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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 18 February 1853

Ir. WetWs Síouraal, EXPRESSLY FOR THE C0ÜHTRY BY S. CARTER, & CO. MECHAHIC STREET, GALVESTON, TEXAS. rt£E!?2?& a y,ear'" Paid at the time of jibing-, $.f it paid wnhiQ six months; and! !Iayn?em ^ delayed until after six month* I subscriptions discontinued until all arrear- d. . en copies, if Paul for at one time, will be sent ay one nost ofhce f >r twenty dollars a year ibscncbers may remit monpr m«:i " . (are pan Ten copies, If >an Subscncr ers may remit money bv maiufoar r, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- p«t Masters are authorized to act as agents ind deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit, letter* must be prepaid. jy All transient advertisements must be paid or at the time their insertion is ordered. OUnt ft! By S. Carter, & Co.] kelnlb ©he journal. The Law of the I.,and. "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it.'' GAülSToO^ 1853. \Term& §2 50 per annum. noth hargkove house. CHAPPELL HILL, TEXAS. Terms ol tue Semi-v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 18 February 1853

m Cfjc 3oumal. H. H. SMITH. Editor. Job Printing of all kindü neatly and promptly done at the Journal Office, on the most reasonable terms. Voluntary Correspondence, containing impor- tant news, solicited from any quarter of th< United Sutes. A Any person procuring five paying subscri- bers to the Journal, shall receive one copy gratis. THURSDAY, FEB. IT, 1853. Wbat Railroads do.—A friend of oars, who leit this city for Cleveland, Ohio, a short time since, writes back to us a glowing description of the improvements which have taken place in that city and State since he left, a year ago. <Sfeveml new railroads con- necting with the city having been completed, the place has grown rapidly and improved very much in appearance. Chicago, III., is now connected, via Cleve- land, with New York and Boston, as well as with Pittsburgh by a branch road from W Our thanks are due to Gen. Rusk lor j Cleaveland. Although property in Cleve- a copy of the Report of the Secretary ol land always ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 18 February 1853

er pickled beef as any Stale io the Unioo, and grow the animals with as much facility! To cure the meat usually requires a little pore care, and that is all. While we thus import these essential arti- cles we cannot thrive. Let us see the farmers of Texas put it down, as they can easily do. Let us by trial and experiment acquire the best method of preserving breadstuff* when made, and thus develope the susceptibilities of the land, and keep our money at home; and let every one do his mite towards the con- «truction of rail roads and the facilitation of cheap transportation, by which our great and varied productions may be distributed and ex- changed through the State and the surplus <?ent abroad in exchange for such commodities a* nature and climate require we should im- port. This is a fruitful theme for our profound consideration as a people. Gould we aid in «w ikemag attention to it, we should be proud indeed; and notwithstanding the general lacta referred to, we have the plea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 18 February 1853

Souraat. FEB. I«t IBS*. to our Re- Hartley & i and a copy of th« M with accompanying ' Engine. «"gFv. í The New York Times publishes the lucid explanation of this wonderful invention, given by Capt. Ericsson to hit guests in the late trial trip, which m «o much more «twfactory thing we have heretofore seen apon -The great free .-By Br.- it wiH be seen that tl , Capt Ames, with a cargo of 17,000 feet lumber, be- of whom 45 are slaves, Thursday last Irom Wilming- sr Morris, Lieut. Stellwa U. 8. Coast Survey, arrived at from New York on Friday last. Prisokbbb Escapeo.—We leare from the Chronicle, that Mosely, the from Shelby -county, charged morder, has made his escape from the in that place. There was 9 new key had apparently been to him from the outside, and it was with this key and a small piece ol iron, that driven back t he bolt of the door, and escape. -Steamers—Advices Irom Wash to Thursday, the lOlh inst., mention river as rising. Steamer Wm. that morning lor Quintana with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 25 March 1853

22?«fcii? journal, EXPRESSLY FOR TOE COUMTRY BY S. CARTER, & CO. :hanic strf.et, galveston, texas AS.~92.50 a year, il paid at the time* of ing; S3 if paid within six months- and 13.50 if payment be delayer! until after si* months N« subscriptions discontinued until all arrear' iges are paid. Ten copies, if paid for at one time, will be sent 0 toy one post office for twenty dollars a year Sabscricbers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- post Masters are authorized to act as agents ,od deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit pr All letters must be prepaid 11 transient advertisements uiust be paid ¡or at the time their insertion is ordered. ®be journal. Mall Items* Ex-President Fiiimore, accompanied by ], .family and a portion of his Cabinet, on hi* "¡«it to the Southern Slates, was expect- ed to arrive at Richmond, Va., last Thursday evening, by a special train provided lor the parpóse. Quite an excitement was created recently in Flo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 25 March 1853

&bt SouraaL !«'■ ■■ fu—."O *to . Voluntary Correspondence ♦ant new?, solicited from United States. THURSDAY. MARCH 24, 1853. STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION! Hu oui-pt, „ dreadful loss of life!! • H. SMITH. edit o a. — 1>i t ~ ~" ■ M i , - _' Last nijrht, about 11# o'clock, while the doae at the Journal aad F°mp<'y fcteamboat* Farmer aod Neptune were ran- mi me journal Office, on the most reasonable ... .. . . f . r _ . ning within a tew hundred yarda ot each contaiaing iropor-; other, just off Pelican spit, the boilers on board any quarter ot the 0f the Farmer exploded. carrying aivay and 1ST Anfperson procuring fite paving suiter i- blowing to atoms almost the entire boat for- Journal, sAaU receive one copy grqtii. ward of the Indies' cabin. The number ol ===, lives lost Is not yqf known. It is estimated „u ^ | that there were from 30 to 50 persons aboard. Putnam s Mo.itblt, A Magazine fíf fully one-half of whom are dead or missing. find Artf is a recent ^Ooly three persons in the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 25 March 1853

Storm al Columbia, Ga.—A terrible [storm «wept over Columbas on the lOtli and «luring the space of ten minutes did Immense damage. The Culumbtis Times of the 12th inst.. in feu aiming up the loases sustained by tl e storm *ay« every house in the city suffered damage from five to filty dolían in fences, chimney find glass, which will amount to no les* thai $25.000. It seta down the injury to goods, from leakage, at 815,000 ; and the damage to realesla'e. $26 730—making the total los* b\ the storm, $66.730. Another Route Opened — On the 4th inst. the Rock Inland and Chicago I^ailroad wa>* opened from Chicago to Peru, on the lllinfii- river, thus putting St. Liuis in steam com- munication wiih New Vork by the northern route. It is said this route will enable pas- sengers Irom St. Louis to reach New York in 31 days, instead of five days as heretofore. The scarlet fever is represented to be alarmingly prevalent in Boston and its vi- cinity. Ano'.her exciting affair occurred at Brown's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 25 March 1853

MITH. editor. latter* in Waahlagtoa. Washington, March 9.—In the Senate to- day Mr. Clayton continued hi* speech on*he Clayton and Bulwer treaty. Mr Douglas will answer him to-morrow. The Senate went into executive session, and confirmed the appointment of Mr Webster as President Pierce's Private Secretary. A few consalar appointments were sent in. Commodore Stockton's bill for the reor- ganisation of the navy did not pass. Washington, March 10.—To-day Senator Douglas replied to Mr. Clayton. The Senate went into executive session , and adjourned until Monday, no appointments KS-Our thanks are due the gentlemanly' being sent in. officers of the steamship Texas for ff. Orleans I learn on good authority that S. D. Hoo- lavors. ' * |verwi!!be appointed U.S. Marshal for the kinds neatly and i on the most reasonát , containing i any quarter procuring five paying subscri- . shall receive one copy gratis. MONDAY. MARCH 21, 1863. We are iudehted to I he'polite clerk of the steamship Jas. L. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 April 1853

e £2Fccfclj> Sour na I, **,0 EXPRESSLY FOR THE COUITBY Bf S. CARTER, & CO. JIBCHANIC STREET, GALVESTON, TEXAS. TEKMS.-J&so a year it p;,¡,| al theiimc oi .otwcnbmg; S3 it paid wiihin -mx months- and J350U payment be delayed Until alter six lu.Hitbs No subscriptions discontinueu until all arrear- ages are paid. Ten copies, if paid for at ooe lime, will besent to any one post otfice for twenty dollars a year Subscricbers may remit money bv mail at one risk, if enclosed in the presenc of the Post Mas- tur. Post Masters are authorized to act as agents ¡ «nd deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they remit vr All letters must be prepaid. AH transient advertisements must be paid ar at the tim • th *ir insertion in . * Wi*d. Terms of the 9eml-W tor By 8. Carter, & Co.j TOLTiil " "Error eease> to be dangerous, when Truth is lelt free to combat it" O Cljc Sournat. GALVESTON, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1853. [ Term* $2 50 per annum. lili 8ABBAT1I EVENING. BY GEO. D. PBr STICK. How calmly sink...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 April 1853

tin- «.-• •••* -w^ . WITH . Editor. fc-ST Í { Caleb R. Robinson wa* found the bay &horer about six mile* Mr. Dineklockér and son.—- been held, and the verdict of the was, that be came to his death by in type, we learn bodies hare been found at Ed- ir Red Pish Bar. A watch was of ibero, bat neither were recog- ■ buried there. (Mr. J. Brock.) and Jury verdict found yesterday, say that Mr. came to hi* dejth by iajories I at the tiros of the explosion of the r, while engaged ia racing with >,on their (rip from Ho ¿atoa to Gal- the night of the 231 ult. —, appeals to be not a tittle trouble •cracjr of Extern Texas, owing ■of Coa ven! iocs that have been contemplated for their district, ia for Convections tney will have , before they arc done. ; titleless have been unable , to get up even a single j!y hope for a convention ia, that im of the three companies to put forth an address cou- philippic buried in tha I«u me**age / Cuacad, and other elegant ex- i the same pen; and thus arou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 April 1853

f J' f /It 'ft. / / / jfe fefi RCIAL JOUHiN'AL OFFICE, ) Wednesday Evening, April 6, 1853 \ of the week has been mostly conüned to wants of the city. The Jack Hays and Waahlng- are op for the Trinity, bnt receiving freights very COTTON.—We continue to reeeive favorable accounts from Europe and New Orleans, bat operations here are restricted in consequence of the advanced ratea asked by holders, placing cotuns out of the rendí of many of the orders in the hands of buyers. Oursale for the week are 1474 bales, and stock offering about 2,600 bales- The «les of the last three days have been very light, the quo- given below being the asking rutes, and cheeking •ales as we have already remarked. Liverpool Classifeation. Ordinary, . ...... "iI Good Middling,. . 913?0} Middling, .. .. **** I Middling Pal^'. • lOillUf Deau CoUou, lt>otlS|. Freights—To New York, {c. Boston, le. Einuisc.— Kew York and Boston, Sight, . . . par® i p eent. dlsc't. " 60 days, . . . 1|®Í « " Rew Orleans, Sight, ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 April 1853

PI' ü;- Sf-s : will leave fear the attention of DcCaap She has a cholee se berlina. B. P. Tan ken ley. of Hoos- by ahorse to bi« death. ¿©curing Southern Trade, merchants of Baltimore bad a meeting on the 21st alt., for the parpóse of adopting «easare to establish lines of steamers between Baltimore were appointed, and among tioa was adopted, that said Corn- red, the first to to Southern cities, resident there, for their disposition to the contemplated steam liimore; the other to ap- to England and Europe i a further examination into the rob- in the Galveston Postoffice. , jr., a clerk in tbe Postoffice, tn the first instance, was ad- by John 8. Jones, E&i, the ü. S. - of Bail and affidavits, in the sum that several losses by mail that bad not been reported to tbe Department now in this purloined, in the aggre- to considerably above what stated—31.800, "VVe feel assured, from the efficiency of those -tier will be thoroughly sifted—, will be spared to trace up* the Hie they are a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 April 1853

Terms of the Semi" Weekly Journal. I Subscription (invariably in advonrr)l2^ vinvl-t; m¿LJJi - R llsiiS<ui*re.1 iKaeb La form- al at a rr ■KWm -s ,:> iuf'n $1 will iMsinMM the a^ vr the tim deduction until all time, wil] besen; * a year, y mail at ottr the Post Mas- ar-es lor will prove in r-UStoni of ib t. ill this greater nambeTof lines to the .« al, which is equivalent to a and the hái.k s<h?*bk introduced, will admit under rt advertisements herrtoiorc to act as a^enti- ys they remit. By S. Carter, [Term* $ 250 per annum noTl Truth combat erous. VOL. IV. must be paid ordered. palmetto mouse, Tremont street. Galveston. Afleto JI&De mttctovv. gtcfcj 0ririiit0 mvtttovs iltm <®tlcam Bimtorg, 3JctD. (Orleans Strtaotg i and TaH Want SOU I eatt action— ByO. t. omsby. THIS eüt-ibijiainicnt haTing been thoroughly repaired a ^novated, is now open for the accommodation r boarders, with every eonveni- proprietor wilt spare no pains "n't «óünd; I Tt!S2*** b¿ !?iyr«T with ere*y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 April 1853

.\V^ —1— St. Cha8i.cs Hotel, New Qrkans, \ April 9th. 1833. J Qn Saturday last, I attended the commence-j xhe ciril war was still raging. The attack on |v ~i~ Origin f the Law Department of the University the city was expected on thetollowing day. The **** Ontano'm Canada Louisiana, at the Lvceam roumof the Citj foreign residents, with the exception oí the Amer- , &*> **. «**•? * sr*•ci,r Degree of Bachelor of Laws upon twenty-three j 18*3. rersles arising fn: of the various Ra much amusement, and bickerings are J ft sincerely hope that the granted by our Legisla bold ot by capitalists, and the acy exhibited in can y ing 1 roads as has been Railroad Company. • of the Telegraph is very j his reflections on Mr. La- we know anything of Mr. Lacy's that he has gone quietly a survey of ¿is contem- under the petsonal su- Forsley, an engineer of cs- r, with a view to obtaining a If, as the Telegraph as- capital in New Orleans the execution of the work, we is quite as safe in bis calc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 April 1853

gotmtai. The Wall of the Sorrowing Mother. !Jh£rci?test° a distressing woich s -suH íresh ui the recollection 01 public. It is the production, if we raistak* n :, ot an amhor whose name is honored wh-r- —- American lkeratare is known : i tu my only bov ! A |e« within the casket of my heart. *£<SZ) That from its fountains «tart. How has the silk?n cord Of m> unspoken love been round him thrown, Binding to pare affection ev'ry word And smile his Up hath known. Day after day his foot Fleet with the lithencas of unfettered vouth. Came to myear, «oft as the tuneful lute," Or apáce-wiad from the south. But, O, he eomes not now! 4 i!r.£/0nJ' mcn7 laughing eye, And U e pore radiance of hi* sunnv brow, ere things of earth, to die. ' Death, to the gentle child, c C:*'y_yt w,y *fa' pereü aeeeiits, such as blend, Sometimes with angel forms, whosa faces mild Above the death-couch bend. The living wreath of Fame, 1 nation for his sire to wear, v\ users to dint,—and Glory's proud unbim But s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 15 April 1853

p 11811S' Paff, there is uo oiescion ? take upon iqe to General News. The ship Nestor ¡an, which arrived from Caa- "^«ÍXirS - ' N«- Vurtr, a low d,« ^ fourteen hundred tonsol tea. From thu- Jfctfiñ Slat- Garete j CHANGES 'N THE BtJiS OP fsvájt UiVF.US Narrative of JElniajio Carcia, Tho Mexicans aiul Indians have a tradition' >' hadoii board i Captore,í*9.&e Qtmm&e Indians three «píes j that the Brazos, Trinity. Colorado and other i J** 1 ' ' from R&majtboid one near ago. ; rivers of Texas were, about eighty or a kui|-j The Midnight Visit. W 1 I, IH53. ?, Agent lot Suiith <fc Pres. ) iioe' from .arrived city on amount Correspondent, or Advertisement from the Party Tjie Critic. We are gratified in being able to announce to the pqhile that a scientific treatise on newspaper pufl's is now in preparation tor the press We think that such a treatise will be eminently use- ful. In a conversation with our friend the au- thor, in regard u> his work, he informal us that ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 May 1853

^ lid for at one time, will be sent ice tpr twenty dollars a year, may remit money by mail at our * in the presence of the Post Mas- Masters sre authorized to act sgcnu duct 10 per ccnt. on moneys ibey remit. ' AH letters most be prepaid. All transient advertisements most be paid time their insertion is ordered. journal The Child's Garden. .Beneath the budding lilacs. A little maiden *i¿he«l— The Ant flower in her garden That very morn had died. A primrose toft transplanted, And watered ererjr day, One yellow bud had opened, And then it pined away. 1 thought, as that child* sorrow Rose wailing on the air, My heart gave forth an echo, Long bound in silence there. For though time brings us roses, And golden fruits beside, We'K all some desert garden Where life's first primrose died! A Funeral Oration for Haynau. .the woman-flogger— "Weill" dear, and gone to— FilVATK BOA RDING.-The undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens_of Galveston and travelling community that she has tak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 May 1853

SSB == O It. [The following communication, in relation to the loss of the steamer Independence, on her pas- 1 MAY I, 1863. we no- rvening in be «íi- briek *tofr, and the ti small )«rn, also fences &n<i of Tuesday even- to piping, to not b*"n able, thns far, to add of the Steamer Independence. to San Francisco, left this city in li« of sage from San Juan del was written by a fri< January last for board of the Inde aster:] \ At half-past 5 o'i of the I6th of February, 1853, the' steamer Inde- pendence struck a rock. I was laying in my berth at the time. It caused such a shock that very many of tbe passengers rushed on deck half dressed, no doubt thinking she was going to sjnk immediately. I lay still a few moments, when tbfe pásseng^s began to come down after their clothes, saying she had sprung a leak and they were going lo run heron shore. I got up and dressed myself and went on deck', where there wak a little excitement among th¿ ladies, but generally there was much compo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 May 1853

Beto ©ritatwr Bírectorg. " Tke aWxed poem, is, evidently oí NewEng- A HWe Worth SoiiA.ig.-A few days a-o off land origin; and. no one can read it wiihont be- MontStuk Point, a m >n*rous whale was caught folding belore him the impress and image of * , c ,to )>ro,,§bt to this city for exhibition —e of those Pilgrim Fathers who, as the reore rL $e *oa<se is Io* being baiit near the east natives of tl e Puritans, founded the eld Colo-1 him sXre l°°' andaUoa raiiroad haul of Plymouth Whilst we write, we see 'The! Thi> monster is abom fifty feet Ions ed Pastor lefore us: The po^m fa erviilt«l ' weigh nearly lortv tons. A «teamboat to regard for the purity of thought and piety it j SjíSi l° lOWñ .bi™ jaU,J>°n- Fo'*r. hoau'fift? £££$ • lOSl 10 I he COI!flint KlM urknltukm w*c itklafa I«>ia# 1 nffor •( tlia Iaw<mI nrífn¿ jirtt) ©rleans Directors. | licto Orleans Directors. WATCHES & JEWELRY. HOTELS, BOARDING &C, Watrhmakm aad Jrwrtlm. Atiratioa ! an I *np- [ T>...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 May 1853

1 .1 'fl ■ \ H. Bsll m a ta. and I bj sketches oT the events in his career, and at all events by a wood cat of his hegira troca Comatgo: of hfipself indiffer- ent characters; and of the most interesting of his associates oí I oth sexes. Gale. Tuesday morning. May 3. gales ever experienced [ oar city yesterday aAer- o'clock, just as bar paper was go- has been done to the f hipping in port, and all the wharves are more or less iqjnred. We learn, also, that a vbip which laid at anchor at the East end of the island, has gone to pieces, and all on board supposed fo be lost. A house owned and occu- pied by a Mr- Jordan (carpenter) was blown own, burying In the ruins bis wife ¿¿id.child; >uh were extricated, .Utf ú « feared the child I so severely injured that it cannot survive. Many other houses were blown down, bat this • s the only personal tojnry we have heard of. fa oar next issue we will endeavor to give aU is sad disásteri about to visit New at the new dry gopds ep- Simpson, and'...

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