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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 February 1857

smm-amamaUtát DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. ".HcavcnJ.an ¿menea must fall that we are innocent." WASHINGTON, TE YOLTJME 2. DAY, FEBÜARY 17, 1857, JOBLiSKED EVER! TUESDAY JY W. J PENDLETON & CO. Tanu-483,00 per'annum in advance. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, FED. 17, 1857. BATES 07 ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tion to the following rates: 1 Sqatr# 1st insertion $100; each ub. insertion, BOets 1 « 1 year 10,00, Six Uonth $700 2 do do 18,00, do 13,00 S do do 25,00, do 17.00 4 do d« SO,00, do 20,00 S do do 84,00, do 23,00 ■S do *• <7,00, do 25,00 7 -do do 40,00, do 27,50 8 do do 43,00, do -30,00 • do do *5,00, 4o 32,00 IS do do 50,00, A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- Tance. AH notices to be published for a less time tnan six months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Person...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 February 1857

®tas|ingt0H^miritan W. J. PENDLETON, EDITOR. wjtSfliSGmjrrESDAY; peb. n, mi. aonounce Bofas H. Fel te /or the legislature, subject Drtnoeratic Convention, Mctwd to •anouno* Thomas Har* candidate lor the Judgeship in the ^^rarmersin this section are bus- ily engaged .in potting in corn, a large crop is anticipated the ensueing season. ' fiats are so plentiful in this region, thai of late, they have been known to take rtftge in the coat pockets of some of oar neighbors. JBf The Nicaragua Ball came off on Thursday, the 12th. The attendance was not as jarge a? was expected, but pleasure rfNáwd tó be the order of the night. . A bachelor friend in the country was lately agreeably surprised by the re- <&fpi 'éf a basket of cake and a bottle of wiqe. Why we would like to know, are not bachelors in town liable to Buch surprises ? On ¡nerves' have not been shocked much of late.1 ■jpy* ÓiTT sanctum has within the last rt^Y day*, been honored with the pres- ence of ¿ir woman. Such visits...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 February 1857

"f~ < <BAIE BOAD. . LATES FROM ETOOPE. , l&Ee Hiaá am interview with Major ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC ! Claris, President of the San Antonioj lord napier soon expected'' g-H R^wTio^has returned from New New York, Feb. 5—The Collins Ü. To* nJ fors«en d.fficulty prweM- g maü Bteamsh¡ Baltic>wllich left Liv. ed itself.in-Vew York, which for-a' erpool on the evening of the 21st nit., threw oWaclea in the way. arrived at New York, bringing four that the bill extending e i embracc days later intelligence than received by ipletioa of the Road did not embrace the sixteen section clause, as was the gen- eral opinion. The omission may retard the building of the Road in the main, if not remedied, which latter will most as anredly be done on the meeting of the Legislature, but it will not retard or -prevent the completion of the 1 st sec* lion, known as the Lavaca and Victoria line. Major Clarke assures us upon rea- sonable grounds that it will be built, aa4--w6.,cofaicide with his opin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 February 1857

^ás|ingífln^mmca HXETTOG OF TEE UAYtnt AID ALDKB- , OF THE TOWN Oí WASHING- TON, JAHUABY 28TH, 1857 Present. R. A, LOTT, B. F. WILSON. D. M. UNDERBILL HARDEN WHITE, B.M. HATFIELD. ,! Mayor. Aldermen. THE committee appointed to draft Ordi- nances for the Corporation reported the following, which were read and adopted: Ordinances. 1st. There shall be reserved, on each side •f every street within this Corporation, a ■pace of ten feet for a s side walk. y. Any person who shall wilfully place « j boxes, barrels, lumber, or other ob- is traction on said side walks, or shall ride, or hitch any horse, mare, or mule on said side walks, shall be fined in a sum of one dollar and costs, for each offence. 3rd. It shall be the duty of the Mayor or town Constable, to suppress all riotous noise and unlawful assemblages of negroes or white persons within the limits of this Cor- poration.' Any negroes not owned or hired by some citizen of this town, who shall be found'here on the Sabbath day, without...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 24 February 1857

DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. ".Heaven erica must fall that we are innocent." WASHINGTON, TEX DAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1857. VOLUME PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY W. J. PENDLETON, & CO. Terina—$3,00 per annum in advance. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, FEB; 24, 1857. SAXES OT ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten- tioa^o the following rates: il^nralat insertion $100; each sub. insertiou, 50cts 1 " t do S do 4 do * do « do V do 8 do k do it do 1 jemr do do do do do do do do do 10,00, Six Months 18,00, 25,00, 80,00, 84,00, ST ,00, 40,00, 43,00, 48,00, 60,00, dU do do do do do do $700 13,00 17t00 20,Ob 23,00 25,00 27,50 80,00 32,00 A square is eight lines. \Ve expect in future one quarter in ad- Vance. AH notices to he, publi shed for á less timé tnan six months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be jritid in advance. Persons desiring to remit tii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 24 February 1857

Masfrngta^mman «4riVB w. J. PENDLETON, Editor. wmñu^ V We are authorized to announce Bufas H. Fal- ter, Xaqr , u a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the nomination of the Democratic Convention, •We are authorized ta announce Thomas Har- iq.f aa a candidate tor the Judgeship in the JM Judicial District Corn is exceedingly scarce and high in ibis neighborhood. Attention is called to the commu- of Franklin, as published in this iorning:s issue. Gen. Sam. Houston and the Hon. It. D. Evans, bare our thanks for valuable congressional documents. We have to thank the ladies for their visit on last Saturday, and to hopo a continuance of such favors. We had the pleasure on -yesterday «f a call from the Hon. R. E. B. Baylor. The Judge is looking as well as we have ev- er seen him. ' We were somewhat surprised a day or so since at the appearance upon our table • neat little package addressed to our verit- able self; upon examination of which, the sweetest little note we have seen for ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 24 February 1857

9 Imán Catholic Charch in jUexico, South j Amerrca and S witzland was taken into consideration; and in allocation, sincc published by his Holiness on the subject, cleárly shows that the Papal iofluence is considerably less in those countries than in this. The Pope complains bitterly of the new government of Mexico, which has completely set- aside the ecclesiasti- cal jurisdiction, and sequestered the property of the church. We are told that thó monastic establishment have re- fused to permit the "visitation" of the bishops, and that some of them have, in open defiance of the canonical laws, sold part of their property. The permission given by the government to all sect9 pub" licly to practice their religious rites, is denounced as "an abominable measure, which is calculated to undermine the most holy Roman Catholic religion," After summing up the various back- slides of the .Mexican government, his Holiness declares all the measures which it has taken against the authority of the ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 24 February 1857

;®as|ingtfln^mericait meetcsg or tee mayob and aldeb- meh, of the tow* OF washtkg- tok, jaktjaby 28th, 1857 [Present R. A. LO'IT. B. F. WILSON, D. M. UNDERKII HARDEN WHITE, B.M. UATF1ELD. Mayor. Aldermen. THE committee'appointed to draft Ordi- nances for the Corporation reported the following, which were read and adopted: Ordinances. 1st. There shall be reserved, on each side •f erery street within this Corporation, a ■pace of ten feet for a s side walk. 2nd. Anj person who shall wilfully place ■ny boxes, barrels, lumber, or other ob- struction on said side walks, or shall ride, or hitch any horse, mare, or mule ort said side walks, shall be fined in a sum of one dollar and costs, for each offence. 3rd. It shall be the duty of the Mayor or town Constable, to suppress all riotous noise and unlawful assemblages of negroes or white persons within the limits of this Cor- Íoration. Any negroes not T>wned or hired j some citizen of this town, who shall be ' found here on the Sabbath da...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 3 March 1857

-1 — in \\*k\ -v tumi TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, AGRICULTURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. Amerita innft fiUtttU lit ialwflit. esday, March 3, NUMBE& 16. washington, YOLUME 2. PUBLISHED KYERY WjSSDAY BY W;áÍPEH®ÍeífcCa , f KB; !4, 18 . To those who deWto advertise m the American, we respectfully call tbéir tfttti >tkm to the following «tes: lSqa«r*l*timaertioa |100; e«cb ub. Uuierti^, Jfas ' Vkfit. BU Mart 17.00 I in ad- for a less „ , Willi charged strict- and the money must be ¡¿ring to rern't thwogii tfc mm.. our risk. •' "• • •> ssg CSS5. tains the ashington regard which cOltt- "I now regard ingjasbein^nui were t jres, sir, Sam ing malady, hot tes :¿t A BAKXER IK TROUBLE. A rich foreigner, named Sutherland, nato" raised in Rosna, was banker to the court, and in high favor with the Empress. He was rous- ed one morning by the information that his house was surrounded with guards, and Keliew the Minister of Police, desired to speak with him. Thi...

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

— W.J. PENDLETON, Editor. WASBlMiTOifr ft?ESDAY^ MARCH~ SD, l¿Í7. ' We are Mithorued.io announce Bufoa H. Fel- eamlKUe for the Legislature, subject a of the Demoeratic Coarctation, re are authorised to announce Thomas Har- fcaq, aa k candidate tor the Judgeship in the Sri JwHcUl Diaufct. ' We ■«, yesterday, Dr. Qregory's Ant- It seemed to work welL tSt" TWe advertisement of the Atlanta Med- ial College, will be found in another column. The publishers are busily engaged up- II entiie " Texas literary Jourual." The work wffl be forthcoming soon. '>*É®"*We Jearn ffiat Alex. McGahey, Esqr., of Waco, was shot a day or so since, by a man named Blankiuship. As yet, we have not learn- ed tlie fail particulars. I to be fine sport now-a- : Bob, of the Austin House, can rbody preparing them for the table. • Pora day or so back we hare had every : of an approaching sleet, but this morn- \ lug the air is soft'and balmy, and feathered * warbling upon every bough, give f of an early spring. (0"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 3 March 1857

w ZVSffA'* HAILS. N*w Yobk. Fab. IT.—The Enropa's Hrttils go SoqMi kj thw morning's tad. Cottom Circolar9< ÉWH, Shipley é Co's. drculir silya that khipmeMs from Indie of tfotton are uriüsil* ftllj hrge^ 180,000 boles are no# éh fOute Mr Liverpool. Attention being direeetfcd to lattlL the ton sequence bos been an Hfcprored condition of the crop, and relatively moder- ate priees, M cOtopand with Ameritan. Da. KANB. Letters from Havana hate bcetl ttCeived hero, atating that Dr. Kane was dying. . POSTPONEMENT OP THE DALLAS TREATY. The vote on postponing the consideration of tbo Dallas treaty in the 8enate was 25 to 20. The Southern Democratic Senators, with one or two exceptions, opposed the postponement... New York Markets. Mwlmg exchange declined 8 l-4to8 1-2. ffiagar market doll and declining. Liver- rool ftieght market presents s downward Yíte Teleprph says the Washington Light Guards of Houston, presented to Copt. William Edwards, their comman- der, a -costly and handsome gold h...

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

2HXICH nuv mOYSEISH XáVD- , that m wm ii made worse if «roppoü, with a view even to the great- •ost present gain, is a mistake. It is gen- erally taken for granted (hat a 'farm, which has long been tenanted, ta «bant- ed. In «V Dst cases, in our country, it :ia ao. The farm which baa been cultivated bj tenants ia peor enough. But why ? la it because the tenant has been more aehuh than other men ? Is "it because he háa been regardless of the owner's Mtereat? .Not that It ia because he haaaaot«o p«óbenckd bis own interest. If land ia in bnt an ordinary condi- kt the beginning of a lease, we bold i no amount of selfishness alone will make it worse; though selfishness and ignorance may. Perhaps we ought to malp n single exception, Hbat nf annual lease*. If a iariner is to cultivate an- ■other'a land far a «ingle year, hia own «Bteeaat arosbLoot %e promoted by en- tering into expensive improvements; but .« en in ibat eaae, we do not believe be I'be a gainer by taking a course that ivo th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 10 March 1857

•-fe-.. m j in. m "**«p<p^bh "Y DEYOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND. ".Deaien; and e t fall that we are innocent." NUMBER 17. WASHINGTON, T SDAY, MARCH 10, 1857. YOLTJME 2 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY W.J, PENDLETON, fc CO. Termi-$3,00 par annum in adrance. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, MARCH, 10,1867. BATES OF ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten tion to the following rates: 1 Sqawlat insertion $100; each tab. insertion, 50cts 1 " 1 year 10,00, Six Months $700 1 do do 18,00, do 13,00 a do do 26,00, do 17.00 4 do do SO,00, do 80,00 do do 34,00, do 23,00 • do do #7,00, do ,00 t do do 40,00, do 17,60 a 40 do 43,00, do 30,00 - • éo do 45,00, do 32,00 1 do do «MM, A square is eight lines. We expect in pitare one quarter in ad fiance. AH notices to be published for a less time tnan six months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Persons desi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 10 March 1857

menean «4T1VE ÉStffM MI3S0TJSI EMANCIPATION AGAIN Our neighbor of the Galveston News, under tl;c head of " Abolitionism in the Missouri viea to the people and journal*;-of the South, in regárd to the late emancipation movement in the Missouri Legislature. The News says : We have always believed it to he an impera- tive duty of every Southern editor to keep the people of the Scath correctly informed of the progress that is being steadily made bythe avowed enemies of slavery, by whatever name they may choose to designate themselves, wheth- er Abolitionists, Free Soilers, Emancipation- ists or Republicans, and whether from the old Whig, the Democratic, or the Kjsow-Nothing W * PF vnT rTO\ pditnr pAri_\. They are all alike Opposed to slavery, *^' * and those who profess to be most conservative, WASUINBTOX TUESDAY, MARCH.. 10, 18¿7 vst We arc authorl *] to anuounce Ruin H. Fel- £er, E«qr , " ; candidate for the I.efislaiure, subject to tlie nomination of ll>e Democratic Convention, . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 10 March 1857

J THE PACIFIC RAILROAD j ,|1[ Hon. E. J. Walker denies that the Pacific, Railroad Company with which he is connected, is a party to the applications for aid from Con- ! gress. He says that Vis company is already on the way to the Pacific, and are successfully carrying a Railroad eight hi^dred miles through Texas, to its western boundary at El Paso, without any yrant of land or ftoney from Con- gress. The first section of the road is nearly ready for the rail; one thousand tons of the Pennsylvania railroad iron have b*en shipped and will soon be laid upon the tra k ; whilst ; all the money to complete ready tcr use the NtW ADítRTiStMiNfS. HTTKBLY PfctÍTÍ0NIH9 FOR HUSBANDS AccuMing lo the Savannah .lutirual six teen maids, oí Charleston petitioned in this wise for husbands, in the year 1733: -To his Fxcellency Gov. Johnson: "The humb e petition of a!l the maids whose names are underwritten: ' Whereas we. tlia humble petitioners, are at prcseüt in a very melancholly disposition of mind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 10 March 1857

¿fe T m. BVCBAXATI CABDTET TJie New York Herald pretends to hare information in regard to Mr. Buchanan's ' Cabinet, to the following cfleet: "Lancaster, Pa., Feb. 4,1857. " Mr. Buchanan has so far determined up- on the persons who are to constitute bis Cabinet, as to warrant me in naming the men, though not the positions they will re- spectively fill. From the South, Cobb, of Georgia, Floyd, of Virginia, certain; Pick- ens, of Soath Carolina, or Brown, of Tenn- essee, contingent. From the North and West, Bright, of Indiana; Clifford, of Maine; and Judge Black, of Pennsylvania, who ia pressed for Secretary of State. The BMlA H bM SBlltfK only draw to this latter gentleman Is J. Jones, of the Old Keystone, who • number of warm-and zealous friends, ••that Judge Black will be Abolitionist.—The Frecdonia jO,) Censor, thus alludes to the death of w His early decease will not excite sympa- thy or regret, except among that class of pto-alavery fanatics who justifled the out- rage of wificii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 March 1857

V i Efe DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION, TURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND, bat we are innocent." "Heaven, and earth DAY, MARCH 17, 1857. WASHINGTON, TE ram PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY W.J, PENDLETO.\,fc CO. Terms-$3,00 per annum in advance. WáHIRBTM, TUESDAY, 17,1857. JIAXM «r G. To those who desiu to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten tion to the following rates: l " « do * *o •4 * '<% * S fe T .«•- S 4k -square is eight lines. Wtf «expect in future one quarter in ad- vance. Analices to be published for a less time tnftn six months, will be charged strict- ly Vy<fl e square, and the money must be paid ia -advance. Persons desiring torem't money to irscatfc do so through the mails at «or risk. • • mm 1 year 10,00, SU Months $700 do MOO, do 13,00 "iám VfiO, do 17.00 dm 80,80, do 30,00 do M,00, do 23,00 ST^O, do 25,00 do It «iOO, do 2T,«0 a* * 43,00, do 80,00 do 4ft,00, do 32,00 4* sopo. : AND ABOLITIONISM. Under this head, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 March 1857

".WV. ff. 'éí'-A )LGTON, Editor. 17,1867 s nUlMrized by the fmiMÍ of Hon- B. r, Jndga of tnU Judicial District, to an- i for. i«-election. ce Bofos H. Pel- la ca mi Mate for the LegUiature, subject • Democratic Couveation, ! authorised tJanuomic.Thoauu Har- , candida tic tor the Judgeship m the editor returns he will pay k the communication in the Wash- it of March 12th, signed " The ntion to the cud of Dr. past experience among the Sooth will ensure satisfac- ■ — ■ . "'.north whd hi.aboB' week. All vegetables are with the fruit. The corn is by the Old .farmers, to be past re- of the Chinese Jcthro Cotton, Corn. We bespeak a good from the interest his exit from this place OB yesterd ay morning for Breuhara, to appear before the Grane Í Jury, concerning matters of peace, we presumo—othera say of licensc. What kind, is a query! Hft left [jdHfid a sub. This is sufficient acose far deficiency of original matter and the oon-appcarance ofjhe Ladies' Column. W3r It will be aeen amoung our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 March 1857

■■■■■—■—pw ^asjingtim^menrait By our latent mails from New Orleans we father the following news:. New Yon*, March 6.—George Holt 4 Co.'s circular reports considerable sales o cotton to trrive. and qnotes Middlm* Or- leans at 7 7-8; Middling Uplands *•-#• also says that spinners threaten to work abort time. . Hermann Cox & <X's circular qnotes Fair Orleans at 8 3-8. .nd says that holder offer more willingly. Speculators it savs took 17 000 bales and exporters took 5000. Wright Jr. * circular quotes Mtd- JWQrtasnsat 71316; Middling Mobile 7 11^16. I* reports the imports since the •leparture of the last steamship at 16 000 bales, and the stock on hand 315,000 bales. The market, it says, closed heavy and un- settled. Middling Up'.ands, it says, was of- fered at 71-2 Private letters quote Middling Mobile at 7 11-16. London Sugar Market. The London sugar market was unchanged. Gkeat Britain and Persia. The Persian difficulties have been renewed. The Persian Embassador has broken off...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 17 March 1857

▼¡llago gggg " H ETHAN ALLSK. A good story is told of that rare old pa- triot, Cok E Van Allen whose services in the " times that tried men's souls" «rere on- ly equalled by his daring assertions of the right of pmateopinion on theological raat- A irell known divine, pastor of the churoh, cal'ed one evening on the and while enjoying his trae New he softer table, the i turned apon chbrch matters, a the minister—"Colonel, how does n that a man of your extensive in- and information has never seen it to join our society 1 Yo know we I m the vineyard—especially as yon are, Your example _ reatly to strengthen our hands y our hearts against the evil one." Tell, brother" replied "I have often >hfc as you do about the business and I had-almost made up my mind to but that night I had a ne to give it up." the minister, " what it I saw standing at the , and saw a man go up Í 1n asked a voice from within. _ ing admittance was the re- was opened, and the keeper animation did you l>e- < 5...

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