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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 August 1856

It V' vol. xxii—no. 22. houston, texas, wednesday, august 13,183c. whole no. 1174 /: l\ * ALLEN &nBR6€K£T, PUBLISHERS ASD PttdPRIKTOTtS. Ornci—nitfTtpk Buildings, Franklin Street. terms: *oroney«*rtn 3t*ns - ** (>x months in advance..... « SO . 1 30 Hates Advertising. - One *qiitire, Bret Insertion 91(1" do d« ench-suleeqoent insertion ... 50 do do one year 10 GO Eight lines or less■ we .institute a square. All transientadv^rii^eaientj to br paid far when bunded in. This rule will-not be deviated from in any cue. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per ye.ar. Marriages and Death* published as news. Obitua- ries charted for as advertisements. Advertisements not markel when handed in, will be inserted until forMd,and.eh-ir$ed for accordingly. Candidates* announcements for con oty offices, t5; State, District aud Congressional. .410 Advertisements not orithiu the legitimate business of Yearly Ad*e> tisers chirked ext.-a. AH communications for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 August 1856

MONDAY, AUGUST 11. 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES JOCH&NAN, OP FEailSlLVAKU. FOR VJCK PRESIDENT, J, C. BHECEEHKIDGEr TCCKV. elkcto 3 mm mm state at large. tttiXKBOVBCNi W.K.SCCKKV. ca-yorksslojtm district electors. a. J. HUOD, A. J. HAMILTON. The Will op ni LATK JtuzM II. SneH vin-s, Esq.—The universal interest manifest- ed by the pnblic,fmd tile many friends of Jiiy Stevens, as to the disposition of his large es- late, readers it proper that should refer to thesirtijeet. Tha estate is estimated at about $300,000, mostly in available means, and was disposed of as follows-The home- stead, negroes and. tome other property, to- gether with the sum of $25,000, were given to Mrs. Stevens; the sum of $125,000, to. be invested by his executors, to his daughter, Virginia Gertrude, %.veiy_ interesting child offouryears of age; and the sum of $5,000 Was given in the same way to his adopted son, Walter Stevens' The principal and in- terest of both ef the latter bequests, to be paid A BILL. To ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 August 1856

Utajton WEDNESDAY. AIMSWST, 13, 1856. GLCBBL1G. of.tka Celegwph, h*Tl#g made fence fr- to publish a m«r «WT Of 0W '' pablle pa- lwt !n.t¥M)ilft^W**L* (■rMMl n*djp>, and the pmbiie generally, to the foi- ls *li jliducetients to clohblng. *Tery man whohas It tkirttr U Interested lalll State of our Cotton and Provision market, as well as many other ,A«ter« of local Interest which can bcobtalnedtinly 4'irongb the medium of this paper" To the man who feels any Interest in our own railroad, or those in contemplation elsewhere in tke State, it wlllprovea rateable companies. We bar* adopted the cash sfstetI, after a bOr test of the credit, and flatter ourselves that the Increased usefulness of our pa- per, la consequence of this change, will more than compensate for the difference between payment in Advance and payment at the end of the year. Postmasters everywhere are requested to act as ajoate and receipt for as, always sending the cast with the subscriber's name: One Copy, one year, _...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 August 1856
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 August 1856

1_(> ■s ■ ': ■ i " -*TE . / :%* ^ mi •;•.**".tt VOL. XXIi—NO. 23. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20,1856. WHOljp NO. 1175 ALUK « BROCKET, • PCftLISHEKS AND PROPRIETORS. Orrici—TtUfrapk BuiWpge, Franklin Strtit. TERMS: For one year is advance ... " sis monthi in idiuct ■ $2 SO . 1 SO Bate* *f AiTirtUiiif. One square, first insertion 91 oO de de ' each subsequent insertion—. SO N .4* one year --........... 10 00 Bight line* or leu to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to Be paid for when handed In. This rate will not be deviated from in a ay eaae. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths pablished as news. Obitua- ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid .and charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offlces,$3; State, District and Congressional. $10. Advertisements notwithin the legitimate business of Yearly Advertisers ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 August 1856

iunsiatt Cflfgraplj. MONDAY, AUGUST 18. 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN OF PmstLTANU. vJ. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, - J, 0. BRECKENRIDGE, ' ofeHGNtPOXT. • ELECTORS FOR THE STATE JT LA ROE. frank bowbe^i w.b.SCUftU*. COJfQRESSlOJVAL A.J. BOQD« DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HAMIUTOS. Editorial Correspoudence. IJ" TEe Scvr Orleans Mail has again failed The papers due yesterday, will not coma to hand till Wednesday. There was a rumor at Galveston, that the steamers " Peraever. fence" and " Nautilus" were both lost. The rumor ■we trust, has no foundation, although there had been pretty hard weather off the coast. O* The Nueces Valley states that Hon. H. P. Bee, speaker cf the House of Repre- sentatives, has been spoken of by his friends as a candidate for Congress, at the next, elec- tion. Lrccrx.—The debate before the Lyceum, on Saturday evening, was well attended, and the subject under discussion—Was Qoeen Mary, of Scotland, accessory to the death of her husband, Hcnty Darnly ?—treated with m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 August 1856

lattsten: €f{fgrap|t. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST, 20, 1856. CLUBBING. The proprietors of the Telegraph, baring made Arrangement* to procure the v*r| lateatintelligencw from all porta of the country, and being determined to publish a paper every way worth; of public pa- tronage, respectfully invite the attention of their present readers, and the public generally, to the fol- 1 owing inducements to clubbing. Every man who has dealings in this city is interested in the State of our Cotton and Provision market, as well as many other natters of local interest whieh can be obtained only through the Medium of tbUpaper* To the man who feels any interest in our own railroad, or those In contemplation elsewhere in the State, it will prove a valuable companion. We have adopted tho cask system, after a fair test of 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 ,-«dvance and pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 August 1856

Dr. McLANE'S celebrated VERMIFUGE UVERPILLS. l*wc of tile best Preparations ofth: Age They are not recom- mended as Universal Cure-alls, but simply foi what their name pur- ports. The "Vermifuge, foi expelling - Worms front the human system, has also been administered with "the most satisfactory results to various animals subject to Worms. The Liver Pills, foi the cure of Liver Com- plaint, all Bilious De- rangements, Sick Head- ache, &c. Purchasers will please *>e particular to ask foi Dr. C. McLane's Cele- brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills, prepared by RED RIV£R LAHDS« ON TTIE 2*1 of April, we will start from Kendall's Bernl, Johnson County, on a Surveying trip. Parties wishing first rate Mantis combining the ad- vantages of Water and Timber will hare an excel lent opportunity of obtaining them. These lands will be located by as in person. Mr J. DeCordova will be in Houston and Galveston in about a week, spending two days in each City for the purpose of making contracts. DeC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 September 1856

iV > i i a ft /* HMPC VOL. XXII—NO. 26. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10,1856. WHOLE NO. 1178 ALLEN & BROCKET, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Qrnca—TtUgmpk Building!, Franklin 8tre*t. TERMS: For one year in advance " iix months in ad ranee $2 50 ISO •l no 50 10 00 Bates of Advertising. One square, llrat insertion.. - • do do each snbseqnent insertion.... do do one year Eight lines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when handed in. This rule will not be deviated from in any cuae. m A liberal deduction made to those who advertise two or more squares per year. Marriages and Deaths published as news. Obitoa ries charged for as advertisements. Advertisements not marked when handed in, will be inserted until forbid And charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,<5: State, District and Congressional. $10. Advertisements not within the legitimate business of Yearly Advertisers charged extra. All communication*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 September 1856

Houston €tifgrajil). 31C:?:>AT, 5KPIEMBER 9. 1856. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCH&NAN, ©F PESSSYLTASI1. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. I C. BHSCKSNKIDGS, OE EFJItCK*. tLX&TOKSf TOR THE STATE AT LARGE rSASK EOWBES, IV.It.SCUKUY. COA'ORESSIOX.iL A. HOOD, DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. mnll-TOS. D* F. R. Li beock, Di-mocratic Elector for the 7ih Judicial District, will address the people of Galveston County, on Thursday next, the 11th iust, U*Wc are iu receipt of bills of lading and invoices of oar new printing material?, or- dered some weeks since, including a large cylinder press, a fast job press, and a large assortment of type aud job material, and will in a very short time Issue oar paper in an enlarged form and new dress. Ths Tap Road.—On S iturdar last tre took a ride on the Tap, which is now com- pleted to Bray's Bayou, a distance of about four miles. We were somewhat surprised at the eveuness and solidity of the track, there being no jerking or disagreeable motion of the train. The dry w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 September 1856

IV WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10. 1066. CtCBSWC. ^ proprietors of the Tel W>. haYii* ®*d« niHliMi— * Tinxw* «*• " - ,u t"" *ndbeingdetenniced rt«p ctfnlly 1 t1W tt« rttentlon of tbeir sreaent «ad« . %aA Ute public ee.HH.llr, to th« W- lo ton intaecmoiM to dabbing. Eyery dealing* 1 tbl< city U Interested in lb. State of^our and Provision market, as well at many othe matters of local Interest which can he obtained only Editorial Correspondence. Mliam Coantf—its Past and Pre! y*\ lent. . through the medium of this paper To the man who (eels any interest in our own railroai. or those In always sending the ccsk 92 SO 18 00 14 00 15 00 contemplation elsewhere In the Sate." TalaabU common. W. h,re sVttm, altera fair test of the cred.t,and flatter oLelres that the increased usefulness of onrp* per, in consequence of this change, will more than Compensate for the difference between paymentm ndrance and payment at the endof theyear Postmasters everywhere are requested^" agents and receipt for us,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 September 1856

CO. •m A t J"7 WXT"K Invite the attention of the Farmers and W Merchants of the interior to our lultani ex- tensive assortment of I?AIL AN DUSTER GOODS just receivod from the Northern and Western mar kct*, of a moat all arCcles adapted to the wants of "the people. via: GROCERIES, HARDWARE, DRY GOODS C LOTfHNO,BOOT«WIOES,IIAT:3.C AP , B iKNKT8,W- 'ODWAHfc,CKf CKKRT. GLASBWAMK, SABDLWtVyBAOGINQ, ROPE WIN28 AND LIQUORS. TOBACCO, * SEttAKS. kC.,mC:,kC. Woodand Willow Ware. Bnoo*s—3 doz wire and twin* brooms. ~ \VA«aHHo*R5w—20 dox wood and zinc washboards. la okst Kks—20dos one and t-.vogallonpa'ntsd water kegs Well BrCKSTS- 10 dos oak well buckets. CnoFFiXO Trays—10 dos extra quality chopping trays. < Atx IltLyw— 100 d'/x assorted Axe Helves. ■* C* o * Dippers—3 IkIIs rimmeti Cocoa Dippers. BitcKL Cover*—1'* dor barrel covers. " -Njwt Bosh*—!f0 nests wood Boxes. StRiW Pater—300 re-.ims, assorted sizes. # Wfrarfw® Twixic—10 bdls wrapping Twine. " l*4Xi* If id—111 bdlc Lamp Wick. T.iqc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1856

IWi VOL. XXII -NO. 27. HOUSTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1856. WHOLE NO. 1179 ALLEN & BROCKET, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. 0moc—Teiegrajk Building', Franklin Street. TEEMS: For one year in advance $2 50 " iix months in advance ISO Bates of Advertising. One square, first insertion SI 00 do do each subsequent insertion..... SO do do one year 10 00 Sight lines or less to constitute a square. All transient advertisements to be paid for when handed in. This rule 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^nd charged for accordingly. Candidates' announcements for county offices,§5; State, District and Congressional. $10. Advertisements notwithin the legitimate business of Yemrly Advertisers charged extra. All communications for the office should be ad- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1856

MOr.t>AY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1856. FOR PRESIDE X T, J&BES 3UCHiNAJJ, OF PESSSTLTAS1A. FGR*V1CE PRESIDENT, I C. BRSCKENRIDGE, os tfoareKf. Kr.BCTOR! FOlt THE STATE AT LARGE. FRANK RttWMHf, W.B.SCIBUY. CO.YORF.SSIO.VAL A. .*. HOOD, DISTRICT ELECTORS. A. J. HA.mi.TOS. ir We puMinb to day the proceedings of • Kansas mu tiny, held at Brazoria, on tlie 8th 'nut*. The Democrat, and Planter, Extra,' informs as that there -are tiow twenty-four volunteers enrolled, And the amount of $1,- 700 was subscribed on the day of the meet- ing. It is estimated that $12,500 will be necessary to meet the expenses of a company of fifty men. Uj-U. w. Crawford, Esq., of the Wash- ington American, one of the ablest expo- neula of Know-Nothing principle} in our State, has been sojourning in ocr ci*y for lotae days past. The Wat Tan Fixed It.—It so happen ed that Monday, last election day, was included iu a camp-meeting, held iu Bur net coun'y. Eow to fix it they did not know, as many did not want to leave t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1856

ffEDHMPATi SEPT. 17, 18M. cLvaune- T*t" proprietor* of the Telegraph. h Tl g made tma gemeats to proem tbe *"1 It ml nttUigtMt* from all pmrtt •/ tA« cmUrf, and bring determined to pnbliah a paper rrery waj worthy of public pa- tronage, reipectfaUy l t«e the atteoUon of their present reader*, and the pohlio generally, to the fol- lowing inducement! to ctibbing. Srerymanwhchaa dealin gs in this city is Interested in lhe State of oar Cotton and Prorision market, as well as many other natters of local interest whfch can be obtained only through the medium of this paper- To the man who feels any interest in our own railroad, or those fn contemplation elsewhere In the State, it will prove a valuable companion. We have adopted the cash if stem, after a fair test of the credit, and flatter ourselves that.the increased usefulness of our pa- per. in conse<)g*nce or this change, will more than compensate %>r the difference between payment in *dvanceand payment at the end of the year. Po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 September 1856

Ctr*i Wheat and Cotton- C#me. let n raise oar'battle-cry, And tend our fiat forth, Ani drink a bumper tout, onto The tillers of the earth. Let's throw aside old party line?. In firm reliance ataml, And let our country dear, be ruled By thotfe that till the land- let freemen rally 'neath our flag, Up, men of erery grade, ■ And shout aloud, with sturdy lungs, '•Thjplow, the loom, the spade let Mm who turns the hiriow o'er. With hiown and swarthy brow- let him who guides with iron hand, The iron of the plow, Be honored, cherished and belov d By every man of worth; Bight valiantly let all uphold The tillers of the earth. let freemen rally, <fec. *XTe know no North, we know no South," "Our Countryis the cry 5 Cast to the wihds each petty "ism,' And to our banner fly. let each man hail his fellow man, So matter what his birth, And join us in our cheering song— The tillers of the earth. let freemen rally,&e. £ The Pass ( Death* It was a narrow pass, Watered with human tear9- For Dea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 October 1856

v r m4* HMT^C t* Lit adc VOL. XXII—NO. 29. HOUSTON,TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1,1836. WHOLE NO: 1181 lARVElf U. A 1,1,i;\. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. Ttltfrofk Mmiliiift, Franklin Stmt. TERMS: IwiMjctrliadTUce ... .... * lis months In sdvsnce. *2 JO 1 SU ■•Ml •( Adrertitlnc OnequN, llr*t insertion SI o" do do *Aehsu'iaequeat insertion .... 50 4* Jo one year 10 00 light lines or less to constitute n square. Ill iriminti Wrrtiseoents to h> ptld for when tuledll. This rale will not be floriated from in may c ue. A lib -rat lad iction made to those who advertise Ifo o<- more squ irw per year. X ifivs mil Deaths pa >1 i-ified as neirs. ObUna- fiea ehirg •>! for a. advertisements. A IvertliemS its not m irked when Imntled in, will hel nerte I antil for-i-l.nn I ch-irre-l foreccorilinirlv. C B,: lites"annanncements for county offices.-5: State. D itrict an.l C -inures.io ill. 9111 A'tv-rtiseraenU notTittiiii the tenitiinste business ef T -*rlv Alve-tisersch irjed extra. All commu...

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

fcsfra Cflpgrnpjj. s KOHOAT, SEPTEMBER 99. 1856. FOR P RE* T.HENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, or rSJrSJTLTASIA. FoFYlCE TTTErSIDEXT. ~ i I. C. BRSOKENRIDSE, OE SEHTC CKT. KI.tCTORK FOR THE STATE AT URGE. KKA5K ROtVIH:\. W.U.SCCUKV. eoifOP. ESStoA'.IL DISTRICT ElECTVRS. A. 3. ll«M J>« A. J.flAMIL'TOJ*. '■ f set*; «r, the Pearl of Pearl River, by the iutingiiished American authoress, E. D. E. S. South wort h. author of the' Lost Heiress,' * "fhe Ue-erttd Wifc'; * ' Minting Bride ;' * Tbe Wife's Victory etc., complete in one " pQtmcAl Dj*Hja«o .-—There wa3 p. large rnont on Friday night, ^he 37th inst., a* e Court Hvxiae, to hear the discussion pre- viously appointed between Col. McAdoo, of Washingtou, county, in behalf or the Ksai&Nothings, andMaj. 'Win. R. Scurry, ot Vialbna, Democratic elector for the 8tate. Col. McAdoo opened the discussion in an ingenious and able exposition of his views upon the platform and candidates of the two parties, and,"while we made due allow- ance for reason...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 October 1856

I T V preprWwe of the T«lefr ph. ha-riii* maA« arrangement, io procure tke «* latest mttlligtnf J*i Iirfir—" *S tis—smtrf, and boing determined is pablUh a paper aTery way worthy of pablle pa- rouf*. raapwtfelly intlte th, attention of their preMAt raaMHi and thapabUe (enmity, to the fol- lowing la&Mneatttoolbbbiiiff. STafytnanwhchaa ■*—"rgf iathU elty la latere Aed In the State of oar Cotton and ProTiilon market, a* well ae many other matter, of local latarest which can be obtained only through the medium of thirpaper* To the man who feels any interest In onr own railroad, or those in a; and I should think Fremont sjfcocfe rising. The friends of Buchanan Sooth have got. to be unanimous or he is defeated There is no earthly use in voting for Pill- more. He has not the least showing in the world. He is my choice; but it is throwing away vote —at least it looks so now. I sup- pose it will be hard work for Southern Whigs to go Patient Democracy, but it is their only salvation. I th...

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