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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 February 1873

* K Jamw W. Thomas, YOL. 17. «**= W<P*4>sSfr .\|w •■¡i 't ( ju* -. ' 4 _ ,t apbcrir nnd Lnw. •no 1't'ur onn ivi, t M° KINNEY, COLLIN COUN' ftfmAini/. ||Tcsscngci TERMS or SUaSOUIl'TlO.-V. Olio copy, oiio year ...■■. six months Five copies, ono year..*.....r. Tor. copies, one year And out? to tlio getter nj. of ... 52 00 .. 1 2.") .. 9 00 .. .15 00 , tlie clul). HATES Or AHVEUTISISU. W M o vnt,T <()V AIIKÁ. ÍC¡ • * i! MÓN'ÍIH. i't, no' ; 7 HP 8 'HO 11 CO ft 11 00 13 00 •1 14 DO 17 oo - r. tí Oiv gll 00 *> go III) •Í3, 00 7 2B 00 2-1 00 rt 20 on !i',l 00 B Oil a-i en 10 S2 00 p.- 01 fa* - • * 55 oil 41 (If) flu <0 TÍIE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Executive Office, Atjs*tx, Texab, January. 14,1JB78. Td Hid Honorable potrnlo nnd House of Itai>ra* M'ntuiireii ufitli# Htu'te of Toxin; (¡EíiTr.KMÉN—Since my liiñt annual m.ossiigo to tho legislative body, tí "1 -WW too est, '■liLfU.lU'jllJ'iiJ S, SATURDAY, FEBUUAUY 1, 1873. ■- - - it. ' m- ) «.• .'no .. • ' li lo j ha * large.) co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 February 1873

ti-rcstln# duUiila of tlie working of Ids do- purtiiu-nt. It.HroSK 1M1> IN VIKW WIIEX TAKISO OFKICK. WIk.ii I commenced the performance of tltu «I11U0M of Governor I proposed to my- M'\t three main | «ir| OHVs—on the one hand to restrain lliut tendency to **xtniv K" <> soiniiiderliij; oí the public money and rim- iilng into debt which luis disunited many of A ¿scir. under way for many i/M|er in several of these re- Jiao*c of many of the Nortliern pcomiiurison will, I tltluk, sua* , mvoritble report. While, then, we have an edlllce which has ho clearly demonstrated iu practical ef- llcleiiey for tlie purpose in view at Un loim- datiuii, I rc*|iectftillv «rtiHfest that li liad lietcer uot Imj torn iiowii U> iiiake wiiy for sincl «if tlie H4 - tli<* of #onieth«;oriKt. It wa* to 4,a|| r4.IÍO,|HtriMj|«il Statu*, a tcmlrncv, be expected that _ * ¡i". ® !!?- how •ver. that was to lie exacted of tliat effective plan would meet, the luult-lindiiw ,|(„Hor,|||XMti< u which I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 February 1873

r , t&-To \Viiom This may Concern.— The NetV Year has now begun and \Vlth it I would most —-o- respoctlullv re quest nil porsona wbo are indebted to me, to come forward and pay; oth- «TILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON erwise I will be eompolled to collect " tiuud, ucúmpleleMMrtuieutuf bylaw. B. \V. Rhine. 28 3m. A Bous Pwnckss.—Mrs. Florida White, well known in tlio fashionable world forty J tars ago, was one of the moat beautiful, ac uomplishcd, elegant and attractive women of her day. She was the daughter of General I .Muir, of Kentucky, and her first husband was '•Joseph M. White, tlio second delegate sent to ■ Congress from the Territory of Florida. High- ly educated, full of genius, and with the man- ners and bearing of a queen, her society was :courted by ho nioBt elevated circles in Wash- ington, New York and Boston. She was a brilliant conversatioualist, ready and effective at repartee, and asincore, wann-hoarted gen tie-woman of the mostgracions and generous impulses. On une of h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 1 February 1873

\ X á á j. ■-".'■.'-..i- Mscngcf SATURDAY, |publlodut¡.«¡ Uiid wo hereby pledge ourhelveitto'^fc TiVjAtp « Sff.ST**'.-.f" AMl) 1ÍUNDKKDS OF OTHERS ¡•«cure i tin children of «II. itiu tuoiliiic-* of freo lf" «11 parti of the North. West nnd South. pllhllO cdllCollel, lit I Hit KllltllllHl I'.Ht JMiHUIij lu t< l* ".r-u-Tj-u u .j .j i J p . „ Mil he t.coi.l ; una ivo will pk-d/o I he Kv.teni cf| n ■% J' L «•rBW, **; D« M""PftU'fC®; ' ' '• ...I ...L..II.I.. .. . j ¿St- fa>r-Ari)CaDi*K. Council. ilurri, March 27, 1R71. Jajirs A. Jackson & Co. — Having exnmt in«tl tliu formula of the "Homo Stomach Hit- ^ m J* •*« e«lii itioii «villi nil possible nafu jpMd** en ,,,, n - iq-q .'Heavfirinjf t.> Hücuití iho rigid ccotiomy und r if XO 4 Or *' • i-.i-f. t%""" ....1.1!.. National Republic !* rialfonii. adopted at i>inr,Ar Kr.ruiA, G, 1872. 'J'he Itcpilbticiin p.irlv of liio Ui.il.il Sl.ill^ n- rtiiii'il'.'tl ill Nulloiml ('.Olivenlililí i llm oily I'IiiI.uMiiIiíh cm tliu f'ili mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 22 May 1873

«M- . ;"jfil ' JS« , ".j'. jPw¡¿ tii* W '''' ^ . • . iJír ■! j ~neH• "a (d„ •'. * i'.v' ;jpa , .4 ó # * - ¿fe itlcíiimmi 1 JAMES W. THOMAS, Fledged but to Truth, to Liberty and Law, fQ Fkvor sways us-no Fear can Awe. VOL. XVII. MoKINNEY, COLLIN COI M iscc! I aneous Selections, CRIMINAL COGITATIONS. n* domticm Who dares to ss' At the end of a Those who talk „„„„ Don't think that I have goTt'hi nCal ' 0#811,' 'he thing lhat never will let a gentleman ~ • wjmdaavbv. lay that/«hall swing n ignominoos string? i suoh wretched trash cart; «wing. fsWa^sMJiswat™, Cash, oash, cash is the thing lhat never will let a gentleiSan swing. A J M4,WU,W DCl *w ui« c uu ueuoftie me&i. And tor me there's nevera lack of "Oreen Seal." l ile ropeji for Foster and Nixon and King, Thin"'.'" on(l P°°r' *nd 1111 M t sort of Hut cart wlfine'er let a gentleman swing. Rut, "all men are equal before the just law'' In thU grandest Republic the world ever saw: Alt', all men alike shouM fear Justice's land— Quite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 22 May 1873

giaft wm •1:: I|e ^Ííssengtr. 7AMBS W. TKOMA8, (Mitt AMP rtOPMKTOR. , ItcKINNEY, May 22, 1873. TEWil or SVOSCBirTION. One copy, one year. • ' • six month . a oo . 1 25 Five oopjci, one year 00 Ten copie , one year....... lo w And oue to the getter u] of the club RATfÜT OF ADYERTIIIXCI. Hqcasm- T a n 4 5 « r H t> 10 1t 13 | S Mokth I « Moktb . I 12 Month* tin oO 1A Ml 18 00 21 00 24 00 27 00 80 00 3.1 0 86 00 8U Oo 42 OO 48 oo * 5 OU — 8 '-0 11 00 11 00 l!l 00 U 00 17 01 17 00 30 00 00 Ü 3 00 an oo sa on 2« 00 iflt 00 üft" on a« oo U 00 3i> 00 S.-| 00 88 fio Ü8 CO 41 00 Aovkhtisknints not exceMlng one square <>f ten line* inserted ut On Dollar fur llir tint insertion aud Flirt* Ckkti for eaob subse- queut insertion. Adv*rtiskmknts not «pee'lied m to time, will bo tiubliabud uuiil turbia, aud charged a cord- iuil/i Auuotincing Candidate f..rStuie nnd District offices, Tm Poi.i.au ; fur County mid «II minor u(ticen, Kt*« Dul.LAR!. ObituRry notice exceeding tun line* will be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 22 May 1873

dRüü C|t Messenger. THURSDAY, • • - May 82, 1878. NOW IB THE TIME TO 8UB8CRIBE! O Take Advantage of our tremium Offer! —,—o THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL TO* ok* iui, aml^a MAGNIFICENT $3.50 CHROMO Offered to erer New Subso ribor to the ME88ENQER, And to ©very Old Subscriber n bo senda us $2.60 for saotber year's subscription. ■■ —o The People's Journal is stargo-sised monthly mnftasine, of 16 nans and <M columns, neatly illustrated, containing tirst-olass original literature for tbo family oircle, ",od embracing special Departments devoted to ¡be farmer, the Young Folks, to Education, Science, Art, tbe Household, uud Society in general. It is ably edited and has attained a large cir- culation among the best citizens. Tbe Cunoito we offer is a beautifully executed representation of " PomAua's Pearls.'' Pomona was the Patron or tbe Orchard and Fruits, and lier pearls are bore presented in the ahupo ol a choice collection or improved frniti>, done in 16 colors, and lo natural as to excit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 22 May 1873

Ww« M Workers. Tim May number oi the Qalaay deals with this subject la the following man- ^There Is no need of women working, Is often said. They can get married If they want to, and they will be taken care or. Such declarations should come from her-, mlts. All men of the world know, or ought to know, that to the wife are open- ed a hundred unsuspected doors leading to engrossing activities. The temple or Hymen often joins the vestibule of the palace of regret. Hardly any wedded woman can free herself from cares and accountabilities to which in her single state she was a stranger. And generally her labors are teofeld increased. She who would enter wedlock to avoid work should traverse Sahara to gather fruit. The longer she is married, tne more she finds to do. Needing rest most, she has it least. Every plant she nourishes shoots out new charges, blossoms Into fresh so- licitudes. Touching toil solely, she would bo largely the gainer could she ro- laldenkoou. The Preaidmfs Peace Poli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 May 1873

4, *. 3&¡® , V r *. ■ '2WS8 •w ^ ■ -v •:«••• - - .'• . ■•' mti u ' r raü ««eg! JAMES W. THOMAS, I'll SSSS5 S?^ E*r Pledged but to Truth, to Liberty and •ways us—no Feu otn Awe. VOL. XVII. Miscellaneous Selections. JUSTINE, YOU LOVE ME NOTt _ur joiin o. *«. 1 ,.now.i Justine, you speulc me Atlr As alien as we meet) m™ Ml * POT, I swear, fo hoar h voice to sweet ¡ Anil yet It does not please me quite, The olvll way you've got j *°! you're something too polite— Justine, you lore me not! I know, 1 kA0W> ílu.tlll«i you never At aught that 1 may <lo: soold in DUHII "Tllalltlie same'toyou," • A charming temper," say the men, " To smooth a husband'! luti" I wish 'twere ruffled now and then— Justine, yon love me not I I know, Justine, von wear a smile „ As beaming as the sun | But who supposes all the while It shlues lor only one 9 1 hough asure skies are fair to see, A transient oloudy spot In yoius would promise more to me— .fiwtjoe, you twve <. n))(! 1 know, Justin;, you make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 May 1873

— 4. C|t Hfcsstnger. JAMES W. THOMAS, (dito* ano pbofbittob. Mc&INNKY, May 29, 1873. mm or subscription. One copy, one yew.... six months. $ 3 00 1 35 Five copies, one year 9 00 Ten copies, one year. 13 00 And one to the getter up of the club. Texas News. RATES OF ADVERTISING. tt<|u4riih. I 8 Month* 1 t 0 uu Í J JW a 8 00 11 00 it 11 00 10 00 i 14 ou 17 00 ii 17 on go 00 8 •¿it no '¿S 00 7 y:j 01) gil 00 8 811 00 2 00 t) i!l) 00 ;i!> oo li S'J 00 an ou 11 85 On oo 13 PS i>0 41 0Í) Wo loarn from tlio North Texas Enterprise, that tho bail ftorin which swept over portions of Fannin coun- ty, on Friday night (17th), was the most destructivo within tbo mom- ory of tbo oldest cltlzons. It is im- possible to .estimate the damage with anything like accurucy. Ap- parently, the storm entered tho county near Hh northwestorn cornen from the Indian territory, its width wbero it crossed tho river boing ton «i Montiih. i i Month ,or twelve nulos. It extended over the southeast; but to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 May 1873

. u, 'í m !í■ ta t. <% |$e$senjjer. thursday,... May 29, 1878. NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Take Advantage of our Iremium Offer! o — THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL FO* OKI YBAR, AKD A MAGNIFICENT ft.SO CHROMO Offend to eror New Bubsc ribor to the And to ererj Old Subscriber who Mods oi |S.S0 tor anothsr year's lubserlption. Varioua Paragraph!. The People'* Journal i* s Itrge-tlud monthly magaslne, of 18 page* and 61 oolumni, neatl? illustrated, containing tlrsl-class original literature for the family circle, and emhraoing apeeial Departments devoted to the Farmer, the Young Folks, to Eduoation, Science, Art, the Household, and Society in general. It Is ably edited and has attained a large cir- culation among the besteitlsens. The Cnftoxo we offer Is a beautifully executed representation of " Pomona'a Pearls.'' Pomona was the Patron of the Orchard and Fruits, and her pearls are here presented in the shape ol a choice collection of improved fruits, done in 16 colors, and so natural as to e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 May 1873

6EXEBAL man. Ir apuroteu't ring he watf. Natcbi's madrigal—the flowen dew- The Toixjbt—A place where ladies toll dally. What river can be Mt on fire? Styx. '£m counterfeiter' watchword—" Nev- er Bay die." ▲ Shaft or Death—An exploding coal mine. A bad Style of Arithmetic)—Dlvl- rion among feralliei. Vmuvius haa began to advertise Na- ples as a summer resort. Wriu to And quiet neighbors—Build beside the churchyard. Pitiful—The sight at the coal mine dis- aster in Nova Hbthibutivk juhtici—A drunken man was run over reoentlyat Bolea, Ohio, Don't reveal secrets to a relation, ibr blood will tell. Millions of wild pigeons are breaking down the branches of trees in Indiana. A gay spiritualist may be called a hap- py medium. Tub Modocs should be called " Mohair" Indians, as they yearn for mo' hair. Lovk, like the measles. Is not danger- ous when it comes late in life. Hkqusl to " The last of the Mohicans" —" The last of the Modocs." Madrid's new Journal being Shirtless, makes a clean breas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 July 1873

■ . h ? JAMES W. THOMAS, Fledged but to Troth, to Liberty and Law ■.wm . «.• *S'| .-lii 1. i m|i ni-no Fear oaa Awe, ===== VOL. XVII. Miscellaneous Selections. i THE WIND AND THE MOON. BY OXOBOC MACDONALD. Said the Wind to thi> Moon, • 'I will blow you outi Yon ature In the air Like a «host In a chair, Alway, looking what I am about— J hate to be watohedi I'll blow you out.'' The Wind blew hard, and out went the Hoon, 80 deep On a heap _ , Of cloudiest) ileep, Down lay the Wind, and slumbered soon- Muttering low, " I've done for that Moon." He turned in his bed j she was there again I On high. In the sky, With her ghost eye, Jhe M°°n «hone white and alive and plain 1 Said the Wind, "I'll blow you out again." The Wind blew hard, and the Moon grew dim ; '1 With my sledge, And my wedge, I have knock'"! off ber edge I mi trrlm, _ op" than'dim." He blew and be blew, and she thinned to a thread: '•One puff McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, • If only I blow vlch j'. r v The ore i, • .—if 1 " Won...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 July 1873

í|t fUtsstttjjtr. JAME W. THOMAS, Ultra amd noniNoi. McKINNEY, JULV 31,1873. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. «>ne copy, one year " " tlx months.. ■ 3 00 i as Flv« copies, one year 0 00 Men copies, one year. • •• (NMIOXIMSI 15 00 And one to the getter up or the club. RATES OF ADVERTISING. fn« MoKioney Enquirer wants lii* jury system abolished. i1.* houston Telegraph says tbe editor knows not what be asks, and continues j "Hundreds of ?Jo- ■atora of the law would go an punished if they could only be reach ed by information filed by a district attorney. Witnesses would never tako tbe trouble to go to him to re. fiort, and many witnesses would ear to do so. Úut the grand jury, gathered from various parts of the county, will more likelv ferret y, will more likely ferret out tbe violations, have the witnesses 1 #6 00 S 7 00 a 8 00 11 00 11 00 IS 00 « 14 00 17 00 & 17 00 80 00 « SO 00 S3 00 * S8 00 86 00 « 88 00 81) 00 39 00 82 00 10 ts 00 85 00 n 8K 00 88 00 12 >8 00 41 00 summoned and F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 July 1873

t i i €\t Ptsseitger. 1HUR3DA.Y,- - - J«rt* 31,1878. Local add Special. A u un at «leal of rain has fallen our lust issue, and still it comes. since Thk cotton prospect is brightening u omlerfully since the late ralus set in. Tub right place to buy Chnrter Oak .Sruves Hardware, Plows, Iron, Nails, <'listings, Wheel-Barrows and _ every- b, G. iiiiu. A. Kinney. needed in the Hardware Hue, VARIOUS ITEMS. We an, and alwara hire been n oí the for a constitution.— GENERAL HEWS. e^o rt ¿tf°U m< Corslcana baa voted an appropriation of to secure the location of the strict construction Sherman Courier Indeed! . Why you are the idanti oal ainner that not long ainee favor- ed the unheard of prooeediog of calling a constitutional convention through the instrumentality of the Democratic atate central committee, when the merest tyro in politice ought to know that the central oomraittee has no more authority in the matter than the king of the Fiji lalands. Of all our Texas con-,, , .. , . tem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 July 1873

MM* T*- o^TMbwtc.píUíto begin lift wüh i. a O an M«««k>ta hunting party secured 9,OSS gophers in three weeks. A BARsrooTXD girl in Ohio, who lately walked ten mUes to hire out to hoe corn, has married a widower worth 160,000. Here Is a moral for girls anxious to many. In 18881 the United States received only 204 Immigrants from Russia. In 1872 then were 4,137, showing that a very de- cided tendency to emigrate to be deviloplng In Bussla. Thb number of vessels sailing under all flan lost during the month of Ma> was 183 sailing vessels and ten steamers, of whieh Ave soiling vessels and three steam- ers were American. Tobacco smoke, says Carlyle, is the one element in European manners (and he might have added American) in which men can sit silent together without em- barrassment, and where no man Is bound to speak one word more than he has actu- ally and veritably got to say. Rkspombiblk citizens of Pulaski, Ten- nessee, vouch for the story that a staid old hen that has laid eggs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 August 1873

1 r r JAMES W. THOMAS, Fledged but to Truth, to Liberty and Lwr, Ho fvnt mji ai-u !W out Awe. ^^' ■ i i i i I VOLUME XVIIL Miscellaneous Selection . THE BEST. bt louiba bvshnill. Why ask for Joy's tumultuous thrill, That suffers no laorease Í Better the motions sure and still Of ever-deepening peace. Better to dwell with lowly things, And with their growth to grow) To feel within those seoret springs, That gather, cool and alow. Born of such stlUness^wells the brook, tMM the nook O'erflows into a hymn. The little singer trips along, _In musical content) But ever gains a fuller song, And learns Its own intent. Gladly it spends Its tunetal grace, . In hidden minstrelsy | Nor asks, as yet, a wider space, But Just to sing and be. In simple silence thrives its heart- It waters flowerets shy, It (Ms the spotted Ashes dart, it mirrors bits of sky i Till slipping down by hillside flurms, Its ministries enlarge; And in the meadow's oircllng arms, It wins a broader marge. White lilies anchor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 August 1873

'«fe*. I Wi. Mr I I K i? 'O r ; Cfee ÜJesstngtr. JA.UX W. THOMA0, wm amo nwrucfua, THURSDAY, . August, 28, 1878. TERN* OF StXBSCBIPTlON. One oopy, one yew.... .$ a 00 '* " sixmonth* 1 95 Five copies, one year 9 00 Tea «optes, one ysar 1ft 00 And one to tbe getter up of the club. ■Mm rrftnaa^ilin rrocNongt of tk« Republic*! State Convention. BATES Of APTEHT1UHC. BevAMS. | • Montas I K MONTH*. I IS MOKTHI T t • 4 5 7 « • 10 11 It $ 6 Ml ( 7 Oil 8 00 11 !*• 11 00 18 00 14 00 17 00 17 00 so oo SO 00 S8 00 88 00 8S 00 M HO 8 00 8 00 88 00 8 00 8A 00 8A OH 88 00 SS 10 41 00 Dallas, Texts, I Angnst 10, 1878. f In lb# abasnco of J. 0. Tracy, chairman of the Bxeentive Com- mittee, the houxe was called to or- der hy Judge W. Chamber , at 12 o'clock, in the Odd Kollow'a Hall. Al'ler reading tbe call temporary officers were eleoled, namely, Gen. A. G. Mallny, of Marion, chnirinnn : Judge W. A. Price, of Matagorda, Tor secretary: and four niisiHlaiii secretaries : after which Gov. E. J. Duvis wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 August 1873

• f'-i Pre ' *• r in wt mm >W T" C|e Pessengtr. McILlNNUY, - August 28,1873. 1 Local and Special Thk O. S. Presbyterians propose to hold a protracted meeting lu a grove lour miles west of tiüs place, on the Denton road, beglnntnjn'hursdiy the4thof Sep- tember, at ll a. m. , and holding over Sabbath. The point selected in near WIN sou Bowlby's. If the Interest Is sufficient rhe meetings will be oontinued longer. All are most cordially Invited to come uud bring their dinners with them. 2ts< It will be seen from their advertise- ment that Mr. I. A. and-Mrs. S. C. I,coney will open a male and female t-chool at this place on the 1st of next month. They are experienced teachers well and most favorably ktiown in this community, and we doubt not will re- ceive a liberal share of patronage. .Si:e Mr. Cuehlngls new advertisement. A friend having called our attention i o tt libelous attack on Governor Davis, mulle by a newspaper printed not a thou- sand miles from this place, we have thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 August 1873

■Mi / "'JF M¿- GENERAL ITEMH. Satansvillb U a Woodford county, Ky., town. ▲ firm of wooden boot-maker* have started business In Minnesota. All but the lsg ii made of wood, and those who have worn them find them easy and dry. It Is said that the atmosphere In the re- gion between Big Trees and Yoeemlte.ln arnla,Is so full of electricity that electric sparks follow tbe hand when passed over aolsnket at night in the open air* A iirli took reftige In a church or* ganat Florence, Mass., a few Sundays ago, stopping the music, and neceasltat- S: the taking of the Instrument to pieces bre the mangled remains of the bug were discovered. A family of three persons were re- cently discovered in the suburbs of New York living in a sugar hogshead, and they could hardly be (breed to leave their home, which they had occupied for eight- een months. At a Sunday-school concert the other evening, the following occurred: Little fellow (reciting his- verse)—" I am the Bread of Life." Superintendent (ques...

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