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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 25 May 1850

THE NUECES VALLEY. BY BENJ, F, NEAL. CORPUS CHRISTI, MAY 25, 1850. VOL. II—NO. 16. THE NUECES VALLEY. published every saturday, at three dollars per year, in advance, or four dollars at the expiration op six months. m Prices of Advertising.—For one square of eight lines, flrst insertion, one dollur ¡ for each subsequent inser- tion, fifty cents. Election Noticjss will bo inserted at the saine rates. BLACKWOOD'S MAGA^lE~AND^"TliE BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEWS. OWING to the lute revolutions and counter-revolu- tions among the nations of Europe, which have followed eaeh other in quick succession, and of which " the end is no' yet," the leading periodicals of Great Bri- tain havo become invested with a degree of interest hitherto unknown. They occupy a middle ground be- tween the hasty, disjointed, and necessnrily imperfect records of the newspapers, and the elaborate and pon- derous treatises to be fumUhed by Uo iiisiurian ;u u fu- ture day; Whoever reads these periodicals obtains a correc...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 25 May 1850

I i E • 8 m !3C M I THE NUECES VALLEY. 'I'm: Loman o lit: .- c who w.is at San -We km n from Cupt. Grutn- Antonio uJ^it the li ne the Cdüi'i :. r:i:'i-.Ti. s.\Ti'in.\ v. MAV •?•">. is.io., c01u,tu.||,.s ¡uto that place for the purpose OCT" We uru mqui-etuil to nut ico known t Until liunrterly having It lullf with the tíiíí Cilpt litl Me-iiug of tho M.'ilio li-u K¡i¡üco|>:iI Cliurcli, South, will enmmunee in tin* | l i -o on SATURDAY, 1st proximo. TUe Presid.u r Kli'c ■ will bu in attcnduncu. Ky*" The (' orpus C li r i t i L y c u n in will meet on M o u il n y Evening, the 27tU iu«t., itt hull* past seven o'clock. TUe members ure requested to be punctual at the Uonr. íd" VVe are under obligations to Capt. Jenkins, of the sclir. Spray, for late Galveston papers. H3" The Hon. J. 11. iVlcliae, Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, is now on a visit to this place. We attended ihe I.., c.uu on Monti ty eve- ning last, and were highly entertained arid pleased with the ihteiestin...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 25 May 1850

INrORTANT FROM NE W MEXICO. I establishment of u ínlütn.-y p >st. Tho deiRuhmont I left about the liitli of March in t!ie disnhvro of Mr. Wm. C. Skinner arrived in St. Louis on | their dm ion; from the result of which sou ¿o.id i < the 23d ultimo, from Santa F¿, bringing lute uews from that section. Mr. Skiuuor left Santa F¿ on the 19th Mi roll and arrived at Westport on the 14th ultimo. The party met with no interruption oil the route from the Indians, and only saw a small number of Arra- • pahocs, in camp, on the waters of the Cimmarone. The mail which left Fort Leavenworth for Santa Fé about the end of February, was met by Mr. S., on the day of his departure, within twen- . ty miles of its destination ; and the mail of the / 15th March was also met on the Cimmarone, then j fourteen days out from Fort Leavenworth. A Brown's train of wagons, which started last * fall from Independence for Santa Fé, and being I overtaken by u snow storm, lost all of the cattle belonging to it,...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 25 May 1850

s T1IE NUECES VALLEY— Oriuinal. Oh, say, have you boon, in your rambles out wost, Through that bountiful valley by kind nature blest— The laud of i>ure breezes and cvorgreen prairies— A land that might be the abode of the fairies. If you've not, let mo load you in fancy along: And list, as wo rove, to tho mocking-bird's song, From yon oak, which the vine twines its tendrils around, Ami sheds its ripe clusters profuse o'er the ground. So. - tho wild doer and turkeys beneath its broad shade, How they start at our footsteps and fly thro' tho glade— But a crack from our rifles lays one of each low— Now to horse, and away o'er tho prairies we go. Here, swelling in hillocks, where skip tho young fawns, There, gently descending in green wavy lawns, And smooth undulations, like a sea sunk to rest, While a tempest's commotion was heaving its breast. Now opening in vistas, as fair to the sight As those that uro seen in tho visions of night, When tho soul on light dreamy-winged fancy is bor...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 13 July 1850

/•></ ■k. THE NUECES VALLEY. frCSLISHES EVERT SATURDAY, AT THREE DOLLARS teas', nr advance, or four dollars at the ezpiratioh OTP six kónths. I l i I WWWWW^lilWllí ! .nwiOiiiwiwowni or Advertising.—Por one square of eight first insertion, one dollar; for each subse- quent insertion, fifty cents. Election Noticies, will be inserted at the same rates. THE NUECES VALLEY. D/8TRÜ8T; OR, THE VICTIM OF VOLUN- TARY WIDOWHOOD. . . . • • i feSS?""' The following touching little incident is taken from a miniature newspaper, edited and published by the ladies connected with the se- cond Presbyterian Church, Mobile: List, and T will tell you a story of real life, aa it occurred in our very midst. The heroine of my story lived many years in Mobile, and was a native, I think, of this place, at all events hter lot in life must have been cast among us. Many in this fair room have taken her by the hand ; for at every hearthstone she was a wel- come gnest, rendered so by her brilliant man- ners,...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 13 July 1850

THE NUECES VALLEY. SATURDAY, JOLT 13, 1850 The " Corpus Christi Lyceum"' will meet on Monday Evening, the loth inst., at half past geTea o'clock. Members are requested to be punc- tual at the hour. The monthly Lecture will be de- livered on Monday next, 22d inst. Oca Erur6id Sheet.—We stated, when the first number of the Nueces Valley was issue.', that so soon as the necessary arrangements cou,u be made the sheet should be enlarged and improved Tesas.—The Western Tesan, in a lengthy through Mexico. Being required to fit them- article on the Indian depredations on our frontier, seives out with horses and mules at this place, i accuses President Taylor of hatred towards , , , Texas, and says he pronounced the resolutions;311 excitement sprang up in the horse trade, of our Legislature, urging on the General Govern- ; which induced some of the citizens of Corpus ment the necessity of affording additional pro--j Christi to send to Mexico for horses and tection, a "humbug, and questions t...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 13 July 1850

sTSfpm'. 5 >■ ; • > Tir's'-"?"c. 1 "".-;-r!* - >*'*.': *.■«•• '«¡' "r ■ • .' . «i -'-W-, . s$i - , \ :: E'ífi Í* • • ' < . ; t-': '':f;.' , 3^2 " ^ ■ MEETING AT AUSTIN. We publish below the preamble and resolu-1 tiobs adapted by a public meeting of the citi- zens of Travis county at the city of Austin on the 11th of June last. The resolutions speak for themselves. There is very little doubt in our mind büt that they will be responded to any ii«;!it or au'.horiiv so question the boumln ies of Texas, <^r to prose ¡be for her oiher bou n Va- ries lhac those defined bv her own laws at the time of her annexation to the AmericanUnion, or to establish a Territorial or State government within tliose limits, without the consent of the State- and every act asserting snch a right is a breach of good faith, and in direct disregard and violation of the resolutions of annexation : that FOREIGN ITEMS. Ireland.—We regret to state that there isa probability of a revival of tlie Orange...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 13 July 1850

FEEDING FOWLS. m p n V I - Wm t —- minsier tteview, nereioiore ivgaraec as me or- It is a good mle never to feed your hens too j gan 0f the "Whig," and sometimes even of the highly before they begin to lay, or while lay- ing, or immediately after ceasing to lay, unless you wish to fatten them for table use ; for as soon as a fowl begins to fatten, she stops lay- ing. You must, therefore, separate the two classes of fowl, layers and fatteners, at all events Bt feediug time Make some separate provi- sion for your cocks; if they are only fed in com- pany with the hens, they are apt to think too much of their mistresses, and to neglect their own appetites; and recollect that to have strong chickens, you must have a strong male, which all ill-fed bird cannot be expected to prove. You should also make a separate provision for sttcb fowl as are bullied or oppressed by the rest. Fowls are much given to jealousy; the cock's favor is sometimes the cause of this, but by no means invariably so,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 18 March 1854

KINNE SssélísK If "WESTWARD THE STAR OF EtVPIRE TAKES \ S3 00 PER ANNUM CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, SA'iSRD."" MARCH 18,1854, Mt v an 1 ai"ter_S£X not ;1}1;; =.ft fifc a lull ye- atbs. SWf.i . 1_ aid tor i axe, elr' Si. tines, or less, r§*lmn tlireej the first, and fifí y cents for on. qharged at me-lhird of the : siffiaáre or less, ten hm.líei ___ , if ¡mid in advance, or fifteen T'Oj.ues if mhhekUo the end ©i tira yesr. AdrerltKiuRtt ftot scrtjons wHl te -Ut .' :íuiil fufui ta-ii «* pom ¡or. j and charged at-^ordiryHy. j citations, cotices of Sheriff's, and Constable sules- | and other lega! advertisements, must be paid lor , advance. Mi' 1 ~ Jfe EXISTING | v Blanks. Hand Bills? and Job play of sugar cane, com and castor beans, t— i 1 HE PU-pLTG. They! a re determined lo have (he essentials ofj A hrirf de¡tcription ^Jie 7klc to the Lands Hie, whatever effect the Eastern question may! - ^ Qity .0j Brmcmville is have on the products of other parts of the It , - ¿ ,-r ' 1 situated : . ,i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 18 March 1854

a NUECES Y ALLEY. SATURDAY. MARCH 18. 1854. T. W. Slenimotis, of Urownsville, is our au- thorised agent for the Rio Gramle Valley. You will please announce Hon. JAMES WEBB, as a candidato lor Judge of tUU District, at the ensuing March election. V 01KRS. :C 0^=* We are autorizedlo Esq., as a candidate ftf in this J udicial Dwtricj^, i Imi *C7° Wi have McCAMPBELL, torney, in this ?tU?~ Yo u are a? Tji SMITH, as ofthU District, i ceJ. T. ENOCH, State i*tsoriiey: on of .March next to annoaaeo J. S. fcr State At- election. Hon. E. of I «se THOJ4 Clerk/# EE?" W for the'-of- .etloH \o take Í-íecTORS.. fc-éairdidatc for X the coming unce L. CASS '•fficf f District a thingüv0r^rtlConsidering. H. Rigsjs, of this city, has kindly furnisned us ft i it a basket of Irish potatoes, which were recently taken from the ground—fine flavored} good sized, cooked dry, nud were, in our judgniAt, superior in all re- sjiects to any imported pottroes- we have yet seen in this market. What we willed to draw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 18 March 1854

s said such rates and time dienta w cqHlreaDy the co ed or mortgnged, by a v Aldermen, for ihe const 01-said improvement, sai shall ha signed by th a ma by said corpo- • P o nb-ii INDIAN DEPREDATIONS. fni >ubliC, NTT (<r nS „ ^ ; , ,, . ¿^d in Corpus V O. respectfully A^o,, thp varKlUS !fdt* that, he litis permanently ;$i<Tn am, CoacIl ipinsti, for the purpose «r carry¡ &c'a,,<l froinex- Blanches ot his bnsiness—Hoti|Spes to share a hb- painting; Graining, Paper-hangU- j no33:tf ffipe iur wwvi* iMr iwwhiw—perience anil neatness ofstyle, h<j¡ -5T destruction of property. Owing to the arrival of Hon. H. P. Beé from with startling account? of recent Indian we stop lite press to inform our a>£ the &cts. - - by the Indians, living upon aters of t^e Nueces, npon the un- d farthing community in the immedi- vicinity of Laredo, have recently trketi he death of nyte men, sever,ii wound- lli«st aliog of hundreds of horses and cat- of farming operations, rtial destruct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 18 March 1854

P©€<£US. fcjotcl and business SPRING. O Spring t or hope, and lo ve «éss, Wind-winged emblem ! brightest Whence comest thou. when, w:th and yonth, and glad- best, and faireít I- dark winter's sad- - VflK S ^ E ,, TEXAS, i iSh^CES 00^ The tears that,fade in sunny smiles thou sharest? Sister of joy, thou art the ehild that wearcst Thy mother's dying smile. Tliy mother tboujwarc.-; Fresh flowers, fiad bt?ang¡Ll i|o.w<eijji\vitb geirf - *r , feet, - - Disturbing not the^SS*®* jfeh ' « her winding- Shoots, ol^oose. Seasons. 9L CITY HOTEL, fTTHIS establishment. _L thorough reiiOvnt iOji . aci-rramodaiiijii of the pub equal, if they do not sur Hotel in this country, with The market will lie eulle to supply the table. The v being selected by themselves finest flavor and best body, city ate invited to call- uydergone a - .tor the •o (¡jWHSVItl ® "" lately ,;SE, ütese of^ other lich barges very & ¡tj, ,te <l'or the best1* lu¡ ^ Vines -and. i 6 'hit : r -i -p ti t? o i^of Sir id C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 27 January 1872

/ r / NUECES VALLEY V VOL. II. CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 37, 18TS. NO. 46. f jH I1" OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY. C. CS. B. DKFMIOND, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, Jainary 27, 1872. / i * E i I r m , i , \ REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEES. 30th BEBATORÜL DISTRICT. «Sen. Lewis G. Brown, Chair'n, Corpas Christi Dr. Thcmss Kearny, " " Han. Franklin Cammings, Brownsville. Samuel Jarris, Esq , Laredo. Hon. A. J. Fountain. EI Paso. Judge William Gamble, Gnssettrille, Live Oak Connty. KVKCES COUHTT. Capt. R. King, Santa Gertrudes. Dr. Thomas Kearny, Corpus Christi. John McClane, Esq., " " CAMERO! COUHTT. Hon. Franklin Cummings, Chair'n, Browns- ville. Henry Haupt, Esq. Henry C. Hnne, Esq. WEBB COUHTT. Samuel Jarvis, Esq., Chair'n, Laredo. D. Jose Maria Rodriguez. J ames A. Carr, Esq. STARR COUHTT. James Downing, Esq., Chair'n, Rio Grande City. Hon. Geo. Spencer, Kio Grande City. Alfred Moses, Esq., Kcma. COMMITTEES FOR 16ih JUDICIAL DISTRICT. 6on. Lewis G. Brown, Corpus Christi, Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 27 January 1872

Mayor Ha-11 has resumed Ins of- ficial duties again. Senator Carpenter opposes the civil service reform. The weather in California is warm and favorable for crops. The New York litjuor and wine dealers want a consolidation tax. Baron Von Oflens'ourg succeeds Catacazy, as Russian Minister to the Doited Stares. The Philadelphia tobacco man- ufactvrere ask for a uniform tobac- co tax of sixteen cents. On the 17th inst., the Franklin statne, 011 Printing House Square, New York, was uuveiled. The Masons have organized a Grand lodge for the Territory of Utah, at Salt Lake City. The U. S. Court at Salt Lake City refused to issue naturaliza- tions papers to an avowed poly- gainist. The Judiciary Committee report against the female suffragists' pe- tition asking to be heard at. tbe bar ot the Senate. An election row occurred in East Philadelphia, on the 16th inst., in which one person was killed and several hurt. • The contract for laying a tele- graph cable from Loudon direct to New York ha...

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Nueces Valley — 27 January 1872

i. O. O. F. Nuece L dgc, No. 90, meets at their Lodge Room, over the Post Office, every Wednesday erenin;. Wm. De llyae, N. U, Benj. Gravitt ▼. 6., J. Henry, Treasurer, and Jained Mc- Kenzio, Jr., Secretary. J-^Kflgular communications of Corpus Christi lodge, No. 189, F. & A. M. Tlie first Monday n eaeh month. The members of the Lodge are requested to attend promptly. Members of th« Fraternity aro respectfully invited. JOS. ALMOND, W. M. e. H. Wuf.klbr, Secretary. Religious Nonets.—st-rvioes will be held at the Congregational Church, on Sunday at 11 «'dock, A. M. and at 7} o'clock P. M. Sabbath School will be at 3 P. M., Prayer meeting Wednesday night. The bell will ring one hour before and toll for the commencement of each tu* vices. LOCAL NEWS. —We had the pleasure of meet- ing Mr. E. J. Nickerson in town this week. —Col. Charles Worthington, left town for Indiunola on Tues- day's mail-boat. —Bishop Marvin will preach at the Methodist Church to-morrow, at the usual hours. —Mr....

Publication Title: Nueces Valley, The
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