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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 22 October 1856

fc. DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND, "Jlcaicnjand earth shall witness, if America must fall that wc arc innoccnt." VOLUME 1. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1856. NUMBER 51 SEas^ngioit^mericait PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W.PERKINS & CO, Terms-$3,00 per annnm in advance EDITED BY G. W. CRAWFORD AND W. J. PENDLETON WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1SÍ6 BATES OT ADVERTISING. To those who desiie to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tion to the following rates: 1 Square 1st insertion $100; each sub. insert ion, 50cls. 10,00, 18.00, 25.00, 30,00, 34,00, 37,00, 40,00, 43.00, 46,00, 60,00, A square is eight lints, We expect in future one quarter in ad- vance. All notices*to be published for a less time than six montlfS. will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must bo paid in advance. Persons jiesirii money to us can 4p througWS our risk. . G. W. PERKKs'S &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 22 October 1856

®as|i«gton^míricau PUBLISHED EYERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO, Terms—$3,00 per in advance EDITED BY & W. CBAWFOED AND W. J. PENDLETON h WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, OCT. I2d, 1856. POR PRESIDENT, MILLARD FILLMORE. POR VICE PRESIDENT, ANDREW J.DONELSON POR ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE, W. 2. JONES, 07 TKAVI8. ^QirrnT H. TAYLOE, OF FANNIN. . i EASTERN DISTRICT, W. FLANNIGIN, OF BUSK, WESTERN DISTRICT. ■THOS. W BLAKE. OF LEONA. Autant Electors for State at laree. J. F. Waddell, t Galveston- B. B Peck, -".—of Travia. J HEpA , "-of- KedKiver- D- Y Portia, '— °f "4£stVV W- P- Boger , "••••<* Waahmg-n Sub-Electors- Fanntleroy, E q.,—-oí- Goliad- 4 H Davidson, " of- Bexar. ( Price, Fayette- John Wheeler^- of Fannin. leweflyn-—- of- Collin, «MTge Wright, ;« ot -Lamar, Hardin Hnnt, of-—-Hnnt ^ w * mnn.m of Cherrokee- H P. C Hnlaney,——of B- L- Goodman, -—°f- W- H Johnaon, ;* of -Titus G McCoy, —SHarriion- J- Marshall, ' <* " S H VeCoy i — oí — ■—Caai, íilnj- "--of <*"«**• C. Cloavla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 22 October 1856

Forthe Washington American. Union, Washington co., Texas, ) October 11th, 1856. $ Messrs. Editors: However loth, in gene- ral, I am to letter writing, I cannot forbear giving, for the encouragement of the friends of Mr. Fillmore, an intimation of the pro- gress his course is making in this end of the country. Within the last week, a large number of Pemocrats, within my personal knowledge, have renounced Buchanan and Breckinridge, and declared their intention of supporting the American nominees $ while many others, heretofore enthusiastic supporters of the nominees of the Democratic party,*ow ex- press a determination not to vote at all it the Presidential election. In fact, from pre- sent indications, the Locofoco leaders, so fai from having even a u Corporal's Guard," (as they allow themselves,) will not have a sin- gle follower left by the 4th pf November. And it is not a renunciation of the ''leaders," cominees, aione—name, nominees, men and principles—share alike in the wide-spr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 22 October 1856

Tg AOTTRTrATT PLATFORM- if.ATTT.rniA. ZV>. 21 — 1 h>- Nation K&mericau (Jouucil passed tbi.- even the platfonn of priuciples published tbe 15th inst., id the Washington Irgan, as substitute for the whole "itfbrm established by the June Con ition. The vote stood yeas 108, nays Various members from Ohio made ches on the Babject, some declaring the platform was a death blow to srieaoism in Ohio, while others ex* i themselves content, and defetid- , Mr. Ford, of Ohio, from the oharge Black Republicanism made by Mr. __jett, of New York. The platform alluded to is as follows : An humble acknowledgement to {upreme Being who rules the uni- r_J for His protecting care, vouch- fed to our fathers in their successful Dictionary struggle, and hitherto lifted to us, their descendants, in i Reservation of the liberties, the in- "ince, and the union of these WASHINGTON GALVESTON. 2 The perpetuation of the Federal as the palladium of our civil and _ us liberties, and the only sure lirark o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 29 October 1856

♦ i DEYOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. xv. PBBSXIVS tSQ Go. YOLTJME 1. "EcavcD aDd earth sball witness, if América mnsl fall that m are innocent." WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1856; NUMBER 52 ®as|mgí0n^meritatt *41 I'VE V PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W. PERKINS & CO, Terms—$3,00 per annum in advance- EDITED BY G. W. crawford and W. j. pendleton WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1856. bates of advertising. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tion to the following rates: 1 Square 1st insertion $100; each sub. insertion, 50cts. 10 do 1 year do do do do do do do do do 10,00, Six Months §' do do do do do do do do do TOO 13,00 17.00 20,00 23,00 25,00 27,50 30,00 32,00 35,00 18,00, 25,00, 30,00, 34,00, 37,00, 40,00, 43,00, 45,00, 60,00, A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- vance. All notices to be published for a less timo than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 29 October 1856

to me as much as if I had millions. All the the country. If a German comes here he tnillionaries of the world conjoined cannot does not understand your language; he does have their millions more important to them not understand your laws; he <Joes rot un- than what little I have is to me; but I would dcrstand anything about the country; he tMft freely gire more than half of all that 1 eannot make your laws. When becomes possess, the heritage of my children, to I.ave here he cm ¡ret the benefit of them, and that the compromise restored as it was before , is all he ought to nave. I never want a Ger- the repeal, or never to have had it touched, man who «toes not understand the language Mr. Clay. Pt rhads I misunderstood the of the country ; who does not understand its gentleman. lie did not say that h joined: Constitution and laws, to come here from the Anierican party becausc it proposed to Germany and make laws for in<^ for I came Restore the Missouri compromise, but be- away t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 29 October 1856

menean COMMERCIAL Below wo give the latest advices of the Houston market, from which our readers will find that there is soinc diicline in the market: Cotton.—The latest advices from Europe not proving as favorable for Cotton as w as anticipate 1, price* gave way last nee* in N O. fully l-2c. The buoyancy heretofore no- ted having been ent.rely lost without any noteworthy cause at :he last dates, some stringency in the money market abroad be gan to be" exhibited, Coupled with a feeling of distrust in regard to the continuance of the present pacific relations among the learl ing powers of Europe. The reaction in the market was generally unexpected. Local causes in New Orleans influenced priccs to some extent. The heavy receipts and an ad ▼ance in the rates of Exchange had induced buyers to h-ld off for the moment. The de- mand for the French market had been ex ceedingly active in New OrleaH? for some time previous, which suddenly ceased. The threatening aspect of monetary affairs in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 29 October 1856

THE AJSTEI>ÍCA:; PÍAÍTOEM. Philadelphia, Feb, 21 -—The Nation- iil American Council passed tliis even • ong the platform of principles published Oa the 15th inst., in the Washington plrgan, as a substitute for rite whole Teatform established by the June Con- 77.ntion. The vote stood yeas 108, nays Spe Various members from Ohio made ti eches on the subject, some declaring the platform was a death blow to pmericanism in Ohio, while others ex-* rwsed themselves content, and defend- ed Mr. Ford, of Ohio, from the charge °f Black Republicanism made by Mr. Bennett, of New York. The platform alluded to is as follows : F 1, An humble acknowledgement to tl)6 Supreme Being who rules the uni- verse for His protecting care, vouch- safed to our fathers in their successful revolutionary struggle, and hitherto manifested to us, their descendants, in the preservation of the liberties, the in- dependence, and the union of these States. 2 The perpetuation of the Federal Union as the palladium of o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 November 1856

étmmm / SB DEYOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF IAN] G. W. PEH.KXN S cte Co. VOLUME 2. "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America mast fall that we are innoeeat." js: WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1856. tesliirgian^tnerican PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W.PERKINS & CO, . Terms-$3.00 per annum in advanee EDITED BY G. "W. CRAWFORD AND W. 7. PENDLETON ÍISÍÍÑSICTOBEB 29, 1S56 yanga or ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tion to the following rates: lSquar#lit insertion $100; eacheub insertion, 50cts. " 1 year 10,00, Six Months $700 do do 18,00* do 13,®° do do 25,00, do 17.00 do do 30,00, do 20,00 do do 84,00, do 83,00 do do 87,00, do 35,00 do do 40,00, do 37,60 do do 43,00, do 80,00 do do 45,00, do 32,00 18 do do 50,00, do 36,00 •A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- vance. All notices to be published for a less time than six...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 November 1856

,tuertean ETOT WEDNESDAY BY W.PERKINS & CO, -t ,00 ptt mm in advance EDITED BY imrosD aito /w. j. pendleton , WEDNESDAY, ROT. § 1856. started to bloW rery certain blowing poli- he will have to blow harder. i day, Muggins declares, as a sighing Norther, a bunder-clap. NOTICE. frill be a meeting of the slock; i of the Washington American on to- (ThurEday) evening, at the store of 14 Franklin. It is desirous that the I should be present as business of , importance will be presented to We have called meetings time , but to no effect. Will therefore please put themselves to i of attending to this call at least pecan crop in this vicinity will ' heavy one, jtnd the present cold ' will soon bring a plentiful supply They are now selling at $1 50 The mast crop generally will ,in fact the "oldest inhabitant" heaviest one we have had for 'A male school was opened in this i last Monday, by Messrs. Robinson Orowson. They are gentlemen of fine abilities, and come highly^recom- l we hope the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 November 1856

MasjpgÍDtt^weritan ííi The vote in this city stood 136 for the"American Ticket to 98 for the Demo- cracy. It is reported that Chap pell Hill has gone for tho Democracy by a small ma- jority. From other predicts we have not heard as yet, we believe, though, that the bounty will go abont 140 for the Democra- cy. We were pleased to see every thing pass off so well* JEST Our Mail Agent, Maj. J. W Scoot, paid as a flying visit a few days since. Jim seems to be in good health and fine spirits. He is the beat mail agent we ever had. May he long live and prosper. COmKBCXAL- , below we give the latest advices of the Houston market, from which our readers toHl find that there is some advance in the taarket: Cotton.—Since our last we have four days later news from Liverpool, by the "North Americ*" (to the 10th inst.) Mar- ket remained firm without quotable advagtfe. The operations on this side for a month back llave been based upon the expectation that the European markets would have respond- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 5 November 1856

SMasjjmgtoiiJ^ncricaii LATEE FROM MEXICO. ATTEMPT AT UEVOLUTION. Ih addition to tbe interesting letter from our correspoadant in Mexico, we fiad in the Havana Diaro de la Marina inUUigenoe florn Vera Cruz to the 5th inst, and from the City of Mexico to the 27th alt. From these we learn that another at- tempt to overthrow the Commonfort Government by a revolution was mabein the Capitol oc the 56th nit. The Govermcnt was well aware of the preparations, as will be seen by oar cor- respondent's letter of an anterior date, and the revolutionists were discomfited. The Monitor of.the 1 7th ha the fol lowing particulars of the affair, which however is to be presumed wa3 of more importance than is there stated, as Pre- sident Commonfort is keeping the Press in a state of subjection so far as the pnfcitattion of news is concerned; '-Yesterday a new and desperate at made by the reactionists in tkjs Capital, and they have received an- other check which should undeceive them nad convince them of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 November 1856

ÉMM . -V DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America must fall that we are innocent." I - I I HT.TCmMwg | VOLUME 2. WASHINGTON, ®as|ingt0n^mtricau XAT1V& ■ PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY G. W.PERKINS & CO, Terms—$3,00 per annum in advance e.'w. EDITED BY CKAWIOED AND W. J. pendleton WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1856 BiTM OF ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tion to the following rates: 1 Sqtutre 1st insertion $100; each sub. insertion, 60cts. I 3 S 4 * * « 10 1 year do do do do do do do do do 10,00, 18,00, 38,00, 30,00, «♦,00, «7,00. 40,00, 43,00, 46,00, tOfiO, Six Months do do do do do do do do do $700 13,00 17.00 30,00 23,00 25,00 27,50 30,00 32,00 35,00 A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad vanee. All notices to be published for a less time than six months, will be charged strict-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 November 1856

o** *ÁTiT& FüBUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY W.PERKINS & CO, Éj 7 5,00 per annum in advance EDITED BY and w. J. pendleton NOV. 121856 ' The financial committee of the Ex- i Office will meet on Thursday morn- editorial office. Seems to be generally im- 1 town, the prospccls of which I OB the look up. .—«*«■>,. The Presbyterian Synod has been i; for several 0ays past in our city, has been«n unusually large attend- much fine preaching. Can any one tell us why it is that the Nothing " 6pouters" will not discuss aocrats 1—Ranger. 'Because the election is over. JSST We give such information, as re- gards the election, as we have been able to get hold of, although we cannot regard it as When the returns come in we wil] gl«S them in foil. We had the pleasure of a call from Our old and much esteemed friend, Fairbair n Of the(Houston) Bayon City, a few daysaco erof the quill was looking in fine band spirits. There will be a Nicaragua meeting the Austin House on next Friday, at several sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 November 1856

Hy We leslrti that péterál tóiiS of lead arrived at San Aottinid; from Mex ' oo, a few days Since. KARRI ED, On Tuesday the 11th inst.. at the Austin House, Dr. B.'P. Ccrry to Miss Mary J. i LOtt. of this place. 1 lie. Dr. left wiih his young bride a:d numerous friends, immedi- ately fur the Island City, wheie may they enjoy the happiness that both so richly mer- it. May hfeaven's blessings descend npon the fair young bride, whose mildness of tem- per and sweetness of disposition in a}- well LEGAL. \ her, None name her but to praise. The Oak that is bowed to the blast may rear its giant arriis to heaven; J «, ° , i j t claim the eulogy of the poet: the field laid «Istc by the cruel hand of Hoi* know her but to low i war assume ilívernal hue again ; but the heart once touched by misfortunes icy finger, remains forever chilled. We do not always weep from gridf and sadDess, eveu though our tears may have the appearauce of welliug up from a «tricken heart, for instance, read the followi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 12 November 1856

WASHINGTON m last **wt.ta. Ob, lady lair with tho golden hair, This floral tribute take ; Its gorgeous leaves, these autumn eves, All summer memories wake. Tia the latest bloom above the tomb Where sister flowrets rest; Ere the coming storm shall crush its form, Let it shine upon thy breast. There *8 • drop of dew on its rich bright hue, Like a tear on beauty's face, f But 'neath thy smile it may bloom awhile In more than native grace. Oh, a farewell gleam of the sun's last beam To late-blown flowers seems given ; A parting ray M tbey pass away, like the lingering smile of heaven. No rich perfumes its varied blooms Upon the breezes fling; ra are fairer flowers for summer hours, Bnd sweeter for the spring. Bat the dahlia's made for autumn's shade, Tb shine when skies are drear, And smile away the chill, sad day, That else hath little cheer. tbxatt with hicakaqua The following is the subsunee of the treaty of friendship, Commerce and Navigation between the United States and Nieargua, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 November 1856

DEYOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OE MANKIND, "Heaven and earth shall witness, if America mnst fall that we are innocent." YOLTJME 2. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1856. NUMBER 3, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY W. J pendleton & CO Tarats—$3,00 per annum in advance porpoises rambled along in clumsy pam- i liich still glared, ¡ike the eves of tlie ma- bols; there a graui|ius might be seen rising "iac- with no expression. Ihey froze tnc slowly to the surface; here an immense ! with their cold and icy state. Ihey had no number of smaller fish fla-hed past us; |in< sou' 'la*' gone; and this tliere some huge ones, with ponderous forms, ¡ made it still more horrible than it could WASHINGTON, SATURDAY, NOY. 15, 1856. From Putnam's Monthly. the. ocean depths. a diver's tale. The life of one who explores the Itaystcr, cf the so a, is not more perilous than fasci- nating. The charm of terror hansrs around it, and the i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 November 1856

V. J. PENDLETON, EDITOR- WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, ROT. 19 1856. lATEf OF ADVERTISING. Tj those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tion to the following rates: 1 Square Id mmtioa $100; each sub. insertion, 60c s t M lyear 10,00, Biz Month* $700 S do a * 4 do • do • do T do • do 5 do M do do do do do do do do do 18,00, 25,00, 30,00, 84,00, 37,00, *0,00, «,00, 45,00, «0,00, do do do do do do do do do 13,00 17.00 30,00 23,00 25,00 97,50 80,00 82,00 86,00 A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- vance. All notices to be published for a less time th" 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 can do so through the mails at •or risk. ' Our friend. Mr. Daniel Burnett, is agent to obtain subscriptions for the American, in Nicaragua. |py There was a large fire in Norfolk, Ya^ on the 27th ult., which destroyed pro- perty to the amount of 70 or 80....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 November 1856

®as|tngírni^mertcan COmtóiPlAL. From latest advices, we give the following synopsis of the Houston market, from which it will be seen that there is no important change in thte market. Cotton is quoted as follows : Inferior, Ordinary, 8 1-2 a 8 3-4 9 a 9 1-2 9 1-2 a 9 3-4 10a101-4 10 1-2 a 10 3-4 11 a 11 1-4 Good Ordinary, Low Middling, Middling, Good Middling, btatbmknt ov cotton. Stock on t> nd Sept. 1st 1850. bales, 217 deceived P**1 wee' " Í.S. Lubbock's Warehouse, 637 " Allen, Bag by 4c Co' " 650 " j. J. Cain, * Co* , " 491 " H. D. Taylor1 , •' 708 " Xeceived previously, Shipped last week, Shipped previously, Sto^k on hand, Oct. 22 2,354 13,4* 2044 0,325 15,823 16,046 11,369 4,671 patch up a treaty, by the provisions of which each of the two generals is 11 be recognized as the civil and military Gov- ernor ot hi i own town and State. This will no doubt be the result; and,as both the commanders are friendly to the Americans, we may soon expect to liear of the tide of American ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 19 November 1856

^as|mgtoit|iiitcrtcan A GEORGIA 3X02Y. Twenty years ago it was the custom in northwestern Georgia, as indeed it was throughout the southwest, for dry goods dealers to k ep a barrel of 'spirits' in the back room and to treat liberal cus- tomers to a glass whenever desired. Fillans and Dewberry were such dea- lers in ODe of ihe small towns indicated, and they had for a customer a clever, frolicking old fellow, who drank whisky in preference to water always, and whose wife was flesh of his flesh in that partic- ular. The old couple would come iuto town, trade quite freely, and freely im- bibe the spirits in the back room of the dealers we have named. On one occasion both the old man and old woman continued their potations in- ordinately ; and Fillcns observed that hisgoods went better the druuker the old woman became, he pressed her to drink. At last she refused unless he 1 wonld sweeten it with a little store sugar.'— Fillens indulged her, and when the old people started for home late...

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