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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 January 1867

peal anb Personal. I i «ibtrlptioa f m follow. In rowcta i 1*2? «80 1 so 1 00 H,«ntv Before the Law. k«T« «o intention to dilata on tboie 'hu which pertain to man aa members '■¿L nd whoerer is misled bjr the cap- "J ¿apposing that ha will find " * na* (be fence " of this article, will be mis- J, js quite a different phase of equal- "l rather inequality of local and mnnici jrigbtt, which we wish to call the atten- ^ our town readers to, in order that ' 0ty ba e free course and the ineqa&l- ' removed. Law has been called the , 0f rensen, yet certain of oar city , which have ihe force and sanction rZ've, in our judgment, deficient in ra- ¡ty sod partial in their operation. Er- ^ruie of action is founded in reason, ' lin iu requirements and impartial in its Jtiei for infraction. The law is equal imt which punishes the obstruction of "itieeU or side-walks, whether caused by debris of the poar man's cart or the cash I ftf of the millionaire, without reference to lit ioci*l position of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 24 January 1867

abo>«di an<i Modera Mogoagtf. ''¡'I"*" trswüaro.vED ufe, ,m, 1 i-? '"'ÍÜ^ÍÜ-'■*? "■*« ItEx.nvns T. 0*lw' A"~M ™ "',0 ,he PoWfe, that havi'-r u.fl<¿í H-^ir scW^_. ¡5•• bírsf oa <* w J™*PH U. Pü.VTBCOfT. A K Tm ÁXZRlC4* roacF^At* w COMPACT. ^ *®* Broadway ITew O&CElAM p. Ynrfa ! ^£¿4 10. *«7. «lace til ' /°°í' baTé «tomST I !/tV.or4tijf IU AIIUUU!. M__„_ jlVnrnrv / D * i Mftcfj ¡r«at discovery of Prof not oalv a ' •- lipt ♦ li I 1 | m 11 ■ir! i i i' HoftiB- There are *• Dead. n IIS ■- B. LVTTOM. Tbara Is no death. The atara go down Ye rise opon some fairer shore; And bright in haaven's jeweled crown They shine for evermore. There is no death! An angel form Walks o'er the earth with silent tread, Ha hears our best loved things away, And then we call them " dead." i Into that undying life, They leave ns bat to come again ; With joy we welcome them at rest— The same except in pain. And ever near ns though unseen, The dear immortal spirits tread, For all the boundless Univ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 January 1867

1 & FOSTER, . ■<r«..VVlr- 15 it tat a mag «i bttij life?" '.A* II VlftVi ? PUBLISHERS. fl| AUSTIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY UÍ SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, '' a fC tISH*D *VK*T THVUDAT XO MIH«. •TERMS-U. STCURRENCY. I i-tation for 52 numbers, 94 O© >*#r - 26 " a so « 13 " 1 AO gfcgte cop^° cenU- batesof advkbtvmino. gq«<re t> SO for the firat and 75 ceato for each iMwdon. • I J^sqwre, ^ inborn. •-••- - - 17 25 30 40 52 * 6 00 7 50 . 9 00 . 11 00 13 00 13 50 . 15 00 ,n üje or le , this «lie type, make one aquare. | r „0rda or lew contó tufe a square. TieaboT* flle are in legal tender. Specie tf in market rahie, or at the rate of 3 for .farmed e. IB a Wrong House. 'Twas rather late when I started fnf my boarding hoase in Seventh greet, in a locality where all the ^¡ges " were alike in a row." It }JS a dark night, and somewhat lindy. A street lamp flickered here ind there, and though I was not in- toxicated, the liquor I had imbibed g Dominico's had got slightly into my head. That ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 January 1867

iw,* J,Í.mímuía{ ^^rí'i'éj lis; *£££?15?."rsifr*J1'■"«'■*,o cw**. COS YA>?. *• Wl RroMwat V i írr.i,At* I ' <• ¡y*torti?q*W no* oiil* ia I'mi -* Ti ÍJ 1 '• it Si ¿h Stodjjtrn JoítUigenttr. ; ■ J IDITII MTT TMDM0AY, JAM. II, 18«7. O. R. 800TT, Editor. Impeeelime ! «rthe Preuldeai. We have heretofore believed that the threats of impeachment made during the late canvass were bat empty words induced in by his po- litical opponents for buncombe effect, and as so much harmless gasconade, to be passed by in silence. And act- ing «pon this opinion we have refrain- ed firom giving any attention to this ¡n our columns, beyond the simple expression of our opinion that theft charges of malfeasance iri office would not culminate in the formal impeachment and trial of the national Executive. Events of the last three weeks have made it evident that many members of the House of Rep- resentatives are desirous of im poach- ing Mr. Johnson. Sundry resolutions have been introduced iuto that body,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 January 1867

1 rl focal a lib Personal. Ta*-P«ye j.r i«m*of «ibwipUo w* m follows, ta ap«oto t I T7~OU *n hareby notified to taMt ma Siy*«r. • , * • 09 so J[ your aerara) preoineU, for the purw _ tóS* . • • l oo I ot nd«rlati «n inT«utorjr of propt*tj aub- I,WM of d,o<H in*tioo f«w In and uointeraiting in the extremo.— £ lights worth speaking of—no runaway !L «atcbea—ao «inguiar individual diaap- ^ew-tb# town in lis uanal quiet oon- liu# *ad nothing io the atate of the wea- ! ¡^¿coniplfclnoft Sad ian't it ? LWATW AsylC*.—We «all the attention I j «or nrtkdtM to the card of Dr. Beall, Su- ¿tliadaat of the Lunatic Asylum. It will r¡¡efl that ground haa recently been puN in*d. *m' hulldinga are being fitted np for g, of the African race. The arrange i .j,, wui be perfected for the reception of deleft of patient* by the middle of the en- ra of Travli to for the purpose .. _ ^ J Pn>fe*ty (ob- ject to ad ralorem tax, and return of Income salary, poll and occupation tax, on the dajs following, to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 31 January 1867

I I "síssrír H ~-T^ ~ ^. ■ ''4ew T® !L*n¡!?***iS' ¿nf °°* Olilv ta ?!«;••*J - ^ r EjJ 'i IS ! ll ti 81 ■ 11 *ll r i nij f i i . } - 2 . Jk] J tm Püítfg. ▲ Hrw4 OM Who ab ll jadgta man from manners? Who «ball ksow him bv bia draaa? Paupers may ba fit for princes- Princes fit for nothing lan. OroupM ahlrt and dirty jacket May beclothe tba golden ora Oftha daapast thought and feeling— Satin vesta could do no moro. Tbera aro «pringa of oryatal neotar . Iter walling ont of atona; Thara ara purple buds, «ad goldan, Hiddan oruahad and overgrown. God, wbo eonnta by souls, not draaiaa, Loves and proapara you and me, WhUa ha value* tbronaa, tba bigbaat, Bat na pabbiac la tba aaa. llaa, upraised above hia fellows, Oh forgets hia follows tben; Masters, rulan, torda, remember That yoor meaneat hind* are men— Man by labor, men by flailing. Men by thought, and men by fame— Claiming equal righta to aunablne la a man's ennobling name. Thara ara foam-embroidered oceans, Than are little weed-elad rl'l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 February 1867

71 to £lH0WN ^ FOSTER VOL nT 3Sttfcst i* it tat a ma; tf lasj lib?" SOUTHERN INTELLIGENCER, 1 f„ M9H*D KVKSV THURSDAY MOBHINO. JjiMS-u. sTüültRENOY. |^pDouf°rK number., - 96 13 " gMl« copy 10 cent . ...94 oo ... so ... 1 so jUlTEN op advrrtininu, I il SO for the firrt and 75 cent* for each I •— ln«•'•t^on, 12 •< 17 25 30 40 • 6 00 7 no 0 00 11 00 la oo 1.1 50 15 00 , |l0,.| or In*, this «lie type, make one aquare. | ,ard or Icu constitute a square. f* Tbe nb"*" ratL>* 4re ,n •"«*' teuder. Specie | it la market ralue, or at the rato of 3 for I >1* V *9- jjlleiwy'8 Day In Boston. BY CAROLINE E. PRESTON. Whenever you catch me goin' to Boston again, yeu'll know it," said jjetsev Pmdergrass. " It was noth- ■j but ill luck from beginnin' to end', a How came you to go, aunt ?" "Well, I hadn't been for more'n five years, and I wanted to buy a new bombazirfé dress for Sundays. I d got clean ashamed of my old one your uncle Abijah bought me Mt about the time the Mexican war broke out...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 February 1867

Bpwiwjí p. Out nr. A. Ú, Prnf<*« r r>' Miybftnatlc and Xafttr«l Rct*nr <«. Jn JEru u. P2KTKWWT. A R .. 11....« JL to UJ to ih« public, that bX ÍZá . COMpXVt7 • «"O" sow Torn. * w iror / not onlr t« • II If © i I M !h Cjft jtafyro gnltlltgtnccr. AUSTIN cm, THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1867. G. R. SCOTT, Editor. Peaaj Wise and Pound Foolish. It is a lamentable fact that some people hare & penchant for hoarding pennies, and imagine themselves to be growing rich thereby, while by the judicious investment of their pen- nies they would convert them into ponnds and realise in much shorter space of time their wishes for afflu- ence. Men of enterprise and pro- gressive tendencies look on such slow coaches and old fogies as being blood relations to that simple, minded con- servative who hid the talont entrust- ed to his keeping, and kept it in statu quo, while his more sensible fellows put theirs out to the usurers and doubled their original capital. There are, perhaps, owners of real prope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 February 1867

""" ¿oral anb Personal. jj,,. tcrmiuf «utwcription «re u follows, In specie: Ose rtr< ' 92 SO month®! • • • • f 50 ^ree month*, " * * • 1 00 gfiTC ÜKIVÍRSITY.—This institution so long ulied of and so much needed in our great gute for the education of her sons, who heretofore have been sent elsewhere for a finish course of instruction, is yet in pros- peetite; nd the site on which this temple 0f knowledge is to be erected has not yet 5*0 designated. We hear, howerer, that the CBirersity Administrators recently appointed, ,¡11 meet in °ur cít7 ftbout the middie of the «resent month for the purpose of consulting gather and agreeing upon a suitable site for lbe location of the University. We hope those gentlemen may have such facts iad inducements presented and held ont to tbem as may lead to the location of this in- ititutien in the vicinity of this place. It is costemp'ated, we understand, to have an ¿gricnltnral College in conjunction with the pnirersity proper; and this fact will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 7 February 1867

Ill ■ is K 1 '1 ' AM «cu and Muden Limru426i Rekjavtw r. Oramr, A. M, Pro>Wa' S52?bttn t!e« and N«hir«l ScVnr, -. JoHEm II. P^Tmwrr A n . TJ A. T* ,K P^WtRSIOXBD Ufe .h-> ^portoni.r to ear to the public, that har^ |ea,íí 8W«n oii Building, oa Congress A'iniit, for a r ?Mlnr« r.r ?- ™ ' **MI IraMmnrtirTHii. "£(r.~ . Trace Lav® a ttetn reiterativa J n* IM4 L. í JUUJ uitai.t imfe*1**®,™1* °f Pmf. n# vV OillV tA ifn* Potlrfi. — «•tag a Berrying. On a tunny gammer morning, Early aa the dew was dry, Op the bill I went a berrying; Need I tell ye^-tell you why ? Parmer Davie had a daughter, And it happened that I knew, On each sunny morning, Jenny üp the bill went berrying to. Lone# work i picking berries, So I joined her on the hill: " Jenny, dear," said I, " your basket's Quite too large for one to fill," 8o we stayed—we two—to fill it, Jenny talking—I was «till— Leading where the hill was steepest, Picking berries up the bill. M Tbls Is np-hill work," said Jenny : •"Tit Hie," said ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 February 1867

SOUTHERN mOWN A FOSTER 7! "WW ¡« it tal«stag«(Huí lift?" VOL II. (HI sol i TI I RUN INTKLUtiKNUKtL I ' H «VWHVtMVMIUW MUMNINtt, I .i'KUMH II. H. UtJUUKNOY. """y""* 18 '.v.v.v.'.v.v,v.',*i IS « " IK " I H) I ^ g t«M 10 «"«"I* kutk" of amvmm11ninu, H MI Ittf Cm ArM *«14 T& «Mill tor p«t>h j4lM ilt*l iMWIllttH. . A lurfitai ÉuMMOS ^ IMWIIOMi i.it.ftiiitiiiiitm 1 I „ li III " ...i......i.it*.... V I It It " ttttttttltitt tiittt II it H tffi i...tti.ttttttttin II II It ¡M " ..«tll.lKtttttltit ljj II II «6 '' it .it tu 111 it tttttt lit Itltltltlttlltltttt .•.lltttll.ilttlt«I e m R ■ ■ II 1.1* it oo fttMiMitr It1*! ihl* •!« l | t, iimht une it^mm tuM| wiirtli ttr Wm «ttudllulv « iqunrti, If flMnlMW NtlM *m IM II'MNI tnHilnr! S|t<tt>|« J«l««l i« M «tHiVlM* *'«*• o* •* til* of H tuf 4 Ifory #f Waterloo, fOUNDIM OH VAOTt the roiiilenec of the hospitable (hike of Richmond wm brilliantly Miteri on the evening of Juno Ifitfi, jllA. Urou|>** of officers In various tipifbrnia «oro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 February 1867

jwtm ii p<i w. .« . « I , Ü.VrVKRSIONRD Ulw .hi. Ap^aaf,, if. ««l*r 10 ,b# JLab,,c' th « h«**(r learfí TW UOMC*! roOjjKyPHIC rOBCRuAIM ív** WI *W«dWM W*«r T.rb 1C0U ^... É^"átes55SI J 1' íjp Southern Intelligent . áüSTIl CITT, THURSDAY, P1B. 14, 1887. O. R. SCOTT, Editor. Air Un Railroad. The construction of (he line of railway from Brenham to this place, is conceded to be easy of performance and desirable as furnishing the means of a quick and oheap transportation for agricultural products, goods and general merchandise to and from WIIB V1 W1H. kJV„„w, w. lcoo Galveston, our principal shipping ^]e reason of their position.— point and port of entry. The early completion of this work is felt to be an indispensable requisite to the bus- iness prosperity, growth and devel- opment of the towns and cities along this route and at its termini. The question now is, will the people who own the lands in the section of coun- try through which the route is pro- jected, and who will derive th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 February 1867

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 14 February 1867

ña? MO n« A lit | \fo.1, r, t.M.C , (CM r Oitw,M w M^h.nmilr. ,n«1 Kah>r«t s W, " it ■ ém.nijlr * i f c- ' '® 'he mthlfr tHti K *X i í I 1,1 X#* KroK¿Hn v «t. Ü ... WWWHI II I I I ÍV ■ c I' 1 1 ■ H i I Poclrg. Th« VolceleM. v' fV OLIVM WklNDILL UOLMSS. W count the brokon tyres that rest Whare the sweet wailing «ingera slumber, Rut o'ur thalr slleat sitter's breast, The wild dowers who will stoop to number? A few niny touch the magic airing, And noisy fame ia proud to wlu them i Ala* for Ihose who uever sing, ■tit dil villi all their «tusio in them! Nty, grieve not for the dead alone, Whose song has told their heart's aad story, Wev|> for the Voiceless who have kaown, The croas without the crown of glory t Not where Loucadian hreeses sweep O'er Sappho's memory-haunted pillow; Uut wheie the giiatening night-Jews weep O'a* nameless sorrow's church-yard pillow. OI hear la that break and give no aign, bate whittniug lip and fadiug tresses, Till death poms out his verdial wine, Blow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 February 1867

1 1 J HüiiWN A fQgTIH VOL. II. LfioimiKIIN INTKI.I.IIIKNOKII, CJUItliMNOY. rár " Mint ti II bul h ntny at buijt lift/" I'HlllilNIIKHN, CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18(57. 3C*ETÉ- i NO. 84 LU^'iS rr ("Irilf tí, H. ün " it o • pupy iSMJhli mm* op iimrniininm. •' "" ("f Ol* ,,,,t Til ft* ♦'fit jjirt-mul Itn^rtliin • o on t no uo . II IK) 19 (hi t.i no . id oo him * l« , thl* *l « nrnke one aqtmri*. *< '^j"r " "i|nnn«. 'y, |'h« lm*« rnti'i nr In li'iinl teutlnr. Ppm-ln I ,„«! «t IM inirlfi *nlu«, or nt the rut of .'I for Ait cost or Hotting Married to Another Mwu'* lletrothert. Aolcgymat), living not a thousand Bik'i from rroctorsyillo, having at- ¡ended u wotoh-moetlntf, returned to J,;, h0uio about ono 1 o'clock on Now for' inorniiiK and found a toain hitched in front of hid door and a toung oouplo in his houso. Tho ob- Wt of their vjslt wus noon made known bv the jfaung man, who in- formed the clergyman that ho wished io be iflflrieil to tho young lady who fM in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 February 1867

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 21 February 1867

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 February 1867

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Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 February 1867

w m2SSX LT.'";. £&. *•* - ft •rsf«i tMlí^rí: RPHP TWW AMRMirjtt Pjj§jyvyftttp PWifKi .AIM WroXwit nr «• . w iT> «•«*, t m i«c,r,rT. wvlu ANU UKAf.j of rmf, n W SOI Olll* ♦* ' Wmmtii! / ® (ft <0 €> * I* U <f> m i ® ® ® @ (D • ® # 9 @ © ¡1 © 0 $t|e Southern Jutelligenttr. AMI lllli Til HMO AY, KBI. «8, 1887, a. R. >OOTT, Bdltor. rise sherman Hill. ThU measure of reoonatruotion, which haaÜeen patted by Congrea* and «nt to tho President Tor Ms sig- nature it tht issue of Stevens' mili* •JUury bill and Elliot's bill for tht re- nrganHfttion of a provisional state government in Louisians, on a basis of etriet loyalty. In what (logreo of perfoetion the individual features of its progenitors have been roproduood in this bill, we are unable to deter- mine with aoouraoy from the meagre ( and somewhat disjointed telegraphic ?1 reports. In the absence of a copy o tithe aet in externo, it is only safe to assume that it embodies the not incongruous elements of Stevens' and E...

Publication Title: Southern Intelligencer, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Southern Intelligencer — 28 February 1867

(£> ■ Cocal aitb JUrtonal. Oaripnaiuí § btcripUe* ere m folla w*, I n specie OW'**r' 0* ' * * S3 60 gu • • • • 1 60 Tkr^p month • • • . 100 ¿a o?0am. MiÉchiso*.—W« are in rt> cíiPt of* telegram gom New Braunfela, (lo- eounty, *0000001111 the demlM of Oept. ^a. jlurcbiBoo, t that place, at 10 o'clock m-, of the 22d Intl. Mr. Morpbiaon wat tB 0id aoldier of tbo Republic, and terred hil country in the brilliant campaign of 1836, te^H^oatiog in tbe achievement of itf independence. Me wai erer tbe the faitbfol friend of bit country gad the fearlett, out* -gken advocate of whatever tended to her lo$r and tbe ad ran cement of her national interests. He has served the Sute of Texas in many responsible civil positions, with hon- #r to himself aud advantage to his immediate coDitituents. Jíe wÉ a member of the late Texas Convention' for revision of the State eooititutien, and also a member of the House y, the last legislature. When the 14th Art. proposed as an amendment to the constitut...

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