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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 May 1866

ftfífll dirt Jkwonol. la agent for thii paper. "^Tto execute job work In mU its I tf*P* _-,r that cannot toe aarpaased |*J? a • "J1?. ternw that will not fail to gire K3*'1yrr¡iblle are inritedto give oa a trial. t**c¡ ¿iiri^TweaatoUows, inapeeie: 1 50 i oo 1^ 0( candidate* in thia paper, #7.50 ■-ri to announce Grobor J. Uubham, tothcrJ*r gwW Treasurer, at the enauing , -.-J to announce A. D. McGinnis< ^ iu'JO™ Jndge o{ fag Second Judicial Dir üi^f^niní election. • ~i jo announce Judge I. B- McFak- fat"M^Aiitte for Judge o< the 2d Judicial " enauing election. * prized to announce Hon. Johs i*«i. and, f,fi i tw^ounty M a candidate for Judge of the jpatrict- ^i^riiod to announce William M. Wal- for Judge of the 2d Judicial ■ a puling election. ¥** Anriicd to announce Jabms H. Boars, aa \** for Di*"®1 Attorney of the Second Judi- JJ1" n the enauing election. .-riied to announce W. O. Hutchison, a^JTfor DUtrict Attorney of the Second Ju- at the enauing election. k^'ttorized to ann...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 May 1866

; f A "- •«■* **** «< h«C S r hikfje of T# <1 f-nwÉ npr, oa Congreca ! r®®dway .\©w York, fire n* ~ —■> j,pp ir> - ..*®l •«*<* '«r— ':. invention w m ■11^ li it U I M / i Bn i I 111 f? I I fi It ¿ I; I Í * I %a !'.: i ' f w 1> floetn}. The Sabbath Bells. BT C. D. GABD1TTE. Call from yon glittering minaret, The summons of your Moslem rite, 0, tarbaned son of Mabomet, From rosj dawn to starry night. But far above your weary cry, ; O'er ail the Christian hills and dells, There float, is wares of harmony, The echoes of the Sabbath Bells! Bise, swarthy Pagan, loud and shrill, The clangor of the blatant goag, Till all thine imaged temples fill With the imbruted, abject throng. But higher, louder, deeper far Than all thy discord, still there swells The ever glorious avatar Pealed from the Christian's Sabhath Bells i Mark how, when Sabbath morns arise, They seem to bring a sense of rest, And softer sunshine, bluer skies, And birds still lingering on the nest. The pulses be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 May 1866

THE INTELLIGENCER j i Vi\ 0 BROWN & FOSTER, is it toti a map bass VOL. 1. the southern intelligencer, ***** THO,8DAV «OBÜISO. íebms-u. s. currency. for 32 number!, #4 o® !) so 1 so - 26 u i3 •* Single copy 10 cents. bates of abtebtimnw. s u*re $1 50 f°T t^ie fir,t an<* cents for each J|d¿non l insertion. ^bftue, 8 insrrtioni *5 99 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 Tagne* or let*, this size type, make one square. <¿¡, word or le«a constitute a square. The above rates are in legal tender. Specie JJji A its market value, or at the rate of 3 for ♦ten*" - ^riNIONAL GOVEEN9IENT. EzecMite Department. I flimilton Provisional Governor. t W. Moore Prirata Secretary. State Department. ■mm g. Bell Secretary of State. S, Hpence Chief Clerk. ■r^ÁlextiMier Attorney General. Treasury Department. i a Tutor Comptroller. ¡S£c. lives Chief Clerk. Qwris Treasurer. ffcOUorman Chief Clerk. General Land Office. frujcii m. White Commissioner. i fcieGill Chief Clerk. Lunatic Asylum. Dr B. Grthsm Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 May 1866

• «U'ia-t —U . - ■ -Tí!i— I. ¿í ¿ 3 |i Bin ? V lij í! I I Á¡ '; i f l 11J 111 m I■ fe: I r &j¡t j&trBÍ|trn Intelligent . AUSTIN CITY, THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1866. Edited during the Campaign under the Superriaion of THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, ot' the Union Party. ^UNÍOÍTTÍCKEÍ FOR GOVERNOR, E. M. PEASE, OF TRAVIS COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, L. LINDSAY, OF FAYETTE COUNTY. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. C. BINKLEY, of Grayson Co. FOR COMPTROLLER, JAMES SHAW, of Burleson Co. FOR TREASURER, SAM HARRIS, of Travis Co. FOR CO rR OF THE LAND OFFICE, F. M. WHITE, of Jackson Co. FOR JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT, WM. E. JONES, of Bexar Co. JAS. II. BELL, of Williamson Co, C. CALDWELL, of Grimes Co, WM. H. JOHNSON, of Lamar Co, Declaration of Principles of the Union Party of Texas. 1. That we are unalterably devoted to our republican form of government, as es- tablished by the patriots of '76, and that we denounce the assumption of those who seek to justify the late rebellion by declaring that re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 May 1866

JJ * 1 50 1 00 ¿al aní> Personal. 5gr*or«. £*<)•• ta a«ent for p Per- red to uKate j°b work in all ita , ner -'that cannot be surpassed I L** 18 ' nd or. terms that will not fail to give -p,* c'ublic are invited to give us a trial. X*0"' , "Tl^tiou are aa follows, in specie: «(S** . • - «2 50 ¡SOUtlA _ TóTcandidates in this paper, *7.50 ^0—" ° _ _ to announce CoL Tiios. Wm. « t " , r Commissioner of the Gene- 1,1-oJ^tü.e ending election. | . nrizej to announce Gkos'ge J. Dukham, for Stllte Treasurer' at the enauin8 I ' I/1 .hnri/ed to announce A. D. McGimnis, ] " **) « fur Judge of the Second Judicial Di§- ¡('"^uiog election. It* Prized to announce Judge I. B- McFar- «^""^jdidate tor Judge of the 2J Judicial * ensuing election. -.hnriied to announce Hon. John Ireland, I "IboP* count}', as a candidate for Judge of the |l^"^ .tnHzed to announce William M. Wal- for Judge of the 2d Judicial , «índidwe for •hldge #".Mhe ensuing election. V'A the ensuing I thorizcd to announce Jabms...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 May 1866

Vf foT * rrtitice of fire or -,^| •„.! ' W *°ril' OHEFU lt.tr n.C XI ^TECOST, A B.. H^juart Prof** ! 1 ESTABLISHED D* WITT C, BOOTH, el TÍ I hL h 11 . 1 R - J Ptfetrj. The Songs of Old. The songs of old. How deep a spell Lies in the old familiar words Ooce saog by those we loved so well, In other days, in happier years. Visions of hope, long passed away, Gome o'er the heart so lone and cold, And memory asks, oh, where are they Who sweetly sang the songs of old ? Where are they ? Some in silence sleep Beneath the monrnfnl yew tree's gloom ; Others within the boundless deep Hare eatly found an ocean tomb ; Dim are the eyes that gently shone, The once warm heart lies still and cold, And hushed for aye, forever gone, The voice that sang the songs of old. Where are they ? On some foreign strand For many a weary day they roam ; Cheerless they tread the stranger's land, From friends afar, afar from home. Do they not long to join once more The joyons dance, the social throng, Aod mingle, as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 May 1866

/y '/ i Viva ñH U ¿Z C i t n i¡ rl * \ 0 4 FOSTER, fOL 1 « it hat a map af Irasg life?" T.-; '*fOT PUBLISHERS. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, J NO. 47. fSflERN INTELLÍGENOER, it EMC V THOTcsnAY MOBBING. ' as-tJ. sTcurrency. .«il ®2 :• •• i a® eopr10 ceDti- •' ^Tg* OF A%VEBTI«nG. |1 50 fur the first arid 75 cents for each SSL !; .. 9 oo £ .. li oo S « 12 00 S 1350 g « 15 00 r left this size type, make one square. P*¡, or If constitute a square. 10^ rates are in legal tender. Specie f- < i market Talue, or at the rate of ¡1 for fe" 11 [^IBIOKAI. «OrERNMEJIT fctrutioe Itrpartmmt. . Provisional Governor: Ft %jt;. - Private Secretary. * State. Department. . j,n tiscrotary of .State lta Chief Clerk. "^nier Attorney O enera). jyeg,nry Department. I ....Comptroller. *VL«. chief Clerk. a1-"? ...Treasurer. rJ£¿" .' Chief Clerk. P Oneral Land Office. « white Commissioner. Chief Clerk. •l* Lunatic A.iyUm. I., finhim ----- Superintendent. I' Detf <"td Dumb Institute. y,!, Noatrao...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 May 1866

- —.-.-w «nú ^B IIH' oi?fnrivi A B • Frof "- ^«WflBon Building, oa Conjrresd 1. **' ,SI, «roadway Jfew York, I Ateotit, for • ptWltjre offive o' —--5 «íiB, 1 rei ami <-.—.. .. . ■yw OaiT to «n |. ' A JA 1 ■ 111 I . A 11 i ■r.j I M ¡I, r 1 r ! i . States government was impotent and power- less to overthrow jrour government. Yon wish now the people to believe you were cor rect. and everv body who gainsaid that were the only persons who were false prophets.— Ag.;n J repeat that this- will deceive no one hut those who gefit up. Neither the people of Texas or the United. States, neither the President or Congress will '>« deceived by it You may go shouting your loyalty and the loyalty of the people yoir represent, but if you mean it, why in the natoe of God have you acted thus ? In five days you, might lrave declared the ordinance of seeéssion null nnd void from the beginning, have wiped out-the public debt, hate recognised the t*«e status of the negro and done all that was required...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 May 1866

<F.A.««0bK)JHMfc , local ani> Personal. nrtpsred to execute job work in *11 it« ia* manner that cannot be aarpaaaed and on term* that will not fail to give H ti'1 ^¿^'The public are invited to give u« a trial. _ «nf fub«cripBon are aa iollows, in apecie: term*01 "u . . $-> 50 50 1 50 100 - mthorized to announce Capt. Gso- Hi*- *'«« candidate to represent Travis county in the ^Le-Ulatnre. rt authorized to announce CoL Thos W . ?e ^(candidate for Commiaafoner of the Gene- *Y^d Office, at the ensuing election. * • re authorized to announce Gkobgb J. DwaHAJf, * '¿Hiidate for State Treasurer, at the ensuing "^"^e «otiiorized to announce A. D. McGinn , ¡Lndidaie for Judge of the Second Judicial Dis- at the ensuing election. .re mnthurizf'd to announce Judge I. K- McFab- a candidate for Judge of the 2d Judicial at the ensuing election. or. are authorized to announce Hoo. Johw {«eland, - fiusüahrape county, aa a candidate for Judge of the JjaJicial Diatrict. authorized to announce ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 May 1866

wu"^l '/ • .: "•*" íx'^nr **. mfSZSJ^T"-A - "■'* ■'< r~> *nd having rw i> ./í ^lECHAíTltS; liwia, p. SWILLIAKS;........ ,..€HA yoetrs. "lililí—fa r The HwiatlafrM^ What daily eittes «id thought gi*e place To qtrfeksoed memories, oft «> me— Sadden, ««thought of—gleams a fece 'Which bo oóé else *ffl eref no. • "j' lut 'i IjiriiW vn'tf auiil-0<i J.'v No a pate emu be within my fen Bat there it happily lies in wait: a veil it in the zlen, l£l ' i «) i > 'A . J > Villi i ' SPRING TRADE OPEN! i • . Goods are Cheap! The shadows veil it in the glen, The rays reveal it on the height.' i;.—' :i fl*8/ j /• i. m.Ao. I meet the light of those deep ejes , Aad.caUfc the gUf^log of 0>> hair., ' i ! Á: H . ".i; • i'CI .[ !¡'"«n • - Oí, aa I.watch the «¿banging sky, Wh^n, fleecy white the. enabro«^, That face^ aa frow a casement high, Looks out through openings ia the clouds i . ..: M V . ! ■' The solid darfcaes* Of the night Around it femn * background deep; It fW greet me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 May 1866

Ti 7! |tfWN & FOSTER is ü irat a msj mi tesj lift?" PUBLISHERS. TOL 1- CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1866. NO. 48. Cithern intelligevcer, " ^,lish*d eveby thpbsdav mokning. JLts-v. sTcubbenoy. 2% k$ ^*r:r:r;.v:.*S 8 „ •' 1 50 r 10 cents. cicele *^Py g^if£S OF ADVEBTISIPMJ# «I 50 for the firrt and 75 cento for each '¡¿¿call insertion. $ 6 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 n so 15 00 S inii-rtions, 12 " . " 17 " - 25 " 30 " .. 40 " I « 52 " Bn^ or thia riz* type, make one square. *Znrd> or less constitute a square. Í The abov rutes are in legal tender. Specie its i^ket value, or at the rate ol 3 for ——— , II ^SlOSAl, GOTERUIBSX. Executive Department. _ Provisional Gorerooi F " State Department. „ n.ii Secretary of State "" '"hief Clerk. j^íuiLiier Attorney General. Treasury Department. —nrSas. <*£5. Treasurer. -> Chief Clerk. "■ General Laud Qffir.e. u wKitp Commissioner. ^íill - Chief Clerk. A1"*1 Lunatic Asylum. Kr «.Grthani Superintendent. X)<a/ ttiid Dumb Institu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 May 1866

•or of Mntium. , !■ , 'v. j .imuíSoF fire or Mjüact Prn' -- fcar;nfT £ . "Ufvs 7 v.l ,nd ¡p. \f ®|e Sontjjern Intelligencer. I 1 j i IT Vi I 111! I! ill1 * AUSTIN CITY, THURSDAY, MAY SI, 1866. Editad during the Campaign under the Supervision of ECVTITB COMMITTEE of the Union Party. ünioírticketr FOB GOVERNOR, E. M. PEASE, OF TRAVIS COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, L. LINDSAY, OF FAYETTE COUNTY. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. C. BINKLEY, of Grayson Co. FOR COMPTROLLER, JAMES SHAW, of Burleson Co. FOR TREASURER, SAM HARRIS, of Travis Co. FOR COM'R OF THE LAND OFFICE, F. M. WHITE, of Jackson Co. FOR JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT, WM. E. JONES, of Bexar Co. JAS. H. BELL, of Williamson Co. C. CALDWELL, of Grimes Co. WM. H. JOHNSON, of Lamar Co. Declaration of Principles of the Union Party of Texas. 1. That we are unalterably devoted to oar repablicaa form of government, as es- tablished by the patriots of '76, and that we denounce the assumption of those who seek to justify the late rebellion by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 May 1866

¿oral ani> Personal. .red to execute job work in all iti %, 1* f* „, nner that cannot be surpassed in *¿ on terms that will not fail to give ! ^'xhe public are invited to givs us a trial. «bicription are as follows, in "P*"*; iurf1 . * • " - •- ou Zff*r- . • , ■ 1 50 . . • - 1 00 I 2?^ "^KArized to announce Henry Maskt, of Ai" *uL„did te for District Attorney of the 2d *ci- at the ensuing election. DlggledyPlgKledy The last few days have been scorchers ex- cept during the prevalence of the late nor- ther, when great-coats and winter blankets felt quite comfortable. Flies have swarmed by day, and fleas stalk abroad at night; and the result is people have the usnal amount of annoyance at this season of the year. But all these things do not stop¡the current of ordinary events. The sensation of the week Atto?n^' One- ¡ Wtt3 the reP0rted att1mPt °f a white man to * * election. < get married to a negro woman. The story went the rounds that the affair was coming ** ithorized to annou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 May 1866

. .i hcif nr, JoatTU Ü. P2.STEC.-T, A R., Pro*- ' .Vhu""': W •or of Mnf-hon. n*m *n"1 h-r?n-T . WWWfflButldlnsr, on con¿r¡í<¡¡ !. *•* T8f «roadway tfew York,^¿>¿1 Atenué, for a jtrnlijre of fire or —• ) u--'- . - ^ r<Ti(T —J * -■ — <.Jcaw- " i "is restoration. ÍJlai 11 i Ww I \ l'i*i ur fi 4 i> J \ til i m >/■ Mi If i Portrg. To lydla. The foliowidc boairtifal tribute to bis wife was written by Mr. Dickinson only five days before bis death: In youth's bright morn, when life was new, And earth was fresh with dew and flower , And love was warm and friendship tree, And hope and happiness were ours, We started hand and band to thread The chequered, changeful path of life; And with each other, trusting, tread The battlefields of worldly strife. We ranged in walks obscure, unseen; O'er rugged steep, through vale and glen, And climbed along the hillsides green, . Unmindful of the future then. We caught the song of earliest birds, We culled the loveliest flowers of spring,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 June 1866

v m rt ii"¡ ■ b a U0 ¿ FOSTER, M ■* is it tat a ma; of tasj lift? PUBLISHERS. VOL- 1 CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1866. NO. 49. intelligencer, ' UflffB E™v rBmSDAY MOE"I!,G- '^is-u. stcurrency. 94 OA SO 1 SO 'for 32 number*, 26 |1 50 for the first and 75 cents for each (to"** ft fi m i^«^rtíoní' ::::? •r 12 „ 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 I' u_ this Size type, mate one square. I "¡Jtjr let* constitute a square. "íütow rates are in legal tender- Specie ^iasrket value, or at the rate of 3 for ^TOMI< OOVEBNMBflX. t«***•■ facetUive Department. Provisional Governor. Private Secretary. ¿ató Department. „ ... Secretary of State Chief Olerk. Attorney General. Treasury Department. Comptroller. r, Chief Clerk. il***" Treasurer. Chief Clerk. Qtneral Land Office. . - m¡i« Commissioner. Chief Clerk. I1 Lunatic Asylum. Superintendent. ' ft / and Dumb Institute- . yuKu«trand Superintendent ' sute Penitentiary. ,W ft*w financial Agent. i (brothers - - - Superintendent. fjjriñlMáDepart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 June 1866

•or of MnthftfTii ^soorr, A B.^act Prof-,-1*r~Z-: vel ,crf ir ro?h7 !5¿r gjjc Souijjtrn |nttlli;t«ttr. Í ni Be It f Mi, ?'■ I Jf k AUSTIN CITY, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1866. Edited during tha Campaign under the SupacvMon of THE EXECUTIVE CODIITIITTKE, of the Union Party. ^NÍON^tícketT FOR GOVERNOR, ' E. M. PEA.SE, OF TRAVIS COUNTY. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, L, LINDSAY, OF fayette county. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. C. BINKLEY, of Grayson Co. FOR COMPTROLLER, JAMES SHAW, of Burleson Co. FOR TREASURER, SAM HARRIS, of Travis Co. FOR COM'R OF THE LAND OFFICE, F. M. WHITE, of Jackson Co. FOR JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT, WM. E. JONES, of Bexar Co. JAS. H. BELL, of Williamson Co. C. CALDWELL, of Grimes Co. Declaration of Principles of the Union Party of Texas. 1. That we are unalterably devoted to our republican form of government, as es- tablished by the patriots of '76, and that we denounce the assumption of those who seek to justify the late rebellion by declaring that republican institutions hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 June 1866

lar fatal a ni) Personal. «■eo red to execute job work in sil it t, mioner that cannot be aurpaMed mj** ™ Md on term* that will uot fail to give ¡Ü ? The public are invited to give ua a trial. ^of iobicription are a gSk ' f month , follows, in ipecie: - $2 50 • 1 50 • 1 00 '""ir.ñthoHzed to annoñnce Hknry Mankt, of ftgr* * ftf)jytte for Diitricr Attorney of the 2d prfricr at the enwing election. olh0rized to announce WIM.IAM M. Wit- It¿gndidate tor the office of Attorney Geae- rawing election. * uthorized to announce Capt. G*o- Ha* 9'i ^didate to represent Travig county in the i°-t ¡filature. rc authorized to announce CoL Thos. Wm. 1' ''!• candidate for Commiaaioner of the Gene- j^d0«ce, at the enauing election. 11 p authorized to announce Gkorok j. Dübham, "'¿Jidate for State Treasurer, at the enauing *^rf authorized to announce A. D. McGinnis, diJa'-e for Judge of the Second Judicial J)ia- ^tbe enauing election. ^ .«.authorized to announce Judge i. b- McFab- a candidate for Judge ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 June 1866

JoHLFU U. Pü.STSCo^T. A. B. «, ..../• r> r.. T\%entiT, for a prrriTt¿ó"f"fi"' 'r ..-.^?P68i ' iway !T®w York, leevd '•es at iwnf% low¿> >ur e> fc¡phi«C |-eat her. 1 tigreü-. Lgg Poelrs- la It a 81b to Daace. A man may puff hii life sway Upon a vile cigar; May chew the Tile tobacco weed, Yet be a shining star— A chosen one, whose ample bead Has felt a brother* touch, Compared with whom in wisdom's ways A layman is not n^nch. Bat if a girl should spend an 'hoar la whirling in the danee, Her star is set forevermore— She's sentenced in advance. They wait not till the judgment day, These more than learned divines; While hugging their tobacco box, They sweep away her shrines. They bow down to their idle weed ; She dreams her dancing dream ; The mote is in her brother's eye, The sister has the beam. Some layman with a curious mind, The' filled with little light, May see an inconstancy And pick out wrong from right. To such the dreadful sentence passed By learned and gracious se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 June 1866

I- * I' Wt Au"t UcUi^ foster, is it bat e maj f tag life?" publish ers. m i CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1866. fjfÍHERV INTELLIGENCER, IVI*V THTMDAÍ MOBBING. 'RMS-U. STCLJRRENCY. '.forB number S* OO i so ea)pylOcenU. ^ «p A VKRTI IN«. ,n 50 for «he tint and 7.ri cents for each . mertion. s jjnerttoM, ^ it 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 r fe*, tbii sze type, make one square, flor \e*s constitute a square. * V-. rates aie in legal tender. Specie f I. esrkrt Talue, or at the rate of 3 for Wbat the Methodist General Conference has Done. The New Orleans Christian Ad- vocate thus sums up the acts of im- portance, in the way of change of discipline and policy, effected by the General Conference at its late ses- sion : 1. The name of the church was resolved to change to " Episcopal Methodist Church," provided three- fourths of the members of the seve- ral annual Conferences concur there- in. O O VE JRWilE J2ÍVT« Itteutirt Department. . Provisional Governor. I Private Secretary. ' "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 June 1866

WW mm 1 JortEPU U. P T I wirnru.ti— . T, A. B., h ijijact Prnf<®- ; •* ' *# I l not milr V :-níi-" mm^ m §*^-\f r « ¡ id f A« sale a. iroir, Hi, jC if;i tdi* XI Ansti lttt sanie í ocio court xe ; ¡ni I i vi n Wtít jSonfjiera JÉtlfigenar. AÜSTIK CITY TDOSSDíT. Jl'NE U, 18(6. Edited daring tbe Campaign under the SuperrUion ot TBI EXBCDTITE COMMITTEE, of the Union Party. üníoFtícketT &L. v - niNlOV al Press ofleff el of the enactments of tbe present Con- plrlt Of tilJal rre I p, jg. But such is not the case. FOR GOVERNOR, E. M. -PEA^E, OF TRAVIS COUNTY. POR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, L. LINDSAY, OF FAYETTE COUNTY. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, C. C. BINKLEY, of Grayson Co. FOR COMPTROLLER, JAMES SHAW, of Burleson Co. FOR TREASURER, SAM HARRIS, of Travis Co. FOR COM'R OF THE LAND OFFICE, F. M. WHITE, of Jackson Co. FOR JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT, WM. E. JONES, of Bexar Co. JAS. H. BELL, of Williamson Co. C. CALDWELL, of Grimes Co. Declaration of Principles of (be Union Party of Texas. i. That...

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