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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1857

■&-- I J| .pw/f .iiimw"' II i*l 4lolli' O till ' ij'Hui )irr .lent <«" It-t.'wli iil-'rt h'*ll "*M' <i.<l«jy|iiO • I Mill .,,jftit i o i .-.oiibH ,awiHau3 n .a .ft .0 r^i ^ lw rr.aK a^!,,r "tU ™'< iJ <toi' :!b - : , r> t.,-* VOL. XXTT—NO. 49.] HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1857. I fit Critgrmjj. + E. H. GUSHING, EDITOR MfD PUBLISH Eh. [faoil WIDRRID*Y'STR1-WSRKLT ] O* We were yesterday favored with a call from Oen. J. S. Besser, the Financial Agent for the State Penitentiary. O" James B. Shaw, Comptroller of the C^"^^ES?«,'!treet,bet,ee,lMsia,treet™d j S,al*. Mt here to d y {oT A «in, accompa- uied by his young and beautiful bride. The Tri-Weekly Telegraph it issued every Mon- J day, We<loes<ia% nud Friday, at 3 o'clock P. M. at the following rates: One year, iu advance $8 0(1 Six BWOihs - . 4 00 Three months 2 <>0 Single copies —— tlx cents. The W8BKLT TRLBORAPIT it paMish*l every Wednesday at th*ee dollars per annam In advance Rates of A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1857

\\t fteltgrapjj. £. a. CTISHnra, Editor. C. D. I0X6AI, Associate. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25, 1857. Democratic n«etlB|> rpHERE will be a Mass Meeting of the Democrat- 1 ic Party on Saturday evening, the 38th inn., for the purposeof nominating Delegates to the Waco Convention. It is particularly requested and de- ' sired that all Democrats, both of the County and City, will be in attendance. Feb 18 tt. B. P. BCCKNER, President Democratic Association. lpkox pribat's Tii-tukit.] ID* The total vote heard from in our jndi. cial election is now 6,104, of which Gray has 2,721, Roberts 2,238, Jennings 5S0; Franklin 497, and Taylor 58. O* The Vesta and Nueces,* loaded with iron for tbe Honston and Texas Central BaQwad hare ^arrived in Galveston. The laying of the track will begin at once. 0*The card of Hinkle A Pilant of the Richmond Livery Stable is worth attention. Their hotses are good and their prices reas- onable. CThe Richmond Hotel will be found noticed among oar advertisements. This is th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1857

Cdeppji [from Monday's Tri-Weekly.] ID* C. D. Morgan, associate editor of this paper has left on a short visit to New Or- leans. Sad AcciDurr.—Whilst Geo. Stansbnry and lb. Swing were firing the salate at nooa to-day, by the railroad bridge, near Lubbock's Vf alehouse, the second charge pre- maturely exploded, injuring both the above named persons seriously, and Stansbury it is supposed mortally. The cause of the acci- dent was the vent not being properly stop- ped whQst the charge was being rammed down. At the hoar of going to press, Stans bury is not expectod to live from minute to minute. He has every attention possible.— This sad calamity has cast a sudden gloom upon oar community. Mr. Stansbury died on the same evening at 6 o'clock. Mr. S. leaves a wife and two children and a large circle of friends to maun his km. PA white infant was found in a sack in the bayon last Saturday morning, evidently drowned bv the agency of its inhuman par- ents. The coroner's jury was summoned, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 February 1857

F X stem HOUSTON PH1CE8 CURRENT. Thursday, Estuary 19. [WHOLE8ALS.] Biaanra—Kentucky....p yd.$ Ea«t India. -M"- BiU rfofi—Kentucky. .Ky ■ " Twine .4.••••••• •* *® Buss ...... iti- ous Bread -Pilot.......... -p ool Crackers .pbbl Beeswax—Yellow..... P lb Bucks -Texas... P M Northern P M Ge>man.... P M English Fire...*..p M Bear W> Chocolate—No 1 p lb Cemext—Rosetidale... .p bbl Candles—Sperm—IT. Bedfd .p lb Star... .y ^ Corv ee—Rio P 1J> Java P 1® Corn Western .pbus Cordage—Manilla. P lb Cideb—Cbaropaijjne... .p box Sweet Newark. P bbl Cos*"—Velvet .....p M Flour—Unbranded ....p bbl - Superfine . -p bbl Fancy Superfine.. .p bbl Extra St. Louis... -P bbl •bbl Froit—Raisins p box " P )4 | - p Ji b Lemons P box Oranges 7 box O-rrant*, Zante. ...p lb Aunundi, sofl-shellp lb Fmb—Cod P b«w Mackerel, No. 1. - .p bbl •• ...;ibb «• « a...pbbi .. .p ^ b '• No. l...p kilt " No, 2.. .p kitt Quvkt Bags—New p bag Gox#uWD>a P keg Glass—Am 50 ft 8x10.p box " • " 10x12 p box «« •« I2sl8.p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1857

t.UKlPfi .i *" - jjnujan. • —-<* •'om;M) 3uSw"^ VOL. XXTT—NO. 50.] HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1857. [WHOLE NO. 1204. ft- ®|t Ctlegraptj. +. E. H. GUSHING, EDITOR jSJfD PUBLISHER. Office on Congress street, between Slain street and Court Home Square. IkeM-Veeklj Telegraph is issued every Mon- day, Wednesday sad Friday, at 3 o'clock P. H. at ike following rates: One year, in advance 98 00 Six months 4 00 Three months 2 00 Single copies six cents. The WBXKLY TELEGRAPH is published every Wednesday at three dollars per annum in advance. Bates •( Advertising. One square, first insertion 91 oO do do each subsequent insertion 50 do do oneyear 10 00 light lines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when banded in. This rule will not be deviated from in any ease. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or mere squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published is news. Obitua- ries eharged (or as advertisements. Advertisements not ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1857

E. H. CUSHHTO, Editor. G. D. MORGAN, Associate. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1857. ETTo-morrow onr young friend, G. D. Wilson, leaves on a tour through the upper country on business for the Telegraph. He contemplates establishing a General Agen- cy, and will take pleasure in attending to any business entrusted to his care. Wilson is an energetic and persevering young man, and worthy of confidence and en- couragement. [From FRIDAY'S T«I-WI«LT.J CTLast Wednesday was Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, at which time a full twenty day's fast and abstinence from amuse-' ment commences in half of Christendom .— Lent continues forty days, but in the last half two feasts occnr. D" We are requested to state that the $20,000 having been raised for the new Acadamr, the subscribers are requested to meet at the school room, under Masonic Hall, on Tuesday night next, after supper. IjOvk After Mabkiaqe.—This is the title of a new book just received from Perterson, Philadelphia. It is from the gifted pen ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1857

flL' *• ®|e ®depp|. [From Monday's Tri-Weekly.] 0"We hare more than ordinary pleasure in announcing that onr friend, Hon. H.Cone, of Brasoria county, has. removed to this city, and engaged in the practice of the Law here. In another column will be seen the card of Cone A Anderson. We regard Hor- ace Cone and Scott Anderson as one of the strongest law firms now to be fonnd in the State. We doubt not they will have all the business they can do. Cj*Williamson who was lately committed to jaQ in this city in default ol bail to the amount of $1000, on charge of forgery, was taken before Judge Gray last week on a writ of habeas corpus, and had his bail reduced to J60U, which was given and he discharg- ed from custody. It was pleaded that he was insane and unaccountable. The plea may be true, but it looks rather lame. He had rather too much 'method in his madness' to satisfy justice that he ought to be followed to go around loose. OThoae interested in the New School en- terprise in this cit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 March 1857

un-oiL HOUSTON PUCES CURRENT. Thursday, February 19 • [•WHOLES AL*.] Bagging—Kentucky... .p yd-$ R' -t Tndiit P*yd. —- -Kentucky. .J>y i. . ;... ib BE..V3 ...... OUS BftLAP 'PiiOLa^*- ODL Crackers.. .p bbl Beeswax—Yellow p lb 20a..22 1S«..20 llv 13>s .. 20o".25 3 25i3 50 .. ..a.... 7 25o8 75 .. 21a..22 10 00al2 00 .. ..a.. .. .. ..a.. .. :: v.a. 12^o.. lo 2 59a 3 00 Bucks -"Texas .p M Northern. P M German. p M English Fire p M Bus. -p lb Cbooolaxe—No 1.... .p lb Czxent—Rosendale... .p bbl Caxdus—Sperm—N. Bedf'd .p lb .. 44a.. 50 Star P lb •• 2So.- 3® Coffee—Rio p lb 13% Java -P lb 16>£a.. 18 Corn Western j bns 1 10a 1 40 Cobdaoe—Manilla......p lb .. 15a.. 18 Cider—Champaigre pbox 3 50a 3 75 Sweet Newark p bbl .. 9a.. 10 Cobxs—Vel vet p M 3 00a 4 00 Flour—Unbranded....p bbl • Superfine ..p bbl 8 25a 9 Fancy Superfine.. .p bbl 8 50a 9 Extra St. Louis....? bbl Rye............ t bbl Fruit—Raisins p box " -P}4h " -pKh Lemons -P box Oranges -P box Cirrants, Zinie p lb Almouds, so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1857

1 s >/"* VOL. xxn—NO. 51.] HOUSTON, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11. 18o7. [WHOLE NO. 1205. C|t S*lep$|. E. H. CUSH1NG, EDITOR MfD PUBLISHER. Office on Congres9 street, between Main street and Court House Square. Xhe Tri-Weekly Telegraph is issued every Mon- day. WotpMdas and Fridav. at 3 o'clock P. M. at the foUowizS'rati* r One year, in advance •f Six months. < Three months « • -. 2 <hi Single copies.. si* cent.,. The WEEKLY TELEGRAPH is published every Wednesday at three dollars per annum in advance Rate* of AdrertlNinc. One square,first insertion.. SI (HI do do each subsequeut insertion — • 50 do do one year 10 00 Kightlines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid Tor when handed in. This rule will not be deviated from in any case. 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 l>e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1857

E. H. CTJSHHTG, Editor. C. D. MORGAN, Associate. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1837. [hun f hdit's Tri-Wbkklt.] IET Tbe -weather has been, until to day, warm and almost sultry. To-day we have * moderate Norther. Crops are growing rapidly, and everything now looks promis- ing to the farmer. A good beginning is certainly not less important to the crop, than anything else. And we trust this season will prove favorable from beginning vo end. A good crop will set Texas ten years ahead in point of progress and material develop- ment ID" We had the pleasure of a call from John Taylor, Esq., one of the candidates for the Saprcae Beach in the late election, Mr.'Taylor is probably the most eloquent man of the present day. We would go fifty miles to hear him speak, and hope to have the chance to do so sometime. O" We have had the pleasuie of a call om Mr. Pease, of the Illinois Central Rail- itoad, this morning. Mr. P. is in Texas on busines- connected with that road, and we commea nim to the people. D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1857

JSm «*. [From Monday'*Trl-Weekly.] Wuni.—Any persons who hare Kos. 1 to 33 inclusive, 32, 36,37,40, 41. 43, 45, 46, 47 and 51, of vol. first, No. 1,3, 9,15, 30, and 45, of toL second, Noa. 17 nd 46, of to] . twenty-first, and N o. 34 of vol. twenty second at the Telegraph, or any of these numbers, will confer a fitrer by handing them to the editor, and will besides be libe- rally paid for them. We "H attention to card of Dr. R. H. Boxley, who has recently fitted up a pleasant office near the Recorder's office on Main street. 3ZrSee card of Mr. Eirby, of Chappel Hill. We recommend him to our readers. O" The Norther of last Friday has left us in the experience of some disagreeable, but ▼err useful weather. The rains that have fallen, and are still continuing by turns, were much needed. Not only were many cisterns, on which dependence is placed for a summer supply of water, very low, buf the land was becoming parched. The rain has by no means been very abundant, but still quite enuugh ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 March 1857

AdH* 8« «r Plantation. An Hatana correspondent of the Sy-t racoM (N. Y.) Courier, gites the fol- lowing account of one of the largest ingar plantations in the "ever faithful isle." It will repay a perusal: This estate is very preperly called the "Florde Cubas," (Flower of Cuba.) There are other estates as large and larger, bat none that have such perfect machinery, afed which have laid out so much money for that, and on buildings. There are about 1,000 acres of land, nearly three-quarters of which are un- der cultivation with sugar cane, the balance being devote&to grazing and plantain fields. The product of this es- state, of conrse, varies with* different years; thus, last year, owing to the rains, they could not cut all their cane and it fell short, but its present average crop is 10,000 boxes and 1,000 hogs- heads of sugar, and its gross income at present prices will be from $320,000 to $350,000. ; ' - ' ~ " * Of this enormous sum about one halt is absorbed by interest on it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1857

Injury Noted iHHi'*---* -2^ :% \v v *# '•? i;..« i i I. >1 iitii J ft- -4'f 1# *. i#^* - rr: - ' *- .. _— > y r? /"■ ■BRif i r.a voir, XXII—NO. 52.] HOUSTON, TEXAS, WE, C|% Kdegnmjj. ■-♦:■ ■ E. H. CUSHING, EDITOR JUfD PUBLISHER, — - - Office on Congresa itreet. between Main street Mid Csort Bonis Square. the Trl-Weeklr Telegraph li issued erery Mon- " i|t3 o'clock P. M. at $8 00 4 00 2 00 six cents. 4ay, Wednesday sad Trtdajr. i •be followiagnie*: One jrear.la advance Six months. Three months.-- Single copies ... The WXSKIiT T1LCGRAPH U published erery Wednesday at three dollars per annum is advance. Bates •( Advertising. One sqaare, first insertion 91 oO do do aaeh subsequent insertion SO de *d •■•year—.. 10 00 light lines or less to constitute a square. All tnUUtaatadvertisements to be paid for when handed tn. This role will not be deviated from in an; ease. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two er seure squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1857

"'>£♦ J *1 * * al S. H. CUSHnre. Editor C. D. XOBOA1, Associate. Rail Rond Towns. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18; 1857. [Vans hun'i tu-VmiT.] 0"The Norther of Wednesday, has given as two eald Bights, and this morning a white flraat appeared, coating every thing that frost ean kill, with the rime of death. No doubt cotton will all lucre to be planted over, as frill as a good deal of the corn. We dread to hear from tM^ wheat region. At this season much of the wheat must have been jointed, and if so, this tAtiraelj frost will be the death of it. As for cotton and corn, if there is plenty of seed in the coun- try, it is fall early enough to plant yet, and secure good crops. rrw* are informed that Rev. Dr. Ross, a gentleman oC some note as a temperance lec- turer, is now delivering lectures at Rich- mood, and Will visit this city in a few days for the purpose of lecturing. He is highly spoken of by those who have hesrd him, and is, we understand to spend a few months in Texas, under the patronag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1857

[From Monday's Trt-Week ly] KTTbara was another alight frost 011 Sat urday morning. We trust this is the lest of the season. Some teuder vegetables are ra- ined, but as a general thing oar gardens baveeaeaped remarkably well. G* We tad another white font last night. Tliaan iintiiiilly frosts lengthen oat the faces of our gardnerevery considerably- 17 The interesting letter ef oar associate should have been received last Wednesday. It ia too good to lose, though, if it is five days behind time. U*Attention is directed to the card of J. H. Denecke, merchant tailor. Denecke gets up first rate garments, and merits the patronage of the ooamanity ^ tT The attention of the citizens of various parts at the ton ia called to the condition of many of the aide-walk bridges over the drains. They should be attended to before any one ia so unfortunate as to break his limba in these traps. ONE DAT LATER FROM EUROPE. 17 Pome talk ia heard of a County Con- vention, to nominate candidatea for the Leg ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 March 1857

HOUSTON PRICES CU«ftENT. [WBOUMU.] liMnfl—Kentucky. • • -P yd.$.. 20a. ~~ East India.. -P*yf Bau Hare—Kentucky. -pyi- " Twine . •. * lb Bun -al*' Pif** -Pilot..* • • p ow Crackers bwax—Tellow.. .. Bucks -Texas....... Har'-hsrn- ... M EpglishFire. lb M M M U lb lb 18a..20 .. U■2al3}4 .. 20a..25 3 25j3 50 . . .a.... 1 25a8 75 .. 21a..22. 10 0Ual2 00 .. ..a.. .. ... .. •• .. ..a..2^ I2^a.. 15 2 56a 3 00 Business Cards, T. S. ANBERSOK, Attorney at Law. V Hons/on. Texas. . Dee 1—*56 vr Jy. lb ib lb 44a.. 50 28a.. 30 111;,a. 13>£ 9 ■P ■ ■P "f • •P -P CMOCQLATE—Ko 1. . . ..J O—aar ItoBgndale. * - *P bbl CawihW Sperm—g. RftiFd. .p Star...«■.••«...•«-p Owns—Bio. p . Jar*. , , Oou Western ^ibus Manilla P lb Oisxr—Champaigne... .p boz Sweet Newark p bbl Som*—Vel vet .....p M Flocb—Unbranded... .p bbl Superfine p bbl Fancy Superfine.. .p bbl Extra St. Louis... ,p bbl , • bbl ...p boz ...PX b • - # b Lemons. p box Oranges...........p box Cdrrants, Zante. ...p lb Alttonds, soft-shelly lb ... ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1857

fgtV b ir WivJ til A r-\i~i>)V: i III o ♦ribs J*I*eW> H 3 «1js"'*L4! A ,WA££OK j -?n? - '«**&•*"' * -H* •" •' " ■ n tm <« ■.# .2 *i£« • ,t 1 'y# ."il "WR* *;'.«.* 4 j,—- *-'" > ;■J * * • jpw,' gat*!.**'._* #• • '•> *•;• .SfctiL- ' VOL. ^ffl^-NO. ; g tf Y & njif- HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1857. [WHOLE Na 1207. ttT* 1 - ^HL GUSHING, *** fc/WrOK .JJVD PUBLISHER* ^^®ceonCongre« street, between Main street and The Tri-Weekly Telegraph is issued erery Mon- day, Wadaeoday and-frMay. at J o'clock P. M. at the toll plng anit: Oto^fear, (■ advance. Single copies ..... $8 00 4 00 2 CIO six cents. The WKKKIY TELEGRAPH is published every Wednesday nllampen anonaa in advance- T r« BatVl T* Advftrtiniuf. One square, first insertion $1 (JO J</* 9o feach subsequent insertion—• 50 do tern do oneyear-..,. light lines or less to constitute a square. .WtAnstont advertisements to be paid for when handeffin. This rule will not be deviated from in any case. * A liberal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1857

1.1 C. D. XOBffA*, W DXBDAT, MABCH M, 18*7. [hoi hDirt T*i- ■T.1 IT CoRwpandentn for this pnper are ear- nestly requited to me good paper, and -write with pen and ink. and only on one aide of the paper. They hardly imagine the Ion at time 6 the eosspoaitar, that it takes to decipher the hieroglyphu* ataomeef them. CT The card of CoL Cage will inform our readers that another first rate lawyer has opened an office in this city. D" We call attention to the card of L. Taft. whose sign on Main street is abort the most prominent thing in it. His stock of boots and aftow: ETB^ icftcanoe to the card of Moore £ Williams, it will be seen that they have moved their excellent aiulautype establish- ment to the Ones Store on Main street, where they will be (bond ready to wait on their Acdsnrr.—As several persona from Ear- risbnrg were coming in on the Tap road, en a hand ear, last evening, they came in col- lision with a platform car left at the Capital ■lim< mowing One of the penons, whose na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1857

CpCdkpp|. [Ami Kandayt M-WmMj.] B. Love, of Washington , anlsad in town on Tuesday last, ■IfiknitftthuuHniM. He com- plainedaf Qlnws, and gave evidence of de- as it appeard, not of a Be transacted some busi- Mik town, in ffce afternoon. During the night, hia appearance being somewhat «in- golar, he was carrfnllj watched. He sat op aQ night In the morning, he paid bis MD, and left before breakfast, remarking that, as hefsK unwell, he would not eat bnakflwt. It was anpposed, until yester- day, that he had gone home. But yesterday hi* body was found in a ravine, across the bayou, having evidently become a victim of his own hand. A pistol was found near himf aad the wound was in hia fore- head, jut ia. advance of hia temple. Some lualy-lw dollars were found in his pock- ets. He was a nan, we are informed, in good eeeametaneea, having some twenty <r thiity aqgroes. A Conner's jury was called yestsiday, which gave a verdict in i with the above bets. CT We had the pleasure on Saturday o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 March 1857

m Galveston Adverasements. Lawyers - jiata v< A T TORNB Y AT LAW. \ houston, texas. I he Old Capital. ■ : •'***-1 ■- - ATTORNEYS,, AT XA W, HOUSTON, TEXAS. f\mXS% en Main afreet, just above the old Presi- vam'ihou*. [mar2-'57 ly. D. J. BALDWIN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOTTBTON. TEXAS. MfMl >1. IB56.—ly ' JOHN I. BBIOT ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR | AT LAW, *r' Houston, Texas. . ■\TT7T[LL giTe particular attention to business in W the Supreme, District and Inferior Courts of this State Also, practice in the Federal Courts. Office, Court House Square. [dec!0-'56 ly A. M. EKX1ICH L. a. ABKBCBOKBIK ■ AW?¥ *, ^BEKCBOl^BLE, ATTOKTS^E *'s at LAW, Buntsville Texas. \\l ill practice In the courts of the Seventh T V District, and the Supreme Court at Galves- ton. [jan30-'57 ly.] c. w. bvckleti resumed the practice of the Law, and wil attend the Courts of the 1st Judicial District Harris and Montgomery, and any other TTASi 11 at* those of employed. ; office add! addrert Hodges Bend Texas. dec 14 AUG...

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