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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Advocate — 3 April 1880
THE M< KINNEY ADVOCATE OFFK K OF ATKiN ->.L*Tll 1'lT.LIt -QVAK KXTKIIKD A I TIIK IV I ILU AT M iilNNEY V- -! >M < I. A— MAIL M ATT) i:. JOSEPH W- BAINES, Proprietor. A XEWSPAPEB OF TO-DA Y—DE VOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF COLLIN COUSTY AS1) SOUTHER* TEXAS. TEEMS CASH: Two Dollarj a ? jar VOL. 4, NO. 1. WHOLE NO. 157. MCK1NNEY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1880. ESTABLISHED 1877. THE ADVOCATE Fl'BI.ISIIKD EVKItY SVri IlI'W BY JOS. "W • BAINLS. TXKMS OK srBSCRllTIOX. One copy, one y«*ar ? - M i One ropy. six months 1 00 One copy, four month.3 ~ "*•> Job irork in cash on deli very. AOVF.RTIMIXd KATiS. JOS. W. li.UM. J. A. I.. WOl.KK HISTORICAL SKETCH -OF- lui with thickets aud small skirts of timber bordering on their banks, and wild ilowers of every hue and variety presented scenery unsur- passed in loveliness. In November, 1S42, Joseph If. Wilcox, David Helms and Joseph Harlan commenced a settlement I 0^-Oflicc up-stairs in X« \vsoni.'sbuild- Her Soil, Climate, Towns, People,...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Advocate — 3 April 1880
MM IK ADVOCATE IOS W HAINES. Editor anil Pmprtctnv jIlrKlNNKY, A ridl* V l*SO. To Our Exchanges. If our «*nterpiise ni**i iIm any • «•- 1^' lit your hand*, c .shall in: ratcfnl to receive it, and .shall lie leaded to reciprocate tin; kintl- «*h* at auv tiim\ flnfekbcrry ComMnni^-V1. hel*e venture tlie assertion Unit in «hurchcs at tisi- pi are \<i \ elegant Is situated between Honey au«l proportion to area, tlien* is scarce- :""l ctineeihai tin- .• • w-.k •. •* . i- a- -i _*i. • . t c i . .i t «d behind auv section in tin- spirit "t in- j W Met... fri'.ks, live milts north I; to lie IV.iiiitl anj lier.-, oilier n„ nin.iim , \venl of McKimiey. Soil mostly of districts of the same extent that ;m,| Mi--i..n;i y Kipiots. McthodM-, the Mack waxy kind, so eoininon will eipial it in production of all Cumberland i\i-b\ietian- ami * li i*ti«« i- throughout the ronnty. Agiicnl- the cereals, viz: wheat* oats, bar- :;,lr ;l'' u' " 11 ,,r' ',|1'*' . tural productions embrace every- |t>* ut...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Advocate — 3 April 1880
\ TF I *,rcc Schools of Collin County. Keltic lla-ton EXTRA COPIES. A wrv lar«;<' mm. i*. r ol*•\fr.i of i|n i- «t*' •mv •• hr« n i , j*nd w •• I h«m fur ,tle SihrI*- r**f*i*-.s In rent- ir *' * • - . 5 fNl d* 9irini? to lirit••• (•- .miotic their -ran lw Knp|>li*-d at |,. r hundred and liav*' their name* « itli r |>liriients f«anled eliereon without tra . - u«l ki .v oiu order- at «•«<••• — Hyv H unstable* Shop Hoots. —.Wwport Ties. at Hun-tables. —IIhtistables. Veal kip boots $i;.on. —Mens' Fine Slutesat llunstalile's. • —Virginia tobacco at ('amcron Kros. — Missouri cider at Uoeman a Uivars. —Buck gloves at ilnnstable's. :t| tt —Head llun-tah|c- but advertisement. —Children* iMiots $1 11) at Ilunstablfs lliinslablw shot* advertisement. do to Cameron's to tmy groceries cheap. Tall ami examine Cameron's new gro- eries. Cameron . is tin* 11];i<•«• t< l n •eries. --Fresh Missouri Cider man's. —Blank Cooks, a well assorted slock • an be found at the Book Store. ;n Ca...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Advocate — 3 April 1880
Till? A TlA^Of1 A TP* ator unt'1 1S61, when he was elee ** A a i ted to the secession conventior, Is published in the mid.-t ot the which convened at Austin in that GREAT WHEAT, CORN and COTTON year. It was in the body when lie Growing Section, was hissed for voting against seces- . . „ • , ,i „ It,ri„4,it \orth sioii, that he used the expresssion Circulate!* extensively throughout Nortn- * 1 eni Texas, and will be found a i "When the rabble hiss patriots GOOD ADVEBTISING KEDIUM- j tremble." After Texas seceded, —————^^lie joiued the confederate ser\ ice, and served is captain and major (< ..i.tiniH i from iiit, until November, 1863, when he was seventy-five feel high and cost ^ retnrned to the seimte. Iu *100,000. 1864, he was appointed Brigader McKinney's general merchandise Geneai 0£JJtate troops by the gov- sales are of the usual character ernor In ^j;ly i§c4, he concluded known to agricultural commerce. a treaty w|th all the Indian tribes Her gross sales for the year in all ...