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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 October 1856

4K <s \ VOL.XXII—NO. 29. HOUSTON,TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8,1356. ■ |r. \ A WHOLE NO. 1182 - ' • r ' " l* HARVEY H. ALLEN, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. <11 wi—TtUgrmpk Building t, Franklin Strict- TERMS: far ixfjeartnadvance. —... • (ix months in advance $2 50 150 Bate* of Advertising. ©n« qmre,first insertion.... 81 1)0 do do each subsequent insertion—• 50 do do one year 10 00 light lines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when landed in. This rale will not be deviated from in any case. y * • A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbiil,nnd charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices r$5; State, District and Congressional. $10. Advertisements not within the legitimate bus'ness of Yearly Adve'tisers charged extra. All communic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 October 1856

Houston MONDAY, OCTOBER. 6. 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN •r pesjotlvuu. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, J. a BRECKENRIDGE, oe kentucky. ELtCTQ&i FOR TBK STATE J*T LARGE fuiukbowdeKI W.B.SCUBBY. OOJfORRSaiOJfJU. DISTRICT ELECTORS. A.J. HOOD. A. J. HA.nil.TOK. TIokss Thieves About.—We bear of seve- ral horsesh iving been stolen from the vicin- ity of this city during the past week. No tbing positive is known, however, but from the mysterious disappearance of horses al- ready, it would be well for the owners of auch auimals to be on the look out. CFrorn a private letUr from Anderson, under date of Oct. 2d, we learn that Dr. N. B, Krllum, who was reported to have been •hot seme time a go (which report was un- true) wis shot on the night of the 1st inst., while walking in his yard. The wound is not dangerous, two or three shots lodging in the large muscles of the arm. Fatal Result.—Kelly, the victor in the recent brutal prize fight at New York, died of wounds on the 19th inst., at Bellevu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 October 1856

CLUBBine. tke proprietor, rf tha tetognpb. baring '*H g—in to procure tke very hlitlnMWfnei /<■►* .if part, „/ tkecmUrf, and belnf determined h pablUh a paper erefy way worthy of psbU* pa- 'ooago, rerpeetfolly invite the attention of their Wettnt reader*, n< the pabBe generally, to the rot- lnw4"g Initni hi i«f1 «*■*"■¥ Srefy nan who hai *eaUa(t in thU etty ia lntereated in the State of oar Oetton and ProTifion market, a* wellaa many other Mtteri of local intereat whieh can he obtained only tbrongh the medium of thlapaper* Tothemanwho '•tlj any Interest in onr own railroad, or those in ■ontemplation elsewhere in the State, it will prove a finable companion. We have adopted the cask 'ftem, after a Mr test of the credit, and flatter ourselves that the increased usefulness of onr pa- P*Mn conseqaence of this change, will more than compensate for the difference between payment in advance and payment at the end of theyear. Postmasters everywhere are requested to act as ;,nt« and re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 October 1856

it. BIclAKE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE IJTERPS1AS. I*o of tixc beet Fiepi'ttioM of IhD A;« They are not recom- mended as Universal Cure-alk, but simply foi what their name pur- ports; The Vermifuge, foi expelling Worms froix the human system, has also been administered with the most satisfactory results to various animals subject to Worms. The Liver Pills, foi the cure of Liver Com- plaint, all Bilious De- rangements, Sick Head- ache, &c. Purchasers will please be particular to. ask foi Dr. C. McLane's Cele- brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by m\hv 1 )\oi. Treat Economy in frxasi jiigr* WE, the subscribers, having witnessed' tue per- | forniance and successful operation of "Thomp- son's Bagasse Burner or Furnace,1 on the plantation of Mr. Gossett k Johnson. Parish of Jefferson.— Said Burners, or Furnace, are composed of a series of burning chambers, which are applied to two Cyl- inder Boilers. 30 fret long, JW inch diameter, which furnishes ample steam to s un their e^cine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1856

v H M-X yOLv.XXfI~NO.30. HOUSTON,TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1856. WHOLE NO. 1183 HARVEY H. ALLEN, FPBLI8IIKR AST) PROPRIETOR. OfiKf-nbrV1 Buildings, Franklin Strut. TERMS: Tor < > <yearln advance S2 .* ilxmonths in advance ] Rates of Advertising-* On* quare, first laMrtton... $1 do do each sohsequent insertion—. do do oneyear 10 Sight lines or leas to eonatitnte a square. Ail transient advertisement* to be paid for when handed in. This role will not be deviated from in any ease. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise ' two or more squares per year.- Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid^ind charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,$5; State, District and Congressional. 910. Advertisements not within the legitimate business "«f Yearly Advertisers charged extra. All communications for the office should be ad* dressed to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1856

1' Hffltrfira €elpp]i|. xcnrnvr, october. m, ism. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES, BUCHANAN OF PEUISTLTAiriA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, J. C. BRECKENRID3E,' OE KESTICKY. tLZCTORS TOM THK STATS JtT LARGE. FKANKBOWDE3I, V.R.SCCRBY. coxemKssiojfAL A. jr. HOOD, DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HA.mi.TOS. Baehanan and. Fillmore—The trast. COB- O- We lesrp rays the Civilian. of the 7th iaat, that Messrs. W. Hendly A Co., sold yesterday, a lot of aboat 100 bales choice cotton, to Messrs. L. .Frosh & Co., for a por tloo of which was paid as high as 18 cents -per pound; the highest ever paid in Texas for any of the staple. The article, we refer to, was fr tn black seeds imported from Egypt, and raised on the plantation of Mr B. F. Durant, Oyster Creek. The staple is uncommonly long, strong, and of the very best silky texture. Fol Kimiaoca.—We bare received a des- patch, says the News, from Mr. S. A. Lock- ride, Agent for Gen. Walker's Government in Nicaragua, stating that the first of Mor- gan's new line of stea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1856

•t>VM>KG< WW* proprietor! of tha Telegrsph, hiring made vnM'—nli to procur, the nm <<'•>! inttlligtnci fvwm all r*rU tktcmtry, and being determined to publish a paper erery * J worthy of public pa- respeetfnlly inrite the attention of their 1 readers, and the public generally, to the fol- lowing inducements to clubbing. Every man who haa dealing* In this city Is interested in the State of our Cotton and Provision market, as well as many other matters of local Interest which can be obtained only throogh the medium of this paper* To the man who feels any interest In our own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere in the State, jt will prove a valuable companion. We hare adopted the task ay aha, alter a fair test of the credit, and flatter •urselves that the increased usefulness of our pa- yer, in consequence of this change, will more than compensate for the difference between payment in advance and payment at the end of the y e«x. Postmasters everywhere are req...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 October 1856

E3-* r- s 1 R ENf ■ p m I ^ « ct Dr. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE LIVEliPIIXS. rwo of the best Preparation* of th Ago They are not recom- mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply foi what their name pur- ports. - The Vermifuge, foi expelling Worms - from the human system, has also been administered with the most satisfactory results to various animals subject to Worms. The Liver Pills, foi the'cure of Liver Com- plaint, all Bilious De- rangements, Sick Head- ache, &c. Purchasers* will please particular to ask foi Dr. C. McLane's Cele- brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by sole proprietors, Pitts- burgh, Pa., and take nq other, as there are various bther preparations now before the public, pur- porting to be Vermifuge aild Liver Pills. All others, in comparison with Dr. IHcLane's, are worthless. ^ The genuine McLane's Vermifuge and Livei Pills can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores. FLEMING BRO'S, ^60 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sole Proprietors. For sale by WM. H ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1856

I •# f I :> # Nj. !P Ja is ■t <§► ' 'WMPC' ♦Til L—NO. 31. J. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22,1856. WHOLE NO. 1184 N HAR>*EV O. A1LEH, pttbUBh: -Ttitf+r* HER AUD PROPRIETOR. k Buildingt, Franklin Strut. • P TERMS: fn €i(jrearln*dY*nce •• slxmoQtk* in advance Bates of AdTcrtiilnf. Om tqoare, lint Insertion 4o do- each subsequent Insertion lo do one year tight Una* or less to constitute a square. ,11 trs .—82 50 150 ?ioo 50 10 00 All transtentadTertlsements to be paid for whep handed In. Ibis rale will not be deviated from in any ease. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. * Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid,and charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,$5; State, District and Congressional. • 10. Advertisements not within the legitimate business of Yearly Ad vertisers charged extra. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1856

W if V r ll' ! \ Houston €tkgw|ilj. MONDAY, OCTOBER. 20, 1856. " FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAH • ' OF PESSSIIiVANIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, , J. C. BRECEENRIDGEj OE K^Tl'CEY. I *7 CLtCTORS FOR THE STATS AT LARGE. I:A>K BOWDI:.\ , w. K.SCUHUY. —— * COM-ORESSIOJVAL DISTRICT ELECTORS. A.J. HOOD* A. J. HAMII-TOS. DEMOCRATIC BARBECUE. At Huntsville, Walker County. There will be a Grand Mass meeting at Huutsvitlc on Saturday tlie first day of No- vember next. The citizens of the siirround- iug comities are respectfully invited to at- tend. * The following gentlemen are respectfully invited to attend without further notice, from "whom addresses will be expected, as also all other good Democrats. F. W. Bowden, J. Pinckney Henderson, Frank Sexton, James C.Wilson, B. E. Tar- ver, E. A. Palmer, M. M. Potter, F. B. Lub- bock, W. R. Scurry, W. S. Oldham, J. W; Hei.derson, S. S. Tompkins, Ashbel Smith, Gen. Davis, John Cleveland, S. Scott An- derson. Democratic papers please copy this notice, ITV...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1856

clibbixg. ^ .'h-proprittors of the Telegraph, iarfpt raade rongCmenta to procure tUe very latest intelligence t*m aliprrts of f A e co * a< ry, and bein g determined ' 'ts ptbliah paper ercry way worthy of pyblie pa- f ff rouge, respectfully invite the attention ot their Treaders, and the public generally, to the fol- lowing inducements to clubbing. Everyman whe has igs in this city is interested in the State of our on and Provision market, as well as many other i of local interest which can be obtained only agh the medium of this paper* To the man who Fftels any interest in our own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere in the Slitte, it will prove a valuable companion. We hav^ adopted the cash tyetem, after a fair test of the credit, and flatter ourselves that the increased tuefttluess of our pa- yer, in consequence of this change, will more than apensate for the difference between payment in pnee and payment at the end of the year. sters everywhere are re|uested to act ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 October 1856

3 * Dr. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE LIVER PILLS. r wo of the beat Preparation* of ths Ag* They are not recom- mended as Universal '/ Cure-alls, but simply foi what their * name pur- ports. The Vermifuge, foi expelling Worms from the human system, has also been administered with the most satisfactory results to various animals subject to Worms. The Liver Pills, foi the cure of Liver Com- plaint, all Bilious De- rangements, Sick Head- ache, &c. - Purchasers will please tie particular to ask foi Dr. C. McLane's 'Cele- brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by sole proprietors, Pitts- burgh, Pa., and take nc other, as there are various bther preparations now before the public, pur- porting to be Vermifuge and Liver Pills. Alj others, in comparison with Dr. McLane's, arc worthless. ^The genuine McLane's Vermifuge and Livei Pills can now be had at all respectable Drug Stores. FLEMING' BRO'S, f ^}60 Wood St., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sole Proprietor* For sale bv WJL H ELIOT & CO., Hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1856

w :* > H 7 i f! V fJ fvj \ £ I M H *; VOL. XXII—NO. 32.] HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1856. [WHOLE NO. 1186. \\ 4 W$ ®%rap|, *.— E. H. CUSHING, EDITOR JWD PUBLISHER. '.'dice on Congress street, between Main street and Court Imk Square. TheTrl-Weekly Telegraphia issued every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 3 o'clock P. M. the following rates: '•ne year, in advance #8 110 She months. -I (W Three months o W> Single copies ais^ceut*. The wiIKLT TELEGRAPH is puMisbeii eve ry Wednesday at three dollars par annum in advance. Bales of Advertisinf. One sqnare, first insertion da do i *1 t)0 so 10 00 each subsequent insertion ... do do oneyear... Bight lines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when handed In. This rule will not be deviated from in any ease. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published aa ners. Obitna riea charged for aa advertisements. Advertisements not m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1856

I 4 " E. H. CUSHOre, Editor. ■ONDAY, OCT. 87, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN OF nEmrs¥LTAiiiA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, J. a BRECKENR1DGE, \ OE KENTUCKY. :X ELECTORS FOB TBE STATE AT LARGE. nUKBOVDEH, V.K.SCVUBY. COftORESSIOJf AL DISTRICT ELECTORS* J- HOOP, A. J. BAJHILTON, Mr. r. Charles W. Green, is the traveling agent fortheHouston Telegraph and «tt- tliomed to racefee and receipt for subscript lan" ) q ~\'f November At>proaches. Within less than a week the people of tht United States will have decided the grea question. The fiat will have gone forth and by it shall we know whether our coun try will exist as a great nation, and go on in her course of prosperity, or whether a mise rable sectionalism shall destroy its nam* from the list of nations. . For ourselves we do not fear for the result Pennsylvania, Indiana and Connecticut havt-\ spoken. Their recent election^have^Shown that the only parties i^\tW "jfortii afe th. Democracy aq^BlAc&Rdpublicai^sm. Th< supporters .o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1856
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1856

F Br. McLANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE UTERPILLS. rwcafthc kcit Preparatloai ofthi Ag are not recom- mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply foi name pur- what their MEW MACHINE SHOP, TRiYlSSTKlfcT, Near the Lower Bridge, Houston, Texas, mHl /tabacribers having farmed a co-partner- jl ship for the purpose of carrying on the business in all ita branches, inch as Black Smithing, Boiler Making, and Repairing of all kiniis ot Machinery. Also Building of Steam Engines and Saw Hills, on the lates improved plans. All parties, being prac- itcal Mechanics, are prepared to warrant their work. ap7 ly CAMPBELL, LORD t CO. HOUSTON FOBEVEH! Patronise Home Industry —Shakespeare. undersigned, having recently opened his ip on Main Street, on the next block above the Old Capital, is prepared to do ALL KINDS o rruiE X shi CARPENTER'S and JOINER'S work at the short- est notice, and at terms so reasonble that his custom- ers will be lead to wonder how he can work cheap and make a iving. Give him a call, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1856

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1856

\ ■OHDAT> ROT. 3, 1856 1 K 60806. Editor. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN if WnHTLTAim. tor vice president, J. C. BBECKENBDOE, IWCKT. atMCTOMM 00ft tbi stats at large. I* W.B.SCUBBY. commroMU a. jr. dimtmict xlxctoms. Ai jr. BAaiLTOH, \9 nrflM Kaptuw airivwi yesterday morn' crowded with passen «i$r. iaf 'the Houston Bafl Road, wQl hold a the lOtb init, in this IrHi had the phann of meeting Haj, J.W. Scott, in town Saturday. Ha is on his mytoInrOd«H. He iaformaus that for this it*him by the Boreraor. hat ▼a had the pleasure of meeting John T. Ehit, «t ft* Qaivaaton Confederate, in tkia city- oa Friday morning. The Last Word. 'The J. arrived hoe on Satur- CUiHhn, with fall We f*3«d ib oar last to call attention to the dp*- adveriicenuints <jf 0. Erni3 a Co. TVt ireoant of marchsndizt, ■4®e abi^reaij iad Triiiiqg :: et£ rr. fair ten HP Se*ice 731W of Hart A Oa..nad then go and try them if yon Want la hay w«fl and cheap. i A ftieod of ours has shown wa a hlNr fan Bernard's trading s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 November 1856

WE91VE8DAY, NOV. 5, 1836. JT On Monday afternoon, after several days of very sultry weather, the severest norther of the season yet cane up accompa- nied by a heavy storm of rain. The wind, however soon blew the sky clear, and yester- day, baring the north wind. Was very pleas- ant. This morning all ont of doors was cov- with a white frost. CThe K. 1ST. procession on Monday night, on whiclr such calculations had been made for the previous week was a very mod- orate affair. "We are assured that fifty men would be a very laige estimate of the nam ber who tamed oat. 4 4 *a Texas Items Iudianoia Bulletin says that at the prapnt time there is plenty of tater on the bai there, and the channel is gradually depening, bidding fair to resume its form ei^epth of seventeen feet. The Bulletin dflores the want of unanimity on the part o^be inhabitants of the different towns on bf. observing that if they were better unit- e£nd their energies turned to building up of town instead of half a dozen on...

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