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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 July 1865

$ . - mL !-j '■ . • • -' ' ' "■•'■ ■ ■ f ' \ ■ v ' t-'-" '' r r«n>at kvjemino. rERMs: IN . 75 ...... ........ V 80 9 00 11 00 18 00 13 50 15 00 I type, make one square. , constitute a square. For , SO per cent, additional j «re in legal tender. Specie t value, or to *ave trouble of i published in oar firat number. PARTURE OF THE MAILS, " ' y, Friday , atl9 Monday, Thu.-s- r utd Friday, at 6 every Moaday, Thursday, < '■ ' Wednesday and Friday, at 6 Blame not the bowl-tbe fruitful bowl, Whence wU and mirth and music snrinjr. And atuber drop* Elysian roU, P S To h«th« i-ove'k deligl Eagle duloon is well fa , . J. ; ■ l&ftat i* it tut ■ map of tusg lift?" PUBLISHERS ®Sa*im NO. 4. ivfeSfkili- V A ; ;• -«¡J. _:"_y 1 AUSTIN CITY, FRIDAY, JULY 28, P - wi,th, * complete assortment of LIQUORS, I " V" - ™r~«w MevitiutM ui «41VIU 1/(10. Jiut received from Matamoros, Mexico, cootistiDir,TS part, of fine Comae Brandy, French Brandy and plnger Brandy, Choice old Bourbon and Mononca hela ...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 July 1865

[afuilflt. MM . rstít¡álít to &• InOii U-- - •eek mort earnently the Union, nd are about their own fl; urivfon The above a series ©f were the true* —st for her, bow I the restoration of enough to m, but Uttle or the moliroe of their their itu- of one tirade* re sligrapb «re, by > burl think dictate In threats question ¡par ainyHHH i writing tor the everything like ] i a reste rat differences ¡ and the it of law, order and as these, that took the prostra- country, from with all the energies of good men and patriots to recover, cao but act as irritants to inflame old wounds and keep alive the bitter animosities of the past. •Believing " " '' : 1 *"1 ' |tf| as we do, our doty as a Journalist be performed if we longer remained aUent. We cannot think any considerable number of the people sympathise with the tone and spirit manifested by the Telegraph, and therefore we devote onr reply to that paper and tite few who may be illiberal enough to think with it. The statement thai ««the...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 July 1865

f*p iSitfMi and .the i, after so long an ab- ■aewr. I look as young aa i Mcl.auria will retara* ■ame company, ha ra- , natural aa ever, to mest the VilHamH. Carr at. i avenue, and sk dispatch.— I, and ha glv- Moer , that we ore. Refer to ia due to ourselves, to ' that the oldtimed, large and ng referred to in our ; man and two enthusiast* up the mm total of the inr at Webbervllle. The i the people of that «action i, or we should have been more We trait thia explanation > alt parties , r—Our subscribers in the city M the carrier compile i about the delivery of the Intelli Ity ceaaea. ft sometimes hop vera the paper at the office , according to direction, when i hand ready, who take* off the at the office for > we are willing to accommodate I we are able, they muat recol f to give them bnt one p*' i Hable to be stolen by partial i pay for what (hey read, the riak losuch caaes, we adviae them to ■ offlse list, or have the pa In either caae they will have notified the in whioh the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 July 1865

•n (uiij pv+mnd 'Ir-wamr r it* all cot :zr_rz3n _ I ■BWTTOT inceretuiid jd<ml| ■ "■wB -.-«••W • ■ "tjj p j |,. f mi iMh ¡TTSH I* 1857, CDTTKft, 0. S. A. alara that appear, tatheeky, • tie, * • ' • 'f--w «' they clatiR, Et-cr tree • TWfew roar, that hour, [From the Atlantic Monthly, March, 1866. Canses of Forelgi Enmity to the their power, top* blend with the laky, VaufflR' I'Jie h #lmy (íe periíM li", Tbey «Onquened-Mif &**, bertwwiWu our care Not this botu.(lltn« dfwinlon *lyu*. ■ i B;i,t tliat banner whoa" hwlowi the air, h Ami their muí to ot "'Many 1 ) One," Wrt art m my in nr- vrhKe there fitter n atar .¿In th« W«e ot the beav.it above, Aod tyraot ahail quail 'miel tlieír dár^Bons «far. When thay gate o thai mono of leve. ft «hall ghmm o'er the mm VnM the holla of the *torm, :,*nd battle, «ml wrefk, J wheré our iron# with their thunder grow [warm 'Neath the Wood on the íl'ppc.7 Seek. Th' oppressed ijf tho earth to that aiaodArd «hall fly "de itiail he upread: fori % hi"i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 August 1865

llig&flH fm m S**: ■at" rr_- «Hrfn It but * imp of biuj lifr?' Í8TIN ni^íyg^fc)-U MAILS, , FrW.y , Tirara- N , •! U o'< , ... Vadnwday and Friday, at 6 , every Monday, Thunday, i day and Friday, at 6 1 a Digeat of the of Texas, in force, itM under e eh amended or n the daemon* of of tie United ) bearing upon I, M to «how r alphabetical bead , analytically trraoged, ih<* law in force, slid . .ebts depend, o* wbich have been k ial d«ciiioi«; ao •* to enable the Jie Cuurta, to consult, ■■ the old law, tba nsi«ehie£ erins; the articles and the j rf¡ «itk'nii, ha been observed ; been roforsnce, by the Supreme if the United átate , to either the : OWJjiun if White, their number- d, so to render many L i will not be «o, when thane • Méewlbla. i an appendix, which will I United Btatea, and aucb ate State " aa will be of p a work bna been em: neof the best legal mind , i of research «*♦ In* coul.i make J1, ■■ a Dollars , Bfidit will be tent to their ;e be li t , the 6a| l!y wishing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 August 1865

*¡ljr pr«|*red U m- í '/ i ]\ CITY, FRIDAY, ,\j\jc «**• <1 tw < 'Al' r \ . ( ■ véí I [](l AM >* L - 14 Wt Arfept ihc S TI' expression ii iu ■ .el g neral use at this urne by the leading joun. Allots and the civilian and the bishops *11 oy*r the Und, that * brief iaíjáiry into one whit, take the amnesty oath and th« aak pardon for jhemseives as rebela," and yet who have the effronte « accept the situation," do not come op to full measure of the expectations of the tU.2T/S *T- W#M the question of thoabotsaei ***** *•.* the wrn^S^m eeoied mar not be constitutional right," say they. And baring anything w^unreasonab e n i J of «o a&mrntd it, they claim , to hare satisfied * Sueh a if persisted in, can bat'retard the re-establishment of {be gorernment and pro- tract our provisional relations with tbe na- tion. The struggle which has deluged the land with blood and brought untold suffer ings and wo opon the country, was nothing more, nothing less than a rebellion; and though t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 August 1865

' ■ íty/-. • ... k'íftíSA-sKJé' .\ífc rlwi of itóo< >ibe. ising fPÉffi life re given a full he polnu cf i a two I to present the [forth j are of- JKtKKK without b truth , to KWH hut gener- t end grandeur óf the aproroit mar- t, sent four o* ** t be wonld mm o ;. ! was sarriund ¿er of a ,wmm i about the ^ . jqfaM§MÉá|. } order of Bee, in ~ week, the pro- ,p hour cune: ¿&ssts «■ ling * way Mm hc-eor.-^ - aw- ML of redly hon- Fri- the talk, ¡of «11 •boat, mom of horseback; a number of ladies and in the upper stories of the adjacent buildings; a good aprinkliog of officers Mad soldiers, bul by far the largest number of ob- servers consisted of negroes who impudently the best places, aad in fact seemed disposed to monopolise the whole thing. About 5 o'clock Gen. Marritt Arrived on the ground. Soon after the 4ag vent up rather laxity, and seemed to hang fire a few mo- ments. It soon righted, however, and un- folded to the breeae, and a shot from the foundry announced the thing d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 August 1865

>eara ioffoulMM ioveaüun hy ara full* • fcjgraafcr féWjW h « - •• - mrnmm remit* identical; f Ifi I < , } i Jí - ' • Poeírn. / I? will, if knotrn, be permitted te taTe said oath or vote 3a eaid election- Ttya oath will ■^■^HHÉNÉÉMlhÉÍHIl embraced TU.*. BAKKB Cuplil Woua iba Greek of Atiaoreon.- in bower < f ioMa, *!her-J 1>!owoud< rich and raro, n« hand m deeply wounded m • 1 ir íi-le. I Uuiekly n BU doting mother j-'Iew fair Vena ' firtmbUng ua. Crying out with tr*ra atid aobbuv, •• Mother l M *♦ *« uuJoue." V'eaoaiswd tho ¿rewtfnl ¿tury, Kiftted the woumUd biod «mi ami lest; iie hi* SowitiL lockl card Th « adiiie*«ed kvr fir"-1" "4Í the lee arin*. darJii ,<A * few iui ¡Hit. That th wSírist Jndge for the Jo il IHatrtet in aPbich Texas is included, Wotted ta hold court* within said State, in not be admired •Uordanee with fee proviaione oi the Act of, in any one of the ettspti^ to^e IPietf Csngress. The Attorney Genoral will instruct |dent'a .I™ th* proper 'jdivert ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 August 1865

i IIP HB.1 Wm — —————— 1« tt fcttt s may tf lusg ! P ~ STIN CITT, FRIDAY, AI 1, HhÉI MfcnfP*^ m. «t 3 o , Thuriday Thurs- Wcunebtitt) Robín son «* Arrte Punch; oíd flchledam Scbnap*; fine 8*r&ne£ d Tomato by tht ¡■""Víí embracing ee; also Oyater*, i Feppcr ?auce and obacco, Havana Cigar*, (3 r called the "Arcidc," old Swisher house, and aewly in the it, call and tee, nc and attentive H. BARNES. 13 fMlrfi'' | arrivre ".very "utmy, Wcdneiday < a , ment, íor .ateorabjpment COTTON, WO >L, HIDES, and all kind* of Country Produce. Order lor Mer receive prompt attention. Every kind sinew attended to. We solicit the ™Ji P«nies desirini to tl«<l. KKFEH, T* E. H. Pease, John Hanoeek, Oso. Ha [C@|ÍMMnMÍÍÍkÍMMHMÉMM L> *J s stittji H'K. McCulloch, John , tian Mitvcos; Hr.orteks <fc hUté W. 0. PhíUns A. Co., (ínUeatoii ¡ O.o. ooi K. U U, Bastrop. 1-4 IptjBUC.-i iBBL. fcanoin !><! fiiafata k rcpalM u iKitfll tu -.v-- - i taction: íbd/lmnofííof tho « [me Cnvrt of 'iYxnj, a«...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 August 1865

. *r* fully pim-arnrf t„ _ ñ ■ *ÍM ] Sf <i (li 111 M 1 c|t s®4«« FKIEIAT. The Sipremt ■ °;«tés: o. w. PwchJ, it urjed for the (tobe EfW la transferring the above paper, where the subject of long been well known M * the courts, Sute and Federal, of a journal with which the name Patchal was 10 mer yean, some remarks wHl not be inappro These divide themselves Into the St- and the claims of the i which the choice is to be made. And, first, as to the fitness of Judge Pas- He came to the bar in Georgia in 1832 •E with ,, and all who knew hi) acquired a reputation ft r second to so young circuit. The best ti lis practice was lucrative. 1837, Mr. Jill life,all , which i then Just well organic: ed as a State. It had been part of the Ter- and the Wmm mim ritory of Louisiana, then of Mississippi, and an independent Territory. Rights lereopon, arisen under Spanish law and of Louisiana, which with the com- i law brought into force, opened a field nvestigation, which so soon gave promin- s to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 August 1865

• We ¡ embracing " Í be Flag," " Ye., we Flower.," etc. For letra, will be, ■■ I to the i i of tbto institution. Thi.Uemo.tf. aad wia reflect credit on the Dr. Graham wm an appointee under Gen. and WM deposed by Go*. CUrk immediate- hi. aeceailon to the guberuatsrial chair. The Doctor', qualification* for the pssitioo are too well known to require endorsement at our h#nds. The following gentlemen ban been appointed a board of tnntee.i E. M. Pease, Q>o- Hancock, Dr. J. M. Litten, Dr. M. A. Taylor and É. B. Turn- Go hu been however, ¡ Council i for .ale at this j any offieer authorised to the Intelligencer are sctiona. By reference , we charge Fcmr When paid in i Win pay for one AUSTIN, At (ÉspapEfr, ■,HP nr, to return our .ineere who aatoted Ja.t 8ab- om the river the body of our , an who .0 kindly tendered [the tat .ad tribute Abolph Bahh- Mai,v*ibnx Bahh. i Austiu from Galvcton on , by rail and stage. i lost a valuable horse. Sec ad- or thi. Cpnference commence to morruW. (of A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 August 1865

I5*v mi i \ >•**. . ;,ÁK ü i mi m jsm ftMy pre, _ 8 f:- ■.¡WÁ-. ,,. .. i":; -y ■RKm identical; ®fc'¿ ¡sP ¥ <v i:)' ■•• I P &H «9 Podra. ' 9 ffce Iron-Clad. rff*t—AI n*M 9j&£ ' Opt üti i o ' fciViymi -ad V'eu once rehe ¡. Bs fwlings hh.1 And now u o«t Ukr fbe " iroii - ¡id," ' To t.'MOtt tMMl, to Untos I.aed. OH, vé*'. coeld I have but Tbe r.hmon el this tritio aiMMt Mine ww¡M a «iffT*w coarse h *« been, TÍ Vftk-ai,md,t0 t/alos Qtaelle> uccuyatton'« fled. Aufl so is ta:/'", Vi', itñm i* ¡ $ná nil my «abonas knnttrt j# le head, gv finUp lanJ.fcy Ürfoi. UntL j&;:g What eared 1 for b« peeptftltwrtt { I urged tbem mu with gnu tuid « tel. That I the swoets of pew'* seeuM feel, la. 8outhernl* d, In flauther nd. e M i now regret! did n't go To f*i Vermont or Me*i- o, A,!<3 there my windy speech j Fi>r ÜnlonLaní. for Union 1 <- dost, wu jut IANTHIK. I Intelligencer. stppi Brpart- A jfr*«t ml*take, I do declara fur QttU-e I must have aoinewii;;r*, And any o th fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 August 1865

*15$■ H* . {,4 i? . *0* H % & FOSf «Taeíij lo] •'iHbitumut, =. iiímii xvurmoit XVKHIKO. Jp'lffMS-! for 52 oumtmri, ...... «se ;; . _ «a . rtoff 10 cents. ¡Si OV A V Wfcr the fif* aB^ ¡foí&w. t® " 17 * " 30 , " ' M M " . ♦ AUSTIN CITY, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1866. whatsoever cao¡ lawfully annul, canee!, re- Itturb Ut «Umn.7;* toTSl ¡STby' null and void. «ti tu tion, ¡a absolutely From these principle íffMftáHAi " lita m mail wiiroi every Monday, Thjys- Us night, at 11 o clock. nnday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 j arrive every Monday, Thursday, ,it 12m. : . „ „ day, Wednesday and Friday, (it 9 risHSs — (For the Intelligencer. t gMto*:—May I submit, through the I honored Intelligencer, a few thoughts i present tiatut of affairs in the South 'otiésoí the people of Texas? igo the people of the 8outh [iberately renounced all alie- lito the government of the United States, [iihed In solemn form the Confede- l Government—upon tie occurrence formal and solemn acts of tover- t, war ensued....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 August 1865

oNer.f,r paieu , tro fully prft)«red to ¡ ^ "VW; &i«-.r4KLH!!.iMsi l ■ II. ■ •' í i ;v *L'' •• fíi . }**'• ;; ' JjMHHHl' ' JM -• * '' ^ " &{¡t S ou%rn 1 % a' '' '.J. . ¿ ÍÍ r'.'.'.ii- i | ¡ i APifiM cm, fiipay, mm is, "State Sértreípt)• Thia l| a misapplication of terma. Sorer- eigflty, in ita moet cempretopalre «*■« DMDa absolute national ladepeadeaoo. It perfect equality with all nations of the earth. This, the coloalss ncrar had. An independent colony, and a free «Uve, w* phrase* which inrolre about equal degrees of absurdity. This sorerelgn y, the 8tat* never bad. While they were yet colonies, the whole jMtfpfc were represented by a gene- ral Congress, clothed with power to «take car* of the liberties of the country-'' Tbie Congress made the Declaration of Independ- ence; drwf up Ihe article of, confederation ¡ and carried on war With the mother country. act* of sovereignty.— n was the first act of aggregate capaciiy of lage of Its .very first Ire upon this point It 's: ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 August 1865

Iftfl 0** ™ .'«a ,,.HM , day, sad ol the carrier. Fries lüwrYwk BffffiíSSS? "" "" r iik it 0V mriw'p Oalhfcrseleeto r kwtn| m In currency. SO in—ci* ■' i á í M WTIBgM on oat day of lathe 0.0- Court Clerk, will ■t the Temnerance •ww ;• '"•fF ■■■■ ■" • ttfch- ptoed to greet in this ghepard. r hlle ha waaabsent in Lou- |n the 0.8. army m Lieut- CoL at the Mo officer in the Southern ar. r popular with the men i Col. Sbepar 1; end when them to enter upon the dia- i of Li* new portion, be ww pre. ___ i testimonial of their high appreciation of ,ioéosr tod their affection for him u «man >««K7cflpertnd men of hie regiment, who ttttheUae. . ^ ¿ Aat Frank H. Ooupíand, Treasury i opened an office on Coogress Avenue for ■ of the public property formerly belong- Confederate States. Thoae having govern- , «oel and other article , would do wel] i the i*me to him at once. He has nothing State property. ' j, p. Knight, who, during the violent jayhawk- i in Williamson county last winter and i comp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 August 1865

or mor* year , ] Aai/rfct^«d /'{? tu,e:>tJo« ^ | "* S Ywli. full it.' ■"* iuU' pTtfmrwi " • L: I™' "V* "• «iJ oo^X ™*«*>«'«• Ideática); bv •• —■ • - Tm"* ■i .^-..Mta WiiaW|S smSSn*«. pótírs. ^ 1 * - h Aigasta, MA4 That' Is to think ■■ ■ jusm Wba aft, at evening's pensive hour, ÍSÜKSÍhisshsf - • '«•¿ü'.n&rgife**1 That tova rail warm* de Which anea they fowl Oh yea! If such a biteH * *•■ ¿jwill often back return to thee. \} i thy heart ahe will apaaa, iter toar that them hact known ¡ And point thee ta her radiant piuca Retida her dear Redeemer'a throne. And bid thee, when thy lila ia o'er, To aeak her In her nativa akiea || «I Where both «hall Uve forever more flnmin frnm flarthlf Mtiil jiflA.-" BvVIH V *t VOT «■' r"* "**" "V" Austin, ta, 18611. leontine. g ib more unlikely man rder in the South, oí more r, and which could not be • few regiments at aiost. I £ Reduction ef the irmy. The New York Times of the 23d ult, states that learns from official quarters that it i« the " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 August 1865

111 «W J ,JLM ■ ] [J J lJ J ® MM' j Jf ,nj '/aj J fll i: tinvSS rVrinWr .i..." ^USTIN OTFT, which he may iL. ftL; J1 T..„ tne Jus- $ * 1 • .<! ,-^m TTF. far * «r« and 7* „wlPfÍ3®.w:: t m; i .> f • . fc^*.si(dp«toUp sr oft theOlerks mentioned shall constitute or thetraasaotiOiiof oetairitted to- } Chief Justice. vide for the use of juu ™ name® i m*J- Hamilton wide evidence vernmeht to Wm, to the Go- -lit!') i !4ia# in i b- PUBLISHERS. ^BÍKfl -•> ,V: :i,.«i',;-;. vr :Y, AUGUST 25, m& * *rrf;—g n:ma •«* m* CWffl - • -1 i I' j*1 "fIf T*" *, '^v £* Other frejristér of the names «•* to a Convention, and an- I 1 * " " *of ' fw ;pR!:f0|1 Proelcmatioi hy tie «OTWBsr. «¿*«¡n it" ! : ft JUflt"* •' •>■* ■ j Executive Offios, \ Austin, August 19, l¡866i j( by the Prqc!amatw>n of identof the United State , ine. A. D., 19?5, f, of enabling the °&df*opU of Texaa to organise a ~ jvernment, &c,'' itie tjaade r as Provisional (hypm* State, " at the earliest le period, io pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 August 1865

(.ra tM, pre,,red ¿ A >• « — : is- •'* 'B- > •. C|t Sontgerii exile AUSTIN Cfff, FEIW i only mm entitled to imTcMMM ■> w State, were "the «roweSvnlon meo. who lure keen keoww to be if-i0n men tram the be^ionioir: end the «rawed ÍSoZüflr war tutn. —HotiMon TiUgrmpk, A**. leth." .un :t •• lhfa is till 1|*Ttí 1!— "•* —*1'1' ■hi,t' ll taken, bee been RnWtab- It ftrst eppearedln ¿«Ibo^uné? tbénnttlln feroemu idea uwn toe Ü b again re-produded. Wheta it MM, pnsfdd K by to «ffefldéOn '* £*< red,th t ajthongh there may t^men to boto af toe* classes, who we ectliJed toM respect and confidence," yet the Ityiifo&íibWfoirtiirf patriotism o4 the i persistant dafcermi s£k o of the, riele- tpft, toiffsht ipOtt' AmuHmt the fines of tolerence and persecutions, they wen " vil* Hessian ," and their children nnfit associates for the immaculate purity of your tona and daughters. Now they bare returned In trl umpb, to retoñé the State from tytoiny and fttlljr defend *g*M ¡et the aiBaisina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 August 1865

iífi Off* t-se badas r^^thTteadleg *9* York ipsrs, ilhtstratfd jo«n I< «Wb* "~¿ o«í wwoom. .« '• • af ib* Amnesty Oath for *a)e at our ' - •, aorels, songbooks, moaic, _ • ■ ':i ' printed term ll will-be Nn 7^U«P«r.nnumincurre ¿y. JL ¿jnjílí** arranged on W* wiU then change our day tof bltth.ms^W,- láthe r o^y - ion, formerly of this coonty. I recollect Mr. Parkerson. He There •mailer rfflmtgnla o Sí — r*---- fill nil II ■ i n have to quit. m.lpn tradá epittntiaaHrtyi our Mood Sam W¿4 DM whet e we ad- vise everybody to gdoWm fcéywaotwtfrsod their lóese changa r; we charpa aothiag for this nottee.- Since the denla of the Cotton Bureau, the young I**,* *rn Pm WW m mJu* r scanty eourt, ud Wilcox was eoro , sn InoffmMwoM m.n.snd It téymfa waifirafo imp- > '>"!# *H« * ft *ü HÍ iltó -r--TTT-Tt7 i'f<> , ■ ■ iSriOUiíaa**r-rBe sure to rSpr the government oficiala, that > that you have been wrong j s orer way, And to ask it manliness iaenre * iliwtUiii - . j we. an attempt a...

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 — 25 August 1865

«ií tr* pwKS * f — . n r- fewar bv tal * For the " iatnlligeeeer.' If twin. It WM WILTMii. *;«*. *94 Wgb, O^InáH&y" rrty. ■ !!■■■■■ Wly spemt aid idly lost,- •s-aw^sss.. I bow tog t• i I the wind fH atraggbng the «tormy ««*•• v • Pitiful and kme H* wfcUper*, Sad and drear 4ta echoc* a s. ÍS4IÜ But the great cloud* haverlog a Wnal wl5 riprai re dSrhWue, I glance*, rapture new. éfnad ail flirty ipelin' alittle peckish I went intoa anteo' faoaie to-day; and «conntered,a yoong ud with long black bair and elenderframe. He didn't wear good cloth*; and the* at he did wear looked pnbdáüby. Hefrown'd on me, •No,' ted t T ciim here for baabl' * 'Piab-bawt' he rod sneeringíy, * I mean you air i a this city for the purpuge Of gloating over a faUeo people. Otheo may btóely suc- cumb, bal asjbr m^11 will «eye* yield *3* •nthl#' to eatJ'I plewentlylt* Tripe ana sOionsf he said fawly; « ]aa h « Jotu pi We inderetswd name hornet were receitly olen in this neighborhood, end the thieve* wore aften...

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