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

. - Cfr lfefegr^ WEDNE3DA Y, MARCH 10, 1868. jff* TOy} Mexican Mustang Liniment Md Park's Balaam of Wild Cherry and Tar, advertised in to-day's paper, are of world- wide oatsbrity. Tlwy are good things. jMp We are indebted to Mrs. W.B. Walker, of this city, for some early strawberries frtu her gardens, which, on .trial, were fclt to be delicious. This matter of rais- 0 ing strawberries and other fruits is one our paeple shMld attend to. It is not less com- mttdabUUaa the practice of somo of our frianda of presenting the editor with a sam- ple of their products. fre are always v i I Thi Cmuu of yesterday publishes a esrd of its junior editor, in which he de- ito support Judge Bnekley. 4p ong ihe says:— 1 "It is true that no formal charge has been brought against Judge Buckley—it is not the less true, that the tongue of slander should be often unheeded—but when a man presentr%Msclf as an applicant for confi- deaoe, trust, the highest that can be aeposed, and on. which rests the well-b...

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

THE WEEKLV TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 185$. Hg CUSHISQ, Editor. 4t, march it, 1808. Hexoc rat tc T A IT E T I C K E T . MeetitQ, First Monday in mdugvst. TorChirf JggtUH ^ T. WHEELER. O# 44LVSST0X. Justice: % INE W4 BUCKLEY. liEN'F COCJiTT. r Attorney General-- jOUtyD. GRAHAM, * , or BC3K cocsfr. . , For State Treasurer: f '% H. RANDOLPH. \pV HQjjlTO^COtSTY. # ; of Public Accounts: R. JOHNS, H A Y$_ G^l^TY. of FORT T*r i&m&m fHH g jg August. ice BEN". E. ROPER slice o£Harris county. Election iSS* W>are anffeorized \o an For the otfictfttf District Clerk of J ** ^August. ►Un ce BURC of County ( RIORDAN Election in CHARD] Clerk of % nty, at the election. Gr. W. FRAZIER eriffof Harris county at a < an- Ifclate 5w the <T®ce o ensuing August election. to announce DALY for Electloaln August- texas items. Tta Columbia Democrat and Planter says tharthe rain of the 8th was very timely in Brazoria county. There never was st> good a prospect for a fine crop in that cou...

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

■ B THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17,1858. — * * % UNITED STATES MAIL<? ■ Office Dbpab.tmknt. Deoember 31, 1857. Witt be received at the of this Department until 3, p. *M., of Wednesday, March 31, 1858, for eonreying the mails of the United States for- four years, commencing July 1, 1858, and ending Julie 30, 1862, in the State of^Texas, on the routes and by the schedules herein specified. < Decisions to be made by April 24, 1858. (Examine carefully the forms and instructions annexed.) 8501 from New Olleana, L ., by dalreston Tex., SftlarU, Port Omrallo, and 1* 9 «e. to_ - dianola, 5 mtlea and back, twicea wee* XeanHeir^fleani Wednesday and Saturday AndteiVT&alveJton Friday and Monday by LearofiaiVeston Satordaj and Tuesday at 4 Arrive'at Indianola next days by 12 m; t-aT_. indianola Tuesday and Friday atSpm t Arrive at Galveston next days at 10 a m; teare Oalreaton Wednesday and Saturday at Arrlremt New Orleans Kriday^nd Monday by 5 p m. Bid*to ran three times a ...

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

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1858. LAWYERS. JOHN ALEXANDER, Altera«y** Law and General Collecting iga fedefendem*. Texas. Jan 18 '58 ly- O. J. BALDW1K, AU«r«ejr at law, Honston, Texas ■ Wot. 11857-1 y_ HetitnMtleki J*kM*at ttarneri at Lav, Beastta, Texas, will practice in all the Ooaru ttt the State. [MM ly A JAMES W. Trr#JtE at tsmw, Heasfn, Texas,--Ot- . ttee dear'the OIJ 0 pift. [mw11-1t. KABTIN V. GUEST, ttoraer ami Coantellor at Law, i. BenstiUe, ft« Cfuity. Texts, [f 85ly Adage * wvnne, ctontofa at Law, Houston Tits,—Ot- gee oppo«it%the old Oapltol. Tmar 80-ly. B. J*. MLOCBi A ttaraey at Law, Jf «(/•*•' J\. Will practice In Montgomery, Urii Wrnlknr eoantiea r"— aw, jK>vni7. Tests. Montgomery, lirimei and fPec 19-ly. C. L. JOB D A K . at Law and Norxar Pcauc, V Itornej at Law and Hota*t Pen ji. BHiln, Texts, will attend promptly to ha<lneaa«ntraited to hia care. [Jnn 7-1 J. W. 11WHESIE, . A ttenavatLW fc General Agent, Boaston, J\. Otfice opposite the Old Ca...

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

■■■ ■ W Cekgra^lj. WEDNESDAY, JtARCH 1858. SV After a rainy, terday, ft cleared off brig like, tills morning. storing day yes- (and Spring 19* We are indebted to the Postmaster General for a copy of his report for the year 1867. It is an interesting hook. g&- The Freemason Monthly Magazine,, by C. W. Moore, Boston, stands deservedly at the htw^jd Miijfee publications in this country, race $2 per year. t/S^ The Atlantic Monthly for March is at hand.' This is the new Boston Magazine which has attracted no little attention lately. Concerning it we will say more ifrhen we re&d it. of C.* D. pj 11 in Sayre, Galveston. Mi«artis§me&t This # cheapest clothing establishment we •have ever bought at in Texas. Galvxstoh.—The Civilian reports the arrival of the bark Nueces, seventy-five days frton Liverpool. It was a long trip. N xhe Civilian says that the Union Fire and Company at Galveston has paid $7,600, the amount of cotton insured by it on the Gov. Pease. We had the pleasure-ye...

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

-BBS* THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1858. S. H. CTJSHIHG. Editor. WEDNESDAY, MARCH24, 1858~ ^ tKKOCKi TIC I'TA T E T I g K E T . JfW Monday m auyiur. F«r Chief Justice: BOYAL T. WHEELEK, . ' 01 OAiTMTOK. CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, *% TQ*X mil COUHTT. MALCOLM D- GRAHAM, OF BCSJC CPU***- (TH. RANDOLPH, OF HO€8TOH (JOUOTT. Ft Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEMENT R. JOHNS. Of HATS cousit. rsSffl tWMt- te""- W« «e antiiorlxed to announce E. RIORDAN' of Btatrfct Clerk of Htrrls Co. Election In feD 26. We ire anthorixed to announce BURCHARD — *• trr the office of County Clerk of County, at the enailng August election. ma* We «re authorised to announce G. W. FRAZIER ** acaraildate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county at jhetnaulngAugust election. jcr We are authorised to announce W. A. DALY for Ifcaoffice of District Perk. Mectfon to August. fgf Candidates for office, desiring to be fcanounced in the Telegraph will accompa- ny their notice with the usual fee or it will In...

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

! tan — 11 ■ ■ - THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24,1858. MARCH 18, 4 , hntke N. I. Picayune. DpBSTICKS GETS MARRIED. „ ' We've taken a partner for life, and I're get a wife. In my room * pair of brown * gaiters occupy the corners where our boot- jaekaawlto bang, ud we flatter ourselves that Pre made aifKd bargain in the ex- change. l0$w take a renewed interest in -A~.the.priceof beef, and we bully our batcher •" with the air of a respectable married man. We buy my potatoes now myself, and we arc Dot to be easily bamboozled out of my spam change by anybody. But I am not a " male&otor," and I did not go on a"train." We hare finished all 119 "trains," and I henceforth claim for ourself name of a ge«wewill not take into my moutIf,1w* aur Iija shall be sealed when the festive "cockail'U would tempt me to indulge—nor shall the "cobbler?" or the genial "julep " or the seductive "smash," induce me.to frac- ture our resolution. Ourself is the'bUt judge of the proprieties of my do...

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

LAWYERS. iOHR ALnUN A ttoraey at towud General Collecting j n 18 *5fi ly- . ■ J.- D. J. BALDim, Actaner *t Law, ffmrn, r««< ______ Hot. 1 18S7-ly_ I W. S«ader« a k Ishn AtMraar* at tew. Ewin, practice in all the Court* of thoBtate. [MUly JA KS W. KriWEi Attanrar at Law, H*uun.Tuas,'-Ot- Rco near tha Old Capitol- [Marll-ly- HABTIil T. OPKST, I Law, [f siy RAILROADS, STAGES & STEAMERS. Houston Tap Road. THE Caraof Houston Branch Railwav will hereafter ran aatbllowa: . Leave Houston Tuesday's, Thursday's and Saturday* * atT crctock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. ^Mondj^'s^Wednesday and Ifriday at o'clock A. M. No freight taken, other thw hand packages on tha early trains. WM. POWERS Supt. Nov. 30. u'. '57. , ... GIOC * Attaraeya a*JL*' j , too oppoiitoth* old Capitol. VTNNE, W, Houston Texas,—Of- ~ ;m&r 20-1 y. B. J.PALJIER, a f touiey at Law, Mmtgamrt;- Texas. Will practice ia Montgomery, Grimes and Walker eountio* [Dee 18-ly. . C L JOBBiN . ■j at Law and Nota t Puaue. ~ — - vi|...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1858

■ card of Tremont House and Restaurant, fat another column. For tran- * sient persona, who desire plain,, substantial accommodations, at economical prices, this WEDNESDAY, MARCS 24, 1858 0 * V -> The question for debate before the Ljceum^ on Saturday night last, was, " Is it the Interest of UwrSouth to Dissolve the Union t" So vast was the field opened for discussion—such a general wish prevailed song the members to hear what each one ted to say, that the debate was continued oveir on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday exgning. It is again open for discussion to-night. Without particularizing, we can only saj that some of the speeches made hj members on this question Lave been creditable to the society and to themselves," some of them showing extensive reading: and comprehensive mindsE""- J^-See the act amendatory to the tax i of this Slate, published in large type irhere in this paper. We pUtitin that *siyfc£t.the instance of our county anthori- tiea^-for the information of all the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1858

®fP V - —MgHtf JIU ■ 4^^>«3gp - |V~H THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1858. mm* ■*. 8. 8. 0VBI ms, Editor. WeDNMSDdr, MARCH 31, 1868. DE HOC*ATIC TAT E TIQK E T . SUction, fSrtt Monday m jLugvst. - * ~ o KaflUafJaglln • ROYAL T. WHEELER, ■ar CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, or TORT MO Wuxi. MALCOLM*^ &BAHAM, OF HOU8TOR COUNTY. > «f Public Accounts: CMENT R. JOHNS, 0 SATS COUICTT. li SKSffiLtK'S ; Angnat. W. E. ROPER Election feb 24. We areanthoriied to aim^mce^g. RIORDAX for tlie office of District Clerk of W Election in feb 26. MflUfr Harrii Count e are authorised to announce BURCIIARD , as candidate for the office of County Clerk of County, at the ensuing August election. t&" We are authorized to announce G. W. FBAZIER « a candidate for the office of Sheriff ot Harris the ensuing August election. a county at tsr We are authorized to announce W. A. DALY for the office of District Clerk. Election in August. Middling unchanged; Mixed lists decked Southern Flour, steady...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1858

sps* pp ♦ • M- THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1,1858. * fflip- IATK3T .YEWS. • B/ theStMM mail and Jones' Express we have our New Orleans files to Thursday morning- We hate ao late^Cur opean news than *l*fc r6©eWed*J>y the Arabia, which Kfca published. in osilttt. Fobxiqk. ' Tennessee srrifed at New OlfeuB fi om Vera Crux on the -5th with Bfexiotn gapers from the 21st inst. Vera Crux Is under martial law.Hostile movements throughout the State. The reactionary forces made no headway and Zaloaga has little chance of securing tbie adhesion of the State. Scheagary had formed a reactiona- ry government in Jalapa, afterwards ad- vancing designing to attack Vera Crui. No fettle was fought, but Echeagary retreated •qd one hundred his men deserted to the , He had expected the of, Perote and Vera Cruz to pro- i, in favor of Zuloaga. i the interior of Mexico- the "rumors . #e conflicting and unintelligible. A rumor intone of the Liberalist papers would how- ever, lead one to think t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 March 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1858. m i * ■ l(W"^ "> ^ LAWYERS.! JOHN ALEUHDEB, ■dttr and QeaeralCollecting ■-•^Ti>a18'58 ly- Au i*«r „ . Ageat, Mtrndtacf. Tew. •of J. BALDWIN at Uw, Houston. Texas Rot. 11857-ly JT IT. Iftadentn ft Jsbn Johnson! 4 ItWMfl at Lair, B*tastes, Texas, will j\ pracUoein sll the Courts of the Sum. [M251j JAMES W. WYSSE, ~ LttW, Houston, Texas.--Of- "apjwt: 4^ — EDUCATIONAL. EVESL\G SCHOOL. ; - THE undersigned wlB open an evening school. In tbe school building in rear of the Episcopal Church, on Mon- day tire 7th of December! provided a sufficient number of scholars should apply. J. S. NORTON. Houston Nov. 30,tf. [Mar 11-1 t. MARTn V. GUEST, i twrnir and Counsellor at; Ji. Roonssilli, Mrmzos Coioaiy. Tens. ff*3jf v CAGE * WINUE, I TS Id Capitol. fmar 28-ly. A ttorney. at Law, Houslm Tim',—Of' XJL Use opposite theold C ' ' ~ .A. Witt practice i; Walker counties b.j. pa l jie k , ttorney at JLaw, Jfntgsmtrf, Texas. la, Montgomery, Grimes an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1858

WSDNBSDA T, MARCH 81, 1868. MP* Hob. pay 5t Bryan ku oar thanks tor valuable public document# and other fevon. fST8«e card of Geo. Goldthwaite, a first rate man, a good lawyer, attentive to busi- ness, and always prompt and ready. He will do to tie to. The train of the Central road this morning wag made np of seventeen loaded eara of merohasdixe, averaging more than ten tona*to the oar, making in all over 170 tons of freight. Thia is the heaviest train that ever weat o«t of Houston. The road is now orowded with busineas. The non-arriTal of the Neptunp last night has created some painfull cpprehen- sions for her safety in the storm of Monday night. The Island City met her at some distance below Clapper's bar, and she must have been in the neighborhood of Red Fish bar when the storm struok her. If it was as severe as at this point, there is reason to fear that she may have blown ashore or foundered. The passengers, however, per Island City, say that there was little wind, comparativel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1858. fc Cekppjj. E. H. CtrSHnra. Editor. WEDNESDA r. APRIL 7, 1858. «®C«ATIC TAT E TICK E T . Election, first Monday w August. T*r Chief Jwtiea: ROYAL, T. WHEELER, £p> QALTK8TOW. (NSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, O* TOM BBSD COCHTT. MALCOLM D. GRAHAM, or kttsk cot'stt. c. H. RANDOLPH, OF HOUSTON COUNTY. For Comptroller of Pmfclic CLEMENT R. JOHNS, OF HATS COUNTT. __' We sre antnorlied to announce BBN.E. ROPER ftheoffloe of Chlaf Justice of Hsrris conntj. I August. Election ftb 24. -■Weare authorised to announce K. RIORDAN he office of District Clerk of Harris Co. HrcUon In iet> 26. . We are authorized to announce BTTRCHAKD JSR as candidate for the office of County Clerk of i County, at the ensuing August election. We are authorized to announce G. W. FRAZIER ■•candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harris county at " £ ensuing August election. mm* We are authoriaed to announce W. A. DALY for office of District Clerk. Election In August. j :—I res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7,1858. ; SORTS Of ITRMS. Tke etty of Syracuse, so long the grand foeoa Ifc wMek Abolition Conventions cen- tered, bi given • Democratic majority of of 0TtP 200 at tke late spring elections. The platlorv npon which their Mayor was nom- inated,snstains the President in theLecomp- The Sew York and Philadelphia papers are Ml of the religions rewrals in those cftW It ia said thourands are being added to the Tarieus churches. There is a rumor that Bdwin Forrest,the actor, has been con- ▼ertoA. The Delta wanU to see the criminal laws mote rigidly enforced in New Orleans. There i« a great deal said about theory n-r1 uianH— The much talked of and more laughed at snhfect of spiritualism has just a noTel direction in the town of Hume, N. tr Atletor Mix, a "leading spiritual- ist," a now - setting" upon a doien egga„ for the purpose of hatching them himself. The spirit of some departed old hen has directed him to do this, and he piously per- forms the ven...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 April 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1858. LAWYERS.' A JOHN ALBXANDBB, (t«ta*T at Law and General Collecting Texas. jan 19 'SB ly O. JT. BALOWIKi lutrner at Lawi ««'« . Tvm >«r « " Hot. 1 1857-1 v JT w. HwritorM* k Attaraari at taw. praeticeinall th« Court* of tha 3ut«. [Matly MiBTIN V 6BEST, A ttoraer aa< at Law, r .', r-,~- f>9.v CASE * Wlf*NJ5, Att*ra*r< at L W, Boutton Tezat,—Ot- 4m opoo lt« th« old Capitol. Fmar 80-ly. ft • J • PALSEBi i ttorney *t tow, Mtmtgand'i, T"": A. Wiil practice in Montgomery, Crime* and "Waitercoaatla* [See 1>-Iy. . S. W. LVWBESIE, a ttern*VStfcBWk Oeneral Agent, Hout ton, A oaMbppo.itTJ.OldOapi* «,Jlaln■* HtX' atteni I.-t&e collection of clainuPand land bust*** throughout the State. r""T " at, p. rciiUiis A TTOBWif at LAff Butt**, Ttzat, r\ practices in all tin CoarU of tile 7th Jadlcia I District. Office—norta ide of Courthouse square. Jaly <th 1857 twly. aa T a. raaaim. uu. kkch. Parkins * Keech, Attaraaft at Law and Lavs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1858

Cbt ®ri-®Wsli ftlegrapji, . D Aovntivl to News, Polltlca, Internal improve- C(je Ufeelifi) EefegrapO r!nnt^in «D the leading articles, the N ews. Commercial 2SS?^d ffisceameous paragraphs Ofthe Trt-Weck- published every Wednesday morning. 91jt tfomnurrial Sidcgrapl) Is devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and is deatened to aflbrd the merchant a condensed summary of all matters of interest in this and other markets, in- rjodtpgprices current fbr the information of his cr sto- mas. It is Issued every Thursday afternoon at 2 o elk. Weekly, per anntm^Ui advance $ 3 CO ■Cluboften ... ... 25 CO \ for mailing. o 10 * per annum, in advance 8 00 , per 1C3 copies....— Address, 3 CO 50 : 1 75 E. H. CUSHING, Publisher. ^flfgrnplj Calrakr 00 ©x 00 Jufl, 23 24 25 26 15 16 ■ 23 III i: 00 00 22 23 29," 5 12131 2; 3 9W 16 17 23 30 12 3 8 9! 10 15! 16! 17 22123 24 29 3D 2j 3 910 16! 17 23 24 5 12,13 19'20 26 27 3 10 11 17 18 19f: 24125 -il iljif 16 21 [22 23 28i29 18|19 25|26 30 6 7 13 14 20 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1858. — "SMlq ^tlfgrapl). 1. H. CTTSHDrO. Editor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1858. • HOC *1tic STAT E TICK E T Election,' Piret Monday in Augve'. For Chief Jutice: ROYAL T. WHEELER. Of OALTMTOH. OONSTANTINE W^BUCKLEY or ro T bus cocstt. ... a, FcrAttmiy Chotnl: MALCOLM D. GRAHAM, or rusk cocxtt. P«rSt*toTr* rerer: C. H. RANDOLPH, or h0csto5 countt. Par Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEMENJ Rr JOHNS, or hats cotnrrr. 0- We an tnuDrtted to announce BEN. E. ROPEK for theoffice of chmf Ju ttce of Harris county. Election In Anpiat. WK /W We are authorized to announce E. RIOKDAN for the office of District Clark of Harrla Co. Election In Aafnat. feb 28- fife are authorized to announce BUSCHAKS MflXER, •a candWate for the office of County Clerk of Karrli County, at the eroulug August election. B3" We are authortxedto announce 9. W. FRAZIER mi candidatefbr tbe office of Sheriff of Harrla county at he ensnlng August election. . We are authorized to annou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14,1858. ftiefklq Cplfgrapli. mm AT. APRIL 9, 1868. )9*Sm notice of Capt. J. M. Smith of Warn. We hid a slight hail storm yester- day morning, which cooled the air very hattdaonwly. . J9*0ur' friend, Dave Richardson, the immortal "D E" of the News is spending a day or two with us and as usual making the most welcome visitor we ever have. He la a good fellow, ia"D R" and if any body denies it, he has got us to quarrel with, that s all. ■ _ . mb When in ordinary private inter- eouraa of friends a gentleman does a re- markably graceful thing,.he is worthy of especial notice. That is so, and such was the AmI when oar Mend A. M. Gentry pre- l the other day, the editor hereof an i hundred of the best cigars that ever smoked in Houston. We are very lit- tle of a smoker, but we have friends who know what's what, and have learned the way to oar office, and they all unite in say- ing that these rolls of the weed are the ne plus ultra, and worth at least ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 April 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1858. LAWYERS. uaraerat UVind General Collecting L. Agent, Iniiymdlnno, Tout. Jan 18 '58 ly. ^tfnwy JT. BALDWIN, rnt La«) HwlM, Tsxas No*. 11857-1y J W. Henderson * John Johnson, Attorneys t Law, Btusttn, Texas, will practice In all the OoarU of the State. [M331y JUBTIN V. GUEST, ttoraey and. Counsellor at Law, L B nniO l Braus C k*tj, Texas. [f 251 y CAGE 4c WYNNE, ttorneys at Law, Houston Texas,—Of- L lea opposite the old Capitol. 'niar -jd-ly. B.J.fALIEB, Attorney at Law, Montgomery, Texas> Will practice in Montgomery, Grimes and Walfe*r counties [Pec 19-ly. J. W. LAWRENCE, a ttonUVltLaW^ General Agent, Houston, A Office opposite the Old CapitoI,Maiu St. He will attenl to tits collection of claims and land business throughout the State. ln0T I . 'flLLEK A TTOBNET at LAW Houston, Texas, /\ Practices In all the Courts of the 7th Judicial District. Office—nortn side of Courthouse square. July 6th 1857 twly. wtimi i. minus. ^ kmcb. Perkin...

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