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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1860

SAfUBtfAY:,.. . _ ■ ■ ■■ Sgjfcj i\rnm JL imi i .JUNE 2,1860. ,Church Kmmm tW^iVipg-yftrfi*1 tfftjMw Qonfc Ti^JSo2&t Special corresportfcnce of the Telegrtrpb. lott, mqr &, I860. Dub ImtttATH.—-My oxpected stay of two vwts ft £*&(**•« extended itself to nearly twolmmUis, and as at the writiBf, I «m«imfined to rn? mtcto ttttdtfif cold, which has settled up- on my tap* 1 hare the delightful prospect of still farther prolonging my visit for two Attracted By the IovoMmbb of (he day- one of the few wc have had this Spring in Hdi^Tork—4 imprudently ventured outlast Sabbath, not, I am afraid, go much to wor- th ip, as to satiqfy cariosity, for I had long dcrired toattefed service at Trinity Church, and listen, as well, to the eloqnent Doctor TfUon, aa to the ansie, about which lhad heard so ranch. I don)i know When 1 hare seen so beautiful a day, and I don't remem- ber when, daring ray whofti life, I ever felt more ftitllUfor themsay blessings which had mirtal my way, fftaa„I di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 5 June 1860

L anMSMH M v- GALVESTON LAN® AGBTCIES llulSTOX. TO THE TRAVELLING PU POETRY. i Insurance JCeminmle Comer of the Japaaese Enkassy * THE CerOSE INVESTItfATIOW. MEXICAN NEWS. S1*J ORLEANS COTTON MAB$ET. Special dispatch to t eT«*egrsj>fi. QitTiam, Vmj 31.—Tke steamship Ornate, imTtdtl her wharf at 10 o'clock ibis morning. _ WiSHnoiM, May 29.—The members of the Japanese £mbassey ar« much troubled aboai the accident to the frigate Fiagwa. ' They do not believe that such is is reality th# ease, they think it is an artifice got up by our gOTerameat to detain them longer thaa thj^r expected to remain in the United States. The United States Naval Commis- sioners have endeavored to remove this prejudice. The difficnlty wil^probably in- terfere with farther carrying oat the pro- jected arrangements. In consequence of the accident that met the TJ. S. steam fri- gate Niagara, .a new programme* will be necessary, to carry out the intentions of the Government respecting the return of the JajAne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1860

c, .-.a* W!l&~ 1| agister R. A I Bin onthenight of tbe ftM Wondl I •-"'-"" !SS5Si',W 8so.H.Bun«ae«f*.8ee'r. t aocmn cnnron, *o. s. .R. & SM, <t. mam on th« nigfct of day otrrenr •onlo aS, I c. j. suanlk,T. i. a v. [foMyi. Secy jyjTSSTg a*tf*£Ugltto{ tire 8«oopJ rtd y oftv- ^Houston. - - Gio. eoumiwAm <■ ■#,$§. v. "=" Han 131 jr 9*o. H. BuMKiUT.SM't. OF. LMOHB itMriwrtfe n« I eterj Teo d jr er.nlng at tfieH . _ _ beir Hall, corner Main and Qoagraaa atmu,ln Ulialty. J-BSawym, It.O. - 'J.A,8ttm8, T.«. B. Wolf 8oo B. bniT,b(U. Jan. 18. h *«• W, * 6eok6c notary LAWYERS^ eoldth*. AITB, eueli A. N. JOSSAX. tlce In will giro prompt to thetr care. * L W. B.BOCTS. ftBOTTS, * to (be Cnrb S. F. (OUT, . Texas. 13. U- Cohmkis, Texas. E^HILL. CtUMMr frt> 18, !/, «. A turners at Latn Abim, ta A Main Street,oppnttattaOUCVttol Jan. M wly. ASBBfegi the coanthiof'-^^' Collin, ATS&i .it.ia.wu A'TSS." W. L. H1TUES& J w. '•ta Jammewm, Attoam at Law, Hmm, Teuu, will praetioeia all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1860

f W >Y' ^OWSKESrOvBditoP. = ..JUNE 12,1860 of Ute OmlTeston, Houston k Henderson road is sooh th t they can buj it for a tg, ud amalgamate it witk this Toa4, «dttn gaim fifty miles of road M a baaldag basis, almost as a gift. They say, also, and make ao secret of it, tliat they do this, aad ifith the aid of this Galveston as ■of the company, secure the owrtwtaf the tnswgiiiy for aU time. These things an said as reasons for crediting in the enterprise. But, on KWertetaTsxas. aIB PlgSPBfflALEUBCtlW, lilt. ■m mm f.tPcR. GO& V. . (JRAHAM, «ER. T. H. WAUL, 'tftjggf DiamtlCT. COL A. T. EAI5BT. * SBCOSDI COL JOHN A. BS .# & ate HmHob, Angvst, 1860. TOB IWSMIf 6BBML. Is. It raoraBTOT. aMPWtomBL B. JOHNS. «« BTATK TKKASUH.ER. OTSUS 3. KAHDOIiPH. -i** GBORGB H. to anonnH ss a candidate for J^Be^Dhdrlct,msd by the i m authorised to announce lb. JOHN Lfbr County Clert, at the ensuing election. are satborixed to annonnre E. A. PALMER Zm a candidate fbr the office of Judge of the Sev- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1860

fir* v =3= ase±Ss=3s±= * :# V' f§9 r.->*JUNB 9,1860 not yield n riob ^ ~~ Itte a torf. ^ ,. The harfjr awteare sown si interrala from the tot «nliltfc tot t>f April, rarely repairing mucji protection, either in flM.wilM.er ■Hue teaddr*l®dl i Septem- open sir aa spring iAuhm. - The seed should always be sewn evenly and thinly, on freshly dag ground, and in very shallow drills ten inches apart; rake smoothly; and if dry weather, give a thorough but gentle watering Is the evening. When the plants hare grown an inch high, thin than eat to two| ncies apart; after they begin to touch caeh other, thin, <jg^gain, to a foot apart, carefully lifting and transplanting those that are renamed.* ... . ; All the tnrieties of Mask ani Cantalope melons t« be iip«ed«X® %erly, may be treated as directed ftr the Cucumber. they, too, thrive and Bear better if pleated fn ridges—the ridges nine feet apart, and the plants thirty inches distant on the ridge- TherMgaajahould be but slightly raised, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 12 June 1860

r, Iftfa 'Vawa.nMWj' SgMtgaa m ■<s am igffcj- ofmm ?jSfWS iJK£u*S6sfce POETRY. Awn Once a Week. THE ouwm - ^ It mi a satiny summer's dsyp***;frr; «S 9 flowers deek'd dale and hill; I ttrratttbe < - files of every tint Bew gBttsrfng through the air; 3 6fc overall 3rd, and fan fays later from Europ«. WAraxatmnr, Joae 2.—In the Senate Mr. Hak't rmoMfcm, wlriehprovides ftrtfte (of Ike Committee to Naml af- bjtheU. 8. GorermaaRt waa taken up.— Ate a brief diaoMRon tharoeolution there- on, was unmi*wasly adopted. A Ml ksTipg to Manliest the settlement of print* laad «!"« la the State ot Cfl- ifoznia, wa* taken 19 aad passed . The post office defiency bill was taken up. A sharp and long debate in which eereral of the most prominent members were parti- cipants, resulted in the defeat of the bill. la the House of Representatives, a bill recently introduced by the Committee on the Judiciary 19r fining and imprisoning U. S. Marshall atfswbg the escape of crim- inals in their, custody was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1860

%>\t Sri4SBetfclg fttltgrajl) Paper <lerot«d to Haws, Pontic*, Internal lmprove- menta Li teraturu, *<■-, la Inaed every Monday. Wed- nesday and fiMv creates, at 3 o'clock. $Se Wee&fp (LefegrapO Contains all Ike leading artWas,thsHews, Commercial —**tt ■ «lffin« nr—MIwTStnr*" of the Trt-Wee* i nil Is fimheSsmi Wednesday morning. Slje (foranurriol fctitgrapf) Is deratedpaiflaeMy to CommercialBatten,and la ■1 eslcned to MM the merchant a condensed mma or all HUiten of Interest In this and other markets In- cluding prices for the current lnkrmaUonoThls custo- mers. Itlslsgaed em Th uisday afternoon at to'ctt. TE RMS: Weekly, per anama,In advance. * S 00 Clnboftsn _ 0Q Single copleefor mailing 10 III HInsHjTllatmill. Ill ailirini n 800 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies.. .... 3 00 SO 1 75 K H. C08HING Publisher. GEORGE GOIDTHW AITE, NOTARY PUBLIC HOU8TOH.TMXAS. A. n. Joasas. LaoaiBS o. Walub. JOBDAH * WAMJB. AM g£S%ffgtfpSP and mnntifin. In the Supremo Own Galveston. Par...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1860

€k §mtn Ctltgraplj, K. BL. CtTSHtiTO, Editor. TUESDAY....... JUNE 19,1860 «SS3S! NVw Orleans, Place, tf.O retain Postmasters generally, who are autnon X&t in *«ern 3. Meore. LaiaPua la *«eraTeuiJ PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, I860. FOR ELECTORS* STATS AT LARGE. OOL. M. D. GRAHAM, GEN. T. N. WAUL, FIRST DISTRICT. COL. A. T. BAINET. if SECOND DISTRICT. COL JOHN A. WHARTON. State Elect!*!, Asgsst, ISM. COR ATTORNEY SENBRAli. O. M. FLOURNOT. TOR COMPTROLLER. CLE KENT R. JOHNS. FDR STATE TREASURER. CYRUS H. RANDOLPH. H"Wem anthoriiedlto announce QBORQE 11. BRING HUKST as a candidate for County Clerk, at th • onkcekctlon. ISLWe mm authorized to announce Juilsre h. A. THOMPSON, of 8alTe<ton, aa a candidate for the office f Jndee cf the 8eventh Judicial District, made vacant !>y theresignation <f Hon F. W. Gray. tBT We are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN -~BKA3HVAR for County Clerk, at the ensuing election. l&JWt are authorized to announce *. A. PALMER Esq.. as a candidate fbr the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1860

'ft * : .j €i|t imstan <Ertfjrwl> ■ ■ ' - -V " -■ ,;>- SATtJBDA?.... .JUNE 16.MSQ FROM RIW YOKK. Dull /MttngWtAt PoUtksd Market—Dodging riiwii iiHWitfMiini «* <** Hert—P*n Abolitionism—The OU£lm—The Sur- remtiiUi ef Bum—The Blac* Flag— ffiiflftwni Ciiiiwiifflni iViiir York Thea- tres—Texas andlftw Orteaas-RaOroadin Nm M-jygfckg * Um*r*—Tht Japanese— Coal Scuttle Bonnets—Fashion- ables B^rnSm;#c. <f V-H-i [Speetal Oorrwpoodeice oTtlie T«l«*rmpL.] Nnr Toss; m*y 6th, 1860. Diab Tttxcnu :->¥be Srikmer is in- deed apon in in New York, though for some reason considered rufli'cient, no doubt, by the " clerk ofthe weather," spring waa kept back entirely this season; ttfr ^beruafe it iraa cold eaotfh ft*- <rr*#-eeat8 only a few days sin«e, now gentlemem find it rery comfortable Jo tBin out in, gnmraer garb, and the shady dd of the street is the most Ton are ne toiW etwued (who has not?) lew HH1> utkoaittm Is displayed by the different lpplit^cal parties who have chose...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 19 June 1860

POETRY. MfatfR-l-1" long little poem to I of the Chicago.! i tha grace II has i MM b°«t among the newspaper* for year*, ■nm has often tm «ol*ected to i ihmi w«* «wv ucww acur it* MdnhMtenHl As it I—s guaugh the m WH^Htoi i j nun and i g'composltlors. i we give bekrw Is correct: I istbe river Time, •of tears, deal rhyme, > and luge sublime* That blends with the ocean of Tears. Besrtho winters are drifting like Bakes of snow. As* tho summers like Mae between; And the year In the sheaf—so they come and they go On the river's breast with the ebb and flow. ' As K glides la the ahadow and aheen. Isle in the river Time. of ah* an playing; Ay and a tropical clime, chime, with themes are staying. And the name of thb Mala the Long Ago, o«r treasures then; are trews of beauty and bosoms of snow— are heapa of chut, but we loved them so— Then an trinkets and tresses of hair. Then are fragment* of song that nobody sings, And part of an infimt's prayer; There's a lata mswept, and a harp without...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1860

fit $*utn (ibftifi. •%t in-jfirid? CdtpiJ 4woW talfrws, NRM Inl.SSIlm* ir e- ixxw- [^|| | jtontoy,Wed- : at •o'clock. rapO III ill Ifcl !!■— ■l hil| ■ "" ■ k-h l"'M"ln> "fnWTrl TTr-lr * ~ ^ lAflAk . — __ « II III—III I I IIJ ~ I ■ - T TERMS: WetHr. per annnm. tu advance— <S« Club often .. «. ■■ ■ > ■■ «> VOLDTHVAITE. KQTARY PUBLIC HOBWW.TITH- _ O.Wm * Houston, Tun, Wirprsc- sstssnt ItolIVtwly. W. B.I BCTCK1.EX * taw, Bfchmoud, Texas. AWItf I. IT. A*T5E HI. E.0H<l>. . _ CraiHin st- tow, m. w> is.ly.'so. Coffin, In all OP THE LATE FIRM OF 5HLS0N, WARD WELL A CO., uniicv. , HAVTSO CONNECTED grwgter.B WITH THE WELL KNOWN HOUSE OF 4 ; KEID ft TRACY. * 86 Chambers Street. NEW YORK, - O0LIC1TS the continued patronage of hie fHends, ami cnstomera.andasauresthemthat th^^rdm^fbr an. 17.lv '60. ' i3 customers, and assures CODecttaik Hardware, If addressed to him o las.pvseWeea shall h« satisfactorily executed, to collections |ut, Fannin, 3 «. * J*kB 4 ttirMTi at Lav, Br*st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1860

€)r |«SM erttgr*j&, V CTJHHmO, Editor. TUESDAY.....JUNE 26, 1880. P«E8iDBmAtKLECTm, 1MI FOK ELECTORS STATE AT LAMB. COL. ST. D. GRAHAM. BEX. T. V. WAtJL, FIRST DISTRICT. COL A. T. BAINEY. SECOND DISTRICT. OOL. JOffX A. WHARTON. SUM ElMtian, Aagnst, IMS, fOR ATTORJ05Y flSNHUl. & W. FLOUBNOY. MK OffltmOLUiR. nttJBST R. JOTOS. M STATS TREA8CR KR. 0YRU8 H. RANDOLPH. SWSJStf&r" earning election ■ttorfiM) to announce ORORGK'H. t eardtdato for County Clerk. at the ML. ar cnthorizM t« announce Jndce L. A. TlloMP>OS. nf flalvertnn, a? a candidate tor the office f-f J ttd?* of the Seventh Jndleial Sterlet, made vacant trv th r «l7Ttatlon rf Hon I*. W. Qm. tih We are anthnrixM to annennre Mr. JOHN BKASIl^AR forConntf Clerk,at the ensulryrelection. t%We are authorlxeit to annonnc* K. A. PALMER Krn..as a candidate for the otAce of JmUre of the Sev- enth Judicial District, tbjh!p vacant hy the rrsfgostlon uT .Indce ?. W. Gray. Wo we anthorlzeii to announce GBO. W.TRA- candidate for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1860

mow, .flHUrla ktfdHgible, will be found^tCTesdi^/. Tie ftxJfWdual who m*kw up tka Kjgfj fcr A* Associated Prwj at Baltimore sorts ft lw drunk the gramter ptrt offtie tfnre. At Inst hS di* pMtkttkn* • drunken tort. It will to seen that there bad been a bloody fist-fight, and a doel or two expected; that Donglaa had been " sent to grass " and wonld proba- bly bo twnii«Wc5 and the steading and thajt wsal3a'Wdr spectMTy Sarlt &e" attention of <ror read- ers. i lii ■t>ht "ftr* " • i '" * As alarm if Sri aboot half-past elereno'clock julewByiiiialag, gave the red shirt a and leather hats aon* wholesome exercise. The "devouring dement" was subdued altnoSt as soon as discovered, bnt it was gratifying to see tfie KTSerity with which the "bnyg" got out "der machine. Tire meeting of the City Conncil again failed to bring ont a quorum on Thursday night. Oar City Fathers are be- coming lethargic and drowsy onder the in- fluence of tha continued hot weather, and some of them prefer the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 26 June 1860

J ' f & docstok. LAND AGENCIES Iusurance Companies GALVESTOK. Soitben Agriculture Where there'#a Will, there's ■ W«y. It waa a nobte Roman, In Home's Imperial day, IV ho hoard a coward croaker Before the baUle y; They're safe hi such a ibrtrfc«s; There la no war to shake It— -On! on! ezeMmed tntfhm, rUJhut a wy,«rw*t F laAmowr aspiration? Her palh Ts steep and high: Tn vain he seeks the temple. Content to faxe and sigh; The shining throne to watlng. But ha alone can take It, Who says with Boman flrnmew. - Til find a or Taatt« T Is Zeenriw year amMtlonf Thes%to no royal rand; Alike the peer and peasant Win feds the thirst of knowledge. In HeBcon may slake It, tf he has still the Roman will fhjbtci a mqr, or Make it Are JKeka worth the getting f They mast be bravery soaght; With wishing and with fretting The beoa cannot be bought; To aD the prtxe la open Bat only he can take It, Who says, with Boman courage. lHJMiny, or make it -' In Lore' Impassioned warfare, Tbe tale ha ever bee...

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

Ssi C(jt faMttUs Cdtjmli f er4s*otedtoirew>,Mllc*.l*taraaint M«i nests INlliii ti m—illmI ■>*! Till •MwaOWlrMM>i><U>t £(je Weefifi* CefegrapO C anMM (B tha IMdbiKaHoln, tin Rem, Ommmrela r^aamiM«i«wg fig momm*. fl|t (ffwratrsUi feUgnqpi) Udero««dp«ttcn2*rtyto 0—nnuhl uistlm.anflU | of MMHMMMIta Oris cod other 1 cta4nffrte fcrfhecnmatliribnBatlonofhi ca*o- | . TERMS: Weiklr.fer annum, in advance— $300 taiMan 8 OS > 3 00 ... ._ 1 76 a. H. CCSHnra PnbUaber. ■180H1C* fte. SI TELEGRAPH. Bi the Tarn* Telegnpk Lme—OfUt Oermr of 4 w < aim chapteb, no. i. | B. A. M. ontfcenlgktof the first Monday I of «rary month,at Masonic Hall, Main it. A.M.9BNTBY.H. P. Sao. H.Bun t.BraST.8ec'y. feblly PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURT HOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. SBrorren council, mo. a. .VI i. li 4 .8. M. MMTS on the night of the second Ta* - j Uy oferery month, KtOottnetl Eoom, M - sonie Hall, HomtodBh1 — o. i. nnmi, t. i. 4. [feh#yl. Sm.HBuisxuut. 8ee'y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1860

* C|f |nston Cttfgra^fi, 2C. H. CUHtQNG, Editor. TUESDAY......JULY 3, i860. F«r PraMnti J. C. BREeEEKRME, * ' * OP. KSXtUCKT. m Tie* President, GEN. JOSEPH L ANE, . OF OBESON. . % PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 1860 for electoks STATS AT LARGE. COL. M. D. GRAHAM, GEN. T. K. WAUL, VIKST DISTRICT. COL. A. T. RAINEY. SECOND DISTRICT. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. Slate Election, Aagast, 1860. FOR ATTORNEY GENERA 1,. G. M. FLOUENOY. FOR COMPTROia.ER. CLEMENT R. JOHNS. FOR STATE TREASURER. CYRUS H. RANDOLPH. tr We are authorized to announce E. SIMMLKR as a f sndlrtsta for the office of Chief Justice, at the en- suing election. &r We are fcethorized to nhnonnce WILL POWERS as a candidate for the office of Count;- Sur- veyor at the August election, next. IS"We are authorized to announce Jlr. G. S. IIARDCABTUE forje-electlon for the office Assessor and Collector, at the ensnlng election. -We are authorized to annonnce Judge W. B. V'es for reflection to the office of Connty Treas- urer, at the ensuing e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1860

CJ)f Santa CtkfMj*. SATURDAY.... .JUNE 30,1860 ML- A comct, af modaat and unassum- ing proportions, l — been on exhibition in the west for ftw «Tenings p*at- (9^ See adrertlsement of Reichie's pat- ent truss. This has reputation of >wn.ig one of the beet offered to the pub- Be. We oommend it accordingly. Wa5tb>.—Tha printed Proceedings of the CTiand Lodge of Tma JL P..and A. M. for 1847. A liberal price will be paid for 1^. See card of W.P. Masaey. Massey is to oar notion the beet boot-maker Texas. He also has alarge lot ofshoe- makers' findings alirays on hand. The public will do well to take notice. Rbpobtid Discovert or Gold.—Rich deposits of gold are reported to .have been Sseorered in the mountain region one hundred and fifty miles beyond El Paso, in the neighborhood of the old Santa Rita copper mines. Isdiab Killed.—The San Antonio Her- ald learns that an Indian, who had been trailing a man named Lawhors, on the Laredo road, was killed alter a desperate fight, near the C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 July 1860

"A HUNDRED YEARS TOCOJIE," Where will be the turtle the: sing. A hundred years to coxae: The loiai that now in besutr sprint. A hasdred jeers to comev The rosy Hp: The lofty brow. The heert that beats 9o gaBy now— Ob! where will be love's beaminx eye. Joy's peasant «mUes and sorrow** <f;h. A hundred rear? to cott.* Who*11 press for gold this crowded street A hundred rears to coir * ? WWII treed yon church witb wililu ' teet, A hundred years to come? We sH within nor graves shall sleep A luadred vear3 to come: tfe living soul for us will weep. A hundred years fo come! But other men Our lands will till. And others then Our streets wm fill: While other birds win sin? as gay. As bright the sunshine as to-day. A hundred years to come! MISCELLANEOUS. THE WAX STATUES. BY FRANK GREFJiWOOD. Mr. Timothy Fudge was a great man—in bis own estimation. A carpenter by trade, he had worked hard, bat always remained poor, notil a few months before our story, when, by the death of a brother whom he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1860

f$t Cri-SSaMg tdtpm Papar derotad to Rem, PoBOo. Internal Improve Botnta TH—uti, iuwIWut Monday. Wed- iariiTi^fM.1 ,11 o'clock. fclje WeeSfg fcefegrapfj niiililnnilitilwill^rtMT- T*|-TTimr tTirmniiiii111 Mthf.Bdai linn I iniungMtBi oftheTH-Weak- y.and la pnhttMd rr*TT Wednee4«y morning. «|jt (fornnurcioi ^eUgrapt) 11 derated particuUrtr to Commercial matters, and U daalfnad to tflbrd the merchant a condensed summary of all matters of Interest In tills and other markets In- It HI—ml >«n Hinmlaj iBsiiniiiiist lo'cA. TEBM8: Ctob often _ _ _ 15 00 siting — 10 Ttt-WeeUyTdegnpli, per aantnn, In advance 8 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies. 3 00 T _ _ - 175 Mtna. X- H. 0D8HDJS PabBsher. SOCIETIES. VASHineTOH CHAPTEB, WO.l. R. A,. M mg HSR3 on the night of the flrst Monday «f ever* month, at Masonic Hall,Main it. Wjr : A. M. SENTRY, H. P. ™ Oso. H. Bat* (-bcmt.See'y. feb91y SOtSTOil COUNCIL, «•. 3. . R. <fe .8^JI,en and Snas- f ss 0 [febSyl. I. a. M. See'y. • ICO 2. T. ' ' tBesse...

Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1860

E. H. CUHrilN'S-, TMitor. TUESDAY .'.'/. JULY la, I860; r« Pmlitat, J. C. BREOKENRIDGE, OF CTSTUCKT. Far'tVlec PraMtatt;, GEN. JOSEPH L AN£, oP'oRtaox:* • <-• PIBHWW ELECTIOB, 1860 FOR ELECTORS SWATS AT IiASGK. 00L. M. D. GRAHAM, GEK. T. N. WAUL, FIRST DISTRICT. ; COIfc A^ T. BAINEY. .• SECOND DISTRICT. COU JOHJT A. WHARTON. State Eleetioa, Aigast, I860, no* AitirtNirsESHtAfc. G. M. FU>OBNOVv _ FOR C03IPTROI.1.F.R, CLEWEKT R. JOHNS. FOB STATS TREASURER. CTBTO H- RANDOLPH. are autborlxed to announce E. SIMMLER aa a candidate for tfcn office of Chief Justice, at the en- suing election. t^T We are aathortied to announce WILL} POWERS as a candidate for the office of Connty Suf- veyor at the Atigaat election. next. J -We are authorized to announce Mr. O. S. TlARDC ABFLB for re-electhm fbr the office Assessor and Collector, at the ensuing election. M.We are authorized to announce Judge W. B. REKVXS for reflection to the office of County Treas- urer, at the ensuing election. *n«We ar...

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