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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 March 1872

tttnrg í • «i. ' ' YOL. 16. M° KINNEY, COLLIN COÜNTÍ, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MiiRCH 16, 1872. NO. 41. FUÜi'li UKKMÜUN Wholesale & Retail Druggists, CORNER OF FRONT ROW, NcHIXXCY, TEXAS, Olfurto l'liyslclans autl the trade a very Ini'gü and well assorted stock of l>ru<rs, CliunilenU and Patent Medicine , I'alnts, Oils and Dye Stuffs, Coal Oil, fineI.lqnora. Hooks, Stationery and notions, Surjrlcal lustrmrents, Mecflcal Bajfs, &•). Ac., and respectfully solicit a sliare of the public patronage. Pi-uscrlptlons accurately tilled lit all hours. vol. 15 n43 ly. BONHAM EttoliUtbed iu 1SS5. GALBRA1TM db FLETCUER, ^ Proprietor*. 1; Fceilnff griHeful to tho people for tliclr liberal patronage heretofore, they take ilciisuro now iu announcing that thev will jiave ready the coming lull and winter for market (grown at their nursery in flonham,) the following trees, Ac., allot' which are Insured to be of (he best quality, and just whatthey are represente to lie in our De- scriptive List a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 March 1872

m' W K * m H He -v. n *v K fN NEY : SATURDAY, Kirch 16, 1872. TÍ e Méisengor Is an Official Journal of the Cta Educational District. On'frMpy, oh# year.... $2 00- • ♦. HÍX. ttOlltlM.. l«'Jve fioptefr,' one year.. X 9 00 Ton coplea, jQM yf-ur >•"••••, ^ J*®, An<l one 40-thu getter up of the club. ——*neiufrr Joúrar L. LoVkJOY, Esq. Denton, Tax. JadguA; H. HttVAXi. ky.^ouu, ♦ S. H, Jonjís, KW|. pulUy, ¡mí Oitípt. J. It. Russiii.i,, BOtilínm, " Col. J. P. Dumas, MotOrove; 14 , OiUJt. tí. OíM'V.KIUVElt, Pilot.P'llltt' J J*o. A. 1U«U*. k*'!; Clurksville,'' I'lD. OlWBf>Vit4, Rwj<4 tll'iil StA^fLKV COOI'KII, JaeUslHH'O * AA.Oi, WtobaUOU. ISWl-'V'V^ ir0n¡. K. W. Ciueuhsi mt, üi'lraneW. III. Kip* Greenbacks rcceivid at par at the Messenger Office for subscrip- tion, advertising and jab work. Ilute of A lvc*-ilft<u(f. Oiio g'iii|iKp of ten lince ¡ir luso, ?1 f>0 lor the m-st Insertion, mid 7*> cent for puclt additional Insertion. illft C^'VlOllS.##* •••••••• $ n oo. 7 50 N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 March 1872

¥ Sift?/ H csscnjcr. MlMa m EDUCATIONAL ¡HP M Gítioe of Superv'sh or Education, V ■' ■ • "■ 6xu EdvBAI'I. D|3T, O*!****. \ Local aftd Fppciii!. ! Honey Grove, March9th, 1Ó72. \*k~tzgb. Teachers aro requested tobe prompt > *57" Mr. A. G. StaLnaghtaoar trar. ln making tbeif monthly reports, aa •hng «geat, and receipts given by . c- n pay until the ro- lum for subscription, jo# work or ad- ■> . . 1 * . vortfoing will bo recognized at ibis Ports reach Austin. offiue. v* In making quarterly reports teach —rr— T r—:— .' «P Will be particular to erase the Messrs, Bonge & Harris are offer: ^ ¿n ^ ánd 4th of ing tho highest market price.tor wool, Teachor8 Quartorly Report.: They ¿««m houston to oal payable in specie or goods, as the 6ollor mny prefer. It will be seen from the advertise- ment in another column that Mrs. H. Biickner will open a school for orna- mental ajid fancy work at her insti- tute in Paris, Lamar county, on the 17th of next June. A gentleman iu gce whoso judgmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 16 March 1872

THE BIDDEN TALENT. In a napkin smooth and white, Hidden from all mortal tight, My one talent lies to-nigh. Mine to hoard, or mine to use; Mine to keep, or mine to lote) May ^oot do what I choose t Ah I the gift was only lent, With (he Giver's own intent That it should be wisely spent. And I know be wilt demand Every farthing at my band, When 1 in bis preseuee stand. What will bo my grief andsbame, When I bear my humble name, And cannot repay Bis claim! One poor talent—nothing more I All tho years that have gone o'er Have not added to the store. Some will double what they bold, Others add to it ten-fold, And pay back the shining gold. Would that I had toiled like tbem I All my slotb I now condemn ; tiuilty fears my soul o'erwbelm. Lord, oh teach me what to do! Make mo faithful, mako mo true, And the saorod trust renew. Help me, ere too late it be, Hometbing yet to do for Tlieo, Thou wbo bast done all for mo. Statistics of Europe. Europe bad fifty-six Slates before the Ituliun war, wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 April 1872

; r* ' •v'' # ' .f YOL. 16. M° KINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, . FUOTE S HlillHUUN Wholesale & IJeinil Dritsslsls, OOUXEU OP F1ÍONT 110 W, SIcKISSKl, ..TEXAS) OHVt to Pliyslciaus will tlic trade u very largo ilml well assorted Block bf Drills, Chemicals mid PtUeut JIcdk-tticH, 1'iiints, Oils mid Dvo Htull's, Oonl Ott«flneMquore, .Books, Btatlonoiy and notions, Surgical Instruments, Medical Dags, &«. Ac., and respectfully solicit tv éparü f the public pntromijíé. PrfisorlptlQ accurately filled utall lioursj . vdl. 14«42ly. BONHAM Established in 1865. (ÍALBRA1TJI& FLETCliEJt, ' * Í • Reeling grateful to tho people for theft liberal patronage heretofore, tliey take treasure now Iu announcing that tlicv will liiivc ready the coming fall and winter lor market (grown at their nursery in Jlun/iam,) tho following trees, «Sc., all of which are Insured to he of the best quality, and Just what they are represented to be in onrDe- seriptlvo List and Catalogue for lsi'0, to- 300,000 (Osago Or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 April 1872

4 % mm :x. IH l AH. Kd«or. ;•—1 ~"T. L*> P*-' >■. pL/ ■ kit*** ■ I M o K I N N E Y : t ATURDAY, April 20, 1872. TPhi Messenger Is to Official Journal of tbe Otn Educational District. — - — — — TJCttMH. «no year. . •• «IX IllOlltbs ••«•••••I Five copies, oiio year. Ten ooolus, OIIO yeiir.... And otic to llio getter uj. of llio club. ***** | Ü 00 1 ¿H 0 00 15 00 Town, JoiixL. Lovhjoy, Ksq. Denton, Judge A. M. BitvAHT.Ky fl. 8. .Tojjkh, K*q. palla . ;; Omit. J. H. Ituwm.1.. Konliuni, ) Tex. Clint. ü. COPKXIIAVKB, JNO. A. AaoUV, ««]. Kn. dtiih. x«. *W|. 1 nrls Í: . Pilot Point'4 Ollll'ksvlllo,'4 11 ^Tani.hV OoOrfctt, TS q. .Timksbore " Stohmhih-. Kmj. llo"''vprove. OiitoiiksrKii, JJriiiiiM'lu. 111. "tó* Grccnbitiki received at pen at the Mtttcngtr Office for subscrip- ' adoeftisinj and.job worh Bate vf Advcrii im> Olio tmuaro of ten lliicwt or lo**, $1 tlio tlrst insertion, una 75 cents '{be Nation's Corse. Tbo following pointed nnd truthful articlo, which wo clip from a Into 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 April 1872

1 ■J 1 ,«.J C|t Messenger. • ■ ■■ with at least a few choice fruit ind ornamental treos. , Gold closod in New York till iho Í5ih at 110 7-8 j cotton (middling , Texas) 24 1-8, ■ Mr. A. G. Stobaughi9our trav- . i.. • • *. . i eling agent, and receipts givon by "«P ™™ shoüld remember tbo him for subscription, job work or ad- ®e#Ung lit the oourt house nest Bat- vertising will bo recognised at this urduy (27tb.) It ii hoped that one °®co* or two Republican sponsors from dlX iSSSfflKBS" cleaning nci«bboriue oouuiios will find it coi , fcviiidows, piiiiit. knives and polishliitf tin, •" • - 'trass and at' metala, use Enoch Morpin'i Hons' Sitpollo. It is cheaper mid better Local and Special. voiiiotit to attend. Republican Convention. than soap. Got It IVoui your grocer, or at 811 Washington street, N. Y. 38 5ta{ GO AND SEEK . The now stock of goods just ro Young ludios froto timo iinmi rial havo fought ag&inst tbo word "obey" ih tbo Épisoop&l marriage service. Tbo last war of man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 20 April 1872

A Faithful Spaniel. All great things nro done by littlo. Atoms make worlds. Tho greatest fortunes consist of far things. Llfo 4 To gain u law suit, a los 1 is to acquire a lien and lot-e a cow !— Chinese Proverb ; When a intuí has no dosign but to speak plui'.i truth, ho may suy ft greal deal in u very narrow compara. Mo that give.4 good advice, builds with one hand ; he that gives good eouiiFcl and example builds al.-o with the other; but he that gives good admonition and bad example, builds with uno hand and pulls down with the other.—Bacon. ♦— It is always in our power to make a friend by tinilos^ what a lolly, then, to make an enemy by frowns. ♦ ——-—- Oil! Ilio blessings of u homo where old and young mix kindly—the young unawed, the old unchlllcd, in unre' served communion. To build u chiinnoy eo that it will not smoko, tho cliiof point is to muke the throat oí' tho chimney not Ions than four incl.cs hroud and twcKo lon^; then tho chimnoy should bo abruptly enlarged to doublo th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 8 June 1872

Jl. i.,'-,'- yol. 17. ÍRNDON poetry " • -i'— |wri'>ii^m.n -i .1 s¡ír «•< c ■ 7^> v i'1' Tjí(iól .V,i ton1 m'kinney, collin county, texas, saturday, jti ■fm m w. \ Wkalewto ft Retail Druggists, , tiMNKIt OF FRONT ROW, M¿KINNEY, TEXAS, Olfcr to Physic inns mid the trade M rtty Jarge and well assorted stock of Drujn, '¿heuilcals and Patent Medlcluos. Paints, "jl« and Dye Stuffs, Coal 0)1. tino Liquors, >, SUtioiwry <utd notions, Surgical uirents, Medical Baps, <i. An. f and ¡ctfully solicit a share of the. jubilo off. 1 reicr',)"on* nc°ur*tu|y vol. IS n42 ly. & - * < bonham vv r- ■••• ■ ' jk « . V.—-«, i | Bitauuhta tn ises. WtBtiAlTXA FLÉTCHER, 1 WTOthV'people fyr .their W ÍWetoí'ore, thoy take mnnunctngthat tliev Sylll are nst K^jettn, liberal rial dcasure now in announcing <hiit tlicv \vili (lave ready the comiffg full and winter for iMl'kct (grown ai tktir húrthy in JiunAami¿ the following trees, &c,>'¿Hof wlileh a Insured to be of tho best nlwHty...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 8 June 1872

Xx , \ ■*#;? * News Notes, ** . M o IDAY, J«1 SATUKD T< ' J 18, 1872. Xs M il ill sopn proweai fourteen th in the Vho Herd igs tor viol -. 44 death, «aye: amendment/ — L'EllM . year...., mouths. Andow-ft><tie Ijeiffr _ ^^Sfthe'A. u 'T- it cn Official Jonrna! •*c®Ptft8ftinstl?or-on#,*,to,ud4dfrom t ! eM£*. # : - The Springfield, "Mom., papier mecho works wore destroyed -by fire on Ifee morning of the 28tji. The loss is es- timated at 170,000. The fire is sap posed to be the work of an incen< diary.' 1 ' A Special dfepatebes from VereaUli# and othevfiolnts (Missouri, received in St. Tioais oajfc 28th, say that a terrible torAadO^psked over Alargan county tbe preceding Saturday even- ing. On the farms oT Avery Fisher and others, bouse , tarns orchards, fences, etc., were completely destroy- ed. Jacob Bloseer and his child wcro m$u Douteii, .Town, " ' " II •• '*-4 - •: • HIllAnli 1 , Mini itossaw, Baulialn, «WW. P «^r ^SSgL . Jáélréborol" • Gvrtve. .CUKWKHi Blliuflulll, III....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 8 June 1872

' '1Í& V¡w T Pf *5 % 'i «L ¡ gÚgj'J!, ÍT® mHeñ '*■ •Jtfr 9> " 7 * 4 X <i i i ■: i. í i án<TSpccialr^ </ KypM . IfT Mr. A. G- Stobangbía our trav «Hng agén*, ánd réMlpis given by bita for aúbseriiHión, job,work or ad- vertising Will bo recognized' At this A TRIAL TRIP. fconr Heaths for Twwfrfir Cents The Hoc , — day récoiirod The RopubJiqm Stato Convention known lawyer in at llonetou/ürt week was the Jp/gest sing a check for delegate JJouvoation over h«ld in Ot o of my cor Texas. fiver 400 delegates wero izod citiren of •aid tp^be in attendance. Among returnod the members were many of the oíd baa din and «taunoh Unionista °* * ^ w® Gotera me tilth* oldest residents of the Ule. Among th« prominent men whom we were glad toseenetivo J vigilant srns Judge James H. Boll, 8% t nativo Taaan, wbo in 1881 wrote the ablest address in tbO South and-do- Par tnwi nf.v fltfn nfint* rnn rutn wet On ÜV^ríd one Of the ablest speeohcs .«cession, tb« only ¿amber the Supreme Conrt of Tox...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 8 June 1872

Á v, f, la lilNtioatte Spirit V« sometimes meet «vlth men who seem to think tliat any indulgence in sffectiun&te feelings Us weakness. They will rclorn from a journey and greet their families with a distant dignity, ond more amone their chil- dren with the cold and lofty splendor of to iceberg, eurrouudeu with its broken fragments. There is hardly S more unnatural sight On earth tlian one of those families without hearts. .A father had better extinguish his son's eyes than talco away 1 ím heart. Who that his experienced the joys of -friendship, and Knows the worth of afleotlon, would not rather loso all that is beautiful in nature's scenery, than be robbed of the hidden treás ures of his .heart? Who would noi rather bury his wifo than to bury til.- lovéfbr her? Who would not rntliei follow his child to tho grave than entomb his parental affection ? Cher ish theit, your best nffections. In- •dulge in the warm emotions of filial, parental, fraternal love. Think it not a weakness. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 17 August 1872

Ém * 19K. £'-:- V i' ÍWmi w.¡ I i ty If K' * '^'¿'.+-- t> * - , - L. 17. ", . '.- . . Mc KINNEY, C< W. CAMERON. Suml Mill Ianiun MOKDMIT, Oouu 00 , TBUI. idon given to buying pajrlug- taxes, rwdeomlni ild Iter taxes, and Investigation ol title*, «•;: also the collections of deb •ad lift mm Are Inaurauee ¿geaolae 3 Throckmorton, Brown B. F. Brown, Jenkins & Goodner, Col. Thos. Murray Jordan O. Strait] I. D. Newsome O. A. Foote. ( R. I>. Allien, . Joseph Bledsoe, Sherman. Texas. "Ion. W. U. Andrews, Judge 11th Dis 0:nft:13ms. There is no death t The dust w treed 'n®JJ2" 8RUIehanx« benestii the stiitnii«rBhow«r*, ' £*#.} TO fiiMea grain or mello -fruity - t^-foigbuw tfhted fieweraar'"- • >- we BAKKSKS amd There Wj And bvars our he^t loved thii And then we call them di McKinner, Texas. Transact a general Banking Business, and will par particular attention to the Collec-. tion of Claims in all accessible parts oí Texas. Refer to ~«P* «all, HtJTOHiifOS A co., Galveston, Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 17 August 1872

V SE „é k * . ¡flgE i t &|jt HJItsstngcr. JAMES. W. THOMAS, Editor and Pbopriktor. Another Charge Disposed of. Tlie (''releyites Imve been nnuhl* lo MIIMlUÚl A single ehulgO IttiHütl agaílIHl the A <t n>i titHi rial ion ot Gmerul (•runt. They have long sinej abandoned llie ■ iiein|ti l<> prove what they know MJKINVBY ... August 17, 1872. 1'wMNk or kHUHURICTION. On** copy, exitted. Tlioir policy now pnal tho slanders which they in vented, and in keep repealing in Ibc vhin liopo ihui mime will hear unü be heve Hie charces who may never lien tho truth. They underrate the ¡ule ligeneu « r llie American people, •ssamsm— u.i. j.. ■ Meys Notes. . The Republicans of the Tbirj triet met in convention uf H on the 6th inst., and nomina J. Evens,' of. neo, for Coin re Tbo noiniimlion íh ii good on*. Mr. nvan* in a «<>und Republican ai ihle débalor. O, O'. Gillespii lominated for Presidential oléete one year $3 00 " six mouths - I 23 Vive copie , one y«*ur 0 no Ten eaple*. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 17 August 1872

X €\t Messenger, Locxf and Special 10. We are requested to snv Unit Mr. It. C. Horn, of the Christian Church, will preach at this place every ¡¡tul Sunday, ar 11, a. in. Ws KNOW I lint for cleaning pulnt, window , cli Mtnii glisawurs; f r yoüsli'njf knives, tin, iimii brinK am£ui>|ier trnrvo, un J lor removing Main freiii itui'JK «nil porcelain, and in I finiu iiim «hinerr, KtWell Mur^u's ¿oil's S.i| oho is tli bset tiling i if une. 141. A Perilous Season. Glorious and ilnlljflitful sis the summer weather Is. it* tropical limit i< h severe trial to the vital power*. Even the strongest are ■oinuflraea prostrated by It* effect*. Fight With In The omntn hi phrase applied to till* coiull- tion of the body Is ceneiMl debility. Now. general «lability arises tVom and Includes a Yarletv if ailment*. „ -The liver Is more or le«s affecteii; the bowels are eltlier consti- pated or too tundí-relaxed.'the stomach tilt half perform* the work of indention, tiie appetite IsApoor. ami the spir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 17 August 1872

*4 Killed ta' Editorial Oonrteaj. Proposed Chingo ta tbe Ooutltution PROCLAMATION b? TUB OOVEBSOt. To all to whom these presenta (hall coop: Wuthear, By a joint resolution o> tbe Twelfth Leginluture of tbe Si ate by Dr. tmh ""ES***. _ I From an address on ."The Weekly Nacoodochu, July tO, 1672. Newspaper," delivered belore the edi- Sbitom Unió .—The tablee bare tori and publiabere of the Slate of •*n J®¡*( «JíJVft' ori.f ISSTZ K*w York al lt>eir last con ven lion, oil oAft com# to grief. On loo , . . « •. , «w i<*vsi«n uvksoshihsv «#• «w wiss « l«tb inet. three men were killed at ««hange makes tbe following e«- of Mliy 17tb| 1871i it Mount Enterprise, in Busk county, tract, which we commend to tbe edi- wax resolved, " that section six, by Dr. B. W. Ilaroh, of thatploce. torial fraternity genorally : article ten of tbe Constitution of I be "Ibe editors of this country and State of Texas be eo amended at especially country editor* have not boreafior to read and be as follows:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1872

it* m ,m . eífto* ti ■ •í'ci \vt> ¡M&! ¡vJfesM WWUSW. .W'JiVf.?: V'.'i ÍKl W- > YOL. 17. ATKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, W? i fc#¡¡ WW* «sIM,. J ,rt«c "" t POETRY. Lfve for 8omethiog. Live for sometldag; be not Idle- Look stent thee for employ; 8ft not down to úseles dreaming— Labor is the sweetest Joy. Folded hands are ever weary, Selfish heart* are never gay, Lifts for thee has many duties— Activo be, then, while yon may. i. . .í j 3 v ' -' 1 ' Scatter blessingslu thy pathway! -■ Gentle" words and cheering smiles Better ore tlutn gold and silver, With their grief-dispelling wiles. > As tlie pluusaut sunshine fiklleth Ever on the grateful earth, So list sympathy and Rlndneiss ' Gladden wcli the darkened hearth.• Hearts that are oppressed and weary, Drop the tear of sympathy v Whisper word* of hope and comfcrf, Give, atad thy "reward shall be Jby unto thy soul 'returning ' From this perfect fountaln-licad} Frfeély, as thou freely givest, Shall the grateful light be shed. Unhap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1872

I vV I ; P $-1 1/ i 4 I. Cbt Ulcssfiigfr. Jodga Sr&ns la (hlrwtoo. to aottle the referonce lo McJCISNEY ... .J 9 JIARCI Hf. glomm |K inJsblaAxo tha-itaily Nov Will any i vlOtfa, for the .following report rip bo • ' •W.W. -WOh M> JM I. ¿SÍÍ&ljy .delivered in Calvsetoa *n knstfooUortfa Tiiior «oaioaiprio* i night of the 9tbt ,In opening, Judge Evans mn ora of Congresi with amendments. I Democratic prtn- entrust ibia eon- aoo Groelejvor bad by .the laws of e«UblUboi by tbe *«■ one Fire Teifi ...... . . S3 00 1 2R ▼wi luunlH ■year.. ne yjnr jumi tbe claimed|®o® Ur tbal although ho bu<l not spoken be- fora-in Galveston, mill -be vu well enough known to be credited witb "ta*1 * Fathers 1 You muy nay that or- ' "sincerity io eyery position whiob.bo 'had held. And he argued that ibero but fouf year , and may (hen ariso |n whiult tire club «"«'" -fgued that lüerojpby of Horace Greeley will le wna no fonndation tor the charges , in defentfaof true may. ident raft ley i* tbThs 3u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1872

i / Motil. ttm „ y 4 lio Int pd tu ,'wiStl" , preaoli at tilla pUóe.aycr/ ¿na Sunday, at Hca íi,*. in. • MMUtfOhrcltfityt C¡(l mnr! New ío^tóti is* relli tho summer cents nt Sun Amonio. , ti severe irlal i tho strongest | A caiivtutfft (%{£ be s JuUi- , milis méMBO . I TíI ,S* th iiA Mnr * lo !...4.1.111 •I* >t *« ffwE na irif-snarvafor itiMrci>V!'r^wikrvii marU* mid purceiuia r, tiaoch Murgiu boat thing in u*« ranehaa of til Qoeernnmm lyaxwrtfacui W ftp- Fonrtb. ar. ■4¿í>g aít*«r?M$ íltkviU • V) «* >,«!!' 4 R '1 «0' t l-MÍ. fltif . • i> ■■•i.ifí'jJ L.l* MM ard of throe mfájSSmm 15 1-2 ibo nation Justly, impartial rmly. , Y / / '! jf ' ) Sixth. Se naa extendod the «I* ^í«,fioreiwmo t to A citizons Ht home and abroad Sum |¿rtHOh«ftf h d&lroibpfbmflteTVun out the South,vaft<í. h ■lit Ilk by it effects, to thin condl- i Kllll'M Mlity. Now, ty, tm X m and Includes ft . liver Is more or Joc*• re cither consti- the stomach k of digestlou, the spirits tie- Wl .*^*1"4y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The McKinney Messenger — 14 September 1872

'J ¡:f f O N ' i I I! [ v ■■■ ••5M ^ iNatlaaal RfMMIcM rtmtfem TheHary DairUHDikwnMlTtd later news frota Cafe Hall, vi Co- GrHolui The despatches in di> tod off Taesak,UÜtu<^'78 dogma 6 tmapM*,, W.lonaiuide. 58 degrees 6 miaatea, Aug. 24th, 1871. Ido dee- patebee woro returned by native pi- lots, oOd «roro detained noor o year at Drfcoo, onljr MoUngtko Ameri- can Miniator at Copenhagen July 80. TbooaUro eompaay on board ibo rolaría, ofloora, crew, aoiontifio oorpa and aaoo, woro in good boaltb and spirits, the Ma-going qeallUee of Uto •nip, oagiaoa, maMinary.oto., in good orqor. and tho aapply of provisToas, roaio, ooal.aU., abandant for tho long Arctic night before them. Gofaraor El berg, of Dpper Maviek, had aooompanied Capt. Hall aa far aa T*esab,the extreme northern limit of Danish jarisdletion, and rendered the moeft assidaoas attentions. A foil ooMpldteoat of Esquimaax, and over sixty strong healthy anímala had been proenred, with the neceeaary aopply of dog food; ho ala...

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