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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
fl k íqh %f® m Vol. tn. WACO, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBEB i«, 1874. 'i ' ni i iiiiilijae Figures and Facts.—The column ot Oü'r paper ore twenty Inches in length; wo publish, now, In the KxamNER an patb(fif, sixty columns eaohjweek—con. sequently each paper has a column o 1 matter, the width of ours, one hundred feet in length. In one year, (Alty-two numbers) this would aggregate a column 1788yards and two feet in length; or one Willi, laoking 38 yards and two feet. To get this matter up, it costs us, each week, not less than two hundred and fifty dollars, counting cost of paper and all, and requires the constant services of twelve or fifteen skilled and eduoated men. Now, divido «2 00 (the price of our paper) by 5 , (the number of papers you get for your money) and you will see that each one of our subscribers get the ben- efit, far less than four ccnti, of what costs ■us not less than t/wo hundred andI fifty dol- lars !! And yet some people grumble at the price of newspapers, and are un...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
Examiner and P w. DOW •f WW. Down ./ * *"Sf " . '«kfj'Or J< . .'AtSM H ... , . " k N«ry '■'•*- l .ent nub- low strict iy >u prompt or other- fdrop their Jig that wo kngly do. 5CTOBER 10 tansns, is nbout Kus. lie selects f 0 trjLiBt a rcsi aosplicrd of our wis Jty, will not prove Foral health of the dis- pleased yesterday to '"thellume (Uu.) Courier, Tri-Weekly on our cx- itli great satisfaction. Tlie ound Democratic paper, und fenviable influence in Georgia i.rslmll News does not propose to lie #12 subscription tax levied upon Its Galveston namesake. The late iilar innovation of the Galveston News lifts won many enemies, and no friends for that journal. For startling business or political situations, it is vastly «iliead of any other institution on the sunset .Mide of the Mississippi. Radicalism in the First District is be- wildered under the ponderous Wows «truck by j the peerless Reagan, who is conducting the campaign in a tnit^Brl way. Ho grapples with the constltudviii fea...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
XAMINFP AND PATRON *"" ■ 1 1 ..■■■■■ Huntttiuii at Nlwrdluto Oranges n óeirin* this paper, but Dot harlng nk- eorlbel, wlll pISie send the )<**«£* sum and address. and also the number and bum of the Orange^ 1 Looal Intellifcenoe. FRID1Y.. .".....OCTOBER • The rlt or U slowly receding. Bee notloe of town lota on 4tbftreeta tot sale. * j Servicer) at the Methodiat ohurch again to-night; preaching hjr Dr. Connor. Mabrikd.—MALONKY—8MYBR—By JWv. J. HF. Hlohey, on the 8th pot, 1874, , M. A.Moloney to Miss Julia Smyer; «11 of McLennan oounty, Texas. James Hañie, who was arrested for per- uana ting o.n officer, and in thai character, endeavoring to collect tax from a fruit vendor, wot tried before Justice Massey, and fined 180. ^ On Wednesray, Charlie Johnson alias Love, was examined before Justice Mm- #ey, charged with breaking lato Straw's store, a week or so since, and commit] ted. to await trial, in default of 8600 bail. We congratulate Mr. H. C. Fallon, tha tardware man, upon the ac...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
■■■ ■ ' Ixaminer and£Fatron, Ojn.AN pK TII1C TUXAH STATE «BANOK— OFMOUL AM TO OFFICIAL DOCUMJOST ONLY. PATRONS. — TO KKHP^POHTBO, IT1BT - BMBBR OF THE ORDHB SHOULD BBOOHI SUBBCIUHKH TO THE OFFICIAL JOUHNAL, NO.REAM IT EVERY WJUSK¡ PBOUBES8 .NO IMPROVEMENT ISjTHB OBDBB. To suborUiuute Qtw|«, u i «ijiy iu uuaiui'uuit Inquiries, we will tu jk i'alA, JSwuiiSLiLutiuii 01 i'UAHa citato Orange, one uo.uu' per uuzeu; .single oopy, twenty 'Mat*. jhuiuu* of Texita butte Orange, single •ot.j Liruiiby wiiu—uuii dollar jjur dozuu. u j-Lluvia o i nuMuitiiuiiie Oranges, Kulea •I uecoruiu ttua Ui'uer oí Business, neatly Ouuuti .a uoioiua puper, wittt name una nuinoor oX Orauge printed, at x\iv any u> any utruuge, - - - $ 7 SO One auudml to auy Orange, - - 10 uu li'i'wo " " " " - - 16 oo 'i'nree " " " " - - - HO 00 Bum** uppiiuuuuiis pur hundred, - - 1 oo jj.auit WHiiUiu.tV.il mili cliinit carda, llfiy otjuu a (lozun or tnroe dollars tor a Uuu- drou. . An other blanks required, at the lowest givi...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
I &XAMINER AND FATRO* ¡TWTdownCE^®' "d Pro !'<Ti or ti.as * V .!« months. A Copy tree for a olub 2Tfi«. Aoopy *«*< the Master ot •rerr subordinate Orange-he to trans- mit fiie luuutw of subsorlber andfuud*. «mit dt poatoffloe order, regiaterod Wk eheok, oddreaslng J. W. Downs, Waco. Texas. .. ON TH. ARTY MOV. THIRD ¿¿iter or 1 "To Dmjnqüknts.—We ask again very re- spectfully, to remind delfoqaeiit aub> aoribera, that our terina are nojjftrietljr advance, agd to i with wise, we shall be namee from our would not, in any Ito&M^thlng tE«|j; y oaae, willingly do. ryuipt other- " ieir we FRIDAY OCTOBER 10 • A solitary Indian has b'een seen in Houston, and the Telegraph straightway -gives him the benefit of an extended notice. A very fine one it is too, but more ideal than real. If our friend was to make a little raid out on the frontier once, he would enjoy an acquaintance with the real flesh and blood article, and we venture the assertion his philosophy as well as his se...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
Examner an. Patr on ■TATK NBWS. ■~-sr. sw i:l ! ! I 9 i [From the. Galveston News.] Qranyu Cerllflcati* of M<nnb;rMp, or Boliver may go up head. Mi's.——, _ ., _ , , „, , . , ; raiding nomo distance ubove the Point, Tradlnu Curd*, and all hind* of Blank* ■ on ponliisula, has given birth to three children. Mother aud buble* ara doing for the Patronx of Huthaiidry, for talc atllUnajflce, cheaper tlmn can Iw had ^ elteuiicrc. Final Call.—Once more, find finally, we cull upon our delinquent subscriber* aud friend , to pay up what is due oil subsorlptlon, o «fu «hall he olill.ud to to drop their named from our liste. Como, pay up what is due on the old soori, and begin anew on the ciwh system, at $2 a year. ; well. That father should he proud, for "blessed Is he thut liath his quiver full of them." [Comanche Chief.] Last week a party of Indians made a rude into the neighborhood of Jim Ned «reek, in Colman oounty, and stole some twenty hend of horses from Mr. Hart and a number from Mr. ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
EPS SÜ Examine and Matron tabiib of subordinate Granges rw- oíbívíuk this paper, but not having sub- scribed, will, please send the Muster > name and address, and also the number and name of the Grange.; Local Intelligence. TUESDAY....... !.. .OCTOBER 18 Mr, Isaac Sanger, rived last night. with his family, ar- il is the habit ot mtmy people ti oiy out hard times, especially h«. ti e times happen to pineb theui u Utile, li i* •¡■t now in Waoo. Men will gravely tell you times are hard, and mean it, uto, lint when you investigate matters u little, you And the croakers, in almost eytryn- anee, are men who are idle, or if they do woi'tr, it is very little. To oonviiue an impartial man that thncb arc i/<.m , one has only to shQw him the number ot new buildlugs going up ih all directions; the number of large stores iti ¿ucceséful apt-)) ation; the number and variety ot <>ur business enterprises—all making a living, to say the least of it, Mo,, time « are not \ard, and never oun...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Examiner and Patron — 16 October 1874
r \ . incr and Patron, OMU or TU TEXAS ITATB IMAJti ; «moni, áb to omouii Domnwrn oelt. tfatrons. — To kbit jromo, etebt LuuuorTiuoiun noimumn i t acbmibian to the ojtwouxjoij**al, 4WB HUB I* ITUT «SKI urn mnoman n tu T «ikanUMU Urwmgm. tfT i i-eply lo UUIUITOU inquiries, WO Will i '■ ¿hmi pHM, Arm 1" ''ihni iiutioB ut Texan ritate Grange, on a |iw ioy.nu; ¿ingle oopy, twenty Mate id iinui 01 Voxun beat* Grange, single mi j ■ lit—ii. u i >iiar per dozen. eo fcouut Jill.ii i1' >r . o.m "T.vo I .H'er til UK 1 * ♦I la fivi <-' i.u liranges, Jtuies .■mines*, neatly ., .ath name and . at . - - - 9 7 00 orange, - - 10 «10 - - 15 00 ... M 00 . lUdredj - - X 00 limit ourdu, ttfty •tiara for u hun- < ,-U, at tho lowest and pathon, Waoe, Texas. .october 10 c o o 1' tu 1. ] .8 it 1 1 1 I a t .a me science nade by a Chi- .0 thin disguise . inordinate lore .jckinghas been goods establish* ,i«. Jews takes the ,.i a style exceeding- up she found her dead." j.iiot oi .id: "A shocking a ...