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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TCMPAV February o, l*i6, lET" Advertisement should be Lauded In by 1* ? clock, uk., otberwlfte they may not appear "?til the next day. ITT Aexsrs ?oa thi Stab.?The following named persons are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements Jn Thi Star : ? B PALUMn> northwest cor ner of f i/th and Chestnut streets T'rAS. Al.%i*MTTi(f?iLL ft; Co., Nassau Boston?V. B. Palmbr, Scotlay's Building. Itv* Joe Prihtihs.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pb?ktino with despatch and In the beat manner, at prices aa low as In any other office In Washington. Job Print*** are also aoUlcd that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-premee. So, also h&A ;< ?> S: ir f.tfl^a j Book Bindery connected with it, equal In its oapaclty to turn out book binding of all description* 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. — 5 February 1856

EVENING STAK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Board of Aldermk* called to order a few minutes past 7 o'clock; President Clark in the chair Tho reading of the pro ceedings was dispensed with. A communication was received from the Major, transmitting a report from Inspector of Fire apparatus for the month of January , reforred to the fire department committee Also, one transmitting information in rela tion to rules and regulations of the Washing ton Asylum ; referred to Asylum committee An amendment by the lower Board to the 'resolution in relation togas light*, and which instructs the committee representing the in terests of the Corporation before Congress to urge upon that body an appropriation for gas lights, from the Capitol to Massachusetts avenue, and from Massachusetts avenue to Twelfth street, was concurred in. A bill from the Common Council, for repair ing the roof of the City llall, was refers to tho finance committee. Mr Houston presented a resolution instruct ing the committee bef...

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. — 5 February 1856

evening star. appeal tob the poor. BT IB J T UITIN. All hall ! all ball ! who#* pmtw shall I This winter mcninz sing ? The praise of wealth, of heraldry, Or warrior, herd, or king * Mo ! no, 1 leave the tank to those Who ponder volumes o'er : ' friend of human woes, The man who helps the poor. A'i.h*!1 ball' my muse shall not, ?rw ??norous acclaim, l he pride of station, world-begot, t . ot*l?ance name; l?e unpretending man, vm?v bv P?**'"* near my door, Who lessees anguish, while he can, Who glveth to the poor. All hall' all hall' No Latin phra*a, Nor euphonies of Greek, Nor contents of Athena s vase, My poising thoughts shall seek To raise the Prompter of mankind, The man of rlmple lore. Who sr*? and spares the frenaled mind, Who glveth to the poor. All hall ' all hall ? shall I reflect Upon the laurel wreath, That crowns the brow of Intellect, Glist'nlng in Honor's breath ? Nay, be the humble one my theme, Who has the fame In store, Compassion s impulse to redeem, la giving to th...

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. — 6 February 1856

THE EVENING STAB, > PIBLISHED EVERY AKTKKJOO!*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tk* .Sla? tomt* of Pt%nspl9m?i? ??<??? 9*4 BUrtmtk strttI, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be nerved to .?nbscr!ber? by c-iTler* at 81 \ AND A qdAKTKK CENTH, payable weekly ?n the Ageuw; papers ?erre?l In package* at ?ent* per mouth. To mall rnibar.rlbeta the aub ?-r*ption price la Til R KK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CKN ITS a yea/ ?* TWO DOLLARS for Hi* month*, and ONK DOLLAR for three us ^nt h*, for if-* than three m?.:'h* at the rate of l*jf o#?nti a we*?k. CjTSJNttLK COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII, WASHINGTON, t <& r C? WEDNESDAY,'FEBRUARY 6, 1856. NO. 934. A -n R E W A R D.?I will glee the above mentioned rewnrd f??r the apprehension and delivery to me, of ANN, a slave, who calls herself Ana Johnson. and who ran a war from me on Saturday night, the ?th instnnt. She is about ?4 years ola, 5 feet, four or five Inches high. light bivk complexion with full round face, of good figure, aad likely. She has a variety of clothin...

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. — 6 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WilHIieTOI C IT Y: Wednesday February ?,ino. |{T Advertisements should be handed In by 1* o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear until the next day. ir7"A?*5T? roa tbi Sua ?The following named persons are authoriied ?e contract for the publication of advertisements In Taa Stab : Pk*l<tdflrhitt?V B P*L*aa, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestiwit sW*?4?. A>w Yer*?e?. M. PaTTiHoict A Co.,r?aasau %tTJiotton?V. B PAt*aa, Scollay'a BuHdli*. ICT Job PatHTiwo.?Onr ftVnds and paWona are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Piwtiwg with despatch and In the best manner, at prtrea a* low as In any other office in Washington. Job Printera are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that ean be executed on double cylinder and Adims' power-presses So, also, has the Star offices Book Bindery connected with M, equal la Its capacity to turn out book binding of ail descriptions to any other in tbe District of Columbia...

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. — 6 February 1856

EVENING STAR. 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ^ Thm Co*mo* Council met on Monday at the usual hoar; all the members present ex cept Mr Orme. J P McKean. Esq., member elect from the Fourth Ward, to supply a vacancy caused by the resignation of A. McD. Davis, Esq., ap peared, was qualified, and took hi* scat. Mr Jefferson presented the petition of J. N. Lovejoy, complaining of injustice done him in the assessment of damages and expenses of opening and paving an alley in square No. 2o>, Ac , and asking relief in the premises; re ferred to claims committee. The President appointed Mr. McKean a member of the following committees, to fill the various vacancies caused by his election as presi<kng officer of the Board : Of ways and l.ieans. oa public schools; on money transac tions of tho Corporation; on the health of the city; and on the committee to attend to the interests of the Corporation before Congress. The President presented the petition of Charles Ball and others, asking for the parin...

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. — 6 February 1856

EVENING STAR. OUB BABY At our how, at home. we've a sweat little babv. As fat as a 'coon In the fall; And for mlschlcf, fun, muil'1, or whatever It may be. Of brats he's the gen-rat of all! ? 1th cheeks like two races, The prettiest of noses, Endearei ln?u? Mo<ei, Bv every fond tie; In fair ana fool weather, He serves as a tether, To bl nd us together? My Betsy and I. From morning, fall blossomed, till night draws her curtain. His means for employment ne'er fall; And though hushed be his gabble of mueia we're certain, When he drags the old cat by the tall. Now calling and bawling, And felling snd sprawling, And mauling and squalling, At work and at play; In the dish-water paddling, Or Jowler pack-saddling, Or about fiddle-(addling, He passes the day. Th? b?tblTd ymr lM #nded tW* Pr*"?nt Septem Ile's equal to any at Ave; At* f1 v P^,on" M I remember, As the best "sho^der striker" alive. In consideration Of his qualification, 1 m In contemplation him where All the Mrs. Duncans, ***...

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. — 7 February 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rUBLISHKU KV8KT AKTUKNOOS, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 ti< Stmr of * c?4 Kltttntk Strut, By W. D. WALLACE, fVlll b? ?enred to snUcrtbers by carriers at 81X AND A QUARTER CENTS, piyable weekly to the Agents; paper* ifrted In packages at 37jg tents pet month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS s yearimtulv*ntt, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; fAr :ass than three months at the rate of oti'j a vwk. mr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1856. NO. 935. "lO A D?I will give the above ? n^nlloned reward for the apprehension and delivery to me, of ANN, a slave, who calls herself ^na Johnson, and who ran away from me on Sa'urdav night, tie 9th Instant. She is about IM years old, 5 feet, fon* or five Inches high, light black complexion with fhll round face, of good figure, and likely. She has a variety of clotlilng and took with her her feather bed and bedding. WK V PHILLI...

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. — 7 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WAS HiyOTOICI T T : THURSDAY Mmry 7, 1999. \Z7~ AdrertleenieiHB ahould-be beaded In by 18 o'clock, ro , otbeiwtN Umj nty oof appear untH the neat day. U7" AaaxTi ?oa tbb Staa^?The fbUewtag named peraona aw Authorized to contract foe the publication of advertisements tn T?* Sr*a: Fk*ia4tlpkta?V B Palmbb, noKhwect cor am of Plftb and Chcatnat street# Xrm York?* M. ft CO., Nl ?tract. Bo* ton?V. B. Punu, Scoilay's BuUMng. C7* Joa Pnutsiae.?Our Crirnda and patrona are notified that we are now prepared to txecute iwf Mad ef Job fiuiruia with deapatch and In the beat manner, at prices u low as in any other oCce la Washington Job Printers arealao notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion ef praee-work that eaa be exeeutrt on double cylinder and Ad*ma' power-praaaer So, aleo, has the 5rareOcea Book Bindery connected with it, equal in Its capacity to ton out book binding of aM desorlpttlons to any other in the District of Columbia. SPIRIT QF THE MORNING PRESS. The I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 February 1856

EVENING STAK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Court or Claims.?Yesterday, the argu ment in lb* euc of John Eruiion ft. the United States, was resumed by John 0. Sar gent, Esq , who concluded his argument; :ind the case was submitted for the decision of the court. The ease of Jacob Gideon vs. the United States was next taken up by the conrt. Thu is a claim for an alleged non-fulfilment on the part of the government of a contract entered into between the claimant and the Board of NaTj Comminsioners) to furnish for the use of the offije of Navy Commissioners blank books, blank contracts, and blank bonds. The argument in favor of the claimant was made by John 0. 8?rgent, esq., and that in behalf of government by the Solicitor; when the case was submitted for the decision of the court, and the court adjourned. Sort Socth?Even the Louisianians are shivering and shaking, and the negroes at New Orleans ga*e with wonder at newly formed ice two inches in thickness. 1 here, as here, 4* old Sol" appears to...

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. — 7 February 1856

EVENING STAR. THE TIME TO KARRY. The would be wise thla council give Let Lore's fbnd passion cool ! The man who early weds will live To think himself a fool. Tb? galling chain that frets his limb, Wears deepeT every day; Experience little teaches nlm who gives the heart Its way. He wisely weds who weddeth late A thrifty, unimpassloaed mate." When wrinkled oaks shall twining cling, With tendrils like the Tine; When ravens, like the linnet, sing With melody divine; When honev drops from withered leaves, And not from summer flowers: When winter brings us golden sheaves, And snow-drift sunny hours; When truth abused makes falsehood right, Go withering wed and And delight. The trembling notes young birds awake, Rise sweetly ints tune, As April buds expanding make The flowery wreath of June; So love begun in life'* young day; Matures with manhood's prime? Defies the canker of decay, \nd stronger grows with time; O. early quaJT love's nuptial wine, And all tnat's beat in life la thine. tir...

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. — 8 February 1856

; ? THE EVENING STAB, ftBLlSMKD EVERT AFTEKNOO:"\ {EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4* the Sl*r BuilditfS. rcrntr ?/ P**nJ(r'????* ?w/im s?a EltTiitk Slrtit, By V. D. WALLACE, 1041 l?e s?rv?Mi tosal?Lrlben toy r-airina at SIX 4.ND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Amenta; paper? afnred In packa^es at 37# lrnb per month. To autl subscribers the sub ?criptlon price U THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a y^r ?? ?J?^?i,TWO DOLLARS f.j* ?lx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; tor lew than thro* months at the rate of 14g oer.t* a \ZT SINGLE COl'iES ONE CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1856. O * K W A R D?I will give the above mentioned reward for the apprehension and delivery to me, of ANN, a slave, who rails herself Am Johnson, and who ran away from me on Saturday night, the 9th Instant She is about *4 years old, 5 feet, four or five inches hlga. light black complexion with full round face, of good ftgure, and likely. She has a variety of clothing and took with her her feather ...

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. — 8 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WASH HUT 0* CI T Y : PR IDA Fekrwary S, 1M6. U7" Advertisement* should be banded in by It o'otork, m., otherwise they may not appear until t.i? nest day. |^- Auihti ?oa tii Star ?The following nan *d parsons are authorized to contract tor the pabiIcaiion of advertisements In Tm Stab: PkUaltlvkia?V. B Pilxh, novthweet oor ner of Fifth and Chestnnt streeta Jk'iw York?8. M PiTiiiism i Co.,Nimo street Boston?V B Pimi?, Scollay's Budding. U7" Joe PawfTiae ?Oar friends and patron* are notified that we are now prepared toexeoute every kind of Joa PaiNTwe with despatch and In the beat manner, at prices an low as In any other odoe In Washington. Job Printers arealeo notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of preen-work that ean be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with U, equal In Its capacity to tun out book binding of all deeorlpttions to any other In the District of Colombia SPIRIT OF TH...

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. — 8 February 1856

.7 r I EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Day at the P*iut?2*tiabv.?We yester day Tinted the District Penitentiary, and what we saw and'earned there, interested us jo ma. h that we are inclined to pass it along tj the readers of the Star, feeling sure that it will interest them aim We haTe already given an abstract of the ?cry able report of the Warden, Mr Thomas Thornley; and we now propose to aupply some details which did not come within the prov ince of an official report. The first room entered was the '? office," an aparlment showing no particular indications of being the vestibule of go formidable a building as an United States penitentiary. There were some green baise covered desks, and fome meek enough looking sheep and calf bound volumes?account books, registers, and the like. One of these volumes contains a list of all the convicts who have been received at the penitentiary up to the present time? 630 in all. The first entry is April 9, 1831. A cabinet, when open, disclos...

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. — 8 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WHEN STARS ABE IH THE SKIES. ITI.L. BT7LWI1. When ?Un are In the quiet skies Then most 1 pine for thee; Bend cu me then thv tender eyes, A# stars look on the see For thoughts, like wnes that glide by tight, Ar- stillest when they shine. Mlneearthlv love lies hushed in light Beneath the heaven of thine. Th?re is an hoar when angels keep Familiar watch o'er men. When coarser souls are wrapped in sleep Sweet spirit, meet me then . Them is an hour when holy dreams Through slumber fairest glide, And In that mystic hour It seems Thoa ?honlas: be by my side. The thoughts cf thee too sacred are For daylight's common beam : 1 can but know tkte as my star, My angel and my dream ! When stars are in the quiet skies, Then most 1 pine for thee; Bend on me then thy tender eyas, As stars look on the sea. A Word i? Tims ??;Iq the Confer ence, when Elder P. was Presiding Elder, there wore three brother*, all preachers, and not generally considered very bright. One hs<l been examined,...

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. — 9 February 1856

THE EVENING STAlC ri'BLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At Iki stmr BuildtHgt, eo'ntt ?/ PtnntflvmmU m??i ????m(4 Drill, ly W. D. WALL&CH, f!U to snbecrtber* by carriers at SIX and A qUARTER CENTS, payable weeklj |o the A?e?t*; paper* Nerved In package* at 37# ?ratx per month. To mall RUbucribers the sub scription price I* THREEDOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year wirfrawJWU DOLLARS lot tlx month.*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lew than three month# at the rate of 19# cents a week. ICTSINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., I IS LI AY ?l CHAIMCEY WAKH1.U.R, WATCHMAKER AKD JEWELEB. and dealer in fim: watches jew. ** ELRV and SILVERWARE, wouldrespect fnlly solicit the attention of those who desire a good article, to his choice variety of London. Ge neva and Copenhagen WATCHES, selected with the view of time-keeping and durable qualities, for which a suitable guarantee will be furnished those who purchase. GOLD SEALS. FOB and VEST CHAINS, FINK JEWELRY, SILVER...

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. — 9 February 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHIWOTOW CIT Y: RATl'RDAY Febrnary 9, IMS. ICT" Advertisement* should be handed in by II o'rtoek, m , otherwise they may not appear until tba nect day. ITT" Agbnts for tub 8tab.?Tbe following named persona are authorized 10 contract for the publication of advertisements in Tbi Sta a : PkilmHelvkia-y B Palmbb, northwest oor ner of Fiftn ard Chestnet streets. N?w York?8. M. Pbtthisill & Co., Nassau Bottom?V. B. PAaasaa, Bcoiiay's Building. fTT" ioa Pain Tine?Oar Mend* and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job PaioTW* with despatch and in the beat manner, at prleee aa low aa in any other office in Washington. Job Printers are&lao ?otifled that we are prepared to do every deccrip tion of press work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-preaa8a. So, also, haa the Star office a Book Bindery connected with k, equal In 1U capacity to turn out book binding of ail deacilpttlona to any other in the District ot Co...

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. — 9 February 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Dat at the Pe*itx*tiart.?We continue to-daj the " notes ' of our visit to the District Penitentiary. The next room entered is used as a sort of store room. and in this there is a quantity of wood-work, such as window blinds, sash, and the like, which was manufactured by the con victs, who were " farmed out-' to a contractor who na,d forty cents a day for their labor, and fount his own steam engine and machinery lu? ??JL U ,h r' W6lL ma4e< do<* meet with a ready sale from the predjudice creited ?gainst rt by the stand taken u^n the suojit c,i?*ns?'nnd the w?rk??w aDd the contractor has ^ mmke arrangementa for intro ducing some branches of labor in the peniten , J?' f ,? W|M n?t come in conflict with the interests of our own mechanics. Omr shoemakers hare not been able to com pute ao effectually against convict labor com ing in competition with themselves; and the *bo? business is carried on pretty extensively Here. In the shoe shop the work i...

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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. — 9 February 1856

EVENING STAR. DEATH. Angel. who treadest in the track of Time ! guarding the entrance to that unknown dim* ?Whence come no whispers to the world below, Whence not a song we hear Of triumph or of cheer, Or sound of happy footstep* passing to and fro. P*l* as the Maybell trembling in thebreere Tkou makest youthful cheeks The summer seas Lote their calm blu* beneath thy waving wing; Fierce storms thou nummoneil From the deep mountain breast, To be thy pursuivant* when thou art wander tng. Thy name Is terrible; thine icy breath i*tern order to the War-Fiend uttereth, Who stains the pleasant torf a fearful red ; Or dashes In the wave A myriad spirits brave, For whose eternal rest no saintly song is said. Yet have ! known thee, Death, with gentle hand Lead some poor wanderer to the heavenly land, Amid the purple light of autumn eves ; W hlle to the h rvest moon Acr as a rustic Mne From sunburnt, lusty reapers, binding up 'heir sheaves And even if, in some too cruel mood, Tfaon didst negle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

UNITED STATIS MAILS. Post Owe* I>kpar:m?nt 1 January 10,1156. J PROPOSALS f* eouveyiag the mails of the United Statu frcm July 1,1 WW, u? Jane 30, 1860. inelu s*ro, in the ftatee of NEW JKHriEY. OnIO, DEL A WARE, MARYLAND, and PENNSYLVANIA, will bw received at the Contract CAoe o' this Department until 3 p m, of 14th April next, (to be decided by the 7th of May following) on the routee and the ttoM herein epecified. A NRW JRRSSY. Bidder* are requested to erarrutie carefully the forvu and iiufntdwiu attacked to tkit i Avert ummient. *801 Prom Sew York, N Y, bj Jar ay City,N J, Newark, Elisabeth, Rath way, M?tuch-n, atfll New Brunswick, to the intersection with the Philadelphia railroad, 30 mile* and back, twice liailr. by railroad. Leave New Yark daily at I a in Arrive at New Bran* wick ?du day by ?} a m Leave N?w Brunswisk daily at 4 a m Arrive at New iork tame day by 61 a m Leave Naw York daily at 6 p a Arrive at New Brunswick same day by T} p m Leave New Brunswick daily at 8 p ...

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