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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 11 January 1875

isfasriirr : ifVv E?iH sjXH&gpL (S- r AXAi. 'Sri - .C-ZtlT'S-f-' . -T!..-?jihT: 6 J. a X 'J4 's(fe!d . 1aj . . A Hi i INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. '1 iTt -$ "itii.Vir iffl2$v! -i4w ta A. It. KORTOX Texas is Too Much Governed by Conventions. FKOFKIETOR. VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 584:. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS -JANUARY 11 1875. NEW SERIES.-VOL. I.-NO. 13. i w vttasM&ii &&-'vmM l A ttmm ' ) irai yi017iY. nv M.UAunTii Aliens am.es. This child lny sick on her tlrcsomo bed J Jlcr fncoMimwliltciidlnnil draw n w Itli pain And her mother Borrow cd nnd sadly anld Whilo tears fell fast on tno ifolden head : "All mo will sho over ho wcllagalu'r" Tlio hint outsldo on tho w indow-elll Sunir loud a Joyful and merry strain; Jtc necked at tho Klaus w Itli Ills jellow hill Ho danced and w urhlcd w 1th Kind good w 111 ' Como out of doors and bo w ell again I" Tlio boo nlungod In at tlia open door And humped his forehead against the pane Jlrlv-lit wero tho golden 1 ln?a ho w 01 o Ho blitzed on tho ctiliujr tli...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 11 January 1875

WtOM INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. H l--t-H--1-4-4- -I I I ! 'To Just ar.d ?cir ITcl." A. B. NORTON - Editor. Hominy .Tun. 11 1675. To become n "lyraiit" cNcoutii your duties according to your mill). Laws for the punishment of frime aro of Utile avail un!os the public sentiment requires nnd coin- pels their enforcement. "Tadpoles" played the wild with Republicanism' in Missouri and thevatne disease has been' scatter- ing Republicanism in Texas. Tu tlio olden time "two dollars a day and roust beef" was deemed high wages how now with the large snlaiies and lift lo worl ? If oflioo-holdt'is will work as unremittingly and hiboiionsly as (lie farmers do there will not ho s i much complaint from the Gran- gers. o To become "infainous"ruisoyour voice as a freeman for the enforce- ment of law the- preservation of life and (he maintenance of order in the count rv. Long bottled up wrath will now burst forth. Grant and Sheridan will be denounced by the Legisla- ture ai.d yet they will not give' up their...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 11 January 1875

-- tr-rJb I ff y &&? v? v v : fHHb i -sHBH itrw Wt&.W& urafrylOlifSi v I I V ) i INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. Y- r f- -h-f-f---3 irUSlNKSS XOTICi:. l'nymont In advance (2. "On year) Klij months $1 CO. Advertisement. t)l 60 per square cneh subsequent Insertion 7ft c'ts. I'OHTMASTr.m nnd Mends arc authorized to net. n Alfctitfl. I). W. C. UAKf.n IllDOR l'ACII.l. lU'LATT fltlll (!. 1. BorniTr.r.R Kq nro ntitliontd Audita nt Austin. Until wo enn protldo n miltiiblo office ntivertbera au.lt orrwppiidcnts can ntfdrcss jNTU.uoE.Mia- 3:cno through tho I'ostofucc. Local and Light. Cheap brmrding-iiouscs should not be sought by those who receive 8 n day from the public crib. Such cold weather as wo have bad recently beats out the. recol- lection of the oldest inhabitant. What legislation will bo had up- on the Temperance question? Will the Hi'nrcsQUtativea act in the mat ins nt. nil. up leave things to take their usual and wo might say nat urul course? Will the School lav be amend- ed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 11 January 1875

; I'l GENERAL BREVITIES. TwBNTYrotm greyhounds of choice breed were recently sold In Kiiglnnd for upward of $7030. This Into Barry Cornwall doctored not long'bcfbro hi dcalh that It was wlillo Roliifr to business on an omnibus that ho wroto nil his poem?. ... Utah yielded $10000000 worth of the precious inctnla In 1874. which Is double the vnluo of all that wero mined In 187.1. M. JUncm who was tho superintend tint of tho late prison of Marshal Dnznlno has been appointed In tho satno capacity for tho Jails at 1'au. At n recent salo of antiquities In Edin- burgh two of tho bones of Uoburt Ilruco were sold for " and ono of tho vertebno or William tho Lion for 5 10s. It Is generally known that among many trades In Kuropono work Is doiio on Mon- days. Dr. Boyd preaching on behalf of tho hospitals ii Devonshire In Kxctcr lately calculated that the loss to tho work- people engaged In tho woolen manufac- tures tho totton trndonnd thobrlek-laylng trade alone by "Idlo Monday" ntuounted to 7....

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 18 January 1875

A. 11. NOKTOX: Texas is Too Much Governed by Conventions. . & 'MPRfSK?' - TOL. XL-WfiOLE NO. 585. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS 3ANUA11Y 18 1875. NEW SEllIESVOLriTNOrr " ' ' 9L II' I W m. ' ism.M amm BB8WHSJ J' 6 I!.' r 1 I e w J V THE. TEAR'S TWELVE OMLDREN. ! - January.' UJ- tho -raj' '" ' I-Iko mi ola pilgrim worn nnd Rrny y ntcucs tlio enow nml shivering bIrIu As tho Vila curlew niaunil hltn files ; . Or liutltltetl underneath n tborn Sits prnylng-fortliolingoring morn Febru'trj- bluff nml cold O'er furrows striding Bcorns tlio cold And trull Ills horses two nbrenst . ' ' Jinking Uio Keen plow do his behest. Hough Mnrcli comes blattering down tho road In his wrntliy Jinnd tlio oxon gond J Or nltlln'roughnndnngrylinsto Scatters tho seeds o'er tho tlnrk wasto. April n child 1ml f tenrs hnlf smiles. Trips lull ol little plnylul wiles; And laughing 'ncnlliliur ralnbowhood. Seeks tho wlkt.vlolcta In llio wood. Mny tlio bright mnldcn singing goes To whero tlio snowy haw thorn bW 8 Watching tl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 18 January 1875

INTILLiaiNCIR-ECHO. i i i i i i i i i i-q "miutanirMryot." A. I. NOHTOM. Editor. Monday -Jan. 18 1875. J. D. Logan has ceased to edit the Ploasanton Slock Journal. Gov. Davis odious police system is being sharply patterned after by Gov. Coke. It matters muchly whether tho ox that gores is youra or mine whether culled democrat or radical is in power 1 A company of police has been and is and will continue to be sta tioned in DeWitt county to keep the peace. Will not some of J he denouueers of "despotism and ty ranny" indignate over it ? Wood' Household Magazine for November received last week and December and alo January num- bers came close upon the heels. Where have the earlier numbers been ? Why had the milk ceased to flow ? What's in the wind now that it is called Wood's Illustrated Magazine and seeks to renew our acquaintance ? It looks rather neat and pretty and is decidedly cheap at $1 per nnnum. Why not take it for the girls? Thanks to Governor Coke for a ropy of his message a...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 18 January 1875

C.J.C fel? 4 it- tj -to j. -k. i A i s m aJ-l r-' lair 1 1: 1 ?a I dr T- ? r ftr W-WWPW!"5!W" mTELLiaENCER-ECHO. BC8INKBB NOTlCK.-l-eatln advance. &0 a year! Blx. months $1 SO. AdvertTseoicnt 11 (0 per enuare each aubscqucnllnsertlon ISctsr nn.uiii iM.j.n...kj.. PoaiMAaTanii And Fricnde are- authorized to act asAgsnts. - D. W. C. Baker nmoPAacttALn.ItATTan.l .. t... . u... . .i j . i . IX K BOMHTLtR Eaoa.aie autliorzcd Agcntsat Austin. Until we can nrorldo a suitable office advertisers . . . . and correspondents can address I Yrr - LuaEicaa - Ecno through tho l'ontoDlcc. Local and Light. Marty cattle died on tho pralrlea during the recent cold apell. The appointment of J. P. Alexaridor na Poit Waster nt Fort Worth wo learn gircs gencrai satisfaction to the citizens of that burgh. We had the pleasure of meeting the other day our old typo friend Wcs. Iled- ricic of Wcatherford who was returning home from n Northern trip. lie wan for several yearn Slierifl' of Parker coiintvand one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 18 January 1875

y Tn applo crop of Conpectlcut In 1874 was worth $2000000. ' KtanT hundred thousand moro women than men In Kiiglnndl Two secretaries of the British Le jration nt Vienna aro soorKto marry American Indies. The BccrotarleA are brothew and arc reputed to bo "exceedingly rich." In a pamphlet by Dr. Carter Blnko It Is said that tho lakes In the) northeast of Ice- land aro surrounded1 by primrose-colored mountains of puro sulphur. HirrocnATES taught that tho heat of tho body was Innate and caused life appetite etc. lntcad of what Is true tho reverse. For 1.G0O years this falso doctrine pre- vailed. Srwahd Is about tho only man of much consequents whose gravo Is not neglect- ed. A monument with "Ho was faithful" on it marks tho plpco wherp ho lies In the cemetery at Aiibtirn.' ' Dt.tvifn nnn'vivn. n wMl-known Bos ton architect; has Just died on tho day of tno luncrai 01 nis who no pcnijf uujram old and shO'J37 and thqy having lived to- trcthcr 07 ycarsV Sixteen and V. half million founds of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 25 January 1875

i. i vwn. r v $ $mK vfc&j F9 . I . ' 3& W. rM Mjl saj$m1AL as" ' :viLr iw Ji.iv.1..' I w m .(.J' V ' litoi'-i r ztt r 1 1 tti'mn.jar r- jlffi'herstaj Mf; 'illgtOl ...i.A?1.T thecou a." 'jirj A. II. NORTON VOL. XL-WHOLE NO. 586. M3 EVERV-DAY DARLING. Sin: Is neither n lieauty or Bcnltio Anil no ono m ould cnll her a 1o i Inn trow A of other women Slio would ilrw no stranger' cyesj V.in B wlio loo lier nro puzzled To eny wliero Iter )ireclouncR3 Ilea ! Elio Is ustnnccry-(lnr darling In Hint her prccloUsncss llci. Shu Is porrr when others nro sorry boeneetly ono likes to bo sad ; And If peoplo nromnl her nro merry Slio Is almost gl uldcr thin glad. Her symintliy Is tho sw West 'llio truest n heart erer linil Bho Is lust nn ovcry-dny ilnrllnp Tho dearest tho licait over liai S: Her hands nio so wlilto and little It seems ns If It Were vriong Tlicj should ever work for a moment And j ct they nro milck nnd strong. If nny dear ono needs helping Sho will work the whole day long They...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 25 January 1875

INTlLLiaENCER-ECHO. -4-1 i I I I I I I I -a "St Jut and Fur Not." A. B. NORTON. - Editor. iiowiuj 3uj.. 25 1875. By putting oil tho calling of a Constitutional Convention till fall the Legislature will be able to pro- long ita besaion. Lieut. Governor Hubbard has Bguin been delivered nnd of n hprigbtly little creature; and yet hia rotundity is not reduced. Ban- dugea were not properly applied by the Democratic doctors. We would prescribe an International abdomi- nal bond and one of Allcook'a patent porouc planters. 1875 being the "off year" in politics our readers will Dave less of that kind of talk and vastly more of general information for men and women of all parties. Lot all who want a good family news paper brimful! and overflowing with Texas nutters subscribe for the IXTKM.IClEXCER-EcnO. ' m m 8t. Nicholas Soribnes IEc&tj ted Magazine for Girls and Bay conducted by Mary Maples Dodge is increasing in interest. Only $3 is required to give to the little folks in your family t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 25 January 1875

S asHhnrl r: WtTQtKt S' ?m itztymte Of i "V&iiz&miaxr- W7 m hi' MM? ft'UfcUMMMnx mTELLIGENCER-ECHO. frl I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I IE nuaiNEBS NOTICE. Payment In advance StO a year; Blij months (1(0. Advertisement 01 60 per square each subsequent Insertion 75 c'ts. rosTUASTERR and rrlcnds aro authorized to act M A Kent J. D. W. 0. nAREnninoEPAFCHAi.n.rtATrand 0. E. Doesstier IBqsro authorzed Agents at Austin. Until wo can proIdo a suitable office advertisers and correspondents can address lNTF.LLtOEriCF.n- ECHO tlmnir;.! tho 1'ostolHcc. .Local and Light. The facta In regard to tho action of Pres- ident Grant In Louisiana matters will bo learned by reading his mcsingo to the Ben- ate of tho United States. I'otwithstanding Its length it nhould.bo read by nil and moro especially by those who have been quick to censure. As President how could he act othcrwino upon tho facts as presented? Would it have been better to wait until scores or hundreds of men should bo murdered in New Orleans? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 25 January 1875

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Special MemniRDof thnPrctliltnt In Itef- erence to IoriUlnim AflVilr "Wasiiinotox Jan. 1.1. Tlio President's messago on Lotilslnna nfl'nlrn Is ns follows: To the Senate of the United States: I Imvo Ilio honor to make tlio following on- vis n to n Sennto resolution or tlio 8lh lnilant nsklng for Informational to nny Interference by nny lnllltnrv ofllrcri r nny part of tlio nrmy ortho-United Stnte.i with tlio orgnnlzn- tlon or proractlliMfs oftho General Afticinbly of tlio Stato orj.oullntin or cither brnncu thereof nnd nlo Inquiring In rennl to the ex- istence of nrmedorjrnnlznlloii't In that section hostile to tlio Government thereof mnl Intent on overturning Mich Government by force. To pny that lawlessness tiirbiileiico mnl bloodshed havo characterized tho political af- fairs of that Stato slnco its organization under the ltecoiistrucllon nets is only to repent what has become well know as part of Its un- happy history; but It may bo proper hero to rcrcr to th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 8 February 1875

Y"N v f ? C jtiX.' --. -'.f. INTELLXGEMCER-ECHO. 'V &? u HMk!&.v -r JXtffW v A. II. MHtTOX Texas Ih Too much OuTcrttcd by C'oiiTcnttoim. inoiRiirroir. t Tl VOL. 11 WHOLE NO. 586. AUSTIN CITY .TEXAS FEBRUAET 8 1875. NEW SERIES VOL. 1 NO. 16. if -y !- iw"in ri i r. i Toft1 i"4 5352 3te& "Ml .Vt 1 gi ft . BR y r s: 7" m yA l J 'vvM ' INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. -t-1 i i i i i 1 i i -a "BeJustanimrKot." A. B. NORTON Editor. U.IJiiT Henry L. Dawc6 member of Congress from Massachusetts has just been elected United States Sen- ator A good man forj the Bay .State. m Wallace Vice Piesident of tlie Texas and Pacific Railway who visited this section nut.long since is the foittmntc man for the United K-atesJSunalor from Pennsylva- nia. The father of the sentiment "Treason should he made odious and traitors punished" has been elected United States Senator by (he Democratic Legislature of Ten- nessee. Jo up Andy. lCmiott rxrui.M(iKNc:uit-E:iio : Ymi arc well known to be the -W 4ij.ird.int fri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 8 February 1875

9T 4 A. n. XOnTON Proprietor. AUSTIN CITY T . TEXAB. OHRBEKT TOPICS. Tun New York Tribune calls nttcntlon to tlio unprecedented drain ol gold from this country Jo Europe ami thinks fl " gold ihmlno" Is Impending. Tho drain is flow In its' ililfd month nnd hns tnken nearly $20000000 In gold coin and hullion orabout. two-thirds of tlio annual gold production of the country. The commer cial supply ns will ho seen from tho fol lowing statement is much smaller than It has been for many years : Wall ended Amount. Tan. 2.1 1SG9 ;.. $288010 0 Jan. H 1870; ... 30451000 Jnn. SI 1ST1 88620000 Jnn. 20 1872 2700.5000 .Tan. S5 1873. .1 i...; 20372000 Jnn. 54 1874 31730000 Jan. 23 1875 i.. 20l)830M Tho caiwo of tho drain Is found In tho Im- portation of securities mainly United States bonds tho nrlccs of which nro lilirh- ernow in this country than they have been nt nuy.tlmo since the end of tlio war. As capitalists And a 'dlfllculty.ln sccurlnc good Investment? nnd bonds aro always good and safe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 8 February 1875

fiS c. to connnsiywvBEirrs. All communications for this psper should bo no . tuimiuiui-ii uyj.no nnraooi inoautneri nolnoccs. FarlfyJor. publication but ns erldmco ot irood ; ns erldmco ot cood lii RiviiiR names itntl ilntcs to have til letters or iii.i . i'l" -v. -"" v- ?-" w kv Kiiui on ma ran 01 mo wnicr. writt) only on A Jto partlcnUrlT careful jig urea plain And distinct. It-fa-j. a1j I 1 fA. HERE AND THERE. Nomina recalls to the mind of the mar- ried man so vividly the Joys of Ills single life so vividly ns to find that tho baby has been eating crackers In bed. Jlns. QniDLuv Is the oldest woman In . Chicago. She ascribes her longevity to marrying when past thlrty-flvc. That's consoling for Indies Mho havo turned the corner. A itonsK-CAit driver In Chicago gavo u penny over to twdhty different passengers to try their honesty nnd nineteen of them kept the money while tho ono sworo that four cents more were duo him. An evil-minded boy In Brooklyn pro- pelled a snow-ball at his au...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 8 February 1875

U- - l"3 INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. "vrrrrrrzr.i.'. .v . ttt" JJkaHXI.CrJ KUIH.li. irjmciu in auvanix l0 jr;BI.troMl. M. Adv. rtl.e mem II W)rrjiri i.h'iiWii"iH''irilon7Jc'i. j pniTMAiTriia and Krlcnde are auiliorlnd toct at irrtf. I). W. C. H 1st lltniir Pachai H.n att ami 0 K. DomnlU" Kene.Mr until rrd AgrMi Rt Analln. Vnlll wocn pr.-.TlU t Mill dlc iMf ndurtlrcra aidrviT..p.tilint. tMi a-l'rlTi i.tini-cin-Kcmo tlin uh the Pin n-r. Local and Light. From the ui1ilMnr the " I'nlud rtirteol ruhlioliiu; tiimn.iii1M .St.. I.i I'liiretvity ji" Nvw Y'irk ooiiiii' an intrrcating itliiitir nii'lnl " A llitory of the New York IoiuIm: ita S.uuta and Myaterlw." liiauiued by rjamni'l A. Mackecvcr and Jamca B. Mix fruiu f.ctn coiitrlhuied by Mr. Chnrlc-1 -niton for many year in u- Vremertmtrol of the prison lt Warden. The work ia mot thoroughly iiitiiwlllig outlining a It docs lilnturica of all the noted criminal that have been locked with- in the wall of that gloomy building from U'Tcarlicsl yefthTto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 15 February 1875

mitifr9qmmm w iyii la ApiaaufuwjtaM .: -' viAf-5 Aft. " INTELLIGENCER-ECHO A. II. XOUTOX Texas Ih Too AZiicU Gbivcrncd by Conventions. PROPltlUTOIt. VOL. 11 WHOLE NO. 587. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS FEBRUARY 15 1875. NEW SERIES VOL. 1 NO. 171 X.J.LSMMKWSHa iJe m T v S'mS&iiifmtlmr mm INTELLIOTGER-ECHQ. I 1 1 I I I I I I 1 l'3 "Bo Just and Fear Not." i A. B. NORTON - Editor. Another engrossing question Is Andy Johnson a Simon-pure Democrat ? "Strike but hear" Before you strike let us whisper but a word "Appomattox." An absorbing question "Will Gov. Coke veto 'the compromise International subsidy bill? o- Can an out-spoken Union-loving Jackson Democrat be counted a good Southern Democrat ? o The dead lock in- Congress no longer exists- -the civilrights bill has passed the House of Represen- tatives and Bailor is happy. .n - Old John Brown was censured much by members ol Congrcss.and now John Youiip; Brown has been ' publicly censured by Congress. - . "Wo would suggest to tho Dallas ITa-ahl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 15 February 1875

1 4 f ptcMigcum'-lw A. II. N0I1T0X Proprlflor. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS. OUBBEKT TOPICS. Tin: .English Parliament reassembled on tlio nth. In her speech the Queen says that the finances arc In a satisfactory con- dition. The trade of the country has somewhat fallen short lml (hero has been general prosperity supported by an excel- lent harvest deductions of taxation have led to n steady increnso in consumption ol tho. necessaries of life and such articles as contribute to the revenue. Tlio Queen re- commends the repeal of the exceptional Bhtfutcs in relation to the peace ot Ireland nnd the enactment of laws for tho transfer ot land and reconstruction of tho judica- ture. Sho also recommends the passage of acts for tho Improvement of tho dwellings of tho working classes; for tho consolida- tion of sanitary laws; to prevent tho pol- lution of rivers ; and for the establishment ot an ofllco of public prosecution. AcconniNO to tho Washington corres pondent of tho St. Louis Democrat n recent In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 15 February 1875

- -tHifjijjr v ;! i . f8323fe i to connrsrosiEHTs. All communlcntloiiBforthlspapor should bo fie. eomiuiiilcd I)jr tlio nnmo of tho author: notnccos curtly for liuMlcMlon but na OTltlenco of Rood 01 mo -Tntcr. wnto only on ncr. Ho tinrtlnnlnrlv rjirffni InRliliisninicsnnii ilntcs to havo all letters or Iii llli ontlio rmrt or Clio writer. ono smo 01 mo jinncr. Ugitrcs plain and illstlnit. THE SINGING LESSON. I1V JEAN IN0EL0W. A nlghtlngnlo mtulo n mistake: Slio sang n few notes out of tuno ; Ilcr henrt wne rcftjy to lircnk Ami sho lilil licrsclf from tlio moon And wrung her claws poor thing llut wns f nr too proud to t penk I Sho tucked her hend under licr wing And pretended to ho asleep. A lurk nrm In nrm with n tlirnah Came sauntering up to tho placo; Tho ulghtlngnlo felt herself hlusli Though feathers hid her fncol Sho know they had heard her song She felt thorn snicker and sneer; Sho thought this llfo w as too long And w Ishcd sho could skip a j car I "Oh nlghtlngalo" cooed ttdo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 15 February 1875

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