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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 March 1858

baker & hoot, "Ming «rbwiU, wr set botott mrgfet in malift. , WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. IWih« Soutberu Intelliireucvr. (II'ESTIM VOL. 2. the intelligencer is PUBLI8HKD 1SVKRY WEDNESDAY. Offire on Hiekory St., first tloor below DulTuo'x < IN SWENSON'S KKW RUI1.D1NO. ) ^~ÍÍibmÍ¡ TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CKNT8 PKR YEAU, PAYAHI.K IN ADVANCE. No Subseriptiun will lie received without $2 30 arcomjiunying it. TKBMSi—SlnaloCopy, perynnr.. S a 50 To CbU**—Plve mm to one tulilivm 10-00 Tnu «ml to one uililrraa If 50 Fifteen mint lo ouh mliireaa 35 *00 Twenty lo olio nddrcM 30 00 MAT KM OF AUVBRTmnifl) , Oim Square, tor one r. 8 14 On« Hqusra.fur every aulwnquent luaurllon, 50 Oil* Hqii r«, •! nimitlia, 1 00 Une .-".iiirtir, one 10 DO A libi'inl dlacount will on mnile limn tli« uliove ratea, furmlverttam" ' of more tlinn one a<|iiiire. A aqusre U ten line* ii |mreil, (tilia aim tpye.) fifteen linea ill Brevier type. Aft N O UNCI K M E NT MI For ffdnllty oBleer Í 5 00 For Stnte Ofllcer 10 00 ...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 March 1858

md iU Ko«!«t«.' J Wo transfer to ónr outaide Coluiiius| "Justice," to I Houston thor is a r ng, Ji*v smfi i D,. QRAH. li.or RUSK 00BWTV. ««n. 9HH u m« mmm> for éinvlfTHotiífi;, cteateT B. JOHS¡*. OK. MAYS COt'XTY.. • FOR1 A8S0ÍMTÉ JÜSTICC, CONSTANTTfrE W. U;OKLEY, op voirr itefcro county'. . j inn k<:o *sn!>|td • 1 ' " for chief Justice, It. T. WHKKLKlt. .pr VAsmúijTgj covsjYt ; ntli. r Dem- Binporato course of re foresee thftt such n to weaken the aro thousand* will uvt 'boar Rrratval of Judge Loring. , March IB. -Got. Bank of this Stale, •cd Judge Luring, under the vote ol Legislature requiring liim todo so, on se- nt ot hi having in Ins official capacity def ol í meóme, Known aa tlie "Pmbnil Lib- enacted by llie Legislature of the rhusetts, unconstitutional.—TMt- above i i it other argument in favor of an ve Judiciary. Judge Loring decidtd, m>t what tint law v > -. Imt tL.ul it « tu iiucoiiHtif utioii- ui. II'' lii-ld lii* nflicif ' the pI' HKiirc of the Uovernor. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 March 1858

®jjt £rot|}crtt Inlellij iwrn, nmtmwm ■ 1 11 -r" ■ ' 1 ¿0 f rdbmvb) of Judge Lariig. , boston. March H.- Guv. Bunk , ol UiU Sfi > ilwiTOX, jani'CU if. mu?, jjuujta, ui w '" tWri-movad Judge I^infc, «trier " vuto th<s#tc)fl^olar<i roqm-nUnK bim to do no, on ncc'iuiit wf bin linving lu bin olBcini capacity .kt'laml n mewure known as tbe 'l'onotml l.ib- "rtv BUI.' enncted liv (lie Le(rt l*tur« ot ilia State of MttWMchuwl'.*, uncoiiatUutiotinl. Hero in unother instance of a politi- cal party requiring a Judgo to decido constitutional questions in accordance with the views of the dominant party, mid then Removing liim' Ibr hnving tlio independence to say, that the constitu- tion of the United State in paramount to a nullifleutiou disunion law of Mutua- chuBctta, and that a nefcro is not white man. Texas Pcinoerats ter than MássaVhiiButts Rcpu lie sure, but tin; (lciluii'u«<jF<if an ad joining'fit'ite-oiico tried flpwmo thing upon a democratic Judge^pr not deci- ding the ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 March 1858

■3&i i him to sb MISCELLANEOUS. TotTce" B hereby given lo all whom It and parliatilarly. loIImnvliitemled in Ihe at- l>Ol JohitalbnnWnlluee. th«t land U> tin heir* of mid Wnlluee. by > Legielutnre or the State of r. A. !>• 1MI. No.WSO W.Smlih. Ommlaainn- a, on «lay of UreettAe# t ami II not heard frotn wilhin 60day*. Coate will !«• p|>lit d for fmro me* JOIWM. wallaob. v<-:-nnü7-:l>0d. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 'VERTISEMENTS. theur. >>h. I ^ DR..BAAKEE Treat* all Ditantt Free of I BAAKKK will > lire i will < ;as r. Flow I to what wo know ^ i «bo with of our veteran ft!' T • , we ky before ow tomIcps n0 a tibe letter of the .Secretory of Oiupus No. 4. I Department of Tew, \ ítonio, Feb. 8,1858./ from the War i ordered to be War Department, 1 on Jan. 10,1858. j No. 88, Decem- Depertment of Head court . mm I tod é flourt, publishing to hie command his opinion and decision to oontrediot the opinion which the President had' pro- nounoed and published in ord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 April 1858

SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE BY BAKER, ROOT & CO. AUSTIN, TEXAS, APRIL 7,18-58. Tin!* INTELLIGENCE R JS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESOAV, fHITMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR, i Hickory St., Corner below DufTaifi in swknson's nbvv bui! uino.) i wo dollar ami l'ayabi.k i cents !'F!H YEAR, NCK IIVANC \o Kubscrijilion will be received without $2 SO aerompanyin* it. TFltMSl—Singlo ropy. p ryi*nr t 'J f.U l'o Cww-rN "Ut to tino ail.licM. - ID (m Ten «Biitfii miftailili uw 1 h M I'iI'iu'ii mint to un« mlilrtwi *5 00 Twimry iri tic mlilicud.. 30 u(> UVrKH oír AUVÜR'1'ImTkoÍ OjiB-Squnre, for one Imorlion 9 1 u iffllS fiqunrn, for «very aubneqacnt loaertioii, So on« Hi[unr" «I* month , 7 OU uii« ftaiwrc "«« y ;- ' JO 00 A libernl diarmint u III tin ni il« from tin- nbove rni'i, ' |o¡Hilvurli«oiPuIii of ninto tlimi on« aqimre. A mi i nl« tmilliifli noupmuil, (lltU nlxu tpyf.) Fifteen lln«< lu IJrevior tjpc. < A .\ « ÍT Xtiill tC ¡VI' 81 Connly Ollicer t 5 !UJ f&w «tute Officer ,....... 1U Off (fFnfté...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 April 1858

i -áÉtát-. l'J ¿to. i ^ 1 1 I jj. I to tbe interest of the paper. Kvcry- Tí*. I tbiug which tends to tbe prosperity of 'iLó State aud ituxl oi it* citizens, the itelligcncer will look after witli a s= =f watchful and parental eye. 1 J. T. WHITMAN. or hays O L EH, rt, lefl, R. JOHNS, county. ,,, é- fm msdciatf justice, iv W. BUCKLEY, fort bkxj> col'ntt Ucu*KC iieo H-illJgli- -Jtf Of WASHINGTON COUNTY. —z kmraaaceateata. W« are ■ulliorixnl to hdboudco J. T. (IR A VES M mb4U«ui for lihkf Juatlco of Trerla county, nt llui n«xl AuftlM electíou. . Wc nr« (ulliurUrtl to •niiouiiri the imiiw of Jtsir.t T. Moi.AUUIN u « «MKÜdat fur tlic nfllcn uf County Clei k. W« krf authorized «tul requt-*te4 to wiimunea Jno P. WHITE, of QiuuUluui] county, u * cmnlldotii lor |lie aflce of IMttriet Attorney uf tiistnd Juctirlnt DUrii t; ubjoct to tbo *rtiun of in* IMMrlet UumoontU: Conven- tion. Uoctlou in August, We lire authorise.] to announce JAM ES II. TRY, uf Wabbarvllle. M an Indcjiundent Oerouci a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 April 1858

sutjjern lit'cllipccr, There was a heavy snow-storm [at Naslivillo, on tlio nitflit of tV 7tli [iiist-, and on the 8tli a Very liupe nuin- [bcr of the citizens indulged iu Uio I pleasure of • sleighing frolic •Gen. Sum Houston is said to he I the only member of the present Coii- I gross who was also a member thirty- I live years ng«, wtien Edward Everett I formed ouo of tho three hundred con- I stitúting that hody. ggff- Tho Memphis Eaglo tud Enqtii- Irer says tho heaviest snow of the sett- Isnn at that place was on tho night of J the 1th inst. On the morning of the 8th, 2 1-2 inches covered the ground. We hear much of railroad acei- Idents, but according to lists published in the New York papers, there were hut sixty-three persons killed, and one [hundred and ninety-ono injured by' J them in the United States Inst .year. gff." Aeeordiil^ to the recently pub- lished report of the Surveyor General : of California, there was raised in that ■ State last year, 2,172,818 bushels of [whea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 April 1858

r St. Louis. it would I, roeo or uteaAs have been evidence i* accumulating h^M^hMUiestion. I t of adulterations is ning Post. Similar extunaively in ' is adulter of Paris, coppor; bottled with certain salts rith chicory, roa tod " wureel; chic- carrots, saw Venotian red ; oocoa with ar- rowroot, potato flour, sugar, chicory ferruginous red earths; cay- mustard, husk, Xenttion red us ol para- cayenue; lard ¡"tí enne with grouud rice, colored with red 1 (oS Jan. 10,1 um the correspondí tary. of the Illinois State Ag Society, dated at Springfield, 1SS8-, giving sonto information. He writes, " Brtdeuco is constantly accu- mulating that sugar and molasses can from Chinese sngar cano, and A few days ago the Indi- of Agriculture were in ses- sion, and hod before them large spec!- mens of cano sugar mado in that State; an account of tlie process was furnished, and 40,000 copies of the suns for distribution were ordered to be printed. This morning I have ro- ceivod two copies of J. S. Leveri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 April 1858

SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCE * ■ - * • * i y *>+**+ r* BY BAKER, ROOT & CO. AUSTIN, TEXAS, APRIL 14,1858. YOL. II—NO. 34, Kfla fije |iüíHÍ0íntcr IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J, T. WHITMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR, rtlfire o Hickory St., Curlier below DufTan's (IN SWENSON'S NEW BUTl.BlNO. ) 'I' «•! IIII N : I WO DOLf.AItS ANl) FIFTY CF.NT8 PER YEAll 1'AYAUUK IN ADVANCE. So Nubnrrijitioii will be rceeiveil without $-2 30 accompaiiyiiig it. TERMS'—fllniileCopy, per year S a .10 To L'LvbA—Five sunt to ono address 10 00 Ten iff lit to uno aiidreaa 18 SO l-'il'tfHii sent to un" tulilrees í!5 UO Twenty to one ndilrCVS 30 00 HVTlin OF ADVUBTIMNMi p na Sqtisre, lor ono liuortion * 1 0 unr Stiimre, fur ei«ry nubiequuiit tnsertleu, _ 51) Ono Hqunr«, "ix months 7 00 quo Hqunro. uno your 10 w A libornl discount will be mano IrOm tlio shove rutee, foradvcrtiimetitii of inoro tlmn one «qunre. A q« rois ton line nonpareil, (this «Izo tjiye.) Fifteen jincs in r.revicr type. ANNOVNCKiVIKNTS i |fyr Oouuty O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 April 1858

: . ¡ : : ÍPIÍTuTIM tíciett _ - CiwrcMUa. •m '¿'i. :; oí gr or KUSJC COPNTV. FM TREASURER. ICMMt, aham, h. randolph, OF mVI COUNTY. >0H COMPTROLLER. clement r. johns, or hayb cocirrr. FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, CONSTAKTÍNE W. BUCKLEY, or rotrr bckd county. ARQ MCSIUitMBID FOR CHIEF JUSTICE, WHEELER, Wa trt «uthorlmd to mdoiiih-o J, T. (1RAVEH Mud Id At 0 for Chief Juttic* of Trarla county, at the nest Aufuat election. We are nuUiotltrd to tnuounr* the umne of Jjmki T. HcLAUHIN M * candidate for the office of County Clerk. Wa «ra au'thoriied amf requeated to aniiounco J mo. 1*. WHITE, of Guadalupe county, aa a candidate for the •Cm of Dlatrlct Attorney of the find Judicial Dlatnrt; abject to the action of the Dlatrlct Democratic Couren- rise. Election In Aufuat, Wa are anthorliod to announce JAMF.il H. FRY, of Webberrttte, aa an Independent Democt atle candidate KrCUaf Juatlce of Trarla county, at the o timing election. Waare authorlied to announce HAMUKt. J. WOOD, aa attouüdatn lor A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 April 1858

®jjc Soa%nt gntflligtitcfr. ADftTisr, APRIL U, 18ft? TKXASJTEMS. A considerable atorm passed over I portion of UrMoi iu ami Colorado eoun- I tjes last week, which beat down the I young corn and cotton. An affray occurred in Rusk county, near New Danville, week .beioru last, between a Mr. Burgo uud a Mr. John Wilkin*, in which the latter was dan- gerously woundfcd. A daughter of Mr. Thomas Ellis,re- Biding near Lancaster, In Dullus county, was thrown from a horse, a fuw days &g¡), and had her arm broken aud face and head very much bruised. The Herald says the denizens of the, counties west of Dallas have had no su- gar for several weeks, and are forced 1o resort to " long sweetening," mean- ing molasses we presume. Wo would greatly prefer coffee " straight" to such u mixture as this. We learn from the Texas Ranger that the Brazos river still continues in ex- cellent navigable order. The last number of the Quitman Her- ald speaks of frequent and heavy rains in that part of the Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 April 1858

f ®¡3® Ml Duptns Hie Soil. . Iihm atte.iipti'd to ruixc íólablea ttp .n ii(ilWrnit>- ' llw. nVpr im- to v*h ud £ _ J «rwt if on^Htidi tóml freanon lly lit the" top, but Utviao into itiu «wiftll iibrtM j| t bettor tlie b, and N(tivui! in all dircctioiu. f««jUHtio plant*, If, tWc- to httvS H inkulloW soil, it it. itry from ihhctiiinitler- lower the line < f eland- 1 to the exu'iit to which iltÍTuted crops di'H- bottor limo a nlwl< lav one, bccause it furnmlioa a nioro •*- touaive feeding grou ltd lor the rooU. The oluwouta of nutrition, which the it Rnda in tho soil, arc not all upon Many < l tÍM in arc waalied jbsoil, and ni i " themselves. Tlieae, tlic by a sort of instinct, march out in find, aa well in the depths of tho earth aa at its aurfacc, if no obstare opposes. By striking deep roots, again, the plant* afand more (irmly in tho earth, so that they aro not bo readily drawn out or shaken by tho wind. Indeed, every one knows that a soil two feet deep is botter than o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 April 1858

It PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J, T. WHITMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR. JMn op lliekorjr St., Curlier below DufTao'i (IN BWKNSON'S NEW RUII.DINO. ) TKHMMi TWO DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS PKK TEAK, FAYAHI.E IN AUVANCE. lit gukieription will be receircd without $-2 §0 aeeompunying it. TKItUfli—SlaileCopjr, ptrynir I 5 so T Clu «—Kl Mill lu 0110 mlilima 10 00 Tonaeutto uuondilrnu ID 50 Fifteen Mill to on* addrm S5 00 T nij to on kiMipu :i0 00 ¿IATKN OV a i i O '# !tqa r , tur one imnrtion, * 1 0 OH Aguara, fur eirarjr aubuquani tnsartwn, Ml One Square, tlx months, 7 UO Oae Hqusr«, one year 10 00 A libara) discount wilt lis mada from thaaliuva rate , foradrartiamante of mora than one aqunra. A iquarait ten linea nonpareil, (this size tpye.) Fifteen lieff is Brevier type. ANNOVKCKKICMTSi , «SOU 'OIHrors 10 00 booh and job phimi nfi Oar malarial living entirely new, we are prepared to txeaute e erjr variety of ■nki*k,>'*'<l| itiiJ Orunuiriital Priiiling at raaionabla ratea, and in a atyie uuaurp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 April 1858

=33 * O* Bf nton. aB#w~m brings tl lay. look now lii the :ed be groat bM itimate ny nun AH R. JOHNS, COl'NTY. ATE JUSTICE, W. BUCKLEY, BBND COUKTV. LEE. COUNTY. d to «nnoui.cn J. 1<H?RAVKH « « Jul tice of Tr« l« county, at the next eüic Mine of i auk T. r (be oBco of County Clerk, d to muouitee Jno. P. I candidato for tile Judicial Ulatrict -, í Gonna- vmr-zmzSjEli It. FRY, of sandume (nlerUun. HAMU*M. WOOU, and Collector of TravUcoun- rioorlon. niMtunrr l„ L. HYKKH u a cttli- " Collector, of Traria j JAI. U, TIIOMJ'SO* I County CUrrtt at the ec«u- 4 D. McOINNIM, tofUlalrlct At- Drat Hon- nla would lie jjlcnited to receive t he aup- r bia friend*, aoquaintaneea, and the people gem- , who believo hlui to be deaenrlng and mertto- «e flF.O. H. OK^Y, u r Juatlce of Tfarll Co., to announce JAM KH CAHTKK, of * enndldftte for the office of Aiaeeaor of TratrUcounty at the aoauiiig election. auUtorlaed to aunouueo HIANK BROWN aa a • fur reflection to the nftlco of Clerk of the of Trarla c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 April 1858

|g ' , 9 . ■ Cfet $outjjmt Inteilijiucfr. AUSTIN, APIIL 21, 1858. TEXAS ITEMS. ^ Throe men have been Bent to the Pen- itentiary by the Bexar District Court. Upper Red River, it is Raid, lias been ¡ higher this season than since 1849. An old man named Jack Bibb, of Ti tus county, was stabbed to death by a | man named Alexander a short time ago. The prospect of the wheat crop in (lie | vicinity of Helton, is represented by the Independent as being very fine. In Live Oak county tho grasshoppers [have done considerable iujury to the [ corn crop. The Penitentiary cotton mills now tnrn out, it is said, from ten to twelve J thousand yards of cloth por week. The work has been resumed on the I Ruilroad extension froln the Brazos to the Colorado. Three miles of tliu Road [ will be laid in a few weeks. The Victoria Advocate says saltpetre lis an infallible cure for thy bite of a [feiinke. The San Antonio papers say the |gi!lil5illl"PPl,r8 are still doing great injii- jry o the crops in many po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 April 1858

\ along rom MttM n,in the State ml in time* , win ■MiMV mwwl ¡1 -■■■•-. ' 1 WJWJ the fly pine . t «M up to us u great I tt big man iu thu neigli- t, howov- to one Ool. Jjumur, who that "jimtHtd in and being withal " mi the average of s had wish- _ .- J other broad acres.— y lio looked around him and a be expressed it, " the neigliborlmoil," to McAl pin, to go to iate with Col. La- of tliia also, lie- meat, and u which was stowed muidle bugs, and like nipotcntiarica, being ble inatiuetieiix, Mac a piixw wood Ui:kuy, nam , and hied him off to OharM- longcr than or hiii agent was or some bad luck had " ' :wér that AuguH did not get after the day had trail - fixed on for his re- in the meantime, bad very fury of impuli- hla eyes fixed on the was crusty toward# i toward his wife ly eat or slept lie had set his the Lamar we er, Angus was MMH ... oar parto ! Tlien she said, r hux rodo out in the couu •hortly. (Jo'ne in, wait a while. l*'e no doubt the will soon return," ami the hud a prett...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 April 1858

3 BY. BAKER. ROOT k CO. tm iiaCi afine S--WJ r Ti 1 JJ .AUSTIN, TEXAS, APRIL 2*. ^ ¿«ii nl ff irT r r - VOL. IHM 36. IJ Ü (Jb IS PUL'LISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. T. WHITMAN. ÍSSOCIATK RÜITüJt Hfits-5 Ilifbrv ?t„ r yrí¡?r-fc ?:iS"x jíí-. (IN SWKjisON .i KKIV lirU.I|!XC. f¡ H , l «11 TWO 1101.1.AUS AM> lll'TV «SIlNTS I'KIt VI¡Alt, 1'AV VUI.K IN ,\U\ AM.'i:.. S# Snbsfri pi ion w i!! Iir iWM'nl without Si! it) arMuijiiiiiyins: it, TTifWl#:«-u* Uijlu(> l>y,\>et y« iu'. jh y 51 To C.'n i —I'k ' to «ni* imíiÍc |(: oo '!Vi> rosit t<> tint'htl<ir«'rf* IH 50 Kíí'um!-ft'.nj inon.' ttjriiI!'<'«« Of) •T v«miI',v In mir? tifliln KH :m Olí if iti:m oi< < itr rtauai'fi t<>r <>•'« $ I ( Our Hmwi'* t«>r iMvry *tilme«jiu'itf huwHi'>ti. ... ' (' Our {4vjnén\ . v« ............. * 00 ijiw ,1uft HUM A li.bi rnl diW*oui l nvill l n itithl IVrti'í flu* hImhc i'hI' m, t®riu1v<ii)¿iniviiti< n(a inure than «lie mjiimiv. \ ^itorei* teiilitiMioonimrril, (fli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 April 1858

' : i B| mm p U )OLPH, HNS, HAY wsftlbh justice. W. BUCKLEY, BEND COUNTY, EELEB, of Jakes T. atfs TliOMi'PON as A. D. McdlNNIS, ofDUtriot Srat Mob IplMMd to resulte the rap- frlenda, MHjwUntancn, and thn pimpla gen- b«lie*a Urn Co be dmenríng «mi mérito- announce flKO. V. (IDAY, M of Chief Justice of Tr l Co., D announce JAMES CARTER, of didete for the office of Aieeeeor . • election. •>IÉ & srraMWi: > county, M the «est Auguit «lee id to anaoance Dr. 0. «1. IIAYMIK •• office of Aeseeaor *nd Collector, of t the ensuing cluction. | I to announce JAMKS II SUAW, u I Collector of Trarts Couuty licita. j will attend to ray pro- ring my absence. My oil- roes him. V. FASOHAL, net, Yoc.—The Principal been summoned to wusl> rily be absent for The paper will be entire- iu the mean time, by the Tory familiar with but he will exert he paper, we shall take notes of iy happen by tho way, printed. Our readers wo «hall permit our , either to detain tu or to send u. upon a Wo ahall ende...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 April 1858

ffjje Southern Jntflligcncrr lOlTIS CITTi APRIL «8, 1818. " " TETI item. Mustang mulos and ponies are freely ■uld in Waco at $SO a $35 por head. There wru * slight frost in Dalhts on the 1 ith and 18th, but not enot|gh to do any damage. We learn from the Seguin Journal of (he 17th, that the grnsshoppers are dy- ing in great numbers in that soution. The residence of Mr. Itsid, at Wood- ville, Tylor county, was entirely des- troyed by lire on the 11th. Tlio family were absent at the time. The Quitman Herald undot Manda that the proopect for overwhelming crops of wheat in Wood and surrounding coun- ties, is very bright The 8au Antonio papers report sev- eral cases of Small Pox in that place. The disease is confined entirely to the Mexi can population. The Gonzales Enquirer, of the 24tli, «ays the grasshoppers arc taking their departure from that placo and vicinity. They take a northeast course. A man named Jasper Glaevecko was murdered within 12 miles of Browus- ville, week before last...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 April 1858

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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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