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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 31 December 1852

v" ', / ¡ÉL'**# fV'X- t i ii'I n: 1 arreár- ÍSent ^ as pressure, , permanent c« SoWp street. This Tras is i form and prir -possessing ¡ from «he obj*¡ otore in Í, being compar can be regulated 1 • over the hernial oj k*A 4... at all times, even Tremonu By its use. when BY HART^rr"',^ -T1H1S ¿X ± repaired an.l ral ice for pe accommodation of trt^cl a Iruss aud ap with every eont^nieif^. j .inncrerous practice* pnetois will spare no JWin^j^ who understa pledged themselves toVote jsa,is(acli°n o their patrons. v¿th the nature he State lo promote and arewt ?"PP,ied w,til {he best the ma%ithat the be¡ , to have a rtheir public property? communication from the ' Presbyterian. Allen in his speech on Thursday I thnt twenty members of the Legislature the Houston Railroad. I« this, it be possible that twenty of the the Went have commenced to iy the means of the State before has legally convened at Austin, to ily local speculation, and in ad- discusion of the propriety of the bar with the choi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 31 December 1852

The KaiA S M urttruy ii! 30. 185*. collection will to purchase with the to Hi* fall, the tanguj orator, cai oak brea! When we ant opou tl he «hook ol While the ' al Iwt cioeej. Let us some of the great events with chequered. The first that mention « the death of Henry .w^ca fa" ol years and among the illustrious "th the mighty dead, unexpected, to borrow warrior and us like the crash of a giant the stillness of the forest. t the proceedings atteod- when lor a season repitude of old age— fire was bnrning uoallayed . ,, , * [ within his eve arc reported quite{And kiS sieP J Uii stately, and his look M.beSn.rS«,e.„d:„ndwi|llthl, >•* ««*. r-toned voice of his, which rm. or op the Trinity. freight. the laai timi fall, channel ready to jalld Un, e<)_ as toon as the ivea'her . , ' . «"haihede i served and I e wdi receive the gratitude left fur the Trinity las! mon-j^'1''* ^"f5 and th® honored remem- Va«diington w31 lollow her at; j " 6 °ld chief sleeps receives the balance ot" her : ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 31 December 1852

i' m ICE, r December 30, j, ijwcumk. ->v, —We have ¿ ríémM active Í£f • * • _ exa , arn— ' i N**W a^i.alo! Ib. Canard «eeíoer Afric , dates from Liverpool to 1 lth A decline in cotton ; the effect oí which to produce a decline in New Orleans ol | for middling, the quotation tor that Safe. The sales on Monday were bales. In our market the gales of the week have been about 1600 bales, moatly taken lor Eu- ,„p«, « r.<«. above oar Wo^jjo^d^ -J & CO New Orleans. for nearly all the t he soith y littp &rtcatfe ZKrectorg. jSteto Orleamt g|Crecto*rj>« j. WHIG 151 Chart/es st Wholesale and Retail Genuine Popular fur Dalley's Magical ner's Cunadian V | Medicines, S. P. Tow; Sarsaparilla, «£c, <f-c, DruggiTt! sqppHea at proprietors prices «fc Os*TÍlOM, r. fSaictaiz. New CHAS. LAMARdCE.^* SLAVE DEPOT. 156 Common St. A'.'w Orienta*. nr.d special ag:ts iGood Washers, Ironeis. Mechanics F;e!d ain Extractor, Wl- Hands, &c., constantly on b and and offered on¡ fugo. Dr. Sherma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 31 December 1852

..: % . ■ ' ~ ' ■ r Wm k'"M este. 2t, 1852. Texas cora- e first co _ -It will be ob- r country correspondent, us with a refined We hope to hear from i: Sanco " won Id before had it not been acei- mislaid daring our absence. Shall d to class him among oar regalar ente. == -fe* Antonio and Mexican Gulf Rail Road. 3 We are happy learn from oar esteemed San Antonio correspondent, and the papers of that city, that the Directors of the above road have at last decided upon its terminas on Matagorda bay. relieving those more imme- diate interested in the matter from farther sus- pense and anxiety. From the well known character of the President and Directors of the company for energy, promptness, and bu- siness talent, and the harmonio* concurrence in the above decision by all the presses and citizens along the roate, we doubt not that the enterprise will he prosecuted with vigor until ihe entire work is consummated, thereby de- veloping the resources of one of the richest, most promising, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 7 January 1853

i Carter, Cherry & Co.J "Lrror ce ise> to be dan&erous. when Truth is left free to combat it" IÍAUESTM FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 185 PALMCTTO HOUSE, Tremont street, Galveston. Importa., i Count r\ Herciiaiis I GEM EKAL The Caloric Sbip Errjcsson —The machinery ofilii^ new and wonderful ship, the New York Herald *iy . com ¡noes to work to admiration. On the 19ih ins!., the engine tuaDc f< or turna of the wheel with the back action a' the wt,af' wil'' oni-v •eve" pounds of pressor*- With the hand the machinery could be moved with only eighl ounces press- ure to the square inch. Another Extradition Case.—The Brit- ish On n' al N**vv York, has demanded the extradition of Andbew Barr, who was recent- ly arrested by the United Slates Marshal, on the chart? - ofhafing murdered a man nam< d Dressseb while at sen, on beard the British ship Si. James. Phenomenon at Sea.—Cnptain Home, of bark J. W. Dyer. Irom Messina, reports thai —November 14lh. Int. 37 40. long. 16 37, at 11:30 p. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 7 January 1853

pf$"■J DITOS. frota any quarter UAV. JASUiRV «, .843. rgh railroad. announce M $EE- the Mayoralty of year. Ma*t Votkk . ice WILLI A fat the office of linvar. and bark .Rod from Bristol, England, 1700 tona railroad iron for the Har- DecisiON.—The Supreme of Pennsylvania hasdeeáled the case ol i Central Railroud Company ts, the canal, rot'the latter. the Trinity.—Capi. H. A. Bod- U8 from Troy, says cotton is fast, and that there will point this eeason from a 1,000 balea, which is hut a corn- year they are bound to -The steamer Wash- left for Houston on Tuesday evening, steamer Arthur left for the Brazos on ty evening, i The steamer Buffalo leaves for Lynchburgh to-day with freight for the Trinity. A gentleman just from Rusk, learned from the Dallas mail carrier that there was a rise in the Triniiy at that place of about three feet, with prospeet ol a further rise, as the creeks were quite full. The Nick Hill had descended as far as Hall's Bluff, where she was taking in potton. We hear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 7 January 1853

HHM '? irfw ' . - ' St " " ■•-,-, m . is. COMMERCIAL. JOURNAL OFFICE, \ Thursday Evening, January 6,1852 $ ¡eneral Remahh .—The trade oí the city is light, curing to the low stage of the rivers, consequent inability to effect shipments, market is well stocked with goods of all 5, at moderate prices. Cotton.—Since oar last review we have two later news from Europe, which simply re- prices in favor of buyers, without giving la New Orleans in the early part I last week, prices gave way |ajc. on lower but rallied towards the close of the week the sales of the week amounting to 62 000 lies. The receipts ot cotton at all the ports an increase over last year to same dates of balas. our market there has been but little daing, to the absence of cotton for sale—the in- lption of navigation on our rivers—the light at Houston andto the bad roads— ive left oar market nearly bare of cotton—quo- iens therefore are almost nominal, and we con- aue those ot last week. Liverpool Classification. . - 7 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 7 January 1853

«8111® -S ~ ' - Jtfi. -3SS swses «MgTlWlf lib niotran ftn , UfPfZe.l, DO well. Con- oT the vo- ri the . of Matagorda. • plan. Mm0U hi the ,that the Senator • s& iia«) not tea Irom Key Empire from cotton, pir in alt., and re- i would be for- Bark Pandora Orlrans, hint and alter being to the waters cotton on board. The. tm. in collision with t. Louis and sunk on board a Mr. iharked at St. and were on their lily consisted ol nine were l<wt. $12,000.000 will o 1' Railroad* year. f>. E<q. has been elected Irom Cameron county, to by the resignation committed suicide on the 10th inst. No canse for the rash act. cuoltra jn Ahalacwcula.—The Albany thitt a "raili'jnaiit and resembling the Asiatic Cholera, place. Within ten i the time the steamer Henry deaths had occurred; and ! no abatement at the time of ber < T T.— the Buffalo twen'y locomotives from that port about the close for the different Western Rail- V".« , — —Franres Fanny recently. Esq., late editor ot has be«n elec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 28 January 1853

# !«Xií O «Cb, We cr 5 ÍTBl 8*1 Ho, u **4! ít>* ninkls sotimi, HÜUHEP BIPRE88LY FOR THE COUVTRT IT CARTER, CHERRY & CO. MBCHAWIC STREET, GALVESTON, TEXAS. EPS?'"®? a iear- " P2^ « the time of «bscnbrag; $3 if paid within six months; and *3,50 if payment be delayed until after six m¿nth*. No subscriptions discontinued until all arrear- ages are paid. Ten copies, if paid for at one time, will be sent M any one post office for twenty dollars a year. Sabscricbers may remit money bv mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- ter. Post Masters are authorized to act a.s agents ttnd deduct 10per cent, on moneys they remit E3T All letters must be prepaid. CT All transient advertisements most be paid *r at the time their insertion is ordered. fftie SJourtial, =r VlT We are indebted to our representa- tive, tlie Hon. H. B. Andrews, (or a copy of ihe Tri-Weekly Gazette, containing the Go- vernor's Message. Car ;Clc Elf J the rill sed Saga Cotf tlams j Irushw I pints; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 28 January 1853

Hj * _ IITH. Editor. ites. finds neatly and promptly on tike most reasonable , containing impor- auy quarter ot the person procuring five paying xuhxri- ^ * tJuili reccixe one coyy grain. DAY, IAS. 21, 18S3. The Governor's Me—age. This document jt certainly rolurninoqs. So lar as it treats or national topics we can neither approve its tone nor spirit. The Governor after showing that he «ras not ignorant of the I tact that a democratic Congress had refused to make any provision for securing the ser- vices if volunteers, and hat! made no appro- priation to pay them, visits the omission—or a* he would regard it. the culpable neglect, not on the heads ol the democratic majority We are informed hy a gentleman who re- cently passed through our city of a suspicion pretty generally entertained in tome oi the Northern cities, though not openly expressed. are authorized to annonnce M. SEE- ¡in Congress—the real offenders; but upon I«K>s*ON a a candidate for the Mayoralty of!the Secretary o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 28 January 1853

FOR SALE. COMMENDED CERTIFICATE for a and Lab-r of Land, jan 27 DAVID AYERS. Galveston and Columbia Packet. 5 steamer ARTHUR. Capí. Yocno, will ran as a regular, kct between this port and the Brazo tuver. is substantially and well built, has good ac- imodations and experienced and careful ofli- For freight or passage, apply on board to Captain. [jan 27 WINES AID BRAKDIE3. in. FULTON dt HEKSLEY. ivlng and Forwarding Merchants and Dealers In Dry Goods, Groceries, &c. New building, corner of Austin and Commerce greets. Lavaca, Texas. may24. ' PAUL TÜLA5E* CO., —wholesale— jClojthing Establishment, No. 16 Chartres Street, New Orleans. Keep constantly on hand a large and full feoffment of Fashionable Clothing, got up ex- jrefsly fur the Southern market, which we offer 3 merchants and planters on liberal terms. Tclank Baldwin & Co., marl6—6m. No 66 Nassau st. N.York. w.r.v. i c? .f.v*c? COCRAC W P ROGERS ittorwey «¡te c«)(JüELh()8 at law. WASHINGTON. TEXAS. Will practice in all th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 28 January 1853

ünf^r.o'iit yritf _ "*•"■""" """ ' Ifcüli i in I i" each inhabitant to be-' 4 bU1 ^ this purpo^ was passed at the last : the whole system to re£ 80881011 of legislature. The circum- of the Legisla- stances under which it was presented to me, the people, for their approvaíoTreíe*¡- Me weU knowI|1to W 1 Presume to ?e " r J country generally. It is sufficient to state that Thi. cnr3ory view of the general proposi- HthT0°gh ""í í"."" Tí""1 0D ,I5,h ^ Jons contiinoH in th ninn "[ "T of January last, it was not presented to me un- i6" til 10 o'clock of the night of the l6tb of Feb- mge with zeal that the system if adopted would r13^? one hoar before thetimefaed «nvpHilv fj.rilitflto tha ««uopwa wouia b_ the legislature for its adjournment. Du- Srs?5 byiswere 're- ira hot Jraora- T. M «*ted for Executive act.cn, ink lraaraa - L, • .. ., , . ' BCJUBU IWT CiACCUUVe BCUCU, SO that it WaS im- urnnld nrorW "^dividual invest- possible for me to read over and duly examine ^u.a. 4u„ j ?. route3 °j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 4 February 1853

dn ill Wtifiís 3Jouroal,l EXPRESSLY FOR THE COUNTRY BY CARTER, CHERRY & CO. MECHANIC STREET, GALVESTON, TEXAS. —82.50 a year, ii paid at the time of ; S3 it paid within six months: and yment be delayed until after six months cripuoiis discontinued until all arrear- Ten copies, ii ages a re it payment be subscriptions ire paid. aa i J for at one time, will be sent 5ce for twenty Millars a year. w any one post i Snb*cricoers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- t-sr. Post Masters are authorized to act as agents ind deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit. £§T All letters mast be prepaid. All transient advertisements must be paid' •or at the time their insertion is ordered. Judge Ochiltree* Letter of Declination. Nacogdoches, Texas, Jan. 10thr 1853. Gentlemen:—Your very kind and fluttering letter of ihe 14th alt., inviting me to become a candidate lor Governor oí the State at the next August election, has been received. [ am very thankf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 4 February 1853

BJ-U !*** ;;> s*""*x jjpww* * ttt&MV gj of all kinds neatly and promptly * Ofice, on the most reasonable Qtrresptmdenee, containing , solicited from any quarter ünhed States. the five faying svbscri- ftu copy gratis. 3, 1853. for February is carpet of Solomon," is the " Proposed Colossal Washington," by Sar- itifui. The design is erected m lode ,, abound which moments to the memory of rcers of the Declaration of project originated by Col. of that city, and in a lair way of being successfully carried out. Graham has added to his corps of artists, evincing a determination to make Graham a monthly. We like Gra-ícaneé. Tom's Cabin." It I over, and he handles Mrs. Stowe without gloves on. In fact, he is down apon woolley headed literature generally.— Ten copies of this popular periodical wilt be sent for $16. Just think of it! Graham for i. R. Graham, 134 Ches- from the Jefferson Herald, tbit has been held to bail for his appearance at the District Court of Cass couli- to the char...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 4 February 1853

'OMMERCIAL. JOURNAL OFFICE, l Thursday, 12 M., February 3, 1853 \ qbjisbal Remarks.—Since our last we had several arrivala fronn the Trinity and rivera, bringing nearly 3000 bales cot- oi which the particulars will be lound in report of receipts. A number of planters merchants came down on the boats, but purchases are not to much extent. Qrders in the hands oí factors furnish the rioelpal part ol the trade. The stocks oi recrié* and other goods are ample and at grates. ? Cotton.—After the writing of our report & I , last Thursday, considerable speculative fliog sprung up in tho market, result- s' in sales oí some 400 bales, at an ad- loce oí' l-4c. Irom our quotations. On Iturday we had later news from New Irleans, reporting a decline on grades tfow 'good mid ling." of l-4c., which was al- ,elaimed by buyers here, but without a con- jtsion on the part of holders, as the samples ffbe arrivals noted above are not yet tabled. td the supply in the market is eagerly eht. By the arriv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 4 February 1853

"TM v: - lú:V-. v. i í ¿, , £ *' ' ÉlIlSI 3fcmrnal. 1853. imodatíng clerk of the «teara- peept our thank* for late New Orleans papen. We are indebted to Gen/8are Hooa- a copy of the Menage of the Presi- dent and accompanying documenta; alan, to Hoo. V. E. Howard lor a copy of the Report ol Patents lor tie year i our advertising columns Thomas 8. Oresham in Houston, where «jppiy planters agd others of likely men, anMaa and yirgin , Maryland. Ac., at aa they can be purchased in other southern markets, thereby saving to the bnyer the risk and expense of going abroad for them Negroes offered for «le a,t this establish- ment are warranted aotfnd, with the privilege of their being returned and the money re- fanded, if upon trial, the porchaser should be it will be children, m Col. Grecham, we learn, comes highly re- ímended asa gentleman having the ability and disposition to Ailfill all his engagements, and should be patronised by those favorable to home markets. td" The American Law Regi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 11 February 1853

;lg Souraal, LY FOR THE COUNTRY BY s. carter, Si CO. STREET. galveston, texas. -$2.50 a year, ii paid at the time of i $3 if paid within six months; and nect be delayed until after six months, riptions discontinued until all arrear- • paid. s. ii paid for at one time, will be sent' office for twenty dollars a year, may remit money by mail at our \ enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- ter? are authorized to act as agents' 10 per cent, on moneys they remit, letters must be prepaid. 1 transient advertisements must be paid time their insertion is ordered. • - .-v r By S. Carter, & Co.] vol. rif ©tic 3Joutnal. Speak Gently. eak gently—it is better far To rule by love than fear : Speak gently—let not harsh words mar The good we might do here. Speak gently-rrlove doth whisper low The vows that true hearts bind, And genily friendship's accents flow, AlTeclion's voice is kind. Speak gently to the little child, Its love be sore to gain ; Teach it in accents soft and mild— It may not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 11 February 1853

rflfllllfcl flftt 3ountal. H. H. SMITH. Edito*. THURSDAY, FEB* lO, 1853 Pacific Rfttltoad—Different Plans. The New York Herald discourses at length apon the feasibility of the various plans non the most prominent before Congress and the country, for a great national highway from 23* We are indebted te the polite clerks of the steamers Arthur and Gen. Hamer for late the Mississippi valley to the Pacific ocean. Colombia and Brazoria papers. iTl** The steamship- Mexico, on her last trip 10 New Orleans, had on board, as freight,, some 1.500 bushels Texas pecans. Stsa c* —Riveb —The steamer Arthur arrived last evening from Columbia, and re- porta the Brazos still falling. Col. Washington, who arrived on the steamer from Houston last evening, reports a rise in the Trinity, at his landing, oi fifteen feet, but the river tailing again when he left, day before yesterday. The steamer Jack Hays had discharged her freight up the river, and was at Cairo, on her downward trip. A letter from Capt....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 11 February 1853

¡^COMMERCIAL. Ihe I be Ihe JOURNAL OFFICE, ) Thursday, 12 M., February 10, 1853 J ral Remarks—We fcaye milling t to report. The accounts from the are rather discouraging, bul several are taking freight, and will leave on the advice of good water. Cotton.—We have one week's later news Liverpool to 16th uk, noting a small The sales of the week in New Or- 1003 sum up 44,000 bales, the market closing (tavily without change in quotations. Our ¿te during the week have amounted only to 0? bales, at rates said 'o he rather in favor /buyers, but without quotable decline. We e last weeks quotations. Liverpool Classification. ry - - 7 a8i I Good Middling 9|a9f ¡fiddling - - 8¿<z9Í | Middling Fair 10 a— Freights—Are somewhat easier. The te to New York on cotton is tc.; to Bos- n }c. is asked with light shipments. £xobanob.—Same as last week. York and Boston, sight, tal per ct disct. " " 60 days, 2a2$ " 4- >'etr Orleans, sight, par. a } dis. COTTON STATEMENT. Galveston, Feb. 5, 1853. Old S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 11 February 1853

1851. I or Gen. Cass on the tri- i convention, and 10 Hon. V. É. n copy of his speech on the ac- quisition ol Cuba. — Age," ever welcome be as attractive, as our most valuable ester n Texan has erection, by a joint on a large scale, in Such a building, ix says, is nil ices.—Valley, Guadalupe J. Perry win, p. m.j Cíbolo. coo«ty, J. M. Hill, p. m., both on Ci ""***¥ Icbdck.—We have the mournful the death of our much friend, M r. Lewis Luto, one of the , enterprising and highly re- port Bend county. TJTe Recorder, that the at the supper labie in 1 residence, on the evening of but the speculation by his interesting guest, was fired at by some by seven balls, ira- from his chair, supported arm? of the agonized partner of his the tracks of a man g from the garden gate into Nothing had yet ' the murderer, although a family I been arretted on suspicion, immediately. On the ion meeting of the citi- at Richmond, M. M. Battle, at which resolutions were ' adopted, pledging themselves to to brin...

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