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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 May 1856

EVENING ?TAR. WA8HIHOTOH CITY: TUESDAY Mar ?. 1M6, liJ~ Advertisements should be banded In by 12 o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until bc? *?*t day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union oontaine a caustic reply to the Democratic Rrrietc (published in this city) wherein that periodical advocates the one term principle for President. The editor evi dently regards the Kevietc as an enemy of President Pierce in disguise, and combats its notion that the long continuance of cffice-hold ers in place will in time generate a dangerous oligarchy in thia country, by citing the fact that the army of office seekers will always be too numerous to permit their natural antago nists to threaten real danger to the country. The Intelligencer diaoourses of the recent Walker sympathizing meeting in New Orleans as follows: ? v'CBnrl' s cause prospers greatly in New Orleaus, however It may be getting on Ik c#ata?U-a'TT 8reat crowd assembled at ??te1' in that cilJ? on Monday night, the 2Slh in...

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 May 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL IHTELLIGEWCR National Theatre ?The national dramat isation of John P. Kennedy's novel of*' Horse Shoe Robinson," was produced last evening at this establishment with great .success It is one of the best productions of the kind we Lave ever witnessed, abounding with interest cunncc'.cd with the struggle for independence by our glorious ancestors, and should be seen by every one. The play ha* been cast by all tho talent of the managers' two thea tres, with Mr George C. Boniface and Mr. J. Wallace added to the strength of the com pany. Mr Boniface, a? Horse Shoe Robinson, for the first time, performed the character with much weight, and fully gave us the idea tho author portrays of that distin guished personage Mr. Wallace performed the part of Colonel St Jermyn. This is a most difficult and unpleasant part, yet truly historical, and this young gentleman was ex ceedingly happy in its delineation. A combat at the concluding portion of the piece by these two character...

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 May 1856

EVENING STAR. MY NATIVE HOKE. Gay spring la seen in yonder glade, Her voice is b??ard la green-wood'? rhide, Where cheerily the cuckoo's strain N ow tells of Joy and hope again: But ab ! lta sweetest melody, Mast brlw fir other sc*ne? to m?, For sadly In these weeds I roam? Fare-well! to thee, ruy native home. Ye roeklands, where I oft have strayed. Ye woodlands, in whose cooling ahade My h eart was soothed by fancy's beam, Or Foeay's enraptured dream, When the Isst smile of sunny day, Was fading o'er those hills away, No more within those haunts 1 roam? Farewell! to thee, ray native home. 1 sigh for her whose form is laid Where the dark forest spreads Its shade; I sigh to leave the rocks so rude, In this romantic solitude; But tlgh and tear alike are vain. Fast tlmea will ne'er return again; Then sa<lly In these wilds I r*aui ? Fareweli to tbee, my native home. ARRIVALS AT PKIVCIPAL HOTXLS. Wi Hards' HiUI-i. ?. ft I, i. vilUKI J 6 Upham, 111 8 Tilllnghast, NH C Avery, ly. N Y J ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 May 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rtBLISHKD ETEKT AFTERSOO*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4t ik$ Sfr etmtr ?f ?vwmim mud F.Uv$ntk iiriit, By W. D. WALLACH, ?flit b* Ml red to*ub?er1beni b? carriers at 81* AN 1) A yUAKTKR CKWT?, payable weekly la the Averts; paper* served In packages at T% $fnt? per moo h. To mall attecrlbera the ?b ? riptloa prlre 1* THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY OEM TS ? T?T ?? *dv*ntt, TWO DOLLARS Ijr Riv juoath#, and ONE DOLLAR for three Months; f<-r lew thaa three months at the rate of i-1| c?nN a w>H>k. irr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE WEEKLY RAX. M u be fotuU la aay < in ?flit. titn. Slafle ?fj, per aaaaa ?? ftv. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 7, 1856. . A NO. 1,013. f <*> .tft oil Cava, mniuiiT m tinm. E7" Wetle eoplee (ta wrappeea) eea bepeeco ?t at the Master, immediate; y after the leeee of u e paper Price?Taaat Cants. PoiTKAiTiaa who art asareatawtv beaTlewtd of rweartv perent. otriciu* VtmuaT Dvaituit, Dae. l, is?. Notice Is hereby given to holders of stock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 May 1856

EVE-N-ING STAR. WASHINGTON C1TT WEDffllOiT May T? ICT Advertisements should b? banded la by U o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the nesct day. SPIRIT OF THS MORNING PRESS. Ill* Inttlhgtnor intimates its gratification on finding "Ion," of the Baltimore Sun, changing hie opinion as to the probability of the speedy recognition of the filibustering Government of Walker by the present Admin istration, and the alleged practical repeal of the United States neutrality law* to result from that act. We hare not been among those who have entertained the opinion that there was tha remotest possibility that, in the pres ent eondition of Central American affairs. Walker's Government will be aoknowledged as the real Government of Nicaragua by oar authorities. The Until takes the New York Evening Pit to task for intimating a willingness on the part of Senator Douglas to change the real iarae in tha approaching Presidential election. WASHINGTON NSW8 AND G068IP. finished, or at laaat r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 May 1856

EV ENING STAR. J.O( *L INTELLIGENCE. T?* Board or Alder*** met on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock Mr Pepper reported a bill to grade and pave the alley No. 728; passed. Mr Pepper reported a bill to grade anu pave tbe alley in square No. 530, passed. Mr Pepper reported back with an amend ment the bill from the Council authorising a gravel footwalk to be made on the south side of F street south from Ninth to Tenth street Amendment concurred in, and the bill as amended passed. Tbe bills from the Council for the relief of the Northern Liberty Fire Company, and to grade and gravel a portion of Tenth street west, in the Seventh Ward, were passed The bills trom the same Board for the relief of Charles Stewait, and for taking up and re laying the gutter on the north front of square No. 4SV, were referred to the improvements committee . ? . , The bill from the same Board for the relief of F. B. Poeton was referred to the claims committee. Mr. Smith introduced a bill to erect a mar ket house in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 May 1856

EVENING STAR. THE 80U>IE&S DREAM. ? T 1I1IWAX. I sat beneath an old oak tree. And watched the lesgtk'nlng shad*, Which the setting moon, behind the hill*, Upon the green award made. And a golden track of glory 1av fa beauty on the sea; Aa 'neath that oak ao hoary I thongh of Mary Lee. The weary tolling march waa o'er, And rhe hard fought leld waa won, And manv slept, who never more Would see the rlalng ana ; Bold veterans. with each manly breast Cover'd with glorious acars, Received that day when brave men pieet strip Beneath the stripes and stara I found It was la vain to 1 fry To pace my lonelv round: Bach footfall seemed a laDaby, The wind?a dreamy souna. And worn out with the many tolls 1 d undergone that day. My spirit, to the land of daeems, la alumber passed away. 1 dreamed that o'er that golden track That lay terras the aea, la cloud-like radiant angel robes, Came smiling Mary Lee; And she eald, ft tonee like Llnd'e blrd-trlll, Bat aweeter far, I think, ?'Thla fightin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 May 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rUBLISHKD EVKR.Y AKT? K^OOS, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tkt Simr Fundings, torntr ?/ Pinmtf Ivmmim mnii EUrtntk tlrt*I, By W. D. W ALL ACH, Will be served to snbscrlbers by carriers at 3IX AND A (QUARTER CENTS, p-yable weekly lo the Agents; papers served In packages at 77^ ? iat? per ir.onth. To ma'l subscribers the rob ??rlptlon price 1? THRKEDOLLAR9ANDFIF ?Y CENTS? ayear???^*a?fi,TWO DOLLARS Tor sir rr.rnth*, and ONE DOLLAR for three mtmtin; for lees than three months at the rate ef oents a week. l^TSINSLE COPIES ONE CENT. Cfbming VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1856. NO. 1,014. THE WEEKLY STAB. This excellent Family and News *lBla* a (ranter variety eftnteraetlBfraadlafthHl taa be fonnd 1b aay ether?U pabnshed ea letnr. 4a y Mernlaf villi. ?iBfieeepy, pmmmm m ?? nm r Its espies Tea copies Twenty copies CT" Casi, IRTABUUT IP AiriRCI. ILT" Single copies (In wrappers) ean be proo?i*d it the eounter, Immediately after the lesneef Ue paper. Piioe?Triib Cbhts. ...

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

EVENING STAR W ASHINGTOM CUT: THURSDAY May S, 19*6. IET Advertisements should be Landed In by If o'clock, ni , otherwise they may not ippcu until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union gives many facta in the history of recent events in Kansas, to prove that the boot is clearly cn the leg of the Abolitionists in that quarter. The Inttiltgencer mourns the death of the Hon. Wm. G. Dawson, of Georgia, late of the U. 8. Senate, that took plaoe suddenly a day or two since. His disease was neuralgia of tha heart. Book Notieee. From Franck Taylor, wo have " The Tan gletown Letter*," another of the everlasting 41 Uncle Tom" series The author undertakes to show up the various crazy "isms" of the day, with the exception of abolitionism, the crasiest cf them all, which he embraces with the liveliest ardor. The chapters are para graphed in the disjointed, spasmodic style, with stars, and exclamation points almost as fantastically aa 11 Tristam Shandy" or any of Fanny Fern's achiev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 May 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Firm ani> Accipbnt ?Yesterday afternoon while the companies of the fire department were attending the funeral of Mr- Benj. C. Grenup, the brick stable* belonging to Messrs. Shreeve and Dorsey were fired. They are sit uated on the lots next to the ruins of Mr. Shreeve's stable, which was destroyed by fire on Monday night The building occupied by Mr tshreeve was entirely consumed ; but that occupied by Mr Dorsey was saved by the ef forts of the few firemen who were on the spot, aided by the citizens. While the buildings were burning a rear wall fell and Mr Eben ?zer Lord, who was assisting the firemen, was caught under the falling bricks and roof. Several of the bystanders rushed in among the burning and crumbling ruins to his relief, at the imminent peril of their lives, but it was some ten or fifteen minutes before he could be rescued from his painful position, llis head was cut, his thigh fractured, and his hand and arm cut and burned. He was ta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 May 1856

EVENING STAR. TO LOUIS 1! Tbon knowest, dear friend, that I lore! My heart doth acknowledge thv sway . Thy smiles, did they only approve, Would cheer me along ray lone way. o lonely?ah ! lontly and s^d, ^hll? ethers "round me iregty; O, friend, would'st thoa make ray hsart glad, Go with me o'er life's cheerless way. 1 know that thy love is as pure As gold, by the ire well tiled ; O, could I but make It secure, Then-then won'd I call thee my bride. My pleasure would then be complete, In love would I *pend all mv days ; Thy counsel, a guide to my feet. To keep me In wisdom's bright ways. Then pilgrims for heaven we're bound, May angels attend as along; Time?1 line, ioil thy wearisome round. Our love thou shalt nly make strong. The evening of life then may close. The ties of our nature be riven, Then gladly we'll smile at oar woes, For safely we're landed in heaven WA?ai.iSToa,May 4,183?. J**?* ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTILf Wtlisr.lt1 !l?ui -i, i. k i. a. wiUiii J Rhodes, Va W A Wales 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 May 1856

THE EVENING STAR, rSBLIIHKD BVEHT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) A* Ikt Star BnU4\nit, romtr ef rtmuflwmi* ???'< f.'iimU rlrui, By W. D. WALLACH, W.P tv-n^ed tc auberribera by carrier* al(SIA AN" A QUARTER OK1MTS, poyable weekly *r tbe \Rents; paper* acr^ed In pa^kagea at e?'ntn pa inoma. To mail subscribe? the aob fcrtptlon price la THKFH DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ?* ^wiJWO DOLLARS for *lx nr. on tin, and ONK DOLLAR for tkne aaontba; for le? thnc throe nontba at tb? rata ?f cent* a weeb. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1856. NO. 1,015. talatag a ??? THX WEEKLY STAB. F?utru? Km J war Laaay va Sla?Uaopy, paiaaaaa ?! U ??nn? ??mIjJ"1 ?5 W warn? en TweatJ copw M ITT Oiii, wuiunt m tman. E^SlnKleooi>???(lawrappera)eaiibep??ea ad ?I tba counter. I nnaadlately after tbe taene of it? paper. PrJoe? Taaaa Cbrtb. Poor Kama a wl aooMDlHloa of twenty per eeat. orriciu? 7a?A?CET Dspartmi^t, Deo. 1,1859. Notloe Is hereby given to holder* of stocks of the Unlt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 May 1856

EVENING STAR. WASHIWGTOW CITY* V mi DAY Mat 9* 18". JJ7" AdTwttaeroeota should be handed in by 1* o'clock, m., otherwise they may not appear until the nest day. ? 7 SPIRIT or THE MOBNING PBESS. The Intelligencer says : " On the authority of a letter front Mexico, which it insert*, the Journal of Commerce states that our Minister to Mexico has tially Adjusted the terms of a convention with tha Ccmonfort Administration, by which wa are to acquire anotker slice of Mt.ican teiri torv? how Urge i? not stated, nor ihe price to he paid for it It is not, we hope, vhe revival of the fifty million purchase, whica waa said to have' been authorised or negotiated some time ago, but which was not consun mated." The Union says: 44 We publish to-day a very able article from the Boston Post, in answer to tbe assumption that General Pierce is not available in the nerthern States beoause of his being so closely identified with the Kansas struggle. It is due, alike to the northern Democracy and to all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 May 1856

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tax E\axisatiox or Philxxox T. Her pkrt fox Killing Thomas Keatihg?The examination was entered upon at foxr o'clock p m yesterday, in the guard room of the jail, before Justices Smith and Birch. The guard room and the hall were densely crowded by an anxious and excited assemblage of citi xtns. Californians, members of Congress, Ac , and at the windows outside and in front of the door were collected a large number of persons unable to gain entrance, but who lingered in the Ticinity and contented themselves with such surreptitious peeps us were obtainable through the barred windows. The prisoner entered accompanied by a number of friends, member* of Cougress. Cali f rnians, and others, lie is a medium sized man, but compactly built, with a well de veloped chest, and with a pretty determined look A small piece of black court plaster w s observable upon his nose, and a slight scratch upon one cbeek, and Lis clothes were considerably soiled The District ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 May 1856

KVENING STAR. BSILLIA1TT8. THE EXCEPTION. Ah : all things change on the earth. 1 ween, Facet and faith*, and friend* and (lowers, Nothing is a* it onoe hath been. For au thing* chaagi la this world ofonrs. The stream I lived for lu Jovot:?i tone Is sobbing beneath Iwicy chain, Restless and tossing, yet fettered down Like an aching heart 'neitha world-wise brain The tree that drooped o'er the many ewes. Vocal with bird *ongs in J uae'e blight dawn, Has ceased its sighing and lost iu leaves, The nest is shattered, the birds are gone. 0o I tarn awav from the dismal scene, And my soul repeats to my soul again? "Ail things change on the earth, I wkd, And nothing Is true but the hearts of men '" Florence Percy. TIME. Alas for human happiness ; Alas for human sorrow ! Our yesterday Is nothingness. What else will be our morrow ? Still Beauty must be stealing hearts, And Knavery stealing purses; Still cooks mu*t live by making tarts, And wits by making versee.?Protd. TRUE AFFECTION. Affectio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 May 1856

THE EVENING STAB, rVBLUHKD EVERY AFTEKNOOB, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4* 1*4 SI** Bnil4inc*,torn?* of (ritmi *ni Kltvtntk ttrtit, *7 W. D. WALLACE, Will be served to subscriber* bycarrVrs at SIX AND A Itl'ARfER CENTS, payable weekly ?o the A r puts; papers wrred In packages at 37)f aents per mouth. To mall subscribers the rob ? Jlptioa priceU THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year t*a^raaes, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three moaths at the rate ef cents a week. SIN OLE COPIES ONE CENT. vol. vn. THE WEEKLY STAB. WASHINGTON, D. C., saturday. may 10, 1S56. NO. 1,016. This exoellent Family and Neva Journal??oa *l*l*g a mater variety of lalerastlug readl n* thaa be found la any ether?Is pahllahed ea Satur Blngle aepy, per anaim 'MM. ?1 M *? eavaa Tea efp'w.l?M,,?,a??(,?a,(ai(aaMt(ll p pn Tvoity oeples. o? cr Caa?, iRTAkUBhT III aavaaea. nr Singleoopiee (la wrappers) can be preered ?t the counter, immediately after the lssae of u e paper. Price?Tarn ia ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 May 1856

EVEN 1NG STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY May 10,1*46. \l_T Advertisement* ohoulrl be handed In by 12 o'clock, m , otiierwlie they may not appear unttl I ha n?it day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNINO PRESS. Tho InttlhztnctT coutains no editorial to day. The Union show* that the anti-Nebraaka biil political leaders and press are reaponaible far the recent aaaaaaination of Sheriff Jone? WASHINGTON lfEWS AND GOSSIP Omrtelf.?We take the followirg paragraph from the Washington Organ, newspaper, of yesterday. AasarLT ?Tha editor of the junior organ of the administration was severely caned by Major Heiss, late of the aenior organ, yester day afternoon, in front of Willatd's Hotel Wo did n*>t learn the cacse of the attack. Wa have to say that this statement is wholly deatitnte of foundation in trnth The truth is as follow*, vi* : On going into Willard s to dinner oa Thursday afternoon and passing iu front of tho office, we were overtaken by John P. Heiss, who has recent ly returned from Nicaragua, (...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 May 1856

KVENfNtJ STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. JyRTMR ExAlMKATIOJ or Hon. PlIILKWO* T. llfcKRBUT pn* Killing Thovas Kbatug. I he examination was resumed yesterday af ternoon before Justices Smith and Birch, in the court room of tho Citj Hall. The pris oner was brought in shortly beforo fire o'clock, ?nd the examination proceeded with in the presence of a largo assemblage of citiscns and members of Congress. Mx. Bradley announced that the examina tion of witnesses for defence would not be en tered opon until tho testimony for the prose cution was concluded. Mr key, the District Attorney, stated that ibe only witness yet to be examined on the part of the prosecution was Mr. Du Iieis, the minuter from the Netherlands, and as foreign ministers were rot liablo to the ordinary pro cess of law. he had addrecsed a note to the secretary of State to requeat the attendance of Mr Du Bois. to which he had received the following answer: Dkpartmr*t or Statr, ) Washington. May 9, 1S5G. j To P. Barto!* Kit, Esq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 May 1856

EVENING STAR. MARY MAGDELEJE ? 1 M EST. Tf? the hall of the fewt com# the ainful and fhii; 8h* heard In the slty that Jeaus was there Unheeding the splendor that blazed on the board, She silently knelt at the feet of the Lord The hair on her forehead ao sad and so meek Hung dark o'er the blnahes that burned In her cheek. And so weak and so lowly she knelt In her shame It ie?med that her spirit bad fled from her frame. The frown and the murmur went round through them all That one so unhallowed should tread in that hall; And some said the poor would be objects more meet For the wealth of the perfume ehe poured on his feet She heard but her Saviour, she spoke but In sighs, And she dared not look up to the heaven of his eyes; And the hst 'asr* gushed forth with each heave of her breast, While her Hps to his sandals were throbbln^y pressed. In the sky. after tempest, as shineth the bow In the glance of the sunbeam aa it melteth the IBOW, He looked on the lest one; her tins are forgiven A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 May 1856

THE EVENING STAR, tl HLlfctl KU KVfcKT AKTKK.HHH. (KXCKPT SUNDAY,) At 14* Star KiiHufi tarntr ?f Ptmmsflmrnmi* ttd Itrnl, By W. P. WALLACE, *'L1 i>swft?d u> ?.?b* riberi byeaxrUrs at SIX AND A tfUARTKH CKN TS. payable weekl* lo tVe Afjer.fc; papers terred In package* at 37# e*nts per month. To mall subscriber* the nk ?-rt ptltn prlc^ Is YUKtK DOLLARS AND FIF * V" CKNIS a jrmr m *d*MU, TWO DOLLARS f r ?ix month*, and ONK DOLLAR for three nnnths; tor lem thaa three utoath* at the rite ef 1*# cents a week. inrSiNULK COPlhS ONE CKNT. THE WEEKLY STiiR Vfcla exeelleat FaaaJl?ud NrviJnrati- caa* e kreawr verVey ef latereatlac re*4U>K thaa eaa be fooad la aay other -1? pablUbed ?t Satur day Moral a* .. . **a??. ftiaiieeepy, pec aaaaa SI ?? VOL. VII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY. MAY 12, 1856. NO. 1,017. *? ?avaa. F eopta* ,,(( oe T(i oopiM..i>.?, ? en vweatr ceple* , r ?? we C7- Uasa, uthuui m iivtMi ICT Slayleoople* (la wrappara) caa be at tbe counter. Immediately after tbe laaoe ...

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