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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1860

r\ THE mm m :&9 :.. ¿v, . '.¿t, 1 ^X£.\ w7 fill W ('• h-V V'"; •'•ff^''■•'■'r ■' ' '"' ' '* ' fltlwttii 1® politics, dineral $tttclliptt, ^gritullurt, ^otatíBiir literatee, THOMAS <36 DARNALL, " The Virtue nd Intelligence of the Peoples-Ike ujr |^tt«rd of our IJbortles." VOL. 6. M° KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, T —i. r POETRY. natTüiÍalsonu. THE BELL Ol" TENXE8SHE. —o— iloar the Tenuetseun Hell! The "nation' " Belli The people—ah! the people know Us intonations well! Yes, its notes so full and clear, Iluve reached the " nation's ear!" Then let it ring! Let if swing! With, a hearty " clwg-altny I" And with gl e! OI to every Union'man 'Tis a welaime, glofl pean ! - boift this igff rlou* land. ,|—, .¿¡mT . Then strike tills "'joyal Bell," Till all " patriotic bosoms " swoll! Let it tell 1 tell! tell! its " Union" rhymes! Let it ring! ring! ring! With a merry " cling-a-liny t" Aud the peoplo they will Iluten To its chimes. For when the people hear Those Union notes so clear, As they swe...

Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1860

'iWWM RMMf .ii-V 'ft ||||g JAMES W. Mo K Pill OA Y H .HAS, Editor. NE Y TKMIiER 14, 180"). q $ * 111 SUBSCRIPTION TWO INVARIABLY X* rAMRUX, Six MonthMtabMriptivn. thre* '• '• . . v ■Ir — WE nv T10NAM8M. DEFEAT TH.JB MCXIRN MSSSEMeXE. ■ , ■. _ t . __ ^ y _ Vfce Illscussluiijiii thu loth. |for thoTpurpose of reviving tbe old The assemblage at the Court House! Wl,i* ***>diC" nDd, t," t ba llierefor« last MamUy, to hear the discussion on™8' four vote8 of f«M for Gen' the poliuoid questions of the day, l«- ¡h9"1 UoU6to"- I ween Messrs. Epperson and Rainey, I „ ? M,r* 1N,0f|0D wa* Presenl. Cül- was hlgljly respectable both in point of (disclaiming "ny desire to place umnbSFs^ud intelligence. I,im ,u a fa,8e P™' '®" before the peo- Tbe discussion was commenced by I'K 'nquiioü whether the r,.port was a Mr. Epperson, «bo spoke for nearly ,eIJ,(i!outHlion of w,1Bt bo had slaves, yet nothing a Deraooint, wa*[ ^6 slavery question.' Tbe Question' Reviewed. As some of our Democratic friends no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1860

f. ' '- !k H W! ñú ,'*f t *' f W.' . .ras MCKiifií j Douglna al Norfolk Virginia* At Norfolk, Vh., a few week ««cc tito following questions were pro- pounded to Julga lW« nnd un •wared in hi* upoeoh: * Qoesiiou—f Abraham Lincoln be eleoted JVw'dent of the United State Southern States be justiflod ¡a séuedini from the Uniou ? To this'I emphatically iiuswor No. The election of a win to the Presi- dency by the American people, in con- formity with the Constitution of tbe United States, would got justify any •tttnipt irt dissolving this glorious Confederacy. Question—If they, the Southern Jflwckinrldge could carry ovary South-f NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, /em State—though it uow seems be is^> — -—— I. IIOCKKtt, J. W. KAI.FUS HOOKER & KALFUS, CABINET-^-MAKERS . 8 >V* not going to carry n singlo one by thy f. by dividing tba North, da. Still, o gives every one of tbe Slates to Liucoln, thus allowing him to be eleo- ted by the popular vote. Why, what was tiie true aspect of the contest b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1860

\y TB8 ICKIRNB r MS88SN6K i POLITICAL MBETIKCi. At an adjourned meeting of friends of the Constitution, and tlio Union, held at McKiunoy, Collin county, Tex at, Saturday September lit, 1860, Col N. U. Hnsolwood whs called to the chair. • * The object of the meeting having been explained to bo the reception of roport of a committee on resolution , appointed at a formor meeting, and the report being callod forf the committee through their cbniimait submitted tin following: The undersigned having been ap pointed a committee, á^a meeting of the friends of the Constitution and the Union, held at the Court ITCttse in the towp of McKinncy, on Saturday the 18th ult., for the purpose of dral resolutions expressive of the vlewa "" the meeting, and to report to an tUU' September the 1st., rexpeotfully submit ' the following: 1.Resolved, That we, a portion of the citizens of Collin county, Texas, feeling a deep interest Tn the perpotuity of our institutions, hereby declare our reverence for tli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 March 1861

s«a itítmé THOMAS at «fií VOL. G. PARUat.T, :r¿^- Ju .8.'. ,?:. T"0.M.A8' jno- * baksail. • TS!ÍÍ22EPY «Sqm • ¿íssrs' ™ «- ~ " *uPpi¡í?tfgíhípíS!fk-í"sr-A-r'1' .- J2L'*r ««W^HíérattHWrí. ooir- mAdrwfo,. . Speech or Robert II. ¿ DtUytrci in the Mouse qií Uves of the Tex— the Joim /Cesuiutions to ' or approve the 'Conven Urn to «« ... ¿/« 28th Jauuaay 18t) 1." Mr. TAYLOR ¿hid: 4 I Mh. Speakkr, .,..., Hho'f™ Evolution, aud be who «an W« are in the midst the TWKW wliose appall: check iiHuru. :|5L«2 [lo, inent'whose foot-faljj ataÍN cat ^limita ■" r*"; Stsst^SW^* day. «¡i', I «vydjii resist M ■>.y ivii i oo 00., - 00.'. 17 00.. C&ucatr wrtifi, rd of our ' TJu> virtue and %ítflinndí«^"«'# 1* 1861. ■lis- are til ero! for it. reerii't* th* govern #uf> 1U . 2d, because tba o speeds, if ii was Oonstitu are u * ft* «fee ber in this House, In the fa. unlleiiee, all «ver iheaountr ^ .4 i L .. á fllAIVl ill «I men—, ■«" au pi nig uj> m diU tiiat from I ""'iSKtecr i shall be i\s,tb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 March 1861

m cKinitir isse V br©V«H down, í.ecuis<3 a propowil... (¡bangs U nrrenile i0 a majority, «¡(,o r"",,'or" aro too i Wnt to effect it in the proscribed i Je) If tLía h s bocomii AMR!* W.. TIM * 13fll. __ •*"— S 4 íj S S ffiWOWIWO DOLLARS per ANNUM, a advance. [ Months Subscription, . >1,84 sr^ti A Few Thoughts lor tho People* —o— Tbo convention, if it be lawful lo call ita convention, which framed tbo ordinance of seoess.ion, was not called by constituted «nthuflfles; I,* , the election of delegates held in obedience ihe will ««. "J •> '«'«•*'|U„ M«bVl| „„ u of of .1.. l.r.of .t,« S J" ^ to participate in it, not only justifiable but in a high degree jiraisowortliy. UM r. C ii 111 o u n. i n.éU * <>ico tho! .-d in tho U. S. Setri ' / 2 d,, 1807, bold tlia*. ihe proMion «convention of the people," tbéwill of a part—superior lo that to Hie Vit ion I «- 'rna CoKsrv '■rent Excjefum ttj t" A M0CKlA.v axd W«fc frrted by a jiatrtut b« And tiiof ni'« w/tch|i^ her still frort iu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 March 1861

C|e Utwup. LOOAti ITfJtJIviQ. rm """^rReinemlier uTo «Ustión next Monday for local representative and Wanted.—See advertisement un dor thii IIOHCI. j^yTbe speech of lluu. Robert 11. Taylor,, to. be found x}b our first page wild woll repay a pwujpl' • , jpy The acticlo .wltUA appeared i u "flSuttJtó PRl*T®tóe cnPlion of , ^f,M! iP^luition of •.lr^aspn,.. 6^ouy1,jlwljj j)je|j.4éj.6(j¡teil te sources during my triW'ls, and stay at Washington, that the «¡sutiioniHts do not intend to stop sW of a full Slave basis of representifton, and of suffrages confined to Slauownértliip, and a Military Dictators^ to sup- port it. I cannot therefor support disunion, and beseech my country men «lio love their' wives, ohildreh nnd homes to defeat it. " . GEO. w. rASCII At. Austin, Fa&yfl leflj. the Austin tea XyiiteWgoucer. The i mistake.; credit C^;i% In the U. S. Senate on«,e nth inst., the Naval Appropriation iaii being under consideration in committee, " Mr. Ilal^offered on amendment to built) ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 March 1861

Singular Reveille. A very intelligent lady, who kuow the pnrlfet and circumstances, rein ted to us the following incident, which oc currod iu Alalmum several years ago: There lived in tlio country two very respectable and wealthy families, rep ie*enie<l, as the sequel will show, by a gentlemen whom we stiatt on)) Job , and a lady whom we shall call Mary. The families were intimately acquaint- ed with each other, and had no objec- tion to a matrimonial alliance. John was n quiet, good humored young man, but taciturn iu his dispo- sition^ lie began to visit .Mary, who was a plain, domestic girl, of very good mind and accomplishments. lie was always welcome to Mary's home, And every attention was shown him. Indeed the opportunity w« again and again offered for him to tell his love, if tie chose to do so. Hut he did not improve such opportunities further than to talk, whoti lie conversed at all, upon uotnlrionplace subjects.— 'cofthj 'ia k'1 n l^L'cP interest tn Mary, itiliuded himse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 June 1861

íÍpv:<á8W"i>:'¡ ' l 1 <>i| > !«rt «tiltoqii .■n/.Tfc ^u_L.i-V¿ &'■ >1 uíík'jlu!) * -.iv*'i ^FFrifJrrfr, .Ui J I .¡Ir U l >ul} / I i¡7o;l ! «>■■■*: 1 wrxx A'AAW *JIJ<tU«t h <.« i ir ««■■I • ■ ,.' ,.>. .. '' I .'.■ ÜtMeii te;'filitics, THOMAS 4c DA.RKAt-z. VOL. 7. M° KINNEY^ U " *' TF foto "Jí< <: • * «■ -ti J ¡ ■•• .-a* ¡i-.-l t JL- ■ .iLpc ' «Tto Virio?hnd Intelligence ói' the f*¿oPle—tbc oiiíy f ' . • ■ • . niC'ir. 'iijii ■•/;. ien >t**i (i . ■ ■ ■fettiín-<"1m '"fnr ^ JAS. W. THOMAS. as** j J ü LLLll. 111L JJ TJIE McKlNiNEY MESSJáNüfitt IS l'Um-l.SiUil) JiViSitY FKiDAV ill' J.NO. T. OAll.VAl.L. Uli.UJQUAltTEitS TEXAS STATETROOPS ]of llvum¡i>utoa nOur ererjr hn>i«>'M tiiBTuli. TJity aujux4.n1' ubnkii.m.'h üm-ick. , , win üuiiu^oi tucuinpo« imiduv<iiuui)k kthsum, Austin, Junu 16, lffllj | wlioru. Ibo ineu müy hiiTB ftidiiinow.latWbuti General Onler , No. 4. ln üülníiliunou will, (lío proclamation of (lio .Stalest will Mrtof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 June 1861

. / i ir "fB" thi mckxjutst msssbkgsr. /m. * jf\* 1 A)w«il J)l>patt\ to the /huiton Baltimore, Juut 14.—Ilonry Winter P| ff£ afflCSfií lt fttt' l*y the nrtlvnl of the schooner Roynl Davi it defeated. J Ymjlii at (¡nlventon thin niofbing al| St. Louis, June 14.—Seven addition seven «Vloik and forty minuter, we are;al ooropanie* with a «is gun battery IiImumI in |>o«HeMÍon of the following have departed for the Pacific Railroad, intelligence: I The Government ha* purchaaed the !Special to the Dell* steamer, 1). A. January. Richmond, June 13.'feWe have re-j Hermann,Mo^June 14.—The steam K ® IB ® B J3 & ® B porta from Washington in regard to ¡or White Cloud, laden with cannon ™ Aw«nif !tho evacuation of llariijfr Ferry,which ¡and military atores, having the Gov- "" doubted here, hut circumstances ornor and Staff on board, has left Jef- ferson City for Arrow Rock. Fortress Monroe, June 14.—Great Bethel is partially evacuated, but can lie reinforced io force at short notice. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 3 February 1865

i-/ vre. jftf ^ g Hf K J.A.S. W. THOMA -•, EDITOR -A-HNTZD PROPRIETOR. VOL. 10. McKINNEY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1805. No. 81. From the Houston Volegraph. Tlio fi>llo\vinp; article from tho Richmond Sentinel luis attracted no little attention in Richmond, it having been attributed at lea¡ in substance, if not in language, to the Presi* dent.' We doubt if lie had anything to do •with it, still from the comment it lias excited oast of the river, we deem it of sufficient im- portante to justify the space wo give it. Mr. iSoward, Yankee Secretary of State, had it copied and sent officially to all Yankee minis- try at foreign courts: A POSSim.E ALTKHX.VTTAE. It becomes us coolly and calmly;,to look in to tho circumstances of out condition, and adopt with firmness and energy such a po'i- cy as wisdom may point ort and o.:r necessi- ty constrain. It is childish to whine under misfortune. It is'cowardly to sink under it, our rulers th Yankees. If adverse gales and devouring bil- lows should...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 3 February 1865

■rr*--«Monta Til E M cK IN NK SS E N (J ER. «í im. \\%. TuoMAS-lidiior a Proprietor. McKmnoy, Friday, February !5, IHP.j. O U K T b. H MS: H'llififi'iption for 1'2 months, : $'2 00 \iivkut:wv«s Kates : <>ne dollar per square f t.cn lines for the lirst insertion, ami 50 cents í; r each subsequent insertion. All orders must. b* accompanied by the cash, ''on federate and State Treasury Notes received <r their rurronf rates. When I, mm And other country produce • siren at cash price?. j.**" W<; a re nut li< to announce Col. X.A TUAN'II'X W. TOWNKS, of li'iiirtr county, aa u «•indiil.ite lo lill tlie v.ioiiiu-v in tin- (' S. Coi-aress. oerusiolicd Ijv the death of 11' 'ii S. II. Morgan. wr District Court commences at this place next Monday. tr in*h wa'ers have broken the ronnen tion of the mails; hence we. have no laten, ws wr We have been favored with n penile l>ut almost constant fall of rain this week lusting from Monday until Thumday mo tttng The ground is now thoro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 2 February 1866

MESSENGER. ?: > '• *.Í4 fjl.m. W. THOMAS, SX>ZT0Stj^.X4-Z>3X m0 3ftXKT03t. AW T TUB US ION IS SAFE, TBE CONSTITUTION DEMANDS THE PATRIOT'S CASS. • & m 1 ■ A I •S, *? jl ¡yiy VOL. 11, MCKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1866. NO. 13. Í© ' T ■MM mí¿ ■ m ' Sdceicd. .i«B rtl.EElMNU CHILD. AT brook weot 4 octnff on it war, Pram bank to valley Ion] in| , Aad by Itaannny margin Ujr 4 lovely iutmot altering. " Thiairmr of the ponrinjf *trt%m Binka not ib* tpell which bound bin, l.ttt tiunic breathing in hi dnuu2, -A tahaby aroantf bin. It ia • 1n ety apst <o titw, Wirbtn liift world af Borrow, On* spot«-li¡«It ittill r«uiua the hue Vfce With fiara Ueaveu may borrow. A*4 «eb vh tbw—a scene so fnir, Artayeá iuamuuii-.r bfflMpeai, At>4 one |)o«r b«i jr rested there, Oat aual of i'mIwui wbltaneas. WUi fc«{<v* draottw, fuir child, «re givto, To «ant their aooeibiiie o\¡r timet Wkoi ootA uuitonth.r «cu*I to Heurm, %'k*ia |*U btffvtx thocf For amda of cloutllss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 2 February 1866

*rr* i a m w~>++ ®je iHcsstnrjci'. 111P. CONVENTION. What will (he convention «lo V V'b-.t run .1.1 .t «*+*** ill''", titul t..".t Silt' 1 ad Hl-.ffv.'vd v:IV,• „i,j nth'.•' k>i:• i■ in 1 d-vasí.-. eon r.u-1 ;• .j^vci i.-h-Í jiümj. :• ¡;w iM' iit of t!u c<¡• 411• r■ * •; ¡tlite,.- i r lour thon.-i- Í l i,. , \. .. , i c>. !(!•••• Ijf •414 V* t ÜU IV - > «i* ti Hill' | • ... M <« '• - •■ •' - - - - — - r . ml millions vf | ro¿Jtrt\*' ¡n ti.„n .f.-iiv rson war> rented for tho.'" communicated," I find a very flatter- '¡'lit- J'mpleciile sv. a tho "JeiTer.-on Hotel, [ Communicated.] Dbais Editor Uudcr the head of lit legitimately do* V.'nat should it Co. , , . ( Jas. ^ . I JIOMAS—LditOl" A-Proprietor.'These tiro ail interesting <]U'--.stic-ns. 'i Is.: flirt J111 4 lV ji.; ft kri iity o.ie, ami we .'-hull not rC.'i mpt ti< .. 'answer ¡t. Tiic second, in our i-- T^SMS- ;>>f easy r-oluli-.m. Tho iinswer may be com flu!. ?rlplíoii, single c >jjv «mo ?Tnr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 2 February 1866

WWW.L I J l! ... .WH'IR. '! c it e s s1! o n a l . . f From the Houston Telegraph. Washington, J& . 8.—Senate.—No Uusi nets of importance was transacted in thi • bodv to day. The session lasted but half an hour. I Mr. Wil'.iftniH, .'of Oregon, oftVrd a rcsolu tion, that in order to maintain the nntiora' authority and protect the loyal citizens of tin Receding State , tho military forces hou!d¡noi be withdrawn from those States until Con- gress declare theh^prescnce unnecessary.— Passed. Washington, Jan. 9.—-Senate.-—Mr. Sum tier of Massachusetts, offered a resolution to protect freedrncn from being kidnapped and carried to Cuba and Brazil; there to be held In slavery, lie read a letter from persons in Alabama stating this to be so, and remarked that Federal ofiiccrs wore among the guilty parties. He moved that the Committee on the Judiciary in/jitiro whether any further legislation was needed to prevent private slave trade. Mr. Davis, of Kentucky,had no doubt that Yankees were o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 2 February 1866

mmw l\ r Rfr> W-J W-* AN INDICATION. .Iw-wn Mr. Toliard, liic editor of tho Dxatti-¡they exist, would b; of ¡nteiost to your, may not be tu&tlc goml, ami uuneso gooil that From the N-w York Trues. j'! iri """ ■'i'r flwi'ka, ti c corresprnuieot of readers and the public generally, I tike gtuitjit m-.y not be inado better by a judicious in- It is Impomlble for the Govvrntue il wliicbííbo Nc« Yoik Tinea, for Hie Imur'a letter jphmiurQ in making the fallowing Ktftteiuvitt: J vestment in priuUrV ink. Barnitm saynit ha reeofftlat'd tliu Toico of So'lib < arolina to'in the Tim '«, of iho i<th, ridiculing Pollard. | Th« original tax i*28cvnts on the «uudred;¡8 the bent fiicnlhe ever had, and no one be equally potent with that of M/istiachuseUfi, Í''rooks l(.ok n cowhide from Pollard, v hen 'dollars. Tho penalty for non payment iu .¡n this ecu -\try hasaver ftaown hlm-telf bet- Mid that of Georgia to have the same «fTw'tj Pollard di* w a knife; whereupon the pnrtii.,¡1W, is om h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1866

wnm ft* '' rp:>. * w*r r? * Hut i •4; >w / ' f ' r* f • /'• A.S. W. TKÉOMA8 #! " '"■ *3^ VOL. 11. M ICINNEV, OMXIN COUNTY, TiSX AS,Tl*IDAY4 ] i,' NO. 49, Texas «¿i-asaes. A Perfect Womauliood. Wo extract from tho Chicago' and freighted tho balmy south wind with sweet fragrance thousands of youru previous tafihe' time the tramp of civilisation liad these beautiful plain*. The ovv contains thirty-five aero*, ;goí'Se sior lEjas*,*6" BiSJrwsv 5¡H£ TiiRKAps from St^üuks'^* m"v tfW*ee, so ° human soul rises inv #ing through earthly media, TIIK ^rar in illt0 been turning' his a'M¡ ri8h,l ™ iw4frUwjt attention to'the value of the stalk t !ro, an] of the cotton plant, for the purpose W,H avcn .. , . 1 - ■ r pendeneo upon the body reat is ritorft imposing edifi one but Born' self know* when it will resent the ii hod. The " some of hi over tho p e visits t wée i?, Tho aroa of the Stato is estima- ted at 1 Of),504,560 acres, of which ♦only 2,758,4415 acres are improved, ^«qcoi'ding to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1866

/ J A M. \v. UiOüi .l«f t:dttur. IK KI XXliV. VIUDA'fTNUVKU«EíU6,1S0'1 Puk<rrlplli)ii| inntflt- copy «ni* «'«ip. .f" nn •• •• " hk iiiiiiilli . I TA captured hint June,and the Fenian lütli «lincriet; (.'well, in plato oí < f tbo Southern people, and have . demonstration on giuiduv gfter- IIuK l ard, in HJth district, /> ? j&harod,Hie Éonoi* wjd reward "'*■ noun, ut Buffalo, where promiiioiit1 Th* majority ¡" New York is which were at their disposal ri. ironsiácrable number of Southern ered an allocution condemning the Foil.allll nmdtí ujdPOÍi.es ..,,,1 variously estimated tit from 5000 influence you possessed y< people, tliat the congress of the'induct of Italy, declaring his ^U- nmde ftnd.t« 15,000 Illinois 40,OOy iWuI, to promote the rebellion. ' 1 ' * .. ... x ... . .n o i... 1 ilicnn lmnoritv: \\ iscunsin. Jh.OílÜ motives mav have boon i oot liitality of (lie Fresen t'qjIiyiVKS. Tha opinion is prevalent with a Kijrlii pruiicu ini« ypur . sajii :1(oil at the North...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1866

' líeoled thoiW:©ttW4*gttiU)itk.o!VA /j. NovemberJIeieor . generous impulso; tho utmost rig-j* Tlio following interesting article or of the law is enforced, in almost j9 from the pen of professor C. G. - every instance, and the " pound of. Forshey : flesh" is unblushingly doipandod. j*The papers art announcing the Unce fine plantations' wero seized expected return of the great me* and sold for a titho of what they JteOrio display of 1888. Its anni- ,or o,T «vow.,, i„ fields are attached, atul houses aro WBa ur 18(i7 admits of some dis- f stripped of every vostige of fui'iii-joussion. The expectation of its re ture and sold under the pitiless'turn is bftsod Upon the fact of its hammer. And tk< end is not vet." haying been seen in 1770 by Hum. . boldt and Bompland, tlion travel- Texas Eicms. ing iu Curriamv, South Amorica. moe.t the emergency, and until the . S, caialrj-ls ovgadtod tmd «.at i this department. nut In ouemoutfrwillbe #mt to titubead [ Ft. Smith Herald. Letter otilw. ...

Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1866

t Wbai do I mean to worry? Well— * 'lit idle to dinputc with fate; But if you cUoow to hear me tell, Pray Unten while I flx the dote. When daughtm baste, with eager feet, A mother'* dully toil to hure, Cao make the pudding which they eat, And mend the stockings which they wear. When maidens look upon a man As In himself what they would marry; And not as army soldiers sean A sutler or a commissary. When gentle ladies who have got The offer of a lover's hand, Consent to share his ' 'earthly lot," Aud do not mean his lot'of land. * When young meehanles are allowed Yo iind and wed the farmer'* girls Who don'texpect to be endowed With rabies, diamonds and pearls. When wives, in short, shall freely give Their hearts and hands to aid their spouses And live as they were wont to live Within their sires one-story houses. Then, madam—if I'm not too old— Rejoiced to quit this lonely lift1, I'll brush my beaver, cease to scold, Aud look about rae for a wife! The Farmer's Song. Let the wealthy an...

Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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