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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 November 1865

J!5Ü21 U- P^vrscwsT. A. B., "ijunct Profn - j uri üm, •v«4,> «{¡u^ggB : ^3®^ I /' ■ W' >? / I '. 40-a T a gc HI t we sell is i raw* . ^ Míe ago elphi €nl| I Leather. i HUBS 11 o'clocti t to counec \ heretofor ¡and Jol * loa the l« MÉigte&t. | will herí .will bes •t the Hn|i| t-Jt Swibíi aod dop JOHN 11860.- i to i I to mcril striL r -:t<® El EANlS OJff *IH pjt *'*''v- 1J *> m owy do Mccrwiaru by taking an of tbe cancelled warrants and oon 0,820 38 it with the account of the warrants the acts This would beca opinion 9*601 dollars and tt these 1 "considerable amount will be recebred fr°J n, sute, either from the eottoa or the %Jr Qo^ Hamilton has made efforts to if.-.-aré 'some portion of this cotton and of these goods, but thus (ax without saacess. Another cotton operation-of Got. Hurrah vas the appointment pf William L. Sloan, in Feb. 1865, as the agéaf'af the State, to su- perintend the purchase wad exportation, by «Allan* IQQ . J introducing for the supply and de- ...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 November 1865

Personal Thursday morning at: *T" ctB b« bad at that hoar at oar News ¡2? end of the news boys. Price 10c. X iSR® ™" w k«ep on hand, at oar News Depot, an |nir-t of novels, illustrated journals •¡T^jpipertof lato datas from Hew York, OrleadS and other points. We receive ***- by every mail The public, and the ^Jgpsrticslarly, are invited to call. District Court of Williamson county • |eapon at Georgetown this week. Sev- *.?-«nbers of the Austin bar are in at- jjjS.ll. Swenson has opened a general __j—¡rt house at No. 26, Exchange Place, ZgYai His business in New Orleans It \]j juried on in that city. See card in this — jidge Moore and Otn. Shelley are associ- , toptber in the practice of the law. See jjyd. It is unnecessary to say any- ^ to the people of Texas concerning this ^ fl*y are well known throughout the 'r-M p,, attention of sheep raisers is called to a, «tide of George Wilkins Kendall, oa 0 foarth psge- He assures them that the ^ esa be effectually and permanently ^ His pi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 November 1865

V* we r wtaii ho DO R 10. A. ve tbis ¡7ABM. ; hand ritbl Ich and i Sute, CH «b! f* a l Vrmud ! vliH< to-diy Speak boldly, jjuuwir M h. ssffhe strife is ruing R, BHrS; JS&sxeg ** A Marathon of holy light Mntrr boldly, Hero! white tha foe Treads onward with hit icon bed; Strike steadily with giant blow, And flash aloft the polished steel; Be true, 0 Hero! to thy trust I . Km and thy God both look to thee! Be trae, or sink away to dust- Be trae, or henee to darkness flee. . boldly, Pwpbe:! Let the fire Heaven come down on altars curst, Baal priests and Seers ■ , , i in nrw A word or two more and I have 9nt¿e fÍB2£S??3S*£ done. For a year or two, at least, I 1 {vn£'TÍ"$ i" not 'Wok thU nv of & j¿ «!n!lhroorht rtuwrs seed so oat of tne State to pro- 0M ot ">7 _aj^<ruv care fine ana pare merino bricks for lid forked it gen- IwoJTto *i« to*m f Aftót kicking d «o-"-4™"- "><> sheep fifially poked its irithn^rssiek h«3 townds the pisiform, it saoa to pay their bloody...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 November 1865

■ t ¿ FOSTER - "cií . V- - ^w| ÜII ..... ■■^firf^^'miiHíirrJ I I ^ ^ •% •; ' x: .. W:?,vL. IgSf' ... &;£ ■■ ' ■ ■■ - S -, - BkÍ5BsP^ ÉÉlÉii & S ? Üi MS . ™efp£8s£..*r*, ■•t.i,.,.™ i ' ífilfeflB Íí-Sr.' " ' ' ■ ' ■ '■.. . ' '• * -V s-í .. • - Vr • : , ■ '. . - ■ í, Sy '-6 Xl' i I | mr J fr áW4'- •ill •■ ni 4 It M a mag oí buss K&?' 'SOUTHERN ISTEUIGENCER, i p íülifbeo etf r thp&9pay xobh 6. terms: 94 M 9 30 1 SO for52 number*, -86 «13 's^eopTWc 1 - j^ggn ow advbbtmwo. H 50 for the fir* and 75 cent* for emeh iZrf*- Í : 30 40 " 8 " «_8«í or !í* th'1 "re *^™f*\C°™r!!qa'':e- f'TJ-nntaor left eoniUtutea«piare. f rate arc In legal tender • 6 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 13 00 13 50 15 00 ■I *"* ? Ecarte TaJue, or to ve troubETof uthcnte* published in ourfirit number. tot* People of Texas. Ibo* not that there is anything jL relations, which justifies me in g you publicly. My posi- fexas for the last eighteen i been that of a private eiti- • seeking political favor or ; at your hands. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 November 1865

h^SKSfiSST!^ :• °° ""P- p Vi Iway íeir York, J: l ■' ■■ — — h bt - ii * til «v R1 á: i • i F sM. M TS Int-T A bndr. ltb tt I . Id \t id. o* ¡•i I :b v- lP a * M ! i mm, From ll d js of Jdfcnoa and Alexander Hamilton the rerjr nmr parties bcre existed that exist now, the one claiming for the 8tate eom«iete sovereignty to the extent of all the -the other other claiming a paramount s the Con theft## erefgatj orer all qaeatlons whatever, and making the State completely subject to the control of a majority of Congress. The re- tnltof the late war has, for the time, given a triumph to the latter party, and it now re- mains to be KM whether the doctrine of State rights and State sovereignty, In any in- telligible sense of those terms, will ever again recover its former asoendency in tbis country.—Galveston Newt. In speaking of President John- son' interview with Mr. Stearns, the News say3: The points are—the Southern States were never out of the Union—individuals may commit treason and be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 November 1865

mmSSL— v'::- '; ' . •. - i ^ ~" -- - :. ': 1^4, ; -!: -. - •* "toial ««& IJflWd- \i Sou hen Intelligencer V V**lnr&* corning at 10 o'clock. fr* K. had •* ;'^ hour •* oar Newi 1 ^bos boys. Price 10c. ."^¡7 *t onr New Depot, an í^rf novel*) illustrated jonrnalg í<Üla« oí 1*** dates from New Tork, other points. We receive are invited to call. - 'óótícei from Burnet connty; * "*?->. notice of estate of Judge R. >* I frtWiu advertises to-day. Bar- I l, bad «t this houie. He wants *_go and see. Mr. Freeman ^import labor-saving machines IP Lí-j 0f the country, free of com- ||,4 P* ^ . .ft entertainment was given at 1jfl!ToB I*84 Saturday evening, with ^ The ball was crowded to "¡¿acity, and all seemed to enjoy After the performance, a dance bieb was prolonged some time, 1 ^tiifaction of the participants. T 8alke) ^ Houston, is selling school low. Befer to his advertisement. ^ oo Pernales for !ale- See the . ^pctfv&j ieform our subscribers ¿r nir" are erased from our bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 November 1865

- ,-.7iTT"-A f* XV V It I>.>,...„ ■ . lln.. ni" V . T- n>? oa Coajrrcáa . b._« V3 iway Sew York, wwl inr>——■— nmú 1 II H -r 7-> 4 " Si - m E8y A." | Jo- a Oí# *v ■ fortfce Intelligencer- is KiMlai a Crime f «.•*. M««* 'l'"® I* it any crine to steal a kiss? I cannot think it much «mía* If job carefully conceal it On* thing is trne, there's mitigation* When rosy lips are provocation A taint would stoop to steal it i Toa might as well saj't were etime to take The breath 70a breathe, or the bread 70a [break* As to steal a tempting kiss. And though harsh words can never be Considered in law an assault per te, Yet an overt action is. Then if yoa see a cheek cm fire, And a mouth all beaming with soft desire, Yon have a legal screen; For you then may make the just defence That is good in law, and good in sense, Of ton tumult demente. In short, if beauty pouts the lip, And tempts frail man to steal a sip; I'd not bare him to spurn it— No; my advice-is, snatch the bliss, And if...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 November 1865

■ ; <í 1";: V""". 1 ¡te" ; • ign v- - ÜPS< 1 .' '-iy, V: - m ■':* ■ 7^-':-'••• i?. FOSTER, is n rat a maj af totsg lift? ¡¿of ft PUBLISHERS. ■ «WET: ?S CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1865. VOL rSmm intelligencer, I O" -, jyxlT THURSDAY IO«mO. terms: ,farK number., -26 "13 94 oo : in 10 eenta. ^jgíF 1DTKBTMI1W3. K - „ 5ofor the fir t and 75 centa for each ¡nation. g taaertioua, .UK** 1 n u " v t 6 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 gf leM, thU «xe type, make one aquare. , «rd* or lew conatttute a square. " «Tibow ^ea are in legal tender. Specie Z market value, or to aare trouble of >( tb4 rate* publiahed in ou r firat number- For the Intelligencer, ace of Camp Life. I *r¿ fall of 1863 I was encamp- I j^th the battery, of which I was ¿Ultime a member, on the banks " ¡^prettylittle stream, near the , ¿ ¿__} in the western portion j Tfo gtate; as was usual with us, * of © made the acquaintance of ¡¿ lilies residing in the vicinity j & encampment, by whom we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 November 1865

A- ^ a- b^ng nr.. i. . ■-* * " ■[, - , ■ m iinainy, o„ Congrí '. V" m, «roadway lew York, At earn.*, for a jvrriUge ofB- -— ib> Vtf .—, -—• •fp*! *0*1 bario!? pw ÍTí (1 f-n-dÉMS * 1 «p> ♦ V ' 4 i i I • I mm fp SI - ,- ■* DAY. tmmi«. u i- A correspondent of the San An« tonio Herald, writes an article in that paper, giving a description of the Mesilla valley; alindes to its pro- ductions, and the advantages to be derived from a re-opening of trade through Texas with thatWley and other parts of Mexico bordering up- on the upper Bio Grande. Previous to the war a large portion of the trade of Southern New Mex- ico, of Chihuahua and other States of Northern Mexico, was controlled by the merchants of San Antonio. They exported large quantities of goods of every description into that country, and received in exchange, Mexican dollars, doubloons, bullion, copper and other ores, and an assort- ment of Mexican fabric and - pro- dace, ithich found a ready sale in Texas and elsewhere. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 November 1865

ic0\ flirt personal. , ... Southern Inteiligencer is ^ Thursday morning at 10 o'elouk. «l bi h d at tfcat hour Bt 0Dr N® ?*ni ** . . «ad 0f t'ie new bovs. Price 10c. v^ribert respectfully notified '^^.X^ontheirpape^ *W .ub^nptior. ha, expired, ^ tkey ¿«i th* paper :<Wpn , ^^subscription. Payment tbay in -toe* \reqairid- ^ 0¡ W. A. PHtB T*<7 w ¿je. A Oo., in this ompt, reliable and ri oí Bc w^rs £ Walker, attorney® i*1 rm ««i informed by a gentleman tiown Crom the upptr country, that r**moppen? have app.i.red i a ,oJ of tbe South Gabriel ia Isrge r,umbers, dy'vas- Keat and depositing He savs the price cf o $i,25 p&r busbol ia lppr \ county tossor mtriag l M l * ¡¿ tbe se: «vi a ¿c cocii iSJiCu. We hope the genera!. They have ;bij immediate section, #1** . ju p"'r Dr.W.4** |JD0t J ™ ¿ red in í the' may not. seoeut oí' '.apt. Lacey, inviting ate for coro, hay, etc. Morris o;V-¡s to seil property of «raster ir particulars, refer ported a cara; v*re last, ne-i- ..M. Mi ui« fe i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 November 1865

( , -— — ®'un' Joítra EI. Pi.vTH(x>sT A •or of Mntiwrntiiit. Wv tr . _ i , - en on Bufidln^, oa Goainü profff | " 55r h—' (roadway Bfovr York, ins - by i I 1 r M *&aU) {feetrn. of (toured. Money. : nothing in God'g earth below, kt in the water below it— j the pledge of a nation that's dead and fine, Keep it, dear captain, and show it; Show it to those who will lend an ear To the tale that this paper can tell Of liberty born, of the patriot's dream, Of • storm-cradled nation that felt Too poor to possess the precious ores, And too much a stranger to borrow, We issne to-day onr promise to pay, And hoped to redeem them on the morrow. Ilit days rolled by and the weeks became yean, Bat our coffins were empty still J Coin was so rare the treasury did quake, If a dollar should drop in tbe tilL But the faith that was in us was strong indeed, r poverty well we discerned, And these little checks represented the pay That our suffering veterans earned. We know It had hardly any value in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 November 1865

jjtuvv £ FOSTER VOL A- "Hjprt is it W a irag i tasj lift?' PUBLISHERS. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 30, 1865. NO. 22. ^¡¡ijTHERN intelligencer, To" ^"u|HiD (Tin THÜB8DA* #MWO. terms: „ | H ~ «w " gkfle copy I" ^ - - - , ¿Í* ®F ADTEBTWWO >i jo for the firct and 75 cenU for each inicrtí011* g 9 6 00 12 " " m 17 " . " M , , .< 40 ' „ S3 " g^ggf jen, thi ze type, make one square. kindred worift or lew contótute a square. °*L neabow riiei are in legal tender. Specie vT ^ ^ mtrket value, or to aare trouble of t the rate* published in on r firat number- MECHANICS. 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 f "a SHARP retpectfully annonncea to the citf JL of Anidn and rorrounding country, that ' rff.med hia buaineaa of Houae, Sign and Coach pleased Auttin, Sept. 30, 1865. —pplXTMAN, Tinner, announces to the public, ■ Ait be has just received a large amount of mi- _ij. tad i« prepared to do any kind of work in hia ■* yerv reasonable terms. Hia ahop is on the •**_ «the old Kirchburg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 November 1865

I JOHEFU •or«f , oa Congrí . B mm. 1 M S9 AC3TII, T1CIIDAT, IMMBEI 18,1 ''ThtVal# «rmeMrtMl i - : Galveston News in its issue of the 17th instant, devotes an edi- torial of near two columns in length, in die endeavor to convict ns of more illiberally than thaNew York Times and Henry Ward Beecher. In do- ing which the editor of the News gives expression to sentiments of dis- loyalty and enmity to the govern- ment, too pernicious and dangerous in their tendency,- to be passed silent- ly over. We have been at a loss to understand the policy of that paper for some time past. There has been studied and constant effort mani- fested by its editorials for the last few weeks to revive the question of secesssion, and consequently all its cognate issues. What good he ex pects to accomplish by this agitation we are unable to see, unless some ef- fect is sought to be had upon the coining Convention, to induce that body to incorporate the doctrine of secession and slavery in the Consti tution whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 November 1865

' ,, t,,J. W- '« .if il*v'S _ .finn firfl announce '-V= c ,a^ntkm from Üie dU- o{ Tr.rU and Wil- wht'n Intelligencer is -Horning at 1° o'clock. «í'.Vjt that üoar at our News boys- Price 10c. / *fuily notified , y 0ark on their papers, '^tecription has expired, and ,rfá£Tbe paper continued, they ^«bKription. Payment in —— -7T¡&rf government horses < Text Saturday, and to continue Z "atil a11 are disP08ed of- !9 \' d 0f horses to attend, as '"Wbt« « i°od b"g*ins- iactioneer* A. Rogers, ltS Ticsa.-BeT- . . ' will hold divine service m ,rt«rch on Sunday morning next, jatk. Al o on Thursday, (Thanks- «eek,) at the same hour. LtÍTÍm cipTcíeveland for a ,of the New York News. ¿T^doMh^Medicftl Faculty CfaaPPe" HÍ1L Judge Gray will read to the , county, the address of Gov. jjáhtdin our paper last week- * «árertísed to be held at 12 , «ge opon the planters and I'tottBtry to send in the colored 1 ^ igy for the purpose indicated. I all hear it. ff) Esq., of this city, has re- cial pardon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 November 1865

JoKLFH II. P^.VTECtfsT \ B ft'w tr r> . _ wf York, ■UTcatkm hr , >* T> en 1 #4 Poctrj. Far the Intelligencer. and Dimes. BY d. W. c. BACKS. In a shabby boose oo & shabby street, At a rickety desk on a rickety seat, Sat a bilious man with a pen: A bilious man with a sallow face, And a sheet of paper on which to trace A very great deal in a very small space, For the good of his fellow men. His coat was old, and his pants and rest; His shoes pretty closely resembled the rest, And he sighed as ba_nibhed his quiü— 11 can't seem to makfr tnacli spued to-night, I think my liver is not qnite right, 111 swallow a bine mass pill.' ' This world is a very queer world to me, A very queer world—I cannot see How I am to get along. The reading community don't think fit T' appreciate properly sterling wit,— I wish I could make a lucky,hit, Either in prose or song.' ' I 're written whole pages of good bard prose, And passionate poems to Hope and the Rose; But it don't pay my bill for boa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 December 1865

ÉsS¡®®?^3El _ „ JMH ■^^0- II MM 7 ' íí'Xrs® M .'. V '■ ¿ foster ••; (( — — — . is it tat a may oí tasn lift?" «*5f¡¡jH INTELLIGENCER, f üu*M ,vMT TOT"DAI *0*«"a- ' -:\ -Av. i| CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1865. , BT terms: i,® « ** > ::y-;::::::*% §g ^ :g •• * «• ,# **?]•!££ ' ADVKBTIMTO. 50for the fir* nd 75 cents for each '•«"nSw "•** : :::::::: : I • 40 a " ■"• gf iem, this siz« type, make one tquara. Wiwrd or less constitute a square. ' rates are in legal tender. Specie ;Íj Sito market ratae, or to «are tronble of ^tfftsrstes published in ou r first number- 7 50 9 00 U 00 12 00 13 SO 15 00 mechanics. r SÍBP respectfully annowiees to the citi- .f iutíi and surrounding country, that ' Í *! his Business of House, Sign and Coach *BOa „ i „>1R " • he will "|.l#—ot25 . and Glazing. He mar be carpenter shop, on Hickory ted to receive orders for Austin. Sept. 30,1865. iL prepared I * * nr* reasonable terras. .tJ n1«i>o Hi* rvop is on the /mUSGBU*, Tailor. Thankf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 December 1865

•a of A stock en will fin me our tail ho gratu for eale delpbit Leather. 'ongreas i Ma'htmaticp nod Natural Seí«ir¿. j <}'* ^fttHon Building oa CoaRresa ¿252 U- P2ATE006T, A. B., B<¡jiia-t Prn' «- . Í0T * I*"*&*• Of .E" aor of Mntfuwaaiiot. * Prof?*- j in<i huríes receired froifll ./V" - . 5Sr ^ ™ «roadway Bfew Tarh, V5 * ^ lnt ~~—~ awati B I HIW! AUIV i- Ji JV<o •"' * wT ^ \ u ••:-i SB- -Z:- - *y*JSél" ' ' AYOI AND O R [■age oast, vi{ on and will fin4 Weste tlier, ani space ia nrg and t O'I l>ut 7« made rto, Ansí Ike Wesi at 1 o'ci to COii R. A. WU th, 186(1 i will! Hlld B 4r Of Ü1 HE! ire tli coat i for OEÍ arm. inion st of rings, to SI six hi ich, wt f whicf on, and AUSTIN, TBCBSB1T, BBC1IBII 7, What will tbe ComwmmUmm It will be remembered that when the Congress of the United States gave Texis ten millions of dollars for our -boundary claim, and declared thnt haif that sum should be reserved for the payment of the Texas debt, there nefer was so much discussion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 December 1865

i — , repreaent Travl county ' .,^lo nouBceK.M.P*A8« • '^'T^— frt*nTr**íi county. ieOoBTem 1.«, H. ^bed —— r^*u- r ^ZTtoe Convention, from the 5Í---——w , Ituue j. W. Allí , announce _ ' tnr the Convention from the dia- in-'- ° Tr Ti* •"* Wa* ^Southern Intelligencer is ÍLuisy morning at 10 o'clock. ^ h d st that hoar *' °Ur IíewB ¡¡¡ib **^wy^_Príce 10c* we respectfully notified $ád X f** on their PftPers' i*1 and ' bicription has expired, ' delire U>« PaPer continued, they ' , jnbecription. Payment in ' jgfúitá- ¿¿¿t, ^ hf"ea *W'BÍ- ífhttf®* R*-«nne For tb* dis* If i If we counties of Travis and X¡0(&1 L¡:" «¿■ai S*b kas :'--n aPP°iuted Agent of the Treasury De- arth tgaxf- ^^beftundat^^ceon Lna.! b«Mwg. ■ . (.jj gone to Brenbam as LjoetieWasbi'^n county rail- ^.gWtker survivor of the Tora 'utn^ hoffl^ a ftmt days sino*. i to see our friend Sid. again at rity¿gbt is tberegular meetiag .rh f)isr. No- '''• iseciHJf •1 Wanted to Wfwiibefcw m u- be ir-. * very bad j Far'.be r.fi-u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 December 1865

i •nf2rMUjP' p~n*sc« t! A. B." a, ij,mrt Profit | f0T * r*MJtge off— °a h/ * -w*r y v| j •or_®f ju.t rro... I and fcarin? rfcc-iva^ mtt* V* v ^ wajjrewTork, inf „ ' - rae V7 n W 3 r osea. -will fi e our ail ho we sel! < Élíl If rpratic. \ or sale leiphia < Leather I ingress É ÜYÓ1 ND 0 H AGE oast, )n and will finí West her, and jpace is irgand 1 o'c|c at 70 i made1 nfi ame/ 11 o'cli to cox a. 186(1 IUtl< IN here fcW *D<i ? «on j «•a thi i <;'>n¡>e| will! will] at ,) whi * j and '¿ir <I< TMV¡ and A'l JOI 1S6(¡ IT !ÍE3 El lrm Mon , of to Sd |bíx hi ch,wi ' whicb |n, and fthej , an| í0u3 < kousesj [sprini raisi| |Sut H I there I B i l-*y 'i%e ■ ~~i iUJte. Hi LT For the Intelligencer. UMiMRMtedbjrthe r morn of life, —! gentle child, , 'roand thy brow the gladsome light jOf changdett beauty ««ailed. And on tby picture gazing now, My memory glide away Whan thon wert at tby mother's feet, Or 'mid the flower* at play 1 But stormy years since then have fled, And...

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 December 1865

■ 0 & FOSTER bat a mag of basg mi*- CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, _>iff i<. ÍSHÍRN INTELLIGENCER, 0 CVÜ *" THITUfilT *O «!«O. $4 OO SB SO 1 SO ihomdat K0**i*G tbbms: 52 numbers, -® :: a 13 -i copy10 cenU- |! 50 for the first and 75 cents for each r—- v 7 50 9 0(L 11 00 g insertions, *59? « ts m a 12 00 13 50 15 00 lathis sise type. ra*ke one •quarG- -or less constitute a square. „ ^ jrte, are in legal tender. Specie , market raJoe, or to save trouble of "tie ratea pabtished in our first number- mechanics. UM P** P* ip respectfully announces to the citi- Aastin and surrounding country, that i his business of Bouse, Sign and Coach .Hinging and Glazing. He may be .iphiSp'a carpenter shop, on Hickory „ «¡i] be pleaaed to receive orders for Austin. Sept. 30, 18G5. íír'jUH Tinner, announces to the public, inat received a large amount of ma- '*! " MDsrcd to do any Idnd of work in his i rauonable terms. His shop is on the Tailor. Thankful for past fa- ? t old most rispectfully ...

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