Daily Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 244, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1867 Page: 1 of 4
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BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE IS. 1867.
iflCISde PLANWfli k CO.. I p niokeia^
!* Gallery, I WU1
Atteney and r-m*Hlrr at Law,
*got and Brammiffs, 7Wa
isHiSalgo, nc^hhI aterjr of briri but!4-
“ Jala fWwnliig!
±ddr—* Bnre—vlil«- „
. Hidalgo coast* . T*—a.
a «Mwt of thia frnuuet for
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MW.fcrttaaWw period, will Ml naHu-,,1,,-
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OObON, BRITLAY & 00.
News tit) to the 4lh inst. IP*1*** Vuirict, detailed among whom he w»a bora, a* I nl-
* W **»¥. by Gan. Sickle* to act a* one of the way* cheerfully do before she peo-
~ escort ) . . , . ■ !»*• of my own native State and the
Th© Presidential Tour. . . , , rirnv''d •* Richmond people of otir common country, and
-- - -- m. I bn- l ——.th« T-nrr rnnt fils Only oLjocU ara
waa mat at the station by Mr. the rcetoratioe of ueaoe luumonv
South American and Etl" McFarland, President of the City and prosperity throughout the
ropean News. CoundL oevfctal other member* of Union. Satisfied ntiP mum T be-
----- that body. Mayor Mayo, and ox- lieve hi* condnet of public aflhirs
The N&rkettj. Etc. “i'Qra —ndcra ha* hem in att respects not only
Ns* Yuan, June 3. — Arrived * cordial welcome, aud invited him 1 thank you for this cordial wel-
steainahip Henry Chuuucey, from accept the hospitalities of the, couie in the name of North Caroli-
Afipiiiwal, with nearly four inil-;**^ J^Flimond. The interview* na. All the world know* M»«t
lions or treasure. 1 rsunr lormal but pleasant. of the national administration hold
A proeknmUtm wa* issued do- '• hacks :u waiting eottrwytnl the the Federal States closely within
‘ vlmiiiK the steamship Kntne* alias -- —* - Hotel, their proper constitutional sphere.
: R, R. Cuyler Columbian protierty. "'hert they wen e coiuuiodaled . On the oiltt-i baud it behooves us
Paris, June 8.—The Csar and bis J,th. _th« apartments. The to show, as I trust we shall while we
two sons arrived on Saturday, Na* Frewuent■chambers are I how oc- remain here, respect for all proper
poleon received them quite euthu-1 cuPie<* 'V J*ffi»rson Davis, and sul>- rights of North Carolina, with loy-
wetASSfWAt pfe—are in aanonneing tooar aU(J the flane of the two na-1 by Gen. (irnut. ultjr and submission to the consti-
L -L fIlW.k **°^r*1 :h**! we h4,r tions united in theTudlei let. * hi* morniii^ the President, See tided authorities of this ancient and
The King of Prussia is expecte«l ,lu< Postmaster Gen- ; honored commonwealth,
immediately, and tlie Sultan, Victor e, a a * accompanied by the The procession was formed, the
Emanuel, Emperor of Austria, Vice- t°nimitt«e of city aulhoritieH, at- Presideut being accompanied by a
('RfN'KVIlv °( Egypt, aud other rnlers, »®Dde«l nt St, Paul s Church. The military escort. He was cheered
’ soon after. ,v* ^r* Manege rode ofticiateu. a* he passed through the principal
I lOITtfftMM i Ward’s U..rse won the grand |,, r r<*tu*11>nR to fc^>ottswoo<l Ho- i streets. On reaching the Ysrbo-
Prix do Paris and the Eapirot’i I ^ . ft visitors werQ re- rough Hotel he proceeded to the
VVIWw Cup, after an exciting oiMitaai I ^*Te!<7 in** few ladies. The portico, and was there introduced
Mogniliceut attendance afc thelrace, Pl^deut aud i>arty this afternoon to the crowd by Gov. Worth, who
Plll'Mi'iivra including the Czar. dined with Hie Mayor and Council addressed him as follows: “Gen-
inr.saK>Ls,i Loxdom, June 8.—Noon.— Cor-1 .ftt the hoUl , “any citizens, not tlemen and ladies, I have the hon-
4K0 sols f>4|; ex-dividend bond 761. lieiug aware the party had arrived Qr to intro<«uce you to his excellen-
LiyearooL, June 8.—Cotton mid-1 ear\v ‘norning, congregated at Cv Andrew Jolmsou, President of
the railroad station this afternoon i the
reed red by
«*♦»*••* w fnii
ASSORTMENT OF 000M,
jO R( brasclwa Of tfco sot,
cnaw iw the ibst style.
IwmWSWWUw IbObsI American usd for
Otttfide Yitdffor AUmm^
PHOTO SR A PH*
, V»uA WaW, Ivory Pootlsin Ci.^0, In (Set
jartdSA round. ^v*l or other form.
hnk«hr pdOk iokM
11TS0F INFANT* A CninPREN.
mews or rssuicnciu
i iSotonselio of JtcMMd ptxsoas ukm at
At very Low Hates,
ill WORK WAfifi ANTED.
I v« tars kid ia stt«cllof
Attorney and OoutvteUor-at-Laic,
ua hand one of tSs boat Mwrtnerit* of
Win pmrtkB la the CoohUm of Cnawroo. HI- HARDWARE.
dslfo. SUrr, ZnpnU and Webb. b37
p^GRANDE MAIL STAGE
RANCH AND CLARKSVILLE.
toS^5s«'1srrtto‘ ,b' “•ur<*j
Rrturuin* !■*»« White Raarh emr mora-
ine 00 tbennlw of the cars n.nw Bnur* Man
tlsso, ffolnf throTijfh fn BrownsrilUi in f.mr
JAMES HUSTON, Afent
u n St MUIer a Hotel. Hrown.rllle
M H* (KM a rent at Bnuoa SantUfo and White
ling uplands 11J; middling Orleans ' ue nuinoao station tins i _
11*, estimated sules 1500 bales. witne*s their coming, » report j city of his nativity, on the invitation
Fivo-twonfifiu firaf uaiimou nt\nniu. IIUAII]^ l>0€U 111 ciriMllutio)! they of it# citiZ6UBt to 1)6 pfOMIlt ft( tb©
|V photographic Goods,
cMlwkk, v.btrhmrpMMwrerjrthing here-
k» prwented to th- •'ibilc.
11 *rf» amortment 0*
no»c**t cams for AssbrotypM and pare*
> Rrtarr* ud as ieroteA of eery
FINE. LABIlK FKAMKH
* tAfWMWSt of A Anl cUm ATtt«! |B
»M»K,to(«•. Ote Urge portreiU, colored, ia
| )R. A. F. WATSON,
8urse°n Md Physician,
on Eluabeth Street,
4)r. I-A *' ■s- *upplled with All they may nee<l. at
■ »OODSOl (B. A.T~JICM.
I *• SASSh. *. r. uaurroif.
H. E. W<MM>HOUSK X CO..
J'ive-twontieH, first series, eopous,
109?; second do., 1053 third do.,
106^; new issue, 108. Ten-forties,
copons, 99*. Seven-thirties, first
series, 100J; second and third do.,
p!« weal to the beet la tbc State, or Ka
|w*ky tad aide llffbU ore or mammoth di
s# bars spared neither pains
JWh firs oar fHeads and potruae
fs»Rfcctl«a. I»f iJ-ly.
& Sa fukto and Brotrnevtlle
^•k Iron Balldiaf, covser af Levee and
KKNKilY A KING.
SI v UeTUr ♦ I fill.
And Wholesale Dealers ia
Foreign and Domestic
DRV MHHH. HKO< KKIES, HARD-
!*•»«• rtiwi, Msvtlle, Ttuu.
t'ormr of Mstemorns and Cesar streets,
blA-ly* MATAMOKOH. MEXICO.
H. K. WOODHOCHP;
Cetera) ComsatssloB Merckast.
37 Camndelet street.
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
J. H. WOODHOI'HK A < <>.,
Uenerat tnaalMUi Merrkasts.
U7 Maiden laoe,
Liberal advoaces mode on , onaicainmU to
llsvmir r<*xumml the Practire of U« can be
luuml to. i-oaanllath* at hk oflloe iu Hunk
Bnildinp. xeeotxl Boor, front room.
BrcvunvUtx Teias. ?*. I**4i7.
J M DAUGHERTY
OarpetUer and Builder.
OF N. Kt&b F.H,
^»r»led He pie at bar ISIS. IMS.
SJ&GUssjrisi «:u z'twr vrjsst
w ” furnished upon reoaonable terms.
Oh Ctomr t(4., Mims Brmro onti Ro'lamfntr.
7Wb MATAMOBOH. MEXICO.
at one dollar ur. sail.
Bnow Flake Flour,
uiabie for Chronic Disorders,
diassiw* ornaa. and ta cunactoa-
wdelleale females, a pea* I* and sure
.^1 Beyrstor ofDabil*Uted systems.
Appettoer and corrector of the
A^mbiBbr the qasiU toe of a Mild Oa-
*nh *60— of an efk-tont Ktia—tost.
Invmtor and Patentee.
tffl* Commlsaiuu Mer
■f lSMtolw Tlobjr Waters. Pen>| i.'
'»d(1fin, 1M CrsrierBu—t, |
^lT NEW ORLEANS
A^eoMOIlX V. SINGER,
•••uvos dk samtiauo.
*• •w»rlmeot of
U AMD CWARS.
*WE» St LI4UORH,
Pj U00D8AMB QHOCERIM8,
^ Orleans prices.
' **uy mi IHosda and the public
0-mtSWSW. WI4 ?«
. W- WIL8QN A BRO.
«*— Texas Kxprn— Company's Offlce con he
fou< dtn thetwo^iUiry buUdine on lJthstiert,
opposite the sid*- entran— of Hiller's Hotel
jpKANK E. MACMANUS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, j
Customhouse Building. 11th street,
t,2h BROWNSVILLE TET*H
Lugre’s Brandy in casks,
Rasteau a Itramiy ia c
Amerlran Rrandr, Soap,
i Buckets, B—ns. Ac., Ac.
YZNAOA A HTII.LMAN
li Alt I > W A It i:, H A III) W AHE.
A Large assortment of
Locks, Hinges, Butts, Hoes,
Axes. Hatchets, foflbe
llM'Plia» . ~ —-i " - -
—• • m^a%s* ws
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BOARD *OF UNDER WRl TENS,
district of Bras— da Santiago. _b!7_
A new arrival of
Books and Stationery.
For sale by
•is—. Plows, Ac
v en R1T*'_e . erection of ft monument to cornms-
NkwOrlfanh, June4. -Gold 130$. morste the worth of hia father. As
Raleigh. the representative of North Caroli-
Ralkioh, N. C., June 8.—The na, I offer him it cordial welcome
t . President wa* met by the following from our whole people. I deem it
New Y’onK, June 8.—Gold 136} State officers: State Treasurer Bat- inappropriate to the occasion to &1-
Cotton unchanged. tie, Secretary of State Bent, Comp- lude to any of the political ques-
Washinoton, June 3.—The elec- troller Bnrgen, United States Miu - tions which now divide the public
tiou is progremng. «hal Gooilloe, and also by a com- opinion.
The Judiciary Committee is in- mittee of the City Council. Mr. We propose only a tender of
vestigating the circumstances con- Rattle, addressing the President, respect to the President, in which
nected with the pardon of the Ala- said: every true-heared North Carolinian
bnnift lawyer, Oayle who offered Mr. President—Iu behalf of the ought to join. We all desire the res-
a million dollars for Lincoln’s ns- people of North Carolina, it is my tomtion of Constitutional Union os
sasNinatiou. grateful province to welcome you ; nearly as possible on its old fonnd-
Weldon, N. C.f June 8.—The to our State. Born and raised to ations. and therefore we all honor
President an 1 party left Richmond manhood on our soil, von forty our illustrious guest, as posterity
between three and years ago left our borders to battle will honor him. for his intelligent,
four o’clock. On arrival at Peters-, with the difficulties and strive for constant and manly support of con-
burg they were met by the Mayor tho reward* of the great Wc»t. stitutional liberty. Welcome thou
of the city and Genernl Stonenmu. After being crowned with the most a hearty welcome, to North Caroli-
Tliey here breakfasted. The distinguished honors by Tennessee, ns’s son, who has rendered himself
Mayor expressed the pleasure cf the daughter of North Carolina, illustrious by his honest, earnest,
the citizens in having them for you havo by the aid of the people unflinching rulherency to the Cous-
gnests, and said to the President of the United States reached the titution and Union,
they would be gratified if the party highest point to which human am- The President was greeted with
would on their return triii remain bition can attain. Wo believe you applause, and responded as follows:
'longer in Petexuburg thattiiey have have, with singular intrepidity, us- Sir—Permit me, through you, to
done on this occasion, in order that ed the powers of your great office tender to those here present and to
there might be an extension of bos- with the sincere desire to heal the the people of the State of North
pitalities. wounds and advsuce the prosperity Carolina, my sincere thanks for this
The Presideut expressed his of our common oountry. On this, welcome, tendered me on the oocs-
thanks for the kind reception, aud your return, to revisit the scenes of sion of my return to my native town,
hoped he might in the future be able your early days, we extend to you I confess that, under the circum-
to reciprocate. Weldon was reach- a cordial greeting as our President, stances, and in view of the demon-
ed at 10 a. m. our fellow-citizen, our friend. strations which have been made
Liverpool, June 8.—Breadstuff's The President replied: since I reached Raleigh, as well os
dull. Com 39*. Lard 49s. Gd. i I have no language adequate to on the way, I am inspired with emo-
Tallow 44s. Other articles un- express my feelings And emotions tions which language is wholly
changed. on this occasion. I shall not now , insdonnate to express.
New York, June 3.- Flour 25c. recur to the scenes of my early life, - In the language of another, and
lower. Wheat dull and nominally for it has not been my intention or it is not worth while attempting to
lower. Corn steady. Pork dull at desire to make any general remarks improve upon it, “Here, in the city
$23 25d23 30. Lard dull. Wliis- on this tour, but simply to acknow- of Raleigh, where my eyes first
ky steady. Ie<lge and express my sincere thanks saw the light of heaven; here are
Prussia and Russia have come to for the manifestations of the re- the scenes of my childhood; here is
an understanding in regard to the'; epect of my fellow citizens. I ac- everything to bind man to his fel*
Eastern question. Tlie policy of knowledge to you, sir, and to those low, and associate him with sur-
M«driru'trin*r*irTc—k« each hereafter will be identical! whom you represent, gratitude for rounding objects; where the tender-
Pabis, June 2. — Extraordinary the welcome which yon have thus est emotions of the heart have taken
preparations are being made by the given to me. I must leave to yon ■ firm hold upon everything to which
government and municipal auUiori- aud others to infer what I ought to it is attached In making my cn-
ties for the reception of expected have said if I hail ventured upon a trance into this city to-day, my
royal visitors to the Exposition. full reply to the remarks which you mind involuntarily wanders back to
General Burton, commandant at have made. Again, gentlemen, I the time when I left her streets a
Fortress Monroe, has been ordered siucoroly ami heartily thank you penniless and inoxperienoed l>oy,
to proceed to Charleston, with com- Mr. Battle then said: Mr. $ecre- to make my way in tne world.
ponies B and H 1st Artillery. tary of State and Mr. Postmaster — ——h — n ----
Tho steamer Admiral Porter lias General —I am likewise oommis- Till* Flro-nrni Oilier,
been seized 1 by tlie Customhouse sioned to offer you cordial welcome i —
— Hhoreto I authorities at Montreal on suspicion to our State. We earnestly hope Ht>. Qne Dn»ARTHXNT or theGulf, 1
-Mm* of all of connection with the Fonians that in your progress you will paas New Orleans, La., May 16,1867. f
:<•. *<■•• The freedom of the St. Lawrence your time asrreenoly, and your re- ; SDCcial Order No. 45. ]
, however, closed with the ftb- turn will retain pleasant impres- Until further orders no fire-anus
of thf market.
We have at— opened a
Hruncli In Mntamoroa.
where we can rappiy oar c-tomera of both this morning
■idea with any eriiclea they may wieb.
(Tom all oar friend* for either hou«e.
COLON. I1UUI-.V A 00.,
Elizabeth Street, BroxcmciUe.
*•31 <'e—r Street, Matamoroe.
By Last Arrival
* We have received and will —II
Cheap tor C«*h,
Creen T—. Black T—
Creaked Sugar, Pulverized Sugar,
lloahea Rutter, in lor ire
and *mall pack-
t ANxi.i) rum s.
i Condr lifted Milk.
Rice, Wolden Syrup.
White wine in hoxea,
Claret wine in box—,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. S^5uSL2,w
rogation of the reoiprodty treaty, sions of our people and State,
and foreign vessels are not allowed Secretary Seward
Meed further than Quebec certainly say for nv
will be permitted to
"l-- ormnn t a nn *na toreign vessels are not allowed i secretary sewara replied: 1 can
i m. KUNDELL « W., to proceed further than Quebec certainly say for myself— for I do person in the city o
• without special permit. not undertake to speak for Mr.
foreign veesela are not allowed J Secretary Seward replied: lean either secretly or openly
person in the city of Nee
except such as may he authorized
special dispatch to the Herald,
a Rio de Janeiro, May 29, (?)
aondon, June 1, says that the
Postmaster General Ifondall—that or required by law to carry the
here at the threshold of North Car- same in the execution of their offi*
olina I find myself under a pecu- j cial duties.
liar embarrassment. I find the The Mayor of tlie city will give
ted States had
been declined by the Brazilian Gov- Secretary of State of the United; such instructions to the police as
.. __ eminent, and that renewed pra- States overshadowed by the Seore- may be necessary to insure s
tmafeiti Street, between loth # 1 A, were made to pro- .tary of State of North Carolina, enforcemant of this ordar, as
fAS secute the war against Paraguay. [This produced laughter in the person found violating the
t net- Usnas-4. }l "*■ wporUd t
pati-.,ag«. ws -ik-as had revolted ag.v,
^ b)zttr ing with him a thousand men.. the two
furikar figlibnn olin
Thaokful Sir peal
■hare Id thr luture
rted that Gan. Urquiza, crowd, owing to the marked oon- will be subiea to trial and punish-
By command of Major Gen. Sbo-
inst the allies, tak-) trast in the weight and stature of meat by military commission.
Secretariat, the North Car-
*»4 a«»«i<fti». *
■WS at ell Brer.,
Cholera i^mg m the allied camp. | inches hggfc, and heavy in propor- j|
*5hc revolt ~h: tbr 'trer;. J SwwiiHxt. ireetuueu: a nope ’
TSSSSBSwCi «i—u wl—mreji
e wall noil
Gmo. L HiarsoFr. A. A. G.
wr wW —S ritoa».»Wt
I ituMe e» •** v»w. “j • “"•> ■»■■■ wn ............ "ww-1 Foote asked a roan without a
j Richmond, Va.» June 2—Tho Pre-: date wall not moot srith aimihu «***- of time in him, “Why arc you
iideut on hia trip hither from Wash l harrassment while traveling tbiNHtgb for ever humming that air t" W
W— auuummeui—l by ^ tt w—**
tary Seward, roetmaster General I come here with the Prosidont
HaitdaD, 0»d. Wm E. Morris, of the ; with prido and .^atisfrotion on this
Jh’eaidenf 's staff; Surgeon Basil visit to his native HtaCe Pride and
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. TWY AS Col A. H. acwajdL -U. tx. A., and. mu. with hm catitux.
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^ JHLKH HOUSR
a. 4. Wtuer
der,M rejoined the wit, "you are foe
ever murdering ih”
mduum SuiuMiti unhi «*7 «*■
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liie pvuplv | jjhj udBi or drills.
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