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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 September 1865

tPiif v'sfl" I 1B '■1 '' ''' ' ~ • r-h jT * MM is it tu c«ap aftu*i Mb r i. PUBLISHERS. w niMY nilm. jfclT rtó mBober ; so «13 " us m . 1 M -the first «04 75«ON for fitch, ^ * 'S jY " i fr®) «5 " i i [, >' .... ia®B¡ , this site type; makei amt square. gjgjpptsma is in togal tender- 8a*ote *o a— *r abV of W&' 1 In our first number AUSTIN CITY, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1865. NO. 9. h Revlveá 6th That the, Intelligencer and 388 2 ttSS&yttSSSl to publish the proceedings and reiofutioUi of toll meeting. The floa- James H. Bell, our present Sec-. —,WI[ 1 * * gí®eted " .DEPARTURE OF THE MAltS, ¡ TxMdtJ. Thursdsy snd ^atardsy, at 1 , Thurs- i msllsriivee c j At* night, at 1Í o*i _ , Bondsy. Wednesday and Friday, at 6 . i strives every Monday, Thursday, , it 12 m. ay, Wednesday and Friday, at It a 8aniJ sophisms which for 2*"¡ *df hld'the flruth from the eyea^f'the deHjded fWOfde; he passed Jheo ito- tbe duties devolved upon the people by recent events 0r«,xffiáí "•ok""""w 'he',•w, T...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 September 1865

|i full fit. { ¡'ií^vsr """"• •? w< su.--- Wesii % /eerav bv sb* - inwuJU identical; f ,.; «r? Ia Sftt jM&«a 1DITII, PKIBiT, 18PTSIB1K 1, 1865. ISU I :>SI Itak ftlglls. No two word* lo the Bngllsh language hri been ton understood hi tbe 800th, than the words Stale Right : and jit, u If it were a law of our natura, that poor waak humani- ty thfftf talk most «boot that which it un- dsntaad* tout, m two words have been to often need, tor the laet thirty yean, then two littte worda have been meat aad d ink, board aod clothing, to a certain clan of pol- They hare been epooted from, the from the pulpit, and the grogery, until the whole Bonthern air if vocal, if not redolent With tbe eoaa& The independent pren has been wholly dependent apon the words "State Bights" for it# patriotiim, its philosophy, its metapbysin and Its inspiration, for more than a quarter of a century. Witaessthe ten thousand columns of words of " learned length and thundering sound," M whow link ed dulln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 September 1865

M be had at our n*we-roo«u at , d y, and olthe cwitor. Pito# ^Hagtoetoadlag *• *«* i, IHuatrutod Journals, maga- , iiíMV <#kfor ssle otear *Si«k t*t*c«e. of registry and , «fplyto* for «P«aM perdón- l_ gg>' printed t«rmi k wOl lu Mi# rów Dolbrt per *unum in currency. ' r„eycar for 09.80 In tpsdo. ^MUvyMmwtU bearranged on W* will then change our doy of bit the nuil* precisely. Indio ■ order*. throughout the State, ond all ■ Mint ira paying eubaerlbsrS'for 11 ¿tbltd«« ooo copy oí the Indulgen- *w*f charge. vVeraesivenoeub- attempted by tho eato. Partie* i,who prate it, will be oltowod ton ' tr8*b1*' 1 |v ' men, at ttartioglo life, acem to poe- , to bicorne popular—to croata a ten; i to makf large protonaioua, «quan (Mo hour , and bo feat generally, i then , when It la probably too ; l« neither profitable or ptfuiar. itra I* aoecbool in that portion ot the Ansae and eouth oí Hickory «treat. lady out of nnployaaent, atart a aehool In the aav- the benefit of the little folka parent...

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

I full fit 11 « """ '""'"'pm location hy , «orders^ * *• fuU' «•{„*. M t"™ ... bat# iij l*"*y bv it.. j #r- Fur tbe Intelligencer. Falling letm.-*! Utalgfct «rrtrf. iv miss wblthsa i* butant. FIim toot nana oi*® my neari, neur ita beefing. foil it heaving. While for Wee * tole *ls weaving, nif. '—' --"—'-ff 1 i mm ma. riMii 0f« dsep Mid paiafulsmert. When the roee* «A And mo oifi ffeoD Then I loved an angel maiden With an ettof rfrcamy blue, , And • voice Whose sweetness sounding Linger round mc,—soft and true. One bright ere I sat beside her |t our old accustomed p1"' On s bank where moa wat i We oould hear tbe streamlet And the sunset's crimsc Mikity Hume upon III On her brow ao But she trembled aa WMspered,-"Idle fot mieethat* Longed to see,- ere dwell np care I W?M ft And ahe Violated to the breaches Of a maple droopinp near;— " See,—It leave ara falling, I Love,—why will they i 4 Come,—tie grave 1 nol 'T is a refuge from all tear I And they slowly seem to whi per A they rustle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 September 1865

"W • * *«t« «wp sí bu*g Mt?" b0WN & FOSTER \0JL- I- SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, "¿OUIHW imt WlMlt v w*o. terms: rsa * 99 •i 26 " ... 9 50 W u 1 a® ¿ÍíiVfadvebtiwpío. , |1 50 for the tint and 73 cents for each jiniertioanTírtf" "■■■-* 9fi| ¡¡¡"i 8 tmertloni,. far ■ ,17 25 30 40 • 6 00 7 SO 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 Hum or léflf. thi lze type, make one square. rí"lMid Word« or lew constitute a square. For iffiyadverüsemeiiti, B0 per cent, additional «bo'V'ráte are in legal tender. Specie .i t tw market value, or to save trouble of it the o*r autauey. AUSTIN CITY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1865. conscience in . . _ regard to the innocence or guilt of Secession. You are not a superhu- man philosopher—onlv a human, John Smith These influences could and would mould mv opinion and feeling. As sure as you Uw John^ they do yours, and you know it. ' Do you pretend, Peter Jones, to say I am not perfectly sincere in denying that Seces- sion was a criminal movement? " you indig- nantly ask. Not at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 September 1865

Iwi II.. — wTThT^pabJic. And that you ultimately will I have no more doubt that 1 have of my own humble existence. p^xEB JONES. ®|t govern gnltUigtnttr. INTUI. FMMÍ, SEPTBMM 8, 18 . titled II it ElgM t '• The disposition manifested by the leading radicals to war upon the policy of President Johnson la granting amnesty and pardon to so large a class of the participante in the late rebellion, 1 not only illiberal bat unjust. They would visit Indiscriminate condign pun- ishment upon all who were in afty way con- nected with the Confederacy, whether from choice or because they were involuntarily drawn into it by the force of circumstances then surrounding them. They would dis- franchise all such, and enfranchise a race of men Just emerged from centuries of servi- tude. They would regard the Union as hav- ing been dissolved ; insiBt that a foreign ptwer hod been established which has been conquered ¡ that the conqueror has the un- limited right to impose conditions on the eoaqaered, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 September 1865

iüwiwi- tu MW(t our news-room at „>* #? d.r. «d 01 the CMrier- priee ^receiving the leading New York •""^Lpsrt, illustrated Journal , maga- ' ■* °Ur neW§"r00n>' TlTXmueaty Oath for aa)« at our *!l2 blank certificate, of registry w d '¿¡¿tim applying for speclel pardon. u our printed term it will be teen f*** Pour Dollar per annum in currency, one year for Í8.50 In specie. tbe mail system will be arranged on ^ will then change our day of 1^^" to hit d e mail precisely. In the j ' | as your order - throughout the State, and all '■STf* 04 ten P *1"* ub cribera for 12 j*"'* ¿tuied to one copy of the Intelligent L r tree of charge. W e receive no sub- accompanied by the ea h. Parties r club , who prefer it, will be allowed ten Vfcr their trouble. ,u,okj out the Eagle 8aloon, and requests ' fo call and aettle with him or Maj. gee card. * w Houston, win receive in a few days, ['•siortmsat of the National Series of school r in general use is Texas. Read card, and rcrdwi. . _ .JgL;' ;:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 September 1865

. J .veura,' imwklu Zté'¿Mup^ J "E? 'ftf lu'« *w «V | full it. | >-n-ii H order' p^ *1 "* '*a prepared ta I «. *57! v K« * i al! i > remita identical; •rol [V pii'« fli >b iJoclrfi. For the Intelligencer. Time:-! Paraphrase. 'Wef; Gray'# £7vy. b* wkltkka k. b ya*t- Tim' wtiU not in bid toarte for a««or child, Bat onward sweeps baste. And like • torrent i> Its thundering Wild, He Mirei vmto tii nAibcr foul nor chute. He p«mi til things e'en with his catting «cythe, The conltiy dame, the infant of an how, ! The warrior breips, «¡he maddon ioanu and blithe,— The boast of heraldry, the pomp of potter ! " JJe cuta them down at momia*' earlieat dawn. And breathes no word of flattery in their ear, fet to Ma ctoae embrace eSnh one ia drawn,— No more the loved one? voices ean they hear. Be lead* them oo with dread relentleia strength, And not a moment'* penance can they crave; — awn hto away at length, Thebowy 14 And all that There id no , all that wealth e'er gave!" here id no p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 September 1865

mi «fN & FOSTER, W to tt bat ■ any of tu| to r PUBLISHERS. AUSTIN CITY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1865. IS ^ lü-WttoM.. jjRN INTELLIGENCER, , svEsrnro*T avium*. terms: ,tor number*, 1 rtgS " > M 3 •• tofflKSSS.—-— L¡J¡¡ «* A*nm«n«- 10 for Iba M u4 n eantt tor Mch 4 1 30 ... i-... ' ii m i:::::;;;:;;;:::::: HE Kx'iinU • •«' 1MH umot tat, tUa *l«e type, make one upton. ?SdWd or lew cowMtule a «juar* For ¡¡¡¡^arttowienU, 80 per Mat. additional «« in legal tender. Boede g^ sEs%X2& a mkU arrive* every Wednesday, Friday >I^y ^mAtj. Thu rtday and Saturday, at 12 ■ Antonio mail *ril e* ever*. Monday, Thure- imA Manlif night, it 11 o'clock* ^^&y, VVcdiieida.v cud Mda* *t 6 rico mil arrive* every Monday, Thursday, at 13 m. ty, Wedneaday and Friday, at 6 mischievous delusion and folly, that, encou- arged by the rapport of n few of my fellow- citisens who were even then bold enough to n, an! mi- ciuaeoa wag were erea then bold en< declare their devotion to th« Union, i mated by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 September 1865

■WT! pmtati , in fatty pi nj*r«d to ! A . — — Vbar# «II oom3E*?c#mtt,t" W«ntio*lf hwtt- S • x.* •'■*;■ of tbe eon id m¡i*#«al wítüíwfrení on—to «éter m that the oblig^eoi tracting parti* If it be true that Ti- the contract of th« rnjttMt bi'lMMÍHtaf • «lie' 5Kt without came, i« it not, then, also true that the United State , the other contracting par tyj eould hare withdrawn from Texas a wj«. then, would hare bee# said of the United State*, if. ten years past, she had thus acted ? There would hare been but oo# opinion of the act throughout the civilised world; ose iversal sentiment dt reprehensión and at a violation of solemn covenant bted faith, M flagrant and shameless, _ "üare characterized the outspoken Jons #f Christendom. it 1* It true that Texas surrendered none -firioal rights of sovereignty by her n to the United States f ' ' 1 •be entered the Union, she was rec ognfeed among the nations of the earth as, a sovereign go*ernme« t—«fra-isegottated WtCI other gov«tnmeta treatie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 September 1865

h, 18 s^jjj^ad and otter papers reeetved * 7Ww^ t*yor of the City of Austin, * eZa hto buggy, Al* aide of tho Haraay l BW" _ * _ _ Aiui «nrlmialT ^ «rrived la t®fé olly Wedbes- * jtsterdsy for Houston. - Hor¡rtTdverti ement. He requests soils beef at 2| and 8 ote. jggrfiaauuti, ia co inéu witti ^e- L¡*, ve* w e«*'nUy asks to I nt of the length of Governor - whiofc will be wad artth I just üeewsí, el liU eld jreefc, a forge lot of erecke- ^vire, coal oil knaps, etc.# Alio, a •' wear, millinery goods, etc. * In detail next week. 'X he snaeuuoeoaeiU of the death • A. C. Hortoi. Él bis borne in on the let lustant, ia the 67th i g«; Wg'M. of Cedar Wood and Pickets Jor food Chopper wanted, at Maj. i ara due Mr?. A- P. Blocker, fur peaehes, of large size and ¡tor,.«oh a® we base seldom met with This compliment ia highly appre- [ The fifiit was raised in Mrs. B's or- no miles South of Austin! and they I ssvtn ounces in weight, and meas- e inches in eircumfereuce. We are (to note the success...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 September 1865

«JMÜfl ■XZ&ZZr My Z J « MBBH r® Pr?l in t üor-p Jibe fh ílwj. ] mor, I'M ,*í íl 1 (Pront PWbrt BtóMíto. Tkeie •rlgtial íeewiiu Leiden. Hortimt, Aug. 18th, 1M6. Si. Bull**.—Feeling aietp int®r«.tlD tb0M mm. described la the caption, who meat have UU tMf «íom too great for par* don, I bare modo eveiy possible Inquiry i# regard to their welfare and comfort, and I ui fosead to the conclusion, that tbe dívis Ion of Treasury spoils, nnd «ported cotton has not been fMr, else «orne of the " noble exiles" woald not have been driven lo their present state. Senator Oldham, who tu always a bope- fol man, 1> at Monterey; be It good gam*, and still weate the toga of a Confederate Senator, and expects some day to be re-call- ed to a session of tbe Confederate Congress la the meantime be is writinga hist* secession and tbe way la which it ia el that tbe bright idea vu first conceived by himself but pirated by bis old partner John Marshall. The book shows up Jeff Davis and Lee without mercy, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 September 1865

w —• ft n t,., <s tt *ut« map 9t bujg Ifftf- BROWN a foster I Si AUSTIN CITY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1865. StSOUTHEBN INTELLIGENCER, i * rcbushbd v *v ruiOAX kvknimg. terms: HSS for 52 number , "86 I ii « 13 " — 1 «• _y. fflngla copy 10 cent . . _ ¿tesofadve anuiru. -u-11 so far die first awl 75 cent* for no fjjnoasl imertion. . nnSfluare, & inwtioM* $ 6 00 Msqw* 13 7 so 17 «' 9 00 S5 ...............III. 11 00 30 " ........... 18 00 40 13 SO 52 15 00 this |ize. type, *feake one square. „ i or le constitute a square. For «drerütcmeuu, 50 per cent., additional iyi fates. r aboyo rate are In legal tender. Specie tad t Its market value, or to ave trouble of , ,t the rate published in our first number «VAL ANO DEPARTURE OF THE MAILS, ggnrtnq mail arrive* every Wednesday, Friday ludSunday Morning, at 3 o'clock. ¡mm every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, at 12 . Monday, Thurs- ock. , TM every Sunday, weanesaay and Friday, at 6 ^ fl), Wseo mall arrives every Monday, Thursday, y, st 12 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 September 1865

rrom NVw y .uv(' ^ h,*w 1 — - Jpf * ,, - fa *i FMiv miIh - .. « áSÉS It"'' ' b igi IP >■ s > &$ tv' gty gonjjjtm Inltlligmttr. AUSTIN, FEIMT, SBPTE1BBR 23, 1865. Bv reference to Uie list of appointments wmmA by Governor Hamilton, It will be seen that Col. Thomas Wm. Ward, the present Mayor of the city of Austin, hM *« fT appeinted to that petition. In making this announcement it will not he inappropriate to briefly refer to «orne of the loading incident, of the life of Ool. Ward, as in doing bo, we bat recall some of the prominent feataree of the history of Texas, within the memory of many now liying, and ever interesting to all Textos. He is oneof the few mrv^'n* w"r* rior heroes, by whose prowess * bright star was.emblasoned on the National escutcheon. If saoh men as Ward had not fongbt and «•nnnered, Texas would still he a vast cow- pasture for u« ulf savage Mexicans, Instead of being one of the United States, with a brave, bold, intelligent, enterprising pópala- Hon. C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 September 1865

Tírol an* Ikwnol f- yu, be hadat our news-room at day, and ot the carrier. Price h**<"' | lot oTffH'"1'"*- noTeU- ulMtna d ■** *^L. unr*—^ fht* morning 4t oar new depot. L.rat ot the Amnesty Oath for «ale at our AW) bunk certificate of registry and ¡'j, parties applyiaf for «pedal pardon .(«^.risiae neighbors of the GueUe Xnitt tri weekly- It if neatly print. ' ditt columns discover close attention, "urprtoa deserves a liberal «npport. I Joha B. Washington ia associated with ird * Sector in the mercantile buei- io tiiia city. The firm name is Rather Btctor * Oe. This firm are securing t They are. attentive, accom- . Md entirely responsible. See ad- nent in the proper colnmn. Pehsve heretofore alluded to the new lit- weekly recently started in New Orleans, ¡,fheSouth," edited by J. W. Overall, the anly purely literary journal now jied in the Southern States. , We have lateral copies, and can apeak favorably All who desire to aee such a journal r sboald subscribe for it. W. N. Bry ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 September 1865

he*t pr*j> red to ¡ ^ «..«_. BÉ- Tbe Wicked WUh. H e. o •««*• ••iíaAnáS¿'SÍFÍSS'^>. • Aye, would tkat 1 wsee *«**'„„ ' Sff^sss^^3^ ^Ieould wiJfcSm" as my home." . « / *M *• ■ 1" ' Sffl-JfijT'■ • ^•Sfxistíss •.-* , "SfSSsSSKKSSF "Ob,'would'toGod ttiet 1 were sighed— -VP TTUUIU — -1*4 « « For «U who «• to be my bride I «old In death 1"—and ««heMid The word*, he lewed bit mahtog bead Upon hi* palms, and Mid again rfíTnlght, thU o is lit, we were to wed— OA, DsaiA I relict* tMt atking brain !" « Be' dead' Oh Oc4¿Ut dm, «jo, di I " A young wife shrieked, as, Uke a knell She readW husband'spaste among The bravea wfco foremort fighting leU. I . JP&L- i, 8 '-: /■ •'•■' '■>Z: ' íili. "fotón the Moody tarttle pía W*b Death'* cold damp opon hi* brow, My husband «Jeep# among the W«— Alas! my child'tan orphan note! " Oh Ood! I vi*h that J were dead, While brooding o'er her lonely lot; " Tor tether, mother, brother , fell Who «mooth'd Hie' rugged path for me, Have found a winding «be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 September 1865

|J nJl fí W ""J1**01* ,c T b(#«n rfiqs m¡ , OWN & FOSTER, -- — • t jifl ¡ , *4'' . <. ..., láw ltd} Lriti ,t$ ir ;1! !1 (U ' *' ->*• «> ' 1 , . ' •• am? so efawfutin "wwm (• utut« *« tt km* m r t ft UtfMi >yt§&T terms: i lit ¡>0'' Ham — ) •*■ \) ¡ •••-" KIM'!#-v — <odi 4 12 08 • y,?j$ ?*•*• V4SV' Wu«r MM. ' the ri *«Wbfa** to # e flmt number ANO DfPARTURE OF ^ffrS^'Thd * tard.y,'át 19 nil arrives evarr Jfoaday, Ttnir - nighL at U o'eWkM ; • «wry BttíMUy.WadnMdny •«# fridfjr, at« ¡i W* dmII arrive* every llonday, Ttraittéy, fí^tóS^V^ead.y w^ fri 5an, to ti People OÍ TfXM. •In Prison, Fobt Waraío^í Boston Harbor, Ago. llfch/lfMH . _ iions óf you lxivé honored ml ¡¡¡your confidence on many occasions.— •re tried to repay that confidence by Mm: rtsfor ¿¿'food, and by folthfol Though bow a prisoner, tn solitary at, and far from you, without rhen, If ever, I shall be permitted wit&'you again; my children and Hid friends oré among ydu, and my for tkehr and yoi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 September 1865

M >malte identical; 'T>** X C|( £<ra%ra - * : V iDITIN, VKUií. Í8PTM1M 29, 1861 IfMOB last! m Tie Csiyeitloi. a aatority efths Texas press •* dlf" AreSt tima, expressed ^^¡^r,,th general policy of Governor Hamilton-sad- ministration; while some of the leading journals have endorsed It folly, « wiss, con- ssrvativsj'tod «neb mo conciliatory than was generally expected. There nre some, h owerer, who manifest not i little disappoint- ment becauae he baa not seen proper to indi- cate a day at which a Contention will be .^imI . gad who expreaa the conriction, that Texas will be the last State re admitted back into the Union. We will not, now, stop to esquire, whether or not those who complain at the seemingly nnneeessary delay of Gov- erfior Hamilton, in this respect, hare been fkithfol to the country themselves, by iuduc- ing the people to qualify themselves to rote for delegates to a Convention; hat wiU «hap- ly recall to their recollection, the contingency on which the Govern...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 September 1865

i 4* mtad * m-nam* , end of the cnrrter. Mop Wit.Vét- __ DMríot Attorney Longley, ud _!rfihe bar, left ft* Loekhnrt, eeriy th« OMrk* Oowt ta CetdwM (wllUlwklWltflT iathlaDle- „ Jltil MMMtt *«• «« • "T' aoo, tbU fall Tbewaut of re*. ¡J«reidyi*bereebo^ u¡¡¡^éi«d *rTehUfi*m*«ed «he JZ¿A« old HudefN«. Brea. * C Diii¿iwhh aaeortment. Jllt T.ythta^ done i the saddlery toe, i ¿«i o reter 1 ""y*- 8<* eanL uli lililírn k-^t" w*~ trader* í2¡Tof the in touWáaeCavtíip, a com- ital tobe glvea etthe capítol nextWednar it wül dosbtleM be e pleaiaut ingathering ^alfnlkii af lMflMa. Our H. P. .Lihee, looking end noting an grandly i* -ihellmlled «W« of to wardrobe end ble , etode, tilwte w® ado#- - Hcia, bow xMiMtwntnl to the rapid whirl* of fcaq d gmlkM of the head and brala, then .¿n-M the Ugbt fanteatic toe raawjee, [¿j, «ad nimble tipatfp-tlpe of die bell ikeIII0, -«n — taker neceeded in enterinf the red r Ward a few night* ago, but wae die- use to prerent any depredation*. ,We I efMverai inst...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 September 1865

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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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