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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 July 1856

1 4 Mi SIS Jpp li!i ^fe* at «h*i ur * rt fi r% ff*« r < Kcrir hWrM T#f ti. ??. VOL. xxn—NO. 16. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2,1856. * i*-.' mist w ALLEN & BROCKET, Street. «S 50 ..150 1 00 50 10 00 PtrtLiaTTERS AND PROPRIBTOR9. tnm-Mr'r1 BuiUi p. Fmkhm TERMS: Fo# on* ye*TIn *v« >ee- ■i ,Lx mouths in Hates •« AdrertHlBj. One uuftrc,first insertion ••• ■ "do e ch subsequent insertion da do one year Eiflht Unes or less to constitute square. 41? transient advertisement s to be paid for when handed in- This rulo *iU not be deviated from in deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per ye«r. Marriages and Deaths published as news. ries charged for as advertisements. ... Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbULand charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,$5; &t*t« District and Congressional. $10. ^SvCTtisements not within the legitimate business cf Yearly Advertisers charged extra. AlUommunication...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 July 1856

fcrtati €elegnt{jt). 0) WEDHESOAY, JULY 2. 1#«. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, •f pbiktlltiku. . FOR FJC* PRESIDENT, I a breckenridse, OB tCKTCCKT. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. xlkctors for the st atx at large. 1'Bi.lKBOWOCil, W. K.SCl'BKV district electors, a. j. aanam* VOJfQRESUOJfAL a. j. hood, ror comptroller.' - /AXtS B. IHAff • rojt treasurer. JiXt H. KAT3IOXO. for attorney oejferal. J.4.TIES WILLIE. Democratic and Anti-Know Nothing Ticket for County Officers. tar Chief Justice—T B. J. HADLEY. - County Clek—Vt 11. R. BAKER. «• Sheriff—JNO. R. GRIMES. *' Coroner—ANDREW DALY. " County Tieaturer—J AS. BERRY. " District Surveyor—SAM. C. WEST. " Assessor and Collector—R. BREW ST R. V Conwy Ommkikmn JKO. VIVEN S. A. CHAMBERS, CHAS. SHEARS', S. HAQERMAK. - _ For Justices of the Peace, Beat No. 4.—S, RICHARDSON, E. SIMLER. . Constable, Beat Ho. 4.—E. F. WILLIAMS. TAKE NOTICE. No person !a authorized to collect or receipt tor the Houston Telegraph except oar authorized agent, Mr. B. 0. Pow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 July 1856

Bottsfffll OLVBBEfG ffce proprietors of Ihe Telegraph, Wing made *1to fttMMho «n> intetHgomee (■fMftttrtH ritt ia IMIlKtri in ailUkofwt QiiWsS ill u wallai many other m-ttjT" of local interest which can bo obtained only &r««fh the medium of this payer To tin man who fool* W Ittmt in oar own railroad, or thou in (••MfUtin elaewhere In the State, It will proven rmhseSis companion. We have adopted the took (jjtn, altar a hlr teat of the credit, and flatter •anelTM that the inereaaed usefulness of oar pa- per, la agnaaqnenea of thia chance, will mora than compensate llsr the difference between payment in advance and payment at the end of the year. Postmasters Everywhere are reqneated to aet aa agents and receipt for ma. always sending the (aa* with the subscriber'* name: OnaCopy. ana year. fS SO jilt 4 " " 10 00 Sight" " " 14 00 Tea " " " 14 00 f he pawn who sends aa the largeat number of sahacribers ahall receive half the amount, either In meaay, or anything elae procurable here...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 July 1856

\ \ .«• Rail road Xectiap. *■- A IrtTjre and respectable or tlie citizens of Lavnret Comity convfUffl et the Conrt Honsu in H.illottsville on Jwtardiy the Sl.st, May 1S56, in neeor with a provions en II by notices ftftvr k np thromrhont the e«nnty. .notf^rv 'of.' R. M Travis E "V, Hon. Maryland Jone<*. Chief Jn t!<* ot t'-e county was, calli.'d to the cha5". htH W. J. Howerton appniuted Secretory Thfc object of the ir.ettinj being eTTflain- ed by K. M. Travis Esq.. ond W. J Ilowerton, on n.otion a roniRiitte" of fifre, IS. M. Travis. \V. J. Howrrfon. Kamnei, Harjier Esq , Dr. R. II Pirns andCapt. Simms were appoiuteri to drait. isolations expressive'of the ser.Ke of the meeting. The committee retired and afler a .while returned and through their chair- pi™, W. J. llowerton reported the following preamble and resolutions to v.it: VTiicrras. a Bailrond convent'on i - proposed to be held in the city of Aos t:n on the 4:h day of July next, r:iH whereas several propositions are row...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 July 1856

+5 4V-~ ♦ vol. xxh--no. 17. houston, texas, wednesday, july 9, 1856. WHOLE NO. 1169. AUBH * BROCKET, publishers and wowttltois. ■TTtiegrmfk Building*^ franklin Street i j f terms: • atx months In advance d 90 . 1 SO latn •( A<T«rtMB(. 6m square, first insertion $1 qD do do each subsequent Insertion..... SO 4o da one year 10 00 light Une* or less tocoMtltutea square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when leaded to- This rale will not be deviated from In *"X liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more sqnares per year. M.rriages and Deaths publishers news. Obitua- ries charted for as advertisements. AdvartiKmei.ts not marked irtien handed In, will inaertei until forbid And eharfed for accordingly. Candi lates* annonii cements for coaaty offices, -5; State, district and Congressional. 010 Advertisements not within the legitimate business «f Yearly Arfve-tiser, charged extra. All eoomanicationa for the office should be id* dressed to Alls* * Brocket. \ FRIDAY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 July 1856

lunstoa €rlfguijil). AiO,\DAV, J VLX 7, 1856. FOIL PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF rSSKSTLTANIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, J. G. BRtiCSENRIDGE, OK J&BN'rrCKY. DEMOCRATIC ST.VTK TICKKT. ELECTORS FOR THE STATE JIT LARGE. Fit.IKKBOVTDE1, W.it.SCPKK*. COJfORESStOJf.Ah DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. liOUfi, A. J. HAMIiTODi. VOR COMPTROLLER ; > Jf AillKS B. SUA W. FOR TREASURER, TAMliS It. KAYMOMB. FOR ATTORJfET OEMERAL. WILLIE. Democratic and Anti-Know nothing Ticket for Co'inty Officers. For Claef Justice—T. B. J. HADLEY. " County Cle k—WM. R. BAKER. " Sheriff—JNO. R- GRIMBS. '• C'T arr—ANDREW DALY. " County Treasurer—J AS. BERRY. " District Surveyor-—SAM. C. WEST. " Assessor and Collector—R. BREWSTFR. " County Commissioners—JNO. YIVEN, S. A. CHAMBERS, S. HAOERMAN. For Justices of tie Peace, Brat No. 4.—S. RICHARDSON, E. SIMLER. Constable, Beat No. 4.—E. F. WILLIAMS* FOR COVNTY S"ltVEVOK. T>*7*We nre authorised to announce '8AM. C. WK3T MS candidate (or Uotkit Suavkroa. at the ensuing Augus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 July 1856

1 [Jfokgntp^ 3 in (Mian Mn ■«irtrrf—-*"ii— MpmrU •f th* tountry, a d being detnraiaed prtillrt a wtr iwj way worthy of public p - l i^MtWl invite the attention of their present natea, and the public generally, to the M- lowiog Inducements to clubbing. K*«yn n«rheha« ili —mi in ITili rllj l Intel to the StaAeef tM Cewoa and Provision market, aa will a, many ether lastMr, aMooal infarert which can be obtained only thro*ch lhe mrfOa* ef this paper- To the man who feel* any intereet In ear own railroad, er theaein aiplatl,a elearlte in the State, it will pee* •valuable companion. We hate adopted the «" tyttrmj altera Mr tart of the credit, and flatter «urselvea that the increased nsefalneu of ear \ l(r, in mnmiiw of thie change, win mare than conpenaaie for tedlflecenee between payment In •dTanee and payaest at the end of the year. gtoatnaatera everywhere are requested to act as a«antt«4k'receipt for us, always sending the t—k with the anhecriber'e name: Oeedvpy. one year. « •* 50 Jlv, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 July 1856

wdm * Jgy Aocora.vj; \o ? t .l".v-r, rem- be.r hanger Wetter tbia -a-:;!, fn-cor ing to Plu.arch, thfy can res'st th effect a of wise bett r, according to U;ger, thej-frow oKl an:l ae?er bald; ajcordia# iaTPiin/ they are -aever at- UckeJ bj'Uoax according -to. Quo ter, the j can t*lfc. fet*. cm i L< Rai Boa J Efretlag la CoIJlo. At a krgf ami rt-spec*.abta meeting of th? citizens of Guttia coauty, Texas., hulil^ut the town of ie Kiunej ou tin- 7 tii lust. to eppoiut delegates to nit^t iu the towu of Dallas ou the 28th at a proposed Kail I toad Convention to bt boldea in s:iid town for the purpose oi taking iuto eoiusidt-ration the best rail- road policy which should be adopted by the Legislature at i 8 approaching session the, following resolutions were •Uuaniinoush adopted. 1. Resolved, .Tiiat we approve of the Corporate system of constructing rail roads iu the state, uided by louus o; money from th* suite, with the pres- ent bonus of lai d ^n;nt- u, as the sniesi, best, and spa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 July 1856

q, •— —■--> ;; , ^jstut v+ s •* *- ..**♦ } -il-M'l ^T ^ 'forw-- ■••■ >rv> :.• '' A %' ' ' 1 *• ' ■ t t|i> «* -' • • * >£ '£k y* - t '. v " - - • ■' - -' jPM-".- 4-S < ~. JM "f ' " "■'"' •■ w mi WW W-W/ M t * y^xxn-m-18. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1856. WHOLE Np. 1170 <wajmgmtfgg ALLEN & BROCKET, f/- PROTR.IITOR3. Frankli Streit. TERMS: men.-.«.... tusd ranee ml A<TertiiiB(> .-32 50 -.150 On, square, tort uwdrtiou.. $1 oj do W each subsequent insertion—. 50 «• !• #^sjrs*r-V-—. w 00 Biriit Kbm orlets to constitute a square. Alflra sientadv<irtisementstobei>aid for when mMtl* Ail rale will not be deviated from in ■« ffif * A liberal doduetion made to those who advertise Obitua- 1 Deaths published as news, r as advettisuneDts. «• sriwtwws per year. Marriages and E T*?dTertfsements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid,and charged for accordingly. Candidates* announcements for county offices,£5; State, District and Congress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 July 1856

MONDAY, JULY 14, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, •r raixatLTARu. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, t I C. BRECKENRIDGE, • 1 * OE ifMTCCKT. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ELECTORS roM THf. STATE AT LA ROE. rm.tiL Boivno. W.R.SCCKKV. DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HAMILTON. . - COJfO RE SSTOSfAL «.'j. hood, FOR COMPTROLLERS, JTA.nES B. SH AW . Vi : FOR TREASCRER. JAMES H. RAVnO.XD. TO* JtTTORJfF.r OE.VERAL. JAJIES WILLIE. lwmcntic and Anti-Know Nothing Ticket for County Officers. For Chief Justice—T B. J. H ADLET. rr . " County Cle k—WM. R. BAKER. " Kfcrif—JNO. R. GRIMES. ' Confer—ANDREW DALT. •* County Treasurer-—J AS. BERRY. " District Surveyor—SAM. 0. WEST. "Assessor and Collector—R. BREWSTt R. " County Commissioner*■—JNO. VIVEN, 9. A. CHAMBERS, S. HAGERM AN. For Junius of the Peace, Beat No. 4.—S. RICHARDSON", E. SIMLER. Constable, Beat No. 4.—E. F. WILLIAMS* b FOR COCSTY SfTRVElTOR. JTyWe'or* anthoriied to snnonnee SAM. C. WEI IU elndiitate tar Cosjrrr Bcnvavoa, at the earning Angnst election. my 36 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 July 1856

clubbirtt . «T tte •Ntapmpk.J*'!* aad4 llilinnnllf «r latest inteltifona* rgfUammtr .a «bota« determined t *mtg Mr worthy of p«bU« J - inrUe the attention of their I Um public generally, to the fo1'- ictabbiag. Mrtrrmtawho has I My to Interested la the Bttte of onr I market, as nil u many other I which can be obtained only • this paper To the man who aay interest Ik bar wi railroad* or those in " wUlprerea ife have adopted the natk fhir tot of the credit, and flatter oursehW* that the Increased aiefalaeae of oar pa- yer. to consequence of this change, will more than fcr thn difference between payment in rfmnrs aad.paymeat at the end of the year. Formatters everywhere are requested to act as and receipt for as. always sending the '«* with the eabacrtber'i name : fiiOtpr. one year. M rt*a ' . " " 19 00 Bight " " *• i 14 00 i|^ M >1 M IS 00 fki p«rson who sends us the larceet nnmber or m milm (hall rsssis* half the amonnt. either in meney. eranythlng else procurable here, In Hew Or'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 July 1856

Aboutiixist Captured bv a Nksko. — Brown. t!:e editor of the Hmi aid Fretsiom. Knnpaa, when atti.-mptfiijr to wn« caught by a ri.^ro. Lite n the evening a negro slave saw a man let down fro'n a back window, and at once suspecting it to be Brown, ap- proached ami asked his name. Brown, suspecting he would Iks safe with one of hia v*iuJiar people, readily told him, nd asked his assistance in gettinjr away. The necro said. ".No sir ; yon cannot li.*ave ; I will take you to my ttrown tried to p^rsnaoe the neqro that he was his hest friend, and bad «ot in'o his present dilemma by endeav- ori'ijT to benefit the necrocs. This ne- <?j rco ied that no one thanked bin J :>r his endeavors, and thai he had done thorn a t.fjon<Hiid tirnes more harm than «t". when he delivered Brown vT-jf to hi* m-Vter. TEGOOCltG KOSSK, of theGalvsstoiiaii.l Red River Rail O' X-i ro^ti.oiLcc at SchrirnprtHoitl, as Clvi. liugi neer, Architect and Buildir, will continue to draw designs ot y'ibiiu and priva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 July 1856

dfgrapb vol. xxn-No. 19. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 23,1856. WHOLE NO. 1171. I.BN * BROCKET, fmLTmKM AND PROPRIETORS. gH>a T>llf"rx Building*, Fmklin Strut. TERMS: tariMjMtteatouM m (is months in advance 52 SO .ISO •1 1)0 SO 10 00 BstM •< AdTertiilnr- On tqoara, fait Innrtton do do each subsequent insertion— do do onayear Sight Une* or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisementi to be paid for when banded in. Tikis rule will not be deviated from in •wy ftlH- A liberal deduction made to those vbo advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handsa in, will he inserted until forbid^nd charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county omces,*5; gUte, District and Congressional. •I . Advertisements not within the legitimate business of Yearly Adversers charged extra. All communications for the ofllce should be ad' dressed to Au fc Brocket....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 July 1856

lunston €flfgnijil). MONDAY, JULY 21, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PESSSTLVANIA. FOR~VICE PRESIDENT, J, C. BRECKENRIDGE, •E KFuMl'CKY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. f.kkctors for the state at large. FRANK BOWDE3, W.B.SCBKKY. COJTORF.SSrOA'AL A.J. HOOD, DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HAMILTON. FOR COMPTROLLER.', JAMES B. SHAW. FOR TREASURER. JAMES II. RAYMOND. FOR ATTORJfEY OEJfERAL. JAMES WILLIE. Democratic and Anti-Know Nothing Ticket for Coiin'y Officers. For Chief Justice—T B. J. IIADLEY. " County Clerk—Wll. R. BAKER. " Sheriff-—JNO. R. GRIMES. " Coroner—ANDREW DALY. " County Treasurer—J AS. BERRY. *' District Surveyor—SAM. C. WEST. •• Assessor and Collector—R. BREWSTf R. " County Commissioners—JNO. YIVEN, S. A. CHAMBERS, S. HAGERMAN. For Justices of the Peace, Beat No. 4.—S. RICHARDSON, E. SIMLER. Constable, Beat No. 4.—E. F. WILLIAMS* D* We learn from private letters from Austin that the River Bill passed on the 17th, -and that the Loan Bill would certainly pass next day.. O" M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 July 1856

CLUBBING. i * « * i The proprietors of the Telegraph, having made ■rraBfieoicnts to procure the fry latest intelligence Jr„m mil pert* of tke country, and being determined to a paper every way worthy of public pa- tronage, respectfully invite the attention of their preseat reader*, and the public generally, to the fol- lowing inducements to clubbing, livery man who has dealings in this city is interested in the State of our Cotton and Provision market, as well as many other matters of local interest which can be obtained only through the medium of thiiipaper* To the man who feels any interest in our own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere in the State, it will provea valuable companion. We have adopted the cash ■film,' after a fiur test or the credit, and flatter ourselves that the increased usefulness of our pa- per, in consequence of this change, will more than compensate for the difference between payment in xdvance and payment at the end of the year. Postmasters everyw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 July 1856

A ft Henry Sampson <$• Co. fife. & M W1 Invite th« tftoatloa if lit flmm and KmiitoU «> u« Interior to ot mlujn- traatrt uwrtnxnl o< VALL AJID W1NTKR QOODS Just received from tbe Northern and Waters mar MM«C imost all article* started to the w Lta of Ot people. Tit: 9r5ce1ub3, rakdwahb, brt 00099 C10THT50300T8^HOS!'JUTa,OAr^ bf'jnfbt8,woodwarr,chockkrt, 0las8wark, 8abdlery. b AOOTHO, ropb wi5s8 and liquors, tobmco, se3ah3. io-.tc., *c. Wood and Willow Ware* Bsooxs—30 dot wire and twine brooms. • wasbiouds—20 dox wood and fine rashhoturds. JIxKotrr Kbo—SO dox one and two gallon painted water kegs Watt BrcK*TS- 10 doi oak well bucket,. Choffiho Trats—10 dox extra quality chopping trays. Axe Hurts— 100 d- assorted Axe Helves. Cocoa Dirrans—5 l-dls rimmed Cocoa Dippers. Barrel Covins—1" dot barrel covert. kept Boms— iw> nests wood Boxes. Straw Papsr—300 reams, assorted sixes. Wa*rniie Twist—10 bdls wrapping Twine. i<aj(f Wicx—10 bdli Lamp Wick. T.iaroa Km-i, 1<>...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 July 1856

'-v HMU& ft Khbt: IS s—£ vol. xxn---NO. 20. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1856. WHOLE NO. 1172- ALLEX Sc. BROCKET, PUBLT3IIKKS AND PROPRIETORS. Orrica—Tcltgroph Building*. Franklin Strut. TERMS: For year In advance •• mx months in advance.**..* •1«0 50 10 00 Rates •( Advertising. One square, first Insertion do do eachsabseqaent insertion do do one year Sight lines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when banded in. This rale will not be deviated from in any case. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid.and charged for accordingly Candidates1 announcements for county offices,S3; State, District and Congressional. 510. Advertisements notwithiu tlie legitimate business of Tearly Adve-tisers charged extra. All communications for the office should ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 July 1856

limstaa MONDAY. JULY 88, 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, .tamer BUCHANAN, OF RHH8ILTAHIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, i c. breckenridge, OE KESTCCKY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ELECTOR8 TOR THE 8TJ1TE AT LARGE. I'RA.fK BOWDEX) W.B.SCPBBY. COJfGRESStOJfAL DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HOOD* A. J. HAMILTON. FOR COMPTROLLER.', JAJICS B. SHAW . rea treasurer. JAHE8 H. BAIMOSB. for attorxet gfjterjl. JAMES mLLlE. Democratic and Anti-Know Nothing Ticket for County Officers. For Chief Justice—T B. J. HADLEY. " County Cleik—WM. R. BAKER. \ " Sheriff—JSO. R. GRIMES. " Coroner—ANDREW DALY. " County Treasurer—J AS. BERRY. " District Surveyor—SAM. C. WEST. " Assessor and Collector—R. BREWSTP R. " County Commissioners—JNO. VTVEN, S. A. CHAMBERS, S. HAGERMAS". For Justices of the Peace, Beat No. 4.—S. RICHARDSON, E. SIMLER. Cam table. Beat No. 4.—E. F. WILLIAMS* The Completion of the First Scciion of the Houston and Red River Rail- way. The agony is over! Doubts, perplexities, evil forebodings have all given way before th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 July 1856

lonstnn Cplegcap|. Rkpobt or tub Kaxsas Committee.—The majotity repurt of the Kansas' investigating committee lias been published in advance by the Timex mid Tribune newspapers of New York, copies having been furnished to them j for the purpose. It is a one-sided document, CLtBBlXti. Ik. pnphtei or the Iciegrmpk. baying maJe j wight hive been expected, throwing all ua.Di.AMim u KMtRthe C.r,ut„u t,n,e.*c. I ^ebla'uronthe MisKQiiriaiisandjjro-sJaveT^ fron aXl?*Tt* .} fie c« entry, mud being determined ta (ifttiilah * paper every way wurthj of public pa troc&se, twpestiulljr isrite the atteutlon of their preeeut r&Meri, «nd tha public (coenuij, to the tol • to *itg iaduseiucUto clatbicj. Every m«n whe Las dMxiiuf* in this city it Interested in the State o! our C<-t:cu iutd Proriaion market, a* well at many otb*r EkKttat of loaalintereat which can he obtained only t >I oujii the mtdiom of thl paper- To the man who t* l* any interest in ear «*n railroad, or those in edB*«ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 July 1856

Easily Pleased.—The fact of Col. Fremont's being a slaveholder it seems is troubling some of the brethren, and they find him a bitter pill to swallow. A black brother—we mean a brother in the black cause—recently wrote to Horace to know if he were so and what should be done about it, whereupon he the Tnbunt answers very mildly, denying the charge, but says "if it were so it would make no difference. In fact Horace thinks practice is not of much account so that people will only profess the orthodox faith. Just hear him | Col. Fremont is not a slaveholder ; "but aappose lie were—what of it ? Do wot yon ~and I recognize the legal right to hold slaves in a slave State ? Have we i et repeatedly voted for the slave- holders whom we knew to be right ou t'.e great issues at stake ? Is it not tjutte likely that we may do so again ? 33o you not see that when you indig- nantly deny that Col. F. is a slave- holder, an adversary will argue that you tacitlty affirm that all slaveholders ought to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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