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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 April 1857

BAKER & ROOT, ion. "Dolliiiij Kltnuult, not stt igliu u;bl in malitt." PROfRIETOEB, THE INTELLIGENCEIt ,B yjjWJSUKO KVEBY WEDNESDAY. nffire on Dlikory St., first door below Duffuu's (IN SWENKüN'a KRW BUILDING.) —nol LAPS AND FIFTY CENTS FER YEAH, T*° DOI rAYAHl.ü IN ADVANCE. H. Subscription willbereeeived without $i §0 " accompanying it. _r ua;_Sl1igloC.M>y, per year S 9 «¡ Ir Kifo «et t t" ««o wWriJM. - 10 üü ^ C* Ten vnt t« «un •dUri;® ■ 18 oO Fifteen ioM to uno ndrireM ¿o 00 Twenty '¡¡^í^0ÍrAUVKBT IW« i 25 ov"r?p^qu¿ut' '¿¿¿«Ton, * 5(1 °i«SiS d!ioouBt wlh lw nindu front the «buvo rmc., I il iniiuf nf mom tUiui on« qinftra. Hbm «BMUUrell, (thb .lie tpyo.) Fifteen Hon tai Brrrier jily®. annownckiwkmwií-' i r 'w^T,yoí mr, ''v.v.v.:.v.v:.::v.v.v.v." Pur Stnte Olnci.1 BOOH A 1*1* JOB FBWTnO. Our™ '"1''11' '"-''"8 e,"'r<!'y ,1CW' wu ro to «secuto every vnriety ul I. inlM. «Hi ill ■"•>■!« uiMurpuMoa by any •®.CJ í'Üu".U eomuiuiiicttiom iiildrrMPil to A HAKi:n & HOOT. AU...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 April 1857

f ^ 'i kjs m Atkint £ _JW i JO ft' I* I kbit paper ^ ii¿'T> iii mm, k tore- cí.« l!U1| , with a Tbe " or tbe " «•« " of the artl- to do. To Ike sentiment •lone we look. ^ And that wo mpy not wí*-*tate tbe organ ol Col. Bsuaelt, we will quoto bU own wórdV. [fP f> *« •Nr gihncntt e InMe *H Joverad efer with " book rajp." We do nol «lion pal rveeud alono lo Iba democrat Ilia 1 Mm*, ^ It. RuniMj ,for tbe reiw n otlonlst, and cairo- "tbe democracy of hhii ■to (Me í ojií i, jjfc rllle, le «gent I to receive tub- Mf i «*8$ \ a tfortbe rinounce 1ÍIO / „ U./T Johnson b not O man line, eo clearly deiotdby Kandolpb " ■ i, i . . of tUle paper baa alwayi belonged " School; but to Uto Jíuli;*- n C. Calhoun nt-rcr. lie Itlcal carecr during the cxel- of South Carolina Nullification. lie ; It then a* sow, a* a most dangerous Altd We deny, (bat" the Democracy of eleewbere" Are of tbe Calhoun Nullification School, aacoStradltlinguUbcd from tho Jackson Nntlonil Democracy. Therein Fief Ibat eobool...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 April 1857

tyt IwteHigtwm 1ÍÍMK8BAY, APRIL 8, 18M. "Wthí* p e B -The New* deTOt<" •ir** of the k>n«P«'i tallo"t kind «f «.Jumo, to Ur«. of Mr. Yerger, the new President the object of which i. to .how that 0"'d wiy ,re doing business upon a rotten "j bM|,. If the data of the new. be cor- * , tbing looM very much that way. Peo aid Seiisor . Sam Medary, a gentleman for o long ,i£ connected with a loading Dcino- & paper in Ohio, has been uppom- Governor of Minnesota. Wliat is the hardest kind of a key to . X Don-key. One of the American Spirit Rappers " . i il iikii'iul lion (IIAII< uStfes, tho Emperor and Empress ofPrance to tho Spirit world hod the honer to introduce their When may money bo said to be damp? When it is mist at ntg'U or due '"ft^iSo^iarcy goes to Europe this gttmmci'. He bears a good name in the ül The sum of $500,000 has been ap- ropriated for the Federal Court louse in Talluhassa, Fia. bo suya the Floridian. If- There aro three classes of read enjoy without judgemen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 April 1857

mm Ms U'WIS, WIBNBRBAY, 1NH 8. ¡W. "nTwT^^CIuenkSl Mi n tho |ion or a writer, lite ami the style • I*t etory mio •nd imprcds it dec¡>- '; fur tliu gulijec-t la importance, and the hero prouentttl to the cannot but bo attended grao, by the public offices of piety, by ' tito visible communion of saints.' But it is «tilt truo that the public means of ni* nut his chief means. Pri- THK TeXMKd AM) i'utlPflfT PlSSOE.— Tlie Washington Evening Star, of the 8d inst. sayH: Tlie 3d of March being the aniversary of tl o declaration of the independence of Texas, the citizens of that State who Mlpponed to bo in Washington some thirty or forty in number, assembled at Kirwood's Hotel, and proceeded in a tody to the executive mansion, where tluiy were niost cordially received by the President. In behalf of the Tex- fins, Major W. R. Scurry mode n brief but fclicitoiis address, and the President replied with evident emotion. The in- terview is described as one of unusual interest and mutually pleas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 April 1857

BAKEIt & ROOT, ¡plying rctnuuilt, nor set iotou aughl in malitt." PROPRIETORS. VOL. 1. ifijE INTELLI6ENCE , 18 j-uiju8med eveby wednesday. office tn Hickory St., flnt door below DnlTau's (I gWENSONS NEW DUII.D1KQ. ) TKHMM ■ TWU DOLLARS AND HKTY CENTS rER YEAR, TWU BUi-i-*iyAnLE IN ADVANCE I, gBbicription will béréfílved without 50 «Kompanyiug It. WRKfli-Slrmlu'-'opy. pcryosr. • SO |u Qua -?1" •*"',u "0# •dJdrcM j" !£ 1 Ton tent to ouo ailiirnw 18 SO • Fifteen lent to one «ildrew 25 00 TwwK'v T'i 'Mi*' will r—. .. - ^ no 00 yíílM OV AUVKIITUUIUl Oua Haw re, ®M t"*ertlon' t * ™* Saw , for every •ubiequcnt insertion OMiJure. i« monUa ^ ^ mmle from the above ratea, / i-.i.TrtUmtuu of more than n« apuare. 'a ki""«i, ,,n lino*UL'nP"rei1' <tbu tpye)Tlftaan lian u Brevier pije. AJIKOl'NIC'KMKSÍT revClwoty Ü«m™ fur 8UW üfllcpr , rook amo job pbiwtmo. Oar material lieiu* entirely mv, we are prepared «aeata every variety of -,rt- i'.^.Jat TiOnt«i MI«IPrlullii| miiianle ratea, ' j a styl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 April 1857

fíflR v:...: i • mr v. f . ■ 615, 57 .xassa tu reecíve l.v.of MoAiwlljr'«Hend. , unj i Mlhcricod ta iie n'.ltoii, I* A(fenl receive nub- hip for the 2nd Jüicltl Wilrlri. The candidal** Mi ly announced «re John A. a, A. XI. T rr ll, 8. C. llliuiton nd 8- lford. • nnrae* of Mr. O'Canner, Jobo IwUnd, Mr. Élliot nttd Mr. Grtniwood h«rt 1 o liecn wig- ; And it powlbtuth t other Bay I* can lril«le . It ¡a fortunate that tlie propia liare o xeellint material front whom ao to aetret. And It argue «ell for the patriotism uf the gentlemen, thai they are willing lo «acrlflce ttu- receipt* of a l<ion tl o practice for the «mull emolument* anil honor* of an office which ouly (taya $2.2:0 per annum with the privilege to all disappointed lawyer*, l.tigant and juror, • to curte tUa Judge.'* Hut it ii a kiud U astoui with u«. that every human being ruita the race lor hnppliiena 011 the line which he tbluk moti likely to promote It. Aod na'coch n |iiruut lia UeterinliK'U the coiiim $]|Njpty 'v f f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 April 1857

He Sauthtrn gwtcUigenirr. T^\Vu uroTieoc'S8anly lompcltcd tu Tout sonic of our aAvci ti-ementH S «s* ^'lir with u# tl,ia time * yun ^'^CH8('^ From the A. O. 1'ionyune. r,LQi^ous NEWS. ,.r ¿rim the Enemy f rem St George W ¿¿All* aUud: Mvat - WalUr vLhu to meet them— Meets them mjull KdS-Hetini*** «« Pursuit—Great 1Uorv over the Enemy—Immense s/angh ,;m Canes muter Arrest—1'reJi Lffimi Assassinated—Lidcrljp re fnrrrd—Ht proceed* up the hlcer— limes that the Allies /tare fallen baá mt ./vw-'k • „ J the C<s'rt tí*"15—Transit mute Z-Rfídniio^H roba lint is A (team stith—British Fleet m pursuit of the l'i tn The-War in China. Z'w Yoiik, April 3.—The atenniihlp Tena*, ¿SÜ ** s"u Ju"u-hM flrnvi'd "■Ckrlimi new" from Sim Junii del Sur to ♦hfaotli ol' un J IV.'iu Rlvinr to the I-tli. ..wUifteuce '• «f «J,« highest Itiijioiiiiiit'e, I Jwr «re ¿lad U, My extreme,y lavi/mldo to untk"i s'r ■ Walker, with 400 men, attacked bt KSrtiS WM occupied by SUUU of the ainl, utter driving them before him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 April 1857

r, iPKiL hmkw !&>, - • Um Southern tttdllgenovr. leriiiaa. i-In your paper of Mardi id an article, which jjur- i reply to •onto rcitolutioiiH the Colorado Synod I Presbyterian Church, the writer sayi that i a reply to those resold- o further says, " and as those are calculated to give un- of the movement, (Bible wish to call attention to there taken." Now, from the reader naturally ox "statement oí the issues made resolutions and a discussion of But the writer omits the stating issues the resolutions make the next sentence raises the fot issues > 1st. Is the version in nso a fair translation of the 2d. " If not, can it be inv To the discussion of these the writer derqte* his nrti- two columns it* your Jour- tlio uagntive of tho first, Irmative of the secoud.— cle-I, as the defender of said would have little objection, t that the writer, by his intro- r and concluding remarks conveys to the mind of tho render that is committed by tho resolu- to the opposite side from, thai ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 April 1857

SOUTHERN IJítljinj títtnaalí, iwr stt buton aug^l in nuilitt. . M é* f THE INTELLIGENCER il PUBLISHED KVBBV WEDNESDAY. íffite ir Slekirj St., ñnt door below Duffau' <IN HWENBON'8 NEW BUILDING. ) r *aru DOLLAttfl AMD FlfTY CENTS PKU VE All, w fayable in advance Il tabteriptlofl will be reeeivad without ti W T n«eutto on «diU«n<—: 18 SO Klfto«a aentiu o address........ .* UU 80 Xmí «K AIHHKI'I "! Aiateim tur one liiaurtino.,1 ' ™ Su4rf, for every iitbmxfaeol Imoraou, Oneí^imrr,<iN inuiilR ,... • wÜl ¡ uiiúie frim ¿"e *t c¿J,.rtl«iieiii ¡>f inore than one sjmsra. iMU ™ U mu Une uunpaiwl, (thl alie tpye.) FtlWu Hum in lrsrloi1 P 3W. ajíjvornfkwkivthi SS MMK ANO JOB PRINTINC. Our uMtorW being eminAy now, we ere prepared to Mtcou nuf «rlrtjf vi ©rtinmrulBl Printing TnmmV1-1" rates, end id «yin umurpewed by any t^Ti.. lb. Kuulll. All LtutiueM couimunicaUunt *üUreMoU to BAKRR * ROOT m 7 üü 10 00 nbovu ruto*, • froM the Odd Fellow' Catket. SONO. Lightly blew tho Summer broeso O'e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 April 1857

|L'' i. 'i.. aNí Sí* 9. . . ;>< ' , < Ül 4 í, «■' SS iPri'-wh ii—m frn jiy> «fr K w.u Uuited sute* ¡n isas. So there **&. ¡T •%> Kl r^H /,* N *■ * . "■ ■k.f--. I k :M * fe.- P-- Pi ! '«8¡3SE ■ t*. 49 . J .^'SílP Nufc<lllc, Texw, te aafiiorliwl to re- *¿itS ", Brtwaftl*. turw an- lurmibacrlptloiiK ,T«B- rlseil TrsvU tburi^il íi'Ayent L. kgrnta iWu affljg . ' J ■p i ;- ■ Wm The I • bocón il atest i mr Slatfe atad j twrtjrea Bllíftail ) Teias, II «üd a questl ¡«i of the both to coty- loid iu y of connecting the waters of the Atlantic and of the Mississippi river by A* tWa Convention Governor Huync, Oon. Hamilton, and many «flier distinguished men took prominent parta, tioh with the continuance of aliberal policy* the feeders will be huilt,wMle theorists are disputing about the best route. .Thus the rood* from Galveston and Matagorda bays will be constructed be- cauao they are. ueeded ; the loada frutu the valley of tho Midtistiippi river are being pressed forward ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 April 1857

itt suit"" amtlHgemtr. .„,n, «iii.ili.mv. urn a an. Atteptio la inv'ited to KobinJon' Staemciit of Great Southern Circus . M.„ager!e. The pnpcis gtjnotmllv ¿io.lt the State .peakm cSmmend- J ten.^ofthiH'naUtution. It will ho seen under tho head „f aunounccwonts that J./.J'uivis and Hyid arc oondidutcs for tho Lcff- S;,rc Hoth arc Democrats. Mr. SüvUi has always been a consistent 5 upriKl't' Pft'tl8ttTI; nMr- K-Vd .1,tt8 Chiii uot i,u<l ont Democrat since << f,irtv withdraw from Sam. LÜfwry «i 1 library Association. " ' Aphii., 18th,.1857 Association" met pursuant to adjnurn- iw Mr. D-w Baker in the chair. irTCarter having explained tho ob- Lisofthe meeting, oroscntod a draft ,f a constitution for the acceptance or n'iectiou of the association, which, linv- ¿ boon read and voted upon, article W article, wus finally adopted. Ofi mo- Z, the House proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing year, tho re- Nult cf which was as follows : lion B. J' Towmbs wnseloctcd Pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 April 1857

~ ¡b. k ' Mm igm ímíí J* «ft* «Mbm h,nttigm~r. in fl IT jUTIVI ww!. 8, ¡817. A* «he *t«t *• gUo -wM«h be II rat bounded tbro', r Mi f«MI wu-enCi aide—when • timid foaaf And «« —«rhMsrouwd by tbe bunt«r'e"ftaUe*." Ike pOk—<• Urna 1l It* I aoul-HI t aflitrt Ion—Aat manee of lore. ■mid Mjpriab • ■;. " .• s£;3 ka-* roi$a ^ f,l f •' v« S&: V 1 'ft 0. GiltmjMo. V T. Stewart, r«r, A. N. Milla, and B. Lewis. Secretary of the , on motion, alno elec- on resolution! report- X, wbicli were adopted i the Cin- contain- Tky mm art tbe braveet- thjr daughter* art fair, Ai Hnnrla Iknt roam thro' Mm garden* of win, Or H Pttfto thai soar •tiro' ibe rc tou of air. Da wncUta that aro parar aad brighter than thle. res Ike white «ring of tka l«sg eaptar.-d dore, if tkra* Ike air Is bar sU bam agala. 11 lave lliee old tova i Iky kreed at ream an<l Hoep WW, * i Ikjr itreots and tky wbarrea did «y talaaoy flay. | tka' eltleaarewaalkler—grander—yet (till, RI lore my old Mrttxplase far erer and aye. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 April 1857

•"Itolbing «tíimaií, nur st4 fcotott ang^t in malice." baker & ROOT, VOL. 1. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THB |OT lLWfiNOBH¿ ,fl PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. «IR id Hlekorjr 8!., finl door below Duflfou'K ' is swemson'8 new bdii.dino. ) ffs&ssr *ER YKAE- i* SubKription will be received without $3 30 , aeeompaujriug it. TKRJllK—C°pjr, Ta ClVI^-y'0 iü,lt l< " Vfc 'r«n anntto le Copy, p«i yew- ■+ * 80 , ,.o aunt to one mldrcM. Ten aent to on© addrra*.. ...10 00 t . W'flO FiftMiiaout to one oddreae 95 00 Twenty to one nddreaa 30 00 . BATUM OP AUVIiBI'WINlii u a^.inrp (or one iuaertion, * • 1 00 oüjIaSS?. for every .ubaequout inaertioi, 50 ^.lí^í'dUcountwiií i Iiltuia from the «boro r«o«, eiijISSmeeU i >nurc <h u.."u" 'Pu"r<!-. Afretati®linonunpsrull, (thU .1*0 tpye.) Fifteen (¡Mi lu Brevier ptye. AlVtVAVNCHMRNTHi V.V.V. v.'.".?".".".'/. •* xo w JÉttOK AND JOB pihotikc. «w *i*tferUI bslntf entirely new, we «re prciutrad to .iocitU every vsrlmy of - .■...i.Job.anSOruaniriHnt Priming !...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 April 1857

The Coareatioa. Intnllltfftivor imnu^uiKvi . LIGKHCBB r. i >; W New J $ * rtkif Crockett, 1 r'sBcnd. Dallas, Austin. •Tille. " ' ' to announce forjudge '¡am. , } the Intelligencer «gain goei io pre , at Wioo will have assembled. ljeen chosen from near- Mid ÜM probability la that be a large attendwice. Politician , and oIBcínaeckers wlH be there. rango particularly under either and may not be prevent, we msy dulge In a few reduction In advance. Convention bare become fixed Mage* of tbu Democratic party, aa well a* of all partis*. And whatever may be «aid agninit thorn (and no one will pretend tlmt they are perfect) ye no party ean be loag successful without them; and no man,, however strong liy nature, hna m many elementa of individual popularity, lliat he can expect to be loag successful la opporitlwf to tbem. Whether IbolrJselecUons >e good or bad, the man who acia from principle feels the obll< gallon and neeeeslly of adhering to tbem. Beaaoni may tome time be urg<!d a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 April 1857

*?n SwtfcK SnttlUgmrtr. W1MI8BAT, ATIll !í, 18Í7. It is still cloudy, snd bids fair to . -ttfe heUi from the surrounding JTdU? that much more rmin liad fallen there, than at this point. Pu*.—We learn that a negro • DeWitt county, the property of jldtro Wofford, wa found dead under ircurasUnces which led to suspicion he had been killed by the overseer, kho was arrested. A coroner's inquest being called for, itv*s found thattho negro had been carried away and concealed about the • or Bis hgad had boon cut oflf and tl* body filled with stones. Considera- ble excitement provails about Clinton ,t the last advices, *a> The Hon. James C. Wilson, the Comm¡M'oner of the Court of Claims has wut in his resignation, to take effect on tlie Slst of May next. Those desiring the succession should begin to send in their applications, Tub Boh. P. H. Bell.—We ought looner to have noticed the return of our representativo in Congress, the Hon. P. jj gen, with his accomplished lady.— They spent a few ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 April 1857

J2i ü i": '"""it if ímm. &••• ■ ..... fi. ?■'" Im im •nd viow# ( >4 /'.'-' ; «a i ñ . ííp m ng of tbe De mocracy county seat Apc.ílcd ucl Tato Wiia ap- 0. Cowixo, O. W. %ml John 0. Boi- ra committtu to pro- preaaive of the ol i¡a Meeting. After the com mitto re- tbo following re«o- . é IKiSP at the That the Democracy of are fully alive to the Of tllO SIICQCSS Of the the Democratic party. Thai w« ore proud of the James Bticbaoan and Joint r. to the office of Pre*!- President of our " model we hail the same as n ition of Divine Provi- M from tho 'bliglitiitg In- il war, atid all the horrid a triumph resulting in _ religious bigotry, «nd aiiatleism. Tliot wo believe the price " eternal vigilance," aud prospnt an undivided front at the 'I Ballot wo wilt yield a hearty inee that shall be I'.'U Tl! vontion iii May cfor for Cover for Lt. Governor resentativo Paschal. Oatpian, I)a- Joool) r" ™ . ■■H'liSJI it this county to tlie Waco it they are hereby ■er exertion to i aqd Pftifihttl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 May 1857

/'/.(I) ¡¡5 4 «OOT, irnr "Drifting «ImmIí, Mt MÍ hill isgfet is ntig," Mil ÉROPRIRTOR8. AUSTIN, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MAY I, U$1, «0,17, 7u INTILL1GKNUJSR, „fiii" bvkttv wednesday. , .. nitktry St., Brit door below Doffau'i I **'!Í bwenson'8 NEW IU.LD.MG.) ■*^^ÍibÍÍ " ....na ABO FIFTY CEHTS « TEAK, pío ««ATABLE WJJJVAMCE. I. iibKriptioBWill be rwefred without H 50 I ' M mpanyiBg it. ... «MitoowT' p" >*y.- #iJSo TIWW*—t to one •dor* ij iiS 80 :«ry ^u.nt" &***;•... ? *> oSSV*1 ** - 10 00 ,bo"r,tc'' «ÍSktííss -* *** ^ • *> FiftM° ¿¡/l Br«*W r pty* 1l«!«oIII«!E^«^^^, ' , 500 J *> n—V-P*?* io oo I "'%**** *•* PBINTISfO. j cSSJ!!. biiuB en.l'cly new, w. «. l>r.|>«r!d to I ¡¡¡jííS'l ! ' "1 Or* " ®"'"' P'I I."« I tud In *«yl« uuiurpawod by ny 1 *íu¡í¿ÍM««iini"ilc«tlom «(VlrtMod to I All — BAKKK fc ROOT THOMAS HOOD. I gome nwoth (luce, a :young lady wat much I Mrorlicd at receiving from the Cupt. of n Wba- I |ir a blank «beet of paper, folded In the form I f letter, and dol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 May 1857

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Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 May 1857

imm ■ $«t||trn InlelligentíT. irsTiN, WEDNESDAY, HAY 4, ¡857. jj^tposr Mastkb.—General Mcüut- ian tho newly appointed Post Master of New Orleans has tuken charge ot the* seals of his ofllce, uud entered upon bti official duties. Mr. Dout el is his deputy, and tlic papers speak flattering- ly of the selection Custom-House Fkauds.—Tlie great le- gal investigation, charging a series ol frauds .on the respectable firm .of De Vessier and Co., has concluded by ex- eulpating the resident partners of the concern, and implicating the abscond- ing partner, Mutaye as the culprit. ' w ' — ~™— ' gff l'ho Asylums lor tho blind, deaf and dumb in Indiana have been closcd, and the children returned to thoir re iMctive counties, in consequence of the State Legislature huving adjourned without making an appropriation fur their support, ILast week, an accident occurred to the Richmond and Austin stage, by th« hones taking light while the drivers were changing stuges at the San Ber- nard. Mrs. ltagsdalo...

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 — 6 May 1857

ü m Philip CUbtiTM, r law. However or pledget. many 1 VlMlUAf, WaciLocc, April, 15tli 185T. Snow Camp. We etarted from thi* camp about ae en o'clock tbin morning, «now «till op tbo ground. Grass did not seem to bj hurt, M the «now toon bogan to melt very rapidly. The country travel- led through wat venr thinly settled, except alongóle left- Band side of tbe Nashville road. Upon the banks of Brushy and Oabriol, aro the only settle- ments, and here in Milam county can be seen far to the left, Little River. Brushy empties into Gabriel, tlie Ga- briel into Little Rivor, and Little River into tlie Brazos. The country U part prairie, and sandy post oak it oak land is very thickly trees. Along tnia route I game have been squirrels, is called Cat Tail, from the Cat Tail Springs,at this Creek. The prin- cipal formation ia the common sandstone rock. Theso «pringa are strongly im- pregnated with Iron. From Snow Camp to Cat tail Springs is about sixteen miles. This is tito only running water af...

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