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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 June 1851

* • í.:.f • ~ 3? 4*. -;i V¿ ■I ■ mm >- % :rv ottrnal Gibson & Cherry, Publishers. "Error ceases to be dangero when Tyuth is left free to combat it" J. M. Gibson, Editor. NO. 15. GALVESTON TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1851. $2,50 A YEAR. CDc methis journal, PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOU TUE COI JTRÍ BY GIBÜO.V di CHEKR V, mechanic stbeet, galveston—tex a 3. T*m*—$2,50 a year, invariably in advance. Ten copies, if paid for at one time, will be •ent to any one post office ior twenty dollars a year- ' Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Master. Port Masters are authorized to act as agents and deduct 10 per cent, on all moneys they remit. . £3- All letters must be prepaid. All transient advertisements most be paúl for at he time their insertion is ordered. General Agents for the "Journal." Rio Grande City, Quintana, Brazoria, San Felipe, CkappeU Hill, ChappeU I Brenham, Washington, Anderson, Belleville, Austin, Wheelock, LtdepemJence, La Grange, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 June 1851

Cde $curnal. MONDAY, JUNE 2d. 1851. FOR GOVERNOR. BESJAMIX II. EPPERSON, Of Rrd River Cmnty. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. GEN. E. H. TARRANT, f : r f U District Cockt.—The District Court for this county, Judge Meggmaon presiding, com- menced its session last week, and has already disposed of all the criminal sorts on the docket —none of which were of moment. Chops.—Gentlemen from Austin and other points in the interior give very favorable ac- counts of the growing crops of cotton and coro. 53* The Telegraph says it is estimated that over 2000 bales of cotton have been re- ceived in Houston within six weeks. The roads are good and teams from the country are arriving daily. Scp&eme Court.—A private letter to the editor of this paper, tteted " Tyler. May 8th. 1851." says : " The Supreme Court has been in session about four weeks. '• There are nearly two hundred cases on the Docket, of which eighty or ninety have been disposed of. The Court will continue in session for several weeks to come...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 June 1851

m v .-J? frípfe á© Mr. Webster in Xtw Yurk. While at Sfw York with the President Mr. Webster w¿u prevai.ed on Jo a thirty tiie citi- Ztun. which he d: 1 it ¡he tulknvúíg u-r:as: of New York—tJ der tin' of ti.-M orr.¡I will he pro- me to *iy what I have to^iy i.¡ t vtJf> lew word-;. Y.hi h Vv •u *erp'>'cl here togive a cordial welcome to the Chief Ala < ! the co juiry, and in the i.iw ¿union <*xte;.«: .! to hita V«hi have Ik u pleased to u*H>eiilr thoee who have asBHted him in ihe ml niuis- trationof (he Government It w< u! ^ nei:Iter be gnMpful nor decorou*1. gentlemen. ¡or ate to speak of i.int—oi* h¡< rmr;¡s. his dc¿erts ol big devotion to fhe U uon, aud <>i that single- ness of heart with wiiich he pure .! whatever he tbiuk* calculated to promote the honor, the interest , and lite renown oi the country.— Bol for those who have assisted him, I may perhaps he permitted to say that on all gr at national questions, in everything touching the peace, the harm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 3 June 1851

For Governor. We are authorized to annoance G-n. T. j. 'Cha m ceíis a a candidate for the oilice 01 Qovroor oí the State; and to say thai he will shoitlv give hi views upon such topics of public interest as he may consider most important to the people. For Lt. Governor. Eg' We are authorized to announce Colonel MATTHIAS WARD as a candidate lor the oíñce of Lieut Governor. |^" We arc authorized to announce Hon. C. G. KEEN AN of Huntsville as a candidate for the office of Lieut. Governor. For Congress. We are authorized to announce General McLEOD, as a candidate 10 represent the Western Congressional District of Texas in Congress. iar Western papers will please copy. We are requested to announce Col. V. E. HOWARD, as a candidate for re-< leetion, to re- present the second Congressional District of thi* State, in the Congress of the United States. Wc are authorized to announce Capt. G. K LEWIS asa candidate for Congress, to represent the Western Congressional District in the House o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 June 1851

Cs < • ip~ ft* tóíiB #ÉÉÉ /HERRY, Publishers. '•Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left fi;ee to combat it" J. M. Gibson, Editor. VOL. II. NO. 10. ; '¿¿as. GALVESTON TUESDAY, JUNE 10,1851. $2,50 A YEAR. fffie ZFeritlg Journal, PUBLISHED EXPRESSLY FOR THE COUSTRY BY GIBSON Ói CHLRRY, MECHANIC street. galveston—texas. tiousness, bofh abroad and at home, his accus- or specifically charged him with seducing the daughter of one of his (Gen. W.'s) lrieuds, and subsequently being compelled to return Terms $2.50 a year, invariably in advance, his victim's letters to him in behalf of the fa- Ten copies, it paid lor at one time, will be «eot to any one post office for tic tut y dollars a year. Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Master. 5 Post Masters are authorized to act as agents and deduct 10 per cent, oa all moueya they remit All letters must be prepaid. , cr Ail transient advertisements must be paid for at he time their in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 June 1851

=r # For Governor. Ill The Sabine Canal.—We would suggest Cljc journal. MONDAY. JUNE 9, 18.11. Sabine bay, with an estimate of the cost, at j the earliest period possible. There is every _ ■ reason to believe that a considerable portion . j of stock will be taken in Eastern Texas; and Storm—About two o'clock this mornif.g a on account ot the great extent oí country and strong gale sprung up from the North West j number ol people interested, it will take seve- which startled our citizens and made the dust ral months to canvass the mattter, so that it and «and fly. The wind afterwards changed may be generally understood and the people to the North, and in about two hours moderat- ed; a light shower laying the dust. We hear of no accidents except a trifling injury to Central and Brick Wharves. Capt have an opportunity of subscribing. It will be readily perceived that there are many reasons why the matter should be pressed now. The disposition in Eastern Texas to Fowler, of the Palmetto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 June 1851

* r #otei and Decisions of the Supreme Court, at Galveston, January Term, 1851. J.P. Smith ta. Tnt State of Tex Writ of Error from Uu District Court of Goliad la this case a motion was made to the Court, below, on rhe information oí A. S. Ctitining- í a3. | . The election to Congress of Robert Ran- tonl. in the Second Congressional District of Massachusetts, has had one good effect at least: it has made a party resolutely aod pub- licly committed against the Free Soil opinions which he advocates. Previously, although there were three candidates in the field- Whig. Democrat and Free Soil—the declura- , • . , ... . fioosol" doctrine of all sides were a nsat ¡¿lac- tam and \\ m. S. Glass., two practicing attor- fory OIJ thpge Bnr afler Mr. Ran_ beys. for a fine to be entered up against the j touPs open detection to the Free Soilcrs. the plaintiff, in error, for prartisiug law without j convention ofthe Democrats in this district license. The plaintiff, who was defendant in Itlirew ,lir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 10 June 1851

sita S IS Wm* LT. • the oífice oí he vill 4 m announce General to represent of Texas in i will please copy. I to announce Col. Y.E. for re-election, Co re- ional District of this of the ÜDited States. inounce Capt. G. K. for Congress, to represent al District in the House Election in August next.— known in the Western particularly in the Rio re a recommendation, will evince their esteem August election. to announce Hon. B _____ i a candidate for re-election as Representatives of Galveston county in * 'ture. We are authorized to announce O. C f as a candidate for the Legislature, are authorized to announce Mr. H as a candidate to represent this county in our next Legislature. We are authorised to announce Dr. JAS. B. A1ILLER, of Richmond, as a candidate to re- present the Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Fort Bend, Austin and Washington of this State. " are authorized to announce Hon. GUY YAN asa candidate for Representative to the next Legislature of this State, in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 June 1851

r ■ •. • i > ■ '' \ • * ': ■*r®r I , , ^xV ' v — A ; " t V " ' ' * - ' * J,f i •■ mm s S' fi S;*?f V-"; I - . - —. ~ :. ^ e' 4^naimbuilay¡w^ ' -- ? • —ww—1111 ■ ivipm'i— ' 4M" * ■ . > ' ■■v w; t- - • - ■' 0nriiol Gibson & Cherry, Publishers. ' Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it" J. M. Gibson. Editor. IX+, ] VOL. II. NO. 17. GALVESTON TUESDAY, JUNE 17,1851. v.:.;'-. •?• $2,50 A YEAR. WetklQ 3ioumal, PUBLISHED EXPRESS LY FOR THE COUNTRY BY GIBSON ¿Í CHERRY, MECHANIC STHEET, GALVE3TOK—TEXAS. Terms—$2.50 a year, invariably in advance. Ten copies, if paid for at one time, will be «ent to any one post office for twenty dollars a year. Subscribers may remit money by mail at •our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Master. Post Masters are authorised to act as agents and deduct 10 per cent, on all moneys they remit. idr* All letters must be prepaid. 83p* All transient advertisements must be paid for at he time their insertion is ordered. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 June 1851

m ■ •: ■ •• ! the unfair ; portion of ibe DeM. , it ú proper to infounded allegations of Texas Press that favors guilty of a crime which by her she punishes with a heavy a singular Legislature that is, severe penalties for theft i i candidates who take the liberty I as burglary, and ily heinous! under false ¡Üng 1 We gislatore of '47 ¡ WpPlWR i candidate for the to annoonce General candidate to represent lhSina W party rfiflflnlf CoL V.E. of this M||gíÉ^igMl> (WynB Hon. 8. re-election as county in HM T"íí a announce O. C* i for the Legislature, to annoonce Mr. H. ¡ to represent this announce as a candidate to re- ct, composed of the and Washington, >announce Hon. GUY i a candidate for Representative. : of this State, in the county [Commissioner. announce Thomas office of Land election. That a creditor should be abused be- his due is not accounted ! That a disinterested have bis motives impugned for advocating what he believes to be justice, and necessary to the preservation of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 June 1851

fflsssm,: NB !Sfc«b?!JSir ~?f?2 w ' - •**'^"V **""" ■ ' - - 7m * ■_ *??•••• r- j | '. • •'•>«.. ■. , aí d i be maimer of the fmp- eoo*t¡iai«a in law*valid ther* was no eacepínm I mtranent from or in<«.n*i«>nt wi h r should not \<e rs<*l« l*d merely in " the f« rio «tf ^tatin-r the Jwt em- The a<"t c«> M*<*rnin2 discount* or 1&4U, p 62. fee. 2j «l< es not le ¡ In* present That «et i ap- when it is roi>osed to prove Hems p^Tmenf. We are of opinion th;«t t!>° evidence of * * " 1*r the plea, and that error in eieiuumg it, for which the '.«* reversed n 1 the c;iu;*e re- manded for farther pr *-eed i«tgs. Galveston.F>Vy II, 1*51. WHEELER. _____ . Awother Excitemextik Boston.—Accord- ing to the Timest. ere was quite a:i excitement in Bo* ton on ihf 2l«t nit. It h<u heen rn- mored that an enterpri-i ag female wa« to ap- pear on Washington «tree! in lite Bloomer córtame. Many of the l«# t men turned out fe t the woman did not. The Times asks : "Will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 17 June 1851

I • - Mí « ■ Mm lumal. JUNE 12. 18«1. M. T. Johnson, candidate for Governor, has addressed a Circular to the voters of Texas, i «ill be found cm oar first page. New Obleas .—The arrived yesterday, and the Pampero to day, from New Orleans—the latter bring- of the 10th inst. A Steamship Every Day.—This week, it appears, a steamship leaves New Orleans every day lor this port- The Mexico left on Monday; the Pampero on Tuesday, and the Fusilecr was to have left yesterday; the Globe is to leave to-day—the Yackt to-mor- row; the Galveston oa Saturday, and the Louisiana on Sunday. Success to steam navigation—prosperity to Ours is sorely tempted to be a iveling community. Reduced Fare from New Orleans. The Globe, to sail to-day irom New Orleans, for this port, carries cabin passengers at five dollars and fifty cents, and deck passengers at two and a half dollars. Now is the time for the Crescent City folks to visit Galveston, where they will find as good society, better sea bathing, a cooler...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 June 1851

- - , ^¡91 M B mm u st-wisi'* ' .y M H i . = j |g ] ^ ^ y ^ ^ ^ . ,MÍ ===== . -;v, wkíms :-„^ ': '¡^ ■': ; \..V ; , • ' •-; -:- í-;/-K >1 riBSON & Cherry, Publishers. _j."_ -J r ceases to be dansreróus, when Truth is left free to combat it" ■■■.-- & ¿ ';5 ^ .:• 4 i - <> i =. j. m. Gibson, €isb$ n. NO. 18. pvpip^* vr-*i ->f ' 1DAY, JUNE, 24,1851. OP; V- ig journal, FOR THE COUNTRY BY GIBSON Si CHERRY, mechanic stbeet, galveston—texas. Terms—$2 50 a year, invariably in advance. Ten eopies, it paid for at one time, will be «est to any one post office for twenty dollars a year. ; ; : Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk; if enclosed ia the presence of the Post Master. Post Masters are authorized to act as agents and deduct 10 per -cent, on all moneys they remit. net- Allletters must be prepaid. , All transient advertisements mast Be paria for at he time their insertion is ordt red. Genera! Aeents for the "Journal. Rio Grande City, Qni/Uu><a, Brazoria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 June 1851

' "|pr" ■3K I ?J.r^:"v-'' | /v*."; >vi%SC MOM DAY. jrcrWE «. 1M1. day, from day for New Orleans. Fusileer, am bay, and lelt Orleans. P«OM Maria Burt am ved on aix boors from New Orleans. We are oi to Mr. Edward* for files of late I Later from New Obleans.—The steam- ahip Pampero, Capt. Wells, left New Orleans at 9 o'clock on Thursday morning and an- chored off oar bar at half-past 8 on Friday evening. She came4to the wharf at an early boor on Saturday morning, but had she been ÉMe to bare eome in on Friday night, would have made the passage, from wharf to wharf, In thirty seven hours. She is probably.the fastest steamer that touches at this port. We are indebted to the Pamperoofficers for late New Orleans papers. 53- The attention of the traveling com- munity is called to the advertisement of the Galveston Hotel. The proprietors, we are as- sured. will keep a good house and furnish as good a table as the market trill afford. The Fototh o* Jult will be celebrated at Sour Lake with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 June 1851

t ÚscUlons of the Supreme Court, January Tern, 18S1. Ctnousi Eintii and Eltsha c ) EtntoL *. Aiim'r*. to. AptwU'u ■> From AwtJh Comity. ▼«. Wil E. C*c*f, Appellee. } Xouoa la Dmbdiw- The aDDellants, a* administrator* appellants, as administrators of George Hr. Reynold*, deceased, sued the ap- pellee and another upon a promissory note made by the appellee and others, and indorsed to the plaintiffs, as administrators of G. W. Reynolds, their intestate. There was a judgment for the defendant, and the plaintifi" appealed. No appeal bond . large crowds, was given, and the appellee has moved todis-1 were §1.400. miss the appeal for the want of a bond. The question is, was it necessary for the appellants, being administrators, to have given aa appeal bond 1 And we are of opinion that it was not. SI;' The act of 1840, (4 StU., 128, Sec. 58,) provided that, " in all cases of appeal, from any Court in this Republic, it shall not be ne- cessary for executors, administrators or guar- dian , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 24 June 1851

1 fel I i §Éf For Gnvcrt'or. ftf" Wi' an* a'jfhanz'- io anno'iBC2 M. T. JÓHNSON 01 Tirratit cour.tv pf a candial for the rfl.ctí oí Governor ítt the Aug j*t election. Wt' are authorized to aauo'ince Gen. T. J. CHAMBERS as a candidate for- the office of Governor of the State; and to say that he will shortly gire hi* views upon such topics of public interest as he uiay consider most important to the people. . .. . j./■ 3":'1 For Ijt Governor* EST We are authorizes to announce Colonel MATTHIAS WARD as a candidate for the office of Lieut Governor. m~iT We are authorised to announce Hon. C. G. KEEN AN of Hubt&ville as a candidate for the office of Lieut. Governor. For Congress. tW We are authorized to announce General HUGH McLEOD, as a candidate to represent the Western Congressional District of Texas in Congress. «3T Western papers will please copy. X~W W* are requested to announce Col. V.E. HOWARD, as a candidate for re-election, to re- present the second Congressional District of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 July 1851

M s* #* -fit. (3i OHCtlftl Gibson & Cherry, Publishers. '•Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is left free to combat it" J. M. Gibson, Editor. VOL. II. M 20. GALVESTON TUESDAY, JÜ# 8,1851. $2,50 A YEAR. &t)t journal. THURSDAY. JUliY 3, 18S1. |tjr* The mail steamer expected from New Orleans on Tuesday last has not arrived. It i« feared some accident has occurred, which has delayed her trip. 53* For the liberty we have taken with some of our advertisements we hope to be ex- cused Jur once. 53 We publish to day to our readers, the memorial «f Wtifiara Alexander Esq., ad- dressed to the Congress of the United States, praying for an impeachment of the Hon. John C. Watrous, Judge of the United States Dis- trict Court for the District of Texas. We also publish the certificate of the present and form- er officers of that Court and of jurors who have served there, having reference to some of the charges contained in the # memorial. The whofe matter so far then as it has progress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 July 1851

' violence." The proposition then that condo- nation forms a conclusive and perpetual bar against prior cruelties and outrages against law, and there would have been no error had the refusal of the Judge been placed on that ground. I do not deem il necessary to examine, in . detail, whether the facts as presented in the infcise pl^uij^ uw^ooct ¡ngtrnclion were sustained by the evidence or latter, whicn may oe uweu aoL There was no proof of conjugal mter- course between the parties. Their being in Of a felony, or capital crime, the statute a cause of di- of a child by one of the by the other is sufficient, not ie offence, bat for the outrage upon of the parent and consort In matri- of the irrelevant , Í' * to entitle the plafniiVf to a divorce, and there was no error in overruling the demurrer of the defendant. Nor was there error in permitting. at the trial, the marriage tc be proven by common ite and by the cohabitation of the parties. was fully established by such . the fact of it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 July 1851

Hew York Correspondence. Nrw York, June 23,1851. Editor of the Journal : A moggy morning, with a promise of rain, which h much needed. We have had great Weather for ■trawberries and cherries, but there m no great earthly good without (like (he new three cent pieces) considerable alloy. The continued sunshine, so favorable to the fruits of the season, has been equally favora- ble to the increase and longevity of worms and catterpiliars, countless numbers of which Telegraphed to the N. Orleans Picayune. Later fbqm Europe. ARRIVAL OP THE AFRICA. Arrival of the Steamer Africa.—Rise in Cotton I New Yohk, Monday, June 30. Anticipated War in South America.— Dates from Bogota to May 29th bring intel- ligence that war is anticipated between New- Granada and Equador. It is expected that Pt-ru will render assistance to the latter. The President of New Granada has ordered force of 10,000 men to the frontier. From Bermuda.—Late advices from Ber- ftre having a high old time in devouring the \ mud...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 8 July 1851

iaPl T> * f - í , * ÉMímí* ' :':^k ■ m&mte.- convention framing a constitution tor the State of Texas (vide Journal of the Convention, p. 170,) we gather the following data: . > •: ■ 1 111 mMmM House of RejrettntatJTM of the Unite* States. William Alexander, a Texns. and a member ts of said State, ¡ of the right possessed in citizen of a tree govern- for a redress-of grievances. constituting divers ot Commissioners of the in violation of their official the law, did make and issue í certificates of head-rights (toper- t entitled to the same, and to fictitious " to the amount as has been officially t oí 21.331.764 acres; ami by means of or forged assignments sold them in the market. Thw having been made known to the Congress of the Republic, various laws were enacted to obviate the evils resulting from the conduct ol these Boards, and to pun- such persons as might attempt to make the frauds perjuries and forgeries ot the same, of gain, and among others " An individuals conce...

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