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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 18 June 1870

1*E ■'■■'y * VOL. la. M'KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE THE WAY TO SPOIL GlRDtf. 1. Bü always tolling from hor car- li es t childhood, vvhitl a bou il l i in I croaluro sho i«. it is a on p¡ i it I way ' *>i' inflating tliV vanity ol' u little girl, to bo constantly exclaiming : "How in'otty !" Children undet'siuiid such ovoii whon ii tho nurso's arms, and tho ovil i* dono tojlho char- acter in its uarliust formation. 1. Begin us soon us sho can toddlo, •:o'Areas horout in fashionable clolhos ti iid rich a'í'ossos. lVt a lioójt ií|i<fn borat cuco, with all tlio artificial 'siidiiriiinonti^oí flouncis ami leathers, and flowors, and cnrls. Fondness ol' •dross will thus bocomo a cha raí* t oris- .i¡c and will usurp tho wholo ailon'.ion ol' the young mortal, and boa long "KWp towards spoiling hor. ti. Lot hot* visit ho DMiuh I bat sho finds i—IñfppiH-e^s at homo, and ihoroJíóro will .not l.o npt to slyv "hero and loarn homo duties. It is a capital tiling for a spoiled...

Publication Title: Mckinney Messenger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 18 June 1870

Cjjt messenger. JAS. W. TUOÜ.1K, editor. ilcKINNEY: SATURDAY, Jane 18th, 1870. VERM . One copy, ouo yoiir $2 00 • •• nix months 1 *25 Five copies, one year 0 00 Ton topics, one year 15 00 Ami ouo to tlio goiter up of tin; club. Hates of ArturtlitiiiK. Olio square of ten lines or less, $1 *t0 Tor tin* first insertion, ami 75 cents for each additional Insertion. One Square. 8 insertions $ 0 00 •< "> 1-2 " 7 M) " ' 17 4 4 It 00 " • 25 44 II 00 4 4 4 4 ¡«0 4 4 1*2 00 4 4 4 4 40 4 4 1 50 44 44 02 44 15 00 Job Work of all kinds execute*! with neatness am! dispatch. Asenla: W. II, Axiiukws, Esq. Oenond Agent Ool. <!. c. Bixki.ky. Slierinau, 'lex. •Ioiin Ii. Lovkjov, Esq. Denton, 44 Judge A. M. Hiiyant. Ky.Town, 44 M. S. .Ioxks, Esq. Dallas 44 Cant. J. It. Ui'sski.i.. Boiihaiu, 44 t*ol. J. 1\ Dini*4, Pilol drove, 44 f/'apt. O. (Joi'KXHAvmi. I'llol Point" Jxo. A. llAUiir. Eso. ClurkKviUo," En. (Jimioxs, ijjsq. Parle 44 Jix.ixi.KV Oüoi-i'. . ICf«i. Jueksboro 44 , p O. JSroiiiniii. Hf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 18 June 1870

Tho Chinóse Companies of Sin Francisco huvo dounle I to dUooui'ti¿3 tho emigra lio n of thoir countryman Ki California, and huvo drawn up u circular to ilr.it oll'out, to ho posted in nil tho principal towns und cilios ol' tho Celestial Kinpire. KERR'S"patent TERRA FIRMA FENCE, * <«V « ■ v Wl MlWvk* 'FRESH ARRIVALS. l&BTES lire now receiving their •Si*KING STOCK —OF— Till* Hi'Vi'l mill much vulni.il lilíi-ultorn Mtiminlii •in u inmibiiiiitiuii nF tnirlli, wiilw, toiil t'i'li r Imv, uIiikk, i-lriuv, Hlutilili*ur iihim ¡liv tlii'iimi ii>'u cum- I ti ii ni in 11 |iiinvi'i \vliii4i in tin kíiuiiI* iiiiiI •4i,'i}t,'li it IIIIVI'.ii'iHL-r etui emmtriioi lliy minri' <n bm in In uri'illl'l' di«l i luí II mi iil'ilili.il'V wlu-tlWtiiriiinr. I U(>X- III" unit llltllbi*l'tf<ii'«|ilt l. 'lilrtl nbiiiil í'iTi *li*i>t nf IniiibiT will'diiiiiili'i vi ilw h iiii1,) and wiili iliis Miinilu'IUif<hl "i'ii Ji'i'üi' fniii1 ur lim l'i"i h il' wffiHi.iWj ii fSvsl'tTf'o 'v l' llil'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 18 June 1870

\ WOMTWKo Is there Room in Angel-Land ? [A short timo sinco tho author lis- touod to nn inlcroRling discourso by n Methodist prcaoher, in which ho ro- Inlod tho following touching ineidont: A mother who was preparing «orno flour to bako into broad, loft it for n fow momonts, whon litllo Mary— with childiuh curiosity to boo what it was—took hold of tho dish, whon it foil to tho floor, 6pilling tho content*. Tho mothor struck tho child a sovero blow, saying with angor, that sho was always in tho way ! Two weeks after litllo Mnry sickoned and diod. On her death-bed, while delirious, sho asked hor mothor if there would bo no room for hor among tho angels. "1 was always in your way, mother— you had no room for littlo Mary !— And will I bo in tho angels' way?— Will thoy have no room for mo? The broken hoartod mothor then felt no sacrifico too groat could sho have saved her child.] Is thoro room among the angels, Por tho spirit of your child '< Will thoy tnko your littlo Mary In thoir l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 July 1870

^ '«i;! 1 ' - ■" tfll *0 :ijfr 9d¡ tanjoD i l •i.tI'wssT la eSaah" QX9J1 flVÍ.'í:: li ilMll I'M -'««Id ■> " !:ji< «no l' ujl Y. W «W ' V i 7 /.J . X ■- V. | ^ YAdSUTAD ,! • >OI Vi VOL. 15. M'KINNEy, COLLIN TEX.VS, SATURDAY', JULY 10, Bars aiid Harbors of Texas. '' • .• '■ By n careful analysis of an article rtaken from the Galveston Now!} of the 21st Ult., (which you will fíncl cii- •closed) it Will bo found that Ibo grout Northwest and South are shaking -bunds, with the prospect of a cordial future, thereby insuring peace, tran- •quilii.y and lasting union, cemented 'by indissoluble ties, political, social iund commreeial. . !. No grouter-calamity can befall oivr country than the great centralizing, 'despotic supremacy of capital at New "York, which has been so pompously ;1ioivalded by Mr. Seward as the result of his reflections, growing out of his 'observation made in his late extended •travels;. •••• ' A man Avhóse ii)>>h| há« boon so por- vcrted-as fui find Ahvsk^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 July 1870

% Ptsstngtr. JAI* wTraoJÍAa, Miior. M c K I N N E Y : SATURDAY, July 16th, 1870. TKItMM. One copy, one year $3 00 •' •• six month* 1 25 Five copie , one year 0 00 Ten copies, one year in oo And one to the getter up of the elnb. Bate* of Advertising One square of ten lines or less. $1 for tile ilrst Insertion, and 73 cent each additional Insertion. Insert Ion* 50 for One Square, 8 «, 17 " " 23 • " :w . 44 io ,4 4 4 {¡¡J Job Work of all kinds ... $ fi 00 ... 7 30 ... it 00 ... 11 00 ... 12 00 ... I.'l 30 ... 13 00 executed The 4th of July. We blame no inau If Impelled by recol- lection! of the past glorie* of lila country and feeling jubilant and patriotic he cele- brates the 4th day of July; it I Ids privil- ege and we would not deprive bint of it .— 1 A* toournclf we have no heart for It, with ill* It* glory Ik departed; the Uovernmeiit whose birthday it was has long siuce pass- ed away. Why should wc celébrale the birth of that whieh has no existence? limb- er let us array ourselve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 July 1870

• .<«* wmmamm PROFESSION AL CARDS. jii.it'k J K jiriicc A JlHl'l > W M j iirioii •I * * itui* '" K;'u ., ¡¡ni iiiiclü Mf" ltu.kti') •'# 1 lll'iitl.v l " c (hunda í-**"1 <!,.« Utoiiw m r.iWHifW I i *i 11- • 'liti'k M V K J , «'llllllillltll A " C.iiv S M ■I',lililí •/.UIH'S O r..llii i J !'". , i i ii lit i eu Kl'j"" * ¡I'.illiiwnUwtW , ,c„n hit Murauivl 1, .f'lliHllinT •• Cui'i'v h«\w«ru li ,t'ni>uvfii Hiiiiii'i l'crr* C funk H Clink tt riiti.«T Klmibtfifc • Oiialmitii «/nine* {'..lililí* Duck J * jt'tiuk MlirlU y, 4'imk I' ll , jiniiouti ill I' , Jink.-.KM JUV ililc.ko " ú.liillllfll JOHMt „ Jl .il ,llltl#K W >1111117 I mini .l *mik . j ..|-r Win I' ii ji i koi-.-ciii S 113 tmiiciiu Murv K (Skill! A It luinklit Anmi.ilu ■ >.-n(iiii J I) .1)11 u.iillmdy ¡>.lUÍttl.il A niiuiMiii "UhIk'iI 2 \ inii'li K II Piuvlt ,l' liii M ]l ivU illllltfK j).IV|s Will 11 1 11 tort (li'uriie i'.ili'ni Ailiim % A M ilvatis J 1'' )•' n il Wuxli iiiRt ni j iirn S.iriili .1 Frier •/ M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 July 1870

por City, which is in tho heart of these lands, as would Iho Chattanoo- ga ilailroad, running from Houston to Jurado on its course to tho Puoific. Tho railroad from Irtdianola to Mau Antonio and Austin was sold,4 Juno, to Chorlos Morgan, who will imme- diately put 600 unnds to work on it. It is now rnnning to within 6 milos of whore it will join tlie railroad now running from lavaca to Indianola, to which it is graded, a distance of 15 milos from Indianola, and will pass a dopot 10 miles from Kompor City. 1IÜÜII W. HAWKS. Saliii'ia, Juno 2, 1870. MESSENGER i H,1UU' ¥MI¥IS TIIK NKFXEl'ON UV AX I'NKNOWN AITIIOIt. Heboid this ruin! 'Twtw u skull, Oneo of ethereal spirit lull; Tills narrow cell whs 1,11'o's rotreal; This spaeo wiis Thought's mysterious soul. What iKfliutcoiw visions liliM (Ills upol? What rimiiiis of pletmtiro Ioiih; flirjfnl? Nor hope. nor love, nor joy, nor lunr, Have l«;lt one truce of record here! Helicalli litis luniildorlu;; ctuinpy Once shonetlie bright ami tinny...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 May 1871

--rnrrr. YOL. 15, M°KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDA B7 B'lCOCM-t.tTta.V THS'GOVERNO" 0*' TEXAS. The Impeachment Trial. Milico of public roads, 1(11(1 ¡ill weiipoits for- | l'eiu-U to Uic comity under tin provisions of Hill lift kIiiIII lie sold ns nitty bo proscribed , , - A. by tin' (,'oHniy Court, mid llie proci-ods tip- ' ' ',n following is n synopsi* of tho To «11 to; wlmm these prrwnts shall como: ¡ pruprlutcil to'tlio sumo purpose, r 111 test'pI'iK fed ¡mrs ill tlio 11 iyrll Court Uukkba*, 1 lie legislature ol liria | 4 u. It shall ho iho duty of nil >lu>i'lir<. ! .• ]*< .,>.. rdlmf Judiro State by an uet entitled « An Act to '-constable*. marshals, and their dcnuile* >, ««taming JUUgo •. and till pollccuirii. and other penco officers, uupM'I i* cuso ' | i o arrest any person violating tlie first or third sootloii of .till* net. and to take such regulate tho keeping timl bearing of deadly weapons," approved April 1S71, Itas mude it incumbent oil me to I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 May 1871

%} I y--i.. I \ «ü Cjjc Pfssntgcr. J IM. W. Til (Mi \*. «tillo . rrV' "rr-^ — McKl s\ EY: SATURDAY, May 13,1S71. TKUMS. One copv, «no year...,. six inouth* Flv* coi tic , onu ¡rear T«m copies, oiic jrsr., And mío to the fitter up of .... $2 00 ... 1 25 ... ft 00 ... 13 00 the club Ilute of Aa «rlliiiii|> Ou« square of te.n Une* or lew, $1 B0 75 cent* for I'll . lor th« ilr<t la*«rtt«n. and each additional ¡taftef-tloYK Ono Suture* 8 insertions «' •• IJ 14 II tt ♦ •' is " * «* iw " • 4 40 44 ♦ * ^ 51 44 Jut «Turk of *11 kind* with neatness mid dispatch. .... $ 0 00 .... 7 «i .... 0 00 .... 11 00 .... 12 00 .... 1 50 .... 1ft 00 executed Greenback* receivyj, at par d't the Messenger Office for subscrip- tion, advertising and job work. Republican Executive Committer 2nd Congressional District. I,lout. Gov. Don Campbell. Chairman. Hon. W. O. Robinson, of Howie Co. Hoc.. HfMknn fV«M uaeh Senatorial District. Dili IIist. Ho* J a. Hoamk. a( urwr «mini* 8th l)i*r .1. Ift llomM , hsjt-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 May 1871

I lU-T TirgTirrrr u „ii.!,:._lrrr.irTfrTf.. From onr Cor resign deat in Mexico. tfrrrn.-j-ff Maltii.i.o. Mkxico, \ Apt-US,1871. j D*nr Mrmrnger: Tfio amIou* function «of " Semana San- ta." Molí week''—Imve been executed Svltli dufiiuvotinii in tills ctipitiil. Niit tl WtAne luis bnt'ii left iiutuiiieit in nil Hint I* belicoeU 10 liu necessary to Insure (hi* well-being of the city .Mid Its lulinliltiint*. Coiit'eKslnus Ituve been luade.absolutions mid InduiifeuclesgVilntwl. . 1IIHMKUI4 have been s.tiil for llie living nli'd the (lend, the penitential round to the crucifixes have been made, altar* have been visited and offering ti '^wetl; thousand* of prujern llave been addressed to the mHoii* Saints, 'and sonic perhaps to God. Itiiilges have been set In order and incense .burnt before lliein; kunrd'tH, (vault .) Inlvé btoni ¡Humili- ated with hundreds of holy .cmidlus; crosses liuve been reared and eflljileS placed upon them; garnished sepulchres have received at, length their victim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 13 May 1871

í *4. p*w«r«< n *-**• pOETKV. Tiii;iioui^ LiruT IJV III.HAI.1> M1--I Y. A little flower b'o Jowly |ire\v, Ho londy win Itfloft, 'Tha| heaven looked llke^ni (} e of blue Down i:< Us rocky olcll, What could the little llover do, In hik;1i a (lailíonie {tinco, lint try to reach that eye of blue, 4wl climb to kiss heaven's face ? And there's no life so lone nnil low Hn|stnn)jlh may (-till he g-lvon. From narrowest lot on earth to grow The straljfhter up to heaven. :ffiMRV «MM nuii HI I'iiro iiuilroiid to tho lilont U'liicli I am nlmiit to m tlio pu.rjiu-0 tjf (Icmoiislrutiiitf ,!<u 1:,r t is9 feVaS Wsiawáwmi B ? LAW DEPARTMENT. A tfrouu iaiiilirou. li iIn? iishoinlily. S«i vhiij l''IM hur tlo-.ii i|)l jell, St) llll- caftlily lief look,mo iiispn'o'l bof n>uii- ibo pu,riin-c «if demons) ra titii; the nor, that what «ho described wohkmJ mci'ítóx)!1 tl.o Mucosa c.iul in «/eii't-i actually to liavo lake., p nco Hon una nting, i;) ol)ü ))f t|10 büiJwi, ¡ ¡ thcio. I lie}' nntic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 24 June 1871

'■-!>{ ■ 1 .muí wKJi-'JH 1 M° KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, «' ... -.«o l* • " • • •!<••■' flV 'it brother Cárnes.—■ How • ¿«¿aw iwen n tho United Statu VOL. 16, ■BdSfSf. From the Oahicnton A'ems, Mr. Greeley at Columbas. '1 Ik? wire being down, Mr. Groe ley's .earning bud not been announced, and bis sudden arrival took the good peo- ple somewhat by surprise. A largo number ui prominent citi- zens culled at. the Lino lloube and Wore introduced. A commitleo from tho Gorman So- ciety, lute in tho evouing, came to ask Ins iuiendanoe, and a brief talk. In bait' an hour afterwards, Mr. Greoley went to the Casino, which, meantime, l.ad° been filled by German and other «itizons. The hall was draped with tho blended fogs of America and Prussia. On being introduced, Mr. Greoley made a pertinent and im- pressive speech of about twenty min- utes. We can only givo a skotch. JTe snid— I believe the Society.* whioh bn,vo iuvi'.ed me to say some words to thoin on this occa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 24 June 1871

J AS. W. r HUM AM, Bailor / —JM-- Oao Outrage Admitted. Commenting on Ibo rocont bunting of a freedman's school house mid ibo UoKlXNKY: SATURDAY, Jane 24,1871. News Items. Sherman has go its to Wash- whipping of tho toucher, in Bastrop . J "<"$*?'• Woftli,n, (ft " -) lijis been ... j . ... .... olocted 0 trornor by tho legislature (¿on. iuglou, by the of Now Hampshire, llo was inau- gurated on tbo 14th inst. Fn O 1*1 THE FItOKTlCnt TÍ1E CAPTIVE INDIA N CfliCFS. Camp Radzwinski in the S. \y. part ol the-reservation, noai'Norlb t urk Rod Itivop. . . T, «, T J *< Gou. Grioruon requests that when A General ludían War Imminent. depredations have been committed ¡by tho Indiana, against citizens of Movements of tfeu. Slieiinant q;cx„H) to hare the intelligence con- TERMS. One eo?y, ono yeur six month* Flvo copies, one year Jen copies, ono year And ono to the goiter up of .... S3 00 ... 1 95 ... 8 00 ... 15 00 tho club. Wo have denied tho presence of any A Washington dispatch announce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 24 June 1871

It' I tlOUHKRY/ I Handed Outrage? - .. *.I35r C Ü i I ' ® ^W.N Bferiháni, .To* vtCTttíx'Xitti- Ai'TKMPTEf tJMilnUi Dutrkt—Acceptc TJOLATIOK. ;^roÁ tha Kansas City Time , JtmclUh. For the past several days W. Hi, Weir and wifo, omlgranta from Iowa) un«! bound for soino point in Souttrorri Kansas, huvo boon cumping tronv a don of thieves known as the Two* Mile Ilotrso, ja«l outsidv tlie city lim- its, on the Weatport road. About foúr o'clock j'^stvirelay morning, n party of flvo nveiv «Hacked ihoir wagon, dragged them out of the bed And assaulted and abuned them in a most shameful itmnner. Weir iu it cripple and was unable to offer any Tesistant'o, boina taken bj' surprise and unarmed. liy threatuning him nd his wifo they finally cornel I od tiimto sign a hill of sale for Ins two horses, both very fiire and valuable 'ftnjtnul*. . The horses were then lii'tclrtil to n Nvugon covered wit<j oil cloth, which Ivo thinks Vine procured at the Two- Mile House, he and his wifo thrust in- to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 24 June 1871

POET1ÍY. Mouth to Ear. Kay, «peak no 1)1, a kindly word Can uevor leave u «ting behind; And oh, to brouthe audi tula «V vo board b Ikr beneath a noble inlud, for oft a better seed is (own By ehooalujr thus n klnde- plan; For If but little Rood we know, Let's ipeak of all the good wo can. Giro ma the heart that flthi would WUo, Would fiiln another's fault* efTitca, How can It please our human pildu To prove humanity but bnsel No, let it rcach a higher mode, A nobier estimate of num; Be earnest In the renrch of pood, And speak of nil the be.it wo can, Then speak no 111, but intent bo Toother's ft!i-lln¿>g ns your own. If you're the llrnt a fault to see. Be hot the Itrsr to make It known. For 1Kb to but a passing di/y, No lips can tell hów'biTéf file stay; Be earnest In tbo «enrol, of good, And «peak of ull the best we may. .11 — , Thorns and Thirties. I1 R1NNEY. Physical Cuitare. \Ve malto too 'tottch of the body. This 1ms been the grcot cry atni sin of the age. And ilhas ever been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 July 1871

r; «m- •0- -'• V*'1 •J*í ft? .¿- i «.# $11 ,jr ■ *>■* al k'.<B Oí • - ü M ¿1 '*'4 •* ti(awi T#io>«^idal« mwrfUÜíllffJIfcu il Ihi iiWjW* |"I!IVI/S rtg ti'. } *fül |ltr >U ®¡JV S.; i ^KÍXNÜY, bt - :b ->. J íettjgiVoi¿^^«^MLWlro4^v"¿sylúm for the Blind. buthlilti |Mii4 'W I' "V . >—— i-', iü (•¡si o«8 of tlió, XbV BiiBorhitó^rónt Of'Üió ínstitu- )ill|u4,'l^xA^JióUl imjon for tbo Blind boa lamed tbe ÁysWft, f kxáuv jrtly Ldth> Í87Í. Deau Sin:—TriUting that you feci liig gently ilion wOVó appointed a poirt ■taiyoo to «mbody thO views of tbe'i^^fhfo^iíri"bohiif'or'tiii nñ- aid n n"1 ?"1t,'.nMgttri IttUibni/ibavo token«beliberty í!«!¿ a I1 ^T- .I follow,',« K*n* •>< ¡.Veiling you this riratitfc tlemón wtiro appointed a committee, io-wit: tnoeting in n report and resolu tion, to fyrtun4to blind i ydurcobnty to bo aubmUMil to «« adjoiirned meóMU* ¡„ procuring information in ing to assepvU *wt tho iiJtli inst., ntL x . .. ... Col. John M¡ Crockett, chairman.; AV. Jj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 July 1871

V'. J «stHgtr rgrntTkiMmmi'i—*" J A* r _.'f* r- r'r M o C I X K 15 Y : SATURDAY, July 29,1871. fciw TERMS. ene year fix month* Vivo opto, on« y«ar Ten «soples, ons yew..-.. i And one to tho getter up of HX «I ■ % \ nates ef idrertUiar. • On' vywreoif ten lines or 1<M*. ¿1 Mf4Ub ftwt Insertion, aad 75 oeuts «*<feintdlt!oaul insertion. >5 . ft 00 .. 15 00 the club. ' says: DOMKxTiO. ■ All I ho mail contract It is naiil thut Prosídont Grant will liuex leading bonoe have •tart to California about tho iniddio Bpeciul m*ivl agent is lie ,.r i. "K lo '"uke specie! «O"* of i ex ra lib. . people art« ineoftvonieiiced.i Akermnn lustrad* District Altor- 1 ronn-m i"** noy* to mako extraordinary oxertion ... ' . In exeMtiuu of ll/o Kulílux bill A dispatch from the oit >vh«never they Uar.-vf ««trago*.—*oy* that tho Battapelio They «hall pr-cure warrants from the Chihuahua aro yielding f| Federal Commit sioifers l'< aktv^pa^ 0no Imil0 y¡0|di, fifty ft RO for U#t Hrtuurc. íl insertio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 29 July 1871

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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 — 29 July 1871

r* . fortuna most Invor* iboio T - ^f ludiffttrent cm fortuno. , fi«|lI§Kd. Ci'- MtCliutauk suyn: " UUu ¡jroat firm If. In Ai 111* mnn In iillrnv n'tii* moiitnl - rx ► Two happy young ludlec, With tin- in tliHr cji'i, Contended one day vft'or $ nioM singular pri/«, 'Twim tubulinuvurd ¿Oí -¡orne Judge in (heland, A* to which of them h.-i'l The most bntutlful hand. indicates a refliiod nature. Ilia Jlhlcr W * www sonfflit, And un ritidily found; Mid the fidr one* nt once, Oumt; lliioh lo the ground, W.ith a paii* of siirh bunds As would puz/.le ¡i saint, (V tempt ii Morillo ..To modi^ui' pidnU 4. Ti>c: judge would Imve takon, One hand tu h|m*elf; Hiii alas, for lii.i years, /le was long 0:1 tlx- ••ii' If: "So he stroked his'white beard, Ah if pulllngji 1HI. HI/ bruins to assist liltn, i' [j jtfllUt.W. His doubt to di,-pet. Ar.d 'lie brain iind tho bi ard Itrlnj^thllH pill tOgetl.i.T, The balance of u isijotn Wiih sfrtdghtWiiy restored, And his lip"#jml e the truth, Without favor or...

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