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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1860

From oar Extra of Ikt 20th. Later from Hew Orleans. Later from Europe. FEELING IN NEW YOBK! Sterling Exchange. PANIC IN BALTIMORE !! COTTON MARKKTS, ETC., ETC. Special Dispatch to the Hoc* too The steamship Orizaba arrived at her wharf at 11,- A. M. io-d^y. She brings New Orleans dates of 21st, and one day later from Europe. Her adrioos are of an important character. . N*w Tomx, Not. 20.—The steamship Glasgow, from Lhrerpool via Queens town, arrired at this port to-day. She left Liv- erpool on Wednesday, 7th inst., touched at Qneenstown the evening of the following day, and brings one day's later intelli- gence than was received by the Yaader- bilt. Lryntpoot, Nov. &—The sales of cot- ton in Liverpool the past two days, in- cluding Thursday, embraced 20,000 bales, of which 9,000 were taken on speculation. The market closed generally quiet at last Friday's quotations. N«w Yoke, Nov. 20.—Afar better feel- ing existed in the financial and business circles here to-day. In addition t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 27 November 1860

I / POETRY. TkK UNE STAR. T" R HI. XlltGUlTJl C-UTM. '•£ Tm, give txiat banner to too breexe, Alia'Death Its foM ones mora w,H i Ur. ' BM^ftHBurmutniladadim, fltnu1? meant, and smiling valley; Brmr* Tsxla&s ! once that gleaming star Lttjotto MOaaf detthten dory, Ifcr,— I of (OMf or ftttry. hmANiniy#' ; -'tfOT1; 1 kindletoeschTcxlanhefrt ? Once mor^thoold heroic bins. r , * * id bid him« ar«- * fTitrfot's i ..rt; Tboa vert in oar dear country's. nlgbt The morning star of liberty, n Jacinto's ha lowed figbt t e orritlame of victory. i ^Mbebravif wbfledMno the^Uirds *' at .r« e lite oppressor.- fr>m« ut «... 2>n Ji we riv way to Northern hordes? He -as*ijr cringe «t their command ? \o. ffivsal wfcT-i there yet re.alns Atirupof trat heroic blood That dyed oar dear-bought battle-plains #e meet the foe, well breast the flood. And Thou! to whom we make appeal. Thou God of battles! Awful Power! Thoa llMMt how dearthe Union's weal Was to oar hearts till this dark hoar; Uow firm and...

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

" li/Bd y >V?4 H iTT^W 2 EtiH V ; iml l !.' *1*- ! ! <•« •it do liaw ot -nUniao') ii! T# laivmiMB il Imiwi'! ■ .1* nil ill ;>«I' o ljufitl tj|oi'os riii.fi i h*j*f9i fmlfollul di itrt aril t fxLo.i 1 * J< 0 -jaT J-ioqyi on' h-.dmi J«>i vhofif «*u!<u#ai nill 10 *-09fiiio 9 isoioflS i r.o q •d: 1 viutj lo^onl 1( NY I- I UnA jtr it; '.vine fn<oi; /luar^a •0*it /'if# i-iit 3tWlj4 iw t.J in* - « : # t)^W MM i«H irit oi l.Uri n—r Hi:.t£)b caJol t «; U .1 .* CUSHING 1IU:0 lit« n«a arari h ^ Birmrn >1* ■•aii? -jrf" k ft ^ Cri-aeutran ?fewspaper dcvotet*lfc nV*^, Ami pro *em eats Llteratnre,*c..!3 Issued every Tuesday hnrsday •ralnx.a* 3 o «tecla 7. Ctje Wfcefifg £eifegrap(j Sotmlm Ml natter, ad "■ ■*"'■■ pmeraphs of the Tri-Week !y and 1 sMjblUhedtrerj Tuesday morning. TEBMS: Club of ten — - - 25 00 Shtgleco pica for mmlBnyj^c- 10 Trt-Wee«r Telegraph, Mm In «lXfnce 8 00 :bl!aher. WASHING' R ^ MEATS onl of every W Gso.H.Bai* houston coiuvguu* no« 2 r,, & a. m. Xlt...

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

IfttEcklg Cdtjnfp TUESDAY DEC. 4, 18«0. wUmtM « aoHoon JCMB9 «• csndWe1 tor tira o®ce|ef OBy u "Kv " t l^V%are toatmoati** srronu u a caedWate for air Sextan. «r_Wc are a aort j. to aaajanee flpmB. J- EWIHG. as aeaadMate r tbe oOce of fcecordar, it the cBselag municipal election. ^W*si*«Utoria-4to annoonea ■ . KIOKDAM *■« • c t'fV" **TOr of at theewmtnc anV ■•hi«eiU a. ns.v.oinra tlnttea toat Mo— jar Wear* authorised to annov aaaeaattMartbrOlty ftecorder. . Jar la Jamurr. UN. vjflnnraJS ■«!&« r« the Well lull si 11 election. «grssft£b.ks?s Hon. WHAT SHALL BE DOKIf On the 22d nit., we addressed a tetter to several of tie leading political philoso- phers of the State, asking the qnestioa, in substance, "What ought Texas to do, re- garding the election of Mr. Lincoln f" We have received and pnbliahed repl'es from the following, Tlx: A. M. Leiris, Gny M. Bryan, F. E. Lubbock, P. W. Gray, J. H. Beagan, F. 8. Stoekdale, 1). Or. Burnet, Jno. Henry Brown, P. Murrab, Ashbel Smith and Geo...

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

TSJUeilK**. ■ Tlw CorsicanaBxpress learns from a lady * *w Mm for subscribing for that paptr- Sho says that there is he enough in one Bomber to make • barrel of-aoap! . The Ledger says that the Lose Star flax has been thrown to tlw breexe in San An- tonio. rations the successful enl- UTation of liquorice in San Antonio. The plant was introduced from Franoe. It grows rapidly and requires but little mois- ture. We clip the following from the San An- tonio Herald, and ara clad to find that the poMiion taken by the speakers refered to is in favor of action. They represent all the divisions of parties in Western Texas:— Weleain by a gentleman from Castro- Tille, that a public meeting, was held at that place last Tuesday night, numerously attended, to consult npon the present con- dition of the country. The meeting was addressed by Col. Wilcox, Mr. Cleveland, Hon. 1. A. Paschal, and Mr. Upson. All the speakers maintained that the Legisla- ture of Texas shonld be immediately con- vened—tha...

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

1 KeT. W . Bitej'n ( ircr. We are iatlebtod to a friend for the fol- lowing brief account of ibe late Rev. Wm. Bttley, which we publish for the informa- tion of oar readers: "The Ret. Jfin. Bhley was a native of Tenoeroee. MMngtd frfthi Narttitf-n Methodist conference. He had preaehed m Missouri and Arkansas, but wan compelled to flee from those States on account of his anti-slavery sentiments, and the disposi- tion h«^constantly manifested to tamper with slaves. He *i" nlvi <>'l by his fath- er-in-1;: -v not i-> nttae ;i T; i.-is, bill'"to mi- grate to some free Slate where his pecttliar sentiments would be apt to find a more congenial atmosphere. To this advice, the Reverend gentleman paid no attention. Bernro 1> livingMissouri. fiisVother-in-law refcoil lnm admit tnui-e to bis house be- cause of the grossly insulting and abusive language he made use of to the wife of the former gentleman on account of their own- iag slaves. When driven from near Fay- etville, Arkansas...

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

ftri-SSUtfelg CdtgnSf""" Kewspaper itevotwl to Haws, Politics. Internal II prxxeaienu Llteratar., *e., la Usaud erwy Teas*a Thursday and Saturday evenlm, at J o'clock. STOe Wee&fy fEefegrapfj ■utter, and IT art is published every IMv T E B STIT Weekly .per annum, in adyane* Ctafo of ten M « .Single copies for moiling. j ofthe Trt-Week $300 Trf-Weekly Telegraph, per B. ft ' **** fcf'~ •* raa SocDETttrs. «ASHIK«**II OHAPTER, lfO.2, ^ MEETS onthenljfctrt^the tost Monday >|n ofever. month, at Masonic Hall, Main st. Cr" , AT*. RICHARDSON, H. P- * Sn-H.ltai.iMn.lM>. fabMy - HOVXTOn COUNCIL, no. 3. >< R. & 8. M. ,,,, fmm on the night of the second Tnes- ' day of every month, atCooneil Room,Ma- sonic Hall, Houston. O.J. 0RAIHOM, T. I. 8. M. [febtyl. Sao.HXaixoBcarr. Bee'y BUTHTEK CO K^f |fUT9 oath* al| JXi ery month, VOL. XXVI-1VO. 41.i dayofer e Hall, 0,3. C Gao. Go HOUSTON. p| Houston, fourth W| a street ndard Bro., at hit old xiand, .Texas Sao. H. Bams ers in Rates ®f...

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

if iias ■M—MMSMM5 ®tdilg Cflfjraf|. TtXAS. TUESl>Atf~..... -DEC. 11, 1860 n anthpilMd to annonner ROBKRT BKKWSTTS < > candidate for L the enaalng election. 1 Aaaenur* Collector, irw* mltorlifd to an nop pee KD.RTORDAJf uacmlMtitWIim oftMs city,at the eiuolng tt^ndMtU fbr* C*tT ^rr^nrt ami Treasurer, at thrf>D*QlHff electl- it. M"V n aittiorafrl to announce OEORGR E. KOTTK.N8TKTN aji a candidate fbr Secretary and Treasurer, at the ensuing election. (&. We are authorised to announce JOHN KCUBRSDO& V as a candidate: for the office of City Bex ton. O.W* are an-horlieH fo •< b a candidate for City Eexluu. • II e II P ! AtXELL nrWe are anthortaed to announce THOMAS. J* IfflSO. aa a candidate f"r the office of Rrcor it-r, :tt the ensuing municipal election. W*f are authorized to announce O. W. CAPRON aa acandMate^for City Recorder^IEifctlon llr>t Mon- day In Jamaiy, 1861. Jto~ We are authorised to annonr.ee H. F. MATTHEWS, a* a candidate for the office of City Mar...

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

Thirty-Sixth Congress. OPENING W SECOND SESSION. We hare rtodni by express this morn- ing the following additional important in- telligence : Washihgtos, See. 3.—The United States Senate assembled this morning. Seven- teen Senators were absent. On hearing that the President's menage •would not be read to-day, the 8eoate ad- journed. ■ The House is in exoessivelj good humor. Two hundred members answered to their names. The House followed the maple of the Senate, and adjourned till to-morrow, on account ot the non-reception of the Presi- dent's message. The U. S. Supreme Court also assembled to-day. Judge Wayne was absent, but he had called on the President. The Court soon adjourned. The assurances of the Representatives and others from Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, that those States will positive- ly follow South Carolina, have nnmistake- ably alarmed the conservatives who be- lieved that South Carolina would havt.no supporters among the Southern States. A proposition is on foot ...

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

R6 Later from New Orleans. ^ - i<9ccU IKspatch to thr* Houston l^cjraifc. Finaseial Matters la Ike North. The Policy of Mr. Buchanan. SECESSION W FLORIDA! N. 0. COTTON MARKET. Galvjston. Dpe' nbcr 4rlt. 1860. Tbe steamship Chas. M«tpn arnred at S A. M.. bringing New (means dates of tha 2d Insr. 1 '* Nnr Tobk, Dee. 1st.—Business of all kind*. here is again grndii; i'y -.erriing to a state of stagnation. Tbe spread of the secession movement in the Sooth has again given rise to gloomy forebodings of all descriptions. Stocks also are again declining, and a new Government loan has been offered at ninety-three. The opening of Congress, on Monday next, is- awaited with deep and solemn im- patience. Mobim. Dee. 1st.—A large and enthu- siastic secession meeting was held in this city to-night, an>* addressed by several speakers, all of whom warmly espoused the cause of secession. Messrs. John Bragg, H. 6. Humphries, George A. Ketch nm and Jndge Dargan were unanimously nominated delegate...

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

&ri-S&etkl|> (JtltgragJ) Kewipaper devoted to Xewa, Poll lies. InUrr.a; ;m pro'MmU Literature,4c„IjIssuedevery Toesdav Thursday andSaturday m^linji 3 o'clock. CQe Weefifg EefegrapQ Contain all Urn leading articles, the News, Commercia a paragraphs of the Trl-^ei k r Tuesday moraine. 1 E R M S : Weekly, per amniifl. In advance $ 3 00 Oak of tea _ - _ 25 m . 10 advance 8 06 B. H. CTJ8HINO Publisher. ly and la pal SOCIE IE WlSHIKGTOn CU«t£B, KO.o, B. A \ Myi — M HEBTS onthsalfSt «f.Ut« tort Monday ' * Oao. H. Bai i«iOTjTS«s>. ^b91> ■MfSTOIl council, SO. 2 R. & S/M. - VHTB on the night of the second Tues- day ot every month, atCoaacil Room, Ha- aanle Hall, Hraatan. , O. J. aBAIKOKR, *. I. G M. [feh9yl. Sn.HBinKinn, Sec'y. t SCTHTEKC ■tc.jxo ar. 1UMT8 onthe night of Ue second Jridayofer 1XL try month, at the A ylata. Masonic Hall, Homtoa. *. H. CTTBHINQ,*. C Qao. tsMTmrmi Kecorder. Jan l31y HOLUDB LODGE NO. 1. A. Y. M. ■ MUT8 at Masonic Hall, Mala street Houston, on ...

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

1 sflwj m *-V:' ii- v ®«kJg Cdtgraf|. UOC8TON, TEXAS. TUESDAY., J)EC. 18, 1860. BRW. OKAY K a eurildataJbr election ss ha the People's Convention. , V - . SOGSR8 ! candidate tbr station aa a the People's OMmnrtJaB. authorised to UMnn THOMAS 8. H .aa a candidate for Ik* oAceof dole- SiOTS JanarM. WI. Convention, to be haidaa at the city of Av ~ B#. , . J^¥t are aatborixed toauuuuuce J. X. _ aa a raMMate for the oSceofClty Recorder. tkm 1st Monday in January. «r authorised to BKXW8TSR a. a candidate for Aaeswri Collector, at the ensuing election. WW' ace suthorlaed to announce KO. RIORDAN aa a candidate for Mayor *of thia city,at theiensnlng election. ^Wa are aathorised to announce IC STAFFORD aa a candidate for City Secretary «ad Treasurer, at the ensntag election. «g-We are authorised to announce QE0RG8 a. ROTTEN 8T KIN aa a candidate for Secretary and Treasurer, at the ensuing election. _ .We are authorised to annoance JOHN DHR3DOB.F as a 'candidate', for the office K City Sextos. ...

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

From our Tri-Weekly of the loth. Later from New Orleans. ADVANCE IN COTTON rr Political .Later ftoxxt^Ettrope. Istelligence. WASHINGTON IIBWS, ETC., ETC Special Dl<patch to the Hooston Telegraph- Kkw Obuum, Wednesday, Dee. 12. COTTON—With fltTormble foreign news a brisk demand to-day, sad the sales em- braced 12,600 bales at as advance of Jo.; factors claiming J@Jc. We now quota as follow*: Inferior Ordinary 7 Good Ordinary ........ 7; Low Middling............ Middling Good Middling .11 Fair, nominal; Good Flair, nominal; Good and Fine, nominal. Washhotos, Dee. 12.—The Senate has been occupied by the discussing of the proposed issuing of Treasury notes. Ex-Gorernor Thomas, of Maryland, has accepted the position of Secretary of the United States Treasury. In the Senate, the House loan bQl passed, the amount haying been previously reduced from ten to three millions. In the Home, Mr. Thayer, of Massa- chusetts, submitted a series of reflations, one of which declares that there shoul...

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

LiX MB , I Later from Washington! gecrrtuyCtfekwillnsigaatMce. FINANCIAL EMBARRASSMENTS. Later from Vev York. ~ W TENHE8SSE LKGISLATTTRE CALLED. Ouraroi, Dm; 12- iv4&at he 2—Tl.o Hew Orleans steamship ttri«<( it her wlurf this tag, with Waahiagten and New Tack dates of the Mi: Nauhtoli, Dee. fc iw. Harris called u extra seesioa ol the Teas Legislature oa the 7th of Jaanar;, to take imto eoasMeratioa the pnrcua* condition of the eooatrj. Wiua«Ni, Dee. 8.—The Treasury re- ceipt* the past week ere under $20,000. Drafts paid amount to aearljr a million and a half dollars, drafts issued reach about the The net balanoe amounts to $1,090,000, exclusive of about a million aad a half in the mint aad braachex. The reeeipts from all quarters are less thaa half the reoeat expenditures. The CommiUee oa Ways and Means are considering how te replenish the Treasury. Hon. Howell Cobb has neither resigned nor left Washington, but is confined to bis house by a painful iadispoaitioa. The members...

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

■§ IV * it. &/jje ifii-SEdilg ^Tcltgrayp j Newspaper devoted to N«"*•*, Fvtilks. Internal iro j pro-ements Literature, Ac., Is Issued every TuesUy Thursday and Saturday evening, at 3 o'clock. £Qe Weeftfg £efegrnpf) Contains si] the leading article?, theXews, Common-la matter, anil MlseeBaneons paragraphs of the 1H-Weet * ^ a >l Is published erery Tuesday momlns. TERMS: Weekly, per annum. In advance. $ 3 ft) Clul of ten ... „ 25 oo Sin^lr conies for mailing 10 tri-Weekly Telegraph, per annnm. In advance s «*> Address E. H. CDSH1NG Publisher. SOCIETIES. } j - y'< wki^sW- - WASHMCTOK CHAPTER) NO.2, < R. A . M. MEETS onthenightof the first Monday ofeyery month, at Masonic Hail, Main tt. i a. S. RICHARDSON, H. P. Oro. H.BitiM.nrBST.Sec'j. feb91y ♦ HOUSTON COCNCll, NO. 2 R. & S. M. MEETS on the Bight of the second Tues- day of every month, atCouncit Boom. Ma- sonic Ball, Houston. C. 1. GRAINOBB, T. I. G M. [lebUyl. Qzo. HBxixeHtntsT. Sec'y BUTHVEN COnilASDEltV, NO 3. K...

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

A I * « f I *• 88UckI|j Cekjrap|. HOUSTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY.- JDEC.25, 1860 IS. MTU W. OKAY Is a candidate for election as a Relegate la (ha People's Convention. P. BOGERS la a candidate for election aa a to the People's ConTentlon. a am authorised to announce THOMAS a. K, Kaq . as a oaadldate for the offlce of dele. taiata the State Convention, to be held on the 4th Sfbmfay In January at *h- c'tv «r * stin. Election Jsn'ary glh.lMt. Va are authorised to announce W. B. MLIOT ! fcr Aldenrsn3rd Ward, at the ensuing TsmCmnm o^Vocnox:—Frllow-CituauAt lb. sotidUttno of msay friend', 1 offer mr*elf as a can 'M.t-' <■ l- "fflc ■ of 0*t* Seen*' 4-y i- d TVeasun 0*. 11*- • uau ug>ear. ■■ K ilRAY. ITWa art- authorize to announce R. p. BnYGR, . for the office of City Msnhsll. at tin f^Waaivaothortieri toaniionnce WW PHRUC90N *£gtcaadldate tor City Recorder, at the ensuing else- JW We ara authorise to announce J. M. SMITH, aa a randldale for the o ce of City Recorder. Elec- tion 1st Monday ...

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

Later from New Orleans. LMlslaaa Against Co-operation! A MIDDLE CONFEDERACY PROPOSED ! South Carolina Moving Oat! ACTION OF THE CONTENTION. NEW ORLEANS COTTON MARKET. MONEY MARKET, ETC. I to the Qoaafcm Telegraph. Galtistos, Dec. 22.—The steamship Mexico arrived at her dock this morning ai 11 o'clock. She brings New Orleans dales of the 20th inst. Washihotoh, Dee. 19.—The Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Thomas advertises for proposals tar five million of Treasury notes, as authorised by Congress, the bids i in by the 28th of the present James R. Marks, Esqr. arrived here yes- terday, with the electoral vote of Louisl .aaa. Ho reports the Legislature of that State aa having in its recent extra session almost unanimously refused to appoint commissioners to viiit sister slaveholding States. Washisotos, Dee. 19.—Hon. John C. Borah, by letter, advises California to pro- claim her independence if a dissolution of the Union is forced upon them. 8onator Hamlin has had a lengthy con- ference ...

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

"V T £ j j jX "it, : , - '# Letter from New York. r.v r 'rrmont Prrsoi.al Liberty Bi."—Greeley on evmpromises, etc, new to'bk, Not. 28th 1SCO. b. H Citkhixg, Esq.,—Dear Sir—My attention was called t o-Jay to a speech of Ik* Hon. 8. B. Colby, before the Judiciary Committee of the Senate of Vermont, upon a bill introduced into the Legislature of thatVlate, to repeal the "Personal Liberty Bills. " Mr. C . I B^i-ritwil is :■ republican, and one of the most eminent lawyers in bis State, and there is not only a sense of jus- tice in Ms remarks before the committee, bn' lit* ftrgnment i« in m ny r.riieolars unanswerable. Hesei* out villi the de- claration that the people of Vermont have given a verdict against'the Personal Liberty Bills on the overwhelming vote enst for Mr. Lincoln, nnd'bv that vote tbey have vir- tually said, "an honest regard mast be had for that clause of the constitution intended as a security to owners of property in slaves," "Mr. Lincoln," says Mr. C., "stands solemn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 January 1861

APZQ, (Ett £ti-?8ttklj Stltjratj) Ne wspaper devoted to News, Politics. Interna: !m pro=ein cuts Literate re, 4c., is issued every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday evening, at 3 o'clock. £(je Wee&fg £efeflrapf)' Contain'* all the leading articles, theNcw5,Commf rcla matter, and Miscellaneous paragraphs of theTri-Week ?y an «is published every Tuesday morning. TERMS: Weekly, per annum. In advance.. 5 3 00 Club ot ten ~ — ... .... 25 00 Single copies for mailing. 10 Tri-Weekly Telegraph, per annum, in advance 8 0G Address K. H. CUSHING Publisher. SOCIETIES. IfANHIiraXON CHAPTER, KO.o, R,. A. M. ■y MEETS onthenightof the first Monday of every month, at JlasonicHsil, Main &t. A. 8.RICHAKDSO:;, II. *** Gno. H.Bp.t>'-ECEST.3ee'y. feb91y HOUSTON COUNCIL, NO. 2. R. & S. M. MBBTS on the night of the secondTues- day of every month, atCouncil Boom, Ma- sonic Hall, Houston. C.J. GRAINGER, T. I. G. M. [febOyl. Gso. HBrihohcrst, Sec'y. t itflTHVEN COmiTIANDERY9 NO 2. K. T. MEET3 onthe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 1 January 1861

adicfhip £dtjjrap|. HOUSTON, TEXAS. TUESDAY. .JAN. 1, 1861. IM)r.WM. McCRAVKN U a candidate for a seat !m the People's Convention. 00. ABKL II. WHITE Is a candidate f« r election as a delegate to the People.'* Convention. *£. PKTKR W. OKAY fs a candidate tor election as a Delegate t the People's Convetitlnu. *iT\V. P. ROGER? <<* • jtn-^'a'e P>r .'lection as a defc-.ate to u p P «v le'* fw " m*' W.. 1 . 1'. . : a . .v THOMAS S. LCQBnCK. l-sti aRundMate ;or ihe office of dele* t - to th Stat«- rVmv •>if.t*vtp be held OS the 4th Mofidir in .?t>>ii ry ;.t the city m \iwtln. Election Jtnnar.-Wh.lfl6!. « ennonnre w J. i* .• t *' e -nsulng jiuth-* p!* *•' to !••!«! '-f- O' • i< o * itn* nz ■ • ■ •* o-*nc "KSRY ►' ;-?« A * *t-f r A* forma•• -VI Ward, ft' * e en ul e«« c ! "eat* ml«« fated o *• n • **E SCOTT as a can Id t t rl'l v i-f o de-. >t th = re? election. 45, r hu li ri;< •' 'o n ** «•«- WW. ANDERS • •m '■ 3-e « '■ A r * nil ."t d Wa d.nt tuc ensuing • I .t...

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