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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1860

OTP Letter trim Aastui Caanty O. Pintyurtt Ml * Sawr lett—T%e AwrHj «<e- «fc A"6 fii Comsrr, Oct. 14th, 1860. .ClWiwi.f tteS«vffck Tri- btrae of the 3W8«yi. iganejBtaAUtmrfTc •< the pttriitfttaM, ridiauHag them tor prMnSc • •ttMbale fte tafajfef of the toirni of this 8t*te to the machinations of Abolitienigts, kad the editor qnotes the to grntartm to his been a subscriber «rf the Pioysae fo k" _ mt doubted its ftslty to the oonstitatioo and the Sooth, Wllmpt—lwi i—imtii, I honestly beSorvH mm tt do jostloe to &e Sonth m« pMtkafiurfy Tan*. Upc* Oie matte* and )n this opinion Tam not aim* Ihfts weekly issue ef the 6thivl^!k n BY TELEGRAPH. r Texas TteleyrapH Line Office, Corner ■kin and Franklin Streets. Further from Europe. Later flr the Pacific. NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET. or 4S* dtfi^ tsf property to ftisBtmte, and ar- gues against emrt* Mtere to to the true Sorely we, who are on the gronfid eaose. B aadvftot examined tic intfcesew,, shotlld bo better teformed than those a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 23 October 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. VvtiNi Uim.—-A &f it. The iottotrinf amuiing .ancodotes we copy from u aiticle in Blackwood's Mag- iiins, on "SeotUth National Character A minister of CraH bad long been an- no jed by the drowsy propensities in chnrch of a farmer, one of his parishioners, "one David Cowan ia TrousUitand remon- strating. on the subject. had his patience eoncitUleil by two «■ r* ]■-*&> of coals, wh eh tic offei iier t-njngrii >o Jrire to his >l'>or- Sever* bete?*, a tew Sundays after warde, Mr. Cowan, soon after the c&m- menaemeai df the sermon, fell into a sdand >leep, as form'rtW; and not only so, bat rirt'l- «[ir'! a r.oise nJ to «H?tnrt h- sitters bear ii'oi au«j the uiiAioi. Mr. Gia>sbore wiih it for a while ; but at last, being able ! o st^nil it no longer, desired the people 11 in the north loll—Angiice, gallery—to "w.iukcn DaTi-1 Cowan." David, awaken- ing -o suddenly, and forgetting where he *j'. aai. il the minister "if he didn't drive two < ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1860

W«mM to Rain, Pontic*. Internal 1st nnrfs lJMntBi«,Ae,I,kn*d«Ter7 Tnesday Itanhr mud Btfmday •rentac. af s o'clock. Z(e Wee&tg CMsgraplj It «w> i* pa bushed mrr TEBH S Weekly, pen ctabofm ©CthoTrt-Week IS 00 insdvance 8C ■ H. CU8HING PtaHahei f SOCIETIES. r *•.* H of lb* toll Honda? ■Monte Hill, WMn it. RICHARMON, H. P. .Boe'r. (attli •DfOII^ NO. 8. R. * 8. M. MIIT8 o* th. Bight of tba second Tue*. tar of every mostfe, atOoucil Boob, Mar aonle Hall, Hoaston. o.j. nuuiran, r. i. o. m [AUfl. (lo.Hlmnani Sec'y K. T. I aatko night of the >, at « ESI. HO t ofar Hall, a^. o. jan 131y, Hoaaton. ^ E^H^ 9 o. ,8«tbt wlrT Recorder. * HOLUnO i*D6I A. Y . M. * Him it Xaioale Hall, Main itmt . . Hoaaton, on tile ntfbt*ofthe|MCondar " \jT fourth Wednesdays of every month. oio. goldthwaits, w. m ■no. H. BniaoniinaT.Seo'T. fjan 131 y. HO. I. I. o. O. F. Lens STAB. liOOGE, Ho. 19 meet at Odd Vellnra Hal I, eorner Main and Texaa •,~sppoclie Old Capitol every Tner \ Idtaui, N. G. Wm. Onrua. 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1860

$8eeklg Ctitgrajji. TUESDAY OCT. 30, 1860. J. €. BRECKMRIDGE, or mmicay. r«l VIM tiwuhati GEN. JOSEPH LAKE, (W OREGON. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTISK, ISM FOR ELECTORS WiW AT LARGE. COL. K. D. GRAHAM, GKH. T. H. WAUL, fllff DISTRICT. COL. A. T. RAINET. «OOSD DISTRICT. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. 3BT We are «o Chortled MATTHEWS, a a candidate ( to announc- H. t. , > fcr the office of Marshall •f this cttv, at the ensalns election. WW«an satharla. d to announce ED. RIORDAN *? *5* Tor of this city, at the ensuing muni- cipal election. ay We ar. authorized to announce o. W. CAPR0N uacaadMate ftrCltj Recorder. Section fli>t Mon- dajrlsJunarr, 1881. as. An most be paid in advance. announcements in this paper *4- a F. Davis. Esq. agent for this paper. is an authorized favor of easting the united vole of the Sooth for Breekenridge and Lane.* It is for the people <ff Texas now, of all parties, who have not already determined to sop- pert Breekenridge, to my whether their v«*e shall be with the Soo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1860

LATEST HEWS. Arrival x;& «r COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. .^hwtMDflkip titer Point this tb« fWlWwi g additional The Pan* mi—poadant at tke London Times says tha aaeanata from tie Island of Sardinia gpwJt of the eommaaeemeat of laa—wiri, Vf secret agaaey than, in fovor ef the waul inn of the Idaad of Fraaoa,hgr Um mm means aa employed for the annexation of Savoy and Nioe. Gen. daldini haaraoefred orders to crosa the Neapolitan frontier. SariMldi i* about to eonroke an Elector- al College of the Two Sicilies, to vote by The Piedmonteae corps d'annae, in Na- ples, vUl roaoh 20,000. The Mt Pro-dictator of Naples oorapli- mentedManini la ba patriotisn^but asked him to give proof thereof by leaning the aoontry, leflug him that even without in- tending it, he canaed ftmiiw. There ja_aww probability of a eongress The rMaortaa'troops wars expected before Caps* on the 16th. It was antici- pated that the Neapolitans would evacuate before their arrival and retire to Capoa. The Sardinian Chamber*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 30 October 1860

MISCELLANEOUS. My friend H. married early ia life. The My that h* ohoee m a beautiful but 1 girl; H. wis a whole-souled, lovia* youth, the lif of every > thalhe favored with hii cosapany. The club of which he wast member, ac- knowledged that he was the wittiest and handsomest man among then; but, as I tow already said, H. married early; and saw, let me add, only three months had sfcpaed when we ot-ser*«-d« markedohaage in our favorite. Bis bright smile was changed for a se- rious, and often sad, expression; he came to the dob-room less frequently than had ham his wnai, and while there he read his paperaa<i southed, and ue d.im joined in an; conversation. He had been in the habit of taking oat bat ene cigar daring the evening, and that wasaoaasUmet thrown away half consumed. How he seemed to smoke, as some person* teak, '-to drive away doll care." When the door opened, he started and held his cigar half hidden by his paper, as if afraid of being caoght in some forbidden enjoy- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1860

_d*T0M« to Sows, Politics. Internal lm , iuuilini.tr tnHi—' r Wesday ■ «n-! ^ifrwriiT evening. at 8 o'clock. $0e Weeftrg EefegrapO CoiiMnsalimslse<lln«aiUtf«s,UieSews,0<imm«rda ' - ' ' ~ soTOwTn-lflK* trans it err Inesday aornln*. TBTRM S : Weekly, pel tiuiuiu.l ClaDolleu, . Single conlaaTdr mailing-. Ttt-WaeUyTeMiBaifh, per annum, In advance 8 00 ilililiaaa JL H. GUSHING Publisher. ■■ ■T^IHIUBTBII OHAPTEBt NO. 2, K. A . M. « MEET3 oathenightafcUie 8rst Monday ef every month, at Hasan le Hail, Main tt. Ci" - A..8. RIOHAKDSON, H. P. W Sao. H.BniM-Ecasr.See'r. rebSlj ■OIIXTMI COUNCIL, NO. 8. R. & .8. M. UMTS on thenight of the second Thes- dap ef every montli, at Council Room, Ma- son io Hall, Houston. O. J. OBAINOBB, T. I. fl. *• [fsbSyl. On-BBinnnntn. Seo'j. WltllVlHI COHJIANDEBY, so a. month, at the Asylum. Masonic Hall B. H. OUSHIHS,*. 0. OeisTWim Recorder. jan 131y, ■OLUIIV LODGE NO. 1. A. T. M. m HUTS at Masonio Hall, Main iti«t M&. Houston, on the nightsofth«(ieeo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1860

Tl CBlttkij Celtgrapj). TdESDAT....... JW)V. 6. 1880. •t* I C. BRECKMMDGE, Of EKNTWtt. Per ¥l«e FmMMHi GEN. JOSEPH L ARS, of ouaan. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTltN, I KM FOB ELECTORS '■ NTATKil ULKQE. COL. M. D. GRAHAM, j^," «- GEN. T. WAUL, I FlMf DISTRICT. COL. A. T. RAINEY. COL. JOHN A. WHARTON. 6^ Wear*authorised to onoonU. RIORDAN cmdldale Hayor of thiscltar at tbe ensuing mud- dpal election. —_ irwe art nUwM tyimnnnce fl. W. CATRON a* a candidate tor City Recorder. Suction flr t Moo- day In Janunry, 191. MS" We are aatlprtaad to announce Q. V. MATTHEWS* u a cantflriale for the office of CHy Marshall at the ensuing election. We are authorised to announce R. P. BOTOX, aa a candidate tor the office of City Marshall, at Mm election. *® All annouocMM U in this- most be aid in advuee. ia> "■ '■ D*to. Eiq. is n snthoriaed MKBt for this paper., Mr. Lwuns L. Moceland is an an thoriled agent of this paper. K* t- J as Strawbriige is authorized to act as Agent for the Telegraph in Kit Orleans. V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1860

Letter from Hew Orleans. J'fceajr, i Metet, lo&rt, fc, titirt Arrmal if Immtgr -GmmHtu, ■Local Jhm—<m JSc om f* ** __ y*nf *tfrnT -* - -« —i Ohoou (WllfliirHilim itti I j mrt to carry tttrg tkmg before Mm, ^c. N*w OmuAXS, Oei. 29,1880. Ed Thsobaph.—Ntrtr, wiUin the re- collection of tke "oldest inh bit*nt," has New Otimuu been to mi of people at this mm of U e year, aa ttja at present—i result to be attributed partly to the unu- sual healthiness of tke two preceding sum- mers. St. Charles street fc HteraDy jam med, from early mornimg to a late hour at ' night, with the usual mid-winter crowd of idlers—gamblers, thieves, loafers and young men oat of employment—who con- tinually rush in and out of the "Phoenix" and "8am's," taking, after the fluhion of Toodles, "innumerable drinks," or hang- ing listlessly around the corner of Com- mercial Place, and, Micawber-Hke, wait- ing (to semsthing "to turn up." Erery boat from up the rtwr, erery steamer from. New York, every sea-going v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 6 November 1860

;/ WHERE DOE* IVORT COME FROM r enters ao largely into the com i dej, litter in the crude state ! Wrested from the huge ele- _ _ „ '"Aftiea and of India, or in arti- I liclM of httoiy and use, we have been at V soiMpaias to investigate the sources of its •apply, the demand for it, and the purpo- se* ttwMfeft it ia jaoct applied. The ivory was at a very early period an article of traffic and adornment, we have m|Mo tpn to Sacred Writ, aad to the wmt profane poets of antiquity. Sol- omon's ship came trvnnially laden with _^told an4 sihet, ivor) >u>J pe8 and pea- the king made a ivflfcy mid overlaid U with l(ia Psalm x;T.)tan| ad the Prophet nekie npeakinjr of the luxury of Tyre, states ta.t even I he galleries aud bcnckcs of ivo- ry. Homer tells us of the magnificence of the early and most barbarous Greek prin- ces, ia whose infusions— f W shepherds the roofs inlay. 'tie*, perhaps, more than from the long tusks were imported that ga*« to the most splendid monarch of Isra- el, aa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1860

14 ®|t Cti toS ws,«««fcS,Int«nati«i *,te,lsWMd every Tnaeday X mtatitl f\iock. m TOeeSfg Ee&stapO Costal tyaadlapabUatMdeveiy IMadar i TBBMS: WartJj.per. Unb often ly'—fc* rftt* Trt-Wwfc per annum, In advance 8 00 & H. O08HDNI Publisher. • t SOCIETIES. 4* toft Monday COVHOIli* N*. R. d^S. *.V> ♦ Mint <mth «lfhtof UmaeeondTnea- iaj of every oath, atOomail Been. Ma* rait Hall, H«M*oa. ' v■ O.J. UUlMli T. I. S. M. [febtyl. aao.HBMsmromrr. See'y. * HO.2, IVTHTEH ejWUHW K. T. IT. If OS. UBIMt algktoftfce imoiIM Ay o/ev ski—"""" ztsss&jw Main itr*t ud A. Y • HITS it .JL, Hoatohltl _ . *X •~s\grmtgaglt:. «to. 8. BinwyjiTjy'|r^ rys 131y. I. Q< T ORB Mfj Odd aR «•. I9 meet Te: Idwiim,H.O. Wi. Ononu. Sec B. W.lt T. •. Jaoi Lawaaac* Treu. Jan. 18. It . ... TaeV' W"4FFBBS his professional services to the cUlaetw r \/ HoMtf , LAWYERS. 1.1. Ms LAV um. lO.wiwiy GEOSGE UOLDTHWAITE, NOTARY PUBLl A.H.AUU, • Umoe.1 j«u<n it truun, A'ssgsas^lsgTfcRsaj^? given toCriminati March J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1860

Setttklj Ctfajrapj}. HOUSTON, TKXAN. TUESDAY NOV. 13, 1860. Tbfa Piptr is forwarded from vx. x. rick. f. a rice. WK.ILRIOE&OO, HOUSTON, TEXAS. Whuieeate Dealer, In FURNITURE, or ALL KIXD8, Stirrers, Carpetiars, Oil Cleths, MATTINGS, PAPER HANG1NG8, Window Shade, Curtain Goodi, Trimmings WOOD AND WILLOW WAKE, PIANOS A 4 tteneral stock of DRY GOODS, Bats and Copt, Boots and Shoe*, PLANTATION SUPPLIES, lape, Paints, oils, IB. W. publish our Weekly this week at aa earl j hour Monday morning to get it off la the malls of Monday. The import- ant IntalHgeaoa it ooataina, is our reason for doing so. We intend to got intelli Itence to the country ahead of all other pal pers. Our readers will see whether we tucoeed. WHAT SHALL M DONE f this question has eallad forth responses from several distinguished citizens of the State. Whilst we have published their let- ter*, we han also busily sought to ascer- tain the publio sentiment by conversation with people of all shades of political opin- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1860

Later from Europe. PRESIDENTIAL Partial ELECTION! Ycrt,] N. T. Wrtrtlj Black ftfrtifty. Special Despatch to the Houston Telegraph. The steamship Orinba arrived at her wharf at 12 o'clock 20 minutes. She brings New Orleans dates of the 7th, and later from Europe. Her advices are highly im- portant. Cap* Rack, Not. 6th.—The steamship Persia before telegraphed from Liverpool the 27th brings the following news. The English squadron had left Syria Mr the Adriatic Sea. Two French men-of-war re. mained at Bejront Find Pacha had re. tanted to Damascus where great agitation prevailed. Threats have been made against the Christians on account of the war tax The Emperor of Austria accords a Court of Chancery to Hungary, increases the members of the Reicbsrath to one hun- dred, re-establishes the constitutional in- stitutions, and makes the Hungarian the official language of the country. The Hungarian diet ia to be convoked and the Emperor crowned King of Hungary. Similar concessions will be gra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 13 November 1860

* WHAT 3HAI.I. THE SOrTH DO IF UWOI.<( BE ELtCTEP* Bsitos, Not. 1st. 18C0. E. H. Cvshiso, Esq.,-I&Mirtb TiiiGurE—Dear Sir—1 have received four letter of October 15tf>, asking for publication in the Telfgnffh, my to what course the Southern States should portae, should Lincoln, the Chief of our Abolition, "Wide Awake" enemies, be elect- •dPrerident! I up. enrpriaeJ i Southern States, nfcotrM punue in the event any special iniporiamr s1>onlil be attached, in ouch a crisis, to ?hl tic'in ^of so anpre- tonding 'Ahd humble a citizen of the sorer- eigo StaU (late JUpublia) «f Ttxfca.S* emergency this is no time for^meA^fJuj liberty as a biriii-ri|iht to conceal their tlnugl^. If Ronston, the Wbartons, Austin, Burnet, Willuuaaoa, Archer, the Jackr miloAkmf had dene so in 1835,.I«*A^^I<1 still bea dependent province upon decaying Mexico, Or a bowling wilderness. But I have not •be tiaM, jut now, to aoswe><y«te' ques- tion in such a manner as lx^f> justice to either ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1860

©}e ^tlcgragS) Newspaper devoted to News, Politics. Internal 1m pro « em en ts Literature, Ac., U Issued every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday evening, at 3 o'clock. COe XUee&fg CefegrapO OonUtMiO Ui« leading irticln, tl«lVews,Cominercla matter, and Miscellaneous paragraphs of the Trl-Week I 7 and la published every Tuesday morning. f TERMS: Club of ten - - — 25 00 Single eoplesfor mailing— 10 Trt-Weekly Telegraph, per annom, In advance 8 00 Address B. H- CUSIUNQ Publisher. SOCIETIES. WASHINGTON CHAPTER, NO.2, R. A. M. & HnH onthe nightof the trst Monday dfL ofoverr month, at Masonic Hail, Main st. CT* 1 A. 8. MCHABD80S, H. V. " Qio. H.BcihLETMT.See'y. feb91y HOVSltOn COPHCIt, NO. 3. R. & S. M. MEETS on the night of the second Toes- day of every month, atCoaneil Room.Ma- ■onle Ball, Houston. O.J. GRAINQBR, T. I. G. M. [feb9yl. Gzo. HBaiaonrasT. Sec'y. ♦ BDTHTEN CORILUIDEST, NOS. K. T. ItyrBXTS onthe night of the second Friday ofev- 1TI ery month, at the Asylum, Masonic Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1860

Jlttfelj Wtjpjl. HOUSTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY.....-NOT. 20, 1860. «&.We an wOMrteed to announce JQBA1KG1R ot hmu<m>' >i rWe <nutkortMd to ■moucs THOMAS. J. i offlee of Bacorder, at jgf-WearaaathorlMd to anaoonralD. RIO&DAN u , candidate Mayor or tbl« ritr, at the enanlng manl- . Iiul election. aa-We are antborlied to announce O. W. C APRON a* a candidate for City Recorder. Election ant Mon- day In January, 1881. acy We are antborlied to announce H. F. MATTHEWS, aa a candidate for the office of City ManhaB at the eusniof election. WW ar« aithoritMl to irn-Him* R. . BOYCE, u a no(li<uf h t tl>€ |D0lce •« (Sty Mar luJL at the ensoinc election. 0-Wr are authorized to announce WMnEGUSOH aa a candidate for City Recorder, at tke enauluf elec- b. F. DstU, Kaq. la u author! led ngent for this paper. I9> All announcements in thU paper most ba paid in advance. Mr. Litems L. Moreland is an an thoriied agent of this paper. WST" Copies of the memorial, to the Gov- ernor, m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1860

Secession Movements. South Carolina Convention Meetiags in Georgia ami Alabama! FEELING IN ALABAMA f! Senator Toombs Resigned! GEORGIA LEGISLATURE!!! Feeling in Louisiana. Great Meeting at Galveston! I Special Dispatch to the Houston Telegraph. Gaxtbstos, Not. 16, 8 A. M. The steamship Chas. Morgan arrived early this morning. She brings New Or- leans dates of the 13th, and important from secession increments in the South. Augusta, Not. 10.—Complete election returns from 113 counties in the State of Georgia, hare been received; nineteen more are to be heard from. Breckenridge has failed to obtain a majority over the Bell and Douglas rotes. Charleston, Not. 10.—I* the House of Representatives a bill was adopted for re- liering the Banks from having one-third gold and ailrer to two-thirds issue. The 6th of December was substituted for the 6th of January, as the day of election; and the 17th of December, instead of the 10th of January, as the day for the meeting of the convention. Mr. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 20 November 1860

mm A FORCED RECKUIT? _i iin T" VT uuai AT 8f)imiKA. ^ ISO. In the ranks « f the A u-trial. you found him ; He died with bh face to you all; Yet bury htm where around him Yon taper your bravest that Gt *1. Mm. talr-featurcd and slender. •- '■•Dm riMt to draih to hi* youth* With a hi Ik on his Hp*. over-tender r For any mere aobiler'juiead nujutb. ^ ^ . Ho stranger. and yet not a tral'Of! ^ Tbottsh alkrn the ch «h oft hla hreaat. Underneath it taw *oVo0>a*fu^i , k - 2 Twa -jf l<e«*i. hi*r«i a ahot MU ,to rext! By jwur -t.* i <• r.tnc i -u. ox <14 ' •m mart^whit them. slMptta their Bit aw^rt (• i- ?) never tin baiki!- Otff *i'h tu-t smile. *' eri-hana yearn on to th Jr mnthers, • T9WLt-T^"W* .* ** ~ d.e forour"l iJ,.l>;utben«, , JEAW1* jour mnka* I y > on* hand-"! ^janr* ni Ui 4bn straight, drestradtfr; njare m<? , ^ 4 boh in thebody, whit U may Deliver my heart here ami tear me Ihhtolie Of tor An .trial] w*y.'' H f^h^^acut he.kO^iMhe this mutnlttg. What then? m«ny...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1860

«*• - - 2t«w j per de-otea^ JfeWi. PWltti. Infernal 1m •o'ements Lit-rature,4c..islsfcwffobr Tuesday <E(je TFecftfg tHUCQD. CotttotftSafl the l-ading articles, tbe News, Commercla VbcdluMOQi pangnpbl of the Til-Week 17 *nd N publish sd every Tuesday morn ins: TERMS: Weekly, per an mm, In advance $ S 00 Club of ten - - - - 25 00 Single codesfo * mailing 10 rll il m Tri-Weekly Tel- graph, per annum. In advance 8 00 Publisher. NO. 2, first Monday I, Main st. N, H. feb Gso . H. jfttn fcWM* Boom, Ma- Bales of Advertising is this Fspw HOUSTON COVTIi K. & - MBET9 on the nigl A. d j ofererymonth, sonic Ball, Houston. "7 C.J. GRAINS**, T.I. Q. M ' •( [ieb9yl. Sm.BBuaanmn.. Sec'y HDTHTEH CODUUHDEBTi 1*0 2 K. T Geo. Gol©thwajt* Recorder.. jan 131 y, IM HOLLAND LODGE MO. 1. A. Y. M. (8 at Xaaonlc HaU, Main street D, on the nights ofthejsecondard k Wednesdays of every month. 8*0. GOLDTHWAIXB, W. M. av.See'v. [Jan 131y. I. o. O.F. LOBE STAB meet at Odd Yellows Ball, corner Main and Texas A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1860

Hcefelg Cekgrap|. TUESDAY NOV. 27, 1860. an authorised to announce H P PANNELL M.W* an authorised to aasomice(0 J GRAINGER Or t5ea^«Mlayor,of the city of Houston, at the ■arWr are aitlwrlsed to arnnunee "THOMAS. J EWnlB^as a caiHlhiale f-ir the mttte of Recorder, at J^Weare authorised to announce KD. RIORDAN vaanMata Major of thiscity, at the(mining munt- 10 anoM1!"" 8. W. C APRON aa a candidate Yor City Recorder'Election flrst Mon- daj in January, 18*1. authorised to announce H. P. MAxTHKwB, as a cnttbte for the office of City Marshall At the ensuing election. **"to announce R. P. BOYCE, "«SdSS? ' ofOltyMarihan, at the to announce WM FERGUSON aaacandidate (br Ctty Recorder,at the^ensuing eiec- IU Mr. Lucius L. Monlud is an an thoriud agent of this paper. . Attorney's petitions for sale by the SHALL. WK FAT OCT DEBTS? We bmie heard it seriously argued by some of the people that the Southern States should at onee pass laws prohibiting the foroed collection of debts doe in the North, ...

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