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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — News Echo — 27 April 1872

V. NEWS ECHO. VOL. 1 LOCKTT A RT, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1872. NO. 7. HALLUX & Ctt, €i)t Safrtn of ttje people \p tt)e Supreme fEau>.' Publishers. TERMS :Í[jitówjat for 52 mimmitairss « « IS •* SflttgDc «Éjafwr 1® toeuitew $2 3G 150 100 ADVERTISING: Alt f lymiáiamimw tfar .& ¡teas ¡pmiiuil «han 2 months sH (1® ¡jiursynaw <¿F trac ¡inrih tfcir £iflt insertion anii 5(1) tunas ¡par "jquaot ({ume awfli)) for a rib subsequent ■wmnurumtr.. ?^aim«íl «Shumul anflSus354«ttB por line. A liibaail (fikasmw 5b imnflc <tt> jmotuhs ifiwrtismg bj oh ('uiCSHt, «nil BwBF yjwt, «fi inltawss ¡5&an:s: (OtaítnmiEii. £ Stadia ^Momíh, 12 Mot's ©ta* iinrife, i ij { SvjlHl, £ 12.0ft. Ti* ijnriWw>, -::| URjOft, IS,#, 'Hliim Ihuih«R, UjvJflli, 3üv©0. <(J>miTf8ir (mfluxam. IWfy, t 22,<Ht, SajOft, HSaJE' aiHhraav, iñjftfi, 4Sft '£lfl, fi.xOft, 'Ob r <nr' Vnm, ñJi OH. 33ftj0ft. CarSCH W8EKTORY üwr S'AiT..—n'llrttMíiuti BiffiimuTTK. IR*enrtb)ng as Satnr. • uu T?nn¿]i$y ®1...

Publication Title: News Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — News Echo — 27 April 1872

ttt* LOOKHABT, TEX, APRIL 20, 1872. E. H. ROO-AN, Editor. lySk '-'it. • •v' • C. 1). COLLINS, General Agent. Why Re-elect Grant? What claim has Grant to ro-eloction ? Do tho American pooplo owe him anything for distin- guished BOrvices renderod to the Republic ? Has ho not already overdrawn his account at tho Na- tion's Bank, and received full compensation for services rendored to the country ? If it be any great achievement to conquer by attrition ; if it is a triumph of military genius to over-como thirty thousand worn out, ill-fod, and ragged soldiers, with two hundred thousand fresh men, armed cap-a-pie, and furnished with all the appliances that money aud position could supply, tlion tho country probably owed Grant something ; but that debt, with usurious interest, has long since been paid. A creatare of circumstances, and a hero by accident, ho has, for four years, been re- posing in the chair of State, wrapped in his favor- ite cloud of fragrant Havana, with his arm up to tho...

Publication Title: News Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — News Echo — 27 April 1872

I¡ Nr p1 Ti It would lessen the burdens of many who find it hard to maintain their plaoes in society, it would lessen the foree of the temptation that often had mon to barter their honor and honesty for display, if there was lees strife in dress. At ohuroh people of moderate oiroumstanoes would be more inclined to at- tend. Universal moderation of dress at church, would improve the worship of many wandering thoughts. It. would enable all olasses of people to «ttend better in unfavorable weather. It would lessen, on the part of the rioh, the temptation of vanity. It would lessen, on the part of the poor, the temptation to be envious and malioious. It would save valuable time on the Sabbath. It would relievo our means of a serious pressure, and thus enable us to do'more good. in——- T f 'T————— . An old rhymer says, "He who plants pears plants for his heirs, referring to their Blow growth, and at the same time hinting the selfish idea that a man should plant for himself alono. All solf...

Publication Title: News Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — News Echo — 27 April 1872

tvi* R 3^ 1 i ! LOCAL NEWS AND VIEWS. DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING AT LOCKHART, To-Pay—Rally!! Notice.—Copies of the News Echo, done up in wrappers, ready for mailing, may be had by application at the office of publication.• —— j 1 —■ Mr. W. M. Hudson has the much cele- brated Wilson Sowing Maohino for sale. Give him a call and aee for yourselves. Early Corn.—Our young friend Willie Field, brought into our office laat Monday, 22nd inat., a atalk of oorn in full taasel and ailk. Who can beat thia 1 We paute Tor a reply. i i a i —■! i "We have received a beautiful poetical morceau,. entitled " Fortune Telling," whioh we will find room for next week. The author need not bo aahamed of the production. Any one wishing to purchase one of the very beat and most industrious of all servants—a ateam engine—oan get a bargain. See advertise went. HI I • ■ II ■■ ii We have smoked one of King & Mur- ray's fragrant cigars, and found it of delightful flavor, good enough for the great smohist at Washi...

Publication Title: News Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — News Echo — 27 April 1872

■ÍHk;?; d 4 i •>•«- -'; _; V^í;:''■ : ■'-ií. ■''.'■; & *•%£ ffl'í i > '"' f¿p. £"••'**;"& ' •*.' 1 '•• • V ' 1 •'•" ' "'•" 'r*' Variety. A negro died reoently at Dallas aged 105 years. When the constitution was adopted there wero 75 postoffioes in the Union; now there are 89,950. We are likely to hare an early spring. The bark on the north side of dogs is maoh thinner than usual. About one quarter of the people of the United States make habitual use of tobaooo, The Chinese, with a good deal of quiet sarcasm, call oeremony the smoke of friendship. The population of Great Britain is plaoed at thirty, one millions, while that of France is thirty-seven. Hildebrand, the notorious outlaw, was killed again last week. The N. Y. Herald's correspondent at Du Quoin, 111., did it with hjs little Faber penoil. If some one would only get up a sewing machine to oolleot rents, mend mwnors and repair family breeohes, what a sale it would have. tyle of ooffeepot has a little steam whist...

Publication Title: News Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — News Echo — 27 April 1872

m \\ Mark Twain's Tribute to Women. At an annual banquet of the "Wash- ington Correspondent's Club, the follow- ing toast was read: . /- " Woman—The pride of all professions, and the jewel of ours." To which Mark Twain responded as follows: Human intelligence cannot estimate whaWc owe to woman, sir. She sews on pur buttons, she ropes us in at church fairs, she confides in us, she tells us what- ever she can find out about the little private affairs of our neighbors, she gives us good advice and plenty of it, she gives us a piece of her mind sometimes, and sometimes all of it. In all the relations of life, sir, it is but a just and grateful tribute to say of her that she is a " brick." Wheresoever you place women, sir, in whatsoever position or estate, she is an ornament to the place she occupies, and a treasure to the world. Look at Desde- monia! Look at Lucretia Borgia! Look at Joyce Heath! Look at Mother Eve! I repeat, sir, look at the illustrious names of history. Look at the wid...

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