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our finances are in a woful condition. We cannot effect loans now as in peaceful times. Our United States bonds are not available. Our lands, in my opinion, cannot be made available now, and the only thing I can see, which is a certainty, is taxation, and the people must face the music. I have no doubt ample relief will be extended to our citizens by something akin to a stay law, and, indeed, there is a disposition already exhibited to extend relief wherever it is needed. Wane, Hemphill, and Oldham are in the city, all candidates for the Senate. I hear some talk of Governor Runnels being a candidate, and Milton Potter, of Galveston, has many friends who will urge his claims for that position. The votes have just been counted for Governor by both Houses, giving a majority for Lubbock of between 1,400 and 1,500. Affecting scene. From the Lynchburg Republican, of the 23d instant, we take the following: Among the prisoners brought here yesterday from West