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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 20 May 1899

Kansas City World and The Daily tla/ette— both will he delivered to you for 35 cents per month. The Daily Gazette Vol. 1. No. 86. PlcKinney, Texas, Satim ay, May 20, i8gy. 1 <m>o Copies. HAPPY CLIMAX OF A ROMAN- TIC COURTSHIP. for your* ' ' pretty citv <■ , was accorded a brief interview with tin* bride 111 i morning and 1 she told him some interesting I facts connected with tlii- romai tie marriage. She has lived Danville, III., a inhabitant*, where she h: for a long time be,en engaged V the hotel business, owninga haiu'i- I some brieU hotel there. Mr. New some boarded at her hotel abou fourteen years ago lor quite 1 while, and about three years a<: the acquaintance was renewed i the great and hustling city < Chicago. Since that tint" the have exchanged many letteis, an as Mr. Newsome had not bee 1 well for some time, she agreed t come down and see him, and rhe marriage of Mr. Jeff New- was then decided that the wed- They Took Place Yesterday After- noon at the Resid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 20 May 1899

THE DAILY GAZETTE. I*.«ueil Ever) Afternoon Except Sunday at the Stt'iim I'owrr hou.se. By TOM W. PERKINS. SCMNliK I.ANSDAL.E, - • City Editor. j 81 BSCRIPTION I'er flunth is Cents. Delivered Anywhere in the City. 'Phone No. 07. Me KIN NICY, MAY 20, 1800 Tin golden Age will u<>t conic till tlie £i1^.~>,<mh),I)Ihi -tcel 1 ni>l i- '<nockeiI out. COUNTY, COriMISSIONBRS' AND JUSTICE COURT. No Criminal Cases have Been Tried Today in County Court —New s of Interest. © # © a $ & & It's Good Goods For I he 1 m • i m m # I III'. I' 111 p 111 o W iir 1- - I ill :i con- tinucd story, with tin* xpected ad- • Iit ional chapters. IMiah'II.v. t <> many of our brave volunteers have been inn— tried out of a jolt. Tin Rubber trust is -till strctehing it- profits at the ex- pense of the consumer. Ik it is true that (ien. Fun-ton ha- resolved to keep out of polo- t ics hi- head 1- a- level a- it i- red. It is a sad fact that t he mini who stays awake during the ser- mon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 20 May 1899

TO-DAY'S HAPPENINQS. The Doings of People in and Around the City. Largont Bros, for wall paper. Basic hall goods at Smith Bros. Pianos for rout—J. T. Couch. Sw Evans, not Naples, then dye. J. A. Rogers lias a nice cottage to rent. New belt buckles and clasps at Weisman's. .1. A. Rogers wants to buy a second hand ice box. New odors in fine perfumery nt Smith Bros. New sailors and baby caps at Weisman's. See us for wall paperand paint. Largcnt Bros. Guaranteed mite mover at Smith Bros. .lust received—.">,000 rolls of wall paper at Largcnt Bros. Insect powders and moth halls at Smith Bros. New styles in *kirts and waists at Weisman's. Attorney R. C. White has had his office re-carpeted, re-papered and otherwise re-novated. Chicken cholera remedies at Smith Bros. Mattings by the bolt at about one half price. S. Weisman. A hig picnic is in progress at Prosper today. ,1. \l. Muse of this city is in attendance. Boys' shirt waists io cents. Weisman's. Capt. J. L. Greer went to Leonard to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 20 May 1899

'ATTENTION * LADIES !s «fe m m m # # 1 ! w § m <§ m m m 1 m m m I (•< Don't Fail to Call and See Our y# HEW 'LA tow mmwrnnB 9> *r- 9 HEW MILMHIBY, HEW 8LXPPS&8 AT TIIK mw laois. mv. • ■MISSISSIPPI . STORE!! LOCAL NEW5. Jewelry lit Largent Bros. lM-tf Sewing machines for rent. J. T. Couch. Fix up .some hitch racks, !>usi-| ness men. Embroidery remnants, cheap at Weisman's. Alderman Jesse Shain was in Dallas yesterday. New sailors and millinery at S. Weisman's. Jim Andrews sells groceries cheap. m21-lm Frank Allen left this morning for a visit to relatives in Funis. Bargains in ladies' and chil. dren's slippers at Weisman's. •Fim Andrews wants your groc- ery trade. m21-lm The six-year-old daughter of llunter Bryant of Walnut Grove died Thursday. Present your Coca Cola Ticket* at Smith Bros' soda fountain. Master Will Cocke, son of Kev. J. M. Cocke, arrived yesterday from Jefferson. Rare bargains offered in cloth- ing. Weisman's. Buy your groceries from An- drews and sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 2 June 1900

®l)t iHcKimtcn Jttorning ©<mtte V0I.2. Full Associated "Wireless Telegraph" News. McKINNEY, TEXAS, SATURDAY flORNING, JUNE 2, 1900. Subscription Price 10 Cts. Per Week. No. 67 k JUNE mmmmmmmrnm Is always ti hard month to get something 1 / vGood te -EAT} But such will not be the ease with you this time if you will just come around to the little gro- cery store of mm THE LITTLE CHILDREN WERE PASSING GOOD ONE PUTEDII PARI OFFICERS 10 BE ELECTED. The Entertainment Given at the Opera House Last Night Was a Success. Everything eatable and hand, at prices that you Square Meals every day. digestible can afford to kept on eat Three t:. i County Court Proceedings. — The case of J. M. Andrews vs. J. W. Morris, suit on an account, was up before .Judge Faulkner's court yesterday. A new trial was asked for and argued in the case of T. S. Woods vs, the G. C. & S. F. Ry. Co., but was overruled by the court. The defendant gave notice of ap- peal. • j BOXERS STILL ALIVE. Presence of Foreign Tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 2 June 1900

11v" $ P<Stw l Pmliq|6i|db ISSUED KVBBY MOKNINO KXCEFT MONDAY By TOM W. PERKINS. sumner LANSDALE. City Editor. Entered at Postofflce at McKluney, Texas, aa Second-ciase Matter. 'Phone No. 07* 8ATUKDAY mokn1nu, JUNE 2. H. & T. C. R. R. Time Card. nokth bound. o. 13 5:21 a. in. No. 6 9:15 a.Jm. No. 1 8:30 p. in. No. 15 1:37 p. m. south hound. No. 2 8:10 a. in No. 14 11:00 a. in No. 16 2:07 p.Jiu. No. 4 7:01 p.,ni Rkv. |Abk Mulkey has just ^'osed a successful meeting in .■IcKinney, and besides the Cain lie raised there was a large stack of Cain's coin, with which a fine church building will be erected in the county seat of Collin.—Deni son Herald. Wiikn a man who steals $100, 000 of government money can lug in the United States constitution to support the defense of uncon stutionality 111 thejmethod of hi trial, it is evident that the consti tution has indeed become an of fete instrument. There is some thing in the legal point that the constitution having been abolish ed there i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 2 June 1900

ABOUT THE WEB-WORM. TO4 m \ J SPECIAL SALE Of % Li r ollt 1)11 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS w Of Broken Lots That Retailed Interesting Letter From A. & n College Entomologist. ids © © © © 50c to $1.50, Your Choice of the lot 35 Cents. See them in the window. The following communication from I? red W. Mai Icy, entomolo gist of the state A. M. college to Col. A. Coffee of this city i: self-explanatory: Dear sir: Replying to your favor of the 29th, in which you call attention to the small web worms attacking cotton at this time, will say that the specimens which you forward, white some what damaged so that 1 cannot determine the exact species, conies veiy near to the so-called garden web—worm, Loxoatege Wherever this species occurs il does so for several years in suc- cession and then frequently there will be a year when they will not make their appearance. They feed on the leaves, not only of the cotton plant but all kinds of garden crops, and have the fac- ulty of spinning a web around and am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 2 June 1900

Rkv. IAbk Mulkey has lust Working Men,,, J Do you want ^something *nic?e and) summer wear? J We are sole agents in McKinneyj for ' 1 Celebrated, Union-made | Overalls, Jumpers, Shirts. The very latest thing for summer wear. | jLarge] stock on hand. Prices the lowest, i The Fair W All Hta Mtxtnr at Imc. St-poNtiral opponent who waa •M9>«Bked how and why it wai Zeb Vance could mix so eas- ily wfth all triads of yoten, Dem- ocrat* and Republicans, white men and colored men, city folks yad country folks, Baptist and Methodists, old men and young men, rich and poor, Union and Confederate, responded rathei tersely that .the r eason why Zeb Veace was able t mix so well was that all hifc mixing was do« in North iv ^ ;w Hammond & Sneed, Proprietors. KLONDYKE8 SALOPN \ on east side square Fresh, Cold Beer always on tap, and the finest Brandsjjjof Libuors, Whiskies and Cigars al- To Prevent Insuraow Payment. When a crowd o? citixens at Beechburg, Ky., enrag*d at th« building of a Mormon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

Twenty Pag'es This Morning'. The Largest Daily Ever Issued in Mcftinney. The flcKinney Daily Gazette. VOL I'M E FIVE McKINXHV, TI.XAS, CHRISTMAS, FRIDAY MORN IXC., DHCFMHMR 25, 1903. NO. 239 1 ' 1 I McKinney, Queen City of BlacK Land Belt of Texas . , been gradual, indicating sta- undor the sum. loo much EKE ONE to ask ,. . . . Ar . . jollity, and evcrv enterprise , praise cannot be given Mc- t u vuitti t( k <1 ,U(nvjtl operation is coining Kinney's pushing and prac- hini to a place wheic he Up t0 ^j10 anticipation!* of itsj tieal merchants. They ad- could obtain all the ad van-, promoters. The town haw! vert ise their goods at bar- tages of a large cit\, without I ,nij|8 ()j' t>very description and! gains and always sell as they being attended b} the ils ol ! t'uetories of every kind to advertise. the same, where one could iconvert the raw material fur- McKinnev has two of the en ioy a quiet existence, with-' • , 1 1 ,1 ,• , ,• , J . . . , 1 nisnea i>\ the surrounding load...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

t I I^ rr I '1 =0 THE PROPER * Hy United States Circuit .ludgf PETER S. CKOSSCtP EC • liir;'' <•;!mi"t <iu j.iv-rnt conditions enter < in r-i.i;iin<l ai iiidivi<11la 1 property con I i .i- ■> mop and inor< into corporate owner ■ • r■ tliiiu <>ii< ■■quarter having already passed— KXCI.I'MDN OK Till-; I'KOl'LK WILL I..\ I.A K< i K. It iK i d ii !>■• . The incorporation and air ea.it le-; lia- 1 •:■ ■ u111 it nil. < ominoii deccnev r History of Panama 11 it in I) i i n s, under Kafael Nenez, a I supposed liberal pre-idi nt. deciil- I! J! illfl I)!e \ ner.-li'ji tn a >■ will 1.j'inLI tlid TllO in coijiiiim11• orpiiin/ati'in, liv bringing cor liidition wlieji■ the p« at largo can safely cure. K r r. rimrican in-I met fur t!io acquirement • f property asks no Inipos-ildt) fpiarantei , Lilt it ark and it. is entitled to have 1£_\()WLI,IK1K V I L|il)'l A< 1 >. rut (he organization of all tRorpurnli'ins • n a I >a - is tTiat is fixed and, ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

♦ > t < / J I J $ © © V m t $ $ © m m WI T H the closing of the old year, and the advent of Christmas and New Year, we desire to return our most appreciative thanks and good cheer to the entire citizenship of McKinney and Collin county for the very liberal manner in which they have patronized us during the past year. The people have ever stood by and patronized this old house, and it has ever been our duty, as well as our pleasure, to stand by the people—those who made us what we are, and to those we are now due and returning our most heartful thanks. thing. We shall remain at the same place during 1904, and wouid be pleased to serve all who want and only expect their full money's if1 & w ffii A w w % m w WW S' © m J. D. Stiff Dry Goods Company Hfi. '<$ m m m m w -5 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^; * crJ 'CJ1* cd> • ez5 • ' ; ? } IIE MIGHTY wheel of time, in its cease- ^ 1p>s revolutions, lias agaii. brought to us the gladsome Christinas time, the season above all others when the .spir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

HOPELESS CASES. Wlx-ii tlie doctor leaves ami wvs th Chsc i liojH-li ss, wli.it remains to 1* done? Nothing, if the doctor's word it final. Much, it yon will listen to the •Uiteiiieiits of men ami women who wcrt once "hopeleas Cases " j i veil li|> !>y doctors, and who were jK-rfi-ctlv and permanently cured ny the use of Dr Pierce's tinlden Aledical I isco\ ei v. Nothing is more fnrc than that thousands of men and women with disenfte i 1 1111 v -, obstinate coughs, hemorrhage, ema- ciation arid niv'lit- Vweats, have 1 fen restored to perfect health by tne use of the " Iinov- try." Will it cure you ? H bus cured in ■tatty-tight rises out of every hun- dred where i'. was piven a fair and faith* ful trial. By that record you have only two cliaiice^ in a hundred of failure ana ninety-right chauc s of bring restored to pcr.'ei t hi altli. It is worth trying. Abratii frrrr 1 W « k^'i Ifje tirrene Cc. 111, xit<•- Mv * -< \ert- Attack el I 101 • gave btf t; c ed taking Dr PilVOr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

1 usocs RdlllNSON Clil'SOE. [Cupyri&ht. 1903. by F. A Ober] INK ('lirlstmas 111 o r ii i 11 h not many yours a«n I found mysfIf up a tree in Crusoe's island. I was hunting meat for uiy Christmas din- ner shortly aft- er daybreak tiiat morning, and as the most abundant sup ply was prom- ised by the pec- . carles, or wild hogs. tli«4 fanned the Island, 1 had left cump and started out after them. It was great fun for awhile, for I fell In with a herd of about a dozen and had secured two of the "varmints" when the survivors, seeming to think that "turn about Is fair play," began hunt 'US me. Then the situation assumed a ! different aspect entirely, for tho pec- cary wiioii aroused Is one of the most bloodthirsty of creatures and as re- vengeful as on Indian. Fortunately for me, a great gum tree stood conven- iently near, and by means of the lianas that swung from Its branches I was soon safe troni harm and looking calm- j !y down upon the little black beasts as | they raii'il around...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

CTAe *Price 9£ Ambition voctoh's chuistmas sroity By Hemeut Mom tcome ny ltot, hy (\ U. Eth*rtn</t" i IKIVKlWUi Mf morning In my *..r«v: * vuit from Herbert s, • adhMfft . ; s. i < r\'. it loal of sr. >c said '."In : i > j. *•(•:* v«<<: fHW j-.-.j /■{■'. .-•• i n.' .'•■■rr'* I!.: < -• « TJ.I . •'•' !«• •..! {, * 'f.*. "1 y.H.Y r .In II.' fp'l'/le.'fSH.. *,?f Ci.sr ..i. litem I UilKlt'l I I..* "U( Tm* I. v I .*ei I" ' •' n : r.i • • i.meuiu litre..} s.&r:. t'< oi'i • :.u t '■« ..* «•*'. !j (r. Sf r.tif .tTr.; * rtrrm*i t!io trratr.r: t ; er< . jrnt. who is * man of fi.'i K'Di ixmstltutlon, be- gtn to rtx-rid directly." "Tou lire modest, dot tor," he said laughingly ' However 1 have sulli cient confidence in jour judgment to usk your advice In a somewhat deli- cate matter. The delicacy lies In the circumstance that the patient must lie kept In ignorance of the fact that she is being observed. It is my wife, Mrs. Springtborpe, to whom 1 refer. She has bee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

The Largest Crowds and Best Pleased Customers That Ever Attended A Sale In Collin County. The Sale That Advertised What It Had and Had What It Advertised. There Is No Sale That Has, or Can Produce Such Values as the Great Emory Mill Sale. The Best Values and the Biggest Bargains Ever Before You We have just received by freight and express a trading. 100 Men's and Youths* Overcoats Bought at Half Price. Ten tliou «nd yards of heavy brown domestic, retails at 5c a yard, Mill sale per yard Twenty dozen children's black ribbed hose, retail at 5 cents per pair, Choice a pair 2 Twenty-live men's odd coats and vests from suits worth $7,r>0 to $12.50 each, Mill sale choice 2 50 Forty ladies' all wool skirts, good, well made skirts, re- tail at $3.50, Mill sale price 2 45 larg^ains in Fifty ladies' loose-back jack- ets, all colors, military col- lars, a $7.50 jacket, Mill sale 4 95 Five thousand yards of the regular five - cent calico, goes Mill sale per yard 31 C One thousand yards of he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

£T IS A NATURAL desue j cotton, grain or stocks, purcha;-- to wish to understand the i ed on a margin, are not obtaina- methods and the machinery j This is entirely an crrone- of the institutions which provide a ready market for the products of the farm, in many cases before the growing plant has appeared above the ground; and again, which stand ready to pour out millions of dollars for a new en- terprise, once having been con- vinced of its merit and practica- bility. It is a self evident .proposition that the fabulous .fortunes which have been acquired by so many during the past half do/en years could not have been gathered to- gether in any one man's allotted "three score and ten'' years ex- his customers usually base- flu amount of su<li udvaneeupou t L«* acr« age planfe I l y his customer and the probable price ut which his product ran be «o|d. Fre- * quciitly inei chuiits in the in t< i i<,r j New Ytukanl Sail Francisco, incui heavy lo>«t s as a result of | hut the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

4-1 1/5 O) 1/3 U. O a "O 2 isi 5 © ■© t/3 O) C «M G> a u. fd U •> m O) c fd S U- -M I/] riany Christmas Bargains Useful Presents For All Great preparations have made it possible for you to select a useful gift that is both elegant and ser- viceable, and meet every requirement of your purse. No better time than now to gratify your taste. There is no need to waste a moment looking further, or going to Dallas, or the far-off East, for suit- able, substantial, highly-prized CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR PRESENTS Thousands of buyers will set bargains here in "just what they wanted kinds." You will find no better values, no better place than here. Time will not allow us to enumerate all the articles in the liig Store, but a present from our big stock will make it, indeed, a Merry Cluistmas to the receiver as well as the giver. n c t/> Parlor Suits Library Suits Bedroom Suits Sitting Room suits Hail suits Dining Room suits Chairs and Rockers Couches arid Lounges Folding Beds Chiffoniers,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

| Elks and Their Doings in McKinney--Year's History ■ ■ • •.. ' ■ .. , | %*. ] tamm M l * wm& I II I *£ imsi'Mm m "r'v ft # Xim:.* A# <'2*:y<v vW< MBKia* allot till* Maine prole?- >i in, instituting a lodge in Me- actors, to member. hip of Kinney about tin- l-t of Jan- near seventv-livo thousand. nary of this year. 11 i «* cf- ineluding in n of every pr< - forts nu t with wonderful j fession, creed and nation. success and th«• latter partj Of tins organization too of the ktiiio ni"nth a large! t-1 o ' w rw<r -, ■> si WrW&'MZ I I in; Am \ \ I • s \|i h | \ I;i II1M . (; l.K •. |I AM ' >■* % W: MM U-. oKitrcisu, si'< n: \ i it" i. .II>M III \ , '. I i. i I !..- I r, I I r I ' \V'i:i!d '111 • III VI i (holly 111 tint I ri V; . I.hi was ;i iiii: "t eon- «>".V in He' fall of I n7 when ^ }.,.;l,,,t> l;l|, 1)t jn !,i.; line, Cha rle-i \ Igernoa S i tillieh ot good cm i. llot he «>r. .;: i . t i n was perfected j -aid, hut as this .rti ! * i-. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

% mi-m >ry, give tn«*ir I and bail t i.iiy!,t j lor-, and the ladies take good iid- tablets of love am vantage of this privilege. 'are ever pics lit. I lie upstairs' lloor is di- If the i! K~ in McKinncv vided into two compartments, follow out these pi incipb'-of tire citi/.e i l.i > \il the one in the rear being this great order—which they rcM'iiti 1. It j-, used both us a lod'je hall ha\e d >ne to d ite—then tin and as a hall room, w.,ere qucsti >n a- ' the munv happy hours are is easily an- vered. whiled away in ttie Let t dizzy whirl of the dance, eardinn where the business man for- prw ion nary utirm on. needs i.« iu- h ir p r - ti.e en h u t I'odnction to t h of .\|, K •v and ;oo I people C 'oil ill 1 'I i ! I tliele W! lii-. f : i lire di'i iii e ell. people prac' p :nci ' ••'the S;l 111 e - and I e- > lle.ll ill tile I III' c ill) a Ve 1 h I'll be.lilt it'll i \ , ' Count v, bei' iu-e he ha t il.il .. Ill biisitu SS h"l'e for the oast 11 mi- •j. and !'OI lis d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Gazette — 25 December 1903

FIRST NAT. BANK \*a- n '.r !ii'ii/'■'I k stove.-, (| leen-wute, healing K. Saigling at sf"v""' waJJ piper and is 1 In- <i!<i<■ -1 11 is fiir- :i11< 1 tin- li i with < 'liarl ihead. Mr. Siiging, though a y< 111 L' nun, I ii g i iiI v L i vc ir« ' I' 'go. i '.t 11<;<t I vpi< al A 111c-1 ican stock. Y^rT s. 4. ■; banking purposes IV HKIII:>I National , I . .. ,. lushed with three vault.-, t\\<> Ualik <>f M«*Kililicv : , . , , ., ' | lor t lie use of t lie 1' ink - aim 1 '' | papers of the hank and tie.' kind hi <'oilin county, being ||,jr,j a. a deposit \aiilt. Tin founded June l.'fth, 1 .SS2,; |attc-r is burglar pro d' in with a capital stork of fifty 1 every respect, being line lialread v advancec thousand dollars, hy I1'. Km- j with ('liroinc plate steel am crson, hi sons, T. II. and i furnished with the late-t itn- piitnii' frame*. Vmi can save i money hy 11 a<ling wit ii Asm in & Hiustol, South W. of Square, MrKinncv, Texas. OA- ...

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