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

i? N1 HOUSTON TRI-WEEKLY I'ELE PH VOL XXXI NO. 126 HOUSTON, MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1865 WHOLE NO. 4574 i Written tor the Telegraph. i A Chriitau Hn*a> BY MOLLIS E. MUORK. Now, to each human heart there comet A nameless thought o holier thin**; For morning stirs, and faintly sound* A rustling as of angel-wings! * Oh blessed day! Heralded by unseen angels! Shine out alar, oh golden day. And pierce the glooms of woe and sin! —Now would that I were like the bells That ring the holy Christmas in ! Oh heart of mine! Every soul should receive a blessing! Little children! lender flowers That bloom along life's darksome way, ' Ye glow like seraphs in the light That plays around this orbed day !j Oh little darlings! Re glad because Jescs hath blest you! And wearier mortals faint with cares That come to cloud the rising morn, Inshroud your hearts, unveil your souls! lteiiiembering only "Christ is born!" Oh brothers and sisters ? Rejoice iu the birth of our Savior! Cuto this dark and stainfid ...

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

-S Editor Proprietor. ■•MlmxIkiMnflwr S3, 1866. iu ; —- A suggestion has lately been the aulgeot oi ootmderMion among the merchants of some of the Northern «ities in which oar people have gome interact. is concerning the pay- ment of ike Government debt. Large stockholders in that debt in the Northern Htates tear that when the Houtherti State* regain their po- lotion* in the TTnion, they will unite ^th thosein the North ^ho are only waiting ltn thia alliance to favor re- pudiation. And especially are they the more fearful since repudiation, on the part of the Soothern States, of t^ieir own debt has been made neces- sary to their rehabilitation. It is thought that the lesson thus taught these fttaies 'ofay Hot be lost upon them. Indeed they think it more than likely to lead to the ruin of the Northers stockholders in government stocks. And a result of this is seen in United States five per cent gold bonds feeing'worth only sixty-four cents to the dollar in the markets of the wo!rld, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

M/ REPORT 99 LlBllT. WEN. tiKANT. j Hloenni, who was in the advance, as- On the 15th, he was directed to start! the bridge across James River at this certain ing that die whole of John- j the expedition as soon alter the 20th i place, but failed. The eneuiy burned £ (Continued.) Previous to giving these instructions 1 had visited Fort Fisher, accoiupouicd by General Schofield, "lor the purpose of seeing tor myself the condition of things, and personally conferring with General Terry and Aumir&l Porter as to what was best to be done. Anticipating the arrival of General Sherman at Savannah—his army en- tirely foot-loose, Hood being then be- fore Nashville, Tennessee, the South- ern railroads destroyed, so mthat it; would take several months to re-es- tablish a through line from West to East, and regarding the capture of Lee's army as the most important operation toward closing the rebel- lion—I sent orders to General Sher- man on the Gth of December, that af- ter establishing a ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

fri-Weekly telegraph K. Editor H. CUSHDCtt, Prox>ri«tor. December 25, 1866. To-day being Christina*, there will ,V be no paper issued from this office to 4?<u ' metrow morning. !i?7 * ■ 1 m ' H A cu i We give our readet* to-day aChrist- ma* paper whicli We trust will please them. We especially commend to then the two atoriee written express- Jy for this paper, also the "Christmas Hymn," by Mollie Moore, and the ••Christmas Carol" by C. D. Noble.- These pieces are all meritorious, and mti ' we take pride in offering so good a 1 table to oar friends. tali 'jm - f'b'tit *♦! > ' M', ' ■/Jilt : <> 'f'ff ?; Hi ui\ rfo . mm* ■ (fj Christmas is a Saxon word, im- pounded of Christ and mass, and has been used for many centuries to de- signate the supposed day of Christ's birth, and also, in a broader sense, the whole twelve festival days in which this event has been celebrated in the Christian Church. It is sup- posed that this festival was first de- creed about the beginning o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

MEDICAL. DENTISTRY! fkH. KSTABROOK having loc«t<4k prnukiirittlif in , MM Galveston, tenders hi- services to the people oi. WW. A long Experience ax it BURUEON DKNTIST •arrant.* him iu saving that those who give lilnia Iriai | will not have hum to ivvwt it. Parties requiring re- quiring recommendations can obtain the «m« ou . application to hi* office. noviadAtwtfin | KOWABtl IRM. LLOYD VDIMBT INUitJl'lNBY, dbhttists. MAIN STREET. uoy 1712m HOUSTON^TKXAt. Or. LAFAYETTE YATES. 066UIIST. f8 nov itt MILLICAN, where he will remain aur- j ing the winter. nov 28d4itwlnr _ DR. C. B NUTT. Wtlo f. cn.- Q ow*'/ ' in* many year-1>-\ j lean's tt ' tv i'f a) s®rv;i'e- j 9MPK . ' Oflioe Hi Dr Hear : £ lk>' I'rHd dlo-e. iivJamii j Or. J. V. Butcher* PHYSICIAN AN1) SURGEON, ggrtjjftB Hurubnrc, Te*« . HOUSTON. BRAS ! BRAN! BRAN ! K. K. WELLHfr COM. Fancy tirocerie* ' COK CHRISTMAS >:. K. WICLT.B 4. FULL STOCK 15 RY OOO X>m* AT L. K. WKUJS 4- <«t& smir SVV.tR tcort't:*: K. K. WK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

m wm pp h <n liR :'l Proprietor 186*. 5>frri ),'/ W; r- To-day being Christmas, there will be no paper issued ft m this office to- rn .mid We ! « nwjtatterwhtoh *e;triist*l?ipBaaii them. We especially comment,,to 1SS tkew tbe jtwo storios written express for this paper, also the "Christmas Hymn," fcf MoHie Hedfe, and the 4,Carol"byC. fc.Nohle.-~ all meritorious, and feartSil we take pride in offfarfo* so good a 4m jt table to tar friends. ;* •{•'V'1'?. (SO'-.I ' '■*«* -~ri " " Chrirtnw is a SaxoU word, com- pounded Of Christ and mass, and ha* been used for matiy centuries to de- mm the supposed day of Christ's birth, and alio, in a broader sense, the whole twelve festival days in which this event jias been celebrated f in the Christian Church. It is sup- f pC wed that this festival was first de : ' creed about the ond century At first in different places a different day was devoted to the festival, the * v Eastern eburChes celebrating it'in Aprfl orMay. In the fourth century P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

BOUSTOH. . DEXTISTRYA Tm «. A lang Experience a# a SURGEON DKNTINT mrranta him la saying that tbow who give hhuttral wiUnotkar* causa to regret it. Partto requiring re-. Wrhiy yyoBlBym^tioPn cau obtain the «w on W_1 kdwaTtTiho. luto nvimmr \ • ; >• , ' itw fttf " (NO & (jUlNBY SEP lift 8A0DLERY AS A SPECIALITY I lj oiitv !0- ■ i M, | ; -iff itiiri '■* .tjrtri'Mft1 ■ i «<*;' i m■«•.,• '•••' fj'rfldfSH!"!.*) 1 ' 'in. ify A. S. AMBLER A CO. • it! tit n « !<1 • - f•«.;.* •+ itit i • <iil i-'iui;. >i' OH NT I T MAIM STBBBS. fi j • ▲X3X>Z*W norlUim HOUSTON, TKXAf. >/« i li'i.'O / , •MM., t. ■ kUtUlf . <• • " . ' fMI<- iffljfn*!' • V- ■ ' _ _ .. mi* r#rji#>i *vt^ut llr. LAFAYETTE YATES. r} rroi A/flCMWMk * ah m up st A-JW *>.; " W yB ywitMILLICAW, where be willjfwinaiu <iur- norlttfctwlm* itn DB C- a N0TT. x tfCir*a nicf ' in* wisjiy ye*r ti. v ■tffMiW ▼¥ mm, .Sr.. - Vi mom JDWf MMfer . ■ m <W>< «t Pr. H«-ar I * 0o> lf«l« Mtorr. ovJNUu ■ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

(WrMMferthrTMNrrMfc.; IjEOEND OP GOLIAD. *r *./.t. MrfK. in Deoemtor, A. D. 18-—, I found myself in the beanti- lui ■Utoim that M the Spanish day® long gone, ■fen n religious exhalation around the Cathedral and took its name from the tMChurck of Goliad. Never had my eyes rested upoii a jgpnft more lovely. The clear bright wateni of the Ban Antonio flowing through a chain of hills that seemed doubly beautiful in the striking con- trast toey presented to the wide green ■rairies from whose plains they roBe. The quaint old town lying on either die, the left bank boasting of the Placa and the Mission of San Rosa ife, while on the western side high m en its lofty hill, the old fortified Cinrch of Ooliad with its massive ,t its watch towers and its belfry, up grey and grand in the.blue l Every line was sharply cut MEaisst crimson glare that lighted t&esetting sun as he sank behind the nle woods, whose borders seemed te dear atmosphere aa though they were near enough for us to Mtch the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

LAWYER, . **"' HOUSTON, TEXAS. J. w. stone; tTTORNEY AT LAW, CHAfflU, HILL—TKXA&. qgpeoiai attention given to collections. ooiadflm J. W, OLIVER, AfTORNEY k COUNSELLOR AT LAW ▼AN ALSTYNI'S BUILDING, Main Mi., H< teJjsV0011*!8* ff 1Urri ' GaWes- «ta32M£ MSsrsL^ss^ W. 1). SCHOOLFIELD, Itt'orney at Xi*w, HOUSTON, TEXAS. WTIOS-Recorder's Office. 0<m crew ftt. novitd6m D. U. BARZIZA, v T TORNEY A T JL A W ▲JOD , Oeneral Laud Agent, HOUSTON, Tbxa«. ULTII'li ALSO continue to Attend the Distric w w Courts in Brazos and Robertson Counties. 100,000 Acre* of Land for Sale! Will Hell and rent lttndg, furniHli descriptive pints, lamine titled, Ito. Opficb—3d story In Van Alstyne's Buildiuff, Main _ oct5 dfctw3iE M A .' u O O I_ h; Y X awyer, OFFICE AT THE DANISH CONSULATE, !<io. 9, \3NlttN street, Kep23<!6m \ f\W ORLKAN8. SI. 'V IUKEB, j s C0AI>W1(1S Attorn- y ut L-w. BAKES & CHADWICK, GrJKNEKA1, AOENOY Collect', rt 0 >rr * • '. ■•«€• . «'M a. i-'PKi. *„ * t j Count Tex...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

\ ; fiMftfUgSrifgrapli Hmtoi, December 23, 1866. " 'K REPORT OF LIEUT. GE9. GRANT. (Concluded.) Totkto 1 Um#6sl ly replied: April 8, 1866. Ounu:—Y«ur sole of ImL evening, in mlj (o mine of Mine dale, Mking the condition on whioh I will neeept Ibe ear. > reader of tbe army of Northern Virginia, ia Just ree*Wed. la repij, I would say that peace being my great desire, there la bat one oondition I would ineist upon namely, that tbe men and officers surren- dered shonld be disqualified for taking up arms again agaioat the government of the United Statea until properly exchanged. I will meet you, or will designate officer* to nest nay officers you may name for the game purpose, at aay point agreeable to you, for the purpoee of arranging definitely the terma upon which tbe surrender of the army of northern Virginia will be re« solved. U. 8. GRANT, LieutenantfOeneral General R. K Lee. Marly la the morning the pursuit wa« resumed. General Meade followed north ef the Appomatto- >ad Gene...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

I ^ie CJit V. | Mr. E. Mather, formerly with T W 1 • ■ — House, has established a wholesale dry gooda Christmas—How different this day I and grocery store on Main street, near th« ¥ "eems from the Christinas of one year ago. Then we heard of nothing but war. and the newspapers w«re filled with accounts of battles, skirmishes nud t>iege . Day after ■'ay the sickening new* of a battle was read, and tears fell thick anc fast as the name of some loved father, brother, or lover was seen in the lists of killed aud wounded. It seem- ed that humanity had become callous to the wants and sufferings of their tellow man, and rejoiced to have the slaughter continue. War, with >ts blighting effects, could be seen on every hand. Schools were closed and churches tumbling down for want of re- pairs, and ruin aud desolation threatening the whole country, caused by the unfaith* fulness of their leaders. But now what a change ! We see prosperity on every hand and those we looked upon for four lon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

graph BMBkr 28, 1811. HFOBT OF LIEUT. GEN. fiiAHT. flittg li Tottfc , iCoueluded.) r i. ^ * ■ " i " m m ttaM&tolyrtpll T ttflM: April 8, 1806. i-Yoir mm of laai roaiftf, to mine if nm ten, iddif the i on wklefc I will Metpt Ik* nr- of the army of Northerm Virginia. -aKrtt.^'AX: ■ k«t «M ooadltioa I would Jntiat npo jt UuU the bob sad offioors sarroa- darad should bo diaqaalifiod for taking up arma again agaioat the goTiraneot of the Halted Slate* uati] properly exchanged. 1 will ae*t you, or will dealgnate offioer* to Met anj officers jou aiaj aame for the taate purpose, at aay point agreeable lo jou, for the purpose of arranging definitely Ike term upon wkioh the surrender of the ef northern Virginia will be re« U. 8. GRANT, Lleutoaaat^Qeneral General R. K Lee. , Mnrlytn the morning the pur-uit wa issuiaed. General Meade followed north ef the AppoieatMx, and Qeaeral Sheridan, wltli all the eavalxj, pushed straight for Awiawtoi Station, followed by G*aeral Ord's eoassaad aad the...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

T f- 6 Tbue City. Christmas.—How different this day seems from the Christmas of one year ago. Then we heard of nothing but war, and the newspapers wrs filled with accounts of battles, skirmishes aod siegem. Day after day the sickening news of a battle wasraad, And tesrs fell thick and fast as the name of some loved father, brother, or lover was seen in the lists of killed and wounded. It seem- ed that humanity had become callous to the wants and Bufferings of their fellow man, and rejoiced to have the daughter continue. War, with ts blighting effects, could be seen on every hand. Schools were closed and churches tumbling down for want of re- pairs, and ruin and desolation threatening the whole country, caused by the unfaith* fulness of their leaders. Bat now what a change ! We see prosperity on every hand and those we looked upon for foar long years as our mortal enemies, can now be saen in onr midst, and those who fought them the hardest with their tongues, bnt who took good care n...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

Hii principally, for the defence of Rich- mond. Preparations may be niatle for abandoning all the line north of the James, except eneloned works—only to be abandoned however, after a break is made in the lines of the ! 23 right wing of the 5th corps, after the latter reaching Dinwiddie Court House. Move your cavalry at jw early an hour as you can, and without being confined to any' particular road or roads. You may go out by the nearest roads in rear of the 5th corpf, • :" ~ pass by its left and passing near or 2Sfc can. It is not the intention to attack the enemy in bis intrenched jiositiou, but to force liiin out, if possible.— Should he come out and attack us, or get himself where he can be attacked, move in with your entire force in your own way, and with the full re- liance that the anny will engage or follow, as circumstances will dictate I shall be on the field and will proba- bly be able to communicate with you Should I not do so and you find that the enemy keeps within his ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

The Citv. The State vs. Mr. J. S. Vande Graffs, idicted for an assault with intent to kill [r. John Richardson, of New Orleans, was •ied before the District Caurt on Thursday, he State was ably represented by Judge hompson, of Galveston; and the defence 'as conducted by Gov. Henderson, Judge rosby, and Hon. George Mason. The jury fter due deliberation, returned a verdict ot [ot Guilty. Mr. C. N. Bean, the well known icluburg photographer, has lately removed this city, and established a gallery on tie oorner of Main and Preston streets. He as a wide-spread reputation for the excel- jnce of his pictures, and can give satisfac- ion to all his customers. Persons desiring o view well executed photographs should all at hie rooms and judge for themselves. — W. Clark, on Main street, has just eceived another large consignment of la- ies' furnishing goods, an J is ready to give ;ood bargains to his customers. The ladies hould call and examine the stock. — We learn that the Washington coun- y...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 25 December 1865

; || I fr.^ T I i 14 •,. MB # rVrtttM for fee Tele*ra#h.) a Cbriatmaa OaroJ. •r o. s. *o li. 71. hill «w Witt, with The ekr «M white wtth aUt Which down the hkkWn devthflof heave*. BalHMfleraof ehlataw here; tod the «h«h«rd dreamed that eweetlr Their emle crew clean fan* aaam. jl nuh «ad wfaaow of tmutaal vta<* miirrt in-r-1 *" -—t*-t — The nil* «wwwmAw. Melody ev-vadlaf to rlwlin# rta«e Throo«h the mMftlght air around. Andeaeh rtargwwto an amel'e fcee. And tlwruyleAtfkneae fled Sbow«ra«hr<hMtof pelm-llke Mm Trtwi the «Btierto. aiwel* ebed. 0, dad to that aferry apeerel, low v*m wm «Wr lou«- «o earol< t echoed; and moanted, and erread !— •That* Jew #l<w*flpe«nM on* Lord above. New vtottoeMbttd*for mortal*; Im ifw Mi Uw> world grow* light with lor* Poured Wide from heaven'* portal*. Trota ontita wtee to golden hllaa • the wort# la vakened hr Ood'a Mm t And «Ul^it ecboe* ^own the year* In every happy tound. • In pleasare'apalw, to lau* hter-eheere, And evM dkmntpaeelone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

f0r \ k VOL Whbmo* STOJN TRI-WEEKi. I Jju, EL&Cf HOUSTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1S65 k M. REICHMAN & CO., QKIOJIta WHOM jl AUCTION & COMMISSION ■*i 3 RT.a Vj i A M .nERCHAJVTS. * O IT STON, TEXAS- ■ . t * <•'. «' ABB ORBPABBD TO ICR ADVANCES ON *9" ) WHOLE NO, 4tl7,5 [■Written far the Uouiiton Teleerapli.l AN AFTERNOON'S JfAP, * ob; Ik ' iii; Fire Hundred YearsAhead.. >-Mailt J J lilj *.; • i '/ «•! • 1 yf-ivii BY A. H. MOHL. • ~'y (CONTINUED.) :piionroa^ssoa. CONSIGNMENTS OF MERCHANDISE '-V f '"M ■V i S& Of all kinds. *? !/« 2TT« W&tiL Ztrrjjft ''Ami tins came from spirit rapping. Well, I uover would thdught that humbug could have brought good to the human race," said Langsehlaf, musingly. .w '• 'And now," said the Professor, rising, " let's promenade. This is the very time to walk,j we will meet the beauty and elegaf^Jpf our part of the globe at this houv I, " There was a J lay crowd on the street when theyWntered it, and Mr. Langsehlaf rerna ,ed that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

ST NEW ?iug no impel* lMHued froiu tliin office to-da.v, and having obtained the following news in advance, we • publish it in the fortii of an extra. Washington, December 19.—The recognition of Alabama by the Pre- trident has astonished the Radicals, whofoetibdt they must now also rec nizethat State or assume an attiti directly antagonistic to that of the Executive* * Lively time* are at hand. * f* Weaker Colfax presented the ere- denrfais of the Alabama delegation in Abe House this morning, which were returned without debate to the Committee -on Reconstruction. ?he President lias sent a message to Congress, enclosing a report of Gen- eral Grant on the Southern States, h completely overthrows the m, circulated about disorgani a and misrule there. • Executive has given good rea sons for reconstruction, and Congress , now think it difficult to oppose rASHiNOTON, December 21.—Mr. Stunner, in replying to Dixon, said his charge of white-washing referred to a document accompanying the Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

tr* HOU8TOJC. " w. LiWKKHO* a. i~ mil,* LAWRENCE A STEELE, ■: •«, REAL ESTATE A&ENT8, ... HOUSTON, if-w «WJ *t ' ■ ' ' • ■ ' "* : W__ _ . • tlAI v *ti Wit* \ Il'L g}v« attention to Urn mftMi aad salt of Real imtMX*. BhiUmmim aur (u aa hoi UiroughouttlMltX-amTSiSSriwri DmS « «•. ««• .Oil unn " ;«v.fc l .•<-■.« •- a j Office, novSdtf 1U ^ • S«J• .< TI . IMiiliMll A^apsai?aR32SM; luuida, as me Murt daily appUeat tans tor tin 1« fci), .11 H. UWKINOB has m wHHtmefc the LhM'WMiMm arl give .vajaable intorpatlw Jo aU •AAliX£W!o f .ATiUW )< kTNAH3R2M «0iaMMM03 JM0M3S | LOOM TLMM..'. hOttih lit! X VllMS 1. PaSSTOS and can give valuable inlort wish ta settle lathe «omrtry.' 11 We have a lamia 4aa&titv of1 ehasers wouM consult their inte rssUj-i. risfrie ;ti '-.1 itlan XlmrtTMh > < W* ksop Book for Bntrrfa*1 Prtjfl hands for aals ar root, far Whigft w#e dollar par entry. Plot* of Surrey*—I ?ance and dispatch. nov9dtf '< PleAS., TTftimiA A Qflt, fM e .*KR ™ ' ™ «r nwjij...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Houston Tri-Weekly Telegraph — 27 December 1865

. / Jri-^eckliifcirqrijih £. U. CC&HDTtt, :t Editer a.n<l Proprietor. Houston, December 27, 1865. m qnectioti, "Ha* President John- . mo a policy!" forces itself nponthe nrild, th« difficulty MKwornyg it gr^ws greater daily. We believe be ia aetwrted by Ope gwat derive.*! '.fettthe Southern State* Into theTTriiofc in tfcte qtfQynent of all ttveir former political right# as speedily as possible., This is U «kject. Bat that he 'has a tosd pdky. other than to uae-eircum-: stances as they arise in this matter, we oomiderSbiy donbt,«od these who hak apou lxM so-called policy, are liable to Mud ^themselves deceived. Mr. Johnson occupies the position ot being strong with the people, but having the confidence qtf, And giving his confidence to no party. It iseven Muted thathei* nbt understood by hj^cabinqt. Hence there have appear- ed.on the political field waueurre#, during the last six months, which we, *$,£h# ^uth, did not entirely pee. the Bi^Aificance of. A series of Hank movemen...

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