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

, 15,1860, Baq- is ta au- nt «x«um our (ids of We hare teftoot twice «a mA «dftori l«8 xfttatiwn&eJU.. B®-Liberty Fire Company No. 2, win will their Mt machine this etening. It I U, * - V l that th cut- ting af&tjr nwationed to our paper of the 4th insftC*aid tot boctrr in the Vasxhall gardens, and that he ktwp# neither King CambriiHMt^aor anjtfcing else there for sale. , ^I ' ewe *Mr. Beiss an apology ftr T — t&r The Civilian saya that D*Angell declares that lr haa a earn of yellow feTer under trriii&efit, in Galveston. * We know nothing Ant l)r. Angel), hint we have the assaranoif af reliable men, that the best, and moat ttparienoed' physicians on the island do not belier* there i*any feYer there. The hospital phy oirmi of tl|e.8ame opin- ion. We do not tear any xmflors about fe- ver in fids «Sj, and have not far several days. If there is any yellow fever at Gal- veston, it is, evidently, not of as epidemic character. - •«***«- wan -—• - . * . MfOnr copy of t^e Sun...

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

j aa, abo, the BHk <• which It M > w «e ewatyi « poet TORMmaumx Aad r l«ur«<l tm <■ heart to mm. lMrf.IUMlU.il •ttOfrtoae nlpp* *, • ' tM noanula t v. rth *1de. wWt sea: i at a* MUowi" line, d to ting tern#: • torn far off, far offtaniti- M«e, waleatiie t>end Ob the Octu. I tMI>teWdH<nt t air heart, ttwCswtfied ay twm, ■mr OTfkdtaln I ww. InitailtolHtiirfWuUTt tarol, AMjriMUw VlktDE'i dlip aa* ban4 Ob the Ocean. Xha IMetUtt wart mwed ta theaaHa. ' MntHi/ff tttUm1 treat; My native h > aank tajhe deep. On the Ocean- vtuoc r«a or or wntuu ■ Ik be called me a beardl«a bar. lfMK tin ehlp, aud o'er the M ItadtiWfeAfliteJor- ' IMf maty BB t I wii !>!«■ - Aal abend th q>o<le*tthmrtavMy erew • ' MMIRlKt Ms; **<****<& *f« o'er the wires aud every c IsWaiiaBdlUxit meatxlde. Three day* *■««*. aad only thn*. And then was a wBMng bride to ma. do Uta Oceaa. I hail a throne and a kingdud, once, ■ " And under a .moir root -1 uet to feau, aiddrin* and sleep,...

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

to ■pit* itjo'cloqk.x WfclXnem KcfcgrapO EBaS: SOCIETIES. i /%;$£SSlSf oatbsatghtof the lint Monday MBlll, J JUasanlcHall. JCatn vt. - fertnchttrl Wwkir 4torM> orS-TrV* err- TllwaaM/—.Ui« Doth. .«A'« . Advrjttsnaea- «o -«• nd p««l Adre-ta m<Mls >x< thtrJ PM*V '. , Adra«b«u< BU KLTMtflag matter, It I "SpiSJ second pars. Mo t*t < 1 , A. 9. RICHARB80N, H. P. 0i ra.lUi>tntt>A«1r- r«Mly ■BlllfWI COCNCll.,IO. 8. B. & S. . MKTS Ontbenightor ttoiwoillM day ofrnry MBth, atCoaneil Eoom.JIs «onl« ftlN Houston. - C. J. OBAIWara, T. I. 0 M- JftbSyl. Sao. B Bubohosst. Sec'y. mn «a <joawiMPB t, noi. ' K. T. ,, of ths second Trjdayofev , it the. Asylam. Masonic Bait, ■. H. CD8HLNO.K. C. Sco. Anumnrun Recorder. Jas l3ly, MUIDB £«BGG NO. 1. A; T. M. B at Masonic Ball, Jfaio itre't .on the night*of thejsecondard I Wednesdays of artry month. 0*0. OOLDTJIWAIM, W. M. Sao. IT. BtftwsHttarr.Sec'y. f Jan 131 y. I. «o. O. F. •KB mE LODGE, It*. 1, eet t it (MM feQbvi Hall, corne...

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

. | -i L^|lr ijpi \ &■Edilyr. TUESDAY..... SEPT. 25, 18^0 >; v Far YlcafPretMeat, OEN. JOSEFffgDANE, OF OREGON. * i - -'-- ij ; ■ Haii PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 1860 F©K ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE. c0l. lj.jt graham, t qen. t. If. waul, '. * HOST DISTRICT. c01* a. t. rainet. S-ECXKVD DISTRICT. col. john a. whakt05. tar Mr. t honied L. Moiel nd is of this paper. HAfcfit F. Davis, Esq. agent fot this paper. is an authorized THB ROBBERY PRBSIWTEU Of. Some time since *e published the fact in fiie Telegraph that the merchants of Hooaton, wiihavieir of saving the heavy expenses incident to passing merchandize and produce through Galveston had under- taken to get thsir merchandize and ship their produce direct by means of barges loading and discharging vessels in the stream. This proposition at once' sent a shudder through certain circles at Galves- ton. They knew that -with the merchants of Houston to irill was to do, and they also knew that the bulk of their whole business was made up o...

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

^..SEramim an tiniiiii|iiiiir mi nvin|i-' for th« lutt jmt ww 101,612 1*Iw, awat- n*a fG.*. Bmbry. ; a food tetcherwill do well to eor- raspond with Kim. Mtt Ifmybody tki&ka m dent % t. ft wo«l imtfr« good tetter, they u« mistaken, thats CI wei T6 to my j opening ia Usnew store, Main street, * large end splendid stock of dotting of erery Tariety. Hiring been bnrnW ooi IM Iptikf Ida stock if almoit entnely new, and we haz- ard nothing in saying that anybody can get * good ft at a reasonable price from him Call in and see hia neatly arranged Btore anyway, whether yon buy or not. * J®- Qodey for October is received and we bot'agwlt what has been said a thou- sand times at it, tha* for the ladies, it is the best magaiine peMMwi, Qodey has had a long experience in publishing the book tndevery number has some additional attractions Tfce Ifcafefen plats s in the preeent number are really beautiful as pic- ture*, «nd in (be ladies' eyes something absolutely requisite to their peace of m...

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

m*. POETRY. m mm ir«Uklet. Oa.sknrtr.cn: foams of Idee, of pride, Of W«« : XraadwOandHght: thil .W«1 6«rt«° maftrwilh Veto wen* To. urtcMaim essenortam t}ij t sUWit forui Loot an him no*; ' fteWdlO t«J« <rf « lee-niwnd wave. The eMBtnf Heart of ft* opening (rave "HdfrOAthmr. * Bat eo—toil on— , - A sttnotUm spirit Is at mntUi anhornM, A wfaded ptfgrtm lath a resting arand: • TonoD-«toaoTl! - • Voice ottbs tomb: ' i tMK Attooss 8«n*5 fbrth the < the! , Botes hare Birred, ftctiU knell. mb to tell. SomoufceMBes To tbe eMIM heart th'l All-all most die!" tttifcUae- 1 belaid of the warrior brave, s haloBghteth to the trare, KB prime. , ' As when, done db stnncer brndeth to Mattel tfmb, ■ voice fenr hk unheeded doo-n, :>aT tftydeet>tone. Near, ah t too near— Thagathertig1o*e of a tBomand graves. Uts the hoarse nunnr of the sullen waves. •' Awe*trnei I hear. Nor • AHhearevaln. "Iter afeat art thou ? Tree £1ends and kindred once were by thy side, . Biave hearts, ttashed high with...

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

if TEBMS: Trt-Vfo TIES. fTASHfftM* OBtfTEK, IfO JjQgflt - •: - IdiMtHMto Die Hail, KatSii LSSSOK, B. P. r,8*c'y. l Mlj a e**,;**, a ' ^^£82ftr: S J irttr's on the stlgit of tfteseetraiiTws- A il«y ofsreryMnth, atCotwcil £®oe, Ma- li seni* * * * *• ft [re*9yl- a*®. HBnisaHonsT, Bsc'y. published on congress street, near court house square, houston, texas, by e. h. cushing. In" B^iuocaHiwui-c. Geo. a>Mi«jW«i* Recorder. ■ ?. |> l3Iy. BOttiAKD LOB6BVO. 1. A-. y . M. « ifiwrs at ifssonlo HSH.Ksi'. atrwt Hso.H.B*i enijnaT.Seo'j. jjt flan 131r I. O. 49 °- F' Lose srri« wb6e, « . } "« A venae Stmts, eppesiteOId Capitol every Tner W*. See B. WowT.fi. J ..H*TO c«T a . -a " Jan. 18. it Houston. Texas, C.ftmk *(>>., « Co. GEORGE GOLDTHWAITE* notary public ' . HQPBTow.necAa. . - . A. ?f. Joaaia. Lsohas® ft. Wma. tMhUK *■ V1LLER, Brasoe, Court at toCriminatl .twir. ■■ttStathe Marts of hhtiu*™ cases. Marcn a.am w.B.Bom. BIOHABBSOii & BOTTSj (MUCH** to Mbd * MclsrtaonJ A'oftii?4^CTff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 2 October 1860

cut ponstfli tricarD, TUESDAY.. .OCT 2, I860. F r pmi«<in, J. c. at Fw KKHTTCKY.. v " £ G£N. Vice PrcaUeat, t ')L ■ I <*¥-• Mr. Everest ii s a record bol'oreihe coun- try. What ie it ? T>Ctft<gms tfan aboBsh slavery and the plate trade in ths District of - Columbia. 2. Coaj^ess ought to abolish slavery ill the District of Columbia. a' • W 3. That Congress has power to abolish •alaTery in the Territories. ' 4. ' That no new Stele shaD.be hereafter admitted which permits slavery " 6. That Cdngress has the power to abol- ish the traffic in slaves between the differ- ent States. \v - '. • ' These are all matters of record, and are a portion of the history of oar country. 0 - From oar Extra of Friday- TE&RIBLE CALAMITY!! FOR EI.EC' stm at rOL. M. D. ORABlaf. GBS. T. N. WAUL, FIRST DISTRICT. OOL. A. T. RAINBT. j SECOND DISTRICT. COU JOHN A.' WHARTON. * ■' 19* Xr. Lucius L. Moreland is an an. thoriied agent of this paper. — yw— ML B.' F. Davis, Eaq. ia an authorized agent f...

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

JufcC Io pan your* in • citi: L-ncblMtfgferifct patpm iniriac to <*nain pate charg* a*ain8t a citiiao. . iCfcsa^ - ' *- CoaaoiBW. W. iikW ftiitt. John Rondel! Dr. MiSk*u, H*1 G. BuwMs, B. E R )oer, 8. Ashe, J. Asf«ms, T. 3. H«re, F M. RtnhUD, J. A. t T«aJ«r, Kos Mot- Bp. O. a Swfflo, J. B. Williams, f •) - Jr. C H. iliuon. J- A- Bsrtte, 5f. Bte- !ook, X. Gcrrir* C. C. H< Or. c. r. others. ■ The Chi fo cail the fail friend p-ikp ^ before tfieo, those af kis friends ftS B d conversed iHtfroa tlte saWfcl were opposed lf> Ml haste in Uk /mstter. consi.ler the qne^UoobeferatiWie^lyMMiddflawte- :. if guilty let the person *e ptnuAed « ihe law dfraeta. "^P^rMST^' uus tV srr.—Cuff * beu.au'■ puitMa down io aid Vir- 4nd s darkey <rf most undoubted J 4>d I rath; bat he would sfane- tell tough stories. He met "Kaniel ing's Bigg," as he ealled him, the other day, aad after earning and discussing various sattors appertaining to the mas- ters, they fell into the following conversa-...

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

. f ft to ok* BBS? ayrtltoBs- t tififi limit, line. Chirlrs attir Lw ' a.foV ikensaad dollar*: siile to obtain a Bhpra! master a pTtfrswon. *nd to *. ilioush pra-ienUj, by ihe "wwj!?tSp,rii:>ioen aunt ■*7- wifhatii en- tire liMic aunt f&ich had Ue hf d uispiijeii his the -rortij "Atiorfiej- and S5," tlaaucss of a Ik:' Ce'* -when 3 iv'Uff io^vmibs u;m if the ?5*aot- •i.betu pefiorm- i'y tomb was clfls- if the ilo.-ii.-a'so pur- siest. Bjr ft, Ckortsa ) }«:!!•: liu was ««•} • 1 Athertoa-mansion, on I3hr- *f tbe AtbcKiitt Park in. G , indof serY jniv thousand tfqjlars in Son* F*f ing Blocks. Aletier.wa* vmt in iiishanste from iter, informing kfii that sb should m«4e him hcriaie heir, aail r>:qiie3tiig bira t<> ^i!ow tfea pvopcrtv witti these wards: I ccnfidence, ray tleai boy, i *nd choMtclrr. bal i following ad- . . i.th'fcstmos', aiieat, jWitJa rtoi. dissipaie. Be weary in maiing new frieftifs cow that ycu are s mowed man. Aa<l, above >11 things, never get marri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1860

ftbt Cri-®ttU{ f eligtaiji immn ii.i.i.i IT -—1 T-—"- Zfy weeUg CeftgtspQ ContalMaDtaeleaaasarttclas. thsBowa. ftnirt lym'ttuWHHwwftrtp morula*. TERMS: ulnadvance.—— * SO SOCIETIES. Ti^M marl ottnliktoi Ik* Int Mm!■ ofovsrr MriMliMloBilUMlliA. * a7s.*icham>son, h. p. - ■ fiMiy 8M. l.lmimRjM'r. 8. I INH OOVHOIXi* HO B. * S. M. MUTS <m the might *f the aeeond Tnes* day of evsrjmsmh, itOtnttt Booae.Mn- BUTHTEH CfUUH K. T. entile night of Ik* erj months U the Asylum, Mnaonlo Hall, T. Ml. ond Friday ofev- M2T, __ Houston. X. H. CTJ8HIUG,*. C One. OoLvrawim Recorder. jan 131y, A IOLLAN9 LOBOB HO. 1. - ;• > A'; M. ■nrs at Hasonlo Hell, MeU strset Houston, on the nights of the|seeondard (earth Wednesdays ofswvieontk. 010. gOLBTHWAlM, too. H. BunrauT.8eil|. . W- *• fjen 131y. I; o. 0. F. Lvm (TAB MBBB, He. l,«eet stOM Believe HS11, corner Main end Texaa inme Streete, opposite Old Capitol every Toea- * wiTViw^M, N. a. W*. CsenrtAM. See 1. Weir V.®. J|>. Liwinct lieu. Jen. J8.lv LA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1860

m CIk JenstM gjUgrapl, TUESDAY..... ..OCT. 9, 1860. rmKoat PmMcati JOSEPH LANE, riMiMirruL ELECTMN^ IKSO POli ELECTORS?" xr.VTR AT IiABCE. > .'* « D. en*n\ w. • > ~ X. K. WAUL, WRs*T JMSTKKT. ' <*«.. A. T. RAISKY • t. ■- .f } y ? ^«Ga\ W8TEI€T. JOHN A. WHARTOS. Iff* Mr. Lacias L. MonUid thorfifd agent of tfcis paper. is an an B. f. lltijii. £eq. is an authorized ...■agwt far Ibis Hm - ^ „ . HAU. WE 811M1T. j W« have beea taken to task somewhat by soon of the ultra Union savers of Texas, for expressing tha opinion that in the event of the election of Lincoln the Southern States should submit no longer to the en- craachmeiMo of a power hostile :o their '< rights, but arise in the majesty of a free people, and throw off the yoke ere the tj- n ■ -%mt binds inritli chains of iron to their - seeks. The opinion may be hastily formed -u\o*-jn our toiuJ, and m%y be the offspring of iv i impulse rather than judgement, still beliere it to be the only course that will be oj -t.iijft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1860

. \) „ MUM. 4jBbort woid, tmt it Mags sUlcnesq and dean to Inmdr^ls if thousand every *a- tamn; it *ill brimg nckoess and death sooaer or later to maMfciMder of ihia article, tut a tWam and death which could hare been avoided. Miasm is the principle cause of nearly every epidemic disease; that is, of etery sickness Out "fall* upon the people," at- tacks numbers in any eommnnty, such as f«T«r and ague, diarrhea, dvseatary, ohol era, bilious, intermittent, congestive, ty- phoid and yellow fevers. Sot it is an avoidable cause of disease. Money and wisely direot«d efforts can kanish it from any locality. All that is needed is to know the laws of miasm, ttd adapt ourselves to them. The New Orleans Bee, which is onerwf the very best dsi^f papers 6s the 8wrtli, con- ducted with uniform atHtty. recently made the foDowtikJt statement on. the mys- tery and lnvineibnity of yeHow fever. "The yellow frrer has broken out in New-Orleans under Svery oonoeivable var- iety of circumstance*—when the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 9 October 1860

BT TELEGRAPH. By tka Texas Telegraph Line—Office, Center 1 Vrsnklin ItieeU. Later Cram Europe. Eveiywhere LIVKBPOOL COTTON MARKET. radmtsMd, u expmtenced tcadwr, will open A a£cbeol In tbe lower storf of the Masonic Ball. on Mm JOth September. All brurbes belonging to > tlio- nSiSSSt ed°cmUoI>' ** (an(|,t< atoo *rTncn Tuition flrom S3 to $4 per month, Trench and Draw- ing extra. ANNE C. DAVIS, lag.*, w2m A. S. Kethven at Berwick'* Buy. NBW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET. V >v * . , Special Diara-.ch to th- Houston Tvlcjrai h. Oalvxstos, Oct. 4.—The Steamship Or- itaba from Berwick's Bay, bringing N. 0. dales of Oct. 2d, and oar days later from Europ'. arrived at ber wharf at 11.30 this morning. St. Jonas, N. F.. Oct. 1st.—The steam- ship Glasgow, from Liverpool, on Wednes- day the 19th, and Queenstowu on the even- ing of ue 20th nil., passed Cape Race, bound for New York. She brings the fol- lowing summary of news: Loanos, Sept. 20.—The intelligence from Italy is highly interesti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1860

IT tSZZZSF*" C§e Wee&fg CefegrapQ TERMS: Witflj.pw aanam. tnsdvsae CM<(M _ _ _$ Trt-WseMf iteatvsaes • • . SOCIETIES. ♦ t HO.ti R A. II. tiiknUttt tk* flnt lfontlaj lit. a. lata frttlj HOUSTON ••VHOIL) HO. I. B. * 8. M. mm «tkMi|U«rti*iMaiiHi- day otmp msalh, UOmmII Soom.Ma- saale Hall, Hoastsa. - _ o'j. aitnan, t. l ®. h. flkMyl. Oao.BBanaanan. See'y. bcthtek co, Ti HO *. vrnrs onthe night of the lecendTrldajofer 1*1 ery month, at the A«yla . Masonic Hall, Beaton. E H. OBHHH0J. 0. Sao. Stumrun Recorder. Jaa 131y, At IOLLAND LOIKIB HO. 1. A. T . M .. hots "at Xaionle Hail, Hal" *«t Houston, on the alghteofthe^eeondard fanrth Wadmwtayiefmryinei 8*0. GOtDTHWAITS, H. H. Sao. H. laiHnnnjH'y. [Jan 131 y. I. o. O. F. LOHK *T1B tosss, H . 1« meat I at Odd Tellotr* Hall, corner Main and Tmi Arenue Streets, opposite Old Capitol erery Tues- day ereainf. Wm. ImriiM, If. 0. Wm. Chiotia*. See b.tswt.O. Jmo* LiWinoi Treas. te.18.Sv LAWYERS. B.S.] LAW CABS. rm r. B. Bonn. IVH6BB * BOBS; La ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1860

iiteeklg. Cekgraplj. TUESDAY...... .OCT. 14, 1860. 0. ¥BM ' -i UbJi- tftv . GM. ofcwiov. ■1# P RESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 18*0 FOR ' MTAfl C0^ *. If- GEN. T. K. HM| ■„=«. **# it *■*#• fKMH «v COL. A- Tr RAISE V. the bend of the bayou *n> made to suit the purpose of misrepresenting the position ef Ibis city in the whole tter Some of 01 n«r that baa been said about it, that no aveh condition was required or alflfcfl to at all! Their charter girts the right to the two roads the G. H. & H. and the H. T. & T. to consolidate whenever it shall be for their interest to do so. The aaaae men compose a majority of the Beard of Directors of eaeh road, and the m m control each road and they expect ultimately te consoli- date them The G. ft. 4 H. road occupies a street and has a square or block of ground in this oity for its depot, which would be allsufficient ft* both roads, especially aa the connection is intenMLta he a close Me. The ground they tlwMb h&w 41 he sufficiently to transac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1860

9 TELEGRAPH. SPECIAL NOTICES. VALUABLE GIFTS LEGAL NOTICES. GALVESTON. 8. MKYKR JOEL E1G08. . . — T WOOD BPAJOBT. late or Montgomery, Ala. late of BAna, An. WITH BOOKS r We letter AMliMt, ToMpUa* maty, X., relktiv* to tW patJHnl coapiexion that region of tka aeoatry. wltli which proridense hu blessed this nat State, &lMge portion of the people thereof seem to blinded: by worse, if possible, than a blind infatuation in regard to the pending Presidential eennsss I aa frank to admit, my fear is that this State's elec- toral Tote will be east for tiaooln, though my hope is that it.zaay be aeeoredfor the Union—Bell and Bwfratl ticket. The Lincolniana—I wfll not BepnUiam by naing it to distingniah that eUqai to seenre their saeoess. Brerj pnmrfoa is need that em be thought eqoiToeation is availed that ean tether their end — aad every falsehood, ter bow anbTtuhing, is isrtnted and propa- gated bj which they hope to gain a vote. A party thus corrupt and to measnrs^ It iiniaassftd, can s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 16 October 1860

\ i f POETRY. yi -Qood It*IsaSr Ihl,iu ub madia: Bat theash ft looka so very grave and wise. Treat aot the laayltMon that It torches, r*T. m ■ ««<■. tke « u ty malm I its! ( e a tn* story-* Psnja#*! stme of ak£snd feci b that *tn the stake of wealth or glory Are Genius, Patience, Pmewnw*. THnck! «sa I chance ha. Luck to guide the operation Where connlns Wit has loaded *U the <He«l tVrv* l cent af >W cerUlD wlnWr Asaln*: fie plotting of BaUc> "s Fat". Lfara fruut the >fc*ry of a g.uuli ^ryj As trusting car-ts sad everything to hick. So now, job ich nat'rally enhances The fa'th la Fortune that I used to feel— I take good care to regulate the chances, "And always has a finger in the deal! jij I i I1 i ' MISCELLANEOUS. Batrc mf GuikaMl iata Ifrrttlss The liberator of Italy entered Naples on the morning of the 7th iast. The Nation- al Guards of tUe city were Stationed at the entrance of the torn to. welcome him, and all the flags of the old OoTernmest were torn down. A cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1860

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Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1860

SSSttftlg Celegrapl; R0C9T0N, TlXig. TUiSDAT .OCT. 23, 1860. J. G. BRECKEKRIDGE, OP KENTUCKY. Far Ties PmM«l| G£H. JOSEPH LAIT^ df onooH. rftBSUBRTUL ELECTION, ISM FOR ELECTORS mtate at umi. COL. M. D. GRAHAM. OUT. t N. WAUL, v FIRST DISTRICT. OOL. A. T. RAINEY. SICOND DISTRICT. COU JOHN A. WHARTON. JWWeara nthomrdto annennee ED. RIORDAN n cindMite Mayor of ttUdty, at the enguiog niucl- Jms Strawbridge is anthorised to Mt as Agent far the Telegraph in New Orfr-. All snnonneements in this paper most be paid in advance. THE AXn>8LATKRT TIDE—THE RES- URRECTION OF IBDBRAUSM. In ear article last week on the prospect in the Presidential canvass, written on the receipt of the intelligence that the various parties in New York had fused against Lin- coln, we took occasion to draw a somewhat brighter pictnre of the future than we could have done, had we deferred the ar- ticle a few days. Since then, Pennsylvania, the Key Stone State, and the battle field of the Union, has "elected a Black ...

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