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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 January 1856

EVENING STAR. W ilHIlCITOl CITY: WEDNESDAY Janaary 30, IBM* fT? AdT?it*n*nts should be banded In by 12 o'clock, m , >??b^rwi?* they may uot appear until tba next day. if}" A?m? roa tub t*T*n ?Tbe following named p? m aathorizrd to contract fc* the pobllcattoa of ad*rr?9eii*nts in Th* 8xa?: PktlaJrIpkim?V B Palms*, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut street*. Ntw York?8. M ParrmoiLi. A Co., Nassau Boston?V B. Palms*, Bcotlay* Butfcling. CO- Jea PiiNTiaa ?Onr friends and patron* are notified that we are now prepared to execute every Mad of Job PaiHTKie with despatch and la the best manner, at prices as low as 1a any other odes in Washington Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that eaa be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. Bo, also, has the Stmt oAcea Book Bindery connected with It, equal la Its capacity to torn out booh blading of sll descriptions to any other in Uje District of 8PI1IT OT THE MOHVIirO PKE...

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. — 30 January 1856

EVEN 1N(j STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tie Cujimok Council met od M nday at the owftl hour. Mr- Walker presented the petition of Charles Lyons and others, praying that a footway and curbstone may he placed in front of square* W4, 535, and 536; referred The President laid before the Board the re port of the Intcndant of the Washington Asylum for the month of December; referred. Also, a communication from the Mayor, spring his reasons for withholding his assent to the bill for the relief of Wm Mocaboy, Jos. ! B. Stanley, and Edward A. Thomas; which faavmg been read, the question was put, Shall the bill pass notwithstanding the ob jections of the Mayor?" and the yeas and nays being demanded thereon, it was decided a# follows: Yeas?Mossr-. At Lee, Baldwin, Bayne, Boh layer, Fuller, Jefferson. Peters, Pumphrey, Ruff, Tow lea, Turton, Vcnable, and Walker ?13. Naya?Messrs. Abert, Ball, Fisher, Lloyd, McCntihen, Orme, and Clement*, (President) So the bill was rejected, two thirds not hav ing r...

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. — 30 January 1856

EVENING star. FILL IIP THE CTJP. Fill tip the cnp of hnmin bllaa. And let 1U brim with toasts be crowned, A ad while iu beaded troth we kiss, oh, let ti? p?*8 bliss cup round ' The scale* of justice '?Mar they wei*h In bilanee fair the people a causc, Until we measure out the day By equal rights and equal laws. The light of truth '?Oh, may it shlue On palace gate and cottage door. Until It makes all souls divine, And trte^n earth sunny more and more: The ring of lore '?Oh, may It wed. Not only loving heart and heart, But distant shores to one great head. Until tAere is no foreign part! Then All the cup of human blias, And let its brim with toasts be crowned, And while Its )>eaded froth we klm. Oh let us pass the bll*e?cup round ! fy A oouple of colored gentlemen got into a wrangle on Wednesdoy and fought for thir ty two hoars, and all because a violin in the next alley invited theoi to never give it up ?o Had the fiddler not broke down, it is more than probable that they would ha...

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. — 31 January 1856

THE EVENING STAR, riBLISHKU EVKKf AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At Ik4 &<?* BmUtrngs. iWMf of P?n?Sfl9*m*? ?m?? Md EUvtntk strut. By W. D. W ALL ACH, WUl bf *rw?l to subscribers by carrlrr* at PI A A"tl? A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tte Aleuts; p-iper* served la packages at J7j| fnalji per month To null subscribers the sub part ptlon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND F1F f V CENTS lymr is <i4r?sM,TWO DOLLARS fnr sti months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oath*; for lews than three months at the rate of I'.y rents a week. (^SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON * THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, 1856. NO. 929. THE WEEKLY STAR. This exodient Family and N talalnga sas be found la nay tag than T H>flecopy, per to m >?**?????????! ?1 Tea copies " _ *,*"**. 8 *o Twenty copies .....U lv CT Cats, inraaiaati in anvaaca. (17 Single copies (In wrapper*) caa be pcocnted at the oonnter. immediately after the lasosof tfc paper. Price?Tanra Can re. PosTHASTia* who act as agents win a commissio...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 January 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: THURSDAY January 31, 19*6. H7* Advertisement# should be handed in by 13 o'clock, m. , otherwise ihey may not appear until the neat day. ID" Aesnrs roa thi Stab?The following named persons are authorized to con trie t for the piiiilii at ion of advertUernanu in Taa Stab: Pk*l<id*ivhia?V B Palhib, nerthweat cor ner of Fifth and Cbe?U*ot street*. <V?w Yvrk?S. M. PxTTiaeiLl. A Co.,>iasaau Boston? V B. PaLmib, Scotlay*! Building. \?jr Jos PatNTiKG.?Oar Mends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pbihtiho with despatch and la the beat manner, at prices aa low aa la any other office in Washington. Job Printers are also aotlled that wo are prepared to do every deecrlp tloa of press-work that emm be executed on double cylinder aad Adams' power-presses. Bo, also, has the 8tt office a Book Bindery connected with It, equal la its oapaclty to turn out book binding of aU description* to any other In the District of C...

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. — 31 January 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tan Race?Pennsylvania avenue was thd cene of several exciting race# yesterday af n<~>o, greatly to the amusement of hundred* of sj?ectator*. Every one who could hire or fcorrow a sleigh vu oat, lonning a gay cor tege in the wake of the faster nag*. while pedestrian* enjoyed the scone from the side walk. and bright eye* gaied from tho win dowe. The great attraction was the teams of <<iiM gentlemen from the Monumental city, who came hero to enjoy the sport on the Metro politan cour?e. Amone the-e. we noticed W. McDonald. Esq , with his fine pair of bnys, Felix and "Honest John," tandem, and making their mile inside of three minutes with ea*-e ; William Burns, Esq., whose grey horse ' Pilot" made bis mile in 2 36 ; and Thomas She] hard, Esn , who drove Mr. McDonald's "Hartford Colt" and "Joe" at a three mit ?ute gait. All these are splendid animals, of which their owners are justly proud, but it was thought they were at least equalled in po...

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. — 31 January 1856

EVENING STAR. THE DYIWG OTRL. IT BD HA COBA. >Tls growing dark, my mother. So very dark to night, Oh, tell me now the reason, I cannot tee the light * Am I growing blind, mother, And nearer more mint see ' If not?oh ! then, my mother. What can the reaacn be * Speak louder, sweet mother dear, And tell me now I prmjr. If 1 no more shall hear The gentle word* yoe say ' Ohtell me quickly, mother. If I no mor* may greet That voloe of thine, dear mother 80 kind and ever sweet. Oh ' why am I growing cold ' | un ?o chilly now ? Th** perspiration, mother, Is gathering on my br?w. Fold me to thy breast, mother, And warm my thiebbing heart, For something " whispering ma, That rou im I mutt part. Ob ' tell me quickly, mother, For I am losing breath, And clasp me closer, mother ; Now tell me, la this death ? Oh ' do not weep, sweet mother, For see, 1 am not blind. A bright and glorious light la breaking on my mind. The light la dazzling, mother, The music load and clear , I an now no longer c...

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

THE EVENING STAB, riBLlSHKD EVEUST AKTEMUO.I, (KACKTT SUNDAY,) At tkt 9tmr Bmtldtmgs, tetnar of f if Mia ?????? a%d kitttmtk tir?$I, By W. D. WALLACH, Will b??er??>d to snbacrlberw by carrier* at S1A AM> A qiARTKR CENTS, pavabl* wWkJT ?o the Amenta; papers arivfd In pa< ka^m at 37)f aenta per month. To mail aubttoribera the sub scription prtrela Til RbE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CKNT??prw?<?MW,TWU DOLLARS for tlx months, an4 ONE DOLLAR for three month-, for i?s* than three months at the rate of lij| rent* a wwt. fDT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON NO. 930. THE WEEKLY STAB. Thla excellent Family and Newa Josraal?can talaln* a greata variety of lateraattnf r?Alfifl thaa ui be found la aay ~bTT U pibnrtr* oa Aatar - day tnarnla* f llll ???>? P* aaantm ..01 U ?? nna. Flee copter m Tea ooplea S ? Twenty copies... ? CIT Ca??, utvaaiaiL? m aavaaca. IZT" Singlecop4?a(la wrappers) can be preen < ad at the counter. Immediately after the lmat th paper. Prloe?T?a*a Cbwts...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTOI CITY: FKIDAT February 1, 1?*?. {JT* AdvrrMaementa should be banded in by 13 o'clock, m , otberwlae they may not appear until the next day. |IT" Asinii roR TBI t*TAK ? The following named pereona are authorised to contract foe the publication of ad vrrti semen ta In Tbs 8tab : Pkilad4lpkia-V B Palmbs, northwe?t cor ner of Fifth and CheatMt atwt* ,V?w York?3. *1. Pbttmwill A Co., Nassau Boston?V. B PiiMta, Scoilay'a Building. U7" Job PaiitTiao.?Our Mends and pa Irons are notified that we are now prepared to e>ecute every bind of Joa Pbintins with deapatch and la the beet manner, at prtcea aa low aa In any other eAce in Wanhlngton Job Printer! are also nocifed that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of preea-work that ean be enectHM on double cylinder and Adams' power-pieaaea. So, also, haatbeffMroAcea Book Bindery connected with it, eqnal in ita capacity to turn out book blnd'ng of all deecHpttlona to any other in the District of Columbia. SPIRIT 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. — 1 February 1856

? EVENING STAR. I LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thk 8lbimii0 ?The notification of the Chief of Police, published yesterday in the i deemed to check the sport ou the avenue, which. f?>r some weeks. has been enjoyed al most daily hy thousand.-of our citizens of both sexe*?f r the ladies crowded down upon the ?treet. and stretched their graceful necks out . rer the curb stones, bending their brilliant, if not soft tjtf. as eagerly up or down the avenae an the goers might be streaking, a? did the men and boy*, who, more excited, lined the middle off the street at the hour when the fast ones wore cipectcd to show off their pace* Th? Baltimore horses were taken home yesterday afternoon, having been beaten acconimg to the estimate of the Washingto cians. who may, by the bye. havo been some what too partial to home, in forming this judg ment ) The truth is. the gentlemen from Baltimore dr^ve their horses over here (forty miles) at a spanking pace, alter some three weeks of con stant and killing sl...

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 February 1856

EVENING STAR. BLACE EYES. ST WILLI* ID6A1 TABOR. Blue eyes are very lovely? Blue eye* are soft and sweet, So witching and so tender W ben kindred eves 'bey greet; The* steal like notes of music Neath evenlag's ?ab!e pall. Within the spirit's chsmber. As sweet as love's light call But eve* of raven color Have svbll holdrn me ? And from their sparkling feature* I weave mv poesy I own their falrv niaijlc. Admit their mv*M< thrall ? rinev *bro<id me In tbelr robing As pure a* angel'* pall Black eye* first *ef me rhyming Black eyes still feed the tire? Adding lmpa**ioned fuel Unto the heart * desire And ever *hall my tribute? The finest of love's emprlze, Be paid in mlnstrsl homage At the shrine of br'ght black Eyes. A For pibr'* Honor.?In an old newspaper printed soon after the close of the revolution, we find the following singular statement "During the mveh of a detachment of the American army, through New Jersey, in the late war, a silver spoon was found missing in a house wher...

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 February 1856

THE EVENING STAB, ri'hli*HKL? evkky AKTEMP'OUS, (BXCKPT SUNDAY,) At tk* Sf eotMtr of L mmhi I'ltrtntk tlrtl*, *y W. D. WALIACH, Will bemvnd to viV-arrlber* by ranlun at f?l \ 4ND A V(uakter CENTS, payable l*> the Aicntu; p*[M>rn nerved In pn< knffpo at3?)j #-*n'* p*r month. To mail *jjbs.'nber* the *ub e-riptlon price Is I'HH EE DOLLARS AND FIF TY cents ifmr?ft<rMK?,TWll DOLLAR!* ft* Mi month.-, nnd onk DOLLAR for three month*; for Ic?? than three month* it the rate of rent* a w*vk. \zr SINGLE copies one cent. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, I). U, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1856. NO. 931 THE WEEKLY STAR. 9feUeie?4i<*< Family aft* N'?w* Joarrnl^rm ? prr+\m variety "f letrftwtteg readme than win b* *otiod im tny <ther?la pcfcll?h?4 e? Petur 4a? Bjorn^Pf *nu. cept. pei ?arum .....91 * ?? run. n?t?ept? Ten copies S ?* Twen:> c*pta? U *> 117" IRftlitlLT IK ilTiHCB. Slnplce-ople* (In wrapper*) ran beproro *d at the counter.'.minodlaMy after the la?ue of th paper Price?Th*?* C...

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. — 2 February 1856

EVENING STAR.I WASHINGTON CITY: ?ATl'RDAY February 3, INC. UT Ad vert teen i*i it* should be handed in by 12 o'clock, ni , otberwi?e they may not appear uzHil the next day. IO"Aoijiiii for tvi Htar ?The fallowing named per?on# *re authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* In The Stab: FkilaH*lpHi<i-V B Palmer, northwest cor ner of Fifth an?i Cbe*tnut streets. N*w York?*. M. Pkttihgill A Co., Namau street. Assies?V. B Palmkr, Skollay's Building. 1X7* Joe Priwtino.?Our friends and patrons Ere notified that we are now prepared to execute every bind of Job Printing with despatch and In the beat manner, at prkee 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 oan be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-peases. So, also, has tbe Star offices Book Bindery connected with It, equal In Its capaolty to turn out book binding of all desert pttlon* to any other In tbe Dlsttlc...

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 February 1856

EVENING ST Alt. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Sevp*th Vaid Ball k<?r the Benefit <?r the Plh>r ?We would call the particular at tention of our citlseus to this hall which comes off at Island Hall on Tuesday evening, Feb ruary ^th The managers have done every thirg iu their power to make it a successful affair, and tho?n? who attend will haw the double satisfaction of a line evening's enjoy ment. ami of having contributed something towards mitigating the sufferings of the needy. The managers by their generous individual contribution- of five dollars cach, have demon strated with what earnestness they have entered upon their work, and they should be met by a like spirit upon the part of the citi te?? at lance- it is to be hoped that allclose fisted mortals who generally interpose "con scientious scruples" when asked to contribute to charity balls, will kindly forego their scru idos on this occasion, in consideration of the nenevolent object of this ball and of the urgent need of just s...

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. — 2 February 1856

EVENING STAR MEMORIES OF YOUTH m BT HEIfRT I. OER The memories of my by-gone youth, Hew happy and how gay; When mirth, and Innocence, and truth, Sprang budding In my wav, When bird* *ang tweeter none* than now, And flower* wer?- far more fair, When smiles were wreathing every brow. In mockery of care. The brooklft* rang with music then, With song* that *eem to bless; And ev'ry hill, and d*le, and glen, Was cloth'd in loveliness The heart, enchanted, would not rove Ftorn scenes ?o purely bright, But trilled, like nl?ht birdsTn the grove, A tune cf soft delight. How chang'd is now the fairy view, riy boyhood loved In vain ' The sweet delusions fancy drew Are blurred by toil and pain. The bow of Hope, that spann'd my sky, Ha* faded from the si^nt; The change* taught that youth i? nigh To sorrow?day to night! Ah' well such changes grave on Life, A lesson sad, but wise; Thsy bid the soul, from fiercest strife, In majesty arise. They bid her seek the trodden way*. And brave the storm-clou...

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 February 1856

THE EVENING STAR, ri'BLlMlKD KVKKY AhTKKSdO.I. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 ik< Star (?nif cf ???*?? ant Ki*ttmth strut. ly W. D. WALLAC3, Wlli beiwwl to subscribers by carrier* at SIX AND A WlAKiKK CENTS, payable week!y U> the Ajfert?; paper* nerr<H !n fwrki^ps at 37# ?*nt* per month. To mall ?ubacrlbers the ?ub ?crlpclon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND F1F tY CENTS a year imndvanct, TWO DOLLARS Cut six mouth*, ea?l ONE DOLLAR for time ?tontus; for le?s toaa three month* *t the rate of |:# rent* a wrr* Kjr SINti LE COPIES ONE CENT. (8 b m ng VOL. VII. WASHI1NGT0N. D. C.. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 185a NO. 932. THE WEEKLY STAR. Vhli eiotlleat Pmlly and NMra J? lidM ? gieaier raMety ef IntewttM be found la aay other?U pubTlahed oe Satur day ?ornlan nut. Ragle oopy, pet aaaun M ?> <J to ftm. PlTeoeplea jr. ro Ten copies s ttf Twenty copies ???..II Ml C^CatH, ihuiuht t? anvanoa Single coplw (In wrapper^) ~aa be proon ad at the counter, immediately after the laaoeot tfa paper Price?Th*i* Cb?...

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 February 1856

mii ri1 * gfwr EVENING-star. VASlIieTOl CITT: MONDAY 4, 1956. Advertisements should be handed In by 12 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. |f i* AfttHTi toa tbb 8ta? ?Tbe following named persons are authorized to contract foi tbe publication of advertisements in Th* Stab: Philadelphia?\. B Falmi?, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut street*. AVw York??. M. Fbtt??iU* Co.,NUW" st/^t Bouon?V. B Falmbb, Scollay's Building Joa Fhihtij*??Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Fbintino with despatch and Id tbe beat manner, at prices as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printers arealso not;ied that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that ran be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-praises. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with It, eqaal In its capacity to turn out book binding oT all desert pttlons to any other In the District of Columbia. m SPIRI...

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 February 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Police Istellise*' e ?In consequence of a telegraphic dispatch received by Capt Da vit. Chief of Police, yestarday. a P*rty of travellers from the South were arrested as they were about leaving for Baltimore, by Officers Davis, Handy, Allen. Boss, and Mar tin, on charge of having robbed a fellow pas senger of two trunks and a carpet bag at Rich mond The despatch was from the city of Richmond and was sent by the gentleman who claimed to have been robbed, and whose name is Captain McDonald, of the ship uAm bassador,'' now lying at New Orleans The bag*a?fe described by Capt. McDonald in bis dispatch was found upon the parties ar rested . but on the examination before Justice Hollicgshcad tnere appeared no proof of crim inal intention unon the part of those arrested It appeared rather, that they had been acting as his friends in the matter, in attending to bis baggage when he had accidentally misled the train on his way from Richmond after it been check...

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

EVENING STAR. 1 THE LITTLE LANE " There'* a little lane, a shady lane, Where the iweeteet violets , There's a little cot, where Mary dwells, Bnt I shan't say where?oh, no' There are two bright eyes In that shady lano Bright as Heaven's own perfect blue; There's the loveliest form e'er nature made. But I shan't say where to you There's a little heart In that 9hadv lane, True as Heaven, I trust, to me ; There are little feet In that shady lane That would glad your eyes to see There's a lltt'e voice in that shady lane Like tlat of the turtle dove; Or like tit' voice of an angel sweet, When telling Its earthly love. W. P. nr a late pbilo&orher says?"before people tftke the leap through the wedding ring, they should be quite certain that the blanket of connubial contentment ii held tight on tho other side. ' fy Mis* Fantadling says, tho only "bosom companion'1 she ever had was a shilling cor set-board Some youn^ gentleman snould take this into immediate consideration, and " fit up" w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 February 1856

THE EVENING STAR, PI HMHHKO EVKHT AFTERNOO*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4< 1*4 S??f of r#??'f Wt*M ?*'{ kit' tAlk Strut, By W. D. WALLACH, Win bf wrwd to snbarrlbera by carrier* at 81X AND A 4LAK TKK CENTS, p.i),:bl?r weekly to tlM Agent*; paper* ikttwI la packact* at ~J7 % per moutii. To mail ?ulxitii'wri the sub frlptlou price !?? Til Kfcfc DOLLARS AND F1F TY CENTS ? ftmt tnmdv*nc4, TWO DOLLAR* 1<t ?li month*, m<f ONK DOLLAR for three ?loath*; for Ium than th.ee itouths at the rate of UK eeuta .1 SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. Vil. WASHINGTON. D. CL. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1856. BOOK AND JOB PR1JITIJIO. rpHOMAS McGILL, SUCCESSOR TO THE JL Irm of Kirk wood St McSlil respectfully an nounce* that he la fully prepared to execute all or der* for PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL rRIXTINO at his large and convenient Establishment, 7th st. three door* below Udd Fallows' Hall. The buslnew* of the old firm, and all other work entrusted to him will meet with promt attention. THOMAS McGILL, Seventh street, bet...

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