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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 18 January 1856

WASHINGTON KXCEL810R! * EXCELSIOR! PRINTNIG ESTABLISHMENT, FERRY STREET, (Oyer B. B. Baxter's New Bailding,) WASHINGTON, TEXAS. GW. PÉRK.INS & CO., respectfully « inform their numerous friends and the public generally that they are prepared to do any and all kinds of Printing. YOL. 1. ®las|ingt0ij^meriian PUBLISED EVERY FRIDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN- feltaitsville, - W. H. Randolph. Madisonville, 'Center vttle, Springfield Corcicana, Muskeet, Rusk, - Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Martin, Port Sulivan, * Bellville, San Fillipe. Fayetteville, Caldwell. Cameron, Lexington, Richmond, -Anderson, Hodges Bend, - San Marcus Austin, San Antonio, Georgetown, Houston, J. B. Hogan Montgomery, La Orange, ¡Hellina, Bagdad, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G.B.Reed, VV. H. Wheelock Sam Blane. J A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S.Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. 1?. H. McMabo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 18 January 1856

mum IDj EDITOR. f, JAN. 18th. 1856- 10STS0N. eft home on last Monday, and sap ; posed to have gone to his brother's not far distant, and has not been heard from since. My son is deficient in mind and -speech small in statue, about twenty five years of age, and not competent to pro- vide for himself. Any pcrs3n meeting him is requested for humanity's sake to take care ó? him, and inform'his father, Jas. 'P. Drew, at Richmond 'Fort Bend county, Texas, of his whereabouts, and so doing will receive a'father's gratitude, and the most liberal remuneration for any services rendered. "It is likely my -son is trying to get back to Louisiana. JA8. P. DREW, Richmond, Texas,-Jan. 8, 1856. jpy Editors on the line between this point and Louisiana, will much obl:ge his distressed .parents by noticing this ad- vertisement in their papers jcsr H. Bailey Esq., is authorized to act as.agent for this paper in Houston " and Galveston. Burleson, who stole a horse and $350 in cash in Grimes county, a shor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 18 January 1856

intntut [ooltoB addressed [Augustine and ad invitation, on Fri- ■ Arrangements Lad by the American party of ITity. to mfeet Gkn. Houston a miles from that place with a ba> ronche and several hundred horsemen, and escort him in, but the General de- sirous of avoiding ostentation, declined stopping at the rendezvous, and drove m unattended. There was a large crowd in attendance from the counties of San Augustine. Shelby and Sabine. The day was a very unpleasant one, a driz- zling rain falling at intervals during thé day, which no doubt prevented many fr"m coming. At two o'clock, Gen. Houston ad- dressed the crowd at the Methedist church We should judge.that he was listened to by about 600 persons. His reception was marked with an enthusi- L-ro not at all in keeping with the pre vj i iug idea in regard to his waning pop ular ty.and during his speech óf over three hours, it rose to an excitemcnt that we have seldom witnessed on-any occa- sion. When we say that his speech had a poweif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 18 January 1856

Masj^JmJramtaii jpy Oar AuBtin correspondence will be fúuúd important, and interesting. "Our materia) has not yet ar- rived, we are expecting it daily. j^y We received no N. O. mail iast vnight. Wt learn from the Tri-Weekiy Telegraph, that the President has je- .fnse.d receive Parker H. French, ás Minister from Nicaraguay. f £ man, by the name of Gifford, .was stabbed in Rusk, on the 8th inst., by a man by the name of Win. Reynolds. His life is despaired of. So says the Pal- estine American. ORGANIZED- The lower Hoase has at length organ- ised by electing Banks a rabid Free Soiler speaker. This is just as we ex- pected, and jast what we predicted two .Ireeks ago, when the proposition of Mr. Walker cf Alabama, was indignantly rejected by the,s«^f styled Democratic party, though their fugleman Qlancy Jones, it was then clear to every thinking 'man, that this would be the result. . That proposition was made in*a spirit of compromise. It was made to flecare and protect the rights of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 25 January 1856

WASHINGTON EXCBMIOR! 1ICILSI01! ¿ÉNBX&0& ASfQD «P®® PMNtma ESTABLISHMENT, FERRY STREET¡ (Oxer B. B. Baxter's New Building,) WASHINGTON, TEXAS. G W. PERKINS ft CO., respectfully . inform their numerous friends and the public generally that they are prepared to do any and all kinds of Printing. Sb|mgton^mmcan 3SÉI I II 3C P n I ¡i G. Wi PLAIN t DEVOTED TO POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, &C. PER.K.TTVB <Jb Co., YOL. 1. "Heaven «ad earth shall whim, if America mnst faíHhat ve are W A g II 25, 1850~ no. m « PUBLISED EVERY FRIDAY BY G. W, PERKINS ^ C o. AGEflTS FORTHE AMERICAN- Huntsfilie, - W. H. Randolph. Madisonville, Centerville. eld W. E. Shepherd. O. M. Nash. John Henir. W. W. McPhail. $kC. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. ff. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove. * Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller H. Clark. J.(S,Rni7- J. Back holts. John Nünp. W. M. Scallorn. J. 0. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. A. S. Richardson. J. W. Cramp Sam D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 25 January 1856

alance ia of fifteen jt-three sixty-three expenditures are included rmeet the last millions provided ity with Mexico, and lion seven hundred and fifty 1 dollars appropriated on accoant the debt due to Texas, which two sums make an aggregate amount of ten million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and reduce the expenditures, ac- tual or estimated, for ordinary objects of the year, to the sum of sixty million hundred and seventy-six thousand 1 dollars. The amount of the public debt, at the commencement of the present fiscal year, was forty million five hundred and eighty tbree* thousand and thirty-one dollars, «i>d deduction being made of subsequent payments, tbe whole publio debt of the Federal Government remaining at this time is less than forty million dollars. The remnant of certain other govern- ment stocks, amounting to two hundred and forty three thousand dollars, re ferred to ia my last message as outstand- ing, has since been paid. I am fully persuaded that it woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 25 January 1856

■5® ragííra^mtrican This office is now prepared to do m fine"job work &s tan bo done in the State, either fancy or plain. We can do work, in any colored letter, or gold let- ter, and on any colored paper. Oar work is warren ted to give satisfaction, and at eheap rates. £3r We learn through Mr. Hanks, that a difficulty occured at a race track in Grimes county, a few days siñe e. in which Mr. Robt. Barker, and William Cobb, were killed, and four other persons were dangerously wound- ed. We have not received any of the par- ticulars. C|e infest Dittos. fr*8-* Wo received yesterday a full supply of all kinds of material for news* paper and job work, sufficient to last one year. So for that timo, at least, we are above contingencies, provided the stock- holders do their duty. Oar new head fcnd ink will be here to-morrow. rs* Do not fail to read the comma- toioation of Mrs. Ipicacuana Walker and tremble oh! ye " dudle bugs." Shame upon ye, Mrs. Walker is a u lady," al though she says ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 25 January 1856

a. ritan American.) rangary 14th 1856. American, Dear 8ir;—To-day been a great day—on a small scale, fgo would have thought an army was in oar midst, yea, a veritable little army, animatedly ardent, had yon witnessed v the German " Hook and Ladder" com- pany. -all dressed in white (except two or three) and timely marching to the stir- ring strains of mingled and almost mar- tial mnsic. Those tones of jarring mel- ody have echocd o'er the city almost the wfcole day long—and creep in distant marmars even now to my ear ¡ for it is night, the moon glitfvaers, and there is a revelry atN the "Lone Star Hall.7' That old, yet moral Halfl—where roar- ing audiences were want to observe in- imitable mimicry, are now whirling in mazy walti s, maidens of the u many twinkliug feet" The days of the drama have died away; those theodorio' times when tragedies like the Robbers and Jack Sheppard" could be played with exceeding display, on the night of the second day after cast, exist only in re membra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 1 February 1856

¡ám II fill1 Jim |Éab tmmmküim saMaüaiW DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND ok w. PBRsnvs *to Co, yolumeT " Heaven and earth shd.il Witness, if Ámíríea mast fall that we are innoreat." WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lV 1856 sV Ma$|kgtmr^mfricaK FUBLISED EVERY FRIDAY BY Kk W. PERKINS & CO. • ASBKfB ¥0R THE AMERICAN. Hnnfcsville, u W. H. Randolph. •Madisenvillé, - V-S. Shepherd, tbntarvflle, - *. Nash. Johti Henry. W. W. McPhail. L. G. Lock hart. Maj. Liken. II. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. W. H. Wheelock. 9km Blane. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge E. Waller M. Clark. J. S.Riley. J. Bnckholts. Íoh* Nunn. W. M. Scalfom. J. C. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. Mack Anderson. . w W. Morris. Houston, J. B. Hogan and J S. Taft James Green. Dr. J. Hough. Thos. Ruckman. N. Branch. Thos. C. Oats. Dr. W. D. Eastland. C. K. Hall. Post Masters, generally, are re- ly requested to act as our agents. Carctcaak, Muskeet, Rusk, Nacogdoches,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 1 February 1856

as m íich has been taking it "leisurly for the last twelve months, ■■•irr^-P) r;t"h;mg.Wming whirling and roaring down, with head an* Ulab ¿tt áafariáy, cutting np di- do's and inflating itself potoetfully, just a*Hwg*rm*Mi>g etw; am Me te tf * 1 ta,fv«, ij ii; it was mUtaksn, Jojr the Fort Henry whieh-is something of a water-fowl er- self; took down feftér *on Monday at a killing pace, sending out at her mast heVd\^fe'"h-OTpenanrórai>t: Acker- man. She left pietty well satisfied, but, not as well ohargcd as she might have been] if a little warning had been given of her downward tendency. She will be filled to the craw with cotton nexttime provided,, always, the next time arrives.. There are several hundred bales of oot- ton in this vicinity awaiting shipment. The Fort Henry took several passengers. r«■ Thé Austin Stage while coming down on Sunday «jísixed in West Mill* creek, and came near drowning several passengers. Mr. W. H. Randolph of Huntsville, our informant eame near ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 1 February 1856

I* w Masj[ington^merka]i yy Wa learn from the " Tri-weekly Telegraph" that Mr. Levi Pitts of this fcounty, died near Houston a few days since. fry Refey to the eard of Col. W. T. Austin in to days paper. The Col. is two well known to need onr recommen- dation. frjt We ball Attention to Mr. Wheel- er's .advertisement of Mnaway negroes. It ig probable that they are larking in this vicinity as one of them once lived here. tsr The Editors of the " Galveston News" and the "Houston Telegraph" have favored us With their tri'weekly in exchange,for which they have our thanks. JC3r The Brazos river has fallen «boat six feet at this point, but hopes are entertained that the present pleasant weather will cause the ice to thaw suffi- ciently above to keep it in boating order for sometime. jest We are without any regular Austin correspondence. Failure of the Mail is, we presume the cause. £9r Both Houses of the Legislature hfcve agreed to adjourn on next Monday, to meet again in July. JEST The pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 1 February 1856

(from onr Austin Correspondent) Justin, Jan- 20th 1856. Mr. Editor :-^Our city has again been f the Theatre ^ *t doings among the Demokrout8^r£ * -Bombshells. Their Convention mw^ursuant to call on the 16th inst., at the new Capitol, the Leg- islature having adjourned over^for three days, allowing the use of the two Halls for their important deliberations. The election of the honorable defeated Matt Ward to fill the chair, and appointment of F. R. Lubbock as Secretary, w«8 followed by one grand flourish of ora- tory by Messrs. Scurry, Hamilton, & Co., from the We«t, and the embryo Hon. Geo. W. Chilton, on the part of the Eas- tern wing of the kroutocracy. The usu- al amount 6f vituperation and abuse of the American party, characterised the eiSorts of the very distinguished—(t f in Bombshells) speakers on this occasion. All the force of the Party in the State, * was in attendance, excepting J. Pinkney Henderson and Frank W. B<>wden Beq, of the East. Thii embryo Hon. Chilton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 8 February 1856

«r DEVOTED TO NEWS-, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND.1 "Heaven and earth shall witness, if nst fall that we are innocent." yolume 1. Washington, fui 04y, February 8, 1856. number 14. PUBLISED EVERY FRIDAY BY O. W. PERKINS & CO. AGEWTS FOR THE AMERICAN. Huntsville, - W. H. Randolph. Madisonville, Centerville, Springfield Corcicana, Muskeet, - Rusk, Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Marlin, Port Salivan, Bellville, San Fillipe, Fayetteville, Caldwell, Cameron, Lexington, Plum Grove, Cunningham P. 0. - Webberville, San Antonio, Georgetown, Houston, J. B. Hagan Montgomery, La Grange, Hellina, Bagdad, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Henry. W. L. C.< jiken. Rowland. , ^jfcPhail. C.^Ufhart. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A_ Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge £. Waller M. Clark. J. S.Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn. J. C. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. Mack Anderson. W. Morris, and J S. Taft James Green. Dr. J. Hough. Thos. Ruckman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 8 February 1856

6, W, CRAWFOBDj EDITOR. 1ASHIJi6TON, FUDAy, FEBRUARTf8th, 1856. )RPR FOR PRESIDENT, SAM HOUSTON, OF TEXAS. FOR YICE PRESIDENT, D. L. D1CKERS0N,: lOF N. Y. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, Witt. steaemajt, of BUSK. FOR STATE TREASURER, W. a. tablton, op habbisoh. FOR COMPTRQLER, e. 8. c. robertson, of bell. FOR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, J. a. wilcox, of bexar, bobebt h. taylob, of FAHÜT. EASTERN DISTRICT, J. w. FLAiraianr, of busk, WESTERN * DISTRICT. thq8. W- blake, of leoka. island city house. We with much pleasure call the "at- tention of our readers to the card of Geo. Sidney Sherman, proprietor of the above establishment in the city of Gal veston. Gen. Sherman i worthy of patronage. In the days "that tried men's souls" he was a prominent actor, and his gallantry on the glorious field of San Jacinto, endears him to every lover of libezty. His indomitable energy has also carried the first railroad tract to the Biazos river, on whose bank is heard the daily snort of the horned horse. Not long'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 8 February 1856

^asjringtdh^micait JCSC" M. A. J. Evans, is an authori- sed traveling agent, for the Washington American. JB3T We say for the information of Mr. W. S. Bishop that his paper has been sent to him regularly in the Aus- tin package. We cannot account for his not receiving it. * #fcsr Our citizens have been enter- tained for a few evenings with the per- formances, of the Carncrossfamily. Oth- er engagements prevented our attend anoe, but we have the testimony of all present that the entertainment is worth the amoant charged. They left yes- terday for the west. frjjg We have just learned that Mr. Tarver voted in the affirmative of the public debt bill in order to move a recon sideration,'which be did. He was op- posed to the passage of the bill through- oat. We append, as a kind of ¿uriosity in its* way, the resolutions introduced by Col. Sherwood, in the House of Repre- sentatives, on the day ^ftcr the Demo- cratic convention pitched him inconti- nently out of their body. It will be seen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 8 February 1856

'Jí*' VfTKE H8W YMl2. IT TH0MA8 CAMPBELL. The mare we lire, my e brief appear Our life's succeeding stages: A day to childhood seems a year; And years like passing ages. Thegladsome current of oar youth, Ere passion yet disorders, Steals, lingering like a river smooth Along its grassey borders. But as the care-worn cheek ?rows wan And sorrow's shafts f 1 «• thicker, Yet stars that measuies*ijfe man! Why seems yov,r course# quicker! When joy's hav e ]0st their bloom aqd breath, And Hi 'o itself is vapid, Why, as we reach tha falls of death, Feel we its tidamore rapid? It may be at ranges yet who would chanp e Time's course to slower speeding, J ' When, one by one, our friends have gone. JEtti'leit our bosoms bleeding? Héaven gives our years of fading strenght Indemnifying fleetness; And those of youth a string length, Proportioned to tbj^jr sweetness. „ VIATTHS EMPEROR MEANT Tt% Count Walewski French Minister . «F Foriegn Affairs, has issued a circular explaining the speech made by t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 15 February 1856

devoted to news, politics, temperance, education, agriculture, literature, and the progress of mankind. PEHBLDVS dts Co., TOLUME 1. " Heaven and earth shall witness, if America must fall that we are innocent." WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1856. NUMBER 15. PUBLISH) EVERY FRIDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO. AGEMS POR THE AMERICAN. Huntsville, -. W. H. Randolph Madisonville, Ccnterville, Springfield^ Oorcicana, Muskeet, Rusk, Nacogdoches, Boonville, Wheelock, Marlin, Port Sulivan, Bellville, San Fillipe, Fayette i'ille, Caldwell, Cameron, Lexington, Plum Grove, Cunningham P. 0. Webberville, San Antonio, Georgetown, Houston, J. B. Hogan Montgomery, La Grange, Hellina, Bagdad, Round Rock, Bellton, . Bastrop, W. E. Shepherd. G. M. Nash. John Hfenry. W. W. McPhail. L. C. Lockhart. Maj. Liken. H. S. Newland. G. B. Reed. VV. H. Wheelock. Sam Blane. J. A. Hargrove. Frank Lipscomb. Judge £. Waller M. Clark. J. S. Riley. J. Buckholts. John Nunn. W. M. Scallorn, J. C. Cunningham. J. W. Brown. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 15 February 1856

nade. They bear upon a simple marble flab, tbe fallowing inscription :■ Hart, Caty, Charley, Walter. For years afte* the first three occu- pants tenanted that spot, a gray haired man was seen, at morning, noon, and night, to kneel in prayer, beside those mounds ; and although often addressed, he never spoke, save the simple words. ,;tbe soul—the soul." He now lays by their side. Peace to their ashes. Moral. Look not upon the wine when it is red. when it giveth its color in the glass, for at last it *'biteth like a sarpant, and atingeth like an adder." And how long will these cirques of iniquity be permit- ted in the la'd, to deal out their adul- terated poison ? Howlong are the inno- cent to be made to suffer for the crimes of the guilty, and the world to be annoy- ed by tbe fumes arising from the insence of hell? Is the red blood of slaughter- ed victims, to cry in*vain for retribution upon the beads of its authors always 1— It is not he who strikes the blow, who commits the deed; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 15 February 1856

wrapped tight enough to hold it firmly, without obstructing the circulation of the sap. This mode of grafting is equally applicable to very smallstocks, but these being weak must be bound together with strips of the composition more care- fully. The scions or cuttings should be ta- ken from their parent stock at least three weeks previous to the time of grafting. Keep them on the ground in a celler, or with the cut ends buried in the ground. The idea is to starve them, so that when you insert them—which should be done as near the time of the first rising of the sap as possible—they will the mi greedily imbide the sap and sooner unite with the stock. The composition alluded to, above, is made of 3 parts fine rosin (fiddler's ros- ing 3 parts bees wax and one part tal low, melted together ; when well mixed, it is poured into water and mixed up by baud, like candy or shoemaker's wax.— When wanted for use, melt a portion of it and spread it with a brush pretty thickly on thin domestic o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 15 February 1856

THE HTJXAK 8TATUBE. The Scottish Guardiati says :—It is a very common opiuion, that in the early ages of the world, men in general pos- sessed superior physical properties, aud were of a greater size than they are at present; and this notion of diminished stature and strength seems to have been just as prevalent in ancient times as at present. Pliny observes of the human height, that "the whole race of mankind is daily becoming smaller an alarming prospect, if it had been true. Homer more than once makes a very dispara- ging comparison between his own degen- erate contemporaries and the heroes of tlie Trojan war. But all the facts of the circumstances which can be brought for- ward on this subject, tend to convince as that the human form has not degenera- ted, and that men of the present age are of the same stature as in- the beginning of the world. In the first place, though we read both in sacked and profane his- tory of giants, yet they were at the time when they lived esteemed a...

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