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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1858

FEBRUARY 3, 1858. i an glad to lean that the Grand ____ I of tiflwro have sub- for 227 copies of Rot Morris' Uni- versal Masonic*^ Library, and the Grand Lodge of Florida for 40 copies. These are li^rtd subscriptions, truly. f " j0 The Dramatic Readings at the Old Capitol oa Monday evening, by J.B. Strong, called out an appreciative,, audience. To read.dramatic poetry, without the accesso- ries^)? scenery, costume, or the support of others, is by no means an easy task. In the selections from Hiawatha and the Mer- chant of Venice^ Mr. Strong was particu- larly successful, and we commend his enter- *~i|ry*** to ear Mends abroad.. *z fgj^We call attention to the fact, that the nunc <rf'J.'P. Andrews has been with- drawn from the eontest for the Mayorality. CM. Andrews was induced to lend his name for the race, upon the earnest solicitations riends; but circumstances have con- 1 him that he was not the choice of the f, and as Insincerely desires the 'suc- ~ce«of that parly, he withdr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1858. Cjje Cdeppjj. £. H. CTJSHTNG, Editor. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1858. ' DEXtCRATIO STAT E TlCKET . Election, Pint Monday i Av$M*l- For Chief Justice: ROYAL T. yHEELER, Jo* OA1VESTOK. ^ For rtin iatn Justice: C0N8TANTINE W. BtJCKfcEY. OT FOOT BiSB COTTHTT. For Attorney General: MALCOLM R. QBAHAM, ot rusk fcounty. C. H. RANDOLPH. OF HOCSTON COL .H l. - . For Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEMENT R. JOHNS, OF HATS COUSTT. We hare now had four successive Jays of fltir weather, aa nnprecodenied oc- currence this winter. ^The streets are im- proving, but are as yet uninviting to car- riages. The side-walks are mostly passa- ;.J? ¥' "fe. yy We find the following announce- ment in the Austin Intelligencer ofthe 3d: > ^ ■ MARRTltn ?•: In this city, on the night of the 30th nit. by Re*. Wm. M. Bolter, -T. & Andewon to Mrs. M«ry MeHett Harper. ~ We tender oor congratolationa to the hap- py groom, and with them our everlasting good wishe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1858

m mmf in j TIIE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1858. UNITED-STATES MAILS. Post Omci De*a*tment, i December 31, 1867. J PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3, P. M., of Wednesday, March 81, 1858, f for conveying the mftito of the United States Put four years, Commencing July 1, 1868, ending 'Jane 80; 1862, in the 8tateef the routes and by the* acttedoles herein specified. Decisions to be made by^April 24, 1S-58. (Examine carefully the forms and instructions exert.) *" t" r ■** 8Wi Tnm New Orleans, &a, by Galveston, Tex . Saluria, Fort Oavallo, and I* 8alle, to In - dianola, 540 miles and back, twice a week jBgifcjpr s >' — Leave New Orleans Wednesday and Saturday J "7 3 a nt ■ Arrive at Galveston Friday and Monday by ID ! A-v^ Leave Galveston Saturday and Tuesday at 4 '* Arrive'at Indianola ne-xt days by 12 m: Leave IndianolaTuesday and Vriday at2.p m Airiveat Galveston next days at 10 a m; ' Leave Galveston Wednesday and Saturd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10,1858. mmsgs. JOHN ALGXUIKll, __wr ' and General Colleoting . Agent, taJquninci. Ttzas. Jan 18 '5B ly. O. JT. BALDWIN, Wrnejr at Law, Houston, Tom Nov. 1 1857-1 y .ileiiierf0aj[jr*ka t!«rner« at Law, Hots tat, Texas, will practice In an the Courts of the State. [Maaly J A.TIES W. WMKE, Itorncy at Law. Hotston . flee near the D1J Capitol. k-ly. A BABTH J. GUEST, ttorney and Cranaellor at Law, llMimiih, CroHf, Tam. [fSSly NEW ORLEANS. st CBABLES EXCHANGE HOTEL, NXW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA, HAIL 4 HILDRETH, proprietors. CAGE & WYNNE, tiarni'fi at I>a.W, Houston Ttzas.-M- \ flee opposite the old Capitol. TmarSO-lj. B.J. PAL.HEK, ttorney at Law,' Montgomery, Texas, ', Will practise In Montgomery, Grimes and r counties [Dec 19-ly. C. L. JOUDAN ■ ttorney at Law and Notart Public, ' Hontton, Tarn*, will attend" promptly _to all (entrusted to hia care. Jan 7-ly 3. W. LJlVHENCE, aW t General Agent, Houston, ce opposite theOid Capitol,Main at He wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1858

WBDNSSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1868. • i * ■ : ttttt e melodeon of til* Donetti trcupe teat awning. His music m chaste and that the work of track- laying on the H. & T. C. Road is going on, and hopes are entertained of completing it to Heatpstead in time to do tha bulk of the spring trade. The ungraded portion of the 3d stfitfo-a (fifteen miles J is under contract, and the fourth and fifth sections will soon be ready for proposals. The company hope to push the work forward now much more rapidly than ewer before. Improvements in town are still the order of the day." As business increases it demands more room. And buildings have to be remodeled, and new ones erected. No less five new wholesale grocery houses bare been established since October in Main street. Preparations are being made far atfil more building this spring. We trust that the example of our frieid, B. A. Shepherd, aerosalhe street, will not be lost on those who are building. Let newbuild- made'frith an eye tothe ora&m ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1858. «« BM9 Cekgrap^. B. H. CU8HDIQf Editor. WEDNESDAT, FEBRUARY 17,1858^ Btltc RATIO TAT E TIcK E T - miction. First Monday in August- Tor Chief : ROYAL T. WHEELER, 01 GALVS3T0K. CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, Ot FORT BSKD COITHTT. , variety—abundance of change. In a lew hours after the snow fell it commenced to disappear. The thaw set in, and hurra for swimming creeks and boggy bottoms again. By the bye, friend Oushing, how did you relish the passage of " Swingtail Creek?"— Our friend of the News is rather hard on you there—give him a hit by way of rejoind- er. We arrived at Springfield during the Hay and were glad to find that the citizens of that place had at length aroused from ZZTr81* m„lne rrx ZZ tb°ir leth"Sy «P" improvement dinous auditory attracted by the enounce- had come ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ here (a few months ago) the public square, CORRESPONDENCE. Washington, D. C., Feb. S, 18o8. Mb. Editor:—Possibly, as has appeared in "The Telegraph" b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1858

THE WEEKLy TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1858. Bp* . -\9 UNITED STATES MAILS. Pose Optics Department, > December 31, 1857. / PB0P08ALS will be. received at the ntnot Oficof tkis Department until P. M., of WedoM^y, <Mareh 31, 1858, the " 1* of the United fcr four years, commencing July 1* 1868, aad ending Jane 30, 1862, in the State of Texas, on the routes and by the i herein specified. i to to wade by April 24,1858. (• carefully the fornu and autructiom In Orleans, La., by GalreUon, Tax., Port Oanlla, and W Salle, to In- 540 mllea and bask, twice a week r Orleani Wednesday and Saturday ' at 8* m; Arrive at getreston Friday and Monday by Kia; tmn Salreston Saturday aad Tuesday at 4 Arrirs at Indlanola next days by IS m; Ssn Iadianola Tuesday and Friday at 2 p m Air! re at Galveston next days at 10 a m; I OalTeston Wednesday and Saturday at i-vj i- 7 at Itew Orleans Friday and Monday |mj p m. Bids to raia three times a week, daily, and by a ptoesaed sekedule, are inytted. V...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17,1858. NEW ORLEANS. ST. CHARLES EXCHANGE ' HOTEL, NSW ORLRANS, LOUISIANA, HALL k HIIDttETH, Proprietors. Lcaltlua Curiae* B«p«itMrr- CAAJLIA 6E8— CARRIA OES. JUST received pei ships Or phan, Dictator and other late 1 arrival!, from the manufacto ""a large and eomp,ete assortment, comprising Coaches, Rockaways. Barouches, Doable Baggies, Side-Beat, do., Baggies with or withsat tops, and al- most every kind in general use suitable for the city and coantrj trade. For sals low and on accommo- dating terms by W, W. CBANB It CO , [marl8 ly. Carondelet at., Union Row. N. O. Removal. Louisiana Steam Clothing Manufactory. The subscribers bare removed from No. 175 to Nos. 165 aad 107 Canal Street, in the tame block. The spacious building In which they have now established their munnumetory.wlll enable them to keep up with the increased demand for their substan- „ tial and well-made PLANTATION CLOTHING; and thankful Tor the spreading patronage bestow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1858

educational. EVEN THE undersigned •chooj building So n day the 7th of scholars should Houston Nov. ao,tt Sea carti of Mr. MoAnulty, Stencil cntter. The plates are very useful. tndevery body should have one $ e new advertisements of Hay & "* ir. handed in a week or two ago. we> neglected to call attention to through inadvert&nce. It is needless to (say that theiratociafl very large and wett assorted afid their vHces calculated not only to di*aw keep it. • . . . V t %W^JtAIN STREET. ^ ^ V Ifow Yorkers are deTiaiag measures for the relief of Broadway, why not we of Hous- ton fpr the relief of Main street? Broadway •„ Js choked up with business, but Main street in>et with mud. Both fiil to,sub- serve the purposes of streets. Both are the * mfiin arteries of their respective cities, both - "iust be "fixed" in One way or another. Several plans hare been canvassed for tint permanent improvement of our streets '• generally and this in particular. One sug- gest the laying of ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1858. £. H. CTTSHDfG, Editor. WBDNBSDAf, ZBBBUABTM, 1858. DEJIOCBAIIC STATE TIOK E T SUetion, first Monday in Augur*. P r Chief Jnrtiee: .^RQYAL-T. WHEELER* (or oalt*8tok. CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, Jro* ton xixd oouhtt. MALCOLM "iX GSSAM, o* Mi* cocayr. -jff RANDOLPH, Of HOO TOS COffSTT. r Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEME>TT R. JOHNS, of hats county. -■£«£, ■ ' j^See the adTertisemeiit of Messrs. W. H. Lane ft Co., of Barton, Texas. Give them a e*H. , - - ■ -"0* Xa, We call atteiiUoa to tie card of Bosh Wilson & Co., at the B. K. Terminus. It ll.a good firm , ^ — xbt party at the Old Capitol last evening, is spoken of by those who were pre«ent, as a pleasant affair.. S^On account of the norther, we sup- pose, the boavls detuned., end we are with- out later news from New Orleans at the hour if going to press. lea tb g&f See advertisement "for sale" in another column. Any person desiring a a small house would do well to examin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1858. MAILS. t Ornor. Dbpabtxskt. \ December 31, 1867. ) * rili W received at the l this Department until nesdaj, March 31, 1858, . „e mails of the United gum Ior luut years, commencing July 1, 1C58, and ending June 30, 1862, in the State«f Texas, on the routes and by the herein specified, n by April 24, 1868. j tke fornu and mttmcliom r Orleans, L*., by OalTestan, Tel., Part Caemllo, and La bile. t" In , Lilies and bask, twice • " *ek Leafs He* Orletns Wedpeiday nd Saturday Arrive*at Salrsston IHday and Monday by 1i iT Salrerton Saturday and Tuesday at 4 Ar'riT. at Indianola next days by B m: Lwre IndianolaTuesday and Friday t pm krr'Tftii Qnlreston next days at 10 a m; Lsars Myesto'n Wednesday and Saturday at tetiiTit Hew "Orleans Friday and Monday times Wiek. £aily,and by T schedule, are invited. tarn Sew Or!e*ns:Ls..to Brasos Santiago. Sez.SM miles sad beck, twice each month. Mare Mew Orleans ftr-t and third week of •ach month, Thir d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 February 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1858. ■i > 1AWJEB8.V JOHN JtBtlNBEB, Itoiner at L««ui 3«iies Collecting k [ad'pcudsncs. 7^mi. f<in IP 5S ^ .J$£sa* jr. BALDWIN, •wsr * *- «" w^'i*£iT £2*1 m Mi|M J W (eiidenou 4c Job", i ttAvners at Hotaton, Texas, will A. *""!fq.!??fa^c0 >Uar&9 state. L>mu JJLMES W. WISSEt 4 ttorner a* u w Houston. Texas,~-0t~ lice uear th9 OU Capitol. fM r 11-W. ilornef nor thy^VCai h au ch V. .OB© r, i ttorneT nd Couimellor atLaw, \ Beontyh, Bratos Count. Tex at. ffSS'T CAGE Sc WtNSEi A iMrneri at law, Hou J\jrflee opiHjsite the old Capitol. law,Uotulon Tw,~0<- - [mar 20-ly-__ - v-i«. * -- n —" ' r i nay' At tawL r««r wiw-jaS"'" A"""* ., -C. L..' JOH A* • *? ; *' t ttorn6T at €j W. and Notary-Public j i HouHo^Tex**, 'Wi att«d promptly to 11 businessentrusted to his care. — i. W. H.WBE OBi a ttanurat Law 4 General Agent, Houston, 0,d Capitol JtaiB at. Ha will aueo 1 f the caption of claim, and land b«meas •hrottgtoattttf State.- * [no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 March 1858

jpigrap|. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,1868. jgF Anathw frosty sight is followed to- day by a clev sky end a. bright sun. j0 Godey for March is received. The engraving "The Mother's Blessing," is ItelWMtfiftL C . " '' "" f0TThose interested will do well to no- tie* tie next meeting of the Mechanic's As- •oociation, which takes place at the Council Chamber next Wednesday night. Such an Association as this, when rightly conducted may be the means of a great deal of good.— We trust all the mechanics of Houston will join the Association, and take an active in- l in its success and prosperity. 0ALvas .—The News of yesterday has a Partial announcement of the next Alma - nac, to be issned from that office. It will eontain biographies of the two Whartons and of .Gen. S. F. Austin. A personal nar- rative of the events of the resolution,ftc. &c., and will be a publication of great interest. "D. B." writing from New Orleans, ex- poses the lottery humbug of M. R. Smith & Co. Those papers whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 March 1858

^nm -,r. • THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1858, Cekgra^. £. H. CT7SHJLHG, Editor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1858. DEIKOCRATIC STAT E TICK E T . Mlteluat, First Monday m Axgutl. P«r Chief Jnrtice: ROYAL T. WHEELER, 'or GAivisTOJr. Far Auaciate Justice: C0N3TA1JTIKE W. HOCKLEY, Of IOKT BS3D COUSTT. Far Attorney General: MALCOLM D. GRAHAM, O* KU3K COmtTT. Fer State Treasurer: C. H. RANDOLPH, or houstos cocstt. Far Osmptrtilsr of Public Accounts: CLEMENT R. JOHNS, Of HATS COUNTY. Mr. E. ?. Lovmnoe, the regular Clerk of this office. Is authorized to receive and receipt for money due the Telegraph. ay We are authorize ! to announce BEX. K. ROPER fortne office of Chief Justice of Harris county. Election SS~ We are authorize! to announce E. RIORDAN fw t.teoSlce of District Clerk of HarrlaCo. Election in Ann*. feb2S. Candidates for office, desiring to be announced in the Telegraph will accompn ny their notice with the usual fee or it will in no case receive attention. We were sorry to l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 March 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,1858* united states mails. pom Onus dmpamhmt. 1 December 81, 1857. J PROPOSALS will be receded at the n ■ office of this Department until jTM.,ofW^«d 7. M«h 81 1858, tor oonvaring the mails of the United n.- — for four re*rs, commencing July I 1858, gad ooiioj J una 3),-1862, in the Sut*«jf Te s, on the routes ud by the I herein specified. i lie made by April 24, 1868. ( carefully the form* and iiutruetioru c (trmrrff/) teas New Orletas. L*.,Hy rHlvoitin. Tex.. SaMrta. PortOavallo, ud t,i J ule. t In dUaiU.SU miles and baek, twice a week Lem^e^MMeans We Inesday and Sxtortiay Irin"lAlveston frilay and Monday by °-—*" ad Tuesday at * Mrri's at Indlaaolanext day, by 12 ■; Lean Iadlaa-n* t 'l« an.l fnJjj "Pm Arriveat Galveston next ilars at I® * m: Lean Galveston Wednesday and Saturday at Hew Orleana t'riiay and Monday Bids to ran three timet a w*k daily, and by a pr tp .lad ichi lali, lantwi. from New Orleans. La. to drains -antngi. Tex SS mile,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 March 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1858. LAWYERS.* JOHN ALBXANDEI trney m* Law and 9 en era T. Vina, — BhimmU.-, Lovndes Cb., Ala. Galrestou. IfcraJ. w. Siu.rosu Jr., HaynevBU, Lowndes Co., Ala. HUGHES & SAUNDERS. factors, aEXXRAL COMMISSION. RECEIVING A FOB- WARDING MERCHANTS, k COLLECTING AGKNT8,—GALVESTON, TEXAS. Advances made on Consignments, Special atten tion given to the tale of cotton and other produce , and to the filling of orders. All business personally attended to. )ly Agents for Daniel Pratt's Cotton Gins, also, forP lactation Horse Mills. Pt^rc* a Bacon, Boston, Pirxinsa (jo., N. Orleans. Wm. p. C0HTKX5S * Co. iY.rSCQBT, Blair k Co., 44 John H. Brower * Co. " Wm. HxxdlykCo.,OaJveston GujczrsCo.M'idg(m,'yrAlaJk B Nichols k Co. J. H. Murpht k Co. " McDowell, Withers k Co., Bqtxjlx k McRsa, Mobile, Mobile, Ala., Daniel Pratt, qf PratvxUc Ala. Oct. 27. *7, ill. ' «- Imdepoodense, Texas. jao 18 '3P o. ^tunwy jr. I1LBWIK, a* Lair, Honston, T«« Hot. 11857-1y J W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 March 1858

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1858. g^^By reference to the card, in another column, of our friends, Win. C. Broadwell ft Co., K will be seen they have removed to the oommodious building formerly occupied by John S. Sellers, where they are prepared •ad will be happy to see their patronn and Ihe puHic generally. Call round. have bad the pleasure of a call from W. D. Chanfbers, Esq., the good-look- - ing and gentlemanly editor of the Waco Southerner, who is on his way to Galveston yi business connected with his readable and -justly popular journal. It is pleasant to take By the hand our brethren of the quill with whom one becomes acquainted through the medium of their writings. ^ ^ TEXAS ITEMS. The San Antonio Texan learns that Wm. McCulloch was killed"in Atascosa county by R. Slaughter. Some family difficulty was said to be the cause of the affray. Slaugh- ter, it seems, justified Uis appellation. The same paper says the court-martial in that city has closed, and the prisoner, Capt. N. 6. Evans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 March 1858

PI THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1858. ftfr* Ctlep||t x. h. cusHnra, rafbr. WEDNESDA Y, MARCH 10, 1858. ■IHtC ritic • TAT E T.I c K E T . SUetion, tint Monday in A*gu*t. For Chief Justice: ROYAL T. WHEELER, [OF QALVB3TON. FcrAflKisto Justice: CONSTAlTTII^frr BU CKLEY, or FOBT BBHD COUNTY. malcoSHx graS'am, of - BUSK COUBTY. y L C. H. RANDOLPH, Of HOU9TOJI COUHTT. Per Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEMENT R. JOHNS, ot says county. • say Ws Are authorized to announce BEN. E. ROPER Tor thebffice of Chief Justice of Harris county. Section _ tep 7A. for toe office of District Cle" August. JfUUL 'UTec tlffll4 fV feb 26. We are authorised Co announce BURCHARD candidate for the office of County Clerk of County, at the ensuing August election. ter We are authorized to announce G. W. FRAZIER as a candidate for the office of Sheriff or Harris county at ^he ensuing August election. jOT We are authorized to annoanoe W. A. DALY for tfco office of District Clerk. Election in August....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 March 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH lO, 1858. * mriTSl) STATES MAIL'h ■ «, VoST Office Department, 1 December 81, 1837. j PROPOSALS will be received at the Contract Office of this Department until 3, P. K., of Wednesday, March 31, 18o8, for conveying the mails of the United States for four years, commencing July 1, 1858, and ending Jane 30, 1862, in the Stale of Texas, on the routes and by the schedules herein specified. Decisions to be made by April 24, 1858. (Examine carefully the firms and instructions annexed.) (Mi Iron Het Orleua, U., by 8«l?eston. Tel., Saluria, PortCavallo, and La Salle, to I - 0 dSwola, 540 miles and back, twice a week ,reSew Orleans Wednesday and Saturday lltin at Qalveston Friday and Monday by Lee?* Galveston Saturday and Tuesday at 4 Indlanolanext days by 12 m; r Indianola Tuesday and Friday at spm Iveat Galveston next days at 10 a m; Galveston Wednesday and Saturday at Antte*a New Orleans Kriday and Monday Bids to run three times atoeek. dally, and by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 March 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1858. LAWYERS. iBHY ALEXANDER, inraer * lavui General Collecting fc AT«Bi. Indepsndtnes. Haas. ]tn 18 '5B ly. . T. BALDWIN, at La«i Houston, Texas Sot. 11837-ly ^ilorney M W. Henderson fcJ M Johnson, _ 4 tMraefi si Late, Houston, Texas. will XV pr.elica in .11 tha Conrti of the Sate. [M3Sly liSIES W. WTilKE, 4 ttarseT st Law. Tex«, -0f- A flee am tka Oi l C pit t. [M r 11-1 v. HABXill V. fiVEST, A Manser and Counsellor at Law, Bf—Willi, Bj-tios Count f. Texas, [f25ly 'CASE <k WYNNE, Attorney* at Law, Houston Tsxas,—0( flee opoo itBth« old Capitol. fmarSO-ly. ff tt. J. riLBEB, Attorney at Law, Mntfnti. Texas. Will practicc in Montgomery, Orimes aod Waiter coanMet [Pee 19-ly. C . L. JORDAN \ ttorney at Law and Nota*t Poiuic, ^ V Houtton. Taut, will attend promptly to all bailee.. entraited U> hla ore. [Jan 7-1 y J. ff. iawbesce, a ttornev at Law ^ General Agent, Houston, A. Office opposite Lie Old Capitol,Main it. He will atten 1 «<■...

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