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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 March 1866

THE CITY. , We notice that the world-re- nowned Major Tom Ochiltree is stop- ping in the city. There i not • man, woman, or child, on the fitce of the earth who has not heard of him- An ungrateful hussy wai tlogged badly on Sunday evening by an outraged "lovyer." The circum- stances were about these: A negro girl accosted a dashing young Sambo some time since, and asked him why he could not be obliging like other young gallants, and make her a nice present f Unable to resist the force of this appeal, he took her at once to a dry goods store and supplied her with two dresses of the gayest colors, besides a superb fit-out of the finest brass jewelry to be found in the town. Thinking he had now secured a good thing, when Sunday came. Sam- chalk. Fined $25 and costs. Charles Gottscbalk flghti Schefer. Fined $10 aid costs. thin if that we nave treated mm bflyina little paragraph whi< peared in our omuinn Sunday i ing. We take pleasure in layi) m I • 5--JC ' 4 M _ himself up handsomely...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 28 March 1866

\i ComniU- I tito amount. ..JSJEUt t Dm tft di.- u -| mi F.^.. the sixty days, }«jt taiw <& day of mIo, tea per with penalty and t to be computed from ; (be tax by the OommU- •^SrTO^been sold for of (he direct tax, (he redeem the saute from BB m (heeetfa prescribed by fee 7<h seetiou of act of March 3, lies; Midpayuient of the tax charged 1 T QnAnllh MhiimWIH'M AM theiiTosaels to other natkmalities to I MTOld seizure by Chiliaa aad other ^wKSS tald 0u> o«w day o#V eonrteeae wag, who, ia the excess of his politeaeM, Sever swallowed an oyster without saying, "Good-bye, reive." A cotton factory at Maeoa, Oa., is is full blast, turning out 90,000 yards of sheeting per month, which at 35 cents a yard, nakes the value of (33,- BOOT* * 8H0B& MAlOK RAILROAD NOTICES. GATES, A CO. Four monitors ai« lying in front of y m. Two will be stationed in Cairn ? Ssfe harbors on the Golf, while the ether two will be sent to the Atlantic coast. Four gentlemen from Worcester, ass., hare ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

i ■■■*:,M&3F fSsMssipswi^'';^ .£! f ? - ft 4$ "•••> •%, 13 VOL XXXll—NO. :(. HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 30, 186&-TRirLK SHEET. WHOLE Ntk 46X8. DARLING & WEKRIMAN CORNER OF \ MAIN AND CONGRESS STREETS, HOUSTON, TEXAS. 8. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. AI C CIO N AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET. Houston, Toxm. WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON all kinds ok ivr.iaT^oxx.^LiM'roi «s# aex. AUCTION SALES \ „. ■ V KffillV TUESDAY and THURSDAY Coiiimciioma *t in i. I'lmik, A. M- decKIUvtr (•rccuiiacks arc (inetl! •KILT \ (pfAltl STERNER STOCK (If , SPRING GOODS Arc Still Setter. WR«I, KMAI.I-: A!VD KKTAII.! houston and millican. i Sa; i sti:i<ne h a vino arsr kktiirnkd | from Ne v York, and bavin* piircliu<M'<Uiiri 8PKINO | STOCK at i.lio declining prUstoMau :in*l will otter jw my Inducement*! iw Country Buyer*. Huinirin buaiiieKA In 1'exAK tor ninny yenw. hinHelee.- tion of goods. Adapted for the trades i* mutinied, All I ANk In to <ive nit* a Mr triu*, and I will pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

'ij-r-B ■ kPH. LE6R/ rfiancMT. t'M' n ' Jkvvnmvtmtnu. pooete amen*** go to tlie country on ^ will tcMp( Jolpuoo'i Government iu ft solution. Whether the Radical* will hare nerv# enough to attempt this line of policy, con- tinue* thin correspondent, remain* to be eeeo. There k no doubt bat that the matter Is canvassed. Time i« one inherent difficulty of great, perhaps tasaperafcle magnitude in the way, and that is this, the negroea and the loyalist* could hardly be relied a§ttft«4aa u carry out^thia policy. The freedmen are not prepared for aneh a atey, and the loyalist# could scarcely be expec- ted to reconstruct on that tarts. we thai' vote far him- We regard him, aa a jadge, aa an bomt to the' Thereare suggestions in the follow- State, and deaii* tf weSma of,talent, iu* letters from the atwaya observing tttro ki« —* responsible'po- V^whington correspondent of the fiat Tf ^hZTTthe Z- «*■«*«■ . to eomiuaad attention and ■itioaa as <*i of the tpe Hu ^ >efleetioM of tl^ vtab pi*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

i f>S~ /' 1 ' * Z +f % ^ ■%'.«* 'vi'OBI m rs#StA«fc."i BY TELEGRAPH! LATEST FROM EUROPE! Cottou Advanced Id in Liverpool EARTHQUAKE IN CALIFORNIA •PRESIDENT VETOES THE RADICALS AGAIN I I he has happily commanded language to describe the |to«itioii t'rnui which America will nut budge iiu iuch, iu terms which France will probably rnoke up its mind to consider as nor incompatible with iu> own views. The undoubttyl impression of the French miuority, individually, is that Mr. Seward's latent communication relieves them from a load of anxiety, and that the relation* of France aud even tho strongest advocates of t\ie bill will see liow important it is that the power of veto should exist, and be entrusted in the hands of a Presi- dent eudowed with judgment, and 1 most unootnuiou courage. > The World says: The veto shows * that the conflict between the Presi- I dent and Congress admits neither j compromise nor reconciliation, and [ can be decided only by au appeal to ! the people. f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

T - *-T«^ It. CVMUMG, *id Proprt Jmt15S*MM£ lillttwrai TttlfiiWH. TiiiHiira* . Mir M4 *H.WwUr C—M—«. \ ■■ ■:.. 2k: kwm from Austin yettoday lb® members of the Convention, to tbe work they were to Avutin to do, and to that they to. do, but have den®, to ehooee the State the next two, four and ten > various caucuses baVe following ticket: 1«~Fot Governor, j. W. j for Lieut.-aovernor, jfor Comptroller, W. j for Treasurer, Martin are all the candidates named Mr. Throckmorton ww a Unionist at the beginning of the traf, bat went with the State, raised a regiment for the Confederate army, and aerred with it a year or two. He waa afterwards made General of « the He know JPf and M ~ ' " credit if elected. ^ original aeeea^oniet the anny, servings _. Gen. Waul. Hehia tod his county twice in the Mid was an unsuccessful IRA PH. Joam to w*u kjw wn i Weatern Twmaaa aww ofaWli^r and worth, ginee tbe break-up bo 1mm been the editor of what ia considered the radi- cal paper of San Antonio. Judge ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

, lEi '■ ., .«v .to* 4 -f.*' aawftiW ■ 4'-i Ax THE CITY. MARINE REPOHT. Tljei'o is a luau stopping at tlie House who weighs just three ■red unci ninety-six pounds, and lie dared us to run a loot race [liiin Tor a drink or a couple of We were afraid to take hiiu . We owe Squire Marple, ot the li^tol Hotel, one lor just the best din- e have sat down to in many a day. knew that he had some repnta- } for having good tlrtugs lixed up, didnt know that he kept one of the very best houses iu all the coun- try. Such is the fact, however. Visit him once, und if you're fond of good belly-timber you'll never cuase to do ■0."4~"S~ Wo felt some curiosity yester- day to know how it is that the man over the way, can sell all thrise line things spoken of in his posters, at a dollar piece und not get Hat busted. It occurred to us that he must be a marvelodsly generous sort of a soul. So we armed ouiself with a t wo bit piece atid went over. We bought a pretty little ticket, put up in a right pretty l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

gtatm and of the vari- Ita*ygo*trife of • hnn- ob or o above or below kmi mud, bat it te la that neighbor- P; iWA A fi kty mfi thanks to the houston Tele- (h its kindly notice of oar fliwit. Wo would however ..l ibit oar neighbor does not wfaere we abnll be, when Honte- • W6r- He will have a daily paper in lew than ftva yean—mack Tlj uMiiHrf inri I' . vV The Item aaya s We hear there is a prqject on foot to sell the present Odd-Fellows Hall •tthisjUe, and build a newone from oeUarto garret. It teaUftgedthe has not room enough to get about hi; that it is in danger of tek- imr foot evil for want of ground exer- cise. The prqject win And many Mctfasanxfous to take stock in it, oatside the order as well as in it, for WaUnr Lodge Is an institation that has never known such a word as foil, either before, daring, or since the WW! Md that is saying a good deal in these days of mutability and gen- eral crash of terrestrial things in this <** sublunary - sphere, Don't know but we may sell ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

vl ■ VJ T '■ THE CITY. Greenbacks, we believe, are more in this city at present, tuy where else iu the United We uiidei-Htuutl that they ilil}v ut 125, uud have heard Jgoiiitf ut snmllt'i- figure*. j'UHoiis /or tliis are various, ispeet that the most weighty iut Northern merchant* ai'e Jieir bills hore for collection, wates a heavy demand for [According to our telegrams ^y tl) in New York about Chicken and turkey nieitts are So much for the effect of high prices- When milk is low, it can be had in large quantities, rich and pure. When it runs up, chalk and water are at once in demand among dealers. We don't know how the thing .can be rem- edied, unless buyers Btop ' invoices* There is plenty of condensed milk in market. Messrs. Henry Henricks & Co. are constantly receiving large addi- tions to their stock. They are doing a heavy business and deserve it. Country merchants, give them a call. It will be recollected that the name of Mr. McGowan, the banjo man, was published on the p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1866

t t 1 r h •f • J t,,( |-r ;. ® j II" ! i f ! _ ft*.) bmm (mm Ihut or flr« h d been rietiu*) *t tb« b*r. ffitom heard _ fttft—nw ds*ns to the atom where dHfinvw, 4Mir nw aoldiera oat. 8*®*i umad far wliile ekxwd the door, and then mini to dinner- Heard the report of a Hiatal •* the doot after taking the j^nir Jutaahe took the drink he jfepned to the door and heard the re- Mrt o/apktoJ in about a minute. Ke- inflwd the accused aa one of the yeru drinking with him at Gmm Examined.—Did hot know who paid for the drinks. Accused tH about to pay for them. The otore where deceased was killed is aboat three doors from Harlan's. Wtteaaa went in about two feet of the atom, looked in. and saw some fellow Mag there on u e floor, in front of the * ttMmter, and the storekeepers around. of anj who ig except William Denny and the accused. Saw the colored aaldiwrs run by just as he got to the atom door. The store was closed by «fflcers. Did not gu to the bar-room any more. He-Examination. -I uui cert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

VOL XXXII-N& 4. HOUSTON, TEXAS, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 186a—QUADRUPLE SHEET. WHOLE NO. «B& V 61 AC AMO. 8. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. DARLING & rn-~h~-rt-r-r CORNEB OF MAIN AND CONGRESS BY HOBKRT Bt'CHASAlt. ^■wgoaLti AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN STREET, uaton, Tex**, WILL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON ALL KINDS OF MXUR.OBAM'SiaB. AUCTION SALES EVERY TUESDAY and THURSDAY Ootumenoinir at lu o cluck, A. H. decl-dtwtl vl U reserved Sale! STREETS, S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. I Will aell'at THEIE AUCTION ROOMS. Main Street, * On Tuesday, April 3d, 1800, AT X O'CLOCK. A. M. HOUSTON, TEXAS. ib.it-n* * . • ymit '■ ' 1 M"' J • , Another Mammblli Assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, WHITE GOODS, Hosiery, Gloves, &c.4 A larire Invoice of BO< > IV AND SHOES, i' Clothing, Hate, Etc. " AND SPLENDID STOCK OF ORO; . .. _jes, Llquorts Brandies, Wlilakies, unit iuors of every description. i- I^uialaoa and Texas SUOAR-lu hhdr.; WhitalU- V(M* 8U0AR—ji ' TOBACCO and CIOABS—an unusual variety....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

IW% I f- \* I p . i J > film . J IS I 1 ■m, aili Iffi i3Se&£'M>t TELEGRAPHIC MISCELLANEOUS ja*. a. uibtbth HuAitm m. clowkk, million k CLOWEtt, keefttoin*. vorwardiuff GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS miluoan and hkmpstead prepared to receive and forward all Cotton J.*" * • 1-® *■ <=« yifpwi i t |i ■q««to i m,wmklr 3 ym'M'm •« •• -«■ •a h 135 iS 18 Is IU m KB IM 1M m W IT. 815 4N ttaalow) NotioM, three dw«>«w «r «nt «r«nce. Moreover, «v have mmmg hofw *h t the aitjjt of tfee Mgra*! «wr«nt SI iUrek mi mm- a n.< HoagtentTg3MW, March 31,1866. We feol iujpellffl to say again what wo Wife ottoo mM before, that the of the South, in connection Union, ii? order to he a sac 't? wmm aneomuiend. WfcigSg t vkw. for the reason thak.^he question of self-espatrittfion stilt <tuHittB#ed a!no g our people. Some v have already gow. prlaftde preyara- flrMl.ot some ■ •tim: forei^aad, and others are con- tin#; in the future as they'may flnd p«paredif g«. e had 1mt oho opinion <*j Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

FROM THK CONVENTION. aa the ceetitotioo protect ^JC r^Sr.S; ?ttroi>E?5& •IVe of tke Christian Sabbath- i i-uia,«rprotemUdu wuty**& **,fuu<i«, AtyoUrilPd till Mood«J„ 9|oVe|aek ' i * ofiW* KfporUnl for lIk* Ux ly Teiu^ru^i' Al'stijv, March 24. ConVentioh met; a great dyal of Austin, MarehJki. met. Everybody at yet ou baud; doWt; doubt if wr (rtheir plaoes very pnuuftl):, will look „! >.i 1 „„ ...i thoy want to close the work. Cou veutiou tli WonderTif tl y wilt do it? The Committee on Condition «t the State, through its chairman, Air. Nor- , pre* Ordi ton, present for adoption the fallow- ing Ordiunutf iw ur « „ velwoiv . till. Ordlnuof, to redarat ui« tuuae by mj'.eg tn tho Mute, wbe«' audi laud* !ut*e knit imrvluucd l>y the should remain here many weeks loug er, the disposition U> talk would not lessen. It was thoeght, (as it was eloquently expressed 011 the floor yes- terday,) that gentlemen might dance ott'some of tke gas, through the heels, at the ball las...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

•ffgteii: (■aw will MhMbd tk* material topic* of dtonwiwu,) who has >o( nWnted k«rt. Th «- extremely liable to be wrong. Ami ov«* wntinwal aqrhwetfc—fe, udktm MMWlMt the tetne- tnwUilwia4tkHtUai tat* mm who allows and shows no feeling, like • sirooeo. A recent bo tells *mh wy plain troths to the reading public, says : It la not at all uneouunoa to emae Iftnw tihHT'fffT*Trm '** whleh ttm nnfi- aary natural susceptibility to dew tional ideas, nay to fervid ideas in general, seema wholly left oat. It is as if they bad come into the world with a sense short." It is not left oat, bat baried and stunted so as to seem so. Whoever is in their condi- tion should not pretend to judge of what transcends him. The am few things mine despicable than the ridicule of strong and intel- ligent feeling. It is the ridicule of a farther insight, c deeper realization, than the scoffer possesses. Pnkaldy those who stoned Stephen laughed at his rapture; his awful vision tbej eoold not see. Sentiment is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

< ■ ii 'MifcMSII • , ■v.." piaed and nOad at- It is not des- tined eTertak superseded by beav- «n, or H7 otfcer stele or place of ex- istence. The real thing to be done, U to bring heaTMi down to it, not to for- sake it for heaven. The tralrwiae and Christian mgn, having settled upou sound religions principles and included in the plan of his life a constant reference to what lies beyond, will throw all the force of liia being into the business, pleasures and pursuits of this life. Here he is and here he expects to remain as long as God pleases. He will get all that is possible out of life; he will use all its resources as not abusilBg.thew. His aim is to rescue the good things of this world from the devil, not to resign them and beat a cowardly re- treat- He knows it is better for his Jjnends, his fellow men and his own soul, to have death find him engross- ed heart and hand in a busy, happy life, than to find him tugging away from life like a tied animal. Men do not love life an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

LEGAL «^*y| J.W. BAjfeoN, ATTOSKBT IT LAW, *®wr- - ',r~ # v,, %-.* 0/K . CouaoniiA Aajnrr, WallMOt, ChwNn CM fa -I06°' ^ •/ _ only smhI- wto had been token aad fflwrriod t?Jr tf* people at the bal iot.hox. Even then he was not warn m«h until After Virginia had JodmI* as old Texan, but an lie wm the editor of ffHM the of theTera# Republican There were three J e may Jonee" now, -Wg foot" or "fiat footed Jonee, from Gafteeton"; "mylHend talking Jonee, of Cfonzak*"; and "oar hell-roaring little Jonee, from San Patricio." W! E. Jonee was the "flei of thoee d«ya. How qukn tabei James H. Bell we all know, thongh i course is*hard to be understood lain men. A secessionist imprtn- i who could not argue against the tfjSSW.S'.S.&l Morton it. Only opposed 4>n tfimmdB of expediency* ha found it expedient to take the oath of office as Supreme Judge, and to support the Coastitatiou of the Confederate States. After defeat, as a candidate for re- , he rolunteered as a private onfederate ranks,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

CITY L W. LANDINQHAM A'l'CO. ■ '*Y-t ' ~TT v:i'«' Ifi v.^d.'i4j{ i~/i •■s war, -The young ladles of Virginia > raid to be complaining that the unmarried men left by the i all captured by the widows. -Recorder's Court.—George Purley, for aggravated assault on Jake MoKinney, gave bond to the [ amount of five hundred dollars to appear before the District Court at its next session. —Eev. Mr. Young will deliver a lecture before the Sunday School scholars of the various churches, at the Houston Academy, Sunday morn- ing next, at 11 o'clock. . nnrlts . no wouder that] some of those fellows whom Judge Hadley occasionally hauls over the coals, are getting, somewhat hot with us for publishing their names. We are them a state reputation. 1 ■ The Tei.kgrafh is read by every human bung who can read for miles around. Several days ago we spoke of the great dearth of fowl's flesh, and its consequent high price in this mar- ket. Yesterday the feathery tribe flocked into the city in great hordes, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 2 April 1866

kv,,, ' L • ■■ Averts, M*roh, 27. 1806. tiou BMt, Next to the butt > wssaiou, «o said to be. Bat y abatement iu the diaposi- I don't know whether appetite to stake 1/ sign of an approacli- "wild b ~ bout after office," tkat tbe uDdwputed aymptomn were shmiy wrestling with the un- fortaaate. I «n glad to m that the ssrtsfsacc«a """"" " 1 «roald afraid of one ujP9K{H| 1 in the re-. 3 him mad. .«_> offend .Pli -ttot I^rt'his ^nw fiurther than to ear that he i still engaged in the same old business, oblivions of nJl awMUid, save when a chanoe comes up to s8p in what is deemed a good vote —be is then all alive, makes a few feawks, either pro or eon—the vote i east, and then he collapses on his seat, and goes to stringing together the (Wraps of circumstances in his life. This is a Uig old world, and has a great many sorts of people in it. Hie Committee on Condition of the reported the following ordi- I. That all die amendments made shall be submitted to the people for ratification o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 April 1866

' iWf V/ • : :* VOL XXXn- NO. 5. IARLING & MERRIMAN CORNER OF HOUSTON, TEX AS,% WEDNESDAYS APRIL 4, 186d-TRIPLE SHEET. —m— WHOLE NO. 4817 RAILEOAD N( AMOTION COMMISSION MERCHANTS MAIN MAIN AND CONGRESS ■BW ORLEANS TKEN AN DM STREET, LIBERAL Ctonl Boa aUtflf-4tW tf ON ALL KIN COMFORT! SPEED! Couston, WILL / to STREETS, ^HOUSTON, TEXAS, *,rr JDAY and THURSDAY Commeucinii at iu o'olooK, A. M. deel-dtwtf Ui reserved Sale! S. L. HOHENTHAL & CO. SAFETY! OLD RELIABLE Little Mum Railroad! VIA OOLUUBU8. I Shortest and quickest rout# from Cincinnati to tilths 1 EASTSRN CITIES. TOWNS. VILLAGES AND STATIONS LITTLE MIAMI Will Rett at ■af The runnliut Lw the East I . certain. and passen#er« have ami ilKhtoinc Express Tral It Iwtiur the shortest THE ONLY LINE 0( in'.™ from Cincinnati to le, connections are time for meals. THEIR AUCTION ROOM8. Main Street, On Thursday, April 5th, 1800, AT tX O'CLOCK. A. W.« Put Time from ClocZnaatl to I Boston in 34 hour*, Baltimore in , in«#hourii, Albany ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 4 April 1866

V t the operations ,weft£ in eer^organ ..) copied from the Commercial, (Btdicil Be- lts cwphatio endorsement ""''i ■"' i two papers is a matter of IteMCOWt i of the Bureau is in with the views of every . with that institu- we in acquainted. !.! ,'J U..1 Such a Government i* even less eudu- TBe tendency to such exhibited by the majority,*:* one -.Lj-l #Si4kw an madt ikik wxu9u mmjj imliimmtw ww ^ip«'i impolicy and folly «£ Bat for the ac- complishment of * present fanatical purpose, they seem willing to jrfeUI ail the checks which the Constitution throws aroand the Government. They offer to sell their birth-right for a mess of pottage* and the fkctthat Mr. Johnson restrains them, stamps him with a greatness which few have here- tofore attributed to him. He stands as a rock against the sur- waves of fonatieism- Confident in the justness of his coarse, he will yield to .no onslaught upon his pesi- , A. D. Button, of the New York'World. We have always read the World with satisfaction. I...

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