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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 21 October 1874

J4 ' 7c" 1 c. i n c. ? INTELLIGENCER-ECHO: "3ST- Wl' '' n wtwl - " - twwun-imtnvw jr r i!C aws. X A. B. NORTON Texas is Too Mucli Governed by Conventions. PROPRIETOK. VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 572. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS OCTOBER 21 1871. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. ITKMS OF INTEREST. Pergonal ami I.ltcrnry. The Queen ol the South Sen Islands goes bare-foot. Kov. Dr. T. M. EdcVy ono oflho mo-t roniIncnt mln1ter In the Methodist pIscop.il Church la the United Suites died ut his residence In Now York a few days ngo. Seth Green the noted pisciculturist ha9 received n communication from the Soclete (I'Aecllination of Paris lenuesting permission to trunlnto his work on trout culture into tho Ficnoh language. It Is reported th.it thu llov. Henry Ward Beecher has retained Mr. William M. Evarls ns h's senior counsel In the pro- ceedings hi which ho Is Involved In tho com ts. relating to tho Plymouth Church scandal. His Majesty of tho Sandwich Islands King Kalulu is coming to tho United States in the war stea...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 21 October 1874

4 Intelligencer-Echo. "nV.jrjKT AKI) FEAIl NOT." A. B. NORTON - Editor. Wednesday Oct. 21 1874. BKPimi.ICAN CANDIDATES FOK CONUKKSS IN TEXAS. THIIIII DIHTIIIC-r: F. W. SUMNER of (liayson. KOL'KTII DISTINCT: TrnKASANT M. YELL of Montgomery. hixtii dis run; T: JEREMIAH GALVAN if Cameron. lyisiii nnd braggadocio have played out nnd men will henceforth advo- cale the causo tlioy espouse and love us freemen and have the re- spect of gcnllomcn. Wo now make .our bow to the public nnd in a few numbers will make a louder nnd bcttci Echo of the IxTKM.ianNcnn. Pay for slaves set free in conse- quence of the rebellion is one of the features of the canvass in the first District. Sec the letter of Videx. To insure pcaco and quiet in Louisiana let the Democrat party hnvc nil the officer. If the negroes will vote their ticket or not vote at all they will be satisfied and will let them alone. 1NTELLIGENCEK-ECHO ! Hon. Wm. Chambers iudcpcu dent Candidate for Congress in tlic 1st District is making a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 21 October 1874

. PsH m & Jf? 12 n-r .: ri-- U ? im v w IBs BUSINESS NOTICK.-Pnyment In advance 460 a year; Six monthi JtlSO. Advertisement 1 &n per square oiich subsequent Insertion "ft c'ts. Postmasters ami Friends arc nulhorltcd to act n Agents. Col. Geo. W. Milum nnd D. W. C.lUKEtt Kkq. are nulhorlrcd Agents nt Austin. Local and Light. ConnEsroNnENCB Bolicitcd irom all part of the State. Fiiend and foo shall have proper treatment at our hands. Until we can provide a suitable office advertisers and correspondent can address Ixtclmubnckr-Eciio tlirougli the Post- olUcc. The Capital of a groat Btate should well support tliree newspapers. V'c look for n liberal patronngo from all men having the interest of Austin at heart. The Editor of the State Gmttle deserves commendation for his efforts to induce immigration .of farm laborers house ser- vants etc. during his recent excursion. Texas wants more workers. Bunoi.AKs and thieves are not only in- festing Austin but in about all the rail- road ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 21 October 1874

to 4'onitr.sioMi;'Ts. Ailruiiii'iiilritlfiui for this inner should lmae. ril) 'riiiblltaUi)llliutniiiliHiiiunrirniiilmilliiin i.i '"'" 'V"1" ''"' '""C"ri)ln iimiiiI.iihIiici. urtlieieuielessiiiaiiiierliiwlilclillie) nru written. INDIAN SVMMEll. JIT fell AtlLKR MllieK anicnonr. llio milc leaven ore tlilnnlnir. llm hrnnelirs showing Inn- Anil Imll in Smiiimr'i (pinning Iter cb la quiet nlr. Tim warp Is mmlc oriiinllght Ihi- rnnri wrought or lUmclei 1 he tlnl s flrow over dnrkcr. Hie sunbeams clcr ludc. The shadows gallicr quicker Anil ilfttkm si llnRi rs long. I ill Bill nt Wlntt-r tallrlli Ami silent lit my song. A STIlDHMIiU 1011 A CItOWX. Tlio Jowcl-lrmixo In Ilia Tower of J.niiiioit nml llm Trcnnurii It Con. InliiN Tim Itiirlner Attempt to Ntrnl tlio llrlllNh Crtin n I'ltrNliHilllil t'llll- luro of tho Thiol cm. My llrst (Iceiro on reaching London writes it correspondent wus to visit tlio worlil-nnowneil Tower. The Immunol! pile stuntls on llm eutern oxlrunilty of tliu city nntl I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 November 1874

I ur&hti Jf&JbtoJ -il aX. fl j-"-- INTELLIGENCER-ECHO . m" o A. U. NORTON Texas is Too Much. Governed by Conventions. PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI. WHOLE NO. 574. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS NOVEMBER 4 1874. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. 3. 1 :' n. fjpss life. flip My CAPTIVE. 11Y LOUISE ClIAMDLMl MOULTOS. I caught a little tilril ami ' ' him In a caso Anu 1 said " Now my lift. 1 love thco dearly. FoMthy bright wings nor let thy fancy range: Thou nrt mine so sing I pray thco clucrlly. lint oh the llttlo blnl.he. Iluttcrcrt still his wings And with bright wild eyes ho ceased not to watch me And I only heard him say "'TIsn freo heart that sings- Open but my door and I'll sing till you catch mo" I brought him dainty food and I soothed him long and well Pnl lliu timid little heart ceased not to tremble. 1 decked Ills cago with flowers with leaveB I wrought a spell I)y such lond device his canturo to dissemble. But still ho missed above him thc.fnr and shining And still he missed about him the freo winds...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 November 1874

Intelligencer-Echo. C- 1 I I I I 1 ' I I I i I -3 A. B. NOJVFON Editor. Wednesday Nov. 1 1874. V. W. Mi On ire Sr. ntuoltl nnd leading citizen mill prominent Ma- son anil Odd Fellow dicd.ut Gid- dings on llio 21bt. o Capitalists must' ruin laborers. The Democratic doctrine is to Mono out all poor white ami black men who don't vote their ticket and this is freedom 1 The appointments of ex-Mayor Scanban as Post Master at Hous- ton and Judue C B. Subin as Post Master-nt Galveston are well reccivud. by the. people ot those eifies. ' mm m To give men the right to vote and then not protect the poorest in the exercise of free suffrage is the grandest of all farces. The hum- blest citizen must be allowed to vote his true sentiments or repub lican government is a mockery. The Houston Telegraph is in- creasing in intcreht. It is worthy jf commendation foi the rc.nr.on tfiat it i just as well as generous to its'fcxaB exchanges. It is ably edited spicy and well conducted and we trust that its p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 November 1874

4 t.fjf J-.j 'i. yt ia m trJL 2SS Intolligencor-Echo. f-l I I I I I I I H 1 H3- UUS1NK88 NOTJCK.-rnyincnt In advance $2 60 a yonrj Bit month M 60. Advertisement Jl 60 per fqunrc ench aubacqacnt lncrtlon 75 c'la. Pohtmastliis and Friend nro nulhorlied to act tin Agent. D. W. C. BAKEn.HlDaEl'ABCItAt.atldll.ri.ATTf Ewi are nuthorzed Agtnts at Aurtln. Until w a can provldo a aultihlo oillec mlvcrtfcr and correspondent enn nddrcea lNTr.LLluocr.iv Jlcno through the l'ottofllcc. Local and Light. A vkiiy sevcio norther for thrccdays has caused nil to hunt up their winter clothing and firci to keep themselves waim. TitE San Antonio IJrpress compliments Judge Ilnncock'ti recent ppcech nt that city iegnulinjr it in the nintn nsconscrvntlvcand more Kcpuhlicnn than Democratic. In out next wo will be nblo to tell v. ho are thcincmbcis of Congicsa elected for Texim. Wc might do so now if it would not be considcied n little "too previous." Cmt. L. Ii. KuwAnD" the efficient land agent who makes the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 November 1874

GENERAL UUKVITIKS. IUnLYON mul NIiict cli nro lighted witli American petroleum. Tim llochcstcr (K. Y.) Democrat 1ms nn- cJirthed nn old vctcrnu On tho stock of Ills old gun Is cngracd tlio following words : lly Itcdolvc of Congress Presented to Amos Sorer For his gallantry nt tho slrgo of I'lfttUbiire. Tho old mntt Is 70 mid Ills story Is a simple ono. Twenty young fellow (only two of whom were over 18) oflVrod their service? to tho general In comumnd nt PlntUburg and then on tho 11th of September 1811 "tlioy did tlio best they could." Chkai' HonsKS. Thoy had a horso mic- tion tho other day nt Snitn Ilarh trrt. Cnl. of tho horses in tho city pound. There ivcro t tho milmuls sold utiil tho prices ranged nil tho way from 10 cents to $11 It seems hardly ci edible tlmtn llvo horae In nny condition could bo sold for 10 cents nnd yet tho Sinta IJnrb.ira lb-ess wiys Hint tho small boy who had Invested Ills bit nnd led on his mushing with n rope around his neck looked ns If the tri- umph of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 16 November 1874

Alt an '' hi? INTELLIGECER-E0HO. i i i j. A. B. NORTON Toxas is Too Much. Governed by Conventions. PROPRIETOR. VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 570. AUSTIN CITY TEXASf NOVEMBER 16 1874. NEW SERIES -VOL. L NO 5. & ' .1 ' THE MAPLE TREE. HY OAHL flrRSCKB 0 that my life could lie I.lki to the lnnplc tree Which In the green jon would not think the fairest. 1 here's many n tree beside O'irtops In summer pride The one that hnth the treasure dennst rarest. Thon Btrnnprely favored tree What hand hnth woven thee This mony-cnloreil coat above thy brothers 1 l)lilt thou In ilrenm hihold the crimson and the pold. And didst thou tell thy vision to the others ? When leaves were talking loWi IVllKlile.l flattered so 'With all the lilrria admiring winds n sighing Did not thv secret heart Still hold njoy apart Thojoy that so tiansflguusthec In dying ? The forest-hlngs lay down With many sighs their crown Not one of nil ran etnnd at last befnro thee Itlpened In sun and lain. And wrung by frosty pain All days an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 16 November 1874

WMWnURKM Intelligencer-Echo. C'l I I I I I I I I 1 I '3 "BJnl:d Tear Not." A. B. NORTON Editor. Mondny tfov. 10 1S74. After the 1st of January next flic new postagolaw goes into opera tion requiring' prc-paymojit on nil papers sent out of the county. This in an iniquitous law but there is no getting around it. It will operate hard upon the country press and subscribers should come to the re- lief of their publishers by paying pvomplly in advance for their papers. Gen. B. G. Shields accepts of the Colleetorship of the. port of Galves- ton and has left his home in Falls county to enter upon its duties. Ho was not an applicant nor did he know that his name would be presented lie is an old citizen of the State was prior to his moving to Texas a member of Congress from Alabama and a representa- tive of the National Government abroad. He was a staunch Unionist in 1860-61 a member of the Con- stitutional Convention of 1866 and is . a gentleman of enlarged views and correct business habits....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 16 November 1874

ssQ f m IS.? hi.'. 57'- ; Intelligencer-Echo. C. I I I I I I I I I l'3 llUSIKKSa XOTICK Pnjmcnt In ndvnncc fSCOn jcnrj Six monthf 1 M. AtUcrtlncmoht (1 50 jur aqunre each subsequent Insertion 75 c'ta. loiTMABTriH nnd Vrlcnda nro nutliorlixd to net M Agent. D. W. C. nAKCR UltJOEfASCItAI IvrtATrnnd C. 1C. HornsTLflt Ksqn nro nulliortcd Agcnta nt Austin. Until wo can piwldc n suitable oAlcc ndcrtlpcr and correipondciit can nildrcua iMTLttarNcnif Bcuo through tlio Poetofllce. Local and light. Oon friends everywhere should get up clubs for tliiajmper. .. .-... f nlnntilft Inml 111 JncltPOn. Hunt WlVc! Yountt nml Jack oouiitlt enn bo Iwuglit ?. ' "!i Vi ';. i lv nddnulmr tlio Kdltor of thia tin. per. Tun Governor ofTcxns offers n reward of $500 for tlio nrrest of Jones who mur- dcrcd M.AV. Allen recently near McKinncy. Tiik Texni niul Pacilio Ball -oad is now running two traini n day to l'aglo 1-ord lcnvlnir Dalla at 9.15 A. M. and 1 p. m. and connect' ng with slngca for all points west. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 16 November 1874

I! W GENERAL BREVITIES. Niaoaua can bo tunneled for $1000000. . San Fiuncisco Is to liaro a "crowprls- rnolJnl oue-mll elevated railway." In Paraguay girls arts not allowed to clicw tobacco till they are thirteen. A fehalk claimant' to tho throne of Franco la housekeeper at a hotel In New Albany. A srtKNWD car but a very poor "voice" as tho organ-grinder said to the eionKey Thry arc frolncr to trv and nut n 8ton In Germany to tho ?alo of so-called "soothing syrups" for Infants. Physicians assert that more babies arc killed by theso con. coctlons than by disease. In Belgium a fruit grower has had great success In communicating artificial flavors to natural fruit. Ho procures tho fruit and kccpsltafewpccondsln a solution of the flavoring substance and permits Itto ripen subsequently. PiiiLADiariiiA is discussing whether the name of Its principal ntrcct should bo spell- ed with ono or two t's Tho Ledger says that In tho city ordinances it Is written and printed Chestnut. In St. Louis t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 23 November 1874

r7'"i&t fes7" .Af"l INTELLIGENIOER-EGHO. Tfj 'M-rflail ar ft L w A. M. NOUTOX Texas is Too Much Governed by Conventions. tPBOP1?l!:'OR' VOL. XI.-WTIOLE NO. 577. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS N6VEMBER 23 1874. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. 6. i 1 ?l W. S' ii'lVh M MVM': w M' vr m a lit Wh riAV mmtiTrio-A B ' WEAIir LONELV RESTLESS HOMELESS. nr rATIIKn 11VAN. WEABY licnrtB I wcnry hcnrts I by euros ol llfo oppressed Yo nro w nmloring In tho shadow s yo nro sighing for tlio rest; Thoro Is darkness In Iho licnvons nnd tho enrth Is bleak below. And tho Joys wo tneto to-day may to-morrow turn tooo. Wcnry hcartsl Godla rest. Xoncly hcirts I lonely hcnrts I 'tis hut n land ol grlcl; To nro pining for roposo yo nro longing for ro Hot; What tho world hath novcr given kneel and nek of God nhovo. And yonr grief shall turn to gladness If you lean upon Ills lnvo. Lonely hcartsl God Is lore. Itcstloss hcartsl restless hcartsl yo nro tolling night and day v And tho flowers of llfo all withered loavo but thorns n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 23 November 1874

Intelligoncer-Eclio. H--1 ! I I 1 I -f-l' I l'3 "Be JubI aid Toar Not." 88 A. B. NORTON Editor. Monday Nov. 23 1S74. Lust week wo copied u letter to favor of them and n crazy wild' tho Cinuinnnti Times from Hawk-J phronzicd corrupt polluted bo-. i:vr: ami tins wocU wc publish n sotted begrimed hell deserving letter to the Indianapolis ZrraM I populace sustain sanction support from lloosiua. Tho citizens can 'and approve of nil such contrivan- tho "iew taken of Texas bv .ec of tlm dnvil tn ih.hifl... il..h.n ..... ... i - - --' Money or anything that's uood to eat drink or wear would ho ac- ceptable to- uny ncwupiper man thcc cold disagreeable hard and lough times. One thousand families left Chi- cngo Ills. for Denver Colorado on the Oth nit. to colonize a valley seventy-five by twenty-live miles in size. If all poor and hardy sons ol toil they will i duo time popu- Jalc donsclv. 1 o Seven thousand dollars were Molcn from the American Expros Company at Cincinnati on the Ifltli. Two m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 23 November 1874

as Intolligoncor-Eclio. ! I 1 I I I I I I 1-1 nUBlNKSB NOTICE. Payment In niUnnrr aS0n jenr; 8lx monlliri $160. AihcrllMtncnt 1 60 per munrc encli MiWqiiont lnprt!oti 76 c'to. lVmstASTrns mul l'rlcml nro nulliorlzcil to net tin Aijint. D. W. C. HAKrn RinoE rAsCH VI H.Platt nml 0. K. DornsTLrn KQi.f nfo Authorial Agent" nt AnMln. Until wo enn protMe n mltnlifc oftlcc mhcrtlcr9 iinil eorrecponJentn enn ndtltiM lNTrtLlorcfn Kcuo tliroitgli tlio riwtoflta1. U. S. Mahsha's Qkfick W. D. T ) Tyr.nn Tbkks Nov. 7tli 1874.J Editor Nerlon'a Intelligencer: For tlio information of nil par- ties interested please publish the following opinion given by the Solicitor General of the United States in answer to a letter which I addressed to the Attorney Gen- eral on the 20th ult. asking his advice relative to the application of the acts making appropriations for the support of the army for the next fiscal year so far 113 it lefers to tho allowance of mileage to Marshals in suits in the United States c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 23 November 1874

j . &t . GENERAL IHtEVITIIIS. PO TMASTKn-GKNRIUI .Tr.WKI.I. ha M1- nounced his intention of prowcutlnjr to tho extreme limit of tlio lnw tho fcmlera i( scurrilous postal cards nml obscuno litcrnturc. Tne Into M. Gulzot wroto In Ills will "I liowbefbro tho mysteries of tho IHblo nml tho Gospel nml hold myselfnloorfrom tho 'clcntlllo discussions nnd solutions by which men liavo nttempted to explain them." Ir has been estimated thnt If tho popu- lation of London irocs on lticrc.islngnt.lts present rate It will exceed 15000000 by the end of thu ccnturv. nmlUmt. filinnlilltmn- tlnuo nt tho present rnto (luring tho next century by tho year 2000 It will have reached tho enormous ninrrcLTito of 25-1 UUU.WU or inliabltntita : but vnn ran't nl- irovs tell Tim legal riillng In EnRland Is that to wcuro n copyright in that country mi American author mut either first publWh his work In tho United Kingdom or pub- lish It upon the same day hero nnd there. lie must too bo somewhere on llrltlsh s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 30 November 1874

1 ' lMJ " "2.j's" i. n '' INTELLIGENCEIt-ECHO. ill .& frVJ;- k il -V. i. .. ?I:M TT 4 A. ft. NORTON Texas is Too Much Govoried by Conventions PltOPKtEtOK.v VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 578. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS NOVEMBER 30 1871. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. 7 l?tr a- X l. .js.ffiSA U'u ' ' 'i .I'i'f KM '.VJV.f M 1. A '' "" ' IV J. J . 4 '?. j i . .1 . THE PLAINS A PROPHECY. 11V JOAQU1M HILtKll. Clo yo unil look upon thut land Tlmt Hir Vint land that row behold Anilnonolii-linlillnKtinilcraliiiiil that nltl otil lnnil wlilcli nun call new On Journey Willi tlio si'iions thi-bUgli lis waiti-s unci li-urn linw limitless. '1 ho solemn nil. nci of Mint iiliiln la ohl bo eloquent. Thoblito And IhU'ImI tkWs mm lmllt for It Ami nil i I'O hernia n ycileiilay An MUi Ulo 1ml Illy toll) lis story h of Goil ulone Tor man ha llwi! anil gone away Anil lelt lint littlo lu:iH dCntonc IiOl hero you li-iu n how mom tlmt fit Anil illgiilllul l f Hence whni You liear Hie lrtlyjii-w of nen ltsnuliil sn'muli-s lemaln Tli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 30 November 1874

H-UIMJUHMUM ISf T Intolligoncor-Echo. 4-4-HfH-I I 1 I 1-3 "BoJMlftLdrcirMot." iX. B. NORTON - - editor. MdMliiy "Nov. 30 187 i. Consider.ibl''nnw in Southern Kansas on' I ho 19th. Those desiring news from far find near should take the LvrKi.i.i (iiixukk-Echo. The appropriations for Slate ex- pense? are for the current year re- ported as 007000 more than they were any one year during the ad- ministration of Gov. Davis. We are revising our 'list prepar atory to coining" under the new postage Jaw and those who wish tlicISTELMHENCEit-Ecnoihc com- ing ycurjand arc yet in arroasshould send iiitheir subscriptions at oncji. Encourage your own' mechanics and manufacturers. The money thcyjgot'from you in great part finds'ils way hack again into your own pocket. To build up your city you must" help those who live here and work here. Geo. P. Rowell &:;Co. of New- York the great advertising agents have branched out and Nelson Chcsman so long connected with that house in New York has gone "We...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 30 November 1874

ytfis 9SV9intKROTUBWiltffVBPR9BVJ K i at- HP Mv m laJ KfR mm nvnl .k lKt.ftMi mm m 'inn'ifl1: m mssKsssxmassi ttfttG r.i . JK f ' mmmmammauBKmtammmmmfammfmmmmmjJM.tmM.vm Intolligoncor-Eclio. !..! I I I I L I I 1 I L-U S-I--I ....- - . .3 UUSINKbS HOTICK. l'njmcnt In advance 2 60 a j our; Bit months 1 CO. Advertlneinciit $1 50 jur miinrc eich atibnequrnt Insertion 75 c't. VoiTMAfTrr.K niiJ FrlcnJi art' nuthoilrcd tuacl 04 ARCIIU. D VT. C. IlAnrn Ittnnn I'Abcuai ll.ri.ATT and 0. V.. lloiitstlnvltMrt. nre nnlhorrcd Agenta nt AiKll". Until wo run provide ft Miltablo otnee iuhcrllrn nnd corn fpondcnlii cm nddrtm Imh.muenceu Echo through the l'ontofllce. Local and Light. Siscn our Inst we have had tho p'casuro of n call from John Maidlow and Sam K. Sullivan of Ottawa O. on a projecting tnur through our Stale. Kvcry reader of the Isir.i.i.iai:scnR- Keno will receive free a copy of tho heat Agricultural and Family Ncwupaper in tliip Coimtiy by nddrcusiitg Mooro'H Sural New Yorker 78 Dunne S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 30 November 1874

GENERAL BKEVITIES. Tim Mfirr fiitnlly of Michigan tvlio linvc been expecting n fortuno of from $2000.- 000 to $115000000 each from kiiglniui. liavo just lcuim-il that tlicy can't get a red cent. A physician In Scotland recently sued a patient for liU feo In tlio enso of a surgical opcrntlon. Tlio courts decreet! against lilm on tlio ground that ho had not regis- tered as n surgeon. Tun other day Mrs. Walker scut ly ex- press from Dos 'Moines Iowa to her hus- band at Fort Dodgo. their Ultlo two-year old child. Tlio precious packago was duly labeled and billed mid went through in good shape. Joe Uhombkho a distiller at Dubuque find reputed to be tho richest man In the State has been requested by tho Govern- ment to pay $700000 for internal revenuo taxes which ho has fulled to satisfy during the past several years. At tho I'm la Morguo there was exposed last month tho body of a young woman need about twenty so wonderously beau- tiful that tho authoiltles caused a mold to betaken or her...

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