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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

\ * VOL. I. McKINNEY, C'OLLIX COL\NTV, TEXAS.tflMY, AUGUST 18, 1891* Drey His V.'epl at tlio Reading of His Treatment on Devil's Island. J1R8. HENRY HEARI): Slip Taken the Stand and Said lier Husband Forged One Document to Save the ''Honor of HI* Country"—Was Calm. Llll Renuee. Aug. 1? — Immediately after the witnesses ha<l ei.terod we courtroom Maitre Demauge, counsel for Captain Dreyfus, applied for an adjournment on account of Maitre Labori's absence. Major Carriers, the government com- missary, unexpectedly arose and oppos- ed the application in the most vehement manner, with the gestures of a stump speaker. He read a note from Labori's doctors, which, however, was a weak point, as it only said it might not be stroyed impossible for Laltori to attend on Mon- day. Major Carriere dilated upon the fact that therentire world was anxiously awaiting a decision, and upon the ne- cessity of ending the suspense. The court retired for twenty minutes, during which time the audience nni-...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

u. #Jmi--Prrfcli) Courier. C. WATSON,vKDITOR. C. B. BALL, PuiiMHiiKR. WILL MERRITT DEAD. TROUBLESOME | KXriKKD AT 8 O'CLOCK WKIINKS DAV AFTKK A LONU ll.l.NKSS— WAS lil'KKIKl) MKI.1SSA. "•u.l AT rubliahcd Tuesdays ami Friday*. /Mice of pul>li«-ntion with Daily! u. ,, .. . , , . tfo. U N. Kentucky St. I 1L M,mtt .he, at the ho.m I of liu mother on CoUcgt* smnmn one doliar per n<7 Quit Woffc, Mtrl«l H'<>* I'M I'oiUr Ai Uermoaillo, Me* , Ante l'{«* hun- dred ami fifty Ya<|iii Indiana wtn- j ploy of tho (iran l Central Min« pany at Mnuii Preactas '•" mil east of here, quit work , Sunday atarted t<> t«^>p Mill W|,P„ w,.r,. arrested " lm> authorities anJ are now ttn<| guard. Several hundred n Entered at the postotlice at Mc^ Kinney, Texas, as second claiw matter. sever !al years and was seized with fever *r,',n ,h" suiploy of the con ... t ... ii ii i stateof Uuca*, Wit it in not at I errcl I several week* ago, and ! seeing no elianee for hi- recox Tvtephone, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

Kroi 1 A ! 1 ie> (1 fail J is i! 3 Will J ia'i <lal ) tl H p| t< 4 t«{ ■ & K 1 ti il J r r 11 Proceedings Intorruptod hy the i Shoot in; of Lawyer Labori. The I'hysiriaii^ Seem to Tliiuk His Con. Union Serious—Nothing of Spc- cial Interest Developed from I la- Witness Stand. , Renne*, Aug. 13.—Hearing the news of the Labori outrage and the absence of Maitie Demange,counsel for Dreyfus, who lot t the court instantly when lie heard of the shooting and hurried to M. Labor!'* side. Colonel JoumiHt suspend- ed the courtmartial until 7:15 o'clock when the proceedings recommenced with the confrontation of General Mer- cier, formerly minister of war and M Cassiiner l'crier, ex-presidsnt of Franee. The lattor declared General Mercier's story as to the imminence of war he tween France aud Germany was grossly exaggerated and complained of the ac- tion of General Merrier in moving troops to the frontier without consulting him. M. Demange when court assembled yesterday announced tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

tr. J / Courier. C. C. WATSON, EDITOR. C. R. HALL, PUBLISHER. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. Office of publication with Daily Courier, No. 24 N. Kentucky St. Tin- anti-Goo bcl democrats «if , LIFE IN KENTUCKY. Kentucky have placed a full tick-1 —— Ct ill the field, headed by (Joy. i Man born in the wilds of Ken- John V. Brown. There remains j tueky is of feud days and easy | nothing now t<> prevent a regular j virtue. He fishcth, liddleth, fus- "bluc grass" contest to a finish. s 'th ami fighteth all the days of ^ his life. He sliunnoth water as a j Mayor < . A. Adnms, aftei i\- (j((^ much wins- ling the city of Bryan fourteen . k(>v When lie desireth to raise years without leaving a single!, j, , planteth a neiehbi] IPIION ONE DOLLAR PER YEIR! . « ,, ft J I lift* ii'i c*i\ €•< 1 ti MilJ liiglM i li€>iioi,. |.|HC*tIi even from the crat'ir** to | by the governor appointing bim ; s0(.k t||(. w.a|p of his grandsire's )ti *"juud «W e Entered at tlie postotlice at Mc^ ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

LOCAL NEWS. From Thursday's Daily. Chill tonic* at Smith Bros., Kast side. in if. Miss Addle Khinc i* visiting rclativi'K is Paris. Fred 'IVftt'lli'l' left Vest on In v for a visit to Bonhaiii. Soap from to 7.V a rak«* at Smith Bros. Hi t f. Mrs. K. L. Parker i visiting relatives in Sherman. All kinds of rubber goods al Smith Bros.,Kast side. (Jeo. Fox paid Dallas a business! visit this morning. Miss BrownUrayham lias return ed to her home in Farmersville. Good goods, low prices and fair dealings at .lim Wiley. K. C. White is attending the old settler's picnic at Sherman. Face powder from 2"> to $1.00 at Smith Bros., East side. 10 tf Misses Claire Dowel I and ,Iiin- mie Jenkins are visiting in Melis- sa. M iss Winnie Mitchel of (irecn- ville is visiting Miss Mamie Dow- ell. Buggy paint black, red ami wine color at Smith Bros. Fast side. 10 tf. II. Ball returned yesterday from u business visit to Green- ville. .lack Steel came in yesterday from Gainesville to look after the sewer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

r-y r' < Jt, / A V The Ofili-ial Investigation of th« Flood in Texas The (iuvcrnmpnt I'.xjtrrt Places Total «t *7,741,000 on 8100 Farms- bus of Cotton Is Put at 277,000 Uales. the ' Washington. Aug 15.—K. 8. Holms*, Jr.. an expert of tho statistic*! bureau of tho department of agriculture, h*i just completed a report to Chief Statist- ician Hyde of that department, embody- ing the results of a tour of the flood devastated region of Texa«. and making • careful estimate of the damagi done. Iho aggregate of which he places nt 17.741.000. The report states that tho groatest damage was in McLennan, Falls, Mi- lam, Robertson. Brazos. Burleson. Grimes, Washington, Waller. Austin, Fort llend and Brazoria counties. Ths number of farms submerged is estimate •d at 8100, which is a total area of about 1,880,000 acres. Of this area at the time of the flood thero were about .KM,• 000 acres under cultivation, :i3'J,000 acres being in cotton, 124,400 ares in corn. 10,800 acres in sugarcane and 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

LOCAL NEW5. J l£ a - > i s ■* i k ■ I vv> m From Tuesday's Daily. Little Mary Thompson is real sick. Mi's..). II. Walton lia- returned from u visit to Dallas. Good goods, low prices ami fair dealings at .lim Wiley. Judge S. M. Rt tss of Leonard is in our city today on business. Mrs. Dr. Compton of Allen was shopping mi tin* eity today. A. .). (lunstream one of Erud- ia's hustling citizens, is here to- day. Miss Carrie Dudley of Piano is the guest of Mrs. Wallace llugh- ston. A. T. Robertson, a prominent planter of Weston was in town to-day. .John Dugger and Alma Wilson were visitors from Princeton today. Mrs. Dr. Leslie of Van Alstyne has returned home, after u busi- ness visit here. Capt. Perry of Celina and Dr. liousut* of Blue Ridge were luisi- ness visitors here today. Miss Lake Faris returned yes- terday from a tun days' visit to friends in (iaincsuille. I want your trade and will save vou money, (live me a call. .Jim Wiley. Frank Ilunieutt of Van Alstyne was in the city ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 18 August 1899

V" \,: —4 J ri 'I H f V,: ' km in BILL WATSON TELLS WHAT WAS LIKE. PRODUCTS OF THE IW. 1 iu its an important itkm—will soon join iiis kkoimrnt at jolo. ANTIQOEBELITES. , (J Thajr NmI at Uiln|loD and Nominal* • rail Mat* Tlckat. Lexington, Ky., Aog. 17.— A fall state j-|.' ticket headed by Ex-Governor John l Young Brown wan nominated by the j convention of anti-Goebel Democrats. | Nine hundred delegates representing 110 of the 110 counties of the state made np the gathering, and they with the crowd of visitors attracted by the convention filled the hall, when at 1 :<V>, Hon. Phil Thompson, Hr., of Harrodsburg called the meeting to order. Judge John W. Green of Ornen county wan chosen tem- porary chairman and afterwards pre- sided under the permanent organization. lu taking the chair he made a short speech referriug to the Louisville con- vention as a mob. He declared this con- Manila, P. I., July 5th, 189!>. Mr. Ben Oats, Dear Sir: Well, ASSESSORS ROLLS COflPLETED. VAMATION ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

J k u* J \ / / V VOL. J. 1VK1NNKV, COLLIN COCNTY, TKXAS. FRIDAY, ACGCST :>*>, 1X99. NO. I ' Drcyfns' Connsel Destroys tho Testi- > mony of One Witness. WAS A WEAK STORY. Ksterbary lMd Xot Respond When Called as a Witness, but Sent a Bundle . vi of Papers—Oonze Replies to Ettlerhaxy's Testimony. •leverai til M. l.uiHiri h question*. The witness voice grew faint awl it wan scarcely audible Finally, he was asked why Eitcrhasy had not been arrested after the inquiry, and General Oonze re- plied: "Because General Maussier deeuirfd it proper to leave him at liber- ty." "Yes." retorted M. Labori. "but Gen. Bausfiier must have been deceived by tbe general staff." This abrupt declaration was accom- panied by an expressive gesture in the counsel's best style and caused a sensa- tion in court, amid which the general returned to his seat looking very ill at LEBANON I'ARAIiR Al'HS. TREATY a«ne WITH SULUS. ' H^nrifc M.—M^itre I.abori the leading counsel for tLe defense was rresent at cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

rt fr i* u [ft t'rvr r r-f ' +>* 1* •' *■ 4' > ■ ■ ".a ( '4 £)4iitv* - (fouricr. H C. C. WATSON, EDITOR. C. K. HALL, PUBMHIIKK. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. Office of publication with Daily Courier, No. 24 N. Kentucky St. j SUM ONE DOLLAR PER TEH Wotered at tho postoffice at Me Kinney, Texan, as second class matter. Teknhone, Long Distance, No. 65 HOUSE AND CONTENTS A PLETE LOSS. COM- IX TOTAI, KI'INH—KIKK TK.WIK OCT ON TIIK WORKS—OHIO IN OK KIKK fNI.KAKNKI>. 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon the fire alarm was turned in from College Hill and as u-u a I the city teams were out of place and the fire hoys were powerle to lcacli Advertising rates furnished on Application. MalLinney, Texas, Aug. 2'>, 1899. ^—«—™ Jt seems that Gainesville will I the scene before the residence of be the next city to try xperi- John Barnes was a mass of flames. went of oil as a medium of allay-i The residence was one of the ing the troublesome dust upon her; nicest cottages in the eity and public ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

yf 7) V /!" J' ^ if j 15 ii. Ho Iteapjiears iu Court tu Defend Captain Dreyfus warmly welcomed. Be l t VH1 CongrutulaK'd Ity the Pros. Went «C the Court to Whom lie Replies Eloquently- Trial Without Interest. Rennnn, Aug. 25*.—The second day ot "the third W(«ek of the second trial by courtosartial of'Captain Alfred Dreyfus ou the charge ; £ treason l egaii at ti 3(1 o'clock yestorday morning. M. Labori was present, he drove to the court in a carriage and when he entered the hall the audience greeted him by standing up and a general clap- ping <rf hands. Maitre Labori walked <iuite briskly, but holding his left arm close to his side in order not to disturb his wound. He met General Mercier and General Billot in the middle of the courtroom, stopped, chatted and smiled. M. Labori looked very welL He wis given a cush- ioned armchair. Labori was warmly congratulated by his friends. Captain Dreyfus on enter- ing smilingly shook hands with Labori. Colonel Jouaust addressed a few word...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

r- /• * ji \ 9m\*VtM9 Courier. o. C WATSON, EDITOK. C. H. BALL, Puhmhhkii. Published Tu«'s<lays and Fii<lay>. Office of publication with 1 nily Courier, No. 21 N. Kentn< k\ St, r~ I 11us an affection fc*.r him. Tin* fact in that tIk; op.'iy really true friend the Mack man liax is white man of the Soi'.th, ami his worst I enemy is the misguided imlivdual who doesn't know him.—Houston 1 Post. DEVLIN n Will Its l.at Out M I. I!tur of I'rino- I CHlir Literal lira. j Chicago, Auk. '-'4. - Senator Jones, | chairman of the Deioociatic national | committee has c!os-d tho Devlin inci- i dent that disturbed the [*eac« nu\ bar- ( uiony of the national committer at St Louis last May au<l again at Chicago in j Sauta Fe, Aug. — MctimiUH, the June by ordering the removal of the I M<(.lnnU lilrntiflril. SUBSCRIPTION ONE D0UHR PER YElft Entered at the poatotttrti at Mc Kiunev. Tevas, as ncoond class mutter. . j Telephone, UonR Distance, No. 65, Advertising rates furnUlied on j appl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

v/ # f :->-c:iM::g-o:g-o:g-c>:g~c;s-c:s~g:g^:-;g-g;g4<-:2-c.;g-o;g-o:x;X':a-c:g~c:g-c-:g^g:-3-s:o-g:a-a:-3-g:->^:a-c:o-g;x3:o-c:- CHOOL DAYS! SCHOOL SHOES! to our stock of school shoes, onsidored every possible tid- 'N calling your attention again to our shoe department we want to direct you specially to a. We are far ahead of any line in North Texas, as to values, styles and prices, W e have vantage in buying these goods, being so thoroughly posted as to what will wear and give the trade the best ser\icc. Shoes that are made up properly to tit and give tone and comfort must b3 carefully put together, especially must the sole and upper be made strong and firm, and if this is rightly accomplished, using the right kind ol material, you will have no trou- ble with your shoes—neither in the wear or tit. Studying tlieso points so closely we are warranted in saying that we are in c. n.,,i o 11 if /\fVw v linnan in tnu'ii haviuir made this (.lenartnient of our store a soeeial •...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

Igf w IS DEFEATS ^ALL EUROPE. Am Aui«rlria Coinpiny *«nir« Cob tract I. Croat Britain Must Fi«?lit Krujjer to Get Siitislaciioa. DEMANDS Tbe l(«cr President Eludes an tnswer to Vital Question* in The Trans, t&iil Knirlatid Aroused Over the Situation. London, Aug. 22.—The colonial offloe In confirming tho dispatch from Cajie Town saying the Transvaal government had handed its reply to the British •gent at Pretoria Hays that Sir Alfred Milner has telegraphed a message to that effect All that the officials at the colonial office would say in regard to the matter was that "the reply is not a complete acceptance of the pro(>osal of Mr. Chamberlain," secretary of the col- onic*. There is no lunger any doubt that President Kruger has refused to submit to the demand of Mr. Chamberlain for the appointment of a court of inquiry, . He may have done so diplomatically or hedginglv. But that his answer is re- garded by the British government as tantamount to positive refusal is now au esta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

V./ ('lull tonic* fcast fide. LOCAL NEWS. at Smith Bros., lo tf. A Mk. (i. Chandler i> on the sick From Wednesday's Dally. Mr. Joe Largent paid Dalla- a business visit this morning. .1. A. Smith of Yinelaml left t<< THE LOSS IMMENSE. Soap from to 7.V a Smith Bros. cake 10 tl at .1. II. Ferguson from South Texn>. has returned All kinds of ruhher goods fcmith Bros.,Ea>t side. at \IW Pearl Moore has returned from a visit in Southern Texas. Eye water, feye salve all the ^inds at Smith Bros., Kast side. Miss Lakic Faris returned to- flay from a visit to friends at. I iainesville. ' Katie' powder from 2"> to $1.00 jut Smith Bros., East side. 10 tf Mrs. W. A. Turk of daeobia is jjiu the city, tin- guerft of her brotli- •r. .1. w! White. Malted Milk, Mellins Food [always fresh at Smith Bros., East lside. 10 tl. ft or iii iu I*< rlu lti* Ur«w« Wort* At lleporli loin* In* San .Juan. Aug — Tit .- b>ard of . charity is sending out supplies by land day for a visit to Eure...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Semi-Weekly Courier — 25 August 1899

kbK<3© f- / y i 7 r(. { f j KB 2 THE QUAINT JAPANESE. A Free Offer to the Sick People of McKinney and Vicinity. Dr. J. L. Mackey, the eminent Chicago specialist, lia located in McKinney, and opened tin office in the Ueunl Building, East La. Street, over the Star Restaurant, in order to heroine rapidly ac- quainted with the sick people in .McKinney and vicinity, and to show his extraordinary power of curing the worst and most desper- ate forms of chronic diseases, Dr. Mackey will give to all patients visiting his office for the first weeks h careful consultation, ex- amination, advice and medical services absolutely FREE. The onlvcost to patients taking treat- ment will he the actual wholesale cost of the medicine used in the cane, which Dr. Mackey will furnish from his own laboratory. This offer will commence Tuesday morn- ing, August 22nd, and end Tuesday Sept. f th, after which time tin usual charges will be made. Dr Mackey has been for twelve years one of the leading specialis...

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