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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 June 1866

1 00 atiít Personal- --red to exeeMe job work in H it i <** r . manner that oannot De «urpassed _Jat, 1D 0n term that will not fail to give *¿¡1 3*ie'ffce public are invited to give u a trial. i mbicription are aa follows, in specie: M¡V*">t,a - -«250 1 50 g¡Sft*. r-^ zed to announce Hsnbt MaSkv, of (Te«-'t ""JVodidate for District Attorney of the 2d *£ mirle'at tbe en,uicg election- 5^ |hlrijed to announc William M. Wil- «•* '«uididate for the office of Attorney Gene- ^¿ÍMnifC election. * .Hthorized to announce Capt. G«o. Hah- *'''% didateto represent Travis county in the «".'LaiiHire. ^ .mhorired to announce Col. Thos. W*. * candidate for Commissioner of the Gene- '•"SiOfflce. t the ensuing election. i 1 .nthoriznl to announce Gkoro* J. Dcrham, "'^didste for State Treasurer, at the ensuing i*®*" .nthorized to announce A. D. McGinnis. *« •J. te for Judge of the Second Judicial Dis- ensuing election. Speech by Judge Bell.—Judge James H. Bell will address the people of Travis c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 June 1866

i Wnr.1 - i 7• -,HOn ifufldlns, oaTwy !. ,81 Broadwaj Jfew York, J23£¿SSr«:1 h •&* r^l^tÓgi^SSBÍ" —vb*.'/' -"TV**"*"* <r^ ~. reeforati* fS li I her. l«4k r 1! Ictofc id#; 1 V fc i Is I yjfi-'j i'a ? II i/"i 1 1-: h Sunrise To-morrow. Trae It is that clouds and mist Blot the clear bine weather: True that lip* that once have kissed, Gome no more together. Trac that where we would do good, Evil often follows; Trae that leaves most quit the wood— Summers loose their swallows. True that we most live alone, Dwell with pale dejections, Trae that we most often moan Over crashed affections. Trae that maa bis qaeen awaits, True that sad and lonely Woman through her prison gates Sees her tyrant only. Evil comes and evil goes, Bat it moves me never, For the good—the good it grows, Bads and blossoms ever. What if cherished creeds mast fade ? Faith will never leave as, God preserves what God has made, Nor can Truth deceive us. Let it " light"—the holy light, Friends should fear it never, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 June 1866

c'te et nit jtdWN & FOSTER, mTT is it Irat s mitj of tasg lift?" PUBLISHERS. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1866. NO. 51. *uFSOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, 1 pC0l.lSH*D rVEBV THUBSDAV MORNING. ¿ms-u. sTcurkency. morion for 52 numbers, y*fP° .. ot; 13 94 OA a 50 1 50 ^ gugle copy 10 centi. gtTE!* OF ADVEBTIMI*«. I iKurcSl 50 f°r the first and 75 cents for each I insertion. í<*^•1?>'u,rion, Ü 17 " 9 «> „ . 25 " 11 0° „ -a, " 12 00 « 40 •• 50 ... 52 •• 15 00 •■line or le,l>tlli* size tyPe# n,ake one ¿Zwrii or less constitute a square. tv He sborc ratas are in lepil tender. Specie u Its market ralue, or at the rate of 3 for ifru*3' rlirmlONAL OOTBSNSIENT, Szecvtiv* Department. \ ■ gtmiHon Prorisional Governor. ' y* Home Private Secretary. State Dtpartmuit. a Bell S«cret*ry of State Í5, Sp«ce '<hi#f Cl9rk- VAlnsnder Attorney General. Treasury Department. , a Tnlor Comptroller. ¿.es Chief Clerk. ixBtrrii Treasurer. 57(rGorm n Chief Clerk. General Laud Ofirr. ntáH Wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 June 1866

onprresé ' h„ ; '—. ~——-waj A6W Tork, ohefh U. Pí TE0ü8Tf A. B.. prnr.. X^Th\ f0r a r^ltKo Of fire or ~ of MnT/iAn, Jiir^ . 1.1 i i r . %rjfi h*r'n<r > ' u-mi !5i i ■di I W< of AÁ re 110 andp \\ ever ock É3 0«3 Uí «8. ' ' Ulfi*/ our*, e ' he * fé we TTO'it. sai lpbii eathefc. , grea - ir i and «- íl 70i mía 1 o'c *W| J} lerctafc _ 1 I á i' A f mJ h** r i <¿1 Kit ® £[jc Sott%rir |uttBijmttr. AIXTISCITÍ. THISSBU.JblE ÍI,18S6. Kdited during the Campaign under de Supervision ot THE «XKCUTiVE CMIIKITTBI, oí" the Calón Party. mííoftícketr FOR GOVERNOR, E. M. PEASE, ÓF TRAVIS «ounty. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, L. LINDSAY. OF FAYETTE COUNTY. for attorney oenerai., C. C. BINKLEY, of Grayson Co. for comptrom.ek, JAMES SHAW, of Burleson Co. for treasurer, SAM HARRIS, of Travis Co. for com'r of the i.and 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 or Principles of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 June 1866

a 'gwl and personal. •rfd w execute job work in all it* .saner that cannot De surpassed \±¿. ® * j on term* that will not fail to give psblle are invited to give ua a trial. „f |Ub cription are aa follows, in specie : T 50 -100 tnriied to announce Htm Milir, of lft0*7¡l¿Ídíu' fa* District Attorney of the 3d the ensuing election. ^^thorifd,0 nnounce WH-lia* M. WAU- «Tüdate for tile office of Attorney Gene- \* J^og election. * tfcorized to announce Capt. Gso- Hak- "f ¿Sida^e to represent Travis county in the f'Lt**- J .Prized to announce Col, Twos. W*. Ifi C \~2foiitte for Commissioner of the Gene- íáÜ *' en*ninfir e,pctioD- adiorw'J to announce Gjcorqk J. Durham, '.¡¿ditf f°r Stale Treasurer, at the ensuing «riwrized to snnounce A. D. McGinnis, (••líwfor Jadgeof the Second Judicial Dis- pBDf election. "¡atborized to announce Judge I. B. McFak- "'Vondidate for Judge of the 2d Judicial ensuing election. mthorized to announce Hon. Joh IaciaND, county, as a candidate for Judge of the jBf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 June 1866

«■'brolle. ,od s,,,,,,, £¡¿5. BnlMInpr, óVcon^SÍ ' t ?*' *8' BrOM v°> -Te* Tork, jijg&Eszr"-A B • r'"r-■ uste- "•rr - - P! "i? roaloraii^. not nnlv *c • - - --¡Ta! i 5 | f í 1 a- tiuH rl 1 s n [P* • i >i it i ijff pía fi -i lj-k ntig )áJ In W \*4S 11; \) U ?¡ V& t J- fJoctrs- -?— The Last Home. bt k. g. sh1pherd. Six BUTOW feet of churchyard sod, Whereon the summer grasses ware, And summer daisies gently nod Above the slumber of the grave; All heirs are we by right of birth To this last heritage on earth. And hitherward «or footsteps tend From early childhood's happy hours, By paths where sun and shadew blend, Anil thorns are mingled with the flowers; Till life's long, weary race is past, And we come here to rest at last. Dull care can never enter bere, To leave i la old, unerring trace; All thought of wrong shall disappear, ííor brooding sorrow find a place Where wrapt in slumber long and deep The unconscious dead thro' years shall sleep. The babe that breathes its li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 June 1866

li I s ff> D I — r-*9 gftOVVN A FOSTER, is it Jmt a map of bass life?" PUBLISHERS. 1. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1866. NO. 52. rtiESOUTHERN '.NTELLIGENCER, ' Kill * EVEBV THWWDAY JIOBNIMG. CURRENCY. * cRMS-U. S ■ . f0r 52 numbers, $4 OO L¡¿Poni"-ñ aso 1 - is •< ISO 8 6 OO 7 OO 9 OO 11 (10 12 00 13 50 15 00 ^ii^fCopyiOeenU. ^ giTK"* O* ADVBBTIMNK. __e j! so for the first and 75 cent* for each ¡KSÑ"* * i „p re, P insertions ' 17 " . . 20 " , « 30 " u 40 " ;. 58 " hn«or lm. this size type, make one square. ¿J; «rd <"• lesi constitute a square. The bovf rate are in legal tender. Specie Wjú Its market value, or at the rate of ■! for | gotkbnmeni. tiecuthe Department. I i Hamilton Provisional fiovernor. i i LB¡£ore. Private Secretary. I' Stain Department. „ R,u Secretary of State I Z¿ Spenci"". Chief Clerk. I Alexander Attorney General. Treasury Department. I . o T«lor Comptroller. Chief (:,erk" Z,aurii <• Treasurer. XU Chief Clerk. H General Laud Office. I <...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 June 1866

p^-i*^n?T2ix=5«B* °"l<""r"' '«■*- I anrl «.,.,!. jtjMwugo ' h^--"^*roadway !rew Tork' •l!-' Hl oral,^. 'J1 UUl Ail IV ^ ■ f>v^ -7— t'j ft/ ilij í e la :iti i m shock; he asked that I would return; he was only living until he could throw himself at my feet, thank me, bless me, confess all and die. My answer to my father was my blessing and promise that I would see him at some future time, in this world or the next, and the remittance of a very large sum, which I begged he would invest as he saw fit, and use the income in any way he pleas- ed; if he had no useifor it himself, let it be bestowed in charity. To Wilson I did not write. I sent through my father words of love and affection to him, and tci Eunice. I determined in my own mind never to return home while Wilson lived. In October of last yéar, I received the intelligence of his death. I had, from his declining health, been ex- pecting it; still, when it came, I was shocked, and could not, for a long time, recover. With it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 June 1866

>c oreptred to execute job work in all its *' "** in • manner that cannot oe mi-passed jad on terms that will not fail to give * ^ v>c The public are invited to give u« a trial. ¿ti*® .nbK'ription are aa follows, in specie: (¡tif®* . - $2 50 o-r* - - • • i so gris ■ • • ■ " ^^jhsnks are due Mr. D. L. Cross, of ricinity for the present of a lot of plums ^itraordinary siie, find of rare flavor.— ft# aeasured four or five inches in circum- jreicr ffith the present number of the Intelligen- ce oar first volume. We have labored nionths to publish a paper devoted interests of the people of the whole * try- md of our own city especially. We *¡L¡ge' in the future, to endeavor to give • ^ter attention to the wants and in- vests of the people of Austin, and to do filing in our power to advance their it¡^re We are identified with the people, jjj expect to do all we can for the public > jfe solicit the help of all who feel an ^jt in the prosperity of the city and (jjtr, by way of contr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 June 1866

m t fináf,; i - ero ■ 1 aodu is 4c S'.ll 2 *m i ■ ■ i I 1 The First Gray Hairs. No; let them stay, they speak but truth, My antomn's-day i' Owning, The dream is. past, sweet dream of youth Hair, I accept thy warning. With mournful thought my spirit swells At the wild chime of mémory-bells. tí ... * * Why will we in the present time Of past be ever dreaming? Say, why throughout the storm sublime Is lightning ever gleaming ? Ah, there is naught on earth that quells, The chiming of sad memory-bells. Hopo, garlands fair of fntnre bliss, !, With fancy's pearl is weaving, Alas, we find in world like this, That hope too is deceiving. As on the past our full heart dwells At thy sad chiming, memory-bells. In youth all earth was passing bright, And life with joy was beaming, But hidden in each flower was blight, And happiness was seeming. Yet charm me with thy mystic spells, With thy sweet chiming, memory-bells. Why speak ye of the cruel wrong That I am ever grieving? I would forget, forgive,...

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

BROWN & FOSTER, "Hfcat is it but a map ®f tmsg life?" VOL. II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1866. TBÍ SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, IS PUBLISHED KVKBV THURSDAY MOBNINO. tekms-u. sTcurrency. ^•eriution for 02 number 94 OO .. Qfi " 350 26 13 Y> gicgle copy 10 cents. baten of adtebtinnu. t 30 One Square $1 50 for the first And 75 centa for each gjdtfonal insertion. nna Sanare, 8 Insertions 8 6 00 « " 12 " 7 50 „ .. 17 " 9 00 „ .• 25 " 11 00 „ <« 30 " 12 00 „ •• 40 " 13 50 „ - se " 15 00 Ten linea or lea , thia aize type, makn one iquare. Qfbty word or leas conatltute a square. Jr The above ratea are in legal tender. Specie vcd t its market value, or at the rate of 3 for • far «pecie. PB9TIMONAL GOVERKimCNT. Executive Department. ¿ J. Hamilton Provisional Governor. f \V. Moore Private Secretary. Stale Department. junes H. Bell Secretary of SUte Joicph Spence Chief Clerk. ft'm. Alexander Attorney General. Treasury Department. J.E Taylor Comptroller. Geo. C. Ri*ea Chief Cl...

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

jJ Dfc t«l<* :t I ®|e Sairf|>ern fnttHigtnttr. AUSTIH CITY, THÜR8DAY, JBtY 6, 1866. I * trii% S Off, c- 4 b id h' ■ f Am I n® , ami 1 )j ever. . >ck tc ' o«s «> «a. :, fidc? OUÉT , we.*; hm" «• el sal* i phii a i her.. I***- 8t, O't ■" M .Hfi"; V i crw 11 Important Circular. — Capt. Rives, acting Comptroller, has issued a circular to Assessors and Collect- ors appointed by the provisional gov- ernment, notifying them that they are to continue in the discharge of their official duties until the provis- ional government ceases to exist, either by order of the President or by act of Congress, and until they are officially notified to that eifect. The official order will be found in our advertising columns. We are informed by a gentleman from Bastrop county, that on last Saturday week, two negro boys were killed on Cedar creek in Bastrop county. We understand the affair is undergoing judicial investigation, and await further accounts. A man named Charles Barnett is charged w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 July 1866

i A Cflfol flní> Personal. to execute job work in all its ¡^'"uer that cannot be surpassed * j on term* that will not fail to give r^ The public are invited to give us a trial. , ^notion area* follows, in specie: of •8"en'T . $2 50 ■ 1 SO 1 00 fliff!cdy-pl^Iedy- 1(Ction baa come and gone. Many P e ?,n.jidate3 went up that stream no- tor its bt*y <lualities> w* hear «bo preferred passing up a tin fix- Ufa rpout.'' We hear of some ' ^jj rteri g tbe steamer " Reliance," ' ,¡sb them a safe journey; and we r f j (|jat under the guidance of the Í Captain they will be safely I it their place of destination " right ...The Circus was here two days while we cannot say aught ¡heir performances, we have had an , of their want of courtesy to the "grerj darkie who ceuld " raise the • os there in all his glory, and on T tspecially, the city looked as if all ^^"and Dinahs in the land had Austin We saw a man the ' j r rrbo had surely got hold of some «boat-bead"—he went down the I ft cheeri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 5 July 1866

hematic* and Natural ScW>nr, . JfWEru U. Pílsteoopt, A. B., <H,iact Prof * Swennoo BVfidVñ*rVa"cOT¡TC^'. **,8! Br< «lway *Tew York, niu-. for a jvrriitge of fire or > sra tP*V*rjp**r?A¿ka&- ■■ -r i «— • ^ _ [bi« rea tora tire. not nulv Vfi É m ♦ i 1 J Poctrg. Four Hundred Tears Ago. Wild were thy plains, Colombia, Thy plains of evergreen; And ne'er before upon thy share Were foreign footprints seen; Bat thro' thy groves the garage roved, Where mountain streamlet! flow, Where brare Golnmbqs crossed the seas, Four hnadred years ago! With heart of steel that feared ne ill, With followers trae and brave, He bade farewell to his native dell, And tried the treach'rous wave; Be dared to roam the ocean foam, Where stormy breeses blow, And to thy shore glad tidings bore, Four hundred years ago t Faith was the guide—Faith true and tried- That cherished bim on bis way, And pointed out the pathless route To where thine i3Íets liy; Hope was the star which shone afar, With bright ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 July 1866

¡r-óií/ is it imt a mag 0f busg life? PUBLISHERS á CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1866. INTELLIGENCER, , IVS V THCBSDAir MOBNIKG. as-u. sTcurrency. :g •• 150 e topi10 cenU". {, 50 for the first and 75 cenU for each ¡¿ertioa. 9 00 11 OG 12 00 13 50 15 00 u- this size type, make one square. ijjT, lea constitute a square. ^ rates are in legal tender. Specie f1* mirket value, or at the rate of J tor ^ilOflAI' GOVERNMENT. Ettrii/frf Department. Provisional Governor. " Private Secretary- Stdtt Department. Secretary of State Chief Clerk. Attorney General. Treasury Drpartment. Comptroller. " Chief Clerk. *" Treasurer. *" Chief Clerk General Laud Offire. , nvjte Commissioner. * Chief Clerk. Lunatic Asylum. Superintendent. ' Daf anti Dumb Institute. 1 Vis NoW&nd Superintendent. State Penitentiary. f (gjfcj Financial Agent. C rother« Superintendent. aB4 QtparWre of Ihr ITIaiU. - ■«, -Leaves Tuesday^Thursdays and Satur- ^1-im- closet mme days, at 11 a. m. Airives i«"Thnrsd y tti ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 July 1866

JntfEFH U. P^NTECV>«T, A. B-. u.Him't T>Wo. ^— way JTew York, f « "U ^"0n'ír0í!d hnr«i ! í*jir««i.«W- -r.l —J ' \ ¡ .Venn*, for a jvmltjro of fire nr *-— . * " i É if-j* i J' ' •[• - *:x7M ■■ $ ' ' - * :i ■ ¡ 1 I. Í g j)t ¿Ml" Jgjtllifltnttr fr™8SMr, jmt 19, 1866^ Rumors. We observe in our exchanges va- * rious rumors about the appointment of Gov. Pease as Provisional Gover- nor of this State. No such appoint- ment has been made nor likely to be .made. No Union man in the State, we feel assured, would accept such an appointment, if tendered, since the people have declared their choice for Governor. In the event of a necessity for naming a Provisional Governor, we have no doubt that Dr. Throckmorton would be the man. This rumor, we believe, originated in this place, and was understood and intended as a hoax, merely to pro- duce a laugh and to ease the mind of a badly subjugated Union man. This is all there is of it. There is no doubt in the mind of any Union man, nor has there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 July 1866

ft local and Personal. _.tred to execute job work in all its ft V ? J, manner that cannot tie «orpaued I 10 and on term* that will not fail to give J \ P 'The public are invited to give us a trial. J . • tjon are ag follows, in specie: - - §2 50 pi*;.. . - - • 1 ¡50 %*£* • • • • 100 0lfSleOy*p|W|«dF' ft ut pleased to see considerable im- eut being made on the streets under •^Irrisión of our efficient City Marshall * yjcj,0|s We understand that Dr. ^¡jjjuer contemplates building a two- * bui'^'Di on ^venue uPon site ^jbo« where the old Land office stood. * , pleased to see a spirit of improve- ' guesting itself among men of means midst. The place for the foundation lifted Smith and Abner H. Cook's new .¡¡tffflg « bein8 du&> and we may 800n look ^ ¿e structure to be reared. The fine stone ^ding under course of erection by Robinson ¡jote, baa met with a temporary delay, ^ting tüe completion at the foundry of its ^pificent iron front Judge George F. ^tlias returned to the city Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 19 July 1866

J 1 tUJlt A.' I. ^Sn-on.n.. 'ea¿<d S . T8I Broadivflf *« ^ **•***•• i ro?f jot f r j t!i« BwenNoa fSafldiiter, on Conor ;'' ¡ Mn'btrjnatic «nd Natural ScVnr -. | v.«eniú-. for * • :> I JnHeru II. Pá.VTECOPT. A. B - " * ' ' ~V#Í . ^ " ■ • r - tip :c~- I bis reeforativg. not nulv *o 1850. ESTABLISHED 1850. , | {toixg Walking along tbe street the other day, we picked np the following beautiM line , evi- dently cat from a newspaper for the purpose of preservation, which they richly deserve. Seldom have we met with poetry, as foil fraught with tender, rational feeling; and we do not envy the heart which ean read these lines as they should be read slowly, thought- folly, appreciatingly, and not "find the tear unbidden start." The wail of a world-weary heart as it moans in the second stanza, is to us peculiarly touching. We have no idea wh« is the author, but if as seems to be sug- gested by the signature, and by one expres- sion in the last stanza, it be from the pen of a womaD, she...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 July 1866

4 FOSTER ST í is it tot rnraj of Imsi life?" PUBLISHERS. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS,. THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1866. NO. 4 <^rtgER.N INTELLIGENCER, tlSH*" ***** THCR3DAV M0"1"®- tj. sTcurrency. ^ (of 3 number., .......J"""** ® If® .. 1 SO r 10 centa. jjiifWPy1 , ji 30 for the first and 75 cents for each * 6 00 . *i'rtion 7¿5 '* "" 9 00 l" .. 11 00 „ 12 00 ® .. I". 13 50 JJ •• 15 00 I— thi size type, wake one square, le constitute a square. rates are in legal tender. Specie f «m*rket ralue, or at the rate of J for gtt " I^IOXAL GOVEBNMBNT. Sucutite Department. Provisional Governor. Flour*- Private Secretary. State Department. ., Secretary of State cm* o¿rk. f. ¿Sir'-* Attorney General. Tftujury Department. . ...Comptroller. tfflPl"'";; ....Chief Clerk. ^ ...Treasurer. """ Chief Clerk general Land Office. .¡m Commissioner. Chief Clerk. Lunatic Asylum. Ls Superintendent. ' VtaJ and. Dumb Inttitute. ■1 Tu Noirand Superintenflent. 1 State Penitentiary. „• j¡¡¿, Financial Aaent. * [¿others • Supe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 July 1866

ckü ij. pü.ntecoft, a. *>r of MntiuwHurg. , , V*enit«-. for « ¡vhiltgo of fire or «••Juact Prof-p* i %Q<| fc4r«C!r . "^J*ara )^*%**rpA.*ky- - >T#l aeH tr—~ H&. a_ ®|e gmrfjittn gnttHigmttr. AUSTIN CITT, THURIDAY, JULY 26, 186$. # Mfir' y*w K! ■ 1 h L Ob Reading-Again. In our last issue, we presented some thoughts upon reading as an accomplishment to be practiced for the benefit or gratification of others; we wish at this time to say a few words on the subject of reading, as a means of acquiring knowledge, or enlarging our stock of ideas. The former is practiced audibly, for the benefit of others; the latter is most generally inaudible, as it is for the use of the reader only. We incline strongly, however, to the opinion, that this latter mode of reading should be practiced audibly much more frequently than is. the case; for reasons which will be obvious in the sequel. We desire to address our present remarks mostly to young persons, or at any rate to such as are now for...

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