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McKinney Messenger.


February 28, 1868, Vol. 13, No. 1.
Jas. W. Thomas, Editor.



ADVERTISERS:

To the Ladies we would say that our stock of ladies dress goods is unsurpassed...I. D. NEWSOME & Co.

FOOTE & HERNDON, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner of Front Row, McKinney, Texas.

All Kinds of Lumber! And 500,000 Feet Pine Lumber. Bacon, Flour and Corn, taken in exchange at market prices. STANLEY & Bro.

Wanted. Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Tallow, Cotton, Wool, Socks, Jeans, Dry Fruits, Pecans. W. B. LOGAN.

G. W. CAMERON, General Land and Insurance Agent. McKinney, Collin Co., Texas.

Full Lines of Dry Goods, Dress Goods; Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Glass and Queensware all New, Desirable, and Cheap Give us a call. MURRAY & McKINNEY.

J. M. BENGE and N. C. HARRIS respectfully call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their large stock of staple and fancy dry goods.

I. D. NEWSOME & Co. South Side Public Square. Fall and Winter Goods!

Bakers and Confectioners. WALKER & Co., North Side Public Square.

T. H. EMERSON & Co., Bankers and Dealers in Exchange.

W. L. BOYD, McKinney, Tex. Agent for Hall’s Safe and Lock Company.

G. M. WATTS & Isaac SCALF announce that they have started their Mill and will grind corn...

Removal of B. W. RHINE into his new Brick Store. South-East Corner Public Square.

Here now. I am just receiving and opening my new stock of new goods. W. B. LOGAN.

Stop that cough. Are you aware that cough which you are neglecting may result in fatal consumption if some prompt remedy is not used? Why sacrifice your life, when your disease can be cured? Do not Delay, Call at once. Z. E. RANNEY’s, druggist.

J. B. JENKINS and T. C. GOODNER, Attorneys and Counsellors At law.

W. H. ANDREWS and J. L. GRAY, Attorneys at Law, McKinney.

Fresh Arrivals - spring stock of new goods, drugs and patent medicines for sale by HOWELL & ESTES.

J. S. STOVALL Saddle & Harness Shop.

Executor’s Notice.
The undersigned having.... received letters as Executor of the estate of D. M. CRUTCHFIELD, deceased... notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate.... S. BOWLBY, Executor.

To the Sheriff of Collin County...
You are hereby commanded that you summon by publication Andrew J. LANGHAM, a non-resident of the State of Texas to be and appear before the District Court to .....to answer the petition of Frances LANGHAM filed in said Court against the said Andrew J. LANGHAM and alleging.... that said defendant without the slightest provocation abandoned her in said county, leaving her utterly destitute of support and protection.... [Signed] R. M. RUDOLPH, Clerk. To the Sheriff of Collin County...
Whereas oath having been made beforesaid, that the residence of E. R. MYRICK is unknown, you are hereby commanded to summon by publication... to answer to Jas M. GRAVES in a plea of debt due by note, not exceeding one hundred dollars... [Signed] Jesse COFFEY, J.P.]

Toll Bridge.
Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Collin county, that the first year of my Bridge expires on the 1st day of January, 1868 and the Books will be open until the 1st day of February, for all persons who wish to take the privilege of the Bridge for 1868 [sic]. The following rates will be charged: For man & horse, by the year (specified)....50
For each wagon with horse or mule team.....$2.00
For each wagon with ox team...$2.00
Families, 50 cents for each member over ten years of age.....
The money must be paid to Mr. John HOUSE at the bridge. [Signed] Jas. FARIS.


COLLIN COUNTY ESTRAYS.

Taken up by S. D. HATLER and estrayed before Jesse COLLEY, J. P., one deep bay mare...

Taken up by Joseph RUSSELL and estrayed before W. H. BLATACK, J. P., one white and red speckled work ox...

Taken up by W. R. SHORT, and estrayed before A. J. TAYLOR, J. P., one red stag...

Taken up by T. B. WILLIAMS, and estrayed before Jesse COFFEY, J. P., one black pony mare...


McKinney Messenger.


November 13, 1868, Vol. 13, No. 35.
Jas. W. Thomas, Editor.


ADVERTISERS:

To the Ladies we would say that our stock of ladies dress goods is unsurpassed...I. D. NEWSOME & Co.

FOOTE & HERNDON, Wholesale and Retail Druggists, Corner of Front Row, McKinney, Texas.

All Kinds of Lumber! And 500,000 Feet Pine Lumber. Bacon, Flour and Corn, taken in exchange at market prices. STANLEY & Bro.

Wanted. Meal, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Butter, Eggs, Chickens, Tallow, Cotton, Wool, Socks, Jeans, Dry Fruits, Pecans. W. B. LOGAN.

G. W. CAMERON, General Land and Insurance Agent. McKinney, Collin Co., Texas.

Full Lines of Dry Goods, Dress Goods; Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Glass and Queensware all New, Desirable, and Cheap Give us a call. MURRAY & McKINNEY.

J. M. BENGE and N. C. HARRIS respectfully call the attention of their friends and the public generally to their large stock of staple and fancy dry goods.

I. D. NEWSOME & Co. South Side Public Square. Fall and Winter Goods!

Bakers and Confectioners. WALKER & Co., North Side Public Square.

T. H. EMERSON & Co., Bankers and Dealers in Exchange.

W. L. BOYD, McKinney, Tex. Agent for Hall’s Safe and Lock Company.

G. M. WATTS & Isaac SCALF announce that they have started their Mill and will grind corn...

Removal of B. W. RHINE into his new Brick Store. South-East Corner Public Square.

Here now. I am just receiving and opening my new stock of new goods. W. B. LOGAN.

Stop that cough. Are you aware that cough which you are neglecting may result in fatal consumption if some prompt remedy is not used? Why sacrifice your life, when your disease can be cured? Do not Delay, Call at once. Z. E. RANNEY’s, druggist.

J. B. JENKINS and T. C. GOODNER, Attorneys and Counsellors At law.

W. H. ANDREWS and J. L. GRAY, Attorneys at Law, McKinney.

Fresh Arrivals - spring stock of new goods, drugs and patent medicines for sale by HOWELL & ESTES.

J. S. STOVALL Saddle & Harness Shop.

Married.
On Thursday evening, 12th inst. at the residence of Alfred CHANDLER, by Rev. R. M. RUDOLPH, Mr. H. L. MURRY and Miss Azelia E. SEARCY all of this county.

ITEMS.

Gen. CANBY succeeds General REYNOLDS in the command of this District. The latter will retain command of his regiment at Austin.

McKinney Prices Current. Seamless bags .60 Brown sugar / pound .20 Coffee, choice Rio /pound .25 Nails / keg 2.00 Painted buckets each .40 Salt, Liverpool per sack 7.50 Weeding hoes each .50 Horse collars 1.00 Collins’ axes 2.00 Bacon per pound .15 Corn per bushel .25 Butter per pound .10 Rifle powder per pound .75 Glass 8 x 10 per dozen 1.50 Glass 10 x 12 per dozen 2.25 Chickens per dozen 1.50 Cotton plaids and checks per yard .25 Blue denims per yard .25 Coal oil per gallon 1.25 Lard oil per gallon 2.00

NOTICE.
Salathial COFFEY, having filed his final account as Administrator of the Estate of R. C. COFFEY, dec’d showing the settlement and distribution of said Estate and asking to be discharged as such Administrator. This is to notify all persons interested in said Estate that at the November Term 1868, of the Probate Court of Collin county.... [Signed] G. W. PATTERSON.

COLLIN COUNTY ESTRAYS.

Taken up by Wm. McCREARY, and estrayed before E. B. DISHMAN, J. P., three work oxen....

Taken up by J. W. JAMISON and estrayed before Esq. NAUGLE, one brown mare.... also one brown filly.... also one dark brown horse...

Taken up by Martin STELZER and estrayed before A. P. ROBERTSON, Esq., one sorrel horse mule.... Taken up by W. J. ROBERTS, and estrayed before A. T. ROBERTSON, Esq., one bay mare...

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