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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 February 1875

'"a?" 'it ' INTELLIGENCEH-EOHO. "Sv A. M. XOHTOX Tcxns In Too itZueU Governed by Conventions. PKOPBIETOn. ws VOL. 11 WHOLE NO. 588. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS FEBRUARY 22 1875. NEW SERIES VOL. 1 NQf 18. JVM '1XBS7 W- i mm mm wrm VB an W- Ww tf '& I fT4Vf?A' KWU imi POETItY. Tlio 1'rico of Truth. Great truths nrc dearly bouglit. The com- mon truth. Such ai men give nnd tfike from clay to lay Comes in the common wnlkn of daily Ufa Blowri hy the cureless wind acros our way! (heat truths are greatly won; not formed hy chance Nor wafted on the lircatli of Klimmer draaiu; Itut grnnpeil in the great struggle of the foul Jliird buffeting nith adverse ttind and stream. Wiung frotu the troubled spirit iu hard hniim Of vrealncKi solitude perchance of pain Tnilh cprlnKs like lmrvcht from the uell- And Ike coul feels it Imh not wept in vain Biaatvan.tttcregcKiscBgwyj!g7Aii-JW.M Iwakuru saw nothing in all his travels o astonishing as the changes that occurred in Japan during his absence. A coiip't of ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 February 1875

tmvnMmntmn ujj! I'LiAJ. mmm l! 1 I? INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. 4-1 I I v I I I 1 I H3 "3c Just and Tow Hot." A. B. NORTON - - Editor. WoTH'ny- 11. 2 ?. iwru The riii that has no end The uh-idv lobby. The To-ns G inuid Gift Conccrt- T'ii' State TicitMaSure T i lr:"P ii "o'i(1 nowoinnr Par for it nml yet your neighbors to pay for ft. To invest your money with no pure rcturnr Fork over yourtithn to the tax collector. An 18'il figure of pppech repro- duced by Gov. Coke "Tlic iron heel of despotic power." The 22il of February' in one of our Nalional holidays. Wherever loyal men live it is honored and observed in becoming stylo. ' What about tiio Nrehes and An- .ire1iniibig swindle? Will the Leg- islature investigate or are there too ni:inv Democratic handa in the . The crack of the overserr'B whip is nn longer heard in the. South but (hi; IJernld recommends that a Tex- as Congressman use hu quirt in the hall of Congress ! or. What amount of "litish money" has.tii'en paid by the International ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 February 1875

$ 1 il'iiitiTMi iii n r - -tit 1 7 i.. is :' '. r- i? i 1 INTELLIGENCEft-ECHO. H I -I 4 1 1 -r-t --1-3 llUaiN'KSS NOTICK.-l'njmcnt In tiilvnnir fciMIn jrnrj Bit) month $1 SO. AiUortlnimcnt. $1 60 pr-r sqnnrc ciicli piilufr-qnciit Insertion 7t c'l. I'omtm VTrim ntnl I'i Inula nrc iiullit.rlVc.1 to net n Apr-utr. Until wc- cm proil.le n rultnl1o ofllcp nilurllT ninl corn rynn.li nta can mlilrir JSTri.M(Hcin' Kcno tlimuiili tlio I'ntofllcc. Tlio Alcxnnilrin Piilnce near London which was destroyed hy firo Inst year litis been rebuilt. "Behold the. fowls of the air" not of the barn: "Behold the li- lies of the field' not of the gar- den. His honor the Mayor of "Fitch- liurtr. 1ina hud his balnrv fixed nt ?60Dnyear he to do his own washing. To whnr bn" uses may wo onmo at fast? Julius Orespr is n vptoriinry surgeon nt Port Hope Canadi. A Brooltlvn Doreas Rnniolv fine rosips one dollar for enoli nflTenso. Thoproppedo Mill be used to pay the national debt. Tn Nevada chiehpn fiahls nrp lipid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 February 1875

INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. VereMmll tho Pwaa the people ligliU maintain UbrxkI by Influence nml unoribed by gain; H-ri-l'AUliitTruliriU'tfluriciUhprefeiitKUtnw Vtedirwl In lb UuloB.LIlivrly and Ijiw" PIIIMMXH tf .IOII OFFICE Cmi.-f.--.it Et.i asji JSvcamoiikKiueiiu. $2 50 givi'H to your family tlivuewH for a your provided you w.u d the inoni-y for Norton's Union iNTiLLIOENCKn. STAU communication!) on bunlncfn. or lor publication ahotlld be nddrcwcd to A'. H. MORTON Dallas City Texti. TmMS Invariably cah in advance. I'lKt-mnBtcrc and Friend nro nuthuri7.cd lu act na agent for till" paper. BUSINESS NOTICES. .Iihcilim'tuctit anil communication can lieMMit to UK through tbe Pout Oilice. Tlw following Kentlcmtii are authorised In act n axentf : J imiM llontly II. L lUv Unlln. H. 11. .Mil liken J. H'.Hidrick Jxinse McMuhnn .1. I. uVrrv R. F. Boydntun A. 11. JoiillHOll J. F. Jcmiing j. (;. Kioih M. W. Packer '.)4pt. II 'J. TholllpSOIl M . W.iley (!. W. Uauii J. T. Chandler K. F. White J. II'. Joh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 1 March 1875

MW i rift r INTELLIGENCER- Texas 1h Too MuciidoTCi-ucil by Conventions. A. 1J. IVORTOSf fVOL. 11 WHOLE NO. 589. AUSTIN CITY ifeXAS MA.BCH 11875. NEW SERIES-VOL. I 5 ' 'JK .c i '-it ECHO . "- - u ? ' Fat y-1 i - ' - . ; r-t-srv! ' nim-n-'-'-- : rvar.ij." p '" v 1-: i . -- iKOiniET$m. -m iV -.. :-i 1 1 -yfr aflpomyw lwjiw etthi IWTlWBryffW m 'A5.. 1 t ' mBa 3 i'i1Wir 7 t -si u. )W- M is kSfi 1at fcrw-TTr.rtrv 1 It " ""T .'iv '.iSfaffliWtfi wit 71fflFW2' rail . sfsaSE fcw vtWBH ; ' ?h MISS' ' l Nwjvc'MHC.' i iUi ' TlfW&l-X .. rflKH i ill 'k.'i t-W.- - f (H r ... Wv ' jt.;.a?i :;l"y . iTr-afflfifi .- ' .-lY.-: I y X I ' .3 fk-Ji . t'wa&t'-Z .b'ii kiSsesSKMhffi wmam wmm v J w ji.m INTEILIGENCER-ECHO. "Bo Just and Fear Not." A. B. .NORTON Editor. Jones has been elected to the United States Senate from Florida. President Grant's message on the Arkansas troubles is f-hort and (Strong for Brooks. t fA large increase of officers and oft high salaries is the fruit of Do- ;;mocratic rul...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 1 March 1875

V '7 I -I ratf ' fufclIigcKcw&clw A. II. SOUTOX Proprietor. AUSTIN CITY TEXAB. OUBBESTT TOPICS. A ornriul order 1ms been lsucd by tlio War Department with reference to carry- ing out tlio provisions of tlio net of Con- gress approved February 10 1875 to pro- vide for tlio relief of persons suffering from tlio ravages of grasshoppers upon the Western frontiers. Tlio following Is an extract: " It Is ordered by tlio President mat tlio commanders of tlio departments of the Platte Jllssourl and Dakota shall cause tho distribution to be made as soon ai practicable and causo to be mndo nn en- rollment of the inhabitants of tho States and Territories within theso departments who have been rendered destitute by tlio ravages aforesaid which enrollment will ns far ns practicable group families to- gether giving tho names of each person entitled to relief children under twclvo years old to bo rated separately. Appli- cants for supplies should mako a state- ment ou blanks furnished them of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 1 March 1875

J -FUR?' SK ' ' WMHIW8BBBBB Hy "-. . - . iS l.yj lh IV Mll f h "yisr- SflSWII M'teljlffiWTOPffj'j'BnwlJ .ii RS! rft -7-r-irr4m icmiii fflWI&m' bio; mm .! mill! on tlio 5 ofthJ writVTlW?f P0'1 A Valentine. (For my .WHO Sireclliairt La Fee Blanche.) Tun worry bdla go singing by The hills are whlto nnil drc-ir And nil nlono and tad I 0l Ami watch tho skies grow cle r; imr fur nwny from he.0. Across n urn ....?.. t$E ''A" 8r".fil almrn nil nthnr Invn .( ivl.lf.il I..1... ..-11-t ' niBHUIIMUJT B11I11U I ? X frel tho clinging arms onco more i Tho ilcnr voice comes mra.n i.'l Tim TlOflt alitt tlnii nnwAio 1.. .. ;j$j. Oh hit joy or pain '-if onco uiou nrt gono nnil I Mono 4 To dreams Biiclulrcnms in Tntn? 'M r w Tor mo lno snow. bolls gnyly ring r I t ... ......v. wiv iui--ciiii;o(;iiv j ?il Torthoo tliomock-blnls shrilly sing l.v X With ornngo-blooms lor snow. " Thy Spring Is thoro nnil every whero' But mlno Ilea long ngo. A weary waste of sea and lnnd Between us lies to-day ; Icinnot...

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

Si M i H c u 1 J It m ra im 9 : !. 3-1 jar-i- MS kl rTTOTT?.T.T.Ti!tt?lv'iftfD VAtM uuuuuiuu;wuid"uuv lK-f-fH--f-H--H WtglNfCS'NnTlrK.-ri.jimnt In mlvrineo i-JWa jcnriWj inoii'' Jl-w. iH-rrlfi-tnifnl 1 1 l per quim. cm Ii i Vcqm-nl Iimi rllon "5 c'tis IVrtMACTrin wi.l IMu.J" iirt- milliorlioj la net h .Ljfi tii. . l.i.'lll ire cm m Me u milti Mn -fil -c nil ten Ik m ml rurnfpoinli-i.ti. i mJ.iih-iIsti i.i.Hir.NCi XCIIIMIirniiRll till- IV-tMtt. " "Aigj.si.v dnziii for a do!!. !" is tliu iiis.iiip.i u mi a xin in Ant'cni;tif (tit . . . .iV'Hroril.iyii iliiin w.ir hltlrd in IJar.Ooiii by a mp.i with wliici !in wusholfi'ii1' a r ii'iinw (lNcii-i(ii Jti Miokr''Mj;np(':)i put-iii-K-v vn-r nupi'itw'il nl 50000. Mr. l woKc iu! vu(;Ul for the Miuiil A Xs-livillc siair'ndvcrtifcd lor 'a ln J-i inti man wh tmdor.-itands Ihmv lu run a ititiii'i'.'' . . -.- . .. Thoimh cremation bo adopted the undertakers will yet continue to live upon their Iioiicm urmngs. i The Peoria woman who wanted to throw...

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

-tW "C"" . -V - 9L '! - -tfai V tv- CXAaT .Kl( prc(.M ft m MU INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. "r!sil ."w -yrv - l Jv MSmR- rr- F" ff5li. 11 WHOLE NO. 590. iilliyMMii i - a -t?""? . I 1 ifTELLIGENCEE-ECHO. r ' ' mWm "Bo Jus' ttn4 Fcar Not'" ill - vlrll. A" B' N0RT0N' " Edltor f n ' w&l ffiljlil ''.' ' mini ;;j I' l)l)cnl1 in iniquity and sin is the I' JI'tilTOianwho takesa l)aPor for vcara ; - V lund icfuscs to pay for it. $' jl$ML T$ - cnllec Eessin of tno U S. iVlwW 'Sonatc is now in session. What CifJMmBr ' good will come ot it Tcmir Is Too Much docrncl by Comontloiw. VltOMUETOH. AUSTIN CITY TEXAS M A.BCH 8 1875. "Hnrd times" is'tho usual pica for stopping a ucwspnpcr or keep- ing children from school but nev- er cuts off tho supply of whisky tobacco or other "The dead dog of tho White house" lias been galvanised into life bv the Democracy and will occupy the place ot the one who pressing surprise the landloid ex- tiuth of which be vouches: Austin of whom 711 arc white gentleman with his ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 8 March 1875

.1? 4 13 . I Itf Ji" L-f f u f.v A. B. KOnTOX Proprietor. AUSTI.V CITY - TEXA8. OURBESTT TOPICS. A Washington special to tlio St. Louis Dtmocrat of the 20th says : Two very oj- pcltc opinions prcvnll In rrgord to Ar- kansas matters In quarters which aro both ol considerable weight. Some of the most prominent Itcpubllcan Senators un- derstood to bo In full accord with the Ad- ministration express n decided opinion that In case Congress falls to tako any no- tion on tlio Trcsldcnt's messngo in relation to Arkansas that ho himself will tnko no further action in tlio enso after tho ad- journment of Congress but will regard non-action on tlio part of Congress as a disapproval of his views on tho subject. On tlio otticr hand Gov. Brooks and his associates who have had many consulta- tions with tho President do not hesitato to announce their firm conviction that if Congress falls to act tho President will uso tho army to reinstate Brooks after tho adjournment of Congress. Mn. Trkmain who w...

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

5SSHBBHHB5BH9BH55' t j.m 4Wk SBSt V 5TP' W A.V " MMfcfSTpi i?i fi K W m )th W' .Mr Iff & I mm MM Vlts j fop 71 M'm mm mVl !KIXk TOCi'TOW I m?&tfjmmi' i.Hft v. jvi r Tfcv WBi.; Pt.3Af WJmilJ.ACfcUQC mmvMM UmLrItmjMmmamm7.' KJ$sHmmHmEh lfi$liiHv isaK llilaR1 mmmmm iwr.rtawiymtuBatimm .'t')yiwi-.ii';i!AHwwia- iimzmtiM' etii stt iawoua M allHii11 c immimmmx mwmmwsB mMswmmm mmmmmsmm t.kx.1 mwi.vswm mm-mmwfr IKtKfilJWkiK.W.taai!) r-7 A A fii Hfyr fJTK St H J " g- -'-1 '4 i' lki V'- I lb ml 'k i (v to connE.sPosnr.NTB. An eoiWurtlcUo:aior this paper should bo no iTUlonnmooi munuinur nuiin ibllcrttlon but na ovlilcnco of poo) Bart or tno WNIcr nrijo oniyun tfio paper. Ho partlcularlT enrcfnl names ami tliuca to iinvo mi loners or ana airanrt. HERE AND THERE. ire total number of locomotive steam enbuies In.tho world la said to uo 45007 orftvhlcl. 14223 or nearly one-third nro tire United States. asrltatlon of the nucstlon of rcstor- tha duties on teas hits already had an Ion prices w...

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

-r IV M w if-' 13 IK ft if U INTELLiaENCER-EOHO. C-f g -i I i i- I I f-f-3 BUSLvrta .NOTioRiiijmoit in urtTnncc. 2A0n jenr' 6lx .month tM. Adurtl.unoni t60lriq.uniiicliMll!ancntl.crllon(nc nMTjuJCvTEwmndFkiojiiiiiiu liitiioriici to ct tin .irotit? Colli wocnnprotlJriifiilliililcrnliT inhcrtlcr ml rnmvimnilinM can nil1nlM'M Idttllf Kciio tliruuijli tin l'o'lolllcc. An Imjjulluiit S.aimli S.iitfhU nun; "At eighteen marry jour il.i'uglitcr to your superior; nt twen- ty to lier iMpnil ; lint tit thiriy to smivImhIv who will li-ive her." The M.tliaf'jah b'iiuliuui'Hcrec- tinga new' Iu.Im'c at Uuiilinr nllci lio' model of I he (Juvciiiniciit llnii-e in L'ulciuta He Iiuh !)l)00 men ingi'gcd upon the building. The II uImih liny Fur Comjinny ircuiketinj tluii-luiv 'hi- yiar in Kn';lnud. Iiy way I Montreal tlurc fieilig co'mpiratively no Aa- mnnd i'or them iu the United States. V One of the clieetH of the btrin-j-ent'tiincsiii Niw York city ii a lare 'fulling oil' from the usual daily street ...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 15 March 1875

SSLii.-.vfs vtAX j. J l? At STS' 4 BRTui M?tSI .T&r'mTRiK I V Pf INTELLIGENOEB- SW ' ECHO..Mr0 II -" 1 MM. VJVt .vfefi&ttTON fMW MMBMBMMIbS BlraKX Texas is Too Much Govcracil by Convention. MP; 11 WHOLE NO. 591 . AUSTIN CITY TEXAS M ARCH 15 1875. . . VRbPKiExwii. .v t. $ . ' i .: - ' J.t NEW SEBIES.OIi.i NO. 21. V .' :I" ; N :: i "it. v. - teELLiaENCER-ECHO. if-i-i i i i i i i -a 'Bo Just and "ear Hot." r 1 v jHHHHvBV -i -'WM AVr .MM A. B. NORTON "v.-" .' - - Editor. Boston. March !. South Boston Jhemienl wonts uiirucu. ijoss Vfj.uui;. i a Mi I i Bin is the for years .Silvia m iniquity uiui itliWiV w lin takes a naner K".V -. TJMl'.V...ra in rnv CnrYtt. kil 4UH.i)v.i: i. l'J 4.-.. fc If'The. State Grange of Alabama VujUs its first annal fairjat Selma ou tho 27th inet.; it will continue liv! tVays. ;'i!iti-.Ujia and'othcr Suutliem States tvin.:. :aif.:;L.i..:i i... r nc i vi rfivi SW iSbill. ti: Atf&HRnusicr has been upoint. 1 'iiUl.coiilifineil as Collector of ffl. i- -i...

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

&JL. itJ'1... I C351 1-A. ir A. II. KOhTOV Proprietor. AUSTIN. CITY - - TKXAS. OlJRllENT TOPICS. I'm: House bills proposing to admit Colorado nnd Now Mexico IntoNho Union ns States as mncndcil nnd passed by Ibo Senate provide Mint Ithln ninety days niter September 1 1873 proclamations shall bo Issued ordering elections for mem- bers of tho Conventions to Irnino Consti tutions for tlio States nnd (lint tbc elec tions to ratify or reject such Constitutions shall bo held In July 1870. If tlio Consti- tutions be rntlllcd by the people they will bu presented to Congress In December 187(1 nnd If they bu neeeptnblo to Coiigres the Stales Villi bo ndmltted In tlio winter ori8r-7. Substantially Ilia actual odmls-f-Ion of tlio States Is postponed two years In ordor to nfl'ord ample tlmo lor tho peo- ple of each of the new States to frame n well considered Constitution. It removes the question of their ndnilsMon from the excitement of the Presidential elec- tion us neither Statu Is to ho a...

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

r tO. I Z3L J8". .i 1- ml tjwzrzr wv ti.j ihi i I- I I '' I Gas Sifi&cfiwcuv-riw S&J&iiSffimf Vvff o:fVl"BssW0RT0S rroprlelor. .AITStli TEXAS. )UNG AND OLD. The Boasting Hen. irraEonaE coorEn. awl Ko-diivrl" nvounc lien cried. Kite ijtrattlng Ihrougli n bnrnynr wlilc. kfl.diwl ICc-dAWI l'roilononfcnt. In chlcSei'iilom It can't bo bent I ' ' " Y1a WlJl.lmn MHnl ...... .-.in.. if Thatailr linn In town pntilil lnv: So. llttlo chickens fur nnd near rl VMS. UW1 JUUI llUitMO tlllVtl A ()J1V.. . OldHqtlicr liens you needn't sneer; l.tiilliuirAniilifiiJa .. k.xn T ntttinntt "taV HTlMre iiver wna nn egg so -n hlto . nu B frnntlo with Ucllglitl" jj J'Kftjtuwl ICo-ilawl" rang denr am loud V There never witu a lien bo proud j Tho older hens woro gravo n nd etnld. The mid ! ' ' When other cggS are laid - Sixor n dozen nt the most My child you won't euro much to boast. Tour utterance will bo more soothing VfTion laying eggs becames no new thing" Easfrnmiicu ami caucu away ner uroou. J...

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

t rMWk t INTELLiQENCER-ECHO. I I I 1 k I I - BV8INK83 NOTICE. 1'itjmciit In advance tit to a jcar; Six months IW. Advirtlsinunt. tl tO .r squari-each uti quint Insctlluu 7.1 t'ls. Pohwi ti m vul TOYrtili are uuthvrli.il lu act m Igcnta. '. I'MlWecinpMtlleu'inUibl'ofll'r niUerilsirs lid c rrnpoiulml ran iliimu Iini LIutNVlif ! - Xcnu tlrniish the I"o!i u: WhHTMtN TkAS I'Vli. 'Jsili 1875. j Li lti.r IiiLLLIUIMsI 1 iiinuiUcil vim n ui)iiitiiuiii''ut!un Imtii tin l'ur wj'rt mi hero I corns Ymii nl' tin- N irih uiitl fct-t roiu- iluiu ill' tlifidltl nitil ci wuitlicr lint licrc it liu.i liccn nulliiiig but n MiireA-ion of ruins (or the p:i"t two imiiitliH j i riii it '-un uot been very cilil (hut two or three dnyn of cold v.i nt her) hut tin pvuiric h-covcrif.l .ith waifi making traveling lubo-r'ou-uml dibjgnctiljltf. This part of Texas especially the coast coun- try from whence we write posse6s- many advantages over the eastern mid northern portions ot the State. The frost here when the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 March 1875

7 'TVLX ( d- p n INTiLLroBNdER-EOHO ' ..T xry-- n. xoicmx Toxhh it Too 7tili Governed by Coin cut tonn. rnoPRiETOir. : : WHOLE NO. 592. AUSTIN CITYv TEXAS MECH 22 1875. NEW SERIES VOL. 1 NO. 22. W i J 1 u - 5 " J V - 1 - ' "- ' 7 " '.it '.- '1 " . s Wft j ?s w m . . iimmm 1-AH f JSP MB- ftffWgfll WJI w. " r. i r '"'' .dssiwB. Ml i'WK JM8L IK aSr? XfSsl8 ? .k yPWtsi.. I V)HfW '.VM w. ''V tW. IV fi'l' ISfln tt " "HI.. MXJ! 3Ls iA."jiii Hi S .rw WB '1 INTELLIGENCER-ECHO. ?fW -r- I r-l I "--.-rr r W "Bo Just ana Pear Net." B. NORTON Editor. Our Eilitor ia absent this week. Tho LsgUluturc adjourned on tho loth. The Governor signed the Dallas und Sou th western Iluilioiulbill. r o The ed.tors of Kansas propose & visiting text's this spring. m The building of the frontier tcl- grupli Hut? is pro?eshig slowly. The State-Medical Association meet" nl Aittiu April on the 7th ol The imt lovenue of the Donjon l?qsloftke has nveiaged.lo00 foi "nj iu-t sis month". hit lie Men tier W. .1. Lewi-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 March 1875

h u iKf IV t .a. A. I. SOIITOV Proprietor. AUSTIN CITY - - TEXAS. CURRENTOPICS. The London 7W Hcrlln correspond- ent telegraphs thnt the adoption by the Prussian I'm llamcnt of the new ecclesias- tical bill withdrawing State endowments from the Catholic clergy Is considered se cured. All parties except tlio Ultramon lanes and extreme Conservatives have agreed tosupport It. There Is also reason to believe ho says that tho Government Is preparing another measure requiring a test oath from Catholics In tho civil service. who number several thousand and dis missing Jrom tlic employment of the Gov- ernment thoso who fall to give satisfactory assurance of loyalty. Another dispatch from Berlin reports a rumor that the Ger- man Government has demanded the dis missal of (he I'upal Nuncio nt Munich and tho cessation of relations between the Vati can and Bavaria. Tun new postal-cards will bo ready for ucuvery auout tlie middle of April. In color they aro to bo vIoIcMiIiip. Tho bor der and nil ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 March 1875

-U fa- -( g. f7 - JJU l S J th li fc fiV I V mm WlJ! WW M n AY)1 W 11 cv vfT" 5 !J-Oi uffiUI JV 'frfF utcMigeMcv-(Tclw Xjng.'NOUTOS Proprietor. $OI?Y " - TEXAS. Ennagcd. He runs his flneora tlirouirli Ills curls. 44lu'j And showora lita smiles upon the girls j C'U-ho loved no ono dso you know lp'' -Td like thao him for ft beau But he's engaged. nla ores aro llko two stars I sco Gtltfrlng In their brilliancy ; But nh I they do not slilno for mo And that augments my misery .ror no's engaged. I Ioto htm as t lovo my life Would giro tlio'vtorld to bo his wife; But still; hit lovo Is not for mo j no la another's devotee Tea no's engaged. Engaged? Ihuto thovery vronll ' My heart's already too much stirred i rahawlpl'll repent wlint ott le said That I.wlll llvo and dlo a mnld; ' 'Forhe'scngngod. -VMS. A1 l. Jieenlng rott. x . B8yond Recall. -It-tut was a time w hen Death and I Mot fnco to face together: i jraa out young Indeed to dlo -TflHjf -7 "n" "c cumin VI li t-illUV- Y)noBrppjr year a...

Publication Title: Intelligencer-Echo
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Intelligencer-Echo — 22 March 1875

ft i! HI Is IH 4 INTELLIGENCER-ECHO-' - I F I I- -1 -I--1 I f-r-3 IIVHIXFfld XOTI0i:.-!')nicnt In .lvnm.- tJtOn juirj Hlx momlid IM Ailurtkrmcnt l Ml pi r rqiinn inrh Milnn.qwiitlnirtloii 75 .l. I'.ktmiktiihiiiiI Krknl arc KUtliorUcl lo nit I h .v"il- limit rmiproviK'n'iiiiiiiifim-o mUiH.w inlirnppiiiiiiiii !! piMriM litlliluiiLiii Ltno.ihiiti.tii. iv-ii.nk.. i:iH'I !KlAIi o.wijvnox. r md r "I tin-10 .eeiiliveCoin- ii it tee. i In- th'ud iiiinii.il virion nl tin' Ton KtliKuiiil mill Pie-s Ai-fii.-i.iiinn will I '! lu'lil nt HnuMiiit nn Tiii'mIhv. Mny II. IN7"). A I Editors inul I'ulilislifi-in tin Hii'lv t c iuviti'il Id iilti'iuliiiid unite wit!) tin- A-i'iii'Iiiti'in. 15. I). Paiuiuuic. ('. (1 Vixn:i. Si I'M'"!) V. Pie-Milei!.. Too UMlher seonid determined to murder the young gardens and Vr-at us out (if a fruit erop thin M.UMNl. IIkwaim) ok Mmiir. The U.S. Government Inn given not only tu Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder lint to his True Flavoring Extracts the preference and large...

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