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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 July 1852

. - —Y- !' . • ' 1 ir TU COCJTRY BY Y. __r, it paid at the time of within six months; and lyed until after «is month?, ' ioed antil all arrear- ii at one lime, will be sent : for tmxiüaf dollars a year. i may remit money by mail at oar (if enclosed iu the presence of the Post Mas* authorized to act a& agefcts ' cant, on moneys they remit. 1 letter must be prepaid. advertisements must be paid r insertion is ordt-red. Sfottrual. For the Journal RAll/HOA IN OBNERAL. i and Colorado Railroad In Particu- lar. I ¡¡ftr. Éditar: —I am no political demagogue Jering lor your suffrages, bat an humble ¡vate citizen, with no pretensions or desires • public office; yet, proud of my birth-right, a freeman, of our common heritage, of our i institutions, ot our unparalleled pros- r, iñdomilaUe enterprise and energy as [nation, a "band of freemen," whose motro "union and freedom," aiming at''universal rhoodFueling a putriotic zeal and Je in the glorious future of our already ring State. I have ven...

Publication Title: Weekly Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 July 1852

¿«rS 2. Journal will be Odious com pa veil a a political' effort of the all classcs.— of local i Congres will be liable re- : and foreign, and .. iT i Whig party, and ! patronage of t of national and conservative [ improve the Journal from as this patronage -= X The Richmond Enquirer, the powerful or- rin Virginia, say : We admit that and captain—that he try, and fought well—i wilt ever hold htm in ready so t for his couti- dier Jul -il- ls: Monday's and , a Abiding superior i \ Friday mora- saves for the the day that it is issued, we will make a deduc- • cent, from the above rates, it (from individuals rally solicited. We so- the aid of our friends io the papers we offer ¿St- , *.-*r W. CHERRY, * Proprietor And Publisher. y papers that copy this prospectus i will be entitled to receive the Semi in exchange, on sending a office- all kinds neatly and promptly Office, on the most reasonabls ' the subscribers to the Weekly it in miod, that our terms ar¿ at the time subscribing; $3 00 ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 July 1852

New Yerlr Correspondence. June 28, 1852. I The Providence Jimrni.l sfiy*:*' nal of Commerre .indthe New'Tortr evening , , .. P"«l uiúte in the supporto| Gen. Pierce, the Wall treet in scandalized this morning by former because h« is pledged to tl'e Fugitive d P. Nexson. Esq., a res- Slave, Law, the hitler hecaoee lie is not. for alleged frauds upon the . fthcr any díttculty in proving it po- ... ,, r «non. with the arrest* [ > ;; High Phice for Pork.-—Sales ol W -i mess ■ frauds, and the police of; . i telegraphed to lay their J!?. k BHIl,in?or\.0f? the 281 h . . , $20 per barrel, the highest price t pause) upon a number known in that city~for yean. a wide-spread association of w. , _ . . ,. , , . , What oea-going vessel ts an editor most arrant . soldier's claims. &c.. | üke ? A clipper, to be sure. Oh, scissors! ¡ara has been cheated out of f, • . , a . j , * ,f rumored in Washington that the red thousand dollars within the Southern Presi is about to oppose the derno- A sin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 July 1852

XI KíltqrUl Correspondence, laat we weté in error Hhat twenty-four ease* of cholera Port Lavaca in twenty We bare juat net an acquaintance from that place and Port La- ly frae from cholera, and > i« again reviving, liable tobe writing us from Rich- y, under date of the •aye; "The weather for the paat aa fine aa could be wished— fer ae well ae cotton can—corn all in this vicinity." n a ay.—The editor the following apology. of late baa been given upa good ii, and nay o continue lor some We can only «ay, by way ofapol- ar did ol his prayer—it is not oUen troublesome ia thisway. The Presi- n* but once in four years, a favorable opportunity to discos* of interest to U e public, which are Itle regarded at other time ." That paper, "of late," having "been given up a good deal" to advocating the claims to the democratic nominee lo the presidential chair we presume Gen. Pierce is one of the "many things" alluded to, who is " liable to be little regarded at other timet." We learn from the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 9 July 1852

iW:' • Cftc «©etftis Sournal, UB1HEDIIPRCSSLY FOB THE COCJTRT BY W. (HEIIRV, WECHAÍftC UTBEET, GA1.VE8T0W, TCTUB. TERMSr.~83.50 a year. Í! paid at the lime of Tibios; S3 if paid wilhin six months; and l if payment be delayed until after six month*, i subscriptions discontinued uaítí all arrear- an; Merecióos i Tea copies, if paid for at ene time, will be sent i any one post office for twenty doUnrt a year. Subscricners may remit money by mail at our enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- Poof Masters are authorized to'act as_a ents 1 deduct 10 per cent, on moneys they retoit. All letters must be prepaid. EST All transient advertisements must be paid I - at ^>e time their insertion is e>rd< red. tfltc Sfcmrnal, _ -.~r rrv * . V\ * : - : •. 'i i-£fa '■>: 1 i* L.. '.Cherry. J. "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Trfth is left free to combat it" GALVWOORÍDATJíLY 9, 1852; íFrom Dt-Bow's Review fer June.) Sheep Husbandry hi the South. U is the effect of climate on the healt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 9 July 1852

i--'.: ■ Such the brief telegraphic announcement of the death of bim who has justly ^>een con- tbe put, * a* tain «tiered the greatest statesman of the age to .«bo* memory a —: •' to the iotelli- under the "JOI KNAI," '/OK 18*3. and Stiuji-Weekly Journal will be . — well as a political will be the constant effort of the and guided the destinies of this Republic, du- it acceptable to all classes.— ring which lime he has seen it grow, from a *mnll State, of iiuie influence, and scarcely my commercial importance, ta one of the powers on the globe, with a coast our nations, will be girea upon the ar of our steamers, wkli a «alten of local WeshaH keep our readers " posted up on arion* the politicians o|f¡r,¡ag¿he ^\on M bemispherea, and a the Union, and What ' ' «•••-- t . _ ^ . is important from Con¡ res.* and the S?J|te Legi^latare. So pains will be *pared to JwLISm theearlieK and most reliable re (pops of the markets, domestic and foreign, ant shipping Intelligence. The Journal lab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 9 July 1852

Ratification Meeting in New York. flu outpouring of the People for Scott and Graham!—10,000 .ffhig celtss in Coun- cil! i We g *e bdow Hie account of the great Whig Rati6c«Uon Meeting 4n New York, rhich we find in the Tribune. Our limitsfCordaRe, Bale Rope, per lb rill not parmit us to give Hie proceeding * letail or the resolutions passed., The «eveñtl| Java, ' - smblages were briefly addressed by uunie-^Candles, sperm, per lb ^oo0 dísthitinguish'ed speakers in ther happiest tyle. Ten thousand Whigs assembled in and [#round Broadway House last evening «1 nthwsiaatic Ratification of the nominations of¡ ¿f Scott and Graham at Baltimore. The <wo Hails in the house were wedge full by than a quarter of the assemblaged beiore ■the Scott club from the several Ward* began to at rive in procession ; Grand-st, was full from Broadway nearly to Crosby, and Broadway ¡rielf soon became so blocked up from Broom| to Howard-st. that carriages could not pass CO M.MER€IAL VALUABLE SCHOOL BOOKS lan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 9 July 1852

see The steamship Yacht, Cap;. Thompson, touched at this port on Friday last on her way from Brazos, St. lago to If ev Orleans. By this arrival «re received the Brownsville the 194Land 26th alt; and copy (rom vooi-pradttcinf qualities of sheep We commend the article to the carelol perusal of Texas s&rk raiser*. 93* Jheugh we have accounts of the pre- oI the cholera in many parts of our re are happy to state that Galveston the ravages ol this tear- ful disease. A lew deaths have occurred in thw place, ho wcv cr, hut in every instance, he disease was contracted somewhere else. We have not beard a single case of cholera XT The ' steamship United States ar- rived from New Orleans on Saturday morning and lelt for Iadiaoota about the middle of the day. She brought no mail from New Ob*an*. and wefchave only received one paper (Pic- ayune of Tutwday last) by the hands of the «fork, in 'wlwcl !i we find very little news el in- tercut. * paper will be found an in- •rticle from the June nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 August 1852

ríe fl'SLIHED EXPRESSLY FOR THE 10ÜATKV BY W." CIILitKY. ÜíBCHANfC FTUBET. GALVESTON, TEXAS. TERMS.-S2 50 *year; If paúl-at ü¡e*tim<> of «3 if tort villi in six months; and ffcflt* paymeat be delay** until after six -month- No sübscripticm.s dkcontinned until all arrear-Í ago are paw. ,.. ?"j¡ Tea copies, if | ai! J'or ¿I ose tirue, will bcwnl ■ to any one d<r4 oihoe tor ¡trema 4Ma*s a vear í Htibscricbérs may remit mouevi'by. wafl at out I fMí, if enclosed in the presence "of the Poat Mas- ¡ ter. '] Post Masters are authorized to act as. agents* and deduct 10 per cent, on inoney's they remit. f All letter imust be prepaid. IJtT AH tian>ient advertisements tnusj be paid ' fi.r at the time their insertion is ordered. Cfje wttrain Scenes in Western Texas. Xo . ¿ HY AN ÉNGÜ'sáM.tX. A Model Love Letter, &c., &c. advertisers, Published by VV. Chsrry.J voCli "Error ceases to be dangerous, when Truth is 1< free to combat it" & 1852 Meta ©rifan# A Pleasant Retreat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 August 1852

^>v*vwv\S,.V§v • J Whig* of Texns and of the Sooth, are you ~ Jlotr Scott with hie politk-al spon- , Se ward, and Raymond, or are you will of the nominee ofyour GAI/1 Editorial Correspondence. Middle Texas — Travis — Bellville — Cat San Felipe—Austin County. passed through 1 Uurai district t, a ihrivic r of a beaatif* Travis an, WW Tesans, names associated with the earlit and most eventful periods in the hlstorv the Lone StarRepublic —the foundiog of¡| colony by three hundred families, and the 1* •fthe- "Atomo." ~ - ■ ept Ct. o ot Al SFEECH inandGe 1 nTjr« t : Ddirtred by Judge B. F. CarithRrs, at the Whig i d planters, all ol" whom are o ^ j RiUl^aitmi Mtdiag iu Austin, on the 17tk uU. lor their supplies. With 1 Jvsmages it must before many year* j . . • _«o 10 this rer des j a town of great i™P°rtance 10 l^'S¡the purpose of expressing your concurrence Cion of the State, and its interests - will be Qr n0u_c0j,currence in the nominations tor the (mate* connect with those of Galve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 August 1852

an 1 Ministers LATER FROM NEW OR LEA \ 3. e oar the appro- band as mind ttial Per Steamship Louisiana TELEGRAPHED Tt THE I. 0RLE1H8 PICAYUSE ArrivRl oi tike COTTON ü N CHA> JD. New York, July 2G-Tbe steamship Baltic nas arrived. The cotton market is quiet and pri ;es unchanged. Tlie sales tor the three ny* preceding the departure of the Baltic amounted to 16,000 bales. Tlie English Board of Trade has issued a new older relative to the importation of Slates"' ** favorable to the Doited There h'is been an inrarrectioa in Greece The Empire City arrived to-day. Sailing of the Atlantic. «i , f^amfchip Atlantic hasaailed lor Liver- of P"°! 120 passengers. Among them was ~ by their smiles; Major Beard, of New Orleans, bearer of de- ami presence, those intellectual Journaments in ¡«patches to England, In reference to the dis- which ibe advocate of the respective candidate* j puted fisheries lor the Presidency discussed ihe merits of their ¡ le tigm¿> forever detract- ii.« pifrity and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 6 August 1852

mu an early is however an a storm. 41 preparation* were in good demand. The this city James B. Shaw for Comptroller. Jaw* H. Raymond for Slale Treasurer. James Croni- the previons indication*. a lively interest for I'avorrte candidates. • * ( ft • ing i the result of the vole m * :H brought the news in for for County Surveyor, Thoe. M. Joseph for Chief Justice,. Oscar Farisb Sor Counly Clerk, and Jonathan Brock lor Coroner, had no opposition One for Hamilton 115, Fmr Sheriff. N. Reed, 56 N. Sparks, 31 31 J. M. Conrad, 8 48 W.T.Oaliersute,5 6 'or Co. Com'rs 1st ward. 2d ward. , that peo- -V. ' ^ wtr '■•¿f • hmm ■!* ■ 9,0 f night of , a citizen until and the stav His wife " ivorcd to Mr. into Mu&e ÍÜ "KfOtorlal Correspondence. rr ipencfed dscapc Vexas— If ashington Counly—Bren- QuU ^ q d . ham—Independent*— Ifashing ton-Chtip- ' My,ifh« : distai I, bordering 00 the Brazos; aud prominent c ty in this State belore teag, it so. t^e ^ tn* thé giiefit of i>r. G. Lincicum, a very po-...

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

IT '"'ii'iiMijiw; .. t • *. y«*rfy POLITICAL. sw Democrat say that Qéfiirtf Bcoithas not sufficient civil expe- rieoce to q^ajifyliim lor the Presidency. Th* allegation we have frequently éowo to batrnfooMM. Be that a it may, however, they cannot «ay he m not an orators' The following í^eéimetw speak volumes, although embodied in a few brief sentences: "At Chippewa, at a critical moment of izartf, Scott delivers this speech to b Eleventh : "The enemy says we Are good at long shot, but cannot stand the cold iron ! 1 call upon the Eleventh instantly to givjé the lie to that slander I Charge!' The Bn'isfi army broke and fled, and the reputa- " ~ encan. Iroops not only forun- for valor ip i he terrible bayo- a« settled forever. If this was uence, oO what page of oratory At QuÍMp8fowá weré contend- idos, and com- / i. üiíí ¡ Scoit „, and delivered to his ttoope (he ora Hon: ' The enemy V balls oür rahks. His'numbers are In a moment the shock most Lei us then die arms in Largen ed at a i ...

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

We hare received the report ol Mr. Ken- nedy, (the Superintendent of the seventh census) from which we make the following abstract. In the engaged 45 "The tanta ol nedy, "exhibits resolta which every citizen of the eoontry may contemplate with gratifi miles; aod oar title to 341.463 sonare miles, which * Hi* number of inhabitant- in the was, oo the IstofJane, 1850, The absolute increase from the Our W 1848. mS Burnet Moon Texas Ibon Mancfactcres.—The Hen derson (Texas) Flag of the Union, of the 26th ult., notices the arrival at thai place of Mr. Charles Vinzent. wftohj^jjust retu Europe, whither heSmsoieen "Whigs of Washington in Motion. On Monday the 6th inst., the Whigs of Washington county assembled in mass meet- measure nine hundred and eighty seven miles. California-—By the arrival of the Eldora- do. we learn that the^vsdan^ ^vyzrae<3 arriving in considerable numbers—many of them in a deplorable state. incoming emigrants had risen and oilier paints ow ther roerte. Journal fr...

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

HMHMl ■P n ■ MERC! TJou. Thursday of the atonof % blow in itself with- My eyes! but it be a . hifi'j ^^eIag<rpoored!" It was absolutely terrific, and if God had eftfae goietiu the least? *om which it 11 hat the beet government would be no srument; and it aims at securing to evety the right to do wrong, whenever, witer- rer, and however he may choose. Franklin iWee is now the candidate sat ^Democracy lor the Prettdeney m. He is n native of New Hamp- er the constitution ol' which State areifot eligible for State officers, obeerve thai a Catholic is be a governor, lieutenant of II State court*, or to hold r the control of the State, nor, tl- inia■■ in 1 wgisiaiure. ■ i t j more an enemy to the Cath- of Ireland than the State of is to the Catholic citizens of s. "i i has a religious test act on her , excluding me and every other the exercise of our rights as an ' mm ; and England, with her Maynoeth, and other bills in- to eheek the growth of our religion, i *H her moral depravity and...

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

- / («•m.-rW C.t) Knhétffcere that he ™ W**i in the House, tire find propríaiMnp On the second of My, 1838 thé h*ndé!#iJI to efcle to piek á¿ JxMi J ~ ingap- te Bay, «a it wápVt be tVH ii iv/ ..i ;¡i •aid in rt wkfA*\H\r: .iifEiMas P? ■ WMV f®Ww S UHFNIVHIjvtVUIV vlmgwWfWli Slate to pay m íwe followed lence to th j 't, t ! ■ ■ j}—<—— '* U> t *i KJ" It i «ported that Mr. Hail, an e *gtóg4 .hip builder Em( ^ malueg arrasgesaents with a Liverpool bou MWftMx4of*o<'«' mammoth mere ha rift- has hitherto been bailt on itic—bo says the Bnstou a T Hi, s Cribe TbiV^uxj Aijn- indieations, the ,, ¥# rseveral, y qa ra pest. ta'via JiepMliw* * J* that veever landed on the west W*Mpp¡, landed ai that cily t ult. It is to run on the Pacific tumef* a^íbr the surveys expedieaey ?qt constructing paklie works In ■evenü ofjfet*****4 *b#<kr a special e^m^noqoi the eoast between the mouths il Tuiimrrnni *— ■**a January , Í839, Mr. Pierce itnmofh W0"** prwriding ibr the conlmua- "°n ot the thro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 1 October 1852

, niBLIMSS BXPRBS8LY FOR TBB COUITEY IT ¿ - • • i W. CHERRY. ih mechanic street, galveston, texas. TERMS —8950 a rear, it paid at the time gobecribisg; S3 if paid within six months; ar._ g3.50 if paymentbe delayed until after six months. No subscriptions discontinued until all arrear- ages are paid. i,? Ten copie , if pakl/ur at one time, will bese to aov one post office for twenty dolían a year. . Subscribers may remit money by mail at our risk, if enclosed in the presence of the Post Mas- JKyu ., .... Ptet Masters are authorized to act as agents tnddeduet 10 ¡iei' cent, on moneys they remit, fgr Afrlettere must be prepaid., Ml transient advertisements must be paid time their insertion is ordered. 3 it J Á It ! 'f & 'Hi Published by w. Cherry. ! - T 'íiWor ceases vtovbe dangerous, v^en Truth is left free to combat it" [Terms PER ANNUM. mt GALVESTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1852. NO. 28. RATES OF AD^ Hat f Square, I ius'n 601 One Sqn*re,o«« i*r Mca Si .?- ed at a reasonable deduction...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 1 October 1852

SMITH, Edito ¿AL.VR8TOW "40URMAI/* FOR 1H52. The Weekly and Semi-Weekly Journal will be - journal of «ara as well as a political and it will be the constant effort of the to make it acceptable to all classes.— The latum intelligence from all parts of our coun- try aad ether nations, will be given upon the ar- rival of oar steamers, with all matters of local intetest We shall keep oar readers " posted op" with what is going on among the politicians of ments in the State of Texas are to be con- of railroads in T^xas. So do aJl U*e advocates ¿trucled and owned by the State, or by char- of the corporate policy : at least, they all tered companies, ¿b now before the people for agree upon the .necessity ol making «liberal their determination. As it ie a question ant gran ta of (he public domain to corporations, as merely oí temporary interest, but of lastingj an inducement for them to enter into the spec- consetfaence to the State, it s&ould receive the: ulatiori. The terms proposed b...

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

'--L^CsT 11 from the Galveston N«c* The Western Texan has a long article, un- . r bead of * Grand Internal Improve- ment Scheme," having reference to the plan recommended by the Galveston Corn- A decided ground is taken against the MOftruciion oTlnlernal Improvements by the State; and the plan of constructing them by «rporatiooí . " aided by the State,n advocated. I* it not a little strange that this doctrine, of «constructing improvements aided by the State," so often exploded by experiment, jfop.tn still have its advocates ? We are be- ginning to conclude, with the Galveston Com- jsittee, that this doctrine had its origin in corpo- rate rapacity; and that the public mind has Income so tinctured with corporation slander ¿gainst the practice of constructing improve- ment* by the State, that many of our citizens ¿re determined to adopt an error and * go it blind" It is nrged by the corporation advo- cates' that imprudence lies on the side of con- structing Internal Improvements by th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Journal — 1 October 1852

the late Attorney am Trtríir lew days, which ■ i right, K«^ oí the hereal assistant Of A e Washington «harge rn "am Beacon states that 'Inst, frosts seen at ■ Mi | fj ' . Hi i r i |janie«íh. Raymond, of -j. b. Shaw, of Travis c'y- District Judfe, 7 th District-C. w. Buck- Gonigal, #f Matagorda county. 2d Dint—A. H. ChalmeTB, of Travis c'y. 3d « A. H. Willie. Washington. 4th " C, W;t "Peterson. Bexar. 5flh li ft; á. Walker, Nacogdoches -We invite the oar epicurean readers to the snt, in ano- i that they will I Mesar*: Downey [ accommodating, and i their patrons with season, done up in a í on short n*kje. ) H H }i celebrated paint has |>een sufficiently aad approved to enable the company (ooldntfy to plaee it before the public, as in the market. Being a perfect it cannot be ranked the mineral paints of the present day. fltyfopres. invariably ip ihe, iy recommended fbr all kh or iron work exposed to sak.air or •favmUlfei shipowners and masters, either wood or can- rival, as it not o...

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