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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 January 1855

'??Vt STAR. ? * i I f ? M . 'I I > Pt^rbniiw BuSuurof .1 -" Wtwis.- lUe^--X'fc-theaters thjjtsbflne' -Ul the?ajimer nighti * " \ Tn*r? . ? tticv anTt Ibeff |m<* qitfern (wtif, ?? ' v ^rsr4 a'??i(faj> hi?,|ookejrl upon >; Hir -37,eof fie tiroad day light! * :i" rot. In the fair blu. skies Their .?irent rrnks they keep; * - - - ^Bacon i>y uor siui-drizzled eyes * They wail till tti ?? breath nf the night wind sigh3". Then come and wafcii our sleep. Then ofl it is?the lights lhat'eheer The night of our disrtress. When brighter, gladder flours appe.ir, SforgotLen with our grief ami fear, 'A'ake not our thankfulness. Yei still ntunindfu! thon?!} we be, Those lamps of love remain; Ami when life's shadows el-.'se, and we Look up some ray of hope to sec, Shall glad our hearts again. What ark Luxubihb foe a Wife.?A novel case has just been decided in New York, \fhich involves a curiosity in med ioo-jurisprudenoe. A mesmeric physi cian sued aim.-.baud for aervices rendered the ...

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. — 5 January 1855

TIIK EVENING 8TAU priLcmtP nm arbrmoom, (BOVt muT.) At ikt X'*T HriVJi vj> ****** Ftnntfimmm M4N.il anH E'r?ntS itr##t, II VALLAdl * HOPS, wut b* wrv-H lowWriVr* la tl?? citira of WmH ?. ioa,0.org?^WB, Alexandria, Ba!ttaMV? and Phlla *'.p<ua, AND A QUARTEA CENTS, paya fctt u? Uj?' AjrnU. To mail aabacribera the trip*# pica U THREE DOLLARS AND >Y CEVfS a year ta adwmet TWO DOL 9 (hr SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR *, i'HRGE MONTHS. Q9?3ni0U cofuu en a r VOL. V. WASHINGTON FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1855. UNDERTAKERS, &e. 2HST MAKER ft UNDERTAKER. would rwrp??tftil]y Icfcrm his eadejacq^aintanoea, and the publ'o generally 4 ctuJ oentinuM to execute *11 orders In ha - ba.?iaecs hi the be?t manner and it the abort tkfl. * AIHIP? neatly and promptly erseeeted. - BEP.ALS attended to at ?? ?i tkb ortoet notice, and la the beet man Jr. Do Utt pr+irrved in Ms mat perfect men flsr, vvm in tti tvarmtsi renthtr. .. vmkfnlfor past favors, he would rwpepWilly celidt, end will endeavor to merit a ...

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. — 5 January 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: .. . FBIDAY AFTEBH005 January 5. ? - *? ? ?? JOB PBilfWHO. Oar friends will And as prepared at aaj moment to execute every description of Joi Printisg, with neatness and diipatoh on verj reasonable terms, from Cards up to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning. ????? ? ? ? AgBfcts for the Evening Star ont of Wash ington. Persons at a distanse wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at "< Wilmington, Delaware, by &? Bittlrr, No. 114, M?rket street Baltfcnore, by Henrt Tatlor, Bon Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmiller. Alexandria, Va., by W*. F. Carne, No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. jfredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Chajlottsville, Va., Robert Hoffman. Porft^outh, Va., by A. B. Owens, No. 70, Hi ah street Orange Court House, Va , D. H. Van Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gorrell. Gordonsville, Va., G. A. Miller. Staunton, Va., Tnos...

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. — 5 January 1855

p. ^VENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Fit Dat?The constables under tho courts cf this District are now preparing thair ac counts of tho United States oases they have liirred daring the last six months that they ?uy receive the fees allowed by law. The -. lice officers are allowed to receive the fees for icrving United States cases, in addition to - the salaries given them by the Corporation, riut they are net allowed to serve civil war rants. The county constables, attached to the auxiliary guard, can do neither, but muit de rend altogether upon their lalariea. The fees in the United States cases, which the guards v?ve the trouble with at night, are allowed to tie police officers. The account* of some of tie constables, wbo have been industrious and ittentive to business, amount to a pretty smart mm and the aggregate of ail will oall for a iendsome draft upon Uncle Sam's pile. The Orro*MT8 or Reform.?The enemies I of the Judicial reform bill now before Con k greas are busy^at work ge...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 January 1855

EVENING STAR. . WILLY All) I. We grew together in wind and rain; "** We shared the pleasure and shared the pain; I would have died for him, and be, I thought would hara done the same for me? Wflly and I! Summer and winter found us together, Through snow, and storm, and shiny weather Together we hid in the scented bay, Or plucked the blooms of ottr English May? Willy and I! I called him husband?be called me wife; We builded the dream of a perfect lift : He waa to conquer sobs noble state, J And I waa to love him through every fate? Willy and 1! - Oh! he wat> so fair with his golden hair; And his breath was aa sweet as oar hemstead air My cheeks were red, so the neighbors said? A thousand pities we were not wed? Willy and I! How I stand alone in the wind and rain, With none of the pleasure and all the pain, I am a begpr, and Willy is dead, And the blood of another is ou his bead Poor Wflly and I. Railwats n* Russia.?The carriage allotted for my special use was about ten feet square...

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. — 6 January 1855

*Tf t F I- V K YTVO ST A R ?PTU!USUei? LVBRY aptirnoon, '?lcirrr ftt?out,) /i Jit $:sr liitildinei, om-tr Penntyiwmrum ?iv*r-*< avA Eleventh *irest, By ? U,l,t(H A UOPI, Wtil ??rv?*?f to ?n,)*ertf?.*r? tn riii*1* of VVaxfc lajtoa, dnn-V Al'-tandria, Hiltim-rr nnd PLilv M HIX AND A QUARTIR CS>fT8, paja ble weeklv to thf ^?nu. To mail mbaeiiben Uu ?utwonpixia ,-ice is THRBB DOLLARS AND FIFTY CEICTH % year in advance, TWO DOL LARS ior SIX MONTHS, and ONR DOLLAR ior THREE HOVTHS> oonu om em VOL. V WASHINGTON tee C., SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1855. NO. 628. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. THR andersigned would reypectftilly Inform b'? friend*, esqualntarnes* and the public generally tb?t he still oontinnee to execute ail order* in hU Una of business In the be?t mar ?:? an3 at tbe short ?gt notice. RCPA1E1IQ neatly and promptly executed. rriEIlALS att?ni?d to a<5 ?JS tbe ilKfltart notice, and la the beet ? ? ?? ? ?? ?tanner, m liet yrtnrv*d in Uu mini perfict man r...

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. — 6 January 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: SATURDAY AFTERNOON January 6. JOB PRINTING. Oar friends will find as prepared at arj moment to execute every description o? Joi PRiMTiiro, with neatness end dispatch oo very reasonable terms, from Cards ap to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash iagton. Persons at a distan ;e wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, oan be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hexry Tatlob, San Iron Baildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzm iller. Alexandria, Va., by Wh F. Carhb. No. 60 King street, corner ot Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va.. by W. M. Mills. Cbarlottsrille. Va , Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owebs, No. 70, High street. Orange Court House, Va , D. H. Vas Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gorrell. (iordoniville, Va., G. A. Miller. Staunton, Va., Thos. H. Oresham. Who Wanta a Gcod ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 January 1855

rE l vening star local intelligence. Tn Eighth or January ?Next Monday beiag anniversary of the battle of New Orleans, the military of our cltj will cele brsts it in the mo?t spirited manner. On that day the National Convention of the Veterans 0f 1812 will meet here, when, if the day !? fair, they will meet with a glorioua reception byouroitisen soldiery. The following oom paniea will form an " escort of honor" to the old soldiers: President's Mounted Guards, Capt. Peek. Washington Light Infantry, Capt. Carrington. National Grays, Capt. Towers. Montgomery Guards, Capt. Key. National Guards, Japt. Tait. Scott Guards, Capt. Jameson. Union Guar is, Capt. Byrne Union Infantry, Capt. Lassell. Washington Highlanders, Capt. Reese. Boone Riflemen, Capt. Bright. German Tasrrs, Capt. Schwarsman. American Riflemen, Capt Smith. Marion Riflemen, Capt Shekel. The Regiment will assemble on the usua parade ground at eleven o'clock A M. The following is the order of procession : The column will take...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 January 1855

EVENING star. I. ? c ? I. . ??? "JBOEBOBOOLA OHA." A stranger preached lait Sunday, And crowd* of people came, To bear a two-hour sermon With a barbarous sounding name ; Twas all about some heathens Thousands of mile* afar, YVho live in a land of darkness, Called "Borroboola Gha." So well their wants he pictured That when the plates were paasaj, Each listener felt nis pockets, And goodly sums were cast; For all must land a shoulder To push the rolling car That carries light and comfort To "Borroboola Gha." That night their wants and sorrows Lay heavy on my soul, And deep in meditation I took my morning stroll, Till ^mething c*u?ht my mantla With eager grasp, and wild, I looked down with wonder I saw a little chiid. A pale and puny creature In rags and dirt forlorn ; What could she want, I questioned, Impatient to be gone. With trembling voice she answered, "We live just down the street, And mammy she's a dyin', And we've nothing left to eat." Down in a wretched basement, With mould ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1855

Jr.,I *?' i/yTFSTNft STAR F fTv'ERY AJTKRNOON, r? ^UFDAT.) /It tf)J> Star Hmldinzs, cornfir FmnsMlmMHf :ire.T>?*urr Eteotnth strett, e. r V I I, f. A 4' n X HOPE, iV*: hi' *> 'v .? ?<> ?ah?cr:Wni in Wt: ritif-at of Wash. im. "nr^wn, ATf!TpnHri?, Baitiruoiv and Phila *> *'X *ND A QUARTER CENTS, paya p Kr -i'. ;.i -tc At?>nt?. To mall mibaeribm tba ?uJvjorijiioii i?ri.'?- i? THREB DOLLARS AND PIFTV t'KNTS i year In advance, TWO DOL LAR* 'or SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR uw THRRH MONTHS. U^SmwiB coma om r??t. ?: VOL. V WASHINGTON, D MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1855. UNDERTAKERS, kc. OABINET MAKES & UNDERTAKER. Til"i underpinned wool! respectfully inform bis frisn Is, acqBalntaEces, and the publle generally that b* "-ill woUbtim to execute *11 orders in his Ub? of b-u?1u?9* is the best manner r\nd *t the ehort ?t notice. ?w JLKPA.1R.TVG neetiy end rronptly executed FVNKRAIjS etter.^M to at ? ?- a *" "the ?hort?et ootids. ead in the y*ei '<Ss3HaiB2E5i aaaoer. R d*ts pr'te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1855

EVENING STAR. W A ' T11NGT0N CITY MOHDA? AFTES500N ....January 8 JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Printing, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable torus, from Cards ep to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning Ageu:? for the Evening Star ont Of Wash ington. Persons at adistan:e wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, No 114, Market street. Baltimore, by lli.ip.r Tatlor, San Iron Buildings. ilirper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzviller. Alexandria, Va., by Wn F. Carne, No. 60 King street, corner ot Fairfax. Fredericksburg. Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va , Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owens, No. 70, High ftre^t. Orange Court Douse, Va . D. II. Van Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gohrell. Gordonsville, Va., O. A. Miller. Staunton, Va., Ihos. 11. Gbeshah. SPIRIT OF THE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1855

?0CAL INTELL1GENCE. Adversary of the Battle or NewOb l*a5v A more beiutiful morning to cole* brate 'he glorions achievement of Jack son ?nd his compatriots at New Orleans could not possibly have been desired The iky was clear and cloudless, the breezes all asleep, and the sun shone brightly and p'.ewantly over the city. The day was !, positively ?ummer-like in its loveliness and y^'mth, and. a? a matter of course, it drew crowds of beautiful women. Pennsylvania avenue is throngei with locomotive silks and other articles of dry goods, interspersed with our handsome military, and the noble veterans oflal2. all wending their *ay to 4J street Among the delegation. wc noticed Gen Leslie ?/oombs. lien Wynkoop. of New York; Gov Kitner. (ien. C P Mi Icr. linn George G jCspie. Major Levi Reynolds, all of Pennsyl -snia, Gen. Thomas Ma^hin. of Albany; Gen. jt John B. L Skinner, and Gen Geo. A Mil t$nberger, of Maryland On entering the church, which was filied to its utmost capacity, a magnific...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 January 1855

EVENING STAR. TH < DYING CrLADIATOB ! vOn Exhibition at Mbrriton't Building, rtrtet.) BT AVOW DALK. Tread lightly in this curtained room, An J speak with modulated breath, For in its thought-exciting gloom The Gladiator stoops to death * Ht? dies: The agony already past, His falling form, hia downcast eyes, Announce the last?the laat! Approach?but stay! A moment more ; The arm that bears his tottering weight. Its failing strength will soon be o'er, And he, at once, will sink to fate. To die! And yet, with him, is death not all, For love is in his parting sigh, With Iritn his loved ones fall! His wife, his children far away f Ah, well upon that marble face Affection's faint and fainter ray, Still beautiful, though faint, ye trace : Though never, Though nevermore its joyous light Shall shine for them ; eclipsed forever In sorrow's sable night! And thu? to perish, thus, alone? A captive, doomed, for sport, to perish f Is all the vast urvna itoiu ? .No hearts that love, home, friends...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1855

1, T!fH EVENING STAR puBLfSETED EVERY ATTRRNOON, (?xortt strrrDAT,) At it* Star B.rildir.g?, romrr Pennsylvania and E'evnit. -fr'-'f, T? y wali.lff! dk ?!OPF, ft-,;: *?.-rvti! :o*nh?CRben in thn cities of Wash m, ul"': jou)vnt, Alexandria, Baltimore nml Phila d-i..:. i, at SIX \ND A QUAETSR CENTS, p*?* b!<> w ^k'y f? the Amenta. Tn mail subscribers tht *?ui-riptK>n mice ia THRES DOLLARS AND FIFTY CtiNTd a yea* in adwmee, TWO DOL LARS for SfX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR Wr TRtBE MONTHS. $Qh3iso!.? conn oil enrt. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1855 UNDERTAKERS, to. CABINET MAKER <% UNDfiitTAKJSR. TjLM nniaraigned wonl*. respectfully Irfrrxu hi* frlea-U, e.^naintan-ej and tha public generally that ha still contin am to execute a]l orders in hi? j Use of burin whs la tie test c sinner mi at the she-it art notice. aiiTAlRina neatly and promptly executed. FUMftRiLS atto-led to at tfc* shortest not!-?*, iucd in toe Vat "a9rap-rarTg*ig^ manner. Bodiet prxtrt'i in tkt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AllERKOOH........ January 9. JOB PRIIVTIIVO. Our friends will find as prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Prirtiho, with neatnees and dispatch on very reasonable terms. from Cards ap to Book Printing We are now ready to serve all, at m moment's warning Ig&ts for the Evening Star out of Waih ingtom. Persona at a distan 3e wanting the Daily Evening Srar, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Henrt Taylob, Sun Iron Boil dings. Harper's Fecry. by Archibald Kttzhiller. Alexandria. Va , by W* F Carn*. No 60 King street, corner ot Fairfax. Fredericksburg. Va.. by W. M. Mills. Charlotteviile, Va , Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va , by A. li. Owfns, No 70, High street. Orange CouTt House, Va . D. H. Van Pklt Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gorrell. Stknntnm^1?' A MlLLER. otaunton, *?., xnvo. u ok?bua?. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1855

evening^ ^ar. LOCAL IXTELLlWlfCE. The Proceeding* or the Veter ? in ?ur "P?^ 7efe;Q^. *? failed to mention the fact that Judge Sutherland, of Philadel phia, President of tho Convention of old sol diers, on, arriving at the White House. ad dled President Pierce oa the part of his fellow soldiers, briefly and pertinently, dwell ing upon the occasion which had brnn!i?? Uld 1>*rt*d " the camp fertv jeers ago, and who were now petitioner! to tUoonntr, for a meagre acknowCgeme"t of their services His remarks were plSJ santly interspersed with reference, to the oc currences of the war of 1812, and drew forth many bursts of applauwo. President Pierce replied in an exceedingly happy manner, showing a quick appreciutioj of hu andience and a ready tact in speaking. He referred to his own remembrance of the war; to the anxiety he felt in his home ?o bear of the progress of our troops, and to be assured of the safety of the older members of his family wnc were participating in the struggle. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 January 1855

EVENING STAR. THIB1 ABB BEAUTIFUL DBBAX1. There are beautifbi dreams of the spirit-life, That comes to the stricken heart Like zephyrs that flit o'er the waters of strife, To bid the wild tumult depart.' There's a beantiful hour like the hush of the sea As it dicfc on iu wave e*s shore, Whea the tempests of earth have ceased to he, And life's little time-voyage is o'er. There's a beautiful thought as vast as life, As it sweeps o'er ag??s to come; It ffat. ers the flowers of infinite worlds To garland its spint home. There's music, such as heaven alone can know, Though it's key note is learn'd on the earth; And myriad worlds its echo shall trirow, Still back to the place 01 its dirth. There's a love and a power, a grasp of mind That spirit alone may know; That throw all the riddles of schools behind, Where the tides of eternity flow. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Name. Leave For Days. Asia Boston ..Liverpool..Jan. 17 Ctqp Manchester. .Liverpool...Philadelphia.Dec. 20 Asia Liverpool......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1855

WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1855 1 tmmmmmmmmmmm T f K rVFMvn STAR RVFKY AFTERNOON, f rnn>AT,) <*# iS.'^T H.iihliiigs, eorv*r Pmnrtflvmnm avtn/tt an.1 Fle+'tntk ?T WU.LACH A HOPE, Will ij?*rv?vf i?. tu'mcribffni iu lh?; citi?a of VVsuih ?iiftiiv.rii??r^ea.-wa, Alexandria, BaluTnor<*an<l I'hHa Idi.ni.v ai?MX AND A QUARTER CENTS, i?y? tv irt'..V!, o ?h.! To mail robscriber* th? m'.MCriplit.n pncc i* THREE DOLLARS AND PHTYCRVTSi v,-*r in tdvemet, TWO DOL LAR* for -iT WOVTH*, and OXB DOLLAR '.w THREE WivriH. Siy"-"5'*0*.! inrm ohi m - UNDERTAKERS, ?fcc. CJABWET MAKER ft UNDERTAKER. Tf! * undersigned wonld r*ep?etffclly irfcrw hi# friends. aeonaintanc**, and the publk generally that he o-iii continues to exacut* ?11 on'e r? 1b his !!na ?fb?.i!a*a la tbe ' ert Ta<-.nneri-ud ?t tte short est not:**. RVPA1K.IRO 'j *tly and promptly ancntoi yUNKllALH attended t? ?? ? ir the ehnftest not!a?d It the b?Bt sanae*. RvH* lyrei-tnted r* the 'nett perfect Tjgr. fMT) Ul l\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1855

EVENING SI rA R. WA<111 N^TON PITY : WEDNFSDAY AFTERNOON... January 10. Ayrn for the Evening Star out of Wlsh< ington. Persons at a diatame wanting the Daily HvtniMg Star, at the earliest period after it! issue, cad be accommodated at Wilmington. Delaware, by E S. R. Botlir, Ho. 114, Market street Baltimore, by Hbkrt Taylor, Sun Iron Jtoil dings. Harper's Ferry, by Abchibald Kitzbillbb. Alexandria, Va., by Wn. V. Cakbb, No. 60 King street, corner ot Fairfax. Fredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsvttle, Va , Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owbhs, No. 70, High street. Orange Court flouse, Va , D. II. Vak Pblt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gorrbll. Gordonsville, Va., O. A. Miller Staunton, Va., Thos. U. Grebham. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Intelhgtneer presents synopses of sun dry Gubernatorial inaugurals, among them being that of the new Governor of Massachu setts. which our neighbor prosenta as follows : "The principal topics of the Governors Message ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 January 1855

evening star. local intelligence7~ Pbociidisos or thb Vitiraxx * After Col Todd, of Kj , had ISn d^?Ip??l!gii,M^rd*7,;8ever,a other ad* d#llver<!i "Elicited the warm Mt applauBe At thI?period an interruption ion ihpr?f *S U)ok p,sce' by Mr. Vanner* ?on the Daguerreotype artist, making appli o atlon to the Chairman to allow him to take a pieture of the assembled Convention ; which having been given, Mr. W. proceed* to fix 1r*yar*fU3' an(* two likenesses During this operation a communication was received from the Secretary of the Senate which contained the following resolution?' pawed in the tfenate that day : ' 1 ai'lvldlA?rhal offioe" of the war of 1S12, now holding a Convention in this uitv ^ invited tc occupy seats uj>on the floor of of ? "codtmSoS' "" l",, durl?? atoiLm'llf'J111'tbo Secret*ry of the Sen ??iS2X this resolution 'o I Convention for the iufor mation of the members." Resolutions of thanks were unanimously tendered to the President of the United Stales for his co...

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