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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 April 1857

DEVOETD TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCA' ".Heaven, and earth* OLUME 2. WASHINGTON, T E, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. at we are innocent." ISDAY, APRIL 28, 1857. NUMBER 24. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY w. J, PEN"3LET0>7& C0. Term) -$3.00 par «mum in advance. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, APRIL 28.1857. BATES OT ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American. we respectfully call their atten tion to the following rates: 1 Squire l«t insertion $100; each sub. insertion, SOcts 1 " 1 year 10,00, Six lllonths $700 3 do ds 18,00, do 13.00 S do do 25,00, do 17.00 4 do do 30,00, do 20,00 • do do 34,00, do 23,00 • do do 3T,00, do 25,00 1 do do 4 ,00, do 27,50 t do do 43.00, do 30,00 • do do 45,00, do 32,00 10 «0 do 50,00, A square is eight lines. in ad- We expect in future one quarter ranee. AH notices to be publi shea tor a icss time than six months, will be charged strict- ly ¡by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Persons desiring to rem't money t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 April 1857

■fib ®as|ingí0ii|tmericaii BANKING. . INDIAN NEWS. Since the first agitation of the Bank question j We learn from Mr. Cole, who lives on the in Texas, we have had the pleasure of seeing | Jacon, six miles from Castroville, that the In- nearly every journal of standing and influeuce ^iat^ lately visited settlements in that 1 in the State come out in an open, bold and-hian- ! ly advocacy of this the paramount issue' of the day ; 'tis true there are some of our Democratic cotemporaries, from whose eyes the scales have not fallen, and who are still under the ban of political old foggyism; whom, with a pious zeal for long exploded doctrines, would dig from the grave-yard of the burried past, some skele- ton of a long forgotten theory, with which to vicinity and on the Attascosa, stealing about thirty htad of horses, he having lost six.— Seguin Journal. We have repeatedly brought up the subject of our extended Indian frontier, and called attention of the powers that be thereto, nothing ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 April 1857

Office of State Engine Galveston, April 15,1851 SEALED PROPOSALS will at this office until the 14th inclusive, for making certain impro the Brazos river, from the town of. to Washington. The same to be d cordance with specifications thereof on file in this office, copies of which are furnished to the editors of the Washington American, Rich- mond Reporter and Columbia Democrat, for the inspection of bidders. The work to be done within a reasonable time, to be mentioned in the contract. Pejtarate bids will also be "re- ceived for-portions of said work, in sections as follows Séctioii 1. Fr<¡BB Columbia to Rich- .fc'roHi Richmond to San Fc- ^óí the rock shoals ; Sec- Sim Jsdifce to Washington. "IAM FIELDS, * State Engineer. tifications of work to be done on the Brazos river, for the purpose of improv- ing the navigation thereof under the pro- visions of certain acts of the Legislatui e. making an appropriation for said pur- pose, viz : The rock shoals, which so completely ob- struc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 28 April 1857

SHE WOULD'HT KABBY A MECHANIC A young man c>iiuncnccd visiting a young woman, and appeared to be well pleased. One evening he called when it was quite late, which led the young girl to inquire where "he had been. '• I had to work to-night " u What! do you work for a living?" she inquired in astonishment. '•Certainly." replied the young man, ,-I am a mechanic." u I dislike the name of a mechanic," and jshe turned up her pretty nose. That was the last time the young me- ■chanic visited the young woman. IJe is now Y wealthy man, and he has one of the best women in the country for his wife. The lady who disliked the name of me- chanic is now the wife of a miserable fool—a regular vagrant about grojr shops; and she. soft, veidant, silly, miserable girl, is obliged to take in washing in order to support her- self and children. You dislike the name of mechanic, eh ? You whose brothers are but well-dressed loafers. We pity any girl who has a little 'brains, who is so verdant, so soft, as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 May 1857

•LTJME 2. WASHINGTON, TE ESDAY, MAY 5, 1857. NUMBER 25. PUBLISHED EVBRY ■It- Tuesday by w.j, pKNPtasToy, fc co. Tern -$3,00 par atnamln advance. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY,!!!, 5.1857. 0? ADVKEXI8IHG. hose who desire tO'advertise in the American. we respectfully call tlieir at ten tion to the following rates: 18qmrel*i ¡¿scrtiúii Ü00¡ eachsüb. Insert idu, 50cts 1 il 1 year 10,00, Sis jMonlhs $*00 3 do S do Í * iQ *• do T do 8 do • do n to do do d« do do do do do do 18,00, 26,00, 90,00, 34,00, 87,00, 40,00, 48.00, 45,00, 80,00, do 9 do do do 13,00 17,00 20,00 23,00 25,00 27,50 80,00 32,00 A square iá eight lines. We cxpect in future one quarter in ad- vance. AH notices to be published for a less time tnan six months, will be charged strict- \y by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Persons desiring to rem't money to us can do so through the mails at our risk. ^ ÍS EDITOR HI HELL. A Certain editor, not a thousand miles from ftq place, being in a state of uncertainty, not long ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 May 1857

W.J. PENDtKTON, Editor. "«iL, é, 1¿7- «T We*nf t.<horteiI to announce Buíus H. Fel- Eaqr-, • * e n<ll<U e for election to Congress ¿pon tlie independent Democratic ticket. W We«re.Mtl<arizrd by the friend of Hon- B. X- Tiylw. Juitfeofthie Judicial District,lo u- him as a candidate for ie-clection. OT We are aathorized to announce Thomas Har on, as a candidate lor the Judgeship iu the iJwHcUl District. ' Business seems to fee looking up a little ; there is still room for ■ Some of oar planters have good stands i corn, while others from the late ,cold and unseasonable weather, will be com- pelled to replaatagain. f We didn't get any beef the other day, 5 hare halt a showing, we intend to 9 some of them'ar squirrels on to-morrow. We learn that the Odd Fellows meet ing in Anderson on the 1st was largely attend- ed. The festivities of the day's celebration 1 with a Terpscchorean fete. 9&T We learn from a letter to Col. Craw- ford, from the agent in New Orleans, that a ste...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 May 1857

A. ETilGAIBIS! BARGllflS!! BARGAINS!!! AT THE EMPORIUM. C. BKAXARl', having already a large toe!; of goods on band, and more to arrive, lias determined to sell tucm at . ■ ftEocofcn Prices. And would rc;pcci;'utfy call the attention of persons visiting th-* city, to her stock of DRB4S, MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, Con-tstiug of— -iik Robu, Borage do,; dov <}0. Rich, Cbally* Wlnt.' -iiiu, 1 tinted Orgundy Fiow«red do, Orgundy Robes, b>wn and BriilLuit do, Robe be Voyagers, l'lain 1 'ecolie Figured and striped Berages, Embroi tories and White UOOd*. A fine as ortmant, consisting of— i , Plain and Barred Muslin. Iuuu Muslin and Nainsook, Plain and dotted; wiss Mus in Lhbroidersd Minus. Bud Fwras Afpuqkd, 4c, A beautiful assortment of Trimming, Ribbons and But- tons, con 1 ting of— jcfled Irimtning, Mulbery and Bead Lace, Linen Pearl Buttons, Oimps and Fringes Tassel Buttons, Fancy Figured, do Buglftj, Brocade Mlk Ribbons. • o. do, Plain, Uauxepiain and Figured do, Norrow Ceep do, e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 May 1857

A delicate littlo/'D atchman," with a pal e fece and faperial pair of whiskers, was be- fore the poblice court this morning, on the charge of assaulting his wife. Hid name is Frank Rnshenbach. The mane of his wife being cnHed, she went twaddling—for she is Jittle and fat—to the witness stand. '•Say," said she to the judge, '«he's sick; he can nix stand him no more in der shail. I pay der costs." i jour hand and be swirn." was the f the stern judge. >9ick. I tells notin' the i, he does notin' mit me. I pay ?" answered the repen- •! *hy don't you rchwear, an' it' too." sang out the husband, it' excited hinself. ''Mine } this, so she rai- sullenly took the t did yoar husband do to you'J" h—shusta little. He ; takes der bottle away > Strike you?" it is der costs 1 I pay der costs m;>n be's sick, and dak$s him out . shaii." responded the now agonized jvft thought of that before warrant against him," said i prosecuting attorney. ''You having your husband arrested, must testify, p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 May 1857

TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUC LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND "Heaven -and we in innocent." WASHINGTON, ESDAY, MAY 1% 1857. NUMBER 26. OLUME 2. CAH T DO WITHOUT a íapea. EVERY TUESDAY BY PUBLISHED THE WIFE'S TRIALS " W.J. PENDLETON. A CO. * . Tanu-SS.OO p« una in advance. A8IWGTOT, TUESDAY, IAY. liW bates 0* adykbnsare. ^ ' To those who desire to advertise in the Aibericah. we respectfully call their atten 'tion to the following rates: '18%« r« 1st insertion $100; each «ib. Insertion, Met 'a do a do 4 do I * • do t do a do * do 40 do ^eiur «ta do do do do do do do 10,00, Six (Months 18,00, do 26,00, do 30,00, do 34,00, do 3*,00, da 40,00, do 43,00, da 45,00, do SO,00. $700 13,00 17,00 20,00 23.00 45,00 27,60 30,00 32,00 A. square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- vance. All notices to be publi sited for a less time toan six months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Persons desiring to remit money to us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 May 1857

fcs|mfltra|Uterii:¡m J. PES UI4KTON Editor. WÍSIÍÍS GT8^Í~TL¿SI)Á Y~,_ MA¥ ~ Ii~ li¿7. •re «.rtB i1*e«Ho nraoonee- Bttfua H. Fel- der, Bsqr , >> ^ cajuliiUte for election to Congress Th% iiw4pfndeát Q««iocr*)ic tictet. 0* We re authorized by the friends of Hon- B. j E BajWl . T—'r~ T -'District, to au- nooace bim as a candidate for ie-election. are au thorised to announce Thomas Har- rf—. Jjq., as a. candidate tor the Judgeship in the fed Judicial District. .Vegetables are remarkably scarce and Kgh this season. tSf* Many of the cbina trees thought to be killed by the late frosts are, we are pleased to gee, branching oat from the trunk. We learn that the old Washington is shortly to be thoroughly renovated and fit- ted oat J9* Attention is called to the advertise- ment of Robinson A Co's circus and menagerie to perform in this place on next Saturday week. J9* We had the pleasure on yesterday, of meeting with Attorney General Willie. Friend Jim is looking better than usual. gg^&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 May 1857

p. Buchanan's nooMíholít. it is said Lew is to be his private Secretary, pico . Mi«s Lane is to do the It he White House. is poverty, whilst each, virtue sto tivatincr relief. Íe*waá a favórii Jonhg ic tagfcy, a, for- a resi- it BOt i the damsel in ere—proposing a on nhe hymenial e moment its diurnal revolu- handsome, warm- tender advances to- same fair lady, asking, not alone her ing smiles, but the favor of her heart Like Claúde Mefootte, his only mis- I captivating relief. a tal eyes, and in this respect his advances highly encouraged, whi.'st those of the former lover met with disapprobation. Yield- ing to filial solicitations, the youthful damsel consented to wed her last admirer. The nup- tial feast was near at band; all preliminary ar- rangements were made dreparatory to being '-consummated on the third of this month. It now appears the heroine irt question had *an affinity stronger than silken bands for her former suitor.—First love asserted its potent spell—she yielded, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 May 1857

Closing the Asylums in Indiana.^ Ovia^ to thelftlrifo o( the laat legislature of Indium to mflSfcfce necessary appropria- tions, the asylums rafeóle deaf and dumb «ad the Mind of Iiodianapofis have been clo- sed, and the children returned to their res- pectict-counties. H*-Journal saj*fi it was «aelancStolj s%ht to witness the appear- ance «f &e ¿hilciren as they were busy in ¿riling each ether's attention to the sights ood scenes so familiar, which tk«y have probably seen for the last time. Gov.— WOlWdrhu been urged to call an extra ses- aion of the legislature, but be does not seem inclined to do so. <iiéMÍ Walloon, oh artificial Whalebone. T-ín the city of Meissen. in Saxony, which has-been noted for its porcelain manufae- 11702, there ts now in active oper- liment for the manufacture I whalebone, or as its German in* us it, Wallosin. The article i with a ready sale, and under the aus- f the German Universal Credit Insti- the manufactory is increas- and is attracting atten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 May 1857

news, politics, temperance, educat ^Literature, and the progress of mankM " Hcaveú á'áá earth ^1 iTJME 2. WASHINGTON, T PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY IV. J, PENDLETON, 4b CdS ^-= T«rms-93,00 par aamtfm U advance. 7 WUHlftm IÜ8S8AT, lit. 19,1857 _ B - umoT -To those tfho desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully/ *11 their atten Con to the following rates: 1 fMimlat insertion $100; each n*. Insertion, SOcls X 1 year — - a da do • > ao do 4 4 d ■•H'é *0 g do <io 7 do do t 4 <io • 1 4o do 10 do do «0JB0, A sqatre is eight lines. We expect in future one quartet, in ad Tance. All notices to be published for a less time tnan she months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Persons desiring to rem't money to us can do so through the mail® at our risk. ¿TENNESSEE SNAKE STORY The New York Spirit of the Times, tells a fanny story of an Irishman, who was exceed- ingly afraid of snakes—especially " ould ones and who had thrust himself...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 May 1857

m SB ' W. J. PENDLETON, Editor, 1 WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, 1AY 19, 1857. > We ara authorized to announce General Sam a, candidato for Governor at tho August I to annonnce Bufas H. Fel a candidate for election to Congress dependent VemocratIe:tisket re «re authorized by the friends of Htm- B. Baylor, Judfeoftnia Judicial District, to an- i him as a candidate far ie-election. are authorized to announce Thomas Har- : m\ candidate tor the Judgeship in the Hjerald reports a complete otthe wheat crop by the frost. r Oar merchants are having a more lively par* the late rain, and we doubt not that considerably yet. • • The Supreme Court of the U. S., for i Western district, meets at Austin on the kllooday in Jhne. Judge Duval presiding. *!£ «m i> We are now having a series of unsea- sonable "weather, the nights and mornings be- ing cold to a considerable degree. J®" If deep was poison to the human sys- e wot of some who would never see day light again^ - JQT We learn from the Frontier Pat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 May 1857

f pie, and as well as "—Letter _ ta tale. ay in that far-famed the New Year's day , winter had set in in Snow had fal- f inches, and it being lent sleighing—a rare wintO|l seem sadly degenerated _ much more mild and free from in the day* of oar fathers ; perhaps llaaaewpnodate the to oar failing health and 'itmfetk; for this latter fact is but too appar- at Yet this New Year's day seemed more a type-of the old time.„ It was cold, yet not too mm, and the sleighing was excellent. Every- body that had a suitable conveyance, or could gat one, even at any price, was ont enjoying the ■port ; ooly the more keenly to be enjoyed for its rarity. It was indeed a gala day; bright RdA Watifal overhead, brighter and more beau- tiful «till in the human hearts beating so joy- oodr beneath. finest Hammond sat in his connting-room, busily engaged in attending to the reception of a huge quantity of goods, just arrived. He was yoBDg jm> bat fast rising in wealth and po&i- brought with to basines...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 May 1857

pBegagi .i i . 11 ■ 11 tut XAznrnoM raw orleaxs. ARRIVAL OF THE GALVESTON. ! steamer Galveston arrived yesterday just ", with passengers from New Or- , a list of whom arwick, with passengers f a tfceOpekmsos railroad, i found elsewhere. The i Jews' Express we have been favor- m Orleans dates to.the 6th instant, l we copy the following news: arrival OF THE INDIAN. 1 The Liverpool and Montreal steamship In- dian, from Liverpool, has arrived at Quebec. Lrmtpeoc COTTON MARKET. dull. The sales for amounted to 18,000 bales, St which took 1,000 bales, and exporters Éd., Middling Mobile, jcd. Government has abandoned the with France. classify the new House La : « Derbyites, 227; Reform- Liberal Conservatives, 55. erance. Government has adopted the of transportation for criminal- from the manufactumtg dis- very unsatisfactory. is a decline in breadttufis, and the is vwy favorable for crops. ind Duke. Conrtantine had arrived at he was received with great hon- A BP ABU and REXICO. i and Mexica...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 26 May 1857

59S t NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDÜI 1, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. " Heaven aná I tfaát '#e árie iniofteot." . "WASHINGTON. T: ESDAY, MAY 26, 1857, NUMBER PUBLISHED EYJÉRY TUESDAY BY I W.J. PENDI TW—-g.OOpr WlStaémTBESDAÍ W, fc CO. liiMraM. fci . BATES 07 tat „ tboM who desire to advertise in the AjUeriCán. we respectfully call their atten tton to the following rate : J Iflift l*t Insertion $100 {each rob. Uwertiou, 80ct« 1 year 10,00, Si* (Mouths ,|700 • ' do d. 26.00, 1 i4 S 4o • *> * <o « «• 4* * «• * « «• *• 1 «• de 0 * 4* f'JL square is eight Knes. We expect in future one quaver in ad- Tf.—- AH noficestobc-puMished for aless tinw toan six months, will be chwjged strict- ly l>y the square, and the money Bust be paid in advance. Persons desiring U rera't ■acmey to usoaa 1 to through the mails at wurriak. OB HO DISTREBOTIOK, mri the wsstioh- The question of the distribution of the pro < ceeds of the public lands, seems just at this 1 jipfji pin moment t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 26 May 1857

Spígtmrjmcriau W. .J. PKNDL.ETON, Editor. WÁSHlÑGTreSl^ TLTKSÜÍY, 3ÍAY 86^ If¿7" FOB GOVERNOR, GEN; SAM HOUSTON. FOR SENATOR,- G.W. CRAWFORD. «re authorized to announce Bufaj H. Pal- iar, x*4qr-, ■ * candidate for election to Congress Ifn tUe independent Democratic ticket. >i mit " ■—| Bar We «reí authorized by the friends of Htm- E. S B- Baylor, 'Judfe of tftta Judicial District, to all-, ■•wee him as a candidate for le-electiou. are authorized t."> snnonnce Thomas H&r- t aa a candidate lór the Judgeship in tlie I District. ■ Attention is called to several new ad- • Our readers will find two very interest- r oar Communication head. f*What's the matter with our exclian- Some maila we get none, while of others ! of an almost autideluvian date. ■We regret to learn of some i ih the town of Brenham. ■ Onr neighbor.ftf the Telegraph is grow- ing JacoUiva pojv-a-days. What's the matter, iwonder? ■ ■ a friend, that the first i been felled, jmd the first line ran upon ' and JBreoh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 26 May 1857

wOtm AGENCY. } Juvenile Logic.—" That which thou . to do, do it with all thy might," said a c! and understapd a patrimon- mnn to his son, one morning. •RTISEM'TS, with this view, presented myself Tliis Mr. X '■—, is a man ' years of age, with white hair, a íléañ-shaven, and in fact resembling a Tneial tenor. " Sir," said he, after having offered me. a chair, " tbere is a very false idea of my estab- ¡ lishment in the world. There are people who it- think that I have under lock and kpy, a regi- Bestex- ment of old, middle-aged, and young lidies, who promenade under the eyes of the visitor, who himself is in the position of a sultan throw- ing a handkerchief. -The Mata- thof Mr. Seth ■■ le was one of A us-see the ladies, who wish of whom ■ten left Others are content to suppose that they will to be married, through a key-hole. i brains out near Erskine's fer- r Guadalupe, of the 14th inst He * ¡ Dallas herald says a drove of ^00 head "5r cattle passed through Dallas on Sunday last. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 26 May 1857

A GOOD ROSY jJnimbor ot politicians, all of whom were seeking office uader government, were scattered on the tavern porch, talking, when an old to- per, HÜed D , came np to fhem. Now, Mid —, k a person who is very loquacious 'corned," "but exactly opposite when so- At Hie present time bong '■tight," he .said if company had no objections he would CARDS. B. BOTJLDS BAKER, M. D. Washington, Texas. OFFICE at. the late residence of Dr. T. J. Heard, on Ferry Street v2nl6-ly ten I if #fC astofy. They told him i -"fire away," follows.: Icing—float recollect his name— her, upon whose judgment he al- L .Now it so happened that one ftodk it ñato has head to go a hunt- r«Bmmoning his nobles aad ma- irations, he summoned dhiaif it would rain, r told him that it would not, agd i -departed.—While journeying ; a countryman mounted on a Vised them to return, "for," 1 it will certainly rain." They smiled " ' on him and went cm. Before ay miles, however, they had I to tegret not having taken the rusti...

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