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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 July 1866

2 *1 Neto ^bocríiscments. fetal aní Personal i mired to execute job work in I1 it* « manner tbmt cannot oe cnrpaased 10 j on term* that will not fail to give ^'rht public are invited to gire ua a trial. 0f jubicriptiou are i i follows, in specie: - *2 50 1 50 *. 1 00 Bi^icdy*piRled]r' |or the manufacture of ice is 1 te¿ in this city. The members of "^oiiig Legislare will prize this as a * . -ortant acquisition to the comforts of tal City. The heretofore heated de- *L'¿f this body will now find a " cooling ***.. yfe wiH hope it may serve to keep ^ toper equilibrium Our old and tirae- friend, Ernst Raven, is adding hie ^ the way of improving the city, by the ^oon of o tren building. Talk aboat your fronts, Ernst is a shade ahea'd. Gome " Cernen, pile on your brick, rock and when the " winds blow and the rains *¡r they will stand, for they will be of the right material On last -¿4 evening, while the band of the 6th rlw were entertaining quite a number of * ,jt¡jens, both gentlemen and ...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 26 July 1866

poctrn. H I I Smile and be Contented. The world grows old, and mea grow cold To each whilst seeking treasure; And what with want, and care, and toil, We scarce have time for pleasure. But never mind—that is a loss Not much to be lamented : Life rolls on gaily if we will But smile and be contented. If we are poor, and would be rich, It will not be by piaiag; No! steady hearts and hopeful minds Are life's bright silver lini&g. There's ne'er a man that dared to hope Hath of his choice repented ; The happiest souls on earth are those Who smile and are contented. When grief doth come to rack the heart, And fortune bids ns sorrow, From hope we may a blessing reap And consolation borrow. If thorns will rise where roses bloom, It cannot be prevented ; So make the best of life you can, And smile and be contented. Kind Smiles for All. bv frederick pabmen1kr. The sunshine beams on all alike, On rich and poor the same— Ne'er heeding once the dress or look, The station or the name; Then why ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 August 1866

i fy 4 FOSTER, Ti < A W "SSSfeat is it but a maj of trasj lift? PUBLISHERS. VOL II- CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1866. NO. 6. SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, I ' eVEBV THURSDAY MOBStMG. rtRMS-U. S. CURRENCY. , * JafcrSS «mm *™ Y? :g .. ?sS copy 10 cent . giTES OF ADVKBTWn«. I ^rr fl SO for tbe first anil 75 cents for rach K^iMortlon. : 7 '« 9 ue * ii .. 11 00 ' ~ .. 12 00 I JJ .. 13 50 ! 58 " 15 00 male one square. f<ilw«orl€«^tlii «ze type, ' ,ord or lew constitute a square. di Tt' boTP r*teg are in legsl tender- sPecle I ^ « market ralue, or at the rate of 3 for i**"* —————— llfiwl and Departure of the Mails. ^Leate Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- *7l2 m- closes same days, at 11 a m. Arrives iitThursdays snd Saturdays, at 12 p. m. ' ***** Wednesday , Fridays and Uúiat* • m-: closes previous evenings at 9. Ii*3MnmuT«, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12 p.m. I^-Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8 a. ¿¿a previous evenings at 7. Arrives Fridays bgjin st 6 p. 1)1- -Leaves on We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 August 1866

? •-P; 1?! 1 í) i s \ Cjjt Ümrfj tnt Jntelligtnttr. AUSTIN CITT, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1866. *■ ' ' ' Frontier Protection.—We con- tinue to receive the most deplorable accounts of Indian depredations on the frontier. The line is being con- stantly harrassed. People are mur- dered, and their stock driven off. We give, elsewhere an outline of the accounts received within a week. We have no doubt that the Indians are accompanied in most instances by lawless white men, who, if caught, should be dealt with as enemies of the human race. The opinion is entertained by frontier men that white men are at the head of most of these parties. We learn that a large party of raiders recently appeared in Kerr county, committing depreda- tions and spreading terror along their entire track. The party that lately came into Kendall county, was doubtless a portion of the same com- pany. The subject of frontier, protection has been a constant theme in Texas for years; but it seems as if the people are doome...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 August 1866

anb Personal. t peep red to execute job work in all ite *rf -a , manner that cannot be surpassed «nil on term* that will not fail to give * ■ The public are invited to give us a trial. 0^°°'' nf aubscription are as lollows, in specie : V*" . ' . . . «3 50 0*1*'. months, 1 50 1 00 A Suggestion. gT what motive the guardians of the peo - interests, the County Court of Travis of >( were actuated in their location of ¿ti dVi * j¡[í¡ed- jsrtcords i* 0! Coartb°u3e ot the count7i we are not ifl- History does not reveal the secret; are found which throw any light the question; nor have we yet found individual hardy enough to venture a _ (ttare upon that point, except one, whoj ¿u «ry sagacious look, " supposed it was xi¡¡se ^ey had the lot." It appears that Sute authorities, in laying out the plan /lie city marked that particular lot as the .faarthouie Square," not from any idea that .1t¡ the most suitable and convenient place $ ¡t, but simply because it had to be some- ^ere and, on the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 9 August 1866

© E a i 18§0. ESTABLISHED M 1 JJoetrg trith the Stars a d Stripes Aroand Him. " We found bim as he had fallen from his horse, hia sword still finnjy graspe'l m hts hand, and the flag he died defending drawn aeross his breast. He looked as though he had gone to sleep, expecting every moment to be aroused by a call to arms. There was not a clear eye among us when one of his friends severed two ringlets from the many that clustered his forehead to '3end heme' to his mother and betrothed. He was buried as he was fouHd—the flag, the sword, the sol- dier, in one grave?"—¿««era from the Rio Órande. Let him lie in the dark narrow grave you have made— Let him lie, as dying you found him; Let him sleep with his hand on the dinted blade, And the Stars and Stripes around him. But first cut a lock from his long chestnut hair, For one that the hero left weeping, And another "send home," and with them tell where The son and the lover are sleeping. When long winter nights, at the home of his birth,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 August 1866

DROWN & FOSTER VOL H. «^SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, nú KVE« THURSDAY MOANING. STCURRENCY. w *«13 " 1 50 ^Single copy 10 cents. BATE* OF Al VEHTINinr«. , ^ ¿| 50 for the first and 75 cents for each u^nal insertion. o**?."* 4 in^lions' * « 17 " '• •• 2S " . - . •• 40 " . - 52 " inline or less, this size type, make one square. iUords or less constitute a square. :«P The above rates are in legal tender. Specie J%fd t its market raiue, or at the rate of 3 lor ! (t "**''■ t C 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 1 50 15 00 'ífárml and Departure of the Mail*. igdffs.—Leaves Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur- rrs ro. closes saine days, at 11 a- m. Arrives í2¡i «~Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12 p. m. Leaves Wednesdays, Fridays and ■ irfm, ' 7 a- in-: c,ose8 previous evenings at 9. 'ifvrrtMondays,Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12p- m. lua —Leaves Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8 a. j-doses previous evenings at 7. Arrives Fridays Jjnndsys at 6 p. m. (tirM# — Leaves on Wednesdays, Fridays and ¿Lfrn, st 2 p. m-; close...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 August 1866

«nr of M<•* •« «rrriitgo ¿f fi'vT'r"~--"a> bíT^f*'/ ftf+nr*.í U~J m \%: I l itli ch, :f j a i -T-. kl , *V TEXAS LEGISLATURE. Fwday, Aug. 10,1866. Senate met. Pray** by the chap- láin. RolF called, quorum present, and the journal of yesterday read and adopted. ' „ The following Standing Commit- tees were announced: 1. Judiciary.—Record, chairman, Cook, Guinn of Cherokee, Shelley, Parker, Lane, Sellman, Stell, Ney- land,. Rapdall and Boyd, 2. Printing.—Bumpass, ch'rman, Blount and Coppage. 3. Contingent Expenses.—Saúf- ley, chairman, Güinn of Angelina, and Reed. 4. Finance.—Guinn of Cherokee, chairman, Foscue, Bumpass, Shelley, Shannon, Littleton, Knox, Yarboro, and Reed. On motion of Mr. Reed, Mr.Knox was excused until Monday morning, 13th inst. Senator Guinn of Angelina offered a resolution, that the committee on Printing be instructed to contract with the publishers of the State Ga- zette and the Southern Intelligencer, for ten numbers of each tri-weekly issue for each membe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 August 1866

IfrgrájjOT Jnfelfigtitttr. ^CITY, THURSDAY. AFGPST16,1866. ^ Tbe Legislature. jftbe teachings of Lavater and | ,^jjeím are true, in reference to ¿moral and mental characters of the present Legislature of Tex- t is not inferior to any of its prede- (e3gors, in tact, talent, efficiency and ^triotism. Guided by the lights of Ljognomy and phrenology, we ^te not to say that the large ^ponderance of frank, open coun- ■lances and well developed crani- 0 to be seen in both houses, indi- 0te the presence of liberal senti- jents, and intelligence of a high 'jiff. True, there are new faces ltd young men in this body, who, for j few days, may feel awkward in l^slative harness; but, with a wil- ^ness to do their duty, coupled to | jg freshness and vigor which they ioubtless possess, they will soon ac- omódate themselves to their novel poBtioBS, and achieve a greater gKjant and variety of labor than ¿ase more hackneyed in legislation, jjd, consequently, slower in action, fhile there are some in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 16 August 1866

m a i i Should E'er rled. If jovr should e'er get married, John, I'll tell yon what to do— Go get a little tenement, Just big enough for two! And one spare room for company, And one spare bed within it— And if you'd begin lore's life aright, You'd better thus begin it. In furniture be moderate, John, And let the stuffed chairs wait; One looking glass will do for .both Yourself and loving mate; And Brussels too, and other things Which make a fine appearance, If you can better afford it, they Will better look a year beuce. Soma think they must hare pictures, John, Superb and costly, too; Your wife will be a picture, John, Let that suffice for you. Remember how the wise man said, A tent and love within it, Is better than a splendid bouse, With bickerings every minute. And one word as to cooking,'rJohn— Yonr wife can do that best; For love to make the biscuit rise, Is better far than yeast. No matter if each day you don't Bring turkey to the table, 'Twill better relish by-and-by, When y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 August 1866

jHOWN 4 FOSTER VOL ii it Imt s nraj 0f bass life?' II. PUBLISHERS. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1866. SrioüTHERÜ INTELLIGENCER, * fCBLISHSD KVKiV THURSDAY MOBNIKQ. sTcurrenoy. ¿^onforl number , ............... 94 OO ; «i3 •• i «o P cingle copy 10 cents. BATES OF ADVERTHINU. gjiureil 50 for the tir«t and 75 cenu for each iniertlon. - , 8 insertions 12 " t u IT " „ « 25 " 30 " 40 5Í $ 6 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 . 12 00 . 13 50 . 15 00 t* lines or lew, this size type, make one square. •jf* word or leaa constitute a square. «-tor wora or coo Tar The «bo " rate* ,re in ,e8 ' tender. Specie _«*) ,, its msrket Talue, or at the rate of 3 for "ífriral Dfpartare of ihr iflaila. a-jjj* —Leaves Tuesday , Thursdays and Satur- closes same days, at 11 a. m. Arrives "... Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12 p. m. '^Antonio.—Leaves Wednesdays, Fridays and JJ- st 7 a- m.: closes previous evenings at 9. Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12 p.m. jto —Leaves Wednesdays and Saturday* at 8 a eloies ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 August 1866

„ ■uu ^auif§ I A B.. «Jjuuct Prec- ie {A* emit- *• *4 U f® "00 Banding""oa~Con^ 1 . **'T8f «roadway irewr York, II-. for a jvrriitga of fire nr .tfrifrrv^ ¿ ., * ' ■*■■ 53* w reetor*tin 2 not ttmr *a v i -ij I i if p?-* T'V .ifa< ■ l &> J *Um It f j Li 3 2-* • m w i J *tl Ii r, Foscue, Jowers, Knox, sr._7 Littleton, Nayland, Randolph, Record, Shelley, Stell, Warren and Yarbro. , Senator Gvrinn of Cherokee offered a resolution, instructing the Judiciary conmiittefe to enquire into the expedi- ency of amending Articles &&,' 66 and 58 of the Penal Code, Part II, Title 1, and such other provisions as the committee may think best, to make the Code conform to the Con- stitution as amended, and report by bill or otherwise. Adopted. Senator Record moved a suspen- sion of the rule, in order to take np the joint resolution reported by the Judiciary committee, as a substitute for the bill repealing so much of the Act of Nov. 22, 1859, as relates to printing Journals of the Le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 August 1866

^ CUT, THURSDAY, ABGUST 23, 1866' ^ e Bight Way. •etY is based on concession, 4 free government founded on 0 pr0m¡ses; and only selfish men tod Partie: í^pa in tl ¿ts enuring to their advantage.— !jy late war developed extreme sen- ■pflts and a fierce antagonism of ftjfllpl- . # «i • ties insist on all concessions Frank L. Cleaves, June 25, " Donald Campbell, " 27, " Alfred H. Graham, " 29, " Rob't J. Rodgers, July 1, " Elbridge Perry, " 1, " Samuel J. Moore, " 1, " Chas. Goldberg, " 1, " William Graham, August 4, " Mexican Kewg. A "revolution" came off in Mata- m their favor and all compro- moras on the 12th inst., resulting in the overthrow of the government of Caravajal. He escaped to Browns- ville. Gen. Lew. Wallace and other Americans in Matamoras at the time crossed to this side. The movement was political. No opposition, and no loss of life or property. It is said Canales is proclaimed Governor of Tamaulipas. Gen. Pedro Hinejosa (Juarist) is in command of the forces. The move...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 23 August 1866

e* and >atur«l Scfcnoa. J^rii II. P 7Ecost, A B.. n.Jjuact Prn'«. A* en tu- J t iwennon Building 0^ ^! **•*«* Rroadw " • 'or * ptrrfUge of five or ~— BtfrngMtrpJUUvti- - . J#1 TOI *foadway .Tew York, ■^SV>p ri\ Jii reelor*tiv|, x|^' not o'llv *c '• >;•- m i 1 ▲t> Wtf an li aun > fi íitli fife: "i i, £ t Ld 1 I [e t 1 lan bo f L a r ytfgttg. The Infidel Md HI DangM«r< Suggested by rea* ng graph, describing the ®, .. dauebter. on &OU M.. W "^riiTk.d'.k. the eve of her death, ^ be woaW haTe CTa"'u? «Í molbers: . t « Tb. top f d"Jbb'^wCOm",g ^ Mr father, o'er my brow, -Thepaat, with all its scenes, has fled, And I must turn me now To that dTm future, which in vain My ejes seek to descry i Tell me, my father, m this hour, In whose belief to die. «« In thine? I've watched thy scornful smile, And heard thy withering lose, Whene'er the Christian's bumble hope ' Was placed above thine own ; I've heard thee speak of coming deatn Without a shade of gloom, And laugh at all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 August 1866

C> V, ,' r|L v [{OWN ^ FOSTER is it toti a map fff Jmsg lift?" PUBLISHERS. VOL II. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1866. NO. 9. ¡¡SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, j3 ftjBUSHKD EVERT THVBSDAY M0BNISC rEKMS-u. STcurrency. number,, ...---«.J84 OO ^ .. 13 «• 1 SO y'gjigle copy 10 cent . BATES OF ADTEBTHIIWJ. , Square «1 50 for the first and 75 cents for each jjilion&l inicrtíoii. ,8qnnre, 8 insertions, 17 " , « 25 " .. 3ft " , « 40 u , « 5i " ■- line or lea , thi size type, make one «quare. jot word or leas constitute a square. .y The above ratea are. in legal tender. Specie at it market ralue, or at the rate of 3 for * *neeie' $ 6 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 írriral and Departure ef Ihr nail*. -Leave Tuesday , Thuridaya and Satur- | jo m; cióse a ame day , at 11 a- m. Arrive üáirí.Thursday and Saturday , at 12 p. m. r~ jnttrnio.—Leaves Wednesday , Friday and lt 7 . m.; close previous evenings at 9. !tm Mondays, Thursday# and Saturdays, atl2p-m. \a —Leaves Wednesday a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 August 1866

i Joitru ' irtr c\C \| " '" Dd *®>"rVi Sd^r*. w f* ?*en*oa Building, oa cw£¿' **- *81 Broad war w . ., t..* ^TECt^T, A. B., lu^iact Proff*- L„,« ¿3^ * PjMltge of fire or -—, i¥ i«w*i%--,t, ^ ,. T°rl1* 'VCfiu -i uaio ■llflUiM,' J™ rc«(or*tirg. *|£ -rj—er not nnlv r> '«ni t - int. I m 11 w p fl i Ir m For the unexpired term ending March 4th, 1871r it appeared that Hon. D. G. Burnet had received 65 votes, Hon. John Hancock had re- ceived 43 votes, and Hon. E. M. Pfease had received 7 votes. Mr. Burnet having received a ma- jority of all the votes cast by both houses, he was declared, by the Speaker of the House of Represen- tatives, duly elected U. S. Senator for the unexpired term ending March 4th, 1871. Nominations being in order for the unexpired term ending March 4th, 1869, Senator Nay land nominated Hon. 0. M. Roberts; Senator Brown nominated Hon. Wm. Stedman ; Se- nator Jowers nominated Hon. W. B. Ochiltree; Senator Shannon nominat- ed Hon. D. B. Culberson; Senator Record n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 August 1866

© |p04mr Jfttitlligtitctr. h^^JPESDAY AgGPST 30, 1866. U. S. sew ®" pavid G. Burnet and Judge uVberts have been elected bys ll filature to represent Texas & ^nate of the United States. '.Ser tbese gentlemen can or *\ ke the oaths of office required ^ : and why they should have ? fleeted for positions to which ^are ineligible, is a question outside of Texas, will be an- ^ by saying that we do not de- • to be represented in the Cong- * 0f the Union. Judge Burnet, ^twenty-five years ago, held the jJTggt office in the gift of Texas ; ¿ then his term expired lapsed ¿to poUtical obscurity, from which rescued by vote of the Le- ojtnre. In the heavy sea of party S succeeding the storm of civil Vr the crew of the ship of state ¿oáld consist of men of iron nerve strong handed and clear headed. Judge Hancock, a man in every way lined to meet and grapple with the fancies of the times—a profound jgjgt, an eloquent and logical deba- jo and a firm friend of the adminis- tran, was Mr. Burnet's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 30 August 1866

ntbou*tt A. B., • -- for a prMltgaof > >?T'"".«*ar«a '**■ ^t.i £2S fJoettfl. iN , I ft f i Bankydorj. One of the bays am I, That always am in clover; With spirits light and high, Well known am I all over. I'm always to be foand At singing, in my glory; With yonr smiling faces round, It's then I'm hankydory. Ri ta di na, «te. Now if a man is poor, Relations all will shan bim; And should he owe a bill, His creditors will dan him. But let him make a hit, Then its quite a different story; How they'll fawning come aroond, Jnst because he's hunkydory. Ri tu di nu, etc. A barber full of airs, He takes to goiog arter; A gay Fifth avenue belle, A Wall street broker's daughter. He swears that he's a Count, And she believes his story; Tbey meet upon the sly, And soon he's hunkydory 1 Ri tn di nu, etc. A fast young dry goods clerk, He loves a maiden slightly; She being one of the gals, He goes to see her nightly. His salary is small, So from his boss' store, he Fine presents makes his dea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 September 1866

BROWN & FOSTER is it iwt a mag af Imsg lift?" VOL. H. CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAYT^SEPTEMBER 6, 1866. PUBLISHERS. NO. Kx thÍSOIíTHER?Í INTELLIGENCER, ,- pCBtlSHKO EVBBV THtTRSDAY MOBNING. tefms-U. STcurrenoy. > for 52 number , 84 O® • 26 " 50 •• i3 •' t a® £• ¿ingle copy 10 cents. BATE* of advebtimn«. apotre SI 50 for the first and 75 cents for each ^SSoasI ¡naertion. Square, 8 insertions «6 00 * 17 '• 900 . .. 25 " 11 00 ■„ 30 '• 12 00 „ .. 40 «' 13 50 , .. 52 " 15 00 Ten line or less, this size type*, make one square. jjord* or less constitute a square. HP The above rates are in legal tender. Specie rPrtJred *t its market ralue, or at the rate of 3 for i bt gc"8- ■ jrriral and Departure of the Ifflail . fonftm— Leaves Tuesday , Thuradays and Satur- . _ ,t 12 m; closes same days, at 11 a. m. Arrives T^daTS"Thursdays and Saturdays, at 12 p. m. Antonio.—Leaves Wednesdays, Fridays and ■ jjjn at 7 a- m.; closes previous evenings at 9. ¡ ire«Mondays,Thursdays and Saturday , a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 September 1866

M^hwna. le- nd n'j ^ BulirtVnffroamcon^ !' *«* «roadway !(ew York i^.U. P^TECWRT, A. B., prnr.._ ! for ^WltRO of fir"'* ^oa*"8« I *1- ' — - 9 aw ¥or"« V/>/ nr >" miouira — ,üi U' 1 HI. I „ J fiia roetoratire i±_W not — jr m . . . ^ « o 14 MK f i/p .: I ( -I \m m r i • ! s On motion of Senator McDade, the Senate proceeded to elect a Pre- sident pro tern., and Senators Mo Dades Saufley and Knox were ap. points! Tellers. . ~ Senator Shannon nominated Sena- tor R. U. Guinn. Senator Ouinn received 27 votes, and Senator Birney 1 vote. Senator Guinn having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared elected President pro tem. Senator Truitt, chairman of com- mittee on Private Land Claims, to which was referred petition of Peter Norton, reported from said commit- tee a bill for the relief of Peter Nor- ton, and recommended its passage; and also made an individual report, adversely to the granting of the re- lief sought. Reports received, to come up in their order. Senator ...

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