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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

Ctltjrapl) e«ftflmp9 sstesastistfecss WMnwUr tor Hulling Mm nmiai $elegrapl) Jthuorlrto Oauunerctel matters, and t ■fyio -—W _—■nmpssps Intkfcaat other market* la rthelaibnastlon W U* coM riiont toy ifteraooa at ItfcUt per aanain, la advance St# per 108 copies ■. SSB •— 88 — . I " k. h. otjshixo AY. A Pit Ik 20. Uofc Ada Logan's Theatieal com 1 fa town, and will JwwU to our citiiens, K itu bs obtained. The cogi- _ piuiy li oie of high character, and ink ' Totad to thn Irgifimi'ir drama exclusively It will be well patronised by the theatre 1 ftkfo (flktsit;. (be numerous posters ,that Prof. Dolland a rela-, ^H^^0i^d-Nnowoed Prof. Barey, . ■ his services to those wishing lo •" looTn the true secret of fUrey'a art of horse .^^yiSS^'r from 'he numerous items and . aotioss shown as from various places where ha has exhibited his skill, we most eheer- fbBy recommend him to the consideration of aB interested in the art of effectually i tiaio* horses aad males. '^^^PfnJS*7rs§f EAS*..- that i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

\ E. H. CTTgHDIQ. Editor. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1859. *■* lie Richmond Barter ys that the shipment of cotton by the last two ireeka by theB. B.B. & C. road were as follows:— Richmond, San Bernard, Randon's............. THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WHIIVBSUAV. APRIL* '27. 185 T — ......1245 bales. ....<41136 " Mt. 205 «« Rr pro- Xo be given at the present tefminus «f the Washington county Railroad, on the Brazos river, on the first Saturday in May. We hope to be there and to see half of Houston and all the country present. . JP —,.y . • : it Sabbath School, and school will take an ex- Monday morning on the Bra- Point. There will be <ra Monday morning. \ Par- excursion, wishing to go down, the second train. • No doubt it pleasant party. % #• ties not ' We are glad to see Ned Williams, l HfiT*i****j again on our streets, at- testing to his duties. Bis health is- much i^jtroved by his recent trip to Louisiana. the little backset he got on the rrinrton haa not-improved his appearance v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL '27, 18o . MONDAY, APRIL?*, 8e* notioe of Fors- thrt| Mr. Forsgard continues Vibr kis own account, and we I Mm to our patrons as a reliable , worthy business man. MST A friend writing ns from Ai tte" ^of s,tur^- * killed nearly all the corn and cotton or mat neighborhood. Planters are preparing.to replapt. The ground at present is rery dry—so dry, indeed, that seeds now put in will germinate but slowly. We hope- that the fears of our friend will apt be realiied. ' But, at the best, the frost of last Saturday I the State of Texas millions of dot y jyyfo are requested to ask those citi— I of Hotiston, who are willing to enter- * st their houses, memj&s of the Con- vention, next week, to leave their names, - mud the number they wfll accommodate, with Henry Sampson, Chairman of the Com- 1 mittee. JTe would observe that there will ' be many more people here than our hotels J e^t possibly accommodate, and that it will be necessary that the doors ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1859. TO THE TRAVELLING PBBL1C. 'VERS. 1859 ""* awm«h,'bi Great 1859 O. J. BALOWIR, A «*' ey a* Law, Houston, r«u tX: . Nov. I IBSS-ly LAWYERS. Attar Jauiury tat, ISM, , way DlliMx ll.irrLsi>urg,at day. excepted) couoacun to Au*liu,Le Grange aad KrroaJtxa.—Leave eeptod) at 1 o'clock, P. |L Boats at ttarri*>urgfor tbelLB.lt.* U. ftatt* ' A. II, dail}, (Sun jiood aitii stage* Oonxales. aiuldaii 4 every day, (Snndayex :. wiuiU. S. Mai. "■ • anaKi Koaiut BKAHCII * ABEKCBUillBlE, • turuen at Uw, HuntstriUt, n i f* Will practice in the eonrtocf the seventh Dis rict. and the Supreme couf '-at UHlres'nn. |J - i HO. A. WILLIAMS, B. B. R * «* *'•''* - 1 W. da |Mall Steamship .wiHsallfor Mu- beei. ooliers. The Cabin ha? for this trade. Ant, Witt find thl ,aad tbeaccoui or to ITU* CO fit (WvnTon. Informed that Jan. WW ffokile aad - 'HamgMoMle Leaves Galveston : JltUK— Thn a e, lew j "FA3HIJ.VJ. faU* u above. _ The "*aahKm" *111 betweenGalverton a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

'■ -'?• '; }■' ;S,5i ■ v-5^- ; 1 V ■ Mr : - x . - 9k : F «ga£;?>a "-•%v; gaSMgSSaW*^ if,;. ^ v's: 1 •' £ ; -■• £?* *: J*i • '• . •-, - ' '• ^o*": .' . ' - V^r ' ^ \,.,,^.v; ■? "-- '■ i ?■ *? •■ €fpSsS8liis: *4er«;C.r%li^" -i*K * ' ' - *. ' bt**>***:' -"gg • '-:' ■ "•?<-;' *~ " al ' .v*"- 2 '.* > . v::-y;--*<r*s. * ■-• -- ^X .1 fW; ^ — • .- ' . ~ " uml- ^Si£*4?*Sfc£? '4*^' P SS- rtjff V - >". s:' V.,^-^ " -. V -'.' J^-V" -r y- - ■ ^«ffSy*"s" ' ^— '*' "*t" v ~ " ■ _, --" *■- 5- •< ' -:- " "v "-" <SS - :£gSNfc* -sHB^sv -\ ■ fp£- - ■ .-v^S^W •>•--• Xfcv •- v..; V«? aM***" • ' ■*-- -i-*T~, ^pM Wsr*Vto' ~0>3? £-i 0- W •MS?-* ^IrNP* 1^ Safer v % LC *** § " v -j#5' 5«is' ■yj>." W, 7 if; rfe sj WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27. 1859. A New Revolutionary Story. ONE-EYED SAUL; OR THE Tory League of Seven. A TALE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. BT DS. J. H. ROBINSON. Author of "Nick Wmrras," "Bock Besot " "Halt- Wmm Nil." "MAKJOH'S Bbigadk," "Ihs Pioskm or Kestucei," etc. CHAPTER 1. THE ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

Fr^'5 ?*:, ^ ^s-r V ; <r. -tz- - • f. i v, <r%3fev ; S"fc«rjS *£^nE£^.I - . -,. vfe^.-;-i ' -Vrsr^TV y. •;~t-e^\ -~ .. s- ,cj- ^^psa\ ~ -V. . — —IS 2'.". ' ' 1 could not but recognixe its slightest tones. She shrank and crouched to mother earth earth for protection, %a the startled part- ride hides itself beneath a bough or in the friendfchrake, to escape the hurtling shot of the fiftter. Discovery appeared inevitable, for tne crackling of the limbs and the struggling and the loir-breathed curses came nearer and nearer. "Perdition seize these brambles !" ex- claimed Vantassle. "One can neither stand up nor lay down, go forrard not go back!" Jessie heard the speaker cast himself recklessly upon the gToand a few yards from her. The laurel bent and complained beneath his weight; communicating a wave of motion to the Tines around her. A vol- ley of oaths followed the remark. 'iYou're in bad temper, Cap'n," said an- other, who proved to be Simon Arrow- smith. "Who wouldn't be in ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

i J . - :• ' ' 2&UJ 1 " • ;-!*;• •• ' 1 &.I& ■ f Hi TO lBT authority Laws of the United States. |PubIic No. 131 AN ACT providing for keeping and distributing all public documents. j Ma it enacted by the Smuts and Home of Repre- sentativesof tha United Statu tf America in Con- fWiiHimUi^ That the Secretary of the Interior if hereby charged with receiving, arranging, safe keeping and distribution of all printed jonrnalt of the two houses of Oongress, and all other books and documents, of erery nature whatever, already or hereafter directed by law to be printed or purchased tor the ue of the government, ezoept of inch as are direeledto be printed or purchased for the particra lar Bieof Congrces, or if either home thereof, or {Orthe partiealar use of the Executive or of any of ate department!; and for this purpose the Secreta- ry of tile. Interior ia hereby directed to set apart a proper room or rooms in the Patent Office bnilding to be used lor this and no other purpose; an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 April 1859

sary for securing the title in said soil to bona fide - purchasers thereof; and that in no case shall non- resident proprietors be taxed higher than residents Sixth, And that the said State shall never tax the lands or property of the United States in said State: Providsd, hovever* That in case any of the lands herein granted to the State of Oregon for the purpo- ses specified in this act, the amount so confirmed shall be deducted from the quantity specified in this act. * Sac. 5. And be it fu)tker enacted, That, until Congress shall otherwise direct, the residue of the Territory of Oregon shall be and is hereby incor ated into and made a part of the Territory of Wash- ington. > Approved 14 February, 1859. IPublic Ho. 19.J AN ACT for the relief of the Mobile and Ohio Rail Koad Company. Be it enacted by ike Senate and Howe of Repre- sentatives of the United States of America i, Co*- . gress assembled, That whereas the State of llissis- slsstppi, by its act approved on the twenty-e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 May 1859

. Poiittae, Internal Improve ASSESS ™ .CefegrapO Hews, Commercial u erf the Trt-Week- y morning. saal ScUgrapf) to OwamercUl mttigre, and U erchant a condensed summary* in tula Ad other markets In-, the information of Ms r— ^$300 m per ami am. In advance 8 00 per too co plea.—_— in — 175 AT, APRIL 27, I "Lord Lyons is making a favorable t la Washington." We make lots erery day when oar press in We hojpe oar citizens will ljWt forget to the* members of the of reception, with the number of they will entertain daring the The following are. the com- . W. Henderson, W. Anders, A. * j. W- Scott, A. Rich- , ?. Moore, A. J. Hay, Goldthwaite and W. The committee are request- ed to meet at the office of J. W. Henderson tKi afternoon at 5 o'clock. Our readers will notice the adver- eoncert next week. The QptaE ia laid by those who have to b most epleadid piece, and We do not doubt the will prore the attraction of it will be given by Hons- ■tirdy, we really hope it by every citizen of the By al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 May 1859

san the weekly telegraph, wednesday, may 4, i85 . WEDNESDAY, O-WUr District At J. W. HPTCHIN- ^■■^■for the HOflct.1 ■JOHNR. HAY8 county.) ul candi- . Land offlcp- Sub- ^■^^HCbnv'en- For ja- We ire authorised of Hardin county. 0 *« °J d&ta fi>r CommJatooer of Jed to the nominstlnn of tion. 8. nlas caused two thooMad .persona to ooma|| suicide. « 9, Iifkaa burnt or otherwise destroyed the amount of at least, fire mil- lions ofttollars. ' a, . •■ made not less than 200,000 . 11. J® has made at least- one million 12. Ii haa endangered the inheritance left us by our fathers, and fixed a foul blot npolt the fair* fame of America. For tfese and other considerations 'it .is that ei«£r patriot tad every friend of man •hould'Jiel.himself bound.to take arms common enemy, and expel him borders. . , BOCEEDIHGS or THE EMOCRATIC .Should any of o«r advertising paW rons find UremselTWl aftjpeoted this week, we hope they will tional disregard of pressure on our assembling of the vention. it to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 May 1859

t THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1859. w •*?£ MON&AY, MAY 2, 1869. -3fi # gTAS ITEMS. -• •;* • Ths Lowm ttowrar-" ■ i ■■.. ■.. ehmond Reporter girea the ship- : of ootfon per B. B., B. & C. Boad last a follow*: r. 482 fobs. ler says that little damage was rth* frost along the bottom in Fort f, and indeed all through the -county there is enough corn and cotton. ^i0Bft state£ng tofnsnre a fair average crop. mentions that Dorsey Ma- > lid of 1J years, and gpindson [ Mason, Esq., was thrown from last Monday and killed. Like Fboys, he was fearless rider. Reporter learns several things about l and Braxoa Canal, which, for , we hope may prore true. But of the . Br&xos is a Syren rmiat not take the attention of t&ete from therailroads. > Qaiette enters upon its fifth increased prosperity. - is down on Mr. Reagan and . his abmry notions. qa1v*sto*. . Xhe News gives the following shipping v * r York for this port, April 23, - Downing, in Ferris'a line; lit, Tutt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 May 1859

TO THE TEA1 1859™ PUBLIC. r Januryto,UM,Tn will km Harrisburg, at7e Altar way will fcHAuattn, LaGrange andl Antonio. «p£3?S«iwis^KID Boats at Hantcbargfar " Jan-l.tf M*Me m Texas I ? 1859 _L s. k ajufl- L dally,(Sun- ~ withstages iandSafl .day, (Sunday ex- r with 0. S. Matt L WILLIAMS. C.Raitwar Uie | FOl* MOHtE DIBKSI* Leave* Mobile 1st and UKMI month. Leaves Galveston 7thand each month. Cabin paasage XStoMobU ^ Deck passageSS to Mobile. ■ lYelghtlOcenupercubic toot. The fine, low pressure, United nM Mall Steamship "PASmoh," J.C. Smith, ConiTimiO. will sail for *o- blleasabove. ^ ' .."Air The "Faahlon" will matetaffhw maii-mOnthiy trips between Qaiw«l<m and Motile. thoroughly overhanled an etc., and Is la every way bean enlarged and fitted up Passengers going to the Jf< route the most aeon—*~ modatlons on board For freight or pass Aug . wtwly. FOR NEW U. 9. HA THE Piblk are X the following superiors- Texas and New Orleans the sisslpnl River, carrying the CHARLES MORGAN... TEX...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 May 1859

neu every at S o'clock. tf&e Trt-W^ in* of hit cugto- it lo'clk. S 00 25 tor malting •muun, is advance 8 100 copies. S -.58 _ 1 75 *. H. CD3HEJQ Publisher. 1859. ♦ . We understand that (he ship Clyde, * " i for the New Orleans road, Lai Galveston on Monday. There -three more Tassels on the ..way. : vessels have, altogether, 2,500 i forthia road; and some 600 rttwSagarjroad. i££^& — Vnws.—We were present Kg at the Court House, and were with the beautifM scenes there The pictures ate, unmistakably, worthy a visit. That one, an of Campbell's beautiful poem, recited on the occasion, is felly worth the price of admission. * # 'rftA*% 'iSW? f aow is also well supplied. The sugar farms •re all promiaingWeB, and we may expect 1th a faromble year much the Ingest sa- 1 crop Texas ha&Vrer produced. As for it ia very deabtful whether a ful > can aow be made, though we see noth- (yet to prevent** average crop Mag ootapaay ii Annual Meeting of the Stock Houston & Texas Central ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 May 1859

wmto BHEX bknton ran- ts triet At tor election. JOHN O. WAL for District At- next. HIN for the 7th Judicial District Feb. 13. ., or Urimes Land Office.| ■JOHNR. HAYS H) isi c ndi-| ■ OfflR. Sub-I Democratic Con ven-4 J^we are an of Hardin county, (laU •mefbrCt ^ j ect to the nomination of tlOEL CAPT. WK.| Mof the TICKET. e, UNNELLS. OB, UBBOCK. FOB FRANCIS FOB COM. FRANC , WESTERN DISC'T. WAUL. FOB CONG Brown, will preach in to night (Wednesday ■even. the Baptist Services WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEIIMESPAY, MAY' 11, 1859. i that a force ot about two i ! ■" gone to woil on the i of the New Orleans fbad, .the company is now b oat in the "ae- on of the work. We presume I he no ore interruption M the Thecoad is now ready for the iron :ty miles from Houston, and the \ and trestle work are hang pat up. i is arming, and we hope ere many weeks to chronicle the opening of the fourth railroad centering in Houston. We haTa naw 183 miles open in connection widkikbaty. , •••• , ——r-r— jSf Speaking of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 May 1859

'•"* f IJ • m TB(E WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1859 iNBENCE. March loth 1859. ,t> in this bright clime pure save did, Qoda impress everv hfll &nd stream, eter _ j, and cloudless skies ihf "towers, and bright eyi thai os, conaoming passion fire wMoh fans onr thoughts into aflame ol «rit fWnritigmaato womans arms or to the *Karney' with surrounding tnch as those,' together with revolutions fj^gp oQMt^QCut iltrniS) 1 taint one i not comi^ying with all his "KieusabS." _.„.to cast off the odium, but , gf considered egotistieal. I think 1 hear yonr response "yo tu ab •otre." Hare Bho goes with notes from my , or how people sometimes travel m .first day of January 1859, found me ■iifjuf mi—r*T "" horseback to the fanned dtrot U , Jjirrived in the city at one p b_ g o'clock found me at the hospitable board of Don Jose, where the merits of ■oad Champaigns and Madaria were dis- SSaSS® Klock P. M., together with ~ .,..11 subjects, from the creation do3k;^tthe Atlantic Cable. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 May 1859

Hot. uka-iy Mmhisssm UntniUt, ftwwl lof the mwthDiil Galveston. (Jan 1 fe I*ka , flMitn, Texas,- will of tin State. [M2Sly ttt, tt*U,WiIl Jndlclcial to any business entrant Sac. 17. wtwly, '58. THE WEEKLY TELEORAPH, W$DNESDA¥, MAY 11,, 1859. AST, LimtstongVo., ™U1 practice In the CMrta of theUth Judicial District. ehve, eral A cent, Bans tan CapKol^Uinit. He will ' ' mad land business [noT 1H| j.w. mtcaui- tcalfe, _ dor a at law, CatimeU, Burleson Co. Jnly 19 ly*S8. a «|•imeya O. Hmutmt, Ti tlwayibefoand In * Keech, and lakd Aoikti, —One of the above will [mar 3-twtf. utixsitox o. alaok>... ..... ..joa b. uitm BLACK A BASTOJI, . A ttornavmmt 1«. antnia* Test*. Par- A ticular attention paid to collecting Notes and iKoutiAc. _:i. faprlll-ly. v. b. ami. '.£/ b. mm. EittdU * Likens, s 4ttornera at Law and Seneral Collecting A i to'k. ff-Oaahin^Ww^TarloT, Henry Samp- • feb. 18.59 ly. "•KkX'j J, W. THKOCUOaTOH. AllamafVat Law, JHeKinej, Colli* CmtlSlW, will attend to anch business aa 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

Iliree&fQ £efegrap(j "lews. Commercial __ i of the Tri-Wwk- i puMUhcd «Tcry Wednesday morning. (Jomntmial StUgrap!) * utarirto CommercUl nutters, udU 1 the merchant a cointerned moair; * Mt In this and other to t for the Information of his casto- _™H Thursday afternoon at So'elk T E it MS : $300 ■ _ ... 25 00 I fcr mailing 10 per aanamJBi advance 8 00 , per 100 copies 300 ~ 17* S. H. GUSHING Publisher. NESDAY. MATH. 1859. We are obliged to Jones' Express California papers of the 20th nit. ■/ notice of Trust Sale in another XIA property is valuable and to bring a good price. By all means id give a bid. t of Bobertson's fish market- We uniti with the balance of the town in 4 Hnahla^liim fill IliinrronininilntiTm People hare fish for dinner that are abso- IntoS^ ./freiA, and the finest kind. We need ^ Mtpromise Robertson all the trade he wants, ' ^ for he it certain to get it any way. Hlfe tsgi? aft t,* /m Iff Hatter aeonmnlates on ns so much ...vii to force tv to issue a supplemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

aae THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1859. JL 8 TOBtlfT BKNTOXRAX- for Distriet Attar election. h«t, of JOHS 0. WAIr fcr District At- taniT, ricctkWj' jfiTWearean SON, (}rt atS<x of District A at the a«fOste*ectlofc LW.HUtCHIN- for the Jodk*a District, Feb. 18. date for ject t the tion. «r t are BDWARDS.ua of the ah District, at the TURK, anoocnce J. W. WJ- from Harris Co., In the May 18, TS ticket OB, runnells, 'GOVERNOB^ HARDIN FOR FRAN lubbock l lahkoffice, FORC m. white- , WESTERN DISCT. N. WAtJL. below of another toiek row to be Hutching, on Franklin St eet, Gty TTn.11. This will be a first rrement. i number of new dwelling houses fling up in t£e South-Eastern part of r is very considerable. It is a plea- sant part of the town for residences. j. eekly, we give a Son- ail the Prooeed- ion, letters, ^dvertise- we refer our readers. Jfjj ' I^Fftst in the field. See announce- ment for the Legislature in to-days paper. Wherikext? Tie field is open, the#ght;ree, and tfie t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

«—TiP THttWEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1859. m dates to We4a«d*y, the ,one week later, is no. new# of importance from the ifiMiyrt • Everything is qoiet, fed the health of Havina good. - - Freights had advanced, and were more teiiTe.« -yh 4p Exchange had likewise advanced, &d qmrted .at 14}@16f premium on London, nanmon New York. and 4@4J t on New Orleans. I still further declined, and mo- _i quoted at 3^@3| reals the keg. SrelllU, May 11.—The Persia brings the usual weakly circulars from Liverpool. ^ Janies Hewitt & Co. 's circular, of the 29th ult., states that sales of cotton were-almost 'impracticable in the Liverpool market, even nfcaJjnkTy decline. Holders were offering tosenata reduction of Jd. on the prices of the previous Friday,'andcorrect quotations it was impossible to give. fm-. s The same circular states that the trade at Manchester was less affected than t£e cotton market by the Eurropean war new#, ■U in consequence of the receipt of later advi- ^ ces ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 May 1859

Houston, Tex** Nov. 1W5B-IJ •©Tenth THa* ©•ton. IJ t 3ft I will proc- ess generally Feb. 1L wly. of the State THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WEDNESDAY, MAY «B, 1859. aw. jn* k j .v Ml practice In the -xl? 90th. tteraeyt Houston, il ways be found uvtxostow o Accounts.Jfcc. on. Houston, Toot, «m practice hi „jth Judicicial District,— en to any business entnist- Del 17. wtw ly. 'M. „ J AS*, Sprinficli, Limestone Co., of the lSth Judicial District. ■-■ < * • ^ENCE, nt A jent, Houston, itoljbinst. HewiU eUn and land business [dot ) -ly- atocAiraf""1 uMl*n at I>a.w, , CulimeU, BurlssonC*. July 19 ly'58. UM> MMMCB. tc Keeelt* and LAXD Asm is, JOXB H. iinu BAKTOll) Huntsvilla Texas. Par- paid to collecting Botes and ^ faprliVly. , _ ... frfc uma. lUtUketi;- it u«na General Collecting k% Tfrtf * ' ,E. W.Taylor, Henry Samp- feb. IS.'59 ly. ■mf- * • w.tbruvmv Im Se Throckmorton r 9tt LaV) McKlnnef, Dick j. w.throckmorton irton. CoUin Texas, will attend to such business as {4 to them in the Cou...

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