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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 22 March 1850

t ountnl Gibson a Cherry, Publishers.] "Error ceases to be dangerous, \|hen Truth is left free to combat it. [Rob't H. Howard Editor. F VOL. I. GALVESTON, FRIDAY MÍENING, MARCH 22,1850. NO. 13. J—LJ-l Xnmtuntt INSURANCE* .f'ire, im.1m), mahink k likk insurance, by the i'rot*cli>yn Insurance €> r,po.ny,of Hartford, Conn Capital stock 200, ÜO0 Dollars: and by the «cích.lNT * plantkh3 mlrral inblrance COM'y, Of A'-nr Orleans, Capital *toek 300.000 Dollars. The above com name* have opened offices in Galveston, ami will i-see policies on a favora- ble terras as any other company on Lives, Buiál- ! in stores, and on shipments of ¡W am all other at IO. O. F.—The R. W. GRAND LODGE, • of the State of Texas, meets on the first Mon day in April, 1S50. I. DYER. G. M. J. M. GIBSON, D. G. M. J.W. MOORE. G. Treas. . C >mmuhicatioas should be directed to the Grand Secretarv in this citv. fe7 L. W. DAKE, G. W. E. P. HUNT. G. Sec C.R. HUGHES, Ch. Texas, or bv sea to any pjrt or ports in the ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 22 March 1850

% f • *!■' IwTEiSi > / ,-C ■ 2| ¿ ¿í' *~mm—rmmmmm—m—mmmma—m—m—m——m statesmen, proceeded the first idea put into practice for the formation of a general consti- tution oí the United States. Now. sir, the or- dinance of 1787 applied thus to the whole ter- ritory over which the Congress Ü the United States had jurisdiction. It was adopted near- ly three years before the constitution of the United States went into operation ; because the audience took effect immediately on its passage, while the constitution of the United State*, having been framed, was to be sent to flie States to be adopted by their conventions; and then a government had to be organized finder H. This ordinance, then, was in opera- tion and force wlieu the constitution was a«k>pted and this Government put in motion, in April, 1780. Mr. President, three things are quHe clear as historical tnitlw. One Í3, that there was an expectation that on the ceastog of the impor- tation of slaves from Africa, slavery would be...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 22 March 1850

■fib \ to En el and. said to the ofCemmoos that if King William could the terms of the treaty, he would turn in his coffin. Let me commend the saying in all its em- phasis and in all its force, to any body who shall meet at Nashville for the purpose of conceiting measures for the overthrow of the union of this country, over ine banes of AndrewjJackson. Sir, I wish to make two remarks, and hasten to a conclusion. I wish to say, in regard to Texas, that if it should be hereafter at any time the plea- sure of the government of Texas to cede to the Uni- ted States a portion, larger or smaller, of her terri- tory which lies adjacent to New Mexico and north of the thirty-fourth degree of north latitude, for a fair equivalent in money, or in the payment of her dHst, I think it an object well worthy the conside- ration of Congress, and I shall be happy to concur in it myself, if I sbouli be in the public councils of the country at the time. I hare one other remark to make. In my obser- vati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 22 March 1850

fijarOUKwe, eutlert?, Sit. HABOWABE AMD CUTLERY — Knives and Fork*. Steels and Carvers. Cane, Hunting, Pocket & Pen Knives, Scis- sors, Razors and Strops, Tea, Table & Cook spoons, Flesh Forks. Ladles, Skimmers, Hooks, Hinges, Butt , Bolts, Locks, Mortices, Rim and Pad, trunk, chest, cupboard, till, dead and plated Locks; Door Handles, Latches, Screws, Collin's Axes, Ad¿^< Hatchets, Hammers, cross-cut and E'tt Saws; Tlued back, compass, meal, webb and and Saws, Measuring Tapes, wood and Ivory Rules, Firmmers ano. Socket Chisels, Gouges, Drawing Knives, Planes, Blacksmith Tools ^ An- vils. Vice , Bellows. Sledge Hammers, etc., Nails. Brads, Tacks, all sizes; pag and wad Cutters, Gun Locks. Gun Nipples, Percussion Caps; log, tracc and halter Chains; Cow Bells, hand and tea „ iio; Hews, Shovels, Spades, Cotton Hooks; corn, codee and spice Mill.-: copper Sugar Ladles and Skimmers; sugar house Lamps and Lanterns; cis- tcrn and well Pumps; copper and lead Pipe ; pig, sheet and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 12 May 1853

i n.** ritan r., 4 y Carite!. in ízdtt *c*)42 *xmUK¡ 3**a#Uu áV-*¿' AlrVERTISJiS •« TJ« - - , - | vertji -ru«ifti tfttt W 'n*3ft:d aía f«;u- Kites. , ■ connected iríth thfcMfitlitwte fadvertaers will be cbargedextr-u a square. we h rr Copied a sy«Utm of it which wc tbink witlprovda/tvi e*pr*te\\jjQ ttuwe p«jr?ií«!i rt ¡n the eu*tom uí pttblishers iu th¡ Dumber éf lines to the square i equivalent to a reduction In priej . ¡*4j 101 like it wi HH on our rivr* ami inola* no e to run s. ts "... • ft ■ -;W r "í-. mimi ¥mm « PER Ar free to combat it" "Error ceases to be uaiigeroi< whem ©^cau^ m m ffieto ©ritan# esto n. PL: i ITBT Ik m pi mskJh/*"? tbi ! —"* yew, wUhia i sf U* di^ay-d unU! ■> ye tr. era may renin mo >i>y try moH .<t our the present* *rth< Pe#l it nulbmred to set d - idllet 10percent, «ra moneys tliey roiuit. J JO* Alt tetters must I* ¡«1 • TTTAII transient ndfertUnvnH mast l«> p.dd. hi t) the time their insertion U ecdcred. shed, and rpRIS A and of traj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 12 May 1853

p 'M . r Doabis Th£ Trinity.—The Hnmsville Presbyterian.I > jtflRIVAI flP TlE L0UKI1N1 \\ beihcr it I* true that Baron Rothschild ha, at the 7th Inst., aays th,- Trinity river, at Ciacin-' " W " - , a letter to one of our iellcw-citizens, oati, is now oat of her banks and rising. An expressing hw regret that the plans tbeir house extensive overflow is anticipated. term . tertaiíl with reference to the Galveston and The Kate passed down on Wednesday las Brazos canal, have prematurely transpired, yet ran frota Aryan's landing Qc^g^-iu^aacni-teñe FIVE MVS LITER FPSI AEW ORLEANS. t nt-vra, Hn I# to i uroborating, in the main, oar previous state- ment in regard to their design to make an in- of tone seventy or eighty odd millions canal, and extend it, via Santa Fa, to Pu- ■ >; with a view to secure the North Pa- lie trade. * iUt>i a letter has been received, we think it a heavy ri*e above, far hourly. By the ¿rritfal of til bv 3 o'clock Reports | CaP'- Tuesday it* dffwti—looked ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 12 May 1853

We take pleasure hi recalling to oar .vade, j The portion oí th¿ Memphis am! Charleston firt ©rifan Btrrrtorg. i#s of passflfa, simplicity ot er- . ,., , -jr ' ' . _ ' m^cai rffet, M onder " Law' ^ tiled. It tinges *e deep, fernJ i«' ■* 1o,e °r '> WisUure the Anide, -J&L-. . - cti XsLOtiC-ifiritvh wppa 3 innn ; thi (flnits hrwl nt fit i N. L. DIC KEV, if \jBrj5r0u ©íntist, old lío." 35. new So. Hi? C:;nal O St., K. Orleatos—sale possessor of Die patent right for t em that never «Aoaítl be sang. Qt Mr. Cooke wv'knov/ üathiítg further ihau that he is theau thor oí the «imple and beautiful Vtorain Fane. I lowéa thee long and dearly, Florence Vane ! My life's brfchtdream and early •¡Ratheoaa «(gain 5 i rem * in my vWon ~ H> hW*dear pain- ty thy rtjriftior;, Thf* .ruin ofclafid hoary, story, An indignado megtmg was held in Ciftcin- naU, on the 23ihfwith r#ire,B«arti>lbe conduct01, | Mayor Snelbabfcr towards a Mr. Kirkland, in i prohibiting hi*|>rea<*tiHi« The Irstil wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 12 May 1853

mi /1 .fuá! rv^rar llUtt a UHMC ll> I'r.rJ ytng, !o the i í rUiUkred a:wrüing to Act «f Congrí, ta t^j ytar l^J l,v J. S. Hocchto , M. 0., in the Clerk's Office of the . *■ Districtof Pennsylvania | *££ Court tor ■ • • ANOTHER ícibsítiwc WONDER GREAT CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! Dr. J. 8. í 'OlíCHTOWS ütistttts caros. , ¡O SOUfHWICX. importer of all kinds of lesrtfcefc S¡0« Straitd, Galveston, will keep on hand u full ¡ íwcX of baddíet'íi Shoemakers and Sand Leather^ a new ¡article of SVtog UÉltóf, Hoz Skins and enamelled'Le*, tber for Saddler, enamelled Cloth and Leather for Car- ¡riagi Tí 8a«ti,... ,—__—.—M gitd patent Caif Skins, Cci-du, L'r.iy and Baggy Hi Moje and Stag¿ ¿lames, Tanners' and Curriers' !,._* Atla C.i/4<4l;i iVvflfifn.illij fidilíliíir'Q í\¡ , Shoe maker's a tnd Ladies', Patent Crimps, French Like MElfHAL CAKI . DR. J. HANNAY" resptctlully anioniiíps to tlic ci'.iwns üjf^alvestoo that he haspermau ?*¡tly located ia Y «hete he otíérs in> pro rJ^ r d Oil; Saddle Orn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 16 June 1853

ggaaato*i i*.-- S. CARTER, & CO.J VOL. IV.. NO. 37. eountrs Caro . ílrtu Orleans GROCERIES, LIQUORS P-ori 'er.ct t MiaMe as i>> ir, al- ¡n Gov mmpTit f mmm OÍ na* tb;- S* *' 3¿í p;S U es iii wftich >h ifc o fícr ti li tac n b ? f Xffl j oí ií3 ¿eum* g't Ib : ílf Ut*f)HtO &{•- n¡ al' Fr.üiíe 3u ; t|j , oí : VL1IAHKKA HOUSE. VILLüNEUVE. Proprietor, Indian ota. Tela . 9at '.!* or board: Board per month, with lodging, « w Uno ut lodging, - - week, with lodging, Ka only, WISE8 A.tl> BKAKUMEtt. f i!5 00 -0 00 2 sxtcacrrt COCHAC C05W0 Bath Hou -.: attached to the establishment, of boarders. ... v=t I rs aud Game in abundance. always supplied with the purest imported uud Lienors. majS4-ly VW. tCViW,- Vx C Í82S SWISHER HOUSK-AssatUs, Tex . 1LLIAM PELHAM, having leased the above well known house for a term of two years, .. u .. .. ..... «pare no i*aios to make his guests as comforta- whing tl:« hiito.-v of the j b!e ut home. ¿ _ j«lyl2-wly I whhph «i ws o Effinsn /%., Sac ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 16 June 1853

county,) Republican of joar hogoa, They are wkhiog iaWth between Whigs and It matters not bow high the po- of the representative of democratic princi- s; h«rar «ride his fame; how commanding his !, or bow vast and magnificent tbe be advocates. He mast come op to the Hardshell" democratic ideas of or lose their support. As the Free- anrt other factions of the party the Pierce and tbe Baltimore Plat- acbiericg an unparralleled victory, the }d had concluded that for a time at least, all fraught with danger to the rights of the were at reM ¡ and bad looked forward to present administra!ion as one whose action ¡n regard to our foreign relations, and the great j questions likely to arise in relation to home mat- it of vast public concern would be uninterrupt- by dangerous sectional agitation, involving the ility of our institutions and tbe rights of the s®rfcf>' ÉÉ ÜH Barn *•.•••• - ing, tbe l|tb TBLIGRAPHIC ARRIVAL OF STEAMER PACIFIC. CMTOÜ STKABT. TrwUt ta Tulwf. iH Ohio there are th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 16 June 1853

J¡ÍÍS Hi A* —-■ ■ G&Vútfftou e*rt?0 •IMS, DENTIST, A PMCLMU1 ¡LstZTil¿%¡¡¡Zd*Ei??'£ .to0Ule1Co"ítIUil:r'" f u,e state «proposed. which Joint K«**luUon is in to . word* and figures following, to wit: dwelling "Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Be*<?" Í number oí •C«K AM LAXD A LARGE and desirable Dwelling, together with 13 aerea of Laad, i* now offered for «ale. This i the by Col. Rhode*, on the the city. The house has a rooms, servant rooms, kitchen, stable, i the staple are at about And hen we would take ocem ilate oar planting friends apon the fad, i here to N. Or- ports, to effect sale* for planter's r until a year or two base hi oar midst, t, as in N. Orleans and Mobile, buyers i and Baropean markets, with orders suffl- titñt le ha*e jxtreha*.*! doable the quantity oT cotton sold here the pat season—and anregards prices, we are able to Kate, from oar table, that durWg a portion of the year i New Orleans rates, and hare new , If we fxeept a short period, when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Journal — 16 June 1853

HOTEL! — i" • ■ ".r >¡~l mmm t •* -e A í$ Coffee and | [<K y WboWIe Grocer, Commistionand *. 55 Jtsw L¿vee, and 36 Com- Wlnes, Liquor* ít-J Wes- [nJt'wy and Gjtien.1 ,vier street, Ser. ftgyii Jjfiütw JO.HC*. Cotnralsaion M¿r Whal-j, Uu« Soup. Levee, Se* [mar33-wly *J. F.l BUM A CO., Commission and Fonrard- U. Coffae, Sugar and Melaste* Broker . Grocer*. 47 Magazine Street. Sew Or- i to Col. W. C. lacy, Galveston. [mar31*} > aso. h. walwokth Commission and Horwardinx H üi " X Or ÜL£ jmar31-wly I Sugar Parto and sar Foyd **, Kew Orleans. Be- DKJTTJU. tXSTROMRXTS. [Btrlgwj BBOCKLEBASK.j | leatkt, 130 St. Charle street, op-) • La&yette square, Sew Orleans, La. { e.lü-wy 114 St. Charles Square, S. SMITH, FKKD. IK. Se CTBCN S. KSAPP, |ESTAL SUKGEOSS, 104Common St., 'opposite the private entrance of the new St. Charles Hotel, Sew Orient*, are tfviug censfcnt attention *9 the practice of their proff*lon in all Its branches, according to the latest improvements in the art. TíwU ...

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