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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 January 1860

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1860. BMIij €elfgn# mond. j "* M. Hot iat, january 16 1M0. Ha* Judge Mmou of Iov*, who so popular with the iaveaton •r ite while he heia the office of riiBMliilT-"- of PaMiU. hu, we learn, .-.-j hi,,,-" with Bun 4 Go. at the flntiErttn >eiJ**" effiee New York. JUT See o r4 of T. P. Bterett & Co., vho fcew the hrgut end beet etock of h ts, nwv—it— md geatiemes's fkraiahing goods ie the State. Tkey sell eboap a d fife set- 4* vthmM heeiUtion in eejring that they tOMae aQ the qoalitiee which the propri- etor claim for them, la his etronlars he eajs ia regard to the "Paaiil/ Sewing Ma- efcinee"; Tka great advantage of this Machine orer othece are Its astonishing timplioiiy, strength, eheafoeee and daraaUitj, so as t ha readily understood, aai let liable to j a Patent in it- self,) is so peculiarIj oonstrncted that it threads itsea; asee Cotton, 8ilk, or Linen, front the original Spool, (without re-wind- aahee the Elastic Sdot; performs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 January 1860

■p THE WtitoJaLiV TiHUftBI&APil, W£D^E I>AI, JAiMAKV 18, I&60. EDUCATIONAL " ' * ***- - .-—^— Texas HBItary Institute, at rdtkrsville I8«^*rs#|i*ember .-Si.*..' , #0>—College je*r of twoaesslons, ends with June. '— msfloa, or S1Q0 ru«m. wiii2ig utdsriaile. Jrtts ¥irelv*|Srears old, and passtnf examination * —" Artttmetle, through tb« -"nurd y, per session, (English itadlM oik feft&dlag CimM Twelve lyear gaggM&yi I# B T.'wwiy > be had at :helast!t te. i enter Is at the twgtanin* it the ' may lie made at any time. C.G. fORSHKT. Hnterivllle Tesas. HonstoB School opposite ihe Presbyterian Church Ia th« Hasoaie Hall, Main St., H«v<nm> XEXAS. Itss naber, Preceptress. Baatrop Military Institute. '£ Sttib session opens oc the 33d diyof Januarv -nder. the a«j rintqndqoe* of Col. R. T. ? ie founder, and fc>r manj years superintend- _ iLeotuekyMditirv lo^titale, a dUtln-s-ulshed Bof Wet Pofci-.,ands practical Enii1nrer; aa- aabKtaculty- The coarse of study wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1860

'OMltj TMepjif. |; Paper d Politics, Internal imprtte oients' L! Monda y edev ,at3o' SefegrapQ ews Commercial of the Tri-Week- fiJwning atter, and and isp tici ^Ugropl) and la m finding .....,...$3 00 ..35 00 10 ln_g*lvauVe 8 00 ■ ^ 300 1 75 weekly, per annum Publisher. 18, 1860. i notice of the Tocas Military In- I stitute, at Ruterstille. This institute, we | are gl*d to l««rn, isnqw quite prosperous. The thorough Mutte of instruction, partic-l ulaily in math em&tifesand science, is emi-1 nently well calculated to prepare young I men to act well their part in practical life j ^ysfc. ,\?> r\ PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. *4 * A s- Rl'l'HVEN, COTTON FACTOR & GEXKRAL FORWARD.\li and Commission Merc hut. a paid tat •co«nts«f| rcodMal. Gaahad v* M Badeo either foraala arahlp—ill. Protect teat to address will be covered by open policy of laaaiS rai.c^attheralin* rates ofprcmium: Jane 13'S T. Mat sin. "V^SSnSSf Bo! Ma' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1860

T k " 1 / THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1SOT. Sfffefaj ^elfgrttpjj. " " X. H. CU8HIHG. Editor. * i WBrnminAT, JAKUAMT2&, 1830. General "raveling Aeent la Rasters Mkt, Tna. ,TES«omery. " • (Mean. ^gggfcn ock. Philadelphia i By.wfraare «">« ntctHcli « 00 sent. to *_The residence of F. C. Thompson, '' Esq. is offered for aale. ft a ft good house, eligibly situated and trill not await a pur- yn Mi*' mm ask S'*%\ -mmm ^ tin pleasure of meeting vriti 4. 0. Shook, of the Waco Democrat a few &ye siaoe. He «as an his way North to Vof ft ptfrer press. Shook i one of the moat enterprising, as well M successful publisher* in the apper country. BlV^s *•" attention to the card of H. Snooty k Cq-' who hft o • splendid as- sortment of hats and cape, and manufacture item to osder. They are first rate work- _ and always at their post, and deserve •'good patronage. - , f9~We notice th« return of our friend, Dr. E. ;GriawoM, dentiat, who was absent ovehUteuly Uthiaeity. He has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1860

FHE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH,' WKDMESDAV, JANUARY 25, I860. W -i 8&ekjij ^elfgrapl). -<%p* w r GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE I . 'fJ&Z'r: — Oentletmen of the Senate and Mourn of Representatives: A dhh of pablio badness, which has not iTftjiiil time for the preparation of his flommnoleatian, has prevented me from presenting at an earlier period,* to the rep resentatives of the peophy that information r«speetm£tfce cooditioiLof our State affairs, and the policy which will actuate my ad ministration, expected at my hands. In the short peribd which has elapsed since mymwpgiBfttaon, it is not to be supposed that Chart Keen able to obtain a critical knowledge of the Workings of the different daparttaents of government,' so as to wcom- mend such modifications anil improvements as may be necessary to effect the purposes 'of eoonomy and reform; and I can there- fan bat commend the application of those priaeiptea Kftich should exiend to, and in- fluence all of the avenues of government, affecting the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 25 January 1860

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, I860? Aesdemjr. «ti coat of some twenty «D supplied with modern oflcerfd with an experi- Bceptlon of Btu- the Mh Inst. tending (torn the a portion of the collegiate and omi- the element* of a practical tiXto 1V< dollar* per term A.M. Pzlscipftl. Tuition fees «n*e from ii* to 1% often weefaTp*5"l« f^dgmce^ Houston School Ufpatite the Pmkruriu march ia tke Kunic Hall, Mate St., houst«n, tkxas. Ilia Maker, Preceptress. ■ H*T*.ti. 1 " instttiue, ' Hg WHh lealim oneni on the 23d'dajof Janaanr 1. laOk under the superintendence ofCol. B. T. f ALLEN, the founder, *nd for many years superintend- ent of ti Kentucky Military Institute, a distinguished (tndoate of West Point,aulh practical Engineer: as- sisted bran ablefacultjr. The coarse of study will be ttuUSMUBr tadKht la the best Colleges, with an extend- ed comne In mathematics, mechanics, natural sciences, itxi cirilengineering, with Held practice and use of m- i£K strict, the moral and spi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1860

1 * r w Paper rata4 LI sdayu CQe Wee&fg CeCegrapO Paper devoted to 2few«, Politics, Internal improfe meats'Literature,la Issuedererr Monday* Wed nesday and Friday «f«aftq%ai 3 o'clock. r .and Is published every1 $!)« (Joranttrriol Sdtgrapf) f to tin thisait other : br the Information < r Thursday afternoon at ] ! R M S : Weekly, per aannm, in ■ Club of ten _ Single cooles tor mailing— . . Trl-Weetly Telegraph, per uaqtn. In adeance 8 00 Commercial Telegraph, per MttpM S 00 "" Addrem " ■•*%. CUSHlNQ PuMlshcr. vi mi miners OI lDwTflR IB clndlng prices'ciimnt ftr 1 raers. It is Issued erwr 1 „ .. t fi : WEDNESDAY, JANtTAR T 26, 1860 Ai—iii—m———■ ■0U The passenger trains on the Central Railway now leave Houston at 6:45 A. M., instead of 7 as heretofore. Passengers are now carrried to an$ from Ni^tr 8^, The train rnn off* the track. 6 miles above Hempstead, Monday afternoon, smashing up three cam and slightly mjur- ng several persons. One negro was seri- ously, and perhaps fatally...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1860

WEEKLl THE iELEOHAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1860c . E. g. CTTSHliGLBditor. WEDHSSDA T, FSJt&UA&T 1, I860 oare of Patat, is ft* nerer before atUiMd hy any school in this State. We an |lti to know that it is well patro&hed. \ We understand that Mr. Huteluns is aboalto jot op seven toe story «teres on Fr*i®pii it*e«t, oorerfngtke rite of the old City Hotel^and the old Mnrtaa« table8. .This will make, with#he building already up the finest row of buildings in Houston. The first story front la to be of iron, which our enterprising fellow eitiien A. MeGowen has oontraoted t# eaat at hi foundry. The stores wffl thus be altogether homemade, good, thorough, out swd'oot Southern In" •titations. gtg- Since Texas has beta in the Unio$ it has bad six Senators in the United States Congress, and of these six, five have been natives of South Carolina. South Carolina, is not only a proud old State to hail from, but those who hail from her, in Texan, are sons far any State to be prond of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1860

m THE VVEEKLV TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1860. sa—s Sffklf By Telegraph: teUtel Qahmu, Jan. Nth., IS K—WmUwt dandy, p i >riii>|wfa. Wtod tram thsBmst No nn. Cotton dnlL Ko <***•& q t Uoi i. nail "r~ LATM8* MMWS. V amSia^ c We havo Hew (Maw datsato January 28th. fltt New Orleans cottoa awrket oan- tinned naclHged. The following mary of Mast news Wahhctotos, Jan. 27.—The Senate was not in —rioa to-dsy. The awaken of the Howe of Bepreaenta- tives met to-day at the usual hoar. It was evident early ia the session that Home im- portant movement was on foot, and that the Conservative member* of the House were prepared to make a strong effort to unite all the opposition upon W. N. H. Smith, of North Carolina, and if possible, elect him .on the first ballot.* After various personal explanations, speeches, changing of votes, and giving rea- sons for so doing, etc., the House, amidst great excitement, proceeded to the thirty- ninth ballot, which resulted as follows: The who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 February 1860

■ mww'-'-"-*' IP ■ THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1800, = enced Faculty.was op dents ofbolh sexes, e The course of tastmc ry, ana Including a often weeks, Opposite Ut rwrtywi In the Masonic 1*11, nam si., ' HMOTORt TEXAS. Miss laher, Preceptress Hot IS. tf. Bastrsp Military Instants, ALLBN, tbeftxmder. and Ibriuo} years eat oftheK«Htm±y!>[muq-TmfltTll>. t I that asuiUr taught tn tbe bat Colleges, witbanaxteod- *4 course In a*Sumatl<s, mechanics, naUirai sciences, And civil engineering, with fleW practice and use of in- struments. '. the discipline is strict, the moral and spiritual inter- ests of the paplls being had in special regard. Tlw In- stitute haaa* earllent and well selected Library i an ate to thewants of tbe i, tally ectore room. , The sncCew of the Institute has been i ndeed almost unprecedented, and the tees do not hesitate to recommend It as! __ State for thoroughness of tastrnstlon and perfection of government. The Institute ciuuzelbr tuition an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1860

V > r Jk MOkMu Best Gotton Press Known Paper devoted to Hows, Politics, Internal lmlgove nu'Literature,Ac., u IssuedevirT Maud*7. Wed >dar end Friday evening, at S o'clock. £$e Wee&fq CefegrapO ContWns «n the lewIHv articles, theNewi, ConuMrcial $tltgreq>l) to Commercial matters, and la ■In- of Mi auto- In at So'cik.l Of "sjdWS □r ' WeeMy, per annam. often _ — «• ■ TWfflny TeHSi'l'h.P«r annam. In adrauce rBtegrsjjli, per 100 copies— ..I 3 00 Publisher. AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1860. We made some notice of Benedict, Hill & Co., the other day. In that notice ire- did aoi intend to confound John. N. . Hegls, wborepresenta the home' in Texas, i > >U oto of the nest whole Hauled men that ever comes from New York. He is well known to many of onr merchants as being not only a high toned gentleman, but a Southern man in feeling, and as such de- serving of consideration. We are lorry he is in such bad company. • THE TRUE DOCTRINE. Good can oome out of Nazareth. Possi- bly there...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1860

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, I860. JS^gJ^towteW-fcwaTw-. M^Re* Me« - h obi** for. ticket of dd Mlowa ball t 0*1- iaTiUtUm totke 04* Ttston, onThnntojnigbt Tka Oddawili, w> doubt, hw« tot rate time. They sre a >%UMNf , et of frlWw*. •.• . •. • We ted the plsaaure of meeting Ex- ieaderioD. ju«t home from the Ugiala. ,_rr. He look* in good health, «nd fa r«dy to tell the people wkst he has done and wh* ho Aid it. a[ Witis 4 Bak<£ Ethiopian Minstrala, tea enough to keep all Houston in n for a month, Till be here in a day or Far particulars see pfogrsannas.— nbracta ten first rate per- waa gront spplanna where- wgit has played. i^. We are informed by reliable author, ity that the S. A. ft M. G. Bond has again ' failed to secure the iron purchased by its agent, and that the 2,000 tons negotiated • JtT last coaimer has boon turned over the dontract for the Texas ft Ne* Orleans Bead, We are Anther reliably informed that Ike bslsnee due of the 10,000 tons pur- chased...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1860

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, IS60. tSttkltf Celegraplj MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6, I860. of Speaker is already niunMl Vr •PMiniagiOP. •' New J«T- my is without doubt the least exceptionable m-jr that cenld hare been • so (kr an^iaeh gained for the Uakm and the rights at the States. The naaiaa most be % abort one, only till the 4th of Marc|i, and It is much to be h the amnbeM nili flfet thsmseWes to public liuiiMin during these few weeks, and let tbeettmt? of Bancombe rack along with- oat^ta usual supply of Congressional ora t«y. m.Oiirteaders need nSt, be told, that some things have slipped Into oar Aastin eorrespfedencc, which have not entirety met ear' Tiews. Most of onr correspond- ence this winter has been from friends who use personally Houston men last snmmer, and although they have sought to give only ii impartial history of events, they have occasionally given a dash of coloring, mnn* tentionally, we presume, favoring their own side. On the whole, however, they have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 8 February 1860

GRAPH, WEDNESDAY, THE WEEKLY FEBRUARY I860. HOTELS & WATERING PLACES BUSINESS CARDS. GALVESTON. TO THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC. -BUSINESS CARDS. EDUCATIONAL* NEW ORLEANS. «T. CBAULES EXCHANGE Burgles & Carriages. >1 a-i- ; ** ab . sy"* <r. Houaton *. JT, fiLBBB, Chapman, Lyon & Noyes, tank.se notions AID FANCY GQODS, ■o.28k 81 Park Mtoe ft 49 Chareh St., Me.B3.ly BOOTS AND SHOES. BENEDICT, HALL & CO.* ir«.ai OPPOSITE THH AJHOB HOC8*. NEW YORK A LARGE and weB selected stock of oar own mas ufccture, WMtoafly on hand, tortudln* every va- riety ud styl. of JoBtS. Alton Co * am AND VptBI TRADE. of the Iste firm of Browning, Btewrt, d c a. wiy, -a. NWW I«I,)UIUr lit, 1859. arb. «- ward well, op xbb un firm or NBCUON, WABDWBLL I,,.1, 1 ,r Xffn P^ JOHf b. KUU^ a. m. Bikirii.<*, <.>.... ..a. a.' i5S?S2KS2!i^4«, ieein the court* of the levonth Di - seonratflmlT—ton. pan 30 1 Llkeae, r and Geaoral Collecting Sftwr flMtl m J**UU DU- • jToti.I4.twl fWa ,*lHprae- X tloaTH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 February 1860

'8Mltj Celegra^. £ Paper devoted to Nsws, Politics. I "nature, *c., la Isaasdevas: t Friday events*. at S tfdack. egfifg CefcflWO theNews, _ oftbo TriWeab6-; ^mmernol fctltgrapl) •Address par annum, In advance 8 0S MB copies. 3 00 1 1 75 b. h. cu3hino Publisher. 1H| i _ of K.A. Adey, Mr. A. has come to^HouMon to maka U his hoNsvaad las vu-IlM good opinion of all who hare employed him. Our young "friend, Dick i Dowling, has chartered a bank at the csmur of Main and Congress stmts, for the purpose of dealing in tkae*«MsMge of liquors for gold, Bihar , and taSi notes. If persons will drink, wMch some will in spite at erery. «hitegl- they will And Dick ever ready to on them, and his liquors are always food. Especial attention is called to the mhrartisnnun* of Jones' Express. We oom- ■■tlUiqMHo'^e fttfio. Jones has ifculliitliihllitflilii ■■ tin r~* r -■—* h' lisha good Irntnness here, and now that the railroads afford him facilities of quick iMHpnrtsHmii his business is become quite lar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 February 1860

"Ml THE \V ICKKI.V TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. I860. TEE RIOOSANDE. an Skt- FSBRUART 14, 1860 to retain obligations to Judge \ of th* tT. 8. Senate, for valuable lie February number of the Ma- i Signet k Journal it an excellent num Wr. Jokn W. Leonard is now tbe associate JVW« are obliged to tbe managers for a eMayliMBtai7 ticket to the anniversary ball ot Washington Fire Company, No. 1, at Galveston, on the 22d of February. The On ^uign (in assurance that WIMlt^ W going to press the Sheriff of Harris county, ■ levied an execution on the locomotive, cars bad, of the Galveston and flauet an railroad, on a judgment in favor ofKyia > Tarry. far $82,000. 40"lir Spindle of the State Gazette, wim here en Saturday. .We trust his visit tnffrmsl mi to.a profitable one, s the Co- lette is one of Oar ablest and most impor- tant papers. It should! have a-large list in Hi—Ijfl'ii Its labors in behalf of tbe demo- cracy of Texas areuaeeasing. J9"Ste Card of Sr. Powars, Civil £n- gfaeec is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 February 1860

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, I860. gtfgjTKH FROM PRESIDENT LORD. mb to-diy for a somewhat IHH from % an to whom from e kvre b«en accustomed to look ' m oaeof the ablest and purest divines in ' * -*"L' ^ It is written in reply to On# S Mr. Conrad, of Virginia, a former ' * —i—the sentiments in the •■WiHkno' Northern Stales as to John Brown's raid. President Lord has been for near forty, years at the head of a New England College. His pupils, among which we are proud to be an scattered all over the country. ,« many of themN in Texas. It is to say that the views Of the first ia his letter Me mainly his These vims he has defended time of the ablest essays, and Which New England has ever produc- ed. They have been replied to but never answered. Sip arguments are irrefutable, and will stand up as land marks in the re- Cannation of public opinion, when the pre- sent excitements shall have died away, and their inane agitators are forgotten or only remembered with execrations....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 14 February 1860

the weekly telegraph, tuesday, february 14, 1860. T«rUIIT« ass^" fj*w' tJaal. ■-H "*JI opposite the Old Capitol Hotel. A.TOAGK. tag. ! ■'« ■ ly. Mtom k ■i a^uw, Measles, T x«^wH1 tilth* Coarts of the State. [M8Slj m. jr. ULSVin, J * « tow> *S£?ls£S* Collec Coanty, May 15, '59,ly At LtWv Houston Richardson P:*tSffi 3S&23 twffl ha given to^h^£t™t- ■ .l.riLBEBi ittMMT tt I*w, Jfcatgemarj. Toot, GSSgsF^ JOIff B. IABLE, "' 'jSLAMcHi-ic ^BKcitO jMl* * a tHimSTl LAW, Astnriffti Iw, A WlUpractioe la theoowts of the mmtt DU- ihtwiiwitow* aour tat Galveston. jju 301 •.■.ami. V'-_w.uan. Eat.ll 4fc LlkMi, 4 H fWI *Ij iraBd General Collecting AttMk.Mwo, JVMI, gnKT^.VH-C"t"B«-1L W-™%g.'iffsffi! - -T". ;T*r a, F. rtLLEB ~~ . A ttnair at Liw. Hew ten Te%*s, Practi A •• ff«l S3Rartl of Um 7th Jidill Dis- trict. Ottaa north fide of Conithoaue aqnare. Vob.14.tvlr" urau a. ucutnoa. a. a. num. hmBH^ . „ H A UMMmttof.JiolH. Itou, will pne A Um lifthe imw > District Oo«rti of the Slats, and the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1860

M:w Oltl.CAMi tuu < r toiiuii fMUiiniMliI. Cefegrapfj Commercial of the Tri-Week morning. F—— LIST Of Reuaininp in 1* M, Kfbmsry 15. I860 lyrorklB A CSftfJUie It Aldrirt J-tin Atktnoon Dr ■ amut William h ipAA Aleck J ft*rr>4iCl R.rrott Pnmk Bergman Laala Uaoae Kwant Saw.tMn Alfred Hm«tM Brrckvm, Henry Ifljmri r T V If atltgrapl) matters. s ofhlsH Hit *O c0t. 43«r 25 00 10 In advance 8 00 100 copies..— 3 00 1 75 Mfl II it K I* B. H. CUSmNO Publfcher. PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. i being M Wan Bp UraiSilTes- ton to-dajr, we hare fall reports of the ■«W8 Hgir <^p^^ad the Eio Grande by special dispatch- orer the Texas tele- graph line from Galveston, to which we re- fer our readers. i_t.it- VOli XXY-^O. 49. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1860. I WHOLE NO. 1359. the Honse to-day comprise little of gen- eral interest or importance. The greatest In another oofawn of to-days paper) Porti.onof siuine wtt3 occupied in the we pofeBah ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 February 1860

THE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. I860. i * 0Mli| X. H. CTJSHIVG. Editor. TU*MUT, FEBRUARY 21, I860. between this <rit 7 md gtodtossyis b«Ug well to repey tte itock- erpriM. We hope en teg to see it azteded into the interio, 111 iM KewOries** Our city renders failed to iitltlfci jLJj |iapiii lis! nxmlaj ■■ natlj We delayed Us publication in Hah the news by tkeHew nrriTing in Gaheaton that day. Owing to tha Matter the atanMr waa viable to get ovarthebar. The Etsflawere finally bronght tow boat, aMtthe news *aa then *as3KGFt to wpflf telegraph. We did Sreorivinglt tffl4o'eloek I. M. ed an hear to transmit it. It • o'clock before we jot the paper i and the carriers wen until after jit By this delay, bow- i enabled to famish oar ren- newa a day in adranee ai the , in *st, Inter news than themaaltea of the •The Washington couaty railroad for bnaineaa yeaterday, (Mon- Traina now run regularly to the irrrer, tfckeiiflg passengers from and to the west bank of the riter. Theoomp...

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