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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 19 November 1852

. sif •■*!? 3outnul~ LY FOB THE COÜ5TRY BY W. CHERRY.; - ^.^Ij IIC 8TBBBT, GALVESTON, TEXAS. —5-2.50 a year, it paid at the time of 5 $3 If paid within six month*; and f meat be delayed until after six months " — discontinued until all arrear- are i copies, if paid for at one time, will besent office tur ItneiUij i!nlJo.rs a year, may remit money by mail at our ' in the presence of the Post Mas- are authorized to act as agents 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. Ill letters must be prepaid. transient advertisements nrr*t be paid time their insertion is ordered. . M , . ./ 'V ■■■■ JW tmn j ir. ¡MU J /Í'íf Ííírf I, 4 v?jy W-. rfr ■ - i: í . ■m¡u KH--I . Itfef.1 Í ii 13/"> ¿. .5..; Ü 7\ : C&t Sonrnai. Daniel Webster. Published by W. Cherry. voLfflMHlHl "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Tn4h is left free to combat it" I 5 th 41/Xfi, JS. SYDNOR wit! receive on or before the • Joth inM. a large stock of good?, and as it GALVESTON, FRIDAY, MEMBER 19, 1852. [ Terms IS PER annum- na ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 19 November 1852

edito , "JOURXai/* fo| 18 . reekty and Se mi-Weekly Joarnal will be zjournal of news as weH as a political f; and it will be the constant effort of the proprietor to make it acceptable lo aU classes. The latest intelligence Inm ail pacts of oar eoan- andjxher nations, will be given opon the ar- rival of oar Meaner*, with all matters of local interest. Weshattkeepo«rreaders "postedup" - with what is going on among the politicians of •be Union, and what is important from CJoogress and the .State Legislature, fío paws will be ' the earliest and «post reliable re- ket* domestic and foreign, and labors for the Whig party, and 1 a right to expect the support and patronage of 1 whiga, if riot of national and conservative We shall improve the Joomal from jast in proportion as this patronage # Ttim: /Semi- Weekly Journal—Published Monday's and Thursday's at #5pcr*M um, affording superior advantages to advertisers. Weekly Journal—Published every Friday morn- ing at 1250 per annum, and leaves ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 19 November 1852

■ .. ..... MMERCIAL. eolift at cnm- who the aad m y lork to live JOURNAL OFFICE, Evening, November 18,1832. \ Remarks.—The trade of the city has wwo rather more animated daring the week. The Trinity Hirer is reported to be in fine nav- igable condition. The steamer Washington left this morning for Magnolia, and the Jack Hays is advertised to leave on Saturday next for the «ame point. Cotton. Oar latest advices from Liverpool are to the 30th ult. The «ales.of.the week were 118,- «00 bales, of which 57,000 bales were taken on ¿peculation—prices had advanced from § to jd. In New Orleans the sales reached last week the high figure of 73,500 bale —25,000 of which were «old in one day < Monday)—being the largest one ■day's operation on record in that port. Prices - had advanced Jc during the week, and the mar- ket closed in favor of sellers, the bulk of the pur- chase being on English account. The sales here have been confined to about 1000 i>ales during the week, and, as noticed la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 19 November 1852

-'■'a á 1 "■ ' • the í o i! > w Ifi^Cai from titm by no róenos com - i malte iúch addi- futuré re tu rus from the different rountie* may warrant; though w0 have but little hope of giving jour readers the tru •mint Anderson. State lor «him time. Our seem to be content with immediate neigh bor- le to give .¿he re- e or adjoining counties, interest many of their ig the vote io different Municipal Taxation, and Subscriptions for Rail Roads. As if no plan ol constructing Railway in Texas, should go anrecommended, the ^y^oflate directed to the enterprise of a comrau — atfVid ntf r.a Annrtl Al ni !nPI has its advocates. We «aw it stated some Pmm the If. O. Bulletin. ^ The ¿Mantle and the Golf. The attention of the public mind has been uication, either by railroad or canal, or rather by both of these means of transit, between the Bexar, Brazoria, (2 precincts.) - - Brn - - - - - - - Cm it I well, ------- Calhoun, - - Crf^Rittl, — — — — • y Fa^eite, - - - - - - Fori B«-nd. - - - - - Galve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 December 1852

ANIC ..«Eft, w. ciibbbv, OAUyesTO*, TEXAS ig«V4^T0°s ^«í-M o^,-^ h*. ¡r .«tajT . SKSÍS^M m^ÜÍST^ ""«""¡«l to act as age„B 1 per cent, on money they remit. Í«^ All fetters mast be prepaid „ 1 ®&e flonnral. P. T. 1 R,les tor tieeen in The following rules by Barnum, which we .copy frond Freed ley'a 'Practical Treatise on Business will do doubt be read with special interest by those who are desirous of succeed- ing in business beyond ail perad venture: I can scarcely expect to ofler anything nciv on the subject proposed, but will name a lew rules that I am convinced, from experience and observation, must be observed In order to insure success in business. 1st. Select the cm of business that suits your natural inclinations and temperament -—Some me are naiuraMy mechante ; others •have a strong aversion o anything like ma- m Term * , 6 months RATES O Published by W. CHERRY. I Efror ceases to be dangerous, when'ruth is left free to combat it" m. ni. GALVESTON, FRIDAY, )£CEMBER 3, 1852....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 December 1852

' " .. • Editor. I trill be of news as well as a política] and it 'will be lie coostant effort of the to make U acceptable to all classes.— i ^ " i ajl parts of ourcoun- { giren apon the ar- iQaUcrs of local lap" the politicians of t Congress will be i reliable re- ft ad foreign, and lor the Whig party.and the support and patronage of r national and conservative Te shall improve lie Journal from time just in proportion as .this patronage W-. Weekly Journal—-Published Monday's and 's at 85 per annum, a Sorting superior lo advertí.*™. ^mnM^irPublisbed every Friday mora- at 82.50 per annum, and Jeáves for the rior of the State on the day that it is issued. To clubs of five or morje, we will make a deduc- tfOB ot twenty per cent, froni the áitoré'Wkés, il\ t*Minadyance. Suhi£ript ónj from individuals and clubs are respectfufl^ Solicited. We so- licit subscriptions; and Lhe aid'of our friends in procuring them, believing the papers we offer well worth the price a ' ' ' r *4" - ail kinds ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 December 1852

MISCÜLLAITEOVS. K ¿ State Policy. fte late whig convention at Tyler, the! r"í ananitBOU*ly ol , CoWOBEGatlOtlAi. MeTHuniflTS — Thit 48 that, ewuy? <o the ¡restnctions ta «or the name we learu troiu the Georeia DaDer# tion. as relate, to Jmnluog and inter- ^imed by a body of peojrfe ¿n that Stare who' improvements, we were fcept Jar in the have seceded from ifteMe thodist E n£¿«5 k ground ol other States, over whirh we ¡Church. In their published declaration t£y future, Arkansas Railroad.—The stockholders of Uie Mississippi. Ouachita and Red River Railroad met in convention in Camden, Ooa- ehita county, Ark., on Monday the 8th ult. Eight counties were represented in the Con- vention. The friends of this road, guys the Camden in a pre-eminent degree many natural i «peak of the itinerant system as havin* done n * ,,,,B ,uau« ««y* *ne ^amuen vantages. " jrts work and lost its efficiency • thev obiert to!Trare,,fr' we* encouraged by this , therefore, passed resolutions to urge, «he Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 December 1852

E ' * ■ .1 mm mm** *• ew Orleans Trinity. i eMRfgeted the long «tie two warehouse* at the The other two are Capt. Thomas i charge of tfifc lightering business, annoccsmry for us to say to those with him, that ño exertions will i on his part tp prevent any deten- ' "" " " ^ " ' flrJfeg) the polite of steam- jwper*. 53*Ve have to acknowledge the receipt of «n invitation from Capí. J. Y. Lawless, the steamship Texas, to a banquet on ird of his noble ship, tomorrow evdning.— From the pleasant time we experienced at a similar gathering of iadtesami gentlemen, on hoard of the tame vessel at New Orleans, we doubt not this mil also be a'grand affair. f„ ' It I. The Frettfh $liw*ter at Mexico, M jLuvttswtser, has been recalled by his Govern- menj, an^ prill ¿pare jo ijhe Pecemher packet. V^T The citizens of New Orleans have set aside the ninth day ¥ ÍJtM-ember next for the celebration of appropriate funerpj ceremonies in respect to ihfc Leroóry of the deceased statesme n. Caiho^n,.Cjay nnd W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 December 1852

- •fc-p ron, ■ ) a year. j#s Jr- *•* ,":v5-J ':>■* 'Vi-,-' ff*. 3ggE£3 [3^ ■ >¿Ww-, &* •. , g N risk, if . Ur. 1 be paid Mb. in mere rui dMi y*ÍMr ÉÉÜN - «r- ■ÍÍSwKP VOL. : ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it" GAÍJESÍOO 10, 1852. [« $2 50 PER ANNUM NO. 36. have their existence only hi tí Such, for instance, is I he expression pat in his i " On the 24th of Octabe Daniel Webster will be uttered such asente 1 will tell you one those who heard it will rlbre dying, while Ijing in a h apparently unconscious, except -ed. of what was parsing around still,and solemn * the tornh, he e forth, not in the low, weak voic loud, clear Jh the ~ Life ! De. pierced the farthest startling those who a trumpet. Shrouded thai vast mind was stri theme f Life mid Death. An exchange remarks: We have not seen the coincidence anywhere noticed that Mr. Webster was not the onlv 1 great man. to whose mind 41 Gray's Elegy" has occupied on the eve o I leath; but we read lhat when ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 December 1852

-JtfeUP |-:fí - -l.LJL.aL í " JKfit SouotíL ■■rnin'.ii mi ' i ——■ H. H. SMITH. EDITO . Job Prluting Of all done al :ae Jwwmal tenes. f - * ' VidanUtry taut news, United St .—At our request, Dr wiib the fol- particulars of an occurrence bappeo- r a day or two since: On Tuesday lust, in this city, a young man named Woi. C. Stow, recently from Buffalo. New York, discharged a pistol, acrjdently as I. the ball entering his skull a little ive the tell eye, passing ns is probable through the external plate of his skull, fractu- ring its internal, lacerating its lining mem- brane, and brain, to some extent, and jodging from the hemorrhage that loliowed during the day, the ball must liave taken a downward direction, lacerating the soft parts of the baue of the skull, and in the region of the neck.— This is not offered as entirely a correct diag- nosis, as the author has not had the opportu- nity of proper investigation. The young man still live . New Steamer far the Trinity.—We learn from th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 December 1852

*fha following Parody was written by [voong tatly not a hundred miles from this city, [¿per awaiting^vainly the expected arrival ()f''he Farm of Únele Sam." just "published In ■ _ • ! Lou Inn fhna '.tnalvauj .«L„ A ! • u. American Characteristics. Mr. Casey^m hi* work, -Two Tear* on Lr beloved 'Sammy" from the country. mnd¡iLo"^ «*>" «nalyw* '¿e American charac- ter «liiiquizing in this wise—'How tasteless! « \r Mlm7"8 ** *" « to the life. Rend i the boors roll along—Hope defered 'Ei,al¡lh"¡^ ®!I2lh in dr «s—ihe ,k«h the hem «k.-Why do,,, h^col , "l '—' '™- - D-t— , had just been reading 'Pannv Forrester." of course her whole soul was bubbling er with poetry. "Sugar coated" a young in and rival of ''Sammy's,*1 ha u been cted by the young lady alluded to. Parody. Who is it I so highly prize? The one on whom my soul relies ? While gazing on whose lovely eyes, My heart was taken by surprise ? Sammy. Who was it took me to the springs— Who on the road talked pretty things— Who bound m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 December 1852

gfte gottrggl. tí. SMITH. Euto . 185 2* to the accommodu- fbra ge of late New Orleans papers. 53^ Tfco steamships Texas and. Perseve into* have not yet arrived Irom the West two since. brig Juno, Capt. Bank E. Kaoffman A Co. on the 4th insf., from 100 German emigrant The Thjxu Planter, to say to the citizens of eral oí the most subftan- Brazoria county stand ready to a targe amount jo the above as it reaches Oyster Creek. Texas. the l/>ne Star s, owned by Mr. ,ed by fire a week is a great ios to Mr. ¡veranee and in- enough from his ) a fine press and mate- pJeasact and convenient shop and residence of I were also burned, and but for ■ oí rain, the South side of the been entirely consumed, have been the work of >n iri human iorm. irn by a Jetter from Mr ' the editors of the Civilian, that igton are making lauda- to reinstale him, and doubt not of our city will respond to in starting another paper which he proposes to make equal to any in the Stale in size and appearance. A£r. L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 December 1852

Wly *o the rs is 'Hit, medic« *NS. louse, profit |i* en- ring: Irices, |Mus- ilish pash- the rrape jlleb kiyle: reii'.'h and Irtain pioih, ?ers; Jaco- ices. |r of; all land ibr'd i¿ inels Ihain punt; Ler- and lost cot- ^ens, > can thar- the I'v rcE, fol- sell shed its; Irs: i#ero«W8 journal, fCBUHED EXPRESSLY FOR THE COURTRY BY W. CHERRY. MECHANIC STREET, GALVESTON TEXAS. TERMS.-gJ:5° a year, it paid at the time of -sobscnbmg-, R3 if paid within six months: and g3,50 if payment be delayed until after six months No^subscrijptions discontinued until all arrear- risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- ur. Post Masters are authorized to act as aírente tad deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remiL pr All letters must be prepaid. CP" All transient advertisements must be paid for at the time their insertion is ordered. £tje journal. ournal L>a Grange. It will doubtless interest our readers abroad to hear something, now and then, of the pros- pects oí this place. Beautifully...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 December 1852

i beensepnralod call to the Presbyterian Choreh to learn that hs bmtrriMd «alsly r duties charge ^gS TlC MATT BBS. una. — The ffrowntvill* a letter from a friend in Rio Grande " informs k thai Mr. Van Bibber by lb* In- entirely the India lie despatch to (he New •latea ibai Mr. Rusk has ing tor all the enma- sen tbe United States n Minister and the He- ve to tba aggressions * the title of Lt.«Ch*neral been introduced la both grants ol land are called for in finror of different States. Senator Chase asks that all unsold and unappropriated lands * lying #ithw Ohio be granted to that State, and Mr. Qwin, of California, calls for larga grants in aid of the Pacific and Mississippi Railroad. Considerable debate has arisen upon the reference of the President's Mea- Elcctiom Resolt ii« Rio Oasnac Vav- irr.—The American Flag has received suf- ficient retaros from all the counties in the valley to warrant the assurance that they have all gone Democratic, though oaring to rty, by mush «nailer i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 December 1852

xL pare « SIS, COMMERCIAL. JOURNAL OFFICE > Thursday Evening, December 16 1852 J General Remarks.—The trade of oar city con- tinues good, although we may soon expect a larger amount of business with the interior, whenever the arrivals from the rivers report a permanent boating stage of water. In most of the leading articles of produce, prices have rather an upward tendency, with the exception oí flour, which is a shade lower, owing to large receipts in New Or- leans. We take occasion to remark, as we have done in previous articles, that our quotations in oar Price* Current refer, as the heading indi- ¡ from store; and as a targe ma- readers are planters*, we give the biHs of the size usually ordered be filled at the stores. The whole- sale or cargs prices, we do not report, as opera tions of that size sskfom take place, and price* do not always become known. CotUm.—Since our last weekly report of the cotton market, we have still later advices, of an unfavorable nature. The increa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 December 1852

anil Afefll fKlMB «WHO TDOK ■Thiis amo«t t the hut the _ the in proportion lid nevertlie- ing to higher expectation i accustomed to will increase, canee, and from in popolaüon Department its exponte*, and that iy safely rely upon the contin- preeeñt cheap rale of postage. ' messages 1 have, among other to the const b propriety and necee further legislation lor the protection and piiuúbmeut of foreign consols residing in the U. 8.; to revive with certain modifications the «id of 10th. March 1833, to restrain unlaw ful military expeditions agttinst the inhabilanu of eonteruiinous Slates or territories; lor the preservation and protection from mutilation or theft of the papen, records, and archie ves of the nation; for authorising the surplus reven- ' te the payment of the public of the time when it will be- come doej for the establishment of land offi ees tor the sale of the publiciandsin California (he Territory of Oregon; for the con- of a road from the Mississippi valley to the Pac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1852

swsMPP ?¡* * ■ Fres Soil Democracy.—The Portsmoat (N.JL) Mercury reechoes the «oggestion of | the Wieconsin Free Democrat and some other Free Soil journals, viz: that the Free Soilers or Free Democracy—if they prefer that appel- lation—should have an early convention, say in September next, to make arrangements for the Presidential election of 1856. There ap- pears to be no disposition to change the candi- date of the late campaign, but to pot forward Mr. John P. Hale, act upon the agreraive, call in members from their parties, without asking where they come from, and " go to work with a determined purpose to succeed in 1856." Goon Luck at Last.— A few days ago a deposit was made at tne United States Mint in Philadelphia of gold from Australia, the first that has been received there, The Bul- letin states that the depositor was a young man of this country, who has been in Califor- nia two years, but was unlucky, and made nothing. Tempted by the reports from Aus- tralia, he sailed fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1852

— obi., mm* frjBSijji^jjBSa ~H—¡i" SM — t one copy frmtu. Lrrr«i/a Linso Aae.— Thi excellent wcrk. ín ly- It Journal* of the new and old world. In the tjle last number, now before o , we eating Monthly The Christian >rver, Bombay Telegraph, Domestic Matters. Henderson and BurkviUe Railroad.—At a meeting of the Directors oi the Henderson and Burkville Railroad held at Henderson on the 22d alt the following officers were elected: James W. F la najan, Esq., President; S C. Thompson, Secre'ary; and Col. Allen Bird- well. Treasurer. Immigration—Thet Jefferson (Tex)Herald says that daring the last few weeks it has ob- served a greater immigration to this country than ever before. Female College.—It is proposed to establish a Female College at Huntsville. to be onder of tho-Texas Conference of the Me- Chureh Sooth. $4,000 have already subscribed to erect the buildings. So says the Huntsville Presbyterian,which doubts not that the Metlmdist Church will act wor- thy of the denomination in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1852

JOURNAL OFFICE. iy Evening, December 23, 1852. I Remarks—We have no change to note ! to the business of the city since our Tí.—In oar last we quoted a dull mar- prices. We have since received ts per "Arctic" to the 12th inst.. of a favorable reaction in the Liver- t. This gave confidence in New and on the day of its receipt the sales 15000 bales at an advance of 4a 4c., and following 10.000 bales, at a further ad- jf jc. The market closing at latest dates ¿alar prices, with an apward tendency. sales during the week have been small, reaching 500 bales at irregular rates, jote as follows: Liverpool Classification. iff - - 7|a8 I Good Middling 9 a9i I Middling Fair 94a94 hare no change to note in the rates of! 5t and Exchange «Orlcana 2lirectorg. Z. d. sash. o. williams i.t.barstow j. AtJRIAXCX NASH, BARSTOW „ (Successors to John Adrianee.) r>n Go°!& ^'Gthing. Boots and Shoes, Crockery and Glassware, Hardware ^utlery, Iron and Steel. Sadulery, Hats and Caps, Books and Stationery...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 December 1852

t r / /'/ T H. Editor. ú* neatly and pro_r... oa the most reasonable " r™w6 DECEMBER ,0. , (or here a few days She is a fine looking boat, 130 feet f, wilii two.engines, and will leave to- IflsESaH - \t , on 8a She is to ran river, in addition to the Gen. in that trade. Tbe Arthur vessel, well adapted to route, and expected to carry 1200 bales m, drawing four and a halt feet water. The steamer Star 8tate. Capt. Webb, led for the Trinity on Saturday evening last. The steamer James L. Day. Capt. Talbot, arrived yejjf erday morning I rom New Orleans, and left same evening Tor Matagorda bay. The steamship Texas, Capt. Lawless, left for New Orleans last evening. The steamship Perseverance, Capt. Forbes, leaves this aftewoon for New Orleans. ■ | | ||———¡III I ■ ■■Ml I ■ ■!.■■■■■ ■ I ■ " ' Removal.—By reference to the card of Doctor A. L. Plough, Surgeon Dentist, New Orleans, it will be seen that he has removed his office to the corner of Canal and Bonrbon streets. Review.—The Deeetn- of t...

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