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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 May 1858

, ROOT & CO. AUSTIN, TEXAS, MAY 5,1858. VOL. It WHISKED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. T. WHITMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITOR ISM on Hickory -St., Corner below Dalian's 11N SWKNSON'S NEW BUILDING.) tkkmmi TWO DOLI.ARS AND FIFTY CHNT8 PF.U YEAII, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. No Subicriplionwill be received without $2 50 accompanying it. TEIIMS:—rtlHBl C l jr, peryenr....! t 3 ¡10 T Cluih—I'lVO «cut la one uridrru 10 «0 T«a *ent to au« *4drru 18 SO FIAmii «ont lo Oil ultimo s.'i 00 TWanty to on* tiltlrcH 30 00 ItATKM OP ADYRIiriMNVi ^ u* Squnri-, lur on* Inwrtion, • l a ■On* Squ r«i, for nrery 4uli oquiiut tu«rtion, So •On*Squnrc,«ix mihith ,... 7 00 •«u<! H«|U«r , oa# y« r 10 00 A Ubor t dlaconnt will be (row the lio>e ram, for <l HUnl tiU of more tlinn one aquar*. A aguare la ten lint* nonpareil, (till* aiae tpjre.) Fifteen IIUfa In Urevuij type. _ annovkckivrntri Far County Offieera S 5 00 per Sute Oílcéra... 10 00 HOOK AND JOB PRINTING Our material bat"* entirely new, we are prepared to eteeiita e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 May 1858

ill Caireitiaa. iittia intei Southern people, that pur' lo Souther It is a in to the gentlemen who compose the coin t «ipWfce The addr ess sets out bj^ giving the motive which prompted tlio organiza Uornmen Beadiu Oil af the Party. ' 1 in atliern rcial Coren :■ • .... tion of a I the causes of tlie decline of 'the foreign ate*, <pd ,plan for it re- far, they gay, iiavo not inly attribu- „ body aa to I to be adopted,) altliough has been accomplished from annual opcmblies, by making rn men more acquainted with other, and through that acquaint- leaving th^ üteering and delight- fact, that . however they may differ about men, about party politics, or nor* |fo«* i no dif- In the I-editen t pleM- COIUpli- g Deiy allas Herald, to wo Jo II cm be iwi mul do wit hexllute tn my it. the idea of cultivating tin fríe labor, n« being neither the beet e«>u' which the white can occupy, nor the heat arrange- owiit for the African race. The editor claim l« have been raised in the cotton Held. Il...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 May 1858

wwjpt ■ ' - tyt Soii%rit Jntdligciiccr. ACSTlIt, s i : : : : t : ■iyTSh. mis items. A Mr. JKacheU was killed near Ilend- cr«*nTec«iMlly, by a man iinimxi Peguies. Botü wore oltinens of Rirnk comity. The Gulveutdii O'vilian kuyr the vo- ceipt« of cot^n nt tlmt port to Monday morning the 98th, was 03,453 bales. A case of small jiox, reuní ting in death, mado its appearance about fifteen miles South of the,town of Palatine a few days ago. /■' Quite a revival of religiqu, we luarn from the lloroocrut, is now going on in • Columbus, and a goodly number Imve made a profession of religion. We learn from the, Dallas Herald, of the 24th, that a pai'ty of liorse thieves were lynched in Kaufman county the jwevious week. , The revival in the Methodist Church at Galveston, says the Isanhur, still con- tinues, and quite a number have* been converted.. A party of emigrants, sixty in num- ber, including women and children, from Dalias and Collin counties, were "on their way to California on the 12t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 May 1858

ticen. Of Mid «•win. Jr., Dyciiua, ■>. whose resiliences are 1 U> which ¡set M- uiklw" (before tlio hit is "C! IrVRIVV TIW opFurmri piFLx 4 fbierix bittbm nui rROM ALL MINERAL roisBN.-. m nr. great Pborulx extraordinary , -, I Iter it mor l han twenty yeare hefues the.|wMte, sud bav- lull IfSOUS rahs'of everyclty sud'village ib tin* L'nUad Sistes, Itere ere urnnr who are ready to tertt fy .01 heir -Bleary iu reimrt-lng dúra.e ....I «.rum «« Uir i*+v~922gff EruptioIli is truly nr tige o bu the ^ «Ml* II dtoeaatf. «n«l> té their «uratlrc p-«| Mo family 3kiw be without ti cm, m by thr much eitfTsrlng and espume uiaj be eafed. M.I.I AM B. MOFPATT, M. D.,11. Y iit rrtfrW?'■n intiiri I («•sue and U- 1 labor; I Win. J 1 i.tonisliing anil unequalled ' to ■ UJejJÍ 1* \ '^91 n>fclifi> n •SHfJlrWTi- IT" of the in ten 1 the vc («Dd 1 ¡ved *1 to-Ui 10 cont IH)f utc,ciind 1 «- conimciiccd oí count- was ovcr- 6th Sep- wert wife of said L«wb P.. Lewis, ht to 'ÍSLd,*.. Jren and Mlr oí...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 May 1858

****a—Bawc? .-arm * MBUKeSBBF™ SOUTHERN INTELLIGENC BY BAKER, ROOT & CO. AUSTIN, TEXAS, MAY 12,1858. VOL. II—NO. 38, ®|¡e SnttUigmter, is PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. T. WHITMAN, ASSOCIATE EDITO R 6 Sec on Hickory St., Corner below DufTao'i (IN SWKNHON'S NEW Mill,DINO. ) T K H RIM I TWO DOLLARS AN1) FIFTY CKNTS TKIl YKAIt, 1'AYAHLK IN ADVANCE. No Subscription will be received without (2 §0 accompnnying it TKHM8:—Singlo Copy, per year t 3 50 T'i i,'i.uw—Fire amit tu 0110 nililreaa 10 uu Ten flit 111 our adilri-iia 18 SO Fifteen BHt to one adilreaa UO 00 'lVnuty to our wlilreaa 30 110 hatkn of ann?iimiiv^ ^ U Square, ior oue inaertton 9 1 0 One Square, for every auliaequent lnaurtion, ftfl One Square, aix month : 7 oo One Square, one your, 10 00 A llberel illacount will lie tnmlu from the «lióte rute , foradverllamont of more tUnn ene aquare. A aquare iaton linea nonpareil, (this aize tpye.) Fifteen linea in Brener type. A*N«UNi:iIMKIVT i F#r County Oflleera, $ S ou Fer State fcl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 May 1858

J>;. . t — H, )HNS, ■ ■■ .... 'i ■ 1' JUSTICE, BUCKLEY, i C0ÜNTT. íSííif 1'. GRAVES M * unty, at lh« uexl ufjAMNT. r Clark. M «SAMUEL /. WOOU- rof Trtrtefowm . I..SYKCT «•« ! • rttaetor, of Trirrt i Ju. II. THOMFSOK A. D. McGIKKie, f ll« iiflle of DUtrirt At- Meado flwt Mon- ti mérito . URJYjU Tr«*U Co., . IBÜOWKui I of ci«rl( oí tbe I itaxt August «lee- c. a. HAVNIP n. Mi/ CoIlei-t«r of ¡rrasáí?? w, w 'ouuty to my pro- ce. M y ell m1 i if OHO. W. PASCHAL; HI, 1868. • rain fell ut this place „ Instructive Uro occurred Teun, ort the 18th ult., lila property was JL a, -we perceive Irom visited all the Southern part of Aprilt ge to cotton, corfi. &c. ted, owing to a, from attending- the new Land Office bulld- unfa- iig folks- bad quito a The beauty and fashion sfe, and the evening f as " merry bb John T. GiTland, . on Friday lost, I tol«n three front a drov- i and taken i lieariiig.when, ittori, he wan >1000 to make next term of the o bail mm 3 OJCCtr n mm ask for . Of all th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 May 1858

mmmmsfssasam C|)f Soutjjtrn Jiitfllipctr t ^Tl.l, : : : "77": : : MAY Í^TSSS. ic'DMUl'NlCATBD j Marshall, Tex., April 5tli, 1658. I Imvo been rotlicr rumian, I entiléis, in my correspondence of lute, owiii^ I mostly to tlie fact that my whole time I arid attention lias been taken up in en- deavoring to muko " heudwav " against I" advento cireuiiistancet ." 1 haw been inure tlmn threw weeks "on route" from ! Austin to this place. I was delayed sev- eral days at Helton by high water—tix days at Waco by a («lluro of the cross- line connecting that point with Spring- ]field—olio day at Fairfield—two days Lit the Trinity Rivor, because tin* wind [was too high to ferry over—one day at IPalestine, &c., &e. This trip has con* Ifirmed rae in the impression, that there lis but one certain way as yet of travel- ling through Ihe interior of Texas, nntne- lly, oa horseback. Three years ago 1 ¡made this samo journey on the back of [u go.xl horse, in six days, ! 1 was astonished at tlie im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 May 1858

{ : -v- :ii I h: '7 rJO| ífe^Vl Mleot [Nkld nil Plttinlf! J rid mid fifty ilowiiiK ""'I I'i'onkI i «Id Dvlenilifpi lid", live «lull I kuin of sun tii« >.,CV1 •: rw ' i'1'f 4 BUdapo- ,c2 Indebted IX hundred tlie Drill <l y aid l'or- o Ren- of land, -live ucri'H i mid proiuifeil (turn of two hundred ¡n j luiikinK H<rvn Ttundred , Hint previous 1 or ll , old to tlie )Lc^ Wcúcet. owed or a of mid lip of laid promised illara per acre; en hundred and mIo of n Ibou- .. wliich the mid detendnnl agreed plaintiff five dollar* per hundred ig an additional sum of eight liui'4 dollaiv. m («tut duo plaintiff from Raid d'' tbreo thousand three hundred and les aeren hundred dollars which n paid on a Id dcl>t-leaving l*1nnce two tlionaand elx hundred and tMietjr That payttiml of unid «un ha been " but laid defendant ,han wholly IWIed to pay the mine or any pari. That efendant I* now ubnent from thir Tpray' for citation l>y publication I to law, Stc. thtrvf'ire to command you to anni 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 May 1858

r 1 ^ ' MH • . *• ' . ,1 . •; ... BY BAKER, ROOT & CO. AUSTIN, 3, MAY 19,1858. YOL. II IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. T. WHITMAN, ASSOCIATE KWTOtt 6 Hire on Hickory St., Cortierbelow DulTun's < IN feWKXBON'B MEW PUI1.DINO. ) TKBIHKi TWO DOt.t.ARS AND Hi TV CENTS TKll YKAIt. PAYAHl.K IN ADVANCE. So Subscription will lie received without 5¡? 50 itrcoiuptinying it. TERMS;—Miiisjle Copj, jiorycm- $ •„> no To Ci.vtt—Kivit mm tu olio nditri-M IO 00 . Ton «ml to oue nitilrcHi. i H no Fifteen «ant lo onn niidrcai S.'i 00 Twenty to tun, mlUriiHS HO 00 ItATIC* Ol" AUVi:iCTIMIiy«n ^ UK HquMT, lor oiiti I 0 One S.|u ro, l'ur nvvry iitl,sequela insertion no Oni> 8qu re, >* uioiiili 7 00 Oue Si|Unrr. one your 10 00 Ji liberal diauuuul will bi> itnule t'roin the nliovu i-ntri, if'orudvfrlikuif'iita of more tlnut ono sqiuro. A «qvinre it ton Hm-« upujwrcil, (tilín nuc Kiftoeu liuet I" Brewer type. AM.VUt ¡icilT.1I K\l* I fur Comity OllU-eri, 6 K lio for Suite aCliern 10 00 HOOK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 May 1858

rent i N MV Í0JC • t. iinty, ml i anuuuruifl HAML'EI. J. WOOD- or «id Collwtorol Tmetocout, I election. m ,ku-TÍK*SX I Cullwtor, < i j at. 1 1 iov tho oíHctkOi C Maine «taction i i i . , A rsMraa (in.n.M ' Trsvl Co., (L°i i Dr. fl.« jak VJHK loctor of ■ DHture'klhoe." uutf noble bio Deity >ud in- iuto ox- ns. A that ia iblimc, lian lion of man. t calcnlatod to piense bin tivato iiia fancy, to contri- and happinoM, and Oxint- in thia The little the diatunt that bows to towcritlg eagle and wIiom pin* moistened in tho floating olond moat diminutivo Uiaect that con- itntcs an abiding place for the vital iple—all, all tell d pleaafng atory of wisdom, and exhibit a wonderful de- sign. Of thia world with ita sublimity, its andeur, its nanumbered. fountains of icity, man—sinful, polluted and de aded as ho is—has been constituted monarch. A spiritual existence lis his formation—a mysterious principio has been implantod in his bos- om, by the aid bf which ho discriminates bctwocn virtue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 May 1858

mWMih &j]t Southern JntcIItflciKtr. AUSTIir CITY, : t : : : MAY 19, 1858. STATE ~NKWH. A company of rangers for tho new icginsent, wo ecc it stutod, lias been or- ganised i« Uvalde county. Col. VVm. M. Taylor,-of Crockett, lias botín appointed United States Commis- sioner for tho Western District of Texas. Tho Waco Democrat informs us that Col. J. F. Davia, living ono mile from Waco, had corn iu tussel on the 9th. Wo learu from the same paper that G. L. Wallrath left Waco on the 13th linst. witli a drove of 750 beef cattle for ^Missouri and Kansas. The Columbus Citizen says tluvt crops are looking well there und everybody is rejoicing i the prospect of a gpod year. The Dallas Herald reports that pro- visions are extremely scarce in some of the northern counties, ami even in Dal- las there is none to spare. Mr. E. J. L'rpscy has withdrawn from the editorial chair of the Goliad Ex- press. Tho paper will in future be edited by A. M. Wigginton. Es<p\ The crup a in Upsher county a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 May 1858

mm 'Mfns*. — Mar tíjííiii iiícíiclnc . rtimrv tu mí o HUFFAf I UFE Plíl^fc rMtlHIlTTBW PltKK r«OM All. Mlltenja fOlHENP. IIK great pnpubritf which Ifoffaf Lile Pilis and Phoeuix lílttcrs linvc stinined, iu inuauqueuco ol the Hiu.rd.iii.ry ■ |g siguí d - M nuil ei|U- i iik mi mid labor to ufe. Jr., Dytdie , inst- rinidene'e are to which I net po- uftWittrit lufuro the utider- thut petitioner in the le«nl of 15)40 acres of land. be- hnuMvMle«f<M Sr.. lleeCRSOll, «r'r«xM, 1)., ]• —, 'tUHt<Hl r uurchu ed liia IS. Huliiiff cures eilewed by theii us , render* It « • ,, the i.rupru-li.r In |iu|«r mlo pKnli'ulaj suidysitol Ult lr liietUcllial *irtlliJl or |>ro|> *14 Ilnriojp * been uii.rr thsiitweiitr |Mlt in?!'"r the public, slid fci* ni «f Hl< - !„' iunlú?M¡l4v martS«eThree Millloi ol •- *- person* «ho bs.e beenrWwred m ibeeiduyiuMit uf*er- Set hrtihb by Úxxn, ii b believed tliet their reputation as he bolt vegetable mllcine now before tbe pubHe, a. I oil oí mi dispute. In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 May 1858

A.V BY BAKER, ROOT & CO.' AUSTIN, TEXAS, MAY 26,1858. YOL. fkjntf ¡enter, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. WTMAN, ASSOCIATE KDITOft us / n Illtkorf St., Corner below Dulfau'n Tlltf (IN aWKNSON tTNEW fiUILDINO. ) IbCOffl •rev /o funuoi dollars an1) fifty cent* par yeah, payaule IN advance. l<o Subscription will be received without $2 50 ttccorapnnying it. . TERMSaluile Oopjr, pmyctir $ a 50 To Ctu««—Kfvo «out lo uno nüdrce 10 110 Ten snnttn one niMrem, 18 50 r'li'i oen nam 10 one imUIrpca .25 00 Twenty to 6u« ntlilraM ¡to 00 KATKH OI' A I>VI HllMVi;, I e lie Kqunrr, tor one inu-rtiun $ 1 0 I One Pquitre, for every anbMqtiimt 00 lone Square, lx month 7 on I One Squero, one yenr 10 oil [ A lihenil ilUuouiit will be anule tVoin the tiliuve rutee, I forndvcrtlembiiu of more tlinn 0110 Hqu.irc, A >qiK>ielii ten lined miupurcil, (this aire tpye.) Fifteen [Vue«in lirerief type. (^ASNOUNCEJIENTSt IrurCwity o Ulcere, f 5 o<i |f'or Stnre *) 00 HOOK AM) JOB PHIKTINO Our nmtorlfil b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 May 1858

integrity of This being the bó .toa oarefu) judicial fo; tliia soft blan then—anu FOB CHIEF JUSTICE. T. WHEELER, jnCOUNTV. • J. T. rilLAVEH u * ■via county, at I he next r, > name of Jai ce of County < I to annow i Jai. II. THOMPSON uuty Clortt t the action of a broom-stick into the scene, we would ■ behold In her a near approach to human perfection. The genius of woman is adequate to the aublimQflt conception, and her for- titude competeut to enterprizes of the greatest matfultude. WLo has done more to elevate the standard of Litera- than Miss Mariah Edgworth ? has rivalled Miss Hannah Moore in the advancement of the Christian Whu has soared higher in fancy than Mrs. ^eljcia has gathered1 with are taste the gems of the heart, and an offering at tlu> than the sentí • - • A "'' cntal, the pensive Miss Louisa E. hnngdouf The intellect of woman has produced some of fhe most brilliant ornaments i authorliod to mux,unco OI.O. U. GIMY, «• I of Cluef Juallrt of Trnvia do., CAUTF.R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 May 1858

"'"Fiwwpw I0«P«- rnmm mWí W55HP i AUSTIN CITV, : « it $ntcííigtiuer MAY 86,1858 STATE NEWS.' The grasshoppers have nil disappear* cd from this section. A. P. Lloyd, county Clerk of Denton, died of an apoplcctic fit on the 1st hist. Crops in Grayson county are repre- i scntcd os looking well. The farmers of Bell county hate com I menced hurvesting their wheat, which promises to turn out well. The wheat and corn crops of Bosque I county aro represented as being unusu- j lly promising. A small Germnr boy was drowned at I Indinnol) , on the 15th iypt., while fish- ling- / Th(/ Goiiznlea Inquirer of the 22d, {speaks very f ncourogingly of tho crop nuc/spects in that scctiou. v The wheat crop in Navarro and ad- [joining countius has ull been harvested, jaud is said to be a very heavy one. The Liberty Gazette, of the 10th, j mentions heavy fuins in that section, ¡resulting in much iujury to crops. We 'earn from the samo papoc that hlic Trinity was as high on tho 10th as lit has been any ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 May 1858

■— Silent Medicine . 1 i" wrn'mi atóente. ¡l; Pecan Street DTiweJ—tf ItHlC. .. .Phikcifal, ICKS, Its IN rockery, Hardware, TV. XAS. OVIStONS E'lUi .., Ti * . for III OEM UK lVcillI Cgjfdg, P0H. «. W. B AHHrT HYBIC1AN AN1) HUÍWí,üK, Offlcet,, Building. Wo. IT, un wain Au,. 87 ^*' p. w. kuDi>L*igri!3i^-. Attorney & Counsellor at'Law TMURA. JACKsOM WUNTYTLV.^ . * L A. ^RjaR^K, *- Attorney & Counsellor at L*w GALVESTON, «ALVKSTON CO., Tti,| W.P I)kNOHM Attorney at Law If, TEXAS. ' isv^rSiSr^ I .. Rjppi^M Attorney ^Counsellor at L WACO. u'l.KNNAJf CO., TEXAN . *««1. "'"¥V ÍOgi ■ ■prij, A. UA¿i twos !,. HAMBtCB ,y, Depntj-.J NS Olí TKXAS,1 The Slum of TjxJ Sun 8Mm. j' its lo the Sbu it)' u| nly, (incline:Whew* J. W. Flu- Sea In tlu- iJialrlel C* W <>f 8a* tioii WMH the iKirncii 1- rod- rejtism.,ns-p iuitt. HON'*, iwfucu to I cerifícalo in louutud tuba county,nut! paU'itM t« tlut e. dce'd; ami pinyiuir for citn- i t dlteatliiR llio tfti to wild § ¡til'm i luid li e ir olid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 2 June 1858

■■zs,vvr1 rr 71 nri 17i liiju BY BAKER, ROOT & CO. AUSTIN, TEXAS, JUNE 2,1858, YOL. II—NO. 41. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. J. T. WHITMAN, ASSOCIATE BDITUtt 6 lire ou Hickory St., Corner bfluw llulluii's (IN BWKNrfON'd NEW lit; 11. DI NO. I T to u .11 * i TWO DOLI.Alta AM) lll'TY CENTS PKIi YEAR, 1'AYAIil.E IN ADVANCE. Subscription m ill be received without $i5() uitompunying ii. TKHMS:—^iu^lwCojiy, per year ... $ 2 50 T« Clubi—I'ivo sent to oue «ddrcs* I o 00 Tí m *ont to oue addrcm 1 a 50 Fii tt'«n teat to one address l!f> on Twenty to one luido s 30 00 BIÍK or UM KliriMIK^ ii« ftqunre. tor on® Inwi n s i o 3n« fquHie, tor evwry *ub.> iusertlon, f 0 One Aquí '*. ■** inontln, ? üo Oue Square, on« >e«r, • 11 i.*U A liheri ! nlícoulít will be rnu .i > >\ tLi«■ alum* ftr dv«rtii nu'?its *>f more tlinn our A qu roi« ten llnoa ueuparoil, (this fpyo.) Fifteen >nes in Urnvter type. anftounckmik vl'rts For County Offloeni. $ ft ('<> Far Stnte rt'Hccri 10 UO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 2 June 1858

^nnt|pra Sntelligmtr. Jülíí. 1«8. DEMOCRATIC 8TATE TICKET, krik* sih«r FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, M. D. GRAHAM, OF BUSK county. FOR TREASURER, O. H. RANDOLPH, of travis county. FOR COMPTROLLER. CLEMENT R. JOHNS, of hay county. FOR A8S0CÍÁTE JUSTICE, CONáTAíífINE W. BUCKLEY, of Mir ««no county. a*0 uookksnmp FOR CHIEF ÍU8TÍIE: R. T. WHEELER, of washington county. We are authorized to announce J. T. GRAVES m a eaadidatc fbr Chief Jurtlee of TraTia county, at the next Aufiut alactlon. W# ara authoriaed to announce the name of Janes T. MeLAUHIN aa a candidate fur the office of County Clerk. We are authorited and requeeted to announce J*i>. I'. WHITE, of Ouadalupe county, aa a candidate for the office of Diatrict Attorney of the 2nd Judicial Diatrfct; ubjeet to the action of the Diatriet Democratic Couveu Hon. Election in Auguat, We are authoriaed to announce JAMES H. PRY. of Webberrille, aa an Independent Demon «tie candidate for Chief Juatice of Travla county, at the «timing election. We...

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

&|)c Southern IntcOigeuccr. austin city, Jl'N'E 2,1858. STATE NEWS. Wo learn from the La Grango True Issue, that wheat in Fayette county is suffering from the rust. The Bonliam "Independent" says, strawberries are abundant all over the pruirieB in that region. A deck hand named Ilenry Clnrk, fell overboard from the steamer J. II. Bell, in the Trinity liver, on the 20th lilt., and was drowne d. The engine of the steam mill of Mr. J. AV. Sclirimpf, on Buffalo liayou, burst its boiler one day lust wee¡(, injuring two men considerably. The dwelling house of Mr. Spoon, liv- ing three miles from Dallas, was acci- dentally consumed by lire on the 10th -Muy. We learn from the Texas Baptist that au interesting revival of religion is going on in Anderson. Several ha▼.• been added to the different churches. Jumos Crawford, living ten miles north of Greenville, had his dwelling house and out houses burned down on the 10th May. Houses, furniture, &c., were all consumed. Judge \Vr, A. lli...

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 — 2 June 1858

JLegai polices. TUS 8TATE OF TEXAS, } Tbo Sim- of TV*- County Ban Suba, ( us, to lite Bin riff or Bad 8*1 county, Greeting: WHEREAS, J. W. Klt-mlnf- bn fllril a jvti. ti*n in the District Court of Suit S ilm county iplnit the heir* of Cwper Al*-, dre'd., alk-Rlug among other tilings, Hint tin' imine ami ryt- donee of tb« Mid heir are unknown 10 biui; that he If the lt-jial owner of Fislur A lHI<-r Certificate, No. 452. for 3.0 «re . Iwniwl to the aforemid hcirx; Ui«t wild certifloiti' 1 located on land in Sun ftti coimtv, and put. nt cd to the heir uf Cu ,|n''' At*-, doc d. ; and pray- ing for citation nd Judifraiut divcatlnp the till'- to Mid land oat of I lie mid heir , and verting it In petitioner, and lor co-Is of mil, and affidavit havlufr been made nceordinp to law: Thexe are therefore to command you tii«t von summon* the raid hi-lr of Casp'-r Al"-, d'-C d.. t be and appear at the next term of the District Court of San Saba county, to I*) held al tlie Court House In the tow...

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