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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 October 1857

THE SOUTHERN INTELLIGENC BAKER & ROOT, VOL. 2. "Uulfeing txtewwlt, Mt «t totea augfet in malitt." THE INTELLIGENCER. IS*PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Office on Hickory St., first door below DufTau's ( IN SWENSON'S NEW BUILDING. ) TEKMMi *fWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY 6ENTS PER YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. No SubÁcriptiou will be received without U §0 accouipanying it. TERMS:—Singlo Copy, per year $ 3 50 To Clubs—Five seut to oue uddrest 10 00 Ten seut to one udilresa 18 50 Fifteen sent to one nddresa 25 00 Twenty to one addreiu. 30 00 VTne Square, lor one insertion, • 1 0 One tíquare, for every •ubsequent insertion, 50 One Square, aix mouths, 7 00 One Square, one year, 10 (hi A liberal discount will be made from the above ratea, foradvertwjuents of more than one apuare. A aqua re ia ten linea uonpareil, (thia aizo tpye.) Fifteen linea iu Brevier ptye. ANNOUNIÜÜÍIEIVTH« For County Officer*, $ 5 00 For State Ollieera, 10 00 HOOK AND JOX1 PBINTING Our material being entirely new, we are prepared...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 October 1857

• • publish- by humará Scott * Co.. Kew York; and I vVnot read then. we might amiably recom- - But lo the Wwl. lyed o long we do oot ,) we find m Article upon tbe "manifest dettlny ot tbe American Uulon," which U o false In It* narrative of facta; to monstrous In logic and conclusion!; and ao evidently In- tended for miacbief, that we can scarcely credit it at a trans-Atlantic production. Indeed U, lit too familiar wltb the trivial IneldentIV till* otry to bare been written by any but a Northern AlwliÜuuist. It l« not our pnrpoM to review this reviewer. we teldom read in tbe •ndoertalnly they can only be valuable real sentiments of tbe Brltieb and people toward* our Soatbern i ont- ■kl -flfer m , of Seguln. Then, I the Intel- ' tbe legal pro. r It sent by lawyer , to wraw i RJi 1.1. behalf ■Eg w. w, 1 new- inxll , mnaii' Ml ble feature In the article I* the that tbo «even-tenth* of tbe white population of tbe Soa'hcrn State* who do not own «lave*, are a "low, mean, lazy set of lelle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 October 1857

% Smitfetrn Intelligenrtr. AUSTIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1857. per All the member* of the Tooiperanoe Battalion are requested to be present on Satur- day next, at 4 o'clock P. M., to elect officer for the earning quarter. OJ'J'IOXA T« VOXJU. Below we give the official vote of Texas, polled in August last, except for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. It will be seen that the Amendment to the Constitution Is lost by a large ma|ority. It is necesaary that it should receive a minority of the votes oast for Representative^ This it has failed to do, by probably more thau 20,000 votes. FIRST CONG KESSIONAL DISTRICT. Johu H. Reagan 15,341 L. D. Kvbub. .. «,921 Reagau's innjority 6.412 SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Guy M.Bryan 20.321 Wui, E. Howth 4,505 Bryan's majority 16,816 COMMISSIONER GEN. LAND OFFICE. F. M. White 28.182 Stephen Crosby 26,659 White's majority 2,<¡23 AMENDMENT TO CONSTITUTION. For 18,507 Against..-. 10.932 Harris, Wood, and Lampasas counties sent no official returns ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 October 1857

¡rara??' Sbwsilli! ■" 7: 7' wif(í ¡v I$¡1 ' t ■ v ^ . ' 7, 1887. w #É? Ib, that ► a head-right law, or n MPPI , of the Republic «secured I deal « tbe I i net own the ' of .... family, wft« entitled, under the colouizu tive lawn of Coahuila and Texaw, and the constitution of the Republic, ,nt of a Icagne, or of a league of land, is a proposition not In the case ou hand, the husband, Juan Lozari- without obtaining a grant, in mer of 1885. There can be no doubt that under tho laws of Coloniza- tion, his surviving widow, as tho head of the family, might have applied for, and would have hud the legnl capacity to receive, in hor personal character, nt of land—and that the children, heirs of the deceased husband, have legally claimed a pro- of tlie grant as community him i sur- couiv Ma- for and for a i her appli- efa de i of Holland Oitiien of and for r and have continued so, the application ; and al- y were married or iiingle tho deolaratiou of Indc- r„ , and what amount of land tlisy We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 October 1857

BAKER & ROOT, Vol. 2. J r i " Iteming í*Unaalí, not set iotou au^t in malire. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1 4 , 1 85 7. ——mu i-MP—- M i i n-n—1 in ■■ i ■ ii I i NO. r.i THE INTELLIGENCER. IS PÜBUSHEB EVERY .WEDNESDAY. on Hickory St., tint door below DulTau's (IW BWENSON'fl NEW BUILDING. ) 4 Trun TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. No Subscription will be received without $2 SO accompanying it. TKRMH-tíingje Copy, per year.. $ 2 50 To Cx.u «—Five teuc to one addreu 10 IX) Tenaeutto oneaddrtwi 18 50 Fifteen tent to one address 25 00 Twenty to one address... 30 00 KA'l'KM UP AUVliUXWIJIU. Oue Hqusri', lur one Imertlon • 1 0 Out) Square, for every aubsequout iuaei-tiuii, fiO One Square, «ix wuutlia, 7 l*> Oue Square, one year, ^ 10 IAI A liberal diacouut will be uiaile from tlie above ratea, foriulTertiameiita of mure than one >|>unre. A aquaroia leu linen uuupureil, (üú auu Ipye.) Fifte. u linea lu lireviei ptye. ANNOHN(!l!MI!ST*i Fur County Oll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 October 1857

):: ■ f, ' Pié :,4 «¿S#:%;<$« if j .'< .* rjn, . rp ■ • -> W' i.'": ills MlK-W, I Las falle if 111 tbere we cuito rial'Eli , • enter) back* the i election, returns. drfji; i. n« Wico- Jtuslrop. ' Prairie. Anderson. .Ark. i&i|t ÉÉ& '•i V sW:i ímímÉMÉ$u '',A ÜMNMÉ mmMMffii upon the qui tbe amendment. And shout which Hi. re id *o mucli sputby and opposition ; and why wo* it loat? Why, under (lie construction of the amended Constitution, which give the election «I in<licr Attorney General and Commissioner of tUe Gen Land Offlce to tbe people, lluro I* no provision . Webb, Lipscomb, mid Monger, with Hie bur- or resigns, as did Me|*gin*on, Evan*. :cock, DuVbI, Town , mid Wiu. E. Johm (to ■ y nothing of tlitf wholesale rcsiguatioaa to run ,'Eli. tor higher there i a tnllure of courts until the Judge m ii oi lier a new clcoiion ; .and • Xen?' 'bin tbe Incumbcut doc not bold tor tbe unex- pired term but for full six year*, Tbere have lliuv been failures of whole ridiiiifs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 October 1857

®||t Sflatfetrn litltUigniícr. ■ ACTO tpIBESDif, OCTOBER 14, 1817. For tie Jaititigeacer. Austin City Suit. Pyrnitnt U) a uotice Hi tbf city paper* of tbi preceding week. anHoiiag of the cHíseti* inte rwtod In tbo dufcnce of"Slits U> « umncd mi it, W¡i lii'ld hi tiie BVdend Court room mi Sirtur- d*y, thu 3d ¡uní. Geo. Uimcock « un uppsin tod Cliuirntniir «"I J 8.^ro«'iie Sceratury. Tbc CUiiiruian Hakíthe object of the meeting to lie, éo make Ibu necessary urMiiKeiucnU to prenin tbe matter to the next Legislature, and to urjt< the of oucli a bill an may eve me tbe citi- zen from alt annoyañctf arising out uf said wife On motjvu'ol J. V. Nwl, tbe following reto, lutiou vat adoptid; ' Jtuclcéál, Tbnt n cowmMtec be appointed Ity tbe inei'liug to prepare u meyiorial to our uexl Lcgisluture, to take hoihc steps by enuctinent to protect and secure tbe cíIííwih of Austin and t'laeubere, owning pari or portions of third ol n league number 4. ngaiuat Hie claim or claims of all persona a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 October 1857

UAüar, ■t Law, " 7- its ta 61 , \V T. Hcott * C«. X O, , Ala ,e, O . , Judgs U Judicial ülsotet, M*r- nTljr SAYLES & IT LAW, Courwat Au tu . y. .¡pwil ATTORNEY, ASO QOVNH£LLOR-AT- LA ', AVSTIN, TEXAS, wa cr.wrraísra Will lire nrouipt «ttelitioti t business entrusted tu bta cm AIM, tu bushifssta thr (¡enersl Lud (JtBrc ml "'■* « B. «chots, Galveston: Hon J P. ■Iiitil; linn T J Hu k. Nacogdoches; Hod bearing < lít ■ ' ¡ i know in ««tovacur.ni él,.-,,.,. l.tf illd tlltf] the i., wo ItpCSA Wtt8 j twal ou^ht to is taifOMible to in the desire tvati- t that desirs, sr ought • it gratified I prove u benefit— hi* province to aat< d thflt tlie prison- diligoittv to ob- of the wttoets J Co. the L, yet there is ¡.V vi , ■*>« >f council jiecl. Tlie I (lues not I 'though a1 lifted, but the truti- who i been called to " tlio wimen- ana y the sub- iit at.tuelfmcnt for ^ JiMsk t he e 'i the _. jUfflce, Ho 23, Owen- n4- -tf f* ITAKKK — Texas, «illlTHHito 1 District, Mid lu the attenti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 October 1857

BAKER & ROOT, "Dtotfeiog m «t bto* ssgfet ír multo." VOL. 2. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1857. «fi9 THE INTELLIGENCER. IB PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, •flee on Htokor* St., Brit tor below Dnffln'i ( IN HWKNSON'S NEW HUH.DINO. J TWO BOLLAOS AND FIFTY CRNT8 P1W TEAR, 1'AVAW.E IN ADVANCE. No SubBeriptfon will be received without $2 80 ateompanylng it. TERMS:—Single Copy, per year $ 3 50 To Ciub —Five tent to one addr«M -*.10 00 Ten tent to one address lb 50 Fifteen sent to one Address 35 90 Tweuty to o«e addreqp...........30 00 One Square, tor one InsarHon, i 1 0 One Hquare, for every, subsequent lusortiou, 50 One Bquare, six mouths, 7 00 Ou 8quar«, one year, 10 00 A liberal discount will be made from the above rates, foradvertisments of mere than one spuare. A square is teu lints nonpareil, (this sUo tpye.) Fifteen Rues in Brevier ptye. ANNOUWCKiJUCNTBi For Couuty Officers, 5 00 For State Officers, 10 00 *BOOK AND son PBINT1NO Our material being entirely ne^r, we are prepa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 October 1857

' 1 IkÉÍ& Il-#SIIP • j. .'■ * -•-¿i • *' . kt«r *•** to owM thorn, but ■■■ÍHftMSÉM Co. to Wíiííí* i of caví! not at- Uw New ity spoecb qf Ur. e, which view* "tacitly" al taut. Wear* copied our entire article, a* we I bare thought It a much fairer versy. However, i Intelllgeu- Ruropeaiut f foe State* the Stale." the napri-pared and Calhoun apon the admission ItliciiHlilp confurrctí the i without eit.zuusbip ot It could not exist ¡ aud n* a State thin «Mm, ttiMclare a State a voter out of an unnaturalized wan argument more unirue In . doe* not, ot right of suffrage > if w. infants, aud «on*lota could alwiiys wot* for they are eitiieua—aud wumeij a* well as ' iialurulixed. t the Prflpjduitlal elec- nli tnbetn of Congress. . . lie; wliefc ta 9 |te4 a* soon us the structure or «mr government it considered. "The 8'ttW determine tor them* J ve how Hoy will elect their Presideutlul «ductor*. And in the favorite State ol tile Sewn (S m the elec- tor* (tie chosen by the Legislature, tu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 October 1857

■PBorl hearinjS WOtldei t'ul came ra fur malty ccl rstf appl'cationa. VVMSg ®bt Sflotfenn liMigtnrrr. AUSTIN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1857; Who' to Blame T Editor* or tuk Intku.iiíknckr : I find in the Galrwtou Civilian. •'«ply to my second cart in your paper. by the I. M. nt Gnlveetou, Mr. H. . AiwUewa, and should iiol hat e taken any farther notice of the matter but for hi* RMuniuf cotilldMCo thnt ho hud imtiitlled the people ua to " who ii to Illume." llii ot>- ject E«m to **';*« l,' ve theroatkr with the New Orleans P. 11. and myitolf. There is not, nor never has been any ii*ie between o . I don't pretend to say that the Galveston bag did not go to N. O. labelled, but I do say, and know, that it never left this office labelled to auy place, and I can prove ft beyond"a doubt, it It was nvcestary. Whell It can be proven that 1 have been guilty of Mgligenee in my office, 1 will acknowledge the fact and prooih to ' better for the ftiture, and not as the P. M. Galveston, try and tb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 October 1857

r • ' - rs *•*" :■* WW . «1* 1 give at- ■ Western Tea- (^paténtalo i |gl ih * Court! of Ib tinte at I Building, Ku. «S. above J>af- I & Hill, W. T. Bcott * Co, K. O. .Ala. , merj, Ala. (áh Judklal District. Mar- n7-ly J. Basset Hajlca, AT LAW, aa testigo BOIlIt JSEY, ANO COVNSK L L OR-A T- LAW, AUSTIN, TEXAS, tess entrusted Ho Ms I in the General Land UHK* HfaAob, Onlveston; lion IP, V) not tto the jury r to tho . H. M. WHITAKIIR, rtupreuic Cuv.n m Awtiu. Prompt intention giren tothe collection of claims against the mate j a new trial: first trial wore not in a statement of t tho evidence may Iiave ll¡ Hon TJ Husk. Xarogdocbe.| Hon ' ■WÉdhMÉ" — "onxatSfl New (* k, fan Antonio t Hon J C Wilson, Ooo: , Austin | Campbell and Strong, Ne Lincoln. Mew YorA.WUco.No SS, Sw«* on Lands seems to iivoft&iY áfta cüuíiselor AT LAW, OALVBSTON TKXAS. BMS AI10BEEY 1 ■ A \7£7^ y ■Lchjuih County, Texas, t OOHDOV COLLECTING AGENCY, OF AUSTIN, TEXAS. perfected. Western Te*ai% a nuaiimt the In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 October 1857

THE INTELLIGENC mgarm BAKER & IIOOT, "Dtotfeinjj t-ttalt, nur set hteu aug^t in maiitt." VOL. 2. AUSTIN, TEXAS", WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28 , 1 8 57. PROPRIETORS. NO. 10. vf 1 TIIE INTELLIGENCER. 18 PUULISlIliD EVERY WEDNESDAY. Ofliee on Hickory St,, lirst door below Dnffliu's ( IN SWKNSON'S NEW BUI I. DING. ) JKKFIBtl TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CI)NTH PER YEAIt, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. No Subscription will lie received without $2 50 uceompaaying it. TEHM8!—SingloCupy, per your > 2 50 To clxjbs—Kivn sent to one niMross. 10 00 • Ten itoiH to ouo undress lb 50 Fifteen tent to one luldress..... .25 00 Twenty to one uddreiM...........30 00 IUTKÍT OVAMKHTIIINO« One Square, for one insertion, ...........(I 1 0 One Hquuro, for every Hubao^uuut iuaortion, M One Square, six months, ;... 7 00 One Hqunre, one year, 10 0Ü A lib :r l discount will lio mudo from the ubovn ratos, foraaVértlsinonts of inoro t.lifm one ipuare. A 8(|uhi-oU ten liues nonpareil, (this size tjiye.) Fiituon lines in llreyier pt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 October 1857

IPlfsPIM yiyy' <A¡j-;if: - r !,-s v íMir-*-7- ul I Austin. illy upon tature. lew, clisi., 10 monetary ln- U'TcnU of the country liad then for some tiuu at war with the government. After the reto of the bill reoliarterlng the Dank of "the Wted Statu*, In 1832, tbe whole power of tbe lion via never ! yean dsvoted to change ibllc opinion In Its Invor. The opposition to tic party mude a national bank the tabue la the political warfare ol that The assets of the institution were trnim- tbe United Stat.* bonk of PenneyIva- Tbe iron will of Geo. Jackson bad pre- Ijr caused a removal of th# government de- froin the United States bank, and tbe ploc- tlicm iu the State bonk*. , Next followed tbe circular—which was in fact an effort, cams too late, to save the government tlio general bankruptcy Which, it was foro- , must follow. To tbe several acta of tbo government, tbe op- Ion attributed the bank suspensions and the iscquent bankruptcy all over tbe country. Hence thu establishment ol an in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 October 1857

% Soatfeeru Inttlligtnrer. AUSTIN, WEDNESDAY, 0CT8BEB 28, 1887, W- Death of Samuel Stone We le rn wltb regret tb t Samuel Stone, B*q. un old citizen oí this county, (leimrUi tliiu life at ills regidenct, near Austin, yesterday, The deceased was u nativo of Virginia; but iu bis youth removed to Mixnonrl, where lie spout many years ol bis life. As early as 1824, be removed to Alabama. In 1848, be came to Texas and settled Iu Travis couuty. Soine laiuiiy afluir curried bim to San Antonio In 1842; from whence he was compelled to make a forced visit to Mexico, u> oue of the Texan prisoners. He was an industrious, highly respected cttl een. He leave* a widow nnd a large family pS~ Louis MeClane, former Secretary of the Treasury, Is dead. He held raauy important of- fices iu Ills duy ; and was much esteemed Death bas claimed a large number ot shin ing marks the present year. Mel/ane, Murcv ¡'•Dobbins, Henderson, Husk, Pratt, and many other distinguished Americans have been taken to tbei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 October 1857

im k P. B. HOLLIN US WORTH, Attorney & Counsellor at Law. AÜiTIN, M>dly rep entirely new 'ect, upon the cl that as it may ,it by tbe 28th ■T * f Feb- ril at Law. : I In We#- a nam , proear- nits uiiiuit tke ty laiiiU Will and Supreme nSHi ki ÜtíM i| Ma, in Mweneuu's liuilding, No. if. abo* Dal■ '¿¡g *««« «'« :s iíw District. Mar ni' ly if the ■SimJ advertised. W« wUl be Ami witii lull WHIM of tbe «luiré votuitlee, and are well • liu-1 nuil earner of tuwj of ill ¡ dii- pU*d .Ui full maps of acquaints J u lib t&ii lili fereut surveys. p MÜBCHI880K. J. DKCOKDOVA., HENRY M. DECORDOVA. Comal Towa, July 4, 1KS7. Ml-'.tw j TlUkVIH CO., TIC XAH LL practice In tha District, Hutireine, and Fede- " r«l C&rU of thin Btatu, and GounSof Claims.— Will give prompt «Mention to l.unlnmu t-ulru-tfl to bis i ¡i> Uie General Land OBlce aud it. tir#; Hou UoniaiMi Now On KCFKa to (>«u. K. B. Nlcliola. (; l a*on ¡ 1 U Crosby " ¡ Col TI buildinf. B Crosby, Austin; Campbell awl Strong, C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 November 1857

BAKE It & ROOT, "Pot(¡ii*g ttimtiali, nit «I lotou aagjt in malitt." VOL, 2, AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 , 1 8 5 7. J THE INTELLIGENCER. 18 published evkby wednesday. Office on Iliekory St.,1iriit door below Dnffuu'i (IN flWF.NfiON'R NEW UUILD1NO.) '1'Kit MS I TWO DOLLAHH AND FIFTY CENTS PER YEAU, PAYADLE IN ADVANCE. No Subscription will be receivod without $! §0 uccompuiiyin; it. TKIIMB;—Singlo Copy, pet yeiij $ 2 SO To CtuB —Five sent to «110 address 10 Oil Ten sent to ano addiea* 18 SO Fifteen sent to 0110 address....... .Í15 00 Twenty to one address :. .tlO 00 t It AT KM OV ADVKUTWINfii One Hquure, tor oue insertion; • 10 One .Square, for every iubaeq«|i^!i Insertion, 50 One Hqvare, six month ,....:..¿i. 7 (JO One Square, one year,....* •' 1Q 00 A liberal discount will l#> made fyom the above rates, fomdveif isments of more than one sjmare. A square is ten lines uoupareil, (this sise tpye.) Fifteen lines iuUrevier pryc. v | ANNOUNCIiMKNTSi For County Officers, • ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 November 1857

é'-wMW*!!UPi A, 'í'V- ■' . • KS |lpS§ . 4, '57. i atf/iM n IEKCEE. RK BU t«M> m the r will not be, i uui profi. u* offence, that ■MI >ÍÍ $0 ' ,i K "■ y'-' '■¥&§. MI rfife:! If The Pie fin&un Knotty, anarr of 1 tbl* «III gold in i getting back to the old die Gold And «liver we again at a premium ia Mm word. do to mm the rl&bt word aud wj that "pa- are *t a discount, and pccie i ot vulue. Ob I no. Bank ihiUh are at par—they are the standard, but tberv being a plethora of thorn, the preslou* metal| havfc run up in value. The thing la Just a* olear a* mud. While there vwi great deal of that commodity, for which American merchant are remarkable, called "confidence," gold and ailver were at «o larga a premium, tbat uo one could afford to handle It; consequently the confidence got hold of U and locked It up, and hwusd thfir fiv* and twenty dollars for mm, Id the nba'pe of bank promises to pay ; the* pretty bills, they i, and tbat became the standard of value, which rcgula...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 November 1857

f {jt £oa%nt gnttUigenrfr. IUSTTN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 18W B. F. Carter's Lecture before the A. L. and L. Assoeeatioii. Mr. Carter' lecture ou Tburwlny night was well attended, notwithstanding the heavy shower which Tell at the ennie hour. H¡h theme \vm Literature, and the Poetical department ot thU received the larger share ol hi attention. Tho lecturer nhowed In very olegnnt and forcl ble luuguage the power of poetry and music over tho uucducated mind, anil adduced iii- goniou« arguments to prove, that tho most highly cultivated Intellect I uot necessarily best cal- culated to apprt'uiule them. Ho deprecated the fact that Americans are too willing to ullow their poetical writers to occupy the low rank which lJi'itlsh critics ast-ign them, «nil does not believe that the highest de- gree ot excellence in this braucli of literature cau bo attained until It k encouraged, and fos- tered at home. The address was ably yiitten, and well de" livered, and wng listened to with attention. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 November 1857

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