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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 December 1865

York, 1. i p^l&T^iSÍSfcjstf- 'M "*£?■'•>" -•:- . . ü IT. HCUBIS H, im. 8C0. 4 MS & i 0 uses. 1 will Itail [AYOt, | AND O R will Weate V ' whie of the lee, an ÜOU3 i lousei gprir raisi I Stat i there utel; ro] an< Hi LV When the reported surrenders of Lm and Johnson were confirm- ed as existing facts, and the "base- less faerie" of Ae Confederacy was annihilated, there were not a few smeeg a wh -eedtó see in the tri- umph, of .the national- asms enlf tbe hydra-headed monster, subjugation, more terrible, if possible, than he had been painted by the most en- thusiastic of all the great stay- at-home sensational haranguers, with which our own State, and, we pre- sume, the entire South, had been cursed. Hie predictions proclaimed from the executive chamber only to inflame the already excited public mind, but which had been gulped down with eager relish by a credu- lous people for gospel truth, as to the spirit which was to characterize the approach of the subjugators, was t...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 December 1865

personal. ^ ,«110 «"*"«"* *e Hon- JOH,t I (T^^íStTtorepre.entTr.vi. county UthorUed to announce K. M. Pease .^^;%BventionJromTr.^co«u ty. . V*" thorixed to announce Gen. J. W. I for the Convention from the counties of WntUmMf. and S . „ of Jodie J. W. ALLE.-, announce 7for the Convention from the db- countie. ol Trav and WO- Vire!! r, go a certain rope-dancer as- •íK audiences in Great Britain and ^wonderful agflity,coolness and ' ! onffn tbe most dangerous situa- by his profession. It was ob- taM certaiD En«li3hman DeTer resent at his exhibitions, but '^o from place to place, from , county, from kingdom to kingdom, * ,ktthly patient pertinacity. His 1 "^gtency naturally excited obser- ven remark, and finally inquiry.— ' Blj[ think," it was said to him, „ must be very foad of exhibitions wd lofty tumbling, judging from •ng patience with which you at- exhibitioa. "No," was his reply, Tioee. butnot of late years." " Why •^ rejoined, "do you follow this asly ? " " Because," said he w l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 December 1865

So. W1 Broadway Sé«r York. ¿asaiw'v*:*- iwiLt™33',: 01 tv,s^ «-matte and Natural Rc^nn í / fh üm. =? y MERCHANTS. auotionbers n Linn* Strip*., tuwnt *( , Boot! SROC1 x*h,ci m ^ string, . if 0 a loWgl 1 yoar®c I860. 4 AMS & ( ; | ey are n« Beat un.i b ererM a m Sbo«a us houses. 1 ill finé nine our M we tail ho icle re sell jL ed gratis. 9 ■ 1 for eale ai/i ( ladeipbia flk j i ír Leather. 1 Congress É Si lAYOI$ -AND '0 R rAGE AB | Coast, rill Bton and Gj will fin4,?, Western^ |other, ana j. repace is a] Iburg and " l-at 7 o'doc. Ibout 70 ml Ire mad* fad©, Ans._ b the West/, ¡Pass same ; at 1 o'clj |me to conj R. • A. Wll feth, 1860 j >lull« TN tip heret wwtu and iwwuon «■a ti* j*a! ooawi |m vrlU hj LIT firm «I l by h| El farm lOnion lest of prings, i to S\ Jat six! Ibicb, wi 1 of whk Itton, and Js of the fence, ai htiousj out nt sprit; Jck raisl le Stat 1 to an ad there ediate )DRN( ¡TO] i**1 lc Hj ialt -p. &C<1 . Col., Farl« , C^«* L&q^ r; V- I dll- tSl I "jf!r- I !...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 December 1865

■:=V ¿r" :c-1 r-v^'-fr i-l •>!(. 1 -i < i * I Pi if E tíl-tf*? fía -*<i £*?j L'^MÍ á;:'x- . rovj tsií.i L ¿ FOSTER w it tai a mn$ ef Irasg life? if i M f >* 1 i ■ ■ mm^^mm PDBL1SBEK8. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, f ¡®Rf i JSm INTELLIGENCER, I fj nMt THÜMDAY MOBBING. terms: \**i-r=; «4 OO 9 50 1 SO 'S&«*r 10 cent*. I «V ÁPTBBTIMW . U for the fli* nd 75 cent for each a jmertions,. 18 " 17 " « ; 8 6 00 ::::: ZS ..... 11 00 12 00 13 50 £ .. 15 00 I M. or fc* ^ "ze We- make one ,1uar0- I V** lKtit „ leu constitute 8 squsre. "n^tbori rata are in legal tender. Specie Cj ¿ value, or to «are trouble of ^IT .(th/rate* published in ou r first number- "üecíanics. -TaaM? reneetfally announces to the citi- [ If Jtiuria f1"1 «nrronnding country, that "* J bis business of House, Sign and Coach * *5 Hinging nd Glszing. He may bo {5j5 íW®|£ esrpent* shop, on Hickory -e*TSJ |.!J—ot25 pleased to receive orders for Au«ia. Sept. 30,1865. rSfriiiM, Tinner, snnonnces to the public, ,£L hm 'ost ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 December 1865

UIR AUJP «í Mp htmatlce and Safurgt Scl< nr^ jurii U. P-NTE •or of Mnt1>«n>«t ¡«hi. Sm. T8I Broadway .few York. W-~^ H-mj- i1 p^í^iSiííSSejíf r Clingman, Right or Suffrage — Last flight, at tbe request of KHna of our % step by the entr- are (Ml* some to- trit & 1 >*3 R 3E st, rii samej o'clJ N arel an<i| son th < i£3 -mi id «}< \\L id T 11? K- Ji thS El M, n f ,wi hie the as >usi I tol. ifm The perfecting senti- k^f* P^videñtfáT agencyl _Jífcft menta, during-the war. Alaap failed will ñót join with me in the prayer that the invisible band which has led us through the cloud that gloomed around our path will so guide us on- ward to a peace resolution of affec- tion that we on this day may be able to transmit our great inheritance of State governments in their rights of the General government in its whole constitutional vigor to our posterity, and they to their countless genera- tions. ANDREW JOHNSON. Washington, Dec. 4, 1865. Ssoul^ra guttlligewtr. 1DSTIS, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 December 1865

r 1 an5 Jkrsoiuil. to announce the Hon. J°h« torepri at Travis county """dwwfaed to announce E. ML Pkasb ^**¡00^ . fromTr'Ti*COUnty- •thorised announce r. Saksom, i/^^Tforthe Convention, from Ac the counti ei of Trsris and Wil- nthoriiBd to announce Gen. J. W. # *' for the Conrention from the counties of Willi*m*>n and Í _ tttk0,á9d to announce Ja*W H. ** jÜÜw for the Convention, from the I" counties of Travis and WU- * W«d.of Judge J.W.Alm*, announce 0T for the Conrention from the dw- *"^To< tb< counties ol Traria and Wit- Churches. ^ rf churches, the question natn- 1 „ to the mind, "for what purpose * " And in attempting an an- **Zm< gomewhat bewildered be- #• > " b«en tw«ht and what ^'tbssr*«d- There Preva^e<^ ftt on® '""ides, th«t churches were erected for ^ flod: and it is possible there here and there a few old fash- ,* ,e vho are stUl so far behind the *to e'ntirtain such a notion; but the K . wiser as it groi grows older, and we, m, " know a thing or t" W:£...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 December 1865

e itri ^ 11 ^',aCt | fc«r[ng p^eir^ frogp |Md^ jj** "*81 Broadway 5ew York, ' - i' aad ia-.——'"ffiltir*" bv ".-- : '^jl Jon ,© -* of A ouaes. I, will fi une our tail bo ■1« wp sell 1 gratia, j j for sale f tdelphia i ' Leather* "ongreas é ÍAYoi ' AND >0 R rage 3oast, ra ton and will finí Wester 'tier, an< : space isj >urg and kt t o'elor out Id m] 9 made do, Ansti; the West/, ass same at 1 o'cl j e to couj R. . a. ith, ] oluti< TN p here! Me* ar v- ■■-■i on kli i will hj *8 Willi ra, at *>,) Wfli on & Si I. and heir «]«d íerswil] , and ther, S.l JOI r, 18G0j ^tr ive thi contin f Fori rvice e to I tie ?arti I860. OEj 'ARM' in ion st of rings, n to < t six lich,1 >f whic on. ac ;di tel] ¡0URN1 For the Southern IpMlligeneer. The T«lli>f Bí D.W.C. easaa. ■Mill the telling bell Soaads from far awajr: And Hi echoes coma, Come, but never May. Bi«Sng o'er the bill, Falling in the rala; Sinking in the calm, Swelling on the gale, Till tb' exhausted ear with almoet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 January 1866

«— • i is it but s map if trass lift?' brown * FOSTER i.l.u I i'i m ÍOL 1 CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1866. imr in\ , j. .\'éif ' «Í %•*.# 4 ! J-. / tin>jí' k i*** ! '*t ' - . - . . NO. 27."' INTELLIGENCER, IVU; nnrasnar aoamsa. II ulUW® terms: M A tito - g¿TES «F A VKBTI IW«. _ 81 jo for the first mnd 75 centt for each °*ffitoal iasertion. n-nip. 8 insertions 0**17* 12 " „ « 17 " * „ o 25 " «1 u . 30 ..... EMM 58 «6 CO 7 50 9 00 11 00 It 00 13 SO ...... 15 00 ,^- u- tbi* type, make one aquare. T lj^r.nrd, or leu constitute a square. The above «*«mre 1,1 ,e^ tendeJLJ!rt fiT**fSTm.rk«t value, or to «are trouble of ,'ktfdred word < <hji ibov^ n~— ^ - Its market ralae, or at the rate* published in oar first number. Ctjnrcl) HDirectorg. •ge*. J- Jone*. ^ 11 o'clock. Service every Sun- ■Ren. Finia E. eve- WSZÍimnáI Preshytertaa.—Revs Fini W"?, j * Roach, alternately, tí enrice 8 o'cPk, f>.M. "sinatn'tf*^ 8 o'cl-k, p.m T^'lüi -Kw. b- a. Sogers, in charge. 8er- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 January 1866

MPA.YT. *#. W! Broadway Ve« Tork, "r w w - - nonllc, that hav®i; !e&aéd tU 8^TenNOd Bufiding-, oa Cora* , A,ten e, for a jviTiligo of f~ 11 *mt fcarinj receivM f-nrHjtt I «v*"""1" ¿«ísifíí. &2¿ ***** «SSS^ÜÍÜ^ *• "•• " <*« Prof*. hii retlortii not nnlw ■T w % tte Swtjiera jutriligenttr. list . mnuT.wiRiiT 4, isa. It of Suffrage. Owing lo its importance and direct beaming upon all interests of society, ) Siritigr low^ tail h le we ffrafia.) ror eal« delphu Leather, ongres I } O itri -1 1 irtu wl "w jj times, been called a sacred trust. The true spirit of democracy de- mands a liberal extension of this right to the citizens of the State; and any restriction of this right, not founded on justice and sound policy, is anti-democratic, and detrtmental to the interests of the country. In all republics, the strength of the go ▼eminent lies in the attachment of the people for it; -whatever, then tends to bind the people in patriotic affection to the State, may safely be held to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 January 1866

i Jo uMioaDCfl the H°°-. wwpr«entTrmTÍ,í" I#* , l*Ék«i*«itomnoonneaK-M- '**¿¡Zcok'** ' from ** •< Wum&ottoito anvemaee B. f lt*„,.^ (o, the Co« w>tfcm, 1 ^jlln ceo n tie of Tr i 1 ,! nr¿jf^ |o tnnoanee Gen, ,*** farthaCwrrgatlo" fri ** eOBBtíeirf WilHa i to announce jW*s *'"¿Tfor the Conrention, frota -* «•*^the (orrthm of Tr ri« *i/<r>*«- H* for the Cow«tion from .hi** counties ot Trmrta and.WU- (ggttr schools. . assent of th« cirflked I * jjubliihwi that the Snndajf K, *, |ndiip«ns*bla instituti J (rfiered community. We 1 'T, ^ which does not mi "^djoact of its organization! '* ^ gteu* uncommon th*' n" ' ^rfly religious, and me . ke are thst their cl ^idnauge of this p«ci l ¡attraction. Indeed, child cobj of no l To i «'«j It from which ! is the fássti I at afl ( Ih the i out jthe an- to all con- i, there is no does more > at each r; we hear of ! now pro- i wear and tear apt has been [to enlarge the tfor in- ferably large ¡ pier age to be "i^ho found, on aebut t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 4 January 1866

W é brieffriendahip tsVer; are parted forever, TbVheart^thrilling^^word«^thoy hast spoken, And hope's silver chain that is broken, And can be unitedno azote. Farewell 1 yet't is pleasing to linger, Has swept all their f&ifness away. Farewell! I shall asept with thee—never: Bat though I may far from thee stray, Thy presence shall comfort me tret, While treading my desolate way. rj stock em Shoos ué houses. 1 *, wUl find I ine on m we «tail he m cle we seB,,' Í<1 flT<l/Íl.JiÍl for eale«f delphia €* Leather. Congres 4 lAYOl 0 STAGE Coast, iton and will finj West other, space i burg and 1 o'cloc >out 70 n made ido, Austi the West, "ass same , at 1 o'cIq Be to I • R. t A. 6th, True Love never does Run Smooth.—A Cincinnati paper re- lates the following: A few evenings since, as the Ken- toft county clerk was about leaving his office at Covington, he was ac- costed by a verdant youth, whose legs were rammed through very long a pair of Wll 1860J latioi BTN ÍISCH I üW'iüua "a th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 January 1866

I m&íM k FOSTER fat & ma$ flf Imss Ii£e? m 'Mimisni ■■ PUBLISHERS. ttm-i tjiTf*.. gy ? • M J' CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY It, 1866. NO. 28. ■at dtjn by 10 p ta. Wednesday at 1 p m saltillo, white oak, tarrant, black creek. greenville, millwood, rockwall, and d to dallan, 130 mile and baek, ono* a week: leave M INTELLIGENCER, grxMi totsshat Moajimo. tébms: wo. a • :S - ia# —— ^ •F APV« TWII*0. |l50ft* the first and 75 cent for each &-SL. •6 00 I insertion 7 50 12 ' ... 9 00 rr " 1100 8 „ ;... 12 00 30 13 50 s . S « : : • " «00 [' tw«*i*® typ®' make one *in*r0- ¿lee constituteasquare. \L.hnv« rates are In legd tender. Specie f fl* S^l.rket raluo, or to tronblo of f « rmbttsbed in ourfir* number. ^nrrij directory. p^-Bev. J- •>< *•• Sendee every San. 'lL,1¿±¿;tCri «.-Rer^ Finta E. *27Tá. *>**' «IteroatelT. Service ere- yíL'tl o'clock, and 8 o el*k, P. M. Je*4- Rev. B- A- Roger , In charge. Ser- _ ...i* ir Fritan nd Rer. J. H. Gerand. "** Tallafení Ser ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 January 1866

^¡¡1 an* fJewmwl. * Oc^ of He* OrUrna , are authorized gcfc*ol*< _l ttjM, « we, the people of the •¡¡T hare a tolerably fair apprecl- •ifIkTr.lae ot education. True, our ^JJLchw the loftiest point of coo- "ííkfl actual value of education; bat Yeonnects itself with dollars and rlk toesd tod mMt'witk bo*rd ' m« people, have a dear under- "^education, sa means by which iiU re fitted for the spheres la life , will probably, or may pomibty, be We are apt to flatter ourselves [ ** S that no other nation or peopla <*** . |ftke to their interest on this 0***^ not even remembering the law ¿Ti. wj,ich compels every boy and girl ' .chool, save only in ease of sickness; I *fÍdwe m*"tofer tbat some tolerablT | * ]ietg on this subject have foand their iIa the Prussian mind. zZ* be admitted that we, as a people, [ ** a i«a education, it most also be oar mode of redneing oar idea vZét is, to a great extent, desultory, ""Lonentlr left to the management of [ *7 ja many instances totally absurd,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 11 January 1866

•orof * Wv P t n Profff- ^XrhliV" ^ °f-fi~ " ~ -p.^a H W, ! fto(* received ****** •*- h S> ( if i ta: ■'• miscellakequs. MERCHANTS. MEBCH fgg WB SPiaiLHM , wihw■•«fjywi «* ■ IY J, fl. 8AM. Ib Romeñ imperial any, Who beard ft coward croaker, Before the buttle say—— « Th*fn safe in neb a fortress; There is no way to shake it"— «On! on!" e* I'll find' wey or make it1" 'On HI io way to i exclaimed the hero, Ui la- r path is steep and high; i ha seeks the temple, and sigh! ; throne is waiting, Content to gaze and i The shinii Bat he alone can take it, Who says with Roman firmness— «III find a way or make it!" Is learning your ambition ? There is so royal mad; ▲like the peer and peasant Most climb to herabode. Who feel the thirst for knowledge la Helicon may slake it, If he hot has the Roman will To " find a way or make it!" Ara rtehes worth the getting ? They must be bravely sought; With wishing and with fretting The boon cannot be bought; Ta all the prise is open, Bat ealy he can tak...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 January 1866

CITY OF AUSTIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, intelligencer, «TMTTHUMDAT terms: |gg. 1 cosaxacr,) wk 94 — . 9M . 1M r**"? 10 cents. •V ABVIBTMWfi. ,|1 JO for the fir* and 75 cesta for each $ «00 7 58 9 00 ~ uoo 12 00 " 13 50 15 00 ihis oté typé< máha "one square. i-B^ rate* we ^ ^glCTtSL'xlrlTfaf '¿market raime, or at the rate of 3 for )H DIRECTORY. T. j. jone*. Service every Su- „ .'i FtataE. : i Boaeh, alternately. - fletrie© ew- So'cfk^.U. _jf. B- A. Bogan, to charge. Her- rat 11 o'clock. f, n. pelton and Her. J. M. Geraud. _dsy at 10 o'clock, v. ¿ H. Taliaferro. 8ervice every 1 o'ekek. .J.W.Whipple. Serviceerery Thaddeus McRae. Her- at 11 o'clock. MASONIC. E, No. IS, A. F. * A. II.—8tated i awT 8r t Saturday night. each month. I CHAPTER, Mo- •. K.. A. M-, H. *8. ü nesting every second Saturday night 1 ENCAMPMENT, He. *, K. T.—Stated hit Monday, 3 o'clock, p. m., is the UV, Aegeet and mechanics. , Tinner, annonacee to ,j*t received a hrge in ,1.,^^ i« Tailor. Thankful for peat fa- res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 January 1866

joseph El, P2.ntecu8t. •or of MatheotaiKf. wv p l> n,„ ir«l S-:vnr,;«. ""'JBnfldln?, on Conn^< I ^7^ Wl ««MMiwajr Xevr York T, A. B., «,¡juact Prof^ f°r * ^¡Uge of fir, A. - ZL I ^ -el ^ • ***** -iJt rroffe-1 *0-1 baring reeei-red fzomft |P*V v-j / ' v* •• .. U w" V-.t?~ - •«.. , «HR¿...-., ... —■ -■ - f¿>^' ->V> trif >nt1 M ■m s^íEsp 1 9Bg|g| ^£1——^ojgtiouby | H- '•: ,¡¿<v JS - 3 $$& - ".' - •-• -%' ' *¿ PfPi: >^r ie?. m tS&M cify, d. tbe event that more than ., . T, tiro great parties shall at any trae to the success of all ^ mAtniniatntion of of j are lock! rill ffra :lpb LGE ast, y and ] ill fir Test g an ? o'< t 70 w" •ame | t1 o'cli to I860 Uti< X here 1UIOD thd nil will 1 at ) WM a s tud in.l joi ft and social enterprizes, as lime, sand and water are to the formation of the cement used in the construction of brick and stone edi- fidSE "The statesman Or moral re- former who would accomplish any great work for the benefit of his country* or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 January 1866

f.ijtiSjjPfipBn <ijwMttwa-' "I «7. I r*"_ .^ecu^job work tatito —, that eaniwt be wirpa*ea . h ''«wrm. A t win no* fcil to ftre i ** biit ere inrited to gire u a trial. «re u follow , In specie: gcfc##l —Again. rt words on the subject of com- j, addition to what ve said in a, be «efficient for the present, s. Austin not lees—possibly con- "lie-than 500 children between ^"írtMd eighteen years, that is to * of POP 1 - If 1111 wat 10 ^hrsH ®e M theJ 8boold *• and ^Tfcr the population of Austin, « r'woHld pay the annual sum of fer tuition, or $30 per annum for Bat they are not all paid for; ^ or«, they who pay, pay not "71 0wn children, but also for the 'rftbwe «hod not f T. As thust ,Bn*h**e *ri :'~,uie of 30 much' ,*1000 a year Out of bis school "" 6ft/ «hii¿«, u most ba made: if '' i, would be satisfied with that ^.Ypay. he «aát bur* that son : • > the necessary ^ tuw, *• fvpñv qaaiifi«f? be cannot af- | , ow-tóa *ad the same amount '' i'"v' I ■% • Cacat úa *ná *uiT'!oyed in oi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 18 January 1866

iJoetcg* Forth e intelligencer Linea for aa Album. BY IBOBTI5B. krown 1 rn Lion CROC *bich h & lo' it yon i860. AMS & 5$ >i*2 stock en i Show * ! houses. Ü . , wi sine ,*U1 fiad I Bine oiw* ' *• 7« t retail h icle we «<1 ffrafSu. i for ealea lftdelpbigf! ■T Leather. CoDgrea J avou.i; lip herctof 1 iand i pvmtson i-a th< I confer will b< irru mi by hl Efc'* s-telj :oKi an( lt; -f. I&c i Col. [Farli Co., m hit Emm*, not to pens like viae is given The gift of matchless poesy and song, Nor araste, radiant as the Stan of heav'n, is words of verse, to po« 'rs like mine belong; Yet, I may trace upon the snowy pages , Of tbio thine Album, Emuaa, pure and fair, The thought* that mortal hearts have hreath'd forages, And which the might of time iht.ll ne'er - * •<.: . * n. : ••• It is that friendship which shall live unbroken, That on this page I consecrate to tbee, And true as words by aneieat minstrels spoken, Or vows of lovers 'neath the greenwood tree? And the' f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 25 January 1866

k FOSTER, is if bat a map af Jtosg life?" INTELLIGENCER, *vgsv thtmdar mobhino. terms: (i V. b. cvtxx*ct,) jjjj52 number , ..... * j6 ......• « 13 «4 OO 9 SO 1 30 r «• «*! 10 cents. f^tF aovkbtimptc |! ¡0 for the flrst and 75 cents for each P"r..ii..ertton. $ 6 00 ? insertion _ 7 50 12 " "III... 9 00 17 „ ■" 11 00 «5 ' 12 00 ::::::::: 15 00 this sze type, make one *qur.re. 30 40 0 JjggÍ&*~~ a_.?uare_ rorf ,01' .re in legal tender. Specie or It the rate of 3 for ffiiTRCH DIRECTORY. iter*. Finis E. lternately. Service eve- 8 o'cl'k, P. M. Ser- _~Bsr. J. Jones. Serrice erery Sua sill o'clock. L¿í prc.by«*na« srri 6 11 o'clock, and- . ' -Rev. B- A. Rogers, in charge, r it 11 o'clock. ¡mgf. j(. Feitonand Rer. J. M. Germud. ••"íránndsy at 10 o'clock. ' r^7 g.. B. H. Taliaferro. Serrice erery IP^yíilíÜter. J. W. Whipple. 8errice erery ^ uiiML-B"- Thaddetia McRae. Ser- ^¡^Itaiís" at 11 o'clock. MASONIC. I T^LOWeTÑo. 12, A. F. * A. M.—Stated I ereryfirtt Saturday night, each month. CHAPT...

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 — 25 January 1866

•or of Mathematlr*. Wv ft "'¡juuct Profí ■ and haring ! tinrr V. . tg0 of firK nr — f'0*t Su •u-* / iiuj nun |¿rL, el «pH ;n-- Jurg^ion br ; ^ JiKüAIY 21,-1816. «=í TIDRSDAT, =± I í i 4 1 I I f I._ wisdom Tfce Ciolde* Hule. Tbire ia quite as much political as orthodox morality con táincd in the inspired precept," what- soever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them." * In £rec democracies, like oars, where government is founded on thc Igress at present is a mere slid supported by f lus new <m lamaytrifaentoHo wb per- manent peace and prospflhty of the rnatxon. The temperaryexcluaion of our representatives from the halls of CongreM, in the present condition ©f political parties, cannot be produc- tive of any great evil, and is only a source of petty annoyance and irri- tation to the sensitivo minds of our people. Representatives in Con* the affections of the people, thc pa- triot statesman will ever be careful to squaro his legislative work by this perfect rule o...

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