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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 May 1867

F.fí «xi Ma:< .tmwi « ,«/ L « '.U.1M i mt,-9nm rtjhkdiJit .i ■ r* i ¡v írfíjfj'i nr- ~>%«ríB ,.flíif>.-s«7<iA f« ft Mi JA.8. W. THOMAS . VOL. 12. KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 18G7. =wro*.;.: NO. 23.: !T. 10018 im FODEBET CO, 115 Fiae Street, St. lout , Mo., KÁKUTiOTVtM AKV HHIMIK Flail asi Oruamtal Type, MACHINE AND HAND PMNTINQ PRESSES, PAPtfl MIO CASfc CUTTERS. , > * m 9 éTi news a **> boo a EE Afr'liica, of luperior qualify. (Soltó atna §H¿ttlU jgnptt, , ^ . AUO, Note,-Letter, Cap, Flat Cap, Commer- cial,nac,ket, and Foiio Post Paper, Plain and Ruled. CARDS and Card Boards. 2 New , Book, Black an'd Colored. WOOD ENGRA T1XG Executed to order In tlie bcrft tyle<Jf tho art. mU- RKALS AND SEAL PRESSES, for Court , Motarte! airtfóocietics, .Viniahed to ovder. hand stamps. Stamp* ot any pattern furnlslicd at ihort notice. J>«. U. K. NEWTON, SURGUON ÜENÍ1ST. WISHES to umioiiucu to the citizens of Mf'K inney and vi- cinity tll'lit'llO will visit p...

Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 May 1867

C|t *3pcsstngcr. JAS. W.THOJIAil, K4ll r. McKINNKY, FMIDaV MAY 81. 1WT **=- TERMS: ttubscriptlou, single copy otw y ear. S3 OU * * • • • • «ix mouth 1 75 Eiirht copWiLuuv year ... 20 00 Kate* op Advertising. —Owe ¿quari- ot ten lines or lew. $1 CO for the ttr ( insertion and 75 ceutc for each additiouai lunertiou. One Square. P ianertiuu* $ <1 W • • •• 12 •• 7 50 .« • • 17 '• 1> (K< • i •• «T •• 11 W> • * • 30 •' 12 (Mi • • • 40 '• 13 M • " 52 " 15 00 jartr Legal tender uotes received at par. Revenue Stamps for «ule at the Post office, Pftf Type metal for «ale in quan- tities to suit the purchaser. Ap- ply at the Messenger office. ¡tí¡r The season continúen tobe very wet. Heavy rain have fallen thiti week, and some farmers are beginning to despair of the wheat crop. A chango of weather is earnestly desired, but the prospect is quite gloomy. Corn crops are promising, and will do well if the weeds can be kept down. As the ground is too wet to plow, many farmers are industr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 May 1867

carved 8TYLK D77 oou ntiñe bottom esk,elegan turo, uua lucy cuu eu'ame iae o 1 i>at*d*l)ip« uo lunger. I The Clinton (Étwt Feliciana) Pa- triot «ays: Cue bt' the moat diaaatroua wind taoaoi AÜVEKÍlbílMEWTS. TO THE CITIZENS O*1 COLLI AND ADJOINING COUNTIES. The undersigned would respectfully . „ , . , iL. . autioiuioe that their have commenced atoms that ban visited this parish buslne** at the old stand of A. J. Hall, for a number of vears was expo* 1 in McKinney, near the North-west c.>r- riencod on Tuesday evening last. From every portion of the parish, in the trade of the storm, we hear •of gin-bouses being blown down, feces carried away, trees uprooted, fend general destruction in its- path. We have no doubt that the injury sustained throughout the parish will oxceed any similar •occurrence for many years past..— In town the damage wits visible everywhere. 'IVeós down, fences \lown, and in several instances Carriage houses and other out- buildings were swept aWay. [ Civilia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 31 May 1867

Gold. liY AIMUAII'E «AYIIK, Uold! gold I frulii! Everywhere gold! Men'8 heart uro wild And wedded to gold! Aud they tighteu the link of tlielr 1h- vi«li chiiltu. Aud greedily gloat o'er their fordid gains. Ill the crowded street Where the people meet, .Slid hurriedly greet. They talk of gold, If they talk lit ull— Of the yellotv gold, and its rise and fall. 'Tin the magnet strong Which Imrrtc* along The feverish throng. Toward tlw destined mart, where fraud and art, And till thiiigs evil enact their part. 'Tin the Nation' King, Anil the people bring To thin impious thin# All the homage duo to that God alone Who will try each heart on hi judgment throne. 'Tin the tent of worth. And the coarsest earth Of Plebeian hlrtli, Grow flue and precious when gold transform The vulgar rich into flaunting worm . CoiiKulcncc and truth, Ucauty and youth, K'en life, forsooth, Ail fall a prey to I hi god of power, And we forfeit Heaven for Mammon' dower. it* glamour lien On the maiden' eye , Who bart...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 February 1868

"WT ÍPi-Vlfti <-<r í 1 mu ■fiDÉÜ -;. i rrrr^ • -^—•*—- i «Mfcl 'üi JL 'Í^'Í^ í' -.<•*. " vf ■ vol. 13. II. A. MCDOXAM . (ti IIIIHHKY. notice. Tlic buatiflftil Pimío Fortoh óf Gno-I McMOXALí) A. iii'riirv í28s t& and "sss Wntsof tho klnd. jn VVe can no t sugw*st what Is waiitiutf to STOVES, TIN & SHEET IRON' WAftP make amusical instrument mom pmbut'. I (voulhii ihua waíIB. , ltno()p wiuin* «low to admit that tlioj Ufaran City, limit of iuiiJ vv(;n u(it euu «ve* bo at- Kflen constantly on banda completo tiiliKMl. assortment or Mié hestnniiihi'<it-^ m'kinngy, collin couníy, texas, friday, Obsolete Bible Words. The hist ¿breé lumbers of the'}"& i„;,Greek term translated service be- ing latiS-iíi, the English form mast Family Treasury /ontaiñ' a series ^on us0(£ _J?3" translators of Interesting M instructive pa"- sen « of «eme or • ■ ® - ~l 8olomn worship j the allusion which pers on this suWect by tho Rev. Dr. Bin nio, of Heir ling. Ho begins with words of little...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 February 1868

Presiden I could not assume (o ex- guaran loe to certain States whoso •cato the guarantee without as-1 umin£ that-be was the United States within the meaning of that the guarantee without ae- govoromeuts have been unsurpod that-he woe the United or overthrown, a republican fbrm of government/' Mr. Brown of Missouri offered an amendment to strike out all of the bill after thd United States. Congress could euaoting clause, and to insert a If i {revision, without assuming that e was the Government of the not of itself assume to execute the substitute, which I will ask the guurantco without assuming that Secretary to read; The Secretary it was the Government of the read as follows: United States; nor could the judi oiary without a like assumption.— The act must be the act of the Government, an^ therefore it must ho a legislative act, a law passed by Congress, submitted to the "That when the inhabitants of any State have been declared in a «tato of insurrection against the United States ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 February 1868

■\v will b« liio men from ad- Live Oak for trial is a «implo latee. - power oi the southern Murder in at a premium. Sun Antonio Expresa, Feb. 7. seHttton, roitting Stales. During the prolonged session of. the Senate to-day many personal' The \ ashinirton special of the explantions were made, iuvolvihgl^ew Orleann Picayune telegraphh Homo important disclosures. It 'the following, under dale of NSW FALL IVERTISEMENTS. D WINTER. important __ was assorted that tho dispatch ad-¡ 19tli, which is "important if true:" vising South Carolina of tho rein-1 The State Department is in ro- forcement of Fort Sumter was in-fo®*pt of important intelligence spired by Seward and approved by!1'™ * England, which bodes fresh the cabinet. Mr. Cameron grew'complications with Mexico. The quite warm and said that if Mr. information i*> that the Bf-itish Seward intimated that Hatvey's Government has determined to "dispatch had either his or tho ou'bi- take possession of Mexican ports net s approval, Sewar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 28 February 1868

susr ett * • * ' "«! 1 The Way to Eminence. Long ago a little boy was enter ed at Harrow school He was pu into a class beyond bis years, ant where all the scholars had the ad vantage of previous instruction denied to him. His roaster chit him for his dullness, and all his ef- forts then eould not raise him from the lowest placo in the clans. But nothing daunted, ho procurod the grammars and other elomentary ooks which his olass-fellows hat gone through in provious terms lie devoted tho hours of play, and not a few of the hours of sloop, to the mastering of thosoj till, in a fow wooks, ho gradually begun to ' rise, aud it was not long boforo he «hot ahead of all his companions, and becamo not only loader of tho division, but tho pride of Harrow You may seo tho statute of that 1>oy, whoso Career bogan with this fit of energetic application, in St. Paul's cuthodral; for ho lived to bo the gran dost oriental scholar in modern Europe—it was Sir Wil- liam Jones, When young scholars seo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1868

;: " V "■ -v'v € are, ; 'vc •. $feMñ w ■• «r •&£ ¡a® TÉ W-X1 fmmaamt - i , ^-uli^,^jul-jl3 :i JA.O. 'jnr.n T¡E%ópcj^.a VOL. 13. M'KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY ; mi:-. .-• t- v.*-? -.sur jw I J ■jVlll. >• ^ - .11) ..■i.f;.'wi-:'" .1;■.'. ..LMMÜJ TiíAa' a«Jam'ü. •A Day of Thanksgiving for the •Whole Country appoin ted by thePreaidout. ^íty t)f IVfUi'lunt uf tk* U. S. of A meriea : * mnci.AMXiioK. In the fo;\t \vblch is now draw- ing to its ond, tho art, the skill and the labor of tho pooplo of tho Uni- ted States have been employed with greater diligence and vigor, and on broader field , than over bofpro, and tho fruits ef-iho' eiirlh lvuvo "boen gathered into tho granary and the storehouse in marvelous abun- dance. Our highway* have boon lengthened, arid new and prolific regions have boon occupied. Wo aro permitted to hope that long protracted and political and aoc- tional dissension? arc, at no dis- tant day, to give place to returning harmony and fraternal' affection throughout tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1868

Cfct |$tsstitgtr. i 1 " —11 ,T' 1 1 ' 1 " 1 —SJt. JAM. W. THOMAS, Editor. McKINNEY, "FrIDAY .. KowmUr 1 . 1*W TERMS : Subscription, ningle cay^oiie?w.f2 00 Ten copies one year 15 00 IUtkb or AovitMT «N« .—One squurc of ten Une* or lew, $1 00 for the first Insertion and 75 cent! for each additional insertion. One Square, 8 insertions.... •i .i |2 tt <« 17 " as " • '• 30 " i> • > 40 m " S3 t 4 It $ 6 00 7 50 o mi 11 00 1'i 00 ,a8S . 16 ■ Legal tender notes receivcdntpa* Jgr Attention i« culled t« new adver- tisements. 10-Our ink gave out last week; hence tbe Messenger did not appear.^ The Electiva. mediatelyJtor Pace's, arrivln^ ® ftfc dayligjit, So FAR AS IT IUH in Ttie remit of tbe election ou the 8nl t! intt. was an overwhelming triumph of _n.i the Republican party. We bail tbe re- ^0rri"' ftnd omv Steph oun on n? •lit ig Paco Jo. rruit. The; TUB SEW COXJiTITl'TIOM, or previous condiiion. itrsv ®KC- 81 Importations BUS fcNültü>Si.U nu|1jer (Ue |)am, 0|- uy TnR ¡other na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1868

gpf M^awümlty'tó "feebeisT hear iuui;b of the ortieHv ot iniont towards rel>t*l*. flow Ih this looked oitby the civil ^ Wc Goveruniunt ferout I this world of.to-du; M it he reooi lilstory. in cruel The his vil WttW taunt und llud me one you over f' !•> * k •III Motley, in a lucent speech, touches It with something ol' the historic spirit in the follow-In# extract: But even If the reeonstrui;(iou laws are coiisUtutloiral, are tliry. expedient? Wo are told that the seceding States «re treatcji.with cruelty; that iutlineof profouud peace they arc subjected to milltarr ■* - * ' ' The. tyranny during and «luce the rebellion. Unparalleled tyranny! mcurcfi the records or all civ wujred upon tlili . Military« rciuote parallel to the extraor- tlinai'y. lenity, manifested by thecon- •iiuerors in this olvil war. Will voirtfo back to republican Rome lid. tell me of the career of alternately parties In her civil wars*— you read of tile wholesale massa- *M'eM of Martus, when his purty. was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 November 1868

.. ...0— ........ i p jiro Tal. Ií he approve, be ahsll, district Court shalí uIüo have origin ) eiidjtent to eíucuta, shall lnue to aud bu ex- rwlce require. ¡sign it; but if ho disapprove it, he shell,exclusive ,)ui)Hctictiufi for the probate of ecuteU by any Constable in the county, n. holding tbe office'return it, vritlt lite objection*, to thnt: ■■víIIh, for tho appolutnient of guardians, Sko. 19. i bero shall bo electjd in ild a.ny otner office I lour,o la which it originated; which fur tiio í/antin-; qt letters testnraentsry each county by the qualified vetors-oi iho l^OtLco ahsll eptortbe obj0ctio; 3 at hrgeiendof upon iho journal# of thoII ouram! pro cecd to reconsider it. If, after mieh re and consent of tho Henato. lio shall roturnod to, consideration, twothirdu óf the member! present sh*U ngrco to pas* the biH, it shall be «out willi tho olijcctionn to tho other Hotiio) by iyhieU.it shall likewise he re- considered. If np| roved by .two-thirds of tho'mumberB present of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 June 1869

«•wiSSe MMMR - •- t «¿i 't jas. w. rnoMAS, VOL. 14. U#oU> niai'w bÉ 1 lj(l* 1«" íí4 i> , i!¿( ' ■ - ' -oxe ruó, oxa covtrtr, oxb cornnrmox. oxe o&rsnxníxr.' M'KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1869. TEUH8. One copy, , one year.. six month* «2 CO 1 25 •IrMv copien, one year !• 00 Ten copie , one year. IS uo Amt.one to the getter up of ins club, Hato of Advertising. One satiarn of ten Une or lew , $1 SO «for tlifc nr t Insertion, anil 75 cents lor •each additional lusertlou. •One Square. 8 Insertions •• •• 12 " t 4 "Mot a Drop Mora, Dfctúei" >li iiim ÉÉWUJJI 17 as 30 40 52 Job Work i 4* 4 4 4 4 $ 0 00 , 7 50 0 00 II 00 12 00 lit 50 15 00 of all kiwis executed 4 4 4 4 4 4 vlth uimtness and dispatch. Agent « \Y¡ ii. A.xmtKWs. Ksq. General Agent <Jt l. t". C. Hinklby. rilieruian, fex, sIoiin l. 1-ovh.ioy, Kst|v Denton, ! • /" Judge A. M. Hktant. kv. lowii, J. IT. IIknby, Ksq. Weatherlord, S. H. Joniw, Ksq. Dalla .ludiré A. Ui.kiisob, Lancaster, (•apt. J. It. itiwk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 June 1869

■J1 ■ *'l Cjjt Ptssenger..| i n=sg= ' 'copy tbo fdTlo#ln#?< JAM. W.THO*AH, lidllor. v * Recent Appointments. From 6peoi^ or^|r« no. tí8, we ing recwjfc appoint- 4. i>. DARN ALL* AmIiimi Miuir. wenU to office in this portion of M c K. INN 15 Y : • 4 Cor-MV CouKTr—Jacobs. Holms " SATURDAY, Jttne 19, 1869. to be Justiee of the Peaoo, proeinot The Mkuenoer ta an oficial jour- nal and circulates '# the counties of Colli# D#l*s, Denton, Cooke' ton, Fanata, Lamar, Hunt, Parker, JafylMt ietver;, Kaufman, and oth ér'eo'üntiée -trí Nortllern Texas. Etfcnt¿ve State general News. ' but will restore most cases given up to die. Tne Monday's and Ishmael Pasha Is making a tear Tuoiday's dailies aftor tbe affair through Europe, for the purpose it fa*°. Dr. Stiflwftn great credit for tíOD at Washington received a Tetas I' semi-official Cuban letter datod . -s 80th, importing Mceond •ncounter ti® ^ Í\pins aro from the with filibusters .boil May 11, .o4 ****<>•* **" ■ *. : . Mlud eh.—On vos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 June 1869

I will níldreíí the vutt'ii oif tj *' Geiuesville. Cooke v *' Klierinuu, Ui'My*m« • k L'm.nlit Pai " Clarl " liosi uluiui, Kiuütfu 'arU. I.tuuar aurk*vltíi'„ lied River loston. Howie Jelli'i-nm. Mm lun " Haden. Davis • ' (iiliner CimIuii;. " Mt. PlwaffiSt" Titu<( ' Sulphur Sprinjfj. Hopkins " (liytiuvLle. limit • • Farmei'svlllo, Collin • • MoKliiuey. •< *• Kutifiiiuti. Kúut'itiau " 1'ullUHt Dallas *' Waxalntehlo, Kills " Cleuburu. Johnson *• Thorps ¡springs, " Weatnerford, Parker •••j j Saturday. Monday. Wednesday. Friilu v. Monday. Wednesday, Friday, '! .Monday' Wednesday, Friday 10th, 12th, nth. lilth, 10th, 21st. 2:lrd, iltlHi, 2Srh, .... 80th.. Monday. August 2nd MX)!! OI'll, I'll Jaeksboro. Jack Decatur. Wife Weduesday, Friday. Saturday Monday, .Priduy. Monday Wi'iliii Friday Í«üp Wednesday, 4th. (lilt, 7th, Otli. lilth, Uth. h, kuRon or thin comity «lid Miss S. K. .. 11hurón, daughter of Hugh Hudson,: ,. Esq., of G ray wit county. 1 toi • •j Aooompanying the above notie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 19 June 1869

Bynuu to oar Patriot Dead. [Writtentar wwuattorUio^IomU Me- JW^fceirVoHt.j OPENING UYMK. Twre-PUytPt Ilymm. I<<jvo unchanging tor Iht Utwl, . Lying here in gloried alaep, Whew the «u* ! «oftly tNwl, While their holy watch they keep. WrwUlu we brlnjt that ne'er shall fade Greener with'the pawing yw*, Brighter for our eorrow't shade, Jeweled with our falling teara. and drinking, ond then go into court the next day and make a „ .. _ . bettor plea in all rogpeoti than I 9L«l5®íor#f oould, or anybody elte at the bar of our State, even though we stud- died our case half the night and slept the rent." Ho tried it, and in trying barnod to the socket in forty-one years the lamp uf life that had boon trimmed to last fourscore. A draft upou tho con atitution in behalf of appetite is just an much a draft as in bclmli of work; and if both aro habitually preferred together, bankruptcy and ruin ore sure and swift.—Lippin- cott'i Magazine. Dying that the Truth nlglit live, lfere they rest In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 April 1870

o • * I f '/ 5—— !,#í HH5 f i<;:t «tu tne-imlo- Mllltí"! lo :u íljlríí ¡ U í JAS. W. TIIOMAS, •isJ VOL. 14. r.'. % '■ • • AV#.*ue, XB00inmtr¡™stm*^tftó:¿pú.&fá¡tiÉ¡im^ •; ! " -l WEÍNNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TE*1 'AS «V IHTOIV V i ™ MTO'¿/. : *4111 ' ífil 'iff I vii atilden . < ¡fl'j .'í llud <; !,m: o*>:f•!'!' Üwií'vwb JC ji.. 1 TERMS. "I 1 1 1 One copy, ojie >■ • • six Five* copie*, one —- • '■ y-'~ —*s .111' I, *fa8t% ÍÍIM. year month"... $3 00 1 3* Ten eoples, Aud mito to year. oi¿(!, .VWU'v .. „ ;Up ¿ottli' uüof __ ~~ —.i—rU-Kcstxsam 7*a.tt*a*>'■ A0 wsl* l«W* !,i One Hiiimroof tén Ui)t •.?}•••«" 'ifur thu llrst )usei't¡on. mid i>> «euw ueiluh additional Insertion. >- Square, 8 ' Insertions...:.'.;..... $ «.00 ' *• ' '¿.ól.íiüt." i Vf ,64 :::::: >515!. ■ f tlUr okib>.< ¥ wasting valúa- * M One Sanare .i .. jj .17 , 25 30 40 r>2 Job Work tnH" írtSM „ __7^rr(,TJTW, ,juld' Triarles Dickwig opa monityg ruímy Vtoar ago, as .tajitwtar. rau up lo, «...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 April 1870

s csstitger, Anotuk House Buiwbi).—A friend who is - convorsant with the — facts, Bonds lis tbo following: j an. W. TIÍO.H\rt, KUlier. | Three and a half miles N. W. of 1" ntllMALL. Editor. MoKinney( on ]ast Sunday about 5 ' o'clock P. M. tbo dwolling of J. B. Mack was entirely consumed by fire, supposed to have boon communicated from tbo cook stovo in an adjoining room. The family woro absent; and when first discovered tbo flames bad reached tbo roof. The loss would have boon ontiru had it not been for the bravo and gonorous efforts of Henry B. Scott, who first arrived at tbo scone of "flory devastation." Ho with Mr. Itobort O'Brien and Tee Mack, rusbod into tbo Hamo , regard loss of personal danger, and with the greatest difficulty succeodod in saving the bods, a fow articles of furnituro, and all tho wearing upparel. Tbo provisions, cooking utensils and table ware, with the library of Mrs. Muck, were ontirely consumed. Too groat credit cannot bo given to tbo gentle men mentioned ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 April 1870

-soasas ürXyhon County—He'd EiveK Fleet: Lwt Week four flut-bonta, contain- ing «bolt 400 balón o( <oottou, jpft l'roston, bouniJ for Now Orleans.— i of thexe boiita wer* tho proper- I >i I : tvof the enterprising mul iudefuli^U- blot'aiit. J. 11. Williams, merchant of this pJace, and lbs other of HalnMI & tto., of Sherman. Thin look like bunineM. 'J'hpHO gentlemen will land their cotton in New Orleans ata cost o( 18 or 94 per hale, while land transportation would, cost 812 or 815. We iruHt they «-ill b« successful in their ent<sr|)Hi «, and pavo the way FLORENCE 8EWING MA8ÍHNE. /CN £ ■ > > A. ur v. [M for our farmer* to eh lit luiroaftor di- rectly by the river.—Sii er. ,vo ih< lioronfl iierman Couri- p * ™ j ■ i For this intioliliio or for I'liOHpw" oi Ihe i art Figaro hbjjí . • • _ . . delved, apply 'o, . Pina IX now rises* with difficulty; " ■ a. J1. T.\ vr.Oit, Till machino ' ircikwi four different JUml of stitches, the took. knot. double, look mid double ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 30 April 1870

romrmx i MESSENGER smile amd be contented. The world hrows old, and wen frrow cold, To eueh wbito noeklnx treasure, And wliut with want, mid euroa uud toll, W<! scarce have tliue for pleasure; But nuvér mind, that lo u loss Not much to Im lainoutod; Life rolla on gully, If wo will liut ¿tulle and lie contented. • If wo are poor, Mid would He rich, It will not be by plninjr; No; ateudy heart* ami li | eflil minds Are life's bright silvery lining. There'* never 11 inuii that dared to lio|R', Ifath of Ills cholee repented; . The happiest souls oil «uth áru those' Who anille and be eoutentc(|A --' igrief dotli vor „t to ruck the heart, d fortune Míílsus sorrow, i hope wiiinuy u blessing read, il eonsolajtlon borrow; When | And I From I And < If thorns mut/rlse and roses bloom, It caiurtbi Im prevented; Ho miidce the liest of lile you can, Lmlduiile und be contented. A - i lay booittno tko tion of the mouns of tho omnnoipa- prinoe. Thus the spirit of mjw «¡te like a onptivo king in...

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