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Can you tell what the Guerrillas are artery It Issaldthat straws Indicate the course or the wind. In the first column and the first page of the Galveston Weekly Civilian of date June -1st Gen 3am Houston Is announced as a candidate for Governor and in tbe third column of the same page close proximity the claim of the Cherokees of tbe Bowles Tribe against the State of Texas is very ably written and forcibly set forth.
The author of tbe Cherokee Claim vho writes overthesignatureof Equity and who is doubtless a very just man and who comes endorsed by the Civilian as a gentleman of high character as a lawyer and a Jurist and who the Civilian says is la possession of the t lews of the Indians and speaks probably by authority talks very much like Old Sam used to talk in olden times ; but whether he be tbe author of the article or not the sentiments are his unless he has changed very much since the days of yore.
We arc told by this man of Jastlcc. That the Cherokees or the Eowlcs Tribe are nor a small and feeble remnant ot people residing In Arkansas where they took shelter after their expulsion from Texas that they are in straightened circumstances ; tliat Bowles and his head menjilways asserted their iirvaiwa.
A tag no dooni wise discourse tBere with the unoffend- mg red-sUns. The military operations of the Govern- ment were necessarily wanting in that unity of pur- pose and concert of action which can only be sccur.
Hence disast- ers followed and multiplied. Duval and many others as brave and chivalrous -men as ever lived perished In the contest.
Tbe prognss of the Invad- ers was cheeked at a dreadful cut It Istrne but still it was cheeked. Editors I ask what docs all this mean?
Tbe history of Gen. Houston's public acts without rererence to his private life sufficiently discloses bis attachment to the Indian Tbe llecord shows that he was la his favorite element of uscTnlness when the famous Bowles Treaty was made.
The treaty Itself discloses fully whose Interests he desired to subserve and all the old Texlans well know that notwithstand ing the numberless Irrefragable proofs of the faith- lessness of these Indians and their consequent ex pulsion from tbe country and the confiscation of their property he Gen.
Houston Is now announced as the ptopWe candidate tor Governor and side by side with this announcement hi the same paper Is the communication or bis satellite bis very mouth peace strenuously advocating the claims ror Indem- nity for the confiscated property of his fatorlte treacherous tribe of Indians.
We arc told that this tribe of Indians is now In Arkansas. Yes sir and ia Texas it will be found that Gen.
Houston is their candidate for Governor and if he is elected and tbe Independents can get a majority In the Legislature then tbe chief of the Cherokees of the Bowles tribe will appeal to the Legislature of Die State or Texas for indemnity for "a large number of valuable cattle hogs and other properly" Including their improvements on their lands which tell into the possession or the Texians.
Aorls this all; tbe able Jurist ol tbe Civilian ssyi "that their lands were secured to them by the act ol consultation. The territory claimed by this tribe under tbe act referred to is not measured bj II. IL certificates as is the claim of tbe Great New York company but It is defined by ancient roads and rivers and embraces whole counties and which Is now not only the moat populous but tbe richest section ol onr State.
Indemnity for all tills is truly "an empire worth fighting for. Hoes any one doubt Houston's deTotlon to the Indian?
If so let him read his history and be undeceived. Helstobethe chief of the tribe and who are his warm supporters?
First the Intelligencer man. He came from Arkan- sas b an allelaicyer and Jurist and he was the first to escort the chief on to the stage la the present canvass. He too Is the friend of tbe Indian and if he Is not he should be.
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