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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 2 June 1857

Pure, literátüée, md the progress of MANffllh .ij j«.U fall that we are innocent." ¡LTJME 2. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1857. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY W.J. PEN DLETON, & CO. ¿TMU-S3.00 per la advance. . WASHINGTON, TUESDAY,TfOSB. I \84>. SATES 0? ASVEXTI8IHO. ~ • To tho&e who desire to advertise in the .American, we respectfully call their atten tion to the following rates: 1 Stair* l t insertion $100; eaeb cab. insertion, SOcts * " 3 do t 4B 4 * I 4a • 4o T 4s • do • 4o If 4. A square is eight lines. ^ We expect in future one .quarter in ad- vance. All notices to be put !* s-hed for a less time tnan six months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the moijey roust be paid in advance. Persons desiring to remit Money to (is p$i) do so through the mails at our risk. 1 year 10,00, Six |Uonlh< $700 do 18/ , 18,0Í do 25.00, do 17.00 do 30,00, do 20,00 do 84,00, do 23,00 do 87,00, do 23,00 do 40,00, do 27,50 do 43.00, do \ 80,00 do 43,03, do 82,00 do 60,0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 2 June 1857

S;|nigtflajwerkmt W.Í. PENDL.KTON, Editor WlSHi'SfiTflS, TUESDAY, JDSB % 1&7. FOB GOVERNOR, ©EN. SAM HOUSTON. FOR COM. OFTHE LAND OFFICE. "CAPT.S. CROSBY. FOB SENATOB, G.W. CRAWFORD. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, WILLIS RANDLE- 0- Waare authorised to announce Bufa H. Fel- ^ u a candidate for election to Congress jpon the iodapendent Democratic ticket. -.mgr Wean anttrofixed by the friends of Hon- B- B- Baylor, Jodfeoftnia Judicial District,'to an ta candidate for íe-election. "Wa are authorized to announce Thomas Hat- m as a candidate tor the Judgeship in the I Jadieial District • j^>Dr, B. B. Baker will take charge of the i daring oar absence. , Dr. W. T. Le Grand informs us that ^ be had aa optical view of the comet, this morn- —® 'We learn that Gen. Walker, with his i two hundred and thirty men, had ar- rived m New Orleans.^ We are now having a series of good On last Sunday night we had a fine The crops, generally, look very jg3E" Tbe Galveston Herald, a new paper published by Cherr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 2 June 1857

1 .into his'boat to pro" Itackerl by a pans of -vnnn<l> three «ittvft af- ill Known fact tfiát bffip about, town IKth. nii'1 that, as the fijo relress can be obtained jwdhorities. [From the-Am Tú'ui Firmer's Ma^ai.iie. chemistry- We have rtevrr snpposed that the practical " akc t< *h of i'4- Tlie latter is tnwJe by itself. The for- ralso. i farmer shou d undertake to be a practicad cherá- — ; ' '. "íself. . Th. ' tner is the b ist btuinas in tjie world—the ^reat, i with the ste'am- ; for afeeminary building in ÍTous- i been made with Mr. De Chaume. icx and Ice Ckea* are among the Ihxnries ' enjoyed this season in Sa^bSfe.. , , The Age of Commerce sa^ there is.a move- l meat on foot to create a neir coúhty of big ' thicket and the North Eastern portion of 'Bar- . Ht ¿yen-appointed employment, for about half Thorp , f the who'•human family—an avocation com- eommorlious pa'ib'e <vith nigh intelligence,great self-respect «f goods, '""I «teem, but not favorable to a cul- ' ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 2 June 1857

•FEAGEKBACH A .TUCE INCIDENT. i tb* principality of Hohenlohe, now a kingdom of «Tirtemburg. in a ! Ragenbach. where, about twen- the following event took place: toon in the early autumn, in the i of Bagenbacb, several men and ; assembled from the village. The smith formed one of 1 company—a strong vigorous man. t countenance and daring mien, s , i a good natured smile ou his that every one who t-aw him admired . 1IU arms were like barstof iron and i like forge hammers, so tbit few could - him in strength of body. 1th sat near the door chatting with i neighbors, when al{ once the ed.and a dog came staggering into , a great powerful beast, with a fe- '□1 aspect; his head was hang- bis- éyes bloodshot, his lead i hanging half way out of his tail dropped between his legs, st entered the room, was no escape but one door, the smith's neighbor, who was of the place, seen the animal i deadly pale, sprang up and i a horrified voice: the dog is mad!" i outcry. The room was full I women, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 June 1857

POLITICS-'TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION; ATURE, AND THE PR are innocent." " Acaren and earth shall witness, ME % UBSDA Y KTO>, WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1857. , EATKS OT ADVERTISING. ' Tfet*<*ifwho desire to advertís. in the Amaaican. we wpeetfully call tl,e.r atten tiowife I We following retes: $100; each «ok. inaertiou, Mcts 10,00, Six , Months $700 18.00, do ,oo, #4,00, VfiO, «.0 , rio do do do do do do 13,00 IT .00 20,00 13.00 ,00 27,SO 80,00 32,00 1 1 ■* ijmr • 4o do • do do 4 do ■ ,4a- £ % • So do , do MM* A fqwre i* eight linos. W« eaprct in future one quarter in M- ▼ene*. AlVaotice* to be published ftjr a less time ywn «i* months, will be charged strict- ly by tbe sqn re. and ^thc money ">nst lie paid in advance. Persons desiring^to retn't money to as can do so through the mails at onrrlsfc. ^ «aüs#imtum—"— P2IUCE93 A Romanceof ike Old and N>-v World. nt EMMA d. e. nl socthworth. Author of " The L«st\ Heiress.•• The serted Wife1' "Th ,M¡ ssing* Bride," ibntiói...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 June 1857

■AH JACIKTO T*f.he Alamo aid to be all marked with (ilaf to those discovered at T, J. PENDLETON,JEditor. v ^ FOR GOVERNOR, GEffrSAM HOÜSTONl FOR OOM- OF THE LAND OFFICE. CAFF, S. CROSBY. FOR SENATOR, G. W. CRAWFORD. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, WILLIS RANDLE. Krf #i'in authorized by the friend of Sgg. S. X. B, Jndceofthit Judicial Siatrict, to an- c him aaa candidate for re-election. HT.ITfltart wtkoriaed ta announce Thomas Har- rilon, bq t aa a candidate lor the Judgeship in the ard MkM Watrict ■¡We would be much pleased to see a .load of watermelons in town shortly. " We are authorized by Rofus H. Feldef, to withdraw his Dame from the canvass. J9*> Sea cfrd of J. O. k H. M. Trucheart, Auctioneers, land locators, and general agents. 10* Corn has been selling at Sioux City, Iowa, at $3 per bushel. The arrival of the iron work has given the new Custom at Pensacola, (Florida) a new :!er¡ TJ. - 'mfT. í : : u m .. ■ The nett receipts of Mr. Everett's lec- tures at Louisville, amounted to upwa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 June 1857

new advertisements. I be Lrrer- t fa dull. T >MP«* j is-eéfcy at prtfiodi ratas. Consols il W «ÍTHWrf 1-4 J^üRTHIR BY TH1 ARABIA. . TM COTTON ilAKKET. Nbw ink. May 28.—Cotton in (he Lhr- advanced l-8d. upon the re ¿labia's aiivkee oat; bat thw> i loot and the market closed Speculator* have taken 6.000 , and exporten 5.000 bales. Fair Or- leans fa footed at 8 3-8c. Market closed steady. • BBEADSTcrfn. In índiancorn the market was unchanged. Wheal had declined 2d a%L ' PROVISIONS. The fbarket was generally unchanged. In |>ork the market was dull. In beeT the auu-kjat was unchanged. Lard do. MONET MARKET. Money was easy at previous rates. Con- tool* had advanced 1-4; and were quoted at 93 7 8*94 flw money. Bullion in bank in- treated £237 ooa . 7 LONDON SUGAR MARKET. Sugar market dull a -d declining. Ia2s. PARLIAMENTARY MATTERS. there had been leave giren in the House «f Commons to introduce a bill authorizing tWe admission of Jews to sit in Parliament. The Mdii.se of Lords we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 16 June 1857

i ■ I •• 1- GALVESTON. latest from frange. [Tflry not. b^IRglbl lioate's specrh on behalf of Mrs. • defowfalit in tltecasc, we extract • characteristic passage: It i Mid flwt there was an intimacy be- tween Ilelint Jialton and SiimuetvLecnise ©i the drive*, the rinfs exchanged, the books which as lontr** she is a living- woman is to b6 the Sutrówi ánd lfpen'.tnoe of her life did'lpfct. ^.They will say, a Mr." E.O. C«- ressed it, that there was a flirtation betwe^T. finmner and Mrs' Dalton. I an- exactly in ti e it might liave jgone farther but it was *t°ppe<k "Üllfcáwír, this second great piece «f cW«MBstaiHia> evidence in the words of tbei^^rlliiesses, that it was a flotation only, and Am it stopped. I answer in my own Wka(M*]so. m the next place, gentlemen, wMKljiutly prefer, that this intimacy. i the days of Joseph Addison has I a flirtation, (a vulgar, gross, litit Ntsive word, hut with the sanction •f^tereat master Of classic lore, Addison, ho waver >—this which we cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 June 1857

5¡WS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION TURE, AID THE PROGRESS OF I, "Heaven and earth shall witness, if ire innocent." -oto WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1857, NÜMBÉU 31. poewsntD every Tuesday by *=6 . J, mDLETOiV, & CO. ^sn}| ^SS,00 per annum In advance. friMWSM.TDBSÍlY, JUSE SO. 1847. KATES O* ADVERTISING. ■To those who desire to advertise in the American, «re respectfully call their atteri tiq^ to the following rates: Vi^vtraiat insertion $100; eachrob. insertiou, 50cts 1 1; 1 year 10,00, Si* (Monlhs $700 *<«•' h liteti :-s *• éé do 2J.OO, 80,00, do do do do do do do 18.00 17.00 20,00 28,00 25,00 27,50 30,00 82,00 do srm, <ko «,##, do 43.00, do 45,00, db 50,00. ft square is eight lines. We -«Xpect in future one quarter in ad- vancS. AH notices to be published for a less tiére tnafk six months, will be charged strict- ly* fcythe square, artd the money must be p*Mttm*ance. Persons desiring to retnil nev to us can do so through the mails at rwk. OUB COUHTKY. The gre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 June 1857

Cffittimmtcatiutts. . SAM HOUSTON AND THE CAN- 10 his vo VASS. W.J. PENDLETON, Editor. 1867" | <' FOE GOVERNOR, om SAM HOUSTON. ÍH5HCGM. OF THE LAND OFFICE. CAPT, S. CROSBY. FOR SENATOR, f.W. CRAWFORD. FOB REPRESENTATIVE, WILLIS HANDLE- f Tain authorized by the friends af Hon- X, J. J. Baylor, Judge of tnis Judicial District, to au- la candidate for ie-election. <?• Seedingly gratified to find things in so prosperas a.?onUition. Our neighbors of the Bayou City seem to be alive to their own interests, and the increased trade speaks well fot the euter^ri of her citizen*. We found many new and substantial buildings going up, as also a general spirit of improve- ment manifest throughout the entire city. The business houses are of the first class—en- terprizing. punctual and faithful. The hotels ^ cáh't fere we catch the contagion; lie ter We IR authorized t? announce Thomas Har- yjlia, Kcq , as a candidate lor the Judgeship iu the Snl Judicial District 49^ See list of Letters adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 June 1857

NEW ADVERTISEM'TS. June 15.—The Washington, ^to-day for Bremen, via, tíouth- out five hundred and thirty ^dollars in treasure; and the Ariel, ation, two hundred and thirty making the total shij aunts oí the 'three millions. _ J | Ths Capital.—The new dome of the Cap: jWor our tal looms up, day by day, though it has not miles yet assumed anything like the outline and pro- portion it will take when completed. The present care of the architect and workmen is to secure proper supports for t e immense from' Capt. Hatch's; weight of material to be used in the construc- tion of this immense dome. The vast side of I continúes, the dfy of San! the brackets forming the base of the dome, to their papers, is full of! strikes the beholder with wonder. Each t .i«t of Letters 1) KM A1MNU in tlif Post i iffice al M tub " V ingion, Texas, on the 1st .Inly, 1857. market is just very fine melons,' of the .basest stamp, are ina continual jeop- for a-corn crop in Texas is Reports .of recent from every s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 30 June 1857

B. BOULDS BAKER, M. D. Wellington, Texas. OffllCI >i the lale residence of Dr. T. J. Hunt, on 1/ terry Street. v2nl5-ly % JOHN G. ALLEN, M. D. •MCE IN mi OF SWING'S DRUG STORE, tSn7-fy Washington Texas. DR. J. J. WYATT, AUSTIN HOUSE, Washington, Texfis. Kooias & sbabct, Jas. 8. baktok, WfcsMa^ton, Texas. Wheelock, Texas. ROGERS SEARCY, k BARTON, ATTOKNETS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, ItTIll practice in all tlie Coarta of the Third indicia) VV District, and the countiea of Grimes, Brazos ana B<*aa M- IT MCiDOO- o X. kobwood 'moadoo & Norwood! AHORNEIS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW : Washington, Texas. \rrtVL practice la Washington and surrounding V eouutiea. * • v2nlo-ly. «.ALLEN, AfTOBKEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Washington. Texas. /"kTVICE in réar of Ewing'a Drug Store. Utttmli 81th, rloS-lj; : Ñ0TÍCL I heresy forewarn an persons fir jm trading for a note swepted by me to Barret T. Millican for one hnn dredboshels of corn, for I am determined not to ray said note, only at the end of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 July 1857

lews, politics, temperance, education, 'Heaven and earth shall witness, if America and the it we are innwent." mm*m 9 WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1857. 8VEÍIY TUESDAY BY Í¿#1 >ff£ND LETON, & CO. f IWlHI ta lártnM. r, mil. 1857. iiit ADYMmmro detiiie to advertise in the 'American. we respectfully' call tlieir atten kiqnto the following rates: T hmHn« $100 i each *ub. inaertiou, SOcts 1 •• 1 year 10,«0, SU iMmitha $700 *-M .+ -*• ■* ;*.«•> * lh <o ISjOO, 00, 90,00, 34,00, ST/ , 40,00, do da do do do do 1 ,0S 17.00 20,00 23,00 25,00 27,60 80,00 32,00 R. J. WALKER—SINGULAR INCON- SISTENCY. . This willy politician has been for some time catting ap some strange antics npon the politi- cal boards of the Union. Presented with the Governorship by Mr. Buchanan, with extreme reluctance he was prevailed npon to assume the dignity as well as the responsibility, (thrice was Caesar offered the Crown,) of bringing in- to subjection the rude occupants of unsettled Kansas. Yet wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 July 1857

íStas|mgtou^mericnn I W.X PENDLET0k,JE4Ítor. WAIHlgfifM, TTO1IAT, srnim ~~ Foa GO^KRNQS^^^^ gen. Sam houston. jf.op COM. OF THE LAND OFFICE. capt, s. crosby. FOB SENATOR. g. w. crawford. - FOR REPRESENTATIVE, willis handle. • MT We«re authorized fcy th« friends of Hon- &. ¿ B- Bljlff, Jodge of tola Jiidiciil District, to an- •oenra bin asacandMate far ia-election. re authorized to annoaoca Thomas "H*T- t aa l candidate tor the Judgeship in the SMrfct. ■Wtf Our readers most.bear with us for the ■ck of the usual amount of editorial, and the riteneas of our imue. The fact is, the editor ad foreman an both tick, and this is our apo- "S7- Jfir What a pity it is that our citizens do ■<?t appreciate the luxury of shade trees.— Were each citizen resident of Washington, to nprove bis own premises, by planting trees, 4 a short time he would be rewarded for bis abor by seeing a luxuriant foliage growing up •apidly about him. A row ef china trees upon rach ride of Ferry street, would imp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 July 1857

exas. t.T.'i. n*ahd, 00 v*.16-ly IH G. ALLEN, M. D. 411 «EAR OF SWING'S DRUB STORE, fn7-ly Washington Te.ras. _ the cele- ave, made by sculptor. J years since, and i Art Aseodétídn ' distribution, over a i drawn byalady in Pennsylvania, jw offers iffor sale, in good faith, to the dr. j. i wyatt, AÜStlÑ. HOUSE, Washington, Texas. ltttssm '* SWeatff, Uis. S. Babtoh, 'Washington Texas. Wheelock, Texas. ROGERS SEARCY, k BARTON, attorneys and counselors at law, "Y^ILL practice i n all the Conrtsofthe Third Jixltcial District, mud the counties of Grimes, Brazos sod Í bidder " I trwt tba£fci the honor of **w-oa- L l.(. XUOOO. O A. XOaWooD. McADOO & NORWOOD. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW- Washington. Texas. WILL practice in Washington and surrounding counties. v2nl0-l . h. allen, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Washington. Texas. '(March Slth, v2-n2My' OFflCK in rear of Kwing's Drug Store. (r . - - - -- HOTICE. I hereby forewarn a" persons fr- m trading for a note executed by me t Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 7 July 1857

cardst LDS BAKER, M.D. Hi shingI cm. Texas. deuce ol Dr. X. J. lis aso, 01 TiiB'ljr laie residence i " JOHN (J. ALLEN, M. D. 0MI6S LUEA* OF EWING'S DBU6 STORE, yéihly Washington Texas. , •Uyi ll+k " br. J. j. wyatt, AUSTIN HOUSE, Washington, Texas. J*s- S. Bauto Wheclock. " , Texas. BRS SEAUpT,' St, BARTON, m m COUNSELORS AT LAW, practice in all the Coarls or (ha Third Judicial ' t, mod tUe counties of Grimes, Brazos and , O- i. I01V4KI. ^•JfuADOO dfc NORWOOD. attorneys and counsellors at law, j*" í . Washington, TeX'as. and surrounding v2nl0-ly. wftkrsp" ■* I 'S.'." H.ALLEN, AtWHtlt, and counsellor at latt, Washington. Texas. AMrol in rear of twinr* Drug Store. ' IAMbmII OUi, vf-aSMy; '"I"'- NOTICE. ' al persons frjm trading for a note ■M to Barret T. Millieaa for one bun f «ornrfor I am determined not to ray f at the end of the (aw, as the consider- hteti «id note waa given has failed to prove MjWMMWdBl JOHN GRANT. March 25th, 1857 2t Ui. ; ■; ■ ■ L___ 1ELKGRAPII BAR ANO BILLIARD ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 July 1857

mm NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION ¡RATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND; 'Urartu and rarlb shall witness, if Ami (that we areinaoftit." VOLUME 2. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1857. NUMBER S3. WBMSIIKD EVEHY TUESDAY BY W J, P£ftULLTOA)& CO. Tarau -33,00 per mm la aavanw. -flSUl.NGTllN, TQCaiY, JOLT 14. 1847. Lr_ XATXS OT ASYXsixsnra. T thorns who desne 10 advertise in th<' American, we re*] eel fully call tl.eir attcii tion to tlie follow i np rates: lSqntral-t insertion $100; each *ub. iimrtiou, SOcts 1 - 1 year 10.U0, Sit Mouths $700 4* do 18,00, MOO, «0 00, M.00, ST ,00, do do do 43.00, 13.110 17.00 2 ,00 23.00 fi,0# «v*> $0.00 a '4 * C* *• . * * * •<* *• t§ «• ♦ *• 10 & A square is eight line*. We expect, in future one quarter in a«l *ance. Alt notice to be published for a less time toan si* months, will be charged strict ljr by the square, and the money awt 1* paid in advance. Persons desirinjj to rem'i money to as can do so through the mails at oa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 July 1857

dtcb.JWJl1 | democracy deeli "wfj/ pSd£f TON. Editor. JUXfii.lBTU.V TlitílíAV, WW ilMJ- FOB GOVERNOR, -GEN. SAM HOUSTON, FOB UBUTENANT-GOYEBNOR, JESSE GRIMES. JOB COM. OF THE LAND OFFICE. CAPT, S. CROSBY. • I-I: FOR SENATOR, G.W. CRAWFORD. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, , WILLIS RAN'PLR. WC9^ W(u* aótliorízcd kj tft* friend of fioa S. 2. B- Zaylor, nftni Judicial District, to au- i hiu •« a eandidale for e-eleetion. KT We arc authorised f «nnounrr Thomas Har - ritoa, Saq., at i candidate lor the Juilgealup iu the 3rd JudicM Dialriet- another column «ill be found a cor- respondence between Jesse Grimes, Esq., and a number of bis constituency in relation to the I LieuteBantrGovernorehip, wherein be consents ¿ptstorun upon the Houston ticket. We are .pleased and gratified to know that the veteran Grinea is alongside of Houston, in this import- ant" race, bat fear that be has delayed too long, «Mia^lwmM like to know what tbé amiable dokohhé Southern Star means by charging G. W. Crawford, with bein...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 July 1857

NEW ADVEMsgWIS. , my harp I tuna, in Walter' Irat platoon, OraWtbrAliaai, pokiest baud toa al] the land. ■b fed was daartleaa chhraly- g^lridi waa bU own country'* ca Ml enly shield hU country'* tow* ■rava Franklin was « resident . - «MrO*u*<u,i tJta bOXJ^ rf «" ? y^^irÜLr. • fnxrnna'ar to «aw MMk* * «aera, >.fl* heard « fcthert peníve < *, Or llamad hiauelf tS woep or jnoam. Mai eeWt* boM.b*r ^ with ¿«ida i 0>rew ki drum and toy, Ab4 ww* to was • *& * ** ' that aaONr'i bawt beat high,*** Mnd, Not draartng erlBi« AM * AWdad^onyspdaTp'ai'V. _ Fro. which he ne'er oeuMcanjeagaia, «Myaon."th li qtb* i*>ly« w. ^ . Ui^^nl' thy naeae and taae be wad. Then to a mi'lUry school Yenaf Ir—O* aeogbl * ■^,,,, *° n"*' Wbere two years oCbbyom* career Ta thone wbo had foor yearat Bo apt waa be ta mudan. It waa ta eighteen fl-ty-foor, Wben be declared he'd drill no more, ¡al ta bto Sonlbern, sonny bofce ji tfa^p mii« iip Mí com®, Where <HreH M-< truest friend0 a mother, Ami d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 14 July 1857

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Publication Title: Washington American, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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