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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1858

\ \ I ) I \ IBfpklq €plegro]ijj. Cbt ®ri4®etMj ®tltgrapb, A PmocrdCToted to News, Politics, Internal lmprove- wrnSXltarttort, Ac., Is issued every Monday, Wed- ■>i1«T *aad Jrtday evening, at 3 o'clock- £0e Weeftfij CefcgrapO nnHtdni mfl the to**nnPT articles, the News, Commercial matter, and MIsceBaneons paragraphs of the Trl-Week- y^KDd u puWtehed every Wednesday morning. £|yt Commercial Selegrapl) Is devoted Mrticnlarly to Commercial matters, and is fKtl the merchant a condensed summary of interest in this aad other markets, in- SMTSSS brmt cnrrent for the information of his custo- ".every Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clk. TERMS in advance $ 3 00 ^ ... 25 00 Mmdaoovies for mailing 10 TrU^klrfdflKraph, per annum, in advance 8 00 flnnwrditl Telegraph, per 100 copies 3 00 AAhyf E. H. GUSHING Publisher. co ot po jax*t, FoT. Mat. I I 'M+vlWUvvv 4v<V JLVC/'V* Saturday Friday. 1 1858. a* k 1 *! | 2 £ - 1 ts & O >5 1 2 July. _ _ _ _ 1 2 3 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 16 11 12 13 14 15 16...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1858. lEWtlij €elfgn#. B g fflWWTif O-Sditor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1858. a^,We aotice that the ew bridge h«s been thrown open to the public, mnd is the admiration of ell beholders. It i. the right ti «e in the right place. mn ggffft observe on the wharf a lot of aalkers, just imported from Concord N. H. for the mail eerricc, as we suppose of Northern Texas- These are rery light well built vehicles, capable of transporting the „.;i. w{UAut delay, and will no doubt do their partirstopping the complaints now prevailing on the Clarksrille and San An- tonio line. Tukbdat, Sept. 13. There is considerable Cotton now offering with good nlf The last New Orleans ad- fioes are of an advance of a quarter of a cent for Middling. We quote accordingly for strict classification, Low Middling, 11* @ Middling, llf @ 12 Good Middling 12J@ 12 J 1^- We are having the entire satisfac- tion of a visit from our friend and cotempo- rary of the Dallas Herald...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1858, M lerklq €*legrapji. jnrpjtr, September 10, 1858. %*Tha following Tory interesting sketch ited to copy from the pages of the fotheoo^ing Texas Almanac. It is well worth reading. expedition under JOSSON and grant. Editoes ,Tkxas Almanac :—In compli- ance With jJoar request, I proceed to give yon the foots in relation to the expedition, wader Colonels Johnson and Grant, which set out fron^San Antonio in December 1835, and I do this more willingly because I have seen many drronous statements in regard to that expedition. I arrived in San Antonio the seeond diy after the capitulation of Cos, in company with Hugh and John H. Love all kt ns Georgians, having come through firoa Nacogdoches. The Tezians who had aided in taking San Antonio, had all left for their homes,.' and we found there U nited States volunteers'numbering some fonr hun- dred and sixty,, who were then proposing and expedition to take Matamoros, and in three or fouq days...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 15 September 1858

\ THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1858. SEW ORLEANS. *T. CBAMiES EXCHANGE HOTEL, N*W ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, HILL it HILDBSTH, Proprietors. FOSTER'S SLATE DEPOT, So. 187 Common Street, New Orleans, Keeps constantly on hand and for sale Mertomiri, Field Bands, Cooks, Wash- era, fawners, and General House Servants, Also, Bays and sells Saves on Commission. It* March 17, ly m BEOOTAIi, TAYLOR* KADD1N. Wholesale Dealers in 4 ►BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, HAVE removed their stores from No. 41 Magazine st to the large and commodious Stores, Nos. glMagazin sad 47 Common street. The undersigned would respectfully inform their friends and the public generally that they have removed their Store as above, where they will keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS of every variety and quality. They are now receiving in their new stores, per steam- ship Black Warrior and ships Susan Hinks and Fannie Safer, over fifty thousand dollars worth o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1858

®tltgrap|[, flrssssasaarsfx TjiSf. TTt * ~J"1—v Cje Weeftfq Cefegrapf) V,and t* pabUshed averr Wednesday morning. (Jommtrrial ftthgrapl) If devoted parttcnUrlr to Commercial matters, and la tlmhuul Xi aflLiil Ui« will ft I condensed sammary S3S " — — Weekly, per annnm, in Ctaib of ten — — r mailing. BS&3 and other markets. in- nation of his custo- afternoon at 2 o'clk. 4 S 00 25 00 10 Addiea. per annnm. In adranca 8 00 per 100 copies. 3 00 -. SO ... 175 K. H. CD3U1NU Publisher. fokgragji (Caltnbar for 1$M. Jafr, 12 13 U IT W 14 15 16 CODKT CAUE.\«iMt Vetera CfB 1858. , from the late laws, the times for :as,tMa year, and give them In the r table. We have been to some trouble to get tkla all right, mA hope oar readers will And noerrors.— If there are any, we sball be glad to be corrected: bt"ct. 8RECTQ TERM. TAIL TUM ™ 9. April 12. Oct 18 JmceUna & .Feb 22. Oct 18. ..18 .Nov 8 -.!& April 12. Oct 18 1 June 7. Dee 6 -18, . Mar 29. Oct 4 " " ~ Oct ,4 ■ Nov JS ...Dec ,6 . 4. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1858

'Mtlq CeltgwpJj. E. H. flffSfflgQ, Editor. w&ntfE8.T>AY, SEPTEMBER 2^18^9. The boats «• coming op erery day loaded down to tS« guards with merchan- «ie, *H& -W&i<3h oiur stores are now being filled tr&m ground ^floor fa rafters. The ▼ariety «<* amount of goods now in mar- ket w netor snrpaiaed at any other period of its history. ■ —f fSr The comet is now to be seen in the after about 4 o'clock, in the right foot of Up* Major. Its R. A. is 161° 3C ; Decc. 36° W N. It isabout in a line from the North star to the pointers, and about equidistant from both. Its nucleus is about the siseofa stat of 1st magnitude, anil is worth getting op in the morning to see. Bsltos, Bell County, Sept. 16,1868. Dkah Sift :— •«" * * * Onr people are looking for better times. We hire something to sell this year, and We confidently expect immigration to help ii consume tilt overplus. Corn is worth from 26 to 40 cents, wheat, $1. Sorgho syrup, 60 to 75 cents per gallon. For cat- tle ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1858. A a.utbozut7. Lawi or the Citted States. from B^dyiille to Des Moine*, via Hamilton, Marysvlll., Attic*, Knoxville, Pleaaantville, Wheeling, Hartford, Carlisle, and Aran. Prom Newton,Jasper county, to Nevada, county, Tia the State road. Story Prom McGregor, via Elkader, Volga City. Tay- lorsvllle, Brash Greek, Buffalo Grove, to Indepen- Iroa Qniscy,TU Brookrille.to Bedford. Prom Siotrx City, to Covington- From 8te—boat Bock, In Hardin connty, via Ber lin, Bnr-Osk Drove, Skunk Grove and Webster City to FortDodge. . „ Prom McGregor's. in Clayton county, via Hon. ana, Port Atkinson, in Winnisheik county, Jack- sonville and New Hampton, in Chickasaw county, to St, Charles City, in "o/d county. Prom Iakpadatan, on the Big Sioux, to Iowa, on the Missouri Biver, [Dacotah Territory.) Prom SU Charles, vis Mason City, Clear Lake, Algona, and Paoli, to Moulton City. Prom Cedar Palls, via Belmond, Algona, and Spiritliake, to Port Ridgely, (Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 22 September 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1858. HEW ORLEANS. ST.OUUES EXCHANGE Of 08UANB, LOUISIANA, It HUD&XTH, Proprietor*. ro>TE£>8 SLATE DEPOT, ■o. 157 Common Stieet, New Orleans, Keeps constantly on hand and for sale Kackanic*, Field Bands, Cooka, Waah- ara, Iranerm, and General House t&- Alio, Buys and sails Slaves on Commission. MamUT, ty - REMOVAL, gttl TAYLOR «c KADDIN, J fVl Wholesale Dealers in A * HfcBOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, BATS removed their stores from No. 41 Magazine st to the large and commodious Stores, Nos. 21 Magazli: and t! Common street. The undersigned would respectfully Inform their IHtn&and the public generally that they have removed tbeir3toieasabove,wherethey will keep constantly on haai a large and web selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES. HATS and CAPS of every variety and quality. They are no v receiving in their new stores, per steam- ship Black Warrior and ships Susan Hints and Pannle Baler, over fifty thousand dollars worth ot FR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1858

Hen Commercial ha of the Trl-Weele morning. t (Jommtrciol ®eUgrafI) to Commercial matters, and Is arcfcant a condensed lummary lnthla and other mark^ta, tn- - information of hk custo- raday afternoon at to'clk. MS : —4 oo it uo 10 um,lnadTanc« 8 00 per 100 coplM 3 <10 Jf' I jf; F jy fagp Mr « fdegnp " t~H.CTBHIHQ-Kiiai^.r == arforlSfrSf &*«■ t Jolt. 9 101113 13 6 1718 19 20 Oct R. 12 13 FOB 1858 jm the late JMrv, the t!i this yearJantfpve them ive been to some trouble ... 9. ..April IX...,.., Oct -. 6 Feb 23. Oct ^wifcaai " Juris, which to Wy tost I. there is hardly in New PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHINGr. VOL. XXIV--1\0. 28.1 WKDNESDAV, SEPTEMBER 29, 1858. {WHOLE MO. 128S. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1858. 'Emerson's Magazine fromForsgard & Burke, is received, with thanks. , the times for ... ___ _ ,_.-^fnthe i have been to some trouble to get y sad hope our readers will fled noerrors.— t we shall be glad to be correcte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1858. great ffeasrire In witling nt tentiirs to mo Aifti of oor friends J. H. Cfc, ur*Hfa*S<paper. The ^iillmiMTt oanpidtg'tke firm afe Wen known in Houston, and among tie most popular yoting men in the city. They have started with a splendid Mock of goods, and we assure our fftir readers that they cannot do better than to call in as they are shop- ping, being certain that if they do they will hoy, for they are bound to be suited. la- .ties Cram the country risiting Houston, nntttliotfi&io give Brans & Co, a call. We endows for tfrem, both In jvrico and style ti g ds. - >. TELE6RAPH0CTICE, \ . Tuesday BTening, Sept. 2S, 58. j Sales tf^ttdh to-dajr enable us to quote as follows: , . . IjBwl(iddiiag Ar. ...;..k;...ltt - - ' This is ftdlyhalfa cent above the ship- ping point to Liverpool, and within half a eent ofTKew Orleans' prices. Cotton is com- ing in freely, and rapidly changing hands, notwithstanding the difficulty of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1858

THE WEEKLY: TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1858, 'Ifgtflfij. BYkOTBORITT. Laws of the United From Canton, via MentieeUo, Newark, Kdim, Kirkville, SUeTeh, Greenville, Milan, Lindleyand Trenton to Gallatin. Prom Lowell to Bockport. * Pr„m Oregon. via Whig Valley, and Alain • Kanehe, to Marysvllle, r I ram Fillmore. Til Graham. Kus*ell'si Mill*, La- mar'* Station, and Amity, to Olarinda, Iowa. from Canton, Tia Memphis. Lanes* ter, Union- ville, St. John, Princeton, Bethany. Sentry Court home, and Rochester, to 8t. Josepht . From Rochester, Tia Douglas, IsUnl Mount Pleasant, Wast Fork,and Middle fork of ttrasd Kirer, to Mnrtewv From ItekMrt to Levis* low*; f,nn. From Oregon Tia Forest City, to While Cloud, VromSi. Joseph, Tia Blwood, Wattena, Troy and Bennett's to Kennekoek, Kansas. From Parkville, Tia Mdf ely and PlaUsburgli. to StewartsviHe. a From Weston, Tia CssBleti Point, to Easton. ftoS8fcJo«ph, Tia Belmont and Laporte, to From Easton. Tia Rochester and Psinriew.to Des Moifi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 September 1858

0RLEAS8. ST. -C SEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, HALL & HTL8BETH, Proprietors. FOSTER'S SLAVE DEPOT, So. 117 Cotaaum Street, Sew Orleans, Keeps constantly on bond and for sale SSochsEics, Field Bands, Cooks, Wash- ers, boners, sad Chaeial Boose Servants, tS~ Also. Bars and sella Saves on CommlfsHwi. "5# Staclil?. ly call tie att erally, TH surpassed and a Com sfci KE90VAI.. _ |B TAYLOR & RADD1N, <te fW| Wholesale Dealers in Jf 1 SRsboots. shoes, hats and oapb,-^ HAVE restored their stores from No. il Magaalne st .to tfec large and commodious Stores, Sos. 2lMa*aiii> «|a1<7 Common street. .■aXtu uad3r U,u«i would risneclfnlly inform their fSnil* and the public generally that they have removed their Store is above, where they H keep constantly on !wn>i a large end well selected stocKf BOOTS, SHOES, HATS ami CAPS of eery variety SB quality. . I hey are now receiving la their new stores, per steam- .ship Black Warrior and ships Snsan Hlnka and Fannie "Siler, over tlftr thousan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1858

<iam FV (Jommmial StUgraplf Is <torM Mrtlcalarly to Come dadfMd to aflbrd the merchant ofittMflt tn of Interest in this t leorrent for the Inl... 3® Commercial matters, and is X a condensed summary and other markets. In- far the information of his custo- afternoon at So'clk. $3 00 25 00 10 annum, in advance 8 00 tr 100 copies - 3 00 1 75 S. H. OWHING Publisher. CaWinrlflrlSS# uly. BOM M) 11 OCTR WOVE- 090HT UALEMPAB FOR 1858* Tilwn from the late laws, the times for dag Courts in Texas, tMa year, and give them in the "" " have been to some trouble to get our readers will find noenon*— be glad to be corrected: spftdre term. fall April 12. Oct 18 Feb 22. Oct 18 ..11. .Nov 8 .18 April 12. Oct 18 7. Dec 6 29. Oct 4 t &. Oct ,4 17. Nov *5 ..May 31— Dec ,6 Jiar & ...Sep *3 — r 8 Sep }3 ril 5. Oct J1 &. Oct f 26. Nov I Nov 15 Mov 1 ....—.Nov 8 Oct 4 ...........Nov 15' ..April 1ft Oct 18 .Nov 8 Sep 27 Sep 13 Sep 20 Nov 1 Sep SO Nov ..Nov 8 ..Nov 22 Jan 31 ..Dec 13 June 14 A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1858. #l?grapt}. B. H. 6TOHDFB. Editor. 'AY, OCTOBER 6, 1868. Tra Cumu& %oid.—The reoeipta of &« Central itad for the month of Septem- ber were as follows: * Freights Passengers $10,660 97 1 968 80 ToUl. $12,619 27 Same month last year they were for "freights $2,952 21 '• Passengers * 1,961 62 Total. $4,913 83 tin all $7,7<fe 44 „. This has been one hundred and fifty-seven per centam increase. The earnings per mile of road in operation in September, 1850; were $59. In September, 1857, they were $140 39. In September, 1858, they Men $252 38. This shows a very gratifying increase, and gives ample guar- antee that the earning of the road this year will fully reach our estimate of $200,000. They sraaow increasing daily. The work on the third section ofthisroad is beikg don# Sy-very enterprising contrac- tors and wSl be rushed rapidly ahead. Some of the iron fdt this section has already ar- rived in Galveston, and will be np soon. ■ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1858

■p ■p THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6,1858. Ja. AS ITEMS. r.' ffep Lowik Cocstbt. Tk# -Colombia Democrat mention^ the jiiwHiiii as being in full blast. Tba Democrat has received a stalk of baring 19 matured joints ; also, a , on an air line, 3 feet and , aM says that, meaaored by its t iirofi igBbes. The Demecnt gives accounts of cotton- picking on Mr. Black's place, near there. Sgbteen girls picked ont 7,808 pounds of cotton in one day. One of them pitted 668 pounds. The average was 434 pounds. This was on elm fiat land. She Liberty Qaxette says thakcourt there after three days' sewon, on ac- count of sickness among jurors, and fear gl the part of the court that yellow fever would make its appearance, though no case has yet tggeard. The Grand Jury found twenty-five indictments, fourteen of which wen for gaming. They had not got through When court adjourned. • The Qaxette says that wagons come in then eanstantly, notwithstanding the report of yalltw fever. It is the same ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 October 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1858. SEW (CLEARS. ST. CHARLES EXCHANGE HOTEL, new orleans, louisiana, HALL k HILBftETH, Proprietors. POSTER'S SLATE DEPOT, Wo. 157 Common Street, New Orleaas, Steps constantly on hand and for (ale Bbcknkii W«u Cooks, Wish- em, Irosers, and General House f" Also, Buys and sells Slaves on Commission. March 17, ly m. REMOTAL. TAYLOR 1c BAD D I N , J Wholesale Dealers In M BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, HAVE removed their stores from No. 41 Magazine st i ' to the large ami commodious Stores, Nos. 11 magarln aod 47 Common street. The undersigned would respectfully Inform their friends and the public generally that they have removed their Store as above, where they will keep constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and CAPS of every variety and quality. They are now receiving in their new stores, per steam- ship Black Warrior and ships Susan Htnks and Fannie Eater. over fifty thousand dollars worth of FRESH SEA- SO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1858

M/2i ■KMdq Celfpyl), Cft &ri-®WtIi ®elt§raj(i, A HjpySsvntH to Kna, Pollttct, Internal hnproTe- w,d- Cfje Wee&Qj £efegrapl) ent for the Informstl am, in advance ..$3 00 ... 23 00 __ 10 per an nam, in advance 8 00 per 100 copies...... 3 00 PnbtUher. .IL^COSHDJG iykgrap|CatoE for 1555 VALEfl 1MB FOB 1858* We bar* collated, from the late laws, the times for hoUwOonita In Texas, this year, sad give them in the Mtowkc table. We have been to some trouble to get this all right, and hope our readers will And n terrors.— If than an any, we shall be glad to be corrected: omul—. safer, sprctoti**. mutum Anderson . April 11 _ Oct 18 I ssi Mm t. -Feb a Oct 18 liA<r I —— .Nor 8 -JA April 1Z Oct 18 . L June 7. .Dec « 18 , . Msr Oct 4 —April 1 Oct ,4 —.May 17 ._.NTov 5 -jjay *" -Mar &. &. L ...April i ■y. 3 April ML ..17..—May la— -Mar -April Caldwell- Cameron. . X..—April 19.... .IX April IX— -Mar B-..~ -Mar 8.-.. .. Mar is.— M- Oook Wj. . 4...,....April .19. May May De Witt.. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1858

THE WEEKLY T£LGGRAPU,; WEDWESDAV, OCTOBER 13, 1858. H— '&Mlq Celpflrgfft;. E. H. CUSHDre, Editor. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1858. I9 leant that a ease of genuine yellow ferer haa occurred at Valasco, at the month of Uie-Bratos. Im~ We are in receipt of Blackwood's Magazine for September, American Reprint tt L. Scott k Co., 79 Fulton gtteet, New Torfc. Seles of cotton have been made da- ring the week at 11J@12J for Middling, . ihongh to-day quotations are Jc. lower. Still Laeqkl—We counted the cotton on the Monday's waj bills by the Central road, and found 662 bales by the cars that day. This beats the Friday's big load by forty bales. Cotton is coming in Yery fast aov. There is also a good deal coming by wtgaas, and some considerable by the Tap road. I9> 8ince last Wednesday the weather haa begun to afford marked indications of the approach of winter. The temperature at 3 P M each day has been as follows: 6th 88° Variable 1 7 88° N £ 8 78° N B 9 78° S E rainy 10 80° S W showers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18,1888. wTnt V- ►eklq ^eleppti. ■ frMn <■ Texas iinaaac.—1858. cinto campaign bt i. d. labadle. [Continued.) SUM Asia'S Chaliknok—TAIK OV Scp- UIIDIIG HOUSTON. Meantime the feeling of discontent in- The news of the burning of San advance of SanM Anna in I reaching San Felipe and Fort 1 our men impatient of this One day a Mr. Knykendall came ad stated that he had been ta- ■ by some Mexicans while eat- uer in his own house ; that he i before Santa Anna, who receiv- t kindly, and then gave him his liber- ; him to go and hunt up General ad tell him that he, Santa Anna, stiird of hunting after him and his army like ko many Indians in the woods, but that Ould come out of his hiding-place, he give him a fight in the open prairie. 'lenge was a little too much for the boys, and the desire to meet the ene- almost uncontrolable. Col. Sid- had been elected Colonel of 4 Regiment, to which the Liberty _'helonged, and while all were say- ing it wad We t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 October 1858

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1858. MEW •BLEAKS. T. «UBUt HOTEL, w oguurs. louisiaha, ft HHDBETH, Piopriaton. FOSTER'S SLAfE DEPOT. S*. 187 fln—— Street, Jew Ortauu, Cooks, Waah- V*4Jao, Buys andsella Slaves on Commission.-fa lUrch 17. ij ' bbtotaE] ~ HILOB fc BABD1S, ^ Wkolealt Dealers In ^^S BOOTS, SH0B8, HATS AND CAPS, HAVE nmorcd their stores from No. 41 Magazine st i Stores, Noa. 21Magaiiu „—. . respectfully Inform their Warts and the public generally that they have removed their Store as alio ve, where they will keep constantly on teida lam and web selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES, HATSaaaOAPS of every variety and quality. They are now receiving In their new stores, per steam- ship Rack Warrior and sill pa Susan TTinVc and Fannie ■afar, over fifty thousand dollars worth of FRESH SEA- SONABLE GOOD3, to which they would respectfully call the attention of country merchants and dealers gen{ erally. The Inducements they ofler to buyers cannot be surpassed by any other ...

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