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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 28 November 1857

TI! SIITI1UI HTlUIfflClL I-W El El VOL. 1. AUSTIN, tEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1857, NO. 69 ®ri-$8teklg Sffuíjrtrn Inítlligtnttr, IS published evert Monday, Wedn'sday & Saturd'y •a Hickory St., first door below Biffin's (m iwcmoit's >nr buildiho.) TIBHSi FOUR DOLLARS PER ANNUM, OR FIVE CENTS A SINGLE COPY—STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. 80B8CEtPTI a RKCEIVXD * PAPER8 SOLS AT BAKER & SMYTITS, DUFFAU'S AND AT QFljCE. RATES OP ADVERTISING:: One Square for oae i One Square for e r>ry subsequent insertion. in the rock. A part of a spear and socket let down to "fish" for it, remained below also, and the getting it out will be very tedious indeed. Such an acci- dent occurred in Belcher's great well in St. Louis^and the iron had to be pound- ed to atoms before the work could go on—a job which occupied a couple of months. The superintendant of this work is tlie same who sqnk- Belcher's well, and of course he will be squally successful in getting rid of the obstruc- 25 Artesiu Well Borii...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 28 November 1857

\1 THE INTELLIGENCER. Mates in the ftonu. i gome interesting debates have been going on mm city. „ . XT . . lif we publish a-trt-weekly, which we have been .The Galveston News rejoices at the elee~ ,, . ... . „ .. , able to support thus far without public patronage, tion ot Gen. Henderán and Judge Hemphdl as ^ ^ „orUl ,vhilo to sul)scrilie i anil nnaíps n liiirh i nmoruim unnn 1 . . • fur our tn-weeJviy. it would ufiurd us pleasure to puM'sli their delmteg. The Jefferson Herald is still advocating ^ Oar printers pnce got the nudctsflBding, that u division of (he State. V> e commend him to ; {¡,¡s was t0 be done, and prepared accordingly. Dr. Lincccnm. ; lint we have heard nothing further from it. Of ^1, The Houston T.l«.gn*>h and the Civilian conrse we cannot Ijc expected to do more than both opposea constitutional convention. When uotice the proceedings iu our weekly. The de- their cities shall have 1)0.000 instead of 6,000 j bates would be more interesting. inhabitants each,...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 28 November 1857

in Helena, the verdict of which we have not learned, b it it is stated to amount to nothing-. The attack occurred at the lower'Ojo de Agua, or Yates creek, and the report states, that from the facta, it appears that the aggressors do not now seem to care about cutting up the carts, but that they wish to exterminate the Mexi- cans, and intend to do «o, even if they have to enmniit murder.— Snn Antonio Lg/ger, Extra. Honors to General Hamilton. On Wednesday níorñing Gen. T. N. Waul, in bcliall" of the bar of the Su- preme Court of Texas at Austin, ad- dressed the Court, as follows-: May it p/ease the Court: Since the adjournment last evening, the mournful intelligence of the death of Gen. James Hamilton', of South Carolina, has cast its sorrowful shadow over this city. The Governor of the State by special message, the Senate and the House of Representative^ by resolutions, have expressed their grief for his loss and their deep sympathies for his bereaved family. The sad duty has devol...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 28 November 1857

between the handful of Texians and tiie millions of our enemies. He saw that the federal form of the Mexican gov- ernment had been overthrown. That despotism in a central form was estab- lished. That we had no alternative bat tu crouch beneath the oppressor, or to battle for our lives and Liberties. What was his astonishment to hear from his friend of many years standing, the gifted McDuffie, whose st ul was touched as with a live coal from the al tar of Liberty, but who, perhaps, im- mersed in the stniggles and interests of his own State, was in total ignorance of the history of Texas, the character of our struggle, the grandeur and purity of its motive or its immense results up- on the affairs of this continent, in his last message, declaring that the insur- gents of Texas were not entitled to sympathy or recognition, and with epi- thets of opprobrium, that we had 'orfeit- ed ail claims to fraternal regard, and deserved our destiny. No one Was found willing to this attaek. In fact...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 21 February 1866

pwj I gent ; Of'tllfl tli-W 17th. nt to ad ittee on amend tfeew PtmT.ISHEKB. 21, 1866. ?>- i S; K? ft resolution, ber of copies of Texas, (ib & White's Dl- firat and sccond ti^ea, and Roberts, Saunders, Sanfflev, Selm&n, to Judiciary Committee. Shields, Shuford, Smith of Coloradn, Ir. Raucke offered a ^solution, Smith of Lamar, Taylor of Fannin, ¡ the committee on Internal Im- Thomas Of Cameron, Thomas of proveniente be instructed p> enquire Grimes, Yarnell, Walker, Waul, into and report upon the propriety of Woods, and Yo^ng—^48. abolishing capital punishment in the Motion lost. to ^ of l$e Constituti Misled in jest, to furnish each member cf this ' with one oopy. Lost, r. Spaight introduced an ordi nance, amending the 8th Section of «*•?the Bill of It;ehts. Read - favevitmn until seoond times, and referre day next. committee on tí*© General Provisions p. Jones of Bexar moved to prfet of the Constitution. 8tate of Texas, and enlarging the State Penitentiary. Lost. ) M...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 21 February 1866

K ft ■' =• - :N , i ,isr I EW m MM .tw- t - -- . ■m nM^to4í, 9+U¿ *.^7gBTO ¡?n, jU.<M£ im. *r- fMlOMJ When we lajr pause—let di«—lot till put' H@B3S In the Convention, jr eo. **««, xouo. >«^ui h*> Resolution ofl'ered by lit. Bump , Br«t the peopl day of the Oonveution: ' . nreiudl< Retalvtd, That the condition of All State requires that this Convention should alter or amend tho Constitution of this StnV, to '.far as if> necessary to enable it to resume Its for- mer friendly relations with the United State# a* a State of the Federal Union, and no far- ther. * BUMF ASS. The subsequent Resolution of Judge Pas- chal covered the same grounded was de- fended by Ur. B., & fallows: Mr. Blmpaw said—It is to gratify no desire J have for public speaking. I can assure yon, • Mr. President, that I stand he ¿6 in my plaoe to defend a resolution wbioh I offored the &'i first day of this Convention, and which was referred to the proper committee, and is await- ing their actio...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 21 February 1866

, ■■***j*v .«T.;' R& the Pác&lty omy. W. H, Ow , H. D, 1 Drai *SA Pathological Anatomy. f!S! ¿0" L- WATKisg, M D,, Prafeesor of Theo- U and Practice of Medicine r^TltW ■■ ■- ^ ¥>;W> wrfi i r '.i- ideritl banypol lO 0 11« n*M flam I*,! den, knows &at he i an intolcrrf knew its I . --p tná'létJMh loose. Tijdcn commenced fKttut- " the President i "-inS SSrSrz^ t *' "*<***«*J >Js5. years ago, He tto •wer of Physiology sod to indulge him ¿4. ProtteMwr of ObaMrlea ua ing to om DeraocraÜb doctrim m «¿fes "--* ssssMsasi^ t,j'L ins 1 Hfcfv ■o. fiiWi.ijft,, . Bobino, Um. :, M. D., Professor of Chemis- «1 Jurisprudence. ' D., Demonstrator of AuW JOHN H. WEBB, II. fa., Dean of the Vacuity. LECTORES. Course uf Lectura® n Monday Jo November npxt, and ficent Rainbow tail, the, J>ifd last Wednesday ia AprU, I866-7 for no " ■ m, WWW . YHOMPSO*. irst^RE- j or 'th*thc«ao: Hy|H ©ITIII ho£e this may 13,ISAS marks. Ho branched off, elaborating on hit subject and illustrating it...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly — 21 February 1866

m^m v' '■• ntto ¿lira té* vm claim* of has A*. day* to par- i above lina. r,Xr. all 108. FREEMAN. ni ■■ , . who! ^ In .-f.v «. • . . •>? 1 ">■"" r- IPW UL WOT ICE. TO 2MZJT ÍXDJÍÍ/ rH the assistance of Mrs. M. A. Free- man la selactlnr. I expect to 0901,« . , . _ . early as Spaing aad summer Style# caa be Chairman; Uteres, Davis of obtained,thehandsomest to¿kof . r, Smith of Cobrado, i*dl®e FurnAsbtn* «o®ds. 17 th, the must accompany *¿nSS& coo who received such pa direct1ylafei**M Each propositi sufficient tu&r*u The satisfactorily '.'■/ Tbe Gorer •' jeot any or all tfae of ous to oo 89. Propoaal* wttV flour" audaddré , Tiuiker, titiiU. ft, Jit-'' ¿ tof Smith of ret and Ektti***.—Mr. ... lnettag thai* spring ootfit. fjjie bidden ltb«t dlrcfftJy or 1 bid®" a H aieoa paal tea mst be the right toí if deeded advent endorsed, '«proposal fc?í , mm ■ • "i.: C^2*y J,.; - .3i i . so g. b: > ',■■ ■ Hunt, Lane, Anderson, Davis of rokee, Gtddings, Hill, Halbert, idletoa, Pc Ef...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer Tri-Weekly, The
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