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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

' ate , --■ .■*■■"-•^r- €+- -J •' f . . '• -i irK-¿m^ 4 . &4 S l A'Í ' '"'J-; t : - I ' " ;■'■ l . . ^ f r/ ■-- -.*'' sWíWm py THE COI STKY 8¥ | 'tos—vex a 3. f>a year. mv^y- ■ ' ■■ *.-a.xt. ÍTÍ:vre fíio Gr mu Washington, Anderson, Jieüerilie, H Austin, IVheeloc!}, ¿fc:. -, "iO::, '* >í Truth combat dansrerous, 'Error ters. V Gorernor of Virginia, in his mes- GALVESTON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24,1850. j. m. Gibson, Editor. $2,50 A YEAR; rtence La Rickmond, Leona, Henderson, P San August • Marsk.aJ.Hr P. K.ri iT\V*' J I. J. Jitoes, F. L. Bandit • j Jj.o. 1 7 Wm If. Crtt' h r. O S. S«niV-m .1. C. Boagí. § Likens, y& Bkjitl, G. .nmagii. P. C'o-t DS, V*. Smith. ). Ri>,vri bailey B Sia, b ' ■P red. Daw I am persoarttd that iht safety nndfct'elfare of Virginia itermnd ar yoer hands some mild .; conciliatory nu -«ore«, calculated to show the non-slaveholdiiif Slates that we are resolved to coerce a respect at their hands for our rights .tnd our property. The sla/ery agitation i ...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

/ SDe Journal. TIJE DA V, D EC. 24, I860. adherents of the different creeds act upon the principles they profess without respect to per- sons or particular locality. Such will inevit- ably be the case in Texas, and we can see no V. E. HOWARD, as a tion. to represent the second Congressional District of this State, in the Congress of the United States. jTy There will be no session of the Supreme Court at Austin this winter in consequence. it is said, of the change in the law, by which the Court is divided into three branches. Christmas.—Merry Christmas will be upon oa to-morrow, with the peaJing of its church going bells; its sumptuous fare and confec- tionaries: its scenes of amusement and fun provoking incidents. The old then relax their sternness and the young feel more gay. The Anglo Saxon race have ever observed Christ- mas with festivities. There were « The songs of merry Christmas time In England's palmy days. The mauifral anil merry chimes— Old cha in ts and roundelays—" It w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

JÜi í r m m ITEMS OF ALL SORTS. 1ht Out West. fit, Description oj a They fit And gotured arid bit, And struggled in the mod, Dntil the ground. For miles around. Was kivered with their blood: And a pile of noses, ears and eyes Large and massive, reached the skies. Theris a l2mo Bible, published at Concord. N. H.. in which the sluggard «directed to go to his launt" asa pattern of industry. "Father, did vou ever have another wife besides mother?" 'No. my boy; what Pos- sessed vou to ask su«*h a question . Be- cause I sa w in the old family Bible where you married Anny Dominy, in 1835. and that isn t mother, for her name was Sally Smith.' Oh. if there were one gentle eye To weep when I might grieve, One bosom to receive the sigh Which sorrow oft will heave- One heart, the waves of life to cheer, Though rugged they might be- No langoage can express how dear That heart would be to me ! A despatch in the St. Louis Republican, da- ted Cape Girardeau, 4th inst.. states that «he steamboat Ama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

- fe ::: gjourual. FRIDAY, DEC. 20, 18SO. " - i . - h: : |flL . * '. ' v->: -1 y; : /. .-•• 5CJ We are requested to announce Coi. V. E. HOWARD, as a candidate for re-elec- tion, to represent the second Congressional District of this State, in the Congress of the United States. Arrival of the Galveston. LATER FROM NEW ORLEANS. The steamer Galveston, Capt. Place, came to the wharf at 5 o'clock last evening, bring- ing New Orleans dates to Tuesday, the 17th inst. She brings 178 passengers and 45 ne- groes. From the telegraphic despatches to the 5C33* An immense Union meeting was held at Utica, N. Y., on the 11th- Resolutions were passed pledging support to the consti- tution and laws. The meeting was the most enthusiastic ever held in Utica. —__ P3" Gen. L. D. Means has been elected Governor of South Carolina. Cotton declined at N Y., on the 13th, 1 Picayune, we learn that the steamer America, in consequence • of the America's news. Sil-1 froin Liverpool, arrived at Halifax on the 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

y Ornees amo Office-holders—It can- not have escaped the notice oí newspaper rea dera that the democratic editors of the try have become somewhat regard to removals from office. «nee and every removal was removal, who was usually political martyr. forth the cry, The if one-tenth of which were true, loafer in oar streets would shan i An Act, for the liquidation of the public the late Republic ofTtxas. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texax> That any legal holder of of the liabilities of the late Republic of j. that have been audited and reported Legislature, by the Auditor and Corap- State oí Texas, under the pro- act to provide for ascertaining the Public Debt oí the late Republic of Texas"— approved 20"h March, 1848—may, by surren- dering the same to the Commissioner of the General Land Office, receive in lien thereof, land certificates, under the seal of the Land Office, for the same, at the rateiof fifty cents per acre, to the satisfaction of his, her o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

J i-i—.. - . :■.< - 11 ! i. t . * ' ■ f , V SgH ÜS p3É*:/íásl * I ¿ \ d P4gs S isi |a, - ._ ... S&«0 r-n tIDAY, MARCH I* >NIGAL is a candidate ¿or the office , for the 1st Judicial District. - , Polk co. ico. ly authorized agent in any part of the state. i pages. States Court, for the [on Tuesday last, |gg|fil Election fob the 8eat oi> 60vebnment. m I i * o ♦? Walker co., Crockett, co. oville, 447 14 72 26 69 0 12 17 54 3 1 5 39 716 136 5 9 4 51 0 4 14 1 1 16 103 19 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 19 121 81 0 243 9 I 0 _ § _ Webber's prairie, 0 In Georgetown the estimated majority for Austin is set down at 300. ISi , J <■ •' <•; í > , *- ■; tí3" Tlie following corporation officers were elected by the Board of Aldermen on Wednes- day evening, viz: W. Sergeant, clerk, mar- ket master and assessor; W. Marshall, harbor master; Taylor and Dunfcum, hospital physi- cians ; Messrs. Hoyt, Lufkin and C. Beihling, port wardens. ¿I" ' The election of Marshal was postponed. Galveston Lyceum....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

m.Jm, ■ - ' ■ • ■ , ■ ■ *r ■ • . ... •. *•. f E V": . • -.... ■ " ' '• • • IS ■ ,s ■ -v. . •- Á* Á * - ' Kv' ';wr r?>íí íp !'• 'is-:-;- 5 «¿ * . ' • SálÜiíiítúj WW®, ■ aü sal-# as the best blessing of Heaven, to witness the dissolution of the Clay, Feb. 6,1850. i I iVMOu IMm." rtlkrt(Um fa Un¡m^ , maintain Ü in it* infeg- Taylor's message Romance ut Real life.-The Charleston News ha* a correspondent, who is a "Crack' hand at ricking up all the interesting gossip which is from time to time afloat m Gotham. In his letter oí the 25th nit, he writes: I heard this morning of a case of elopement which, I understand has caused a great deal " * snt among cc-— 4— upper part of the city. As the story goes, a your of excitement among certain lamilies in the son of a bankrupt merchant in London, and a 'man of education and parts, arrived here for the purpose of seeking his fortune. The small stock of cash that he brought with him was soon exhausted, and he was reduced to a state of want Asha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1850

5SS - — r* 4F - w< ^ -■ 11 -' ■ : " J&-. - ." '.' g I; : '; -te ' |*$t " iifet ' gtt jptmi. GAL VlüsJTOJÍ, TUESDAY, MARCH 19. J. C. McGONIGAL is a candidate for the office of District Attorney, for the 1st Judicial District. •sí Agents for the " Journal*" J. E. Wade, esq., P.M., Houston. V. B. Lee, esq, Fireman's Hill, Folk co. Stephen Powers, esq., Brownsville, Cameron co. f. H. Finch, esq., is our duly authorized agent to receipt for subscriptions in any part of the state. H3"Weare under obligations to Mr. Holmes at the steamship Palmetto for late New Or- leans papers. From New Orleans. — The steamship Palmetto, Capt Smith* arrived at an early hour yesterday morning from New Orleans, which port she left cm Friday last The Pal- metto; we understand, was detained for a short tim^ at the mouth of the Mississippi, on ac- eountof a heavy fog. She bringa a very hea- vy freight for this port. Jtj* The packet ship S. F. Austin, eigh- teen days from New York, arrived off the bar on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 13 May 1851

iii'.i -.*: .•;! 'i-Sf." 4k, ^í§ i ^ -• -.■?•■ . -x x 1 3 i"í¿ií ® Itf C .V £33i :Si; , ■. riBSON & Cherry, Publishers. "Error ceases to be dangerotik when Truth is left free to combat it" im J. M. Gibson, Editor. .• M. í : Í.ÚI r0L. n. NO, 12. GALVESTON TUESDAY, MAY 13,1851. $2,50 A YEAR. *9 m tills journal, ,Y FOR THE COUNTRY BY GIBSON Si CHERRY, MECHANIC STREET, QALVESTON—TEXAS. Termt-%2,50 a year, invariably in advance. Ten copies. if paid for at one time, will be •ent to any one poet office for twenty dollars a year. Subscribers may remit money by mail at ©or risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Blaster. Post Masters are authorized to act as agents and deduct 10 per cent, on all moneys they remit. 11 letters must be prepaid. All transient advertisements must be paid time their insertion is ordered. I * % J City, t * ,r ai f: % Lama, \ San A Houston the "Journal." Wm. T. Cake. Robert George, R. J. Towns, N. H. Monger, Jacob Hailer, John P. Key, D. J. Riger, H. J. Jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 13 May 1851

i V- mm Cape _ ^ of Governor of the State; and to say thatW will shortly give his views npon such topics of public interest as he may consider most important to the nennlf* - rcvrlc* For Congress. We are authorized to announce General HUGH McLEGD, as a candidate to represent the Western Congressional District of Texas in Congress. £§r Western papers will please copy. We are requested to announce CoL V. E. ARD,asacandidate for re-election, to re- the second Congressional District of this in the Congress of the United States, jry We'are authorized to announce Capt. G. K. LEWIS as a candidate for Congress, to represent the Western Congressional District in the House of Representatives. Election in August next.— PL Lewis is too well known in the Western of the State, and particularly in the Rio Valley, to require a recommendation, his numerous friends will evince their esteem him at the approaching August election. For the Legislature. fcjf- We are authorized to announce Mr. H. B. ANDRE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 13 May 1851

— . • I ' 'if'*;. ■ ÍÍ . -- (f: , _ 'm^e* JUL ■•S ' -- ¿sÜ A Strange Story. A few days since a medical man named PhilHppe died in a village near Par , where be had resided many years, nnd had acqui- red a great reputation for skill and probity.— He never demanded a remuneration, except from those who were in circumstances to be able to pay him j and clnrin? the last visit of the cholera he was indefatigable in his attention to the suffering poor. Last year an English- man, travelling in that part of the country, •was taken so suddenly ill. that he was obliged to stop at an inn in the commune, and Dr. Philiippe was sent for. Scarcely, however, had he arrived at the bedside of the patient, when the latter became violently agitated, and his countenance changed exceedingly. The Dr. appeared also to be agitated, and at once or- dered every one out o! the room. When that wae done, the door was locked on the inside. The landlady being curious to know what «nurgoing on, listened at the door...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 13 May 1851

®tje journal. THURSDAY. MAY 8, 1951. fry The steamer Louisiana arrived this morning, from New Orleans, bringing dates to the 5th inst. The Steamer Maria Bart arrived yesterday afternoon bringing dates to the 3d inst. The Burt left N. O: on Saturday bat when a short distance from the mouth of the River, pot back in consequence of the stormy weather upon the Golf. Fhost.—Accounts in the N. O. papers state that the cotton crop has been wholly destroyed in many portions of the States of Alabama and Mississippi and very generally damaged throughout those states by recent frosts. The Tobacco crop has suffered in Kentucky from the same cause. so- On the last trip of the Maria Burt, from New Orleans to this place, Wm. Beven- roth, a cabin boy, was knocked overboard by the ibre-sheet and drowned. during the temporary absence of the editor, any one imagines that " scissors will be idle, they are slightly mistaken—that's all Linwood.—We have been shown a litho- graphed map of the town of Linwo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 20 May 1851

* lar ra- th Ire of Ter líor to fng Jthe lur. jIL ling fom ilk. ípt |ira- ia iros job- ing irn- |aad ligh |ship ca- ites, i rae. jrth* enty Huge ' ried 00 ;nce |weat sea and a dc- 3rao- asoD* s, Ui« is ia- ,s¡X- set ui tí >2 í . *¡i -jr. iú *! -i-.- ,< : • • Vi ■ : ■ ! • . ft j„ ' t> , /f . Gibson & Cherry, Publishers. = r# < Error ceases to be dangerous, when Tmth is left free to combat it" ^ ^ _ í. J. M. Gibson, Editor• GALVESTON TUESDAY, MAY 20,1851. VOL n. $2,50 A YEAR. Cfte Wtthla 3o urna I, PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOB THE COUNTRY BY GIBSON &CH ERR Y, MECHANIC street, galveston—texas Terms— $2.50 a year, invariably in advance Ten copies, it paid for at one time, will be oent to any one post office for twenty dollars a year. Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence oi the Post 'Master. Post Masters are authorized to act as agents and deduct 10 per cent on all moneys they rCmjt All letters must be prepaid. All transient advertis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 20 May 1851

iPPP^ MONDAY, MAY 19, 18«I Bellvslle. Aprii 28th, 1S51 - A Wft*g Candidate for Governor: BENJAMIN H. EPPERSON, Of Red River County*. It gives us great pleasure to announce the name of this gentleman as a candidate for the office of Governor. Mr. Epperson is a law- yer of well known popularity in the Eastern portion of the State, of most irreproachable character, and talents of a high order. We do not propose to write any "Biographical aketchPoi his life, but will just state, that he is a gentleman, who, wherever he is known, has th§ esteem and respect, dufe to acknowl- edged worth and ability. He has not to our knowledge slaughtered the Indians, the Mexi- cans, nor the King's English, nor has he draft ed any "Probate Laws." so far as we are in- formed. In the Legislature of 1847, he was a prominent member, and in the Presidential canvass of 1848 was an active, efficient and untiring Elector on the whig ticket. He is a genuine whig, without mixture or alloy, and ^ a firm, able and co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 20 May 1851

' > f 2. m --m _ I* m orU truthful since first I 'twenty as tyrranical as false. f-that remarkable venerable Mr. elected to the Preoucu^. - be « cane to his country." "I consider all that calls Itself that must ever As a political system, it d by flattering to darken'J ts judgment j in order that bad may fl|oont to honor and lord abose their betters. Of its Calhoun spoke but too justly he went over to them, he it they were a combination 'ban- ded «od kept together only by the eohesive of public plunder.' are the main antipathies W as Torced upon roe by an e: ience much more than usually varied ami tn- stuctive. I may add to the enumeration a general abhorrecne of demagoguery—wheth- er Locoloco or Whig—as the bam of our Gov- ernment, the great disease (now chronic and now. inflammatory) of our body politic, and that which has alone heretofore been fatal to popular freedom. 1 am no admirer of any of those new-found inventions in political science, of which philosophiser Greeley is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 20 May 1851

- 52% .. H í%- to ibc ass - 1 VP I tfc*s For to announce General as a candidate to represent "im'1 District of Texas in will please copy.* to announce Col. V. E. for re-election, to re- second Congressional District oí this in the Congress of the United States. e are authorized to announce Capt. G, K. for Congress, to represent estera Congressional District in :he House res. Election in August next— is too well known in the Western of the State, and particularly in the Rio Valley, to require a recommendation, his numerous friends will evince their esteem at the approaching August election. Per the Legislature, are authorized to announce Mr. H. as a candidate to represent this in our next Legislature. r^- We are authorised to announce Dr. JAS. B.MILLER, of Richmond, as a candidate to re- present the Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Fort Bend, Austin and Washington, in the Senate of this State. ' We are authorized to announce Hon. GTJY a candidate for Representative, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 27 May 1851

5*Í«rt- •'*"* - '■ ~ ' Gibson & Cherry, Publishers. ■ íí'. * ■ ■-.! ms&m > 1. . "Error ceases to be dangerous, jrhen Truth is left free to combat it" VOL. II. GALVESTON TUESD Cfte Wttkis Soucaal, PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOR THE COI UTRY BY GIBSON * CHERRY, mechanic street, galveston—texas. Term*—82 ,50 a year, invariably in advance. Ten copies, it paid ior at one time, will be «ent to any one post office ior twenty dollars a year. Subscribers may remit money by mail at ■ed in the presence of the Post our rwk, ii't ,'s they tar All letters must be prepaid. ry All transient advertisements must be paid for at he time their insertion is ordered. General Amenta for the "Journal." Rio Grande City, Quintana, Brazoria, San Felipe. Ckapjxlt Hill, Brenham, Washington, Anderson, Belleville, Austin, Wheelock, Independence, La Grange, Richmond, Leona, Henderson, Rusk Co, Wm. T. Cake. Robert George, R. J. Towns, N. H. Manger, Jacob Haller, John P. Key, D. J. Kiger, H. J. Jones, Z. Hunt. Ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 27 May 1851

--.".-Vi* c-'a i 1 í I ' ■ .. . J T J ' I For Governor. \ We are authorized to announce Gen. T. J. CHAMBERS as a candidate for the office of Governor of the State; and to say that he will shortly gire his views upon such topics of public interest a# he may consider most important 10 the peopie. For Congress. ry We are authorized to announce General HUGH McLEOD, as a candidate to represent the Western Congressional District of Texas in fpgr Western papers will please copy. „ We are requested to announce Col. V.E. jWARD, as a candidate for re-election, to re- st the second Congressional District of this tate, in the Congress of the United States. Teare authorized to announce Capt.G. K asa candidate for Congress, to represent the Western Congressional District in the House of Representatives. Election in August next.— Capt. Lewis is too well known in the Western portion of the State, and particularly in the Rio Grande Valley, to require a recommendation, and his numerous friends will e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 27 May 1851

V - I I zwm * ■i ml name of rrowed from Brit- wili not he perpetuated io the institu- to those of England." Memphis Eagle «ays: . is it possible that the central organ ran have forgotten that the was originally adopted as a signify * opposition to usurpa- ty to the arrogationol pow- _ by the Constitution and the he never heard of that noble of the great Lord Chatham, who. in u the days that tried mens' souls/' advoca- ted the cause of the American Revolution, within the walls of the British Parliament, *nd at the foot of the British Throne ? " It was,n said Chatham, *'the glorious spirit of W^otasi whieh prompted thousands in Ame- rica to prefer povkrtyWh liberty to giu>- •0 chains and sordid afflxkxce. What II resist this spirit ?" It cannot be denied that it was under the influence of the same principles which ani- mated the Whigs of the Revolulion, that the opposition to General Jackson assumed the name of " Whig." it was a tentimerit felt far aud wide throughout the country, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 27 May 1851

- ... mm¡S¿ * v iiJr Mgé ipil ■ II. EPPERSON, Of Red River County. From New Orleans The steamship Maria Burt arrived at an irly hoar this morning, from New Orleans, ringing dates to the 19th inst The Burt, in going alongside the wharf in Kew Orleans, on the 16th inst, ran afoul of a laden with 500 barrels of flour, and JET We are indebted to Mr. Edwards, of the Burt, and the clerk of the Louisiana, for fall files of New Orleans papers. Gen. Hamilton left on the steamship CHoble on Tuesday for New Orleans. Magnolia, Capt. Bod man, arrived from the Trinity on Monday with 67 bales of cotton and sundries. The crops along the river are reported to be very promising. KSr The Paris (Lamar Co.) Star an- Gen. E. Tarrant for Lieut Gover- , and also, B. H. Epperson, for Governor. S3" A New York despatch of the 17th inst says cotton was unchanged, at 10c. for Orleans. ; Gen. Marriot, formerly Collector oí Baltimore died on the 14th inst. Sumner, the new Senator from Mas- sachusetts, has written...

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