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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WA1HIN0T0M CITT: TTBSOAV January 1. 1*5*. {[T Advertisements should be banded in by 1? o'clo-k. in., otherwise they niay not appear natil the next day. Austi Foa mi 9r*a.?The following named persons are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* in The Star: Pkilail'lpkia ?V. D Palmir, northweet oor aier of Fifth and Chestnut street*. Ntw York?8. M. PxrimoiLL A Co., Nassau street Boston?V. B. Palmer, Scot lay's Building. KFIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS Toe lntolUgwer, commenting on the act of ths President in tending in the message to the House before they are organised, says : "In the House of Representatives it gave rise to an exciting sccne, strong objections being taken by various members te the Pres ident's making the communication to the House ;n its present unorganized condition, and to its power in this condition to receive it. The adversity of opinion on tbese points led to an animated debate. The prooedure of the President was doubtless novel, b...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 January 1856

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. rim Pbogbbss.?We copy, with great pleasure, the forty-fifth annual report oa the city >f Washington, by that venerable and ??termed citiien. John Sescford. It is an in teresting and valuable document There have been built-of brick, S four story dwellings, 70 three-story, 48 two-story, and 1 one-story ; of wood, 10 three-story and 122 two-story?in all 154; with 33 additions, and ,8 shops. The total number of dwellings ?n the city is 9,920. and the estimated number r,f inhabitant? 59,801, showing an average of between six and seven inhabitants to each house. There hare been 27.291 running feet of brick pavement laid, of whioh 15,9V0 feet were in the Second Ward. The accessed value of all kinds of real and personal property, including bank and other stocks, for the year ending June, 1850, is $25, ?jfl8,703. The rate of the assessment is sixty cents oer $100, and will yield, when collected, after deducting the discount for prompt pay ment, the sum of...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 January 1856

fr9,n fiTtt fig, j permanent confederation prescribed by the constitution. Our balance of power is in the separate reeerretf rights of L States and 4^1 representation in the Senate. That independent aovereignty in every one of the ?tato>, with its reserved rights "f local aelf Sw/rnTn nthtM"red?t0 their co-equal HZf l r u hcn,lt?' the fundamental uSS?? ?i co*?titution W ithout it the i..; .k , never h,lTe ?*Uted. However t?eJ*r*er State8 night betore-or gattise the government so as to jrive to th?ir S?ml!n0n ltB ProPortioa*te weight in the b??u??M??!h ' L kJnew U was 'mpoMi mltiS. . y conceded to the smaller ones authority to exercise at least a negative influ whether lee ia j1 e .me a'su rcs <* the government wbether legislative or executive, through their ?qual representation in the Senate. Indeed he larger States themselves could not have failed to perceive, that the same power wm ?quallv necessary to them, for the JEurity of their <>wn domestic interests again?t the ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. G, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1856. NO. 934. THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERT AFTER NOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 Iks Stmt Buildings, tin*r ?/ PsmmsftmmmU ????*? and Eitvtntk strut, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be served to subscribers by carriers it SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agar.ts; papers served In packages at 37Jf tents P" month. To mall subscribers the sub* acrlptlnn price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS t year madvancs, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months i for leas than three months at the rate of 12% cents a week. ET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. OK. FLORENCE O'DONNOGHUE, Office 13f Seventh street, a few doors north of O. dec 5-eolm* K IRK WOOD HOUSE. rpHE PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS 1 ureto announce that they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, In accordance with the advancement and re-^JL fineinent of the age. Thev give their sole care and attention to Its management, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and comf...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WAIKIVeTOW CITT: WED* BSD ay jM1 uary a, 19*6. ffT Advertisement* should be handed in by It ?'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. LET Aobsts ?oa tub Stab.?The following named persons are authorized to contrast for the publication of advertisements in Tea Stab : Pktladtlpkta?V. B Palmbb, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. N'W York??. M. Pettibo:ll * Co., Nassau Street. Boston?V. B. Palmer, Scollay's Building. SPIRIT 07 THE MORNING PRESS The luteingtneir contritely asks forgive ness of the Union for on Monday last trans lating an article in its columns on the day be fore to mean an invitation to the National Know Nothings to aid the Democrats in elect ing Mr. Richardson to the Speakership, the latter having yesterday taken the lntelli g*>inr's comments thereon in high dudgeon. The Union review? and applauds the Presi dent's Message, and defends with ability and perspicuity the position assumed on Monday last by the Democrats of t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Tn Councils.?In the Board of Alder, men, on Monday, there wai do quorum present^ Common Council.?All present except Mr Onne. Mr Bayne presented the petition of Wm. Van Keswick, asking to be refunded the amount overpaid for a license ; referred Mr. Raff presented the petition of J. ?. Clark, asking that the channel may be deep ened at the Corporation wharf at the end of Eleventh street east ? referred Mr. Walker introduced a bill for the relief of the City Assessors; passed. Mr. AtLee. from the committe of claims, re ported the bill from the Board of Aldermen, entitled "An act amendatory of the act for the relief of S. 11. Piatt, approved May 17, 1855 passed. Also, from the same committee, an adverse report on the bill from the Board of Alder men for the relief of Ann Laporte, and a like report on the petition of J. Tabler. and asked to be discharged from their farther considera tion ; which was agreed to. and the committee was accordingly discharged....

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 January 1856

?????mmmm,?? EVENING STAR. "THE CONTINENTALS." In their ragged regimentals Stood the old Continental*, Yielding not: While the grenadier* were lunging, And like hail-atones fell the pluaglag, Cannon shot: W here the Ilea Of the Isles From the smokvnight encampment, Bore the banner of the rampant Unicorn; And grummer. /rammer Rolled the "roll*' of the drummer Through the morn. Th?n with eyes fo the front, all, And wiih guns horizontal, Stood our sires; And the balls whistled deadly, And in flam** flashing redly, Blaz?d the flres: As the swift Billows drift, Drove the dark battle breakers O'er the green sodded acres Of the plain: ? And louder, louder, louder Cracked the black gunpowder All amain? ^ Then like smiths at their forges Labored the red 9t George's i Cannoniers, And the villainous saltpetre, Rung a fierce, discordant metre Round their ears; I.Ike the roar On the sho. 3 Rose the horse guard's clangor, As they rode in roaring an^er On our flanks! And higher, higher, higher Bur...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 January 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON. D. G, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1856. NO. 935. THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED tVERY AKTKRNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) " it tk* Stmr Building*, comtr of /'?**?>;?sat* M'sm and Eltfntk Strut, By W. D. WALLA OH, Will be served to ?ub*r1beri by carriers at SIX AMU A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agenui; papers served in pack--gea at X ^ aents per month. To mail subscribers the aub ?crlptlon priceia THREE DOLLARS AND PIE TY CENTS a year in adeanet, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leas than three months at the rate of 12,# cents a we?k. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. UK. FLORENCE O'DONNOtiHUE, OOc* 4J8 Seventh street, a flrw doors north of O. dec 5-eolm* KIKhWtNtl) HOI sK. f|\HE PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS m. ur?? to announce that they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, In accordance with the advancement and tt " * flneinent of the age. Thev give their sole care and attention to Its manairement, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: THIRID4Y January 3, 1^6. LJ~ Adr^rti*f mciit? ?hould be handed in by 12 o'clock, in., otherwi*e they may not appear until the next day. ICT A?asi? roa thr Star ?The following named persons are authorized to contract for the publication of advertl*ementa in Th* Star : Pk'Jadtlphxa ?V. B Palmrr northwest oor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Prtt i Kg ill & Co.. Nassau ?tr^et. B Of ton? V. B Palmer, Scollay s Building. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Inteiltgenar, which, by the by. ha? never favored the Monroe doctrine as coming within the line of duty of this Government in our time at leoit, say* of the positions taken on Monday last by Senator* Clayton, Cam, and Ueward, in debating the Central American clauses of the message: "The reader will, on it? perusal, find that certain leading Senator* have in some degree committed themselves to a line of policy which demands the wisest scrutiny and the most care ful deliberation. They have ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 January 1856

EV ENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tpb exercises of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, which were to hare taken place at Carusi s Saloon last evening, were postponed until to-night in consequence of the unfavora ble weather. The supper of the D. K E. at Gautier's last night was a magnificent affair, and was done ample just'ce to by all present. Hon. Mr Orr, of South Carolina, presided at one end of the table, aud W N. Starke, of Eta Chapter University, of Virginia, at the other. The first regular toast was the ''President of the Lnited States;" which was responded to by Hon. Mr. Orr in his usual felicitous manner. " The Senate of the United States'' was re sponded to appropriately by the Hon. Mr. Russell, of Arkansas, as was the "House of Representatives'' by Hon. Percy Walker, of Alabama " The Army." brought up Gen. Quitman, of Miss , who responded to the toaet most hap pily, paying, in the course of his remarks, a high compliment to Gen Scott. ? The Navy" was met by Hon. Mr Max w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 January 1856

EVENING STAR. "?EVER MIND THE MITTEH, JOE." l.ook up. dear Joe. with brow of brass, F?mt that giddy flirting lass. And let h'*r transient Intake pas*? i hough sorely fanrv-smitten, Joe TherVs good flih In the deep, broad sea, Spor'lng there bright, fair and free. And one, 1 trow, thine own might be? So never mind the mitten, Joe. 1- orget thai girl's ensnaring glance ? She skim* right prettily the dance; Her v.iin. proud air*, and dr^ss, perchance. To halls of mirth are fitting < Joe. But mark my word*?with such a wife Tied to thy hand and purse for life, Thy black and blue dais must be rife? So nevir u.ind the iritteu, Joe. I know one?she never were l- pon her finger* golden ore, Krnbraclnc pea?ls and gems a score : (Mayhsp thon'lt th'nk I'm twitting, Joe ) rarely at amusement seen ; In simple robes, with modest mien. And face and form like beauty's queen She never gave the mitten, Joe. *"F?c why ?" she ne'er with frothy arts Raised idle flames in silly hearts, Then feasted on t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 January 1856

t VOL. V1L WASHINGTON, D. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1856. NO. 936. THE EVENING STAB. n'RLIHHCD ITFRT APTKHNOdfl, (E\CRPT SUNDAY,) At 144 &>'??? Bntidtftg', rgrntr of i/mm ind fcltrt+'k ilriil, B 7 W. D. WALLACE, will be scr?ed to uibsrilbMB bycani?j? a? SIX AND A QUARTER CF.NTS% payable werkl', tn ?hc Agents; papers served In packages at 17)% ?ents per month. To tnnli subscribers the sub ?crlptlnn price 1? TH1KK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year madvanr.t, TWO DOLLARS for ?lx month*, and ONE DOLLAR for threr months; for less than three months et the rate of 1'1% cents * week. \?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. DR. FLORENCE O'DONNOOHUE, O ffice 4? Seventh street, a few doors north of 0. dec 5-eolin* kirk wood Home. 'HUE PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS -1 ure to announce that they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, In f accordance with the advancement and re-*4 flue meat of the age Thev give their sole care ;?nd attention to Its management, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and com...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 January 1856

EV KN1 N (TOTJfR. W A S H IlfQ TON CITIs rniUAV January 1, 1"J6, (jT Advertisement* should b? handed in by 11 o'clock, hi., otherwise thfy may not appear until the next day. ^ ITT Agists fok tub Star.?The following named person" are authorized to contract for the publication at adverti?emeata in The Stae: PkilnHrlfkt??V. B Palmbu, northwest cor ?Jier of Fifth and Cheetnut street*. Stw Ytrk??. M. Pbttirgill 4t Co., Naasau ?treet. Boston?V. B. Talker, ?eollav's Building. 8PIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Union rejoicei over the hearty appro bation with which it insist* the country has deceived the message. Upon the Tiewg ex pressed in the message with reference to the slavery question, the Union says : " The irresistible reasoning of President Pierce on the " constitutional relations of slavery out of place in an annual message! Truth is never out of place; and such truths he speaks should be so writtrti as to be read and remembered by ail men. Aboliton has ad vanced fn m :v sneaking an...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? Lk ap Y?ar ? Dear reader. do you wish to know bow 44 Leap Year" first came about?" *'N?!" W?11, but too must,?and this is th? way of it When Julius C esar, that old Roman fillibuster, of whom you may have beard, undertook to reform the com putation of time, he ordained that the year should consist of 3A5 day*, eieept every fourth year, which should consist of 36* days?the additional day to be reckoned by twice counting the 24th of February, which was the sixth calend of March, llence the name, from the Latin word?, hit, twice, and itztilts, sixth. The calends (whence our word calender) or first day of the month, were reckoned backward to the ifle.s, thus: the first day of March was the first calend ; the 28th of February wa* the second calend of March, February 27th the third, and soon. The Julian Yeai, wnich by thU rulo was reckoned at 365 days and ft hours, was found not to be accurate, but to exceed the length of the solar year by 11 minutes, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 January 1856

-? V. 1> V ? EVENING STAR. BRILLIANTS. ^ Behold! The ~loriou> founder of my family! It is Fhcgreat Rodolpho'?he was famed Wh? u heroes filled the world, and deeds that uow Are miraclcs, were the un marvelled growfh Of every day's succession ' ? Charlemagne Did fix that sun upon his shield, to be His glory's blazoned emblem; for at noon, W ben the astronomer cannot dlwcerv A spot upon the full-orbed disc of light. ^1.!Jw,timore bri8kt 'J*? bis immaculate name! ^ ith what austere and dignified regard He lifts thee type of purity and scing 1,#u?5^Uiatsprings From blood of his. s^ darf. t0 ?\ 1th a vapor of t*e morning.?Evadnt DAILY DUTIES. Our daily paths ' with thorns or flowers. }vecan at will bestrew them: " bat bliss would gild the passing hours If we but rightly Knew them. The way of life is rough at best, But briars yield the roses, So that which leads to Joy and rest, The hardest path discloses. The weeds that oft we cast away, Their simple beauty scorning, Wou'd forma wre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 January 1856

(firming Mir. -_l l i! i _ VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1856. NO. 937. THE EVENING STAR, riHLIMIKD EVERT AETEKNUltN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) if Ik* Stat of P and Kltv.ntk strut, By W. D. WALLACE, Will besetved to subscribers by carrier* at 8IA AND A (QUARTER CENTS, payable wwktf ?o the Agents; paper* served In packages at 17% a *nts per month. To mail subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TV CENTS a year i??iea?ci,TWU DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three months at the rate of l'ijf cent* a week. 117" SI NO LB COPIES ONE CENT. KIRK WOOD HOUSE. fpiIK PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS -1. ure to announce that they have made many Improvements to their HOTEL, In pS^ accordance with the advancement and re-*Gii& liumcnt of the age. Thev give their sole care and attention to its management, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and comfort of guests at the usual and esL'.bllshcd rate* of first-class hotels. J. 11 A A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASH I ROTO W CITY : SATl'RDtY January i, 1866. ffT* Advertisements should be handed in by It o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear until thfc next day. \rr AutMTt roa 1 mi Star.?The following named persons are authoriied to contract for tha publication of advertisements in Tut Htar: Philadelphia ?V. B Palmbr, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. A'?u> Yttrk?3. M. PaTTmoiLa A. Co., Nassau street. ho*ton,?V. B. Palmrr, J*collay's Building. U3T 'pb Prihiing.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pbimtins with despatch and In the test manner, at prices as low as In any other office in Washington Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with it, equal In Its capacity to turn out book binding of ill descriptions to any other in the Di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 January 1856

^EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Yoc!?6 America?Those who have looked !n at any of our Pennsylvania avenue peri odical stores on a Saturday night, will call to mind the crowd of eager purchasers calling for the Flag,"' "Pictorial, ' "Polioe Gaiette," * Ledger, 4 Herald," "Tribune," etc., etc ; and again the observer will have noticed the group* nf pretty damsels as they trip away with brightening eyes and radiant faccs, happy in the possession of "Godey," "Leslie's Fash ions." or the "The Blue Knight of the Green Mountain." Another set of purchasers may he found lingering lovingly in the vicinity of the bound-books the upper,ten-dom of "lit eratie" matter?the "Hiawatha's," and "Mauds, and "Scarlct Letters," arranged so Attractively in their luxurious bindings. But the class who hover around these works are not the readiest purchaser??they nibble oftencr than they bite^and even when they make a purchase it sometimes happeneth that in a dav or twxj they take it back to be ex changed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 January 1856

EVENING STAR. THU 80*0 OF THE SNOW SPIRIT ?t mi. v h. coox. In the polar seas, where the wild waves freeze, Congealed In their billowy might, And the iceberg ride* o'er the gleaming tides, In the.fluah or the Northern Tight; Pale gems'einbos?ed with a silvery frost Are the spray of the glittering brine, And the Jewelled strand by that fairy land Yields a part of Its wealth to thine. ? The gift I bring on my broad white wing, And it foils In a feathery snow, "When dense clouds lie in the leaden akv, And the turf is brown below. When stripped and bound on the bare hi lis round, The shivering tieea complain, And the slumbering stream In a moaning dream Mill gnaws at his Icy chain.* "Wan Autumn grieves o'er the golden leaves? The hoard or a life of cares? But, locked from sight In a casket white, 1 will keep them for hia heirs. Though the merry Spring Is a spendthrift thing, In the iush of her youthful hours. And the gathered gold will be pledged and sold By her, for a wreath of flower*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 January 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON. D. C., MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1856. NO. 938. THE EVENING STAB, riBIJSHED EVERY AFTER.IOOfl, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tkt Stmt Bwildtngt, eorntt of fimuyitM* ??<iw? md SUmtntk flfMl, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be served to Kutwcribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*; papers served In package* at 37# ??at* per month. To mail subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year i? advantm, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month"; for le*s than throe months at the rate of 12# cents a week. IC^ SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. KIRKWUOD HOUSE. rpHE PROPRIETORS HAVE THE PLEAS JL ure to announce that they have made many improvements to their HOTEL, in accordance with the advancement and re fiaemeut of the age. The* give their sole care and attention to Its management, with an unspar ing regard to the wants and comfort of guests, at the usual and established rates of first-class hotels J. H. A A. W. KIRKWOOD....

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