plazas, upon which one may \ These gentlemen both express them-
meet with the sons of, and listen to selves as being highly pleased with
the language of, every nation of the | our Texas lauds. Mr. Hardeman and
II soon come world; the Alamo, where the noble l;olv will leave to-dav for Abilene,
>ung friemd, Iravis, the eccentric Crockett, the wnere they will spend sometime in
led from a heroic Bowie, wi'h their baud of pa-' visiting his brother at that place. Mav -^H.v
orts having triotic martyrs fell while fighting for ' 'heir stay here be long and pleasant, p'ace I
his father's j their country; the missions, fast fall- | Messrs. Fields & Barnes removed e;s are
ludy will leave
where thev will
so hard that he squealed For fear
of thewaite basket ill close. Success
to the Mewuky and straight Democ
racy an i Sam for clerk.
A Tkv YEAK OLD.
made a splendid sale of
beef cattle Grass having become iog into ruin*, where the untamed sav-
gooi "old Speck"' concluded she would - ages—children of the prairie, forest
not com" up to b-> milked. But Mr.! a!'d mountain—-were taught their first
Grundy's inventive geuius was equal lessons of civilization and true chris-
to the occasion. He procured two timity, is each an object of interest
leather jttraps something like hame ! peculiar to itself.As a place to spend
Straps only wider. He then put some! a ^ew months in the summer or winter
half doz°n spikes in each strap and be- ' it is delightful, and the quaint streets
tore turning her out in the mornin" ! *nd houses—and still quainter people
he buckles one on each tore leg just ! —add to its other attractions
their ea'tle from the 1-oote pasture
yesterday. We suppose thev ore fm-
ing to ship them. These are th<^ finest
cattle we have ever seen. They nnm
bered about 30 ) head With best
wishes for you, I close.
Mountain Bo v.
(Jood Collin Farm for Sale,
y about '200 ::cre>. J miles west of Me-
Kinnev. on Denton
FROM PLEASANT RIIWE.
Mhv 2-^.—S<-eii;g no news from this
♦ bought 1 wouid write. Farm-
busy battling with the weeds,
of which they have succeeded in de-
stroying the larger portion. Corn
looks well and promises an abundant
yield and a better prospect for wheat
j is seldom seen \Vre had the
1 ure o: attending ari exhibition
at Lebanon last Friday night,
was a grand success. We had
esting dialogues, recit itioris and
above the ho f. Like all other cows [ which cannot be equaled in any other wit'ii pienty *of 'goocC \'vater! t'i^ "!1'
lent music on organ, li- rj and violin.
Rev. Hunter passed through this
C. K. lilUXHi,
Physician and Surgeon,
Mc KINNEY, TEXAS.
P^OiVi.'o over B. F. Houston"? store.
Can be found at otfici -<lay or tdght.
II. L. PEAKSOX,
U> Dental Surgeon,
Cilice over Ardinger's store. Resi-
I elenee corner :!r i block north of O. S.
Presbyterian church. Teeth extracted
without pain. nS5.
the long list of goods that we carry and see if there is anything you want.
Fine China Tea Sets,
Decorated Tea Sets,
Decorated Dinner Sets,
(.ilass Table Sets.
Elegant Water Sets,
Magnificent Chamber Sets,
Pure White China.
Cups and Saucers of all kinds,
]Mates and Dishes,
Gold Band and Lustre Band Ware.
tiranite Iron Wape,
Tinware and Stove Pans,
Ice Cream Freezers.
Ice Cream Saucers,
Mocking Bird Cages.
Screen Doors and Windows,
The Rochester Lamps,
stand and Hanging Lamps,
The Best rocket Cutlery,
Knives and Forks,
Rogers IMated Spoons, Forks, <fce.
Fine Carpenters Tools,
Axes and Hatchets.
Nails, Hinges and Locks.
HOUSES, LOTS, &c.,
F. M. THOMPSON.
West Side Square.
BrinkeM & Faris,
; jzL. ar. X-s-A-TMHj,
General Feed Store,
East Louisiana Street, in building with
C-fcj^Feed of all kinds on hand at all
If you want the goods, we waht to sell them; and in order to make an
inducement to buyers we are going to put prices down
To the Very Bottom.
STITELER & CARROLL,
Hardware, Queensware, &c.,
East Side Square, over Jack StovalPe
Nice line of suit and pants goewls to
select from alwavs on hand. 30
II. P. MAUKHAM, M. I>.
Physician and Surgeon,
M< Kinsky, Texas.
Otliee opposite <'oliin Co. Bank. Res-
idence on Xortn Kv. street. 41
K. C. WHITE,
Att'y at Law,
Ani> Heal Estate Agext,
Shain's Block,Fast Side Public Square.
Will buy and sell lands, rent farms anil
city property and do a general real es-
tate business. A liberal share of busi-
ness in mv line is solicited.
"old Speck" becomes leg-weary after! c^tv in the state. It can only be1 grass": sixty acres in cultivation': a live pe^r'),,or^°°d visiting brethren. He
standing 8 or 10 hours and like other ' appreciated by making a visit to it. room dwelling, smoke house and cis- !a welcome visitor wheiever he goes.
cows too when she wants to rec'ine shf ' Olad would we have been could our scb^famW hurd^'HT r?sY""1' ) °f i ^oru prpsches at Lebanon
first gets on her knees with her hoofs ' visit have been extened indefinitely, easy. Address or enquin'^of' A^t!. D;'r-, ^l,sr J"r.p For fear
underneath and as she comes down the but alas! everything must hare an end palK -r>0~ East College St.. Sherman. ® waste bssket, I v. ill close wish-
spikes stick her and up she jumps. It —t e Collin county mugwump party
only requires a day or two to learn included —and for the want of time
them where to com^ to hav > the straps' (:,,id funds) we made our visit as
removed in order that thev m iv rest. short -is possible, and now we are at
Kitty Gkundy. j hom ■ again. OrvniER.
n }5 mg success to the Mercnrv.
Cheatham's Chill Tonic is both an
appetizer and strengthener and does
not produce roaring or buzzing in the
bead. Guaranteed to cure both chills
Mid fevers. Sold at McAulav cV Bro. 3-">.
L. A. S.
Catarrh cured.health and sweet breath
secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy.
Price . o cents. Nasal Injector free. For
sale bv H. C. Ilerndon.
Superior Cook Stoves and Eanges.
flOIIN i:. GIBSON, M. !>.,
Physician and Surgeon,
MrKINNEY. TLX AS.
fcST'OlHce opposite Foote Mouse.
MAX 8. MKT/, M. D.,
CORNER JOHNSON* BLOCK.
Physician and Surgeon,
Mc KINNEY, TEXAS.
r-vT'Oilice ^V<'st side of Public Square.
Special attention given to all Chronic
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Rudolph Bros. Collin County Mercury (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 16, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 30, 1888, newspaper, May 30, 1888; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191376/m1/2/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.