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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 25 December 1873

MUM* Cf{e PtsJtngtr. W. TKOMM ■sitorn mi hmpbimu*. l:¥' L ••■ THURSDAY,- P om BK 25, 1878. OPINION. 1 JLVtOMIT fliKMUI '* OfMCE, Deoerobor 9,1878. In order to MoerUln whan the term* of offlo® of the InoumlienU ol gut* and county offloet will expire, it u flwt neo#M ry to di enoumber the inquiry of certain matter# that Legislature, p. 5.) enm to have caueed oonfueion aud| As the election declaration November 80, 1M9. The Declara- tion direoted the Legislature to meot "on the 2nd Monday in Sep- tember, A. D. 1MB." It did not convene at tbat time, nor, Meed, until in the next year. When it assembled, it met, not under tbe Declaration, but under tbe Meoon* strum ion Acts. When Co tigress, on March 80, 1870. bad accepted tbe üonetitution, (18 U. 8. Statutes at Large, p. 80,) on the 26th of April following, the Legislature organiaed us a constitutional (not provisional) Legislature. (See certificate at end of General Laws of the 12th Legis- lature. Also House Journal of 12tb TEXAS NEWS. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 25 December 1873

. Cjjt Hcsstngci:. JIcRINNEY, - Decembeh 25,1873. TGDMtl OF SUBSCRIPTION' One copy, one yeai " " six mouths.... '' " three mouth.. 2 00 .. 1 23 .. 75 (IitAimi and IIomk a one of the ablest, purest, und most carcftilly-edlted of the literary and hpnio weeklies. Its stories ara not of the trash v, sensational cliarne- ter, yet are of absorbing Interest, anil wlU be read with pleasure and profit by every member of the family. Its edito- rials are always timely, able, independ ent>. We And the following in the Go!- ves ton News of the 21st.: A dispatch from Spartan.bnrg. South Carolina, a few days sinoe, RATES OF AO YERTISIMO. mguabks. | S Montus It Montus. t « 6 00 * 7 00 * 8 OU . . 11 OU 1 13 00 8 11 00 4 14 0U 17 00 c 17 00 20 00 « 80 00 20 00 7 23 00 20 00 s 26 on 2 00 ii 29 00 82 00. 1 82 00 8."> 00 11 85 00 88 00 IS 1 1*S 00 41 00 *IU <11.1 16 HO 18 OH 21 CO 24 00 27 00 8(1 0,i as o„ so oy 8V On 4'¿ 0„ 4ft 00 Ai>tbhtihkmbntn not cxoacnlnjj one squaw of ten lines inserl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 25 December 1873

fe *<€: FAIIM AND FIRESIDE. HOME AND FOREIGN GOH8IP. A Boston hypochondriac hag died leav- ing $9,700,000 to establish an asylum tor similar unfortunates. Thb Earl ofRosebuiy Is doing Washing- ton, and each of the belles fondly holies that he has her In his beautlftil blue eye. The House of Representatives has set rrt a gallery for tho families of Members Congress exclusively, In hultatlo" that assigned to the diplomatic, body. -**• < ■X A Boston man was cursing an editor th« other day when lie tell dead. Several sim- ilar Instances have been lately reported. A rkcknt commercial census of the attics of Davenport, Dubuque und Burling- ton, In Iowa, shows that Davenport has 784 business houses, Dubuque 004, and Burlington 502. Mr. David Bmi.k y, of Cambridge, Maine, thinks that ho is the oldest postmaster In the service of the - United States. He was commissioned In 182i, and has served ever since. The kitchen range In a house at Toms River, N. J., recently refused to burn in sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 12 February 1874

\ \ m v ■ # " t "■ W«5 Sé##- ■."•ivfi|i •'.•• • 2&*s: "-Ü "! & .¡rt-.'SU. 9% " Wmá'1 "* * ""mm" " JAMES W. THOMAS, Fledged but to Troth, to Liberty «ó VOLUME XVIII. McKINNEY, COLLIN COUl 1 HI 'ihd == HoFávor sways us-oo Fear oan Awe. —- > ti ,i tot POETRY. T/ftfii) MOTHERS. A little elbow Inns upon your knee, . * «rur li-knet- that hag so much to beari A otitltl s ileur eye tttv looking lovingly From tincl.-i m ath u thutch ol tunglcil hair, runups you do not heed the velvet touch Ol war (ti, moist flnnrs holding yours so tight: Yoii <io not prize this olessiag ovrrmuohi You almost ate too tired to pray to-uignt. . ®ut jf Is blewednessl A. year ago * ' did not see it ,.b I do to-day— rS a'|*'''? 'tali and thankless, and too glow To oitoh the suushliie till it slips wuy. and now it seems surpassing strange to me i,? « ' S?,"1'1 WUI'B '""• badge oí motherhood, ..!? n,ot"k'"8 more oft and tenderle In© little child that brought mo only good. id if, aome night, when you sit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 12 February 1874

V;* tí' mm Clje UTessengtr. fAMjsa W. Thomas! ■MTM AMD PBurUMua. THURSDAY,- FMROakt 12,1874. TO IH*.PEOPLE OF TEXAS. (OmclndiJ from M vhV popar.) Correspondence between Goo. Davis and Mr, Coke. State Capitol, ) Austin, June 10, 1873. J Boll. Edmuiitl J. DavU: Sir— Having liecn on yesterday, tbi 15ih duy «•! January, duly ami eoimtitutiMimlly declared to be Gov. ernor uf ill* State of Texan,mid hav- ing fully qualified a* nurli, [ have to Mk of you roMpeutfully the delivery Aohtin, Jan. 19, 1874. Bir—On the 17th iimtant 1 receiv- ed your telegram of thai date, stat- ing, in aulmiance, that the President declined to uid the proaeiit Siuio (aovormnent against il« irtexiio vio* lence, because from a comparison of Mection 8, ol what ¡a called the 151 .-o tion Declaration, with 4ih section of article 4 of thu State Constitution, it ta "at leant ho doubtful" whether 1 am yet the Governor, ho doo* not feel authorised to furnish asai*- tau . fiecauNO, 1 suppose that the rec- ords at Washingt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 12 February 1874

■ •T«- ■ ' r7, >r' ' ¿ ií w %, (í|e Ptssenjer. I *■■ ■ '«^A¿jÍ«P| H0B.INNBT, • PlBItUART 12, 1874. •r SUBSCRIPTION. .«9 00 1 an 7# Mu copy, one year... • • " ais mouth* " " three inouths •MélMCl BATES OF ADTERTII1NG. Mssisss I • Monas 11 Uu.stu. | UMoxras "1— " 'S 00* T 00 éio oO t S 00 11 00 16 00 s 11 00 11 00 IS 00 « 14 00 17 00 tl to s IT 00 Sil 00 S4 HO SO 00 ts 00 (7 00 r ts 00 Sft 00 ts 00 e S« no 8« 00 IS 00 • ts 00 S3 no IS 00 IS 18 00 Sfi 00 8 00 n S5 00 88 00 42 1)0 IS ss 00 41 00 46 Oo Adtistissmixts not exceeding on* fqnsra <tf isa lint Inserted nt One Dollab fur the «ra insertion and Firrr Csxts fur siob mbsa- q« nt Insertion. Adtsiitis«bsnts not apee'fiad •• to lima, will M published until forbid, and charged ateord- taglr. Announcing Candidate* f..r Stste and District «Olean, Ta Dollibs ; fur County and all minor Cosrkltem. Criminal court is in tka aeoond week of iu session, aod will sit two weoks loager. James MoCarly and Charlie Merriman hare euch been senten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 12 February 1874

KN «fOIEinN GOSSIP. A .ViiBitoSibff «lealer sdveitfces .«a ■took of piatoU designed for the use of sohool-boyg." k > - - place on the active iUr. LocisviLLKjthieveg steal crape from the bell-knob, hb<1 ycf {¿ouUvlllo thieves are •uppoMd to be iiigh-toned. A Bosro« paper (hlpks that civilization will not be complete until some substitute is found for butrons. A hand-okoan is the latest excavation at Pompeii. The ancients had their tor- ments a* well as the moderns. *• *7' An euterprUing tyno !>as llttcd up an offloe on runner*, and is visiting various towns in Minnesota, doing job priming "with neatness and dispatch." Ed. On«, aged 18 who lives at Wapello, Louisa county, Iowa, is less In size than Tom Thumb or Commodore Nutt, and is only halt' au inch taller than Minnie War- ren. A dutiful son in Minnesota wanted to sc>nd1iis father's body to ltochester, New York, and he packed it iu a dry-goods box, labeled the box "venison," and saved ex- press charges. Twkntv-onk years...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 February 1874

• •• : , - -&■ V V ■■*. *. **&; •' ÉÜS I MR **£§* JAMES W. THOMAS, but to Truth, to « COLLIN CO VOLUME XVIII. POETRY, RlDDles of brc ^ifc hair, soft and wmmplea. «es; dimples of the <to COUP brown out. W •*■•." .JtMSk. A A - UwtfSjfr v ■** : ¡S HLB'1. 1 I l—fc... . ' -if ' ■ ¿sum,' \ ■ 'JmMMik-.j ' í¡ •• woMfci Tnr were three listera t all that summer eve be«$i whlteneee of t! 2Üí?t gre0t ,pw,ld 001 ttiem. Its own peoullar}as ou*oto sach. ways infinite j ~-ugh shade aad i In the light t ilt of foam Rhine, Foil in the gloom, or w^on li ' wTo knows The gray, bli leas. Nor shall tha aea 'But whether thin -oR&SEftR iter spake, and «aid : " ¡liver salle are aet i between na grow not death forget. . __ _____ teoe out Beyond the sunset—who con win from Fate 1" Then spake the eldest, Una: " Long ago Beneath this weary sea my hopes went down i I walk alone ) alone, too, I shall bear Wnate'er my Father senda of orosa or orown« "Yet. though not here, nor even afterward, My lire ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 February 1874

I. v f I' >■ ). t t c C|e Pessengtr. =3= 0-Jk.S^SS W. THOMAS, Boiioa akd rtorutfriiR. TflUKSDAY,- Fibbuary 19,1874. TEXAS NEWS. Tbe small-pox is provalont in Bowie county. Jeplha W. Stell, an old and prom- inent eitisen of this State, died recently at Gonzalos. Tbe Rev. A. TraveUtead, an old find well known minister of tbo Cumberland Presbyterian cliuroh, died at Paris, in tbis State, on tbe 8th inst. An exchange says that W. C. Tomlinson, editor of the Waco Advance, has, on acoount of insani- ly, boon placed in the Lunatic Asylum. Senator Brongbton died at Shor- man on Monday of last week. Tho Weatbcrford Signet, a tem- poráneo paper, is about to be re- moved to Dallas. It is said that Texarkana claims a population of 1500. Iron ore, in largo qnanlitios, line Leon dioovored in Bowie county. Tho North Texas Entorpriso says that Dr. White, who was rocontly shot at in tho town of Pilot Point by sotno unknown person, was tho other day overtaken by threo men, two miles from that plac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 February 1874

If VP • 7 J K I 4 é <% Messenger. MoKINNEY, - Fibbuabt 19, 1874. mmirivNGBiraov. •OPT. n« year •' " «I* month*. " three months. .« 3 00 1 35 75 KATES. OF ADTERTISlNe. uwiass. | > moxtm i 6 iiontui. i is Mourns 1 8 6 ou 8 7 00 •10 uo s S 00 11 00 15 00 s . 11 00 IS 00 18 00 4 U 00 17 00 81 00 • 17 00 Jft 00 84 ao Í0 00 83 00 87 00 r as oo •a oo 86 00 s S« 00 89 00 83 00 • • 00 88 no 88 00 is S'2 00 Sft 00 8 00 it s5 00 88 00 48 00 ii SS 00 41 00 45 00 ▲ protraoted meeting, began ImI Monday night, by Eldec %M. Gano, is in progress at tb« Christian ohurob. The servio** ara nightly, oommeneing at early oandle-light- ing. Elder Gano i* a logical, Mr- neat and impressive speaker, and large and deeply atteotire audi- ences give evidenoo of due apprecia- tion on the part of our oitixens. We are'Unable to say, at tbe present writing, bow long the meeting will oontinue. FROM AUSTIN Advbstisinsnts not exoeeolng one square «r ten lined inncrtecL nt Ons Dollar for the Hint insertion and Fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 February 1874

' >1. ESfe | I I R % I !á ■OM.A ginall between the State , and Two Woods, Da- ill sack Is tied about hU neck, ) carries it wltti safety and dispatch, la more than Unele 8am always won "potniD Pinos are features of social life at Saginaw City, Mich. Each visitor brings tomehubest bidder. The proceeds are devoted to charitable purposes. Pumpkin Paw.—Pare the pumpkin, crate It and add sugar and ginger to taste, and milk enough to make it or the proper consistency. Then line your tins with piecrust, put In your pumpkin, and bake in the ordinary way. Q wet night In Boston recently visit- ors to a public hall found a man at the en- trance holding a ticket-check, and sajlng: pie "Umbrella, piense." Pi lyre- signed their wet umbrellas tcThis custody, but when the entertainment was over both man and umbrellas had disappeared. John Portbu lives in Morgan county, Mo., and is 100 years of age—probably the oldest man in the State. A letter says he can see to thread jl needle and read the fine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 26 February 1874

fi , ' ■" ¡'j FAMES W. THOKAS, Pledged but to Iábertjud: vmri VOLUME MoKINNEY, 003 >001 POETRY. SHOD A. on many day setbera- Uoeew The hill 7 t raking down , It Isright tor every mem- ~ iwer legitimately to in- action of the political i he belongs. todoallln rowen outside the lows. A®3.Í2 tÜ&S3Xraam'~ Wonderful Inhii that emeetl More of her heaven than they reveal. Aw, thinking the labor lets Ot the hot nay-making. Wiles the honra with an old, old aong . Timed to his raking— A wooing(onv of that pleasant kind Wbioh theaonl «end* out for an absent mind. Into Hie meadow Bboda torna, -And hears the singing) The bine drop under the blue deep barns, And soft gates swjnglng, More of Ker heaven thaathey conceal. Flash of the silver dust of stars Is Bboda's thinking, Now that it shines beyond the bars Of her happy winking. Happily-blinking, lovellt-eyes That cannot hide her sweet surprise. Throughthe meadow into the wood, NowBhoda, fleeing With bounding feet, In the solitude Beyond h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 26 February 1874

3P? " ¡r m ' *<[*'" ■ i % jf % t# r C|e Híesstnger. JAMS8 W. TKOMAI ■UTOS ANO fltOWUWull. >• S TJIÜK8DAV,. FIBKCART 26,1874. [From die Austin State Journal.] IMPORTANT. Letter from Governor Davis to General Sherman. We publish below the letter re- ferred to elsewhere, written by Governor Davie to General W. T. Sherman,Commander-in-Chief of the United States Army, in regard to the release of the Indians Satan ta and Big Tree. The letter is published beoause the facts oonoerning that affair bave nover before been published. But this does not eiense Genoral Sherman. With a little trouble be could bave ascertained at Washing- ton the trae circumstances of the affair, and would not hare fnllen into to me on behalf of the Washington authorities, both verbally ana in writing, to save the pledged faith of the President and the United State* Government, assering me that un- less I yielded, it wonld be impossi- to avoid a general Indian wiir. As farther inducement, be offered on the par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 26 February 1874

MP ■ . . ■■ *, ^ huela© 'AL. 18. IDíki Mo há;. «t |vh«>n ■i I tier [Sup- ine., AVn H and led a i «II- |OOl' JVC! ma hi' u\ ur- I m •;:i- I present population oí New Or- i estimated nt 230,985, an increase ol over the census of1870. This makes HOME AIIO FOREIGN GOSSIP. A ham was fined Ave dollars In Provi- dence the other day for stealing crape from a door knob. John Doo petitioned the Massachu- setts Legislature to change his name, and they made It John Kerr^uid he was happy. Tan man whose hair turned white In a single night 1s surpassed by a Boston girt who lost hen completely in one The ladles of Chicago are reported to wear $800,000 worth of false hair, or en- ough to buy a Bible for every heathen lu Justice Haines, of Chicago, has decided that editors are professional men, and that their scissors, paste pot, etc., cannot be seized for debt.' Samuel Leankns, who eloped from Web- ster, Mass., with a widow, tempered his guilt. He left a deed conveying all his property to his wif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 26 February 1874

MUY 28, |t Mot*. I ltM«mu T ti It Ml 17 ft' (Ml a no •« oo M «0 í* II' tu 0 38 00 41 00 a do ¿5 14 IT 10 00 *3 a* N oo M IK 00 m m M (HI SS Ou uy w ion In rhjf yqrflon ot Tux* In Iho caiwe of education, id tolMtifthat Mr. K. W. I Texas Inter- - _ — Hon, will ho ptniMd to hum that Mr. B. W. Klrkpat- rlfk. form I'll J' of Ihli county, htm made „ , , .. „ arrangement* to publkli and Issue an¡0«lv«Oon ou the 18th lust, million of tub amkmicak mmul or u*ur. A$jiww8. In Um «Hjr of Kducatiox. regularly liereufter, on or' ___ exchange nya tliat *fventy-one about the lith óf eacií month, at' tli« citv '«uw of «unll-pox w«ra under treatmeut of Austin, III thU Míate, Mr. Klrkpst- |„ t|i« city of Houston on the IM#'" 1 • rick luu been a resident of Texan for uioctccn vein*. and during a considerable i lion of that lltue lias bum engaged In ofjmnu) The present terminu of lit* leaching. "lelia"^gentleman óí^uilnó.ít'torniiliontl is Rockdale in Milam wortit nnd iibHIty. and lias our bt*t wUli-!cóu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 March 1874

¡S h ■«áas . JAHE8 W. THOMAS* Fledged but to Truth, to Liberty and Law, iwaji Fear ou Aire. volume xvra. McKINNEY, COLLIN COI l3, MARCH 5, 1874. ===== ~ POETRY. THE UNATTAINABLE. nv nuo aaxwaian*. It chanced that;aa I wandered on my way, With thoughts tbftt tended onto fknolet qnalnt, A contemplativa us had paused to think. He stood reflective (Mini tar «way. As who should say: This slumbrous summer noon Is nowise flt Ana gtttiir to Such peaoe of mind as lazy asssa know. Quite lostJneonton^MUondeep was he, Onei ear didsomewhatdrop. aa with the weight Of portly fly, which gravely hung thereby. In seeming comfort ana oontentmant great | Was otherwhere tbsnsmt afly should be. "O asa," I Mid, "whatperftot net is thine, As debits on the pace by 1 He offeredno reply, But with his hind-loot oaEnly brushed that fly. it hours are few "Osas," I said, "the Thy Journey I Dost thou not dread what yet may come to pass? . Uethinks perchance thine utter nonohaiance Hay be because, in truth, thou ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 March 1874

Sl'^1 "V - <W>?. ■ .. "rt-TJ ' llMlilHII «lili 'I V-K* C|t Písseuger. f 7AMBB W. THOÍÍAB¡ ■01 tos Ano noraiMoa. THURSDAY, • • • • MARCH 6,1874. coovioood mt'of juat mob an niud; ' who boa the necei uity aueb an occurrence. The id officials fro# WMbii > aomaUmaa did (bo faonti or Of * baaty inspection, for be. el«- bington, ntiar tba took {Prom tba Austin State Journal]. MORI CORRESPONDING! BE- w^60aU£i.AKD Sherman Ptobim not to ExpoM 111 own 8ealp a Beooid time. Wo give below tba balanoe of tbe correspondence between Governor Davis and General W. T. Sherman. It ahould be read in ooonection with the firet letter written by Governor DavUi printed in oor issue of tbe lOlb inat. Headquarters Army or the u.) S., Washington, D. C., V February 16,1874. ) Hon. Edmund J. Davis, Austin, Texas Sir— I have your lettor of Feb- ruary 7tb and aocept tbe ieane you make, and relieve you promptly of any inupreaeion that 1 only thought ouoe before I apoke tbe worde to to which yon take ««opti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 March 1874

rjiM£$ . «fe j©;', litó* J <% Messenger. McJUNNBY,.... March 6, 1874. terms of ■ihmmwtw Oh eopy, one year " " six months " " three months,............. 7# rater or advertising. 840am | s Mostos | « Monta. | is Mosvns T « is is s & oo • T 00 8 00 11 00 11 00 18 00 14 00 IT 00 IT 00 so 0 00 8 00 S3 00 S« 00 IS 00 89 00 J9 00 88 00 «8 00 88 00 •A 00 88 00 >8 00 41 00 na more üSrs (htor ten, Speaking of tho fallar* to call a «onstltutional convention, the Dal- Im Herald of the 28th nyi: "The pretense of aoonomy U an insult to maohood. Tbia same Legislature will expand more money io impeaching Bill Cbaml or any one of the corrupt j the benoh,aod there are eight than a convention would coat, and á convention, through a conatitution, would get rid of all Lbe leprous craw in thirty dava, without addi- tional expense." _—- We «short our brother of tbe ij oo Herald to be calm. Tbe "so-called" is oo will doubtleaa devise some means 5i oo to get rid of obnoxious judges with- ot oo out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 5 March 1874

'v ■on AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Tkv Prinoe Imperial will attain hla ma- jority March 18. There la to be a great at Chlselhunt on the occa- Jobm G. Potts, the oldest Odd Fellow In ihe world, died at Galena a few days uro. He was Initiated In lodge Mo. 1 at Philadelphia, lu September, lfi . A tobacco-juick expectórate - was re- cently fined f 11 at Mew Albany, Ind., for persisting In ejecting his highly-colored saliva upon the floor of a churon In that city. Aun Huntlky, of Cuta, N. Y., aged one hundred and seveu years, sat upon tils horse as straight as a boy of fifteen, and was photographed a few days ago. A Looakstort joker closed the saloons In that village for the space of one niter- noon by sending each proprietor notice, signed "Many ladles," that the ladies would kindly call aud hold praycr-nicet- ing. Tkmmyson doubtless had the temper- ance war lu mind when he wrote: U the weaker man, and her paaalona ara to mine As I* older uato whisky, and as water unto Wine." A Piuikik du Chikn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 March 1874

*v\ I? Mb J. JL^*¿¡K . r\']'/'. w¿'- ' ^ J W^fM^ ' ' - US ,i ▲. ▲/ ▲ A / ▲ A., A t ^ w : 1 JAMES W. TH0HA8, l( Pledged but to Truth, to Liberty and Low, Ho Favor «ways tu-no Fear can Awe. iW*& VOLUME XVIII. POETRY. BEST. /ouwlth vour nursery light, hit bable , all in white, _ . . -0 their sweet matt Christ, the Uood Shepherd, oarriea mine to' "^And that la beat. loaanot helpteara, when Iaee them twine Their fingers in yonri, and their bright curia yours or mine, McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 18, 1874. _ . „ On your warm breaatt But the Saviour's is purer than j He oan love best. You tremble each hour because your arms Are weskt your heart la wrung with alarms, And sore oppresti V- afe, out of reach of harms, My darlini that is best. You know over yours m y hang even no Pain and disease, whose fulfilling slow , Naught oan arrest i Mine In Uod's gardens run to and fro, And that is best. And dearest1*' 'rour *eel>leat one Unloved, unbleat^ Mine are cherished " velong yea...

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