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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 1 March 1866

w V i I i.'• i' local anb Personal t Co., of Hew Orleans, «ra authorized -¿.iciár«íentfc 3*T*°cm. Eaq., ia agent tor thU paper. prapaveil to execute job work in all iu ^ to t manner that cannot ba aurpaaaed **°C^J{*:e and on term* that will not fail to give * **. _ <f|,e public are invited to gira na a trial. .«•mjof (ubacription are aa follows, in specie: • • • • *2 M • * * 1 50 eat of Candiúatea in thia paper, Í7.50 An in«at>tic;* ¡•ST# TiQ^f^r iü V ta ill cb*/ C'í;f <« ¿«a ] by its w .¿ÍBI to i:*e oat * •, -íQtton.—ií l*' -'i sail their i121 3 ° l J hr •/ io ivgiraea 1 •aá-íBCí upoc t*- ecairoy, it e-.n c< ¡í iht iiuúü^'--" * ieoffc it may be atmberw, j'j t ttione tb« p«er:. Twenty Tears Ato. Time, ever moving, lures its impress on «II created matter, animate and inanimate. Who of us can look back a few years without no- ticing the manj changes wrought, not onlj in the landmarks of the country—it* forests, prairies, streams—bat ia its inhabitants! It is with a feeling...

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

in it of Mercl 3wx^i& mmmm* 5,8 r«?Bfor*tivp. 1*4!* 'A Í not flnlv tn ■Fir trlety 01 Cm fDdcrslecvf ■ Robes u iLawn.Tt Print* ai kro n 1%; •rown Ua m °tton Stripfg ••ortment % Hat , Bootg, % J «fGROcS Hhicj, ; «* striau with a ¡Gini Wajt yoa -fc 23,iiC0r<; *DAMS& •®i"and GREEN w, ^t.8 of A _ ««■y are no . '■rgest undÓ i "••eaevef: "heirj stock en i ~"i Shoes uí ' houses. % «, will fiad Í examine our < *e at retail litn*4 article wp jg]' z pi ilade¡phi* pper Leather, on Congress and tie ere ny OBA¥01T,' —and—# > tDO . STAGE A>, the Coast, r5j Ioaston and <1 istin will find?; and Westernf ¡ ■tty other, anj j ngc* space ¡3 1 rrisburg and,"'] d—at 1 o'dc about 70 _ s are made lorarfo, Ansui ¿'id the West, ta Pass lame r non, at 1 o'dc time to - ™ R. R. NO. A. 16th, 11™. 1 laaolutloW .RTK™ rship here . audi / fi*>r«on 4 - on th 'Jí ¿al C'íi.- tiint will - 'LU :nessi Ibes & c , have thtoji |U eon tit by Fot I services.) lope to 1 by the 5FA1 1 Onionl Test of'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 March 1866

/ Qwt foster, UJat is it but a map ®f tatsg life?' CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1866. ^rrflERN INTELLIGENCER, ^ Ja *VI*T THÜÍSDAY MOBBING. -v. stcurrency. a number , ^r52 number , -26 '13 1 SO 10 cents. I OF ADV 11"1**5' f|l 50 for the first and 75 cents for emch Jifliernon- a insertions « r. 17 ¿ « " 30 s~~J, r> Ins «<•"■ • ETim ^ ** F.'t ,u jasrites TR. ...8 6 00 ... 1 50 ... 9 00 ;;; n oo 12 00 13 00 ... 15 00 make one square. squs/e. <i tender. Specie t tfce ¡ata of 3 for UJRCH DllvECTGRY. can. till Sci. J- fcc.-*ic9 eTCry Sun- 5 ". '¿ |ire«bTtf,r :in.--iJ' '3 Finis E "t F.oacb f"en.^n'j. -errice eve- ock, t> rtl.-Rer. B- A Lhiaf st U o'cW.. . feStooniid rtsd-y St )0 *>' >ek -ac-.ft.il- gms, >n cLarge. Ser- •¡«Í. J. M. Geraud. «ferro. Service orery Service every 'I^Kéf. L W. Whipple. *" '"-ng'-Pfv > iiieoJ Mt Rae. Ser ram "ckíij " mechanics. TMAN. Tin to ib" public air - art of ma- ¡ ot" w rk in his ¡ t,;p is oa Pe- j J-9 •ast fa- ónblte ipie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 March 1866

wSSSt?' I>3:ntec,-*t' ^ WltK® ™fk?£r°® •orof MntWrisUfet. ' rT° • ! la^ baring received fro*} m¿&*\ / -■ ~ Wv I? VI. . é mm ' ,.r T« W ' * roadway Tew York. ¡ ' "¿W/y* iureation hy j f bt Sfiutjitrn Jjuíílltgractr. ACST1S. THCRSBAT, ÍAECII 8, KÍ6. Í1 H Disfranchlüeineiat or Ministers. We say disfranchisement, for the right to hold office is correlative with the right to vote. The former is a necessary corollary of the latter; and the power that is competent to de- prive one of -either, is competent to • u iiun of the other. Hence, if the Convention is authorized to ex- clude Ministers of the Gospel from the legislature, it may for the same reason exclude them from the ballot- box. When it is said that ministers ought to be preaching, instead of sit- ting in the legislature, it may also be said that they should be praying instead of voting. We affirm, then, that the State Constitution, as it has hitherto stood, virtually disfranchises ministers of the gospel. Qualify it as we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 March 1866

anb personal. 3„*oc , Esq., i «gcntfor thi. paper. 3S"1 _.^To execute job work in all it* a tre Prep° .nner tbat cannot ne surpassed iD iffSTw™ that will not fail to ?ive ?^Xbr pub'ic are inrited to giva us a trial. , m[*cription are as tollow , In specie: pter*" . ^ $2 50 w/fT' " . - - - 1 50 § *_ - • • • 100 eot of Candidates in this paper, f7.50 Oar Water! Water! re ders may or may not hare heard cnfor r*P°r «• ¡urn*,icr 1 t for the ec Bíúíwn ei nrtveoi so ' f Q *>itV 0*0 Vi ¿ij «itborifi* ■ 00**3 ¿t tfcí itietu la-i s.' xodioBS ark bop™ .tag tüe J to them, "foouirir sea ;n tl $h« iaitsa <rf Water fbrv-ib e ef hire j;,ec; cs« o/ tu Kaie at ti! la tbe tilj ••Jrsl who, according hi3 Irish.frieadSj "lay te in the long mouth of -í a? Watef I Water !" .re or not, we don't vord about hia case at Ltaits are all cnlistid, f the many citizens of a do cisterna, or '•.those art of the year, " hold ¿e they are ' broken," id Had sufficient reason .iter to hold, except by The rains don't...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 8 March 1866

■ j tal baring rtcsived f.-o>¡ • aretL—•' *W- f "•! and ir—- ! \3 I tuTeation hr \ t— ad t ie a I li * 1 IB. Mi i i Pacini. Hope and Fears. Our hopes are ¿ike the wreaths of foam That glitter on each shining ware, When with a gu3bing sound they come, The white and thirty beach to ¡ave. The waters part, the ripp!e3 gbam A moment on the silent shore, Aqd vanish, as the hopea that 9eem A moment bright, and are no more. Seeking for lore, for fame, for power, To the fraü threads uf life we ciiag , For hope will cnll a witherM flower, And tune a harp with broken string; And hope will shed a glimmering raj Of light on pleasure's ruin'd shrine ; For mouldering columns still look gay, When summer sunbeams o'er them shine. Though sever'd be love's magic chain, Still to its broken charms we trust, And hop* to mend the links again, Whe* grief has eaten them like rust. Frail as the bubbles on the beach That hope may be, a transient beam; But, "reft of joy, 'ti3 sweet to teach The heart to hus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 March 1866

. / ■ SIHTI is it irat a na} 0Í iasi lift? PUBLISHEKS. 1. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1866. NO. 37. ¿4 fMl i* .fit i ¿O • B&fte wpy 10centJ'. 17 25 30 40 52 i MrPtWaQn]0ftíKe sub8titu'e offered by wnTWprvnv ! . ii 1 ' ayes and üoe8 c KRENCl. ; jailed, üüd stood thus; Aves 51 , IN oes 10. Adopted. " 1 *> if^rV-Smith of Colorado offered the following amendment to the substi- tuteas adopted, viz: Strike out the word « white," in the sixth line from tne bottom. Mr. Henderson moved to lay the motion on the table. The ayes and noes were called, and stood, Ayes 1", Noes 25. Laid on the table. Mr. Taylor of Fannin offered the following amendment, to come in after white population: "and all others who are taxed." Mr. Hart moved to lay on the tabU . Carried, by a vote of 53 Ayes to 21 Noes. Ou motion of Mr. Henderson, the blank in Section 29 was filled with OF A V*BTIMK<*. jj so for the flrrt and 75 ceutt for etch O*|2oi5 Uiertiou. fT.' slwertiow. ««OJ u I Ío 11 00 12...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 March 1866

m It J* «woTVmvm . 'T A R., f • Wn>t■•, to- « JTrf-^-o or - • " \L .. Ti->'*- *i3M l|«ft>' • ■ * • • r . " *«? V.?V+ü**m$ \ew T*rik " ' «hm ,- • '«£<(- m .^- .,/* *3CSfc r.rr«t wfi i' .«•' •- tSft** } *• íí«m«/Cv r «IHilCOOK, |_ 1: .n t. Hurt, Jt^lxi6cn of Tar-! which Johnson of Titus, Jones of , Jv dm of üeswr Lane, laU- McCormack, Mur- p, Perry, Ranck, Shaw SHmw mIWWJ WUvJi Shuford, Smith of Co- of Lamar, Taylor of is of Cameron, Tros, Varad and Youn/—41. Noce—Messrs. Allen, Ball, Beall, • 'rmdsliaw, Burke, Camp of Upshur, Clements, Dalrymplp, Dickson, Gen- try, triddmgs, Gurley, Henderson, Ireland, Lindsay, Mabry, Nelson, «.orris, Parsons, Phillips, Porter, Randolph, Reeves, Roberts, Runnells, Sanfley, Selman, Slaughter, Spaight, Taylor of Houston, Thompson, Walk- er, Waul, Whitfield and Wilson—34. So the substitute was tabled. Mr. Hancock offered the following substitute: an ordinance, Declaring the nullity of the so-called M Ordinance to dissolve the union between t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 March 1866

X =£¿1 «tfy " - nsl- jr,,.. to I|WÍ for this paper. m execute Job work In *11 Its that conojt M aurpaMcd « that will not fall to give ¡•"■^poblWr are lavUedto gira ua a trial. are aa lollowa, I n specie i ' . . • 1 SO ^ . • • • 1 00 ""^Candidatee In thla paper, 97.00 serrante. ^ Mrtb shall we do for house \f i • i®* 1*00 T"7 frwla#nt,7 "k- bat a jtt, to far m we hare "C^torily answered. Among drawback* to the comfort of 'fgj^ín ¿i parti of the world which ^ K«o, are the annoyance con- J^itb the relation cf what we u«ed to ' «d tervanl—dott, we «appose, to I by Ne* York New EnKlaQ<liim> isd Mp. (Ob, Plymouth Rock! ^Ui) Formerly, however, we had thia iftbe service waa not ef the beat, it at. Sach aa it waa, we had it, '^without any danger of receiving ' it lome very peculiar juncture of ""¿at Boae or Venue or Juno propoaed j ear service, and the boaom of our ~^¿ fan os in the lurch. But Pre- !'Lincoln's celebrated proclamation of * 1863, which changed matter, into tenant into he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 March 1866

JlES££S!**'- *■ - •#• , _ ... COMrA-*T. i IJUI. I-LA1.11 "' KJTsrrsJS&'s?''* «-Pi-1 USiüS ?r#adw * *** *«*. «•mstics «Qd Natural Setene-, I . / "• 7""''". "u,,u,n^ oa Congress . , -■> «t fro'--.! JLüSR^.fir" - - -sum. <* • i u_ V . not oulv tf> "W\ J\ T '!■ < Tj i r ir I i Garden Seed shaking of B. THOMPSON ASSORTMENT, fjoclrtj. pendent!©, and to look elsewhere than For the Intelligencer be following beautiful j.rodactiou was - - to the field of politics fot oar daily the solemnity attached to the minis *• i i i • 1 . . x! .*i _ HP. — fliAf ilnvin I bread ; but there are considerations, ilU UC Uiuuuw, .« Among these there is none oí VoTSi'fw |more vitalimPor!'thaa thc TymTa red it from among ; of the indebtedness cve&tert .jy tue - w - . , , . in view of questions before the pres- sed to ma some years ago, l>y a lady of ¡ tl. j,r<1 which la citr, -R-bose poetical taste m only excelled ?nt Convention, to tLsreagra wmw ■ the sweetness of her voice. I am not a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 March 1866

t foster, :vm « tel *iraj if tass lift?" publish CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1866. NO. 38. 94 O* 9 SO 1 M TflgRJl INTELLIGENCER, „ jt*«t tho*sdat o wro. -u. sTcurbenoy n«mi* , " . jl " * 13 lecopy10 eenU- I ADVKBTIMPIU. , jo J,, theftrtt and 75 cent for etch 1^"-- * 7 50 tí ' CO" 9 00 A .. 11 00 8 ' 12 00 „ ■ , • " is oo 1, s [ ^úátétt type, malte one «quire. conatitme a square. *" «te tie in legal tender. Specie or at the rate of 3 for on Tuesday, March 13 oidbbs op the day. • report of the committee 1 Provisions of the Consti- back amendments Till. Freedmen, taken Tinance Committee, touching the Public Debt, was taken up. Mr. Roberts offered the following amendment, by way of addition to the 3d section, viz: " Except those which would have been included in the necessary and appropriate ex- penses of the State Government, had there been no civil war; and those may be ascertained and paid, with such equitable discount upon their nominal amount, or face value, as the L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 March 1866

I «rof MatJM.nií.io,; ' B> B'5J'iact Prof- Mistes *- &«<b «« r„Mwa;Tf r—jTTT affrnggfr,; #3L -- JL * v. iu- -T ■<-;>:'^ _ ./! , ¿¿v;- , .lIL. ... «-. ...-,< .,.. --«r „- yr ^:rn^9 " ' If '*£ *£.'"' ~ ^ ? "" * ^ ' tf * '' '' •;£"*-•— ■* I not nuiv t¿v ri\ Pcv retion of their s^-vjif-l, B acfch "t Hi i !i mili • m a 5< '<4 t I 1 i neils offered the following .cute for the fi"r>E f¡>u? lines iinp's substitute: \e school fo id heretofore y the Legislature of the ;ducational purposes revert treasury of the State; the pi i -al and interest, either or both of wfueh, as the emergency tr¡ay re- quire, shall l>e used and appropriated by the Legislature iu payment of tuc public indebtedness and the ordinary expenses of the State Government hereafter arising: Provided, that in no event shall the Legislature have power to relieve the corporations from the full payment of their in- debtedness, o¡* any portion thereof, either in whole or in part, for said fond. &g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 March 1866

Vor.ii artí> perennal. is M^ent for thli pmpsr. „ ;u -secuto job work in *D it ■. a* ?'*> g¡w¡i->r ttrs cann.rt be ttirpiMed ÍJk* 'r ,-.r, list ill not fail tr give ?5 ;>ubi;5 are Invited to giv ua atrial. . j-o^ription «re u follows, in «pacte: !-iE—' • • 82 50 ««•' - • • 1 50 - 1 00 r f cvudidatr* in tbi« paper, *7.50 Higgledy-piggledy. Everything seems to have relaxed. And th° racent busy bam of trade baa ceased and oar streets do not present that lively appear ance of a few weeks past The Convention still remains in session, and aro rapidly bringing their labors to a close—dispatching the business before tbem by both day and night sessions. It is intended to adjonrn on or before the 28th inst The late rains caused the Colorado to rise so as to nreyent in ,,ie Clly* ba? been indeed is now, afflicted j fording, and the ferry-boat has been doing a i'nrt sccofgc in tbe shape of measles: M** jpüjt.r': considered comparatively bnt wt¡eb tas been more fatal in ¿*^„t visitat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 22 March 1866

is Cil unr att&sraRb. Pr„J' '«ese*. TWOÍ& *jjg n°t nnlv *o -~;t-- ' ■" «■ m m -4 i fvV 3rJ. rslecvj Print* *i wn Dfti W 1ÜL-!-1-"1 Went v ', Booii EOcS which * striug a lowt> v yoar c * SCO. 4 >IS ¡I rcti« \L vO< melts ofl '.tote for ¿tup's su 'te schoc y the ducatioi treasury r, pu */ ! and intei of wtiich, sw the o quire, shall be usee by the lcglilatui'e public indebtedness expenses of the 8 hereafter arising: no event shall the power to relieve from the full payn debtedness, c-~ any either in whole or fund. Mr. Norton move substitutes on the r On motion of Mr was granted. The question be substitute of Mr. i table, the Ayes and ¡ and stood thus: Ayes—Arrastro- ij. Bum pass, Davis o Drake, Gentry, Ju Hunt, Hurt, Johns'? of Bastrop, Lane, I->; Mabry, McCormick. chison,Nelson,Norfo; Phillips, Ranck, lia Shepard, Shields, S Taylor of Houstot. meron, Yarnell, W hi —87. Noes—Messrs. I Bradshaw, Burke. 1 Dalrymple, Davis < nagan, Giddings, H land, Johnson of ' Nor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 March 1866

mm* *:z* ■ j* ~ "* k'jA *\' M ¡£fc- £&NP .JV. ;£* -■ ''8s|tf m á tai a maf ritas* lift? OF AUSTIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1866. Sires WTIfcLIGEjrCER, *™T TaWM1iAT XOBNINO. -Ü. STCUKREN0Y. .for53 number \ §4 4M 1 -26 1 9 SO . -13 1 1 SO (rftg«FAPVBBT e|X 50for the fir«t nd 75 <enU for each INK. únertion. a ta ertion«, $ 6 00 18 " 7 50 17 « 9 00 j5 " 11 00 30 " 12 00 40 " 13 50 jg " v 15 00 . —or k*. «W* «>*« W** raakC 0B> «quare. I f^orlem constitute square. M me. are in gpecie I £¡* * mtAet Triue'or 3 for Honday, March 19, 1866. yT£RKÍ'0S ¡?E¿SI0N. J ordinance reported by th j Affairs wa.j ;::te t, j. a 103 of Webb, moved I of Secáon 1, and of Section 2 which re- in;- a treaty with the ns rationed in Sec- # offered the *) come in at r is author- jreneral the State of ' be made by a the privi- • ted number d territory \00th par- je conceded ckas^ws and tbat these wing the fron- information tho hostile ^mmissioner information operations _ow settied in pass—received to come u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 March 1866

^ I 6. x i * i ■- Hi 1/ i .v« r«*5Urring on Mr. üemlmerit, Mr. Hart mor- ¡ on the table ; which -was a vote of ajee 39, noes 22. Wanl offered the following Mr. Norton, chairman of committee oil the Condition f the State, made report: an ordinance, (Jiving further li ma for Redemption ofLands soil for Taxes. Be it prdaincd by the delegates of of Tex&s, in Convention iment: ! the people 2 Strike oat, In 6th line, assembled, thai the owners ' the," between 44 for" and i lands sold for taxes since the nrst on;" ar.dafter "education" day of February, 1861, shall have •v to " and" in 7th line. ¡ two years from the passage of this jCermack moved that the ! ordinance to redeem the same, bv ¿nd proposed amendment be ! paying to the State,where such emitted to committee. ¿anda have been purchased y Mr. Whitfield moved to lay the State, the amount of taxes due from motion to recommit on the table ; and ¡ the same ; and where sue the vote stood ayes 20, noes V- havfc been purchased by indmu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 March 1866

'faSanb personal. ggtnoaf, Esq^^gentfor thia paper. _lrt<j to execute job work in all it* ***Liminner that cannot be aorpaased ud on term that will not fall to gire ''The public are Invited to gira ua a trial. j Hibfeription are aa follows, in apecie: [m*0 . - - #2 50 Lje* . • - 1 50 - • • • 100 of Candidatea in this paper, $7.50 ^edr-PifVledj. i4l fcirly opened and the beautiful ®if the neighboring hills is pleasant ' The merchants are opening and lummer stocks, and the '^¡¡finning favorable in a few days eIpect to see the latest styles of rearing apparel displayed on ...The weather has been so rij pleasant of late as to induce jfomeaades. Gentlemen and ladies M their moon-light strolls gleefully |f|j M if no dull eare pervaded Last week was exceedingly itki5 week there seems to be a very «mal in business from some ..The ball given at the Capitol ' wen attended as the occasion de- We attribute this to the fact of its pjgon of Lent, and religious scru- tatiog However, those prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 29 March 1866

' |l e ^en„o« Bof,y,n"LUl^ ^ j ** ,fif „ LUJll'<W- ' —• - «•• Pror-. liX££2S!2K if^SiS^SSrji .4 M I ti pjeini. l?^™tofc mT^rne«|r«rd, «h whom no shrewier busi- 1 (* ■> Dou^ias belonsHne to John L- tes iuan ever lived, «sed to say in iZicl f^rh&der.t of the j hi, old age: ;<I1 . jlw y. consul- Board of Trade, and, by avoiding ¡ ered adYertisin^ liberally and long to p ublic roads as much as possible, ¡ be the gieut medium of ^ccesa m feached Momence the next day. j outness and the prelude to wealth, Hia actions excited suspicion, and i and I have nnxde it an invanablie le was arrested on suspicion of hav- rule, too, to advertise in the dullest • fi!n tL h ~sa and was lodged > times as well as the busiest, long ex- ing^tcOentheh rse, ' ^ ^ u!ier | periencehavingtaught me that money thus spent is "well laid i 1 j I ¿leu i ltd tl e fell, jf Iran's life disclosed au_>e aim strange confusion— the cloud of fear remove, west ilia8ion. a see* aright the faults ri ts o( her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 April 1866

sxr¿¿*~~as ,• -ilL-XJI' is it M a maj of bxtsi lift?" IffW CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1866. PUBLISH*"' NO. 40. m IN HÍTELUGENCEB, , gVE*r thttmdat mohking. -U. sTÓURírENCY. M to « ..... 1 30 u '* £ OF ABVEBTI IN«. Í ifl for the fi«t and "Scent fof e«cli' a insertion* - 7, Í : a . " 30 " « Ü A. $ 6 00 .. r so .. 9 00 .. 11 00 .. 12 00 .. 13 SO .. 15 00 tUi «ize type, malte one eqoare. constitute a square. ; .hnr- rates aie in legal tender. Speeie of at the rate of 3 for jpj^fck mmmi . f ffli'Ii?.! ttTf: -i. : by a vote of 45 to 14, and the report and resolution taken op. On motion, the rale was farther suspended, and the resolution passed unanimously. On motion of Mr; Gurley, the rule was suspended, and the report and resolution of the Finance Com- mittee, touching the claim of W. A. Smith and others, teaebfers in the Blind Asylum,-was taken up. Mr. Shepard moved to amend as follows: " And the further sum of Three Hundred and Eighty-Five Dollars is hereby appropriated,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 April 1866

Or rvf \I. V.— I. ,,!- -el anH •- rorfc. HJ¡u TTT T the amendment was s.l- O # B & ,.'l| 0 4 m í © © © 11 — h 7# i i I j j, jonded. Korton moved <* call of the Ordered. oth these mocions were then with- >n. and a motion to lay the 5th •ilion of the ordinance on the taale j out of order. motion to lay the substitute on j v cable was lost. The ayes and no<w were called on j Air. Roberts offered to amend as follows: " At end of section 6, add cept that civil action ex debate ready barred, shall be revived this section." Mr, Richardson moved the pre vious question. Withdrawn. Question recurring on the amend meat of Mr. Roberts, Mr. Norton moved to lay on the adoption of the substitute, and j table, and the ayes and noes being >od ayes 28, noe3 S3. 1 ordered, stood, ayes 24, noes 37 Mr. K orton moved to strike out House refusing to lay on the table, the 5th section. Laid on the table. Mr. Johnson of Tarrant in the Chair. Mr. Ricord moved to amend the i Question recurring ...

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