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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 September 1855

EVENING STAR. "Ctistom in 1779." T a fo P**1*1*. h Wife to the cow, SSWiiKBS: .:v-v-*a And your rents will be netted. j " Custom In 1833." *' Man tally ho, ??* r* *$ Miss Pl*ao, Wife Silk and Satin. Boy Grrek and Latin, And yoi'TT ail ba gatatted.'* > i > Answer to the Enigma in the Star of yes terday ; " Ajlaia, Thalia, and Eupbrosjna," the dao?rM#r9 t>T V?nu>. EaiaxA.?i :iia composed of twentj-seven letter*: My t>, isLsiJO. 23, 1$, is what all persons should have. ? 1 ?* Mjrli, lo, 1, i.t a email animal. My 7, o, 21, 12, is tho nauie of a captain in this city. My I, d, 27, 17. 2i. 26, was once a President of tkeso Unitad ;>iat.:s. My i."H. 22, 11, 14, il a name of a bird. ? My IS. 14, 23, fc?,a dog's name. My 18, 25, 4 9, 15, 10, is a girl's name. A' 7 16, 4 ti, ie also a girl'a name. My 6. 17, 10. 15, 25, 4, is a boy's name. My 5, 13, 4, 15, 25. was an officer in the British artny. My whole is an event that occurred in the Revolutionary war. H. , \ liBiUJHMixru ...

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. — 28 September 1855

THE E7E7TINQ STAR, [nBI.hHKD EVK.iy AFTERNOON, I (EXCEPT 9CNDAT,) If f%? Stu Bwi U*f*.t<rr**T fmiyiNM, ****** w4 BUnmtk strut, Bj W. D. WALLACE, JU be *vrt>d to soberribers by carrier* at 81* ? DA QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly 'be Agents; papers served Ln packages at 37% >ku per month. To null subscribers the sab .r'.ption price Is THREE DOLLARS AMD FIF . V CK.N TS a year ia mdtamei, TWO DOLLARS I t si* month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three for leu than three months at the rate of 1% cents t Wfek. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1855. NO. 854. THE WEEKLY STAB -Si;? ?) z, ssj Wojieoopy^ ?*??. ?'imu??.w?.B M Plveoopia. . ** ei-v? oo **?<7 copies ? o..., " " SiaglecoMea rim ? __! ^ eoMte'^RMnMia!^f,?2re^ 'J* ** P"Hunl paper. IW-'??5c?B\Yt*,U? PotTlIASTBMa Who act uamtaaiti ?_ a commission of twenty per ??* * IH l HTlRI. WILLIAM THOKflOM. ELVA.1I A THonrsun, DIALBXSIK AEDWA1*, COACH TBDCMING8, Ae., sis. 3-46 PfHB'Tlraala aveaie, .w??a .Vi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 September 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: FRIDAY AFTERJIW05I If^l. W. Aj)T*BTi8*M*5T9 should ba handed in by 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. ?^ SPIRIT 07 THE MORNING FRK88. The Union quote* passages in recent letter* from Senators Cass, Slide 11, and Thompson, of N. J., and ex-Vice President Dallas, wherein those distinguished public men express fears that Abolitioaism is making rapid progress towards a dissolution of the Union?and ar gues with much force to show that these gen tlemen have re .illy fair grounds for coming to such a conclusion. The Intelligencer presents its readers with the fallowing interesting summary of the for eign news; '-The Russian city of Sebastopol, after a conflict much more sanguinary than any that had signalized the progress of the war even in the Crimea, was on tho 8th instant captured by th? Anglo-French armies, after hariug en dured a renewed and most destructive bom bardment of three days' duration. i '? We yet have hat partia...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 September 1855

EV ENING STAR. LOCAL InX K LL1GENCE? Tbk Co?T*i?vno5?.?'The following is a list of those persons whose contributions bare been sent to Norfolk and Portsmouth by Chnbb First Comptroller'* Office?Hon. Elisha Whit tlesey, 520. J- Ramsey, 5: W. Anderson, 50c.; j no. i. Laab, 5; E M Whittlesey, 5; Thos. F Anderson 5; Brooke Maekall, 5; A. B ciixton. 5; J- T. W. Oura.nl 2 50; Thomas Johnson, 1; 0. T. Co*. 2 50; W. Ferguson, I; Elijah Ourand. 2 50, H. Sipe, 1. \Var Department?No names given, 570.75. Office of the Secretary of the Treasury?P. <1 Washington. SI3; Gilbert Rodman. 10; J. X Barker. 5; W M. Gouge, 5; A. B. Yotfhg. S w N Barker, 5: W. Hand/, 5; Charles Pettit, 2 50; H. Brewer, 4.50; H. P. C. Wil li5 Ph. V. R. Van Wyck, 4; C. M. Kid well, 2 50: W R. Blount, 4; W. W. Gaines, o p J. D Hogan, 5; J. Goldsborongh Bruff, Q cash 2- Many in this office have contributed i0 addition to the sums named?the total con tributions of the office amount to 5185. State Department?Edward Stubbs, $...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 September 1855

EVENING STAR. MASCULIffE AlfD FEMIWINE BT JAMES.sMlTU. In England. rivers are all male*? For instance. Father Thame*? ?^Vhoever In Columbia sails, . Finds them ruaa rust lies or dames Yes. thare the soft^i sex presides. Aquatic, I assure ye, And Mrs. Slppy rolls her tides Responsive to .Miss Souri. Classical Enigma.?I am cumposed of 23 letters: My 21. 7, 4, 10 is the God of War. My 8, 20, 13, 5 is a brother of Caracalla. My 9. 23. 2. 11 is a daughter of the Air. jly 19, 22 4, 7, 16 are the daughters of Nox. My 1, 14, 3. 7 is the mother of the San. My 8, 15. 18. 22 is a powerful citvof Utniria. My 17, 9, 4. 12, 18, 23. 22, 11 is the Latin for complete. My whole is what we are all now sympa* thi?ing. Solon. The Love-Lorn Loafer.?Few persona bare gone through Broadway, for a year or more f>a.?t. without meeting a small, dirty, pitiable ticking object, with long, disheveled locks, and face covered with filth-begrimmed hair, but always with a cigar in hid month. His name is Edward Car...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 September 1855

WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1855 THE EVEOTNG STAR, PUBLISHED KVKRY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 tkt Star B?ildi*gl,corn*r of Ptn%sylva*i* ?*???< **4 EUvtntk strttt, B y W ? D ? W ALL^CH, Will be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*; papers served In packages at 37* sent* per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLAR8AND FIF TY CENTS a year in adva.nct, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of I cents a week. IZT SINGLE CORKS ONE CENT. I its a 1LVAHS. WILLIAM THOXYSOB. ELVANS * THOMPSON, DEALERS IS aA2D3TAES, coach raiMiirGS, u., No. 326 Penn rivauia avenue, kitwtm Ninik ani Tt> k sis, Waski*gtontD. C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE." Britannia, German Silver, Albata and Silver PI*. ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Sarvers and Forks, Steels, Knives with and with out Forks Brass, Britannia, Block Tin and Plated Candle sticks, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 September 1855

EVENING STAR. r " J ? aaBBJM???????? WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY A FT BR If ?OH Ityl. M. THE WEEKLY STAR. The camber for this week contains it* usually interesting variety of home and foreign intel ligence, (including the Naval Retired List, frcm the official record,) together with ohoioe relectionsof brief tales, anecdotes, etc. Terms, $1 25 * year, or three eenta for a single number, In wrapper*, for mailing. SPIRIT OF THE X0RNIN6 PRESS. The Union illustrates the bigotry and in tolerance cf Enow Nothingism by the contents of a recent Enow Nothing publication, styled the " American Almanac." The lnttlligmetr is filled, for the most part, with commentaries on the fall of the south side of Sebastopol, from London letters and English newspapers, which, as a matter of course, dis cus the cubjcet in a way to oreate the im prc?sicn that it practically finishes the whole contest. PERSONAL. .... Hoc. Thcs. H. Bayly is now at Lynch burg, V*., still stffering greatly in health. It is considere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 September 1855

evening star. local intelligence. Rblibp ? It is with pleasure we state thai the citizens of Washington hare nobly respond ed to the appeals from Norfolk and Portsmouth in behalf of the sufferer* by the yellow fever. We hare no means of ascertaining the precise ?mount to cheerfully contributed, but express our belief that they have given as much as, if not more, in proportion to population! than any other community. This Is, to wy tne least, highly creditable to their generous im pulses, apart from their duty to alleviate the distresses of their plague-stricken neighbors. All elawes and conditions have nobly re sponded to the appeals, and little children, even, touched with a becoming sympathy, have denied them-elves, and made their pecuniary ?offerings. One Sabbath-school contributed thirty dollars?a fact that is eloquent of their charity. Amid the general sympathy, no political nor sectarian feelings have been discornable; all have been alike influenced in the good work; presentin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 September 1855

EVENING STAB. A SIMILE. Slowly, slowly op the will Steals the sunshine, steals the shade, Evening damps begin to fkll, Round me, o'er me. everywhere All the sky is grand with clouds, And athwart toe evening air Wheel the swallows home in crowds. Shafts of sunshine from the West Paint the dusky windows red: Darker shadow's deeper rest, * nderneath and overhead. Darker, darker, and more wan I? my breast the shadows fall; V pward steals the life of min. As the sun shines from the wall, From the wall into the sky, F roin the roof along the spire j Ah, the souls of those that die Are but sunbeams lifted higher. Awswers.?To the Enigma in Thursday's Star : 44 The death of Guneral Montgomery. ' To the Enigma in yesterday's Star : " The ravages of the epidemic." Eiic.*a.?I am composed of 15 letters: My 3, 14, 12. 6, 2, 1?, is by many the de sired fate of the Allies. My 1. 15, 2. 4, 13, Is a character favored by the Allies. My 3, 9, 7, 11,5, are roreties among the Allies. My 2. 12, 6, 4, 3, 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 October 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTEKIOO.1, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) it tlu St*r Bmiidimgt.ttmtr of Ptnmtflmmmim ?****? md Elevtntk ttrttt, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be served to subscribers by carrier* at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly tothe Agents; papers served In packages at 37# cents per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY C^NTS a year inadvancs, TWO DOLLARS for six months, anu ONE DOLLAR for three montho; for less than three months at the rate of lijl rents a week. tlTSlNULE COPIES ONE CENT. ? ? ?l)cnntg VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. G, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1855. THE WEEKLY STAB. This excellent Family and News Jo?imal?oc*^ talnlng a greater variety of interesting reading thai oon be found la amy other?is published on Satur day morning. .. , ratio. Single copy, pm annum ... _ to etvta. Five copies. ?f 00 Tec copies e 90 Twenty oopici..................?...?.......IS 90 ET Cast, iHTA.au.aLT it abtarci. LLT" Single copies (la wrappers ^ can be pm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 October 1855

evening star. \7 A 8HIHOTOlf CUT: aOJIDAT AFTERNOON October 1. ts? Adtieti?*mb*i? should be handed in b7 A3 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The In tell ig*nc*r quotes a Dumber of the English papers to show the state of feeling in Ergland over the victory before Sebastopol, siying: "No event since the day of the battle of ^ tterloo bu produced such undisguised ex pressions of satisfaction throughout the Bri tish empire. In every town and city of im portance there were bonfiros, illuminations, and public rejoicings at the news. The Lon don press is jubilant at the victory. The Timet regards it as little short of the accom plishment of the objects of the war. The Ga zette declares that "the fall of Sebastopol is tho fall <;f Russia," and thinks that '? such a blew to Russia is the destruction of her pre*' and will do more to enfeeble her armies and enervate her resources than a hundred victories in the open field." The Pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 October 1855

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. Pabom's Concert on Saturday eight, as ?? anticipated, was fully and fashionably at traded; every seat, nearly, being occupicd. The perforaanec* of the distinguished artistes emphatically met the expectations of the audi tory. if we may ju-lge by the earnest, enthu siastic. ?ud repoatci expressions of applause with which they were severally greeted. We bad heard all those who took part in the (rtrcert, fare Signor Le -nardi, cn a former oc f?sion. but on this they roee superior to their previous rff ?rts. being in better musical condi tion. and performing their respective parts iu wh a manner ns clearly to evidence a deter mination to win the approving plaudits of the listeners. We imy say with truth, that they oa Saturday night erj >ved a glorious triumph. M He l'ar>di, though singing delightfully all the pieces announced for her in the pro gramme. executed the celebrated variatiors ) .ii bravura, "C.irini -enti un Pocho," with iaeffably grati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 October 1855

EVENING STAR. Answer to the Enigma in Saturday's Star : " Sobastopol taken." Biblical Enigma.?I am composed of 66 leters: My 57, 31, 48, 40, 59, 63, 61, 25, 23, 8, 50, 4, 15, 30, is what doctors profess. My 20. 30, 43, 53, 13, 9, 36, 11, 44, 55, is what all parent* may have. My 11. 5, 24, 27, 33, 29, 3, 21, 42, 9, 17, 26> 31, 28, id where all persons should see their children on Sunday. My 66, 59, 21, 14, 3S, 30, 60, 49, 64, 56, 24, is what they experieifco at Norfolk and Ports Mouth. My 32. 28,4, 37, 41, 52, 30. 16, 26, 15, 30, 6. 47. is what all should avoid. My 12 65, 61, 18, 23, 1, 37, 62, 38, 58, 51, is what all should seek. My 19, 8, 21, 35, 58, 2, 34, 9, 39, 14, 50, 13, 58, 56, 52, is what parents too much indulge. My 22. 20, 57, 57, 41, 52, 47, 24, 24, is irtiat all may enjoy. My whole is an excellent motto found in the Bible. Rave*. Ortolan.?The Upper Marlboro' Gazette states that tho " gunners are having fine sport in shooting this delicious bird on the Patuxent river. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 October 1855

the evening star, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTER.XOO51, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tki Star B*H<ii***,torM4T ?/ riutjriiMii art*ut and Eltctmtk strut, Ej W. D. WALLACH, fV'lU bf sarred to subscriber* by carriers at SIX A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agent*; papers served In packages at 37* ara? Per mont^' r? mall subscribers the sub jcrtpdonprlceUTUREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CbNTS a ywr m adei%?e?, TWO DOLLARS got ?lx month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oath*; for less than three months at the rate of cents a week. ^SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1855. the W] LY ST ail NO. 857. This excellent P ami It and N?ws Journal??a?^ talnlng a greater variety of Interesting reeding thaa can be found In lay other?Is published oa Satur day morning. VIUU. Single copy, per annum ...tl 00 TO CLVM. Five copies 11 00 Ten copies 8 00 Twenty copies ???.16 00 IHT Cash, inrnuiLT m asvaxcv. UZT Single copies (In wrappers) ^aa be prooured *be eouirer, Immediately after the Issue of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 October 1855

evening star. WASHINGTON CITY: Tl BSDAY AKTKR^O^l October a. Ci' AnvianseiiaKTS should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M , otherwise thej may noi ap pear until the next day.. WASHINGTON NEW8 AND GOSSIP. The Enow Nothing Meeting, last night, at the Navy, Yard wad well attended, soma fir teen hundred or two thousand persons being present, four or five hundrod of whom came down in procession with transparencies and music from other wj?.rds of the oity, accompa nied by a swivel, which ever and anon "woke the babies in the neighborhood. The spot cho?en was in front of the Ana:ostia engine house. where a commodious and substantial stand duly erected and decorated wit i the u.-ual crowd-lrawing insignia of apoliti cal meeting at night in the open air. Tho of ficers of the meeting were as follows : President?(.icorge R. Wilson. , Vice Presidents?James M. Dorscll, 1st do. : John Wilson, 2d do. ; Jn8. W. Davis, 3d do. : Middle ton Birckhead, 4th do. ; John McCau ley, oth do.; William Hutchinson, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 October 1855

EVENING ST aii. "local intelligence. Citt Councils.?Boirdof Aldtrmrn.?Tho Board met last evening at seven o'clock, and was called to order by the President. After the reading of the journal, an effort was made to relieve the absentees of the last electing from tho payment of the fino imposed by law. The Chair decided that no fine of the kind could be remitted without the action of both Boards. The following communications from the Mayor were laid before the Boarl: One containing communications from tho Ma.^rs of Norfolk and Portsmouth; ordered tu be spread on the docket. One relating to tho canal; referred. And one communicating the approval of cer tain acts. An act from the other Board fur the relief of B. W. Dove was passed. An act authorizing tho erection of an a-eh ou North Capitol street was also passed. An act relating to the hire of 'carta and horses at a per diem compensation was re ferred. . An act authoriiing tho M.iyor to cxccuto a law relating to tho purchase of certain ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 October 1855

EVENING STAR. THE LANGUAGES. BY ERSE T JOJIES. Greek's a harp we love to hear; f.a'in it a trumpet cleir; ?w p^ni- h like an organ swells; Italian ring* Its br dil bells; Franca, with many a frolic mien, Tunes h?r sprightly violin; Loud ihe German rolls hi* drum YY'he.i Kim.a's tla bins; cymb Us come : But Bri'-ai ?'a sons tny well rejoice, Tor Eigli^h is the hiuiian voice. Answer to the Enigma in the Star of ye? t-Tday : '? Train up a child in the way he fb ^Uii go, and when he is old he will not de part from it." K*jgma.?I am composed of 27 letters : My 12, 3, 26. 7. 16. 2, is a groat blessing. My 11, 1, 5 27. 24, are very numerous. My 17, 13. 3, is a girl's name. My 2o, 10, 6, 7, 17, 27, was a noted Ameri ca:! g^iicril. My 20, 17, is a word often used. My 15, 6, 24 is very useful. My 27, 6, 14, 23, is an ornament worn by ladies ;md gentlemen. Aly 4. 13, ly, is what all people mast do. My 21, 22, is a preposition. My whole is one of the b< at papers pub lifted. IlANSOJf. EP^X. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 October 1855

Til 3 EVENING STAR, ri iiLisiiKu every Arri'KXuu.i, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ji tk* Stv BmildiHzs.cormer of ai-'nut **d tiieventk strut, By W. D. W A L L A CH, Will be served to subscriber* by carriers at SIX AND A 4UARTER CEMTrt, payable weekly lii the Agents; papers served In packages at 17% een -t per mouth. To mall subscribers the 6Ub grr.pii >n prl.-els THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN TS a year iw a^rai??, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three m^tLs; for less than three months at the rate of li# cents a wet-k. IZT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1855. NO. 858. THE WEEKLY STAR. This excellent Familv and New* JoamrJ?col"} talnlng a greater variety of Interesting readln. thaa can be found la any other?!? published on Satur day morning TIIII. Suigle oop,, per annum tl 00 TO Cllll. Flweoplf* (S ?? Ten cople* s <*' Twenty copies ....15 w> iZT Cash, in variably in adtincs. \ZT" Single copies (In wrappers) can be procured at the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WED1IIDAY AFTERXOOH ..OtUbtr 3. ^ tr adtbrtiibmwts should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. STIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union pnblishe? extracts from the re cent speeeh of Governor Seymour, at Tamac ny Ilal!. which it praises heartily, deolaring that it occupics, on the slavery question. the ground cn which the Hards and Soft? might and should u: ite. "We find iu the Union, also, the complimentary Fpeechca delivered on the presentation, to the President, of Don Al fonso Eicalant*. the new Spanish Minister, and further extracts from other papers laudatory of the President and Senator Douglas. The Union, under the head of ''Interesting from Centrr.1 Auieiica?The Central American Re public Established," fills a column and a half with extracts from the newspaper of Kinney and his free booten, wherein their filibuster ing movements are painted off in most attrac tire colors. The lnt?llisrm~*r thus lumi u...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 October 1855

vening STAR. intelligence. I b i?nor C0*"05 Cocndil ?This branch If our city goverrment met on Monday, at 7 tek'ck- P m" ^^ding of the journal Kr??with. I jj0 quorum being present, Mr. dementi ?Boved that the Board adjourn; and the yeas lied n3VJ being demanded thereon, it was de I jjri in the negative, as follow*, (a quorum rearing before the call had been g?ne Itbroagh with :) I Yfv<? Messrs. Abert, Clements, and the I pre<i?i*Dt?3. I N*ys?Messrs. Ball, Fisher, Jefferson, Me It'uichen. Orme, Peters, Ruff. Towles and l.\ ker?9. I Xbe President presented the petition of Al lien?. Dorsey, asking permission to stall a [?ci;: line adjoining his stable : referred. jlr. Walker, from the committee on im Iprvveaents, reported the bill from the Board Iff Aldermen, entitled 4'Anact authorizing an lilley to be laid out in square Sj. 488;'' laid i Mr Peters, from the committee of claims, I reported the fallowing bills ' A bill fr m the Board of Aldermen for the f -eliof of B K. Momll; A ...

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