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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1858

r devoted to News, Politics, Internal Improve- ment* Uteratare, Ac.. is issued every Monday, Wat -T~*-r aad trMay evening, at S o'clock. Weeftfg Cefegrapfj Contains all the leading articles, the News, Commercial . . matter, and Miscellaneous paragraphs of the Tri-Weet- • jju.id fa published every Wednesday morning. - ®t)t Commercial QCcItgrapt) It devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and Is deafened to aflbrd the merchant a condensed summary afaOmatten of interest in this and other markets, In- cluding prices current for the Information of his custo- mers. It la issued every Thursday afternoon at 2 o elk. TERMS: annum, in advance— $ 3 00 . 35 00 w 10 per annum, In advance 8 00 nercial Telegrrap&, per 100 copies-— 3 00 ; Address "" E. H.'flOBHDi'o'PubUaLer. conies for mailing I JULT. 14 15 16 AUGUST Fn'r. 9 1011 16 17 Oct b 13 14 15 16 17 19 20'21 26 27-28 XOT'B. 14 15 28 29 £ ax for 1$M. -6 s | ! 5 3? §■ & *: & i *: _ —: _ _ 1 2 13 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 U 12 1.1 14 15 16...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1858

jBPqMjg * Mr MORS OF TEE INDIANS IfSlllftt , MAY 26, 1868. BOB mm THE WEEKliY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26,1858. Iejioc ratio STAT E T I C -K E T SUetion, First Monday m August. For Chief Justice: ROYAL T. WHEELER. 0? CfiLLVMTOS. • PorAflocisto — CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, OF FORT BS8D COUNTY. ForAtteMT Onaral: MALCOLM D. GRAHAM, or Wf * COCNTT. c. H. RANDOLPH. OF HOUSTON COUKTY. Tmr Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEMENT R. JOHNS, OF H-ixS COtTSTT. • announcements. Candidates for office, desiring to be announced in the Telegraph will accompa- ny their notice with the usual fee or it will ' m no oaae receive attention. —*—; rO THE ASSOCIATE JUDGESHIP vVe are authorised to announce Hon. JAS. H-* asT^of the First Judicial Distrtet, as a candidate for 31a- ij'DlTOr.:—The ^|ends of MURPHY JONES. Esq. jre dailrwxs of running him for Chief Justice of Harris County. He will be warmly supported by the Democrats of this portion of the county. A DEMOCRAT. Bufialo Bayou,May 18, 'Si. 1"' tar We a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1858

m* riHMceiaa the weekly, telegraph, wednesday, hi ay 26, 1858* iiwstaE tograpli. =s= ' TRIP Ar, MAT 21, 1868. Al.T. SORTS OF ITEMS. u, is rapidly passing mjr. Jane is coi^qfr g*U*atly escorted by old man Time, wh 4qra bia hand on gome sonny heads so ligbt]*, that they scarcely seem to feel his touch. Jane is the sixth month of the year—-{to drop poetical figures which can- not hide their nakedness in our vaporish pron to-day) when the sun enters the sign Cancer. The spelling of the word is a little^ altered by the nations of Southern Europe/the French spell it Juin, the Ital- ians, Qingno, the Spanish, Junio, and the old Romans, from whence we hare all got the word, Juntas. " The long June days " new lag wearily, even to the young, to whom days are so much longer than to the old. " Tired of play," perchance, we sang as children, irat then we never wearied of life, for we enjoyed the present and looked with such -fond hopes to the future that then promised us so much. Chronologically...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 May 1858

the weekly telegraph, wednesday, may 26, 1858. - MIL ROADS, STAPES L STEAMERS Houston Tap Road. THE Car*of Houston Branch Railway will hereafter rrni as follows: Leave Houston Tuesday's, Thursday's and Saturday's at 7 o'clock A. M. andS orclock P. M. ^ Mond^s^Wgdnesday and Friday at 834 o'clock A. M ^To freight taken, other than hand packages on the esrly trains. WM. POWERS Sup't. Nor. 30, tf. 57. , Texas Union Line. MAIL Stages now run on this line from Cypress City Depot, on the -r Houston and Texas Bail way, to Montgomery, Huntsrille, Cineinnatti, Crockett, Pal estine, Rusk, Alto,Lin wood, Douglas, Nacogdoches and connecting with stages for all points in East- ern Texas and Louisiana. Also, from Cypress te. Anderson and Washington; also, from Washington to Huntsrille; also, from Huntsrille to Centrerille. These stages are of the best character of four horie Coaches, and are all under the superrision of careful and accommodating drirers. The stoek is not suipassed anywhere. No pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 June 1858

1 &|jt Cri-Metfelj Cdegrapj}, deroted to New*. Politics, Intern*! lmpjOT JtmtoR,fc. I tamed every Monday, Wei and Friday evening, at 3 o'clock. $0e Weefift) SeCegrapO the leading articles, the News, Commercial matter, and MMcellaneoas naragraphs of the Trt-Weefc- y^od (a pobtlsbed every Wednesday morning. . ®lje Commercial Selegrapl) la devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and Is derigned to afford the merchant a condensed summary of all matter* of Interest In this and other markets, ln- ntes current for the Information of his custo- * to lasned every Thursday afternoon at 2 o elk. _• TERMS: Weekly, per annum, In advance.. .. TERMS: 3 n 25 00 TSWeffiyT^gr^phl'^r annum. In advance 8 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies ® Address E. H. CU3HINCi""pi'i>Ushe'r. ®tkgrap| Calendar for oo ot oo Mat. 10 11 17 18 24 OO OO SKPT'B. OCT'R Dzc'a. 29 4 5 11 12 18 19 25 26 1 8 9 15 16 22 23 COVKT CALENDAR FOR 1858* We hare collated, from the late laws, the times for holding Courts ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 June 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 18! 8. luttgtim Cebgrnjiti. E. H. CTOP^Q Miter. WEDNESDA T, JUNE 2, 1868. democratic STAT E T I CK E T. HitcHon, Firtt Monday in August. Par Chief Justice: EOTAL T. WHEELER. of qalti8t0h. For Associate Justice: CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, of fo*t bbhd coustt. For Attorney General: MALCOLM D. GRAHAM, COPHTT.- For State Treasurer: C. H. RANDOLPH, ■« OF HOUSTON COUSTT. "4 T Fer Comptroller of Public Accounts: CLEMENT R. JOHNS, OF HATS CeUSTT. ANNOUNCEMENTS. $jf Candidates' for office, deairtftg to be ittaouaoed in the Telegraph will accompa- ay their notice with the usual fee or it will in no case receire attention. FOR THE ASSOCIATE JUDGESHIP MS- We are authorized to announce Hon. JAS. H. BELL, of the First Judicial District, as a candidate for the office of Associate Justice of the SupremeCourt. tie office of Associate Justice of the Supreme Wart, to fre made racant by the regtgatlon of Judge R T Wheeler, Mi EWTOK The Mend^of MURPHY JONES. Es,. ar...

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

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1858. totaa FRIDAY, MAT 29, 1868. PARABLE TOR BUSINESS MEN. # Than was once upon a time, a man who kept itore and sold goods wholesale and retail. And he became melancholj, because cus- tomer, were shy and times were bad. And he said: Lo! I am being ruined, and tk sensation is disagreeable. Aad ay ruin is the more painful to bear, became it is slow in progress, even as wa- ter doth gradually become hotter in the pot wkttws the lobster boiletb, until the crus- taeeous creature ^shaketh out his soul in jjjMQtish. Lol it is better to be ruined quiskly than to endure this slew torture. I will give my money away to the poor maa—even the poorest, which is he who printeth newspapers, and I will shut up shop, aad wrap myself in the sackcloth ol desolation, and pass my days in the pur- lieus of broken banks, cursing the hardness of the times, and rending my garments. And the bowlings of Kome shall be as the duloet sounds of dulcinero, and they who blo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 June 1858

-r THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH* WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1858. RAILROADS, STACK Jk STEAMERS lob Tap Road. THIS Cars of Houston Branch Railway will hereafter : r«n!■ fellows: , _ —' *—• —7*s and Saturdays ^Leave Houston Tuesday's, Thursday's atTJctockJuM- andSrtlock P. M. Monday's* Wednesday and Friday at 8J* o'clock A. M lKo'eloc*>.M. lki _ Ivo freight taken, other than hand packages on 'he •arlySXs. WM. POWERS Supt. Sor. tf. *57. Texas Union lane. HAIL Stages now ran on this line from Cjpress City Depot, on the Houston and Texas Railway, to Mostgosery, HnntsTille, Cinclnnatti,Crockett. Pal ~ ~*" * *-a, Nacogdoches oints in Kast- om Cypress tt Anderson and Washington: also, from Washington to Hants vllle; also, from Huntsviile to Centreville. Than stages are of the best character of four bars* Coaches, and are all under the supervision of aareful and accommodating driver,. Tie stock is not saipassed anywhere. Mo pains will be snared to render the line popular with the travel spared to render ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1858

A A fZi mem ■a titlrgnpji. Cn-SStcefelj Celegrap|, A Paper devoted to Haw , Polities, Internal Improve- ments. LltenUure, tc.. la haued every Monday, Wed neater and frtdar evening. at S o'clock. £0e Weeftfg (TefegrapO tains all the leading articles, the New*, Commercial tar, and Mtocellaoeoos paragraphs of the Trl-Week- id is published every Wednesday morning. dlje (Somintrcial Seltgropf) looted particularly to Commercial matters, and Is pod to affimi the merchant a condensed summary I matters of Interest in this and other markets, in- ices can eat for the information of his caste- Is issued every Thursday afternoon at 2 o elk. ttkASv^J. - J® tor"mailing Tdainph. per U)0 copies— ? 00 t H. CUSHINU Publisher. Caltnbar for I#5-8r. 00 o* co Ja*y, i Si msp Is ■ 10 T6J17 ■ u "■I 28 39 90 IS • 12 IS 19 20 28 27 IS ■ 27 28 9 10 ■ 17 2$ ■ IS 11 12 18 19 OO Crr OO JT7LT. SiPT'a. 1 | | 1 3 it & & *5 t 5 1 1 J 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 U 14 1J 16 17 U ID 90 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1858

3KV THE WEEKLY TELEGRAP £• H. CU8HING. Editor. WEDNESDAY, JU1TE 9, 1858. DEMOCRATIC STAT E TICK E T . Election, Firtt Monday in Augutl. For (Hiief Justice: ROYAL T. WHEELER, of galvestox. For Associate Justice: CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, O* FORT BX2TD COTTSTT. For Attorney General: MALCOLM D. GRAHAM, of ritsk cocstt. Par State Treawrer: C. H. RANDOLPH, of hocstox couirrr. . For Comptroller of Public Accounts: F CLEMENT R. JOHNS, of hats county. ANNOUNCEMENTS. tSf Candidates for office, desiring to be announced in the Telegraph will accompa- ny their notice ■with the usual fee or it will is bo case receive attention. ♦ " for the associate judgeship sy We are authorized to announce Hon. JAS. H. BELL,of the First Judicial District,, as a candidate for the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to be made vacant by the resigation of Judge R T Wheeler. Ma. Editor The friends of MURPHY jqnes. Esq.. are desirous of running him for Chief Justice of Harris County. He will be warmly s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1858

THE WEEK£Y TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1858. m • '£0«kltj Cflegraptj. FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1858. (from the Civilian A Gaiette.) to Ho*. Jaku BSLt.. Tha 8*ire«toa-Sews of the 8th ultimo, contains ■ over your signature to the people of , and (because the term by which you desig- uw yosr oorrespondenu, includes within its gen- erality even so humble an iudiTtdual as myself.) I hare to thank you for the honor implied in the with- drawal of so much lime and attention from your (r«TO Judicial dutiesi and their dedication to my enlightenment, and to tell you In all candor the re sulk of ttt whole upon my own mind, and the rea- sons on which my determination is based. I as am you that I have read your address with res- pectful attention, and with a preconceived partial- ity far yourself, founded npon your reputed talents and Integrity, and that when I shall bestow my UlCiraao on **"* nominee of the Democratic Conven- tion—on a man whom frianully I do not prefer to you—I shall perform a most pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 June 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPlt, WEDjYESDAY, JUNE 9, 1858c RtlLR>APStSTl€ES &STE1MERS Houstou Tap Road. T&B Cars of Hooston Branch Bsilwsy will hereafter ran as follows : _ . _ . , . _ _ , , Leavs djaston Tuesday^, Thursdays and Saturday s at 7 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. IL Muo-Uys, >FednesJayandfridayat8> o'clock A.M. Hi o'clock, P. M. So t'reuat taken, other than hand packages on the earlr trains- WM. POWEB3 Sujft. Nov. 30. tf. 'sr. Texas Union iiiue. ^ MAIL Stages now ran on this line *s£sESS3£ from Cypress City Depot, on the ?T7 r ir ' Houston and Texas Railway, to Montgomery, Haatsville, Cincinnati, Crockett. Pal estins, Kusk,Alto,Liuwood, Douglas, Nacogdoches and connecting with stages for all points in East- ern Texas and Louisiana. Also, from Cypress tc Anderson and Washington; also, from Washington to fiaatsTille; also, from Huntsville to Centreville. These stages are of the best character offonr Stars*C oaches,and awe all under the supervision ef eareful and acc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1858

•B&fhhj- towit fcMttfelg Celtgrapjr, A Paper devoted to News, Politics, Internal Improve- ments. Llteratnre, Ac.. to Issnedwery Monday, Wed- _ «verv Monday, r evening, at 3 o clock. $B>day £fje Weefefq CcfegrapO Contains all the leading articles, the News, Commercial matter, antJ ICscellaneoas paragraphs of the Trt-Week- y,and u published every Wednesday morning. ®l)c (Saramerdal (Eelcgrapl) Is"devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and is designed ta afford the merchant a condensed summary of an matters or Interest In this and other markets, in- cluding prices enrrent for the Information of his custo- mers. It is Issued every Thursday afternqon at 2 o'clk. w_M TERMS: Qub oftenr ammm* *n aJvance — Single cootea fbr mailing Trl-Weekly Telegraph, per annum, In advance S 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies 3 00 • Address "" E. H. CUSHDWf "^Wisher. j^bgrapjf Cakita for 1858 $ 3 00 ..... 35 00 10 jclt. A.UGU3T FEB'T. 2 81 9 1516 22123 29'30 Oct r V? '2"21 26!27i2629 Nov R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1858

fHE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1858, 2 E.-jg. CUSHOTQ, Editor. WEDNESDAY, JUNE\&, 1858. democratic S C A T E TIC K E T SUctia , First Monday m August. ror'chief Justice: royal t. wheeler. * or GALTE8TOS. .CONSTANTINE W. BUCKLEY, op foftt bend county. For Attorney General: 5L1LC0LM D. GRAHAM, 01 kpsk coimtt. ' r'*HRRANDOLPH. or hottstoh coostt. Far Comptroller of PnMic Account*: CLEMENT R. JOHNS, iOF HATS COCTITY. ANNOUNCEMENTS.- fgg~ Candidates for office, dqpiring to be aacctmced in the Telegraph will accompa- ny their notice with the usual fee or it will in no case receive attention. fob the associate judgeship We are authorised to announce Hon. JAS. B. of the First JuillcUl District, as a candidate for .. .< a lnrfiM nt" h Snnrpmc. r«iurt. to hk.1,1, or me sirs* wuui^um viauiib, • • t he office of Aqg^ctatc Jostice of the Supreme Court, to S i^maon of Judge R T Wheeler. bm-ot The friends of MUKPHY JONES. Esq are desirous of nmnlag Mm for Chief Justice of Harris ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNI2 16, 1858. (foltgrapj). FRIDAY, JUNE11; 1868. Tn VieiLAXcs Coxmmt niKxw Ob- Wm.—V* have waded thaough our New Ori**a exchange* with the intent, if possi- ble, of arriving at a correct opinion as to tkpmwt, or rather late " emeute" in New Orleans, and *re decidedly of the opinion that the whole affair is of political origin, it Mag a more for the success of what is known aa the Independent Ticket. Our sympathies are now, and hare been from the start, for the Independent more, bearing that it will rid New Orleans of the Thug rule that has so tyrannically been to the lasting disgrace of our > city; bat we are not of those who be- lieve that a rale, though ever to had, justi- fies a resort te such extreme action as the tmm new attempted. The suppression of all law and regularly eoostitoted authorities under the law can- not he justified by the specious plea of re- form. The remedy it infinitely more odious than the disease. Better, by far, rally ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 June 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1858. RAILROADS, STAGES & STEAMERS Houston Tap Road. 36^ THE Cars of Honston Branch Railway will hereafter nm as follows: . ,v- Lea^e Houston Tuesday's, Thursday's and Saturdays at 7 o'clock A. M. and3 o'clock P. M. ' Moad^s^ftjdnestiay and ftlday at SJi o'clock A. M. tr<^ht taken, other than Jbandjgackagea on the Nor. 30.tr.'57. WM. POWERS Sup't. Texas Union lane. MAIL Stages now ran on this line from Cj press City. Depot, on the Houston and Texas Hallway, to Montgomery, Hunts rule, Cincinnati,Crockett, Pal estlne, Ruiii, Alto, Lin wood, Douglas, Nacogdoches and connecting with stages for all points in East- ern Texas and Louisiana. Also, from Cypress u Anderson and Washington; also, from Washington to Hoatsville; also, from Hontivilleto CentreTille. These stages are of the best character of four florae Coaches, and are til nnder the supervision •tsarefnl aad accommodating drivers. The stock i aot scipassed anywhere. No pains will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1858

■i fSfakhf .flrfleppjl. 'i |hTfcS«feis^p?^ a n>n«r devoted to News, Politics, Internal improve- SSSS®'S&MR85 Mooday- WKt" g^e Weeftfg £efegrap§ Mortis puWfcbed every Wednesday morning. ®|)t (fiommernal Sclegrapl) It devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and is designed to afford the merchant a condensed summary ofafl matters of interest In this and other markets, in- ctadlng prices current for the Information of his custo- mers. It Is Isaaed every Thursday afternoon at 2 o elk. TERMS: Weekly, per annum, in advance - SJ oo Single copies for'mail! Address 25 00 * ""iHng 10 * , per annum, in advance 8 00 b, per 100 copies..^...... 3 00 E.H. OT8HINO 'Publisher. 9 elfgrajrl Capita far 1S5& July. Ji.1V, a wo U .ST 19 20 nov r. 14 15 21 22 rS M s 3 K * §• 1 1 _ _ _ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 * 9 1(J 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 2(1 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 U 1C 11 12 13 14 15 22 16 17 IS 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 .*] SI — — — 1 2 3 4 A 6 7 * S 10 11 12 1.1 14 15 16 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1858. •iSwkh} &?l?grap|i. B. H. CTTSPT*0 Mitwr. WEDNESDAY, SUITS23,1656. democratic STAT E TIC KET. fSscMa,'First Monday As August. royal t. wheeler, ■ Or QAITISTOK. constaktine w. buckley, • or tost wn> comm. malcolm d- graham, OF 'nrsK CO0STT- (x"htrandolph, or HOC8TOH COUNT I. F*r Comptroller of Public Accounts: jclement r. johns, math COU«t . announcements. Candidates fop office, desiring to be announced in the Telegraph will accompa- ny their notice with the usual fee or it will in no case receive attention. FOB TOE ASSOCIATE JC1M1E8HIP —• ■*- —J tn onnnnnrp Hflll. JAS. H> Mb. «m«*The meads of murphy jones. esq are desirous •fnnuUng him Ibr Chief Justice of Harris Coantv. HewUIbe warmly supported by the Democrats of this portion of toe county. A DEMOCRAT. Buffalo Bayou, May 18. '58- lw election In August. June 4* — 09, We are authorised to announce J.W.Wnnra for thence of Chief JusUce of Harris county. eton^ln August. £7* We a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1858

■Ufa s THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1858. iXMthj Celegrap^. mm A T? JUNE18, 1868. AT.J. SORTS OF ITSMS. The toaarUle -Democrat says needn't believe half the atone* from Kaaaaa, m it is unlawful in th*t T«ritory to report the truth to the States. The paper mentions tho cmc of & pilot, on one of Urt New Orleans packets, wko drew two prizes in one day. The ag- gregate of his prise was $16,508 60. The Frankfort (Ky.) Yeoman says, Barid Stone murdered his wife in Glasgow, Ky., , recently, and then cnt his own throat. Five cuts were on the person of his wife. He The same paper says the residence of Berry Bedford, atParia, in that State, was destroyed by fire by an incendiary. Mr. Zeb. Ward, keeper of the Ky. Peni- tentiary, is out in a letter showing he is not a defaulter to the State. The Yeoman ■ays, ilj as his .{wlitical K. N. friends al- ledge he only owes $600, ha had best walk ap to the Captain's office and settle. The New Yerk Day Book advises the milkmen to sell p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 June 1858

THE WEEKI-V TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23. 1888. R41L10AP8, STAPES * STEAME18 Houston Tap Road THE Care of Houston Branch Railway win hereafter ran as follows: Leave Houstraj Tuesdays, rhursday's and Saturday's ss&sr it's. Wedntilay and Friday at 8: and Friday at8X o'clock A.M. j freight'taken, other than hand packages on the early train*. WSTlWJSRS Sun t. Nov. 30. tf. *57. t^o'cKStV.*. No freight Texas Union Line. HAIL Stages now ran on this line from Cypress City Depot, on the Houston and Texas Hallway, to Montgomery, Hdntartlle, Clneinnatti,Cro«kett,Pal estlne, Rask, Alto, Linwood, Douglas, Nacogdoches and connecting with stages for all points in Bast- ero Texas and Louisiana. Also, from Cypress t Anderson and Washington? aiso, from Washington to Huctsville; also, from HnnUvtlle to ContrevtUe. These stages are of the best character of four horse Coaches, and are all under the ""^"i'loQ or careful and accommodating drivers. la not surpassed anywhere. No pains wiU >e spared ...

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