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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 July 1857

OLTJME 2. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1857. NUMBER 34. PÜULISHRD EVERY TUESDAY BY W. J, PEN D LETON, A. CO. Tanta HS3.00 Mr unatnlmM. WASMiNfiTOK, TUESDAY, JOLT 21,1857. " Ullt OF ADVXBTISIHG. To thou who desne to advertise in the Amer inn. we respectfully call their at ten twn to tire following rates': IS(iW< 14 IuMiM 4t00^-«ach <ub. insertion, SOeta - lysar 14,04, Six (Mouths $700 do 18*4, do 1XM 2 do 25.06, do 17.00 * «• d* - "a - do 20,00 4 4 4* 3tt,W| 23,00 % * 4* 3*,04, ?voo S 4 4* S3 fit, da 7 to da 40,04, do 27,50 • «• 4* 43.04, do 80,00 • *• da 45,00, do 32,00 U 4* da MM , A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- v a rice. All notices to be published for a less time tnan nix months, will be charged strict- \y by the «qwtre, and the-money must be paid in advance. Persons desiring to remit • money to os cu do so through the mails a1 o nr risk. AM IK&ENIOPa MEDLEY. The anon wu shitting silver bright, M All bloodless lay th' untrodden s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 July 1857

W.J. PENDLETON, Editor. FOR GOVERNOR, <3EN. SAM HOUSTON. FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, JESSE GRIMES. FOR COM. OF THE LAND OFFICE. CAPT, S. CROSBY. FOR SENATOR, G.W. CRAWJbVRD. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, «WILLIS HANDLE- UT We are authorized bj the friends of Hon- X. 2. B- Baylor, Judge of tni Judicial District, to at> him m a candidate for ie-election. WSf We are authorized t>ajiunuuce Thomit Ear riaoB. T*-l, a* k. candidate lor the Juogekliip iu tin 3rd Judicial District. J®- As we bear some discrepency exists be- tween Messrs "Crawford and Sheppard in. rela- tion to the actual amount of money in the State Treasury, and the current expenses.— That a fair understanding may be had we tak( tie following extract from the Comptroller 8 Report, which embodies the facts of the case as far as we are able to judge. In his Report (which may also be fouuJ on page 139, of the Texas Almanac,) the Comptroller gives the ag- gregate amount of specie and bonds in the Treasury on 31st Oct., 1855, at $4,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 July 1857

•MlTS. usly TsTana pieces before iter theystiil up billets of fire- 1(1 not regain the up their berths and j in the main tnizzen and i leaders in the ineendi- lorthwith shot down, when the rest the fires. Ten of the Coolies k killed, three drowned and fourteen woun 'ded. several jumped overboaril on the passage -of the ship to tins-place, where she arrived on "the 13th of. March. * The Peruvian ship Carmen left Swatow on •the fst-tif March, for Callao, with Sjven pass- ■jnjers and. a cargó of 200 Coolies. On the :8th?<0( March, when off the Great Natamas, {ábrtnt 8 P. M. the interpreter warned the Captain that the Coolies meditated a revolt, intending to take the ship. They were forth- with sent below -, all was quiet .uptil the next 'morning, when the Cool it* W re permitted to •come on deck. While the créw were at break- Cut, the Chinese went forward aud throw iuto SüüTuLbehind her Opposite to her was a toilet-table j Evans. Mrs Margret Stoiiey. John B the hold _ _ | ^which the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 21 July 1857

¡rt CARD B. BOULDS BAKK1 Wc shinglon. Texas. ncm >t the Ule residence of Dr. T. I. Bmu, oil Ferry Street. v2nl6-ly JOHN O. ÁLLEÑ, M.*D. 11 KEAK OP SWING'S DRUG STORE, ▼2n7-ly Washington Texcu. DR. J. J. WYATT, AUSTIN HOUSE, Washington, Texas. Jas. 8. Bibtob, Wbeelock, Texas. ítlttMT, fashington, Texas. ROGERS SEARCY, k BARTON, WT0RNEY8 AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, ILL practice in all Ib* Coarta of the Third Judicial District, sad the counties of Grimes, Brazos and ir. o. a. korwood McADOO & NORWOOD. ATTORNEYS AND 'COUNSELLORS AT LAW, . Washington, Texas, ' "tf TILL practice inHWaaliington and surrounding W counties. v2nl0-ly. H. ALLEN, •ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Washington. Texas. OT7IO in rear of Swing's Drug Store. * (March Slth, v2-n20-ly) ÑÜTÍCL I hereby forewarn a." persons fr jm trading for a note executed bjrae to Barret T. Miilican for one hun drcd bushels of coro, for I am determined not to ray iit note, obIt at the end of the law, as the consider- hich said note was...

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

WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1857. NUMBER 35. ¡aa /i IflíSTSa. in the lo ad «aiMVi IUIII, .wc I cnj^viimi item to rtwfi.n&wlng rite* % Mivnu. % ¿áj^ Xjeir <* *• - t * 4 4 ,4- «• 1 a* * 4* *• <i *• i* 1 do do • 4* *• m.ét <h> ¥11 % * $100¡«Mh«ub. inawrtioa, Mete *U iMoslh. tf7<W ll-Wi <!• 13*0 74.00, do IT.00 80,0flr, do 9M *4,00, do SM* «M- *1 40,00, . dO , 2*,S0 do J0,00 do *?,*> expect If rutare one quarter in ad- A notice* to be published for a less )tfme than six mouths, will be charged strict- )jr by tlie square, and the money must be p«d « advance. Persons desiring to remit , money to us can do so through the mails at [From ti UuuaU THE COQUETTE, í. i ' .--.muí ••• T". ' UNREQUITED LOVE. ill riot describe her ] 'tis enough «t person; 'tis cn< pearly vein ne'er shaded hand more fair; H(t the bright tint deep mantled in her lip, A#4 with each thought varied the beauty 0( her dimpled cheek. This will speak vol- It wiH tell of Heaven's most prec...

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

>N, F«Hfar. >1, llbMit, Jlilik ¿0. k i. FOR GOVERNOR, GRN. SAM HOUSTON. FOE LIEDTENANT-GOVEHXOB, J£SSE GRIMES. POR COM. OF THE LAN!) OFFICE. CAP1YS. CROSBY. FOB SENATOR, G.W.CRAWl'RD. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, . WILLIS RANDLE. W We are aiitl.orized t>jr the friendo of Hon B. S. B- Baylor, Jwfcc -f tni* Yhlicinl District, «0 an* nounce 1 mi asa candklaie for «celectiau. WT W<s are anihorixed t" announce Thomas filT- ri*m, i. candidate tur tlie Jun(e l.iji lu tlie Srit Judicial District. tSf We regret to learn that our old and esteemed friend, Dr. Legran;!, Lad his arm dis- located on Sunday last. It nppears that the doctor was on his way to visit a patien' when his horse becam? frigh ened and throw him ; he is, however, doing well. "We have given up the larger portion of our paper to correspondents, Lence the tin- usual scarcity of editorial. Further news •from the camp of the Wacoites inform U3 that Old Sam id giving them Jesse. French Smith, who has for some time been in the ...

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

5ns it Sfitfa the tin the The next ' Thomas and .and another man icccoilect. started in ack the trail and were Frio bottom when they fired típóh, from a thicket wfth- "feet'of }J>eroGartia was badiv wóún- being shattered by a bullet, and Iron* became unrtalfcgeatie 'frota shot by an arrow. "Hie others imme- ldiat3y tjirew themselves from their horses ánd tMk to the timber. Tbe Itidiane suppo«ing tbey lad killed one or two¡ot' thrtn and sreat- td a panic, now charged upon the$n, making the woods lectio with their hideous yell. A torettr brisk fight the* áttaed for at few mm- %tes when the Indiatae fl«k They were fbllow- short distance, btat ftiftlly «rttptd, though It wás thcfugbt tbkt some were Wounded, as 'they thrHr áWy their guns and went off howl- ing tike very devils. Thomas King was slight- ly grand by an arrow—he and uarcia being the only j ersons touched. , There were five or six Indians Keen.—Mr. K., thinks tbey were Commanches or semi- Holes. and considering that they w...

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

which TREMONT HOUSMKfc Gatrestrmr^, latea, ck, Texas. 5AHCT7& BARTON,' ID COUNSELORS AT LAW, > practice ¡a all the Courts or tlie Third Judicial rict, and the counties of Grimes, Brazos and iy O. A. KORWOO ~~lMcADOO ¿'NORWOOD. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, Washington, Texas. practice hi Washington and surronnding counties. v2ul0-ly. Kill. -,$> «.« rTE undersigned having leased this \~íl Hotel, has had the satne thoroughly renovated and re-finished, and is now prepared to ncromm- dalethe travelling public. R II. MONTGOMEItY, Lessee. Galveston, Nov. 1856. *Yul 2-uo-3-ly. . ..riginal In amrvtini to the a hove, I have many oilier articles too numerous to mention. " vjuT ly. S- H. EDKRINGTON. PALMETTO IlOUSli, Tremont Street, Galveston, Tera*. rpilE above house has been thoroughly overhauled and renovated during Ihe paslsntnmer. All neces- sary repairs have been effected. The premises have been painted throughout, and fitted, with new and fashionable furniture. In short, no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 4 August 1857

=~! TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDÜCAT; 'EllATU: "Dearen and carlh shall witncu, if America must fall that we are innoccnt." WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1857. NUMBER m, i*Í PUHUSMKI) EVERY TÜK8DAV BY w.j, i Em)17i:To>,& co. ferini -$3,00 par uuna la advance. VUMI.\GTOR, TVK&DAY, APtlJM 4,1847. EATB3 OT ALVKKTISTN¿ To tfaoM who d«Mi« ti advertise in th< American, wc respectfully call the r atten lion tv ill* following rates: mMTtwa $100; well tub. Uuertioa, 50ets J •' 1 jrur 10,00. 4ii Month . $100 2 da da 18.00, do 13.00 a do *• *. MOO. do 17 0# 4 a 4* 80,00, do 20,00 i «• da W,00, , do 23,00 • da '• 37,00, do T *• *• *0,00, do *$ da Ha 43.00, do t da 45,00, do 82,00 10 do da *0,00, A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in a l- Vanec. AH notions to be pnbliMied for a less time tnan viz months, trill be charged strict- lj by the square, and the money must l>e paid in advance. Persons desiring to rem't " money to in can do so through th...

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

' i of Jacob's Cordial, American Saf ma*rwetcma Compant, and | ert*Kellt, «o be fbnod in mother colt : Kelly has practised his profession for i 1 years heTleiaa, with great success, and f assured of a speedy care under t of treatment The proprietors of will, we donbt not, r satisfaction to thoae wishing to] , Jacob's Cordial we hare heard 1 represented as crowi vf! carried arms when 'early days, but it was not necessary in the tlements, and would have been looked upon a gross violation of propriety. As for going ¡into the pulpit with pockets full of pistols and sword canes, It would have been as great n n Extra of the Nacogdoches Chronicle, ^violation Of common decency then, as it would July 30, 185 i : • , Jjbe now, and if Mr. Alexander did it, and was A great calamity has befallen the State •>«Jear{br all who dio, _ ■ner o'er the humblest grave, t Nations swell the funeral cry, And triumph sweeps above the brave. The sad announcement of his death is Ode of her most distinguishe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 4 August 1857

g to r roof- of our «íin- ¿,rh$ No M-ticle now in jiiaKíík). Shingles are nd cannot be used upon list can only be u*ed upon steet> contraction expansion and runt- roofs «re so great m thif cS- that I be}' ioon become worthier, at pairs will cost more tlian a new roof Thc rariouf cements and ciynposition*_w hich l«nvwW*n introduced, can W applied to only ▼cry flat roofs, and they are «o affected by Iba action of tbe weather, that they will melt and ran in summer, and crack in winter and in * chart time bccome crumbly and warthtefs. ' The inventorof the Galvanic Cement lia laborad twenty year's to obviate these diffi- culties. and it is believed by those who have bad opportunities to test the matter that he iias entirely succeeded. As now applied. 1st. It is completely impervious to water. ' Water mar continually stand upon the root without affecting it in the least. 2d. It is fire-proof. It is so incombusti- ble that it will afford ample and perfect pro- tection against ftre-sfau-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 4 August 1857

kVf tftwJWa* 5f Grimes, Brazo* and -r-wr - «. A. ROM *«><> 'Mc-A Dlk) ¿ NOkWOtTlT^ kttmínm cüükskllors at law. Washington. Textut. m0d tf. ALI.RN, h iíTOIWEt'líJ? "cmiNSEI,I.OR AT LAW Washington. Texas. '. in i*ir ortwlnt' Drue Store.' i nth. «s iiiMxl ■■ | NQTISf. OSES! til rest on. Texas. E under*igne«l having leuni this well know llotei, han had the nne thoroughly renovated and rt-fnuhnl, and ia now prepared to.accommoriatetin travelling pnMic. R 11. MONTGOMERY, Lessee, Galveston, Nov. 1856. Vol-2-no-S-ly. N PALMETTO HOUSE, Tremont Street, Galveston, Texas. T^IIE above house hup been thoroughly overhauled * hnd renovated during the past summer. All ncces ary repairs ¡have bepu effected. The premises hav. Iieen painted thródgtiont, and fitted with new am isshioitsbie tiirniitire. Ju short, no expense has bee i «parol in providing lór the comioris «I i n gnests. <n46wly.) B. McDON'N KI.I,. Prop'r. * hereby fcnwm a" peranns fr >ra trading «fer a note 1 «weaiitadb* me....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 11 August 1857

TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, Al ÍJRE, AND THE "llcaTcn and earth shall witness, if America mnstJBRaat we are infloeeit," VOLUME 2. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1857. NUMBER 37. BUSINESS MitECtORY WASHINGTON CAROS - LEGÍU HEW COODS. J take pleasure id informing the citizens of Wasbing- _ ton and surrounding country of my having received I almost an enli. e Stock of goods. vil: L'diesSilk. Wool j, jis 8. Babto , i and Cotton Dress Goods. Taimas, Shawls, Vezettes, ^rááhimruni Texas. WI>eelock, Texas.' Gaiters.Buskins, Brogana. Iter, also a complete assort- WiMnnflton.Te.ia*. 11(_AV I msnt of fine and course Gentlemen* wearing apparel, ROGERS SEARCY. & BARTON, to suit (lie notions ot pinchaseis: also Gents, as:-orte(l attorneys and counselors at law, 'ion 8upplifS : N>*ro Goods. Blankets, Liiiseys. Osna- "* ¥ riLL practice in all the Court of the Third Judicial burgs. Blue ami Brown ¡Domestic. Crockery, Saddlery, VV District, and the counties of Grimes, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 11 August 1857

It 1/ TI iÍAUiluS, ALiULtol 11, l«57. S3 WASHINGTON AND ITS PROSPECTS- To fie mere "looker on in Yenice,"' our 4«wu would presen' any hing but an encour- aging appearance at pres n*, but in hie con- ncc k}n ii- should lie borne in mind tha' we are laboring under the enerva ing iufiuence of a midiummer's sun, wirh tbe average of the ther- mometer ranging a' about 96 deg., and ihat like moist inland and up-country town;, a stag- nation in trade, to some extent, is an unfailing attendant upon the almost iifeupporfable heat of the summer months. Still our merchan t are thriving and doing a good trade, our hotels are prosperous, our travel considerable. With tbe combined advan'ages of location in the midst of a wealthy and in'elligent community, commanding a large section of conn ry unsur- passed in fertiiity of soil and general produc- tiveness; of water communication with the Atlantic or Gulf cities, and the prospect ahead of an immediate approximation of Railway neutralize. wagons, ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 11 August 1857

rhas róf lle- ioosin iful to ask for TED LIVER FLEMING BROS., Á. There arc other Pills Li** Pills, now before the .* M'Lqne's genuine Liver Pills, al- ibrated Vermifuge, can no1# be had table drag stores. None genuine signature xfi FLEMING BROS. afraid «f Kghtning," muttered a pritty coquette, during a storm. '-Well yo may be," sighed ft despairing lover, "wh your biirt •Does a man feeVgirllsh when he makes ^ "maiden spccch?" SÉS" Blushes are flying colors, which maid- ens carry becomingly. 19* He that 'is 'fast in his youth, will tra- verse the dowuhill of life with a 'drag' ob. The kingdom of Flanover, the fatherland of English royalty, according to a recent census, has 1,819.771 "inhabitants, divided into376,- fi(J8 lamí lips, occupying 206.015 dwellings. NE-fW ADVERTISEMENTS ES-I'liA t.— We >iie aoprai ers Mmiliionel v Geo. W. Brinks E«q.. to a ,(J vniut* an cfttray horse taken u)< by B. 1'. Palmer, do licreliy certify the follo«ving tle- flcri|>lion and valuation, viz:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 11 August 1857

Hoi n>e imMtssek these qualities. jhinples not fire-proof, and Cannot be used upon flat rx>fs. Slate-canonly be tvcd opon steep hoofs. The contradi** e*p w4on MMVirii* - ^MrfSI ■ the engine is rnAMng. tUtre itíjr stream of water passing off the produced by the escaped steam. Rowland & Erviene. Philadelphia. April 1. 1857. Messrs. W. R., McD. Cornell $ Ce — Last weapon we applied West's Patent Oa'« Viiilé Ctment to the roof of our new lee httDse %t Fountain Green, over boaids, ol>o it. agpyist the fin- Ana Ule .«Hle «nd sorted fa the life* ends ami not ran or «rack —-and vm¡Aak% pleasure in recointtiondirSg it Winp dw hoit fi— and waian^aof root now in o*, as well as the cheapest. D. R. Keks&ow * Co 'eulties. and it is believed by those who have had opportunities to test the matter that be has entirely succeeded. As now applied, Int. It is completely imperviou^to water. Water may continually stand upon the roof without affecting** in the least. 2d It i fire-proof. It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 18 August 1857

!o NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION AIAÍCUL^^H^RtoiTAÑI) Deartn tfd rarlb shall wilncs , if Ameriea mnst fall that «e ara talloeíHl." Ka ) WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1857. NtM UUOOS. I take pit • ■« in informing ihr cuiaeiw of Washing- ton ami n.iTfltH)d'«jr country at my having recihred , f | almootaneiitiieMark of good*, fit: L'rtieaMlk. W«wl ami Cotton Drcaa Oooito. Taima . Sha"*! , Vel«tt -a, *f J J Qaitria. Bimkina, Rrugmia. Sec. alao a complete asxort- Wheeioek, *« «••, ¿j*,. ur«„e „„d crio.** Genll-niet «earn* awwrel. twsart ihe itotioiw ol pmehaMia: ala Geni . *M>orletl Bittjfa. St"*- , Giiier*. 4c -I have a varieiv of * Scaaor, HB GKR* SEARCY. A BARTON S AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, tinn auppHr*: N«>r*> Qiwd!. ( IssssiEsíffitó *;&i ire. Hardware; alao a w53^&S"ih* cwuuiio'f Orimea, Btaxoi ay*l JWADOOk ' O A. KOBWOOD McADOO &. NORWOOD. • ÍITOUIIYSÍÑ# IOUKSKUORS AT LAW in-<-'9r m Washington. Texas. rj^nsxpr "u isset* in rear orEwi Cflh I.KN,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 18 August 1857

Tinaiion Por - ipest ondbesl í s n tifncfM^PRKchinc in the world HITard* Seed" SoWef: which will sow «nil ri\ in the very best manner. 25 seres ol Ify kind of grain per day—The Pot table "rT^o^pnu JEngme-ritoifc.! Poctablo Burr- slon. Millie. tifuge, can now be had i drug atores. None genuine r signature of. FLEMING BROS. "I am afraid of lightning," muttered a jnette, during a storm. '•WeHyou t sighed a despairing lover, "when t tested." • Does a man feel girlish when be makes speech?" i are flying colors, which maid- i carry becomingly. He that 'is 'fast in his youth, will tra- i As downhill of hf^-with a 'drag1 on. i kingdom of Hanover, the fatheriand Of ih royalty, according to a recent census,. basT¡819.777 inhabitants, divided into37&,- 866 occnpying 206,815 dyiiingBv new advertisements EST RAWe the appraisers summoned bv Geo. W. Brooks Esq., to «PPr*,sf and value an eatray horse taken up by b.T. Palmer, do hereby certify the following,de- scription and valuation, vizi A ba...

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