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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHINGTOR CITY: FRIDAY Jaaaary IS, 1M6. |[T Advertisement* should be handed In by 12 o'clock, in.,, otherwise they may not appear until th* urxt day. K7" Ab?!*t? to* mi f*TA*.?The followteg named penona are antborixed to contract for tho publication of advertisement* in Taa Stab: Pkiladtlfkia-V. B Pilmib, northwest oor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. ytw y?rfc_J?. M raTTmeiLL A Co., Nassau Street. B of ton?V. B. Paimbr, Scollay'a Building. JET" Job rmjiTijio.?Our friends and patrona are notified that we are now prepared to execute every Mnd of Job Pbinthis with despatch and !n the beat 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, baa the Star office a Book Bindery connected with it, equal In its eapaclty to turn out book binding *>f all descriptions to any other In the District o...

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. — 18 January 1856

Ievkning star. f LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Dead Litters ?Dear reader, in the couree of your travels, did you ever find yoarself in the northwest corner of the large white mar ble building, corner of E and Seventh streets ? I ' Items" waa there lately, and took a peep into the dead letter department. Some ven erable. gray-haired clerk*, were hard-at work upon the last quarter's returns. One was opening the mail bags and sorting the pack ages, and others were opening and distrib uting the letters. They wore long white aprons, and were seated at wide deal tables. Missives of all sizes, shapes and characters? with every variety of addras, color of ink, and figure of post mark, were passing through their hands, now it was a dun, now a n?t?, and now a letter with a heavy black seal. It seemed to matter little to the clerks what they were handling. From long habit they open tbem mechanically, and fling them aside with scarce a glance at their contents Here comes up, enclosed in an embossed envel...

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. — 18 January 1856

EVENING STAR. A VI8I0H. J drearopta dream ?a waking dream, Ftn It rame with the moan'a pale yellow beam , And methougbt 1 mw, in lis glittering rays, A vision of long departed day a; It bore me awavr to a distant strand When I heard the tongre of mr na'lve land, There warrior* met with eyea of Are, And darkly frowned In their patriot Ire, While 1 saw, as their banners were ra'aed on high Thalr motto was "IVath or Liberty." My country's motto ' but oh I found Her enemies breathed the wfll-known sound, While England, overwhelming thought, Against the cause of Freedom fought, when lo' a chief with a thoughtful mien, 3 saw arise, midst the restless scene, And o'er that scene's chaotic night He beamed with f.ure and guiding light, And soon to his flag, from the Gallic shore Came a noble youth, the rough seas o'er, And others from thence his steps pursued. Their hearts with Freedom's lova Imbued ; And quickly learned on that distant spot A leasou they never, no never forgot. And thev foug...

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. — 19 January 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rVRLUHSO EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 III Star Buildt*c$, corntr ?f ? virim +M+1 ki*v*mtk Strut, My W. D. WiLLACI, Will be served to subaeribera by carriers at 81X IN O A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents; papers served In packages at37j{ tents per month. To mall anbwcrlbera the >ub ?ert prion price 1* THREE DOLLARSAND FIF TV CENTS a year i*arfr?*<"?. TWO DOLLARS l^r ?ii month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?onths; for leu than three montha at the rate of |4)f cent* a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON. D. C., SATURDAY. JANUARY 19, 1856. NO. 949. ti|U oefr, per aaaawV.".". tl ** 1 ooptea m Hi ooptea ? *? nty copies It W G^Cash, meamiaBtv T? a?*a?ea. CSlnrle copies (In wrappers) eaa be proca.ed ooanter. Immediately &e? the tame of tn D T-.? paper. Prtoe? Taaaa Ob* vs. JSSSSSS^ssm^ ?? *??>? urriciu. TtlAIItT DlfAITMIT, IMS 1, 1366. I Notice Is hereby given to holders of storks of the L nlted States that this Department will ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHINQTON CITY: SATURDAY Jaaaary 19, 1N?, jpy Advertisement* should be Landrd In by If o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. 1?T A?*j?ts fob tki Star ?The following named persona are authorized to contrari for the pnbllcaUon of advertisement* In Tax Stab : Philadelphia-V B Paimib, northwest cor ner of Fiftii and Chestnut street*. Ntu> Vorfc-S. M PBTTineiLL * Co., Nassau street Soittn?V. B Palhii, Scollay'a Building. Job PaiNTine?Our friends and patrona are notified that we are now prepared to execute every hind of Jcb Pbintino with despatch and la the beac manner, at prtoes as low aa in any other office In ashlngton. Job Prlntera are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of pre** work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams1 power-presses So, also, Las the Sta^oiflee a Book Bindery connected with it, equal in Its capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other la the District of Columbia f...

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. — 19 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Medical Soi-ietv uf the District of Columbia uarti?ok of their annual sapp?rlMt light at ttantier's. They assembled at about bp m , aud for an hour and a half enj. jrcd ?ach other'. society in friendly conversation in ono of the parlor- of the e't^luhmeut be fure entering the rooas ^ weVl tainment was provided in Gaotier ? well known retkorch'* tyl# Among those present were Drs Willi*"1 Jones and Lindsley, the President and vice president of the society A W Miller G Tyler, (first vice president of the National Medical Society.) Semines of Edward Waring. W. P JoUston, A. J. ?oemmes. N 3- Lincoln, Duhamal, Bradley, Kadcliff. Blake, Nichols, McD Davis, J. C. Hall- Berry, Blanchard, Palmer, N. Young, Grimes, J Kiley, T Miller. Leiberman, Stor row. Busey. McGruder, (of Georgetown.) Love joy, Hellen. Stelnar. Craig, McDowell, (of 6t. Louis.) Macall, Carmichael, McCalla, and Walsh. Alter getting through at table with the sub stantial so satisfactorily ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 January 1856

EVENING STAR. TO LITTLE MARY. I'm bidden, little Mary ' To write verges upon thee : 1 d fain obey the biddiiv If It rested but with me ; But the mlstressea I'm bound to, rNlne ladies hard to pleave,) Oi all their stores poetic, do closely keep the keys. It's only now and then. By good luck as one may ?ay, That a couplet or a rhyme'or two. Fall>? fairly In my way. Fruit forced Is never half so sweet As that come* quite in season But son)-' folks must be satlsfled With rflyme in spite of reason. So, Muee* ' now befriend me ; Albeit of help so chary, To string the pearl* of poeale, For loveliest little Mary. And yet, \ e pay an damsels ' Not over fon?l am I T' Invoke your haughty favors, Vour fount of Castaly i've sipped a purer fountain, I've deckea a holler aUrlne, 1 own a mightier mistress - 0 Nature ' thou art mine. And Feeling's fount than Castaly Yields waters more divine ' And only to that well- head, 3weet Mary, I'll report, For jsmt an artleas verse or two, A simple strain ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 January 1856

THE EVENING STAB, ri'BLI?HKt? EVERY AFTEKXJO.l, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At til Si?? Futldinf?, comtr of PtMJf <????? ??<<%?? mnA EUvintk By W. D. W ALL AC H, Will be -'"rved to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; paper* served la packages at 37# ?ents per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND F1F TYCENT?a)vwi??4M?M,TWU DOLLARS for tlx mouths, and ONE DOLLAR for three mouths; for le?s than three mootr s at the rate of 13# cents a wetk. |ryBINttLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. MONDAY. JANUARY 21, 1856. NO. 920. THE WEEKLY STAR This exnelient Family and New, Journal rst talning a greater variety of lnteroltnt rending (ban saa be found In any other?4s published on ftatur day Morning ftUI. Ragle oopy, per annum ?i ? to tint. Five oeples li i? Van copies h no Twenty copies .....U IZT Cans, iRyauati in aham. Single copies (In wrappers) can be pwu ?d at the counter, lmm* aiatriy after the lesue of ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY January '21, 1*36. 7" Advertisements should be banded In by IS o'clock, ni , otherwise they may not appear until th? next day. ? m a i - ITT AiKsw for tub Star?The following named person* are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* in Tnt Star: Pkilarttljkia-V. B Palmer, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. JV?t? Yerfc?S. M 1'htt i if gill A. Co., Nassau s?reet. Boston?V. b I'almrr, BcoHay's Building. ILTJ?b rm?tiWii.?Our friend* and patrons ?re titled that we are now prepared to execute ?very kind of Job Pristine with despatoh and in the beat manner, at price* as low as In any other office in Washington. Job Printers arealso notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of pre**-work that oan be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, also, haa the Star otBcea Book Bindery oonneoted with Jt, eqaal In Its capacity to turn out boek binding of all descrtptUons to any otter in the District...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SrsnAv Snow Sturm No 3.?Washiag tonians were surprised on rising yesterday morning?s>me agreeably and some disagree ably?by finding the earth olad in a bran new white mantle <>f snow, in place of the rather tattered, milk and molasses colored ono she wore on Saturday night. Some rubbed their eyes, thinking it all ? confounded unpleasant dream, and addressed themselves to sleep ?gain, hoping that broad daylight would have something better in store than a third succes sive snowy Sabbath; but morning past. and noon, and evening. and .-till the flakes fell, and this morning they are 41 at it again," a? if from confirmed habit they didn t know when to st 'p S<> we in*y cxpect another sleighing carnival, and the unfortunate horses will catch it again, and the suffering poor must endure another reason of suffering and privation. A fiesh call is now made u)>on the sympathies of the charitable. There are probably five thousand p?op!c in thi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 January 1856

EVENING STAR. DREAM ON, MY 80UL Dream on. mv ?oul. dream of that better land Whenre tho.i art going ; Dream of life's silver stream o'er ths gold strand Silently flowing, Dream ?f kindred souls waiting thee there, Gone long before re; Pream of the anthems thou art to hear? Anthems of (Jlorv. Dream on, my soul ; dream of the silent ones In memory cherished: Dream of the joys and the long loved ones That with thein perished. , Dream on, my soul, dream of that bnghtei lana Whence thou art winging; Dream of the sunlight there and the angal hana Joyously singing. Dream on, my sen!. dream of that happy "tiain That shall soon greet thee: Dreain of the silent dead, and o/the angel train Flylnr to meet thee; , .. . I>ream on, my soul; dream while life s sLver string Still, still Is whole; I)rwm thou of heaven, tho' life be quivering? Dream on, iny soul. ? The connection betweenl.akc Michigan and Miaeiwipp1 river, by the Fox and Wiscon ain rivers improvement., had bees completed. |y The Ma...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 January 1856

THE EVENING STAR, r? ULI>rtf.I? tVEHT AfTKKlOHJI, <KXC?FT SUNDAY.) At l4?Ci?* ,t?T*?r of i nni Pltrtnlk M'H?, By W. D. TALLACH, Wilt be vr*M to *rilv r'.i>erB by carriers at SIX AMU A Ol'AKTER CENT?, payable weekly In the A.-enf---; paper* tervrd In perkage* at37j{ ?ent* per month. To null subscribers the aub ?rrlpttoa price In THREE COLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS d year i??J?w?,TWO DOLLARS fr *1* m?mthn, and ONB DOLLAR for three H"ritb?. for lt*s than three axuth" at the raieofj 1*K e??nU a ^ HjT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON rUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1856. NO. 921. THE W] A*[4 LY STAR, TbUeaoelleat Kb ml It and N-w* Joaraal-een fetalnfc ?|ntln *arle<y of \atrrrm\nf r?*d?pRtban eaa be found la any oCLer?U puUlebed ?? Batur day morning mat. Riflt ocpy. per aannm SI tJ to flfM Five eoplM 95 no Ten copies 6 W? Twenty copies ...19 M? L7" Cats, iiftaaiaBLt m anvanes. (CT Singleoople* (in wrapper*) nan bepmrmed at the eonnter, Immediately after the le*oe of tb paper Prtc*...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TI'ISUAY January '2'i, 1N56, \?T Agist* vok tub Star ?The following named persons art* authorized to contract lor the publication of advertisements in Tnx Stab: Philadelphia?V. B 1'almbr, northwest cot ner of Fifth ami rhextnut street*. York?S. >1. PiniituiLL A Co., Nassau stree* Boeton?V. R. Talmfr, Scollay's Building. ITT" Job PuiHTiHa.?Our friend* and patron* arc notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Frintiiio with despatch and In the best manner, at price* as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printer* arealso notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of preas-work that can be e* ecu ted on double cylinder and Adaow' power-presses. So, also, hu the Star olflow a Book Bindery connected with It, eqnul In It* capacity to turn out book binding of all deiiorlpttlon# to any other iu the IMwtrlct of Columbia. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The InteUipenetir speak- in the highest pos sible terms if the movem...

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. — 22 January 1856

[EVENING ST AH. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. TUll or the Merrie Bxchbi-or* ? This intelligent. amiable, interesting, and re uuMued brotherhood. aimounie their second , rouuion at Odd Fellow? Ha I. Navy Yard, on Thursday evening, the 24th inst. Judging ! from their fint brilliant entertainment, and trom the extensive preparations whieh have beer made for the present one. we are confi dent that -f the many gay parties of the season, tnis ?ill be tb*5 gayest Tbo mere announce ment of tht? appr-arbing festivity has sent a thrill of delight through tho maidenly hearts . f the Metropolis, which vibrates in those of the surrounding country, and a responsive I . hord has been also touched in the sterner ? carts *d the m*??*uline gender, llence, all the beaux and belles within 44 The Ten Miles I >quare. are on the tip-toe of expectation, aad the unioue invitation cards of the ' Bache lors" are failing everywhere around us, thick and stainless as the snow flakes in the midst ?d which we write. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 January 1856

EVENING STAR " Bt a^d bt."?There's music enough in those word* f'-?r the burden ol a song. There 5* wrapped up in them, an articulate beat of the human heart. Bye and bye ' e heurl it a? long ago as we can remom ber. wh^i wo made brief but perilous jour neys from ohair to table and from table to chair again. We heard it the other day. when two parted that had been 44 loving in their lives." one to Ctlifonun, and the other to her lonely borne. Everybody ?ay- it?sometime or other The Jittle bi>y whimper? It when he dreams <?f ex changing the little stubbed b?iot.? like a man. The man murmurs it, when in life's middle watch he soea his plan half finished and his lu>pes, yet in the bad, waving in the cold late *rri"K TLo eld man says it when he thinks of put ting off the mortal for the immortal?to-day -for to-morTow. The weary watch for the morning whiles ?way the dark with ?' bye and by." Sometimes it sounds like a aong ; somotimes there is a sign or a sob in it. What wouldn't...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1856

THS EVENING STAR, Ft BLI**I?KI? KVKRY A Vf FK^UUlf, (KACKI'T SUNDAY,) At i Kt bin Hutldtmgt. to*nir ?f l't+H't??**?? (tinix an 4 fcJ?v??u J*???<? FT W. D. W A LL A CTI, Wl.l ix'iHrvcd ti? U*r? by cvrteri at SI 1 AM> A tfUAK I KR CKNTS, pivabie w? ktv ?o the A;;t.?s; p;tper* wr?rd In jwiekapm dt7?# |)([|: < pci uioiiL;, To mail lutfflbcri the sub* ?rrlptl-xi prt?e!- TH KKI1' IWLLA K8 AND I1II* TY CLNTJ4 iy-aiw^w.TV, O HOLLAKH fi>T kU month'*, ?'??1 ONL 1HH.LAK for turee mouth*; for U?* tian three month* at toe rate of 1*% ?ent> a w?t* ^-y-si.vjLfc ?;omk? out CUNT. V<?,. VII. WASHINGTON, I). C.. WEDNESDAY, JANUAltY 23, 1856. NO. 922. THE WEEKLY 8TAR. Thl? etorllrrii H ?mtlT Ni*? JotinnU r#n latnlnc a ?rr?u? nrtf<| ?f interoMlng rending than OAB be found te UT o(Urt-1? f JbUahfrf cm JWnr Ujr mnrnvn* Alible ?opt, pet annam ?i fj to rim 1 1*6 Ten copl^ tWHity ccpio in IZF" Cam, tirAiuuf m hhmi. IL^ Single roplfw <la wrapper-) ru be pw*rn M at the counter, fdimedla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1856

EVENING STAK. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY Jawaary J.'i, 1M6. VJ~ Advevtisemeti* should be sanded In by 12 o e'ork, irt , otherwise they may not iippm 'until the nex day. Agksts for ihi Htab?Tbn following named persons are authorized to rontrart for the P?bli(ation <>f advertisement* in Thi ?ta? Fkiln>ltlt>kia ? V 11 Pai.skii, northwest oor ner of Finn and Chestnut streets Nfw York?t* ,\1 I'nriN<>iLL & Co .Nassau ?tre?*f Button? V U Fumrr, Sroliay's Butldkig. 117" Job Pai?T!?fo.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now pref?arod to execute ^very hind of Job Printihg w!th desj>atch and in the be*t maimer. at prl?*e as low as In any **her office In Washington Job Printers arealso notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that can be exe<Hited on double cylinder and Adam*' power-presses. ?0, also, has the S'.ir i.flirea Uouk bindery connected with It, ?]?al In its capacity to turn out book binding of all desorlpitlons to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1856

EVENING STAR. local intelligekck OMMBMMi Hi?M ? ?The Board met on Monday at the n?ual hnnr?Mr Tretler absent O S.oo.?d Wm. W^'?n.i W.ltd?Dr. H P Ho.?ni ??>?! Job" HThiid"W?rd-Dt Berry and H?r?.j Ctil tB Ft.'orth Ward-Dr. Harvey Lindsley and William O- Deale. Fifth Ward?D A. Watterson and James A ^Sixth Ward?Dr. Charles W Dnvi* and John E Bs'm Seventh Ward -Dr J. 1> Stewart and Benj. 6>. Kinsey. I>r Alexander McD. David to be Commis funer <?f Health Which nominations were confirmed, except thoxeoi D. A. Watterson and James A. Brown, which were ordered to lie on the table, for the reason that ? he law require# that one of the members of the Board from each ward shall be a physician. _ . . Tho Chair laid before the Board the report ?4 the Intendant of the Asylum for the month of December; which was referred. The bill from the Couucil to eunply deficien cies i? the appropriations for the support of the A^yluin for the years 1*54 and lH.->5 whs tak^n up. and, after some...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 January 1856

EVENING STAR. XHEY TELL US OF A CITY BRIGHT. Thev tell as there'* a city bright, Above the starry sky, And ?of n soul that dwells therein, Wa* ever k nown to cry And there, they say, the river of life Flows ever fee and dear; And on Its banks that wondrous tree. Which bears fruit all the year. '?There. ??Holy, holy Is the Lord,"' BTirsts from the angelic choir; And ransomed har|>?rs tune their harps To Kong* that uever tire. Upon his throne the Savtour sits, m A rainbow round his liea<1, And at hi* feet a placid sea Of burnlshtd gold outspread rb'j tell u* of another world, W here sin and sorrow reign. And whosoever enters it Will ever there remain. Oh, teach u* how this doom to shun, Jlow sin may be forgiven ; Mark outfor na, with faithful band, The path that leads to heaven EV The B"Ot and Shoe trade of Cincinnati, Ohio, is saiJ to amount to four millions of dol lar* annually. jy Lato account* from Council Bluff* rep Xereat venison (telling at two to four cents a pound. ry "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 January 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rUBLIIHKD KVKKY APTEKNUVN, (EXCEPT SUNDA-V.) 41 (*? Swr Butidmgs. torn** of Pmns ? and Kitv*tk Strutt By W. D. WiLLACE, Will be served to subnorlbers hy carriers ll SIX A s 1> A Cjl AKTKK CUNTS, payable weekly fc. tiie A/ents; pa pen served In packages at T ?r-a'-" per montb. To mall subscribers the sub s- r'.ptlon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FI F 1 V i;KN H* a year imndranet, TWO DOLLARS 1 * ?'x months, and O.NE DOLLAR for three ?r.<>iiib?; for 1ms than three months at the rate of 1^ cei'U * ICT" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. NO. 923. '??ftyaad Nf?t Jwnai-esn tatalng a greater variety of latarestlo* readlr.* than aaa be found la aay ocber?is published on ?atnr dayaeralac tiin. Saffle oopy, per uiu I. * to mis 5Irecopies ?6 ??? en copies e w Twenty copies w D*OiH. mvaaiasiT tn ibuiici (UT Singlecopies (in wrappers) can be peocn ed at the counter, uamedlately after fbe Issroe of tb paper Price?Tb aaa Cbiits. Posykastm* who net as agents wlR bealU-we a ooin mission...

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