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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 11 September 1873

I r ( L it1 ¿m§§ ®V ; ••*.! >1 ' . ■ v nnimi J AXES W. TH0XA8, VOLUME XVIII. POETBY. iV'OOJV /¿V AUGUST. BY D. U. JOBDAJi. A «loping h ll, a shaded bank, A aun midway upon the aky, A luxy stream where oatlle drink, Or In the cooling shadows lie: A dusty highway, gleaming whlto, Bordered by untrTmmed hedge* green, A hum ofhappy insect life, And fluttering wings of golden shoen. And on the sky the white cloud* lie Like ships beoulmed In tropio seas, With motionless and idle sails Unstirrnl by any passing breeze. A hush is on the busy town. And uuuiag feet make echoes loud Upon the foot-worn pavement where' At morning swept the hurrying orowd. The leaves hang limp upon the vino. The flowers live closed their fragrant cell*, The murmurous bee, on droning wing, No longer seeks the honeyed wells ¡ The river scarcely seems to glide, Pledged but to Truth, to Liberty and Law, lo Fáror sways us-no Fear oaa Awe. i i **"1' " _ McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, Beneath the elm tree's cooling shade The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 11 September 1873

fv .**• I y * lf-í C|e ^fessenjer. *- -r* ■ ... . JAMag W. THOMAS, KDITOK AKO PKOrillTOft. TH 0RSDAY, • Septimbki If, 1878. Kcyablicm^ Sute Ticket. rOR OOTIRHOR, EDMUND J. DAVIS, of Nuecos County. roa libutrnaMt oovbrnok, ROBERT H. TAYLOR, of Fannin County. tor comptroller, JAMES W. THOMAS, of Collin County. roK mm trrasurrr, A. T. MONROE, of Houston County. rOR COMHIMfOVIR GENERAL lams OfMCR, JACOB KUECHLER, of Bexar County. rot hltkrimtimdent or public ihbtbcctiok GEN. A. B. NORTON, of Dallaa County. a Olanmat the Democratic Platform. The Democratic State convention recently in session at Austin, in their platform of principles, take «Bpocial pains te denounoe as op- pressive, odious and uneonstitution- «I the militia law and the police bill of the 12th legislature, and to con gratúlate the people of Texas on the repeal of those measures and Dome others by the 18th legislature. They charge that the measures to whioh we have roferred were passed in pursuanoe of the Radical policy t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 11 September 1873

J t I Cjjt Stssenjrr. Me &ÍÑ kEt~8lMlMB**Tl7í87S. 'TK*M8 • ' RVBICIIPTIOH. One copy, one year f 2 00 • 4 • six mouths eeeeeeeseteessste* 1 25 l'lvfc copie , one year 0 00 Tea copien, one year. ••• eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 15 00 And one to the getter nf of the club. HATES or ADVERTISING. fitfiAtu. | 8 Monthh ! 6 Mourn. I IS Month* *io oo 15 00 18 00 1 S 5 00 • 7 00 s 00 11 00 ¡1 11 00 18 00 4 14 00 17 00 li- 17 00 80 00 lt 80 00 88 00 7 88 00 80 00 H 86 00 8 00 V 8 00 82 00- 10 88 00 88 00 u 85 00 38 00 13 88 00 41 00 lor voted for the repudiation resolution, and thU may be considered at au opossum tfll victory. W. B. Bayers, member of the 13th (htm Gonzales, was elected Secretary. John Henry Drown, (13th) (Don Juan Burlque Moreno) made a motion that Waloh and Chalmers, clerks of the House and Senate of the 13tli, be added as Sec- retaries. Short, member of 13th from Shelby, offered a resolution. Booty, uioiuber of 13tu from Panola, made a motion to call roll of oouuttes. A stranger, not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 11 September 1873

9 t \ p i9 ■H V / I rv. i Pi home and foreign gossip. vMcr is checkmating everybody In 1'itAiiur. fowl are a good many acre to the chicken tills year. Tub Connecticut Peace Society hail a row at its anuual meeting. Ontario people are naked to give one cent each toward a statue of Tueunueh. A BrzK-HAW in a New York State Miw-iuili lias ripi e<l eut an old coin dated KMC). Maixk lia about twenty-four de erted saw-mills, and every one of tlieni lia a ghost. A Connecticut minister use postal card to Invite delinquent member* to prayer meeting . The average term of imprisonment of New Yorkers sentenced for life 1 only seven and a hall" years. A woman named Flagg, living in Tus- caloosa, broke open two doors, unlocked two more, and pried open a drawer to teal a gold watch. Hiie then cseated the olll- cers by stealing a horse and bugjjy. '•Cannot something lie done to prevent young ladles from being insulted on our streets at night?" asks a Cincinnati paper. There can. Just have the gir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 October 1873

1 I II ■ I % i I Í i b i axst 'ío f r*Tov ariii' 0 — .. ** HW3K BAXSl i )6U fí ,n ill lit n Kill ifuffrO ../i mMfMÜ JAMES W. THOMAS, Pledged but to'Troth, to Liberty and Law, No Fayp* BwayruB-no Fear oaa Awe. VOLUME XVIII. POETRY. TWO PICTURES, An old farm-house with meadows wide And nwfot with clover ou ouch gldei Abrjght-eywl b°y who l30ks ftom out 1 lie door with woodbine wreathed about,' > i fiff? hes.hlB one thought «11 day: "Ohl ifloould but fly away ' From this dull spot, the world to see, Uo^PyZL^m^m,y> Amid the city's distant din, A man who 'round the world has been, Who 'mid the tumult and the throng, Is thinking, thinking ail day long: Ob' could I only tread once more Ihe fletd-path to the furm-house door¡ Ihe old, green meadow could 1 see, MISCELLANY. SPOONS AN SPARKS. A broad and sinuous line of rim', ~_ wlth the Ail! sunshine of a Septem __ noon, here bordered with meadows, tliere fringed witli low woods, and winding to- ward the clustered roofs of a distant town...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 October 1873

PI y i m C|t ÜUsstttgtr. JAMES W. THOMAS, ■dito *«o noriima. THURSDAY,- - Octobm 16,1878. Kepablieai State Ticket. ro* OOVUNOK,* KDMUND J. DAVIS, of Nueces County. FOB MBOTINANT OOVIKKOK, ROBERT H. TAYLOR, of Fannin County. rOR COMPTROLLER, JAMRS W. THOMAS, of Collin County, j — FOR STATE THRA8UKER, A. T. MONROE, of Houston County. C0MM1S8I0MBH (ItMERAL LAMO Ori'lCR, JACOB KUECHLEB, of Bexar County. y R SUFERIHTXIDEMT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, GEN. A. B. NORTON, of Dalian County. Gov. E. J. Davis will address h is fellow-citizens at the following times and plaoes upon tbe political issues of tbe day. Every person is most respectfully invited to come and bear him : (Jorslcaiia, Saturday, Octobcr 18. Waco, Blonday, October 20. llillühoro, Ttiwday. October 21. Cleburne, Wednesday, October 22. On nberry. Friday, October 24. Meridian, Saturday. October 25. (jiiteavllle, Monday, October, 27. Helton, \\ednetiduy, October 20. Georgetown, Thursday, October 30. Col. It. H. Taylor, Will address t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 October 1873

€\t HJtssengtr. McKlNNEY, . • October 16, 1873. TERMS OF SUBSCniPTlOM. I One copy, one year... •' " six months • mitt imutitl 2 00 1 25 i i WATEg OF ADVERTISING. Squama. I 3 Mauras I 6 Months. | 13 Month *10 uo 16 00 18 00 21 <0 24 no 1 | • 6 OU $ 7 ÚO 3 8 U0 11 CO .1 11 00 13 00 4 14 00 17 00 ft 1 17 00 Sil 00 6 SO 00 111 00 7 83 00 2* 00 A Si 00 SV 00 '.1 SO 00 82 00 10 | 82 00 85 00 11 85 00 88 00 IS ¿8 00 41 00 Jesting Richard at McKianey. In olden times, in monarchical countries, it was tbe custom of a king or prince, when journeying through his dominions,lo be aooom- pnniod by a personage styled the king's fool or jester, whose duty it was to play pranks and tell jokes for the amuoemont of his royal master and friends. When, some woeks ago, Governor Davis, in his spoech at this place, mado mention Qf the swarm of titled gentlemen who, in the name of Domocracy, one who aspires to tbe office of Lieutenant Govornor. In apologising for the discontin uanoe of the publio free soh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 23 October 1873

m. JAMHiW. TM )í¿'i i', D> ¡i f «* XVIII. CTIONEER. m u," wll) you you. I have ' bv oersonal ed anything; exj^teBpe of and i*Mt agnizing descrip- wlsh yob woulíl tell me something." d Mrs. Penney, with a quiver of the Moan, •I'll bid A heart jr that which la dearest my husband ng the beat you can," eonan Uji ■ ' v .1 5& ruw Hp* tenderly the passing of the year: ' Ihe summer's brief reprieves " e dry liuak rustling round tho yelloi '¿Jjn nhill nt' iluinn om>I «< >I he chill of dawn and evet low oar j Pipe the untroubled trouble of the yeari Pipe low the ptiinli'ga pain j Pipo your unceasing melancholy cheer; The year Is in the wanel —The Independent. MISCELLANY. A WORD FITLY SPOKEN. 11Y ELKANOH KIltK. "My mother never had sour breiul." This was a most unfortunate remark, and Mr. Pennoy was conscious of It as soon-as the words were out; but this did not liiuder him from going 011 much in the same strain. "Of course I don't know how she man- aged it, but I remember she ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 23 October 1873

Ms ■ ■ fyt peMtirgtr. JAUl THURSDAY, •. Ootomb 28,1878. 10 THE VOTERS OF TIZAS. Bepablieai Stale Ticket. FOB 00TS0X0K, EDMUND J. DAVIS, of Nneoet County. for UIOTWAirr oothkoft, ROBERT H. TAYLOR, of Fannin County. yol OOEWOlf lt JAMES W. THOMAS, of Collin County. rot iun Tiuann, A. T. MONROE, of Houston County. ron CONMUMOM* obmbml law ornea, JACOR KUECHLER, of Bexar County. roa ii'FMuxTtrouiT or roiuo wstbvctio*, QEN. A. B. NORTON, of Dallaa County. aesHss# tito mcobb 0 OOTSIWOa bath. [cornac* r>OM on iai> «in'i met] TITO or raa us miluom subsidy to tit •outbmm rAClriC—icpcdiatiom w a km id aoaikst. On llajr 84,1871, he vetoed the celebra- ted act to encourage the speedy const rue tion of a railway through the State of Tex u to the Pacific ocean. This railway win the Tessa Pacific and Trana-Contiuental combined. The Governor's objections should be heard by everybody interested in aafelegia- lation. lie says: " I do not think the history of legisla tion in our State, or, perhs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 23 October 1873

'fi' CJje Pesstnger. Nc&lNNEY, • • Ooyobbe 28,187}. TERN! «r SUBVCRirmOIV. Une copy, one year • ••• «mm •' 4' lis mouths 4 t 00 1 36 RATES OF ADYEBTII1KG. Nqesass. i S Montos 1 s a 4 ii « 7 8 )« 11 1* < Moms. 111 Mouth FÓW) IS 00 «0 00 ta oo t« oo is oo I oo 88 00 81 00 88 00 TEXPS1AN0I RESOLUTIONS Adoptad by White Book Preeby tery at ite Meeting U MeKinaey, Octo- ber 3rd, 1873. Whbbbas, The use of intoxica ting drinks it the canse of nine- tenths of the crime) pauperism and suffering now endured by the coun- try the Church of Christ, being the light of the world, is bound, in virtue of its high character, to bear a clear and distinot testimony against crime and the cause of is ¿¿'crime; and it is adnty binding upon *1 oo'os 10 consider this subject in its re- ír oo lations to our own Church. There « oo lore a* ool Resolved, 1. That The Galreeton News of the tied contains a dispatch from Oolnmbne, of the 21st, announcing the death, from yellow fever, of Judge Geo. W. 8mitb, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 23 October 1873

'•«* flííi * mmmmsssmase —a- HOHE AMD FOREIGN GOSSIP. A numbkr of youit# ladle or Macon, Ga„ have resolved to uttend the State 1 air clad lii bomespuu. Tub word "uon-iiatlve" Is being used In the Virginia campaign asan elegant sub- stitute for "carpet-bagger." ho was hurt, lie bore up bravely for il t to® later he was confined to his bed. Nelaton was sent for, and stated tluit an abscess had been formed, which must lie opttied. He prepared for the operation. The Ein|>eror was in the chambcr In a nervous fever, now walking up mid down the room, stroking his mustache, then going to the window to beat a tattoo upou it with Ills lingers. Ills anxiety coidd be cidmed for a moment only, and then he would rush to his sou, [iet him, embrace him,und lavish upou him Ills strong atl'ectlou. As the doctor pre- pured to make the puncture, Napoleon Caught his ltai *1. and shuddered as if the bUtourl had L jii plunged into his own body. Nelaton pushed hiiu brusquely away, and he went to the win...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1873

i L .'5 JAMES W. THOMAS, Pledged bat to Troth, to Liberty and f'v'i'j M __ iror fc rr VOLUME XVIII. =±= McKINNET, COLLIN COUNTY, 111 ' <, 71 qfip, ¡¿ai" POETRY. A LAST TALK. C°WhnUíifnihe K*r<lt)n *n<1 walk with mo, "lo claiicura whirl to that dreamy tuno, ^ílwí^ "loon'Uht JiUver the sleeping «va, lit Í? h* ,%Yor'^'!• fuir as a night In Juno. iiotmohoia your hund así used to do: This |„ the lust, last ttm jSSjnow.' A,ÍÜ". ,row " wooer to woo Anil to win you, though I lovo you *o. • ha? Written well; Aid h*Jkrta l>y "Is poem sweot. Ah hi ' ! end' we must 8a* 'orcweli— Ah, but the summer was fair and fleet. Do you remember the night we met? al0, ™* * rose In your yellow hair j ,?'°K my eyes, I ean see you yet, Aflnttw yí>uiSMA" the ¿upmoststair, A niíf-V" ,í',lt5 fr°« hood to leot, A cluster rhiui10u yourbresst. Ahm«l nwr^aUeywcet . Hear the viols Seems sobbr Same sorrow «Site':... Thta the music im&n aq tad? All Oto I YoTrry E wWte- 1 '.S*8 y°n. love, with a love s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1873

f-CJ,;. Th«y I b" flCON M Thoughts of Hum*," s new and beautiful ebro- publlibera «ill Mod Atalaiitntor'i R*iím. \tce\\ojt^%cus. W. TXOl Louisiana, which the Democratic!party by fi leader* and Demooratio journal* all knew that, over the country have been defend- orimea, ' ing. When told that the evidence beeo Republican , elected) that an attempt waajorw* TflUBSDAT,- Kovbmbm IS, 1878. of Louisiana ttTMU from the Washington Chronicle. We have received a oopy of eri- Moo take in New Orlean* before P. ▲. Woolfley, United 8tate* com- miMloner for tbe State of Louisiana .. , „ •nd elerk of tbe United States C¡r-íorfttÍ0.1o.míneo for Governor, witb . oult Court, in tbe case of Governor out wbloh bci °°ald not *nd would mate by military force, and " , ex-Governor Warmotb,1?0' been declared eleoted mately byan armed rebeUioo, notwithstanding these| I Tba ttodaraigned bario* beeo appointed ad- of force and fraud* perpetrated to then made tó count in their'candl- .r nnr .mm,T£Bí!wáaRa. with n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1873

C|e Pesseitger. Mc&inney, • Novkmbkb 18,1878. TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION One oopy, one year... 3 00 " " six months 1 16 " " three months 75 MTEI Of ADVERTISING. hqcakm. I 8 Mosmts I 6 month . 118 Mows l1 9 A 00 • T 00 •10 00 s 8 00 11 00 15 00 8 It 00 18 00 18 00 4 14 00 17 00 *1 00, 6 IT 00 • 10 00 14 00 « 10 00 8t 00 9T 00 7 <8 00 16 00 80 00 8 16 00 SI 00 88 OO • 8 00 88 00 81 00 10 88 00 85 00 88 00 It 85 00 88 00 43 00 13 88 00 41 00 45 00 advertisements Dot ezeetdlng on* square of tea lines inserted st Om Dollar for the lirst insertion and Firrr costs for eaeh subse- quent insertion. Advsstisssssts not specified ss to time, will Be published until forbid, sad oburged accord- ingly. Announcing; Candidates for State and District ollloee, Tin Dollass; for Count; sad all minor office*, Fiva Dollars. Obituary notices exceeding ten lines will be «barged as advertisements. Job Work of all kinds executed with neatness and dispatch. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ffa are authorized to announce A. J....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1873

-i ' - & A- ■' í«sK FOREIGN u Cmr, Ph., lúa a colored mayor, i latest Now York murderer to sweet land has never enjoyed many ad- wada justice has sentenced a man to two years' Imprisonment for votiug on a dead man's name. Haunt y Tiiomah, of Utah, has brought suit against the Union l'aciflc ltuilroad for Ifor the loss of his son, killed by a rj Prophesies Oi the Late Electl Orer the Besnlt of Election In Ohio. mso.j [tOADS, ) SSWM Wetherstioid. Sum is an uiiuallaiit country. Tlierc the first wife may («• divorced, unil utter tlmt every wife muy be sold or triulcd lor u yel- low dog. ]>n. Dio Lkwih u authority for ttie Hüitc- liicut tlmt u diet of bcuiiH in lietter for the complexion tiuui all tlie powders and creams ever uiauufautured, Mits. Peku, of Delta, Iowa, postponed her daughter's wedding four thiies in order to get a sunshiny day. wlttmi siie got hiicIi a titty the bridegroom had concluded not to imirry. dk.n.maiik's monarch is now traveling in Southern Europe under t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 November 1873

Y— fl ■' X, ■" K * f i - €\t B"ia Mc&lK8BTt • NoVnim: TERMS tr iroiCBIJ One copy, oaeyMK •' " six ™~-« V i i i H ■SK3HB55S55 1I4 ftrs. Falr keSPSbook rySystematlo womfl(fand • 00 ANNOUNCEMENTS. _ We are authorized to an TAVLOR, a* a candidate the nace In Prednet number Dg election Pledged but to Truth, to MoKINNEY, COLLIN i i . V We are authorised to annonnce W. -of LAIR, oí this county, as a candklab„ . represent the conntlea of Collin, Der and Wise, In the Senate of the next 1 latnre. /re we We are authorised to announo and turned 1. WILSON as a candidate £ • veyor, at the Decemby¡^¡?k wlth teo~ «W'^BpTj&aU ám Sót when in oar hearts this written Ti;,- ornin we see— "He loved me once with all hit loves he lowd me—onlrmel" Deep down, deep down, through oare, through a .Caln ,'hrouKh age, we prize, above All other gilts, this memory of oar one real love. The weary heart would soon lie down and die Or Its own sin and sorrow, Lould It not from this treasured memory Krer new cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 November 1873

- . 2 % / I V mm mHatf JAMBS W. ÍKOMAB, ano akp mniiwi. THURSDAY,- >OVMI M20,1878. R® pub Ileal Stale Ticket, IrO* OOVERNOH, EDMUND J. DAVIS, of Nueces County. i FOR MUTUANT ^VIMOI, ROBERT H. TAYLOR, of Fannin County. rOK COHFTKOMdM. JAMBS W. TÜOMAS, of Collin County. fro* STAT* TMMURBR, A. T. MONROE, of Houston County. ton commusionek tirmrral land OrriCR, JACOB KlJECfllER, of Bexar County. -D,v - XjKlorn LCTIO*, TOR ■UPRBIRTRNDKIII OF PL'SMO IKRTHI'CTIOM, GEN. A. B. NORTON, of Dallas County. I From the But* Journal.] coke exposed at last. THE EXISTENCE OF HIS IB* CbE* LETTER. Bit Complicity with the Intima- tional Railroad Ring. ^ He Is IVoaslMtod If Repulicaa Railroad Monopolist. The Press, the Public Oplntfu of the State¿*Democratlc and BcpaMtcailo he Corrupted. ÚSk in a better way than to bring jne to tbe A'ont. Yours in liaste, and privately, (Signed) J. W. Barnes. Gentlemen of the Statesman and State Gazette, What do y on say to tb¡« f Tbe exlatenos of tbe letter is addmit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 November 1873

:o. essenger TBKIHS IF IVBaCBIPTlOlV One lOB'ft FMNTUB POLICY. ii — adstik, tew*. Vox. 17,1878. ^KINNEY, - NoviMBBB SO, 1873 R.Uior Messenger: Gov. Jobo R. Baylor, Is bis speeches, com- pliaMOfa Got. Da* U for his efforts to protect Ura frontier, and aUi&atas the defeat of the frontier bill, befcra It* bu legislatura to John Ireland and tba latere of tba new parir; aUo deeIInee to lufport tba regular Democratic of bit distriol. Got. A. J. Hamilton, wboiaeowMnraiaingtba frontier countiea In ibiadlttrid, definida Got. Darla' Indian Pollojr aa able Jtateamanabip, which will reault in se- curitjr to our frontier people bjr tba general government. Latins*. . m copy, one year ...4 9 00 '' " ilx month* eaeeeeeaaeaeeVVeae 1 S6 [ ttlWC DIOOllll eee*eeeee>t eseee 751 1 8 • 4 5 • f 8 )« u • 6 00 • 7 00 8 00 11 00 U 00 IS 00 14 00 IT 00 W 00 90 00 SO 00 ssss SB 00 S« 00 MM S 00 11 00 S8 00 C5 00 ss 00 8S 00 « W • (8 00 ASHOUMCEMEMT are authorised to anm B, as a candidate tor e In Precinc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 November 1873

AND FOREIGN P ¿ 0^ } | GOSSIP. i Twenty out of twenty-two lumates of u i Memphis boardliiir-house died of yellow fev^r. A kick old fellow in Georgia purchased two oameU of a circus, aud is teaching his If children to ride them. 1 Tot police department of New York ■ numbers 2,200 men, aud it will take $ i ,101 ,- 152.23 to run it this year. Okk female clerk in the Treasury depart- ment van count 9,000 notes in an hour, and has counted 4,000 in twenty minutes. Tub Hudson Bay Fur Company are mar- keting their furs this year iu England, by way of Montreal, there being comparative- ly no demand for thorn iu tliel!uitcd States. Onk of the effects of the sfiingent times In New York city lsalarge failing off from the usual daily street-ear receipts. The i decline Is from $200 to $500 daily In each ' company. Antwehp City, a mushroom village in the oil regions of Pennsylvania, has passed away. The inhabitants put their houses on wheels and removed them to more live- ly localities. Tifts Manc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 25 December 1873

JAMEN W. THOMAS, ¿ill- volume xviii. fladgtf but, ti) tout, |o liberty t d J«!lr «mTu (tl- >n«i •i.' ■ ' ji^HI «1 i .ir -j'■ i-■ { U "II ^ 1 3\"V.' if wifii POETRY. VAGRANT P4H8IE8. BY KELLY It. HUTCHINSON. Tub* aro all in tile lily bed, euddled olose to- _ gotlier— -"fij .. i nJjü'l'"*' Yellow .flap, anil little IJuby lililí; Mow ihi-y evw got there you oiust unit the April weather, * The iiiornlug and the evening winds, the sun- shine una the dew. ' Whr im?8*h°Ul(I *° the t#M ana b ughty 18 W?' "nd nonc 0f them wUI °°n<lesoend lhey iuifies Uav" mmle «oaltupon the Jolly daffo- Tb"ui!t !fay have «orne to my bouse any pleas- They don't hayo a good time, I think, their little taoes • , • ♦ J-00," very solemn nnderrt; ,tU each velvet v nflí 4{ t . f ' t" they feci 'morig the garden's íatdi^ A. 's* ( ij- Iclet Id tiapfyier In Vis wiód t, aj-^r1 McKINNEY** whs a phantom that haunted ull classes and entered into all human calculations. Luck shamed reason and set at naught all math- ...

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