The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 18, 1889 Page: 1 of 4
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ID AY. AP1JIL 18. 1889.
ONEY TO LOAN.
O u o
B. WATKINS L. M. CO.
M. W. JOIISBO*. W. «.
Johnson A Sproles.
MeKIRRKY, TEX AH.
Attorneys:-: At:-: Law,
All business eutrusted to
their rare will be promptly
ulln tine t ixM U|M by itohnmi
£ Jenkins in JoImboa blwk.
(i .1 II o O O
|ol<S' w il KKIRh r>'M «MUHRWa
Have been making loans in Jenkins & Andrews,
Collin county for six (6) years ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
and ar* now entering on their McKinney, : Texas,
seventh They take iliis ineth- j Cl
( il .f tliutiHini; the people for
tit* it liberal patronage, ami re-
spectfu.ly solicit a continuance
of the same.
They wish to say that they
tire now prepared to
P H O. Hwudou'adruif alore. Nnrtfc
pa bile nutr*
M. a. MOUUTHY.
; MwumtxY, • t
Office over i D Nowmiiit 6 Son * Mori
ve Better Terms ceo. d.parkm,
[heretoi iv, and you will
lys find it to your iulereet
jll on their attorney,
. S. JENKINS,
procure blanks, lill out
own ap| iieation, and Have
of agents and managers.
S. Jenkins has a small
mnt of money that he will
on good personal security.
Physician ind Surgion,
| McKINNBY, t t t TEX«
Ollicc over F. Hoimton'a store
ten Ik- fi.Mild t office both day art)
If MMOHI Of
ot«t ruction of kh«h,
Hi it wt. aomt'tuux*
NEWS OF THE VIKL
land, or if he so elects he way The ('read af Am AgaostJr. must choose between tha con
. initials bis claim by actual , " t ception of the world, of (Jod.
•ii. iiUiiMiiS tbr thi ttetd' ..i . • * . j | . A t rllii l iu ol lutrmollliui b) « 1 ' . u' " UUUl
iriaf Iho^ilwrat ••ttlement on land which mas' Hotoo cienryma... « > and destiny, as set forth
T-^-r— r-r- . . .1 consist of some act or acts con in tin* authoritative creeds of
russels, April 4.—Advices i ■acting himself with a partic At the church of the I'nity, the orthodox churches of to
ived from Stanley Fall* I wlar tract claimed by said act yesterday morning, Kev II..I. day if 1 had to chooae between
that the Arabs who have or acts, to be eip. valent to an Xavuge preached on "Ingersoll- these and the positions of Col.
fed ther* report that Stan- nounoeiuent of Mitch a* bin in ism." The idea, he Maid, of IngersoJI, I would take my
md Kiuiii Fasha ware heard (entton, and from which the which Col. Ingersoll is at pres place gladly and lovingly and
in February. They were public generate may have no ent the most promitieut expo tenderly by his side, let the
uuuehing toward Kanxi tice of his claim. n^nt in the country, are not. outcome be whatever it might,
[with several thouaand men, Thereafter he is allowed three new. I suppose that he would Bather than accept the old
>n and children. They months within which to make not claim that thej are. Nor view of (Jod and of His relation
ti.iHki tu*ks of ivory. his claim of record by entry in are his methods original, ex-; to Ilis children, as set forth in
It* Arabs who brought the the district land office. I in cepi so far as they spring out the old creada, 1 would rather
of Mfinley and Kmltt ar close for your further iufortua of his personal characteristics try to lighten human burdena,
at Stanley Falla in Feb-, lion copies of the circular of and peculiarities. * * * to lift the weight of some heart
They claimed to have
■ H. L Pearson,H
Office ov«t Artllnirer'a (tore. Red-
deuce corner third lileck north O. 8.
Preahyterlriii church. Teeth extrcted i
without oaln. :«l;ly
ly Machine tliat^will
Sew Hackwards as well
ice over H. C. Herndon's Drug Store,
Northwest Corner Public Squ ire,
Molt INN 10 V. - o— o— o - o—o—o—o—o— o—o -TKXAS.
M. M. MKT/, M 1).
LMHEY & PARDUE,
Lshels of corn wanted in exchang
• Lumber. Parties contemplating
ilding will do well to call befre
Behr Bros 6c Co.,
Carpenter & Smith's a m ORGAN
Sohl direct from Factory,
Send for catalogue prices term;'
etc, etc, to
930 Main st Dallas.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon i
Chronic «llae«ei ml dUe aea of wo-
men nmi children n specialty. All call*,
day or night nl hi*office will he prompt-
ly intended to.
Office iii> Nlitlr* in StllVt hulldliiK.
I> t. fllKW,
Oiler* III* I'mfeanlonHl service to th
McKlNN'KY ANt> VICINITY.
Office—Up stalra over C'olcDiin
J. A. NEEL,
And Hesse Deeerator.
Quiet, Light Running and Ad
justable in all its parts
No one can do him
Tha On Sovamant On.
Chicago, 111., April l*i.~ A
dispatch from Wichita, Kan.,
say a: Mayor Barker arrived
here last night from Oklahoma,
and reports that the soldiertt
are not equal to the tank of
keeping the booners out. They
•lip into the country and con-
ceal themselves so effectually
in the woods that the scouts
cannot find them.
Every Hiatieu of the Santa
Ke road is guarded, and only
thosehaviug permits are allow-
el to get off the t>aius.
The Santa Ke ha* nearly
completed the depot at tint li-
ne, and workmen are engaged
on the laud office building at
The bolder id black with
boomers awaiting the openiug
of the country. Many of them
are in very destitute cireuui
The President's Nan Arrested.
New York, April II. Mr.
ltujsell 11 ar ri sen was arrested
this afternoon on the charge
of having published in his pa
per, the Montana Live Stock
Journal, an article taken from
Jan. 1,1HSU, and April I, IWW. Col. ingersoll is not an athe crushed, to wipe out the teara
ully, ist. lie is only what Huxley from some ey**, to do some
WLAUKit, I and Herbert Spencer and many Utile thing in order to help
i Otket1 aoientilic men tt) day arc i make the world happier and
- -an agnostic. If yon aak him brighter, MUf then fal! asleep
whether there is any (fed, lis forever, and I would thank Ood
says, "1 den't know." Me only for the dnst, and the worms,
feels that there is no such Hod and the darkness, and the eter-
as the one who has been eel ual silence, Infinitely more thau
forth in the creeds ef the or
thodox church, lie does not
light against tlod, but only
against certain partial, inconi
the HuHalo paper accusing ex- .
u t Tj plete, unworthy, cruel conc tp
Gov. Schuvler Crosby of Mou , V . .
. * , lions of t od It was he who
tana, with having stolen ewels
Will take ha> , corn, oats and
wheat in exchange for lumber.
July *i«ih, 1868.
Chronic Diseases Cured.
Dr. E. E. PHILLIPS,
*mersville, - " - Texas.
JevoteN I'Kpccliil nilelitlun to nil chroi i<- ilitenn-H. nnd n*e n ureal many ne«
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J. R. PADGITT. CHAS. I. BRANTLEY.
It IT I L 10 H (S. s-j
Mr Kinney, Tel.,
offer their *ervlce« to the citizens ol
Mr Kinney ii ml *urroundi~gct>iintry.
heave urdera with Vcnne\ A I'ardiifl'
Hum opened, nl i he old Htiiiid < f'
W. K. Miller, in Melinnu. a
8eeing This Ma-
First Prize nnd Gold Medal ov
ur nil competitors at
the World's Expo-
sition at New
for live ^j'enrs.
Union Manufacturing Co.
Little Hock, Ark.
J. I*. Crouch & Co., Agents
Mc Kinney nnd Karmersville,
Iaforced Idleuasi la Prison.
from a Washington lady. Mr.
Harrison came on from VY.i.sh
ingion last night for the put
pone of having the papers in
suit served on him A warrant
wuh iusiiwd by Judge Heacli of
the .supreme court, who lixed
the bund ut $r iHwi. Stephen IV
Klkius, vice prcHident of the
Park batik and NV. J. Arkell
of the Judge Ill-came Mr. Ilarri
son's boudsiueii Mr. Ilarri
son was not iu charge of his
paper at the time the article
! was pablishcdaud knew noth-
ing about it, When his alien
| ti on was drawn to the fact that
John Buffalo paper had not
told the truth Mr. Harrison of
once «aid: '
I do not know
is a 1.1 oil or not
I would thank Him for ilia
heaven, with me at his right
hand, while from below rose
the smoke and cries of those in
torment. I do uot know ^ne
word of th* teachings of Col.
lugersoll concerning any of the
great .iiiestioiiM t>f human inter
New Yoik, April II.
G. Whittier, the venerable
rr !'a"WriUt" ,'h" fo,""win« I feruil't'n llubii.h'u ui'.ulii',' 7.'-
letter to Wm, F, Roiind, 8 cr«* triustiuii. Thto. howvr. Mr.
tar j of th. prison a .ociation,; Cro8l wollW nol acP t.
aPPr0P°® of tils «eetlliK of lliat llml Mr
I have lived, 3*011 see, in one est that is not noble, tine, true,
of the rural districts of the sweet, healthv as the air and as
universe " What, next, is his fragrant as the lilies of the
attitude regarding a future Held I d« not know one word
life' I kiuiw nothing more of his positive teaching con
sweet and beautiful than some reruing human interests that
of the things he has said about vv« need wish to blot out. The
death and immortality Here defects of liitrersollism are
again, he is an agnostic, say purely negative. I cannot re
ing simply, "1 don't know." KrUn[ t'ol. Ingersoll's philoso
lie believes that. if llterebea phy of the universe us a pro
future, the only way to be found philosophy. 1 do n<>t
ready for it is to live a noble, think that lie grasps the taeau-
sweet and true life here Then i n^ of ihe universe in its en
there is his attitude toward the tirety. I believe with my whole
Bible. According to popular soul iu God as the necessary
opinion, lie has spent a large key to an explanation of all
part of his public life ridicul tj,at |M | r„K,ar,i (<ol. i„g*r
Work guaranteed. Also wood
wo k. Horse shoeing a spec-
ialty. Call around when in Me.
I i - h : 1 Oi 1 4 1c
Mrs. Fannie Johnson,
—DBA I.KB IN—
AND FANCY CiOOUKS.
sole Agent for the Celebrated
"Lovir Family Stwlnt Mactiini,
which ha* a BI'lTON HOI.K attach-
ment which innkAi a Perfect Hntton
Hole Bueli a* uiada h> hand.
ilullon llolea worked for &*M!ta pr dux.
"I.OVK" Sewing Machine S40, with
Sll attachment*, cheapeat for caab.
Two l>oora W«wt Fonte Honae
•HI LADIES' FAVORITB.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
If yen ilmlre t<. jmr. Iiam- tiaewlnir inaclitn®
aak our n
prlnc*. I .
dlract U> noarwit «■ 101;
ill our ngent at ynur |iln< « for U rtn* anil
hi riiiinot fliiJ our wr-nt, write
NEW HOSE SEWING MACHINE &l
dticaeo - 2| UNION SQUARE NX-. OAOAS,
BTLoju.xrt. ■j nl aatca.eaL
J. 1*. C'roioii &i Co.. M< Kinney
association, which will be held
here next Monday evening:
"My dear Mr. Round 1 ain
glad to hear that a public meet-
ing is to be held in your city to
protest in the name of Chris
tianity and humauity against
th«* enforced idleness in pris
Otis, perilous alike to body aud
mind, whiuh can only result iu
tilling your prisous with mani-
acs. My sympathies are with
th«' laboring class in all their
just demands, ami I would f;i
vor every legitimate ineasur«
which promises to beni-lit them,
but the suppression of labor
in prisons is too small a gain
foi them to be purchased by
the i ransforination of prisons
into madhouses. I trust fur
ther reflection and a know ledge
of the dreadful consequences
of the *!ow torture of brooding
idlsuess will ere long induce
them to forego what must be a
vei> 111Hiug benefit at bent
With my &••*! wishes for suc-
cess in your philunf hropu-
•n ieavors, I am veiy truly ihy
How Kit try Is Made.
ing the Bible. Ho has never
uttered one single word of ridi
rule for the Bible itself. He
bus only ridiculed certain un
should write, him a pe^onal, founded conceptions of the
letter of apolof^ and also print which he regarded as
the same. Mr. Harrison de-
clined to do this and Mr. Cros
by hopes by having line u
rested to force him to do so.
standing in the way of human
freedom, and the progress of
tinman thongnr, tie noes not
bell eve iu the theological
soil's philosophy of wil as not
profound, for if there be a God
the evil is destined to fly away
in the presence of the eternal
sunlight. I cannot regard his
pilosophy of human nature
this wonderful and mysterious
human soul as either pro
founa or cghij-ii in, (lo t%ia
too niueh in the surface of
la Defense of Hip Month.
lapital and Surplus,
Iro Oatvantc Bodv
ft- Ik itaii'i aiupanaorv
%aro guaranined to
Lrtira litis rollnelnit
faiaeaMM narnoly a,I
r t< hxiimaun V o m •
y| taiaui. , an.inutA,
v Utnaral ani .^erv
ou habilitjM <Mti«
.. aejr Dimmmw. Mar*«o ti.- *.
IffMbliM UaiuaJ a*bai.*Moa. wa.uat
tss£ 22, Swsvb? wss
diaaaasa ecruuuae to the wotaber acmui or.
fan* of mala or tnnala. tent to ra.pm-ii. *
feartia* on M day* trial. Electric in*oii-> II
|*n<l ae poataaa forfraa llioatrattd paim.ii %
Sara ii I *** No't4,
EMrtt M ui W
COM BIS ID.
No publication that has been
made in recent years has ui
tracted the attention of the en
lire cotirihy to sueli a degre«>
as has the article on the Clay
ion murder by Senator .lames
K Jones «f ArkaiiMiH in Ih «
North American Review. The
importance of such an aiticlc
at this time can scarcely bees
timated. A legislative ser
vice Oil the committee of ways
i and means iu the house lirst
1 directed the attention of the
country to Senator Jones.
In his service in the house
which included the Korty
Severn h, Kor'v eiyhi and Kori v
n ill ill Hesaions of coimress, ho
became known to the lonutjy
as a legislator of nio*e lhan
usual Ihoiigbifuluees ami a far
better e(|uipmcnt than is ^t*n
erally to be found. His pro
motion to the l.'nited State*
senate was the logical and
proper sequence of his course
of service in the house. He
so borne himself in the
seiiute that the weight of his
influence, for or against a mens
ure, is not surpassed by any
i member of that body, p ditieal
predilections aside Thus much
I of preliminary explanation.
C hrist, yet he has uttered a things 1 cannot think that he
tender, admiring tribute to ,|a(( ,.Hljlnat#(| }ll their tru#
Jesus, isolated, rejected, cast worth those indications of what
out by the Name kind of bigot
ry whose aiin^ has been felt
iu his own heart. I do not
know anywhere iu the world
finer and plunder leaching than
his concerning liberty, justice.
patriot iam,ami beauty of home
I'ol Ingersoll, as regards wor
sliip, does not believe in "inn
ing or uttering praise lo an
iulirilte being; lie thinks it be
Hilling to the conception of
(toil to suppose lie wauls that
kind of foolish flattery. Vet
there are paxsnK*s in his writ
ings and utterances which show
a worship for all that is high-
est aud noblest in human life.
for every o nsecraiion to duly
in the midst of difliculty. dai k
lies* and sorrow. So thai. Il wre
sitMply concern ourselves with
this life here, I know not of
any man who has voiced iM
w .i,in . . .a „„ nnmi. duties, who lifts expressed its
mi ' r'IV J<i Pr°P**r sequence of his course poetry, Irts appreciated its
_ ' °'n, m °r!>,r ° i 'e 0f service in the house. He sublimity and faithfulness more
FeteatortAlW t«,!8ST Undofflo. ha, mad. puh i.. tl,. , ,|,„r..u„hly .....I
tollowiait, lotior. M l i.g "r I Umt w.lKl.1 Of t.lH Ihanho.
KMeriil inlew.l I" p r«on con jtll|,r<>r or jiK«itint n mi I wi li now to rain- (Ii. pi-.
t.mp at ing hi n i ni.nt in llktu . j M , i., t H11 r I III ft-.M i hy anv lion wlint i. Ilii* i:ani H ot n
J T i member of that body, p ditioal carter liks that of Mr. Inger
epartment of the Interior, I |Sri.(ij,fMlt|oni| n„j,,.. 'Hmis mm h shIH What has thrown him
•nera <and hashing- of preliminary explanation, iuto such extreme re action f I
on, pri J. M. Wilson, Wllh nensiiive nature, believe that lie is the le«iti
sq., Ar ansas tty, Kaneas: a|jVM tn anything that *'•* natural and necessary
ir . out eittro t ie 4t i 11"; affects what lie hives, and an out come of ihe time. Me is a
•tant addressed to the honora-1 #ir,r|lon for hj- , bv rHpil,,ion of ihui
We attorney-general, in refer-
se#m to me to be practical cer
tainty of the final outcome of
things the outcome that shall
redeem all the littleness, all
the naiu. all t he cruelty, all the
darkaess that we must (o
through here. These, then, ar*
the defects of wha ie called
Ingersollisin. I think, also,
that Col luuersoll, in his lec
tures and his writings, makes
thu mistake of confounding re
liiiioii wilh theology, which is
only a theory of religion. Be
cause he liudn the one so faulty
and so easily overthrown, ho
s ems to imagine that religion
ia on!) a passing phase of hu
man life and will pass away.
Hut one thing I believe: If
I meet I'ol lugersoll over there,
I believe his true heart will re-
spond to everything true, that
his na'ure, which admires so
taui h that is admirable here,
will easily flame into worship,
and that lie will be the readiest
to face the limitations of his
thought he re Boston Herald.
A ho lit Taking a Paper.
St l.«Mlll . ■>.
| K i union
raetaratnMMMiisrt. For full ilr«.
i iinfiH—t Thia
fi mm mild or nil
lit tltcirlo iimi
SSSSr^S^r&W UndB in «1 <
e Wortrated pwnphM which I ^he disposed of (O
ence to Oklahoma lands which
are to be opened to settlement
tinder an act of congrenii of
March 1H8U, has been for-
warded by him to this office
In rtply I have to slate that
tha lands in question are to he
more like a personal than an
abuse! thing. S nator Jones
has come to the defense of his
people and stale. He indig
type of religion, of theology,
which he has devoted his l.fe
to opposing so earnestly and
8' successfully Given the
It is the cheapest thing he
can buy. Kvery time a hen
cackles and has laid un egg
his paper is paid for that weerT
It costs less than to send or re-
eeive a single letter,
What good does it do VOUf
It inhtructn you ami broadena
your views. It interests your
wife, and it educates your
children. Il comes to you ev
try week, rr.in or shine,calm or
storm, bringing you the newa
party desiring lo become an
actual settler under the home
ataad laws may initiate his
claim by entry at the di«!iict
land office after pr pej^y ex
amiuintc and selecting ihe land
deaired, ui which *ase he in al-
low« 4 six mom Its fi m the diite
nontly denies that the Clayton teachings regarding God, man ,.f(.ry week of the busy world.
killing was iu uny leaped 'a ami destiny of the old creeds, \0 matter what happens, it
political assassination," but and then given a nun who enters your door every week as
thai it was simply the act of a thinks, who has a heart to be a welcome friend, full of sun-
scoundrel who did not mean to touched, who has sense of jus >d interest. It
ofiens the door of the great
world aud puts yon face to face
with people and its great
events 11 shortens the long
summer days and it enlivens
the long winter nights. It ia
your adviser, your goesin and
your fiiend. No man isjust to
ira children who does not glv«
I hem a good pa|H*r to read. No
man is good lo himself and
lot box stealing, for «n Arkan j * d you have a man like In
sas they send men to the state's gersoll a natural, necessary
pri«on for such offenses as that i action from the old creeds.
or the "blocks of live" sort of And I am willing to put my
• hin^. 1 he ease is so admira self t>n record as sayinar, with all
b|y made thai the paper can ,i,„ emphasis of which I am
I.." fall II. r-nvlnr.. ovwy fair- .,thll,_„10„„h. „„ v„„
minded mtn w.,o rends it of , F , . . , ,, .
• he juH'ir j and fairness, as know, 1 do not agree with Col.
well as the ability wltn which i Ingersoll concerning some of wife who does not take a first
• d entry within which to esiab- the Arkansas senator has de j the points that 1 regard as of class newspaper—AtlantaCon-
1 lish his actual residence oa the' f nded his people.
unspeakable iwporiotice— if 1 f stitution.
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