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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1859

TJWY. fStUMmrr MfolSiEr «H* I She Coswuraal fcrltgrapl) tar tie Intam tlon of hlicMto- m Thursday afternoon at J Cent. * S 00( nr. WEDSESDA^JIARCH^ of the to rota i this i The PtM tootfc—As some evidence the feeling of the citizens with reference to " bop establishing the fire limits in the following document, which eironWod in the 2d Ward has i'io' rsisnedtaxpsy _ of the city ef Houston, mt 'tile Aldermen repre- i and ijur interest to the Council, i. nntitain fully and ripdjj inforce the ordinance, prohibiting the erection of buildings on Main sod a^jaoent streets, not fire proof,; or to resign (heir office, so we can elect tnen, #ho wflf Mly carry oat the sense a&£w&lws of the said taxpayers and inhabitant* of &e said second Ward. Signed by'llSVetera anitax payers." ...... -m,.- ' ' 1^_ The condition ^T^omnerce street in % city is a crying shame to somebody. It l a t1se«mi*ailable for business daring this whole winter; For wantof proper dsainagt the w*ter stands upon t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1859. iSfffeltj Celfgrapji. £ H CXJflHDTO. Editor. ^-opened, and is Tding of W. R. Baker, elow tbe Presbyterian church, Main fct, where he has a large stock of hard- stores apd tinware, and is prepared pply all the wants .of his caotomers in i line of business. Wilson is a sakunan- He comes out of the fire, looking bet- that town;the other day . l l •. _ * J_ Kit ■■ n t n ■ ■ al Ai«fa All(t ! ter than ever, and his stock of goods is almost endless in extent, consisting in part of what he lkit mostly of new goods : * • 1 - -Mo. — . jfgk* We learn that the Charter for that portion of the New Orleans and Texas rail road between Berwick's Bay and the Sabine was granted by the Louisiana Legislature prerioos to its a^joornment, and the act. ' by the Governor. The feeling in Jkrot of the road i* very Strang in Louisi- ana. BQb of lading for 2,500 tons of the .iron for this end of the road have, we are tare informed, been received. And there is no ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1859* 13Mhj ■flkltgrapj). MONDAY, MARCS 21, 1839- CORRESPONDENCE. **1 . 1 "% ■■ 'A '4* ) EBBS'. For til* Telegraph. GYMNASTIC EXERCISES. Ikiaaow acknowledged throughout ths whole civilised world, that a rewonable edu- cation ooght to aim m well at the develop- vjDest of the body aa of the mind, and that aegtoetofthe former aggravates and hinders the evolution of the later, if however the ride, that a sound spirit can exist only in a wand body has some exceptions and if his- tory tells ns of men, who with weak, afflict- ed bodieepeesessed great intelleotual powers, notwithstanding it, we must admit, that tfcoto men would have accomplished much mind and body had been in har- mony, if both had possessed the same vigor gild elasticity. Body and mind are so closely connected, that the latter connot act independently of the former, and at expense of the body develope its highest and most per- fect attalnmsnta Hence is the opinion long sine reject...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 March 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1859. TO THE f tiTKLLWG PUBLIC Hssttsw Tap ^Tiraaib* Baflwayi K«tiM «• ihirr*n * ms toSMtra daily,at Mi t. M. t)olMn aad iif^T wtti k. m tawewftrca on C*aaan« StrWi. limb!!.! imiiihi* aid lateruM- dlatyointa will b. JSSSm Wedniday 30ER. ~4MMr 1859 n«w Komta 1859 AtUr January lit, lite, wit will lea.. HarrUt>DH, at 7 ■Jay. excepted) comwcttng Rt fl.r Aaatta. La Clraage aad lth.B. B.B.* C. Rail- : A. M, dally.! Sunt chmond with stage* is, Qsraales. and Sim ieroe.—L*veRlohta.ad ...ryder, (Swrfayyx; otptaJ) at 2 o'clock. P. M. oraaectlng With 0. h. Mail a™*** a*™33&.a. williams, Jab. 1, tf Han't-IfaB- b.* ttRAHw . NiMe ud Texas Steapsfelp Liie m LB FOK ; DTilCTr* Lmvm Mobile litandlJthof Bach month. Lsa ves Galveston 7thaadSMef each aseath. Cabin punsit« toltoWt. Dock Hsugtli to MobOe. Freight lOcoaUpor —* The fine, low pro " fashion;1 j. c. bile aa abava. Bio ^fashion" wHl i bet wdm Galveston and i thoroughly overhauled i etc., anl is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1859

have the beat of reasons for ■te fariM •bead with >Bb all, the ps of tbe city iaftaeaalaf batter wt&ek, • • •"• ^ afv .- . •. xS-«3".. *' • • • Vs . ' " i - : • i" " '••• "T'; « gifjfj? " a-'*- g§g**pH| *• •>.. . I Inferior — Ordinary ....J. Good Oriiun Low Middling Middling Ml ~ - ^i*; ISIESSS PH JCddiagiW .JM&- CUSHING. HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY B. H. NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, ••- ~'v .*■ .-• 1859* WKDIVESD|Y, MARCH 30 VOLeXIV NO. 2. FRIDAY, 31 ARCH 25, Mwta • Mokinaen haatheagemsyoftwoNo. I, Fire Jes, and will issue poB- cotton in van booses &*■ Heretofore our citizens bare bid bat little opportunity of insuring their. jwperty at this p«nt, and haying The i _oft%e companies rep- is beyond question, being the /sad wealthiest in the United States. Those who are already insured, and whose J - ■ ate about to expire, could not do - .aa. • v: ?_ it.. ultiuna') 'Home'1 ■Sg^K New Orleans Q-itenu of in- pmaawe; Sunday, and •HOC, 0.—The steamship here...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1859

I - %: NrfR*£ s*f ^Nl m HwWir E. H. CUSHDfO. ■ WEDNESDAY, MARCH AXXOCMJ llCT *3" We are authortied to aMgunceVM BOU-H. of Huntsv^.^cjMMatefcr a.r. of til? Seventh Pi«rict.at the «LVe'u> authorized KKR, f Harris County, asi a I'trTwy. election l*t Mon*tay in A< **■ We are utborii.M to announce Sr>?C Ruq.. of ►JTimew county, --- - .inrremK- for the otflieeof district AtUKuer. fa UteXlh at the August election. 1 friend has shown n his. brather in .Bell c-oupiy,* we caffj- To addition to this. were sereral mea killed Vj t wwk. about six or eight milea jfj^-The'eara on the brought in 174 bales of co tteh "bv JldiRlay from Wfittrs' Station. It was a good aad the fiertlargeleadf of that staple that has come all the way ow that roadi^# catte from ttHttori* t trews — WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1859. nafe jAeforo^ron miles within the to judge from ap- alarmed about the tower can stop bpl&in3 of inattention to merchants, in £aper lay for some day?. We have Sew Orleans'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1859

- «. # rife the weekly telegraph, wednesday, march 30, 1859. MONDAY, HARCH28. 1859. M PUBLIC MEETING. t Pursuant to a call. Inserted in the Rich- - T- mood Reporter, at the 5th inat. a large and - highly respectable number of the cltieens ~ i ,5 of the County of Fort Bend, belonging to : * v- Md y^-g with the Democratic party, as- geabled at the Court House on Saturday, the lith inst., one of its objects being to vt ■'' appoint delegates to represent the County •v'; Jb the State Convention, to be held in the • ?. elty'rf Houston, in May next. ! ;<, ''On motion of the Hon. James S. Sulliran. ' V"\ Seconded by John Thatcher, Esq., Judge W. D. Mitchell was chosen to the Chair- s * and Vn. 6. Nolan, Esq., appointed Seere- ■hse- ; . i Chairman having briefly explained £ the object of the call; on motion of B. F. ' Terry, Esq., seconded by H. M. Thompson, - Esq r a Committee of three, consisting of : .:■*?(&. C. Campbell, J, S. Snliran and Judge ' OnstaTe Cook, was appointed to dra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 March 1859

J.'AJ .1 ,-*h i. IW ^ -- Sv'Ip-' "f;- V/ '. ' LAWYERS. LAWYERS. Ettfci'ATIOaALe Tin: WEK&i/ TEIjMGRAPH. WfclfrfESDAV, UXtiCH 30, 1^9. ..J! 'jftJig ■■ *'. .ii.I -mm —— -2. -1.- Tau AT K1 OPESS next Session January _ irty weeks, divided In twb*«44lon*, sndawtth June. Turno.x—CoUeglute,$90per sM<don,ar SlflUper jt« J'repAralorr, <90 par session, (English studies oulyj tot *UT' jaSAal Fuxii—<3 per year: Board *U per moth In- cluding light, fuel, Ukl washing. himii Advance oct tuain, inwariaUe, nn not allowed. _ Cansrs—Twelve run obi. anil evemiattlon n reeding. writing, ult rata* may enter.- -,--. Data*—Uniform to b. had 1 ha proper time to eater Mslon, thmgh snti)*t t Ja D.J. BALDWIN, ttorney at Law< Mwtn, Texas *s , . ". Not. 11853-1 y L. A. ABKXCROMBII KO.T1B1E, W, Htntrrilie, Tolas. arts of the seventh D!i- Ut flalvetton. {Jan 801 i- J' - r JOHNB. EARLE, Connsellor at Law, Sc Land - McLennan Cotrxtv, Texas, will prac- ,and attend to Law business generally, adjoining ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1859

Cjft 8ri-®ttfets &tltgrapjj fcjjt ^ommcrnol SeUgropI) •ad is CraboftST pet anaam, In advmnca 8 00 h, per 100 coplea 3 00 _ SO ^ 175 «.«. CU8HCTS Publisher. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1859. ■mm Hohenthal & Co. advertise their Spring stock of goods, and it is a pleasure to us to inform oar readers that they have a splendid stock of goods, and that purcha- se* Bade th^relrill be sore to please. TEXAS ITEMS. .:-ui The Corpus Christi Valley mentions some iHeliitlisiiiiw near Laredo, and says, with a good deal of truth :— Tl wihih iro can afford to send off naval armaments to Paraguay, at a vast expense, to hack the claims of a small manufactur- ing and trading company which don't taont to anything like the interests of the dtiMOfl of our frontiers. We can afford to send fleets, to the coast of Africa to keep niggers barbarous sad bloody, to satisfy the Korthern Abolitionists; we can pitch iato the distant waters of China and Japan steam fleets, and expensive missions of di- plomacy, ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1859

TIIE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1859. & h. cnsHnro. APRIL*, # HUNKS DA y. Attorney, ENTON HAN- IDtstrtet Attoil BFWi an authorised BLPII, Q* Hantsvlll **■ ni-T. of tWSaveath «*trtct.ai a. WAL- Dutilct At t^We are aothorteed KKn, ef Hant* Onetrtr.ee e tornry, election Ut M< dar tn JW-We ereaathortaed to«n«wii SON, kq. Of lirtiMO coontT. «• i offloe oTBUtrict Attorney. •* the HCTCHIN- for the District, 'The card ofWelker & the tMdv to the first office is this city. ^.The Mure ofikm regular tripe pats ue < end we ere obliged to prees this week wiihoat New Orleans later ' tar Trade opens and the town is foil of are almost as badly as they used to be two ears began to bring in directs >ble law make weekly to ews from Tory lively, The streets wagons, before the ■Q_We are ind a very neat little ther for the desk as we have been i rate, and as it is have one. Call i i & Co. for suited ei- fcet. Xt is, so far [lest it, Tery aeon everybody should r to the post ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1859. SB mmmm T, APRIL 4, 1869. ♦?." Trnm the 1m. SUPREME COURT. . Bui Caa«. Ofimim If Jmtiet Robert*. Whtt.w. axq «hhi vi. mi Stats or T*XA3. vH ,11 in this esse that the de- f andante firt rash u association of indi- Tidoala. Bs rendered them liable to be puinenntr* by information, under the Act of 1948, entitled " An Act to suppress ille- gal Banking;" that in determining who aoutitnted aa association in contemplation of ike sflMBi the subject must be consid- ered in referenoe to the participation of the individuals in the criminal act—to wit l to circulate as money, as well interest they have in the capital ■took, by being stockholders. Being shown to have been associated together as officers, and participating by concert in doing the thing prohibited, the? are liable lo be pros- eoutad, although there may be som others liable tta stockholders, who are not Joined as defendant*. That these defendants did not have au- thority by bv to issu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 April 1859

edpcatimal# Texas PPK.N Irty wnek*. divided la two ■Tcrnoir—Collegia t<v* Preparatory, $30 perB ":iwiiri«Wf. debts examination ■the ground fMtttote^HHH ttv beginning or uto Mat any time. | e.IQRSMYj ^^■MTexas. THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1859. Bastr*, PEC fourth seal 1859, under the ALLEN, the founder. eat of the Kentucky! graduate of West Point, stated 6y an iWeftcalW- . that usually taught in tne dots* ed coarse in mathenuttcs, and civil engineering, *«h -SMSSSS^l- stitute kasau excellent ana i extensive Apparatus, not a buildings now under contract, 1 accomawliflop of lOPOidifcs^ SSffor farther i tendent. Bastrop, Jsnnary tt. MB I Rev.RnfOsC. 0tinDEw2tak;XM- French Languag KevRlohairdl Philosophy and Bailee LettN Mr O HLeland, A B- Pn*« nomy. Louis Franke, A. M-,1 Literature. MrJLSm Wm. H. 1 HonKT lion R E B Baylor, WmP" John TJjla" dents lute, January, R. T. P. >erlntend- nguished Engineer: as- study will be wlUi an extend- 1 sciences, use of in- spiritual in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1859

devoted to News, PollUcs, Intern*) Improve terstare,£c~. Is Issued every Monday, Wad and trtiaj evening. at 3 o'clock. eUTce&fp £efegrap(j ■11 the leading articles, the News, Commercial iragrapbsofthe Trt-Week- -dnesday morning. : <5oinmmial ®eltgrapi] JW^ltidCTOtedparticalartyto Commercial matters, ! : v dedrned to aflbrd the merchant a condensed snmmaiy j faflmiter« of Interest in this and other markets In- - 'ceseorrent for the Information of his cnsto- > issued OT«g Thursday afternoon at So'elk. jtv —mm. in advance $ 3 00 ftea ,^^ „ 26 00 , per annra, iLnrtwince 8 00 a, per 100 copies 3 00 ... SO * 173 1. H. CtJSHTNG Publisher. * < :> WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1859. |gUAiken & Co. have an unusually large ^^lumber of magazines and periodicals this V^iorning... , >. , nan i We are indebted .to Aiken & Co., tod Forsgard ft Burke, for the April num- . ber of Harpers' Magazine. It is a first rate V number as usual. Price 25 cents. ' 1' HrVt are indebted t« Forsga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1859.' IBMbj Celegrf jj. B. H. mr«mro. Editor WEDNESDAY, JTSIL 18, 1859. rom DISTKIGX attobsbj ' «s— to announce BBXTQN nflTTlT r iTnEtTnlrT-acaddldateforDUtriel nBtifci.at the ensning elect! m Mrttuilnd to announce JOHN G. WA gfit " a" « Ctannty. m a candidate for District At l.r^ stsctSs Augurt next. hV< nWMMt toannoonce J. W. HUTCHIX- p— rfflHnm county, as a candidate for the JfKrtrtct Attorney, fix- the 7th Judicial District, | -* '*•* ■ • \ < Feb. 13. prevalence The] of measles in several parts of conn^r. says that the Directory of] county Road have let bmlding a bridge acros the ronte. The Enquirer says that some damage had een done there to the crops by the cold| ireather. , on Ctofe lriofd Office, j ■ySEt ara autharlxei to announce JOHN R. HAYSl ofHardin county, date of Houston connty.) asacaadt-l Jlte for Commissioner of the U«n'l. Land Office. .SubI . Jed to. thft nomination of {be State Democratic Conven-I tion. -iiVm' : Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1859

the weekly telegraph, wednesday, april 13, 1859. ^ ' • Thb WBST. Th6 Gonxalet Inquirer says that crops * ": 'an coming on finely. Good stands of corn hsre been obtained, and in many fields it is •mkM.Ugk- Cotton is doing lfeD.'Good % mainim"" rains hare fallen in most parts l^ofthe^unty. The Inquirer meations the killing of a . Moore, a teamster, ?by a Mr. Johns, of ttown. There was an'old grudge, and ft killing is supposed to have some justi- ...'V :.Xhe Inquirer says that, next to the Wat- ' rOus affair, the mail arrangements are the s >Vgreatest humbug of the day. . ~ The same paper says that a good deal of cotton is passing through that place, bound ^the bay. ti lAe Inquirer understands that four citi- njtitoM of that county are on their way *K/fr v* "" there from Mexico, with six thousand head "* Tnipim is in favor of & railroad * " with [Houston. It is agrowing dty, this railroad, into Western Texas. The Victoria Advocate makes mention of * Mr. Vandenburgh, who has made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1859. ENdTIffiii. Texas Military AT RBXKKSV _ lastltnte, •> rotowtclem OPENS next Session Jsnuary itth-Collegeyearot Willi aniitiillHilnil In two—limn anils frith T-~ Tumoa—Collegiate, BO per sesslnn, or 10D per year Preparatory, $S0 per session, (English studies only,) $06 ptryear. T'.' ~ LnaaaTFran-fS per year; Board $12 per month la- eluding light, ItaeL and washing. pS*£ra^AlT^ SSlMrton, invariable, debts not allowed. :t; v Casna—Twelve years old, and passing examination " rturtlny, wrlliii| «n<< thrift* th. ground rules may enter. _ . • _ Sua*—Uniform to be had at the Institute. The proper time to enter la at the beginning of the legion, though entrtea may be made at any time. Address, C.G. FOR8HEY, Ja T.'Wwly. Rutersvjlle Texas. THB (Worth X lffl , under the ALLEN, the foot " ent of thaKcntni graduate of West and clTll engineering, i Institute, on the 34th January, itendenee of Col. R. T. P. : jnany years saperlntend- , insti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 April 1859

• v-i, Mond*T' | Weeftfy £efegrapO| ewi, OMMi ofth* Trl-Week- I morning. H for the tnlbraaaog <g hn casto- per annmm. In advance 8 OS per 100 copies. 3 00 .- 30 a. 1T6 x. H. CUSHING Publisher. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1869. Wasted.—We have often laui the question asked why it is that ., there should be so wide a difference in the % east of railroad* in Texas, as some accounts hare represented. For instance, the Har- , risburg Railroad is Baid to have cost only about $13,000 per mile, notwithstanding it wis commenced at an early period, when tbtalf had to be paid for at the high- when the company labored ..under msny disadvantages for the want of • oinoiTciitiii others have had. We have ^ ' lately been assured by what we believe to ' Wthe-Tery best authority, that theHous- :A^fr-i^Tip and Braaxoria railroad will cost WlJpYeiy little, if any thing, over $10,000 per when fully stocked and pot in com- plete waning order; and yet we fee that ether oompanies hare given out contracts ~' wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WKUMESPAY, APRIL 20, 1859. ttgtapl}. BENTOj^^^ f%.We an aMM '••SSSS us; or Han* Q ntr, aj^i^« tocw, doctlonlstlB>oday'nAtt«m!tn"t ■onac* j. W.hdtchuf- u. candidate tor the r U* nil Judicial District, Jen. OfB* Land Office. J0HKR.HAY8 «&$2VBSiSSr* of tha State Democratic 2' |flp understiiid that the Gitad •Temple of Hoaor of Western TexM^Rtt meet in thiacity on the fourth Monday in May. This is* Mqwrance organization of high character^ " k j../ya|4ig yy We uadt^jthnd that a contract has been made to hofli the oity cem- etries, at a oosk «f about $1500. The work is done under tlfe wperriaio# of the city council, though ft Is expected that the money will wmOj be proyided'by pritate subecriptioaa. ' Ve hope when the people are called oarttl^f wQl he readytoaid in atomed liberality. .«■ the work1 yy Gen. Houston passed through town a-ain this w^remaining here during the day Monday. He "will remore to Cedar Point at an early day, as soon as he can l fixed to h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY,! APRIL 20, 1859. MONDAY. APRIL 20, PONDENCK m Dailas. Texas, April 9,1869. Ed T*l o aph—Dear 8ir: On the morn- tii* 6th inst., a deep gloom was over oar town and vicinity, in con- e of the melancholy announcement of lie sadden death of Judge J.W. Latimer, editor of the Dallas Herald. • He died ai 8 o'clock, A. M., at his late residence, m traumatic erysipelas, after only a few hw -s siokness. His remains were take* to ' District Court room on the 8th inat., wl the Her. James A. Smith and CoL M. Johnson, pronounced a highly approprii e and merited eulogy upon the life and chi r- acter of the deceased. During the fune' a oheeqaies, all the buiness houses and shpc asftEl -fM *> ' ti ' 'The Masonic Fraternity took charge of and conveyed his remains to the Masonic cemetery, where they were interred with masonic .ceremonies, in the most solemn . and orderly manner. The unusual large procession of the Masonic Order, and oi mourning friends, attested the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1859. wm TST1K TKAVHJJlfi PUBLIC. Railway. ' excepted) at 7 RtUc* M Ulffan fc PMieogen "TTItOM and after Dec. 10th, 1S5S. freight and X nrtrains will leav* tbtl— " 1 totr streets, dally [ daily, it _ -MR It will ba delivered as heretofore on Freight for Richmond and li' will be shipped only on Monday, W* wBtafaaMiaadi fgfJLt LAWYERS. D. J. BALDWIN, . turner at Law, flium, Texts i£s« T'V Iot. 1 ffSS-ly" ""■ssroiL itttmyitt -am. Will practice In the courts of the seventh Die rlct. and the Supreme cogr tot Galveston- (Jan 30 1 •i. a ; ABEBCBO Huxteville, raa*. a4K. 1859* ^'1859 ■;*; - After Januarrlit,1859, Trains an the B. B.B. AC. Rail- way *n leave HarTistrarg.at To'cjbck A. H., Ally,(Sun- day* excepted) canneetin* at Richmond with stages for Aaatln, La Grange and folanibas, gomalea. and&Ln ceptodTats o'clock, pT^SToemiKtSg Boats at Harrisburgtsr * Jan. 1, tf JNO. A WILLIAMS, Wt-B- B. B. * C.Railwa,- MrtHe^aBd Texas Steamship Line iwo* ...

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