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San Antonio Express (Newspaper) - October 25, 1865, San Antonio, Texas 1868 Judge Brll iri. a meeting tW-i (U.uaoria) uou..ty, pnio, ZdiiniU at which a largumnumWr for pouriua.thf. mm viinv the prison llo reaching'.the.grountl for op- ]RW( Jn Atlh. irtnV, oVtW.'i'ppiMin'w'o'f u he Wouldliaverriadehw sabre foltashe lno l.t.day, o chargo.on all who .-Jn bf tlio 'of the-mooting andiiUiiiminl after scmblod, was to hear Judge Bell. ion tho stato ;ivii .t- I... iwlth1 "No'tsrich'a thought never or U.-l. t.l'U nfttiVt1 c thorn 'to'tliU notice individual tlMiugh ho Midi WliJV" Tttfaso'of .wBro, vlthfloldJiaUthiit jiincliireltho. pone ib.'iwoU, tho charge .of, rrtadu. ngainst 1'V tho four yearn during whicl have boon'on'6y6f'lits1 most trusted recTploUr'of .tho sharor-to: tho best oPinr abilities >ini his. labors and.respoiisibilities, I; Tl'1K I perhnps, t lai; AHOllUOri 1 is! hereby. 1 iMors.jind; r, to.and at, the closo that 1 hereby required'to make roturns'to this moneys'or socurltioi.-ori'pretondod currency, of whatever nature; which IBVO i received .in .pajjnent of. Taxes, .remaining in mat they ro- to'oider in thu upon, nmko liin npuoch., Ho HpolW .fnl Ltwo ujiaif. nmny tlilnw vrliich the bcn' wont'to hq'uM.and a haif. and.said many wuiun ipt-oplo af. Brazortacb'uuty' liii'vb: wont-to hear fJr ninny" in force here, hut.oi.kcount-of-w to-omloavor 'to yrnH .imtnoviiblo Etori'worc thU'writor'wn.ttal to thtt.workiof.ro. porting siiclni your! space would not your, paper. ,IIu glanced hastily ,ut the prosperous of the ptoploand of tho coiilitry'ns it Misted only S few yearn n't ofhimiMi passion-whteh hiid swept'bvo'rthut fair iccnu; and. living colony tho nad wrcck-which, U progress power.. IIu alluded to.tlm differencei of opinion which ha'l arisen and existed, between hlmnelf and, the poo- of Brazoria county, 'ulwut tho'timo in r'efu'rbiicu to tho effects cuiwl tniited with tlm ou true tllmnkod 'when'tliu nnnoniicijd.'1 But'mn f TT M.i t I t vMpugnfliit.tojjvury sentiment nf justice uiu'i'iy.'that the innocent should'bo made for utttli'mbniiterK.'' With- oilFMrayiiliTth'o' confidence' of''.ollkial InWr- inn when tlmlicityi of; Richmond, -had the. liis.flighti the-papers'Wild upon hfo body'sliowud that ho liuen'oi iii iln 7iUcinpt'tb' Trosidi th'e'lio'ads'bf tlio Cabinet, to-in-Ieaso tho iitlionors to wtflro to.the J city Uio'so Ida men, and with lull'license to giatity tlioir'i.iiHsioin. on thohelploss.lnhabiuiits, Tlio'llistVubtions'-to-his men- had-beeu -pliibo- ratoly proparoilliand -hiit donlgns coiiimiinicaUjd nmtciials for flrlng'the town t'jjnipmout. ,In _____ ninco'Jthings have changed-' atid -tho'old how call' tlitj Throne of Grace without blushing 1 Good they biito bless'1 What we "have' asked1 thee'to curso, for tin last four thoi powers-that1 boT 1 'Does Lord will allow-ihimself topUo-bambooalodi any jr.'.g; i ffnm nrllelti'lii1 ip .ftlitlou iln whluli iJiooitort '1. we.-rxlrwt following'iIn furuiHtlan, In ti npo, evitably produce; desire anything .whioh. it to tlm.i Uchtnond'. KepublicitliHt Uio.attention.of cnpltid- vitlioiittetiip tho 'Wliolo trutlij and very -plainly, -to refurunco-.to wlmt occur. of eaun.f.lilaii bnt ho Ml HIU IMjHWII in i limniwuroitnkou ,1 hey ;wero brouglu to .'Richmond, j unaiiu ciftho expressed thut'tlu-sij'i liiid'ncnuircd no'iinmmiity1 ifroin for tlmir..crimuH, if guilty, by Mhuir Vng'beoirtidiiiittfd 'to-mim-iulcr bv 'b'utorb-knowledge 'tlu-ii1 olloiiccn.. ..A cnsnnd which became so Imuted us ti Minl'riondly.fueling, by of tho-nii in maintaining t'int iilthoiigh these men mcriti'd-a rufnsnl to of .toonercy, by tliojr wuro nncred; bo .diiihbnoicd if linnn H nftiT tlmir mirrcii.hir, tho accept 'fliico of which connitnted, in judgment, 'tiledgo thaVthby ahould roceivo tlm treiitment oi To Jcll'erson Davis nlon.-, and to coimtancy 'of purpose, did tin-so men owe "their.' safety; in of hontilo public opinion, to of tho Cabinet. 1 forbear from further1 'trcupass on your space, "iiltho'ngli'I am In posHCKsion of niimeroua otlic-r liicts bwiriilg on .the HtibjocL.tliat fail to toiBeoijuNticoidoiln to Uie illuHtrious man vwill not speak. obedient servaiit, -Illlll i tho'InWriial'Iieviintie M ibis State will >o assessed from tho buginiiingibfMttioilugalrpo- in whioh into ,ific Persons 'familiar; with auriferoiio re- gion.of .Virginia.toi.bo cqilttl El .Dorado of tractions fiom the, fact.of, being -within thirty hoii'rs of of 'capital and liibor, tlio'city'of Nilw York; whilst it IB posseswd'of a-wilubrious cliniiito niul liaiHUptitior lacilitieft for access by UIOBIIB ,of. railrondu, catiaU and navigable Thu mineral wealth of Virginia is no new dw covety, but for'.'caus'es which" it not'now neces- sary- to Itt 'rbsourcos in thin' respect ted, amf.1n.referenr.ul to, wjio had .vainly endeavored to n the revplnlionaiy Htbrin. lib showed that tit but.it that If" rather ri'iiiilri.va" precnion toward tO'dorogntc from his" pardon for having1 donu.'his 10 to bo tliu tiuiitiniit -throiiiih. win was to bo extern Would i.- I eoimr Manhood l- wkm- their wlio'lo 'tho-war-'consu.- nuunt'upou' nll'beonl nboiitislavery.'-and tliat'overv limn, in1 his ill nothing u'ldo.i ,'And thafoii tho massQsof tho. people, ,ol.tho Sjiuth svdtematicidly dooeiycd for or more be' foiosect-union.' ''That so far, ifroin tliu South hav- ing vielde'd, And yielded; until'to', yield any-longer Would bavu'botiu1 dlnlionorablo, shu'.hadi always, IIIIK hu.ihown a temper in ricu' __IIIT-I_________ .ISeS.'itho'anr will begin with tho Ist-of July, 1804; the licenses from tlm 1st day of tho month have never developed u which businow (Mibspquont to .liu'UtjdHVj'o.f tlio'1'iit of Miy Thb'closo war haiafforjliid an opportunity for.tlmiinvestniout aniotint.of North-, orn.capltal proinifjift. eiiterpriso of ing tlio'eoUrmfncs 'orVJ-rgmuT and, Wall ias not been'slow to M :abovo stn oldofitlw-projent it with d from whun thu MJMOiirl-.qiiurtlon.aroiio, to 1854, whun tlio KHIWBH Nuhuuka bill got all nhu linked; iii tlio Congrcwi of thu United StatcH, on tliu'mlciition of ulavciy.1 Tlmfwhohad naked a1 tlio put. chaso of'LouMana'nnd.itho. miimxntion: of territory, of indullnito und- nearly all Uiiritory. cryof .Injiwtfcodone, on; .applicHtiotm 'menu to'bfficp." pcq e.l tlmt no inm. in workin Gov; Uuhilton to Imitcn 'Uiir .mu propcr'relatioiw with the Govcrnmcrt t- harder thwi ttew' ofonr At.tlic earliest day will bo called, '-Ml old mine on the Uapitlan.rivoY, has recuiitly.ru- urned.from.tl.o with soventy-ftvo Hkilled wot tax wJimposed on tlm Uni- mcchanios and wlnora. Tho Whitehall Gold [bd Mine Company has resumed operations wltl, one Bur oni-'Wir'H tax Is author- undred employees, izt-d to'l'ie- colluctilil by the on tliu Uni- nnd' 'iiiinoiH.' The-Whitehall Gold i, the whole iimoiint opening; ran'd tfm prospoct is.tliat tlio.inlnoral ro- of whiub iin Blwvq ource. of Virginia will soon roach a .degree of levied npon property nsuallj evelopment, they, havo never, prevU taxable, and will bo' aHHcsm-d'upon the the Staic'rctiirnH-'of 18ttO, tho unhid of Thrtso the lUtlDUIlL OI propwrty'pormanontly exempt-by'tho-State law A npecial haiiheuti appointed byth of dipt. Coleman of Ten Hoytof Pennsylvania; and Dr.'Ev dlroc foundation in 'tiicti'.'buf.'Wiu cleitrly ip'rovcd by'tlio fuetn, imd would1 havo linen-.HO ro-' 'gnrded by'tho of- the pcoplw of the South; if tho fiietsicould liiivulibuen brought fillty bufuru thotn. But lion in'tlm k-oti torn''dpwii'iiiid'.n'cnttorodJ 'iitt '_ A ilMlnflPtit loiiintliUcnnvontlon; that' tlioyinro.whippm- that by tho .incrciwo Xorthiirn politleiil' of popiila- power wan 'Other milieu nru likewise "These facts are extremely gratifying, nn in' licatlon of'tharapM resurrection of Southern in- liistrv from itbo proHtration; caused by four yearn J .1 ...ill____I pawing out of tlieiiJimliU, Heixod lipon r'y nginition, as a'menimi of public of pmhing thoni'OtiDto make if would trol the govuriimeut in tlio interest of ularery, for all.timo'to come, or failing in'thii, to mibvort' tho government, and csiidillsh thu Sontlinrri Colifed- nliii-ct tbu-.ratu.necessary to rais "re, i .dsnm.it eighteen cents on tho bun- of .war. Tliqy.-how that eapitnl.wil not lie .low I Tw. Under this law, property to the to appreciate tho advantage, offered by the vast u. of exoinpt'in to.'the resources oLtho that wo may justly Hinount 01 wuunii nuiidpnto a comparatively return ofx our 0. Picayune. prosper Tur GIIKAT or THE cau bu no doubt'> of- -the fact that tho future of n tho nccro is, within the limits Union, the tho asiuHsment and colleot.ou, of this tax. One (jt, ;prcionL of tlm gnntlomon immed-isnow inGalvo.ton.bi BrcBl1 ..f the commiMlon, has not yet met and organize ''writes to tlio editoffof Klnko'ii letiu frcm Washington iSeptombcr 25th, as- i ,A cnBo.wBS.recently.jpferrcd to the Mr. Bonjamm mttoinptod and ntrooiouH'treatuiunt of Federal pris- in .tho, of, ho long time, tho ex- bceauso tho ConfodoratoH refused tho cnrUil in giving up captured viuono Holdicn. "man 'for theory I V 1TV1W-T- i Federal government, on tlm score of l.iustico-and'humunity'to.tlm soldiorH of the He- Vnublic; refused 'to But let pirn, and to est talent of the for State min'icc. .Expc- rionco hail and common' rcmotvoflght to lavo that -the! oxocntivo' offices wieli an -and the' ,likr, ishould IMJ lllediby.appointment..from.itho Governor. ,And bis own experience him. to favor, strongly, tho. flllitiK of Judicial in- rteal'bf ol-.'c.ion by the people. Ho closed witli 'reference and liin old friends'. in this cxpretoing A to retain but if tlmy should concludu.to.withhotd tlmir confidence .from him, on account of tho views be had entertained, and tho courso'lio had taken 'in refcronco .'to se- cession, ho would-always remember with A becoming pride, bow he-had once enjoyed their favor, .iiqf... avotdou. as mucii possm ic, Dccauso.ii uscu n g'fdatyprejudiced in his favor.' This.ihowover, Houston, mid tookviolent possession of the SUte: wowou, K GovommiMit. AH not to.bonooeBBary. f; the .main ,pbint u .1 Ln whether, after, the can'buly bo'rcgarded as a temporary expedient. OovernmMit. AH ooents There 5s' ,io legal -or financial provision for'tho Impressment delaHa continuance of the 'Bureau; and as lninf soon as things become entirely settled' in tlm of tb.o t ho .absolute control of the will of course be abolished; The solu- men in power. .-And then tho peoplo.wero able to tlio, lunin I'uiiifc niw, oouiu it wuroi cuurnu in: nuuuoMcu. j oum- net of secession 'and hostility to the Government tion of th0 groat prohlem-of tho day will then be MO wlrnt.n government WM, or might becorae. of iho 'United States, the rebel 'Stato govern- left thc Southern peoplo, and they must meet And when tlm same -fnljohoml and ii' 0. which had boon practice press of tho boutu 'to precipitate tho revolution, was still resorted to, in a more unexampled degree, .and to.a moro as- tounding tho purpose of, deluding tho kl. A tlfil'nP mont ol'Toxas'WM auohia government defaoto, or that its aotn, legislative, excouUro and .judi- cial were binding upon tho The dis-. oussion'was'very U' demon- Htrated so for as itho nets .were1 not ia eon- fliot with tho ths United States, thev it in a spirit at once generous Times. :.ri.. i _ very but thua add his testimony 'to tho story, .JJutwitk reforonco.to the papers foiimhipon tho body, can' it bo possible tlinVMr; Benjamin document wliich-itwaspro- '.'j'sumod'ho' ha'd''hthbgraphod in J distributed abroad was a and soiclumilly executed that' it scarcely the- writing even Uie signature'was mis- "''spelt? ''This forgery was expoicd.with bitter in- father, of 1 icnl action, 'mid this-will become' the'Bottled law ,rOB'ds and steamboats. ;The sUamboat wharves my owntr by both .incident to' .ha aro estimated at upwaidxif ntno' thousand oTdollan. Brigands tbannrrur in' Mexico. It is thought that oiro-third of. en- tire population live by plundering. The Queen tho Sandwich WandsVto land, and an object of -public JnterwU' is uid, was 'tiro.,
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