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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 September 1872

¿Ir .(?■ r •• r™ ;; r r'<C*ir i* ,rr • ';- 4' mSS m, ■• '«4M¡P ■ ' •' i ' / ? i 1 . " *4 *; V*f ¿ VOL. 17. Md KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, T SWHj ■: SATURDAY, SEPTEMIUMI 28, 1872: -K*> Tüe Burning of the Bienville. Wo "coasted ' «II that night, en- 'doavoring to ¡iud a safe landing placo. ¡It was a task of gi oat difficulty, iu tho Table Maimers of oar Aueest bich j ííbw York, Fcptompcr R. Tu« eteauisbfp Moro Castle, which'toriüo gafe and tremendous surf which arrived to-doy front Havana, brought j wits rolling. About 11)roo o'clock a. m. ; Captain Maury and forty-ono of thO|We landod at Cat Inland (San Salva- «¡urviv.ors of iho steamer Bionvillo. dor.) It 6o happened that wo landed!no tuble, but, instead of ono, a ^enitmlo r of pftRsengors savod thus iu a calm, under Iho skillful pilotage¡(¿wc/,) which was brought out for 'viiffoftod is thirty-oight, and the|of our heryic Barry, although a few ¡occasion from come place of stor laid on trosllos. and, when tho Our Saxon ancestors had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 September 1872

y I )i¡ i ! it. V C|e $gksscngtr. JANES. W. • THOMAS,- Editor ano Proprietor. An Eighth Wonder. Mr. John floury Brown, tlio once red-hot per se secessionist, tlio author of the famous Southern so-culled dec- laration of independence, the mw McKINNEY September 28,18i2. who during tlio war mudo pucIi flam- ___i _www_n_n_i~u~u~ij~i r*n ~*n-~i ~ — — ^ ■■ ■ « TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ono copy, one year... " hIx months Five copie , one year Tea copies, one ysar And one to-tlio gutter up of phillipics over the remains of $2 00 Hen. McColloch, and who, when the 1 2j war closed, shook the du.-t from his 15 no 'loot, with roV ol!it us indignation, anil the club. Imi<ji-atcd to Mexico—this same John' #t-jy Greenbacks received at pai at the Messenger Office for subscrip- tion, advertising and job work. Jwb Work of all kinds executed with neatness and dlspateli. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ¡I 4 r, a 7 H 9 in 11 12 a Months i "1 * iw ! 8 «0 I II U0 14 l)n 17 0 Su mi U:i 00 21 no '¿11 On S2 00 a;, oo ps...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 September 1872

W " :' z&WSIfflflSLlE#' v® : -i • "v; •" r'-v-L™-,-, 1 <% Messenger. Local and Special. rra r We aro requested to say that Mr. R. G. Horn, of the Christian Chutvh, will requested to bo in nttendunoe as Tiieue will be a meeting of the Teacbora Institute, at Professor Cloyd's School room, in tho Town of McKinney, at 11 o'clock, Saturday tho 5th of October, 1872. Teachers, and all others interested, are respectfully bu- 'Mks. Mary E. Rawlins, Donbury, Conn.: Yonr beloved husband ex- pired at 4Í12 o'clock this afternoon, to bo mom-nod by a family, friends, who loved him for his personal worth and services to his country, and a who acknowledge their debt ▼ÉlttaMe A regalar habit of body Is absolutely'' essential to physical health and clearness of Intellect. Nor is this all. Beauty of person cannot oo-ex 1st with mi unnatural condition of t lie bowels. A free passage of the relliso matter of the system through these natural waste pipes, is as nocessory, to the purity of the body, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 September 1872

m ti i adopted Hanging la Oltlea Times. ^ A oorroHpondont of lio UohIoii Trannoript Riven ibo following inci- dents:—"YYlúlo John llqnoock was Governor or tho Commonwealth, Rttcbol W hull, was hung in Boston for highway robbery. Her offence con- sisted in twitching from tho bund of another foinalo a bonnet worth per- bnps Bcveoty fivo cents und running off with it. The most earnest app'i- cationu for her pardon were uneoc- ccsbIiiI. I mention this not to ll>c disparagement of tho Govornor. lio doubt Ioah acted IVoin a sense of duly, thinking it lost for the community that llie laws of tho latid—however frightfully «overo—while they wore lawn should be oxeoutod. A lad IS years of age was hung in Salem tor, arson, during tho administration ofj (iovernor Strong, similar appeals in his favor being considered and over ruled. Yet the intol'igonoo arid the humanity, aliko of tho Executive and of the Council, notwith-tttunditig the rosiiH arrived at in both these instan ees, wore unquest...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 October 1872

* YOL. 17. Pareutal Egotism. There are few parents who under- stand Hint the oloment of perdona! should be eliminate feeling mm management of obildren. The parent is a judge, and the judge must bedis- LAUGHING, «y T1BN1ÍY WARD BBROBKR. Poople who do not know how to laugh are much to be pitied, Notev- JR.™ ..v.«... ery one who laughs knows how to passionate, else all authority is weak- 'angh in the highest sense. An irra- oned. dialing smile is fine; ft small Rough, Let us see ^how it works. John thai, glances upon tho faco like a me- breaks a vase.íb mother is vory teor, come and gone in tbo same m- muoh irritutod at the destruction of slant, is bellor than nothing. But her favorite vaso, and punishes bint, laughing, like poetry, music, inven- not «ocording to bis sin, but according lion, oratory, is given in its bighor to her annoyance.^iShe docs noteven ferns to but few. ( stop to enquire whether or t:ot the We have á relative, a ladyfcwbois vaso was brokoij by oue of those una- g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 October 1872

/ v X tí I I I 111 1 1 'j Í I I j M úr ii j i K*W f ■■ | | ■ I I HI- - C|c fjlMMngtr. JAMES. W. THOMAS, I^jitor and Proprietor McKINXKY- October 5, 1872- TE51MS OF SVUÜCRSPTI ON. One crtpy, one year... . f £2 00 • ' •• nix months 1 28 Five «opios, one year 'J 00 Tea copies, oiio ysur 10 00 And ono to tlio getter up of tlic club. £v¿r Greenbacks received at par Col. Mills' Speech. A rospeotable number of our citi- zens turned out on Monday Inst to hear tlio spooeh of Col. U. Q. Mills, Domocratio candidate for Congross. What is Grealy. Tito ladies can't voto, hut ifioy onn writ'1. Hero is what ono of theifi says in answer in the iiitoriogatory which head* this mtiolu : Much zeal is displayed by tho Donioemiii a < <*■ - ■■■■. ■ i. i i ■ i Another Distinguished Democrat For ®y of Norther Grant. ooivod <1.1 i ■...■■■y.wg . Virginia will bo ro- ■C NEW The following oorrospondoneo ex- plains itsolf. lion. S. D. Axtell, a leading Democrat in California, and ono of the ablost men of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 October 1872

rc<q«ÉMpidfé# UMtKV.lt * ■BJi!—JL'U-jj Ji-'-l-'l. ■ , ... L4——— Another Pire in Jefferson. From tho Times of the 25 th ult poses to gito wc c]¡p tjl0 f0uowing . or !° oc<!1011 About three o'clock yester o state tropical at that plaoe. moni¡ng ftU Q]nrm of firo Of iiore Bryan is to got that little sum awakened our citizens l'rom tk>es not appear. |peaceful slumbers. When wo roa Tho Dallas lair commonood last ^10 scene it looked as if tho tesday, and will close to-day. tu'° l)0rt,0.a .<£ .Dal1^^' •" was inn blaze, brcczo sprii A dispatch of tho 27th from H^earno Up) nud fears wore entertained t" says that a groat many wood piles,! the fire would spread to the lea both above and below that plaoe, bo- business portion of the city. Foi n ON million of < of the State Capital , We are ____ Horn, of Uie Christian Chureh, will ach at thh ptaeoevery S|id Sunday, at 11, a. in.' Wb kno#ibatlftieleaoitiff pahit, windows, clii- ns tad /r' iMW.tfo¡ fur polishing knives, tin, iron, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 October 1872

W- ■i I To Drive Rata Away Wlthon;. Poi líationaf Pcjui^t mi. IjflM II !f.> t; (\ Ulfl ¿ > 1*961) "CU t ii>; In,ill .■■#11 « ' ■<; ' _« ! 1 JI • II .1 i¡ i lit Mt 'l íj(|¡l s t P ,-!roj!<l .iII- i :Ih|• ..¡ill •I . '• b: v |niiii><¿i:i < , ami a i i Mil'. JIlVí' 1)1 ("> tlOli ■ il(jfll J 4 ,1 * «• | ¡u< MVV.i.l ) i lliCU.lt' 1 !t i iilStfii, (<; - ¿ • l.i I , I ' - J' . Ü In 11 01. - I • ion ni We know of three me the old French plan ; Hi" chiefly in Puns by men v ■< \r a special business. Tiioy deep tub wiih wnie. on i;ic boiinm. ^ ond a liillo e!oviil:on in i'ic in"<¡<¿! like an inland, on w 1: i o 11 i.-; o v p'.'rc for just oncjat to sit on. I >'«o top i-- covered and linn a la.,y o Ivil; nc«i<; valve, opening downward; on side of ill's valvo a nf Í' •<! < pork or eliecso m lied, and wí¡cn n j. rat walks on it to £Ct the cheese. lie •".! •.« " valve &008 down, drop? the rat in liio water, and woven bffk in mósu.ihi. A roa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 9 November 1872

-Wíí '' W 2 '"'V ■ . W!> ,' • .' . ■ . * ". VlMMUfs'1 • '"v W*¿ **•" . , '■■■'■ , ".->.\ ;£-■ *•■.-.f Í;.■■■/•, vi'''1''"-'" ■' 4% ; S v WI' -.•v .' ■>;; «Í1. .H% ^ íi¡. ▲ _*■ • ^ ^ V0E.I7. I: 1 with the Indians ton. at Washing- M°KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, The Last Honrs of William H. Seward. From a Washington dispatch of .'22ud> wo have the information tho Commissioner of Indian affairs, General Walker, had a talk with the Kiowa, Comanche and Apacho delegations, on that day at the Department of the Interior, in tho presence of Assistant Secretary of the Interior, Conor, and other gen- tlemen of official prominence, iuclud Sng Capt. Alvord, Special Indian Coq^riieeiooer. Some of the Indian* worn seated on chairs, while other oJRWl places oo tit* floor, all of «avago costóme íged in rerv plai iu accordance with the views of the administration as recently expressed by the President and members of the Cabinet. After the regular session Irad been co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 9 November 1872

f/J í •Í % Messenger. JAMES. W. TIIOMAH, Editor and PiovaiRToa. ELECTION RETÜBNS. jGiant 84 f 57; ftrceley 27,088; scatter- jin«í 211; 48 town to hour from. Tho returns show an overwhelming: SAn Francisco, nov. 0.—Tho Ro- MnKHUvlfY Nnvumlioi'd 1872 I'-orly fotiirim from Mnino show coded for Groe ley. Tbo olcction of McKINSM .■■■Wo\cmüc l_B7¿ hülu.y Jíeput,|lcun gain„. Tho Cw«-; Cogían and lloiíghlon, Republicans, merciul, n Republican paper, concedo* for Congress, ia doubtful, us thorti tbo clootiort or Huvotoeyor, fur Mayor, 'wr.a a failing off of tho voto in this though O'Brien's friend* uro still uon- city couyiaiod with 186S. fidonl. Korntohinf^lias Ijopii goncnil j Boston, Nov, 6. — IfoturnB nearly as follows; Grant* , . , , „ , I i'« major- w Greenbacks received at par diento Ihat ho will carry tho Stuto by jty lorGovernor 71,238. Mt the Messenger Office for subscrip- 25,000, Greeley running behind thoj_ Baltimore, Nov. C.—Full roturas TERMS OF RVBüCBlf riOK. ■ r One copy, one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 9 November 1872

;**■' 4," tmemsm C|í Messenger. 3M& 1:1 •;¡.í i'ji Local and Special. bnu >n to say that Mr. II u Church, will 2nd Sunday, at _r paint, windows, chl )( Tor polishing knives, tin, Iron; i copper ware*, and lor rcmovlntr stains froin marble aud puruelaiti, mid ni* I; IVom ma- chinery, Enoch Morgan's Sou's Su polio in llio best thing iu use. 1 it- Agents. $10 to Ü¡ 0 iter day fjuuraiitecil. Spcchiiens find lull particu- itrs fhjOi Address Wood's Lltcnii'V mid Art Agouey, Newburgh, N. Y. 12-3t ——i—* Sewing Machines.—A Wilcox & Gibbs, Grovor & Baker, or Wood machino, will be disposed of on liberal terms, Tor cash, wheat, flour or oarpentor's work. Apply at tho Messenger office for furthor partiou lars. WoQfc Wantid!—The highest, mar- ic9t,p'rtoo for wool paid in cash or goods by BEííQE & UAlt RIS i •• " .«s —1 .Vas - ' easá A rail) of fivo or six boors duration, Quo. P. Airoso, 8. Mill , ,11 U.> IV.J>a.ilap ntiriil! (tiAmnffklv' fínlmlsn Rusk. foil last Wednesday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 9 November 1872

'j-'iS***-'';1 lA- «J Wi p v;- i L.-i ■ f1 Ti i / ( a I tí! f I I i ano hundreds or others In «II parts of tlie North. West and South. J. E. Garner, M. D., Milwaukee. Council Ui.irrs, March 97,1871. Janes A. Jackson St Uo.-Having axatu in.d the formula of the "Home Stomach Bit ■ecu," I have prescribed them in biv practice for some time, and pronounced them the best Tonic Bittera now in use. P. H. McMAHON, M. D, THE NEW DISCOVERY "meas; National Republican Platform In chemical Belenes, Over rive Hundred Actual Iwm rut Out with It! Mora than #6,000,000.00 Worth or Propei ty Saved from the Flamea. I MTFor sale lyr «II drunieta and rroccrs jas. a. Jackson * co. j'ltorttiKTOBS. lubniliirv') US A 107 N. Second Bl., St. Lonia Ml* aouri vl7uU:lMin ABCOC E HOUSTON DIRECT NAVIGATION M**1" tfi Dr. JE. F. GAltVIN'S. COMPANY Signs Through bills of Lading from T? A HER# TOK&. lie R. tilVIY'S IIABT «lili* * CURES THE WORST PAIN8 PHILADELPHIA, 8, 1872. Tbe Repnbllean pat'tv l the United State a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1872

V?V ■US 5 I } -la (-M .1, 0} ¿•Wto * M° KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, tPui tn. Read the Kotutoii tT irion, j ^«chooi.s Lfffl «.«¡9 boioffl the Teacher's Institute, Houston, November 2d. Ono of tho wise men of tho day has ■ General!}* spenking'our yon ng peo pío ara no v. or taught to wing until near- ly approaching maturity, and if ft small unmusical' voico is found, we hear tbo regret tbat " Providonee lmn uot conferred a voice upon tho young cifouturo." Can the child talk '( Then oaid tbat" Publio Schools will novor,belicvo me ho could liavo sung, had perfect theii* mission until tho fact is you only oxercisod the muscles of tho known and acted upon that education,j larynx while thoy wore young and tojbo of any worth, must lio a ladder, flexible. Iljul you tiod up ono leg and with 'ono end in tho ditch, and the:novor required him uso it from in othor in the univorsity." This in true, If i noy till ho was 14, do you think ho and the breadth and doplb oi' tho could lia^o used it, and wonld...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1872

■ nu^ 13 C|c.;pcsstngcr. j.tNK.1. W. THOMAS, editub and puopuimtor. McMNNKY .Novombor Ifl, 1872: TEHNi OF HlimiUI'llON One copy, «no J'i'iir S2 00 • ' •• six mouth* •• • -• KIvq co|>icn, ono y«nr... 0 00 . Ten copies, one yaur 13 00 And 0!t«* to tins ii| Of Un! cliil . fgf Greenbacks received at par at the Messenger Office for subscrip- tion, advertising and job work. Job Work of all kinds executed with neatness muí dispatch. IllTtS or ADVERTISING. Tho World ami Times estimate Great Fire ia Bustou- Grant curries Novada by 20,000. J. P. Jones will succood Nyo in the United ¡Stales ~ Tbo alarm sounded at about half- ast sovon, in the first ward, followed tli oseeond third and fourth in DKLAVKO TEI.GUUAHS. THE ELECTION. Nasiiviu,k, Nov. 7 — Reports re- oeivod boro from Domooratio and Re- publican Mourcos mnko tho Congres- sional delegation Htand as follow : First District, it. R. But lor, Hopubli- 'roin Nevada. Coghlan, from Califor- was hardly on the g can; Second, James Thornton, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1872

€\t Lecal arid We «re requested to Horn, of the at SllO to ISO pcclincns and ft* Agesta ii teed. free. Address Agency, Ncwburgli, fibf BlWING WP$L x- («Í •taina from mo- Supolio is Itie lit. per 'day ill partial- Machines.—A Wilcox & libbs, Grover A Bnkor, or Wood IMbine, will be di9posod of-on liberal terms, for cash, wheat, flour or •brpontor's work. Apply at tbo ilcssENOia offioo for further particu- Uri. Wool Wanted !—Tbo highest mar- ket prioe for wool paid in cash or «oods by BENGE & HARMS. "HODSTON 4 TEXAS™ CENTRAL BAlLROj OHANQH OS* TIME. a and After Thursday, ber, 14th, I8T9, The Station at MoKtnnoy will bo opened r business : Mall and Express Train arriving at 12 M. and leaving at 4 A. M. dally, Suudays excepted ; ,, Mixed Train nlrlvlng at G:30 P. M. an« leaving 0 A. M. dally. Sundays excepted Through nates & Billa of Lading given to Now Orleansand;New York, "via lorgan Line to Now Orleans and Mcrcbauts' Line to New York. Advance made on Cotton. IVooi, Hide*, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 November 1872

AOOPTED • • •JmH'V f - : .national Jtepublican l'latforni. AT PUir.ADEU'HM, JUNE 6, 1872. The Hepnblicnu jiarlv nf the Unitfd Ríales as imnlilisl ni National lloiivuiitioii in llio city f ,, .... . n „. „<• I'ltiUduliihU «11 lliu 6IU iiikI (lib of Junit, IH7-J. Culifomia runnors oro pitious j^xcufn it dooitiros ít« tuith Aud uiipouUto n* hi*- lim question uleu'ii )cni « i,|' „iiproin*cr it ttcsepicu «un «rami ci>urn*o flll'lllH ill tlio ¡ri that ol IjOllOral ihonuluiun dutic* Of llio limns; it uj)|ire «rd a' The Bid',veil Farm in California '¿nam mmmr-i vumujuia laimu.o «iy ' j .Igutti it dtftfrtro* lis luilU ttUU U| [KMI ftffriculturc in the most liberal acoso 'tor/ ami announces it* misiuou «m ¡u , .i t\. . ,a% LuMn -i 1 before lb* country. KirVt, during elev Ot the word. Olio oi t.10 l<ll0Q t' tt;:p f em^c f it huH accepted wilt) ki'ui fnt'inB in tlio Sfufu in that ol "GeneralUh«> jtufawu Untie* ofti.o times; |t «n,, i it l cs\ ' fy ri' . rFI,« uriif.ntic rebellion an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 November 1872

1 I it ■ V -i-f. ' •■ •' «* ,MSfc ' ' 1 ' i s ■■■■*■ ■■■ -f® -.-.- -• •- feé "• & • ¿ j I VOL. 17. M° KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, lEXASf SATURDAY, J 'K, «5; «5 UB ONLY A MECHANIC- The 6007 wm falling like • myriad flight of tiny, whito-wioged birds, the December blast howled mournfully through the twilight atreots, when the lights were beginingto shine out, boaoons oi here and there Bolitary fire, and Graee and Myra Payne were aitung before the grate in their ooay, well-used sitting-room, talking. Grace had been darning stockings, • piece of domaetio flnger-oraft not partiealariy ornamental, bat neverthe- less most essential, and Uyra was dot- ting the edges of a shirt collar with «titohes like seed pearls, but it was grown too dsrk to work now and they aat in the ruddy shine of the grate fire, enjoying the season commonly known as "blind man's holiday." "Now, Grace, I'm sure you'll think better of it," said Myra, coaxiogly. "Don't think there's the least proa* peot in life at any no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 November 1872

T £¡¡t HJtssntjjer. JAMES. W. THOMAS, Editor and Papnrmou MoKIS N EY—•• ««Nove m bor80, ^iwaiw wmMw—." yeM-- . Flvs copies, Twrropiwy AndoW« to the Various Items. 4 exchange says that Rauben C. ofrng, of Alabama, sentenced to ten o rs inthe Albany Penitentiary ha* n ptrdQneXon a. p< zerte; Tire políef seemeiohe to par- don when noigbboi'8 apply. Heavy snows fell throughout the WMttTM" I * M n ttoo night of tin S8nd. Tjio epijjootio disease if albnt In Newark, N.- J., prer- g the ta-oo six mouths • -1 SiR 01,0 . lw.among tbo barnyard >tyS* llp.of Jjlie :1 lib. WOWlS. , -•- At Lyon's farms tho disease is quite • fRF" Gteenbaeks rtaiwtd at jW fatal, ono farmer having lost 12 oows, átihe Messenger Office for tubscrip- while another hoe lost 175 out of 300 chickens, which were attacked. Let Reason H&ve Its Sway. The Richmond Enquirer is icclinod HOW TO RZAD. Thomas Woutwortb Higgi numbor of tb( £5S nsou o Woman\ ti'ón, adiiirtUlnj and job icork j b work of «U kftia csiccyted wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 November 1872

f i mm tossl. HTETBT RADVAY'S IIABYIELtEF 0UBK8 TBI WORST PAINS li flroa Oh U Twenty Minies. HOT ORE HOUR , after readlnr tbil advertisement need i«t one SUFFER WITH PAIN. RADWAY'S READYjREUKK^ia A CURE FOR It was (be (irst and is THE ONLY PAIN REMEDY that icstsntlj- Mom the mo«t excruciating paina, allava Inflam- mations. and com congestions, whether of the Langs, Slotuseli. Bowels, or ether glands or cr- MIIfOTES, no matter bow violent or eicrucletlor the mío the BHE0MATIO. Bed-ridden, Inflrm. Crippled, Her- tom, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may ¿ AD WAY'S HEADY RELIEF WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. INFLAMMATION OF TUB KIDNEYS. INFHAMMATION OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS. SORB THROAT. DIFFICULT BREATH1NO. PALPITATION OP THE HEART. HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA. CATARRH, INFLUENZA. HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE. NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM. COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS. The application of tho Road y Relief to tbs part or parts where the pain or difficulty exists...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 November 1872

(£lje Messenger. «MB W « M • W «« t HOUÜTON ^U!ÍEEE,,,,:: direct NAVIGATION ADVERTISEMENTS. i¡. m. k. SMiTii) T fl rtitax llrs. SMITH is WILIiV, ¡11 the 'J. L. ItAINKY. W.L. BLANTOX. RAINEY 8b BLANTON. l^ow (fes>©®ffy ©4®ir® f One door below the Post Office.] ■A. We are requested tosay that Mr. 1*. I C. Horn, of the Christian CJmroll, will ¡ preaob at tUli plum* every ind Sunday, tit COMPANY 11, a. ra. Wk know that for cleauin^ palut, windows, ehi Signs Through bills of Lading from I na and glassware; for pollsliiiig kii'ivef. tin, irou«i U3C * H "t brassand copper wares, itud lor removing xiuin- from marble nnd purculuin, and rust 'from ma i / Wif/A* 7*'W ehinery, Hnooh Morgan's Sim it Sapolio is lint, jjoujli.o beattbuigiu use. 1 41. | ^4(K, nil Cotton uuil other Produce, Agents. $10 In $3 ncr «lay fpmranteed. Specimens and full partieu- ruoM iioi'iitom to cm i. victos wuilu in, art free. Address Wood's LI turar r and! im n m í t ■ Art Airarifty, Newburgh, N. V. i'J-:1l I I REC...

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