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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 February 1858

ir ra*"''* W S¡9JP^M| THE SOUTHERN fiAKKR & ROOT, ,4|T0í||ing «ienwtf, n« stl lotos aagfet in malitt." PROPRIETORS. vor. 2. THE INTELLlGENCKlt. IS PUBLISHED KVEKY WEDNESDAY. on Hickory St., flrnt door below Dnlfau's (IN HWENHON'H MKW RUII.niKO. ) T^"ÍTuM¡*¡ •fw® DOLLARS AN FIFTY CENTS PER YEAH. PAYAH1.K IN ADVANCE. Hi Sabuription will be received without $! SO accompanying it. TERMSSl gleCopy, per yaw • 1 SO Tt Ctvaa—Kiw« aeut to one aridrcaa 10 00 Ten aent to oue Rilrirraa 1150 Fifteen aent to one aridrcaa 35 00 Twenty to one addreaa 30 00 '¡UTElT^^ t>B# Sauara, for on« inaertlon 9 1 0 O** Aautra, for erary aubaequ* t insertion, 50 On* a«i« r . «I* moll tin * 0 #■« Suuara. one year... in uo A Hhoril iliacuuitt will be miule fruin the ahota relet, faraiTartlamaata of more tlien one apilara. A equer* ie ten line nonperell. (Iliie (lie tpje.) Firtere Usee le Breeier pljre. ANWOVNVKMlCNVMi r r Ceuaty $ 5 UO ftr Siete OMeer* 10 «1 ■ OOK AND JOH PIIINTINCI Oer meterle! being entir...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 February 1858

- tenar. * AUSTIN WEDNESDAY, FEB. 24, 68.' 9EI0CIATIC STATE TICKET, I by the Nik mf J (('nrmlrai "¡FOÍ7^MNÉ>Tkheralí HAM, M©. H. B Á ÑU OF TRAVIS COPKTY. FOR COMPTROLLER. CLEMENT R. JOHNS, or hays codntt. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE. CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, or FORT BEND COUNTY. In nCBMUKkDRfl for chief justice, fc. T. WHEELER, or washington coünty. W««r« «uthoilwd to «nmium L. I.. SYKtS m* r«n- M«i for the office of AMOwir «lid Collector, of Trtvl* to aV- Kl «tl"B In Aagu« n«*t ,' Our call ro# Corn.—Our friend and Indefetigablo legislator, Co!. Tho . F llqKiuuey lion answared our cull by «ending tli* editor a few cars of tho "Robertson"forward corn, fol Which he has rery many thanks. MT* In our last weeks issue, our eompositora erroneously mndo Mr. (¡shop state in his lotter, that 23 noes were oast against the University Bill, the *■•<* that 18 noes «rere cast. MT SelTKr Arrived ,at this I Martin of Henderson, i , . placo -w ^ night, after paying a visit to San Antonio. MP* Blank fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 February 1858

®be Southern $nttlligcnfcr. Ui * , . i q i i Austin, wedsesdit. febmiry u, isss. gtna'or Gruhnm's Rrport—-The Governor' veto—The power to rnujt lines und for- feitures, ^ We publitilieil lust we<fk, the Voport faf u majortity of the Judiciary ciunmit- teeof the Senate, upon thu Uuvoriior's veto meaaogu, to the bill relieving the Houston tuui Texiw Cfntiul Rui 1 road com- pany fmiu tho forfeiture of their bond ¿¡calongside oft ho Ooverii(iiJn "reasons" in order tlmt our reader* might form their own opinions, upon tin- constitu- tional question involved. It was our intention uta" to publish this week, the minority report of Senators Graham and P irkey. But as it lilis over three columns and a half of tho Gazette, it is simply impossible that we can find room in this number. Besides, wo be- lieve, that.we can correctly state these gentlemen's positions, without reprodu- cing their whole argument. They may be summed up as follows : '•The proposition nimutiilueii by tho Governor, tlmt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 February 1858

-FU ithí'tiKrgVttcrsl divisions, ti 18H. t INTICUJGKKt'M. txuun 9. " 11,1 "" " I material thing! made 1— at Uieihiell^ncer who y, knows that an- tbora writing opon tíw awJ.ject, treat of ▼is: organic sclientislry. Organic chrn- of tlie composition and which an continually taking the vegetable and ' animal i inorgauicc|£|giatry invest- kchan- The question at the hoad of thia i iMe is one fought with the deepest i tercet. Otaly 01 elementa or simple sub- etaacea are known, and almost half of these* are aearccly ever met witli. Con* eeqnently everything we see in tin world is made of aomc of tlie remaining W elements. Wheeoo then nil the varied forms of creation? Notice the wonderful adapta tion and reciprocal dependence one on tke other. Tí e vegetable world springs ftwn and depends upon the soil for its Mfer and the snimal world receifes its nourishment from the vegetable. Di- recting our attention to the vegetable nnd animal world we find tliey are com- posed chiefly of four gansea,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 March 1858

THE INTELLIGKXCEU. 'i<riféijláe)> kVkky wkunesdav. Qffire in llitkory St„ li«t door below Dull'uu'x T H It .11 N i t wo nwMMIlH AM" I'TFTV CKNTS I'KU Ylt.tlt tJ^VAlll.K IN AUVANOK. Ho kobmiiptinii will lie received without!-.' hi) HCfom| unyiiig it. .... * ÍJ 50 .....JO 00 10 50 8 00 :ju oo 0 50 7 00 10 «JU i'-rnt.'n. 1'KHMSSimile Ciopy, per yen'r.... vl'i> (,'m'ki— Plff "'lit to nun lultlfcw... ToUMIIt to 01 ? « "II ' -« ... i-'ifituiiarni to mm MiliireM ^'wittity tn omi it i li I I'ruii..., «AI'KITOP ADii:«n*i\(i i 1 *1« S truer-', liir onfe lint-rllon < One Sflu rt, Sir * enr nilwmiUfUt Uuritinu,.... <inr Wpftre, i* umUHm "ÜTiñilr ! ilUci'itiit 'vvlfrli- irtnili) from tin- 'ntmW "ful"!''' tllup oih- uii*re. A «inun-'l U'lilkiC" iiiH|inrcil, (lliM «lie rpjrt .) Kilt I'H in llr'virf l)! '. A 1 V liilsT.11« X T * I Vnr íiiíiii'V <lftii'rr i í il <H> FiiioJMfct* Oilew vt- Ill Ml HOOKA* JOB VltlM'IMi) hur iimti'PÍMl Weill* ciitli-fljr W, we m i> |iii'|uii<...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 March 1858

MtX. r MARCH 8, '68. TICKET, i «f «sérat 0. H. RAN DO L ' OF tbavis county. FOR COMPTROLLER, CLEMENT R. JOHNS, or HAYS COUNTY. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, OF FORT BEND COUNTY. AMD ftKCOMMENDR!) FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, R. T. WHEELER ' of WASHINGTON COUNTY. Akmrimiwcrir. W« am authorized to announce RAM. C. TAYLOR, m • candidate for the office of Hherlff of Trarla county, ftt the entuin# election. We are autherisod to announce f? AMU EL J. WOOD, at a candid ate for Awe—or and Collector of Travis coun- ty, al tiie aniulng August election. We are authorised to announce L. L. PYKEfi as a can- didate Amt the office of Aaaeaaor and Collector, of Travis Election In August next. ST Special attention i called to the New Advertisements and Announce meat* in to-day's paper. See advertisement fa todays paper. of $600 Howard, W* On Sunday night last, a negro woman named Harriet, belonging to our townsman, Capt. Jog. G. Swisher, ran •way, accompanied by her husband, u boy numcd Enoch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 March 1858

tyt Sfttktm 1st áOlTMf A iDianlht.-klif'i Review For February eontaiua screral inter- esting articica. Among which we i\9tice' a well written, bnt exceedingly undem- ocratic, article of IS pages, it headed « Progrese of Federal Disorganisation." The writer hae evidently been read ing the preface to Liry, and believes that our government, like that ancient institution, the Romish Oligarchy, is laboring " sua raagnitudincj The artlele in question contains some citrino* abstract assertions, which the trsin of reaaaning utterly fails to sub- stantiate, " that the nature of onr gov eniment is such as to render it short lived; that it invests no individual with ¡permanent responsibility; and that a «universally diffused responsibility is ir- ponsibility; that our past prosper, is nó guaranty for our future sno- re*] ity cess, that o« territory is immense, and the iuteVésts of our citWins conflicting;" in short, that, a representative Demo- frsticgovernment cannot be permanent, but wo' mus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 March 1858

É'feMir, i ' |.4t * \hMii \ M ISOKliliA N KOlirt. . VTIU.F tÍJ^AíT ^ ni uiflcr t f Caldwell cuuutj-- W¿ te \$Vw. F.ll'íiiri jiiij Bei juml J".! iUUt iinotM" thi' drill tupiu uf Kll.mi iUce*fii*tTlW«! *u't hefyrn 1 lio uii«Jiei>lgiii il Miticcut tte ugittii't n II muí Sui uli 'V«UK. mid intuí# (uitli that 1) II Efiuií W llu muy llilu 1 pass ttWttyH *i-11 'lie' mi'ki 1 U Ému#, bv publlviit < n <>(' on (M'MÍ '! *w;;,:;_t 1"'rB"■* k'*hich it tbé rninbow nuil tlie ! ><««* V1 ««cAfc'. himí tbti ? onl e n« wirh it hf>mtv that " "* ?*' Tn"\ T? •ii 3üí stx ivlwéetmkl tu hi pear ifií i , «t luy "Ole • i form# o? hnmnn t'ó our. view, unií ,lcavlng the thou- bflfck the^rainbow never failca, where TIF stare wi|l be sot out before un like is- lands that slumber on the ocean, and where the beautiful beings that pass before ns like a meteor, will stay in our presence forever. Crooked knouoji.—Speaking of tho Rio Grande, ¡) writer says:—Imag- ine one of the crooltedest things in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 March 1858

* WW • - -1 ■ 71 INTELLIGENCER, BAKER & HOOT, '$otfeing txtenuale, nor set bohm angftt in malirt.' PROPRIETORS. VOL. 2. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1858. NO. 29. the intelligencer. 18 rUBI-tSlIKI) HVUHY WEDNESDAY. Office n flitkofv St., first door below DiiIIuu'r ( IN SWENSONH NBW mJII.IUNd. ) T K K .IT *7 *!TO B0U.ARS AN!) FIFTY rKNTS TKU YKAR. l'AYABt.K IN ADVAKCK. Do Snbiirrlptinn will lie rcrrlvnl withonl 50 ntcompiinying it. TKHM#!—!Sitiijle Oopy, per year f 3 BO fs l'lv''sent 10 l""' address in (in Ten sent to oneaddress lb AO Fifteen «mu to «mi- miiiioh* ar, no Twenty to oi.o iiiiilress ilo Utl n.lTKM or ADVUKTININOi Mué Sanare, lor mm insertion, 8 I hue 3'|inrt, fur «rerf iuliSiiqtteiit insertion, f,ne (iqutire, «i* IlioiKli " folia Fnuitro, aim yenr IU («1 A liliersl dlseminj will lie iittitltj Irmn ilie shove rate , ^urMilv.'r(i«ii>«rttH of niiiK' tlniit «lile square. 4 iijiWHU tell li"1' niltlj¡«irtU, (iliis itjte t|iye.) Fifteen I in eft in llrevier type. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 March 1858

Swtjifrn Sntrtlipfir. AUSTIN WEDNESDAY,MARCH 10, '58. MIOCRATIC STATE TICKET, fcy the 8,k mt Ju.Conmilti^ GEN?R AI , If. D. GRAHAM, of rusk oocirrr. #lv -:j£ FM TR¡ASURM, C. H. R A N D O TSttJi or TRAVIS county. FOR COMPTROLLER, CLEMENT R. JOHNS, or HAYS COUNTY. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, OF FORT UEN'D COUNTY. R AVft ftKCOMMENDKD FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, T . WHEELE R , OF washington county. I AllMUMnanilt. o unnouncn HAM. C. tre MCNMWto nnnouncñ PAM. TAYI.OH, «MHlidoM for the officii ot Slurltl' of Travl cuunty entiling election •reaulliorizcdtn announce I. M. llLACKWKLt Idate for Sheriff of Trari countv, at tli" (miuing •lection. We ire authorised to announce JAMKS II. FKY, of W«bb r*i1le, aa an Independent Demociaila camli4 t« far Chief Juatlce ofTrarla county, at the nnaulng election. Wear* autharlied to announce SAMUKL J. WOOD, M «candidate lor Aaaeaanr ami Colloctor of Tr«vi coun- ty, at the eiianing August election. We are anthoriied to announce I,. L. PYKt'.S a«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 March 1858

Cjje Swdjjcra Intelligent^ AUSTIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. 18S8 Teiu—The Kansas Issue. * The people of Teiai are «o fortunate m to have at the head of tfaeir State government a Chief Magistrate who hat the aagncity to dU- oern, and the aeiTe to confront the peril which overhang the South. Tho Legislature of that State ii now in m •ion and Governor Kunnela haa availed limine!! of the opportunity of addreiaing to that body a «pecial Meatagn touching the application of Kautaa for aduiiitiioii into the Union with a pro- ■Infcry Constitution, and of ri'couieuding the adoption by Texa , jointly with other slave-hol- ding Stater of reparative measure* in the event an anti-slavery minority reject her. His message ia ail able. lurid and patriotic exposition of the whole question, and reileeta credit upon the head and heart of its author.— Mtuistifpi**- That oilier very conservative «licet, tho New Orloaiia Delta, also copied the Governor's Kansas Message, and eoni- tnended it highly, Thern is n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 March 1858

Cj\t Soutjjtrn Jnltlligractr. iGSTil, WEDNESDAY, MABCH 10, 1858. Opinions of the Snpreme Cenrt, Delivered at Austin, Fall Tim, 1857, \ CONDENSED BT f. 1 MBARDS. ■ fm I Appeal from Gonzales. TRAMMELL.) rlon by Justice Wheeler. Plaintiff having recovered the ruling ou the motion to quash, the ca- quest rat ion has become immaterial.— CheathMn vs Riddle 8 Tex 1G2. A demurrer in our practice will not b« deemed to reach defective amend monta in pleading which might have been cured bj amendment. If a party would take advantage of «och 4cfccts, he ebould point it out exception, m that the advera party Cay tjgierul. The .lefcndants answer, tlioW Nta«oe, In the case and the plaintiff's petition sufficiently show in what state the Plain- tiff's ancestor was dornicilated at the time of his death. The distribution of Eraonal property is governed by the m of the domicil of the deceased at the time of bis death. The general rule is, that the domicil of nativity con- tinues until a new one is acqu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 March 1858

BAKER & UOOT, "$M$hg tttmntt, Mr t intra aught in uulitt." VOL. 2. the intelligencer 18 PUBLISHED KVKllY WEDNESDAY. Mice on Hickory St., ffrit door below Dllltuu'i ( IN SWKNSON'S NKW KUII.MMI. ) 1'VKMÍ, '«WO DOliltAll* AND FIFTY CRNTH PKll YEAH, 1'AYAUliK IN ADVANCE. f<o Subscription will be received without $i SO accompanying it. 3'KUMH:—Single Copy, peryenr $ « 00 Tu Clviii—Hive win tu one tulilroM Ill (kl Ten tent tu owemldreai IH 50 Kiflet'U 8"lit in <i«e Kililreaa 95 IH) Twenty Ml dMe niUlresi :iu 00 HAi'liU OF AUVEIITIKINU i One Suiwre, lor one Imorflon $ 1 0 One Hqunre, for every suliwqwont liuerllon, !<p (Inn Hnunre, aix month ,... 7 no .* ni.i wiiiingM. one yenr Ill IHI lilicriil discount will lie mulle from tin- uhovo rutea, •lnrmlvertlaineiit of more tlinn one aquare. \ nqimre I* tun linea ■■•■u|wrell, (lilla aiie tpye.) Fifteen •lirit;* in llrevier type. AXttOtrXCK.VIBNTgl For County Officers, 5 00 For ritme OlBct'ra IU DO HOOK AND JOli I'lllN'riN Our iniite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 March 1858

of tjiavib county. FOR COMPTROLLER, CLEMENT 11 JOHNS, or hays COVKTX. FOR ASSOCIAT^l/STICE, CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, or rout dkxd ooiHrrv, xvp rjiV0H.itvi.fafp FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, U . T . W II E E L K Ii , of washington OOUNTV. JanetH. Bell a Candidate. y before oar road or* today, the cebetwoen a number o( the liavo practised before Judge ntlomsn, and invite for i, and culm considera- #qi). Judge Hell ^peonies a candidate b boldly tliia issue : l>o i refer, that their judges d by tficir own spontano- oiis wtfttfgwl Qr are they willing, to sanction the precedent of having them choBen by a political Convention, us- ibled for political purposes; pre- olitlcal claims ; acting as candidates; claiming political and expecting to act and do- r political officials '< to Bee that the well fed, versarics of Judge Bell, ery .existence, nnd irn- irn the public •reprehend copt e of ine, Wire iMiorftdto «nnotince HAM. C. T.VYT.oi^ m pi couditlitp tor lhaoHlcw ol riberilJ of tot via county, at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 March 1858

®|}í gontfrem |ntfíB¡tnttr. AUSTIN) \mnmi, Si ARCH UST We have before us the Lo' Quarterly, and Edinburgh Review, for January, and here give a sliort time to the examination of their contenta.— Each contain® a well written artielo on thepast and present state of fiast Indian affairs, and speculations as to its future prospects The paper in the Edinburgh is pecu- liarly able. Aftor a brief and search in# glauce at the annual resources de- rived from India, and the annual expense of maintaining its government, after discussing the causes of the present out break, and the disastrous consequences that have and will result from it, the writer says: ' Wo nre certain that tb<« only principle on which tho government of India can be cnrii ;d on worthily of this cotmtry, is tlint of plitntltiR Hutoiig hcrimnflli Uillllotm tlie semis of n nobler füith «n<< a Dottor URo. In mi enlarged point of view, tin) U'MO# ami the remedy consists not in VimtriiPtinB nr effort* to thin end. but in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 March 1858

effect in the Supreme Court the judgment, &c. is held f a good bond and a w i with the statute. or | b\ • y-it * communr tion in t tionsrof jr: buti a* Is, whether nd, at the w there was fio such" estate munity, prinui fade, it would be re- garded an advancement. But under our laws, where the purchase is made even with the separate property of the husband, in the name of the wife, it becomes community* Smith vs Straton 10 Tex. 314. The general rule is that a trust re- sults to the benefit of him who ad- vances the purchase money. Dyer vs Dyer, 2 Cox, 92, 1 Lending Cuses in Eq, 188. There are exceptions as well established ns the rule itself. For where the conveyance is in the name of the wife or child, jninia fucier it is an advancement nnd not a trust for the husband; ns in case where the deed was taken in the name of u( ,k stranger. 2 Story 1204. Hill on Trustees 135. Asa general rule the legal effect of a deed is to vest the property in the grantee. But all of these presumpti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 March 1858

<3 ©3 baker & root, "ifltfciBj tttuuntt, nar set totoa angftl in ntalirt." PROI VOL. 2. 1 J the intelligencer IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. efllre ou Hickory St., lint door below Duffou'* (IN SWENHON'S NEW RU1I.DINO.) T K R 91 ft i , TWO DOM,AUS AND FIFTY CENTS PER YEAH, I'AYAHlyE IN ADVANCE. No Kubsrription will be received without Si 50 nrcompnnying it. TKIIMB:—AlugloCopy, per year 9 2 50 To Clüos^-Fívo sent to uno nddrcM 1 00 Ten aont to «no ndclresn 18 50 rilteon «out to one luldreis yo 01) Twenty to one nddrcM MO 00 ratiÍm or aim i:ktiwi.\«; j One Snunre, lor one insertion, $ 1 One Hqunre, for ovory subsequent insertion, 50 t)il« Sqtwre, ix moutlp 7 00 ■Uní, Hnunrt), one yi'nr 10 00 A lil.ernl dUcount will lio mnilo I'ruiu tlia nliuvi! rulei, formlvertUmcut of more tliim oua «|tinre. A «qn"ri"l ten Uno uoiipiurell, (tlil «izo tpj r.) Fifteen linea in Brevier type. ANKOVNlUMBNTHi fur Counly Officer * 5 00 por Htnte Otilcor 10 00 «ook and joii piiin'1i1w« Our ninterlnl bei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 March 1858

M. D. AH cocjrrr. Or TRAVIS COUNTY. FOR -COMPTROLLER, CLEMENT R. JOHNá, OK niVd COUNTY. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, OF TORT bend countv. ano mcommkxded FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, K. T WHEELER, Of WASHINGTON countv. I he OciBseraejr and Our ever zealous now convert# to the i-Pyj-.¿-.r.ratlg church"— mauy of vrh m have been .Whigs, Know Nothings, ah and ftr m Iiisuuionists, nil witiiin tho last thro* years, are deter mined to "unoburch" all who do not >o only moral in politics uso the power, who get it who can; now, when the Democracy r, they should not only Democrats to the. bench, t those who belie vt< In po- omiuatious with all the ;h wltkh a Ma- rt the Koran and a in the book of Mor- men must excuso us. e belonged to the Democracy when it inscriptive. We served with :o who was islature. Our that have ii and have elect also old pr giu, was kin of Geor- o fol- ds lie [Cine Wo an MlliorU M«CMnM*tiJlort Aunanurruii-mx. _ed to «imounce HAM. C. TAYLOtt. tbooRco of Sheri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 March 1858

fjjt j$(ra%rn gntSfeitcer. ADST1Ü, WBPWBgBAY, MAlclifcM, j8S8. We notice that the Col Democrat and Planter dropped frol must head the names of the nominees of the Austin .Convention, for the Su promo Bench. Its number of tho 9tli inst. contains an ably written editorial, in which it endorses in full, the views expounded by Judge Bell in his letter of acceptance, and pledges itself to sup- port him in opposition to the nominee of the Convention. It says: "Reflation convinces m thnt the Democratic Parly ought not to make nomination* by con- ventions,lor Judióla; iftico, a part or the pint, form of the party, nod wo will not give our cgtk sent to this practice. This question is now pre- Motcd Tor the first time to the people ot Texas, and to the Democratic l'arty iu Texas, and It cannot be protended by any one that tbe sense of the people, or of the party has been taken upon this subject. The delegates who composed the Austin Convention were not instructed to make nominations for Judic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 March 1858

Jtm, 1857. Wasbh ¡J , to l>e ai to every case. tions between the different the offence, should be given so determine case 6 Yerg. 360. Tlie objéi the cliargc as applied to the fucts of this case, is that it required the jury to findtbe prisoner guilty of murder in the first degree, by too strenuously urg- ing upon their attention that the test of niuider in the first degree wns the intention to take the. life of the deceased without sufficient provocation; and by making murder in the second de- gree, iuclude onlv cases whore there was no intention to take life. Ifthe jury had believed that the killing was the resu It of high wrought passion, engendered at the time of the act, with out sufficient provocation, they could not find the prisoner guilty of mur- der in the second degree under this charge. For the provocation was occasioned by words only: 1 lowover in resulting and however great the rage produced they were not sufficient to reduce tho offence, in law, to man- slaughter; ...

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