The Daily Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 27, 1867 Page: 2 of 4
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red groins of common wuw, cannot | in oomewhat mixed Thai we tail
(ul to mm eouiidikiim ra Maeaelva more than our a hare of traiha.
mimm* • and ProprtaUfb
^Ntl*) lanilw, NcpU 27, Dtf I.
Hw'i irmmTi and * *»• <vrmt» we cait
MI Ft WSY. I ik- more hope for liberty and paaoo
puxder ilia one idea ernaade of N«« oaowof aU this ^irking iTiiJ
I Fuglnnd, than under the anarchical
Mwxiueu rule It in uo more death
to touch Mexico, than it
!* if not moat, of which are nn-
ualatabh to aoiadbod v ia the
op to this time we have been able
to defend the Ram-heso against one
is to be , and all of the thundering attacks;
put through the square New Fug* and generally we have been able
laud hole. A tusn might just as to give about as good a* sent But,
well I* dead us to have the milk of1 alas! our day of reckoning has
human kindness squoesed out of‘come; our hawser played out; the
the important fact that government ( him. He might as well be dead as last link of oar sausage reached.
n» u restraint; an abridgement of to l>e made over agaiu iu a square The New York Tribune, Chicago
iberty; n trespass on the freedom j New England mould. He had bet* I Times, New Orleaua Times,, Phila*
of man Nearly all people* of the U r be dead than live under a i delpbia Ledger, the Army and
rtnh rrtrr ronrtrntn.l to &Und llm * *Twn acted. seTffat. bigoted, Intote-’ Navy Journal, and ahool of others,
Mexican* ure ubout
people who realise and
clepiivaiinn* and eucroachiiioutM of
government on the** jwirnitiverights
rant, hide-bound rub*
New England or Mexico!
have repeatedly given ns jeesic
Koine- i without the least seaaouiug of jus-
ami tr* edoth, tSBt Mexican* have I thing betwoeu the two would suit tice; still we live, and in feet came :
never » .-aacnted to anything uf Um us; but if vre must choose, give us - out of the fight without a «e**t*4t,
"Touch Mexico and Die!
“Et fu Bnifp,”
hind* ami have only tolerated gov-
ernment when they couldn’t help
it ^Mlili -hated, detested old
Sf>AIP fr»r«*« . • my nf r«vftrv *s rvA«*ne«i .r. . ..
* A. ~ ------ - "----; inr tonowmg we cup trom a co-
on th, that i. ... U„ J........ M TttOTj.r.„ ^
(orertr and , nim.r „
eternally, liny wo^jd just as soon
consent to be hound on a wheel and
never have we been hurt until uow.
Now, that leprous old devil, Jamee
Gordon Heunett, who made hisliv-
Uaowmviuj; Texas, I j
Sept 35, 1867 J j
Gnmn - The citisww* «w rtmwna*- .
viHe. kindly impressed with your so '
jotirn among them, and regretting ;
your departure from their midst,
offer you as a token of. their respoct
and appreciation, s Ball which, witli
your approval, will take place to
morrow oveirug, Kept 26th,) at
Miller s Hotel.
Your attendance is earnestly so- '
holed, and the.ragret for your de-
parture hence, will in some inannet j
be by yuux piusunnn at the.
ball, to which the citizens heartily '
* For the Committee.
To lirevel Major Gsaeral J. J.
Heyuolds Corn'd g, Dept, <ffTexas,
Hit y^nn m-n-Dirr , nr HlO GftAl*TY,
Hiiownkv»»l».Tcx8«. Sept 25 «7.
»ttt «*.*»* itfca** vs outmmrrT
Our neighbor seems to fate
Jvv ♦ e«.a»*W w. ^
whe l*««arH hunnmhJr scars, at the
, hands of baudy women, fur descend-: Hon. \Y. NloIc.
1 iog Itelow even the social rules of j Mayor of Bffau uevJie.
the harlot 'a den, arraigus u* on the I I#•/ Dear ,Sir.—1 am iu receipt of
crualied, aa t*» •*• l*mnd by the gal- badly abroad as he does at home iu charge of unreliability. Nevei have | yonr kind note of this date It will
ling - liiiiUK of goverumeut. They
tm-d govermueut i-ncc, and now
even Muxican is roady t«i exclaim,
"1 11 take no government iu mine!"
Mevico i* lln bigheat type «*f free-
dom <*n earth Khe stauds at the
top round of the ladder of freedom.
Nh«- ih the extreme of Libertv, free-
dom, license and liaexitioiienes*;
ami what is called goveinmcnt in
Mexico, in nothing more uer less
thnu unbridled license. It is simply
regaid to a reputation for reliabili- ■ we been hurt until now. This lost
ty. The Chicago Times informs its ,H the uukmdeet cut of all. Eveu
limner**ua readers, mi regard to a * , .
n-». It.* tut I h..l h,r ,or "u“‘" 0#"r*-' «"■
to tnilieve the Htatemeut true, until \ thousand dollars, to put in his toil
\te nuhh' ttfton by the Hnnrhrrt>. «eum as the "beat liv*ug s|>ecimcn
Tho New York Herald pitches iu. of a liar and aoonndrel,’ arraigns us
»ft« th. (uljowmg style: _ ou the cbar(,, 0, unrel,abnit, W.
Uttr policy in and tbi. clni- c** * aooww, uulMo by invoking
est union of the political Ivonds of spirit of the devil, and then we
good wiU l»otween the two conn- couldn't. Our check* are leadv to
tries It is necessary to correct i* banded in. Tho New York He-
accomplish much. Woodchucks can
be smoked out, hot yellow Jack ia s -
somewhat more stubborn customer
On* opinion ia that "freaas out”1
iwsb WhAv winr*t y«tWS 'mA j
Some folks think that Dr. C. K. |
Loans has no ioflnence a.th the
military authorities uow, that he has
been removed f*-otu the office of
auper vising registrar. When any
one kaa influence enough to gel a
mau <>f Proverb Nickels’ standing
arraigned before a military com-
mission for peijury ia regtstjt.ng,
lummr liflkiu ikon l£r kftrl ■
better sternl from under. I>r. i
Low.-ie is not deed if he be remov-1
tnovod frvtn office.
Tt ^ T '-1 - , L’-------- 1 *---1 !
x tic wtntmtrr w ■ nm liuuiAts, wipt. ,
Robert Dalzcll, Rudolph Clerk, will
leave for Bio Gnutde City to mor-
Tin bt earner Mxtamoroa, Capt |
Hhtd.-.:,.':. ram a
tip night before last from Braana,
a mcaitH to divurru thofie who might j,.ncv to stir np turbulent elements u**' am* l^ere is no CaasiUH to save
Im.lii poM-.l toorgaui/c and institute . that do much damage to both na- ns; we sink
*<»iii< s,.it <>f cumiiiunitj l>rote*A»«*l., buns and post none the harmonious
>111*1 r. rt th. unbridled irsedctu | relattOBship which our geographical
w Inch runs i iot throughout the laud
The Mexican church is a part of
that government; having for its ob-
ject rxcusMs in everything forbid*
dcu by civilized nations. Thus
these's the tUlilmstsring spirit which
The Governor and Military com-
w« arc pU-nscd to notice, is about j mander of the State of Guanajuato,
to lie crushed by an order from Pre- 'lias issued a stirring, defiant and
sideut Johnson. At the same time rev0inti0|iarV protest against tho
ttitfsaLfK i •«- a-n.
Bho Grande whi. his the medium !Jllwez This protest he forwards
1 he extreme opj>OMte of Mexico j 0f „u u|t»a rebel Nenthucnt of to the Governors of the various
ie New England. As Mexioo is the j T«\as, the; fillibuHtsnng wcajion of Mexican states for their inforiua-
highest tyjie of freedom earth, aggreasi ve warfare against our neigh- J tjou
N,» En*Wl Ujlu.|.1gl.«t t,,«.(Jor. Giiz.a,., «y. bo w-1
contracted, Mdfish, bigoted, mtoler- L^ u<twooll Ucx[co „m|h th#
:uit,in le-ljound government. Could j t’mted States.
New Eng!ami and Mexico be united.
«*4liciuea vvonM iudetxl l>e joined
It would b« a junction of tlu. Puri-
tan < iod with the Muxican Devd,
and it is hard to tell wh*ch is the
more tcrrllio countiy of the two,
K”,Uua,.r U.4i<» H, ■ .uc. aiithoiihip...........)«<**><» He wy, there i, greet
rult <1 l -y tli« iron bool of ruligiuti j ***** uneasiness and serious alarm among
iui.Huw. and the other by anarchy , h habnd ! Icl.abod !! Thy glo*l the jicople over the election order,
mu mad. Mov’co is aP freodom, j ry has departed f om thee!’’ Gov. (jlurusu says his conscience
licctiso nud licentiousness, an<l New Wo have only to note an orror in wjU uot Iwrmit him to bo aji instm-
Euglun l is all rigor, intolerance, j the Conner's remarks, which shoi-Jd meut iu any such proceeding, and
hove tcad os follows: ; caunot but regard the carrying out
“Our neighbor seems to fore a«|of tho; order as certain to plunge
budly abroad us the Oouriar does the county into anarchy, and
at home, as regards a roputo*
Wholesale slaughters of impel ml
gem rids and speeches from Liberal
leaders, lending to enrage the nub-
lie n^auist our neighbor, have (>een rez the devil.
the election, but tlmt he and his
stAte w 11 resist any change that
may lie mad.* in the eonstitution by
by t»n olection bald under that or-
der. In plain terms he gives Jua
He accuses him of
to Kscobcto lx*orea evidence
Ilio (trande authorship
. . * .
The late not being guided by the constitution
and of disregarding its sacred in-
New England lias a mill which
grinds everything just so flue. That
mill grinds Mints and couscu-uces;
religion and slavery; niggers him! , ti0ft for reliability,
white men. Everything which gets Th* Hfinil(l ,lo^ uot mt,utiou ,lje
into the grasp of Now England has ; liam<, of the itANCHttt0( but the
to be hulled tlirftttgh that mill. 1 he
afford me great pleasure to be pre-
H.*ut at the ball, aud 1 l»<*g to assure
the eitizeiiH of Brownsville through
you, their Mayor, that 1 will take
with tue be kindest remembrances
of the many courtesies, uffieie! and
private, that 1 hnvareceived at their
bunds ditnug ray serviss among
' I am very respectfully,
Bvt Maj.Geu. J. J. Rrr>oLns.
i > —* 11 —
There is another liichiuond in the
field for governor of Tamattlipas.
There were three Indore aud now
another has eou.e. It is said Gen.
Guadalupe Garcia is to be announ-
ced to-day as candidate for gulier*
nab trial honors. W'hat they want is
some one to collect duties on the
arrival of goods at Matauioros and
turn the funds over to the general
government. Garza is going nl*out
the country ple.lging luuiself to
make the whole state a free |K>rt,
and is sure to do it if elected. Tre-
vifto is a more natiour1 man and is
wo” understoo<l to lie opposed to
the iuiqr:tors tree jtort system. He
is r iderstoo.1 11 bo the Jui ez can-
didate r id is «ti favor of rr»s* ig a re-
venue out of the Matamoros jiort
of entry. The issue is undoubted*
ly betw.*3ii Trcvifio cud Garza ^not
Garcia. > and it is to be- hoped that
the peoplo of Tamac'.pas have re- ^
sped enough leL for themselves to
voteTamau’qias Free Pot. Garza to
stay at home. That free port sys-
tern and grand smuggling ground
is in opposition to cn legitimate
trade, nud Trevifio Is just the mau
t'* correct such stupendous ev ’w
~ERROR8 OF YOUTH.
A Oentk-IMh »1
XtrvuM Hthl. f.
•H* -<»-«. «»
«9tr of W*r
t-^.1 II U* n*d. „ ^ _
the *101110* renrUy Sjr w*w h Ih wm
n*IWm* *1*10*11 w |*UU 1) Um, uIimImh'*
.■utm m M lyf wUismIm, 1* |iM
ft* i«aUf*f. JONX B (SlPitN,
bwtlwjr (Mar itrret. New V*t.
A CANO TO liVAUDl!
I CI.KROYMAN wMtr mMHf Ih Hostb
l\ AHfrtMMiiaSWHn, ibnmrMltiilt
>*t mkmpin wart? ft* IS* c*r* ml Hereto*
Wr«k*M*. faHjr I toIV. IHmm** of Uh Urts-
»rv ufSM-'id OmM Ilf IS* whol* tr*ls
..f’.lUordrr* bfOlftiOH b]f bllltw Ilf vtatlM
U*bO* UfOHl MHllW Me* MM Mlf toy
Una aaUto rawste. PnaaM toy a Malta to
Mil itoaaOfatol aaA nhsiula, I *«U aaaS
itor rtnpe fir yraynac aa« mas Una mr«i
rtor, to a aa»M eaestofo, to aayaaa wto* totok.
It. mrnrrsarrr talita
JOSCTU T. INMAN
suHoa D, Mbtr Soaaa,
baU-ljr New York CMjr.
Ttor Ha* KtlWiKI) A. WltJON etf wrmA
ifrrr ofrtorp) to aB atoo toireA. Be prr
i-rnpUos with the direction-- far making asd
*.«»Hf Uh* wta.pl* r*m*dr S* wtoirto l»* *m car-
atl of a lung affto* tloo and Bat dread ttoin
CuMampUan. Uta oaljr object la to baaedt ttoc
•SNt lod aad too hop** erary ealtom *Ut try
lit, wmmMM ma H *M md Hmm* ■ wltot* »
•tofibay pM**iU«-iM*. ffto* *4lr«ai
lafaraaUoit gnanatoa.1 to ywnl*» * toaor-
"■» frawth or haw apoa a tosM to*ad or toaart
loaa Bat. alao a raeip. far lha raawval of Ptoi-
I*to*, Blok-to**. Kroption*, He.. M tto* Hto.
»*vtog tto* aato* aoh, ctaar, *ad bMaUfal. «aa
h* "hiiH witlioo. rharw* h* addirmlng
THOB P. < HArt*AN.rnrniin,
bmllvy ntS Braadaay, Nn York
A Lot of trrato aad wbutoaoaw
wtokh h ..Srrrd for aato cheap for raato toy
C**p77 .M MR At NBTUWKIUKM A LEVY.
l-a»* .m Saturday, Sept. M, at It a. a.
•wn. „ wm mo shanoi cm
JBHM anti all lotenardtoite Itndiarr tto*
lif hi droMgol *toa*a*r
J. SAN ROMAN,
R. Pti tai i , Captain.
Pur freight or |waaag* apply to
KINO. KENEDY A CO..
AIL ROAD NOTICE
certain to destroy both social aud A letter from Monterey, recently
political rights. He savg blood | published in a news|>aper here, cal-
enotigh has been shell in defense* of j led the Rio Grande Courier, wae
the constitution of 1867, aud that. sup|»oeed by many to have been
.... . .. ,, ,, , I't.Hsiou “that journal ou the Rio (his determination he resist encroach- written by the talented oorresiion-
luill is built c .actly Bjuare, the hop- Grande,” is token for granted to Lent is inflexible
per is square, *lu- smut nrtchiu. ih apply to us, probablv ou the grouud ' tion he declares
square, and everything which goes | that lbt. Coutter not been heard | destroyed.
through the mill hiu. to come out, (>f W) far my froni home as New | The truth w, Jraraz is about tin*
square. New Euglatod churches . York City. If. as the Herald assets, | most cunning and complete tyrant
pulpits, religions, pareonag* i and xve tire the uieduifn of the ultra n
preacher's heads are square, and i^.j Hcntiment ofTexas.
every idea is square.
Lxpe-nence forms uo pert of tiro
government of New England. But
one idea exists iu that cold cornel
bringing aO the freight from Um
New Orleans schooner Davis. “
Wasuisoton, Kept. 8.—A dusl is
threatened Iretween two military
ofti<w(s of this city, respectively of
the 5th snd 12th* Regiments, reg-
ulars. The difficulty immediately
arises out of the fact that one of
these officers slapped the other in
the face. Remotely, a woman is iu
it The friends of the parties are
making efforts to prevent a hostile
It is given out, temi-officially,
that do attempt will be made to try
Surratt until after Congress shall
have passed an act providing that
colored citizens shall be qualified
to serve as iurors, and thus enable
the Marshal of the District to sum-
mon a few negro jurors for the
Major Still, Chief of the Pardon
Bureau, at the Attorney General s
office, has had on file for the past
two years about 400 applications
for pardon from persons who were
engaged in the rebellion, and not
pardoned by the proclamation of
May 20th, 1865 By the proclama-
tion of Saturday about 100 of these
|ter*oDH are pardoned, but the oth*r
800 come within exceptions, ai 1 A
course their oases, like others simi-
larly situated, must be separately
Sbksuian'h Rzcti rioN at St. Lous. _ ..
-Gen. Sheridan * reception at St. tod.T> tto*
Louis, on the 9th, bv the G. A. R., j
snd other Radical L*oaiea, was quite |
an ovation The Times, of the 10th, j Kaprc*aof Rraal .
mentions the f allowing as among
the mottoes on the transparencies «Sn aap*rtoftty «r tto* Unw a 0ah*r
carr:~d by th«procesaiou : Hath, SUUh Spring Mmhuu,
“Nu more Presidents. Picsidon- M,nn to* ad*aau««a o**r *tt
cv the first step to Des)>otuim ' pr ma. bis**.
‘ The others boi« the following in- N ^ ™ •I*?1* "
"Nature us er made but one such
man, and broke the die in making
"The small Phil, works auainst
the President s will , HOMOEOPATHIC AFBT4FICK.
"Loval rnen will opi>ose 'mv pol-
jCT • » * * * J || aye PROVED, (ixhb tto mo*t aiui>U- **.
, , II |»*n«ucc, aa rattoe aacocsa; Blmpl,
One Post of the Grand Army, | prompt . mu, *<hI r*lski4* ttoy *rr tto*
•tort* aaa ha** to»*a r««iy|*t*l* —.
Ik*ir aatorml oa*o». toy utoair HIVOKR sIT,,
<“•1 No. I atoov* I* a i <j*r*« i llk*a«m .j ~
baton aatof. sad oet He. t la a - ■•rr-'-i u*’
aaaa at mm aftor «#-»» tto* tatosiT. jT,
ato* Imm vary bimA mm)*«i with n.Mf,
wtotoa km I»*m Mtonto *ratoe*te>d
si.iiir.n n n.viM lusniuKATIV |
a dya.l*radicat*» MdnriTmnMlI
Elutoth. rutorri butto ttor lmu oad
SlHtiKR’B H AIR*bBSS"OSa i
HKV. THoe. H.tVlH
CBf h^tory. Rt,
•SINUrant H A IB rkntouativk Ml
aad ar arrtsstoy ta* t>**» ustr-naM..^
to* towWiiM J
ItoifiSS*; C*i^ylU«4» bMWrHai:
aad l‘< rluaiois *v*ry»l»< ••
Principal wtooicaate depot.
NO. *t* NAHHAli HTHKKl
Aad «dB ha tor Mb I* a**M—, Hi. a*
Q csrcsrgcsss sasrsi*
WMITED UTAtfiB OffBTOMHOUsY
Paarsr Raawa*viii,i. t«iu. ,
^HMPN, II. I«71
. . m ___ _ hi
hi tkia Dhtokt tor nototfaa of tto*
N*y IA, dozen '<*nu f*tt hat*.
“ f*. Bnactoe* CwarrUr*
II, I ItoutpAu whtoky.
13 1 Hottl** Obi
V. 47N Baactoc* Clcurli**.
HBI Harrrl WIMiR
i »rmt Rio (laanad H*il Roan Co , I
IkuwaavlU* Tesao, H*pl 34, IW7 (
Ttoc |.ublK I* iuform*d, that ail paraoaa to-
Wrabl* nt Mbarrddaff to I to* “ **
aity, wtoei* ih* tionko for thk parpoaz ar* i
"P*n. M. KkNEDY.
***ptS-dlai I*rn4drnt pro torn
xflwist ■ iiuvmru, tui mi pvrwms w-
»f MbM-rildaff to tka Capital Stork of
npaay ca n do an on appUcaltoa at ttor
Mroan. King. K*a*dy A Co., ofltoia
to Boar* 1*1Hydrard"
4 MBk rasa, awk,
I Back Hoaka,
i Holtfav Whlaky.
t Itonrtotoa* Wtot*ky,
<k't < bear*,
X MuUKS Braiolr,
I ' llarr*l*^«*, KM WbKk *.
I liarrrl arhtaky,
t • BaiTtlerti" tW abkto.
•w Boacto** Cigar*it*.
t Hottl* (1ar*l ola*.
14 I to*. Sho* naOn.
♦I Haacto** Btoo* atungx.
3 doara Ua«a Uas4k*r> tow-a
I Mrmljohn cuaum g V gall* *Mf
" X “ **rl -
I IUd. wht-ky, BMrk'-.t "Ohl
I Btol.'.'oalaiafng 3 g.U. ahtoy,
I Xtopty Barrel
3 Knpty Dengoka*
X Hah to*u,
A ay poraoa clalsMng tto atom ar* bn*
notiSod to apaaar bafer* tto Coito V r «
District, at Lb art**, otthia tw*aty dan tm
tto* tola, aad Sis ttotr claim to arh wt
ar tto asm vlll to *o4d aocordiag to law.
R. !.. RUREKTTSiX
wptllw ^ Ooltocto
A NOTICE appaam to too Ravnrlib
A rtooro Of to*Tito MM.. (tofB* l V. IL
Amiga** of Attrtll A Lscool* to HoukUtm.
artock MStoaaoat* are autd* vtocli 14aa
iW Thai AttnU A Laro*to la ibnr
If. ar* largely*
, B aatror "hrt
ao r*«tooiag uf tbruad, aad ar* more
uwtiwrwtmd and uasd aad Ism liable U>
am aide to mbatatotol* by asttoatv- to*
mat* ta ■/ amaMtoau, aad I am fart tor
to prov* tost p. If Ills*,, m* «b* roatrarv
largely ladobted to <mr arm
| toeondly. laai abto to prove Uul lb* Ml
knimo baa vkdat*«l tto trnat < onSd*d in Ma
■s la oar letter of attoraev; that be t*. I
■eta. SHMi* Ur and <-<>r>trs :
fa vrrtttog fa rogarl to the «*n>
eavurod la asr. far hi* own Ur,
• ■or funds In Kuglsn<l m
Ttiirdly Th* fatter of attorney whirl to|
U, as that paper •lata. lmvo> abt* l.y nt*
of the partaors bat ran at aay Um* W r*< *
by th* ron urrwR act of both, who h h*> |
door by ar, and I am ia posamto.ii »l ®>
toor'a coarorvoa. * to to* adRR
Yoortbly. P. MNdto never wae tbe *W>
nr AUrtU A
i plied oor
and ha* endeavored to
bcl Hcntinient of Texas, we are in-
clined to tbiuk that Texa* is tolera-
As un offset to the foregoing, ws
chp the following from the Bowling
Green, Indiana, Aurora Borealis,
oue of the soundest papers iu that
bound constitutional Ktat« :
sha11 uot l>e
that Mexico ever produced. He
makes decrees as though he were
su oligarch instead of
with limited |>owers
A OOOD PAl-EII
down with checks aud balances.
Maximilian was murdered under a
decree of Juarez in direct violation
of the Mexican constitution. He
dent of the New York Herald, Mr.
W. J. Starks. The letter set forth
that the author thereof had been
admitted to an andteaoe w.tli Gen
Mariano Escobedo aud hail diunk
wine with him; and th< * inter took
occasion to say that he was satified
a president f*«n. Escobedo never wrote the
and loaded letter published by the Rawhkbo.
more bold than their brothers, gave «k>-T^ito>jaBaa"oaslpt”bc"!aaSs
vent to the following
"Scheere Dich Andy,’
which, interpreted, means,
the Devil, Andy.”
of creation, slid that idea ir that,
everything should be square, and
tho wonder is that, with a*I tho
ingenuity of tliat people, the circle !
ha» not, long oet, l«.n ..i.mrc.r w> m of Uw „ , ,
Flicy Mptarcd heaven, he 1, God ;m«* J;^>, huki, publishedut Brownsville,
the devil. Now they are nl work b» Texas It is Democratic sound to
put the Smith through the square ^ core-—in favor of "reconstruct-
.Now England koi< iuU. Ike «qn»n-; "f K,«MC »BOr.r BiU
Wi E- « a ; f « . | H is not carriotl by feverish excito-
Rcw F.nplnnff hell Ir IRC, he.' ment, but discusses the issues of the . „
have btm at Uus w -u k for the last hum in a spirit of firmness and eon- United HUtes mail will have imme
■orenty five yeais. NVith the aid of dor, with zeal and ability. Its ,|jg|e
niggers their success is certain
We very well knew .rora the first
that Mr. Storks never wrote the
letter which appeared in the Cour-
ier, and we take pleasure in stating
ooiuianl. »re timnlr and 'good. I IT" 0rl~“,
n. „««—. «-*i5na“3J’jartS!
and bigoted prejudice would g»ve • will make a note,
place to fratemal good wdl aud ns-
is a comple monarch and will be that he never puts his flat to any !
until overthrown, which will soon well trash.
occur; for whatever else may be Mr- Storks has doubtless found
ssid of tbe Mexican people, it can-1 °»R before this time, whether or not,
not l»e said that they will live ^®n Escobedo wrote the letter we,
under a tyrant ' credited to hitn,aud lus opinion on i
_ --1' •**11- , that disputed topic would doubtless
^■7***** T*rt*r:.°*rryiog ll“|h«l|, to M tho quM. But
we cannot expect Mr. Starke or any
one else to jeoparadixe his life by
nays, that government, to be a suc-
i'cms, must Ih< foundetl aud conduct-
ed on tho exjM i icnco of the past. «od*1 prosperity.— The Ramcrebo is We publish to-day the correspon-
nml tluti only by following charts can publication.
of other uaMgatoro, oroidmg tiro | ,rvrr H^t Aetorr.
shoals and rock" on which govern-
ments have been wict ked, a id cau-
tiously treading (he, paths of expe-
x.rnce, can any government last
It is well known that the Ka>
ciisao, "The Notorious RANoasao,’
has lieen a standing cause of war.
Jong, whether monarchy or rcpnblic At home and abroad everybody is
*>ulyby avoiding pa*1 errors and [treadingjoii oux taiL VYlii
ball tendered the General before
bis departure for San Antonio,
which came off last night.
An apprentice to the printing
business wanted at this odes, .‘.ay
person between the ages of twelve
aad twenty-five, having a passable
Ringing with touaeity to all suscees- j w« can hardly imaging, unless it is
fftrt cxpwiintBBtg, OB prtp': i • rein use we leii more truth thau any
iiou aud fTi«- enjoy men l of paper of our size this side of the! hnT m^iU^pt^ce^m'p'aris.
other world-i-there, they tell noth- Tl is a twine string with a diamond
At a glance, anyone having tLiec) ing bqt the truth— here, the thing i"®4 ‘"the top
stating that Escobedo wrote the let-
ter if he know the feet ever so welt
We say he did write it
Barney Mooney, who camo np
from Brazos on the Matamoros, says
everybody and everything, from no
matter where, has to be smoked and
fumigated that goes to the Brazos.
Tar,|rmw-hide and old leather are
used to raise a smudge. Barney
told us that Gen. Jo. Gomiim was
on the Tartar, and that when he
caine ashore they smoked theyoung
man nearly to death. Jo. said he
had rather have the yellow fever
gfiighSl tUg RiiaGtogM "y *a^»asafa
H whal Bensey toKT ui. WSMm
may l*c a very good th*fig, but uu—
lees buehad by fira it ia not apt to
Ms. Fillmore—Tho celebrated
speech of Mr Fillmore, in which he
declared the Mouth would be justi-
fied in seoeding end establishing sn
independent government of her
own, in the event of the election of
a sectional candidate for the Presi-
dency by the North, is well remsro-
tiered. A correspondent of the
New York Herald reports a recent:,,
conversation with him on the sub-11«
ject of the speech, as follows:
1 “He assures me that he was uever ! to
ruffled but onoe in his life, and the., y
was when he made his great spoech ,
against sectionalism, when he do a
chtred that if ho were a Southerner -f
he would not submit to the election | *•
of a sectional candidate like Abra • •
ham Linooln. This was the speech
of the oentuiy—the utteranoe of a
profound political genius the pro
clamaUon of a sagacious, patriotic,
"Do you know," said Millard
Fillmore, ••that I take more prido
in that effot 4 than ia any other of
fa a mb# them *> harinlr-* a* to be Ins* from
I 4*n*« r and mi t-Rrwal aa to to aJwar- r*
ltal*l* ■ Tb*> tove rained tto toftort . uanm
l dation Iron all, aad wtU alwoy* render **tla
! R*** < Vote.
1 tun. F«v«r* i.uag<Mt«Mo, laSeaiaumui to
wom-farer. wonB^uSc U
tocoat*. bt »m oaljr oor a'
Mod Rawer to act
hlk of Mcako *!<•*•
•*r to act is <»«f
« HrpoidIr of Mexico alnao, ted
according to toaUscnou* already rru iu
rack ottor* a* to augbi afterwards
fata u* Mich to to* rradfap of oar p•■**(
attornej. H* to* to til «*•*» <fto*i(Mdrtf
awirurRuua, far th* roaaoo that rt w*« ka
intoUMt to do ao
Tto uaderatgsed prwMMtd to 1* Mu» »■
rtfar lb* dlSkolUoa bolarooa ttoai to *».*'
reoporUM* atorebaatt of MtUtoor<» t"
•elected by aold Miho< wbk b to p*r*»r»*
docltoed to do. No oar ran to at a
dirlnc tbe reaaun of tto rafa.al of juk i
Crylag-coMc. or teeUuap of mfantato
^•rttoa t cbildrro or adalt* to
wrtppr*oooe or pafafal pork
WMtoo, too profaa* perfada
erotic comb. dlRcult tonal
l oaekfa rolda, broaeUtla
Vraarmlwla, loottorto, faeeaoba
lt« artarnra, airk h< adaolH . *< rti*..to
Dyapepeto. MUtooa atoauu I. to
SappnaaM or p**qfai urrlotl- R
■ LreatbiitK to
, erriipelaa, rrukUoaaU
krbenaiaUr pafaa 3X
Newer to Affvt*, rblS ftrer apa*« .V0
fal'k Mind or lilnribo* jo
opaiSaiMay.ton «TJ*ak arm vo
V"!"r_rT- orchnwlc. hAo*ua.w|
to bMpaoe vtotoax *M«to M
AMhaaa. oaproaaad breaibfa* M
tor dlaraaifN, iaMalrad teartoaMi
Sc rof rt ta, aalargod ftaZdaToMtokiMiJ
kwaaa. atobrtoaa frost rtdau X0
aty-dlMaao, fravei Art
krtrtfl SaMttty, timlaal gj|
aatewa, inrohratorr die
Palnfal PtrMa. with
At the Greenbrier White Sulphur
Springs recently one of the negro
waiters cams into tbs kal’room and
insisted upon taking a hand—and
a foot—iu the dance. He was kick-
ed out, whereupon his ooUeegoss,
in a body, opened their musk bag*,
and demanded their discharge, it
waa granted~-the ladies st the
Springs saying that they would
keep tbe bouse iu order tin a fresh
supply of waiters cooM be obtained,
aud they did.
mmmm, aa Mail*......
A lifm-ary SULXk Iktittfid lnlv\ 1
private Ue, said that lus oonnecUou
With the pMes hau IhaWtol aud re-
solved itself into adieu.
■atortiifi si cbaaao of
r XX tore* viala. Morocco oaoo.roetaia-
fa( a ffiocMc tor ovrry ordtaary dt*
bom a family u mbj*ct to, ssd a boob
of (UrvcUosa. • now
Homllor Family aad TiSToUsgeaaoa. with
30 to to vtafa, faom to to R
SpedSoo tor oS Prlrat* Maaaaoi, tolbtor
Cartas aed tor Fmosuvc troaXenat,
tat tahi and sorbet room. tl to X
. «fa- Tbaoa Romodtoi. by Um oom or *4agto
bwz ar* oral to any part of (bo cooatry. tn
null or caprou, (to* of ebare*. «a mmpt
Adair*** lUlpawp' Iw.lR.
noma* pat hi ■ S>4rtin Ctart party.
CMBcrt and Depot,
NO. IMMI imOADWAY,
0a Hraraaar fa cnamfaH d
I abo«M Bol bar* n.rtlr*.| ibfa m*M<'
fartaaalolv far lb*aM*hr*« ttor* are •**"!
aoaa ta TVaaa wbodo ato turn* P MHbk
a«v*r had aay traoeactlon with Mm U*-
tor*, without may <moro*Laa* from m »•
tbe rredh wtach Rbmili k* oeeordf-i u>
•Xslor-wX ol bl* wtor* bla fat*r*e ». —-
J. B LAOWTt
Ban A * tot, K. A Ilf to, ISS7. V
Ha r*f«il*r m*totag at Bla Uraad*
No. 01, £. r. and A M-. «a M«ed«r
—SSSR^ X, laSV, B Wa r■— i .*
flat ta cam of a rtouuoa of aa *pidirt>
tbi* cfay, talar ta lb*
rntmtora, u>*wit •
. «»«♦. Dyo.J.U I’uU-raat A. <»U«**K
J* Ibmomdy. K. Do**•** R. Kw«bWit. T
Art am...i„t*<1 a memWiK to an i„
•Mi f «a«ly. aa ciroartmlartaaa may il
B. aad to to aepltad t« ta coot of aciw
aay ■ amber rt tto RbXoraBy. pznaaaw
la nrttar Hurt Um*r SiStoraw M
rod of tto be****
Ual ta recorvi
: sad iimnBca! alt« adaa* <• ••
■ to roeorory to rut, uf.wtto* far*
By ortor of Rl<.
a-t 10, MOT."" ’
The Laoied Store
HTAPLR AND FANCY
AND FANCY AI4TM I f
Tto —^vrgln^Tti'^thr» *"
jwtoejtajfMwr,1 ItoX to I*
Q*--i- a. an-a.
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hf^y to attend to 4b* fadto* •• ■***]
tomy artMo*. dnr
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Maltby, H. A. & Kinney, Somers. The Daily Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 27, 1867, newspaper, September 27, 1867; Brownsville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth846709/m1/2/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .