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

MB *HUBSDAY... AUG. 9, 1860. mis mas. TiB ColmnW Cttisen of the 4th hu the following p«* gr PI,: yft ndentand that a negro man was slot tad killed by Mr. Alex. JtanlsYy, iMnfoii the Bernard, in this comity, one .. laat week. The negro was near Mr. ' D.'s armed, and was Bailed and told to stop, what be started to run, and while running was shot By Mr. D. He lived a short time < after receiving the wonnd, and stated that - thewl atie aftuie dawn armed negroes to- ntfier in. the Bernard bottom, bntsaid notHiag of theit plans or intentions. To iHiotrf tffe negro that was shot belonged is dikJBowii, t6t)ngh it is said he belonged to MHe'sentient an in Galveston. ' The Citizen says that an overseer on Mf. Herberts place was stabbed and serion9ly Mrt by a negro man last week. The man .then ran off with another negro, having with them a gun and a pistol. The swie paper mentions the breaking open of the grave of Willis Claiborne, and that the right arm of the body was stripped of its fles...

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

1 POETRY. ■■ ■ OntwtamriawMH- akOMto h< «. but kilf dirlne, ' laa tangle or ram and eglantine. fit Mttle windows can nily H*,' FmiaWltetU raoftnr. Into woo*. Frolicking down (Iraki a rockvnook. "Welcome darling!" they Men « «r To the it1—* '">* «T Ol-afaliydowattro-itti tl a>eadow-hay; r. wtaujoy. «ortmn"Wtt«*ir Bat nertrUt* buwMnw wares dellT, Tbo' errr « nir fcholng -**r cling— To the tW" roof gray gray 1 Onr II great eim-bnmchea tttng Drowsy shadow#, ud lasily awing. ringing and swinging to and fro In the odorous air, their tassels flow Tenderly over the cot below. And the Hfc are vetveted oe*r with roofs, Sutt^fclady's silken floss— TlireHds a fairy queen might cross! Hither and thither the tobloa (lit. Or. saucily ander tl roars sit, Askin* liberty—never a bit! Happy as erar the MnU are we— Happy as aerrr the hhds can he— For the Mrts can't love, a I love thre! Under tha roses we alt and pieam. Till somjws only like rose-leave* s5em. Floating awo on the rippling stream...

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

toitm i Me tXTeeifa Ceiegrapo n TERMS: 9300 <*nU per Hoe. Special Notice* Mo deduction 1bf unless they In the year ■Mooor X. H. CU8HDIG Publisher. SOCIETIES. VAtHINttTM CHAPTER, Hd.8, R. A. M. MEETS onthenlghtof the first Monday ^^SSSSSSSSX^ Sco. H. B«i k«. HU*«T,S«e'j. ivstoh corxciL, no. s R. dt 8. M. H11I8 oa the n1«k\ of the leoond Tues- day of ev«y month, atOounoil Boob, Ma- mie Hall, Houston. O.J. GBAIN8BB, T. I. S. M. [f.btyl. Sao.BBBtaamasT. Bec'y. BVTBTEK CO nMlHBEBT • HO 8. K. T. . sry month, at the Aiylum. Masoaic Hall, Houtoa. Br H. CUBHIN03.0. 9 o. Wmiwtrn Becorder. jaa I31j, HOLUHB LQBfiE HO. 1. A. Y . M. A VI1T8 at Maeonic Hull* Main itrart Houston, on the nights of the|second ard TJT fourth Wednesdays of wrerj month. '▼A QWO. QOLDTHWAITS, W. M. Hso. H. BuiaoHUBSTeSee'j. fjan 131y. I. O. __ O. F. MB«fct He. l, LOHB STu Lewi, m. liaen > at Odd Bellows Hall, earner Mais sad Texas Annum 8treats, opposite Old Capital every Tues- day evening. W*. Bnu il.^ W«. Onmux. ...

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

tlif §«utn Ctltgrnji, ■ if E SC. CUBU1NG, Editor. - -j n - T i ■ — TUESDAY AUG. 21, 1860. far President > J. 0. BRECKENRIDGE, OF KRHTOCKY For Vice FiwWm'i GEN. JOSEPH LANE, OF 0RB0ON. HEyBEMTIAL ELECTION. 1860 FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE. COL. H. D. GRAHAM, 6BN. T. N. WAUL, * niST DISTRICT. ■ COL. A. T. RADfET. SECOND DISTRICT. COL JOHN A. WHABTON. J0BICS TO StMmuumS. K. Ml R. F. Dins, one of our iavelllnR agents, will be at the following places.'and In the surroundtng conn try at abdht the time* Indicated, when he will be hap- py to receipt for money and forward name* of new subscribers. We trast the people Iwffl meet him cor- dially and treat him kindly. Crockett. ; Sept. 1st HimlsTille~ Anderson^. 8th 10th *rcoi. 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 Vioe-Preaidency, J. C. Breckenridge and, Jae Lane, at the following times and places, at which public diacnsssion is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 August 1860

flit Instn €titgnfd. SATtTRDAY AUG. 18, 1860 jtka lotma by the fire last night, m 1200 of eqra in Kennedy's vb*k«y. Co* rf S 11,8 ncmrcitj of com in tie state, this lose is m serious one. an indebted to Vincent's News Depot fcr the latest dates of the New York flodej for September, etc., etc. fgr Bra Bastrop Military Institute, one e^the best institutions of learning in the cemrtey, auoohllag to all the cc<ront/4h have heard of it, will commence its next a'uMtmi oil Monday the 8d day of Septem- ber next. Persons - desirous of sending their children should have them there at the beginning of the session. . . t&~ We an obliged to oar friends Ho- - kfnthal, Bichmanft Co., for a neat medal, having oi one ride a beautiful photograph of Hon. J. C. Breckenridge, and on the oth- er, one of Qen. Lue. It makes a hand' sane ornament to suspend from the watch guard, and we doubt not Messrs. H. B. & Co., will not be long in selling all they ham. Mom Qcistiois.—What did the friends of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 21 August 1860

9 BY.TXLE8BAPH. Foreign Intelligence. LAW FROM CiLIFOKKIA, BKUT INDIAN BATTLE. kentucky election. etc. MEW £rleans COTTON MARKET. pedal Dispatch to the Houston Tekiraph. smrana, August 16.—The steamship Orizaba, from New Orleans 15th, arrived at her wharf at 10 o'clock this morning.— She brings twp days later unimportant news fro* Europe. Pawsax Pomt,August 14.—The steam- ship Anglo-Saxon, from Liverpool August 2, passed this point this morning. She was boarded by the news yacht of the As- sociated Press, and the following summary «f news was telegraphed from this point: Livmpool, August 3.—The Prench and English papers contain lengthy accounts of the news from Syria, which are read with an anxiety which surpasses all that could be imagined. The recital of the massa- cres, profanations and atrocities of which the Turks aad Druses have been guilty ex- cites an irritation which is carried to the extreme of fury. All the powers have agreed upon the conditions eC intervention in Syria. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1860

V iDKMktt fin- four k - -.< . i«. «*,, wmm« Weekly T E JK at Sfr H lnadraace "■ tsm r. MilT coimcGL, !(o. a JKr§.-* oath* Btgkf ef the noeaiIn PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURT HOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. CUSHING. vol. 1.1, a. mi • See'*. no. 26. 4UGUST 28. 1860. tuesday, whole no. 1384 kJtOa. ■Ti PH mtkeilludtuagudmiqorit M Uke AoticeuKuouic Hall, c. jaaiaiy, ORLEANS. NEW YORK. TEXAS ITEMS. MEDICAL CARDS. Letter Iron New York. *- a. iciTo*;' «• p. tfdtik. jy c. lugsa, coxxespcx. J. «. T. GBEEX, JScw Orleans. Yf- M — „ jjtonttla Hell, Mala stnrt , Hoaxton,on the nights of thefieeondard {outkWeiiwtotafmae^- SWlTiotOTHWAIT*, w. *- 1- H. tunraufjn<l. fjan l31y. I. o. O. F. LOHB STiB LODGE, No. l.meet it Odd 7ellow* Hall, corner M? in and Texas Aren't SUeeU, appoattaOld Capital every Taee- B.Wo V.ji. jtfs GWOtGE GOIiDTCTWJ NOTAR YPTJB] HaosroH.saacAs. G-WAIiEB. prvWB ^ .~~~H6uston, Texas: «liKT«T ft WORK, Tobacco and General CommksionJfferchaDtV. 35 Gravies Stree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1860

P'"' ==s= , j i 1 n. i 1 ,ass=i ODSHWa 2 V .'J • Wt tlce OF OUBeOSf ELECTION* I860 COL. M, JJ. ORAHAM, - je^WADi, WBST MWHHOT COt* * T. BABffBT ggCeXD DISTRICT . GOfc. JOHN A. WHABTON. - w. ■■> •1 —■ vat one of on travelling agents, will he and la ike rernrandug conn stole try st atoet tie tliaesladlcated. when be win b« hap- py fencelpCibr money and fanrard names otnew We trust the people will meet hisu cgr- Western District, wffl ad; fm bobalf or tha Demo- far. the Presidency sad Yiee-Preakiency, J. C. Sreckenridge and 5 Red River. 149 Refugio-.... 106 San Augustine 303 San Patricio 88 Shelby* at which publio discission is invited: August 27 K5 352 S •on SQ,T® UJ1S Mil* CoK Wharton's ap- that lie has made . extending his tonr Tie News, Reporter, Democrat, Mercury, Ledger, Lone 8^ and eatern Texas, will please "nil* ntnw TOTHK klkitios." The Austin Intelligencer and gome other pape*a jot that etnas, are "quite bas^in at- tempting to establish the idea that the reperfaof th« band...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1860

Our of thi* truth r ef iff clima/e ta ^toet^Sstrittse^Momr1 tmMt miptriorib all %kM*TV * TUferV&y^elcmenls of ^&8-*%cua and tHe northwest ef fliiiesrJcal evplora- ''4Jia% to the J of flourfor human t slid future supply-— 'oreign mar- I" marktts— ytfthe value V-iWfr ■Tr*e Soil epon tXe grain naif- ti iter holding Mm: iden- oderest with our Southern •al Mepfndgnce of Texas fruit fnl of TSWt confiDenfiat' consequences to t irheat prodpctd in this region p. upon shipment to as is'thi floor of i western States. a recent address to Ar pfantera. iff McLennan was in- y, to the fact, that . too large a pto- L that thia dryness of ' this itemarkable s to b«.-ascribed to the very our atmosphere, or the usuaf com- olm*«dry season" before tiie ire affirmed that to PABSOSS. very analysis has also demonstrated that five bushels of on'r Texas wheat is equal in nu- tritive value to six from Ohio. Thus while the average nutritive value of Ohio and Virginia wheat Is shown by analysis to be gre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 28 August 1860

HOUSTON. MEDICINES. TRANSPORTATION GALVESTON. INSURANCE. BOOK-STORES. LAND AGENICES. bed via Mt* labor, and raininghis with- md right m w the other, clutched ft M if he, would WW* it from i • MMnHt of his body. "Ti«* «m did it," and he glued Tenge- foUy Won it, tod shook if fiercely. "Qtiy&MV' Put jBO'hei i long yean, en. I hureci i ay cell. —t Put me-heie to li*e a buried life for tea long years. Oh t how long th ey ha« been. I h*w counted them hocr after hour in *y eel!. Mow long can witoeseswho had interrupted their urase- ment the avening previous to his wift's 'decease, were formidable argument agunst the innocence of the convict. If the convict's story was true, and I had no reason to believe it was false, it was certainly on instance of remarkable com- sockett, as piidty of circumstances sufficient to em- barrass both Judge and Jury. It was doubtless a case of unintentional murder, committed by the convict in a state of fren- zy—originated and finished under the in- fluen...

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

,r. TilQttt & IS '.2S X 46 per wot- eaira. £5 IE BUS: •ria advance. Bid Boston, who f. .J. |n flat T|« llHttll I PettaagS *Oo. «r~Jv. Ooe ft Oa. JOB PRINTING, QTO!l wiAWjBBf NO*2r B. A. ' oathenlght ofw «rtt Woniaj ■oath, atKasOnlc Bail, Main ft. A. 8. MCHARD60B, H. P. « o. H.BniM-HMrrJSoe'y. feb9Iy umTTT^iM *■ oath* nlfht of the iseondTnei- otrnmOk, atGOBacil Boom,Ha- published on congress street, near court house square, houston, texas,^by e. h. cushing of the finest Steak Booto: Hand Bttfe, Clrcularn, and ta bow auionxtue most Especial attention siren to Lodge*. Gttaogurii of 8choo , awl generaU?; .too to Blank Booto for t chants. Biete t. mm Men-lumtt u< SEPTEMBER 4, I860. 1 WHOLE m 1385 TUESDAY, VOL. XIVI-NO. 27. IBJ ury Hotsd Letter from Truxillo. TEXAS ITEMS. r.uro a. . K. T, -,.. _ mm . Soothe night of the lecondVridajofe J0**a^"fcf-A#*I«er. J«al31y, MEDICAL CARDS. lodge no. 1. Y. M. JRIT8 at Maionlc Sail, Mala street Sonston, on the nights of thejsecondard ^SSTSSS^S^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 September 1860

TUESDAY. F«r Vice President, G£N. JOSEPH L ANE, •' '* ^*hT~7 "-"" —~ I860 ■ i FOR R 2CTORS , STATB AT LARGE. CQt St. it SfeAHAM, GB?T. T. N. WAUL, COL. A. I. BJJTO OOU JWSR;^ a m ** P. Catis oi e/ f «ur travelling agents, will be X th« t?new!ug places, aad in th Ur «t a bolt the pr te recatp* far subscribers. Wetrusi.1 dially and treat Wffl In the'surround'ng conn will I* hap- aod forwdnf h*oim of ne^ people will m* et him cor- iyr>ol John A. Wharton, Democratic Elector for thi Western District, will *d- Jrtrtu the public in Uifhalf of the Demo- «nuic candidates for the Presidency Yke-PrasidwMjjp, J. C; Breckenridge and Joe Lane. iHSfe following times aii^Ucep, at whieh public discafssian is inrlted: Sept. o Atrtarson < -— — ITaUetsvUle-^ ... — fc " u ■" -*< 17 - 19 w 31 - 34 M~ 9 " October 1 3 Under this Wiethe New Orleans Bulletin undertakes to at gee the ease with us as to the rett@re atreagth of the Presidential candidates opposed to Lincoln, and, as was to %Kexpected, ...

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

HOUSTON. HOUSTON. GALVESTON. SPmML &OTUE& MS From tke, A Hi • f2RL Thera W&'a" The robbed; inns their in the wgfai between Sidney and Lowstone—nota field of gxwt extent —and yet On robber or robbers oould not fce found. Officers had isarelied in every direction, and ssreial suspioiona-looking individuals had been apprehended; bat the real culprit still remained at large. 0&9 day the t"1 was robbed, on toft next a man had hie pocket piclfed of five hun- dred pounds while riding in the stage- coach—for ny narrate date? back-to the old coaching*?*: been carried in M«~ that it Hi enjoying a bit of a dote OS the read. I had been covfiaqi tomy house by ase- Tere cold ft* several days, and was net St to go oat now; but as this matter was be coming so serious, I fcU i t my .duty to be on the move, aad wwudiB * * * my thrtet aKIlWMfHtith ■ forth. I hmi no seUled plan m my mind, for 1 had not ye* heen upon the road, and was not thoroughly "posted up." A ride of fiye miles- bro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 4 September 1860

■e Uand oa MM as ItheJKctify. BP Colorado Co. , > 1880./ S. H.CutMM, S Q.—Sine* I wrote you fttro Colmabtia I have yUited the Springs on the lands of Mr. Kesaler te which I then ■ They are more than half a dozen , and aM Mem to be different in 1 qualities of their waters; of i tfcey afford an aboadaat supply ma [ this, the dryeet period experienced in tkia country for many yean. Thesftprings ' (mat forth frost the base of sereral high hills, composed of rocks and gravel. They ocaatitBlo hold running branohes of lijapid water; quite pleasant to the taste, and salutary in its influence npon many inTalids who hare risited 1 heard of serenl well attested eases of daeided benefit received by those who have this summer visited those Springs. Their existence has only been known to Mr. Ken- gler-a very short time. He is now taking maaatin* to have their waters analysed by a eoapetant person, when the results wffl be made pablie. Great confidence is ex- pressed by those who hare visited t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Cbt &ri-®8u&? Stltgranfc ~ T arreted t« *r>r«, NUJcs. Intern*] Im I Literature,**-. Utimed every ToMdaj- ■ Saturday ovwilnc, *4 3 o'clock. Eefegrapfj g articles, tbe News, Commercial sons paragraphs of the Tri-Week- 1 every Tuesday morning. , T E R M S : Weekly, per ammm. in advance * $ 3 00 ClabofMn. _ ~ - 25 CO $togl« copies for mailing " ,,, 10 tW-Wwitll Tiilinmih, per annum, In advance S 00 K. H. cnSHDtO Publisher. SOCIETIES. WASHINGTON CHAPTER, WO. 8, R. A. M. MEETS onthenightof-the lint Monday ^1& of everr month, at Masonic Hall, Main it. W A. 8. RICHAKD805, H. P. V Sio. H. baimhu t.8e«'j. febOIy HOUSTON COUNCIL, NO. 2. -R. & S. M. f MEETS on the night of the second Tues- day of every month, at Conncil Boom, Ma- son ia Hall, Houston. O.J. QRAIKOSB, T. I. G M. [febOyl. OtolHBinrasum. Sec'y. BCTHTEll OQWHAIIBEKIi NO 2. K. T. . 3 onihe night of the seeond Friday of er- . ery month, at the Asylum. Masonic Hal), ■ton. E. H. CtrSHDfGJB. 0 Gso. Oautivaitb Recorder....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1860

K H. CVSHtSTG, Editor. TUESDAY SEPT. 11, I860. Wr J. C. BREOKMRIDGE, Of KSSTI CKY r r Vice Praitnl, 6£N. JOSEPH LANE, OF OK BOON. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, ISM FOK ELECTORS.; STATE AT LABUK. COL. M. D. GRAHAM, GEN. T. N. WAUL, FIRST DISTRICT. COL' A. T. RAINEY. SECOND DISTRICT. COU JOHH A. WHAKTOX. Ig. B. F. Davis, Esq. is an authorized agent for this paper. Win. D. Cleveland, Esq. is an au- thorized agent of this paper. THE SKIES HRIGHTEJfrM;. The telegraph has announced that tuere has been a complete union of all the polit- ical elements in New York opposed to Lin- coln. and that all hands, the Breckerridge men, tbe Douglas men, and the Bellcver- ites, will Tote for the same electoral ticket. How the arrangement was effected we have not yet learned, nor do we know for whom the rote of the electors of Xew York will be cast, but presume it will be for the strong- est nan against Lincoln, that is, the man who has the largest number of voles in his own name in the electoral college, aud ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1860

i m L be roi tbi ■ TIE «fTClES «U DI. BY THOMAS Af PUCK. ( Potatoes. The Sweet ud Irish potatoes we both valuable, ud should be frown i ®neb greater qaantitjfor the supply of the plan tation than is customary. Tbb Swnr Potatoi is oar most t&Iu* ble edible tuber, easy of cnlUration and. very produotire; easily gathered and pre- served throngh the wiatv; palatable, wholesome and nutritions; as a eheap and excellent article of fbod for man andbea.it we donbt if it has any eqaal in this South- ern country. There are several varieties' grown—the Yam, the Leather Coat, the sammon Bed, the Bermuda and the Spanish are the most common. The Yam and the Leather Coat prefer a light soil, not too fresh and whiohhas been manured for a previous crop, if at all; but give a fair yield on old worn land, if dry and not too stiff. . We have fonnd a heavy dressing of cal- careous marl, upon the worn hill-lands of Southern Mississippi, to donUe the yield. This marl bring composed of small fresh water...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 11 September 1860

[From OodfT'* Udy's Book.] HOPE LINCOLN. BY DAISY SILL. brother, it she not beautiful ?" "Yw, Clan, beaotitU aa a poet's dream; tmt I fear this aewlj expressed wish, al— ■mat eoamaod. of oar mother's will des- troy all «;r pleasure in her society. I e* - not, because my mi.ther wishes her weklth is the fitmily, coldly lay plan« to win the l«T«of this young creature- It has ever been my pride and pleasure to meet her wishes fat all things; but this I cannot do, even though I am 'ber only son, and she a wi- dow.' Am I not in the right, Clara?" "ily noble brother is erer in the right, and yet I fear. Panl. that you will lore is spite of yourself." "Why, Clara, rile is younger than you are, and how suoutd I feel to see another aet in this way to my pet sister?" And, pressing his lips upon the pure brow of h's young sister, Paul Vane stepped from the window out upon the colonade. Hope Lincoln and Clara Vane had been room-mates and inseparable friends at the ■ameplearant school where thei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1860

uUrnafia&n&i^Sm P.T inch fiTT 4 lachm «r mm y Weefifa S&egtapO n m*tw,iwtMh«aa <> <$> coapteh, no. a, vIL-A. M, r irks onthenightof tha Int Monday ^rs^SSsasss^r- tro.H.B iM-Hcs«T.Sec'y. febflly bovmn corscit, no. a R. j& S. M. I might of the second Toes- " , tHHacll Boom, lb- PUBLISHED ON CONGRESS STREET, NEAR COURT HOUSE SQUARE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, BY E. H. GUSHING. VOL,. XXVI--IVO. 29.1 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, I860. _ jio;« sgsjg* gs .. * j£. T. iufifeiTS ratb night at the second Friday of ev- Aatf noma, at the Aaylra. Masonic Hall, ImHton. B. H. CUSHTN9.£ 0. :te. floumnrijw Smarter. jam 131y, WHOLE NO. 1887 NEW YORK. i l^mb no. 1. ..A. T; M. « 8 at Kasoalo Hall, lfala atnft .onthe mightsofthe^aeond ar a m. Im. 8. BatisnKfT.See^. f J«n 131 y. J• S.T.OBEEII, l. a F. Chapman, Lyon & Noyes, YAN'KE'E NOTIONS ' aot> v FANCY GOODS, So. 29 & 31 Park Place & 42 ' imrcb St., nec. jZ. It WEW-rOEK MB STAB LODGE, No. 11 meet J I at 04dVellowa Hall, corner...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 18 September 1860

' T -Srs MS t~- . ±Z. f v- - ' *; Balk S®f*tllsln 1 . |? aS - '^ij (.* Hfer. Editor. ... .SEPT. 18, 1860. H* ' « temxT. T" 6BH. rtr tk PruMcal, JOSEPH L ANE, or 0ms8qn. iw* BUSH! 18C9 FOR ELECTORS stats at\akge. COL. M. D., GRAHAM, 6KN. T. IT. WAUL, COL. A. T. RADfET. SECOXD DISTRICT. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. HOUSTON AS A COTTON 9UKKBT. I We hm frtqranQj taken oecasion to observe thai Houston, as a Cotton Market presents many advantsgsc to the seller which no other market offers. At the opening of another ootton season, it may not be inappropriate to refer to these ad- vantages. la the first place, U is a large market, conveniently eixjeaiiW to the planter. To that large dan "of planters who prefer to sell their own cotton, h offers facilities other market in Texas has The fhrmer brings his cot- ton hen, takes Us samples in hand, and gets (he best priee th# market will afford, usually his choice hi from fifteen to twenty bids, that being the number of ree- idenSibuyers here. In this re...

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