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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 October 1865

y OWN & ípSTER, Wfcrt to ft hit * may of fam 1% r* rniSOUTHERN iNTmraiNCBR, Wfgp , tpm'vm mum terms: ,for92 Bombar.,....'. v.:|4 « «26 " ) ''M " " " " ". — *- ♦. ' I AO gtffl «* ABT<« WlWte. «*>** **« tat-W. '¿septa.for e<« TOSion... • 6 00 IS "' ■■.■Jjí.'—joíjw.fde 17. 'I : «(kr-iSINft-iwHii 901 u ■yrvr-r.tv"^' .... 1 M " &00 . k«, Al* «Uo Vl>ft p<fcfr<cne «pare. tboTfl rates are in legal tender. OrtttlkemltftAaoiL" rrf-iV*-f>a* xsss&fivmzs üffilBcdltieM® revealing 1 fuHforCe it dependence easting between the ^asti the employed, And men are now to reíJffle m «ever before, perhaps k society is bo constituted tbnt obu portion [re their advantages thiwigh (he industry jr, so that a derangement is no« t<o fatal as ainoug these who flH suboic petitions- However easily the fact ht overlooked, it is. actually the «oil > famishes, and actually the tiller of the I who extracts the material of wh'ch is l lbewhole fabric of a thriving coui- s men who des...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 October 1865

fu At. profred t ! A c¡¡t So4trn IHITIH CITTr fBíBAJf OCTMEI 1,18W. liria*. a time íb the history of mar MlH WhW I* bshOOVed the people tO 5 «¿|ted and harmonious in «11 their r-... ofiBé South, at tilia timo, the war has prostrated the energies of the land to an alarming extent Oar labor system baa undergone an entire ehaage. Old theories and interpretations hare to be cast aside. New principles and untriedtheories are to be engrafted into tbe government and pit Into practical execution. ,, ■ i W. RMS! E ♦ Vi® ; > \-24 s V ;• ¿ *; V:'• jK-BjV-i • < ... , i ! in every department of society, and the government. These are the results of the war, and it be- hooves tbs people all to realise,folly tbe du- ties growing out of these changas. The ex pedante of tha past, if turned to prottt, can be made available in wisely shaping our pol- Isles for thenars. Our dastiay is in onr own hands, to be worked «it for the weal or yrrn of the wh«|le eottntiy. The review of tha put «an only be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 October 1865

ftffl ««* tmM be had at wwwkhp.* **•"* •**•«■" «• Mo* Onto for salo at eur of registry mm! of School Book*, by f. T. D«f oi. morning -ortrae«rt of Halite- ?.£££« «"* «0* * journal* SewsDepo*. wUted to San Antonio, of Geo. Hancock. , -L ..a r. B. ColUos retoraod to "¿eoralag- We are Indebted to te |>t* pipe" from potn^M -j Heancki advertise to-day, do- tkr«¿) l*^er, and fionr. Go and I l. Price baa arrived in Austin, ..L oiad to «ee him again. -k-ÑwT Saturday night is the of Austin Lodge, No, 1*. aeabors thereof, toko due notice themselves accordingly." leftoñceck* West, Attorneys at j in ocr columua to-day. Every tilt badness entrusted to this iiweire able and eiose attention, -r. i of trust sale in column of now jidnrtfiement of Brown * Benedict, it Florence, Williamson county. i pfcawd to meet with our friend [GHMi of (be "Tom Green Rifles," itsrsiidst, and looking weM. it is I that Junes T. McLauria is now on ilttss. May be meet with n cor- i bom his many friends. > in anot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 October 1865

Prom the Traveller in. a proud «ad stately pi0®- . ,(, Th« wtuliii ae®e with-bfclpiy breath, And «old tt¡¡¡¡j¡*F*¿L "iLg-arrf-1?-— " "' 1>eatorm, Itjaupgrorw IgSgH , In máMer aire, t Amtdtbowuámer's toteo, • .¡::,asH53S«Hk; ' Proudly It towed it* emerald b«i, Wrapped tn iu *co™. :^,bf q>e oritóiwí wo™. At lepfth (ke wiouagraw «roe and lood, • : 'j&"3fesisu. : a " 1 .aira 4M(IV Afterytaewanng. smé- :rt T*> ill hi ^&¡Sn A* if. aome dei ;'fl lnfitaWWith, 11 jS* lyre. ' • II 1MB, The aound pawed en: a wreath of light tike awhitMrtbed deve; : • Camel H teemed ««ftmpel tn fee flight A me*e*n^e.*'6f lore. ? fhw^kw^o'^^p ass?- f ' tt^mw^qwué me ringing on tb eload dissolved in air ¡¡; >* |i|fc|ij *i ** i tí •■.'*{'; k <o ? •hwi^ ri .mH «.hi along "ffieTthé pine UmmwIPV RHSfl 1 *itod6tat< «d the ■i M ^"WüllOBfW JB Congress at Rfchmeídj iM months after the oonohtslon oí *WÉh, áa *fc>ihisso 'y notes were, to be lit never will. The r 1 over—ther fighting It «te*¿*he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 October 1865

¿OWN & FOSTER, VOL. I- ' tfflfiat to (t but M guy 0f lug uttf AUSTIN CITY, THÜESDAY, OCTOBER PUBLISHEKS. SOUl'HERS INTELLIGENCER, „ ntUUUV SVUBY fkidav terms: i for 98 number , ..'.....,.......04 OA «06 " a AO «13 •' ISO . sicgle copy 10 cent . BaÍBS V XtoTBBTIBIPiO. i $1 SO for the tint and 75 cent* for etc J Imertion. 8 intertionii 9 6 00 12 " f 50 17 " 9 00 g5 " 11 00 30 " 12 00 40 " 13 ao 53 " i....a...15 00 J1 line or leM, thli «Ize type, make one «quare. ■ kindred word* or lea* constitute a square. Per idisplay adrertiaementa, 00 per cent, additional |¡the bov«ratea. .•••.♦ ' ' • i • The abow ratea aro in legal tender. Spe . I at ita market vajue, or to aare trouble of f, at the ratea publlabed in out: first number. now aa I thought the*, and endeavored to induce them to believe, that ourtrue p0si? 12, 1865. as,"", tion was under the law and under the Con' ¡fiíerTin It^'h7?1 0/' rUh the instit tion of slavery in it, but if that princinle muiu í 'ep^reá disintegration pesai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 October 1865

New Ye '""VifV'i Anj,'r":«u tad by k full fit. | *H ortUr. r£ p*,eu*-tr* '« y P<«f*red t«> JJ ¿Ja# gutolliarnter. AUSTIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1865. Loyalty. We hear '* occasionally auggested that al- tboogb the people of the South, and particu- larly of the State of Texas, have yielded a ready submission «0 the physical force cf the National anna, end now tubmit to the author- ity of the government yet there Is a spirit of disloyalty underlaying the present calm that may manifest itself at any time, should an opportunity ever be presented. In other words, that the embers of rebellion are only smothered down—not extinguished ; that they are ready to be fanned into a living flame when- ever the military fores now In the country is removed. Ia this so ? Let the question be presented as a praotical issue, to every man and woman, who may read this article, and let them answer to themselves, whether in heart and feeling, they are truly and sincere- ly loyal to the United States go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 October 1865

7¡cflT<ií¡Mto w,l — cut M bad at our news-room at ■^Jj^adoo'day, and ot the «arriar. Prfee oí the Amneaty Oath for «alo at oar """Vu- blank certificates of registry and j* P«**app1yi°« for special pardon. t of School Bopka, by F. T. Duf- •áT«rti«ment of boarding house, in puier, by Mrs. W. A- Smith. We «end the house to parties desiring Md quiet home, eonrenient to J^pbic dispatch received in '.came over the wires Monday morn- [¿iipateh was forwarded to Brenham , ¡gqairies: the information waa ob- |iad reply delivered. The time con- I «II15 minutes. this date 640 oaths have been ad- by Matthew Hopkins, Esq., Clerk [federal Court, in this city. Something f of these oaths were administered to LÜeBldiñg in TraviB county. | of Pitts & Hen ricks, Auction and Hon Merchants, Pecan street. I aotice of P. W. Sutor in the proper liggledy-Piggledy. • A semi-weekly hack hat been placed on the line from Austin to Lockhart. The trav- ailing public will be glad to hear of it Martin Casner, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 12 October 1865

JJortrn. • •<v For the iMelBgencer. Sunbeams- tx v. W. «. BAKMM. Once to tiie daiillns ran 1 raised iny trembling eye i And Iq—the earth with roaeate hoe Wu tinted far and nigh. The mat of love once row After my cheerfes night; ■ Opon the ea-beat shore A lit tle shell I found: And ever in its inmoat cell Wai heard the ocean' councL Upon my ravished heart The tonea of love once foil; And in iU depth they echo yet Like aea soegs in a aheli. com- ot 8 -• For the Intelligencer. The Panorama of tbe Skies. Tears ago, in the Capitol of the old monwealth of Virginia, I made one denw aaaembly who gazrd, entranced, at the panorama of Italy, known at " Waugh • Italia/' Tbe artists cunning band bad stump- ed upon the canvas , with a piaater'a eklll, tbe ■ocoes through which the beholder wandered. Tbe temperature of tbe ball wat mild and genial, and greatly aided to beguile the rentes. The canvass moved. The Tiber rolled bis turbid tide along, and in imagination, I trod the streets of tbe "Et...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 October 1865

;0L 1' «M«t is it tut a auy of feusg )WN & FOSTER AUSTIN CITY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1865. 'g|W"f"*° "****' ****** *VJtl"Na terms: P62' nuiuben INTELLIGENCER, \ nnt recognise as lawful and humane the vio- lent. and shocking mode in which it has been abolished, yet I accept the fact more heartilv as an accomplished one, and am determined not only to abide by it and acquiosco in it but to strive by all the meano in my power to make it beneficent to both races, and a blessing especially to our country. I feignedly rejoice at thp fact, and tu ciled to many of the worst c lamit-ia NO.16- ...94 OO .... il SO .. is 1 so . g¡s|M copy 1Ü cent . ¿rti OF ADVEBTIMKO. „ _ \x JO for the flr t and 75 oeuts for oac . .. e 00 7 60 litedmW 1100 « isoo 13 60 15 00 , this size type, inako one square. Jworda or 1m* constitute a square. For «iTertitements, 50 per cent, additional Jibwrswtes. , Tú. sbovi rates ore in legal tender. 8pecie lit Its market value, or to save trouble of «ttbe rjtes publishe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 October 1865

Eufup«*« pat . , IN fviUt io.hr rami [raCF- MW discovered f remits Idestfcalr I I II tl , I He* #1™ Jtrtdligrtttr. IVSTII. TIDMliT, eCfllil It, IN*. 1/ r •( h, I t • ■ ¡«IP i Tie Prafiaititl teTtnaeit BiflM tk« Governor entered upon the dis- ek>n« of hU datiee in this city, be bus to- ■aed tour proclamations on «objectn of great Interest to tbn people of the 8tnto, beside* bto mom length/ end elaborate oddreae, pub- lished In onr la ae of the 15th September. Tbeee aereral proclamatlona are oa aoüjects lo which the entire community b TO an Im- mediate Internet; and they bare been before the oountry sufficiently long for every one to bo Informed of their pnrport, and, to foct, to bo directly atfeotod by them. And while tbsy may not meet nulrarsnl approval, we think no reflecting well diaposed mind will or can anggeet that either one of the.procla- matlona waa ill-timed or inappropriate to the condition of the State and people. tot ourselves we oaadidly confeaa, that we believe tbe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 October 1865

0,4 «* PflTMMl. - «i be had a* ***** ok Uta , rf C+L to* who tail a TZLfoim**'* i*™ ^wewrediatoeetty toMt Ml* * advertised to- ,*fc*Itehe wtd comprises one of «M Itegues *■ Bastrop county, ^^iliw " * machinery. ^ wastry ««ekiag homes, will U5B? to Maj- Kirk's establish jMMtt oí a bottle of wine. Ltotf *• **** aaei-with understands J^tejwyaie the jaleo of the «rape ,* &« the Major, as the sample , mm to ear satfafhetk . Let all ef pi3 native «riso call at Major «T J. f. Howard Book-keeper .appaars to this paper to-day. mi CIM Clark to the Comp- res «adir Maj. Johns and Col. lad as such gave entire satisfac- [ business mea to want book-keeper and ac- hu9K Sad it to (heir advantage to IfcMBiWfc [mi Kk Sam Wilson arrived in the J^rth CareKus Taoaday night. , M^ha sarrivor of the Tom Green [bhttanfo are rejoked at his rotara. ¡advertisement of an immense Iheek?, saltad to the up-country Ceaatoy dealers and school teachers ¡with Ida. [i & Latimer, ef Bed River county, Comptroller ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 October 1865

art ■ * MI If blS] lift? .tavt mhi.U- mutM cnr OF AUSTIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1865. .'í Mtf íí^> o;« terms: lniyüimg. Burkaü or Ref-"! Fkkkomeü and Aban- v ,0,9 Lands. j jars®*Tu. Gal., Oct 12,1865. cbctuiKo. 5. lesarta have been received at ¿^Headquarters of Freedmen be- jg ieptivea of the liberty guaran- Oi W the Proclamation of Eman- áned by the President of fc United States, to persons for- g^Ud in slavery, and severe IBHmI violence bang inflicted upon ftodao, and, in some instances, méer, it * my duty, in accordance v£ tk laws of Congress, and the s ef Major General Howard, er Bureau of Refugees, i and Abandoned Lands, to McMa Arir freedom, protect tl}em 16t ajoynent of their liberty, and lag tb nolstors of the law to j us- ía ■ therefore ordered: I list the Assistant Superin- tafca* gire wide-spread circulation fcái Emancipation Proclamation of fcfariáe&t of the United States y ifatitk read and distributed at all jfcmvier freedmen are employed, ai dot copies be furnis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 October 1865

jSrff •cr ofMBtWí.il A B • - y yuact Proffp. V* sweimoB Bnfldlnr At («!!(•, fo- a |t hilteo of fi • n<4 U ..! _ «.i* . r ^UMU %a<Í fcarínrr . «ÍJ £ of Se let other governments fire also. if, ICTWH ad best «jp ¡Wf offer®i tk embrac m uaanlly i i. Persa I Sad it to] oar stock f '• *e de|« & W e Mil ts w Calf S ale aL ilia Calf íüler. Kto KM Aveni OI , BU . T here M ÍERS Earl Russell drew a paral- lel between the American Revolution ..and the rebellion of the Southern .States he vea tared a fallacy which neither impeted on his own under- lie nriiaft, or sffmrded the material aid - sod comfort to the rebellion he evi- dently intended, though he may have ¿ratified " ears not specially blessed With brains' between them." Tb*t the statesmen of. Great Britain nave ' iitek looked with jealousy upon the prMperi* ¿ the United * States is true j and to the extent of cheeking this growth, they may have sympathised with the Confederate movement and wished it success.— . principle of sec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 October 1865

Swü Ptrsi"u'1 tíía _ ToteUi goatherE Intelligencer is j y moraiag «10 o dock. if*! , . ¿hat hour at onr New ^^r"rtÓíffHwn Depot, u * m-mámatt+A journals d pofU, Ulwtrated of late dates from New York, L¿ other points- We reeeire mfH The public, end the «i. I ^ ^rweeTtheTtreets hare pre- * 7°ronl their 8DPPhes of ^VTgoods; there is a good deal *1-111 nrr are arriving and depart- (0^ .«^.a come and g^; people are ! «' ^J^dderaWj; and the loafers are pursuits of talking *** poking and drinking. Altogeth- | *^^*¡¡0 to look like Austin was old hat was new. ^ jdrértüeñéo4 of James Burke, I ** **• the colq™11 of *•* ndvertise- ¡^¿hasatery large and varied- as- f jchool books and school station- ^ • fanned that Gen. Custer's com- rrive here in a few days. ^ of three regiment —the *ew8«n,l,t IoW*' "d 7th WitB,L . ^0 card of J* H* Keller. Ho u ** on* of the neatest asid best sup- ^^Bjbseots in the city. All in want say nothing of the sub- rf jifc, will probably find it to their ^tefiTe him a c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 October 1865

•or Profit lla« mm ■ WV8RITBIBH nrem 2,936,166 square 287,504 square th the area off the first in the The 8tate of Tcaaa to the Sheriff of Travis 8TATE OF Coanty ^ TUHk county—Greeting: Where* , Martin K. Ryan, of said county and State, hat filed hit petition in the Dis- the bloody engagement, the daring more—-I can permit blood States, triet Cottrt of Trivia county, against Geo. D. Glaaa- otber thing*, that aaid Glaaa- i gaiety erin- preferred th* balls of rer- ehMBbera of grief, while their i Md kindred were dyiag by tbouiands f battle field, appeared a short time be- i overthrow of the Confederacy. As we hare written it from memory, it may be i aome of its parti; bat,« the whole, if a transcript of the óriginal. 4 LEOMttHE. ¿atta ' ' - L Let hypocrite or Pnritaa: Defame fair pleasure if they can. HhMIToor friends are dying now, 1' Aad e?ary drop of kindred blood Hath eeaeed its Bring conree to flow, - ¿- And joined tbe dark and clotted fllood t it 8tm fimt op, the «parkling cnp— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 2 November 1865

. / ' " L . v-':""•; " " - :■ - . .. • "• ' -> SiSE w?'^V> \ - ■ ."I ^>Üii0'U': "*51 • «¿-U *|j|< • ^ jjgp, — ' — J1 * ■ PÜBU8IEKS. — foster m it bit a m$ jtí tas* 0? k ■>. £ ó ■ Zsfa ,t 0(i ' ' í - == OF fOL rzsrr; tebms: m m l*<:3 , - ••- *• BTIWU*®. «.*, the firtf «>d 75 cent* for epch ItftfE. Ur« •: 2 •: S ' ' *1— thii we type, n ke one «pure. ■ !«• cowtttute a (qnare. I ***^ZzTnUt ve i ^ tender. Specie *•> "• w to *Te tromWe 0f -*** pabhthad in wr flrrt nnmbcr. 9 6 00 "" 7 50 9 00 "* 11 00 "* 12 00 •" 13 30 "* 15 00 Tar the Intelligencer. Howeaty ud Hob Law. tmer in history than and mobs «■A* # 0 lawlessness I^ed in Texas and other States tar—more violently and ons, pre- It*asiiot for mark silent. were the Goo- over even 25gjT«8 it drew to a close gone parts of the State 2k others, bat bad enough in the *V joining on the north hard by He mast be stupid and ¡Jin judgment who denies these ¡¿¡utters of fact. Nothing can ¡"¿id by denying them; but ad- 1 to®,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 2 November 1865

M " -r'iá r"í9:#.í k sell is ill is I i Ava RAÍ all Be ck, *ftii knstin, !J ? un« da o'cloefc connect S^L-hI 1 «Mh AS* I 1# It. I ' Ihereati- Iwill Ir I to I fr.l strii ritbl / ' V' in value-to WFIIBBÍ mi° harae ' natiób r 3ebt of England is about few thousand millions of dol- l^rf| rf United States less than three thousand millions. The populations of ,th« two countries are not far worn the same. The interest OQ. the Eng1"1" ~ —g-1— t p***T aMy-greater. and a part «f«*thé principal is, also, Mmg annually discharged. The credit of- that country is good, and ; a dremiuin. The debt &at an over us, we haaard as in Eagl nd, lt will |>rore idating influence instead of a our future prosperity. We need only point to England to prove this. For while our debt is less than three- fourths as great, our present and prospective resources arc incompar- Prealéeat Jshaiea *** 'v. Momroe Doctrine, By reference lo another -column the reader wffi'¿díÉ of JSugland is consolidated into bonds ! vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 2 November 1865

■Hi I2M \<Ju :S': ^ "• mm' i.'wfcww through, Personal. Weekly Southern Intelligencer *•1 1 erery Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. c*n be had at tfcat hour at our NeWs ,nd of the newa boys. Price 10c. , keep on baad, at our New Depot, an of novela, illustrated journals erspapers of late dates from New York, * Orleans and other points. We receive "lies bj every mail. The public, and the J2, particularly, are invited to call. iTe tf* speoal attention to the cards of -¡g Flees * Co., Cotton and Wool Factors, Howtt *°d Ple#*' H*ynie 4 Co > Shipping a Commissien Merchants, at Galveston, advise oar country friends who have pot. tea sad wool to disposa of; or ofter busiaeas • their line, to confide their favors to these wntlem*" R wil* 1)6 ,eeD that Maj. H. H. grtpieJkTorably known all over the State, ^member of these houses. His name is a «aícient guarantee that all business entrust- jj ,rfll receive prompt and faithful attention. ¿ 0aa named Lehman, a native of Prus- •. clerk in Quar...

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

■fcfaA Wilf3 k «Ow bow ■i-l'A "i•*- *►ÍS^iaSME .zrzl • *e aro d ail bouse in « W«s sell |« ¡ oe eale a rae ielphia Oalf Leather. E togresa Ay« O RAJ AGE ©ast, via on and O |«r, Md IflUou ikeI I will bee , «t the, i) ber Í# Had it iERi pa RMANI ion of in lg , to San. hund w&ich the and itieiXJ saj btbj MECHANICS. merchants • .—Peter A. Mc at the stand first • • 1 L'vilh>> w-c-MIM I walked with a maiden one baaatífW *^ When the moon and atari abfMJNa&MP iiii i fl¡!i to the maiden, M now listen to me, While I teach n short leeeonin Latin to thee. ant. - if mM t infinitive, noit^dc^y^ eaa, Ammi, indicative perfect wj dear, , / Aar* ¿hW thee perfectly weli tor a Tear. t,'eo toaf and eo well; ' I pray thee to pusMj list to aty Mil And when thoa hut heard it to gtaaftit to wilt be aad calmly npM* sensible and timely front Uta Colum- ba ! .) San of the 80A ultimo: • labor, whereby man wot* muscle, in mown with brain, to th« «kÁ that an honest hTonhooa he obtained, is honorable...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 November 1865

'k-* ÉSs -• fe m V- ■- - - • -J* j ¿. : M\ i foster =* ■•'! '■? ■ 4(< — ' ■ ' ■• ■ ' AUSTIN, , Sftxr TBWDA3T TERM S! «B 10 cant*. _ -*5 ; f Jfc grossropa, Of mtyi* $15, notes, in SmiÑTÉLLI6ENC81í 5fv tbwmda*Mornmie. II s# for the fif*t ®nd 73 cento lor eMb - «6 00 7 50 8 IT 0 40 « .. 9 00 :::::::::::::r:;: w <S ::::::::SS! I Oat AW"? type, -—t I of teto eoMtltnte a square. p to legal tender, .¡.ft 1 tTm.rkel Trine, or to mve. tronb [ *¿35 pobtohedtocrnrflm*- 1CÍTIS, Tkxas, 30 Oct., 1865. .it«B«cy, a. J. Hamilton. ff« bate the honor to submit the fol- S unr. gf the result of oar labora, «pointment to investigate the "HJTgSíSute Treasury; the amount ukU on hand and the dis- '2¡¿o¡f public fends belonging to the [¡J^fcr M the suae can be ascertained, [«*". nariod since the passage of i of secession. SWANTE PALM. butibt board. aboard was created by " an Act to pro- ammunition, and for the man* * rf mas and ordnance for the mili- *%,rr oí the State," approved lift 5, 1812. This act...

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