Daily Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 262, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 4, 1867 Page: 2 of 4
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suspension of oourt during the j Kuwm*o Kx atn Otrr Influential; ftpur AdVFTtiwinPntt1.
The brrel tuu* w« bad to pen Una J atgtot to ptriact his aocuaaUou. tnu t Mexican residents of this city, bare f — - __ ; _ ______
the rending of Urn doqerxt
Liio,uv of si! witim****1, documents,
Li(j I nr siiuatmn t«:
kr:;;i ix the :Mth# **«•<*» »* iu j
oia»il*i*. Thai th*’ css* nndet <*ui-1
4tleiativfv»* "f *neix. m
volvmif so many point*
tlif •liffkiOi* n
W- * aj* If tv* * * WMHl I
moil al! that wi» kiid and that against aS law is
transpired at the Court Martial iu hit ud death brmua
proper order »wl cutahiiuaiivii. baa mure H*-:ajj|xar«ic«
rjnr-h wv~ jyrr^gjt
vm** ■ -
tionai law. hwtor and politics, tbat stt-uugrapVsr aud had no
tin* forty eight hours, which were to the documents to rectify errors. *
truuL It bad] tit
_ ti _
pre*voted u» from rendanng literal-1 oecnacd on their own sta
ly . iart. the words prWMWIK^d Mid ‘ than by the pruu&t adduced
phrases used. We were without s them by the proatr itiou.
Regarding the sc»*u»a«i o
‘ ‘ “ >, that he si-
-ertr* *n,. r,i,i--
tv par the fit Man on her last
p, that the Mexican Minister i lHa faUowtng are the committee*
Kent*r Hrmtcm has been inmt mait: «#pdtntr*! for *tip«mtU-qri»»g the
U _________. ■ rrVtr11 >1 «U - •>< .> nriri-' •
P»mu- ...WW.. «w ww —*»>
Also that he ’ of out National Independence, *
apital in su- ‘ Thursday next July 4th, 18(57.
oomiiTTr* on i»booiummr:'> *
unvrnrt n n
H II hi It T Y *•
-f Lu tm
uieut at Washington,
bail retired from the
granted, nre insufficient for its pr*- It has been the work of a memory tempted to proton/ the war be ap> 1 ^ contempt and insult, actuated by]
station. That the prieoner should weakened by fourteen hours of pointing a regency w case of ^ j jn-UiOCk trial and ex»wict«<l h***™-
not I**- deprived of the proper r'eans mental labor, and we M the Judge loath, aai dthe council with eamaat-1 . . ... *
t J. ,u,h> iy.rti,'ilUrlv IU In nanlnn na nara Aait 1 JmWm Dial tin. UOB Of MaXifUlilStJ ttU<i MIS fftUlcr- i
Hon. Win. Neale,
of dt lense, and inore iJartH'ttlarly in Advocate and council, To pardon us: non and spirit, 1 declare that Man. ! *Jul1 °r MaximiUau a*d hMqfimer-
this c ute it is imperatively neoe*- if we have not beonexact in our imilian’s subssquent aet of abdioa-, ala, the newa of the confirmation of j
•ary, the nature of the can** requires , work as historian. What
that all the legalities !*• n»molied j declare is, (hat we hare
with; that calm ns** and delioera- adhered to the truth in reference to
lion merk the proceeding*. in order < all the circumstances connected with
that the fair name of this republic 1 this esse.
t x m l
! rrrTrrrr 4
St wr do; tion at the Cerro de la Campana. ie, which was hourly looked for.
in . Oo nyr lwaot I «td ok. • Wyku>|ln(Mt
sure you, and likewise nan the fault-
I. B. Bigalow, .
A. A. Dearalon.
F. J. Parker,
Marian* Rita* assure
otrsssaHve *e Saamcss WosasCs
JO*, that *n that ah:hr a* if ; - - f4u#r *
no ovid^OM Oi Mi
Cooocrnm^ the article *J8. of
whieh the Judge Advocate spoke in
justihcation of the absence of e¥i-
-nmt.T romnni Trnnnpx:rrri nrfnrr: TrmTuuu&aju Urn reJecCon* eauT-
the world which so anxiouidy awaits . tml by this’eolemn triah but reiluced
the w.»l*tion of this soc ial drama j to )>a(xir by the historian, in it will
S* v»;*] author* uxrs cited to wia j be bmnd «»nly wbai iranspireq, and
tain the position taken j wc hare repeated but tha words said, denhe and documentary proofa ^1
t he ronrt oxerTuied the poamon * keeping silent our own feelings, the council for the defence answer-
t itkeu and forced the defense to I Hereafter we will disturb that ab ed i a so many words, that the times
trial, th«< counsel dwlaring that, lence which we thia day maintain
they ■'•>uld Imt would not keep , out of coinpaaaion for the tried, and
silent m \i«w «*f tbs ^ rssjxcf f;r 4hi h"1.** nirTiGr. cf
of the court eud the illegality of the (tht reta*rter whoexplain^uestions.
law, smi then commenced giving, d*-f«ads prlnciplae aiwt cruahfw
!Lo hUtory of the prisoner ^ Mr. . rrunc, but salutes respectfully the
< Mf-gH, who vnf thm "j’vwktng, • fallen, if he does uol raise his coin-
Lkee > oaHsa* tjj fla
> MOttaa TW fietWfi
vsrrkl#* :a tic isdtp.
•TearlUw taflsa4 "Mai —lyasi—w. *.
maw lUHO MOV ■ <^w*»#st GHrfU TM
ed in so many word*, that the times
of the inquisition had passed, in
which nothing but the men Arms
jVj Xfwrwxwquiiwu wr sob*
vision TheyncTer eupyaed
rwt im>ae4<a4 tk# Nawoi
Mr Aiptrez expected tte Xexcrxtie; that rewkm
t whose youthful----“*---
Oh! Oh ! Now the idea of a “Yan-
kee school mann" with a very nar-
Tssr. '*.**..*- shaped -j jj.
tended aa a vulgar slur on the sex
It m ■ “ Xmu'mrm- witiuoi raanDi
said that he would answer to the . iMSKiouato vomw in mercy for him.
charges made against t]io prisonur, *Jt was uiuc o’clock ut night, when
l*ecau»M’ lie was forced to do so, not ’ the President announced that the
iM-rsiUho there cxisteil any prinif1 court ^tood adjourned to eight
HU-t iming tin charges Ho run o'clock to morrow morning, that the'make
*u<*twining tin cnargea mu ■ odock to morrow morning, tnattne: make a rarce or juswoe, under a
over the history of the accused, uia j defence could not longer continue j watchword, instead of proceeding
urinal in Mexico, autiworing to the 1 ** the court deeired to consult coun- according to the dictate* of their
court whose youthful member* were
the brave ana noble soldiers of the, . , . . . ..
r^.Uir tnd^tmbM for th. nor-, ’“H “ll «•»!
pose of condqpiing, and not coarict- ] is narrow, while her foot is as dedi-
tag. And lastly that they never be-1 cate as her native codfish, after it is
lsiva. that the honorable oourt would gp|i4 up guti dry-salted. By the
J. Q. Brown,
tt. L tiams
O. P. Blackburn.
Card and Job Pr«Wa(J
•«|WW1 - Uteri, M
■M»tss mp. TWr m wa
lywasuw. Tteiew«wf«a r>s3T5
•taw. wttteM Osf. Ite r«ci«Ur MrtH *2
ttexrt. SpssdTTiso to 3*ft
m*n» rad rrtmrti rmr **IJtJfrty" 1
istaSe OteM. sue to. itoswc.MM ^
i No 3 Qimrto-Mediuia. 10»U .orSw^i
COM*, w-th Pmmtaia, $«1
commitrs* or ssassosuasTM.
charge made against him as hu (oil m inference to some points in | own consciences. They,, the council,
scorned to entertain this idea of the
asuriw-i | the ca^e.
If. *aid, Maximilian U-iug at Mi-1 Utu or jrKE 1887#
rstnwr received a delegutkon of Mex* j state i hour the
having gone through
rm, was declared in sesi
iewns, presented to him by a high |
functionary of the court of his , . , .
will, . an,, 1.. ..ffcr him the (o™' w“ *!c'»red •»
, i..wu of Mexico. ?w-?9wf Pt“"S
Mmimilian reh, n-.l to Mcept the , ">® I “k«l *•» <?moc,l
th. nntion I,or tbe Pr,*onen‘lh'J h,d
way, we have seeu feet right here in
Texas, plenty of them, too, that we
would jut sgainst all the trotters in
Christendom for delicacy, symmetry
The id*, » the .7S; i,U<1 a Pe,toflt rsr---
Tia Iikadt Koitor.—The art of
nuwapapering made osy, or the
Editors Ready IViend. For spe-
cimens of this valuable work, nee the
bravej’hiehi compomng this cotm
Uu i strange argument of the Jud/e Ad-
A. W. On cal,
J. Q. Brown,
It. B. Foster.
Lient. W. A. Clark,
C. 0. Hoyt,
Ho. 4 Hsl# Mfdlaiu<*3*l!i *T **
ciL. miu, a1 i
Thw* rlMssa. two mu niter stork? L
, ler mould, sac bud r»dsr. »r>d twr- «rra
COUMirrU ON RBrSMMSJlT^.
One of the council for the delenae,
we believe Mr. Vegs, naked the
J udge Advocate by what right he
crown until the will of the nut ion ^*furtii^ac« for the de-! a*muHed the order of the supreme leading editorial column in the Rio
* should la- known to him. Mean-
.1,,!,, th* Frrnrh ,«-opi«l Menc.... 1 ^?«"wililf »!>'!^l^*t»U
|N-ruil government Mr. Aapiroz
united with his known abilit
”1 Vl.r#Mrvnr ,f luvoni ii *‘"i' but wiahed to reserve further eocoraing w a-rui-M o «i .*
and under the terroi of bayonets ______________a. inclusive, comprised m the lnw of
tlu, SHwembly of notables was con-1 ^meut mit‘l ft laUr **nod m the the 26th of January, omitting the
\okrd. who voted the creation of an .. « . A_n:_rt_ | balance, and among them Article 28.
empire, of which the archduke was . , i u ^ 1 Mr. Ortega read the ^rder and made
I., I., th, hMd. ■ luJ. r tho min- **”■»■» "pi te ch.rg«! IT
euiw of the asid assembly many
anninpulities gave in their tulhe-
Hion. and these nets of adhesion
were remitted to the emperor elect.
Mmimilian, still hesitating.
'-ulted the most eminent
England, and th*^-college ------ . . . . .
dei’lsred that hu was elected by the . ^ “*'* 0,1
will of tin nation, emjieror. The earers. ® . , .. . i ample notibcation of tne dsiense.
!r“ 'ST°oTi.^o“h'SnU^1 U,Tr.,uC!K piri^ th. court wont ,nto oecrot
nmnhant imrticH Msximilisn ac- l«»'d before our readers m our last “J “f. , ^
„,!t - uuuitx-r. ,„ which Le omted a re-! * ««M court martialdiKolTod
usurper, but on the
legitimate sovereign, aud, moreover,
thn- belief was confirmed by the re- '—” “**; T'v»- ~r . *u
<•option he race*veil on his arrival *blo'v the charge* by °f the aj
in thin country, unaccompanied by I absence of any jrroof of the same,
troop*, and none with him but his “re *. Advocate aa
a protest baaed upon three pro-
poeitions, energetically protesting
against the admission of evidence
subsequent to the trial, inaamuoh
mind, of hw|“a»P^n‘i““h»?J^ckrt
accusations I nP> ***“ ^ Jadge Advocate had
I u notification of the defense.
Grande Courier, of July 2d and dd,
which are made up of reprinted
matter fro j the NewOrleaos Timas,
and for tho first time in the history
of the Courier, properly see redifeed.
We mention this fact as denoting
a moot happy improvement in the
Conner's “ways and means commit-
8. P. Oelstoa.
F M. Randall,
F. E fitarck
TSRiscsas or oommit
P»om mvmi>4v* lu dm haadml prHMa.
be •hvwn is satisfactory r>p*rstios is Us m.
DF.V.ENKK A WKILB*
U 0 hsa tars Htrast . cor. ('rstrv N r
B»iM.b OSkM- J* Bad*,a Rt. !’bilada*fc-
sad 19 Wslor Kt.. Hootoo ^
Bssnfs -tory 3tR. 139 ssd 334 '“‘trtj R
lliMhrni ln4*nfai«Hl mf th*
Ilsfio* czsisiimJ sod »ers mted all a*
®®4ors job sod cord prorat W( BnbtruLMi»
dll O dor Ido.» profoofcro to tbs ••
Proos ovor oil otter* Oso ■ st bo *o*a ta**r
*• ondon, o or our aiscorily. wo offer i*
voo rte-itsad dailan ta fo’U U*t m
prlster ta tte Unttod Sutco cssdosfeote
slsla or fsscf jot. os as* otter bud of m
ttas woisadoosoor " LitertT " Jot Km
MOT. . MALTBT * KIISST
jamem conncas sons
of uiwngemeuti, will: United States Type Ffondrj
wear a rosette on the left breast A”0
------------ PBIJTEK'8 WAKKItlSK,
VTOTICE TO SHIPPERS
_ No*. 38. 30 and 32 Centre m,
tteyers per tte Qfjp—oo sad Iras— ttaa- . Osrsor of tesdo. ikw vors
star Milo of tad« w. —. —«, ....
ofier Uto doto soaf otter* mil to s.xocd bj
Of o No. 1
oo well a* oil
cteap by BRAUNRCHWflGBII * LKVV.
Tte typo os eteck tbw pspor m pntm o
IVmb tte stev* Koosdry. fe1»7 rf
They may te bad of tbos*oat«. Kis*,
fiSHufiOMgWi s::. m
Kmorts. is good ortet and well coadiUoaod, j
Wt Naaifkrtars t«r Own Neck,
by- oo booed tte otoasiafctp--of tte I
Morgan Use of U. 8 Mail otosaoro ‘whereof
• >WSN C. OWSMO.
■aid that all
r,imiv Tbl ovation,,' to^ira to|n»» stera.vw* ^
ing beaten them in a thousand
light y, will this day decide their fats
either by approving their sentence
or extending clemency. The city.
him hi bin transit from Vera Cruz I uolclF”),.v an<*
totln . itv of Mexico and 0 th. 1 n8t.v V *» «"*bU.h the
r lyifef ta tbr port of
Rrato* Haaliagt', sod bousd for »ialfO»lon.
OWSMS a AGAR.
■m rosimasder n«,w
lagw and Imum for *«aivo*ioa t
' Booksellers, Stationers,
' board any *f amor vT tne let hMaa lor now
. j Ortas* direct or via UeTWirk'o Hay and Ope
I lomas Kailroail aa Ur a peat* may detenslsr
lew *i jgktgy;j?Siiaasjf
J^RACNHCHWKIOER A LEVY T?’-'.)""-
Oflbrtar seta at tte 'oweat Martel Rates, the
foltowisf lot of good*. Joat received
NO tela. HOUR, of ctetoe breeds'
100 Seeks HAVANA and RlO C0KFR£.
being marked and sustterod sa per margin; to
be eoeveyed upon aatd taamteip direct, orl
trasakipped a- aforesaid at tte port of (*afee*
ton, ttenco unto tte sort of New Orleans, is i
like good order aa«l condition (tte set of God.
Photograph Album and Bleak
Book Kan upturn re.
No. 110 William fttnwt.
that Maxiuuliau was there oh an ,.l° ‘'STH,,,,8U 11 ■* ft
iustruim nt of. France, that the ! V^ioixa to the identification
archduke had been in conflict with
her *inre the agreement at Mira-
mar. That there France ask<*\l the
cession of Sonars and he refused it,
of llimr (lersouH The absence of! Ho 11 If PonoVlAlVi
thoM* reoortls and testimony which L/dlly IVUIiOIlCn).
the council deem so string*, amounts; •'
to nothing. They are not needed. " ~
ahamantinkcandlrs. of v*
100 Kte',8 NAlLfl^of assarted «Ur#
the (Gentry'■ aorsata. flrv At are<ir ta port, o>
• ideot* to or from iaa< bier ry, boilers or a tram,
rrwtratnt of OovomsMmt. pirate*, rokter* or
Curaw of Joka Start,
,VA »» YOU.
lastly os tend a lull aa
and even iuaist^d that the article1 Tho I»r»«qpcrs were captured with
claiming thif nretennion should be | •r?n* ,n t*l©ir hands, and th*»r
stricken out; that h. n>uUntlv op- |cru7* «• known to U» entire
,wre.l die .lemnnd, of the French *^IJ He concluded by rekinn
oScinle, end thu nuto of nlTwre ln*tt»p,Ulpuni»h»eutUwljndgrf
hinted until they quit the* country. ■ ,M'cU*<}”-
When Maximilian perceived the Messrs. Vazquez and Ortega then
first Mymptoma of general diacon- successively sddressed the court for
MALTBY & KM NET.
Uditoiu, Pobliatera asd I’roprietor*.
J. F. STACKHOUSE, Editor.
tent, he withdrew from the capital,
and in Orizaba and Cuernavaca he
railed around him his ministsru of
Thsredsy Kermis*, Jsly 4, lbSJ.
tertmest of sit Mad* of
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
LUgJUBS. TOBATOO. CIGARS. Ac. bjJ U
* The large and well ksoars
W< beg taw to <-aU tte alirntwo «f aar
tktavea, coUMow al aea o»'ta poll, and all asd : S *****.°*r u*f
p»rrv diDirr of lh«* M*aa Hvnx and .tnu m. mifeCSIAaSSOvU ao<i
vigstidn r>f wbatovar oatueper kisd aoevt-r ei ^•wr^uRaes Ai.mma, Knvsl
te *h1p oar osracr ttereol
being liable for lam from any of tte cans**
above ciceptad.) asd to te- Iter* (Mmrud
within roach nf tte atassmhlp'a tsekta, asto—
---or to bl« or tteir omgm. upon tte pay-
ment by biv or them te atcaatahlp’* freight at
tbs rate-In tte cnnvscy aa watered la tte
naargis tervof. with prtawgv and awraga ac
unciainplad vtw* 4
■n 1 Smoni Baao
PsevoomAPS Ai.acua, Kkvil••rs*. lau, Pm*
Pstretts, and at.t vaaims* *nd oaaaa *»
HTATKwasr WR MANUPA(*T(TRE LAlb»*
LY, OUR OWN tiOODR. ate an thwwjn
shtad ta o#vr to Jobteni ate rttoltan. M*iw
.11 ta cspi—aly teisstafead. that tte srtktaa
Mate is Uiia Bui <h Ladraa Mali te at is*
goods tar tte aaac money than • as gwanli;
te obtaissd IstteNtw York Market.
We lava* dealers, toacterv ate sdscsoami
vtet Now IToik.tccsIstaar
0 William Wrest.
OWENS A AGAl
risk ol tte «wnsr. Shipper or ■•ssalgses there
re red from the tackles of the
of, sa aoss as dative
atssaaer ta the afore asid port of Nsw Odessa
The first of thems gentlemen care-
fully refuted the clmrges and con-
-tstf- aud conanlted with them about j eluded with these memorable words
TrsaNf Among The
W'o-’wt.^E.re liT °pUM *1 - *e«) «-•—
__ Ighlf. j turn
the legitimacy of his elerfios and, addressed to the court: “ii you
t b<* w ill of tho j»eople, and they re- condemn the archduke to death Ism
pmiented to him tho entire fidelty not uneasy shoot s coalition in Eu-
*>.f tin- people
Mewit ably did the* counsel refute
the charge of cruelty charged upon
the prisoner. He esid the law of
the :>d (A October, was msdo by
Maximilisn when he was chested
into the twlief that President Jus-
re* had slsindoncd the territory
and that one of the artiflM of that
ropfe, or the threstsniag sttitudo
that the United States may assume
towards the republic. I have cob-
Night before last, fehsre wi
trouble amongitbe elect, radieal .loy-
al leaguers Internal dissention like
a tape worm in the mud, it kaawtng
on Muir vitals. One member was
to stare, pa mitts# to
■ tarste to tbs port of
«ignsr. Tbs <
AND WMOUBBALK DRALRI
of tte at earner's anst) te^stsi
tte# to ly sfear* lasdrj, or rr
ffrrE51B00^, Papers A Statjoiwrf,
A QftBf fof (Ha I Ate A a alia te te * Saute a la Ml A 9
st tts Costae H<
Has. 448 AM 444 AMAMWAf,
fidence in the liberal armies, that! ohsiged with threats to bredf up
have rooted out the French from 1 the club, for the reason that his
this soli But I Bar ths universal ** » position on the regia-
reproach th* w,n Ml upon our -
country, as on anathema, more1 77 “ 77^ ^^
than even the sentence of death, by an appointment The oiub
immediably expelled him, as a rs-
tba performance of tteir Met os Monday
aett, tte 1st Say of Jofy. 1M7. ol tte Coon
Rosas sf Caswros cos sty, ea Ite corset sf
ifldt sad Lrrer starts, Is tte #Ry sf Stew
OSes hours from • a. to *t r. it, doily.
Bsarnyv eire ptod
P. B. LYTKIN.
o tkrroAwa aSss «te usrvbrata«- 1 I
teen delivered, ate in case *o< U
not to be do
law wm dictated by the command-1 because of tbs nullity of the pref-
er in chief of thr French. Moreover, ceedings of this court. ’ t rite t orv member
tl,„ bvr wu ,mlv intruded *. aj M p(xU Mr 0rUga pro- p«Jwon
11 T 7 *7 *. l Tti. KeuU«mau i^u Sr. PT|*' ,"h. ,, u. x._ - ■
prewired lor .wo od Imt it *a« lor. hare mod him and w«re, ?°* ^ th. IUgw»rar. mad« a d«-
conceded. And still more, that no reminded of the beauties of Mira- nifiesnt speech in ‘which he show-
uiKt t.-r at what hour of the day or audience was held spell- ed up the bslligerant brothers’ de-
hl^t 1 ^ ** with notation, d th. rtah, nmd. y*
that ,,r„h.r hi. rret nor hi, lal-ora
regarded, which " as against the irregularity of the pro-
Y| AONOLIA HOUSE
O ats castA uoras.i
At tte foot sf tte Wharf. Main 8t#t«i
'J. I. Rundell,
aball bar* teen
claim wliotassr it aioy te, tee II sol te prefer!
waived, sod the Stavakip sad tte owners
thereof shell te 4tarte*w-d Vvsfrom
Ate Hi#further enrisMy slipsloted. theils
• aacthc steamahip aball te detotasd at the
USMlta.eC far tte Port of the Mew Ortar*.
MEBME^^KNSUSriUmi Burned is the
tm, rmvUcap, Rots, tegaj ate otter
Writing Papers. Enrtlopte
all Mass, qualities, ate colors.
ABB AM. RI«M SO ST*V90S«ev
tar the Ofltos, flehsol oo« OteoMhr Nrim
should • l*e
Finally, thr- council
if Ifcing imcorn
He said that he had ofisod to"
! oradinjp He called 'attenuoiT to ™*ign hit own position, in the d!»-
argued the the pnactple in right sad law that ] oatfifUd brothers favor. He also
the law of the Judgu Advocate should first
itihlc with ! read his petition before the defence
ItartPf my j tee see from Browsariita is at
wmo ss tte Dtalrict Conri ta tte apses
1. when tte srtleles eteU have teos K-----
roa the tackle* or Uw »t*»tn«><ip •
^»3?/tprrolj Stlpataud.' that ‘ «
11..............B55 n::;: \^
th** rights *»f the ijAtmu, inasmuch to be beard by the court should be ^*e eafir^foouuty, who could
i’ 1 • I • I is Jii:nli! tin* JU(hrr ' tlu>«^» nt thu appiKi .t -----j ■ 1 —Lite «1 ■■■ will ■
conquered. T^io council the Judge Advocate with having.th^t th* <4nU aabM ralte —wiw —.I
win he attasdsd
THAAO MQ8BH k CO
romptotod, wtea tte ateeles vhaU have b—a
deliver-d from tte tackle* of tte vtoaotakip
And it» rnrth.r ___ ______
AOd Ite vvatr thereof, ateli sot
be liable for I<mm or 4i
Wot, hrestaggs. or ssSusI S—* of dooio, «*r
damage from leakage, mat.
reiipssMhlr tor gold, aii—r J'lrrioo* money
swills, Tssss. JaaeTt, 1M7.
la varioas laagsagea.
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4#f ifft^tiiU. jrwrtrv. nor tr***ufr of mmy li»4
nnt^Mi Bnl-» f>r in ^ *l. 1
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the history which wi*’ judge of the of the proofs furniahod J»v th^ **tr" +'’a* PtwiLon* am alii OoSl^l(>.$0^ MfifChfiCtS
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•ho | witniesale Dmleni ln: »^mstiM-
Igrriblc deeds done this day, os the ft nsc, which is at variance with ths; Mid numbers of dazmsisfs
ihJ*.x^li4-a of tte- “‘dci.m- rh^sdpsst^asdtts rights:-a&cty ic:S* cam
ihuicr of M* xi*o io wave the good of all things. Hs rsproache.1 ihelrag more oiiULlaaJ iu » rlkl teW
ne?m- **f this wuntry in the syos of ] Judge Advocate with Itavim
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;*tamakiph«th a«aed tail* U Ladta«. ail ref,
. Uua Urerew >*»■* dvrr- rsr wfcTTTfJf UTtai SOifiSi- i
• pn«he4^tae other* ta -law4 vulj,
Baplevlw JU—.. r.ital’mss.
netm* **f this country in the syos of Judge Advocate with having collat-;__nv .,, __ fiT)nr'l?t>Tiru
rmniiig generations, that they will j rd into his petition, proof tnst had , ^ °* appointed, we j_CtRO( PiRIH)8«
f rr :r ajiiiUuJ ~thr crrrrriu^ w,*vi, u*mu' *ra«» usnat uw tnai, j—*• “*'•'* *** 1 ™ ••!ik-i/ai-L-uu uii/u.n#u. x
kxcterxas null* tte-i »-* L;- --——- *«
Liu: -matcat of
gri st* st of psrdonn. Here endeit I of8c«»r had taki-n
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BeowKSTiLi.R, Tssae. Mays*. 1W7.
mrrt.aato -~t 11 t.... —
. is Met oojf mvsexv
ta' “ A Sf JomAa (Jmirta _
*wj Msiico, teret-y protest
ths terms sf tha ahsvv bill*
/.SAN MOM All A atSara.
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Maltby, H. A. & Kinney, Somers. Daily Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 262, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 4, 1867, newspaper, July 4, 1867; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth846293/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .