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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 September 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18^9. . :** < J 1 ■wrote. S* hnir CORRESPONDENCE. N«w York, Sep. 11th, 1853. ■ Telegraph: I little imagined "that I i another letter to yeu dated r York so late in the BeMon as the en detained, osoM inly he 'On the 13th. I shall Xt nee or general inter i latitude since I last "re-opening" of the j In this eity has been a matter of rgeneral interest as anything else; seeing that the salvation of sools has been sns- pended during the months usually devoted ti travel and recreation. It would seem - uncharitable to'blaroe ministers for leaving their congregations occasionally, for a little -white, particularly - when their labors have S^pj^been such as to require the mind to be re- ; end Hhe body invigorated; but this I ijjjniirlj established custom of shutting up nd going off to tjie different watering pla- ees, -*1" of the world entirely too much. Fashionable religion is a very pleasant p,g«™«, and there is plenty of it in New York eit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 September 1859

TO THE TBATELLDIG PUBLIC. Honston Tap & Brazoria Railway. ' EMCA oust Trains will run mere with Stages for COL cinsiTely Ladies mi-Annual , July the 1 atance on the 1st day T arse, tfrench ntlng, the age, rse ber ot invi room during 2 Texajj Epaifl xt So divit ilegia ,$30 year of wtthJttne $o0 per invariable, debts Twelve iv writing, enter nifo time ihoitgh es "3- FOB8IIJ3Y, rwfflp Texas. 53 wly. THE WEEKLY fELEORAPH, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 28,1859. |]59 . the 35th ArirU, trains will e Honston daily, Sunday's ex- at Junction with train *B, W E DNE^ Ar§^^ «1I) ATTS^- throogh tc SANDYJPOIJJT, oonnectS« ;e for COLTJWBIA * BRAZORIA, fie- Tf M-^arrivingJn tile STKAJIEKS and Bernard River, Areola, " * jitfl] be shippedonly _ JHN W. STUMP. Sunt. H.T.* B.K. f.Foalunj 18 YIL LE.—The light- it passenger packet steamer ..Chpt Wm. Underwood, will leave for %nd alWntermedlitte landings as follows: !w Orleans MO> DAY, April 25, at 5 p. *. WEDN JS8I)A i jMay 11; ** Jca/i<Jwi/Aj.. -u FRIDAY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 October 1859

toppl}. iWcsssggss.'s'si "iieWeeM^iteregrflpO HSEBRHBBS1* ®W «omincrnat fcrftgrapl) a- . - MlM|rfn commercial mattara, m sggg^gtEHsHl ■ - ——~ • ■ ■■ •■■ ■■naUoteik. m 1 taadraaca §W S 00 I *gapc ■ I* Mil attention to the notice of i^teb|t Bm, who hare receiv- ed aIatjw lot of Qrptw shingles, whieh Woo teen wry oeawe of late, and no doabt IheywHl n& report on Idl iiin (mo Sre yelhnr ferer in the dty. The eight, of, Vfcioh three died of brain ferer. It is now ftwrteen daye eince the Ant ease waa re- ' foiled, and the whole number of deaths one a day. It will to—roefro* Oat the mortality of this week ^ u { that of last tBttmrdam not appear to bo i keen exceedingly surprised nd pained to hear of one or two cases of •Seeking inhmaanity in the oity within a day er two, eeaneeted with the riehnese. For the prssial, we willnak^no iiore —- v- , we'shaO feel it oar hasnden doty, as jooraalist, to hold the guilty or ^jvties up tf the jadgttent of the i that to many who hi „ | i th* best of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 October 1859

91 m THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1859. '0Mlt| ttgrapli. B. H. Cwa"1 * 6- Miter. vsn/fgsDAT. OCTOBER 5. 1859 _ w. -nlliorlMl taannounee TOM. P. OCHIL- C nlSJSatefcrChief Clert of the next House \ -v. msntborii 'd to announce Mr. J. P. HENRY -fbr reelection, fofEnroTllntt Clerk of the I next ensuing election. fjgr T&e muit of good nurses in Houston ia ray manifest. ^It is now ftlmoat impossi- ble to find noises for tlte sick, althoagh five dollar* a day is freely given for eten or- jj. . . * IB? The fatality of the fever has greatly increased since Monday. (3n I hat day there wai osi death reported by the Sextons, on i fii—ilej 8, and ap to 10 o'clock this morn- ing 4 coffins had been ordered. Of the 8 Reported yesterday, one at least' was of some otter disease than the fever. The number of new cases is quite large, Our report of course is only accurate as to the number that have tlied, now 29 in all. |9> At a meeting of Liberty Fire Com- pany No. 2, one night l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 October 1859

WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5,1859, THE stat Spteklg €tbgm$. TEXAS ITEMS. tn West. We hftve rectfrm tke prcpwtu. of m «W p*p«r to h. *C.rpug Ghrirti, called the BmAwo> ^ Henry A. Milfty> Bgq. it h to tw derated to tie edrane*- rZt of th t motion of the StoU, to stock R5 Miring, •griflritoMk wnwwe «nd general news, pTing national politics some ooeas- ' f0BBi attention, as a conserratire demoorat, and generally making itself u*rfal to Cor* pus Christi. We wish it all the snooesa it 5.?*s eaaaskfor. , ,o W, the Goliad Messenger say* that laborers are ftrgreat demand there, a great deal of lra&fing is being done in Goliad. The schools are rapidly filling up. The market is Tery full of horses. Mares are sold in the S > • round lot at from $20 to $23. Dwelling houses are in great demand. The Victoria Advocate urges the impor- —«« of establishing a fire company in that place. That paper has the followinginrela- tion to the Colletto bones: Our readers wfll remember our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 October 1859

THEWEEKLi TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER §, 1859. _JS23S?3&rof r<SS £$?S&3SS> n '■^■*"1 nam. washing tram each session. inrariaUe, debts _ aid, and paanlny examination ArtthmelioTthrongh the ground baluul st the Institute. > enter la at the beginning of the M tony be made at aw time. Jit, * C.G.TOH8HHY, J. T.' Tto- RutersvlBe Te s. ^JDUCATION. 1 the rooms recently occupied by ter.IwiHglve instruction In Claa- (Bah, Literal are, to any Mho may .-jeer Hlrtnry. Hangrayhyj Tanaaanahlp Ac... s 00 tllMoAf, Chemistry, Algebra, French, 4 00 00 . CoLrfuca, Ulss.; 8nv, 1869. In. A>ber.l « beenln the employment of the Tru - s aa FriTV-lpal teacher In Franklin Academy for two _ -Iiiftctlon, both to the Trustees Ion, dming her connection i trustees take pleasure In re- ■whmmkbh. anaay.to the favorable consideration f these who may destre to employ a teacher, as a lady r taste, and • highly cultivated intellect, well qusli- BOajaspastineftartlaii, . TV JAMES WHITFIELD, r has ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 October 1859

V 03, at 3o Noe.yi,r;t*rf ntoNT V ■ivnos. J ntna.TiLsios h tains alt IhfkaJlugai+ilfti, tliaNews, Omunerelg ■■tiHflf an.1 Mlyf.n<ncM>n«i (i-agrfff1" /*fth«% TTl-tlMv pSaMiedeTOT^Iiie^lW morning lljt t&omuuriial (Seleigrapl) . %-rcfcd matters, ana Is uml X-condensed summary m^ttersoif interest tn this and other markets to- fndiiurfli ices cttrrsat RHrth*Information of bis ensto rf*vQT^ «*• wkui^kunmsu S«&w«. j •Prt^ecS^Tete^^^^er aman>~YnsSvancc 3 M Commercial Telegraph* pet 100 copies. S 00 . 50 1 73 E. n. CUSHIN'O Publisher. M,l.:vot We take pleasure in recommending the Birdrilfe Union as a medium of adrer- Using oa tSb frontier. It is emphatically a iroafiair paper, andhas arery large subssrip- lion there. published on congress street, near courthouse SQUARE, HOUSTON. TEXAS, BY E. If. CUSHING. VOL. xxv--No. so,: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1859. Injury Sotod 1WHOUE WO. 1340. sored with tlie si a liattcs of Tarrant -connfy, by onr travelling Agent. While population 3843...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1859. '8Mhj wlfgwpjf. ■St H. gfrsHDrO. Editor. wsdnesda r. octobbr 12.1859 aTOH-P. 0CHI1- t of the next Hon-e A"g l> p We areaatfeorls 4 to announce Hr. J. P. HKNBY a tor reelection* for Enrolling Clerk of the * rdKtiOB. AGENTS. R. B. Haanmy, General (raveling Agent in Eastern ud Northern Texas. 3. M. Swindells, Dallas, ^ Texas. 1L L. McCormick, Montgomery, " W. F. Swain, Colombia, " A. B. Strawbridge A Co., Commercial PfaMM, N. 0. 8. jr. PetUngQl & Co., New York and Boston. Joy, Cos ft Co., T. N. Pbia. and Boston. Postmasters generally, who are authorized to retain 50cts. commission out of each $3 00 sent. I^Te regret to leard that a fire occur- red on the down train on the Central road on Monday, by which 60 bales of eotton were destroyed. The fire was probably oc- casioned by sparks from the locomotive. We hear rumors of some serious dis- turbances of the peace at Richmond within a day or two, but not having the particu- lars wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1859. SfctMij €flegrapji. MONDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1859. 1^ 8— nit adrtrliieffientj. More par- ticular mention next time. ■0TW* k*d the pleunne of meeting Mtj. J. W. Seott, in town, this morning, hftTing jnat returned from the States. JV Forsgud* Norton have Harper for Oolotwr, an elegant number; also, Frank Leslie's Pictorial, and the Comio Monthly. Stop and sopply yourselves with reading as you go by. ■ of deaths in town since Friday morning hare been as follows:— Friday,6; Saturday, 8; Sunday, 7; Mon- day, (to-day,) 2. We hear of comparatively few eases since Friday, and we are inclined the bulk of the epidemic is past. ]g^ We regret to learn that the house of Mr. Hibbe, of Hodge's Bend, was destroyed by fire, together with all the furniture, one day last week. Supposed to be the inden- diary work of a negro girl belonging to Mr. Nibbe. _ j|0* Our accounts from Cypress City are very painful. This is a small station on the Central road, twen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH* iVI]3)\ESI)AV, OCTOBER 12, 1859. EDUCATIONAL. Texas Military Institute, AT RUTEES\ ILLE r OP ESS next Session September 6ih—College year of forty weeks, divided Id two sessions, ends with Jtme. Tpmos-Collegiate, $60 per section, or $100 per year. Preparatory, $30 per session, (English studies only,) $e0 per year. „ . .. >. Board $30 per Session including ror>m. washing . and fuel. * • „ , Payjkbr*—Advance each session. invariable. debts not allowed, e * Cad* —'Twelve (years o!d, an i passing examination in reading, writlng,and Arithmetic, through the gronnd rotes may enter. MOrjub UnAfbnntto be had at the Institute. The proper tfme to enter Is at the beginning of the session, though entries may be made at any time. Address, yC.6.fORSHEY, J a 7.JfiP wir. RnteTSvnie Texas. EDUCATION. n'ATEffreaatfeJ the rooms recently occupied by Prof-A. W.Jtuter.I will give instruction in C'as- aicai.Itflnch. or English, Literature, to any who may «fe*re to«6ntinue their s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 October 1859

Cetegtaplj. 9 Haws, Politics, Internal i P"T| Is toned every Mond y, Wed o'clock. £§e Wee&fq CefegrapO SS£ -S sgsgBqg&aa^0sgSg jr^ndtapvUtilMdeTerr WedneeiUjr morning. 0U)c (Commercial ®fltgropl) Ii devoted Dsrtlcaluir to Commercial matters, and is deafened to a«bnl the merchant a condensed anmmary of iui matters of lotereat in tbis and other markets In- cluding nice* current for the Information of his custo- mer*7n 1 Issued ww ^agay atternoon at 1 o'plk. Weekly, per annua. In advance ' .J 3 00 daboftan _ — _ — M 90 WndeegMfiw mailing 10 Bt-TunlVWiim^pgasnmi, In advance 8 00 OonMPewtal lingrijili. pgr MO copies 3 00 - — „ «q — ——its K. H. CDSHUKS Publisher.' WEDNESDA T% OCTOBER 12.1859 tt« news from Cypress is someirba, more farorable, there Ijeing bat two or three ■ cases yesterday considered dangerously sick, though a good many were down. THE APPROACHING LEGISLATURE. tf the regular biennial meeting at4k -*Atxas Legislature is rapidly ap- proaching, and less than thirty day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, !$<> . BMltj €eltpfji E. H. CTJSHH&. Editor. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19.1869 •W« «r authorlsel toamwmee TOM. P. OCHIL- as a candidate ferOhlef Clark of tbe next Hon- e L Am 1 . "We are aBthorild to announce Mr J. P. HCNBT sfor re-election,for EnroQlnc(Berk of the AGENTS. B. B. Hianftj, General Traveling Agent ii Eastern ud 'Northern Texas. J; If. Swindells, Dallas, "Texas. M. L. MeCormiek, Montgomery, «• W. F. Swain, Cohnnbia," " A.- B. Strawbridge t Co., Commercial Place, 9. D. 8. M. PeUlngill & Co., New Yorli and Joy, Coe & Co., T. N. Phia. and Boston. Postmasters generally, who are authorized to retain 50cts. oommisaion oat of each $300 aent. We continue oar mortuary report op to Tuesday noon the 18th. - Oct. 17, Joden Welsh, ohild 12 years old, " " H Eranxman. .. " " Edward UarUaidt, " " Robinson, negro man, " 18, Mr Arehield, " . " Mr Leon, " " Querillot Angnstine, " " Mr Hoencole, " " B H Smith. W learn, by the ears, of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 October 1859

- * TilK WKIikiiV Wia \ESl)AV, OCTOBER 19, 1**9. '0Mlt| €*legw#. LATEST yews. W« hare Mew Origin dmtes to Saturday, ■with the following We news: Kxw So**. Odl. 18.—Thesteamship City of IfmnlwTrr Oept. Kennedy, of the Lir- erpool sad New York line, has arrived at this port. She left Liverpool on Wednesday, the 28th alt., hot called at Qneenatown, Ire- l...*' on the 29th, and consequently brings one day's later Liverpool and London advi- oea, tMMMitted to Qneenstown by tele- than we had by the Indian at Que- Litopooi* Sept. 29.—The sales of cot- ton ix IMti market to-day, Thursday, amount to 8000 bales, of which speculators and ex- pONaw took 1600. The quotations taken out by the Indian have barely been maintained. The follow- ing are the quotations by the Canada on . the 24th, on which the Indian reported no bvnsPOOL, Sept. 29.—The occupation l y Gen. Harney, of the Island of San Juan in the North Pacific, is the subject of Tery general comment by the English press. 'The London Times...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1859. r EDUCATIONAL. ■- Texas Military Institute, AT KO-KESMLU _ UPBHaot Session September Kh-Cone* year °* lorty m«ki, Olvlded In two Marion*, ends w" ' Tamos—(Mteglate, ISO per Demon, or ♦* Preparatory, $30 per seHlon, (English stndM Bud M per Session Including aadltaaL washing it. debts old, andpeeetiV examination la reading, wrlttng^nd Arithmetic, through the ground 'ttD^^bnio be had at th. Institute. — rooer tlmeto enter is at the beginning of the M. ~ --ggfKgSb, RutersvUie Texas. la T.'SSwIt. EDUCATION. TO TIIE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. Houston Tap & Brazoria Railway, '59 Sprins Arrangement- '59 FLOM and after Monday the 25th April, trains will run as follows; Leave Honston dally. Sunday's ex- cepted) at 7 A M.a and connect at Junction with train from Harrisbnrg for Richmond and Bernard River. On MONDAY'S, WEDNESDAY'S, and FRIDAY'S,- Trains will run through tc BANDY POINT, connecting #here with Stages tor COLUMBIA A BRAZORIA. Re- turni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 October 1859

UsuruiiMHM, urn tatpia ijpaagwre fwSfg CeCHH v.andlapublishedinn III linifaiM •oixba. donunmiol fctUgraplj srly to Commetdi" Ssfsr&i un. in advance.. JjMRE INSURANCE „ SToaaaotjaas, Mooumn ComjtewuBm™.,! HWIMB —K la • 300 E. H. CUSHTNtt Publisher WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19.1859 WmmSBBBBBA PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E CUSHING WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1859. NO. 32. (WHOLE NO. VOL. 1342. We give all the despatches THE APPROACHING LEGISLATURE. THE BRIDE'S BURIAL . tfHgypjs—Usfeiuent of Steifer Bros. k-Qm., iaio-day'a paper. They hare a very large stock of goods, and are selling at ex ofediagly low yrioea. • *- •. ' * Galveston. The News of yesterday has the aiortnary report for- five days including Monday, ■Koutinft te S4 deaths. It hears of bat tww or Sgee aew cases. - " • r,... SAXat'x^KSr' following reliable Iaaonaee Offioe, via ; HOME 1N8CKAKOS CO., NSW TO C*afc CaKMI CashAuetu. ltJ HARTFORD ISSCEASCE CO. HntM. i£3£3 ^^AS5SS?r£f-;..; tled&g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1859. tfieriilij Cflfgrapj), E.H. cussnro. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 26.1869 TOH. P. _ of the next una- e Ann ifc s Mr. J. P. HKNRY ~ [Clerkof the AGENTS. .9- B. Hanna?, General Tnmliag Agent hil—Hm and Northern Texas. * i. M. 8wrndells, Dallas, '' Tans. M. It McCorauok, Montgomery, " *:3tP. Swain, Colutts, • k. B- Strawbridge ft Co.. Coamffiroial *T .0. Jf.*PeUingill & Co., New York and Jfcntan. ' Joy; Coe k Co., Y. N. Phi a. and Boston. Poetmaatera generally, wha are Authorised to retafn 50cts. commission oat of each $300 Mr. T. E. Byrne* who was reported about town as being dead, ealled at our office this morning, and assures us that he is not dead Wit is still alire and doing well- Hixpstead, Oct. 24th, 1869. £. H. CosHisa:—Dear Sir—The three eases of yellow fever, already reported to jos, are all we have had. Oar town is en- tirely free of skkneas. Our fining eitiiens are returning to their homes. - Tours truly. " 4 tBANDER CANNON, 1** ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 October 1859

m THE WGEKLV I^LDOKAPH, WfcU\ESl)AV, OCTOBER 28, 18 59. - • ~-i-- ■ jcc * Sftllfoj fogr# TEXAS ITEMS. SSSt^■*££: —~~ 's£d i iati fn IiOWlB COCB*®T s:iwcehmm* dwiflomt mj u * sewn n.w foatoSioe hM been discontinued. D* MtTbf "•* if"- planters in Qslf Prai- rie had alrea4j(Oct I8U1) eomnwaMd out- ing titir am. The Canal Company are ^ *ork, baring opened ohannel to H ,|i)M«tte Point, West Bay. They expect ^ open tie. entire channel by the first of Jaonsry. Cotton is turning out finely in Btaxoiis county. On some pl&ofti ft hale to theam«kd already been made, and there' is 8tni good picking. A man named Sam Teaty was accidentally drowned a few jgQei Mow Brazoria, the other day. Sup- posed eause, whiskey. ij&z ■■ -THE WEST. - . 1& Austin Intelligencer «ym that the •ventB immediately preceding Col. Henry Snbiett'a death, wen as follows: On Sun- daj might, the 2d inst.,Col. S. and Mr. Davis were plying cards, when Sublett acccused Davis of haring palmed a card n$on him. Oari "r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 October 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1859. LAWYERS, f kiwAoirr PncttM Oct. lA'a.wly A*gS?&gjg„. ■ few* A'jBgU—*°" * H5. g^1"' iv-amteHM * Ek pwtleela a^^eOoarH.of t>« BUte. [MMly jg\* « Ki? Honshu, T««# NOT. 11858-ly iim i^ii , Jamb Jortns. OUIK4c JKFFKIKS, A^SSS"* l"! Martin, Fan* Ooonty, Texas B. J.PALHE1 4 IMIM7 at uw, Texas, A mil practice in Kootgomay, Grimes ani v2k*re*uties. [Deol9-ly.: & B. I. oaUUEIUSi tt*n«r at btw.ud General Collec- ting and Land Agent, Bel ton, Bell County, . May 13,'59, ly. A Itenen at Lain Houston, Texas. Office on A. Mala Street, opposite the Old Capitol Hotel. Jan. *0. wlr. H. B. BOONS', f«aj Certwiller m* Lair> AwjiJ;«< -C . ism Cb_ Rzau.—Otters to practice In the First aartMal District, and In the oonntlea of Harris, Grimes Jnd Washlnjrton. u . * Jan 14. wlr. w. ■> Bettii Proaaptattentlon win brglvarto any business entrust- ed tohls care. Pec. IT.wtwly, it. I FBANCIS iHOOBE, and Counsellor at Law, will attend to the Collecti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1859

'SMh} ttppti. ft &tkgra®ir l to News, Politic*, Internal improve —„ c.. Is Issued.ever: M " * a eeday and Friday evening, at S o'clocl U issuedevery Monday, Wed lock. Wfa Weeftfg Cefcgrapf) IT.atstas aU the leading erodes, the Sewn, Commercial OMStar.anri Miscellaneous par-wraplis of the Trl-Week- ,y.sad is published every Wedue«Uy morning. €tjt<£s^turrial QttUgrapl) !■ ilainltil iiilliil-lTtT Commercial nattea, and Is rtosMrart to aflbvd the merchant a condensed miliary „f,ff inaMwnff iiaimt hi thin sni nfhrr murfrrti in- cluding priceacurrent for titer Information of his cnsto- mn lets tossed eves* Thursday afternoon at 2 o'cllf. T BR M S: _ in advance S 00 n«m—ll«sl'IeletTaph,periOOci,>iej 3 00 „ _j so i <5 Address E. H. CUSHING Publisher. WEDNESDAY.. OCTOBER 26. 18.>9 He following is a list of burials ' since oar tost report. \ _ «.« Jss. MeCormic. « Olio man from Huebner's. "26 Herman Eellcts. _ «« P Christian Hoefer. f* M Wra_ i — - «• " Mrs. M. C. Capshaw. tt^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1859. B. H. CTJSHTSG. Editor. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1859 fiT*e are antherfiel toannoroeeTOM. P. OCinL- TREE u m candidate for Chief Clerk of the next IIinMe «f KapmuiUarea. *°g P. JWWe areanthoriied toannoimceMr. J. fc. HENRY aa .candidate for reelection, for Enrolling Clerk of the Senate, at the next enanlng ejection. % * pgr The Editor begs to assure his read- ers that he wiJI be at his post in a day. or two now, if nothing happens, but little, if any >he worse for his tassle with Yellow Jack. He takes occasion ~flf thank his many friends, who have kindly expressed their solicitude for his welfare, and especially those whose immediate and timely attention wSl given to his sick bed. Their kindness can only be repaid by gratitude. ' Owing to the failure of the New Or- leans mail on yesterday mrning, we are -Enable to present our readers with later Mrs than that jkblished on Monday. tlcSF We hear of bnt two deaths sinceour * j last rep...

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