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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1854

EVENING STAR. . BY ITX- OLAWD BOCBNK. I have December in mjr heart, And piareing winds blow cold and keen? They rudely rend the rohe? apart, Io whickmy spring-time Hope wu teen. With froety hand* I strive to v?ind The scattered things aroor.d my frame? And some broad oak to rfct behind, To wake fiy lov$-flue's dyinf flame. In my bright greenwood I behold The once-loved trees all stripped and bare. And shivering, I endure the cold, Leafless, like them, in my despair. The hills which once I loved to climb In buoyant toil, with Hope in view. Have lost the spirit's summer time, And wear a drear, unwelcome hue. My soul's wide fields of ripening grain, That promised golden harvests all, Are blighted with untimely rain, And scorching droughts, and sere-brown fall. The silver stream that flowed along In Joy's bright day, a flashing tide, Is frozen; and the boatman's song Is hushed?my oar is laid aside. The tree where once I gathered fruit Creak with the pain of frosted limbs, And sitting at...

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 December 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (ixcirt SUNDAY,) At the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania arenne and Eleventh street, By WAIiLACH A HOPE, Will be served to robnribcni in tho cities of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTFH CBNTP, paya ble weekly tn the Agents. To mail anbscribezp the mbscnpuon price ia THREE DOLLARS AND F1PTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS lot SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR far THREE MONTHS. oorias oxa VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1854. NO. 607. Un UKKTAKJUtS, *C. O OABINET MAKES 4 UNDERTAKER uniemlTn-d would rertx^tfully inform hii X friend*, aoqaaintancep. an-1 the public generally rhat he still continue* to exacute til orders in by line of baslaees in the beat manner ar a *t the ?hc-t ts* notice. ?J??KT?IiIi,VP Promptly exwrntod. Fi'flKRAJiS to At ? rr~ tt^nshcrtaet node?, and in the best ~ I ilp? p^rW hi Miner. Bodiex praervvi in V14 matt perfc* man rer, am *n (htt to<vrr%rrt...

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 December 1854

Washington city. TUESDAY AFTERNOON December 12. Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash ington. Persons at adistan* wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, I*o. 114, Market street. Baltimore by Herrt Tatlob, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitsmillhr Alexandria, Va., by Wm. F. Carre, No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va., by Smith A Fore, Nqs *50 Broad street, and 194 Main streef JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job R1NTIK0' Wlth neatness and dispatch on very fa. Card/.p toDJ0l r-nting. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The defends the Hon Mr. Clingm.n from the attack! of North Carolina Whig edi tor., reminding them that when Demoer... ?ee. their party in that state to become Whig,, they ahower the but office, 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. — 12 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thb Cocscils?-Board of Atii*rm$n.~? Last ?veniag, the board met at the usual hour. Mr. Hill la the chair. An invitation from the Franklin Fire Com pany to the board, to attend a trial of their new motion, was laid before the board; laid on the table An act to make a gravel footwalk on the west side of Sixteenth street west, from K to M street north, from the lower board, was passed. The report of the Intendent of the Asylum for the last month was laid before the board; laid on the table. The chair laid before the board the bill tor the relief of Mrs Louisa Wadaworth, re'umed from the lower board, which had non-concur red in the amendment thereto made by this board, (which said amendment increased the appropriation is the bill from $900 to $800 ) Mr. Magruder, moving to insist on the amendment, addressed a few remarks to the board in favor of that motion; board insisted Mr. Fitipatrick, rising to a question of priv ilege, corrected an error in the St...

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 December 1854

EVENING STAR. ERIH. fFrora an old Irish newspaper dated 1797.] When Erin first roep from the dark swelling flood, Cod bless'd the green and law it was good; The Emerald of Europe it sparkled and shone In the ring of the world the most beautiful stone. In her sun, in her aoil. In her station thrice blest. With her back towarde Britain, her face to the west, Erin standi proudly insular on her steep shore, And atrikes her high harp midst the ocean'a deep roar. ' But when its soft tones seem to mourn and to weep. The dark chain of silence is thrown o'er the deep] At the thoughts of the past, teara gush from h? r eyes, And the pulse of tha heart makes her white bosom rise. O sons of green Erin, lament o'er the time When religion was war, and r>ir country a crime, When men in God's image inverted his plan, And moulded their God in the image of man, When the interest ot state wrought the general woe, The stranger a friend, and the native a foe; While the mother rejoiced o'er ber childre...

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. — 13 December 1854

THF FY FINING STAR PUBLISHED FTTEF.Y AFTERNOON, {WVTgn SUNTUT,) A' \h* Star rorrttr F*nnjylvan\a avfinv* arvi Eleventh strsst, By WAI.LACD Ac HOPS, ^ :I1 b" 8*>rvt*d to mb#cnb"n in t*?? of \\wh in tun, G^xfeiown, Alexandria, Baltimore and I'Lila de ^iua, at SIX AND A QUARTER. CENTS, paya M< weeU y y> the Agoir*. To mail mbscribert th* ?ascription price w THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a your in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tw THRF.F. VfOXTHf. OQ^Sikaib cofiis <ji*? Oxt. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1854. u rs Di-KTAKEftS, &c. OABlNiT MAKER ^UNDERTAKER. Ff n? ur lersi;;n~l wculd r'hp^otftxlly inform LJ? 1 frien J?, ac i?jaintan5?8, ?rd tb? public generally u> t h? still continu"* to ssecute all order* in his Ui ? of bnainss > in the b*ai oncer ard it the eLort Mt ??Otic-. IPAIH.1 If3 cstt'y ttdpromptlyesecntsd. Fl MkHALS att nd-d to at -- -m i the hortert noti*. acl In Ifce Wl "SSa^yssg^rST bu ~.n?: praerMU the me-! ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 December 1854

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. .Decamber 13. Agent* for the Evening 8tar out of Wash ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its feme, can ba accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Botlir, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hknrv Taylor, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmillkr. Alexandria, Va., by Wm. F. Cars*, No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Kicfcmond, Va., by Smith A Fork, Noa. 150 Brond street, and 194 Main street. Charlottsville, Va., James V. Manni q, Franklin hotel. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owens, No. 70, High street. JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at ?? ay moment to execute every description of ob Printing, with neatness and dispatch on t ry reasonable term3, from Cards up to B jk Printing. We are now ready to serve all ?,t & moment's warning SPIRIT OF THE HOENING PEESS The Union urgos the party to stand by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 December 1854

EVENING ST a "p ~^CIE Hon of the Wedey cSSR10*'"~Th* ?xhibi* of tinffin? ?,red- ex?rcises consisted Uj. ckUd^.l^Zi well executed; and where all aoouittSthJIT &"ariK3'?'SsS SsS?1???S55W5 ujij *adl??ce to sustain the eflor*- *w" ?hildren to establish ladmo^n / . \ of their i, j -?e useful abraueh their homi, ^ ^at#don Capito1 Md in tneir home mission operations Hia addra? " *?jj r??e'*^' and dr?w from the audience ??reral hundred dollars - a much larger amonn? then usual for such occasions Amongth! m! tributions was one of five dollars from W??uJ States Senate ^'"ftTe uS^d of th? Hrl Mafl rreaent') a life-mem a n?5v ,u ",otE? Missionary dociety <>A S- ,K.I,lth,,Dg gav? d<>??rs to mike out of the scholars suarne not recollected) a mem ber of the lame society L A reporter of the Sentinel and fialtimofe Clip* j-er,> waa aiso made a iife-member A lar?? ban bVn th? fch?,irs wer? made life-mem bers by persons in the audience ; among others we may mention a child of the ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 December 1854

EVENING STAR. THE GERVAW EKIGBA.WT'8 FAREWELL SONG. 'Irans/ated from the (strman by A. Rotifer. Vow farewell, yc lovely meadow*, Ye greenwood*, we're westward bound; Near the "father of the waters," Our new homesteads we shall find. All our rivers, Elb and Weaer, Danube south, old Rhine to north, Pour their waters unrelenting, [n the ocean forth and forth. An<l we follow thus our rivers. Led by freedom's love so strong; For the Emperor Barbarossa's Mountain slumber wears too long*, But to save our noble birthland, With the freeman's mighty sword, We shall cross again the ocean, Once more to redeem our word. When again old Barbarosea Out?teps from hia mountain's might,' He will call his far off soldiers, For the last and holie?t fight, With the black, red, golden standard. On the shore he will us mee', Answering-^mr star spangled banners From our masts the hero greet. Know Nothings in Brooklyn.?One of the Know Nothing societies in Brook lyn have published a series of resolutions d...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 December 1854

-FTIBUFHFD * ( THF EVENING STAR RVRRY AFTERNOON, sottdat,) /< lA* .V<y?r Buildings, earner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALf.4fn <Se noPK, WiM I* wrvi>?1 to ?ah?crihfra in th? riii'-s of WmV k ioa,0*w*?.cwn, Alexandria, Baltimore anil Phfla* d ;>hU, at H!X AND A VjUARTBR CENT?, paya b ? wp?-kly to the Agenfa. To mail rabscribcn tb? ?ir*erip?jon uric* ?* THREE DOLLAR8 AND flPTYCENTaa y?ar in advance, TWO DOL L \R3 for 9IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR h r THREE MONTHS. O^Sinou conn on ?tw. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1854. NO. 609, UNDERTAKERS, &o. ( ABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. Fj'HK undersigned would r*?p<v*fally inform hU friend*, acquaintance-1, ?nd the public generally t'.at he ftCl continues to ezecuta all orders la hu t a* of busluws In the beft naoc?T tu J the short est no hoe. RKPAIRIKO neetlyudpromptlyexecuted. Fl'.f KRAIiS tttendHI to at ?IX t**e shortest nrtlee, and la th? be?t j i ?? ? anner. R>difj prtj'.-vi tn t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 December 1854

evening star. WASHINGTON PITY: THURSDAY AFT RBHOOH.. ..December 14. Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash, ington. Persons at a distanje wanting the Dailp Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be acoommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. E. But lip. No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hexby Tatlor, Boo Irta Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmillki . Alexandria, Va., by Wm. F. Carhb, No. CO King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksbnrg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va., by Smith A Fori, Noe. 1.' 0 Broid street, and 194 Main street. Charlottsrille, Va., Jambs V. Mamhiko, Franklin hotel. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owehs, No. 7(<, High street. JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at a: * moment to execute every description of J> t Pristibg, with neatness and dispatch on ve ' reasonable terms, from Cards up to Bo. : Printing. We are now ready to serve all, a moment's warning. SPIRIT OF THE M0RNIN3 PRESS. Ihe Intelligencer expresse...

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 December 1854

EVENING START local intelligence. ! Covoress akd orR City ?Our readers are E'ati led, indeed, to learn that the House of epresentativea hss set apart three days of next week for the consideration of business re lating to the District of Columbia, and indulge the hope that these three days will be really business and not taU-ing days. If so, mueh may be done to promote the interests of our community. In Tiew from the ?indows of the Senate Chamber, without the city limits, and forming the boundary between the District and the State of Maryland, rises a mountain ridge occupied by a numerous and increasing population worthy of consideration for their moral standing, daily and faithfully perform ing their duties as citizens, but destitute of means to educate and fit their children for progressive usefulness and a due participation in the common privileges of our republican institutions. Congress has generously aided some of our colleges and a?yluma. Municipal bounty has established nnd s...

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 December 1854

A PRBII Y FOOT TtotM mada in ? U4r*a to*. And wdlth? ladles knew it? And she who ha? ft pretty on* Is pretty Mire to enow ltj At times you, too, are martyred by The wkert little ancle Thi? shoots an arrow through the aye*, Within your heart to rankle. Of course you turn your mc wide. And all your blushes stifle, F?# wall yon know she's not aware, fler skirts are raised a trifle, And shfMld you think she might perchance Have on a loosened gaiter, Your fingers itch to play the pan Of hone??t lady's waiter. Tflonjh tantalized till he is c-azed? Stark mad with wild romancing, Tim v\ itching foot along his brain, A t ousand waltze,s dancing, The while it merely lightly p its, As thoughtlessly ?he may move it No modest man would dare to dream There is a leg above it But when it trips along the street, Through winds and mud and vapor, By sheer accident you see How beautiful he taper; And as it steps upon the walk. Ami' st the crowd to mingle, Two roguixh eyes look up and say, ?1 wonder if ...

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 December 1854

TUf- KVFtfING STAR rrw.T?HCD EVERY AFTERNOON, mwu,) :u ih? Strtr h'silding$y comer Pennsylvania ~i *nir+ iv.i Ef-ventk street, tir w * M,<rn a hopk, vvrf! ' i ?'rve?i to nbscr l?'-ra in to Wafh *??'imiiwwt:, Alriap.lria.Baitim ,w un-li'Lila* ? i .. . -?!!?|.< AND A QUARTKl CENTS, pays e > * ?<?? 'Jc Ap-nts. To mail gnbsciibeiu tta* fljK;,. rjrttioa price i? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY TSNTSi year in idrWH*. TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR >r THREE VfONTn*. Cophs ons CM XT. VOL. IV WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1854. UNDERTAKERS, &c. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER^ "PiT"! eni->rVTnri irnU roep^fnlly irform hie Mend*. ac^ae'niaacv, scd the public generally .nat he sJ^ll eontln-.J?* to execute al! orders in bA Un? of busine*? In the rc?rr?*j ?^4 at tberhsrt sst uottee. RKPAXI&IIfQ niatlv a~d r'rpsutt!y exertted FrT!?ft;^Ar#?: stt?ied f> ?t ?a? . the sbortsst rotk-c ?~1 !n the Vst J*?" jpT TZ-&3 manner. Bo-iitt prtsrrtnJ in thz wr-si pe...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 December 1854

EVENING STAR. ^ASBiyOTOy CITY: 5BIOAY AFTERJfOOS .....^December 15. Agents for the Evening Star oat of Wash ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, cm be aoeommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Bctlk*, No. Ill, Market street. Baltimore, by Henry Tatlok, Sun Iron Buildings. Carper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitxmillbr. Alexandria, Va., by Wm. F. Cars*. No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va., by Smith A Fork, Nob. 150 Broid street, and 194 Main street. Charlottsville, Va., James V. Manning* Franklin hotel. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owkns, No. 70, High street. JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Pbixtiyr,, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable term?, from Cards up to Book Printing We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning SPIRIT OF THE M0BNIN3 PRESS The Intelligencer says that the British b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 December 1854

r? 'EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE~ A Ramble Through the Washington Vary Yard?No. 1. No member of either branch of our Na tional Legislature?no sojourner or visiter at the Metropolis of the Union?no oitisen who contemplate* with pride the growing power of oar gallant Navy?should fail to glance through the Washington Navv Yard. It is a miniature world of Science, Art, and Indus - try. It is embellished w?fh enduring monu " mtnts of the genius, skill, and ta^te of our honest and hardy mechanics. It is avast and ?cried school, wherein the learned and inge ni us may be edified and interested, the un learned anl inapt instructed and improved The Navy Yard is the very life of the south eastern section of our city. It may be likon ?d to a great heart, throbbing in the besom of the Sixth Ward, and imparting to it energy activity, omfort, and happiness. Its influ ?tces are seen and felt in the numerous neat ar.d unpretending dwelling? that surround it, ? cheered by the presence of happy an...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 December 1854

EVENING STAR. ffOK Till BT4H. " We'll all mNt Again in the Morning!" BY H. n.AT r*EK?3. "It was a beautiful exclamation of a dying child - as the red ray* of the sunset streamed on bim through tha window?"Good bye, Papa! good bye ! Mam i has come for me to-night?don't cry Paj-a, i We'll all meet again in the morning ."?and tfic h??*rt of that father grew lighter under its burden, for somethi >g assured him that his little angel had zona l>ack to the bosom of Him who said, "Suf'41 huie* children to come unto m*, for of such if t c kingdom of heaven." Oh wild is the tempest and dark is the night, But soon will the daybreak be dawning; Tlien the friendships of yore Shall blossom once more, we'll all mtet again in the morning: Art tbnu doomed in a far distant region to roam, To meet the cold gaze of the stranger; Dos't thou yearn for the smiles of the loved 01. is at home, While thou pray'gt God to shield them frem dr .i ger, Ah! the night of tl?e waters may shadow i >y form, Y...

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 December 1854

WASHINGTON, tTHP EVENING STAR D8U wn etbrt attcrnoon, (WJPm tfUXDAT,) - At St-ir Hnil-Ungp, comer Pennnrlmmum ?'ver " - Mr w*i.mc:? 4- hope, Wfl he srrveti t" tabarrft?r* m tti? cHi ? Jt?* hup "wo, Alexandria,rVit? Mf ia, at s=tX AND A QUAETKR UE^Tfl, paja M? v. r.^aiy o t&<? A*?.????. To mail rabscrlber* th?J Mbi iripuon arice i-? THREE DOLLARS AJflu rir nr CENTS a year in arfwMa, TWO DOL ?LAI * ff?r 81X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fcr THREE HOVTHS. ftrj-Stjioi* conw o*a OB** D. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1854. ? NO. 611 UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER k UNDERTAKES. rpnS"Und?r?5>;n#(i would reepoctfatty Inform hii I fHeai*, and the public genarally (w ho still opttlnues to er?ut3 all orders in hie llai of businsas is th? beat maorer ir.d a* the abort * rotlee. B3fiP%iR(no neatly *rdpromptly executed. WTJMfC It A'jSI Shaded to t* ? the ,hcrt??t notk?. and in the best m. feiivprutrvcd in the metiftrfccl man ryn in the vnxrmat mvlhrr. *o*nkf-Jft>T pa*t favors, he would respeetftfly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 December 1854

EVENING STAR. Washington city: SATURDAT AFTEBN001T ? ? ? ?Dcombw 16 Agents for the Evening Star ont of Wuh> ington. A'ersoa? at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after it* issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, bjE. S. R. Bftlkb No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hjcnby Taylor, 8nn irw Bnildiogs. Harper's Ferry, by Arcqibald Kitzmillkb. Alexandria, Va., by W*. F. Carbr, No. 6f King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Richmond, Va , by Sxith A Fori, Nos. 15 B.-o-.d street, and 194 Main street. Charlottsville, Va., James V. Max*?* Franklin hotel. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owbhs, No. 7( liigb street. At Orange Court House, Va., D. H. Va Pet.t. At Staunton, Va., Thus. H. Grrsham. At Gordonsville, Va., G. A. Miller JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at a~ moment to execute every description of J. Pristiso, with neatness and dispatch on ve reasonable terms, from Cards up to Bo< Printing We are n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 December 1854

I Evening- star. LOC AL INJTE l l IGeIfCB. A Ramble Through the WwaingtOa Navy Yard?No 2 ^ e will now visit THR MACHI5ISTS' ?EPARTME!?T Eft*? di"c?on ?/ Chief Engineer Hunt, ? steals ? tr*' fi>r?man ) li?r? there is ? BglD# ^Mr J*hn Pi<*. engineer,) of fhb iidrS P^7er1: inTin? th* machinery in iw .S . w 8h0p-lh0 fan-biower for the liH t? ?7?' (6'ght in nu?ber,) end Psirof?heara f#r cutting scrap m.Jt!? puddling shop. In this depart in?nt there are four division*, supplied with i!5?? * *?a11 ,athel of ?ariom description* of?17 s?i *? machines, drills, and one ehii^L lr er 0 * ??*wh?el cutting ma thimT t meD?laes here fitted In Sf ^1."" wer? made ^0engines forth? mted sta'es steamers Union, Water Witnh and John B.?k ,nl pnf3 DOW ID iperatios in the Yard, besides e fcfrt "J machinery fo tb. T^,;, ,V" b"er?- ?nanafactnred tor the Treasury Department, and forwarded ?J ?teamh.oat3 throughout toe united states, and here will be built the two ?f.four hundred and fifty horse power ??ch...

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