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   San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - October 4, 1865, San Antonio, Texas                             :i'i _ Snn'Antonio gladly do wo hail your. Pence.-and prosporit; sprond their golden wings lover bur bleed nnd.distractod land M, the'Stinny South to'piit gar .J. menu- of sorrow, -ami array themselves in robes hideous dark s beforo.tbo radiunt utreiiiini bf sunlight brightness from the .1- scrolls of knowledge i "Jlo'lt ever tliiisiv-mayclvir'war 'never m novr again son nnd danghtor'iortho.Huriny South forgotthoir "nd dron'n jjiom-lji bettor erfoejii'nnd.prizu the true source .Mi.i.oCiftwJfaUonV.irlorr, I'Mucatlon 'and Enlighten. mciit. ;i i :surrouniU ,tho name of revered ito studied iu litunuiiru. its AHIeri, iu. Jiiw. iU- wgrld-renownod statues and -..Tlio-mlglJty arehitcct.Michacl.'Angolb "id wonder, because mho has cherished the, art-." may ilot 'iho South'of the nmtcriiJIoniMphura rival that of the Eastern? its owirbrow'n wreatli of tho iin: laurel. '.'M: chivalry, away like Tiir.'oir. mountain l-.tfoV pulse .iu .gracious demeanor, and courteous rev. ...orenee of.tho fair sex.'bnt owning object' v thanihu bondngo Imposed which took effec a, l80fi: 0 cents. r .any appraaument every r on'.wlrioh wrltta t of .vlilu'o or othuruW, 'A' Mamp.dmy bo r tlmn h, n sctb-f mor, RB inland UlWfexchange.- Drawn in sots of throe or more, sui bill' tl.'orcbf, i vany which iuch'bills bo (ixpremoif, ovury.'-atUlitioimr loreofimoxecs, of Hlgo, "'Wnk' (ill hi.nA Bill of not 1 morjr. :cxoepL' nny chuck, otlmr writton'-or 'cvido ount of inonoy to bV paid d6mB .or by'.I which nny; part vested in any otlior o td. 6 who, Ditto.wl.cn tho'nonsidcration wcocd dollar. of our.Sontl.ernlaml, Mu tlio, .angry, and burning hatred which. gentlest of them cher- Can-tiny not to'-the sweet. 'innm of ,i.concord and peace they up the of Thoirkin- and buHhors.huvo bled thorn on the hard fought Hold of vain 'wporty.-otlior than' vcssols, iiicrchniidiso .o.v- Where f'nddil o For, j tj UUIIP -ii'i pack, .t.cents. exceeding flo'Ij; lOcbntW i 25 'cents pe iper pack J" UUIIU, I Over 50 Wnta oxcepdii'i g CXCCSH O whoro on., any do ,lifo or. not 'It- 'lives S1000 J ixcecdingJCOOO, -xcocdinp o.m- .rout ,'ooictiosj other for Mif woman tlio-M.no i i cents; licntloii'of :.t'-.nn r' o.au m 6 .f" ____ ._____ pui-linpii one of ''the, 'most; bvaiilifiil sentoncU over 'pi-odiiced' ;nnd ngrecs, llttloNwith.thu .fomlnino! belligeroiitd t ithrow 'down' Mvho iuvthelr chui'ches' hurl Jelluiicu'iiLtho'n.rv Revival of To.one who Kmv'Klcluiioiid Imniediatuly after by the L'nion a prophecy lif ainpcedy of the city from tho iu. Iiiiwliioli.tlio llamiiig.lmndiof war had brought1' wouldijinvo iHiuniud the merest'fancy of a'dlsor' brain.- Tli'u saiiguinc 'toinpeniinbiit 'ami wiijflTiiwivw capacityotnho nmfiicts willlcieiilly in bin -character but to Toifpvatoltlrnt dcviiMiitcd clljynnd: to its desoliitod' streets; wonhriiavo n problem-sfiir in'advance of the most or inarino O'ccnts.' "-1 Pertlllcate-of'proHu in any incorpbrnted 'cbm ''fS'tlu'i "Ot' kM Tromllfty to cents. for every'addi- lion dollaiH, part there. .i- Certillciilo of.Stoek' it, an incorporated .bbinpnny i-fl celitsi.i or any letter !or' tnciiiorandniii -relating, to a of i.uy vessel, 'if i, the rcgmtoroditonimgo does not exceed Ifiij i i ot over of over 73 cunts.'il over 81', ceniiv mlditlbtial H-ceiits., ,r .'Friction itrtleles 'mi I t ..uaiuiies, qr. niiy articles 'mi ,of wood.'.iirpacltiiges .or cent' U'hen' 1' t lOOaiid not iiioi'e.thun 200 n .each And for every .mldltloiml. hundred'-, ui. uiij JirtiCieS IMf I itjHH ijul not n Fbr.all cigar lights, and rates L'S ibr I'hotogrnphs, Aiiibro pee not .exceed ,25 cents, 2. ccnU. ;rom.2fl cents to'fiO 60 cents.' ,...'..f' exceeding IIM; IIIORL buoyant honefuliieKS, fliid f.llioinostipractical.ini' by tlio'Uichmond pn- lioMi.Unn tJnn iliflicnlt even now in1 It n by thb lticli'.: iiuind'TimeM trade and eotiimmcb I.hi.-o; nlrcady, M-mptoiiin tvlgorouH-reiiction' there' u Itockctt...- iStcniiionnnd FronijloO to300 I 000 ions', tj ...u tl''iiiiuU: IIIIH ol'ihuterrorH of con-' district ginning to lace to niately ".iV'i V-rf' it nguin from im lni, liiiproyoiiiunt.on the old; mid .tho torrorn of ,tho) gloomy .day which: .its .destruction ..will. Co, forgotten! in.the nnd nml .the ae. and .iwo1 goods, .'and ,thc, unction houses busincsi. Jjeiidcs thia the .popniiition'ortliocitv nnd State'is visibly incrcns. by> the influx ofai, flnd'theren Jiccoptiiblu class 'of. these people who landed' Now York'during thei .proceeded ,This, after all, is tna[ 1'cs.t1 symptom to nil splnt'oT tho old population) and tlioir cvideiit! every energy 'to tlldlhingnillccnt resources of the State '.Tlin ,'iny amoniit; on .any bank, trust' sight' or on demand, l! cents, Fo'r.nii.'.ninoHiiU exceeding; ton on nnv1 other .than a' or trust sight or.on (.ontructt brokur'n moto or; memorandum 'of of .any. goods -or-.-.tiiorclinndlHo, stocks; notes of estate 'or .property, of, nny ,kind 01 dcmcriptioil.-'is'sueil brokers, j pontons acting, as such; 'lo wliL-ro tho con. l.aideratiuii does not.: exceed 50 -f I .-i i: J 01 .lor thepayinentof any debt WO, not any or judgment or.docroo.-of.a.conrl, an I receipt lor the delivery ol any. propcmy cuntc for property; wares or merchandise, not.otherwise prov dcd for in any public or private the property 01 duposited-or stored Hlinll not.exceed, in value cents. n i.'0 cents. (.'i'ciialty for ori'iKs.iing, nin instrument, dociimo'nt, or.. paper ...of nny jkinll whatsoever, without the siiino being duly stamped for. denoting the' duty hereby iinposcd thereon, and .tlio iimtrnmcirt. shall bo' dneiiiod invalid ..i, counterfeiting utanm "and not exceeding, 5 yOnri-. For funking, bigning, isauing, acciipting.'or paying nny JJill pf'Exchange Di aft, without stamp; i For selling Propriotiiry, Cosmetics, without proiiorstainps, .iFor re on these j1'.' ".AVa rcgrot'.toilonfii that'-itr'sbmb iibrtioiiH of (ijtieh of the bitterness rs cir-' tvnf nt till fc3 ttot.nt nir.culcujutod to liibitiomi of "repent wo-lnivc boftfroj' tlmt" things cairi' io lint mucli Jiarm. I will only'nerve .to hinder the renturation-of- oiir former p'olitleiil. rclaiions with the scnoriil'g'ovi 'hiiH bucn .iho whole witli ,a imtional cnn niiy even half n dozen, expect to'reinstate It? All fact bf the of 1L 'J tho gonenil government.' IV. c.itilend tigninut nowiisniiiiply ridieulou.s--iV h'frimititil. '1'lic government has idopted'a .liberal policy towiirds tlie'great'iiniHa tli'tf dcs. troy tliQ.natiun, anil nlie return, that all Hueh U-ill bofailhfiil.to tliis-libcrnl imine.ity', is cstondcd. the >olicy; may-be townrdMnlioHa Vlio tiro oxboptcd jnnlncsfy, of not cu-jwn. She has the JIOW.T (o regard 'all as amenable to.tho.Liws of deal vlth.ns suoh. Jlt'.'JJiiviaViisiho loading npirit n the rebellion; for tl'wsdn i odxbcu- Trouble; more'or 'louse. ''For" United" Hnles Hag was taken or con- cealed by a'bmftl of unknown sconiidial'vtbiittlip leading oii'ii ptrttr than erer V..., Jutmor lintlrrt.thnt a. antfrago. pnpcr will Vbon bb 'ittrtrti'd'in tliw'Sta'tc, cillidr.nl New-'. hurn-ontliU 'about .111011 in; .Uutwini? VBFJT rapidly, the ,ef onjjlit to- bo siiceoisfnl i terest nH) certain of noro-licBJfltl.rncnviimf wliicli1 tides- not the Jiovcrnment to free tWshivcs'W'tlfd'-JJbuiIi, nl- lliongh.it to-rtcc'cft'Mc'mnlt'cheerfnl- ly, published an aitjdu.yestordiiylwMrdfplainly sliown plmm of, the .fining nllil'sehomcs here.1 :It thinks' tlmt tlie. coining cunvontioin idiimhi: ignore 'the 'cxiHtdnco'off tlio iltfttty fltuj that, any disciiMlon omtbrttwibject War deify ;itnd. that nny disciiMlon omtbrttwibject is' prcmiltiirc.j. iAl it openly ndvjdeaics tlio 'Ijjpiidntion oft nil of tlio1 ground The itetwBicforo' tliff .itd'iiilny possibly bo od. ollorts lire being! liui'dp, in difieroilt lortipim of .the ,country, lo obtain a tho ,law. ttlieii directed, cuii but- jo nppreciated mid commtiiidbd; whotlfbr'' they csult in-tlie .aeiioniplinliiriciit'bf'ithu Wpj hnweroi'i heard-Of ho other ill I'ltyclte ailio lldiir'lH'iiig'Mh'pt Mr exiiresMing tli0" opinion lint Davis ought to bo exociitmli' ''.U'b "caniiot State in. to w iivnvi The liUicto' wUl.crciilu tliojFiiiediiionV'JInrcnii1 lierb, whicli will cnniwi soino, (jf- not' lo know tlrtir I..-, i i _ hiiHbaii'd liiu. rctiinied to her foiir year's of jiilroijiiuc'd to hw coiiiile'of Tongiturs one n' 'Tear other 'enji.tihli which hu idoclinon to mip iiH idbut'.ConliiiiMioncr', of'. J Juraili for tliU; ytatp.'hiw decldod'tlmt'tlio' trdimiti mny dcclitre wlio tho father of tllcnc chiidre'li that lio iniiHl then to tlio liiwAjOf the Stste. it is I create'quite n flutter.'' i ii jlSr jiWe: pnlilUli! below- frbm-tlie'1Atistrri tqlliguncqr giVtJn Of.tllo-Jst and M.. n i I'unovo it is now rctty, veil seUlcd.tlmt.huris, to tried -before 10 civi nuthnr f. i... 7 "t-ioro t'.1 v" -no ir ou lielorn io civil indictment a read? jiinU airaiiml hinn Ji Twilili, conllnc- siuliicM Unit Wo wi unit >vfl contemplate the'position of thoiPrcsidont of'the Confederate Government. A few years ago ho was one of the favorite oons of the it wnstho'liopo of tho southern' people', at least that-hp would one' day.by the1 Tresident of tho United States; but, thrpugh tho heresy of HCCCS. Atrtti nitil Kiiti t. __i__i i- gWto, between tJlij.iiiilitnry.iuul ciliienisi. Jiotliihtf ttlll nbbiitn.rVstoratifln.lof.ROOU "garni agilliruie pcijcb ithd Y' tho in. ga'vb I .J jn: im unriv'i and rare f-oia-.uii' sophisticated taste of plain of more' epicurean., palates.' For' itniijificoiicc "of wo. find him, .an .Colon1, cell, outcaM.-as.it wore, oc. with .a doom ,ol nny niliucwiso.. provi- 'etoriigb' in or ygood oi If I 1 ,......j.-'i'tiufiu or private wnrehoiiHe j 11 weight not (.xceediiig COOO q h. this1 of .the State. the Legislatiirb tako i opjoct, J bo established .in the the Xortl.l" 'Perhaps 'a.mmilnV ari tnfoit-n "i .i v'vl" tiiiiiiis u, am; plnri bo' ndot.te'd- by'the'o! iFor.overy..additio-al part .Aufiy nit? iti I'liliift to dollnr. n For; the witluirawaUf.goods froiirbonllea nousc, Gnugers' ;retu.UH, 'not exceeding .500 gnlloils.gross, JO KxccodingCOO gallons CO I ,1. '1 (III1 i'i III for. each .additional oom hanging As the once 'distinguished. Con. grimiimiiraiid Senator; and as thu gallant leader of the. 1st .Mississippi regiment in '-the 'Mililcnn war w p b icnn war, we, in comnuni .with.tho whole initioti, svin- pathiso with him, and delight to hoimr.his naiiiu- but, as one of the 'chief spirits in the Into attempt destroy the government to 'whiclrho triu'in: t w nnd the part.ot. the of giving, ball; well nsfor. tho excitement felt by all present, lhe..occaiion went boyond'tllo most sangiiintj expectations Wu'pW with-Iu. hernhlingc Whore the liiiioiiiit iu a writ IsHnei'l'liv n court not'iif'i-ccord; UIIOH. every. of judgniont, or ,eoiio'vit, tor in where -II- I-. "i ol r.tHor other process on njipiuiU .fi-oni, ji.Hlices' coin U or other courts of iiifuniir jurisdiction .'to ii'court bf record, 60 cciiU .the nmou.itr'of'rent :.i .When cpnts.' ,J slaiiip duty lihutrixi rcgiiirclVoii'pbwbrsof lOV'OP'nllV other iu miitii no was t ebtcd for.lim.cducBtioni anil actor bloody drnnm-which lias resulted disastrously. the whole-country .wo'Ciiiniot sympalhiso with him, or voncrato hw name. .No man in the south wielded a'greater iiillneiico in tho nccoinplmhmont of.tho'sccos.slon movement did. the olllco of Chief Kxccutivo in the rebel ubvurn. incut, and hence 'tlio: FedBrar'goVcniioiit1 hblds him principally1 responsible'fo.i- tlio criiiio-'of doubtless have n fait and impnrtinl hearing, Wg aw coiiloiit tn I.U fate in tho'Imndnof thoSc who 'control it, and who' 'Uian wo' orMiot the. welfare'of tho natioii' demands his life. If .there, aru i those among'iu who.th nk ho ought to bo executed, thev have as much right to any as 'the 'men who' think dilleroiitly have tho.Jlretriiluntto.pnnlon and release him lulcllfyeueer.j... shadow the lulls, 'ihc.UoprwontaUro Hall was ardorncd- with wreaths and fostoons of evergreen, and' walls decointed with numerous Union: predominating.: ,Thv rom her porch above like a rejiirenntcd stacked lire-arms suggested tho cml bfaangoin'' mazes of tlio atalwart ileadly.focs fonds'n P f I coiits.'1 add toiialiHtiiiiip: upon r con- s.derntlon of. transfer, the rates f f sol for.foroign-port, 1> dollars -ox nl 4 1' ------i 1 wm i I 1 II j. t t t ill attorney or any other, paper relatiiig'to Liip'pHca.'', lion AMOKO tii'o Chi Won C' Uiat .o unavailing and" unmanly 'cdmplainlhffs over the iJcst, but n stern renolntlon to, iimko'tbd'inoit of qnnntily not' exceed-' Ing.ono t t. excitement'prevails lii Spiiiii, tlio .prioatj agitating ngnllist the recognition bf Italy nnd mistigatlng tho women to got up-inonstorpo. recall i her: new Minister tho.sake'-of 'the ealvntiou of IlcriOttl. .1 i ii Mcccding.pim.thoiiNiiulbushels; givoii -.maocnritv for the payincnuf any from'onl- liundi'cd.tp livo.hitndredidollars.tfiOconta one subject to bo'ismwd' nor on-nnywnrrant 'of a" or" jawialllscdl thcrcto'tl.b'.stmnp'or1' stamps'Jibnb-- ting the and whenever iiny'bbm! or note shall bo becnrcd by a mortgage, but bim' bo Tccjuirca to'bo' placed iirio'n1 the n dced'or other .imtrnmoni OF, 01 .1 i" i .MI3V11II11UIU HI nriiiiirr thereof by witness; nor to nny oiulo.semoiifof n i placed' authority tliiit therunro.pnrt.es lit.constant cdmm.i: Chief, of Lnglandi legarding the Finiaii niovcmenU in the and the exodus of many of ofithntmoblo nnd ''prtt- .riotic .order. .1 there is not n Fin. leaves this cky nnino and desti-, nation; is not'linmcd'nrtely 'fcrwanled' to tho ...r, vim ol BaOguin' nryislrife nnd'tho rettiin of pence, ilt.wnsigrntifyiiigito tho" throplnMo follow tire ore, lotidK of .lain, forgctton.it is hoped foroverr'TrKT3 iu utmost.capacity with the sweetest flowers of lovehncstf, and manly'foYlns of Americans l mid' citlldnsf every -fnco'wns radiailt1'with' and noispiteful.cxpruiwion or'.rndo'rrtt'botrwinV- ntent HI feeling, eroppod.out.fiom.toneafJr.tbe .hilnrms surfitco to, mnr tthe'.crvfm'mci evening.-- After which1' irt' with put, tho-> .curtains of. night, and .lookedout, face upon our poaccfurnnd happy city. Tim' wtinln 4t.'- t.f_ Tlio'wliblohffilr'rillocbJ'tlio Jifgliest credit upon tho-good'tastp; libcraliiy'nml jjivbii bytliu Ist'LbuisianiiCaynJryoniotL will-be long rumembofo'd with, grateful plcnsnro uxccccuug not'tcxcccdiiiij thousand dollars, 1 dollar., L-or ijcvcry.mlditioual, ilvo. Vm u irovttletl, tlinj.upon, each innd every r or pollcy'of IfisurancB, .or.tho.ronoyvnl.or.i-continuaticcof contrncttor .chnitcr, by -letter' ..o csoo Lading extend Tiding between Iti the'TJiiite'd 'J. onjflhalli bb'tlio liighbs't fntcs' for' said Instruments, or eiMier of .them. J- no BlfllUp'uutiCS Otl DrtftAnr'n I II1" t u JJ j fit 01 e British '-.-'J ..v. IVlt'llIUUU VUG immboriof Rpidsiiii thb: Omplay Of then English Governmont, avory j.lndcod, nsnert that they'hnvc becbiiio of tlio' brother lioodilho better to tlio workings' of tho asspcintion.'i Jlow'uvprtliin nmy 1 positively, and a an 'Unvohofmt'y Circld of t lOiAlnrnrlnmi people) positively, and n European mail, shores docs not carry the intolligoiice'tliuy'hiiVb v O LllUy U been i able to-, gle'iiil regard ing1 lllo inovbilieiits bf tliu i'lininits. t. 01 of( namcs.pnblisliodi.in thoJlicluiiond persons a'ppqintcd to nct'iisa'-'oomiriftlob of reception''for rrcsidbiit' Johnson, ,Gen. 'Terry-thaL-thoy on accoiint.offormer. Sonfedcrato proclivi- t.'crmr'i'uperibrtb aiiy oriprcMcd'people wo liavU rend'oD s'l'lio'dny of 'provisional army of 20.000 inoiriiTjiwot'ri sustm'n fa, Ofliqei-HpAnioricBtviandaJruih, 'h'nyn ..with distinction, in yonr, silently inbring1 into Ireland to n'ssiiina control bf the nclivo'orM'ratiank'to' M i miich sooner 'off you .can, ;AII ,'tlioy to bnablo thcnr to meet tho enemy.ou something liko A large sum of mnnoy.u reqnir-.'__ wltlioill liosiCation wb appeal to ,'ybu for" tlmt nssistrtncb never'i heretofore-withlicid1 frbrii nil -Yminoodihnvo wiitt common pnciny Bbllovo'iis, wo will give her all the-work can. attend to nt homo :nnd in Ireland, without crosv ing the Atlantic to find it,   

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