By LYNETTE SOWELL
The New Orleans Picayune in a May 27, 1871 editorial echoed the same concern Horace Greeley expressed about his trip to Houston, when the New York publisher wrote, “I go to Texas reluctantly.” The
It would seem the drought has ended, and the liquid blessings just keep coming. And coming. And . . . uh . . . coming. I’m hesitant to ask God for more provision, for fear of sounding ungrateful.