The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1888 Page: 1 of 4
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JULY 19. 1888.
ST TttBMMAlKOim lUUM'ifUBlOP
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overiluw* the hoM of our oiMlomera when
They get a Taste!
wav ofdoltx (I uflltieM. At llmt lh«y arc •nrprled, #nd look on In surase-
at the wav we iH*|.o e of l urnnln j. hut when they catch on the fact that
m BEST QUALITY t
well as the biggest quantity ever offered for like low prices,—well,
en they suille and walk right up to the oounli-r nml call for their bare.
id spend money until tbe purse Is empty but
THE MAN 18 FULL !
J satisfaction with bis bargains, or course they suillo; so do jur clerk*,
I do we; and we feel like raising our voices In a
COOD OLD CROW
t hen wo stand on top or the pile and feel ourselves master of the ultiia-
|on. Come alon tlita way,
see, spend and smile
STITELER & CARROLL,
I KAIJ£1M IN
>ves a Queensware,
Corner Johnson Block.
Revlasd and aSoptMl May Isnn.
1st. We believe in the oou-
trol and regulation of railroad
corporation* by the state and
national government no as to
prevent pooling, watering of
stock and all kinds of schemes
for unjnst purposes.
2nd. No further land monop-
olies should be fostered or per-.
milled by either our stum or
uationul government, and that
those in existence should be
dissolved as soon as possible by
legislation to thai end.
3rd. Tbat no new national
bank* should be chartered und
that with tile expiration « f the
charters of existing bunks the
whole system shouli end and
that the circulating medium of
the country should consist of
gold and sliver under a system
of free coinage by the govern-
ment supplemented by all the
legal tender greenbacks neces-
essary to secure the most am-
ple per capita, circulation of
money demanded by the inter
ests of the masses of the peo-
4th. We favor tariff for rev-
f.th. No more pensions should
be given to the wives or chil-
dren of retired or deceased of-
ficials of the government.
6th. In state affairs economy
and retrenchment is demanded
and the departments should be
reduced to the least necessary. „ , , . . . ,
clerical force, and the clerks words and deeds in thoir most
therein should bo required to favorable light, granting hon
in I ties of tinaaolal'
interests, should sat
declaration of intentions;
1. To labor for lbs educa-
tion of the agricultural cla——,
in the science of
eminent, in a strictly
8. To endorse the molto,'
things essential unity;
all things, charity.
3. To develop a
state, mentally, morally,
officers iu maintaining law
5. To constantly strive to
secure entire harmony and
good will among all mankind
and brotherly love among our-
6. To suppress personal, lo-
cal, sectional and natioual per-
indices; all uuheulthfui rivalry
and all selfish uinbitiou.
7. The brighost jewels
which it garners are the tears
of widows aud orphans, and
its imperative commands are to
visit the homes where lacerated
hearts are blessing; to assuage
the sufferings of a brother or
sister; bury the dead; care for
the widows and educate the or
phuns; to exercise ohaiity to-
wards offenders; to construe
I of onriu-
me, tbla the 91st 4a n
, A. D. 1888.
^ i W. M. Barron,
Clark Dial. Court.
Blue Ridge, Tex., <
July 10th, '88 (
As I have not bothered \ <<ur
hospitality of /our columns,
I thought 1 would give you a
1 have not been aft over the
precinct this campaign, bat
Id air o««
The ■ftalghii ilalw had their
>s. Ha wit
IKri.lXK T. |i,r,4K
b..* .arasfvES:; *«>«« «<
bv them due;
treasurer' has properly kept ■onJet^'n*i 1 wonder if it isn't
aaltlli ♦ n ill.! •« n a vtlAw
Dana* or the county treasurer I election
all money received bv them due I m.
' - - I I h^y p
l thought they were going
thecounty, and that the county to (^sv 0f! being disposed of, 11. 11. Gallo
(«aun* h.a i."— something, 1 wonder if it isn t —ly, canuidate for Hoater. wa*
lied for and respond *m| in a
M. .\iveii,'J 10*
Puisi.aiil to .4 mil III i le .j , ——-
Chairman Pickrti, the i "nvei. Austin, Texas, July IJ
veinlou of tlie C C il, bo pie Judge Terrell will puhbsh H
ciuctui. 4, re-con veiled at Dub I card in the Statesman to nor
liu on Saturday, July the 7tIt, j row affirming positively thai
for the purpose of nominating u he will not accept the ctouiiua-
oandidate for County Couiiuis tion for the star« senate if leu
sioiier. to UU the vacancy cans dered. Recently he indicated
ed by the failure of W. M., in a letter his unwillingness to
Housewtight to accept tile nom- tuu. but stated that his objec
Ination. The convention was"t «a would not permit him to
organised by theelection of VV.I refuse an unsought nomination.
H. liuff. aa president ltd .1. L Thia having lieei, mi.-c meirumi
White as secretary. Tin* pies to be an announcement an
ideal declaring that nomiua a candidate, he now pon^satjT g
tious for commissiouei wem in declines to become a candidate
older, the aauus of Ueaiy M to any way, so k appears his
M and W. C. Parker wore old enemies will say he le
, and Mr. Daniel was i sfraid he caunotgei the aomin*
nominated on the ftrst ballot, ation, but the truth apfiears to
The business of the convention if he wante I it and *aid
same credited to the various
funds in a systematical nnd
>ri uiary-election-con ven •
business style, ami has .lisburs- J" hftVW « good honest con ven
edt said money us per vouchers w.h«revery bod v could
careful I v checked und i>vnmin ' v.° ' ®l,(' ' counted, where
H, Edward's Music Hssse
T&8 iind^rSS Elm fi9troot,^I>alla«. Texas.
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largest stock kept by any house in North Texas. Send
for prices before buying elsewhere.
terson, President, T.'t. Emerson, Vloe-lWt, T. 11. Emerson, Cashier
irst National Bank.
Of Mr; Kinney, Tosas.
Capital and 8nrplus, • - S100,000.
wUs exwhangc on the principal cities in Europe. First clssa pape
^oua: Francis Emerson, T. T. Emerson,T. U. Emerson, .fno. L. Lovejoy
■iness Hours—8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Chronic Diseases Cured.
Dr. E. E. PHILLIPS,
LOCATED AT 9
konville, ... Tens.
*Mf"tlon,tV,U rhronlc diserses, and uses a great many new
iioat poaitlve mediclncn in hla practice, by which he hap fluccMdetl In curing
r)|,ITw' H,ane> and n> dd«r Plseas*
nuatlsm. Indigestion, (atarrh, Liver Diseases, t bronlc fleers. Sore Legs,
Nervousness. Knlarged Spleen. Bronchitis.
i.wJ^.1?. I nrlifl 1 ' ore.Ky«« and Uranulated Lid*. IMles, and all
laltroubles. snoh_ss Hstula and! lnera, etc, also Ladlea* true and best Kilend.
TrvL° u1*.) jJro"b'e frf"1 t'hild-Beith, Leneorrbea and all female
i-♦ i nn<, r,,y pcrtlculars FREE. All commnnkatlons an*
I at once, In per5on when desired. E. E. PMLLIP8. Box tW.
Tit aeftir- •
iRiwterco.t «pi ok m
Mi. if una m
labor at least niue hours a day.
7th. All public lands, such as
the school lands, etc., should be
held for actual settlers.
8th. The school ages should
be extended from 7 to 21.
l)th. We think ex officio al-
lowances in this county are un-
necessary to make our county
10. We believe a third term
in any office to be undemocrat-
ic and unsafe and that it is in
esty of purpose and good
ind to p
tect the principles of the Alii-
tentlons to others; ana to
the line of perpetuities and
that fjood government demands | «1>- Dkmocuat
attce unto deatli. Its laws are
reasou and equity, its cardinal
doctrines inspire purity of
thought aud life, its intentions
are " peace on earth and good
will to all men."
Gray Bill, Tex., |
brief speech which deailv
shown tiial lie is well po l<*d un
r"um i the political issues < t* the «i.n
i.^. ... ..ii u ■ wr"®r,# ' and satisfied his hearers of his
VM .... iUp"'" r,""1 f,,r l .*>(> i fur liu.
hand dUtributea tlu* vnrtou. !' t,ra! "" J li.i i.Hkn. When Mr. ('tillownv
oue, as it were in their Inst.
There are some «ood men in
their ranks here who
atleinl to tlieir own
mi lie would get it without an
carefully checked and examin
ed hy us, leaving balance In his
fun^ls as follows:
Court House Funds..
Kosd and Hridire
Total bal. in Treas.
Which amount wh fond to be
correct by actual count.
Upon examination of County
Collector l'owell's books and
reports, we find that he has
paid the state all sums charged
July 10th, '88.
that it should be condemned
and abandoned by the voters at
the ballet box.
11. Reduction of taxes is de-
manded by the general and
-t 0. ..UMWUk, HUil mWV, V^.
onr commissioners' court.
12. And we demand that leg-
islation in the future should
guard and piotect the interests
of the laboring and producing
classes equally with all other
interests of the county, believ-
ing tbat the prosperity of the
county depends upon the pros-
perity of these classes.
i:t. That arbitration is the
best mode of settling the troub-
les between capital and labor
until time nnd experience indi-
cate a better mode.
JOHN S JENKINS. TOM AKUltEW*.
Jenkins & Andrews,
(SuceaMor io Joimaonsnd Jenkins)
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
McKinney, : ; Texas, j should have
As 1 have uot given my views
on the political issues of the
day, I thought I would drop a
few hints for the publio from
!%!« |>n*| aI
is a rumor
| ed to the ring party, I will
my reason for belonging to
Collin County Democracy par-
For the last 8 yearfl I have
been noticing tho electioneer-
in schemes of Collin county,
and a few demagogues run the
whole thiug aud talk to me
about the democrat partv be-
ing divided, who, divided, it is
a Few of the leaders of the
county. Now to prove this
they tried to do the same thing
in their convention at McKin-
noy the Hrd of this month You
see tho boys of tho county are
learning the CCD party that
they had a right to say who
and who will not tell
that is not tIn* truth.
1 admire them, but there are
some who does not step at any
thing, it matters uot how foul,
filthy, or Indecent.
1 am just 24 years old
this month, and never voted at
but oue general election, and
then I voted for every man on
the democratic ticket of Collin
county. 1 have read every na-
tional political platform that
was ever adopted hi the United
States, aud I believe there isas;
«ood aud sound principles laid
down in our democratic plat
form as any of them, taking
the welfare of the people, the
resinned his seat, ciuliii iusi.ic
calls were made for Howard
Pickett who stepped forward
Utld proceeded lo deii\e| one ol
tile best speeches ol I lie i *1 III
paign. He entertained the an
dience nearly two bonis, and
must have beeu greatly ur.tiih
ed at the manner in which his
eloquent effort was leceived.
At tin* conclusion of Mr. Pick
eft's remarks it was unanimous
ly voted tnathe be requested to
canvass the precinct fori lie C
0 1>, which he agreed to do
Hefole the crowd dispersed M
was agreed that the t' I' 1) <>f
precinct no. 4 have a grand rai
ly aud picnic, at Dublin, at an
early day, and the following
Itiiu 1STIIjr Kditur
'I le* inl'atnuiiou of Henry W.
Moore, late editor of t!ie
Ijwiiis post l>i.-pntcli, ioi ids
paramour, the lieautilul and
rich Mrs. Norton, wife of the
piouiiiieiit iheatticnI inaiiiiuer,
seems to have "rallied" him.
Anivinn in Kuus;i-> ' ity,
Mooie kie*\\ so little ol <immaII
ii iture as lo trust In-* inituiuie
friend, William Thornton,to f..>r-
w.nd utiiiaiv lli.'tl had been h it
behind in hisllighi wiih hishai d
some iniiiiioraia. A dispatch
to that eiteei, signed Henry W.
Mason, revealed tie* identity of
the editorial Lothario. Norton
tile desel led Illlsbaild Was lit
once informed, and a warrant
a* once sworn on The tii a<'h
ei v of Thornton toward* | i <
liiends .,!eeuiri as desjiieable as
the mi •.•lee U ot Moon . and as
coiis]>iitetii■* as the editor'n
woeful lack of shrewdness In
■Win*! Uiui in fill mid hoM. f„m, of t(,fcln xti.-li
comptroller« reowpt for hiuiih ,|w u«.>ul«, ibS V 1 w w . . u,
alao holdH oouutv tr tt un.r « h,lt,kin „„M Uri|t. "!«««•"■;W K""""' .
'"""P'" 'ur « <• quMllun a taiicli.nliu i„ | .f'.'"' w,„N f" What
county up to May 1st, ns per from Robert Housewright, Wm. San
•• 'port, w; nntt ih«tS«.I«2S! a
I said to the
report, we tint mat in
hni collected since May 1st ihe
State Occupation Tax 2(14.75
OI1t« over II. (I. llornduirn tJfuK iitor-', Norili-
whI rororr pulilio
Goo. ft. HMITTI,
Ollluv over 1.1>. Newsome'v.
McKlNNKY, - • - TKX
M. O. AIIKKMATtlY, W. >1. UtKltNATIIY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
McKINNEV, - - TKXAS.
Olllcii over 1 !> Newnouiu v Soii'h itorr.
H H. I.. Pearson, ^
OOiee ovor Ardlniror's atom. Kenl-
denoe corner third block north O. H.
Prttbyterlsn ehurob. Teeth extracted
without pain. :i6;ly
Brinkerhoff & Faris
NoKINNEY, : t TKXAS.
ut them there Eli. I have
this from tw of the dele-
It is not necssarv forme logo
into the political history of the
Of above sum he has paid
county occupation tax $1H2.:15
leaving balance he Is due the
stale I32H.D2. Which amount
we find amply provided for in
We would respectfully sug
gest that the commissioners
court require all justices of the
pence in the county to be
prompt in the rendition of their
quarterly reports, which would
materially aid future finance
committees in their work, and
by so doing save money to the
There are a few of these fellows
over hear, who knows every
body, w hether hoover seen him
or not. if he is in favor of the
people having a say us to how
the oflices shall be filled or con
Why, sir! these same Hiuart
atex's maim to know tiow n«
and all his fathers and grand
• The o> ra ton I'cinimis Hie,
mo >i vividly, ol the scene w lieu
four \ eat :< ago I n eeiv ed U
message from m\ part) • intilar
neiit arrangements. On motion
fathers voted before liim', and 'h"
furnish the Wylie Herald and
ders, ,1. H. Daniel aud Robert
llogail. A special committee
on preparations was appointed
composed of J. A. Caruiack, W
(i.Maynnrd nnd .1 II King The _
Committees wore inslincted lo to mat vv• 11• -1: y. n n >v deliver,
meet, at Dublin on Satuidny With all that has pasvd ince
July 21st, lo appoint the date that day, I can 'inly say 'hat
for the picnic and make pcrmu 'he leeim/sol awe with whii h I
' hear the sunimous then is in
I,unsifted manv fdd when it is
sir, they always tell that they... ... „ - . .
are either blackhearted repub I McKinney Dkmocua i with the
licans, grand rascals, thieves, I proceedings. « f the meeting,
and everything else. , } he «>nv«nlion f om, adloiirned.
There has been some of these • ^ hue,
Who would have thought it <
Since the president of the Tex
as State Alliance has been
placed upon the non partisan
tall ringsters, busying them
selves by circulating over the
country that I was a republican
ami therefore, according to
their way of thinking, I was one
Now, they need not bother
themselves nbout me, for I did lu.ket the partisan press of the "'J,., ^nViie «bMuocnicyMfoVVhe
♦ !!«t^/ii,!!! Slate have displayed a tender successlnl operation of a gov
Holiritnde for file Welfare of I he eminent by the people and for
Alliance that is truly touching p**opl«l. I"" ' ' n"1 kin-w
, . . K, e . , how abso utely necessary their
and p'lthel ic. No fond doting .... . J
repeated now Four years ago
I knew that our chief executive
ollit'e, if noi eatefnll v guaided
might drift 11111•• by little awa)
from the jieitpl** o whom il be
longed and heconie i perversion
of all il. ought to he, hni I did
not know how inu- li its moor
nigs had already been loosen
I saw, four years ago, how
well devised were the prill
the present campaign.Hut when
I do I want some opposition
stronger than the other side can
We find that the assessors show up in a fair square gentle
rolls are greatly mutilated hv manly way. It made me mad
constant handling, and will when I first heard this report,
soon be rendered worthless If | but it is beneath my notice,
not properly bound VVe there i and I will say that it is an in-
fore respectfully suggest that ] famous falsehood. 1 am not prosperity of the Alliance. Is
the commissioners court make one of thai nort. of boys who it not strange how h-iig they
an appropriation to have said votes for a man be mil„UK,.,i to couin I iie-u real
county, as a hint to wise is suf-1 rolls substantially bound. cause my father did. f|i(<| n||(, liri.Hl.I1(l,fl ,|ie
iicient. We would further respectful No, sir! if that is the way ... . ..
Now, as to the jury fund be- (ly suggest to the commissioners these fellows does, it is a god's I'"1''" Jl" altitude l supieme
pumeur. i^o prili« ation tliHU was for the n
father ever displayed greater storation to the people of their
interest in his own and only safety and prosperity. I knew
heir than do those papers in the that abuses aud extravagance
had crept into the management
of public affairs, but I did not
know their innumerable forms
ing out that has been thrown court tho necessity of invest blessing that their fathers was indifference to the fate ol that
at Judge Johnson as far that Ing the $0,205.:-!I. permanent not donkeys, for they in their organization in *' v ■
would have been the case if | school fund now in the treas simplicity would h ive follow- however, whei
county treasurer, we find that«
large amount of the interest on
court, like we people did not schoollands sold, remains un
know that appropriations were j paid, and we would suggest
allowed by vote of the body I tbat yonr honor call attention
they may talk tbat the C CD of the commissioners court to
party is dead they will find out, the necessity of prompt and
about next November. speedy collection of same,
As for me goiug out of the which would materially in-
democratic party, I have uot crease the length of school
the past Now,
ten those horrid
mm partisans have dared
ing consKteraoie to the avail j "o not kiiow wnctuor my lam ••uter politics and nominal'
al Ie school fund for the benefit er H a democrat or not, but I Alliance man they at. once show
of tho children of Collin conn do know that I am a democrat how deeply and strongly they
ty. and belong to the democratic j |uv,. tj,at urder. and in pleading
Upon examination of the . party because the platform, I u Mr jol,es not
school land book, kept by the thougnt, was in favor of protec J
Wolf bad stayed in office or ury, in some good, safe infer ed up the old family tradition
anyone else. Abby harped on est bear!ug bonds, thereby add- would have been one too. I
this jury fund high when ho; ing consblerable to the avail |(l" not know whether my fath
was at this place, but the peo-
ple of Gray Bill have hearatoo
much such stuff as that to be
f;ulled, he tried to make it look
ike if they put him in the
county judge chair, he would
run the whole commissioners
tion to the poor class of people
in the country, while the re
publicans, I don't believe it.
No more this time.
Jas. P. Dotson.
to do anything lo injure ihc
order, not to take any course
that might compromise its in
nor the tenacity of their grasp.
I knew, then, something of the
bitteruem of partisan obstruc-
tion, but I did not kn< w how
bitter, how reckless, and how
shameless it could I• I knew
too. the American- were patri-
lo otie and just.lint I did not know
in how grandly they loved their
country, nor how noble and
g nerons they were, and i shall
nob dwell upon the acts aud
policy id' tin- administration
now drawing to its • lo.-e. Its
record is open to every cilixeu
of the land, and yet I will not
be denied the priv ilege of as-
, . serting at this time that in the
tegrety or impair its usefulness HX,.rcls,. t,r t,H, funr,io.,s or the
aud especially to have nothing high trust confined to me. I
to do with "noli partisan" poli have wielded obedience only
And House Decorators
31. f. MKTSB, M. I>.
Homaopathic Physician a ii Surgaan
t'hrunlr iII«<,iix<>h «ikI iUupkxch f wo-
men Mini rllllltrell N nhffillllv. AHll IU.
ilny iir nijfhl nl lilmiltlrc lit li iireiMpt-
l> ttlli nilfil In.
oitli-f up NiHlr« in hiiii> liuililino.
I>i*. < mow.
Often hi* lkrofpx*ioti!il tmlci to the
MrKINNKV ANII VK'INITY.
. _ j To the voters of Precinct No
We find that the county tax 1-
colli ctor is not supplied wiih| | desire fo state that I am a
for Constable, sub
and don't expect to. I have
went out of the ring party and
expect to stay out.
I think If the laboring people ' books necessary for the proper rarifijfinf(,
will stick lo the democrat party keeping of the business of his ... . ,, ,,, ,, .
and send enough such men as . office, (n necessity which he has •lH,?t "M' Collin i/oiitiiy I em
I have been so busy
Judge Hare to (Congress that, largely sii
ilied at. his own ex jwracy.
I hey will get relief if they keep! pense) and if In the province of j with my crop that 1 have uot
contending for the rights. jyour Honors authority,: |ta,| opportunity to sen the
, «. ; we would suggest that you
Now, Mr. Alitor. y.,o be mn |ln>trn,., K",„,Ini1)«|„,;„rB i
ful how you send out your re !conrt lo s„.>p|v the ner««sarv i
ports of the couul> fund, as Ab- I books required in collectors of- j'b>n, aud I
we would suggest that yon | vwtHM |W , ,|.*siror|, but I will
not to believe the pa
* 'olfttt i
Now, in cotislunion. I Imv
no personal enmity sgniust
8 Years Obssiver.
A 5000 loom cotton mii for
the instill fact uring of the liner
grades of ginghams, seers nek-
W-IKRU .1, I . ^ Mt«bll.hod it
ca; ,r I n u th- «ni
iirirr.so,.i. i iCiH-.i 'mill of the kiad in the world
H M1I «*)«.♦
in justice to Hie various
county offices your committee
'' takes pleasure* in Minting that
we have fonnd their leioks audi
offices neatly and correctly
kept. To all of whom we ten
der onr thanks for favors and
courtesies ex'ende l us.
All of w hich we r* spectfully
have (IIy crop in good coitdl-
want lo say thai
if I receive tie nomination, I
e.Speil towolk I'ol ill" tl • * *esS
of the nid do all I cm
|'o| I lie si|ei'e«s of 11 lie tb-lll' " I a •
Sin*, .vood Female
.it 'latinion, Y.i . opens |
I T 8. Letson.
f'oia > Howard Pickett,
' J. fj. flreer
Subscribed ami sworn to be
|.Shf-. Spei-ial altelitioll is KlV
en to Art and Music. For cat
J ulogue and pariiculnrs. nddre s
J. I. M i-sev. A M , Htauntoii,
ties; that under no circumsrau
ces should lie accept the nomi
nation tendered him. They
dread that Mr. Jones would be
injured hy such a course ; I hey
know that the Alliance would
he virtually ruined by such tic-
lion on his part All at oure
I he \ have 11 i sco vet ed the ina-_
niliceiit possibilities before him
if he w ill but avoid politics and
remain at the head of ihe Alii
atire Many edit01 s who !iith
el to II pp.11 eli 11 V belie i ed lliit
I lie • til" o| til v t|.i
of more ihi it doubtful mini v
and inii' h of iis leiiidnui's al'-o
lutely daiigeioUH.now lie awake
at niuhis devising un ans to
save ilie order from the n >n
parti mtiK and io the old p-uty
to'the constitution and my
obligation of my oath of ofli
I have done those things
which, in the light of the un
derstanding Clod has given me,
seemed most conducive to ,the
welfare of my country m *n and
promotive of good government.
I would not, if I could, for my-
self, nor for yon, avoid a -ingle
consequence of a fair interpre
tation of my course. Il bill re
mains for me io say to you;
and through you to fbe demo-
cracy of the nai ion, that I «•
rcpt the nomination with
which they have honored me,
and I bat i will in due time,
signify such m i eptnuce in 'lie
u ini foiinatnl manner.
S'evyi such a revolution '
lillieiit ejected i l wO
time It is wonderful
extreme. South West.
The farmers c inu t e\jn i f to
have their iire"estf< < >ns(dered
|e t in national legislation a^ sltai>-
hon i t.*| by polilh.i! i.ni -< while
tfl the their full vole if. pledge d to a
patty without reft ivniv to its
■ ii i ii principle* or platform. They
If you want the le-st pap'-i should approve ihe goiMl snd
fMthlnhed in this county tat.e condemn the had in psftbs.--
Ihe DkVockat Alliance Journal.
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Kirkpatrick, E. W. The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1888, newspaper, July 19, 1888; McKinney, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth191538/m1/1/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Collin County Genealogical Society.