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Galveston News (Newspaper) - June 2, 1857, Galveston, Texas or It m I saM. noil Xa t t f 5* in will near Wm boa rf other Mr r A of tat not know tiu of Mta Mr In of Out with be roint to for tie fcr Mr J. M 2, 1857. We IJAM Cu Urn tin of the of Mem Men 3�f ir 10 G. tir to M the at We to 0� ' vo O 0.-.ITV. for it We often to are the or * bnl two ia oat article of a In whick the of a of it. ft ta The tbe of a short paragraph to oor neigh ol and Herald oaring taken p. to 0�a. the and boldest of It time the of a regard for the Ihe of the of that set for It the of the Supreme wiU he covertly it vainly had at tbe of the An for M the present Ume the limits of caunot re it for hr by who have to The same rallied under ihr Benton in a nil Ms ' with thaw of and in the until they hud aad to u bolder when they out openly for the abolition of slavery in that to bare Benton for a 1� following iu hii footsteps far ho is capable of his j and bat few sales have been Nsw May 17. IRiT some pressing business to to on my I hare bad but little of being where I could hear besides It been raining which loafing about rather a I met hnt very few pi being some early for the migratory portion of our community to come North but wiil return in lew 1 hare alpo met and his Neman and a hat 1 hate not heurd of any of our merchants hav ing yet arrived generally been rather dull during the owing lo tin in of the The Western trade ia pretty much over for present | and the Southern yet so country sales are now mostly ] confined to the Middle snd Northern i The Pry Goods trade continues very without any diminution in though there has uot been that ui tbe price of heavy cotton which the present quotations in the raw material would seem lo warrant Since the arrival ot the on tbe 15th, bringing news of a decline in tbe market has been somewhat mi 8tat�s, letting off the or larger por tion of thr loi the i and a i to lu with the Indian hing south of a proslavery like a good many other In which the North gets all that In lie and leares the Sumh in oi what che It in in the Til v. it may ii will he ii fori the gain ol * Km will but a. small ioi | worst political without the ability I j to emulate him in those labors which will j alone preserve the uame of Benton for many i generations Like Benton he is blowing the i embers of strife in his own like j he may assist in a fire which he cannot extinguish if he would There is this tion to tie statement that there is a j boo between while party In Texas It should have followed the first and was intended tbe basis of the subsequent portions of the article We also intended to do not feel at as a to overlook the indications af and purpose tkr pan of some within onr tbe words In italics having been overlooked by tbe and the proof having been read in tbe hurry and pressure of other Tbe Saw Mills on the Sabine Rivers now number that af of and of Wood * Co at Madison on toe and one four below on tbe same river Mr. Phillips and that of Alexander and King at Beaumont on tbe Some 20 miles below on tbe same river there is also the mill of Johnson A Bamney These mills wUl on an about 4000 feet of 3ay per day In - Sair Wats at Abel Coffin baa been engaged for some time past in building Ship Ways just at the lower part of Sabine and will bare them completed in about a month These ways are constructed sufficiently large to accommodate the largest class of employed in the coasting trade of Texas Any that can cross the bar wilt have abundance of water to come directly op to the a a By The Poat Office heretofore located at Bock Austin has been changed to the fifty mile station of tbe Central Railroad of Pacific Road - The steamship Mexico hai brought over a Company of V. S. of about 60 with under the command of who has a complete for making the survey of the wagon road to tbe ai ordered by an act of the last They have some moles and with wagons and everything requisite for the important required of They will at and proceed direct to San The number of deaths in New Orleans daring tbe week ending May 24th, was 117. of which were of children under five years of The city ia very j Benton courted the favor of the i leaders of the Free Houston j that while Benton advocated the election j of Buchanan us the only security for the 1 whole and denounced own for becoming the candidate of a party whose success was certain to result in disunion and ruin to the Houston was leading off Ills own and other States on tbe aide or Know and counseled a meek submission to anticipating his and seeming to prefer it to that of whom he now affects to support To carry the contrast still Benton ia discouraging the agitation of tbe slavery question in hie own Houston is it in his while Benton ia opposed lo the restoration of the Missouri Houston proposes to re-enact while Benton is disposed to sustain the principles of the Constitution and the the 8apr*m� Court of the United Hoaston ia virtu ally denouncing and would subvert had he the if we may believe his own public speeches Of this tendency of bis avowed he pretends to be igno but it bo plain that all who run may as we have shown in former articles Whether there ia a Freesoil party iu may be an open but we all know that there is such a party at the and that is one of its he la one of the few public men living South of Mason A Dixon's of whom that party apeak no evil If there is a party in this we may be sure that it will affil liato with its Northern ally in sympathy and support for Houston And we may be equally sure that the party of the South and tbe Constitution will unite as one man to oppose and destroy Ills dangerous and demoralizing in We have conversed with several of our who were in New Orleans at tbe time of Gen. Walkers landing were acquainted with him amd talked with him on the sob ject of hla Nicaraguan we have seen numbers who were present and beard his speech ou Saturday who witnessed bia reception and all the and they all concur in tbe opinion that it will not be long before Walker will again be on bis way to with a force and with supplies of sufficient to overpower all bis They aay tbe enthusiasm in his favor la unbounded and it is and manifested alike by all classes HVa surprised every He showed himself to possess a degree of ability and of oratory altogether unlocked He waa continually interrupted with applause by the immense assemblage that filled tbe street in Be waa cool and collected neither nor even apparently affected by tbe general excitement Whether borne on tbe shoulders of the who took him up almost by even before his feet bad touched the on bia or whether from an elevated plat a crowd of twenty thousand hla features possessed the same reflective Be showed ia speech that he bad first been invited to Nicaragua by the people he had not forced himself whatever authority ha exercised bad been voluntarily bestowed by It was the people themselves who had changed their government and elected their tie were satisfied with tbe government they had fitey were contented harmonious ' and weald have been prosperous and happy at Uts aay if they had been let ' other States had not attempted to deprive of the government of their choice; and I foros another as a conquered neo- 1 pie facta and every made in tbe most unanswerable and leaving tbe strongest on tbe minds of all that be had heaa aot only la a Just and righteous osase from the but be had carrying otit the graat principle uf will ov The News learna from gentlemen from the among other Col. M. T Johnson's friends will vote for Houston in a We have nothing to do with the of the gentlemen referred to by the as its informants but we should be wanting in courtesy to Col ami hla not to contradict the We have the authority of Col Johnson and his numerous friends at from for saying that they will give a cordial and united support to Mr. Civilian While we earnestly that the of Col to whose opinions and promises our neighbor listened so pleasantly at will be able to keep their promises and make their statements good on the day of we feel bound to give to the public BUch information iu relation to the progress and prospects of the as we can from reliable authority In noticing such i dications of Houston's success as appeal on the or to the minds of those who travel and mix freely with the we hope to the to those who are opposed to him to Blouse their energies for the instead of encouraging them to repose in fancied security until loo late to escape the threatened catastrophe It will soon be seen that a deep interest is being felt throughout all the other Southern in the present effort of Gen Houston to defeat the Demo cratic parly in That interest is en tirely attributable to Houston's position on the great issues between the North and the and it is but natural that our States of the South should manifest some solicitude in a contest that is to determine whether Texas will the man whose votes are side by with those who are waging war upon our and threatening our In such a contest we are unwilling to believe that the people of Texas will not prove true to them selves and to the though we we shall feel It our duty to give auch information of tbe whether favorable or as may come to us through respectable Shaving Made your shaving in either warm or cold pour on two or three drops of Balm of a Thousand rub tbe beard well and il will make a beautiful soft much facilitating the operation of shaving Price only Fifty Cents Fetridge & N For sale by J. Wright A 21 and l&l Chartres and aold by N. and Francis Galveston A considerable change seems to have over the the business community of New with reference to the Southern so far as I have been able to from the few bouses 1 have visited When I was some fifteen years the Bouth was in bad and nothing would go down but the Western which sought with the greatest avidity Several that bad been doing a Southern complained severely of overdue protested and a general want of ity in meeting and many ot them were curtailing their accounts to go more extensively in the Western business Tbe great mania for land in the owing to the unprecedented rise in has induced many of the Western to invest their money due the New in or loan it at from three to six per per ou real estate letting their New York which are only drawing aeven per per annum and consequently now stand in a worse position than the South ever as these Investments are mostly the failure on the part of the to meet her only arisen from a failure in the dom two years in succession Bo far aa 1 have has paid up well during the past and there is an evident disposition to cultivate a large business this with our who come on to buy A great many changes have among the houses doing business with which 1 will refer to In a subsequent when I have been more among Numerous up have taken since I was last and a large por tion of the business has now centred west of which was formerly done in the streets running parallel and adjacent lo tbe East river The during the has uot embraced anything very and tho murder which engrossed the public while under the preceding has now ceased to be topic of Murders have become so common in New that an ordinary case excites but little attention but where ol the parties concerned have any pretentions to or belong to the of so as has sometimes boen the the whole community become and devour with avidity every item connected with the no matter how disgusting in its to which the city press pander with the most barefaced filling their with scenes of debauchery and to cater for tho vitiated taste of a depraved and put money in their pockets by the in creased circulation of their The Herald on conies out with Method of Administering Criminal and after nt some length on the of the committed recently in New and the of her citizens in taking measures to bring the criminals to the proprietor offers the sum of in eight different cases ol for auch as will lead to the detection ami conviction uf the and for information concerning several parties who missing for some besides which he offers us a gratuity dollars to any country lawyer who will come up to the city nml clear the dockets of the Criminal Courts Here is a pretty field for as well as a pretty specimen of the morality of the City Numerous anniversaries been In Id during the past which have brought a large influx of from the country - After the close of the American Anti-Slavery meeting referred to in my the New York society held its anniversary meeting in tbe same on the evening and was addressed by Wendell a mulatto and several others of that ilk The radical abolitionist the lead of Lewis held also their ou the next which aays the enlivened by a brilliant speech from Fred Douglass i who abused the Supreme lauded the insurrectionary attempts made at the South lust and called the Little Ciant a scamp who he wished bad another Several which as few K to r I c ' n will readily lie ii broil - I b the THE GREAT The and I At Iu the general excitement that prevailed our city upon tVar fnl calamity lhat befell the Louisiana on Saturday 111^11*. ov Sunday it was impossible the of c i loss uf corn better opportunity for Mr 11 the gives tis fellow nig moie correct list 01' the ers of th I. and this his intention t-o never take the of another He captain of tie burnt at Powder Horn lusi year The whole as they know he is deserving ol better fortune than hitherto attended him While in i dipt a b h Ml nl who 111/ to lake and OS vi i .ii Wl II l rty I 11-. Prv i. he the ha 1. 1111k iid T 1,1-s ll 1 linn t tlo pushed I i 11 i .ir In the by ogress A i k 11 1 lull ll uch a si In y ol 1: cm fti Mai La in It is expected tills id Hlii Ii is to brought about wnl 1.,-the means of placing before a dale 1 next Presidency If it ami humbug cai b- up for four years there no what his chances lor the House may H It P S. writing 1 lave met Mr K W of who me that Major president o' the S A Ii R H who is now in this and leaves to morrow for has succeeded in purchasing MiO tons with locomotives and Icr the first live miles of road Four Lave been chartered lo take 11,1 the Which Will leave to mm Tin has been made on the en ti 1 u the to forward the individual noli s d parly on tbe 1-oml at twelve fitter dale tutu the to make up amount which the been sold The cont was effected 1 agency of u third who received a commission lor his services ho the sold on twelve months has no doubt cost a pretty rouud The president has also contracted lor the cross for titty and grading of the the nail to complete fifty the whole to he lone by the 1st of July 18.M. for which ample security has been given The vessels taking out the have been chartered by the contractors for the cross for six and after delivering their cargoes at Port will continue freighting the ties from the different mills where they have been until arc San Antonio city bonds county issued for stock in the and the land have been made over to the tors for grading and cross tin ir furnishing security to complete the work within the time required I learn the work is he pushed ahead immediately on the arrival ol Major th - charter will be I the next Legislature will doubtless n if the road is progressing satisfactory H II 1 11 -I 1 harp ' -lein ly a -' n w 1'.. c |i S. - 1 H llll 1.1| r - i k 1 w 11. it s. 2 r I 1 1 1 ly il exira k from the above that made forty Mr - counted up the number of - 1. 1 - 1 Mi Hi Hi 11 gu ' kc I M tun s fill It Kill rs auc says h i 111 ly ih and believes the number was cl It i- II mi- - an I - - i I it 1 nu I 1 I llll i ll t. h upon win ii 1 great pies huntii nit oil I he unusual demand upon 1 ur today us little space to e the malti is of interest iu our Texas ex. ingot Louisiana s us 01 our usual d out Ii r I t iii a tion for this in session at Austin elected Rev P. 0., of to be Bishop of Tbe vote in hit favor waa unanimous The informs that The following trustees of St Paula Sol Pierre arrived la New Orleans from were city early oa 8�ndays*sorning, B. S 1. U the far thU dly and j J. H. E M. K. M. they he tbe moat i Tbe J W. EE far to the and J E. were elected of fall of all the as sow the Booth ra Tbe next annual convention irill meet at the third in March A Be port on the state of the Chorea was Only eleven parishes have nude returns 271 SOW 16 adults and 130 children SI confirmed 6* It f 13,T1� Ber Mr. Wright of deceased and much one candidate for holy and other mat. Urn of Interest to next general B. O. E. H P. 8. M. E. n hut WU U lull learn that Coi W 1). is a anil M il thf uj and bt t ui jail nu ol hy but in to ot Last tin* Imt - On u heavy which m With j mi: man t was a i in 11 r li a p 11 r 1 - r tv San - Ihv bank i in is tion f t u it with mm Ii spirit to fvr it ft to its lo the The thf to carry the in a i i Waco times u week been Ut to Vaughn ot at Dallas - The ol the lor on ami ul Hen N A for tho A. J. Witt for Hon It Toombs T of haw visited The latter for two the oi the - The Herald letter uf tor in the Accepting this 1 resign the of of this hu that niy may be in to injury in the publie I hh ill bold Van Zant Court and will hold the Smith mi that I nmy to enter actively uti the in Kort is f 1�m-ai and general The editor h vinit to is Richmond ih in in 1^50. its b i the o boar 1 tore that hf children f a nil t with t n f u 07 in addition and or 1(�^ in all on Ol this only have * far as ih now Kt who t In it oil 1 a i bo 11.1 r lot and lauded on out b nl 33 who rescued by the i 3 by the Revenue in 1 by the There in no h any other person of the t- now Th lound on ih ip to the h i porti d i h sj nee Sn tn v hoi I- i til lo not tnr il picked up by the f a an I must weil if ut t. ml a spirit uf the ul I. i It- i it i us ty 1ms b en oi - w i nt in 11. I and on Kolivar but ur of 1 o chick haVe belli an I 1 umm 1 t he bar had been upon it. ban no Ml hum * ti In t r j Ala t hat the a to We will now In Uu and ol all the arc at to Mr M of Philip of in if of i Joseph of V S A Trn Hte war dews of t he ship One infant child Mm. New Texan Two names unknown porter or boy AMI TO 11K U Boone C Mo W P Va Bexar Co. Hoppe U S soldier Laeey J ones n nd lady Mr. young huh of tho gentleman of the same body been found K and New Ben 8. yearn obi 1 Aaron Clark Negro belonging to Mt Cleveland or Lavaca Three of Nine or ten Six employed on the ship OK THK K Captain Henry Sheppard il i uuh m Tnk Lu Boats We mui h expressed at ut life lion t h t u rti i f he il by 1 ei a I t no lying in a in y were im and should ill a CO i mil i 111 i tie Set vice mioJi as the was ilist ead n i n t en- a v. V. ul te una an have been a oil Had Hoy in n many s loov Ni ii ii k a i in tiik We bnl tt t he Purser an 1 Hunt r ut the hip Mill i the wreck ol the be the three di nd Tiny tUe itie (i a 1 i was leaving for that tins given tor Ibe ol ihe made in Sunday's It t bis be we have no lu t that it then there are five n m wr making the i TiT and uf the and I 1 ll K 1*1 HK tt the ol the Louisiana T i Milb il * over 1 t and each ot her 1 he The broke Me The h i i two ol theft h way at 11 a clock ul night II Wart ii II i t Tic 1'-' ul - a bout two hum alter or has in his the wad h on the of Mr who uaH drowned hy tailing from the bout in which and her husband were naved The ol the watch to just passed 1 o at which it was pet stopped by the men sea that at the same moment the beatings uf the heart upon which fl rested S ik am sm V ana had been ut the Texas trade The number ry a w htr wit n gel ul had ou board loo If do Hot N lid i in Ne w lily Us on pn 11 lie Louisiana Wan HUH d I ll i n Steamship t theh Vt individual ir shares in h UV hael Wile and tn i e il Mi Willi m x - i lull hut I look nt 11 i til ll Ills llll ll il ul 111 livr lu mily i i 111'� i 11 il SS i I alll llU ui Hull's |l i W. } taM Man aad 4i*entaa(!ed bKm and to be other anniversary been in nearly all of which the j will with rs of bss been made a prominent feature of Ureat excitement bas throughout tbe in consequence of some passed by tbe recent citato curtailing the rights and of the under an amended On some twelve or fifteen persona were collected in the City where three different stands were from which speeches were and resolutions denouncing the Metropolitan Police tbe Port Warden's and tbe Amended The snd corporate arc resulting to tbe extent or these obnoxious the seem j determined to ne till j them repealed Tire of j have entered upon their duties under were 111 ths whole county Ens the night of the Mtb an attempt was to Ur 1' J of Hurtle liy a negro to of that Dr. Woolen being about 4 o'clock A nf that found the negro over him with & drawn The the negro and him to the and after a short the negro in but left which wore It is thought by tbo of that ttre attempt a deep one that would make even a demon blush and - j hide sable visage behind bis elongated alleging that no action of theirs shall be | caudal a certain let of regarded as accepting in any degree the been long 8us|.:cloned. amended charter or anv of It This Dr. Wooton previously had ' with some of the gentry of Orange affair naa caused quite a in the and knowing too well their which U likely to some time Urn Km fav tarn wi i ML to Chief of the Superior died on Monday and the adjourned on in to A meeting of condolence was held by tbe of tbe bench and the which addressed by of the moat eloquent of tbe who at some on the high tuel and Integrity of tbe who baa baea regarded for aome tbe patriarch of 1*0 New York Judiciary it It aow reported that Walker at but for aartag concocted a which la to a0 Wmt tww si uie of their und this thought to bo tbe lor the attempt upon bis There ate needed in vicinity some of tbe Orange M if i a a- - Tbe Kan Antonio Herald records a brutal murder near that on the 16th, of one I Dr. from Bun nn the It tbe victim and 1 two Clark aod returning home from San had encamped for the night a lev from the lie wai found the next morning at- the camp and badly having no been left for dead by tha murderous A reward of baa be in by Mr. of Baa for the 1st' AI .ii 8 Cluik ' A 1st H Kinii Julin Ham Walker John John M. W X V S. Miller Miss A K in V. Air (i Air A Hi Mrs K i It. anil twu M S W i V ll Ur Cu Vh Ht J o li ii K rhm n Julin Miss II yi uli three of their 1 Mr A Vu Sul 11 nl Air II Win T Morris n Mm riH William O Sullivan I1 prion A II Albert 1. J uli n Mi John Campbell John Owena John K An The of all that were hv the were lint taken nn that we ami mi and the given tn the mure work nf relieving their nml pecuniary wants An an the lliu many of the rescued nn and were scattered through the anil the names nf any large proportion of them could only lie by much labor We have given all we I thus presume a are never will lie reported We hope every knowing the names of any who are either saved or rmt reported In our will leave at our such information us they possess Those were saved were thrown among us a dollar ami almost in many with but a John ' Henry believing tlint be but the of every citizen of Calves appointed James li anil James AI a to provide and furnish with all necessary J long paper can I. at tho expense oi the city He also annum discount had all the dead not otherwise provided decently The bodies of Col. and Mr Hamilton were enclosed in metalic coffins and buried at C o'clock Hunday evening The bodies were escorted by the Galveston Company and the Masonic Fraternity and many in to the where the burial service wus hy Rev. Mr after which the profession again and marched to the where the bodies were Tbo Masonic Rites were first performed over as of the deceased was a member of the Bev Mr. of tho M. B then offered up a after the Militia Bred three volleys over the grave of Col. It was about 8 o'clock when tbe procession returned tn tbe city The occasion one of deep Interest and Thb Bopr Daring Sunday afternoon and evening the beach on tbe eastern end of tbe island was visited by a large number of in snd ou most of them drawn there by curiosity and aome with the bono of discovering more bodies or of the Tbe body of one of the or cabin of tbe lost vessel washed ashore during the An held by Coroner but nothing fortner elicited than had been known before The name of this unfortunate not took passage on tbe Daniel Webster last evening for Mew Orleans He bad recovered much of exhausted by tea hours floating la the He deeply to which aad aad tbe Southern Com. ol a in vt ssi 1 - was and at time an r nl c tbu n is I I ul trip We ol the it it 11V 1 he Ui buns will nt the lust } cur at a 1 his dues il is have in W s n ot t li 111 on ly when she luster nn He ss was tIn f all or i - ill I-IV 11, r i May Is i 11n- re nt an Air as he i ins .in the Nni tn Inr usual mi 1 all ol I ll I In- great li article nl little doing at the up about 12 11.r are firm nor trom area n. - is i- pi ucs liui pail ul tile Week M I I. 1 ll t. In 14, Hi Sng s u I - II rill and lire all Fair Prime to choice Uj lie per Hi has a deal nl ap. i illation in Ihe past week and prices have Prime White ut fl and choice while 10 per bushel ranging from il lor H F Ohio to llU M fur extra and hands Pork rules high to per burrel in large Inr Aless the levee Indeed all kinds are and impression among the dealers is that the rales will be fully maintained the season liy reference tn the accompanying P you will perceive that the receipts of cotton as compared with lust year to tins dale have d 5'2ii,7:t(l bales The crop is nearly all and estimate nf the entire crup by those who to lie these things is uot marked lumber than bales The of the growing crop from all sections are rather mute a fair stand of cotton Is generally the loss of nt least 30 days by the Ac A. from tile growing of Ktate are very flu It. r und a lull is calculated upon Money has been In demand for the last 30 days at rather high but the week closing this rates have been and placed at per cont I am glad to perceive the spirit of improvement that has ui last upon Ihe of and hope tho proposed Railroad Bridge till pushed through to completion st once as with ready und rapid communication with the soon become tlie most seaport iu the of The extensive now going forward In your I mis und growing is attracting ibu ut this the particularly the ol this great and you may rely upon capital being amply furnished to cany out all the improvements The line of steamers is in and ere long be the route to have some here for a few days consequent tho arrival of Walker from Ilia hem was t| lite und his reception must have been very to He has thousands of friends and admirers and no doubt could raise a large should be determine to go back and fight his over He is to make a speech this to the on Canal an I preparations are being made for a large turn and a good time fc j - r ii f i 11 m I. I II I el i p. ffi I sucks Mixed Wi Hates P. IN mi nni -i i. to which bis aad tbe Southern Coi have haw no fault u tni I - We see that this disease is prevailing ut points within this A us Ihe following prescription of an eminent which he cays never fails to 8 grains 4 in oue to be every three pUU port ' 4l(ir I A t li K Ii r i- H Ii 4 II s I nml NKW 11 at I'M x i 11 mii nml 1111'i'hi! in c I tin hfj i i ii thf T' s ill frm c fp th hi Ii J ' Tin* A. i mi (i A K I i ' s ( n 1.1 A nt v k i- M. ll Vl lln - ll in t - li t. L. t I I Ji 11 n 11 t h in line mil tin* k sn i; f i hii Ii ui lln w 111 initio in (i ui I i nu Hi till 111 I if till lit I in - il j i Jr. Nn l-y ttm i N - 1 i ho nl tin In ami I h I 11.1 1- n. I. IH 'N n ill tin HAY NKW nil h TI i- Wr Till UMM 1 n. V. KA N n. 1' iV s ii tut Hi Mill t | I k 1 4 v ' 1. A 1 1 Ul A 1 1 i ' M o Tin M Mi it I -i O t Tilt M III 1 .�ml 1 ' h. 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