The Democrat. (McKinney, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 9, 1889 Page: 1 of 4
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•AY. MAY 9. 1880.
M. w. JOKKIIUH.
^ II Vi || «4 I <4 i0 •*#*!' ■rusied to!
ilietr care will be promptly
1)8 it «iur < imm H|i1hI by Joliuaon
A Jtmki" * iii lrt|iD nn lilock. ,
sAiA A -Jt
minf K fm mMM
RcWS " TH mBi
11* UIi iuimI tor the KMd-1
cr ef th* D«ui er t. j
Texarkana, Tex., April Hfi.-
Mlssouri Republic oil j
another, and when she reached
the room Riug and kls wife
were lying on the Hoor with
their feet together. Both
whm dead. Mr*. Ring had
been shot through the head,
slowly roee and hit
nu^estic form again
the people, deeply awed, in
•ilence viewed the scene. The
chancellor read to him the oath
O O O ; loiiA a t ■ >iii.v
Have been milking loans in Jenkins & Andrews,
'Collin count v for six («) years! "* ATTORNKY8 AT «LA\V,
liird .ire now entering on tbeir j McKlnney, : : Texas,
'seventh. They tak^shis meth-
od of thanking the people for!""
their liberal uationage, and re ~
Offlof «*ar H. r\ H«r ni«vn'* dru> at.-n*, Moith*
raw putiUu htutr*
RknJeiifl Mi Snnni.
V WJWWIW ■« W«V^WW|
inn bo found
t. r HouatoV* Wow
t ollloo both day and
in heretofore, and you will
|WJt \ f lll.d 5( lo \ (Oil interest i
I'ul I "II I lo'il Hi lom«M .
J. 3. JENKINS,
lid procure blanks, tiil oiiii
nur own a] | licatiou, and save]
>*t of Hgeiits an I managers.
.1. !S. Jenkins Ikik a small
(mount of money tluit In* will
tian on good personal security.
Office over H. C. Herridon's Drug Store,
Northwesi Corner Pit Id it? -Sqii ire.
>!«•!< I > NEY. o (i-i.-o—o—o-o -o- o-o -TlOX AH.
solicit a continuance
April Itf. 188ii, pub- j entering tbu baokjofoflce, and Waahington, re-
the following: "Mr. J.|°f h,'r h"*'1 *0,< w>ming out peating, said: 'I do solemnly
reman, the alleged capitalist bem*ath her eye. Her bus- swear that I will faithfully ex-
recently started to build to"** had slut Uiiuself through ecute the office of president of
4 railroad from Texarkana to th* head above the ear and be the I nited States, and will, to
Fort Srn'th, Ark., proves to be •Ml held iu hi trembling hand . the best of my ability, pre-
a fraud, lie has skipped and the smoking revolver that did serve, protect and defend Uftt
the man who worked a week the awfnl work. In his poeket constitution of the United
are still unpaid, as; w<^ a note, whloh read : States.' Then he revereutly
"Farewell. If w« don't meet beut low and kissed the Bible,
again on earth, 1 hope we'll' uttering with profound emo-
developments are that
has not been
of the men at
Sew Backwards as we
OHIce ovor Ardlngtr's a tore. Heal-
•l«<nw corner third block north O. 8.
I'renb.vterlni) church. Teeth extrcted
without Dttln. ;W;ly
m. a. mktas. lia d.
Hontoopathic Physician and Surgeon
Chronic <MmMe* ml ilNe mci of wo-
men mill children n unccinltv. Allcnlit,
dny or liiK'tl Ht liinomce will be prompt-
ly liltcmled to.
iIWIcc no slMlrM in stltlV biillillnt;.
Ult. < MKW,
oiIitm iiiii I'rofeMNlouiil Rervlce to th
McKINNKV ANIi VICINITY.
J. C CORY.
olHce—l'p RUirs over
I i It ii i n
l• i: \l Kit IX
CASH PAID FCR HIDES, PELTS AtlD TALLOW.
J. A. NEEL,
And House Decorator,
regular pay day 1s not until
the I Tub of May. Work has
never stopped on the Fort
Smith road and is still goiug
on, and Mr. Fornman now pro-
poses to sue the Republic for
libel, and lavs bis damage at
$100,000. Judge A. L, Byrne
again meet in heaven.
tiful, was coiled on her head
before the shooting, afterward
was down. From this circutn-
stance and from the course
tion, 'So help me, God.'
"The chancellor waived bis
bes and shoaled, 'U
r; long It*I
ington, president of the United
States.' 'Long live George
Washington, our Hrst presi-
dent !' was the answering cheer
faith and nafal taring irnafmi"
to the government the prinoi-
plea of action aad sonrcea of
the watt with Great
1819 aad Mexico in
enabled Jaokson to
equipped millions of
Lincoln aad Jua tilled
the Mai of
taken by (he ball, it is muu , ,
nosed that he held her by the of lbe P UPI«. from bel-
ualr to prevent her escaoe while , friHS rtt K l^e bells, and from
be shot her. The shock of the ! forts and ships thundered the
and Hon, T. E. Webber are [^ril;!^tru^edv.1*;u^,l^rH_ll1,al! ^aunun, echoing and repeating
ForHiuan's attorneyM and think
their case an easy one.
The Bagging Trust Must <• .
Augusta, (in., May *2.—The
Georgia allianoe has contract-
ed with mill< for 2,004),<mm>
yards of cotton luigging, to be
delivered Aug. 1. The bag-
ging is to he not less than
thirty-seven ilichen wide und
Mrs. Taylor could bear and at
last accou'*', • she was not tx-
pectml to t ong.
llou't Mention the llrier*.
the cry with responding acclaim
all over the land. 'Long live
George Washington, president
of the I'nited States !'
to average twelve ouuct-M to
the yard. Th - luanufacturers this subject wis unconsciously
agree to tak * cotton ho covered preached by a little child one
It is not only a wise and hap "The simple and imposing
py thing to make the best of ceremony over, the inaugural
life, and slways look on the the blessing of God pray-
bright i«le, for one's own sake, «rfally petitioned iu old St,
but it is a blessing to others. 'Haul's, 'he feBtivities passed,
Fancy a man forever telling U,,J Washington stood ulone.
bin family how much they °,,H
cost Itiin? A little sermon on 'U,'IU
Quiet, Light Kunniiig and Ad-
justable in all its pn
No one can do him
East Louisiana Street, Opposite Fostoffiee.
Nenney&Pardue seeing This Ma-
Behr Bros Sc Co.,
Caffienter &! Smith's a m ORGAN
Sold direct from Factory,
Send for catalogue prices terms
etc, etc, to
030 Main st Dallas.
Will ink • hay, corn, oats and
wheat in exchange for lumber.
July mb, I8MK.
J.R.PADG1TT CHAS. M. BRANTLEY.
11 I' I LD 10 1< N, :-i
oH'crtiielr nervicM to the citi/.en« ol
Mi Kinitcx mill utirrouiiili'-gcouiitry.
Leave or ler willi Nemtev A I'ardne*
I >t*c aiMitii
First Prize and Gold Medal ov-
er all competitors at
the World's Expo-
sition at New
at l<> cents additional per lot)
pounds, to cover the loss of
weight in light' covering. The
bagging will b made by the
Lane mills, New Orleans, and
by the West Point mills,
Chaplain Cuddy's Conscience.
Washington, D. (J. April
20.— W. A. Cuddy, who was
Chaplain of the Legislative
Assembly of Arizona which
„ ^hasjust adjourned, has sent
or i\e jeais. t0 ^ Treasury Department
In ion Manufacturing Co. for deposit iu the conscience
Little Hock, * Ark fund the sum of $22.50, being a
•J. P. Crouch & Co., Agents part of the salary paid him as
McJvinney and Farmersville. Chaplain. His motive for this
day last fall:
A man met a little fellow on
the road carrying a basket of
blackberries, and said to hitu:
"Sammie where d d you get
such nice berries?"
"Over there, sir, in the
0 tue guu-
ttention, Everybody! Kinsey
* ■ " I Huh utiMiiufi nl lliu<it<l ufntirl nf
J. P. LEVY,
l/KAI.KJ: IX STAPLE AM) FANt^
Wo mvlte evcrylMMly l« vl*H our new esttthllalimciit o|>|iohUo the I'ohtolllrc
in linililinir formoily occupied by I'ltxhiiKh k t lardy, oil
East Louisiana St., * - - McKinnev, Tex.
I^Goods delivered free to any purt of the city
1,11 GREAT POLITICAL AND FAMILY NEWSPAPER
Tue UKST, THS OH KAPUT, AN THl WOtT POPUkAR.
|ALL THE NEWt for ONLY SI.OS a jssr? lOo por month
| srimcRniK now roB th*
■i'' ill trni Srilri, Hl|i|Hniti(i III ill |lMtt ol lilt It BlW, urf t OlMfll KUHIM W W
.. - n: ' Fi N«W«.
HE SUNDAY OAZKTTS-ISoiMMwSIAOlllHi
Has opened, at the old stand of
W. F. Miller, iu Melissa, a
Work guaranteed. Also wood
woik. Horse shoeing a spec-
ially. Call around when in Me-
rtssti. Oct 4-1 y
Mrs. Fannie Johnson,
solo Agent for the Celebrated
"Lovir Family Sewing Machine,
which linn a BUTTON HOl.K nltuoh-
otwit whlsli make* a I'erfeot liutton
Hole atieh a made h,v hand. jj it
Button lloiea worked for Uftot* |>r do*. '
"IX>VK" .Hewing Machine $41), with | =r=
all atlachin.nu, aneapeat for eaali.
E LADIES' FAVORITE.
NEVER OUT OF ORDER.
tf jroil it«*iri' to lairchiuc aaewlOK m «'hlT><'.
iwk our iiui'iit iii yiiirjilaoo (or terma an<l
prU'ci". I*row cannot nml our
action as explained by him is
as follows: "I cannot see that
it is right for the rulers to
take the people's money and
pay it out to some hypocrite!
to stand up before a legislative
body aud pray for pay ." He
also slates that he once ac'ed
as Clerk of the Legislature and I
received for his services fiMti; ■
but while performing this duty
h" was also employed in wbis-1
ky selling. He thinks that he
should return the i|uiU\ and i
would do so, he s ys but for
the fact that he has not got it.
Mr Cuddy resides at Phoenix,
Sad and Trnglc Kiiding.
else could take the
state, and enthusiast
and doubter alike trusted only
him. The teachings and habits
of the past had educated the
people to faith in the indepen-
dence of their states, and for
the supreme uutliortty of the
new government tlK re stood
against the precedent of a cen-
tury and the passions ot the
heur, little besides the argu-
"Won't your mother be glad menl„ 0f HatniUon, Madison
to see you cotne home with a ... . , i;-* i
hunket of .ud. nice ri,w fruiK" *"d . tb" J l"' "ld
"Yes sir," said Sammie.1 judgment of Washington,
"she always seems mighty glad With the first attempt to ex-
when I hold up the berries, aud ercise national power began
1 don t tell her anything about tj1H ,iUHi to th« death between
the briers in my feet. . . s . , . • ^
Tim n, i, r..,le r«,ulvinK; ""'relgaty claiming th*
thai hnncpfourili he would Uola I flKB' l" nullify Ked.ral law.
up the berries and say noth- j or secede from the Union, and
ing about the briers, the power of the republic to
coiumaud the resources of the
countrv, to enforce its author-
ity and protect its life It was
the beginning of the sixty'
years' war for the constitution 1
and the nation, it sean <1 con-
sciences, degraded politics, de
Franklin's Famous ToiimL
Slroct Uintnuv' u'lilroxt.iroulmkiw naaift-
NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE QlQRMICLMA^S
" ** UN,0N SQUARE.NX-- OAUAk
Hen Franklin was dining
with a small party of dis ;
tlnguished gentleman when or.e
of them said: "Here are three
nationalities repesented; I am
French, aud my friend there is
Knglish and Mr. Franklin is an
American. Let us each pro-
pose a toast
It was agreed to, and the Kng-
lishman's turn came first.
He aiose, and iu the tone of a
Briton bold, said.
"Here goes to great Britain,
ihe sun that gave light to all
nations of the earth."
The Frenchman was rather
taken back at this, but he
"Here's to France, the moon
whose magnetic rays move the
tid«s of the world*'
Our Ben then arose with his
Kti'iyvd parties, ruined states-
men and retarded the advance
and development of the
country ; it sacrificed hunireds
of Iliiiiihunds ol' precious lives
and soiiandered thousands of
millions of money, j. desolated Il" U\* rOU!,.try to lu ?ki
power and passed to tlie
lotine the frenxy
against all authority
every country and
the imaginations and enthusi-
asm of millions in every laad,
who believed they saw that the
madness of anarchy, the over-
turning of all institutions, the
coniiicatioti aad distribution
of property, would end in a
millennium for the masses and
the universal brotherhood of
man. Kuthusiasm for France,
our late ally, and the terrlbla
commercial and industrial dis-
tress occasioned by the failure
of the governmi under the
articles of Confederation,
aroused an almost unanimous
trry for the young republic, not
yet sure of its own existenoe,
to plunge into the vortex. The
ablest and purest statesmen of
the time bent to the storm, but
Washington was uamoved. He
stood like the rock-ribbed coast
of a continent between the
surging billows of fanaticism
and the child of his love. Order
is Heaven's first law, and the
mind of Washington was order,
The revolution defied God and
derided the law. Washington
deveutly reverenced the Deity
andblieved liberty Impossible
without law. He spoke to thaj
sober judgment ot the nation
and made elear the danger. H#|
saved the infant government
from ruin, and expelled the|
French minister who had ap-;
pealed from him to the people.
The whole land, seeing safe!)
only in his continuance in of>|
fice, joined Jefferson in urgil
him to accept a second term.
'North and South,' pleaded
the secretary, 'will bang
gethei while they have you
"No man ever stood so mttc
Cioiidi A Co., MeKinn y
Sulphur Springs, Tex , May
—Yesterday morning about 10
o'clock John King kill
wife and himself about
miles east of Cooper, in Delta w£0 commanded the sun ami
county. Iting came to this moon to stand still and they
iilled his air of quaint modesty and said: p0Hlti|,|,
.. ... r ... "Here's to (ieorge Washing ,
■ . t(,n' l',B Joshua of America, KIVI
Two Oonm Waat Foot* Fiona*.
Patent**I Aug. ltt, 1887
lamnn hiim, inm.
$l.oo p r month, or $10 09 • |*r ilaoiudlna Buodajf).
nemllimicMi In M^ntT Ontcr.. dMCto rm Ho* Worth, or neutered Letun can b« mada
| at Iha PublUlMr**
rlt* tor .ample copy to th«
Kmenon. I'reciSeni. t.T.KmewoB, Vloe-Prw't, T. U. Emerten, OSMSS*
First National Bank.
Ol* iMoKIaney, Tc*« .
Capital and Surplus,
Flrat aiaaa jiap
nu.ra and ««lla Mciiange on th<f rrincipal clti* in Kurofc.
DnSrn*: Fruncla lu orsen,T. T. Kuiferaon.T. H. Bmewon, 4no. h. I^vitjoy
nUnoM Hourt—s .m.to4 m
•mwIW) ' I **htnii
JtfepWT - -
I. ana h v <mr inTa r. i«*e
mwi^'twws of tbu • «• ^4
f> f ltft Iim Hfc k +< .
nil «f *.. • at*
iii i- ifstmt'c
iK t" vr •baoi*'
if •« Mitowqr wM"
tmrnm trnSa n t>tt4e, 1
MOLT ntfl'tfr '"mix
ura Ik. Itoili
p'aiala, I uml>ago,
Otmcral aad Kerr-
,u «U IVo« |i
_ Mfe la
■ Rid* iaw.T: nar di
Irambliac WR" Saiual lihamUoo
Of kodjr, liiaaaaaa eau
(ration, in Tooth or llarrtad Li
dtamaaa partatemf to the w«mi «r Renin
poor mala or toaula. Sent to r. w
BartMa on M dan trial. Kctrte taaolaa
Kwtdaepoataga forfrao lllnatrau«i paajpli
I* UIp oM*m ami mart p>f«lai tali
mMtuiio |«i*r pnhllahMt awl ha*
im (aor wry jjMo
A ro?lVal itintwia
,«l. H-a "f
fdMiaa n# tala^lia A
^ e.wOalP^S aFa W'SavV ^SPa
atom. *aeh laaaa ar«laina aobwad
atata. of ooantry and rl'r rmlitmri.
fall ■!■ **'' i>S^SBilwXr'UMtaaTf?
•pah aa mnlam WflnJ. 'T'rlra *ym',
MMl p®a®®^p a n<l aWf JpflBWWaW®.
Bait Attaobmant. Thta
with aaaa and ooafort.
can ha mada mild or ad _ -
eomlnaed alaatrht truaa an<l halt a* r mada.
will rorai ruptur* in M tpau iiara tor falj.d
state from Tenneasee.and hired
to work for Mrs. Taylor: who
owns a large farm. His conduct
was good, and lie made many
friends in the neighborhood. I
Last February he married Miss
i H( len Taylor, the beautiful and
, intelligent daughter of his em
ployer. The young couple
j went to Mr. (lastis to live, and
: so far as any one else knew,
I were happy, but Sunday they
| separated, aud she returned to
her mother. Nobody knows or
will tell what caused the sepa-
the fairest portion of the laud
and carried mourning into
every home North and SSoui.li ;
but it ended at Appomattox in
the absolute triumph of the re
"I'l-sterity owes to Wash
ingl"it's administration the
policy and measures, tlm force
and direction which made pos
e this glorious result,
ing the organi/.aiion of
the •letitirtineui of state aud
foreign n ations to .bdt'erson
A Nation's Trlhnto.
It Was Ike Centonalal si' Waahhtff-
as Ueorge Washington. Ilamil
ton. Jetferson and Adac
Madison and Jay. each repi
sented some of the element
which formed the l/'nioi
all. They fell at times unc
popular disapproval, wei
burned iu effigy, were stoi
but lie with unerring judgmt
was always the leader of
people. Milton said of Oroi
well, 'that war made himi
peace greater.' The superioi
ty of Washington's charaot
the treasury to Hamilton, and genius were more cons
the supr. Hie court to Jay, he ,he formation of t
selected lor his cabinet and ; government, in putting it oil
called to his assisiai the destructible foundations
ablest ami most, eminent umn
New York, April 30.—To-day
was witnessed Ihe grandest
demonstration kuown in the
lanoaa, Tnutaa ami Inaoiaa *and t_
phlrt wbioh Will bo
aar litfT • atn'^rw i
•ill.' (iwihra "^t *"•
• lb<i* «f
a«at.re^ "f v «a < r
ration. She wrote him a touch*
Ink l«tt«r, t.-llii,« Mm ihat .h. ■«"«' <" «'* c.m,B.ra..r llor,
luvd liim, but could not Hr. Ith" Hr,t l« M«tial laau«B
with him mol bopo.l ho would ralloawaa certainly a complete
reiurn t« Tennessee, that she
might not see him again. He
went to see her Tuesday and
tried to effect a reconciliation
Yesterday morning he returned
for the same purpose and had
a*eonversation with his wife in
the presence-<f her mother and
a joiu.g lady. Mrs. Taylor and
the lady visitor left them alone
in ilte loom l'ies«nily Mrs.
Ta;. l" r hoard her daughter
s'T«<ini and alerted to her Mhe
had taken but a few steps when
she ha heard a pistol shot, than
of his time. Hamilton's mar-
velous veisatiliiy and genius
designed the armory and ihe
. . . # .. . , weapons for the promotion of
history of this country. Thou- ' . '.
. ' , ... . natiomil power and greatness,
sands upon thousands withoutjL _ . _j..
regard to political affiliation
vied with each o«.her in
paying homage to the
memory of (ieorge Wash-
ington, aud the one hundreth '
but Washington'* nteady sup
port carried them through.
Parlies crystali/.ed, and pnrty
passions were intense, debates
were intemperate, and the
I'nlon openly threatened and
secretly plotted against, as the
Hrm pier-Mire of this mighty
personality funded the debt
and established credit, assumed
the state debts incurred in the
war of the revolution ami su-
perseded the local by the ua
in leading armies to
antl conquering the Indei
dence of his country.
Union In any event," is thai
tral thought of h's farewell
dress, and all the years of!
arand life were devoted lo
He fought as a youth
tiraddock and in the
of Hort l)u (^uesne for the
lection of the whole com
An commander in chitf of
continental army, bis 001
sion was from the coagreaa]
the united colonies. Re
spired the movement for
republic, wae the president i
dominant spirit of Ihe
success. Presidents Cleveland
ami Harrison were both enthu-
siastically cheered while re-
sponding to appropriate toasts.
The orator of the day was the
Hon Chatincv M DePew U"™1 oDiigauon, ,mPOBea | vention which framed
„ ' ' ? \ , duties upon imports and ex- POI,«titution and its
The following is only a part . n.drits und cieated 7
of a long and el lent address I 1 J for eight years, and,
oi a long an ei i u l/mm' revenue and resources, organ- ..
delivered by him. Speaking |#w(| )% IIHtjollH| banking sys- BMfoiy .iuDff
of the tirat inauguration, he ^or (,„hlic needs and pri- nt-hwav of time ll
said i f (leoige Washington : Vttp, business, ami called ont -Brwiv aacendltur
••As l e came forward th« M army to put down by ft>r«*ejairg. ojmc® amona
multitude m the streets, in the . . , lk « nrs* ptaoe among
windows and on the roof sent of rr ^ ^ of the world,theeeylum
up such a rapt nous shont that imposing unpopular, oppressed, the home of
Waahington sat down over- > taxes, tpon the plan marked 'fret."
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