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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHII6I0V CUT: THl'RIO \ Y Jaoiary U4, lWtt. |]^ Advertisements ik?M be handed in by 1? o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear mitil the nest day. Ag**ts ?o* tub Stab?The following aamed persona are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* in Tub Stab: PKiladripkin ? Y B Palms*. northweet cor ner of Fiftli and Chestaut street*. A'.w ?. M. Pkitisgill A Co., Nassau street. Bouon?V. B. PaI-Kbr, Scollay's Building. iI7" Job Pbintino.?Our friend* and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Fbintins with despatch and In the beet manner, at prices aa low as In any otner ctlice la Washington. J "to Printer* a re also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adam*' power-presses So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with eqaal In 1U capacity to turn out book binding of sll descriptions to any other in the District of Columbia. SPI...

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. — 24 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? Jood Anvir* ?In these days, when we hate Arctic weather and Siberian walking, it nitty be well to borrow the advice of a northern <*?11 temporary " Keep the feet warm and the he<id cool ' if one of the oldest and moat valu able of mcdical eoun?els The heads of the ladies are 1 ik? ly to be cool enough, if we take the site of th lir bonnets into consideration?, but their feet cannot be kept either warm or dry w*'th such apologies for shoe* <or bigots as they wear Nor is it a sufficient answer to al lude to India rubber over-shoes?for these, when loose. admit the water every time they ?? r?*3 a street, when tight, they confine the perspiration induced by walking, which, the moment they sit down in a parlor or a lecture r->m. congeal* and makes the feet, and through that, the whole system, as uncomfort able as though the India rubber were filled with sn?w water. And India rubber* worn upon a -leigh-ndo are the coldest thing im aginable. I...

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. — 24 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WOMAN1! RIGHTS The Boston CMfvs Branch, glv? the following stanzas. which happily hit off that predominating folly, evidencing itself In the absurdity aad wil fulness eften displayed by what are called the strong-minded women of the age : ?'Why, Billy' what ails you to-day ? Your face Is as black as my boot, Your collar is every way, And your apron'* the color of soot; Y our hair's like a tuft of dried grabs. And your stockings right side to the wind. You look like a poor orphan, alas! Your mamma 1s quit* busy. 1 And ." "My ma nr. in** gone off in the cars, To complain of those tyrants, the men? My papa Is Just washing the Jars, And the baby Ht ervlng again ! 1 hain't bad any breakfast to day, Por the cook has gode off In a pet, Ail the mlik I* ?*? sour as whey, And the milking is never done yet: e ?' Papa's growing wonderful cross. For he can't get the baby to sleep, Arid the chlrken* aiat fed. sor the boss. And there's no one to bake or to sweep ; Do you think my mam...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1856

PC BLISHED EVERY AFTKHNOOH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 144 Stt Buildimft, i*rair of Ptnmjflvmmi* ?? *J #. ?*> r a ip ?*<?M >?4 kltv*tk strut, By W. D. WALLACM, W1U beatrved to snbscrlbrra by carriers at SI & AND A qUAKTU GUN I'M, payable weekly to the Agent*; papers nenred In packa^ea at J7){ ?e?iu per m??nth. To uull ?nb?crlber? the anb ? rlptloa price la THREE DOLLARS AND UK TV CENTS a yeartmmdramet, TWO DOLLARS f<>r tlx month*, and ONE 1HJLLAK for three iftontts; for lea* than three month* at the rate of l.'Ji ivuts a wpt-k. |tT?lN?LE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C A FRIDAY. JANUARY 25, 1856. 4 talaiaci ana be to **T aaon THE WJKKKLT STAR. ..-ut New. randlnf than l OX.IMMI .?1 ? la say ? w wv. KtvaeopU* Wfn QOp)fll?aa ??f>?44#a ?aMt?4a?4?ftma? ^ Twenty ooptea Ift w IDT Ca.h, mniuKi m utoib. Singlerrpi#?(tBwmppee>c*e beprorned papw. TrtoK-TuiiCiiri. foav M a ay na? who ant na ag?H will be allewe a commlaalon of twenty pw oeM. omcuk TaBABOEf Dxpartmim...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W18HII0T0V CITY: FRIDAY Jaaaary 96, INS. |fT Ail vert laemenls should be handed In by 1* o'clock, ai.) otherwise they may not appear mi til the neat day. 117" AttBHTl voa 1KB 8tab.?The following named persona are authorised to contract foe the publication of adwsrttoetnents In Th* Stab: Phtlti(Ulf>kia?V B Pal bib, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. >??? Vert??. M Pbttmoill * Co., Nassau Bosto*?\. B. Palkbb, Bcollay's BnUdlng. Job Pbihtiho?Our friends and patrons are notuted that we ara now prepared to execute every klad of Job Pbi*iib? with despatch and In the beat manner, at prices aa low aa In any atfcst office in W ashington. Job Printers arealso notlAed that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that oaa be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. Bo, also, has the Star oAce a Book Bindery oooaeeted with U, equal In Us capacity to turn out book binding of all deer ript tloas to any other In the Dietriot of Columbia ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 January 1856

EVENjNG STAR. ~ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Prof Cbacb's Lbctcrb?Prof. George J. Chace, of Brown University, lectured at the Smithsonian Institution on Wednesday night, on " Chemistry as applied to the Art* " The lecturer commenced by alluding to his unac customed position before an unaccustomed audience, having left the retirement of a Pro fessor's recitation room and the quiet duties of a Professor's chair in a distant college, to lecture on a subject generally unpopular. " I come not." he continued, "to present you the flowers of literature or the thrilling reminiscences of history Nor do I intend to <peak of the philosophy of mind. My theme id matter? lower, indeed, in the scale of con sideration than mind, but necessary to its de ?elopement and application. What is matter? This is a question easier asked than answered We see matter, feel it, taste it, tread upon it; but are not able to give it a definition. Phil osophers have thought that it was resolvable into infinitely small atom...

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. — 25 January 1856

EVENING STAR. On t?i Waoaa Tuack.?The New Haven Palladium relate* an incident which it stales oocured on the western road, near Worcester, several years since An old man had been in town on business, and imbibed pretty freelj, was returning homo in the evening, in hie wagon, and, losing his reckoning, permitted his b.-rse to take the railroad track. Jogging along leisurely, it was not loug before a train of cars overtook him, and, the locomotive striking the wagon, sent the old man ''fluking," ana killed the without, however, injuring the man Tne train was stopped, and the conductor return ed to ascertain the damage As he applOMl ?d the aoene of the acoident, he inquired ol the old man if he was much hurt. ?'Hurt?" he replied, "no; but 1 d like to know what in thunder you are running your blasted old ears on the turnpike for ? A Kawa TaeT?Simeon Draper, of New York, was dining the other day at Congress Hall, ia Albany, where the butter happened to be particularly rank. " Here, John,...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 January 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rrtLIIHKD EVERT AFTERNOOH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) j t ti$ Stmr Bmildtmcs. ?/ mism ?Ki kitt>4*tk Jlnil, By W. D. WALLACE, Wfll bemvl tc subacr'bera by carrier* it 81X AND A qUARTER CENTS, pnvablo weekly ?o the Agenta; paper* wrwd hi package* at 17# Kota pn month. To mill aubwrlbera the aub ?ciiption price U THRKK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CBNT?l DOLLARS for all months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of Jt% cmtsa weefc |?7-SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON SATURDAY. JANUARY 26, 1856. NO. 925. TEE WEEKLY STAR. Vhl? excellent Family and New* Jeeraal- < ??. ? Rwatrr variety of lelewtlnf *eadln? ?ha? <*n be fouad ta ary other?la publish*** oo ftafc.r lav naorclAg tIMM. SU*le eepy. per uiim ?i t\ *? cim. ^ ^^oplsa..??*?*???????????????#???..?9 an It; opplei............... S ih /^rntv copies.??????????????????????????? ? ? Id ta* IT7* Caaa, xiita*ia?it in iif&ata. IT Single copies (In waapperm caa be preen,** at the ?ouato...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATCRDAV Jannary 3?, IW?. ([71 AdvertWrnrnto should be handed In by IS o'clock, in , otherwise they may not appeal utxtil th? next day. |?7" Awihts for thi Star ? TLe following named person* are authorised to contract for the publication of advertisement* In Th? Stab: Pkila<uipk,a _ v B Palmer, northwest cor ner of F ifth and Chestnut atreeU. Ntw V#f*-s M. Psttinotll A Co., Nassau ?treet. Boston?V. B PiiMia, Bcollay's Building. ITT* Job pRiNVine.?Oiu friends and patrons are notified that we ara now prepared to execute ?very hind of Jos Pa mi True with despatch and In the beat manner, at price* u low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printers arsalno notified that we are prepared to do every descrip lion of preM work that ean be eaeonted on double cylinder and Adam*' power-prasses. Bo, also, has the Stmt offices Book Bindery conneoted with 9t, equal In its rapaoity to torn out book binding of sll dewrHpttlons to any other In the IMatrict of C...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 January 1856

KVKNING STAR. LOCAL IMELLIGENOE. Too Smart kob '?*.?A number of oar fel low citizen.', owners of fine horses, tempted by the unu?Mally Rood sleighing existing nearly three weeks p-ut in this region, have gradu ally got intu the h?bit of spending an hour each afternoon in showing off the paces of their animals aj'"n Pennsylvania avenue, the finest courso in the universe for such a display; barring the fact that females and children must necessarily crow if, tne while. Our city's police, in accordance with their very plain duty, arrested more or less of thein yesterday morning under the Corporation ordinance empowering any magistrate to impose a fine of not let* than five dollars for fast driving in our public streets. Some twenty citisens were duly hauled up under this provision of the Corporation laws, nearly all of whom were perrons who could not have been temptod to violate a law under any other circum stances than just such a time for the snort of sleighing, as the present. Among...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 January 1856

EVENING STAR. THE BROTHERHOOD ITU HXCLAim BIKD. Look around thee, there are other* On the earth, b'Mde thyael'; Thy heart tells ?h?e they are brother*. Though unble*t with friends or pelf Poor and weak, depraved, Imbruted, Of one Father are we all; Thou like them, with heart polluted, Feel'st the evils of the fall By the blood-swral and th? anguish, And the suffering* on the tree, They were ransomed though they languish In their life long misery Why then in thy heart degrade them ? All ha Ye blood and soul the same, And the mighty God who made them Knows the meanest by his name Go forth, then, with h-art all tender, And let love attend thy voice, To tee friendless succor render, Make earth's sighing ones rejoice. With thy strong right arm upoearing Those too weak to stand alone; Bid hope shine oa the despairing, And to bread dare turn the stone. Oh ' the heart hath wondrous power' And a sigh may have a soul, And the timely word's a tower, And a touch the sick makes whole. Touch with...

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. — 28 January 1856

THE EVENING STAB, ri'M:.|IMU> kVKHr AFTFH5IOUN. (F.XOBPT CUNMAV,) It i4? Nta* Hutl-ltngr. eo*n?r M??k( a .J By W. D. V&LL&Cfl, K7 >1 b?'.< tit ?TitiM-rtlier* b? carrier* at HI X ANi? A qUAKTKK CKMTH, payable weekly I/' tLe A^eat*; pupen ?crYnl la at -'17 ^ *-nu |~-r luouiii. To mall Ibe sub ? rtptloa price la THRtl IMM.I.AKS AND FlF li DOLLARS f. r sir mouth#, ind OMK iMD.LAK for thre? ?wrr.fu f.?r tfcan tbr?? ramtb* at the rate I ?!*( ronN n ?f-k. tMiPIKS ONE CKNf. VOL. V1L WASHINGTON * ? MONDAY. JANUARY 28, 185G. NO. 926. f I ?? \ Tkta nteUMt Kaolly u>4 N#n ? talala* a nmUr variety of lBUre?Ung miln than ?u be found la aay other?ta pubftahe* on Batur Aay montla* tun. !*a*le ??P?i .?! * to nna. , Phraooptea ?' ?4? TPB OopiM ? ? ???????oa a??ao???????? a ???????? ? W Twenty ooptea w UT* Oaai, IKTilUIlT m 4BT4HC1 singlecoptea (In wrapper^ oaa baprora od at the counter. Immediately aflar tbe taauaaf ati paper Prtea?Ymaaa C?w*a. PoamaaTaa* who act aaa<r?mta wtli ...

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. — 28 January 1856

EVENING STAR. VAIHIH0TOI CITY: MONDAY Juitry as, ISO#. Advertisements 1bould be banded In bf IS o'clock, m , otbervrfoe tbey may not appear until the next day. 1QT Asmti FOE turn *TA? ?The following um?i) persons ace authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements In Til* Htae : Pktlaiitlfkfi ? V. B Patn*a, northweet cor ner of Fifth ami Ctaotnnt streets. N** York?* M. Pxttiwojll A Co., Nassau street. ? > ? Botton?V. B. Pai.*??, Bcollay's BuMding. JCT Jo? PaiNTUia.?Our friend* and patron* are nottaed that we ere now prepared to execute every bind of Joi Punti*? with despatch and la the beet manner, at piioee as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printer* are also notified tbat we are prepared to do every descrip tion of prasa-work that can be executed on double cylinder sad Adams' power-prenses 80, also, has tbeSMroftrea Book Bindery connected with It, eqaal in It* capacity to turn out book binding of all descripttions to any otber In the District of Colum...

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. — 28 January 1856

EVENING STAK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ' Thk Bloorri.'' at Tbmikraxcb Hall. Dr Sayer made her appearance as a lecturer on Saturday n'cht before a large audience It jcera* to be a put of the pnt^nramn < f all performance* at Tcmperan<'C Hall that the gas cither goes entirely out at the start; or burns in a feelde flickering way, scarce making darkness visible; and the audience was not disappointed on this occasion, lwo tallow candles?forty to the pound?were substituted, and ?>y these tho Doctor endeavored to read her lectoro. She must have had string eyes, as wjl as a strong mind to m.tmge it. However, ale took it very coolly, going on awhile with hor lecture, and then stopping to snuff a can dle. but by the time one was attended to, the snuff on the other had grown about an inch and a half long, and 80 there was plenty to do. Slie remarked that if her lecture was no better than the gas. the audience were not likely to be much edified. There wh? much curiosity to see the Doctor. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 January 1856

EVENING STAR PBAYKR. BT WILLIAM B1CKTORD* Like the low murmur of a aecret stream, Which through dark aiders takes It* shaded way, My suppliant voire Is heard. Ah. do not deein That on Tain toys my life la thrown away In the rer.ussrw a1 the lonely Tale, On the wild mountain, on the verdant ?od, W here the f r*sh breeies of the mons peeyall. 1 wander lonely, commnnlng with God. When the faint atcknees of a wounded heart, Creeps In <v?l? rbudderlngs through my "ina log frame, _ Wilt thou, to in* that sacred peac* Impart, Which soothes the invokers of thin* awrui name. O ! all creating Spirit, sacred h am ! Parent of life and light, supernal Power 6niat m?, through obvtotii cloudi, one transient (1MB Of thjr bright essence In my dying hour Th? Loybd Lost ?Like the dew that it absorbed from the the floweis. they will not return to iu; but like the flowers themselves, we will die. yet only to bloom again in the Eden above. Then those whom the heavens hAve absorbed and removed from us,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 January 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rrBLI?ULU EVERY ArTLHlOU]!, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt Star Bmldiuf j, ecrmtr of Ft+mfl ?tixiu i*J Eltvinik Strut, By W. D. WAtlACa, Will beaerr-d to tul*crlbtr* bv carrier* at S1JL AND A <4.CARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?nthe Agent?; pap^r* aerred In packagt* at37)| ?ent* pet month To nwll robw-rlbeta the rob acrlptloa price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a pear imadvenes, TWO DOLLARS for fix month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; tot leas than three months at the rate tf IJ,% cot9 a week. |?7" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., THX WEEKLY ST AIL ? ' VUietMUat PunllTni Newa Jonraai? pen *tal?g a greater variety of InteteetlBf r?dtnr than ?u be fbiuU la any other?U pobHebei 6t Satnr 4?T mornlaa tltll. SUurle acp?, per una ?1 M I H fl?M Fl?e oopiea Tea coplea Twenty copies ETCabb, ihtakiablt ip aaeaaea. 1?T Single copies (la wrapper*) naa be pi at the counter immediately after tee laeiM paper. Price? Tanaa Caara. PoiTMiiini who act aaagenta wil...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHIHOTOI CUT: Tl'ESDAY January 29, 1M6. |[T Advertisements should be handed in by 12 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the neat day. |?T Aei??Ts roa thi Star ?The following nanied persons are authovixed to contract for the publication of advertisements In Tub Stab : Philadelphia?V. B Palmbb, northwest cor ner cf Fifth and Chestnut street*. Yfk?8. If Pbttinoill A Co., Nassau ?tract. Boston?V. B. Palmbu, 8c oil ay'? BalMlf. Iff Job PaiWTiao.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every Mod of Joa Pbintiro with despatch and In the beat manner, at prioes aa low a* In any other office In Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of presa-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-pressee. Bo, also, has the 8 fromcaa Book Bindery connected with It, equal in Its capacity to turn out book binding of all deacrtptlions to any other In the District of Columbia. SP...

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. — 29 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. OCKClL PROCEEDING*.?Board of Alder *nen.?The Board was called to order at the u-ual boor; President Clarke In the chair The reading of the proceedings were dispensed -with. A communication wai received from the Mayor. transmitting a letter from Gustavn* Ober, esecutor of the estate of Stephen J. Ober, communicating information that by the ?will of the deceased the sum of five hundred dollars has been donated fc-r the use and ben ?fit of the poor of Washington; but the be ?ueot it so indefinite that the executor it in doubt how the funds can be appropriated le gally; but being anxious to comply with the bequest, he offers to invest the amount per manently, the income to be appropriated an nually, tn the purchase of wood for the poor, provided he can be secured against loss, by the city. The Mayor recommends that authority be given to receive the bequest, and that power be conferred to secure the executor against Joss in it* payment to the corporation...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 January 1856

EVENING STAR. [?0R THE UAI. PARLIAMENTARY ST (TUHBr M QrULEHIAO. A Congress conven d at th? Capitol on* day, And expected, u Congresses do 1 d sty. At once to elect a Speaker ; But at chance would have It, the effort flailed. As thro' tev'n long w-cks it tediously sailed? With prospects growing weaker Now, the carftte, 't'a said, of thla obfuscatlon? This abortive elf ?rt at an organization, W^s a very Kirn pie c?u?e,? That every man who hither had e?me Himself wisbed tob? the Speaker?sona^, More than to make the laws There waa Banks, and Fuller, aad Pennington ; Mace. Dunn and Cohb, and Richardson, And others, a score, at least; Vwm large. and some potatoes amall, Aa ever aat I n Congressional Hal, Anxious for tkt Speaker's sent. "Tla easily seen why auch lengthy atrlfe Was waged?why desire waa so rife To shed a Sp?Uer s ray, Because, all should, If they do not know, That Congress, as other men, like to throw Por sixteen dollars a day. Thus, for now eight long weeks, and more, The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 January 1856

THE EVENING STAR, FCILUIU0 AVERT AFTtRHOOB, (KXCKPr SUNDAY,) 41 111 Stmt RntlMtmgs, cormt #/ Pi??ffliMU **tl bitrtmtk itrttt, ?7 W. D. ff ALLACM, will be *tf(d lOHknlfeai by carrier* at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?o the Amenta; paper* ?erre.! In pecka^** *137# ?rata pec month. To mall aubaorlbers the ?oh arrlptlon prtoela THRfcK DOLLARS ANi> FIF TY CENTS a year in<utvmmr$, TWO DOLLARS for ati months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for leaa than three month* at the rate of 14# oentii a week. lETSlNCLE COPIES ONE CENT. ?J j? OOpl?V .*#???? e ?????? e ??????? e ?*???????? e " ? Twenty U ? Q~T Caam, invaaiatLT m uhmi. CT Single oeptee (In Bif > li? a? bepteemei at the oounter. Immediately altar the Umm of ?h paper Prtoe?Tim Caara. PoiTliirili who act asaxenU will keaUowa ? commlMlon of tweotjr per oe?i. WASHINGTON, L). C.. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1856. BOOK AID JOB PRINTING. THOMAS McOILL, SUCCESSOR TO THE Arm of Klrkwood A, Mr QUI respectfully an nounces thai ke ...

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