The Brownsville Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 163, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 28, 1868 Page: 1 of 4
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BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 28. IHtiK
k I»AY S0MOL THE SCIENCE OF HEALTH.
lT« twvnrKAif CONVENT.
Ilftf^ai». netr NfW ‘ *
A X^LlN A. l HH1K.. Hilliard* a»l Wiurs. | Ji'iTJchJndEc,\Ett ob'uvm St*'#” si
** »»*s*w. the ,prry
TJ1UY1U, t\, Drup, who
O No. IT.’ Ablunlu «tr(«t.
wholesale and retail,
General A cent and
■ olMUial'"* ■ -»*pnw« til*- En* (Msnnlrrs mt
hU! 5f fUICWOTl. etr; f
si mnair. Drswmr
i the -ITier a< <
0 .Hasted •» Uir railroad
Wiw perfectly composed, and, in tho vote given nlm ^ tooUou to ukc
— WMt voice oI an houset, consicen- the vote first on th,, eleventh arti
The following description uf the tiouh tuuu, voted not guilty. He, I*eing the first >0t,. [ih j,a<j oa#<
vote on impeachment will he read The elerk then called Mr. Fowler, meet ho trial
with IttloKHt. It III a r... U..t that -- J7" h” ** *"* «•»*«:' «•• '■ «»• of an
. left of the Chief Jnettee. He plat;- toher doubtful Senator, WilUv of
i will imeal down the agea ©d j,lH |mu^B Uj>on desk an,j jlh. Virginia, and theio *** much
rend a thousand or ten thousand the reading of the qu«a curiosity to know bow he would
years hence with woudertuent^aud Don. All eye* were turned toward 'ote, nlthought it did not tuatUii
ttvrKrt t awe. ft isiho brightest and dark-: bales, for he was considered doubt- much, becauseacquittal ;tli ad ,
est pace in Uio history of this con*|[u,> nn'1 * tremendous pressure had' eecured; contrary to th. U*t ex-
* ^ . ... , been brought to l»ear upon him ' poctatious. however, he yoUhI fot
________________________________ °“ voto t*<*>*Uy de-. Xho qlloiUon baving been read, he | bonvictoin
......... .....a !».. X . ruwi .... .........r-d«1U>ef.i.o»,.p«M.ou. gor-,^1.r«pyuw.,„h.chw».not.h.;i WiSlten. ... i V»,.
tae »*ann y rtwaaa* stin> . jji .jgtief. • ass.---, .my.*,*,™ r.v i ernuient. tiuetly heanl, and he wnsroquested closed the roll adl andlL. I*...
>»..JCi!!i!r.»i pt.^^r^STn .'i,. ' .**'•Wr" ........ ThkHiUoltheMoutuwa* crowd- lo,n.pr«t. whnn, in a tren.«ndou«|.lMt ww’m.jiuUwI <m the ,.V
..........auaSJSb;- .......^.................... «^vt^****‘2!*- . J-W*
IT Iron widii^r, comer aurfcrt M|usr. ^ii b>-ur<, miuKrt s<|t»rr 'J mission to the High Court of I rti -t The fneuds c-1 tl»t» 1 Mwlml j not having voted f>>r c< >ti v i • • 11 ci u
lh* sinmifh. Mrrr
5 \ Tbs atnmiM-U is the jrrrst centra which Mifln
I /'iLVNm ui d,. H Mmuniurtw. (\.m ! T>nAnNK( HWKMlKU <;r.cc» wholesale A
t L nwrcul street, WrsndoTf W.m I . 1 » rr,ail ln winr" and
rian^lwvkw Ud MwiliW Hwta. I |,iJ*<5H.»nWAi . ta».
__'______ _____ ______ (I Kifttitre. prrMrri|itiun* prepared st
I 10I.HHAN. Ilniki isk' *o.l .......... | ^UW! , _____ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ r.. .
U t o—ixaloa. slsth ■».. MsUtnorue, Hex / 1M AMI’loN. NK IlOl.AK Fancy and Htaple
A. M , WlK.Irssie an<J lt.-t.4il
' S—rr,!«|nntntim T. X
nrnroes r.inipteints ni».| urt retro dr s* sleet
The iterr rw^mnro altrrtert Slid (fner.itp« hi f
liou« dteurilrro, |>a.n. in the aide. Ac. The
Ceisstlsi. an boll *?" '.V ,Tb'’ ( A.AITIIE. J.. ('tiH !.•,fic.i.,1 and ' g d AN. NON t nqi< iiter and H»ilM«-r, Klisabrlb ( }n(_ (‘Iiamber \v< re
JSX The site is rli. rated: Ahwnln street. ,w.t U. Tllratr. I r-Uye lto.l.l...«. JH •» “f .W|fr®
W*. stfsrsr J^TWrtVf^ ,,i Ta.-,U.................... 1 “““• lhe rulB" “““ Ud
n meatic i.ondn, (^onuniasion and Importa
tlon, corner ot JLiUmni... and siii -t*.
iteachment, while the paaaagen lead- j hrauthed more freely, while Sum- Thcgiilleruo br« uln-d freer now
a. a i_ u___a. _ r«l___1 — li«*l ( 'liiitiilUc and ll/4«a*ard mutln it. _____ _ .a %
JfyJC! !LSrS e»er?Sic,, ' WMnllrtmm»
^l/snpems are aparc.il
peratlvc and refenerative <<iieran<tti
in* are aparc.rtr) prt* Kry«lp*las mmA Nnts Itiir......
Beatadirs, IfU.ml the nioal eeMBon and i
• ■riiiant BOeii I'reralcnt <tn thus fn«m.nt In thcac
the Ointment Is c«|m*cIsIIt SBt»tf<irnsti. its
• wntJmt operandi" in Aral to credicate the ve-
•v»m and then complete the core
Mad l.rga. Ol.t Sarn ai»H l lrcra.
C'oaes id tnanr years standing;, tii.it Intrc per-
IttMcir * " “ ‘
H'MlIINtW, F., Attorney at l«»w, Hank
J Itmlilijiit. orncr Kllrailwthand lltli street.
Oricans. wfl re.-eiee prompt atten
4 dumb institute.
(Vyidn*!.. New Orleans,
fey as Naas of k*. Dommic.
tdaaUKW rmbrat cs in a sch-s
Rcadta*. wntlim. Gram
. Epistolary Oorreepowdeiice.
AllfON. A. A CO., latporteis of Frcach
JLTA l.iqour., wholnanlc and retail dealers in
forctff,, Wines and Liqaors. H.»r dc Mayo, srl-
and Hearn street,
/ Y IH1Y I.K, f., pry Onotla aod tiatxenes,
A f whvlraala and retail, c«»mer CMnwierciai
ami stl, streets.
T VlMAK IIAIIKOA .V It BO., taro stores ad
I " Jnui.aK i-lfltliliig and (tneern *, corner
of I"Mli and F.liuiieth sis.
TTUMTIBOIIN. MARTIN Tail- r, in fmut of
■ a Ihilaell ImtldinK, Kliaalietli street.
lAOHTEii, It. II.. Notary Ftibltr, post ttfllce
J; imildmtt I*. 11. Rox No. 207.
ner, ('handUc and Howard made!that the result wtw Mcertaintd,
a dt Hperate but uusucceaKful cf-1 ami but for the pmeeuceof so many
fort to conceal their disappoint-1 pohoeman a eheor auftlcitsnt to a!
mt>«t rt*n«l the roof from the Seu
The vote now stood twelve for ate chamber would have boeii
conviction and seven for Hctjuitta], heard,
has been' iii attendance for the pro- ftn‘] both parties became nervous Fending the roll call, members
nervation of order, seemed to ha'© Senator Frelinghuyton ia next and Senators had providedthom-
hcen drilletl, and the officers of tho|011 fhc roll to Fowler, and he vot-1aelroe with yea and nay lint, and
law were etatiouc«l at all points guilty, ahhongh he has Itecn noted tho varying votc-s.
about tho corridors and in tho gal ‘‘laimed by both parties, still he] All the managers wer* | i< ut,
thronged again. The rule* that had
been laid down by tho Senate for
observance on Tueatlay last, were
fully carnet l out to-day. The force
of metropolitan policemen, which
dyoMrc'i't tnenOwtrf Crarlably0 su.’l.uHi^.Tni piTTITPAlN* Co., Awtioaee r», mh atrtet | /2J,a..Va\ J., Ceneml TValci, T^vea straet. j lerj0H with iustm«tion« to "nip in wae not positively Counted on 'occupying the Hoatrt they had
4 frw mililicatiims nf Oils nnWM.lf.il nn»....... . -H l“.i r lOc HaSB. ’ VB |.« . 1 . . .. i mi m M . .1 : iL. * l -1
a few sppliratinns of this powerful nneucot
F.iH|rtloi.i ••• llir * kta.
AriamK from a tm*l state ot U.o or
rhrnnic .tiaaaaos arc < rsdi. *l 4 sa l a . loar
..Ipistoiary tomspon ic.... „v, riv<l!B<... ......
-WiMOtwww A»H^'*»“, a*o of this tiintmmit. It surwaaam
and modern Htatorj. Uwa* «f
Mmi of this t tint want It surpasMC,
matt* th«* coamrtica and iKltct t.nict Npi>ii-
an. iNii • power to raahc* and .ith<-r
of the 6irp.
Fr wall Ot.. wars.
Wl.ctln-r UI ti|C J nuUii nl <w<l luatl If I nr
Mtific, at tho dawn .if wotnanhoo.l or the turn
ol life, lhaar lot it. mmllrmca di*pla> ao dcciUrd
an tnHnrn. e that a ntatkcO naprorajiont ia
a<Miu |wrccptihJr ia tho lieallh of Iks nalioiit.
. .. .. Bci»»m a porcU VMtHai.lc |*rc|mraii.ai. Uiry arc
calbcaAdrrasrdtathc cat* A Mjr mj rclial>Tc r<*inc4y fur all ol Bases of
0. Nt» Orica*■» J7wly Fctoalcs in every rottUiUiai of hailth and stu
. . M Won ot life _
-Mery sail Faaey Work.
ra)iMiuB,( hrlaften d'<ttin<
irr tat fill in all The deaf.
tV fnstttoenn U strictly Catholi. .
Jca aataatioo will be ic-civrd.
Tyoil.Dh, J„ Importer t.f sitrhiN, Wat.-h LT^TII. (• , llat lier and Hair dira-cr, EI1/..1- j nrovul or (lismihr
sr- ■ ||' "• s..
ijki.lakhooi'e a m rim hki ci-
A f*f|' W liras. Liqatii, l oni«. t..<«err and
aojwrior SnU Water, picayune .1 *la... S».
H.1 «:th attest, Untamonrs
lyi.ANQI E IdH IK DK l*li.,t.,trr.i|>li< r Kn
A -luirc m IWtATtwr, post oflu c build-
W«r. Hr. woavdic Rranch irallcry It! ealic do
cuyie<l during the trial, whih the
Prehidents connsel. including tho
. j the bud ’ any demonstration of ap- J The name of Senator Grimes w aa
roval at the notion next called. An stated ab*>vc, that
>«‘nutor, or of tho gentleman occupied a chair to thojAtt .rney General, were aU » j.r<
T1 AMMKtr. MH HAKL. Fanhiutiabia i..m>i* 1 Seimte as a b«tdy hitting an a High! left of the ( hiof Justice, and tho sent, occupying thou old noutn
uth «trc! t'‘,,or*' *®wd«r, and repaired, f»our^ 0f Impuachiuout. ) hitter, alluding to his receut imhs- , They too noted tho progress of tho
— The House did not assemble tin-, position, suggested that ho l*e per- T°fc "'^h much interest.
afto; -ishlajr. twratjr life dul-
3tt. .-ttHcant* to fvrniah ibrir own
U1 'TENIiALL. F A ( o Hardware, wlioia-
P *?*•' wtall. Houar- in Matamoros. No.
lo tth street, and Fcrretcrm dd liidl.. No. 19
cite*ily discussed tho
Am hoou as tho result was known,
aeveral motions to adjourn imme li-
TT OP K INS, JOsF.I'H. Auctioneer ami Lum til 12 o’clock, but liefore that hour in it tod to retain his seut while vot-
AJ. r merchant, Ktoabeih at. _ neaHy every member was in the mg, and no objection was ma le,
I^RaCsB Rt'DOLFH. General dealer -all hall, fiud they gathered 111 knots at and the Iowa Senator voted for ac-1 ately, and to adjourn for a number
maritti ^uaro.^"' °r“" "f different points, on 1 somewhat #X- quMtl f of days, were ma<b-, and severally
’* " *' ----. — Senator Harlan followed with a
1^ ING. KENim a f'o., RiutirAtide Kteam I Bult of to-dav’s operations. The I vote for conviction.
1,1 f " " ’* ‘ ‘ ‘‘ 'u"'r __democrats generally expressed thou* I Senator Henderson was next
l*ll« • sail Ft.1 mI...
HU H K
Curt of all Lhacqpcs that
I RK BLOOD.
Kvan lunn an.l Mwtuiw ui Utr-v prrv.1l.-11t
and attilihnrnSiwNilrrs tawrailicatcl Io.-aIIv sud
entirely by the uw <»f lins emnitenl; tins f*>t
mcnUUuaia xlitiuld prc< e«|.< tu appiu-sUou. Its
Bitters . h<-aUa« qualities will lie found to !••• lltonHiub
IMA I*. Ihmhmtml end /Vie aAowi</ Ac l i.rf .4
(Ac fuUmmmy Cm***
Horn "ft* Bam*. Chapped Hast- Chilblains,
Fistula, flout, Lumb.if.' Mercurial EnmUona,
Piles, irhemnstistn RinKWorm Halt Rheum.
s art highly recommended by the l 2ITt, T'
ylytddCtw and are well eak-ulat- *^^1 Vr J?1 ,K®'T
f.Al’Tlos.—V-.tir are renntne nnl>m the
word* Hot i.ow*v Nkw Y.mt inu London'*,
are d/wcmaMe as a IVmtn mm k )n every leaf i
tdfhe hook «»f dire, tiona ar-und each jwvt oe
and' ffawthma'uf’Tba4akta So*: "roe plaialy seen by hoMlna
' ladkcatM^nwee T>veran.l 'he leaf t.. 'b«- light A liandaome re Ward will
attJ renTTud Sdlmre of *tw «,r,B •* W.
Uoa aa may laid to the drtccUoU of any party 1
il*. aireSru fbr rhlldrra. ia th* ^ '^mterfe.tlng »he mwlirtae. „r
jtar. n*y uKwnt Idle*, by tho 11™9* knowtu^ them to be spu
hr blnnd and reasovattng
. u » loigarilag a beautiful aoTt
iia Hitter* are twrfectly barm- IV , ...
rmreateed U. be Medwine. tnroufb.f'Jt the ohrffaol wortit.
>ly Voiretuble. “l*'
is. ' tr*-
‘"rSjITjUfiSSli'.i |„ , sc "'•fereu.
-"^TSBr ■" i inasKu|^A sas
way, W M a Idea Lane. N Y. MjTi7.lAw|y
•........... i"e I aii1 y stoic, I..idi< *
a tnn..slnti^ Good* IVr-
liime*T, I.teemi, *«- to ('..aimercuil *trcet.
JOHN, Pry Goods mertliaut,
1 No. *dl Mof.-le* •tied
FRANK. I_i Flor del llrav..,-
A Opior* W'iiu-*, No. 97. wistli
orn. * Hak itJmtmne Havatm cigars. nHvch conlhh ut of acquittal, in the led, and he rose nervously in his
^uH'rotit ?d iMiLiuSftt’5’Kh^bc^ ••MVOnt ot th<! NOt° biken; place under a battery of Radical
----—- — - — .. 'while the republicans, as a general eves from the Radical suit?, while
K"mAiJoVw thiugw»ro donbt.'.il, dtboogl. «*»• Uo»kli». Tl.aver «n<l l'#tten,ou ot
ofb-e. MiaaiN-th stirrt of the more sanguine still nursed a ( New limupshire len.ue«l forward
—— ■ ...... kw taw* flint \f ** Tnlatioi iti tfi itil.l tim tt ifli uliv w t v Tli/i MtftuiiUri StAIYuK
A J ''lKsr», corner
dispose! of, ns was also motion of
Senator MeC'reerv to adjourn tho
Uor.rt of ins^eachmcnt mint tic
After u while, a motion was mad<
and prevailed that tin voto on the
eleventh article, just taken, In* <»f
ticislly nunouned Tho names were
¥ , . . read, and the (’hief Justice*aiinoiin-
PBANCIHt o Uatmra w.ne .,1 hoPe ^ Mr Johnson would be with anxiety. The Missouri .Senat- ^i thc Trc-sident acriuitted ou the
Buui.'cth and litiist*. found guilty on a suttlcieut number or had not spoken against the, olevonth article, aud a motion was
, of the|orticleM to justify his removal, eleventh article, and although his subseiiuently made and prevailed
TIN, NHKET IROM AMD (OPPFR
Me**r*et*rn( I* Order
| *#• H»d«l at the niannfbrtery of Pr<»traaur
1 Hoi.uiway, *s» Maiden 1410c. New Ynrk, and
Vw.M.K. M. Utrwl auvet,
New Orirsaa. L*.
R^MILLKS, corner f MHmhett
Pirn lama lot Uiegui4Uo< «u( paliouo
rflUcil tc <mu L p .i sud
aPraiu tnyar*!! k:t
««“■-« ’! ^aSggSSu
TfR tVANPmtA J' 5 T
OROVESTEEN & CO.,
««9 BROADWAY. S. f.,
AHDT A K ATHRWrH, ___ __________
— |MB<dhca. W# tacBlioti aa*ciajlr, sotuc of the
ISAM A'SKTAIL 7Blma of this aew PlAXt). Relieving the ox-
Q(* p* ^ •hsaW _h* aa Iteantiful to thr ry# m
'Mi - toor fun 'mad coroars, heavily OAT rod lags
fcww fweGmg per lyre, bean richly mouldfel. and • outatua
Mr* Orieoae. a complete j £•_ '*tc«t improved ac*l# and action. Tbo
1 m*dr nn • (Nmgaavmls.
C ALVl.T STOCKMKIIMaK.
A luge and . omplete raiiely of
I.ANPU A Nil
LA Ml* V III tlNM.% s,
CoosUatly on band.
of diBrrcat patterns, with the trimming*. t*>i
sale at bargalne.
Particular ctleatlm (mid to
HOOFING AND GUTTERING.
All ororh warmated.
Kt(»rc a ad shop ou (utamerce «tiect.
1,1.hit A WEIli.lt. Drug store. Fancy
A1 and variety notion* and p« rtmjery. I tttn
street, near Lm«.
Bui ull apcculations were destin-1 vote wai claimed for acrjo'ttnl, his
ed to come to on end, for at 12:101 Radical friends still hoped. Ho athe 20th inst.
\COONKY. HaUNKY, Itiilia-d Kaiooti and
IrJI H.ir llooiu. at th»- ferry.
~ a message was received from the1 was true to his principles, how-
Senute, and the House a« in Com ,ever, and voted not guilty
mittee of the Whole proceeded in a Mr. Hendricks followed with a
Tyi TEGNAT, J'»E. Pruggiat and AiioUic
I ' ary. corner of EHaabvta aud I2tii at.
POWEIW. HTEPHEN, Attoru-y at laiw,
OIMMFI.I I, P. M . Cusloiubouse Rrokct Of
n rtf obi llr .(titwrhw cigar bufMlnf. |7th st.
OTl*f’KE, JOHN Tiu .tod hWt iron i>uiitli,
ij o|i|Hwitc Victor's Rc'tatinuit, Eliaakcth st.
CtMil II. G. R., Prngfffft, Key of the Gulf,
ij lltb firf et,
^t AN ROM tN ,IOrtg, faiportci and nli.de-
/laced his'aliawl upon his dcak in
front of him. The Chief Justice'
made the Maine suggestion iu his
«*Jc >leal**r, Eli/st«f th street.
JIKHEH1 1 H*«t Himtii - h^wim:
and *tii'>kwi_* t(*baer". Miller'a Hotel.
#4— t , ta now creimred to sell, cheap R»r <aab. lhe fol
vl*r taut new addition to vur different style*. , lowing invoice of goods
•• MlractJag^' e admlrutkia of both aritica aud a < omplete aaaoriiaeat of
LA MI'S, LAMP CHI M N K Vs,
OI.OHKS. WICKS, AC ,
MUFRKH FUHNITI'M K.
melody la |« the ear. we have paid great at
them ap Is a alyfr that ia
tea«i<mi« _ _________
eooceded by all who have aeea ihetn to ha- the
Hondoomatt Piano Fort#
••de. They are an eallrely new sUle, with
four full —‘ * “
Gme la matodiuoe. and it* adaptability to pa*
ea#ea of every ahsdc of ejtnreaaion. m»iu the
“ftam Marmara, Urn ( raaaendo. and the I F,
P*ea tha performer every advaaUge uf tho
t oocert arand Price five hundred ddflara.
A km. a well aaaorted
VUD' w * COHKBRY,
Lately sad during
.^LLHN k CO.,
Whofosafo Marble Worka.
CENTRE ST., GALVESTON.
MA KlXKPl KCKH.
FRNH A VAHEN,
WHITE NANiV 1
(live me a call
ed to. ImCdVIy
iy|'ll,LEH, HENRY. Hotel, wirabetb ,»n ct. l»ody to tho bai- of the Senate. I vote upon the Name side. Senator
After order had lx • 0 n htorod, Howard’s name come next, and he
and tho meml>er« cf the House had
bocoxno seated, tbe <|Uestion was
tak' u upon Mr. Senutor Sumner's
motion to voto upon the eleventh case as in that of Mr Grimes, but
article first, and it was agreed to, the Michigan Senator preferred to
all the Senators voting one way or stand, although very weak, and he
| the othoi, except Mr. Grimes, who f voted for conviction, and was fol-
had not yet entered tho Senate, lowed by Senator Howe on the
chamber. I same side. Johnson aud McCroery
Senator Howard was in his seat followed, voting not guilty, aud
enveloped iu a thick shawl A mo- Morgan and Morrill of Maine, Mor-
tion w as then made to proceed at nl of Vermont, and Morton, voted
once to a vote as ordered by the successively for conviction, making
Senate, when Kcuator Fessenden , the vote staud twenty for conviction
aroao iu his place and suggested a and twelve for acquittal. Norton
postponement of the vote for half increased the latter to thirteen, and
an hour, by which timo Senator Nye and Patterson, of Now Harnp-
Grimes would bo present. shire, increased tho votes for con-
At this momeut, however, Sena- ■ vietion to twenty-two.
tor Grimes, looking pale and fee- Mr Patterson, of Tennossee. was
.. bte, came into the door to tho right, next called, and some one in the
of tho Chief Justice, and took a reporter's gallery made the remark,
seat. 1 “He’ii a pretty man to be called for
_____ _ The eleventh Article was then 1 a vote” to which a response was
lY’-KTH.on ned, i».»rb*r. cais hair and read and the roll called, and the made, “The lx<auty of the thing will
Jfv -i.«aip<«.Hi- »..i ».4 bn*, on 1.1th n,, ,r j queetiou was asked each Senator be apparent when Wade’s name is
. *«..*i »rwt ____________ ! successively. Senator Anthonybeing called. Senator Pattorsdi, of Ten-
”VrTUHRlA F wholesale au«l Retail Mm- firnt on the roll, and being counted nessec, voted for acquittal.
I I str,vM ftH ^ou|J^u]r eje8 woro turned Pomeroy and l^msey then vot-
* n * ~ upon him -and in n faltering voice ed for conviction.
KLIm RA1 H LINK he votetl “guilty.’ The namo of Mr. Ron was then
------------- A Iriizz ran through the galleries, called and ho rose promptly and
tied ron^ninent of Liquors ! lirazoH iff Santiatfo vnA Rfv^nnvxUf; but jmvii,g been admomahod bv the voted for acquittal, much to tho dia-
TVhvrnfth Line. Chief Justice, aud squads of po* appointment of his colleagues of
All order* nromjuiy attend I ,^1®'c 1,1 ,rwl! oonicr ot i4 »te and lit.elUcn being about tho hall, no the Senate and House.
' loud ilemonstratHm was made. Saulsbury followed ou the same
Thon followed two votes for ac- side, makiug the vote for acquittal
! quittal, Mcssra. Bayaro and Bucka-'
tliat the High Court adjourn until
The on<Jer».£•>«-<I ha* removed hi* sl*x k of U* HW UI1Z rsOMIMO.V, Pry Gouda i*ud
Fur*ituic to the aril known f»UMi»liin< ><' store on levee, in tront ..t Iron
rrly <* ru|ued I j l^niedw Muaioa. situate!
TER A N S T., MA TA M< *R< >S,
AY WII.KE.\.**. ILLl hi A GO , IuummUUuii and
V V K«uu-*i ■"r •h.HiM,
oa ati "• t.
II^ILI M AN, GROUGE. UtUil Dealer in
VV «tip!' nnd fhn<y groceries. K8«ibelli
of all style*
One splendid four hone Amlmlaore md bar
n*«s. A lot of CoUars and llamma.
Tw*» hosts of accoont mrrant paper
One Roggy with Harness,
Two pair of Kuilea, wetghias iMOIIm,
Y MAltlON k (XL,
Corner of Rravo and Eighth Htreels,
Sawed Lumber and Hhiogles constaiiUjr on
KING. KKRRDY h 1 O ,
A seat mr New Tort.-
ROAR!) OF UNDERWRITERS,
diainci of Braaas da Hanliagn. b‘/7
pHANK~E~M ACMAN US,”"
ATTORNEV AT LAW,
Gustomhouae Bonding. 12Ui street,
bSS BROWNSVILLE TEX AM
lew. But. their votes excited
remark ns wvs to be expected.
Cameron, Cattel and Chandler
voted successively for conviction,
and when Mr, Coles’ name was col-
led, curiosity was again excited, be-
come it had been reported that he
sixteen. Sherman voted for con-
viction, and Stiragne followed the
lead of his colleague, Mr. Anthony,
and voted iu the same direction.
Stewart, Sumner, Thayer and Tip-
ton followed ou the some side.
Then Mr. TrumbuH’s name was
called, aud nsiugin his seat, pro-
* — ,m to*11®*8- MetoUc Burial L* Caw d# H MaUmoros' h
Between ctli aod 7th.
was one of the doubtful ones upon nouneed the words not guilty with
some of tho articles. With a stea- moro emphasis than any other Ben-
dy voice, however, he voted guilty, ator had given them.
donkling, Conness, Corbet
Cragin voted as it was expected and the excitement now became
they would, guilty. intense Seventeen votes only had
_________________ SO on tho other sido, Davis. Dix- thus fsr l*eeu cost tor aoquittol.
of which Frank Tom..etch w Undiuni, Mauino on Doolittle, voted succiosivnly Mr. \ iekcrs was of ootuu# certain,
for acquittal, the latter responding and the only dependence now of the
Next was called Mr. Van Winkle, ^e‘
The members of the house uutne-
diatfdp, returned to th* lr hall, Dem
ocrats being jubilant, while the rad-
icals were decidoiy nervous nnd ex
cited, and could do nothing but
luntUr about bribes and corruption.
Tho impeachment. manu^erH he I
their diminished heads, but Senator *
JJontwell and Logan ill a short trim
walked into the hall. Mr. Bout-
well, however, soon went, and Mr
Logan snap|>ed out a request for
leave of absence, which wax granted,
aud he immediately took his hat
aud departed. Mr. Btevens faced
it out, occupying, as usual, hi* seat
nt the clerk’s desk.
After tho verdict the President
was visited by a largo number of
friends, but no public demonstra-
tion took place.
The N>w Vwrk Tribune on
New Yoke, May, 13.—The Tri-
bune aays nothing now remains to
Mr. Gnmos but the future lie ha ■
so offioiously welcomed, aud nothing
remains to us as a party—especial-
ly to our friends in Towa who
honored, trusted and promoted
their man, but to make lum an ex-
ample to renegades for all time to
come. When Meseers Fess^uden
and Trumbull finally consent to
place themselves upon record os
apologists and defenders of Audrew
Johnson, it will be time to discus*
their acts; but just now wo feel that
intention have been misunderstood
by onr friends. In tbo momeut of
nnnic we regret tho adjournment.
The suspense that pervade- the
country* nay, the whole civilized
world, should bs ended ! YVhat
the country wants is a verdict, and
that speedily. If the verdict ac-
quits Johnson, wo can understand
it, and bo prepared to meet it; if it
brings convicHon tho sooner we cn.
ter upon a new administration tho
for the interent of tho peo-
lemwnoU proprietor of the well
itMmva*. |li>- laic l*ro*r*es House,
tar fresh arrival of brandies, win*
hy and <>tl>. r liquor- foi -imimei t»r as also
“ T.. , . 7«».■"-77T 5J7 ......- i • *•(«-
MaUMuor*- where Ameri< an*
Th- i-rm* mjmmi which »hi« money-maklnx,
rnlitiK and drSnkios saloon will h< sold, vwu
lie s«<-ertained on the pmidacs. t-ioh'iti
in a tone of voice loud and
President’s friends was u|»on Van
^ _ - : i ; -
\HTG;t r rni vj^pipv?cm
.—.... ff-MH ti | *n
ri Irrmiie' <»• T»M:i"uii>re, iws
d(H* ••lii»iio«ii*.l”r*» . (*« cl l
Ijr Ikmmmi ia
h *wwt «• Lms»
fi fM the beat of
Imported Liquors ami Wines.
There is *|so ia coaeerli.m with the above
R1T11 aril aod Kagatellr
bUl* .« the ouMekmeni.
(•MW JOHN Uf.YNf H
Per esU *• •* isa <|WS nosotro* loa mfraenen
_ _ I . a i .. . ,,t.t . f/*a«4 1 %__ A__1_
Nashvillh, May 17 — In the races
on the Nashville Course to-day
the first, a mile and a quarter
__dash, purse $200, was won by Pat
Drako was next called, and he tried Winklo and Willey. Malloy, bearing Jack Hole, Vista
to throw in his voice a tone of ua- Tbe vast auduioo on the door Mogaiine, Little Edith aud Ottawah
144*1*1 iky- j —jla;* • b.XAlX
ue nun tong ago committed himoelf j breath at tho question was aake<L The seeond race, two miles am!
and that hfiww .v^(..^ued for the; ard rfcr Wpst Vr4fiui« Senator * repeat,
Edm44G.L* tmA Ttrrry next; voted out guilty This secured ac
j voted successively for conviction. . qmttoL for Vickers was oertain anrl
V VIi!S-DE admisiotado: %**£££* kHU ZlJl
,r .......... . ____________ _________ lie nnd long ago committed himoelf j breath aa the m
repeat, | >LKJ prrse, was won by
Chicks manga in three heats, beat-
ing Maggie Hunter and Oonfint
Time: 3:5Df—3:54^-—4;<)G. Con*
HiH t*-»k the wer^md heat
Third race, mile heats. $1W»
ftwa Peru-, rwm'j
on oar Ynrtler. i« B^w^i p^sg^'^-*'11
sJiMfe la yvpb*to(l4m la R—ja fts. Katetana The flecretory then called Mr.; bo followed Van Winkle.
»F^scnden. Tho ^iiaUii TOMA u**1 1 Then the ham of wan
. ,nmm (fe do-'ila iwafM^UM, a* i— m* (pm slictcfied his tali form to its full' again hushed, for Senator Wade'* _ _ _
h. iu ha r IM.SO .tmjmauLvd-_ i and thus listxuiml tto th* i «rr gxiicricn, tzl uusiu.ii* was i KiinB, Donovan and litih*
r the Chief Justice, isoon put a ramL fc»r l— to the Time: l*32i
, who ait# behind1 left of the Chief Justice and voted — ,
, T. HflgU ft C«
Jew Ran R'^ew «b<1
FKUI'K THU TWO. J th# questions by
A«latlnistr*4(>rea. «.a ri wsaameato saexsUo ( Senator Mumner, who sit# behind j loft
dt Impruckdsd de la Unuda i:-'- fhaaG. de 1 W*=f =TCr ^ ft gUlHfiTgugiy
Hr'iwn-GHe. Bnero j da 1*1*9. Msr.».l#t Foflsenden's face. The latter! This
Soton dtyi Trtbo tug* time from
with the exception of the Son Antonio to Monterey.
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