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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1860

=S# "i %|e vtm; SATUBDAY.. r. JULY 7, I860. Tn Sixoos.—Th« Simoo® Ha. hot, dry wind that prevails in Arabia and Egypt, generated by the betted sand of the des ert. It carries immense quantities of rand with it, which, wit* tie heat, often pros- trates and destroy* an lining things with which it oomes in eontaet. Excepting the sand and wholesale killing, the wind that prevailed yesterday (the 6th) was a modi- fied Simoon. It wss frrtn the northwest, and case over the tail expanse of prime extending with bol eofuparativel; slight interrnptionfef timber, across th* Texas prairies, the Llano Estacado^ famed as the. Jontado del Motrin, and tk > plains beyond to the Rocky Mann tain?. "The air was' heated several degrees above Mood heat. A thermometer'placed in (he wind- indica- ted 101° of Fsfirenhell. Articles of fur- niture felt warm fco ihe touch. Earthen ware was as if placed'before -a fire.'' Ve- neering onAirnilure cranked off. Drinking water left standing in the air, was tepid t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 July 1860

>;l|WMyia>W NEW O GALVESTON. POETRY and r*is«4 those Urge, pleading bine eyes to his. "Tea will forgive ate, Oscar? TRANSPOR TATION. EDUCATIONAL. HOUSTON. LAND AGENCIES. HOUSTON. INSURANCE. With Bttr f«rii twv« B> kar kalr. With bai«ttya*«a she views the scene. And#i*« w hherfanthewhDe- SheamtHMtlrat qneen, Aad** cat no lor. Ami near—like courtiers round their liege— Her flatteren stand, c To Kara to than In that j WfcMi cttaga mn the bafrroom belle. Or would aha danee-and half the room Are proud to bead at her command— IIow gaily smiles the one to whom She condescends to fire her hand. O, lady! list awhile to me: Altixmih there's beauty !n roar &<?, Tour Dm so aBght and firtr to see. Yoar daq ctng Ml of aaae ant grace— Oh, do not deem they lore yoa true Who flutter round where'er yon move. Their hearts will nerer hceak for yon- Men do not honor "dolls" with love. Ton anawer well for their caprice. To dance and Slrt an hour or so; Bnt,ah! your shallow sway shall ceas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1860

|jiutfi Ctbjnqil). \ Paper devoted to-JTewg, PoUUcs. Internal lmprovs- ments Literatim, Ae„ is tssasd mty Monday. Wed- nesday and Friday evening, at 3 o'clock. £§e Wcefifp CefegrapO Contains an the leading articles. the l ws, Commercial matter.and MlscellaaeotMpmsrapiisoftli.Tn-Week- y.andispiiblished $l)t (ffsranurriol Seltgropl) Is devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and Is designed to afford the merchant a coudenaedstrmmary of alTmatters of Interest in this and other markets In- clndlns price* for the cnrrent information ofhlscnsto-, mere. It isissned every Thursday afternoon at J o'clk. TERMS: Club often _ — 25 00 Tri-Weekly Tele^aph, per annum, in advance 3 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies. 3 00 _ « _ „ 80 - — 1 73 Addres. E. H. CU3HTKQ Publisher. SOCIETIES. wasnmgtok chapteb, wo. i. R. A. M. MEETS onthmigbtof the lint Monday of erery montir, at Masonic Hail, Main st. A. M. QENTRY, H. P. Sio.I.Btnf(-nn8T.8ee,y. febftly ♦ flotsiM COUNCIL* no. 2. R. & S. M. . H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1860

Cl)t gratis CtltgMjil), E. B. TUESDAY: oi au?ft * =g Editor. 17, 1860. J. C. BRECKENRIDGE, r«r Vice Pmidtal, GEN. JOSEPH L ANE, • OF OREGON. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOR* I8t0 FOR ELECTORS STATE AT UKOK COL. M. D. GRAHAM, QSS. T. N. WAUL, FTKST DISTRICT. COL. A. RAINET. SECOND DISTRICT. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. State Electing AsgHst, 1840. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. O. M. FLOTJRNOT. FOR 003f PTROI.l.ER. CLEMENT R. JOHNS. FOR STATE TREASURER. CYRUS H. RANlOLPH. W> are authorised to announce E. SIMMLKR as a candidate for the office of Chief Justice, at the en- su'nz election. JHT We are avthortnd to announce WILL POWERS as a candidate for the office of County Sur- veyor at the August election, next. announce Mr. G. 8. I for re-election for the office Assessor and Collector, at the ensuing election. *=*_We are authorised to announce Judge W. B. REMTES Ibr re-election to the office of County Treas- urer, at the ensuing election. t^.We are authorised to announce W. B. WALKER as a candidate for County...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1860

€i)t instn $tltgriy(|. SATURDAY..... JtJLY 14,1860. IS. J. P. Cragar>s amrvmrebonse is • fine building for % store house. It Iim * cool eaUmr, In which molasses and other articles liable to ftrment, can be safely stored. Is is two stories above ground, and of ample disMnaioM- It is conveni- ently located, and at the sane time so far from any other building as to be out of danger from fires. Mr. Crnger has been a long time In business in this' city, and is weU Enow* as esmet. and reliable merch- ant. We commend him to tike country. ftf While in HnntsriQe a few weeks sine*, we toot occasion to-visit Andrew Female College, under the charge of Prof. Franklin. It was vacation, and of course ire had no opportunity of seeing anything of the school, but we found the building excellently arranged for a good school— convenient recitation rooms, music rooms, lecture rooms, etc., and a fine apparatus , r<r illustrating the various studies requir- ing apparatus. The school is a success- fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 17 July 1860

1 poetry. FIEND. a moamn. i iT^gi'f rr*r't *ii- • -- iitimmim (Ma D. Gardrttc. I. h Iti iMf I itntti «f rnWnteht, while theudind alMiml Ml wt floatlBgJhbiUr echoed Own the fittest chapel M- \ Nattr. *lUrta«iy flowing o'er the «*hle wmres of ab Bat mi thTOOfh- the mWnliM roDIn?. and bMowr oOtar— I lay dream top, bj- the flre-Ught'a BUM were dreams Ibreshadowedoh a heart AllftelMt loot. HnC"* echo of tte midnight 's mys- tic chime UlUntOinaghthesahie Mltows or the thither shore Learbfoo the rtntless silence not a token nor a la a (titrable dfh departed; from my conch In fear I started: Started to toy f et In terror, for my dream's phantas- mal error Painted In the fitful Are a frljhtf:;], fiendish, flaming tee! in • On the red hearth's reddest center, from a blazing knot of oak. Seemed to gibe and grin this phantom when in terror I And my slumberous"eye'ids straining, as I staggeredSo the floor, sun in that dread vision seeming, tamed my gaze to Hearth and there!—oh. Soil! I saw it: a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1860

ktMW-r «|t |nstan Cekgroff). Paper devoted to Hen, Potttha, Aternal Improve- ■art* lltalBttre.tc, u based every Monday. Wed- mmlMj and Friday evening, at5 o'clock. J(je UTeeftfp CefegrapO >o the levins articles, the Neva, Commercial i "Mil I n mi I 111 paragraphs of the TH-Week- T —A fclaahed every Wednesday moraine. ifjr (Commercial (Seltgrafl) [s dented particularly to Commercial matter*, and Is designed to aflbid the merchant a condensed summary efan matter! oflnterest In this end other msitets in- cluding prices for the current Information ofhis custo- mers. ItlsHsoedereryTtrarsdayalternoonat So'clk. TERMS: Cms of ten _ _ _ 25 00 pf irmim. m advance 8 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies. 3 00 „_ ._ so — i n Address B. H. GUSHING Publisher. SOCIETIES. VASHTIGTO!! CHAPTER, NO. 1. R. A. M. M MEETS onthenight of the drat Monday ofever* month- at Masonic Hall, Main St. Cy* A. M. 8SNTRT. H. P. W9 0io. H.Bai>> lromsT.Sec'y. feb91y t HtOilTOn COUNCIL, NO. 2. R. & S. M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1860

Cljt fiiMtaa ftitjnqii, B. B. OlfmU-WCK Sdltor. TUESDAY JULY 26, 1860. J. G. MBCKE¥RID6E, OF KENTUCKY. """ ' " t* • f« TIC* PrctMnit, GEN. JOSEPH LAKE, or oim6k P1E8HEHT1AL ELECTION, 18M FOK ELiieTORS ♦ MTAR AT U1CE. ■ COL H. a fla*HAM, GEN. T. H. WAUL, OOL. A. T. RAINEY. SKOOND district. . OOL. JOHN A. WHARTON. Stale Elecfloa, Aogast, I860. KHt ATTORNEY GBHBKAL. * G. M. FLOUBNOT. KB COMPTROLLER. CBBMKBT B. JOHNS. |gl STATU TREASURER. CTBTJ8 H. RANDOLPH. ^WeanallnbedtoiwnDce JBEDMUNSON of n i \mm. nartMrtg.to ill the ▼•ami Judgeship jar W* sre satborlsed to announce E. SIMMLER as a for the office of Chief Justice, at the en- We are authorised to announce WILL _ .„Jt«a candidate for the office of County Sur reyor aft the August elect too, next. tgrWe m authorised to announce Mr. G. 8. aZMflni aw mfactten for the office Assessor - — — ■— We sre authorised to announce Judge W. B. fcrw ekctkm to the office of County Trean* tS^We are authorised to announce W. B. WALKER as a candidate for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1860

**. Iww*:—Witt m M«ni7 ef pheeereweeikeilw Minriee *«poit ijapaMlM* to (in of iko Banner in the MMim d *w acquitted j-p* —- —■■*—"tW w« hare nTlllMWlt'FT*'* «""• l—'TTT refleotin* wn ar dU upon both papiliaad Tinfowirt Aa Mi intricate ««<i HIiimBb t1!!—i '-'v'T-"~ Qteek, French, German and Spanish languages, the aoot abatrnae and knottj problem* in ""■ from the Algebra np to the Intergral CUoalv, the most profomkd and recondite prinoiplss in Natural and Moral Philosophy, were analysed and explained with an easy and familiarity to km rarely soon equalled, and norer ex- cel! od. The following olaaoeo would have done ere lit to any Institution, tit: the iliwief- hMwtatlMwi^y. Rhetoric, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry and Chemistry; as also thoae in Horace, Thucj- Demosthenes and advanced German Though not present at the examination of the Primary Department, we are inform- ed U was rery satisfactory and creditable. The two Literary Societies were address- ed by Hob. A. M. Branch, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 24 July 1860

POETRY. O, GLBN OF MY CHILDHOOD. T. 0,skn of siychikihood. My heart dings to thee; Thy meadows ami wild woo.:* An dear haunts to me; for there I first wandered. WHh footsteps of glen. 9 And carelessly squandered Honrs guileless and free. n. There a kind father led me. There heightened my joy: And to chaste virtue* bred me. Hia own darling boy; Throngh life's season crafty. Where evils annoy. He prayed tor my safety. From tolly's decoy. in. And there a fond moth. r First learned me tft pray, And dearly tolove her ► In youth's early day; A sister and brother There joined me in play: And I've roamed with another. While cares fleet away. IT. Though loved ones lie Withered Like leaves on the lea; Though loved %nes are scattered Like barks o'er the sea: For the sake of those loved ones. And scenes dear to me, O! glen of my childhood. My heart cilngs to thee. OSCEOtO PLAStATI05, July, *60. HJ MISCELLANEOUS. A Night in London. It ms in the fall of 18—, that the ship to wheh I belonged, afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1860

m Unites feUgritf ®ri-8®ttllg Ctbgnu CanUlasaUtheii -y.V- fCefegrapO luliMMmtaanlii «!)* (Scmourdol «*Ugropl) Ii lieroud putMkrlT * flw—'M Matters, sod Is lesl^ned to of in elndlnt prices tts< men. It telnari «w) Thuialayafternoon at 1 o'clk. TERMS Weekly, per snnttm. In advance t S00 dull often _ _ ® «IBnr ■•- — 10 Trt-WmMj Telegraph, for amram, tn adTance 8 O Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies. — JO _ _ SO 175 Addrem «. H. SOCIETIES. WASHIKeWI CBAFfBK, HO. g. B. A. M. mn wttwIiHrt a* ant Monday iT2MI •fOTnr Masonic HtU, Main it. U0HABS80H, H. P. Sao. H. Bun fc* m t.8eo'j. feMly t HOOKTON COOKOIL, HO. . R. & S. M. XHT8 on the nifht of the second Tues- day of svarj swath, atOomacil Room, Ma- sonio Ball, Honaton. O.J. 8KAIH01B, T. 1. S. M. [febSyl. Qao.hbimsdmt. Bec'y BVTHTBR CO K. T. DEBT. HO 2. . ery month, at the Aeylam. Haaonle Hall, Hooaton. E H. UUBU1H9J. O. V. Sao. dounvim Recorder. jan 131 j, HOLLAND LODGE HO. 1. A. Y. M. Kim at Haeonie Hall, Main street , Houston, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1860

1 €dfgraj)t), THE INSOVjtBCnOM EXCITE MKJiT- ""jLIC MEETINGS, ete. TFB8 A;Y JULY 31, 1860. KW flMUWtl J. a BRECKBNMDGJT,, fr Vice Pn W«««<< G£H. JOSEPH L ANE, •- • §3s?t . tVSBS BfTUL ELECTlips, 18*0 FOB EUECrORS state AT l'akge. COL. M. D. 6B AHAM, - OKI. T. N. VAUL, first "district.: COL. A. t. EAINET. SKKKai district. COL JOHN A WHARTON. state BwMw. Algist, I860. Ml ATTORNEY GENERAL. O. M. FLOUENOY. NI Q8B1PTROLLER. CLEMENT E. JOHNS. Mt STATE TREASURER. CY&US H. RANDOLPH. ■ We are authorised to announce N. WORMS as " BforOonataUebiUMSd Ward. TWe are authorised to announce J BEDMTJNSON K Grimes, as a candidate to fill the vacant Judgeship of the Seventh Judicial District. t&T"W* are authorized to announce E. SIMMLER as a candidate for the office of Chief Justice, at the en- suing election. announce WILL County Sur We are ^authorised to annou: POWERS asa c#date for the office of veyor at the AufKt election, next. S-We are authorised to announce Mr. G. 8. DCA8XLK for r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1860

I * Tke Galitaton New* mentions the greatprtvalenctj of rognea, Ihievw and in- cendiaries in OaWestoa, and urges the for- ma&m of a patrol, to be composed of the most respectable eitixens and property hol- E£ , • V '• J®" We «ee by the Civilian that a new steamboat fe being built at Cincinnati for Texas trader 'caBed the A. S. Ruthven. If theboai is worthy the name it will be A. 1. copper bottomed and fastened, sure. We shall go out of our way to travel on it if the trip ean be made. fgf We have had the pleasure of a call ^om oar friend Col. Teomans of the Rusk Enquirer. He is in better than his usual plight, and is really the best looking edit- or, as also the editor of one of the best papers in Eastern Texas. He brings down doleful accounts of the effects of the drought in Eastern Texas. tag~ The Boston Post has a letter from ex-President Frank Pierce to Hon. B. FJ Ballet, in which Qen. Pierce warmly sus- tains HmQett in his Action at Baltimore, as well sa the Boston Post in i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 31 July 1860

cmumtk •f My on Long U/t smt—Ntm Yvrk in New York— -A look into tie vattl death penalty -The Chicago Zouave* ctrula—Cheevfr goes l M Nem York—Theat- —Republican democra- moeraej/—A tribute to i late CoL Wm. O.aa—Stc, etc. •of the Telegnpb, Haw Ton, July 15. I860. Dia* TxuourH.—I sincerely kope this will be the bat letter I (ball ki« to dtte from H. T., for stleaat the present year. For two JBontha peat I have been expecting each day to bring my business to a close, sod tarn tay fcoe homeward, bat here I am still, somewhat uncertain yet, though I think the ehanoes rather in f Tor of my getting off by the 22nd. At the extreme end of Long Island, and abont one handled miles from this eity, there an several litUe villages, the inhab- itants of whioh an wry primitive in their ideas, manners and customs, and in one of these Tillages I spent most of the 4th of July. The melodeon from one of the ohnrehes wss placed in the grove where the oration was to be delivered, and the • singers marsha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1860

v?/2 C|t |}«Bti«®ritgraj&. Faper devoted to Itow , Politic*, Internal tmprove- nrata UUMm *e_ l W"1 «v«*J Monday, Wed- ntadsj and Tridar ertnlni. at 3 o'doct £Qe Weefifg CefcgrnpQ Contains all the teadfllt articles, tit* Sew3, ComTOTclal matter, and Miscellaneous parlor ajihs of tie Trt-Weet- r.and Is published every Wednesday momlmt. Sl;e <Sammrrcial Stlcgrapf) It devoted particularly to Commercial matters, and is designed to afford the merchant a condensed summarr of all matters of interest in this and other market s iu- clndlng prices for the current information of his custo- %n«n. It is Issued every Thursday afternoon at S o'clk. T E R M a: Weekly, per immm, in advanced $ 3 00 CtaAten _ - 25 00 Single copies for mailing.— , ■ .. 10 Trt*Weekly Telegraph, per annum, in advance 8 00 Commercial Telegraph, per 100 copies. 3 00 SO m. 1 75 B. H. GUSHING Publisher. SOCIETIES. WlStfnSTOIl CHAPTER, NO. 2, R. A. M. ^ KER8 onthenight of the first Monday of erery month, at Masonic Hai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1860

« • Mi Cftt Dttttn €ftfgtq>|, K H. CTTSBtmO. Kditor. TUESDAY. ATTG. 7, 1860. . ... f«r PntMnit J. C. BRECKMRIPGE, OF KENTUCKY. fu Vice Pw"6"'! GEN. JOSEPH L ANE, * ' OP OBWWX. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION. 1860 FOK EliECTORS (am at LAKGE.i COL. M. D. GRAHAM, GEN. T. N. WAUL, FIRST DISTRICT.: 00L. A. T. RAETE7. SECOND DISTRICT. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. Important Notice! Reliahle Time.-Laarn the Troth & Profit Thereby 1860 1860 In consequence of erroneous Idea* entertained by many persons with regard to the Quickest and Best Rente To SEW JQBK. we are Induced to make the following Statement of Facts-w As the lcfbrinaUtm desired br tbe Travellne comma, nlty cannot always be Imparted by tbe TIcfcet Agent*, they being obliged to observe neutrality In such mat- ^Passengers to New Tort by the Memphis £ Charles- ton B. B_ from Or nd Junction, are led to suppose, iron the advertisements m which It is caned the -8RBAT 8001 HERN MAP. ROUTE," that the Time through by It is as quick as by any other ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1860

<tyt |n*tw Crfrjroli- THURSDAY AUG. 2, 1860. hmvc been rim some beautiful oounty map*, dravn tod photographed at UwOemral land (NBm, at Austin. These jaspa show the boundary ef every tract of la&d patented is tie county, the position of every stream or branch, the location and plat of tfcetowtev&c. They are accurate- ly drawn, from- the most recent surreys, and then photograpn ed in the nsnal way, and can be had at from, three to fire dollars ; They will, of course, be eagerly sought* after by every one who has any uso for a sorreetjeouity map, and their cheap- neaa place* them witfiin the reach, of all. We understand this plan has been adopted by the chief 8Jerk, Mr. Elgin, to satisfy the demand constantly being made for maps. Elgin hasbaen so long in the Land Office, and is so' attentive a clerk, that' he is but another nam* for the Land Office- itself. His name has been mentioned as the suc- cessor of Col. White. We are very sure there could he no better man found for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 7 August 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. [From the New York Mercury. J A LEAP-YEAR PROPOSAL. BT LILLIE LIXWOOD. «W«n, girls, here is le*p-jear half gone, and not one of yon has had spirit enough to offer yourself to *ny fascinating mascu- line yet!" The speaker was the centre of a group of foor young girls—either of them beautifol enough to be the belle of a city ball-room— who were seated under a wide-spreading tree, not far from an'elegest and commodi- ous country residence. '•Why don't yon propose yourself,Nell ?" resorted Maggie Warland—a tall,dark-eyed girl, seated on the left of the first speaker. "Oh! I don't consider any male biped that ever was created worth bestowing my- self upon," replied Nellie, with a toss flf her regal little head. "Not eren gram,handsome Archer Clay- ton,your father's city guest, quired Maggie, roguishly. "No, indeed !" returned Nellie,quickly; though the color arose to the roots o'f her nut-brown hair. "But with you all is dif- ferent—not one of you but is enamored of the at...

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

was—' ^ IV WlHW) tMlilf. si S o'clock. ©je Wert® Eefcgrop® TERMS: Trt-WwMyTilnmli. p«r mm, In advanco 1«0" KaOUHDR Pobfcher. JOB PRINTING. Executed neaUr, promptly and it pricea even lower thxn Opmat Hew Orim , . . . Our JobOfflceemftraeea BaUng mo Manotietnrtnf of the anat Bink BoOto; mad Mating_of Baota, o—j of ell aorta, Carda, etc, and li now among the moat complete tntbeBostb. Ifeckl glren to printing Sy-Ienn of Tnilpa, IValiiaaia of Schools, and Pamphlet work geneiaDr; alaotoBbmk Books for later to tbe Merchants ot noDn SOCIETIES. CHAPTEB) NO. 2, s. a: m. mil enthenlghtof the tnt Monday efevery month, at Maaonle Hall, Main at. A. S. RICHABMON, H. P. 0 o.H.B*tM.irom«T,8ec'j. fel>91y HOUSTON COUNCIL, NO. 2 r. & s. m. M11T8 on the night of the second Taes- - - — — "I Boom, Ma- O.J. GRAINGER, T. I. S. M published on congress street, near court house square, houston, texas, by e. h. cushing. VOL. XXVI--NO. 24.1 TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, i860. {WHOLE NO. 1382 t day of every month7 ...

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

M' 'sir* —V Ctbinvfc .5* CtJBBXNG, Editor. TDBSDAY..... AUG. 14, 1860 P * f*r pnM<nt> J. C. BRECKENRIDGE, 0F KENTUCKY. For Tieo Preildeil, LANE, PMESWWWAL ELECTION, 1880 FQR ELECTORS . WTATK AT UKGE. COL. M. D. GRAHAM. GEN. T. . WAUL MRST DISTRICT. COL. A. T. RAINEY. SECOND DISTRICT. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. Do not 1*3 to m every Page in to-day"! Bsper. aOIICE TO SPMCB1BKB8. ULEI.Bira. one or our travolltog agents, will be ■tthBftODvtniplim, and In the anrrouodlnji coon try >t (toot the time* truncated, when hewfllbebap- py to racalpt for money and forward names of new safcaafben. We tmt the 'people win meet him cor- dWtr and treat htm kindly. ' TaMeld - 18th Wfc trw •• 2Kb Crockett gent. 1st Hgntartlle. " 8th * ' " 10th MT'Col. John A. Wharton, Democratic Elector for the Western District, will ad- dress the public in behalf of the Demo- cratic candidates for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency, J. C. Breckenridge and Joe Lane, at the following times arid places, at which publi...

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