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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 30 May 1888

Collin County ID DOLPH BROS. ZorromJ un PRICE: ONE DOLLAR A YAKK IN ADVANCE. VOI,. VI. MLK)NNEY, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 188ft. NO. 1(1. THE MERCURY. By RUDOLPH BROS. One Collar a Year, in Advance. Xoteredl at the Po lufficc at McKlnner. Tpjw. aa Second-t lues Matter. Mayor Duplex. of W heatland, Cat., m a colored man. Jri>o* Gresham wears five war bul- lets in his system. r Campbell Brown, one of tbc lead - / farmers of Tennessee, lias become name. I'kOWSSOu A. A. stauk. of West- Jt Id. N. J.. the weil-knowu. microseop- st. has lost his sight. Wat.tfr Rfs\st hn« gone to Italy to rest. Jle is one of the very hardest working literary men in London, y . Kkv. Fkf.plhick Courtney, Bishop Nova Scotia, is considered to be one ~>f tl e !>est authorities on the English language. Dr. ( ■ ATLiSfi h. s patented a new gun metal, composed of steel and aluminum, and said to be of remark- able strength. Mrs. William IX Bishop, Jr., daughter of the late Klihu B. Wash- burn*?, is ill with...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 30 May 1888

I. <; «• K s r j « 1 i c 7 RUDOLPH BROS., T K K M V $1 K> A VKAff. - - Ki>itOI:s. IN ADVANCE L I IK MERCURY. Ani"'1,,us11N- McKinney, May 20, 1888. Ki>. MBBCI KY: Have? vou ever been to Austin? It not, vftiiM better go. When you get. there, s *the town as soon as possible t (it will take but an hour or two;) then go to Sin Antonio and spend | the rest of the time you have to spare. This is advice—one of the cheapest commodities I'nown to American peo- ! pie—ami as such you are under no ob- ligations whatever to accept it unless .M IV _ FROM WES'lOX. -1 Susines goo i las*, week. FROM It LOOM DALE. -Notwithstanding the fact May 2' I'rummers have been very p«enti- that we had a superabundance of rain for farming interests through the pli.ck and t "THE people." The agonv is over. I—The f\ have it. The court hems'* is resting easy. An 1 thev were all De-moekery-cy. day in ful for some tim ' Joe Reneaw is in our mi sr again 1'r. H. (1. Selman, of T\ ler, is spending a few da v...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 30 May 1888

1E R C URY. ll'Xt'KJIENTS. i.w a^skssoh. M ri/« «1 to announce A. :i candioate for Tax As- %'ovembcr elect ion. subject tan of tiieiltMiiomitic party. TAX t <>M.K«T«>K. PTr<* authorized to announce W. R. KLL as ti candidate for Tnx <'ol C'iiftie Shipment. The following cattle shipments were made from this «-ity lasr Friday: J. W. Fields. six cars. ; .1. G. A G. F. Barnes. five cars. J. M. <"oleman. two cars. A Scar« v. one car. Mays A: Work, two ears. •T. L. Franklin, two ears. *On t>i* same day there were eight car-loads of bois d'arc posts shipped. K. M. Board has no sign boards on During This Year I McKinney will have a cotton cosn-, press. M«-Kinney will have a grain elevator.! McKinney will have an Alliance mill, McKinney will have a magnificent | new brick school building, McKinney will have at least twenty ; new brick business houses. McKinney will have at least one hun- dred and tiftv new residence buildings,! Personal. Mrs. X. J. M.nrley visited friends...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 30 May 1888

RARE ANIMALS AND WiRDS. Canada I.rnX|OU«r, Mack Fox, and Golden I>|le Killed In ftulll \ nj| County. Th^ winter t>f 188S has b««n rem Ark- in Sullivan county, mhu a Monti- (S. Y.) letter to The New York Sun, for the re-appear rdcq alons its streams and its woods of specimcoa of fur bearing animals which for many years ►ufive been looked upon as extinct n th'jt region. Early in the winter a *-*nada lynx was shot in the town of Rockland, one was trapped in the town of Fremont, and another was seen in the town of Newersink, but escaped. A white deer was ehot at. but not killed, ;n the woods on the headwaters of the lieaverkili. A black fo.* r nd a s Iver- grav fox. botfi exceedingly rare ijpec o« of that family of an main, were k.iled in Hit* town of Cooheeton. A peculiar cir<*irnslau-o connected with the kiil- ing of the black ffx was that he had cap tired a fowl known** the mud he*, and wa* c:irry ti«r it i 11 his iiiOHt^ when killed, the first ol the kind seen in *;i s coun...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 24 October 1888

cojll i k County mercury KVDOLPH KItOS. kv nxm axu Pr^mrwm. VOL. VI. trlCE: OXK doluljt A TAER DC ADVAHCX. M KINNEY, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21,1888, NO :!7 YELLOW FT /VER ONE DEATn AT DE~ATL*Ii. Decatur, Ala., O et. 23.—One >v«nr4 nov; mittop of nou-partfcans a^jjcinteil f<>:-' the purpose. II-; expects tt> rt-main i;i) j T x:i.s about ten .lavs. His appoint-I ram a rolnrprl xei p. v i tnents have not iet btY'n settled upoa. case, a colored v nrri%n. Ed Young ; He wwl deliver ;;n tlied last ni^ht, Mrs ^ Wooidridgo is dv- inland Mrs.Parker ig dangerously sick. We had a good fr< >st lar-tnigiit, enough, 1 think, to put ar t ond to the cpideniic. ' S '' to the island, sufTering the greatest ' hardships while there and having noth- , iii'i to eat but fish until the \Y. B. llale ■M St.VI.N IN THE BIBLE. - .ilress in this eitv , at vJ o'clock Moin'.vy afternoon next. A NEW MOTOR WASHINGTON NEWS, \v t!u'm UP Sun«Jay and lauded j The Brooklyn Divine Elucidates them at the ...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 24 October 1888

t pa ■ tcsnmi Til II 1/ i > / ' 1 " I > V H<' lake iiul <;«-{> li'Tt* THAT "ILLF^AL COST. i J 1 IJ Jl Lilt t' II 1., A11 lhe Sa u-. * '. •• ■ ————| , , , [McKinnev Examiner.] * o Statutes Act Job re,us as follows: | ^*il! the reader who In- heard , When arv officer collect* non .v « '• .i, . .■.. l.,. , .. i.. ? . i„„ i UiJLMJLPlI lUiOS., - tkhsis : EOITOKS. SI* VHI-t Id-tl-j $1 h) A YtAU, IN AI>VANCK ron I'HEsiijent : CHOVER CLEVELAND, OF XEH YORK. FOK V K E I'HEsmENT: ALLEN O. TIIUKMAN, or ouio. FOR COXUKESS. HON. SILAS HARE, OF s-um^.w. r< n Ki.r.CTons: The state at large—A. W. Terrell, of Travis J. W. Bailey, of Cook* First District—A. T. MeKinney. of Walker. • j; to an s ra ' r." > li, tx ■>'! •' h iitlsv c:iarg<« i• lit io ov trio leu i- 1 r> < ■; i i w "t >•, -t v; • m.O- ' iip L *7: . f ^r._ a* ' '*$■ i^.5 i R, V -A taiii x^.4.'V lr>" ' >:i \>w. h ' ><> £i v. :'v; * . V v ; • TC" i .. ¥>« < ^ f /*-^S vide: iii tl...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 24 October 1888

JUMMl■! m , BP— .•"■■HIA.tillJ -*-* ' W- C* MJ.. V 4 . •> *. * f '•! . «• £ ■* fr % -r r '4/>; ■ v ' --. • £V ' r / 7 -' r >. - - <■_ •"■ M r/i v£| " •« *" • * I L"1* i ."*♦ k'*" 'V ** J* \ i -v •■■■.* ±~?7'~zBSgvpgttzi /..".•. /•.->~v.yf V 4 t ^ ?. 1 ' ^ V—C), \ 00;: .1 ' a : , Lians, VJ-GGG3 b am: ikmg Goods, Hosiery, etc., at prices sc cheap you tire bound to buy. Don't be deceived by those who tell yoj thev c:m so!! a-- cheap, just eome and look through oar stock, compare prices and see for yourself. Our pr'ccs Invitation is extended to all to conic and feel at home wlien at uiv store. ZsSakl'Si Jgs&k^! 3«civsr*>i:.*r5. Has a Full and Complete Stock of Dry Go Never in the history of the town have goods been offered at su ,i prices. ' ;r -n . are very reason a Come Etxid IESulv" -%? G-c •A-> f v a—a—gagmmabafcn ■ ^ wi■' ^■ rw v«v.m «gvw.r..• y/wfcao . * \-/i - ■ -> -v- jk*xhbss T II E 31 1\! ]{ ( '• r li Y.j l!® ®C6WCaPS PRAY A«ADi. J —Don't fail to se...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Collin County Mercury — 24 October 1888

V AUF An t A -I* the To I ■ 1 Ir f ri A. fi, OLriSEHENl * :. nr. l.aita. ' .i ..'n;r roae , • v «• .t r. i - I'isei i in ntit' g prcsoJ in qiict. Then we hoarc j U hcreaia from M Jlti.l ;i frijjhl.u 'iiit rv from J iliun- . iuo wiiter-bui' iiii'i been I'*fl crire'esil, hit.f-coVcre- an ! Joi<;imv it; I f i.len in. HERE: AND THERE. Wu ti-h- ! ! in Ii;ir. hurt. b il i ,'en! < v i- u>. il .<•1 J iiinnv i:i ' i' <• . iuoro fr tr-i'e.it ui-jgiviugs began Ibe i > W * . i l(jr) ,1 T«un<i I 1! I " il f ■a nearer ( IMCiUO. HITl ICiol" il. J ti..y u:ii OV-J Wtt ft-rit Hioro 'IS f W ' Il;iii ;t VOU.!*. b.t'obo .n - ti our i: im• in« i in -i continual s'nto of a- f)tv. Ii- f'-'l from Ii -*ii p! re*. p n.i 1( f.. >, ii i hp i !1« St. II-: «!. t il* i i; ii* • run i.t *1 in 4 ! I , iry >J-by.' " i a * < < < >. < I «ri < •i %• • ;i:.i II, \-i nnd roio^i •• •. > r ari n* yaln ii * • <; ;)i.i^, How We Adontorl " « pted 'Johnny. t. Fi.AG.'i. tooth; l...

Publication Title: Collin County Mercury
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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