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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1859. €elfgrapjj. jWTB KTTGRBlf'GASDSN BY TH08. AffiMOK. > ^en it is borne in mind to what an ex- tAt the Kitoken Garden adds' to the cOmfoit C honsehold in the country—that in the - Boutl, at least, it ia almost immriaWy tm- • der the sole control and management of the ladies of the family—that • proper expo- : gore, with sufficient shelter from greatly exposed points; a deep and rich soil and an abnndant sapply of water are necessary, il ' will be seen that the proper location of the -;aifngwd«i ia point worthy of being carefully •;r« j taai«4-' - • ■ -It must be near enough to the house to C ■ jilmit of the superintendence of its mis- tress, and where the house-servants can hare ootrrenient access, to admit of their tending it and keeping it in order, when they can be spared from household duties. ^ "Where the household is sufficiently large to , - admit of a gardener being employed, or the ** 'sferriees of'a negrt) being appropriat...

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

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1859. EDUCATIONAL. Texas Military institute, UPJSXS nut 8«aion^^mrtS^?h-CoUeg rear of JoUegiate, $00 per session, or $100 per year- , $30 per session, (English studies only,) $fio ^ Jtasjp $60 per Session Including 1-P*r ****«—Advance each session- invariable, debts •OtlllOVMl. Oamb—1Twelve (years old, an 1 passing examination lo reading, writlng.and Arithmetic, through the ground belud at .heInstitute. The prosef Otoe to enter Is at the beginning of the session* tbta£h entries may be made at any time. Ja 7.'59 wly. aueat any time. C.G.10B8HBY, Kutersville Texas. BOTELS A WATERING PUCES irTcHABUBS EXCHANGE ' HOTEL, NSW ORLEANS. LOUISIANA, HALL & HliPRETH. Proprietor*. RAIL ROAD COFFEE SALOON, ADJACENT to the Depot of the Boaiton A Tex as Central Railroad, at Hoaiton. Hot Coffee, wholesome Lanch, lee Creams, Lemonade* Ac< Ac., famished at call. No Liquors kept. There is a separate saloon for ladies. Trarellera coming by •the boats, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1859

©wliltj CHegrapj). Paper devoted to News, Politics, Internal mHSR neata* Literature, Ac.. Is Isswdeverr Maulsy, WM a esdsy sod Friday evening, aft vvaocK. £(je Weeftfij Cefegrapf) Contains all the leading aije (ffouinurrial Stlegccqjl) la de ot«d parUcnl-irly to Commercial matin, and 1 dZateiMttto affordthemerchanta condenaedaamiaary of aH matters of Interest m this and OtWr JjBlvU to- ng mricaa cnrreot for the information of blacusto- luers. ltU lasned «geg™iT8d^s(lernoon at 2 o'clk. Weekly, per annum, ^SwSce..- S J 00 I —z:Kl! Triweekly Telegraph, per annum, iu advance -M Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies.—.—s. 3 W~" "Address™ COS'HISa"Pui>Usher. WEDJfflSDAT. NOVEMBER 2, 1859 • Owing to the failure of the New Or- leans mail on yesterday morning, we are nnsble to present onr readers with later newp tiput that published on Monday. v 10. We learn that a heavy frost has ap- pealed at Montgomery, and we doubt not, it has dispelled the last shadow of the in- fection which threaten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1859

* THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1859. ssa^Bsmsm n, up X. H: CUSHDie. Bdrtor. WEDNESDAY, NO VEXBER "9. 1 6* l^v> jm authorized to announce R. N. PRYOR. *8 a cazrfttata tbr Secretary A Treasurer, at the ensuing __ agents. 9R. Bi Hannay, General Traveling Agent in Eastern and Northern Texas. X M. Swindells, Dallas, Texas. M. L. MeCormick, Montgomery, " W.F. Swain, Colombia, " A. B. Straw bridge & Co., Commercial Place, N. 0. „ S. JT. Pettingill & Co., New York and . Boston. Joy, Coe & Co., T. N. Phift. and Boston. Postmasters generally, who are authorized to retain 50cUu#omjniasion«ut of each $300 kSEifci- TEXAS ITEMS. mr*. Notice the advertisement of A. Whitfter, Esq., who has s splendid lot of hones for sale, in which the cash will in- sure bargains, and no mistake. 1^. Information "wanted of W. F. Vam- pelt, who has been heard of by his friends as being sick of the fever in Houston. If living, he will please call, and if dead, any information of him, if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TELIiGKAPH, Wlill^llSilAV. NOVEMBER 51, IS-19. U r tiritgntf. u qn« Mwao«i « " • <>"•*• * * rook, tree o*A>w«r, from. the cen antipodes, 6ot rotatiVkioh clings 0C romance. Every object, to a STORY OF A DEVONSHIRE SOUSE. ■ ST A BOHSSIAK. Only ft dull, red, ftded crimson stain on the oaken floor! • Erery o 4eot k*3 a biatory. « a drama, perhaps a tragedy in every exis- tenee. Srery little pebble may hare its lesson* of wisdom, could ire but read it. Bo , tram- the centre to the i clings a thread i~to a reflective a shadowy influence apart in its mrifi condition. Sid you tree think of an old weapon—conjure to your presence, as actual to yoii as to the acton, the fire and blood—honorable war- fare—the deadly ambush—assassinatioD. Only -a brick-red stain in the oak, that would not wash out. Two old pictures on the wall; yet a man risked life, to see them, and in seeing them, saw no more of this world—all its beauties blotted forever in bloo&t • The Oaks," was a pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i>, 1859. £j3fc- : E&PCATMWAL. ~ Tntf HffiUry iasutafe, OFMNS out flraSun StpSsAn(Mi-Conega year of p*S!w?POpS^M£r(«n*l««l.,itndI« only,) WO *%££" MB per Ir^nn Including room, washing *^At«iins—Advance web teuton, 'invariant, dekta 3gs$s^&sts&HSs: the beginning of the to;enter J* T.'fifwly. mato^amrtto^ ; Bastro* Military iastttate, « flUik !■!■!■ lfAVulaw In I BUUUOJ IU 0CIM-I of OoL R. T. P for many years so tend- Institute, a Uh£d a practical Engineer; ia- •f study will be practice and use of In- 1 spiritual Inter- lard. Theln- ■ — ou — .v.—■t-"' uu wcu ■«**■■«" Library: an ■l«e Apparatui.fully adequate to tbewanU or tie >e%taa«era of the Institute has been moat gratifring, Indeed almost unprecedented, and the Board of Trus- tees do sot besltaie to recommend It as unrivaled in the • for UiorougbAWS of Instruction and perfection of ^Institute cbarze fbrtnltlon and boartSng, lights, i washing, included, latltf per session,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 November 1859

SfttUj €eleppjj. \ &{jt ]S&HUUg Cfltgrarfi tesday and Vrklay evening, at o clock. (Efjc Wceftfi) Kcfcflrnplj Contains all the leading oTuieTrnV wk' ■ ^ig&xsffs5&ss& ®})t (Jomnucrial Gfeltgrapl) It derated uartictiUrlr to Commercial matters. and Is ad~aril the merchant a condensed summary or S matters of Interest hi this and other markets in- rlnillnrDrices current for the Information of his custo- mers, tt i* IssuoJeveg Thugda^arternoon at S o'clk. angle copies for maBfaur- 10 ■Fri-Waekly Telegraphrper annum, in advance 8 OU Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies.—...... 3 00 r -->_ „ „ so — _____ 1 75 Address E. H. ousuinu Publisher. ^' -i wmr~ WEDNESDAY* 1£C|T' ' ~ NOVEMBER 9, 1850. Y is tbb telegram in fa vor of dueling ? E. n. Cdshiso, Es<i.—Ed Tel.—Li your issue of 7tli NovemLer, your notice, approv- ingly an editorial in a late number of the Galveston News, approving of dueling . (as a lesser evil,) and advocating a repea ; of the anti dueling law of ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEOUAPil, WEDNESDAY, XOVE.lffBttK •i. B. H. CTJ8HING. Editor. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1869. 'W« an nanM to innoocee WatafbrSacrctaiT* Trtttorer, « tk cnsaios AGENTS. B. B. Hannsy, General Traveling Agent Is Soatern ud Northern Texas. J. M. Swindells, Dallas, Texas. JL E. McConnlok, Montgomery, " W. V. Swain, Columbia, " A. B. Strawbridge & Co., Commercial Place, N. 0. 8. if. PeUingill & Co., Now York and Joy. Co« & Co.,T. N. Phi a. and Boston; Postmasters generally, who are authorised to retain 60c ta. commission oat Qf each $3 00 We call Attention to the card of Mr. [ Teith, whose hide and leather atore «)U la first rate place to sell or bay at, may he. ' Give him a 1^.We learn of several deaths at Hemp- stead daring the past week, of yellow fe- ver, but haYe not their names, nor those who hare died in Houston since last Friday. O&the latter there haTO been 8 or 10. It is the universal belief, however, that the fever is all over. Oar citizens are beginn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, XOYEJIBEK 16, 1859. •fiteWq Ctlegrapjr. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1869. 1^. We toe exceedingly sorry to Ieera that brother Jfiwchatt, of the Hempsteed Courier, has loit two children *nd one prin- ter, by the yellow few. We sincerely sympathise with Mm in his affliction. md The Howard Association of this city acknowledge the receipt of the following donations See the 6th of November .- Citixena ofBelton, by hands of A. T. Burke, ^ * $ 62,00 Brother - 20,00 A. J- lerrr of PortTfcnd Co., 26,00 J. BfMeClure, J .L-. 25,00 CIthens of ChappeU Hill, peT hanti of Peel & Dumble, ' 100,00 ~ l W. H. Eliot, Treas. Houston Not. 14,1869.' jjj| Our neighbor, J. B. Gallaher, has anusaal attractions to buyers in the way of dry goods and groceries.. His stook is am- ple, and he sells cheap. Persons from the country will find at his store everything they may-want, and as attentive olerks a the town can afford. Gallaher, Cyrua and Burns withal as accommodating a trio of m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 November 1859

THE WEEKLY TEljEGltAI'Il, WEDNESDAY7, NOVEMBER 16, 1859. EDUCATION ALt Texas Military insulate. - At R0TBR3MLLN OPBNSnext Session September «th—College year of - - with June. SSy.)$ $« per Session Including room, washing invariable. debts Pat*b*t —Advance each ^MMliT^TiiiiliL |j an old. aadpasBlng examination , Hi Jiugrt \tfUpf1t~ In reding. , through tbe groand at the Institute. is at the beginning of the be made at any time. C.G.FORSHBY, Rutersviile Texas. ' EDUCATION. tbe rooms recently occupied by HAVING sicA French^ or'^UsiC ■ re to continue their <1 le School will open OS LCbwa. pi. I win give instruction In (Jss- The ! History. Geography, PemmU^jtCj.. nplov aieqcher,.is a laity .ted Uttelect, well quali- Llterature, to any wbo may (tallica during the summer. open <a Monday, 18th nst. " t $2 00 _ soo ■ Chemistry, Algebra, French, 4 00 L„ —_. too H. M. C. ABBEY. Trustees, Franklin Academy, - Columbus, Miss^ Nov., 1859. Mrs. Abbey, has been In tbe employment or the Trus- t...

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

W .- • •4t' 4j jE ■Fire In| zs^ssa BBS HBWed Politics, "freW&reorapO the 1 HJWTOM. Hi K fevor Me terms. J. dicKkbon lerclal| of the Tr^Week- mornlng. erchandlse. i M.rchB tf. V.and 1 published ervery ®ljt. dommeraal «tUgrapl) *BHP B5j Arintewst hi fand ottar mnbuTS SLTttngjrtces current for the Information of his cmto- alternoon at So'clk. 9 3 00 25 00 10 anunm. in advance 8 00 .■per 100 copies. 3 00 n — i 73 tf CCSHING Publisher WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16 1859. ■ The News reports one death oa the 1Mb," 5 on the 12th, and G on the 14th in Galveston. It is believed there that the frost vas sufficient io destroy the infection. IWo lup farther from the Rio Grande, that CfcrtlnliS* force is still on the increase. ~ He has 1600 men, and is laying waste the whole frontier. He now threat- Corpus Chriati. It ia time those who to the relief«£ the frontier were ^ r to learn that the barn on the premi^«rSQS^Loftin, at Hockley, W&S set on fire oVHM^^iiight, by some |iwmt| |inh imi wji and b...

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

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1859. Ififffelt} Ctlfgwpjf. E. H. CUSHnre, Editor. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23. 1659. t^r SuSrttrTS tMxialBg election in January. authorised to announce THOMAS J. BW?SG,M.. csndMaU Ibr Recorder, at the ensnlng flection, fnth* first Moadir In Jsnnary next. None*.—Our invariable rale ia to require id-ntnoe jtjmtt for mil announcements for sfiee. We wish to give no offence, and ■ometimes ratherthan do so, haye announc- ed persons and charged the bih to "profit andloss," the same day. We have accounts in our booM of three years standing, against rery clever gentlemen for annoance- " ^ifoes. We ottaot open accounts any ' is this department,' in fitot, would t to do the business at all, th^n think of it. AGENTS. B. B. fcannay, General Traveling Agent in Eastern and Northern Texas. X M. Swindells, Dallas, Texas. M. L. McCormiek, Mqgfcomery, <• W.P. Swain, CWuaMa, " A. B. Strawbridge ft Co., Commercial Place, If. 0." 8. M. Pettingill ft Co., New ....

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

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1859. & * JfiKhUCflfppti. 3ffSe ~.£ <• ~ VW- " - - - THE KITCHEN GARDEN, bt thomas airiic*. . From this difficulty in producing seeds pore of 'H' kind, in garden of ordinary size, it is npoii the whole, the test and most economical plan to procure the greater pro- portion of the seeds repaired, from the most responsible seedsman within reach. Where there are Bone such more conveniently near, planters can very readily procure their sup- ply through their factors at the principal shipping points; and they would then do weflTnot only to make their own selection of seeds, bat designate the seedsman from whom they are to he procured. It must be borne in mind that neither seeds nor seedsmen are at all times to be blamed where seeds fail to vegetate. Th® causes productive of failure are sufficiently nuoeroos without casting the blame where, in wr great majority of cases, it is entirely undeserved. Many seeds vegetate, which are chilled i...

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

THE WEEKLY TELEGIKAPH, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, I§5S. *=■ 8 EODCApORiL. i3i^mfi5SRr HOTELS & WATERING PLACES .ft NM<mCHsl«ejby«lTTO that the Board tf Trasteos TmT ■MHvHOf Bnoill UbIWIUj/ ?? nun of high rtpatatton as a teacher, to assome-the su- ■fot«Kl«noe orths Academy. and that tt Mil be| President Board TruSteesJ MBuufliiici fviLUe . ! iber «th—College year of twv«e :ons, endswithJune. ^^mto^MO^er^l pum'W per 8eial«n I OPERd next SetL lwt7«^dlvUe<l! J UJ (English studies on washing Iranc* each session. invariable, debts .brum old, sndpassing examination writing,snd" Arithmetic, through the ground of the •T. CHAKLES EXCHANGE HOTEL. NSW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, HAIL tt HHDRETH, Proprietors! RAIL ROAD COFFEE SALOON, DJACENT to t&e Depot of the Bonston k Tex l as Central Railroad, at Houston. Hot Coffee, olesome Lunch. Ice Creams, Lemonade, Ac, Jco.,furnished at call. No Liqnor, kept. There is a separata saloon for ladies. Travellers coming by the boats, can always procure re...

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

Fire * '' % s* i** _ vomjiany, *fw } ork, and Hartford (m i'li7iuick*of '"*ure l>rui*rtT anaiuat Ftre, at t Uarcb SSlIuS'frSJJiS *xpl™ ^vuiiwiki it anrra. J«HK IIICMINKON. M MOUWtt* AGENCY OF THE Borne Insurance Comptsv. K s w yokkT ■ r - TRE uu It rK6iied,««cut tor this ott anil htgblv re pons! ble companj'will take rt«k* uponBulfdlng H-rchandtxe, an.I other property ou farurahle t#KUb. March iS if. THE HARTFORD FIRS France compast, T liAKTFORD, COSN. rpius $844,640,8 < SETTfA COMPANY CONN, $1,666, ] -4 jjmmi ^ 3 00 bllsher. f ?*" &. I vi-i-S. I si tatei4?as*ES!a; ms&mmm £\£3*? published on congress-street, near courthouse square, houston, texas, by e h. gushing. t fir ri y iWHOLE NO. 1347. old Bail WEDNESDAY9 NOVEMBER 30, 1859. -NO. THE II ft* RAJ morning. - on'yosteidiyfsp fas he would re- i a abort tu**r bringing with him one aBWPHwgwf,— . , eity sjuLfjtich will be sold either at pri- at reasonable rates.— return will be given in ag columns. " ! v - lyydiriM Mend" ...

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

THE €t\t T£LEOKAPU, WED^ESIUV, ^OVMBEK 30, 18o9 WgSJOaPAT. XOTMMBMR 9Q, 1869. & H. OTTSHDIft. Siitor. R.n.PRY at tbe sss^jbrx. tm t*** first Monday Id J uMJwii ■ Wekaye Mooonta <f tfctw jrttos i for atmoonce- ' W in flto dapartmeat, is fact, would not to do tfc business at all, than ta*. tn lantern wtight with them than It wm worth. sUH l aJieve that pwwii TO no riak in following th«M Mwefleni. and afcall beoon- Tinced otherwise when we haar of a ease of feTer aaong those who do follow them. Still, let no «oe be pomaded by our gaj o. One tUng is certain, those wfco are born to bo hanged will never be drowned, and It this year as though it has been al. most futile to attempt to escape yellow jaek, when he has got his eye on a person- lithe epidemic is not at an end, and if it is aot saflrfer strangers to come to town under s above limitations, then it is useless for to talk of frosts ynftftg fit em) to epi- demics hereafter. We hare had, two heavy freezes and five white ecesU ...

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

THE WGKKLV TtiLEtil 1111*11, NOVEMBER 23, I8o . UI.I (I vw«aP Huuoixai . .. 'fn-ib"VnH Hi*M ■ ; Pu* . Tbe fallowing li • liat of the arotuaiio Pot w* S«r«et Herbs usually cultivated hi i£r2K° ':*s Uteeweet V f m * (to wmfBini. j^^RSE 7<'i. The following plants are cultivated medicinal and other purposes: -*1- v • orientate. Soneset or Thoroughwort, t-.,castor-oil for itappa. ffepeta cataria. CSeHdonum — jbUktmis mmm«. noM2w fflss^nafe- Ptr yrglmam parthum. J^nmSapmSSa'. rpica. ifcvisticum. , f phim (annual) fijpaver somniferum. ■ Pear. • xy, iZflMHorinus officinalis. jUfd- a^Sam^^mut. r Had Dog Plant, Sad-Vgrialattnjlora. ' "ftSSef A.tatxna nlan' Tii'oj■fon Ponnwood, " Artemisia absinthium. Han;y of these plants we have never cul. Uvated, and can say nothing from our own experience aa to any particular mode of treatment they may require. The beet lo- imfln" for a great number of them, will .be one 1b which they are sheltered from the raa after soon-day. Of the p1"1*" we have just...

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

gara pq ■will be s, for the ra-| ■SthDecem- bw-aest-poamvalj. Sot, r'■ , C. ABBEY. THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY,* NOVEMBER 510, 1859. ji£S S8BS*MW -mm I '**XI b Rov., 18 . , Bfct of the Troa- ("Academy for two 'ffiSssS'SSB! a "lady *eB quall- 1 AMBS yHm-iET.p. Eaiwsi n g«tt,and I tike pleasure branches, desired In ten_ Abbey taltawtaa * . - - ' g^'°- onday lu Sept* on the rs su course of study will be Colleges, with anextend- a, tu^hg&lcs, natural sciences, Mdit practice and use of in- n>erii and spiritual inter- n special regard. The In- ipted Library; an to the want* of the in the kjtorud The Institute cb and boarrffog, lights, — session, of twenty with a deduction Sttt*ile9 - 13b Is, i charge for tuition and &SS2EFZT ,uly4. X8 . fDec U. l > AUSTIN COLLEGE, " , '' UCUDlU • i HTTNTSVILLE^IrALKRR CO.,TKXA3. ent ami Profea 1 Professor o. ;er,'•"Professor Mathematics *.A. Bn Adjunct Professor of Mathema- , A. Adjunct Professor of Ancient boost, la charge of Pre- the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 December 1859

I - iSMiltj Celfgnqiji; Cri-SHttfeln itUgt# 1>- slasaad hMv evening at3 o'clock. £§e TUeeftfg CefegrapO Contains all the ieadingar*«cles, theJfe^Con^rclal mattered lllacelUneons pa-wapha of the Trl-W eefc- ? .aud is published every. WeOuesday morning. uUje dammtrnal ®elcgrapl) I• devoted particularly to Commercial matters, an.1 Is designed to aflord the merchant a condensed snmraar? of all matters ofinlfcrest la this and other markets in- ciudliuoricea current for the information of his custo- mers. It is issued ^ery^urs^afternoon at 2o'cIk. Weekly.^aonunu madTaflce....*— $ 3 00 " Club of ten ... — ... 25IX) Single conies for mailing..-.. 10 Tit^feefciy Telegraph, per annum, in advance 8 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies— A-Vlwss 3 00 . 80 ... 1 75 E. II. CDSHINtt Publish e r. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1859. esgr If you want good clothing, cheap clothing, fashionable clothing, and clothing vuttru to the sea-on, go to Sleiner, Bro. &Co who are almost daily rccieving ad- di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 December 1859

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1859. shmsmai 'BMlij €tl*gro$. E. H. CTTSHOIg, Editor. W SDyBSD A T. DECEMBER 7. 1869. V*l an nthnM to announce IL N. PRYOR, -■ • can Idat. tor Secretary A Tnmnr. at the ensuing ■1 H iiaiiniirsmliartlinnnrmTirn ROBT. BREWS- TBR-ssacandMateferthe ofllce of Assessor and Col- lector of thectty, at the Miaul ng election inJanuary. jrwa an authorized to announce TH< BWDW.as a tmalHals for Recorder, at the election, on the first Monday In January next. THOMAS J. J^We are requested to announce J. M. SMITH •sq., as a candidate Iter the office of Recorder of the city of Houston- ' • JBpWe are requested to annotinco JOHN RXJDBBS- DORP.as a candidate for re-election to the Office of ctty Saxtoo. a - ag-Weare TOOT, T, aaac to announce JOHNR. PROUD- ferthq office of City Marshall. . None*.—Our iatsriable role is to require advance payment for mil announcements for office. We wish to give no offence, and lometimes rather than do so, bare announc- ed...

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