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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 22 June 1857

FTT . I ft (if! •|i i T I 1 I - W ES ES K. L mMm m o " — VOL. 1. AUSTIN. TEXAS. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1857. NO. 28 SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE lá published every Pontan, $ftcimtsí>an anfc Salaria Iffief on Hickory SI., first door brlow DufTnu's (is swenson's new building.) T r. U : four dollars per annum. or five oejsts s1kgle col'y—strictly in advance. ■■bacription* rrrrirrd and papers hm at baker a.- «ray lh v, dulluii' rii«j at oucr. RATES OF ADVERTISING •bo Squnrc for one insertion, #,100 #ue Square tor every Subsequent insertion ÍT Grimes ditiona! grading from Richmond to Ber- nard, by which they are entitled to a loan from the State Treasury • of $6,000 per mile for 25 miles of their road. We understand that by the construc- tion our Governor has given to the Loan Law of the last session, this Company will be entitled to a loan for ten miles more, or $60,000, as &juq as^thpy sluüL. have laid the track on three "miles mofle of their road, and graded ten miles fur- ther, making thir...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 22 June 1857

£ THE INTELLIGENCER. .M \ ® \ G © WF .0 AUSTIN CITY, MONDAY JülüE 22, 18§7. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. H Far Gtrrmr, H. RUN NELLS, OF BOWIE COUNTY. Tar la. G*mnr, FRANK. R. LUBBOCK, OF HARRIS COUNTY. Vmr VMiaiuirarr Gea'l Lral OHrr, FRANK. M. WHITE, OF JACKSON COUNTY. Vmr CM(tcm—WESTERN DISTRICT, GUY M. BRYAN, OF BRAZORIA COUNTY. Vmr Cwpfw EASTERN DISTRICT. JOHN H. REAGAN, OF ANDERSON COUNTY. Jobo A. Green and A. W. Terrell, Both addressed a respectable auditory at the Hall House on Saturday evening. Mr. Groen lead off in an earnest speech of some length- effort was consistent with the gentleman's character. It was frank, candid, argumentative free from persortali ties—and free from double ^ dealing. To the charge that he had been a whig, he frankly confessed that his father (and we inav add that his father is the distinguished Judgi* Green, so long an ornament to the Supreme bench of Tennessee,) was a whig, and that he, the speaker grew up with whig predictions ; and might have been call...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 22 June 1857

/ < fv 7 , nomination, that be asked no one ta- vote f«r him unless his .iitdgeinput was ««nvinced vi his fairness, ability fftitcss tor 'lie office. He only claimed that i piniv'i of the the thirteen Austin lawyers w railed Lim out. and of th delegate* of the Convention who indorsed hin ought to he rejected. ' As b* the míiticss of the Conventions in Bastrop and Seguin 1 referred to «' nea, Tom Johnson and iiitj Dug,ran." He aduiifed that all convention tated. Mr G., blamed no one, w ho pr ferred were an evil; hut for the pt rposes of polrüc organization, tJ.ey were a. ueees-an evil. enees of executive and Legislative appo nt- ments, and that men would beeliosen for their intrinsic uierit Mr. Green proved by prece- dohts that such had been the results in all the Southern States, except where a prescriptive kuowuotlimgism had bad sway. He fra Tly admitted that the Black Republicans act upon • different principle. They choose judges who Are pletjged to nulify the fugitive slave la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 22 June 1857

I - v v;f> V--g 'enera! - L draw if he was not liinioost 01 the 1irs>t ballot. He was largely ahead, and pfU-nvar&j unani- mously chosen. We tire glad to se6 that the Central Demo- ratic Committee have endorsed his claims in the ..igbest terms. A more jusí. fl-nrlcs*. anil indc- -.;uder.i mau than F. M. Whit ', never lived in i xni-. Wo teinenilvr when over -7 months ago. ■ wrote to our (then) law partner (Judge •uval) saying, - the kuow nothings are worry- z uu-. and for the sake of democracy, seutl im '.emoemtic documents." We seal hi in the Ki- hr.:o,id Enquirer, the speeches of Wise and iliialcr, and the large artillery then in use in the terrible battle iu Virginia. And right well and successfully did Frank use tbi ui too. This cor- . 1% spondence came when very few lawyers or politicians in Austin who were hideb ed alone to the Richaioud Enquirer i or ihe ri".u.¡'. And we are ""gi.nl to see l!.at the piblie now will bare .til opportunity .0 re*ard a good r^n, and a i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 3 October 1857

/ } ~~ j— 3-0 Is,. i ¿ \1 i « Til smilllll INT1UIUIC1I T R. I- W H £3 K. L Y - • VOL. 1. AUSTIN TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1857. NO. 56 the tul- SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER 13 published every BtottJ&ag, Mcimesbas nnfo Saiurias For ¡he Southern Intelligencer. j seek safety and repose under a military Leaves of an unpublished "Scrap Book."; despotism. Yet with all these disap- ; pointments—with all the evils that have attended the movements of reform and innovation, mankind for the last punishment of crimes. "The punishment of crimes should be apportioned to the offence. The sever- al States of the Union have far outrun Europe in the improvement of the cri" mina! laws, and deserve much credit for their humanity a¡id justice; but still there is a vide field for the exertions Office on lliekory St.. first door below DuffaiTs (in swenson's new building.) TEK.H 8: foull dollars per annum, or FIVE ci'.ntrt s.nule copy—strictly in ADVANCE. $ub cripli*nM rrrrirrd and Pnrnr Moid f Baker &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 3 October 1857

THE INTELLIGENCER AUSTIN CITY, SATURDAY. OCT. 3, 1857. p§S~ We can only sympathize with our co- temporary, Mr. Curbing, in the loss ot h/^. -vife. " May that Being, who in his inscrutible provi- dence has seen fit to. bereave him. admihister congolationjto liis heart. fVr- Wc notice with regret the death of O. D. Johnson, Esq., for many years a much es- teemed citizen of Galveston. He was one ot those credulous, good men. who was unfit for the strifes of this world. Homicide at Lampasas Springs. We hear a painful account of the killing of Mr. Franklin, well known in this community, by A. B. Burleson, also well known. The difficul- ty grew out of some dispute about rent. When will men have the moral courage to govern their passions, and refer the disputes which they cannot settle to their neighbors?— There is no security for life so long as the gun, the revolver and the Bowie kuife is the arbiter of all misunderstandings. The law is no pro- tection ; for, until the public taste be im...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 3 October 1857

•. •% I We confess ourself somewhat put to it for local items. Ours is a quiet city. We have no murder, robbery, nor arson to chronicle, no light to tell of, 110 unusual occurence of any kind to in- terest our readers with—however— The health of Austin is good and births are of far more frequent than deaths—marriages *'de facto" not as nu- merous as they should be—marriages "in prospective" reported to be plenty. The stages at this place are already be- ginning to be tilled with passengers.— Let them come, we have plenty to cat notwithstanding the drought. We no- tice several new stores opened 011 Pi - can Street. The artesian well don't . He any water yet, but the clouds do, and the vegetable world looks as green as i « the early spring. The "Sentinel" man is in love—vide last week's paper. The "Intelligencer" hereby announces that there is still plenty of room in its Looks for new subscribers. Send in you sub- scriptions every body. The Talleh/isse Floridian says Dr. Lucien Duval ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 3 October 1857

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. DUFFAU'S ADVERTISEMENTS. IS NOW RECEIVING 7,>0 OZ. Quinine, German and American. 500 lbs. blasting powder, 100 " Cyanuret Potassa. 500 yds. safety fuse, for blasting. 50 doz. Bull's Sarsaparilla, 'J5 do Townsends' do. 25 do Hurleys do. 20 do Sands do. 100 do assorted do. 3(> do Lyons Kathairon, 24 do Brown's essence Ginger, 24 do Loudeu's do do. 24 do Woodman's do do 500 do Graefenburgh Vegetable Pills. 100 do do Uterine Catbolecon, 100 do do Green Mountain Ointment, 10 do do Pile remedy, 100 do do Dysentery Syrup, 24 do Hooflands German Bitters, C00 lbs Super Carbonate Soda, o00 tez. creamer tarter, 300 lbs saleratqs, 50 doz McLanes Liver Pills, 50 do do do Vermifuge, 24 do off of tannin. 12 do sick bead ache remedy, 120 gal. alcohol, 80 do Porter'8 burning Fluid, 120 do lamp oil. 120 do turpentine, 120 do Linseed oil. 100 kegs Lead and Zinc, pure, snow white. 12 baskets olive oil, 40 doz assorted frnits, 20 do brandy " OYSTERS SARDINES AND PICKLES, 20 doz...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 10 October 1857

/ } -v.— TU SMTHIM INTELLIGINCEB. ] T J=L I - w in Ei I-S. X-. 1ST . VOL. 1. AU.STlIi TEX AS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 18-57. NO. 58 ( I ■ Tim ;T?T iY SOUYllEItNWmUHJ&mi is ruBLisnEj kveSy x 3Vonhi|, S$lcimcsb;iji anír Sutiuíjajj flllirc on Ilirknrv St., first uiutr licls*^ Üufiau's (ix SWEXBON's NEW Sl'Il.DlNG.) . T (K ft iff Mi FOl'R POI.I.ARSfpEK AKM'ÍI, Olí FIVE CKKTS SIMü.E COPY—STl:IC'i'L. Y IN ADVANCE. Nnbwri|ili«Hk rrwiirrrt :■>■<) ! :•;. i m k«|(| ii| Bahrr A KutrihN, llnHnuNn ul ; 'llio-. líA'nis or ADVjnw; ¿ One Pqwtre for one insertion, fci W. One Square for every .Sbbsequmt insertion, -?5 Tin; following from "ilrynold's Newspaper" erf" Sept. 1st, published in London, is significant. It shows that although the sympathies of ¿he English people: must of course lie strongly en- listed for their «wuntrymen, and their jea- lousy for their power; yet futís cannot Mwjc i«*l¡ t*pÁk, however mf<Uatut I. must be told. The truth is, England is now a monarchy* only in name...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 10 October 1857

THE INTELLIGENCER. m \y I • -5' y" APSTIH CITY, lOSDAT. OCT. lfl, 1857. The Weather.—a very fine shower fell last Sunday, since wbicb time we have had the finest growing season ever seen by the "oldest inhabitant.*' The tnrnip tops and other garden vegetables make visible upu/ard progress every day; and we suppose the turnips and sweet po_ ta toes are making equally rapid downward move- ments. The cows have just now come "to th eir milk," and fresh butter begins to pour in npon us. The Editor of this paper ha* been regaling (hischildren) upon some delicionspeaches grown npon the '"south side of his house." He has just <> e fine red fellow left, at the service of any young bride who may feel the want of it. Don't all speak at once; he has already given away a •lozen or more to . but no nse multiplying words the peach is there, but if it is to-morrow over our devil will be out of town. P. S.—The Editor also has one ripe fig—the last of a dozen from a sprout which grew up this ¿p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 10 October 1857

.. V ,..., / } - \\. . i . Third: By law the laadjw'airTeqnired to be surveyed withiu three jearaírQjn tile date of the colony contract. Tje field notes 'showed that the land was not surveyed within the time pre- scribed, and the organic law of the land pie- vented any extention of time or privileges to colony contractors. Fourth : The certificate should have been ap- proved by the Attorney General, which was not (lone. Financial Matters. We liare not room for the telegraphic despatches upon the straining and re- solving of the Bank officers. It may be all summed up thus : All or nearly all the banks of Pensylvania have suspend- ed, and under the law of 1850, they charters; but the The Court overruled all the objections and admitted the title papers in evidence to the jury, j have forfeited* their deciding that a law is constitutional which is j not prohibited by the Constitution -that the Governor has called the Legislature to sior7of !t¡'m^p'ríív-'í1 bi tl0!1 ag*IU8t the exten* 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 10 October 1857

ft ^■1 News Items. Tlie Cumberland University, at Lebanon, Tenn., opened on the 14tli inst., with five hundred students. It is one of the most flourishing and education- al institutions in the South. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Gen. Lamar arrived in the city yesterday from Galveston. We learn that he is on his way to "Washington, whence, after receiving his, credentials &c., ho will proceed on his mission to the Argentine Confederation.—Pic. The Secretary of the Interior has appointed Augustus D. Bonesteel sub- agent for the Stockbridge, Menomonee and Oneida Indians, in the vicinity of Green Bay, Wisconsin. The City Council of Cincinnati have decided to have a public Park and have empowered a committee to pur- chase the Orphan assylum lot, the Epis- copal burying ground, and Col. Ludlow's farm, consisting of Í534 acres. The first at cost not to exceed $150,000, the sec- ond at $60,000 and the farm at $550 per acre. Fkost in Alabama.—The Athens Her- ald understands that frost was seen in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 12 October 1857

■n ; m SOITIEM MTILL1E I T R. I - W ES £ ] KL L Y. VOL. 1. AUSTiN TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1857 NO. 5 TTTF! TRI-WEEKXjY SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE IS PCBLISUED EVERY i\ú £aíuvüai) Me to water—water enters tliem,—cold . surface, collect iu natural basins, wher Ofliff or Ilirkory SI., first door below Dnfl'an's (IN SWENSOX'S NEW BUIIJllXG.) T K it lllMt < 't'i! DOLLARS 1'Elt ANNUM, OR FIVE CENTS single Copy—strictly in advance. One Square for on« iae«-r One Sqiinre for every Sul freezes the water contained in the rocks and breaks them in pieces. The carbon- ic acid which exists in the air, acts with energy upon the lime rocks which are so generally distributed on the surface of the earth, and make them easily pul- vevizuble; the oxygen in the air acts up- on the iron and other metals which are so commonly distributed in nature; those arid other causes, favoring de- composition are continually at work, Nabarriplieii rrrritrd niul Paprra mM til ■alrrft KniflkV, titan' it ml m . RATES OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 12 October 1857

I ■ i i I I II IIL-M-' I === enoonragcd by the faculty, as they pre- fer thai tjiie students shall be scattered among tne private families and have the restraints of the social circle thrown around thein. By this means mainly they have so far escaped the disorders usually attendant on so large a congre- gation of students. The course is thorough and the mor- al conduct of the papil is looked into with zealous care* We are glad to see such institutions in the South growing up araougst us ; and we hope that soittliern meu will 110 longer think it necessary to send their children to the North. We chronicle the success"of this in- stitution with the more confidence, be cause it shows the power of private enterprise. SEE THE INTELLIGENCER. AUSTIN CITY, HON DAT. OCT. 12, 1817. For Ike Intelligencer. Austin City Slit. Pursuant to a notice in the city papers of the preceding week, a meeting of the citizens inte Rated in the defence of the above named suit, was held in the Federal Court room...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 12 October 1857

/ r*\ Edantioi in Tats. Tin- writer ¡8 uat suficiently acquainted with educational statistics to be able to say liow well Texas compares with the other new States, in the means til' educating her children. Taking into virw however the newness of the country— the greater profits wliich other pursuits afford to in.-n of }< ;irniiifr, and the sparseuess of tlie poptikit on, it seems to us, that nu new coutury has made greater advancement in the cause oi education. We d Mike to ni>-utu>n promimnt schools, lest we should omit other* equally me- ritorious. As ¡i dt'iioni nation perhajw the ftesbyterians •land forjunost in the United Statfes as to the nanil>er of it* learned professors, ami the high stand ird oi its collegiate institutions. Tlie edn- eat o.iiil spirit of that denomination hi Texas, kas been evinced in the founding aiid support ng Austin College at Huntsville, and Arauama Col lege at Gol ad. At the former, liberal de- grees have already been conferred—and it is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 12 October 1857

r v SAMPSON & HENRICKS, GENERAL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING, ttJLSSWAM, CftOGMUT, GROCERIES, 4C., AUSTIN, TEXAS. 1vffaüs FALL STOCK. 'PIJE subscriben* are now receiving and opening a A large and elegant assortment of fall and wiiiter . dress goods, in part— i Silks, Carbiniers, De Lanes, Merinoes, Mantillas, Cloaks, Embroideries, Ginshains.Printe.Kibbons, Gloves, ¡ •fcc. Persons wishing to buy will do well to examine our stock. SAMPSON & HENRICKS. STAPLE GOODS. T DST recei ed— Sattinetta, Jeans, Tweada, Cloths, " Kerseys, Lindseys, white and red Flannel, Prints, Bed Ticks, Denims, Striped Lnwels, and a general as- «Mtraent of all articles usually kept in tur line. for sale by SAMPSON & HE11R1CKS. FALL & WINTER ADVERTISE MEN TS. Jtie'l' received, a full assortment of iall and winter clothing. J*urchaser8 aie respectfully invited to calL SAMPSON & HENRICKS. VUHNITUHE. AN assortment on hand and fur rale by SAMPSON & HENRICKS. April 15 ;57....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 31 October 1857

I 1* Tu aniiu uTiuiuNcii T R. I - W 2ZS 23 1 • ——— VOL. 1. AUSTIN, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 1, 1857 NO. 65 TEE TIU-WEI IIXiV IN T ELLIG E K O K li, is published evri; Stonfoas, <$ichcsl);iTr aró ^atiuhn SCIENTIFIC FACTS COOXENFED FOR the intelligencer. \ > f irrnlatioo of Matter. (iffireonHickory St., first 4<^rliriow Dü:T;í/¿ lhe ( (in swknsáws new Büi' ¿ ding subjects brhy* tkk.1is: four dollars 1'er ann ji, or ivi: fi nts single copy—strictly i adv a>~<"e. deration of the two prece- : a^j us naturally to an- iii'jf '■ the re!ati.-?is of the different j* <•!' nvatod-matter, their depend- - r,pi)ti each other, the remarkable none but an omnipotent God could have made it. The atoras of which it is composed^are continually changing their places, and existing under new forms, but in all their wanderings not a jot is lost. Burn a stick of wood—have you des- troyed it ? no, you have only reduced it to ashes and smoke. Throw the ashes out, and in a fewweeks it will be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 31 October 1857

THE INTELLIGENCER. AUSTIN CITY, MONDAY. OCT. 3i, 1S§7. Among the many " pood things" that are to be had at and around Smith's Hot-I, we notice that Juo. C. Evins has a large supply of pure Ilavanna Cigars. We thank him for a bunch of the best, and can recommend them to those who " puff away the cares of life." fi. F. Carter's Lcclnre before lbe A. L. and i. Assoceafion. Mr. Carters lecture on Thursday night was well attended, notwithstanding the heavy shower which fell at the same hour. His theme was Literature, and the Poetical department of this received the larger share ot his attention. The lecturer showed in very elegant and forci- ble language the power of poetry and music over the uneducated mind, and adduced in- rioilf 4~ * — iitifa cnlated to appreciate tlfem. He deprecated the fact that Americans are too willing to allow their poetical writers to occupy the low rank which British critics assign them, and does not believe that the highest de- gree of excellence in this bran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 31 October 1857

14 /1 :~j - way or other been before the public, though all have not even been office holders, which fact we consider 110 demerit—since uo man gets office in Texas who do s not ask for it; and therefore the office holder voluntarily wears the harness. The gentlemen are nearly all upon the ground. They are talented, and will soon have an oppor- Tuesday, Oct. 27th. MATTHEWS) is v HANCOCK. ) Opinion by Judge Roberts. The appellee recovered a judgment upon a note bearing 11 per cent, interest. There was au excess of §1ft.lU in the judgment; but it tunity of telling their own merits or having only drew interest at eight per cent. them told fur them, and sounding their own! The judgment reversed at the cost of appellee. , so as to remit the excess; and.entered tor the strength. We would not disparage the claims j correct amount and 12per cent, conventional of the one, by urging that there is any advan- ' interest. tage in favor of another. We have "ur own oni- ' (Note.—.This practice of c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 31 October 1857

e The Utah Expedition. Washington, Oct. 23.—Lient. Alex- ander, commanding the 10th Regiment, reports that he will reach Utah in a condition of perfect efficiency and dis- cipline. St Louis, Oct. 23.—Capt. Van Slitt reports that the Mormons at Salt Lake ret use to allow the U.S. troops to enter the city. Brigham Young threatens to burn the prairies to deprive the animals of subsistence, and to born Salt Lake city if necessary, to prevent the troops from quartering there. The Govern- ment forts along the route are in bad repair. Poutical Intelligence. Georgia Election.—We learn that Brown, the Democratic candidate for Governor, is elected by about ten thou- sand majority The Democrats have carried both branches of the State Legis- lature by large majorities. In the sixth Congressional district, Jackson, Demo- crat, is elected by two thousand major- ity. The Congressional delegation stands six Democrats to two Know Nothings. The delegation is as fol- lows : Dist. 1—James L. Seward, De...

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