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

\ gj,( gimtbern jfnttdigmccr. THUE8DAV, HQ?. IS, 1866. SCOTT, Editor. The People's Decision ingress claimed to have jurisdic* pu of the question of reconstruc- pon, t0 prescribe terms and conditions on which States might be jggtored to the exercise of suspended 0 forfeited rights, and also, the • y 0 demand statutory and con- jiitutional guaranties against the ^petition of political offences which subverted State governments, jnd placed States in antagonism to . nation. The President emphat- jjjlly denied that Congress possessed jjjg jurisdiction and powers asserted • jj,e premises, and claimed that the Executive proclamation of amnesty sBd restoration was the paramount jathority, wiping out the political jins of States and individuals, and ^resting them with all their for- feited political rights; and further, ¿ t the Acts of Congress were un- constitntional nullities until partici- pated in by the States, reconstructed onder his exclusive direction, and re- stored to their former ...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 15 November 1866

Mn'hematíe indííS "If* Binding,° oa^Coaírosí '. ^ *®* Broadway !f«w Torb" «Ioíkpu u. P^TEOixrr. A. B «_ , Aténiu*. for « ' fn^wtorativp «jgtVS] not oalr |n ¡ijiít *—| ^ V/A% g>* IT A m*%~ *• M f:j :i •ijf ií ti* ft Eve. Post Oar F 1?"' h t flftwéd at Lexington u.„uu aha ««« ^ ^ crimsoned brigbt^^*^ qu^ a The blood that and above Pacific'. it flows in vein8 that swell « dark Atlantic's strand. It binds in one vast brotherhood, tbe trapper With°men6who9e citiest glass themselves in Erie's classic breast; . , __ . And those to whom September bring. tbe fireside's social hours With those who see Decenas brow en- wreathed with gorgeous flowers. From where Columbialaaghs tdgr«t lh® smiling western ware, To where Potomac sighs beside the patriot hero's grate; And from the streaming everglades to Huron a lordly flood, . .. . The glory of the nation'3 past thrills through a kindred blood. Wherever Arnold's name is told it dyes the cheek with shame, And glows with pride o.cr Bunker HiI or ...

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

1 & FOSTER, II. h it tat a traj mí tas¡ lité?' CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS,"" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1866. M 1 M STsoUTHERN intelligencer, I ffflUJH«D KVERV THrmSDAY MOMIKO. ¿tms-u. stourrenoy afilón for 52 numbers W - 26 " « 13 " Single copy 10 cent* ^ _ gATE* 0V APVEBTIMNO. ^|[r n so for the first and 75 cents for emch "gTS i® " 7 50 * ,, i? " 900 ' " « « 11 00 : « - ww in " 13 50 ; „ ¡2 15 00 uu<nr let*, tfau size type, mske one square. T® or le constitute a sqosre. • The «bore rate are in legal tender. Specie I t iti market ralne, or at the rate of 3 for *#«*«• mmd Departan f the Mai la. - — —Arrives Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, r-T Departe Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, ¡Si Mail closes at 11 a. m. Ü«« .-Armes Friday, Sunday and Tuesday, *T«r oepsrts Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, MtSieloses at 9 p. m. day previous. •L-Arrires Thursday, Saturday and Monday, VTL Depirts Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, í« i" ■ Hall closes at 9 p. m. day previous. ruárú.—Arrives Wednesday, Friday a...

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

ItEftn rgr F~Olí inr"* A^°iir Pmf., ■ rhA" *? ia-T t0 Pahtfc, that harjuj" leál¿d I a M b.tn« t¡c «nd Natural Sc'^nr.- j . * 1s*r®n' 0n Bulldlnpr, on C'onfrres* '. ' U. Psatecx-t. A R « for a t*Ml— ,r , tü- p^tec^t, a. b.. «íívnn-* t>— compXvt. yv^ T8I Broadway !T<evr Tnrb . í«reetoraJÍT^ ^rW not only V "i « ,®|jt Smdbtrn ^tifelligmtti:. • II. V att mt f Pi I :f| !§ \{ t fl 1l r) '1 i ft m 0 © AtisTiv €nrr;_TH55£!í!u??I^JSLÍ^' The Campalín ®nd lts Now that the din of the conflict is ¡hushed, and tie smoke of the battle- field is blown aside, it may not bt> improper to indulge in some remarks concferning the character of the cam- paign, the issues involved and the results of a decisive republican vic- tory. The Conservative campaign against Congress, like Napoleon's last great effort, was a hundred days straggle, ending in a Waterloo defeat—attrib- utable, too, like the man of destiny's ruin, to the indiscretions and defec- tions of pretended friends. The field of political ...

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

¿ocal and Personal. „ .«nmof inbtcriptíon «re m follows, in apecie: E««r, .... «2 SO 2?«ontl , - - - 1 50 ^¿3-, - 1 00 j^yob'b Coübt.—The following is the ^nW3 transacted before His Honor, the for the pa3t week: Spence Johnson, charged bj Max Maas .jjj A breach of the peace. Plead guilty, ti3 fined $10 and cost. pick Miller, a freedman, charged by Jim pjeterjch, another freedman, with making an tt ck on him, and threatening to shoot him. The defendant plead not guilty, and the com- pU¡D<mt failing to make the proof, was com- to foot the bill of cost. John Hemphill, a freedman, arrested for footing in the city limits, contrary to or- ^ce. Plead guUty, was fined $10 and On last Sunday ereniog the air was filled tith particles of cotton, or something like it, , ftbove the honse-tops. Groups, com- of members of the Legislature and citi- [¿g[could be seen attentively watching the various forms which each particle assnmed. j||Br «« the imagination would hare it—in tbe shape of stars, a...

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

Mutbematje" «od NaS "'j tUenÍrr^n''0n ®u,ld,n*> oa*Coñ^2 jo«EPU u. Pa.VTECWT, a b tulitin< t ._r~ ' en"«-. f<>. « tvmlurn c- «tr 0\f *•-*' ** WJlTiCTf, Wt Broad war !T««r t«.i '/•(•a. F i f t \ W'\ [mi wz ir M it tí J L i , ' i ( h ( 11 11 * i eíi itf'' I m mt H ri I 1j hj* o lower, joy's hour will each sunbeam—make it fjoetrn A SMK Oftbc PrC8eD(t* Not to the Paat whose smo^denngan^^ Sad relics of *• b®JJ"bi5>'hurried by, Not to the moments th tbe best, Whote joys and gneft ®re the worst, - . n{« a realm where dwell N F^r.tJy gbósu, which fad. as wejdraw ■sssisssi. ; "T-rJ biSSU^Uy understood! Prate not of falling hopes, of 5 Whine not in melancholy, plalntrre laya, Of joys departed, vanished ^ A cheerful heart turns everything to praise. Clouds cannot always lower, tbe sun must shine; Grief cannot always last come; Seize as you may, And mike thy heart tbe sunshine's constant heme. Not Tor thyself alone; a sunuy smile Carries a magic nothing can withstand; A cheerful ...

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

& FOSTER, "®®?aí is it fat b map jof fots lift?" PUBLISHERS, AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, ■ ■;5r¡0üTHERN intelligencer, STSB* THDBSOAT KOMIN. CRUS_U. 8. CURRENCY. \2~?Z % * «13 «' t P gtagle copy 10 eenU. ^ ¿ITE* APTEBTI«IW«. u go for the fint and 75 cent* for emeh ,lgySS>m - I1*™ ' 12 " 17 25 30 40 52 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 , r Mor |eM, tbli «líe type, make one square. - or leu conatitute a «quare. The tbov rate are in legal tender- Specie * i.-* .«t.ia a At fha rain J l d market *alue, or at the rate of i r* *"*■ for ^iT,l aad peparnre *f the Mail*. , -Arrire Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, I i, b. Departa Tuesday, Thuraday and Saturday j!r« jiiil eloaea at 11 - m. I '¿rLtonio^-ArrtTM Friday, Sunday and Tuesday, I jTia. Departs Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, iii«l «¿closes at 9 p. m. day previous. •«.-ArriTes Thursday, Saturday and Monday, ■ í. I Departa Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, I mJl doses at 9 p. m. day previous. morid. Arrires Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, I «it...

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

«yü!. Laa - - a--. ™ fe JontPH U. p2.sTiot.rr, A. B.. *.IW tw~ 'A,en,u - for • wWlf" 'r ' «rtr n M«*t- rrrr^**ui Pb^ mi -kj . "«¿.«ii S«.W!Bro«dway!reirT rk #£&JM -X^tSL' —« * TTTTX iBtriligtnttt. I* I <( | 1 ■ 111 © SU Aü 29, 1816. AUSTIN cm, -^BSÍtiTpífc - Were we writing condensed ac- count of the voyage of some renown- ed son of Neptune who, having sur- vived the mishaps of the briny deep and circumnavigated the globe, had just dropped anchor in the port whence he sailed, our caption would be appropriate. Our theme is, how- ever, widely different, and yet our heading is suited to the weighty sub- ject in hand. We propose to indulge in a few brief remarks on the recent voyage of discovery made by our en- terprising national Head Centre. We believe that we entertain a proper respect for the Presidential office, apd feel all due commiseration for the infirmities of its present in cumbent; and we sincerely hope that in wliat we may say of a great man and a greater failure #e ...

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

ü focal anb Personal. .^afof «ubtcription «re u follows, in ipeeie: -vteCHw * Day.—To-Day, the 39th of fcrtobtf, 1866, bu been designated by Exe- 'ít Proclamation as a day of National ¿goring nd Prayer to Aloaigbty God, ¿^blessings of the past year, and a con- .~n( his favors towards as as a people, guler of the Universe, it is meet that btArt should rati oat in thanks, for the fruits of the earth, the general ti,e restored peace, and the growing r-.j of our people. It is also oar duty j^fMcb coatinaance of His favors to as 9 fcdiridiuls, end as a nation, whose desire . ¿ou]d be to advance the cause of Chris- " and Civil Liberty throoghoat the v$suj " enable globe. will be preaching in the Presbyterian tlmich, and perhaps in others, and we hoge to ' the day observed by all in an appropriate If oar yonng friends, and old ones too, who gootu around the streets od Sabbath morn- ¡^ rtftdisg signs, talking politic*, and going w look at the height of the river, and wanting tb#ip time gene...

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

i M8'b«n*t!c« aad Natura' Scfenc¿«. j\* *^fn*0n Bnfldinp, on Congress ! u .?*• *8* Br© dwaf ÍTew York. Jojtn. U. Písteoost, a. B.. p^r...! XxV!n*> for • tnmlw r.f " ROI* A — - n £a/>, s,« restored* r-"-« ® I? Ill 1 ¡i t H ! ■-1 ¡ i "f i1 ¡I t The Prajt ir oC the !«••* Ole •" the Evento* M®* Oh Godt «be shrieked, in wild despair, I'M lived a lift °* BÍB I Wo ii now, ®?d ft*} Tn the wild winds' feariul dlD' Ob, gran* me Iito„b,,/,t For «11 my soul s dark guilt, Tn mercy ^ the Mgiy w.nds- Thou can'st Lord, if Thpn wilt. Let not my precious soul unshriven, Leave this foul bouse of clay; Stay, stay, oh God, Thy cbast'ning rod, Por mercy Lord, I pray. E'vu as sbe prayed, the billows wild, Swept o'er her sift-ho wed head ; She sank unshrired, In dreamless sleep, To the cares of Ocean's doad. No help i?aa near, the maddened wares Swept o'er the proud ship's deck: And angela wept for ainfnl souls, That perished on the wreck. The lightning's flash lit up the skyi And Pluto's demons crie...

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

y ¿'■¿¿/c&tvU & FOSTER, is it imt * nntp if tas PUBLISHERS AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1866. NO. 23. ¡¡^SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, m rVBt-tSBKV ***** THUKSDAT KOBHIMO. TERMS-U. S. for 52 number , .... jénerip 10" „ x CURRENCY. 94 M a m 13 " * «• 0. «bftempj■ BUT El* OF ADVCRTIHINU. - |1 50 for the firrt and 75 cent for each °3¿£o¿ insertion. ¿■Snare. 8 in ertion , • « 00 O^Sqwrc, „ 7 sq 9 00 11 00 13 00 17 S3 30 40 13 50 15 00 a—ifau>*ar lew, thil size type, male® one square. \!L «¡rdí or leM constitute a square. Eí2. The *bor<? rates are In legal tender. Specie JSrcdX 1 market value, or at the rate of 3 for ~¿tr¡r*l a ' Ocpmrtare of Ihr Sails. -Anires Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, TkT' Departs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, '¡ÍL ' ■> closes at 11 a. m. rrires Friday, Sunday and Tae day, ^ m Departs Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, ■J. IT Mail closes at 9 p. m. day prerioua, "SrL-Arrires Thursday, Saturday and Monday, -f^m. DÍparU Wedneadar, Friday and Sn - * 10...

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

■ i# Ano wni and Modern tangaam?. Ifew^rw F. Oiumr, a M., Mrt'b.untie aod Na' r«l ScVnr,,. mjys?*?' I>i-':VTECoi*T■ A. B.. «.¡fun^ tw„. Professor o' I t-^tWKJNKD uk« this «Wtonitr JL b«4J t0 PabHr' thst ha^K 'ea«<W « • 8wennoQ Building, on Ateniu-, for « ^Ml -«■ «• * TH* AMERICAS ^TOC^APHIC POaCE.A,* 5*. *81 Broadway ir*«r Ton, treat discorery of Prof. j ""I5 n not oalv tn IgiiM "V B flA ■ m t * 19 (f ¿X V a 5««í|«b fakUigmter * 186S. THURSDAY AüSffü CITY Editor. SCOTT) Tbe Real 0*rtacl«s JUt tlMi Wmw. Ibe true causes which hinder the restoration of the Southern States to the Union consist not so much in plans of reconstruction, as in the persistent efforts of their political leaders to revivé and perpetuate their blood-extirpated heresies, and the ap- parent want, on the pari of the peo- ple, of any just moral conception of the heinous criminality of treason.— The fatuity of their leaders, and the gross moral defect of the late insur- gent masses of the south, are the twin ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 December 1866

© o It' Cocal anb Personal. I0f subscription are u toUows, Ib «pecie: Katob's Coubt—(For the week ending Dec. W. L. Spence, charged with being in- ^¿gtieá, drawing his pistol on the streets ^ otherwise violating the citj laws, was ioei t®D dollars and cost Qeo. Washington (a freed man) imagined be h*d "ghi 10 disturb the worship of hiJ colored MetbodifU friends, and for acting upon the though , was requested to fork orer fgn doll*** and cost; bat bis finances were low and be went to look for the calaboo3e. G charged with a breach of the pesce, came forward, acknowledged the corn tt<l deposited with the Mayor ten dollars in pgptr the back whereof was green. Coon Musgrove, (a colored gent,) charged M A*roH Black (freedman) with coming to ^ jjouse and abnsing him, was fined five jiDiit and cost. Awon Black and Geo. Pelbam, (freedmen,) vere brought into Court charged by Sarah gatgrore (a freed worn an,) with disturbing the neighbors by loud cursing and violent pogiliitic demonstratio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 6 December 1866

1 If ■! (I r ft 1 ll! I f i I it í éíl I I :Vi fffej b^VAMnif F. OR trnr, A. M, PrnV-w "-T t0 ,h" Pohlie, that havfcjj lea«¿d M 'b«nat,c- and Na'ur.i Science- | \b* *?*««MOn Bof1diR?, oa Cono^ . P-:KTKC,*tT. A. B.f r,„r„„ ' e™''- for * l^lwe r.f s— - COMPACT '"ttCELAt* l). W1 ®roadway .Tew T«rb ^C/>^ © IJoetrD. K« Harm 1 fcW«lng. The waters kiss the P«bb^1'!,fr6' Ttje winds all kiss ithejbills, The sunbeams kiss thei tulip bad For the odor it distills. The dew-drops kiss the rose at mora, The cereus dew at ere; The fern And flower, in circling clasp, Their mystic beauties ware. The moonbeams kiss the clouds at night, The star-gems kiss the sea; While shadows dreamy, toft and light, Are kissing on the lea* The zephyrs kiss the budding pink, That blooms on beauty * Hp, And ruder blasts, though cold and chill, Its ruby nectar sip. The winds, the wares, the budding flow'rt, The laughing merry rills, Are kissing all from morn till ere, And clouds still kiss the hills. Even Heaven and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 December 1866

/ 0 I FOSTER, ;t®t<a¡ ij it tai a may if bssfi lift? vol n. city of austin, texas, thursday, decembc. Phebn intelligencer, KD «VKM THUBSBAT "OMIKB. -u. ^currency. ?3 •' i «• "^eopy 10cenU._ _ !&* •* APVBBT'MW . ,$1 50 for * >e fif1* •nd 75 0tmtM for e*eh • 6 00 7 50 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 make one «quare. U**S, co"n."titut¿ «jnare. ""^wíTate f« iB leg l tender. Specie ÍLrtrt T¡ü e. or it the rate of 3 for if >t g huertion . lese, thii use type •f the Mail . ¿^iKKSSWS I VridaT. Sunday andToeiday, r^^iLJa Wedneaday, Friday and Sunday, Li* « 9 p. m. day prerioua. pi a *ííll TWida), 8atnrd y and Monday, D^r Wednéaday, Friday and Sunday, u!íi «toare at 9 p. ra. day previous. ~ Ü Tme. Wedue da>, Friday and Suiiday, "ñipan M-nday. Wednewlay and Friday, "llayrlOfMOt JI-ArriTM Thurtdsy, at 6 p. m. Impart. . . Hail oloaea at 9 p. m. day previaua. FtLi-irriVea Wedne day, at 6 p. m. Departa fefrt I a. * *•" cloae# at 9 p. m. day CffüScH DIRECTORY. ■.-Rev. J. June*. Service...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 December 1866

Anrt'wnt ,n7w„;' M-, I Mm of aco en t and Modern I.*uiMAze) .wSL LtS &*"** - Jn jErH 11. PiWTECorr, A. B * — T™ pwimo Ufe Ihl. ^portonitT JL to ear to the public, that h**{£ !ea¿éJ j THK AKERICK roo^urerc roacE^xr* L5**,,r8, Bro«xlway afear T«ri> IflOU I rc*<ora.tivp n°t Q'jl* fo.i<pi«.w> **■■■■ — F y fill &r, fy If Í i I , 1~ ncies the Union. They impose ra3tT«"& required to meet the e this branch of the service next fiscal yfcar."* Treaties have been concluded* with the Indians who entered into armed opposition to our government at the outbreak of the rebellion, ami have dm of the v withdrawal from me. expeditioii^rv military withdrawal was tr three detachment^ it was understood. November, now " fi a March next, and. UUII)II t November, 1867. \ J i> unconditionally submitted to our hu- the completion of th. thority, and manifested an earnest I i' rench government wa. desire for a renewal of friendly reía-1 the same attitude oí non-mw. tions/ ! in regard ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 December 1866

gjf 3oiif|trn IttttUigmctr. 0a CITT. THUUUT, DEC. II, 18M. Q0O. R. SCOTT, Editor. Rlgtats HaTe * Wet fjjjg question should be constantly • the hearts and on the lips of the j,te citizens of the so called Confe- ree States, who now desire to ^jost to themselves and to their The peacs and well being j, jjje Southern States and people jepend upon a correct knowledge of ¿e extent to which their corporate tfd individual rights have been af- fected by rebellion. Until we have ^jgrtained how far our late bellige- ,titt acts have worked a forfeiture of our original rights in the Union, we cannot apply ourselves understand- jugly to the work of restoration; because, if our action has been such „ to wholly destroy our political rights, their restoration will necessa- rily involve a labor different in ex- tent and character from that which toold be required to restore the same rights, only partially impaired. It has been assumed by the mis- chievous demagogues of the South, that, the national ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 13 December 1866

coram ami Vodtro Lung i ). ' j I "." U\a th,> <*portonitj ' 1 HK ™°J£CvrAPHIC POaCEuAW Bekja*iw F. Ouw A M Pm'<ww «f! i T 2 J ,he roWic. that havfeg !ea¿4 „ COMPA.VT. Ms'bctnaiic and Natural Science* j Vf™ Z^?*1"00 ®n,1<"nf) on Congress Broadway 3T«W York JotjEru U. PiT.NTEOodT, A. B.. «.¡Wt tw~ i - for * r"f fi~ ~ ' nor Af XI. .— * i <Áfííi I.Wha!. .,fa^ raM discovery of Prof. , _ / ^ (*>w 'eaforati^ W not PaJ.* |b J>¡'-- MVa ■ ■ «.V WJ . ^ ^ -_ lS*T" ] & fi> i / W ', _ S'JPLL- Poetrij. jassanmamam Standi fteip lWe'' The result of the recent elect.,- begins to show the leaders of the Northern Democratic party the truth of what has been more than oye toU them during the war, of the in- evitable fate of "peaoe parties. :or three Daring our late yeara of pml tbwre wags among ua who of ^eir mi - tü and l ugb,*i at th«r Such a one was our friend Brown. We giro below on, of bb effaiionswrittenunder verv 3okm¡2 chreumfitaaeas. brown get con- .— scripted, and .-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 December 1866

<23 Oil 3od FOSTER, fppri (msjliftr PVBLI8BEK8. DECEMBER 1866. VOL IJaWTflíRN INTELLIGHICER, I™ bwthtom Momma. S. CURRBNOYi (b®ri| O® " 9 SO - 1 SO r Stf 10 e#nlf' „ MV** «F A VK BTIUNU. ■ 50for tha ír* «n^ T5 cents fbr each !*&■«**. ...*B00 ***" 9 00 II to 2 00 3 SO .s 17 S5 • " jS '" 15 00 * leM. thia size type. make o e square. . T **?£.. |eu confínate n square. TO flíabow r«tM re in te* d«r. Specie I tír?J5¿imarket alue, or at the rate of 3 for U** prparnrr *f tfcf Mail . t „ trrtref Wednea^, Friday aDdSunUay, fterafnTneaday, Thwraday and Saturday, <*** JSTSla at 11 a. m. Vwia-ArriTW Friday, Sunday and Toeaday. Wednesday, Friday and 8 ^, i'ífí Mwleloae at 9 p. m. day previous. *1* irriTOi Thursday, Saturday and Monday, ÍT^wTrU Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, lull closes at 9 p. m. day previous. *¿ÍHÍ.-Arrf*e* Wedne^ay.FHday anditawfcy, T^T Deoartf Monday, Wednesday and Friday, I' Mail cioMl^ 11 t, m< -Arrives Thuraday, at 6 p. m. Departa JSm6 a. m. Mail oloses at 9 p....

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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 December 1866

i-eiorati SF '***" "Ví* 8^fn oo Bandín^, oa (USE K*. W1 Broadway ITevr York Mn'bematic nd Nahiral Sentir.!- A*«tino, for a jrhiltirn r.f * .inmtru u. PzvractttT. A. b.. tw« I «or nf *•- !•- th -«The to tíos,*' aa m This ia the excl Mt. phatic índ' decisive menta Which the te- lan *-** ninreBS lias adjourned, act of 1790 ■for treason From t popular en ution London cons rece™ te dec- perfectly Wade to «r*ate an d have failed. "It l! >m as®*" w ^.^on,<ithe prevails feat soon after the ..^-.iling of the Coagresa thaa endowed, summary measures wül be adopted by the two hoosea to bring this Southern difficulty to a speedy and decisive solution. This opinion we believe to be well founded, -and o from certain information which has lately come into our possession we think that the initial point of a new line of action has been discovered whereby this whole question may be substantially settled before the ad- journment on the 4th of- March next, and settled on the basis of the pend- ing...

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