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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1865

The Citv. I ♦ Extortion.—If any of our country readers doubt the extortionate prices charged by the market men of this city, they have only to visit "rat harbor," to be convinced of the truth. We find a nice display of tempting fruits and vegetables spread out before us, and are about to make a purchase. We take a liking to some Irish potatoes and enquire the price, "twenty-five cents spe- cie," is the reply. The pile contains about seven or eight middling sized specimens, which would not do for a hearty Paddy's breakfast. Next we come to a pile of onions, (about a handful,) and the price is also twenty-five cents. Next a pile of sweet po- tatoes, which would not do for the dinner of a small family, and twenty-five cents is the price. Next, three egg plants, price twenty-five cents, and the prices of all other articles in the same proportion. Now what is the cause of these extortionate prices? Is the expense of their culture greater than in the neighborhood of New Orleans or she nor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1865

When we My lk'B 99 mean 'l 'or f*ery* bX The politician, the pritaie citixen, (be plMter, ffe land owner, .he merchant, the lawyer doctor, school teacher, me- chanic. ao4 day laborer, are all ahke iu- tereated, and will ,!>• beneiaed by I'- Acd Ihere i *0 but*J l may do aouMthlpf oue article 10 tlalwrate and i'uiuu tiair ihe adviiiiiagns to arise, by pursuing iho course here suggested; nor indeed is it necFSSitvy, for tbey will naturally occur to any one reflecting upon the pubjeot. It may be thought by tome that it will take too loner, to accomplish anything in this *w y. Not eo; see what has been accom- plished in the Northwest within a very few ik.fi lfl no UBV UUVWIW •••/ ^ . . — — towards turning the tide of emigration to year8. The same enterprise upon the part * ■ a m ai iki t111I ft 11 n if a ft 11 f ' AtiUana will u^niTinliiih rnnoh mrtra our State. The commerotal, planting and laboring institutions of the entire Untied States, are now being revolutionized, a< well as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

THKKt)r STONTRI- WE E K L7~ ^ VOL XXXI NO. 84 HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, HOUSTON. AddrcM lo ihr> IVopir of" Tcxm ) M. EEICHMAN & CO. AUCTION AND " Houston, Texas. W'nvUD TO MAKB ADVA1ICE8 Oil CONSIGNMENT Of all Klsit ol MERCHANDISE oneeile Produce alwan n a nod. TO KXOHAXOB rom HWdise and Western Produce, ATI Consignments can be mads to na direct. at GALVESTON, where we hive u attentive Agent and ample Store Boom, to take choree of inch Good* Having 0>nstgnaro the nsaat oommUalon charges at Oalveston. Refer to aoy leading home tn Qjfteetoo and Houston. X. REICH KAN & Co., July 8-dly. Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE M. REICHMAN & CO. WILL BILL 05 Wednesday, Sept. 201b, 1865, AT9X O'CLOCK, A.M. A laree assortment of GROCERIE DRY GOODS BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, &0. Jest wKiH m ateenera «HaO" and - Daniel wsteter," turn Howaimuo. «0 boxes Virginia TMMOOO, i00 belts Uaf TOBAOOa. Executive Orfirr. ) City of Austin, Sept. 11. J >(.. . f Fbi.low Citizkks; It is now ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

HOUSTON. SEPTEMBER 18Jjg lAttec aad HOUSTON TKLEG1APH. to vabttb*! D*Uj. BteBE==- "Sf&sjSssst^s^— ^ prt* wJ2^LTTl« er«WlB« • fW Tai-***^ ||. CM. i«. U «jo oo 4K ^ ^ t * ni « *"T5 **j>pX%y ia «n .!&- tie . f„ Agtto Id vefw . "m. . _ , | | 1 :<er C*'; All i ym v Inserted at • lees charge t£*i la til hi paper, without the will be published is th vtJ, ,und in tkr history of the g t «• rebellion." The<5ondoctof"bicb wo *P«k is «n- fii*<l almost exctoeiToly to those who re u deeply implicated in *e "rebellion as any of a*. It makes no lifference wht a man believed about the r*ht or the pdcy of secession; the Southern ftople, as a mss, east in their fortunes with ftp Cbnfedercy, and would have rejoiced witjoj anspek- able at its success. Even it Hne a the South did doubt the right ei th policy of secession, hardly one believed itbe oppo- site doctrine of the right of c«eion. All 'uch subterfuges, therefore, ire illacious unworthy. Even if there wa tme log- ic*' ground f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

V . « Kill. But what becomes of the rain ? Would thai I could answer tjis tjuesuou satisfac- torily. We all uudcibtanil the general theory of the aqueous circulation, but the deepest philosophy and the keenest science are not able to fathom its details or to comprebend in their fullness the world of woudertul adaptations which the question unfolds. We all know that the drops of rain percolate through the "oil, and col- lect in natural reservoirs formed between the layers of rock, and that these reser Toirs supply the springs. The rills from numerous adjacent spring* unite to form a brook, which increases as it Hows, until it finally beoomes the majestlo river, rolling silently on its oourse. Every drop of that water has been an incessant wanderer since the dawn of creation, and it will soon be merged again in the vast ocean, only to begin anew its familiar journey. If you would gain an idea of the mag- nitude and extent of this wonderful circu- lation you must bring together in imag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

fTOm l'aKr ) and /atriotio men know what they meant, m4 the juat iaport y^^ftnguage they employed, as well l' vs late jeara aiigm-mt^^^^B ''old fo- gieaf' I acceptii^^^^^Vltifion the people of ibe aevera^^^^^pe repreaeo- ted by legulaiurea ; baHmiot of aeoep- Unoe waa that of the people who thereby , their own actf incorporated of all the ore^pBiatea ae- i hereby one oaii^liiy one government I^Hrc- LtMMfli w n ane d entered the Union ili did sot bargain .with the aaveral Stain compo- sing it. ' She bargained direoily with the whole people of tbe Do ton. She went to the Congreea of the United States, the on- ly power or authority tbat could not politi- cally for the people there repreaented; and the question of annexation on the part of the United. Statea, wae determined by the najonty of the aggregate representa- tion ot the United Statea. If the entire representation from New York, or Iny oth- Cr one State, had Toted againat the annex- ation proposition, still the people of aaoh St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

( The Citv. —— The Military authorities arrested a inau in this city, on Monday, who is charged with preteudiug to be.a government agent and empowered to give titles to parties hav- ing mules and horses in their possession which formerly belonged to the Couf< derate Government. He is now in safe quarters, and will have to explain the matter satis- factorily to a Miliary Commission, as to where he received his authority to swindle Uncle Sam aud the confiding people. The Provost Marshal General of this district informs us. that there are seve- ral parties traveling through the country, and who represent themselves to be govern - ment «gents, and empowered to give titles for government property, Ac. He pro- nounces all euch men as being scoundrels, and have no authority whatever to interfere with government property, aud calls upon all citizens to arrest aud turn over to the nearest Provost Marshal, all persons who are found doing this business. We trust our country readers will be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

IrMftfeefelgfeUgtaph Agents for the Telegraph. Ifcan—Ttnli m ooranMcrlbars. we publ/sta Sf2t«if iMbtotUi rocsiptaof any of whom art 1-MMlHigjjM, ; MSrot - ^ Bowm Sn. w a Donor :::.:~rr^Aoiw^n .J Makslc 7 Spurgln Horrible Airoeiiyj la l llo *«rl—A Father | ithaa uprooted all the ancient landmark m4 rear (•••■ likiwuir ■■tchor«4. | and tine-honored principles of the country, J and razed the very foundation# of the Pros tt it Leu Is Repabllean of lbs Slat alt. _ (Jonatifcition itself. But by so doing, it has StolMKSSKrryig^ s£?.tesr.—J*"iiKSS • iton Orook.®8*- <rtt. Houston Bboa.Ootorada..-—- =« itttewi roll, Aprlaeoa... W II Tor lor J V Jenkins .1 W Courtney i.Tftlir — J £l* W U Tisrver . Navarro ®-r:r=>Jss,. ZZ±ZF&VShm .0 H P Bosnian imMtone .. - iWui ftoerk ffiiVrtr^ 1 * Head moo •Tin*. fayette. 1llo, Coryalle...—•« Salvestoo, OalTeaton SSBTfc^—•• HaaUvllle, Wallisr ■ HaUoUTlllo. Utimu— gaUnt KarDM..M.HH Independence, Wm ... D O Gregory Wm. H. Kin*. LabadleABarstow -Gilber...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

4 < The City. We have received many letters from our country friends informing us that tbey will oome here shortly and buy their fall and winter stocks of good*. They can purohase their goods here, nearly as cheaply as in New Orleans, and there are several large importing houses that can order any kind of goods not now in this market, and all customers can be suited. Our merchants are enterprising men and will give satisfaction to all who may favor them with their patronage. ^ mem m Wants.—"Man wants but little here below, nor wants that little long," but we see evidences every day in Houston, that man wants a great deal—in fact, his wants it seems are never supplied. Same want a wife—some want fame—others, a high sounding title—others again want patriot- ism, riches, and other extravagant wants. The local wants items to fill his column— the printer copy—the editor a subject to write on—the doctor practice—the lawyer ditto—the whisky-sellers practitioners at his bar, and the merc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 20 September 1865

®(i-9WccUta® clqitajih HOUSTON. 8EFTEMBER 10, 1865. K. H C0MI4O. WltT an! Propnaw HOUSTON TELEGRAPH. ' U pnb'Utirl l>aily. lii-Weanty ud Weekly. Tirn •< MihwrlHlM m u. •*. 31 SO....* 60 M . l« Til* Weakly I 00 W M |J Weokly 74 «0 • • 411 rJBbacrttiUoli* aimjoUlMBeU *1 tu« tJOd «f tu lute paid lor w>to/<aeei>eetal«fran«em. nU w* mtdt vmrma mf AdrtrtUlM i IN III MILT ill TU'WOKLI. IT. IW. I* i,tu tin*. Uc ~~Ma H.J0 , h «■* tki<«ui1i. *« inu tin*.. Me 110c W *t «s W TH* fvBH. _ ' P« A« U >1M Mc Ad«ertUlu«. wtlh Ibe privilege Of da|<y Ch o«f. 6 Mr cant, actional to above prtcee. P-*fhoprf l Si* of irl'WMklr eba'«*, H nw ctut oddtUooal. Alt ufvartMni t* iiUitll In utfinM for UlttlBJcon- Srartediter, auto*twocUl owtofaUndms U&#* to the "ftoft&wtiaomoou will b* tnaerted at a leaecbar« ^d^ttooaoBUordy^ ft* ■dittos Mu ullwl. will bo pwufcoa u in j^fiSwSSSSHH&aS lor now advertlaoineiitedallv. . i /I^SC^WiS ISS,« &T£ iSS letV*«?et the o£?2 taWUheSTi'itSo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

VOL XXXI WO. 85 NEW ORLEANS. THE HOUSTON TRT.WT!P!¥T.Y XE HOUSTON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBEU 92, 1865 HOUSTON. HOUSTON. '•"In iieB HAKLOW J. PHELPS & CO., Cotton Factor* and General COMMISSION MERCHANTS 142 GBAVIER STREET. Between Camp and St Charles 8:teet.s NEW ORLEANS. I WILL make liberal Cash advances on COTTON WOOL or other cooxlgQment*, for bhlpuit at to the above Arm, or their correspondents In other market*. Houston. Anglic 22 A" o. GUIIZIETT, COTTON FACTOR AND I Bm resumed business at Not !33 NATCHEZ STREET. 1 „ NEW ORLEANS. J ^V*10 Antonio. Tesm, jambs uonegal,, (Successor to Woodman A Bemeut ) (IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER DRVG-8. . Common,A.Mag«zIrie Bta. NEWOHLEANg in Cor. Co goly 10 J. O. MOREY, Traveling Agent In Texas! nIW ORLEANS TRUE DELTA. : ( I E. R. WELLS & CO., 'Agents for the State of Texas, q . . HOUSTON, TEXAS. ..?5bfr!??t,onaJ,niJ A ivertlsemtntg will be promptly attended to, and papers forwarded by Expresa until mail communication Is opened. TERMS: per an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

-—-v-_ t umA ( *- *« U0V8T0H. SEPTEUBERJI S. H. gg HOUSTON telegb.ATH. to T f«" •« in. ^ ti *.'...-* ttne paid *T >^TirO> ( • ,< «*■ Wtt' *" « «ft ££ r* . JifcJ&W* %&&&££*£ * " * ir cent, *ddtUoD«l to j.t .irM"„_ eh tnnertW <1 Of trl-weekly cb*- If, B n« wdCHP.huinn rwtWiHI I* oayat.le I'' advance for U traj-J*! About ££ZU"■ •"-*' I-ta Z work before ., the tlie real wor* u®""" .' _ „ „i,;„h pan- 101 or tne ivtcnmuuu PreakWnt* policy, obedience to.which tawltoWe. The Bulletin finds a , h. aTOided, there « no difference, or tfae acqui8.tion 0f Mexico, ei °°„nndg of difference. The whole State bypurcha8e • .J- u*A anUipr tr groand* C.C^°™"y,rh' -.ginal Mce«i<mi.t ought not only to praetieally gi« up .eceselon, but to come LT and « y ** il WM *11 *r0ng' Zi that he repen.a of it. The .eces- nut on the other hand, might ««..«.« « ot;ui, U." h« tiooH that emancipated elates be placed on akind of negro reservation, somewhere in tbe cotton StaUs. Where to find ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

< 1 «•> In-^MgMgvapb 1 merits for the Telegraph. From th« Shr.ve,. 9% BoBu *. tem. The Bureau. ■ *, f he Court. j U. S. rs. Jamks I. Weems. The defendant appeared in oourt. Infoi- maiion by Capt. R C. Berry, provost maf- L%st Saturday, vague rumors reached ! sha! of bossier parish, Louisiana. this oity that the judge, sheriff, district I Charge.—Violation of paragraph 7, of iut'nf'.MiiTenience ot onrsuMcrtber*. weVoW/rt j altoru®y audjury of the i)ih judicial dis- j circular No. 5, dated Washington, May '•lid «t ttie r®«*lpt, of "uy°f wtiom ara I trict, then in session at Bsllevue, Bossier j 80ih, 18G3, issued by General 0. 0. Hov- iSd^Lo?a%untr, M M Gr nt fie..?mnni «*-••••- J * Bu«geM N Gilbert g®",0.™' G M Coursey ftlJ - W u D nny Jonhaaj Finff.lf.'i* ~T°A Orwell ii??.' ??_"• •••• N spurgin met, Burnet. Tarver Unwnt.Gonsaies."" rNvioum. Benharu, Washington'"'""' k r Ot^too. DeWtt Co... "7,. H a nZ8?, ChBnen^lu^vvlihV' -"••••••w * BwMn Oo rMe DeWu non W u saitec:rdfiast Oo.d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

, / S. H. CTJfHIIG, Editor and Pwprwwr. HOUSTON. 8EPTEMBER SI,'1885. Wa do not believe we can too stronglj urge upon the people of ttiis State, of all py^ln shades If opinion, that all dis- coMions of politioal questions, outside of 4hoM embraoed in the President's polioj of State rectoratlon, are more than useless. Thej are produotive of positive harm. Whatever stay In the views of Southern nen it regard to that polioj, It is thought l>y a large and powerful party, now in pos- eession of the prlnoipal power and patron- •gt of the Government, to be extremely liberal; so muoh so, indeed, that the Pres- ident Is already incurring n most strenuous opposition from some of the most promi- ; f j nent leaders of this same party. There ie BO hope that the Preeident ©an or will change this policy, so as in the least degree to make it more favorable to the Pooth. What, then, is the use to enter- tain and discuss propositions and hopes which, in the very nature of the case, there is not the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

Citv. The GOVERNMENT. NEW YORK. HOUSTON. The trunk taken from the room of Col. Manly Tuesday night, was fouud Wednesday evening and delivered to the Mayor, it Lad beeu broken open and overhauled, but few aiticlea were t ken. The Colonel hat obtttiueJ possession of his properly again. This is the second time he has been robbed within the past week. The thieves always make a poor haul when they try a lbwyei 's office, for nearly all oar lawyers lie flat broke now a days. ■ A trunk filled with clothing was found near the residenoe of Ed. Riordan, in the 31 ward, hid in the bushes. It had been stolen and broken open and then thrown there'. It proved to belong to Mr. Leffler, and had been stolen from his house. We have heard of various thefts in many portions of the. city, and have not heard ot a single arrest thus far. We live in a great age when thieves and burglars can do as they please. We hope this state of affairs will not always remain. —- Recorder Ferguson had a very in- terestin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

MISCELLANEOUS. GALVESTON Ullmer Ltiur lw J > A Hob. John A. Gilmer, ot north c*r°Hn , u, nubllahed a letter in vindication of *i poiucal cour e, concluding m 1 tot wgaed and remonstrated against the war, and endeavored to avert the con- ■eqwnoea, and the only regret I ba thS, it that ao veiy few came then to mjr •Miin aeason,) eitUer^nj , •# f When the country waa and ally committed to the war I venturea wh« i ~-=«"d"S,d be tht conwqnencea if eonaueat ensned. for thm war, before God and "V®0"" In my conscience and in my aoul, ^TTiiabringsme to the point in "bicb you frss&szs'J: ^rernmenrfc- , f_r tj,e state Governmen , ■i jraaeailjr done, and on the foreL We are powerless. We are in a state of submission. I have yielded—and in a manner satisfactory to my slaves, and to the government, I trust—to the emancipa- tionrequired. True, T Aould have prefer- red other terms. But to talk of these now is useless and out of place, and in my opin- ion it is unwise to think of or suggest a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

The Citv. bi rolars again at Work.—The burg- rs again commenced operations on Tuei- ay night. The store of Mr. William llarke, & few doors above our office was ied, and Uie rascals bad been successful removing the fastenings of the windows _ the rear of the building, when they be- ame alarmed and fled. The work was one in a very scientific manner as usual. A grocery adjoining Mr. Getcbell's .which .. as robbed a few nights ago, was entered, land a .runk taken into the yard. The pro- prietor of the store discovered the rascals, and attempted to shoot them, but the caps on his revolver snapped, and the pistol would not fire. They did not have time to open the trunk before being discovered. The j grocery store of Mr. Brittain, near the Galveston railroad depot, was tried, but the villains found the place too strong for them. The law office of Colonel Manly, near the Court House, was entered while heVras ,, sleeping, and his trunk taken into the yard # and overhauled. The room of tw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1865

mm um Pleay.oe. fit iMM-AMrieu t U«r« fc A ftw d j« M« *• n®<le4 to the rit Id| importMM of ui grett overland tele- mphlo roaU u * uu8titute for thesub- marine project which hu, «o far, failed of coneaamuion. We etoted that, even should the Atlantie eablajro*e ■aooeeeful, the overUnd route, fronmte euperier ad- vantages, would ultimately be adopted, either as a oompeting or an auxiliary en- terprise, and that, if the ooeanio plan ehouM tail, the other would be our only recourse for the establishment of tele- graphic communication between the two continents. Since that article was written, the at- tempt to lay the At lautio cable has again proved a failure, and we therefore now look with lastly augmented Interest to the only plan whieh Is demonstrably feasible. Teis plan, It is gratifying to know, is in 4 fair way accomplishment. The prox- imity of the scene of the sub-marine pro- ject, and our intimate relations with the country irhloh bad it under patronage, had prevented attent...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 September 1865

i t THE HOUSTON VOL XXXI HO. si; i RI-YV HOUSTON. S. E. LOEB & CO. 1! M. BEICHMAN & CO. it nm ii CORNER OF Main and Commerce, HOUSTON. Havius secured the large and commodious Ware- bouses of Messrs. en ma & Co., we take pleasure Id Informing our friends and the public lb general ibat we are prepared to receive CONS1UNMENTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Will attend to RECEIVING AND FORWARDING UPON THE CAS 11 8V81'KM. Special attention paid to CON8IONMENT8 OF COTTON, WOOL, and PRODUCE to k« feral. ■Wf Give ns a call. « S. B. ZjOHB efts Oo. August 24.1865. d4m Dwelling house on mun street FOE HA LE,—I will seil my house and ljt ou {lain street, o| -oslte Headquarters. The lot Is a corner lot, wltii J veiling bouse, kltcheo, ss't vents ),ou- . larxe cistern, stable, Ac., Ac., aud Is situated on tlie aoper cotuer of the second block nbovu tbe OM Cspl loi, rat oo tbe opposite aide of tbe street: En , jire ul me at .ny offlae or at my res'dence. gfcpt'il U3w C. B. SABIN. fabj. Commissio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 September 1865

IV ffnrn*'**- - mWecttgWeltgtaph '*. H. CTJSHIHO, Editor and Proprietor. HOUSTON. 8EPTEMBER 23, 1865. • < Ve bin been led to entertain a faint fear that tuch a thing might ooenr as an attempt to torn a party ia thia State in opposition to the administration and poli- cy of President Johnson. We have no idea that inch a thing will be openly and nomi- nally done. What we fear ia, a series of manoeuvres; a faint, diluted, set of sen- timent*, gradually growing stronger; all AettUfydly m favor of the Government, but flatly Intended to operate against the poli- cy of iha President. Such a danger is one that the people of Texas should be fore- warned against. It will, whenever it oc- • ours, cause the whole oensurq and odium wttwllag auch .a movement to fall upon the head# of those who least intend tuch a thing—namely: those who have been . <o«naectad with the rebellion, and who hne no intentions but those of loyalty to " ihe Government. All careless expressions «f sentiment, all th...

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