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

I 1N i . per Oilfrwlúeh is in tb« heart of the # lanqa, n would the Chattanoo- ga Railroad, running from Houston to Laredo on its course to the Pacific. The railroad from Indignoja to San Antonio and Austin was sold,4 June, to Charles Morgan, who will imme- diately put 500 hands te work on it. it is now running te within 6 miles of whore it will Join (lie railroad now running from Lavaca to Indianoln, to which it is graded, a distance of 15 miles from Indtanola, and will pass a depot 10 miles from Kcmpor City. UUtill W. 1IAWBS. Salaria/ June 2, 1870. FOÍOTklV ««IE SKELETON Changes. BY FREDERICK. BY an unknown author. RuiioliI till a niin! 'Twits a skull, Oneo <jf ethereal spirit full; This narrow coll wits I.lftj's retreat; 'litis space was Thought's mysterious sent. What beauteous visions fill'il tills spot* What dreams of pleasure ioiir forgot? Xorhoix!, nor love, nor joy, nor fear, lltivc left one trace of. record here! Beneath this mouldering canopy oiicc shone the bright and...

Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 March 1874

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Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 March 1874

•• w ' ^ * ,f - .. ■•" - :;«wHP ' riax and ' [from the 81. Loulü Ulobe, Ifaroh 4.) Five yean axo to-day Gereral Grant was Inaugura ted President of the United ■ States. He assumed the office under cir- cumstances very uulkvorable to the fidth- ftil discharge of his duties. The country liad just cudured nearly four years of An- drew Johnson's seml-Democratlo and thoroughly corrupt rule; the public offices were fliled with the worst and most de- praved politicians of the land; the nue department in ail Its branches was honest; officials were everywhere league with swindlers for the puri muling the Government. Tin Just^^ ' resembled pspflfliwnmi;In the West espe- cially, the public had been taught to be- lieve that tne soundest tinancial policy dic- tated the Immediate puyment or the Gov- ernment bonds in greenbacks; the prob- lem of universal suffrage was still unset- tled ; the fifteenth amendment was still be- fore the States, and had uot received the necessary number of Indorsement...

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