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Rio De Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) (search for this): article 7
Rio coffee circular. --A commercial house of New Orleans recently received the following circular of Messrs. Baird, LeCocq & Co., Rio Janeiro. In view of the present state of the coffee market in this city, and the outrageously exorbitant price at which it is selling, (80a$1 per pound,) we deem its publication of some interest: Rio de Janeiro, Sept. 7, 1861. Coffee.--Our market throughout the past month has been firmly upheld, the very unfavorable advices from Europe and the States preventing operations to any extent, but causing only a small decline in prices of the better qualities, which are much wanted, the ordinary descriptions being quite unsaleable. Of the 50,000 bags that changed hands between the 7th and 15th ult., only 4,000 bags were for the United States. The export to that quarter, in August, was only 16,166 bags, against 120,037 bags in same month of last year. Business was exceedingly limited from the 25th ult., up to the arrival of the Chelds
Richmond and York river Railroad. --The annual meeting of the stockholders of this company, which took place in this city on the 6th inst., has hitherto escaped notice, owing to the multiplicity of events which, in times like the present, engage the attention of the newspapers. The most important business transacted during the meeting was the adoption of the following resolution: Resolved, That from and after this day the offices of President and Superintendent of this company be and the same are hereby united in that of President; that the duties and responsibilities of the same shall devolve on the President; and the salary of said officer shall be $3,200 per annum, payable quarterly, out of which sum he shall pay an assistant, if necessary to employ one. Alexander Dudley, Esq., was then unanimously elected President, in place of Robert Stunders, Esq.; and Col. John Pollard Director on the part of the private stockholders. Mr. Dudley comes back to the position, aft
Alexander Dudley (search for this): article 7
ident; that the duties and responsibilities of the same shall devolve on the President; and the salary of said officer shall be $3,200 per annum, payable quarterly, out of which sum he shall pay an assistant, if necessary to employ one. Alexander Dudley, Esq., was then unanimously elected President, in place of Robert Stunders, Esq.; and Col. John Pollard Director on the part of the private stockholders. Mr. Dudley comes back to the position, after a year's retirement, to find the work for Alexander Dudley, Esq., was then unanimously elected President, in place of Robert Stunders, Esq.; and Col. John Pollard Director on the part of the private stockholders. Mr. Dudley comes back to the position, after a year's retirement, to find the work for which be long ago made untiring struggles and sacrifices, now universally acknowledged as a great public necessity. The Board of Directors were authorized to apply to the Legislature for such aid as may be necessary and expedient.
Robert Stunders (search for this): article 7
s. The most important business transacted during the meeting was the adoption of the following resolution: Resolved, That from and after this day the offices of President and Superintendent of this company be and the same are hereby united in that of President; that the duties and responsibilities of the same shall devolve on the President; and the salary of said officer shall be $3,200 per annum, payable quarterly, out of which sum he shall pay an assistant, if necessary to employ one. Alexander Dudley, Esq., was then unanimously elected President, in place of Robert Stunders, Esq.; and Col. John Pollard Director on the part of the private stockholders. Mr. Dudley comes back to the position, after a year's retirement, to find the work for which be long ago made untiring struggles and sacrifices, now universally acknowledged as a great public necessity. The Board of Directors were authorized to apply to the Legislature for such aid as may be necessary and expedient.
John Pollard Director (search for this): article 7
rs. The most important business transacted during the meeting was the adoption of the following resolution: Resolved, That from and after this day the offices of President and Superintendent of this company be and the same are hereby united in that of President; that the duties and responsibilities of the same shall devolve on the President; and the salary of said officer shall be $3,200 per annum, payable quarterly, out of which sum he shall pay an assistant, if necessary to employ one. Alexander Dudley, Esq., was then unanimously elected President, in place of Robert Stunders, Esq.; and Col. John Pollard Director on the part of the private stockholders. Mr. Dudley comes back to the position, after a year's retirement, to find the work for which be long ago made untiring struggles and sacrifices, now universally acknowledged as a great public necessity. The Board of Directors were authorized to apply to the Legislature for such aid as may be necessary and expedient.
James G. Paxton (search for this): article 7
Resignation of a Senator. The resignation of James G. Paxton, State Senator from the 37th District, has been received by the Executive.
J. A. Wilm (search for this): article 8
Murder in Texas. --The Austin Gazette notices that the body of a murdered man was found on the road eight miles east of the city, and adds: The name of the victim was J. A. Wilm, and he is supposed to have lived near Round Top, Fayette county, and was a highly respectable gentleman. He was traveling in a buggy alone, stopped and bought corn to feed his horse in the evening of a gentleman in the neighborhood, and shortly after camped by the roadside in the prairie. His body was found the next day, a short distance from where he seemed to have lain down for a quiet night's rest, his head mashed literally into a jelly, as if by repeated blows of a heavy bludgeon, the first of which probably killed him, as there is no sign of a . His carper-bag was cut open and rifled, his buggy run off some distance, and his horse turned loose. About a dollar and a half of silver change was found on his person, and notes and other valuable papers, to the amount of five thousand dolla
Austin (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 8
Murder in Texas. --The Austin Gazette notices that the body of a murdered man was found on the road eight miles east of the city, and adds: The name of the victim was J. A. Wilm, and he is supposed to have lived near Round Top, Fayette county, and was a highly respectable gentleman. He was traveling in a buggy alone, stopped and bought corn to feed his horse in the evening of a gentleman in the neighborhood, and shortly after camped by the roadside in the prairie. His body was found the next day, a short distance from where he seemed to have lain down for a quiet night's rest, his head mashed literally into a jelly, as if by repeated blows of a heavy bludgeon, the first of which probably killed him, as there is no sign of a . His carper-bag was cut open and rifled, his buggy run off some distance, and his horse turned loose. About a dollar and a half of silver change was found on his person, and notes and other valuable papers, to the amount of five thousand dolla
Round Top (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 8
Murder in Texas. --The Austin Gazette notices that the body of a murdered man was found on the road eight miles east of the city, and adds: The name of the victim was J. A. Wilm, and he is supposed to have lived near Round Top, Fayette county, and was a highly respectable gentleman. He was traveling in a buggy alone, stopped and bought corn to feed his horse in the evening of a gentleman in the neighborhood, and shortly after camped by the roadside in the prairie. His body was found the next day, a short distance from where he seemed to have lain down for a quiet night's rest, his head mashed literally into a jelly, as if by repeated blows of a heavy bludgeon, the first of which probably killed him, as there is no sign of a . His carper-bag was cut open and rifled, his buggy run off some distance, and his horse turned loose. About a dollar and a half of silver change was found on his person, and notes and other valuable papers, to the amount of five thousand doll
June 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 8
Selden, Withers & Co --This firm has turned up again, in a case before the Court of Appeals, wherein John Withers petitions from a decree pronounced by the Circuit Court of Alexandria county on the 1st of June, 1861, in a suit in which the Board of Public Works was plaintiff and Wm. Selden, with the petitioner and others were defendants. The Court being of opinion that the decree is interlocutory, no execution can issue without the order of the Court; and deeming it most proper that the case should be proceeded in further in the Court below, before an appeal is allowed therein, declined the appeal for that reason.
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