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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 December 1866

rtwer. r, THUI^BAY, 20, 18(j ¿¿JSGO*T, Editor. Béméuéir^^ jbe divergent rajs of the Johnson get Ti ve ftt last bee focalized on ^ points, the taKdatien by Con- * of the military governments set °Yy him, and the admission of loy- ? representatives of these govern- ing to seats in Congress. Both L'these i^ess are absurd and impos- ible of realization. Congress has jjghtfol authority to recognize as L, State governments of constitn- l^i pattern, those nondescript half Lj^ry and half civil organizations* L oei« oat-growths of military ne- 0P°^en *nt0 ex*8t6nce hy the \u of the Commander-in-Chief of I ft, Army and Navy, whose dnty it fJ(j „nder the law of nations, to fera a conquered people until such ¿oe the supreme political autho- of the nation might relieve him from that task. These governments, founded on military orders, built up ,nd sustained by appliances of mili- ary force, cannot by any feut of Congressional legerdemain be made: jo take the place of legitimate State governments...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 20 December 1866

F.(v5*wr A- . ProV 5or f r M«'b.tnntlc« and Nahirsl Scf<tw -. JnMEru: U. Pzvrccwrr, A. B., p«a Mnr Af to say to the public, that havfc'jr !ea«éd u<.n8Tr?n"0n- ®Uf,rt,n^ o ConjmS Atenué, for a jvrriUae r.f « ••• -- - COMPACT. .Í*; *81, Broadway JTear York. ,V/ n .. wu, UIl'A oia reetorati «!5m3v e hri* \W uiiuuuiy w 1W not ouiv r 1 D*. T. T. ALKgANDKR. & 8 Ramble W rtt. TeR menotthat he '« •^SffiSKSPfci ,.KpnM- Tha* « all 1 wmmt 10 know' la bia word ta be relied on ? Has bis character no blame ? Tbeo I care not if he's low born— Then I ask not whence his name. Would be from an unjust action Turn «way with scornful eye 7 Would be, than defame another, Sooner on the scaffold die ? Would he spend Ms hard-gained earnings On a brother in distress? Would be auocor the afflicted^ And the weak one's wrongs redress ? Then be is a man deserving Of my love and my esteem ; And I care not what his birth-place In the eyes of man may seem. L«t it be a low, Hatched hovel- Let it be a clayb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 December 1866

& FOSTER, " Wfctí n it tat a may 01 wsjr lift? PUBLISHERS. GITY OF AUSTIN, THURSDAY, jJsot'THERN INTELLIGENCER. a fCBUSHKD tVmraMIBlI XOBMIMO. currency. 94 o it 39 1 5® gingie copy W cent . _ ~ gtTE8 OP AOTBBTIMKW. . (i jo for the flrrt and 75 ce U for each •Sg-'TSSi-. •;«. o**?r> m •• * so fEKMS-U. S. . fcr " *«**;- 13 " 12 17 25 30 40 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 H.«> or lew, this '*e l3Te> make one square Ü .,mh or leu constitute • square. Tha «boro rates are in legal tender. Sped. \!rtd at to market ralne, or at the rate of 3 fa jfripede. Departure of the Mails. „ _Arr]Tes Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, Departs Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, "T._ ifiil close* at 11 a. m. '¿^aonio.-Atrite* friday, Sunday and Tueaday, -jTm Depsru Wednesday, Friday and 8undaj, í m Mail eloses at 9 p. m. day previous. !„,-Arrives Thursday, Saturday and Monday, Departs Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, £ ?' n Mail closes at 9 p. nn. day previous. _Arrires Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, JiTT o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 December 1866

I>EKJ| vrv Mft'bfnjaticí Jn«Em I •or of Math. - f. On^'i, Pro. J l * - to ,h, Paf)„c, thJ ha^'H I >e« «t>d Xsh.r.1 Scvnr,:. ' j \b* *W«IMOB Bofldln?, oa Confié ! *• Br h^ff^00^' A" B-« Prof-p. j feitX®?AülÍ!!.k?e of fire or m" Tea /^55 *«*•**&"*•• COMPACT ™1UA« Pi fit! H- In mH I •• i Hf « 1 i I ril ri '"m To l^t-inqpfre Within. And the lady flounced out inrage. Two young damsels and a spinster aunt followed, and after a lengthy inspection of the premises, came to a state council in the parlor. <*I like the house very much," said the spinster aunt solemnly, " and with a few altere tions, I will engage it for my brother's family." " Very good, ma'am," said Nabum rubbing his hands, and scenting a speedy termination to his trials- "Name 'em." " The door handles must all be gilded, and I should like the house newly papered in velvet and gold, and repainted; and the partition be-> tween the parlors taken down and replaced by an arch; and an exten- tion dining room buil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 December 1866

gmijjtrn fnltffigtwttr. tm'BSDAY, BSC.. 27, 18(6. gball be the Mode I i generally conceded that Con- W¡11, as early as practicable, . through the medium of ap- tc legislation, for the erection Tlid ciril organizations within ifTeral Southern States. The ' .hare determined at the ballot it is the prerogative and ' jf Congress to institute and a thorough reconstruction [^disorganized State govern- 0f the South. This is the st and pressing political ne- of the republic at the present And the Congress had r jggembled and the roll been before prominent members in ■ gooses of the National Legis- vere offering resolutions and bills, having for their the speedy re-establishment ¡^tntional State governments [,n of the late belligerent States. Shellabarger, Julian and Ste- ¡in the Honse, and Sumner, Wil- others in the Senate, have jiobmitted his plan of building ^timate civil governments in | Southern States, and all these plans have been referred to riot committee of Reconstrnc- From these v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 27 December 1866

*; kíjs&LPra"-" * *•B • •'>""' ** I iay to the public, that E* ig l'Md u*. S^rfn"oa Balldiny, oJconSK' k í* *81 .V*"1" '. * r! W.UK« of fire ór X.r. ,.V~.'Jtótir"**¿*1 f k~ « COMPA-Vf. Ult lUttlLaitf iíflü! .í™**""" I York, uiMiieiy oj l'rof, not oul* ZT? : M ■ l> #JÍ ''Ill * i ■ I í, " rt'-;*4 - 1>. ': pottrn. A Callfornlan's Retara. by am ilia 0. lan oa stir. One* more I tread the leafstrewn paths, through the forest, dim Md old; Where the flickering shadow* interlace With the sunshine's drift of gold— Where the velvet mosses, thiek and greea, Creep over the dark-brown mould. It is many years since I trod this path, And friends hare passed away; But the race of nature is still the uune, The mono-grows rocks as gray; And the little streamlet's dimpled feet Tread their accustomed way. Here the mosses, violet-gemmed, By the brooklets silver bright, That drift* at tin foot of the broken rock, In foam-wreath* pure and white— And murmurs away through the cool shade, Then sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 January 1867

/* Hi £C t b V .• lfi \ saa-ss-s-m -Itr.ri ' t-'T BROWN & foster, iinffl i.-U£ jai oü i ÉlHf WIBIISHER8 'id; i'i; ,i mmwmm t iii'UOll U.iij * ; • ] . JUÍ.Í} iJUH St SOUTHERN INTiHIGBSCER, '" funimai *t**t thttmdir mojuflko. (fgitMS--V- S. 1 for 52 did 13 •' t copy fc©ntt. •vrwr?vrf *** ^ gtcgle copy 10 «mu. j¿T¿* OF ADTK^?WW«. .-W" *1 50 for *e nrit *■* 75,c qfcf««Kh j22ón l insertion. o—-r. 8 ln ertiorn - — $ 6 00 •fT* •' — ?So ' « 17 " 9 06 , S5 " O W' , m 30 " 19 u 40 " 13 ' „ a •• VÍ90 rmtae9°r led, thii tiie type, make one aqnare. Il, wordi or. lew córutltute a square. ¿r Itedxw rates are in legal tender. Specie PLj „ in market ralue, or t the rate of 3 tof A Sermra, Mverrf * St. David's Church, in the City of Austin, on the 25tí of December, 1866. BY B8V. B. A. BOCHSBS. «fben Jeaos was boro.'^lfa«. tt.t 1. When from Christmas to Christr sis yon are. listening to¡ the I merry chimes of the chorch bells, and com? ing (ugithflr within these #acred,poM tib to render op your jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 January 1867

r ' mr^u^S^7KOü9T' A B* " U'iart Profo*. !.V'uIMA * r!Wl^8 of fi*-e or «.„« rü?.'-!^** ^ fh~-«—. ~. • ' *«rk, $/>< \i í f llf • ii •v 'étí ■M Bill \ i Jl í 11 A. ti tty, school Mr. Jomes Trial. Mr.-Jones was married. He been t&|rieci a longg£y$É ever 83fe he could rémembef, abaost. Tie first Mr* Jones was a pw bo* love, ®nd died, earl^ was inconsolable for more than six months, and" theirfiftdtóg fbelíurderi of bis gHef too heavy to be borne alone,' decided to share his regrets with a sympathizing friend. The connection was ajhoppy one for ma- ny years, bnt alas for the mutability of earthly pleasure 1 Mr. Jones was again a widower at the age of forty, and being extremely lonely and having the - habit of marrying, he offered his broken life and berea- ved affections to Miss Patience Nor- eross, a matyre young lady of thirty. We have said that Mr, Jones had a habit of being married, and it had so grown upon him that had Provi- dence opened,^ way he would, in all probability...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 January 1867

¡k Mtr ^fífEVttMáti jam. i, mii 0. B. SCOTT, Editor. -lis Hatare Results. ' s rcpQblic like ours'geetional- injurioua to national patri- tt bigotry is to genuino reli- men fte a? capable r.af.W Pharisees in política a* j . íeli- ,nd when their love ofcoiintry ponded by sectional linesthty wanting in that which constitutes triotism to the same extent as - sectista are deficient ?n" the nd nobler virtues ¿IP time -ftná when 'eitHér or*fEese ¡J sentiments have once" found lodgment in the heads "and hearts men, it is generally more difficult IJ eradication than any ordinary er- of the mind or bias of feeling, ^requires but slight effort to keep ¿ve. Narrow souled aspirants ¡kr woridty fame, power and pelf, x always cm the alert to corrupt ami weaken the vital Qj 0f religion by the institution i sectional parties and dogmatic Ljg for their personal glory and pofo. When through the influence i áew^mg demagogues the soi^s of ,common ancestry and citizenS 'of a common country have become, d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 3 January 1867

9 ¡'i i j f i I ! I f f \ f's 81 "odt-'ra language). Bn/mnr F. Onunr, a. M. Pm'o nr MB'htmntic nd Xa'iir«l Sci< nr#!« PzMECxrr, A. B . «IW tw„. ««. umrr.MiwBu uke tb,s Aportonitr P?Mjc, that harfc^ |ea¿¿tf 1 ^ York. fi*e, '0 /Wood, bare attern7fTMt d'ÍCOÍ'ei7 of Prof, f au r«« toral ire bnííSP n(* flolv tfiyi <Nwi<gw ifpi no 'JM' ;olr^ Did OSance^reate "Sw^nSFof ¿y," Gires earth its brilliant light? Did Ghafc^taaWtte**<^>^ ¿f llighV' That nobly rides on high; An**•*> toart ligM* ?'* • From yon bine asare sky? Did Chance cre*ie "those tWinklirfg stars, That yonder Heaven span ? Is Venus,'Jupiter and Mars The work of Chance or nan? And then, does simple Chance create - Xbe darkness and tbadtgfc*; Did Chance tbtpe Jpfty mouqfeias make, The ocean and the sky; . ? . Tfié rippling stream, 'the shining like- All on earth and on high ? ' Did Gisance create that form ofithiae, That active, working subí; Ami etamp thine iusagq balf<dimM? Then truly, Chance mm kind.,' -a A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 January 1867

ST IN £ FOSTER, PUBLISHERS. AUSTCSf, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1867. SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, 1 (flUaMCD XVEBY THURSDAY MOB nine. I JrMS-U. STcurrenOY. I ™-- for 52 number , 94 O© •♦26 " Si 30 . 13 " 1 «• - gtegle copy 10 cento. ^gl OV ADTEBTWWtt. I$1 50 for the fir«t and 75 cent for each I Mir*1 i *rtlom iMtrt. 8 iniertiorn is " • 6 oo . 1 50 . 9 00 . U 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 j m« fc*thi* *iz* vp"5* ™*ko one "qw . I or jen constitute a square. ["Srhe bor* rstes are in legal tender. Spe 1^1 ü to market value, or at the rate of 3 for I —-=S=5S^a Ite Beacon Street Belle. BY H. A. GREENWOOD. It was * snnshiny day on the four- IjgDth of February, 1852, when a |«0g Soatherner, passing down Ijfuhington street, near the South Ijarch, was acosted by a young girt; Lparently about eighteen, well IjrNMd) bat not in the extreme of IbkioD, sod of peculiar beauty and liveliness that almost baffles descrip- ias. I Her white silk bonnet but half I «willed the finest head of glossy, I it black hair in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 January 1867

-Mw wi ana .«oacra MjigiwgM. i I . 7 IT ~-,"w •«'« vpportoaitr I F. Or Am-, A. H, Pro^aor n''JL «J,V «* <> fabtic, that har¿ !ea¿¿ Mb'hematíe, «nd nv.t «1 Scl^nc- j . •' *JV£n"0^• ®a,,«*Il *, oa congas ! Jo«r ,«• P^TKWírr. A. B.. «.if,,,,, T>r„f.. ! I™"**for • P*Mk|W of «r ' ' •OrAI . ---- iv*e 10T§ ¿ to Hy to the rabile, that 19 ^pportonitj hav*)g learfd toW?ívTAPHIC rOSCE^1" JS^S? fr<"*dwa *«"• T«rfc. Írea diecorery of Prof. * not on 1 * fAjipti-u v-■*. * md- * , VN rm, i if H II 4! 11 lalilfigenttr. AUSTIN CITY, THURSDAY, JAM. !•, 1867. orRTsooTTriSt^ w A AuniBtM Wailed. Gov. Patton, of Alabama, is re- ported to have been in Washington city on the 28th ult., awaiting the re-assembling of Congress, to confer with the members and ascertain whe- ther they will guarantee to the people of Alabama the admission of their State to representation on condition that they shall ratify the constitu- tional amendment. Should the Con- gress agree to admit Alabama on ratifying the am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 January 1867

Cocal ani> Personal. n.rtfrm oí «ubtcriptioo «re u follows, tn specie m* ye*r> #3 50 «¿ontb^ • - • 1 50 JJJee month , • - - . 1 00 Owing 1° the failure of tbe malls yesterday porting, ® 8° to PreM w th Washington „e*< only up to the 2d instant, whereas we ^ hoped to giro onr readers in to-daj's jjjae the news ef the re-assembling of Con- ^ on the 3d instant, together with (he yjport of the committee on Reconstruction, wlilCb it understood had been perfected, jnd ww ready to be sabmitted for Gongress- jonal action. The country is standing on tke tiptoe of expectation and anxiously gifri-p this most important teport; and va inacb regret the failure of the mail wbich ,bould hare brought us at least a telegraphic jyoopos of it-__ TheCbristmas re-union at the residence of Kr. Buaas in this city, on the evening of the 5tb instant, was a most bappy affair of the kind. The brass band of the 6tb cavalry VI1 ¡o attendance discoursing sweetest ma- ^ and the interludes were filled op w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 10 January 1867

- -w^ubUAlN i>ENJO!TW F. Ofttirr A V . ! r - ,0 ltl« pa bile, that bario. I COMPACT, Matbematte* and Nefur«i ScW«J«. r j \ * Swen on Building, oa Congress ¿L?** *** ■roadway .Tew York JoKEru U. PzyrccuRT. A. B « . I "emic. for t wWlf . «f .t • worn. ,«v>, v.SL- bitr^'orali5r not oulv tn . - * (I || HI JWI l.i I ■ ^ v o f) N Poetry. Oae Wronged. She watched the setting of bee aun, And paler grew u camele night; ' <ru Gone Another day of woe wm ' The noon abone on her cold and white. No warmth was in the iil««y No life or warmth seemed in her heart— And earth lay stretflh'd, a long, blank dream, Where she bad walked «id dooe her part. Oh, Faith and Hope! oh, frost and Truth I How like the golden seaside sands; They glide from oat the years of yontb, And lie in wrecks opon life's strands. Sbe gave her Faith, and held it strong, And Hope stared brightly in her face; Bnt Trnst was strangled dead by Wrong, While Truth to Doubt «id Vear gave place. A painful Past—a Future blank, A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 January 1867

T. ao nan 'C sis & FOSTER, njaii #«« * nujsí tasj life? PUBLISHERS. 1861 tors, as you to be $wried away from, your post on civil process for obeying ♦i?Ui y*. y°u ^ave done wrong, the Jaw point?lout a clear, and potent rwiedy. The President ani- the whole pepwtment have never yet shirked their duty when, complaints have been justly made. The judge at Seguin should have laid his com- plaint before the President, and not have attempted to thwart and bring discredit upon the government by an unlawful and illnatured attempt to annoy and oppose a faiithful officer who has proved his high character on the terrible fields of w*r. I think your conduct in the matter has been proper and becoming a heroic officer who loves his country and his coun- try's laws.—Flake' Bulletin. ÍÍÍ8GUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, | I 1' pCiUÍHID SVZBY THOMDAT MOBNtMe. jbms-u. stcurrency. So «13 •• too' y gnjle copy 10 cent . ¿(ES #F ABVEBTIMBG. square |1 SO for the firtt and 75 cento for each I ,8« ,n^tioM' * „ i? "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 January 1867

'¿¡¡y Modern lenguas ?. ¡ I "" "*« tüf« <*ppcr'onitr bkxjwtk y. Oríht, A. M Prn^a«rftrlA m j, 7 h® raf.Hc, that har^ ie(U)*tf Mntbenutje. od S«l«r«1 Sc?«k*- l uénñr^fe?*0^ .®u,,dln*, ou Conjrréaa Johepu U. PasTEown*. A n . ti «. «. - I -vínne. for * -«■ «- 7 ' ' '" ^ESV"™ " «"• Pb **• ™ «roadwa iMr T>rlf í T«Mt diecoreiy of Prof. ri not cal* tm. ?« :«- . mrtmm H R ¡F I Ü (j 1 A. i- >0M|tra jmtuigtnter. AUSTIN cití, THüKsSfY ,m.n, 1867. &. B. SGOTT, Editor. TtaL« Reconstruction Quarrel. It is said that " Achilles' wrath" prolonged the siege of Troy; and the historian will charge Mr. John- son with delaying tho reconstruction of civil governments in the Southern States, and the building* lip of the breaches made in the American Un- ion by the civil war of 1861: At the close of, the war, on the 29th of May, 1865, Mr. Johnson, by procla- mation, appointed Mr. Holden. Pro- visional Governor of North Carolina, and ordered him, in conformity with prescribed mies, to call a con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 January 1867

lubtcripUoa Letter if the um of a bandeóme B ¿jed paper jnst started bj W. Lamb- I Co, ' Millican, Texas, to be iwued * #eekjy after the 19th in«t., for $4 specie The editor proposes to be silent 10^oaú politic, sod devote his efforts t0 tbe promotion of peace, harmony, ,4 «ill, among all sections and class- Tbe Hews Letter will no doabt be an * |f^.ff family paper and valuable adrer- Í0T merchante and others. We it to oar exchange list with plea- ^Td wish it saccess. v Grant, dentist, has his office in the .loe hotel, No. 13. Dr. G. is "thoroughly ¡¿ied onto every good work" in hia Md will serve his patrons inmost style, on short notice, and liberal term®- ^ advertising card of Baker, Raymond * 0 o foortb page. They are in receipt of " ,tock of brass top or specie jara, tinc- 1 j4rt) Laodreth's fresh garden seeds, and ftmfly soap; all for sale at very low Tbi Belton Journal, is tbe name of a neat , readable weekly paper, published by leNTi. Dareoport k Longino, at Belton, Bell coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 17 January 1867

- --.-ii.iíi.uk.ji.11, iw,„r Anient ami Modern tang mim. F .9."vnT- A- . Pwitawrw Mim burnet le and Natural ScI< tw®«. JMEIU U. P^TKMTT AO •> • — ———— ,.IUJS8| T" ÜND8RSI0KKD take thia Aportoai.y JL to iar to the imbllc, that ha^ !eM*J Tap AJttJW^!r 70°JWvRAPmc PORCEuAIM HJa. *81 Broadway !ohw t«> w 0 I hi; mm •7. *1** til j ylllfV f . In dlKorerv nf P>.r I « IB. Wooddiooorery of Prof, hie refetoratiy jjn* Cf no* ool* m L'i / VI i iJ urn IMrp, MyCrwd. I hold (hat Christian grace abounds When charity la won ; that When Weolimb to beavsn, 'tía 00 the raajnds Of love to soen; y,> 1 bold ail al*a, nataed piety, f r , i A aalflih schepne, a Tain pr^f*n|M;, , Wbére rtntre la not, cao there bo OtrooMlbreneoT 1 This 1 moreover hold, and dar* ' Attrm wheto*or mj rbytae way, go, 1 Whatever things be sw^el or fairr Love makes then so. Whether it be the tollable* Tbat charm to rest the nursling bird, Or than street confidence of algha Or blushss nade without a word. Whether the d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 January 1867

10 J¡¡ FOSTER, vóTlí ■ CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1867. NO. 30. réÓÜTBERN INTELLIGENCER, mJ THVMBAt MOB HI MO. I JnMS-U. 8. CURRENCY. I 52 number. •* •• «26 " 8 HO : .<i3 •• *«• . glDgle copy 10 cení*- ^sor advkbtihno. I i,,--11 50 for the fir«t and 75 cent* for each ""Vina ! lflierfo"- - ^ 8 iutertioDS, — " • « * " !* « 9 00 - 25 " ... 30 40 11 00 12 00 13 50 15 00 hBiior k* thu *>le fyP«' m,ko o ® Huare. , JÜlword. or In* constitute a «quare. Tsr The ibof rate are in legal tender. Specie J „ ut market ralue, or at tfae rate of 3 for I :i«^4^9^ss==sssi me Rejected Bank Mete. «What is the price of this dressing .fn 8ir ?" asked a sweet faced girl, aterine the elegant store of Huntley i Warner, in a city, and a street of city, which shall be nameless. 1 It was a cloudy day. The clerks ■ed over the counter and yawn The man to whom Alice Locke herself was jaunty and middle-aged. He was head clerk of the entensive establishment of Hunt- ley and Warner, and extrem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 January 1867

Jodt'ra I «ni(aHgei. * * | M th«nj ¡¡c" and N iur l Jontra U. Pivntnuwr a PORCE..AI* **♦ *W Broadway !iew Tarh ,Crv. Í .;'°od, b«T« attem uis roVoraiirf ^ P„f , "■«11111^ DO* oul* a ;* !•-•- ■* ■§ — * ,♦■ * %\t jSontjjtní |utó!ijtnctr. HUTU cm, 1HUMT, JII. M, 1817. O. R. SCOTT, Bditor. VI H Vj u I Is I • (V, 1 Platal 4 EbIvm. The reader may suppose the head- ing of this article only a grouping of words for the parpóse of attracting attention. Let the seqnel determine whether the caption is not pertinent and suggestive of matters it were well for oar people to think of. Just at this time every effort is being made to induce emigration to Texas, by praises of its productionB'and cli- mate. All other considerations be- ing equal, it is safe to assume that the tide of emigration will naturally flow to those countries where lands are cheap, the soil fertile and the climate salubrious. With millions of acres of the best arable lands, and a climate unsurpassed by any other portion of the w...

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