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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 7 December 1874

&"& WSf -? -rttSfeiBiw-4 1 i til' o i iCx-TO. JgrnHfefeii? INTELLIGENCER-ECHO 1' i . iff. SMirSW". '' "i' p" fe-V Texas is Too Much. Govorned by Conventions. PRi :fftll &. A. B. NOIlTOJr. '.I' e& VOL. XL-WHOLE K). 579. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS DECEMBER 7 1874. NEW SERIES -VOL. l.-NO!4'8M N'W . '(.':Jii V ill' W&i JANE. ni-jNonx rEimr. Bins cnmo nlonf? tho littlo lnno Where nil tho bushes dripped with rnln And robins eung.nnd sung again Ab It with guildon uliocr delight. For euch a world bo frCBli mm bright To swing and Blng.ln.dny and night llut coming down'lho littlo lnno Rho did not heed tho robin's strain Nor feci. tho tuuehlno niter rnln. A littlo faco with two brown eyes A littlo form of Blender Bizo A littlo head not very w Ibo ; A littlo henrt to match tho hend A foolish littlo heart that bled At ovory foolish word was slid. flo coming down tho littlo lnno I ieo her now my littlo .lnno Her foolish heart with foolish pain Was nchlng aching in her brcnBt And nil he...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 7 December 1874

Iiitelligoncor-Echo . (M I ! I 1 I I 1 . "BaJusUtd Toar Net." -W A. B. NORTON. - - Editor. Mondny Doc. 7 1874. Those desiring news from fnr mid near should take the Intllli-(!i:N-ci:n-Ecuo. The vote in Michigan upon adop- tion of n new Constitution was very large. It was rejected liy n large majority. In the. mountains of Kentucky Republicanism teems to flourish. John D. White has been elected to Congress over Harrison Cockrell Democrat. . ' 15000 laborers arc thrown out of employment in the coal region about Pottsville Pa. by an over supply of coal and gmat suffering will come to themselves and fami- - iltcs during the coming winter. Cold weather is upon us and with the high prices asked for wood and coal and also for provisions there must be much suffering in all parts of the country in these hard times. Farmers laborers and others must economise and retrench their expenses to carry them through the winter season. God protect the noor. the rich will take care of themselves. Gov. C...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 7 December 1874

i9 "w- " 'M'ayzsuf "'ssarr 2! w -.1 rt"" 4 f Intelligencor-Echo. M I I I I I I I I I I '3 BUSINESS NOTICE. l'njmcnt In nilnnco 1260 nr; St month $160. Adu rtltcmcnt $160 per equnro onch aubai quent lnt rtlon 76 ct. PoTUARTUti anil Frlcnila nro nulliorlied to net Aginta. D. TV. C. IUKEn KlDor. Taciial ItrLATT mid O. K. HornTLtRf Kaq. nro nntlior.-.cd Agent nt Auntln. Until wc enn provide n anltnhlo ofllcc ndf rtlrera nil correspondent rim nddriM iNTixI.tuFJiCEif Echo through the roioflUc. Local and Light. Timck laying on the city railroad will soon tic finWicd and the Austin peoplo will put on more city nlrs. Tun Capitol ground nro being himcl- pomely improcd. An additional appro- priation should bo made by the Legislature when it com ones. Jnixii: Thuumosi) has sold the Qrocs- tieek Clarion prc-w to Dale and tTorgunson who purpose publishing n new paper nt liryan. Success to them. Fltoxt Oco. W. Keitli Esq. of Erath we learn that many immigranti nie locating in that and counties to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 7 December 1874

r GENElUIi IHIEYITIES. A'ilicmoAK mini lina lilt upon a linppy expedient for Koltlittt rid of tho rlicninn- tistn. Ho crowded it down to his two Angers nn'd then lmd them nmputnlcd. AjiiiRnsT Mors. cxhults In hnvlnp relatively to population moro cliurclics than nny other plnco In Now hnglfinii. It nlso lifiB tho frrejitcst proportion of drlnklnir placet which It docs not con- sider n matter for so much exultation. In South Boston n bulldlnp four stories Well and covering nn area of four thou- sand snuaro feet was raised llvo feet from tho foundation. Tho tenants were not dis- turbed and no machinery or merchandise lixd been removed. Forty men working with four hundred powerful screws did tho Job. Tun dog of Capt. Williams of North Berwick Maine howled so mournfully at his master's funeral that ho had to bo chained In tho barji. When released ho searched the premises for his master find tracked tho body to tho graveyard whith- er ho goes dally and mourns for his lost owner. An unknow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 14 December 1874

Cvd- UST siSVS J - SJ$-eS3SKS"2. -... LXMaJZA11 INTELLIGENOER-EOHO i2- ?: ' ' --A JS A .IU s- -$ ;i5E .rifcv. 'ikT f w;'fivs rm. A. B. NORTON Texas is Too Much Governed by Conventions. PROPRIETOR. VOL. XI WHOLE NO. 580. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS DECEMBER 14 1874. NEW SEMES.-VOL. I.-NQ. JST. ' :'Av"JSWr r'yi .jvjj.v .-.tT. w Mm l&m ? 'i ii3 m Wm ''t'Pv t.T l:W'iaT.WX B-i&'jSWiS v ?vT-.p vt.i wr P'( ' NJLTS fflmrv KB Sl'AiiA- WW I PRESIDENT MESSAGE To the Sennit ami ITcmtt of IteprcientaHveti Sinro tho eonvening nf Congress one year ago thoimltoii ImR undergone n prostration In busl? HOBS anil Inilusliles such nfl hns not boon witness- ed with us for mnny years. Speculation ns to tlio enuscs for this prostration might lio liululgeil In wltliout profit because ns mnny theories woiihl bo nilvanceil ns tlicro wnnlil bo Inilepemlcnt writ- crfl nnd those who expressed their own view 9 without bearing upon tlio subject. Without In- dulging In theories ns to the enuso of thlspros. trntlon I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 14 December 1874

l INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. Ct I I I I I 1 -J M "Bo Jcnl ana Foar Wot." A. D. NORTON Editor. Monday Dec. U 1874. JJufuru tlic holiday sea-on sets in discharge your iinlutitcilitc-o to the iicwnp ipur iiililisliurgiii order that hu nmy luivc tho wherewith to feast on Tat tilings. With thu multitude of Pot offices in Texts where nmioy orders can he olitainrd. there no Jongor exists ny reasonable excuse for not. pen- ding pay fur your newspapers. m Free passes over North- western railroads arc to lie abolished niter January 11875. Free notices and free advocacy of railroad interests should ulo be abolished. The exaction of coin in Austin na great inconvenience- to stran- gers and others who have occasion to make purchase?. All the lead- ing business places in the State price their goods in currency. Gold and silver have been ad- vancing in value. Tho former is now worth in all the largo cities from 1 12 to 1 1:1 and silver has gnne'up to 1 11 1 1 IV and yet the Jiaid money men arc not happy-...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 14 December 1874

" puip"!'W Tgi3Srr '& !.. Kcr sr 1 w '.V T INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. - H-l I I I 4 f M TJUSTNESH NOTICK.-r-n-.mcnl In advance 5 60ti jcnrj Bit month Jl 60. Ad-crtl-omcnt tl 60 per square-each nubvcqucnt Innirllon 78 c'ts. 1'ostuabteiu mid Friend- nra authorized to act n Af-int. D. V. C. llAitrn nmor.rAscitAit.rr.ATTnnct C. 32. llor.itsTir.n Khqs. nro aulhoncd Agent nt Auolln. Until can pttnlda n sultnhlo of)1ce nU crtl-crs nnd rorrcf pomli nt win adilrcs- Iitj LLioi.NCEif .cno through the l'oatofllcc. Local and Light. That tho icaileis mny know who llio regular Deputy Mnrnlmla arc In the Wes- tern District of Texrs wo publish their mimes in nnoiher column. Two good mules owned by 1$. Mclnsky tcrc poiponctl n few nights ninco upon tho lot whero hlsstorc is situated In Austin. Tho Statesman stys: Wc nro horiy indeed to havo to publish totlio world that there is a man in or about thin city low down and mean enough to do a trick of ho eittel and shameful a character lis the above. The poi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 14 December 1874

tTV w GENERAL DRETITIES. San Axtoxio Texas lias a negro tliea- tcr. An old tnx warrant Just discovered sets forth tliat Joseph Uonnparto was tnxoil In 1821 $100 for 1.G0O acres of lnnO- by Na- than Satterthwalte then Assessor of Hor- ilcntown N. J. Tlio ex-Assessor Is still living and says ho ' stuck it on n little as llony was rich and could Btand It." John Uavtistk Houtiz Is tho oldest white Inhabitant of St. Louis linving been born In that city of Spanish parents 81 years ago. This gentleman Imported tho llrst hcarso In St. Louis the first game cock saw tho first steamboat land at tho wharf and has raised nineteen orphan children. A FAttM near Pownal Vt. Is represented as Tmunted by very nngcutlcmanly spir- its. Stones varying In weight from ono to twenty pounds ench fall on tho build- ings and hi tho Holds. I'coplo visit tho place In great numbers. Wo do not learn tho farmer's price for meals but presume It to be remunerative. Ttie shrewd wlfo at Newport where scats aro not rese...

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

If (I 1 C?- . JMJMMjitf.jjj2JlT' . rvy' "-T'" r"y" " ' 'fji1" INTELLIGENOER-EOHO. "STI-IOT- -f. VC3L -$ 1 . J! wt A. B. NORTON Texas is Too Much Governed by Conventions. PROPKIETOK. VOL. XI.-WHOLE NO. 581. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS DECEMBER 21 1874. NEW SEREES.-VOL. I.-NO. 10. v 41 MS in 'i ji 3 rf M ' " we clamor. rajii ' ' i IK - T.(i foi .1 CHRISTMAS CQMINQ. )it maiiv n. Donai;. 1'KATiir.iiY flnkos nro dancing ilnndng In tlio Rrny morn's frosty glenm ; Heralds tlioy of reindeer prancing From tho Rnrilena of our dream From Uio bright lind of tlio elf. king Where tho bon-bons gnlly ktow Juet llko nweots of numinci- gnrdens. Wlicn tho tulips emilo In row. Feathery flnkcs nro falling falling From the sUcs In softest w ay And between aro voices calling "Soon U Kill be Chrittma nay." Don't you know how In tho spring tlmo Wintry snow a nro scattered wldo Ero tho Io cly purple blossoms Dnro to peep from whero tlioy lddo? FcaOicry flakes aro sifting sifting Through tho chill December air Hero and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 21 December 1874

I II I A Iff & 9 INTELLICfENCEH-ECHO. . .f I l t 4- --) I- fc- rH-3 "Bo Jnet ft4 Four Hot." A. B. NORTON Editor. SlouU.iy Ik. 23 tM'-L Those' do.-iring news from far nud near jdiuuld hike ihuL"n:i.i.i- onxcicn Kciio. "We H)0il n m'w "k " tno ls of J.intiary niul blesvsed wiU'bc tho men wheve names arft enrolled on the Legion at lliaQfime. The visit ul't l lie Coniniitlco of the Dallas Boaul of Trade to New Orleans looking for railroad con- nection between these two great citie5!. Inn owned the people all along the lino to manifest iniieh in- terest in (he proposed railroad. Some of the papiTJ in Georgia ami 'the Caroliims manifest much indignant feeling at the recent nfid in.idu.into their bailiwicks by Tex- as Immigration Ecutvdoiiisls. This Hhonld not be our representatives visited them from brotherly love and only sought to point out the ww lor thoso who were dissatisfied Lttev their condition and to point out also the places where thisy h 1 1 better go for settlement. Jt was...

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

jr fW.n & j"rj''-'-""'.y?nry J- - J- . J1 J-V- jfc.iT W " ji'Jt''! at MUfHWlTWW i lira m . i ? 2 s .tsjEIOR r- " k "-TKr.vtK.r. t ri sisaib 3 i . "Ml K i iwf Ish)Ae. illJ 8 i " "Ws t.n ".' fittii y -- J !-- I K$ UUSINVS8 NOTICK-l'njminl In ndinncc $2 to fi j cnr; Six months flCO Aitmtlacmcnt 81 CO per squire inch subioiuinl Insertion T c'ta 1'oitmasti its nnd Friends nro nuthorlzul lo act (l ARO!lt. I). '. ('. IlAKnt.niDorl'ABcnAi!! Pi.VTTnml C. E. llOEiiSTi rn Kn nro milhomd Aginta nt Auatln Until wi can proilde n sutliblc ofllce niUcrlltm ltd corn tpoiidi ma imi ndiluas Itii ticiiNCLn- Echo through llic IWoffici. The papers of Sui Antonio fu- Mir a now Sla(c West Texas. Grangers goiiaully ore opposed to excessive rates of inteicst on money. Ten per cent is deemed high enough. o The St. Louh Globe lends its "tow lino" to the JLtqmlilieaiis of Noithern Te.ns for thu ci cation of a new Faciei nl Judicial Disliietund the opening of the Indian Tcrri- toiy to M-ltleinent. Such help ...

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

GENERAL BREVITIES. Men of color Painters. The Inst innn A cobbler. Hobson's cliolcc Mrs. II. Texts for eliinera l'retexts. Painful suspense llnnplng. BnoriiKiis-iK-LAW Tho Judges. Tho children's kingdom Lnp-hiul. Common scents Musk nnd verbena. Tim greatest nrmy contractor Pence. Tim rock that topers split on Quartz. TnK table of Interest Tho dlnncr-tablo. Cask of kidnapping A young goat asleep. Forced politeness Bowing to circum- stances. Motto for grocers Honest tea Is tho best policy. The worst thing "under tho canopy" A mosquito. Am. flesh may not bo graS3 but bufliilo meat Is Indian meal. It was resorved for Bitrnum to discover a new .Indian nice tho Snow-Shoe-race. With regard to Venus It was sic transit gloria Tuesday tills time. Tub spire of a now church In Cincin- nati will bo thrco hundred feet high. The latest Custom House cheater signed tho narao Chlzzola ; but wasn't sho a chts- cllcr? Wires- thev nut Nana Sahib In tho dun geon they smoothed matters by Ironing mm. Balti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 28 December 1874

J7 r :&pK'r mote --'- ' INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. 3Er- A. B. NOKTOX. Texas is Too Much Governed by Conventions. PROPRIETOR: VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 582. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS DECEMBER 28 1874. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. 11. ' I - .O :fva Wmim& ' iB Jit R "59 A &stztm l - KM""' Yl.aWKIS; 7 2 F'SWMBfc" I 1Ti ?lft .K13twci l i p J f T t t IV T ' b THE DEATH OF TOE OLD I EAR. nv ALFHKI) TKNN1 SOX. FDLliknco-ilocpllcntlio winter enow Ana tho Inter w lnds nro airily sighing; Toll yo tho church lioll Bail niul alow And treat! Fonlymul speak low For tho Old Year Ilea auylnjr. Old Year you must not illo; You canio to ve bo readily You lived w lth us so steadily Old Year you elinll not dlo. IIo ltctli etill: ho doth not roovo; Ho will not seo tho dawn of day: IIo hath no other llfo above; Ho pavo mo n friend and n true truo lovo And tho New Year will tako 'cm away. Old Year you must not go; Bo lone na you havo been wlthus' Such Joy aa you lmvo Been with ua: Old Year you Bhall not go. IIo froth'd his...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 28 December 1874

umjiitmmqvHti'tML.unMuiiiuitw.trLiTiuiU'jrvTtuj u 'jjggrarrwLi.uiiijwjj?' INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. Hl--rtHH"-tf-f4 "Bo Jasi f.ai Fear Not." A. C. NORTON Editor. Mondny Dec. 28 1874. Arizona grcss. sends a Bean to Con- North Carolina into have anoth- er Constitutional Convention. A Stile Tuniporanco Convention nt Dallas on the lllh of Februa- ry. East Texas should have aid to huihl.n railroul from Sabine Pas to Marshnll. a Tlic want1 of Hfiiteumanship on the part ofCongivssional leaders is the cause of the defeat of Repub- lican candidates in all parts of I he country. They have met the fate thev deserved. What .stronger evidence of the stringency of the limes can we fcavc than for educated prominent long-established citizens to Bay that their families desire our paper hut that they arc not able to pay for it? " Now. that tlit! a.1 .Vnm of Congress is rapidly drawing to a close and t .c Republican majority will soon be "noli est" fin heaven's sake lul the members in the majority turn tlie...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 28 December 1874

' 1 a u Si ' cl S.. m. - mam' 4 VJ kt 1 1 i i tim.imjjiwjwJi--J-JJU INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. IIIISINEP8 NOTIC'K.rj merit In nilinncc $250n jcarj Blx month" 1 fiO. Adicrtltincnt $1 f 0 per aqnnw i acli uh qnent Insertion "A c'la. t'cKmiASTnitiniiiirrhflilanro nuthorltcil to net Affcnt. P. V. 0. ltAKrn nitnEr.vcnin.IiATTnnil 0. V.. HorRSTUii llvi". lire nutliorrcil Agents nt Aiimln. Until w tftn proildo n mltnUe ofllce ndurtWcra nnd cormpniidenta enn lulilriM Intii.limvceii. Echo throiiRli the l'otlofllci Local and Light. ConimoilorcJMorgan now owrn $050000 of Tcxrm Honda. Bonton Sfam.lia(l'ii SCO.OOO." conflagra- tion on tho uigltt of tlio Hlh. Tito I A?! 'lit re metU on tho 12th find llto feK'ioiitchonW Iw brief. MA.lonllU!ijEY wan one of the most active in the Sheriffs' Concnlion nt Ann- tin. Dallas lmi a Howard Awnclntlon or- gniiired find nt work for the relief of the nick and destitute iioor. A bill linn been introduced in tho IIoiici of Bcprcsentitivea to crciite n-1ncw Judicial Dis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 28 December 1874

L oaiendaii moit ib?c. s tmmii Sill i 5 a 7 8 D 10 unit 11.13 11415 l(i 17 IS It M:i 22 2.121 i7.it n 21 H rs ai iip.MS.aavM 123.21) 2728593031 ra.. Aug. 7 8 It 1(11112 1.1 tl'Jl Id 17.18 1920 Bl Olllll 1213 II in f YJia'iiv-Wni 1.1 10 17 18 1920 21 21 2223 JI2SaiS"l -Ml .1. i.l. I. .1 ' 22 232IU272a Mar. sept 2J.T031 ...... II it 4 O 7 1 01(111 12 IS ...... I 2 .1 A n 7 8 o in! llilJ 10 171? It ni IZ 1.111.11 16 17 19 312122 23 21 Il'l2.!i'l BUST 232330.. Apr.. ... IS' Oct.. . ........ I . e n 7i x1 mo JI 1 It 1 u M 121111 1.1 K 17; IS 111 S) 21 22 2121 lli'll 12l.l1l'll 1718111312112223 2l23ai2728f3 30 2j'M27.M2-J31..l May. 2 N'l ' ' 'I! 8 nluMHIllIll NOT. .. 1 7 8 'is'it'i l(lll2l.1 icli7iisrj'jaiv2 23 2 1 25 20 2728 2 O.V"T I I . .. I.IVI0 1718 11120 21 22 212123 22 21 223 027 121130. i..r. .. Jane. . . "i ?'! nl til moil II n I" ii I.iumri7i8i9 12 11 1113 10 17 118 19 20 2122 232123 120 2723 20 T'11 1.. ZI7ZZ3ZIZ3-U pil8innl..l..)..i GENEKAL lUtEVITIES. A Gukkn Hay girl committ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 January 1875

55S55SH559R3EHEJHi ' -u.fif wV v - ' INTELLIGENCER-ECHO A. B. NORTON Texas is Too Mucli Governod by Conventions. rKOPRIETK. VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 583. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS JANUARY 4 1875. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. 12. : " A . IWPt'i'o.t rf'K hi A. t v" &ft 'jv rt .i1 i t ri h. . Mrurjwi f. SM i l. . O-l a.! V'(n -S.Iti r s .c . HALF AN HOUR BEFORE SUPPER. "So elio'a licro your utiltnou n Dulclnci Tlio lndy you met on tlio train And you rcnlly IjcIIcvo sho would know you If You wcro to meet hor nffninl'" "Of courso" ha replied! "alio would know ino; Tliero novcr wb womankind yet rorgot tlio effect alio Inspired; sho excuses llut docs not forget." "Then you told her- your lovo? " naked tho elder; Tlio younger looked up with a smllo; "I snt by her Bldo half nn hour wlint Was I doing tlio whilo? "Wlmtl sit hy tho stdoof n woman ns fair as Tlio suu In tho sky And look somowhero clso lest tho dnzzlo fliieli From your own to her cjo? 4 'Jo ; I hold Unit tho speech of tho tonguo ba As frank nnd ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 January 1875

V- tSk M. IIE" ' yyg'fW'm i jwnmrvtmjjr2A.wmiiv.'Mi.ri KvirirvssfmjKnsjLtvK INTELLiaENCER-BCHO. fr-t- 1 I I I f f f i h "13o Just aid ?r 2?ot." sSJ ZeSsr" .A. B. NORTON - -- isjmsass: rdltor. Monday Jan. i 1875. Chri.stir.iti' Turkeys Bolt! tit 7 r.picc:iiii Lay C'niccs Now Mexico Pretty f-tt'Pj) that ! c "Atitioiptiling rcsinlnncii" I lliat a iogal grotiiul (or taking the life Of n'lintri'jn lifcing ? 3-tOOjbairel-i of wine have been made in the counties of Bernalillo Valencia itntl SocorroNuv Mexico thia sensom lti-ador tlu'oti ever think thai it costs labor tinio and money to pnblidh a new.-paper and that it in your duly (o fcilbtcribo and pay promptly fur it? M.iil rob'iera arc depredating lijion the sliigflcoaolicH nbnnt Fori . Union and otlier pointa in New Mexico. They take a special lik- ing ulsoto lliiozprcns pin lingo. Willi 187-1 (he days of cxtrava- pMHco"inDAmcriea have ended and 1875 ualicr3 in an era of economy. Let us have real retrenchment in Btafo nnd Nation among ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 January 1875

.. 1 H " TT'YimttI&i"'kkr If. . fc it mw mm 1 L if I m INTELLIGfENCER-EGBO. M r f r .- f f-rff f- Itf'SlXESS NOTICK.-rnjmcnt In ndianco JJJO a jcnr; Bin. months $160? Adicitlrmcnt Jll JO per square cncli subsequent Insertion "5 c'ls. I'os.tw.hteui nnd I'rlcnds nro authorized to net cs Aiicnts. '. W. C. PAKrn TI mop I'akcii m n.l'i.ATT nn1 O. 11. ItomsTJUt Ksqinro mithorzcd Agents at Austin. Until wo can proildc a ultfibl? ollicc ndurtlscrs mid correspondents can nddriss jMFi.LinTNCUf Kcno lhroiiili tlio l'ostofilcc. Local and Light. Fedcm! District Court ingoing on and tho'UKiiiil bufincw being tliopatclicd. Excessive colli wcithcr nnd bid rotils liavociitdown.biisincss to zero. Vr.ttY lew peunlo in from tlio country rcsMin : too cold to lent homo unless com- pelled. Many Immigrant striving. Tlio May- or Una many call for roller. There is ncc- ensatily inuclt-suflctlng. If every f imily will only mvo tha iec nbout tho premises theu ilnyn they will have plenty to do them all prim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 4 January 1875

ii Wu WIKELER & WI WOK'S NEW NO. 0 SEWING MACHINE. Amcrlcnn Institute JfnxT York JtMlfre' Report Nov. 14 1874. To the Board of Managers : Gemxkmkk After n Aill nnu Impnrtlnl examination of tho articles described tlio undersigned Judges mnko tho following ltKronr (abstract) : Thnt Scwlnc-mnchlno No.130 (Whcolcr & Wilson's New No. 0) was claimed to bo eo great an Improvement both upon the well-known family mnchlno mndo by tho samo company and upon nil other sewing-machines as entitled It to recognition as n new mid valuable Invention Under these circumstances nn extremely thor- ough nnd mlnuto examination became both desirable nnd necessary not only of Its novelty but of tho skill and workman- ship manifested In tho fitting nnd adjust- ment of nil Its parts. Wo lmvo risen from such examination with nn nmplo convic- tion that tho claim In nil Its essential features Is well founded. At tho commencement of our examina- tion wo wcro provided with rcvernl com- plete sets of all tho...

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