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

-nr-hriTní'rí; TURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF DEVOTED TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATION. that we ore innoecnt." ".Heaven, and earth s NUMBER DAY, MARCH 24, 1857. WASHINGTON, TE VOLUME 2 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY V-J■ WBWjfrCETOMt * *Q. Hr* -#*,00 per annam in advance. ~ WASHIKSTM, TU1&MT, MARCH, M,1857. hates o* Aumnsnro. To those who desire to advertise in the AmeridB, we respectfully call their atten tion to the following rates: 1 Squre W iMertion $100; e«cta mh. Insertion, Met 1 " 1 ;ur 10,00, Six :Monll> 3 do do ".00, do ••• sm*;; -* 4 do d* ,«•, do • do do 84,00, «to • do do Vlfi*t do 7 do do «¿0, • do do 43¿0, • 4 do 4ifiO, 10 do (to MfiO, A square is eight lines. We expect m future one quarter in ad- Tance. AH notiees to be published for a less time fpi fix months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be paid ia advance. Persons desiring to remit money to us Can do so through the mails at our risk. ' . do do do «700 18,00 ir.ee 90...

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

, Editor. SUS by tbe friend* of Jan 8. is J'ulieUl District, to an- te i el«etion. • •re Skihoriacdlo announce Enfila H. Fel- ' t uiuadiijDe for the I.egislalure. subject I of the Democratic Convention, OtnnoimctlhdBU HlT the Judgeetiisp lu tlie MT Tbe surveyors of the Brazos have not , nor have we any advices from _ thai some of our i in the surveying expedition to the eta mountains are unwell. the True Issue, wale*" that fire has recently occurred We call attention ta tbe advertis"- ments of the Cofnmercial Register as foilnd in another coTumn. very morning presents us with rain, but dcril a drop have as yet. ^ ^ uen are having fine -times ver in this ne¡gh' orhood ¡ the irtefceaS th seems to be covered with tbem JÉTWe don'*, know >how our neighbors w e coining on in the way of spring, but we do know that it is becoming excessively warm in oar sanctum. •' I THE JUTHOE- Over the signature of " The Author," and under date of the 12th of March, the real." Live Indian" of " unwritt...

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

Our yotog friferidi deserve, and have o« thanlra ftjr their cotfchct o f the American du- ring oar absence; It k no eilVíable position- that of an editor, but we wen firithftiUy repre- that, we tender oar *0E P&EBDOK JCKAHS. struck by the Congressional on Congressional corroption; n " richer" -than we thought it would be—and hence, with the «re developed, we wonder that «Ten one of our wounded contemporaries haz- ards tin remark—that it only shows enough to show, that it ought to show more. Mr. Simon toa, the Washington correspon- dent of the limes, and a victim of the investi- gation, it seems, was the unfortunate starter of it, -by charges in hid correspondence against " members and corrupt practices in Con- In the coarse of the investigation it at, that he was approached upon "the Wisconsin Land Bill, and received a small com- for procuring the passage of a private in the Senate. He knew much, it appear- ed, in theory, but in practice he kept very still. Mr. Gilbert, M. C. fr...

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

Oct it a geo m Treatment or a Young Wife.—Owr ^n¡6i little town has been | thrown i«to a burst of wild excitement a- bont damestic affair of an atrocious na- ture, which transpired in our midst. Mr.—, Íw* withhold his name on account of his rWgáa.) a roans gentleman of fortune and fitaMlj, Rot long ago led to the altar one or th* k* Heat of her sex, and up to the time of this Most extraordinary act, they ap- " to lire in the full enjoyment ot eon- j bliss. The particulars are briefly i On Thursday morning last. Mr. "'-past six A. M. He dressed éliberatiou and taste. | sut to robe herself Its, the brutal hatband I crown skirt and deliber- ; himself upon it, he commenced n sitting on the style, Mary." fainted. We understand his i insanity for his de- >■) Age. i Dr, Boynton was once disputing • about the case with which a r '• * v when you are called never expect a lar*, and you some- for a few min- the Doctor, kI would of my very next mar- ! of ribtatoes." the farmer, " I'll take t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 31 March 1857

VOLUME 2. WASHINGTON, TÉ1 ESDAY, MARCH 31, 1857. NUMBER 20. PUBLISHED EVEUY TUESDAY BY w. J, FE> DLETO.V, & CO. T«rm 1-33,03 par aaaum ia advance. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY, IARCI1,31,1857. BATES OT ADVEBTISING. To those who desire lo advertise in the American, we respectfully call tlieir attcn tion to the following rates: í •' 2 do 3 do 4 do 5 * « (• ? do a d* * do 10 1 year do do do do do 10,00, Six Months $700 18.00, do 13.00 25.00, do 17.00 80,00, do 20,00 84,00, do .23,00 87,00, <0 25,00 40,00, do 27,50 43.00, do 30,00 45,00, do 32,00 *0,00. A BALLOON STOBY-FROM F3ANCE 10 AL-, that lie clung to the Missouri Compromise GIEBS IN A BAL00N with greater tenacity than ever. The ob- We find the following remarkable para-' ject of our neighbors >va< to clear the skirts praph in our latest English papers tinder! of its candidate of the taint of the -odious the head of "Wonderful, if Tnie—"A and pernicious heresy' of which General small Paris journal, called • Les Contempo-j Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 31 March 1857

wan "wTjTpEnHlETON, Editor. WÁVídwtón, TUESDAY, MARCH. 31. 1S¿7 ■3" We are auttyirixed to announce Etlfus H. Fel- dir, Esqr, as a eamliilate Tor election to Cougre** •pon the independent Democratic ticket. aST" We are authorized by the friends of Hon E. X. B- Baylor, Joilye Of tnis Judicial District, to an- aaunec bim as a candidate for ie-electinn. JtSt" W« are authorized |-> annomicr Thomas Har- rison, Esq , as. fc candidate tor the Judgeship in. the Sni Judicial District. J®* We learn from a correspondent that Yicksbnrg, Mississippi, has recently been visi- ted by a destructive fire. We arc having a continuation of dry weather. If it does not rain soon, crops, in this lection, mast be more or less injured. 19* We were favored on yesterday with a call from several of our female friends. We thank the ladies sincerely for their visits, and hope they may continue them. The Falls seem to be a place of con- siderable resort of late for both ladies and gen- tlemen. Fishing does'nt se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 31 March 1857

Below we give a KUinmarv of tin* foi* pi i Ura ve-. the neVfby the Alps uVidcr date of the 20U or MMaiaaiPRi.—-Hie Jackson Ha^ < March' U ti« n Of iIh* 28th lilt., shvs; . . rrftT^FR BY TIÍE A¿PS. New Tors. March'SQ.—Ani> >jig tiie Alp's intelligence is the rtat¿the¡ht that the Gov- ernment have been defeated in. the I|ob«e of Commons. on the motion of Sir. CoMen to appoint a select ommilté to inquire into the commercial relations of Gr«at^ Britain with China. The motion w*-s carried by a Defaulting Treamjhbh of t!ie NtW AOÍfRTISEM'NTS. majority of 16. Cottow Market. There were bm f«*w ciriut'ni s received by 'the Alps. Private letters quote iliat buyers of cotton «rere shy at present rates. Fair Orleans «ras quoted at 85 1&!; Fair Moliik-. 8d; Fair Upiamh. 7 3-4a7 7-8*I.J Sl'dd inir Mobile. 7 11-16; Middling Uplands, 7 0-ltíd. Phovisions. Pot k market unchanged. Beef is in fair ''demand. Freights at Liverpool. The Liverpool freight market was iather "quiet. Havre Cotto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Washington American — 31 March 1857

OB HKADING OFF TBI MUSIC. M Insare me a brass band, and I'll insure your «lection," was the musical reply of a "wire- worker" to a qu <Gtion from an aspiring politi- cal candidate as to the proper means to secure his election. And so widely, was music called la to aid oratoiy that this answer serves as a good endorsement to the poet's note, that •• Koaic iafh charms to soo: lie the «avaga breast," and attractions to—" Go to the polls and tote ■ABLY." The forty-horse power of music on elections being thus settled by common consent, leads us to believe that "too much credit cannot be awarded" (style of expression sanctioned by uaage!) to the Kentucaian who faced his po- litical opponent's music as follows: Both were candidates for the office of Gov- ernor of Kentucky, and " stumped" the State together quite harmoniously until they reached one of the counties in the "hill countiy." Here it was necessary to make a decided demonstra- tion, and accordingly the two candidates fairly «re...

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

♦ DEVOETD TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDÜCAT URE, LITERATURE, ANB THE PROGRESS OP MANKIND, "Heaven; and carl II Hint we are innocent." VOLUME 2. WASHINGTON, T ESDAY, APRIL 7, 1857, PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY W.J* PENDLETO.V, & CO. Am9-S3,00 per annum U linnet. WASHINGTON, TÜESDIÍ, APRIL, 7, 1857. BATES 0¥ ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the American, we respectfully call their atten tion to tlie following rates: 1 Squirel«l insertion $100; eaehsub. insertion, 60ci.i 1 " 1 year 10,00, Six (Months * $700 S to do 1 .00, do 13,00 a 4 do 25,00, do 17.00 4 do do 30,00, do SO,00 t to do 34,00, do 23,09 I It 4« 37,00, da 25,00 7 do do 40,00, do 27,50 • 4 do 43.00, do 30,00 • do do 45,00, do 32,00 10 do-^do 54)|00, A square is eight lines. We expeet in future one quarter in ad- ranee. All 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 m advance. Persons desiring to remit money to us can do ...

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

Él mena —— .<SSS .ETON, Editor. TttfE&ÚÁf, ÁPIlíL" 7. 18¡7.- ~ mes ■■■■■i aithortxcd to annoancc Bufas H. Fel- der Esqr, «• ondúlate fl>r election to Congress pon tbe Independent Democratic Ücfcct. *5" Wéare authorized by tbe friends of HOn R. 2. S- Btylar, Judge oftnia Judicial District, tu an- nounce him asa candidato fur ««detection. KT" We. are authorized to announce Thomas Har- as a candidate lor Uic Judgeship iu the Old Boreas is blowing a perfect storm around our ears as we write. The Yegua prophet rather másed the in his last prediction. te call attention to several new ad- vertisements in this weeks issue. - y$r- With our next exchanges we look ior awful accounts from the interior of the State, ' universal vegitation." We learn that Capt Benj. Moore, of Helena, Texas, is makingup a company folr Nic- aragua. lie will leave Helena about the 10th of April. J®* We lcaxn from a friend that the State Engineer, after a careful survey of the Brazos river, thinks the appro...

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

it hand it óVi, the c> The time monism—that fottl the 19th eeotor —shoúH The impostare wM |>i religious delusion f# communism monism to civil rebiJHknv" l>om __ lion to social liceniiousnew, in the shape of incest, adultery and polygamy—*i d from these last crimes to diabolical threats of assassination, irhieh wtyl no doubt soon ripen into acts. 1 . . j . if there were no other conduct, to brand fnteHin Pierce's Administrttion a$ to the last degree contemptible and pusillanimous "in its dealings with this Mormon deviltry. 3iis submission to the insolent sedition of Brigham Young wonld seal it as such. Brigham, the impudent impostor, the lech- s knave, the adulterous tyrant, the bias- nous rebel aga:nst all law. civil, social divine—this modern, üeaven-defying seducer, and Turk, holds an office as Gover- nor of acknowledged American citizens, un- der the Constitution of the United States and laws of the land! He holds his office by virtue of a commission in his pocket, signe...

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

CASS, COBB, AM 1UCHAHAH TIm New York Herald says:—'-General Cass is old. IIo is hardly equal to the la- borious requirements of from twelve to four- teen boors' hard official work, upon which Marty appears to have fattened considera- bly. Bat General Cass has had a vast a- jaount of diplomatic experience, as Senator, as foreign Minister and as a Cabinet" mem- bar heretofore. His knowledge and experi- ence thus acquired will be valuable to Mr. Buchanan at the outset of his administra- tion,and very useful in putting the new tna- vhiaery in motion. When this shall have * in accomplished, should General Cass find ) active demands of his office superior to í strength he will retire, and Mr. Cobb II by right of promotion, succeed him. General Cass and his friends will be satisfied, and in due season the lulfil'ment of the dngina! design of Mr. Buchanan will be quietly brougtvt about "-Eagle and En- quirer. AHOXHKEnai AX LA-0KAV8E TEXAS. Bev. T. B. Buckingham, write , dated March 14th. th...

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

#> ♦ DEVOETD TO NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCATI URE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF 3**; J t wc are innocent." "Heaven; and earth SDAY, APRIL 14, 1857 WASHINGTON, OLTJME 2. NUMBER 22. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY BY W.J, PENDLETÍ XV, is. CO. Tnrms-$3,00 per annfri a in advance. 'WASIISGTON,'TUESDAY, ? tt&Il, 14,1857. KATES OF ADVERTISING. To those who desire to advertise in the 'American. we respectfully call their atten Hion to the following ratesr ' 1 SqUir* l t insertion $100; each«ub. iniertiou, SOets *1 '" 1 year 10,00, Si* {Months $700 3 áo * *• 4 «o • 4 • do 7 4o I do • do 10 do do do do do do do do do 18.00, 55,00, 30,00, 34,00, 37,00, 40,00, 43.00, 45,00, 50,00, do do do do do - do do do 13.00 17.00 20,00 23,00 "25,00 27,50 30,00 32,00 A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quartet in ad- vance. All notices to be published for a less time than si* months, will be charged strict- ly by the square, and the money must be paid in advance. Persons desiring to re...

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

ÜTTii wBStm THE DECISION IN THE nircn SCOTT CASE. We doubt not that most of our readers are> at this time, familiar with the decision of the Supreme Court, the highest legal tribunal ex- isting under the Federal Constitution, in the Dred Scott case, hence it is that we have not published, in full, the opinion of the Court, as rendered by the Hon. Chief Justice Taney. The importance attached to the decision of the Supreme Court in this instance, has more of a political than a legal bearing, in as much as the questions, upon which the decision has been rendered, are prominent among those which NDLETON, Editor. vtcésúayraprtll ív/í8s7 - " ttSF We are authorized to announce Bofos H.'fd- der, Eaqr-, ** * candidate Tor election to Calibres poo the independent Democratic ticket. KT We are authorized by the frvenris of Hon B. TL B- Baylor, lodge of this Judicial District, to an- BtMioce^imaa a candidate for ie-e!ectinn. >/* -a e Ate authorized fc announce Thomas Har- as l candidate lo...

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

From the tfSZRVE GBOTOD W« art. gratilfed £to know tb dons nuttlbef of lire-long Democri favor of tn fc^nal distribution of Uods. Among the nittober, We twn that old whccl-horse of I . Maj. Chas. Yancey, of Bóckfrtgham—a gen- ] tleman wlio is a Democrat átl over. and wlio| voted for the clfbralcd resolution* of 98- 99, j being then a memb«r of the Virgltiia Legis- lature. W1 . A Democratic correspondent, whtf áp- toeared in oar yesterdar'« issue, reasons like « rational man and a patriot, and takes the true ground. He say :—"lama Demo- crat and have al «raya rotad the Democratic ticket, but npon thisnSubjoct (distribution) I aball take what I consider the part of the and my nativfe State. I think it to interest of botl. I think it perfeclly kt, just and honorable.7' "[lis is common sense, practical reasoning, and we trust it may have due weight upon an the Democrats in the State. <••••► THE FACITICJLIILBOAb This is the greatest-enterprise now pre- jected in the United States, and...

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

[Telegraphed to the Xew Orican* Ficaytine.] HIGHLY mPOKXAHT FBOM NICARAGUA. Walker Drive? the Enemy from St. Geokge. The parser of the Texas Teports that on "the 16th Gen. Walker, with 400 men. at- tacked St. George, which was occupied by 2.000 of the enemy, and. after driving them .before him. gained the plaza, and burned the part of the town most important as a posi- tion to the allied army. Walker Hears that the Allies are Arobt to attack Riyas. At tbw time Gen. Walker learned that about 1.200 of the enemy under Chamorro had marched by another read to make an attack OB Kirns. Walker Marches to Meet Them. Tlicifapon. Gen. Walker, with his force, immediately tuanhed towards Rifas for the «lief of that place. - + Hb meets the Enemy in full Eetheat. IJennincsen in Porsdit. =■'"On the -way thither he met the enemy in it at the forks of the three roads, ued by Gen. Ilenningsen and his who had driven them out of Ri- cif attacking that place, with great «laughter. /• ..Great Yictoht ovbr...

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

M--.f~rrn DEVOETI) TO" NEWS, POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, EDUCA: TURE, LITERATURE, AND THE PROGRESS OF MANKIND, ".Heaveo; and earili WASHINGTON, T that we are innocent." ESDAY, APRIL 21, 1857. PUBLISHED EVEÍRY TUESDAY BY W.J, PENDLETO^T, & CO. Terms—$3,00 per in advance. do do WASHINGTON, TUESD^ APML,21.1817. RATES or ADVERTISING. To these who desire to advertise in the Anfeckan, we respectfully call their atten tion to the following rates: 18qa«r« 1st insertion $100; each «ub. insertion, 50cts 1 « lyeat 10,00, " Mix ¿Months da 18.00, do 2Í.00, d« 30,00, 4o 34,00, <o 31,00, do _ 4? ,00, 4o ' 48,00, do ' 45,00, d« io,on. A square is eight lines. We expect in future one quarter in ad- AU notices to "be published for a less time than six months, will be charged strict- ly by the squire, and the money must be faid in advance. Persons desiring to remit money to us «can do 9® ¡through the mails at our risk. i 4 do • da • do 7 do • do .e to 10 do do do do tfo do do da $700 13,00 17,00 20,0...

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

^as|ÍKgt0M^mcrkan W. J. PENOLftTON, Editor. if is ■9* We are authorized lo announce Rufus H. Fel- dsr, Bsqr, as a caoiliilare for election to Congress -f apon the Independent Democratic ticket. & We are authorized by the-frtftfa of Hon E. Baylor, Judfe of tnia Judicial District,_to an- him aa a candidate for ie-eIectioa. We are authorized to announce Thomas Har- rison, Esq, * candidate for the Judgeship iu the ftrd Judicial District. 1KB SPIRIT OF JfOBTHEBH ABOLITIONISTS- It is really amusing, and at the same time should be disgusting to the people of the South to witness the vindicative spirit with which the entire corps o£ Abolition andFreesoil journals of the North assail tKe decision of the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott casé. The New- York Independent heads a flaming article thus : " Thb decision' op the Supreme Court is BK XOXtAL ASSASSINATION OF A BACK AND CAN- or be obeyed." " We will see," l¿owev«r, says that sterling American jourrikl, the Sew York Express, than which...

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

wám llilts SÍVSBXHCE~MimT HOI -It did hot happen to mc to be ■bin, fsays Dahiel Webster, brothers ihd sisstefB were cabin, raised among tbe snow New-Hampshire, at a period so ea' when the smoke first rose from its chimney, and curled over the frozen there was no similar evidence of a «'lute nan's habitation between it and the settle- ments on the rivers of Ganada. It< remains still exist—I make it ah annual visit I ear- ly my childi on to it, to tcach then} tlie hard- ships endured by tho generations that have gone before them. I love to dwell on the tender recollections, the kindnd ties, the affections, and the ¿«nations anil inci- rhich mingle with all I know of thi- ! family abode. I weep to think i of those who inhabited it are now the living—and if ever I fail in affec- Kate veneration for him who raided it ainst savage violence and disti nction, cher- ished all domestic virtues beneath its roof, "and through the lire ami blood of seven years' revolutionary wa*, t-lirimk fro...

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

home, sweet home. We clip the article below, suggestive that * monument be erected to the memory of Payne, from the Boston Ohve Branch, and give it a v'in our columns, believing that it will find a response in the hearts of our readers:— THE A'HTHOaOF "SWEETHOME." sit in my ganct here in Washington, watching the course of great men. and the destiny of party, I meet often with strange contradictions in this eventful Hfc. The most remarkable was that of John Howard Payne, aotbqr of rt Sweet Home." I know him per- sonally. He occupied the rooms under me for some time, and bis conversation was so ^captivating that I often spent whole days in l te apartments. He was an applicant for office at the time— Consul at Tunis—from which he had been removed. What a sad 4hing it was to see the poet subjected to all -the humiliation of office seeking! Of an evening we would walk along the street. Once in a while we would see some family' circle so happy, and forming so beautiful tf group, that we w...

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