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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 March 1856

EVENING STAR. i 1 ' ~ ? WASHINGTON CITY: IATCRDAY March *, Hit). " ? Advertisements should be handed la by U o'clock, iti .otheiwlse they uiay not arfear aa'il the next d ? y. ID" Joe Pristine.?Our friends and patron* an- notified tbntwe are now prepared to execute ertnr Mad of Job Priming with despatch and In the b**t inrnner. at prices aa low as In any ether office la Washington. Job Printer* are also KOttfled that we a*e prepared to do every descrip tion of pre?e-worfc that ean be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So. also, has the fffar o?cea Book Bindery connected with It. equal In Its capacity to turn out book binding or all descriptions to any other In the District of Columbia. THE WEEKLY STAB. Do oar friends all know that we publish a '?Weekly" embracing the cream of the daily ? It ia just the thing to aer.d into the wttntry. SPIRIT OY THE VO&NING PRESS The Union diacus?e. at great length the political position and condition of Germacy. The I*U'iligen...

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 March 1856

EVENING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. _ I' Unitarian Fair ?We dropped in here last night, and can bear testimony to the beauty and usefulness of the articled on sale, and to the general good taste and attraetireness of the display. Among other things we noticed a beautiful mou basket with flowers?a per fect gem in its way. Such a basket must hara found birth in the warbling woodland amongst wood-bines, mosses, and wild flow ers ; nerer in? " The c Id hnrtlew city, with iU forma And dull routine; Its artificial manners, ^ And arbitrary rules; lta cheerless pleasures And mlrthlers masking ?> Thi? Fair is orer Farnbam't bookstore, and from its sentral pesition and easiness of access is yery oonvoniently yisited by those whohaye but little time to spare. By the notice in another column it will be ?een that the articles remaining undisposed of will be sold at auction to-night. The Weather.?Thanks to our attentive correspondent for the following notes on the weather during the week now clos...

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 March 1856

evening star. THE MALAEOFF MAESIILLAIS* .* Three times the F ranchmen charged, with cheers to win the Malakoff, * ' aeer*' ^snssassi* cold,that '*"* ^omored de*d~~*- broken rpell, a battlecry Ah' ?^!ieT5 remembered still?of glory's _ orightef days I o?r mur-.nar they pronounce ? name?that * ame, the Marseillaise ' ? F rom man to man The whispering* ran: "Lang live the Marseillaise!" The murmur grows; they talk aloud: "Our fathers' song ??' they cry. " Heard round their lovely tn-cclor, lath* gal lant times gone by; O'er battle I elds and battered walla they sung it, marching fte; From the Alps and the Pyrenees, all round, to tfca rolling Zuvder Zee We'll trv the conqnfrlng charm, this day, and. though its port-holes blaze, 7 ' We'U give you that bloody Malakoff? hut aire us the Marseillaise"' * Says ? brown Zocave? "toy chief, let us have One touch of the Marseillaise:?? 6rave looks the stout PaJlesler, whea he hears that startling ward, ? Says, ' Nonsense gof?* hat weU I know his ....

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. — 10 March 1856

vol. vn. Washington, d. c., Monday, march 10, iss6. no. 962. ,j ? , HI I > THE EV&XlhU SI Ait, J r ;ii..ah?:ii bVKKt Ai'TU.tUlM (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 1 4; 3<mr ??!/<<??.{>. dr?r 9/ rf?1 -yi'Tgni' S** HliV0n!4 Str,tt, By W. D. W AlLlCD,' * :J I* *e'v?d to snbflTnber* bv carriers at SIX k.\0 A QUARTER OKNTS, fu^At vwwkJy to tae Agents; paper* served In pac^o at J7# ??cw per msati. To mail snbec/Ibers the snb ?cr.'ptic; nrteels THREE DOLLARS AMD FIF JY CENTS ? v<mt t? s4r*?<-*. TWO DOLLARS for six months, ind ONE DOLLAR for three ssoaths; for lew loan three months at the rate of 10f ceat* a week. ET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT C07FZN WARRROOM, *s. i co ? ondbewa ?!? KERS?/?stdesceliu Sevnth etrset, between G and H street* w ' interments procured !n any ground ?r f?r?Ktery. CoRaa, Car*, Shaouds, Carriages. Hearse, and every art: ale for Interments 01 the besi quality f-jralsced at abort notice, oaths moat reasonable terms, and at ell boars of the light. Having the exclusi...

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. — 10 March 1856

EVENING STAR. W ASHIHOTOI CITY: MONDAY March 10, U~JF AdvvtiMiMBli should bt handed ia by 12 o'clock, m, otherwise they may not appear until the next day. ID" Aorkts voa tu Sua.?The following named persons are authorized to contract for the puhilcaT0*1 of advertisement* In T*a Stab: Pktlad4lpk*a?\ B Palwbb, northwest eot ner of Fiftn and Cheeinut iMft fitim York?*. M. PaTTiHeitt k. Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. PaLxaa, Seoilay'a Building (?7* Jos Faii?Tii?e.?Oar friends aad patrons are noUAed that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job PaiRTiite with despatch aad in the beet manner, at prices as low aa In any other office in Washington. Job Printers are also notified that we are prepared to do every descrip tion at preee-work that can be executed on doable cylinder and Adame' power-preeeee. So, also, has (be ffier office a Book Bindery oonnerted with It. eqwal in Its capaolty to turn out book binding of sll de*crfpttlods to any other in the District of Columbia. SPIRIT ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 March 1856

1 .evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. *? Iras'* at tux Capitol?Availing our felf of a temporary lull of the wind, *e j,at on our itemical spectacles, and forming c.urself into a procession of one. marehed to the Capitol, and this it what we taw. The public ground* looked wo-begone enough, caught as they were in summer costume bj the ?inr w storm of yesterday. The swelling buds upon the trees appeared decidedly '? ?old," and the peeping blades of green grass whieh had incautiously ventured out dunng the sun sbir.e of last week, were prudently curling back to winter quarters. A disconsolate blue bird or two hopped around in the shrubbery, and drawing up alternately one foot and then the other into the feathers for a warm, seemed to have enough to do to keep ap the eircula t n without devoting any time to sieging. The crurticg couples who, in the sunshine of Saturday, were billing and cooing on the out door benches, had scattered to more congenial uuarters in the Congressional Library a...

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. — 10 March 1856

KV K VI N (j STltft. BBILLIANTS W. s?KaCR.If7ion 0f morning. Wish d morning's come; and bow upon the fialns, istant incuntains where the* fsed thslr flocks, IJS Sr<!n?TJ,^#P'!wd" k*v? th?,r hom*ly hats, tE-^ , \ p,pes Procl*?*n the new-born day. B>? comes with his well-filled scrip Of heathfal viands, which, when hunger calls, With much content and appetite he eats, To foUow In the field his dklly toll, And areas the grateful glebe that yields him fruits. 7 The beasts that under ths warm hedges slept, And weathered out the cold bleak night, are up; And, looking towards the neighboring pastures, raise Their voice, end bid their fellow brutes good marrow The cheerful birds, too, on the tops of trees, Assemble all in choirs; and with their notes Salute and welcome up the rising sun ?O ttsiy. THE HEAVENS. O ! who can lift above a careless look, While such bright set nes as these his thoagLts And di'SDt, while reading from so fair a book, That God's own finger traced the glowing pa...

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. — 11 March 1856

THE EVXNLtfG STAR, friJLMHKI) KVEKY AFTKH*H>VH, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 iw Jt??? corof By W. D. WALLACB, ?? ill be #r?TT-d to submitters by carrier* at SIX AND A ?4UARTKK CENTS, payable weekly u. tuf Age.nj; pepert served in packages at JT# tents per m<*nth. To mall enhscrlbers the aub ?eripflen price Is THRKK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a y?nr im advanet, TWO DOLLARS for six dosLIm, and ONK DOLLAR tot three ifconw; for than throe mouth* at the rate of 1** cents a wee*. fTT- SIN'JLR COP!KS ONK CENT. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS Of TBI LATE REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. a ??AIWA] VirARIRIjlii ( February 27,1?? > WHEREAS, ON THE 88th DAY OF FEI ruary, 1355, Confess passed the following act upon the subject of the debt due to the credi tors of the late Republic of Texas: AN ACT to provide for the payment of such creditors of the late Republic of Texas u are comprehended In the act of Congress of Sep tember nine, eighteen hundred and flfty be it enaeted by the Senate and House of Rar r e tentative t ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: 4 TUESDAY Jlareh 11, 1?A?. Advertisements should be banded la by 1* o'clock, in., otherwise they may not appear until the n?Tt day. ITT A?ikts fob tib Sta*.?The following named persons are authorized to contract fbr the publication of adveitt?ements in The Stab : PkiltuUlpkim?V B Pal*bb, northweet cor ner of Pirtli and Chestnut streets. Aim Yer*?8. M. PBTTiHeiLL A Co., Nassau street. Bottom?V. B. Palhbr, Soollay's Building i ? i l?j~ Job PmiNTiKft.?Out friend* and patrons are uoUti.d that we are now prepared to execute every klud of Job Pbistin? with despatch and in the b?st n anuer, at psices as low aa In any other offlce In Washington. Job Printers arealso ?oOfled that we are prepared to do every descrip tion of prees-work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-preseea. So, also, baa the Star offices Boob Bindery connected with It. equal In 1U capacity to kirn out book binding of all descrlptt! w>ns to any other In the Dlatrlct o...

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. — 11 March 1856

EVENING STAR. i - . . LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Board or Aldirmi* ?The Board net yea terday evening at the uaual hour; Mr Pear soa in the ehair. A communication w&j received from the Mijor announcing his having signed various A report from the Commirsionera of the Washington Asylum was received and referred to the asylum committee. Council bill fixing the annual oompenaation of the Mayor at 52,400 was taken up; and. on motion of Mr. Busey, laid upon the table and made the special order for Monday even ing next * b!!1 m?fcing ?n appropriation of ?20v for grading and graveling Fourth street eaai from Pennsylvania avenue to A street south, was referred to improvements com mittee. Council bill amendatory of the act regu lating travel over bridges, making proprie ters of vehicles responsible for the improper driving of their servants, or others using the vehicle, was next considered. Mr Busey moved its reference to the police oommittee Mr Evans advocated taking up the ques tion at once He ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 March 1856

KVttNTNG STAR. BE FEARLESS A1TD FIRM. When misfortunes assail, and thy cherished frlenda tell thee, And calumny on thy fair fame ca*ta a blot, Idle grief and despondency will not avail thee, Be fearless and firm, yot resigned to thy lot. Be thy walk ne'er so harmless, and yet Independ ent. 1 Thy conscleace unacared, and thy faults ca'er so few. Thou wilt still being hnman, And ever attend ant, Thy foibles and flrailtles?thlce enemies, too. 'Tls no time to waver. when t*-mpe?ts surround thee, When dark seems that future hope painted so bright, Let scruples and fears ne'er perplex and confound thee. But dauntle?4ly arm for the desperate fight. Searee fait Is the blow that we manfully parry, A bold front will oft awe the most truculent foe; Sustained by thy faith, a stout heirt ever carry, Thon wilt heed not the force of adverrltv'i blow. Though trying the dangers and tolls that be^et thee, Though 'mid scenes of trouble thy life maybe parsed. Be thou f arless and firm, and thy foes wil...

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. — 12 March 1856

THE EVENING STAR, fl HLISIIED ETERY AFTfcRNOUX, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it Ui U*?? b Ulldmg S. eorMf #/ fwtiyitMil *????? u4ti fiiriXll ItTitt, By W. D. WALLACE, C,ii be served to subscribers by carries* at SIX k\i) A qUAK/rFK CENTS. payable weekly to the Agent*; paper* served In package* at 77% $aUA per month. To mall subscribers the sub ?cr'ptlon priceIs TH R K k DOLLARS AND PIP TY CBN TS i year ??? adrame*, T WU DOLLARS for six mouths, and ONE DOLLAR for three Months; for lew thaa three iuooOls at the rate of >?X oents a week. \rr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. UNITED STATES MAIL. Pot* Omci DiriiTmNT. | March 3. 1*64 S PROPOSALS FOR CONVEYING THE mails of the Unlted States from the l?t day of July. 1S50, to the 30th dav of June. 1959. inclu sive, In the State of NORTH CAROLINA, and from the lat day of July. 1850. to the 30th of Jun ?, 1550, inclusive, In th? State of TENNESSEE, will be received at the Contract Office of the Poet Office Department. In the cltv of Washington, until Wednesday....

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 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY March 19, 1M6. [Tj- AdTrrtlMinnti should be handed In by 1.4 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear tint!I th* neat day. i?T Aeawrs ro* the St a a ?The following named persona are authorized to contract for the pi.bllcatton of advertisements In Tat Stab: Fkila>iflpkim?V. B Fiixia, northwest cor i.er ot Fifth and Chestnut streets. iViw York?S. M. Pbttiroill 4 Co., Nassau stwt. Bono*?V. B. Falmii. Scollay's Building JIT" Joa Pri:?ti:*g.?O'lr friends and patrons are r.ctlfled that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job Pamviae with despatch and In the brs! K?ar.ner. at prices as low as In any other office In Washington. Job Printers arealao POtitfcd tLat we are prepared to do every descrip tion of press-work tbat can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. So, also, Las the S:*r office a Book Bindery connected with it, equal In Its capacity to tarn out book binding of all docrlpttinn* to any other In the Distric...

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. — 12 March 1856

E VENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thk Board op Common Corncn. met on W niaj evening at the usual hoar; all the members present. The Pre?idant laid before the Board the re port of the Intendant of the Washington Asylum for the month of February; referred to the Asylum committee The amendment of the Aldermen t? the bill f >r setting the curbstones and for paving the footway in front of squares Nos 534, 535, and 536 was concurred in The joint resolution from the Aldermen in reference to opening James's Creek was laid over for further consideration. Tfce bill from the same Board making an additional appropriation for tlie support of the Washington Asvlntn for the year ending 30th Jur.e, 1856, and for otfcor purposes, was referred to the Asylum committee The bill from the same Board for the relief of John Agnew wa9 referred to the fire depart ment committee. The bill from the same Board authorizing the curbstone to be set and the footway paved in square No R36 was parsed. The bill fr...

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. — 12 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WOMEN'S BIGHTS. We have alwavs been more than half Inclined to what Is railed "Woniin'i Rights." bat since the following case ha* be?n submitted we are non-com mitta'. We feel sorry for poor Josiah Wilson, but as misery loves carapany, he may censole himself with the fact that there are thou sands of other men In the same situation. Hear him Just after marriage : Let whistling w nd< in fury blow, Of coming clouds and storms foretelling; Let railing Ieavm a id fa'llng snow Be capenng round my little dwelling It matter* not a whit to me. My heart is light as any feather; I'll content aid nappy be While I and Betsey dwell together, 1 find her such alrv ng wife, W 1th cfaeeks as red as roses blooming; She Is so good?so kind to me? She speaks sj pleasant and so clever, I'm sure we ne'er would disagree If she and 1 sko ild live forever. a win later. One week elap.sed !?and what a change Comes o'er the spirit of my dreams ; My Betsey 's actl ins are so strange. No one'ran ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 March 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rrBLl*Hl?l> EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) |l( lis &?' BuMtngs.comtr of Po?ntfl*9?i? (*!??? *r.d EltVtntk Strut, By W. D. W ALL ACH, Will btrm4 to subscriber* by carriers at SIX AND A qUARTRR CENTS, payable weekly to the Ageuts; paper* served In packages at 37,# tents per month. To mall ?ub?'r'bers the sub tori ptlen price la TU REB DOLLARS AND FIF WY CENTS ayeari*a<*r??e?,TWC DOLLARS for irt* months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for le?s than three months at the rate of |t){ cents a we# k. ZT SINGLE COPIE8 ONE CENT. UNITED STATES MAIL. Post Office Dipaitmk.it, \ March 3, 195?. { Proposals for conveying the mails of the United States from the 1st day of Jalv, 1956, to the 30th dav of June, 1S#9. Inclu sive, In the State of NORTH CAROLIN A. and from the 1st dav of July, lHSft. to the 30th of June, 1H5S, Inclusive', In the State of TENNESSEE, ) will be received at the Contract Offlce of the Post Offlce Department, In the cltv of Washington, until Wed...

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. — 13 March 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY March 13, 1PJ6. (17* Advertisement* should b? banded In by la o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. ITT" Asbnt* rot thi 9ta>.?Tbe following persons are authorized to contract for tbe publication of advertisements In Th* Star: Pkxhuiflpkim?V B Pal***, northwset cor ner of Fifth and Chestnut street*. Sew Y?rk??. M. PaTTiwaiLt A Co*, Nmao Btreet. Bourn?V. B. Palm**, Scollay'a Building jjjT Job P*intimo.?Our friends and patron* are notified that we are now prepared to execute every kind of Job PaiMTizte with despatch and In the best manner, at price* a* low aa In any other otfice In Washington. Job Printer* arealso notified that we are pre{>ared to do every descrip tion of preee- work that can be executed on double cylinder and Adams' power-presses. S*o, also, b** tbe Star otfice a Book Bindery con reeled with It. equal In iu capacity to turn out book binding of ail dencrlpttlons to an) other in the District of Colum...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 March 1856

*VENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Hor*? or lticrr<ia Wakted?We are glad to see the disposition manifested by our City Councils to establish a Houm of Refuge for the reformation of juvenile delinquents. Alderman Smith, at the last meeting of the Board, represented tho ardent need of such *n institution in a very forcible liffbt, and though there was aome difference of opinion expressed among members as to the beet mode of supplying the want there seemed to be none a* to the necessity. In noticing cases of juvenile crime heretofore, we hare had oc casion to apeak of their growing frequency, and, Indeed, it wu only yesterday that ten or twelve boys, many of them most respect fully connected, were brought up before Jus tice Hollingshead on eharge of taking arti cles from the Unitarian Fair and of destroy ing property at Odd Fellows' Hall. Not long ago the same number of children, of resoect r able parents, were brought up before Capt. Birch for breaking into a grocery store When th...

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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. — 13 March 1856

? II evening star. THE COLD CYCLE. I gazed upon the window pane W hereon the snow was falling And melting to an opal rain, VVudownward slowly crawling. pi^"^whT ?ld the weathefgrowe Pale Sol has htd his hwd; Now iMtwtljr the opals froze, And comfort went to bel. A dandy murmured. "How it blows !?? Endeavoring In the Mast rob-ow his well arched Roman no?e, The stiffened rag froze fast! Two friends, bound by uncoollng bands, By any sort of weather, Fell ardently to shaking hand*, And froze their flsU together. Four merchants got each other'* ear; Their words fell to the walk ; And neither oould the other hear, And neither ef thsm talk With angry frowns, that itralghtway froie Upon each brownish brow, They grabbed each other bv the nose And froze all In a row. The clothes froze to the wlr-'lke line And Bridget to the clothes; The pic\ler in the tur id brl^e, The doctor to the dose. The Miss froze to her piano. The ba^y to its caper, The mother to hn iced-baked dough. And papa to his pa...

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

THE EVENING STAR, riBLUHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At til 3**r of PuuUfifMil *?<?*? and t.tsmnik Unit, 1J w. D. W A LL1CB, <11 be served to subscribers by carriers at 81A kSD A (4UARTEK CENTS, payable weekly k> the Agents; papers served In packages it 37# seats per uiouth. To mall subscribers the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF fY CENTS a yeart* ?J???,TWO DOLLARS for tlx month*, ar.d ONE DOLLAR for three s&otitha; for lew than three moatha at Ike rate of 14% eenta a week. (p-SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. UNITED STATES HAIL. Post Office Dbfabtxsht. ) March 3, 1826. S Proposals for conveying the malls of the United States from the 1st day of Jalv, 1956, to the 30th dav of June. I860, inclu sive, In the State of NORTH CAROLINA, and from the 1st dav of July, 1966. to the 30th of Jun% IStt, Inclusive, In the State of TKNNRS9EE, will be received at the Contract OEce of the Post OlBcs Department, In the city of Washington, until Wednesdav. the 30th of April, 1...

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