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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

Lnn Bnmmerfiald Taadiy itliB Arrive it Cumberland mm day Vrlp From Cadi*, by LaeeyviUe. Stillwa tor, and Bath, to Gnad* JiuttM, 30 bUm and back, onct a week Leave Oadis Friday at 7 a m Arrive at Gnadenhutten same day by 5 p m LfiT? Gnadenhutten Saturday at 7 a m Arrive at Cadiz iud? day by 5 p m. From Cadiz, by Cassviile, Moorfiald, Smyrna, Londonderry, Antrim, and Wlncheeter, to Cambridge, 3c milaa acd back, three timaa * weak Leave Cadiz Monday, Wednesday sod Friday at 6 a uj Arrive at Cambridge ?an?e daya I y 7 p m Leave Cam bridge Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 9 a m Arrive at Oadis hid* daya by 7 p fu. From Cadiz, by Archer, New Rumley, KiJgore. * Hickory, and Algonquin, to Oarrollton, 34 miles and back, onoe a week Leave Oadiz 1 Lursday at 6 a m Arrive at Oarrollton ssme day by 4 p m Leave Carrol Hon Wednesday at 7 a m Arrive at Cadiz aame day by 5 p m. 9030 From Cadiz, by Cold Spring*, Pmith field. New Alexandria, and PnilLip<burg, to Walla bar^ Va, 25 milaa and back, ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

9174 From Columbus, by Groveport, Iithopolla, Mid Graan Castle, to Lancattar, 28 milss and back thru* times i*Hk L?t? Columbus Mot.day, Wadaesday, aid Friday at 10 a ra Arrive kt Lancaster same days bv 7 p m Leave Lancaster Tuesday, Thursday, and fat urdey attain Arrive at Colambus same days by 6 p m ?176 From Columbus, Sbadeville,eoath li.c tii5*. 1. Creleville, Chillicothe, Waller, Wavsrly, Piketon, and Lucas villa, to Portsmoutk, 01 mil * and back daily Summer ScK^dtUt. Leat* Columbus daily at 6 a m Arrive at Portamoath same day by 9 p m Leave Portamoath daily at 7 a m Arrive at Ooiumbua nine day by 10 p m Winter Schedule. * Leave Co.ambus daily at 0 a m Arrive at Portrac ath same day by 12 p a Leave Port am utb daily at 0 a m Arrive at Col am baa aame day by 12 p in. 9170 from Columbus, by Grove City, Georgtsvllle, Hairisburf, Paieatlne, Mount Starlinf, Duff'a fork, I ancoastburgh, and Blocmngiurgb, to Wa kinr on C B, 60 milej sui back, twice a week Le?ve Columbus Tueaday and Fr...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

Lntt Blauehester Friday at 5 a a Arrive atNew Richmond him day by "pa From 0?or(itoTa. by N?v Hop* Mount Oreb, Pueble, and Rt* Mil?, to Fay*ttoville, 22 sail-s and back, once a week Lmti Ocorfiton Thursday at 8 a a Arrive at mysttovnie same day by 8 p a L*av* Fay*tt*ville Friday at8 a a Arrive at Georgetown suae day by 6 p a. *340 Proa 6wrpto??, by Arabcdm, Sardinia, Mowryatown, and New Cor win, to New Mar ket, 26 attaa and back, snra a w?ek. Uan 8?r|?towa Thaaslay at Sam A-.rive at Maw Market sameday by 4 p a Leave Maw Market Wednesday at 8 a m Arrlra at Georgetown sana day br 4 a a. V341 From Georgetown, by Ruaaellville, Deeatar, aad Eekaanaville, to Weat Union, 23 mflaa and bark, tbraa times a waak Leave flwr^town Monday, Wadneaday, and Friday at 8 am Arrlra at West Uaion aw day* by 4 p a Leave Waat Union Tueaday, Thursday, aad Saturday at 8 a a Antra at Gsorgetown aaaa day* by 4 p a. 9342 Proa Georgetown to Rtpl*y, 10 ml es end baek, tbraa times a waak Leave Georgetown TueeJay, ...

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

Arrive at la- rettsville uat day* by H f ? Le*ve Jsmttsvills Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1$ a m Arrive at White Hail nut day* by 114 am. 36SS? From White Ball, by PtaMenrrlllsand Burks town, to Gorsuch Mill*. IS mile* and back, one" a wok ? Leave White Hall Paturday at 10 a m Arrive at G^rsueh Mill* name day by 2 p m Leave G<rsu<'h MilU Saturday at Spa Arrive at Whit" H all mm day by 7 p m 3JQ0 Fiom Parktae, by Weteeeburgh, to Hereford, 6 miles and back, tfcrs* tim*s a weak L/?*ve Pirkton Tuesday, Thursday and 8atur day At 14 m Arrive a* Hereford sains days by 2 p m L ave Hereford Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day at 3 pen Amreat Parktin same davs by 6 p m. 3?1 From Glen Ro-k. Pa, by Hetmk's Kroh's Mills, Md, Manchester ad Baehm&a's Mills, to Westminster, 24 mile, and back, tbree umr? a week, te Manchester, and once a we?k residue Leave Olen Rock Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday at 1 p m Arrive at Maucheatar same days by 4 p m Leave Manchester Tuesday, Thursday, and Satur...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

Lmti Baton daily, accept Sand*/, titer ar rival mt the Bails from New York ud Pkll radeJohia?mt at 1? ? Arrive at Stroudaburg same day by 8p ai Lmti Stroudaburg tiff, llifl ?* ? Arrive at laeton asm* dsy by 8 pi rrowi, Mf 8 Sill From Kaaton. by ^xkv'owi. Belfast, Wind 4 Ow, 8eylors6uk. Ke'lersvllle, Snydare Vila, BartonviLe, Taanemille, Spruce Grove, South St'rita*, Hopedate, East Btar 11am Sterling, Hamlintov, Arid, and Cher ry Ridra, to Hore^dale, 78 mllea and back, Lmt* Eaaton Monday, YVedceaday, and Fri day at 4 a i f Arrive at Honoedale aamo days by 9pm Leave Hoaaalala Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday at 4 a m Arrive at Baston sama day* vy 9 pm. \ 3U4 From Eaaton, by Lower Saoeon and Stoats', HI* IMl<rtown,16aii1eeendbaek,oneea week Leave Eaaton Thursday at T a m Arrive at Uailirtown aama day by 19 a Laave Hallertown Thursday at 1 p m Arrive at Eaaton aama day by 6p A. , 21L6 From Eaaton, by Keasiart and Beaton, to Mount Bethel, 24 miles and back, Leave Eaaton Thursday at 8 a m A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

, it ?ujbor? Mme day by 4pm , r ashore Wednesday itiim piirmount Spnaga same day by 5 *r Val'ey, b> Carxuil, Fcraat ,usd White Peer MiPs, to &anJ back, one* a Iron Milton, 38 f ugar Valley Friday at 7 a m jt: Ml ten !iu? day by 6 p a , viltoa 8a:. riay at 7 a n L at 4 u/ar Val ey same day bv 6 p n tfoblenburgh, by Sweet Vallay, I , to Ubman, IS milea and back, an?l a [tiublenburgh Friday at 6a a , at : tthman soma day by 11 n> [:,?btnan Friday at 3 p a , it Muhlenbnrgh tame day by ? p a. finite Daer Mill*, by White Dear aad ri, to Knm^port, 10 aile* aad bask, i a week , White L>? r Villa Wednesday aad Bat >y at 5 p m i at Eliasport aaina days by 7i p a i Kiimspart H'-?Jneaday aad Eatjrday at D i at White Dw Mill s same days by 44 ?a'g to omit White Deer Mills, and rap in hit* Dear, Alviia, and blimsport from }r*.lr;ad will be considered. fluiauaport, by Lyeuning Creak, Cree Truat Hon, Ralston, Canton, Alba y. Columbia Croaa Heads, South Creak, flwa Hill, N. Y., to tf...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1856

Froopoat, to Browutftfton, 48 alias tad book, dx times ? wook . Lmt? Pittsburg daily, txoapt Sunday, at 6 a m Arrive e< Browningten wm? day br T p m Leave Brownington dailv, except Sunday. at 6am Arrive at Pittsburg name day by 7 pm. Mil From Pittsburg, by Allegheny, Puquesne, Etna, Talley Corey, Bakerttcwn. Glade Mills, Botl-r, Brownington, Slippery Rock, North Liberty, London, M wrier, Hartheii/, Shook leyville, Cus ard's, Meadvilfe, Woodeoak, Boekdale, and Waterford, to Brie, 133 milee and bark, six tiwee a week. Leave Pittsburg daily, except Sundoy, at 9 Arrive at Mercer same day by 10 p m Leave Merger daily. exeep?8?ind?y, at 3 a m Arrive at Brie same day by 7 p m Leave Erie deity, exeept Sunday, at 8 a m Arrive at Mercer eame day by ISla Leave Mercer dally, except Sonday, at 3 aa Arrive at Pittsburg fame day b*9 p m. Separate proposals Iter service between Pitts burg and Mercer, aad between Meroer an * Brie, to run in doaa connexion, will bo co? aiderod. > Iti4 Prom Pitt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 February 1856

THE EVENING STAR, riKLIHHKD KVEKY AFTKKftOON, (EXCEPT 91^1>AY,> 11 Iks Star ??udi*gt,frn*r of P*msfl9*mim mih? o*4 Kitt?nth ifr??f, By W. D.. WALLACE, VII be ser*-M tosubwrlbera by cnrrlers at SIX AND A <4UAKTKR CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents; papers served U packages at 37# ?enla per month. To mall subscribers tie rub ?orlpcloa price W THREE DOLLARS AND PIP *Y CEN TS a year in mdvontt, TWO DOLLARS for tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ao.<ths; for less than three months at the rate of itK oents a week. |?T91N0LE COPIES ONE CENT. O vol. vn. washington , ? 1 ?i? d. c? monday. february ii, 185& no. 938. ,, i M us - - ? * *- ~ ? a CKirilCtft WARRMER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, A'\R Staler in fine watches jew M.R V and SILVER WARE, would respect fully solicit the attention of those who desfnsa good article, to hit choice variety of lxmdon, Ge neva and Copenhagen WATCHES, selected with the view of tlme-keeplsg and durable qualities, lor which a suitable guarantee wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 February 1856

EVENING STAR. W A 8HIWOTPW CI T T: MONDAY Fakrvttry.il, IMS. |?7~ AdvertJa?ne??s should b? handed in by M o'clock, m., olhMwkM they may not appear until tha neat day. 1ET A?mii to* thi ?t*i -The foUowtog named persona an authorized la contract to tha publication of advertisements in Thb Bran: PkHaiielpina?V. B Palms*, northwest oor ner ef Fifth and Chest net atreeta. Ntw York??. M. PaxTiBein. * Co., Nassau Briton?V. B. Pomm, 9coUay?a Building. ICT Joa Pr :*thi(?Our friends and patrons *m notified that we are now prepared to eaaeuta every kind of Jon PaiiTMt with despatch and la tha best noanner, at priees as low as In any other oMc? la Washington. Job Prlalsri are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion at press work that caa be eaeeuted on dmfele cylinder and Adama' power- pceesea. So, aUo, has the Star ofiieea Book Blndsry oonneetad with It, equal la its capaalty to tuan out book binding of ail descriptions to any other In the District of Cotunuhia. SPIRIT OF T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 February 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL IMTALIQEyra A DAT ATTMB Pcmitbntiirt.?We conclude *???,?" ?<0" 10"" Di,,ricl At sunset a bell vu rune and the convicts in the workshops were marshalled and marched to their supper room. making rather a pictures que appearance from a little distance, in their parti-colored clothes The prison drew in winter is black and white, and in summer blue and white; the femalo convicts wearier a Port of checkered stuff, or plaid, which just *??*?,kto hei?"of fa,hion on both sides of the pemtentiaiy wall! The guards upon the prison-walls have had KAMCS very nolr th shop, and came thr^n k *w CCe They made an opening through the earth from the floor of thVshop wh*? T ch e?Pties ^e river, but when thej attempted to pas* down tbe sewer i? ?kW6rt PF by *n UQexpectcd obstacle in the shape of a wall. Thej commenced digging in the other direction towards the wall Jrj.bout thirty f? ? i" this excavation, A h. il PI^ ?f. i? it down the sewer J-SLEXS-, rui tecio.fi^h ? banket*, so as...

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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. — 11 February 1856

EVENING STAR. ftwrfttova Corporation Proceeding*. The following business vu tinder consider ation before til* Georgetown Citj Council! on Friday night; the proceedings of which came to hand too late on Saturday for the edition of that day. A communisation waa received from the Clerh in relation to sinking fund, <ke.; referred to special oommittee consisting of Messrs. Bangs, Osborne and Myers. . **? Cameron presented a communication from ;ne Vigilant Fire Company, oalling at tention to the unsafe condition of the appara tus, Ao., end asking an appropriation for the same; referred. Mr. Osborne presented a communication from sundry persons tiring on Third and Fourth street, oomplaining of a lack of water in that section, and asking the corporation to take some steps for the relief of their wants: referred. A message was raoeived from the Mayor in relation tw the platform at Little Falls Bridge. Another, in relation to engin? and Are appa ratus, and recommending the institution of a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rCBLlSlitU KVKKY AH KK.XKI.1. (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 IA? Si?? Buiidtnfs.comtr ?f Ptnmjfimmmim MIXkl Mi EUviAtk Slriit, By W. 2). WALLACE, Will be served to snbsorlbers by s*.*Tlera it SIX AND A qUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents; ^pent served in package* at 37# ?rata per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year imadtantt, TWO DOLLARS for six montue, an4 ONE DOLLAR for three n>nth?; for la>a than three months at the rate of ltf)j cent*.?week. mr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1856. CHAUNCEY WAKRHER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. And dealer in fine watches jhw. ELRV and SILVERWARE, would respect fa lly 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 an...

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. — 12 February 1856

EVENING STAR. W A SHIWflTOI CIT T: TTKaDAY February 12, 1906. IT7" Advertisements should be handed in by M o'clock, m , Otherwise th?y may not appear until the next day. wi?? !D~AeiMTa roa tii Star?The following named persons are authorised to contract for the publloation of advertisements in Th* Stab : Philadelphia?\. B Palm**, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestrut streets. Nt* York?s. M. P*ttii?oill & Co., Nassau street. ' Boston?X. B. Palm**, Scollay's Building. JO* Job I'histikq.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of J?? Printiko with 4ps patch and la the best manner, at priees as low as In uy otter office in Washington Job Prlnten are also ami led that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So also has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with It, equal In its capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other in the Distri...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE The Board or Alderxe!* met yesterday afternoon at fifteen minute* past the uaual hour ; the president in the chair. Heading of the journal was dispensed with. Communications received from ihe Mayor ; tha first announced the signing of an act for the relief of Geo. G. Wilson : also, one in rela tion to Gas Lights. The following nominations were sent in by the Mayor for members of the Board of Health of the Fifth Ward, ifi lieu of those transmit ted January Jlst Dr J. M Grimes and D A. Wa tiers ton ; also the nomination of Jedediah Gettiugs for Police Officer in place of J. F. Wollard, resigned. The Board proceeded to ballot upon the nominations, and they were confirmed unani mously A communication was also received from the Mayor, enclosing a note from the city collector, in which ttention was sailed to the situation of the collector's office the single room now occupied being too small to accommodate those who bare business to do there, and suggestin...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1856

F VENING STAB. BE UP AND A DOING. ? BT ri!*LKT JOHMSOJI. Be up and a doing. Wait not for to-morrow, Or thv hopes may all vanish In dreaming and sorrow ; But doing thy duty Will gladden each hour. And give to thee beauty Ana Joy for thy dower. Conceal net thy talent In darkness and du?t; Nor burv thy feelings In mildew and ru?t; But breast all life's blliows, As swimmers the sea, U n tiring? unresting Thy motto shavla be. Whl'e working thou dceth The duty of life; And toil is hat wooing Swe^t peace from the strife ; Then b? np and a doing, Walt not for to-morrow. Or thv hopes inay all vanish in dreaming and sorrow Wa?m;ngton, D C. A Jcdck IN A QrAHDARv ?"There are many queer characters around San Francisco, writes an esteemed friend. * ia one of them Alter he had baen elected to the re sponsible office of Justice of the Peace, it was rery well understood what his rule of decision would be in certain eases W hen the law was clear, he would deci io according to law, but when he was in ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1856

I ? THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY ArT?HMIIUI?, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 i4? Sft ?uil1i*f, rfrntT of F Mum and jilittntk itrtti, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be nerved to subscribers by carriers at SI X AND A qb'ARTKK CENTS, payable weekly to the Amenta; papers served In packages atj?){ ?rats per month. To mall subscribers the sub acrtptton price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ta advamcs, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three (?oaths; fcy leas than three months at the rate of K)l cents a week. ICT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. ' I VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1856. NO. 910. CHAUNCEY WARRL1ER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. AND DEALER IN FINE WATCHES JBW. ELRV and SILVERWARE, would respect fully 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-keepiog and durable qualities, for whleh a suitable guarantee will be furnished those who purchase GOLD SEALS, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WA8HIHGT0I CITY: WEDNESDAY." February 13, 1S36. J&r Advertisements should be handed In by W o'clock, m , otherwise they may not appear until the next day. H7" Aei*Ts for thi Star.?The following oam?d persona are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements in Thk Star: FKi.arlflyki*? V B Palmxr, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. Ntw York?*. M PtTTineiLL A Co., Nassau atnet. Boston?X. B. Talmrr, Scollay's Building. JO-Jor Frihtiro.?Oor friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Jor Pristino with despatch and In the best manner, at prices as low as In any other office in Washington. Job Printers arealso notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams* power-presses. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with It, equal In Its capacity to turn out book binding of all descriptions to any other In the District of C...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1856

EVENING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Board or Common Council met on Monday evening at the usual hoar; all the member? present except ?bssr? Orme and Tamphrey. Mr. Towles presented the petition of W ra. A Barney praying for the remission of a fine; referred W> the claims committee. Mr Lloyd, from the ways and means com mittee, reported wiftxmt amendment the bill from the Aldermen to provide for the payment of interest on the deferred payment for the purchase of the 'Hid Fellows Hall at the Navy Yard, passed. Mr AtLee, from the claims committee, re ported without amendment the bill from the same Board for the relief of Lewis F Skid more: passed Mr. Ruff, from the police committee, to which was referred the Mayor's communica tion. accompanicd by a communication from the Commissioner of Health, reported a bill amendatory of the " act providing for the es tablishment of a Board of Health, the tip (ointment of a Commissioner, and prescribing is duties, and for the abatement and removal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1856

EVENING STAR. THE BLIND BOT. Tell mm the form of the soft summer 's air, That tosses so gently the curl* of my hair; It play* on iny ilps and It fans my warm cheek, Itjjlves me no answer though often I sprak , 1 fiel It play o er me refreshing and kind, . . \ et I cannot touch it?i c; blind ! oh, I'm blind' The perfumes of flowers that are hovering nigh, Tell me what are th?y?on what wings do they fly * Are the/ not angels that are sent to delight A poor little blind, boy, who knows naught of light ? * The sun. moon or stars never enter his mind? Oh, tell me what light la'-I'm blind oh, I'm blind Music : what Is it, and where doe* it dwell * I sink and 1 mount with its cadence and swell, Till tonch to the heart with ita deep thrllUng strains * Till pleasure?till pleasure Is turned into pain. What brightness of hues are in music combined Will any one tell rae'-l m blind! oh, I'm j, w. Swixe ?Mr P L Simmonda, in the trans actions of the Highland Society, gives some interesting statist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 February 1856

THE EVENING STAR, rVVLHHEO KVfiY AFTERNOON, (EXCE?'T SUNDAY,) it tkt St** Buildings. rorntr of ??<%?.? and fciannik strut, By W. D. W ALL ACH, ?till b#- letted to niibeciihei* bv oarrlrr* *l SIA AM* A qVAKTKK CENTS, payable weekly lo tLe A?r< ? a; paper* *cived In package* ?.t 37^4 ?ent* per month. To mail nub<icriber? the sub scription price In THREE DOLLARS AND F1F t\CENTS a year ia a-tvanr*, TWO DOLLAR? for Mx month*, and ONE DOL.L.AR for three months; for lew tfc*n three months at the rata of lij{ cent* a wwk. Cy SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT VOL. VII. WASHINGTON. D. C THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1S56. 19 U A I A CIIAUNCEY WAKHIHER, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. \ND DEALER IN FINK WATCHES J BW KLR V and SILVER WAKE, would respect fully solicit the attention of those who desire a good article, to his choice variety of London, fie aeva and Copenhagen WATCHES, selected with the view of time- keeping and durable qualities, for which 4 suitable guarantee will be furnished those who purchase _...

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