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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY Febrwary 14, 1*30. |tr 7" Advertisements should b? handed in by 13 o'clock, in., otherwise they may not ippeai until the next day. Agists for thi Star ?The following name i persons are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisement* In Tui Star: Pk'laJtlpkia?V. B Palmkr, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. A'<ie York?H. U. Pxttihbill A. Co., Nassau ?treet. Boston?V. B. Palxkr, Scollay's Building. JO" Jos I'eikti!*o .?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute erery kind of Job Pri*ti!?q with despatch and In the best manner, at prices as low as In any otner 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 dercrtpttlons to any other In the Distr...

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. — 14 February 1856

EVENING ST AR. LOCAL INTE&LiaENCE. The District in co<igrb??In the Semite yesterday it will be seen, Mr. Brown gave notice that be would introduce a bill to pro Tide a library for the young men of tbe Dis trict of Columbia. Mr. Mason introduced tbe following joint resolution, and asked its pvs*age without tbo formality of a reference : Reso/rrd, iVc., That tho vacancies in tbe hoard of regent* of tho Smithsonian Institu tion of the cla's "other than members of Con gress," occasioned by the resignation of Rufus Choate and tbo dcitn of John McPherson Ber rien. be tilled by the appointment of George k. Badger. of North Carolina, and Cornelius c. Feltun. of Massachusetts. The C. C Felton nominated above as Regent -?f the Smithsonian Institute, is Prof. Feiion, of Cambridge. the same who delivered tbe late very interesting lecture at the Institute upon 44 Greece." To the Clerk op this Weather.?Sir: You're a nuisance' Week after week we have endured tolerable patiently the evils re...

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. — 14 February 1856

EVENING STAR. ECHOES. Still the angel star* are shining, Still the rippling waters flow, But the angel voice is silent That 1 beard here long ago. Hark ! the echoes murmur low Long ago ! *l?.??iWood to di? an* lonely, - ?ll the splashing fountains play, Mr Pa?t an<* a*' "s beauty, Whither has it fled away ? Hark ! the mournful erhoes say Fled away! 8t!ll the bird of night complaineth (Now, indeed, her ??ong Is pain.) Visions of my happy hours. Do 1 call, and call in vain ? Hark : ihecchoes cry again All In vain ! Cease, oh, echoes, mournful echces ! Once J loved your voices well; Now my heart is sick and weary, Dav? of old a long farewell ! Haik ! the echoes sad and dreary Cry tare well' farewell! What is the difference betwoeu 8 butch er and a gay young lady ? The former kill, to dress. while the latter dresses '*<> kill. Jjp* Wh.^t is the difference between Dr. Bran ireth. and a bill sticker ? Oao is a pill boaster, while the other is a bill poster. 13** Wh%t is the diffe...

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. — 15 February 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rUILtlHKB EVERT AFTERNOOH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 <44 Star Buildings. tomtr ?/ Ptm ?mm m4 EUvntk strut, ?y W. 0. WALLACH, If 111 be terrtxi to aubocrlbera by carrlera at SIX AND A ItUAKTEK CENTS, payable weekly lo the Amenta; papera aerred In packagea at 57% eenta per mouth. To mall robacrlbera the aub acrlptioa price la THREEDOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year tmmdvmmes, TWO DOLLARS for alv months, and ONE DOLLAR for three Montha; for leaa than three month* at the rate of lljf eenta a week. 1CT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1856. NO. 942. CHAUNCEY WARRINBR, WATCHMAKER. AITD JEWELER. AND DEALER IN FINE WATCHES JEW ELRV and SILVERWARE, wouldrespect rully solicit the attention of those who desire a geod article, to his choice variety of Loudon, Ge nera and Copenhagen WATCHES,selectedwlth the view of time-keep! ag and dnmble qualities, for which a suitable guarantee will be furnished those who purchase GOLD SEALS, FOB and VEST C...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 February 1856

EVENING STAR FRIDAY February 11, 1W?. VT Advertisements should be kanded it by 12 o'clock, in , otherwise tbay may sot appear until the next day. IC7~ Aobmts rom tii Stu.?The following aan.ed persona are authorized to contract for the publication of advertisements in Tmb Stab : B Palwbb, northwwt cor "?fw Fjth and Chostnut streets. A#* York?a. M Pittinsill A. Co., Nassau V. B Paxmxb, arollay'i Building. fCr J? Pbibtiwo?Our frieads and patron* are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Piimtijio with despatch and In the best manner, at piieos as low as 1b any other office in Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-pressss. So, also, has the Star otlrea Book Bindery connected with it, eqaal In its capacity to turn out book binding of all description# to any other In the District of Columbia. T.f,,, ? *0S?I?0 PBESI describe. graphically the JT ...

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. — 15 February 1856

?VENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Crimb aid Coxtbalbbxt.-?Tha New Tork papers contain full reports of the Coroner's investigations on the cause of the death of a young I vly who came to that city from Wash ington in January last, and died last week at the house of a midwife, named Abby S. Crocker, No. 580 Houston street. The names fivea of the lady and her taale friend are, oubtlees, fictitious, but we do not think it advisable, at this time, to give publicity to the rumors afloat here as to the real identity of the parties At the inquesfc the previoa" history of the deceased could not be tscer Uined, and though she called herself Ann Kitaabetb Smith, it is not known that this was her name. On her first appearance at Mrs Crocker s hoU??, she presented a letter of in trodaction to Mrs. C , from a Mr. Charles Wil kinson Nelson. of Washington, D. C. Wegire the substance of the evidence elicited durins the tnves- guioi: Mrs Abby S Crocker, testified that she was proprietress of a female...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 February 1856

EVENING STAR FIRE WATER. Au Occidental Temperance Ballad. ' "vVlSTILLIi Have you heard of Fi*k W*m_ Old King Alcohol tremendous: He who ?lay* a thousand millions? KUls ttiem. loo. witl out a jawbone? Mightier he than ancient Sampson. He who slew the mad Philistines In the far-off time of Mose*. Slew than In the day* of Moses? King of kings Is Fire Water ? How he wrestle* with the masses ? How he throws them helter-skelter? Helter-skelter in the gutter. In the foul and loathesome gutter. How he burns up brains and ??innards," Twist and tortures the intestines. Turns the stomach Inside outwards, Plays Old Harry with the kldntys? Devils" every drinkers kidneys Makes each man a hypochondriac. With the wildest, strangest fancies. Monkey* >ee* he on each bed post. See* blue monkeys on each bed post O most potent Pi re Water! Ye who sip the i?park ing Champagne ? Cnanipagne made af grape* Catawba. Champagne made by onetaioad Old Nick. Ve wno drink the 'rifle brandy" On the street that's...

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. — 16 February 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 16, 1856. NO. 943. THE EVENING STAR, fUBLISHED ftCVKRY AKTKKNOON, > (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 1*4 8t*r Buildings, (fttur #/ P*nu.-ylumm4? m?w and kitttnth jlrMl, By W. D. W ALL A CH, ff 111 be served to subscribers by carrier* at 81X 1.ND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; paper* served In packages at 37# ggata per month. To mall subscribers the snb goriptlOB priceis THREE DOLLARS AND PIP TY CENTS a year xmadvamct, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three aontha; for leas than three month* at the rata of fig oent* a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. UNITED STATES MAIL. Post Office DaraaTMi February ?, 1M6. PROPOSALS for conveying the malls of the United States from July 1, 1656, to June 30, ls57, In the States of MAI.NE. NEW HAMP SHIRE, and NEW YORK, from July 1. 1855, to June 10, 1950, In the States of VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORtilA, and FLORIDA; and from July]. 1336, to June 30, 135e, In the State...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY February 1?, IMS. \?T Advertisements should be handed in by 1*2 o'clock, m., otherwise tboy may not appear until tbe next day. TD~ Ao?wt? fow tii Stak.?Tbe following named persons are authoriied to contract for tbe publication of advertisement* la Tbi Stab: Pktludtlpk???V. B Pal mi*, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut streets. A'?? Y?rk?9. M. Fittik?ill A Co., Nassau street Eotton?V B. Faxmib, Scoiiay's Building. \?T Job PaixTijre ?Oar friends and patrons are notified tkat we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pbintins w.th despatch and In the best manner, at prices as low as In any other oflce in Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion at press-work that can be executed on double cylinder and A dims' power-presses. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with it, eqoal in Its capacity to turn out book binding of >11 descriptions to any other In the District of ...

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. — 16 February 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Latr Abortiok Case?What with the terrible Hugely poisoning cases in England, and the Wakeman fanatical murders, the Eudora tragedy, and tho late great abortion case in Houston street. New York, the public is in fair condition to 14 sup on horrors.'' The la?t mentioned case, has been a universal topic of conversation, and discussion in this city ever since its oecurrence, which is not to be won dered at, considering the terrible interest W ashington must take in eo fearful a crime and tragedy?where the parties concerncd are her own citiiens. Even in New York, where tragical events are no novelty, this is suffi ciently startling to excite general horror. By the New York mails of last night, we get some additional particulars, though not enough to throw full light upon the matter. The Police Gazette, says that "a Dr. Sleight, who was talked of, and expected to be nominated for Coroner last election, recommended tho de ceased to Mr3 Crocker An honor...

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. — 16 February 1856

rContinued from first page.] Arrive at Phrevssport next day* by 6 p m* Lesv^ ?hrevesport Monday, Thursday, and Saturday it 4 a m Arrive at Natcbltoehes next day* by fi p m. TEXAS Fr&m July I, IP56, f June 30, 1^58. 8003 From Oyser Creek to Hodge's Bend, 30 miles and back, once a we* k Lteve Oyster Creek Monday at 7 a m Itmf at Hodjre's Bend same dav by 6 p m Leave Hodge's Bend Tuesday at 7 a m Arrive at Ovater Creek same day by 6 p m. **? From Gonzales, by Zoar. Sulphur Springs, <jnd 8 ack J?ek Springs, to La Grange, CO tulles and back, once a week Leave Gonzales Monday at 6 a m Arrive at La Grange next day by 12 m Leave La Grange Tuesday at 1 p m jjj., Anlve at Gonzales Wednesday by 7 pm. H*. From HunUville. by Centreville and Falr ?eld. to Corslcana. 125 miles and back, once a week Leave HunUville Monday at 6 a m Arrive at Corslcana Wednesday by - p m Leave Corslcana Thursday at 6 a m Arrive at Huntsviiie Saturday by 8 p m. ^ From Seguln. by Bonlto. Sattler's. Clem Hinds's....

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. — 18 February 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1856. THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERT AKTJJKSOOJI, (EXCEPT SO Nil A V.) At IM Simt B*ild%*gs, eomir of rtnnsfl^mmt* m<*?i and j?ltrtntk $tr$tI, By W. D. VALL4CU, Will be furred to subscriber* by carriers at 81 & AND a QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agen: , pepetn served In packages at 37# ? >nu per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription prleeis THREE DOLLARS AND F1F f YCENTS aywr im?4cai?<i,TWO DOLLARS (or six months, <tnd ONE DOLLAR for three months, for Ins ttaa tfcrne months at the rate of KM c?bU a week. icr single copies one cent. Wins AND TOUPEES. (MTIZENS AND STRANGERS ARK R E J spectf.illy Informed that the best assortment of WIGS and TOUTF.KS are to be found at HEARD'S HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISH MENT, and ^16 MANUFACTORY, Sixth st. National Hotel. Wigs and Toupees made on the shortest notice. Also, a pood assortment of Ladles Back Braids Just arrived from New York. doc 11?eo3m CLOTHING MADE TO ORDE...

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. — 18 February 1856

EVENING STAR. WA8HII0T0I CITY: MONDAY Pefcraary l?s 1N?. IPr Advertisements should be handed in by V o'clock, in., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. , IP* Acxsts roa tub Stab.?Tbe foilewlaj* linxd persons are authorised to contract for the puUtcetioo <rf advertisements In Tub Stab : PkilmtUtmkim? V. B Palmer, northwest cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut utreets. Mrw Y?th?0. M. Pbttinsill ft. Co., Naeeaa Bono*? V. B. Palmbb, Scollay's Building. Job P*iHTiwe.?Our friends and patrons are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pbirtiho with deepatchand la the best manner, at prises as low as In any other office in Washington. Job Printer* are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of preos-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams* power-pre?es. So, also, has the Star office a Book Bindery connected with it, equal in its capacity to turn out book binding ef all 4e*crlptUons to any other in the District of ?olombia. ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 February 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. RSTOBT OF TU COXKISSIOSBR OF PUBLIC BriLDUO*?From this very interesting docu ment we mako an abstract of such thing* as are of more special interest for our District reader*. The Commissioner (Dr Blake,) states that since he has been in office the grounds north of the Capitol have been filled up and graded, and the work has boen transferred to those south of the Capitol, where the small balance of the appropriation that remains will be ju diciously expended To complete the unfin ished portion that has been commenced, and which must necessarily be embraced in any plan that may bo adopted, will require *66,000. This eum may strike the casual ob server as being largo in comparison with the amount expended in grading the grounds north of the Capitol; out it is readily ex Slained by the greater extent of surface and epth of filling up, which arc luorc than five times as much as was required on the north side of the Capitol. As no plan for the exten sion ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 February 1856

evening star. WEALTH A in) WORTH. BY FIBLBV JOHW40*. This laIla4?4 an unjust world, '? whieh we toll and abor; where ench man's voloe and hand la raided . 1.?vWar ?#ala?t his neighbor: And he who ha* the mo?? of goidt * 'ror"^1'PP*d. honored, flattered. hue poor men, though pousessd of worth, Are beaten, bruised and battered. The man who revels In hi* wealth? Of widow* a despoiler; Is far more honored by the world, Than a poor hones: toller; And should the poor man strive to rise Above hi* mean position ; The world still see*s to keep him down. And lower his condition. Oh ! wherefore rage this warfare 'gainst A poor, but hosest. brother, Since God. our Father, unto us Hath said 'assist each other;*' Ami therefore lot us here on earth, Share in web other's sorrow, That through the darkness we p?n gee The brightness of a. morrow. The man who clad in homespun cloth Supports himself bv labor: Is far more worthy of esteem Than his more wealthy neighbor ; For riches have been gained by fr...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 February 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. Cm TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, 1S56. NO. 945. - 1 .i ... , THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED KTERT AFTERNUOII^ (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tkt S?*f buildings, tomir of P?aiujri*aa4a *?t?k< Md Eitvtntk llrid, By W. D. W ALLiCH, ?9111 be ?erved to subscribers by carrier^ at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*; pepers served in packages at 37% seats per month. To mall subscribers the tub gorlptlon price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIF fY CENTS a year Msdveacs, TWO DOLLARS for alx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?or um ; for leas than three months at the rate of |?X oents a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. Vt lOA AND TOUPEES. (CITIZENS AND STRANGERS ARE RB J spectfully Informed that the beat assortment of WIGS and TOUPEES are to be found at HEARD'S HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISH MENT. and WIG MANUFACTORY, Sixth at. National Hotel. Wigs and Toupees made on the shortest notice. Also, a good assortment of Ladles Back Braids )ttst arrived from New York. dec 11?eo3m CLOT HINO MADE ...

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. — 19 February 1856

EVENING STAR. VA8HIIGT0I CITT: TUESDAY Febraary 19, IMS. pT Advertieemei^ should be banded in by U ?'dock, m., otharwtee they nay not appear until the next day. ipr AexNTS TO* TBI Stab.?Tbe fallowing tunid persons are authorised to ooatract for the publication of advertisements In Tl> St a m : PktUdslpkta?V B Palmmm, northwest oOf ?r of Fifth and Chestnut streets ? - - JVsw York?~3. M. Pittiawu. * C*-) Naaaan Botton?V B. Pai.mbb, Scollay's Building. Job Phxtima.?Ow frlendi ud patrons an notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job PaiSTtJie with deapatch and In the beat nairner, at priees aa low as In any oder ofloe ia Washington. Job Prlntara arealso settled that we are prepared to do every descrip tion ot piaaa-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-prosaaa. So, alao, baa the Star oOce a Book Bindery conneated with it, equal in ita capacity to torn out book binding ef ail descrlpttiona to any other in the District of Colombia 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. — 19 February 1856

?VENING star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ...S0^0 2f ALD?*"-The Board was ?! P^jrd!r- ?***??? minutes past ht.q ; the President in the chair. The bill from the Council making an ap propriation to defray expenses of the Fourth ward special election was taken up and pawed v The hill to ripply deficiencies in the appro priation for erecting and oompleting the mar b??" <? r?."Vd from the Coancil, with an amendment; which was concurred in. 2b,7. W?^ington, was received from the of Mr Smi.h aD atn?ndment i *Qd on motion daynifh? *** P?8tPon?d until n?t Mon ..kZi forthf ipprorementj committee, asked to be excused from the further consid eration of the petition of Wm H Phillips, and moved its reference to the finance com mittee ; carried. llr. Busey asked leave to introduce a bill regulating the disbursement of moneys by the Commissioners of the Washington Asylum, requiring that all checks and drafts upon the h*nk w?th which the Commissioners keep an aeeount, shall be signed by the Mayor and Reg...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 February 1856

EVENING STAR. TO XI83 8 . "rol'lt Ml HOT." A request to simple snd modest Surely you cannot deeltne, For, believe me, 'tis spoken Id earnest By s very dsvout v al en tine If too will not forget me. the a listen To this serious wish of mine; And truly it comes from a besom That to trifle would never Incline. I wish you, in truth and sincerity, As companions to yon in all time, Happiness, Love, Peace, Prosperity. And with this I'll now close my rryme. If this request yeu cannot comply to, And to the flames this epistle consign, Forgive the Intrusion 1 pray you, And blame that youn^ 0*iJits* Names ?In rambles in Eastern Alia, we bare the names of some of the "fami ly men," from whom all tho present inhabi tants are derived. They are as follows : ?eaou: Mr Small woo: Mr. Vociferate. Han Mr. Low Wall. Wau Mr Long Gar ment. Tung: Mr Pa?i-tbrough. Tang: Mr. Hold-up-the-head. Shuuy-kin Mr. Water. Tseen : Mr. Mopey * Tung Mr. Child. Ma Mr Hoase. Lung ? Mr. Husband. Tavu Mr. Beautiful Chou: M...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 February 1856

VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1S56. NO. 946. THE EVENING STAR, rOBLISHED EVKKY AFTEKKUUN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) if tii Stir Buildt*gi, tarns* of Piu*tyl*0mi* muk %n>i KUrtntk stmt, By W. D. W ALLiCH, Will be served to subscribers by <-arriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pe.yable weekly IP the Aj^r.4; pnpcr* served In at 37^ #ents per moc'h. To mail subscribers the sub iPTlpUon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year:* ?4r??ci,TWO DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for le*w than three month* at the rate of 14jf cents a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. WI9S AND TOUPEES. tCITIZENS AND STRANGERS ARE RE ?> spectfully Informed that the best assortment of WIGS and TOUPEES are to be found at HEARD'S HAIR DRESSING ESTABLISH MENT, and WIS MANUFACTORY, Sixth st. National Hotel. Wigs and Toupees made on the shortest notice. Also, a rood assortment of Ladles Back Braids Jnat arrived from New York. dee 11?co3m CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. EMBERS OF ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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