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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 January 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. City Coubchs?Board of Aldermen.?The 0o?r4 met last night at the usual hour, Mr. President Hill in theohair. ' i v ?A0Ter board't bil1 ?ppropri?i!nr $21 te Jchn W. Pumphrey, a balance for grading Q ?reet north, between Jiinth and Tenth west, and ono in relation to a sea-wall from Tenth street west to the penitentiary, were severally taken up and referred to the improvements oommittee. Also, the same board's bills for the relief of Wm F. Bayly and Henry Turner, war* taken up and referred to the claims committee The lower board s bill to change the hour ol the meeting ol the boards to Si p m on and alter the third Monday of this month, was temj ora- ily laid on the table. The bill from the same board for the pur oba e of furniture ef the Coonoil Chamber, was laid on the table. Also, their bill making an appropriation for casual repairs in the Seventh Ward; referred to the committee on improvement#. Abo, an aot for the purchase of 500 feet of hose tor t...

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. — 16 January 1855

a TOUR CHARITY I CBAW I met a ahtV?;rlnc li.lla fill One day upon Uic pave, Who raid t"> me, wi?n gentle voice? '?Your charily I ?. rare." She had no bmnM on ber head, No s/foe? upon her feel? Twas poverty child had led, To beg from trcet to atreet. I asked if *1- a .aether bad She pUsiitm ly replied, With look so pensive and so rad, "No, sir, my mother died'***** 8he choked ere yet the sentence cloaed Her quivering lips to rest, O! tier affecting story told, Though all I could have guessed. Her check was fair, her eyes were bright, Her voice was sweet and mild ; It was, Indeed, a melting sight? That poor and shivering child. With arhmg heart f took b?r hand, And to her home we went, Where all the misery I raw, The hardest heart would melt. Her Father laid on jed of straw, In basement dark and drear, Death was enstainped upon his brow, And on his cheek a tear., But the whole tale of suffering ' 'Twould take too long to tail; But all who have been led thus far, Will know the rest ...

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. — 17 January 1855

THE WEEKLY STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ? ?M.M t H ?? ? ?- ? | M w - . mm ??n ?? K? ? MtlMxni,!} 99" Cask, invariably r* OCh Sim^e coptoa (ta ?iippwi| eart promr** a the counter, ujmu? u;?i> !y after tbf u *ue of lUt paper. Price?tbrbb canrra. Pornurraaa who act at will be alow# a commission of iweutjr p*-r ccm. THE EVENING 8TAR . PUBLISH ID EVERY AFTERNOON, (Ttcmrt SUNDAY,) At tks Stir Htttldinfrt, eorntr Pennsyl*+nm * arr~. ns (tn.i SfertntA Br W 4 1.1, A C ?I 3c UOPE, VVJ! ; ? ^ to ?? briber* fa the citing of Wwli. '?* Al?-Mi!jria.8a;tinit>rean^ Pbila \ Jelpf-i'? ?SLt AND A QT7ART1B CENTS, paja. " We * to th<* Ag?*nta. To mail mbecriben lb? nbacriptioa or.cn is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CSWTS a r:-? in advmee, TWO DOL LAR? f"t 3IX MOVTH3, and OJfE DOLLAR far THREE tfOYTHS. (&-9inmtx coma o*? ?, carr. UNDERTAKERS, fco. OABTNKT MAKER A UNDERTAKER. JU;i?!oa^Hign?l would reepectftally' Inform his I 'rlead* acquaintance* and the pablic general^ that he stlM e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 January 1855

M LN'i.VG ST A JR.! W iTON CITY: WMHE8DA v AFTKRFOOH..^January 17 *PIKIT 01 TRS MORBlWfl Pmtf An uufor > tocident occurred to the en gine of the : - t,/ttigvncer, last night, prevent ing the apnaaranoe of that so-welcome journal this iro ning We can sympathise heartily with a eoBduo'ors over the annojanee of this nj'^tiap. Our own edition is so large, although our newapapar press is the fastest in the United States south of Baltimore, we are often forced to drive it, to "save mails," at an unreason able speed, and thus are frequently annoyed in the same way. The breaking of a bolt or ?crew at night may delay the issue of a paper for hours. In our oase, we are compelled to keep a second double-cylinder power press, ready to attempt to do the work of our news T*per press, in case of sueh an accident in oar office. The Union urges the passage of the Frenoh spoliation bill, and oondeu.ni in a strong ar tiole the action of the Legisluture of Massa chusetts ia ordering the military oom...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 January 1855

evening STAR.! -Xocal intelligence. I F45Bio?able Folly ?We happened, yes rd#T to iB on? tIle many fancy stores th which our Avenue abounds, when three Hd-e? stepped in, and on enquiring of theper n in ettendanoe to be shown come breakfast HLfturu (we belifve that was the term used,) rtnl "hat we should call half caps, were ' reduced for their impaction. At the request If the storekeeper, one of the ladies removed her h?t, and placed on? on ^6r ^ead? when, ?fter a short survey of herself in a large mir or she called to her companions to haye their Union, whether they thought it wm a suit ?hle bead-dress for breakfast, she herself re marking that it was adapted for dinner, while n# of the other ladies observed, it was a beau tiful thing, and well fitted for an eyening rartv But on the assurance of the third oom rtnion that she knew a lady who wore a aim ilar one at the breakfast table the other morn ? - j| was purchased and ordered to be sent h.vme the price being only tight dollars!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 January 1855

jM*. ?V dm i_G_STAK. [ro* TOT STAR.] 80*?. From Ihf Ormam of Hmrtch Helm, B\ .IIRUt CORSON, J*. Thou jr- mv fi?hennaidan, R' ? ?? :>?iiuiy boat to land; Uom< . i me and sit beside me, And we'll chat, band in hand. on my heart thy little head, Let no fear he with thee; fearless thyself tlnu trustest Daily to the wild sea. My heart is like the sea, Hath at?rm and ehb and flow; And many a beauteous pearl In its hidden depths lie low. Bloody Fight betwmn a California and a Grizzly Bear.?Last week a young man left St. Andres for a stroll ?rer the hills* taking with him only a pistol and a knife, and in his wanderings came on a large grizzly bear, which im mediately attacked him, and after a short struggle struck him to the ground, throw ing him on his pistol side, thereby ren dering it impossible to use that weapon in his defence. He was able to draw his .knife, which he used pretty freely on old bruin, and was shortly enabled to gain hU feet, when he pitched so into his sav age as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 January 1855

..[R EVENING STAB EVISfiY AFTERNOON (wtcwrr st.tda?,) ~ ' , ti> Sta- biHUuifs, Corntr rtnjuylvMm* ?*fk -e mi Eleventh Hrtet, Br wirr.ACH a hops, [fTifl he awrf to ribacriten la the citia. of Waih L |M0,0?orritown, AJnandria, BaHia?ore and Phil?, iintia, si SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pays e weekly to the Ageatt. To mail aahscriberf th? price is THREE DOLLARS AND jNrrT f?E!VT3 * year in advanee, TWO DOL LAR* far SIX MONTHS, and O.VE DOLLAR (br THReE MONTHS. Op-Snot* cotjm, out ttn. s WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1855 NO. 638. (ia wrapper^ cu fee protm a the counter, Immediately after the lane ot Ui? paper. Price?THaaa caare. Pomurraaa who act at agen* Will be a lew* a comroiaeion of meaty per cent. UNDERTAKERS. J i ?? ? ? " EuMNBT MAK&i ft Pit JfcRTAKJSB. t?aB nad*-''<n?l woaH r-* pert-ally Inform hi* #T8JLDi; * fsaintano*, and tba pcblk gWMwjJT [1.^Tp- Jauna* to ? acute all orueri is hie jta. aib^o'"9 io th? NwimawMaS at theebort KTSePAIIUWO n?Uy?'-<lprcaipU7ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 January 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8PINGTON PITY: THURSDAY AFTEBBOOH January 18. [XT* The large and convenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. SPIRIT or THE MORNING PEE8S. The Union rejoices over the prospeot of the Democratio party in New Hampshire, and publishes an article signed " Democrat," urging Congress to pay $3,500,000 cut of the U. S treasury to those holding the bonds of the late Republio of Texas. The Intelligenetr, commenting on the re newal of the efforts of the European agitators to involve Italy in revolution, says : ?? The results of the meeting of foreigners held at the Tabernacle last week in New York seem very strongly to confirm the declaration, often reiterated of late, that few of the immi grants to this country ever learn to shake off the prejudices against Government which they have acquired under the despotisms of the Old World; that they rarely ever unlearn the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 January 1855

IfiCA I INTELLIGENCE. r? o* Wood, at the Smithsonian In JSSoa by Profe-scr Grny, of Harvard Unl f!S delivered last night. T*ffnid consists of firmer and tougher mate ? V^an cellular tissuo. and is woven vertic il?, into it. giving it greater strength. elements of wood are, proper woody ,ijr ? and ducts. both of which are modifiia U?X.lSdy tissue proper consists of elong ,5' H, with very thick walls, bat smaller ft'fi?Met#r than ordinary cclls. The strength lE,d^*.v:s gives to the shoot is owing to the ^ and density of the cell-wall and the bv overling the pointed ends of wcells These are combined into bundles ?,;.h run lengthwise through the stem, some t?j ipmt.ly imbed.d in th. ?ft.r ti?u., 11 it others accumulated so as to make eom Mt layers. These are hollow, and convey /iieiep with more rapidity than the shorter C#The due's are larger an4. !on:er calls closed nt iheir ends When the stem is young they r 3v?y saj.- but at other times carry air, and hj a general tiling seem constru...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 January 1855

EVENING STAR. THE Pin AHD THE FAUC. From the German of Heinrich Hnnt. by HnuM COMOH, J*. _la the North there vtandeth a pine tre?, ^ Alone o? a barren steep; Under a cover of ice and aoow It tleepeth a heavy sleep. It dreameth of a palm tree, That far in an Eastern land, Alone and silent mouimeth On the burning desert sand. Editorial Ccimbndation op Bad Boors.?The Methodist Protestant, in noticing the life of ft celebrated "show man" that has recently appeared, says: We have been led to these remarks by several notices which have met our eye in religious exchanges, of the life of a celebrated "showman'* that has recently appeared. A worse book for the morals of young men could hardly be placed in their hands. It is the history of a man who from comparative poverty has amas sed great riches by misrepresentation, by what he calls "humbug," by what in old en times was called downright lying. The writer neither conceals nor palliates his trickeries, but-boasts of them, and dresses them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 January 1855

fI? EVENING STAR pp3LUU?l> SVEItlf AFTEiiNOON, C(T*n>AT,) ?iUi ^:"r V'-'ite'"?*?> etrnsr PemtT/lr+nta cr*r>:.' 9*d Wewmth r!re/J, P , yr A I l/Af H A- HOPE, y. rtrr- ! to to th>- ?i?;t-:s of Walk* OT ar- cwb. iter? and r.t - X ASP A QVAKTSH CENTS, paya to tot Ag"W*- To mail snbsctiberi th* " THREE DOLLARS AND flfTY CFATS i 7?**r in advance, TWO DOL 1,018 fri SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR b, THKES MONTHS. {^diKoia coma oni c??*. VOL. V WASHINGTON FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1855. NO. 639. yi? * THE WEEKLY STAR. TMt tttHlw PaaU j u4 In j ? pttti wta?r of b? (bond la any SiQfio copr, pot uc to omi. ? ?????? ? ??? f tl ? 6 ft ? I* Flro copit*. Ten * Ho l*weaty ?c O^CilB. UlillAlLI IV AlVllCI. 99- Single copies (in wrappers') rail too pvocvrH ? the counter, intnsdiauJy aAer the tamo of ih? paper. Price?miaa cbkts. Poptmajtixs who art a*??f>ot? will toe a Co* a a eoomminn Ot twrntv rx r cp?l oabi^t maksr y undertaker. TtiZ ard?rsifned would r-npectftilly inform Ma fri'ti'le. wd tbo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 January 1855

EVENING STAR. VTASniNQTON OIT\ : FBIDAY AFTERFOON January 19. JOB PRINTING. Oar friends will find us prepared at any moment to exeoute every description of Job Printihg, with neatness and dispatch on ve*y reasonable terms, from Cards ap to Book Printing. We are now ready to serre all, at a moment's warning. A^cti for the Evening Star out of Wash ing toa. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after it* issue, ean be aooommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. It. Butler. No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Henry Taylor, Sun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzm: li.fr Alexandria, Va , by Wm F. Carnb. No 6t? King street, corner of Fairfax. Rredericksburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va , Rob?rt Euwsian. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owios, No. 70. High street. Orange Court House, Va., D. H. Van Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B (Worrell Gordoniville, Va , G. ?. Miller. Staunton, Va., Thos. H. Gresham. 1X7* The large and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 January 1855

evening star. ~ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. furxntA CorRJB ?A trotting match for took place over this course yesterday, jbecoctes: was between Henrj Biroh s s. h. ^rMigtoo and Georgo Nelson's b. h. Beppo. jit former was driven by Henry Birch, and tie latter by Do'y The distance was one ai!t asd repeat The attendance was not very b?l tbe ^o"? WIU somewhat animated t,* the presence of a carriage full of ladies. Arlicgt?n was the favorite at starting, yet a bets were obtained on Beppo. We can aot jpe"k favorably of the time made on tbiioocasion, whioh will be seen below; bat jbii accounted for by the track being i-tixy, and at some points on the back stretch ? * * " * - . . - ?u'4 r-~ - ... Jjjfcre was nearly six inches of sand. At the appointed time of half past two o'clock, in fte?J of one precisely, as advertised, the horws appeared, when Arlington, by lot, ob tained choice of track. ' First Heat -A goxi start, Beppo taking the lead As they went up the back stretch, Ar lington closed on Bep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 January 1855

EVENING STAR ro* THE STAR. DO YOU BEMEXBER, MY JULIA DEAR 1 ?T H. CUT PRKT Ss. *4ir?'"Ben Bolt." Do vou remember, my Julia dear. The wild wood so green where we moi * V\ here we lingered in bliss, while the twilight crept ?^n<l the sunbeams were glimmering yet ? We recked not of time, tho' the tale-te'Iin? moon Played its " bo-peep" through each creviced vine; And the young heart that piilowed ?o soft on my brea-t, VVith its wealth of affection was mine ! ? But time's growing shadows, my Julia dear. Have shut out the liaht of those days ; And e'en the green wild wood has passed from our sight, And the bir.ls -ing no mor* in its sprays: A dunn?>>.-. li is crept o'er th, *ur;ny blue eye, And thy ringlets of bright golden sheen? ? Ah! it ?adden-* my heart in tMs fwilight of years. When I thin!; or the times that have been. But oh ! there nre re-ions, my Julia <t ar, Wli re the loved ones of youth meet again ; ! tin: v 'sce^ o^obi, whi<*'i have die* out on earth Shall b-1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 January 1855

TFTTT RVEXING STAH PDBLI^HE^ EVERY AFTBRNOOH, (nOKri ?TVJ?1T,) At 1*< Sf*r & ildiiifs, corner Ptnrt rylwnim ;tv" ??? jm E'evezrth K f 1. I.A f ?1 At HOPE, Will fc ? fcrw ,! to subscribers in the citi 1 of WasV lnr ?n.A!?>ian.'ria, Baltinw ar.l FiDv drin^J, "?* SIX *HD A QUARTER CEVP3, paj"* blp wtck!' &e Ague's. To mail subscribers lhi? sr.h-rrir *^ ^c*3 ^ THRE5 DOLLARS AND FIFTY CE*Td i rent in advane*, TWO DOL LARS for *IX MO.VTH3, and ONE DOLLAR (or T 11 K E E MONTHS. {j^Suisit copies one csirf. VOL. +? WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1855. NO. 640. THE WEEKLY STAR. TUi aiaatfmt fwUjr aa* W?wi ta| a (nun variety of ta ku4 ta u; riW COplW< i?? ^ Tea do 4*1 - -. .??_?, a, i,?? ? ? ? i Twenty ???. ? ? i? * * ^ Cah, nuMiiii m iiruci. 0&- Single copir* (in wrapper*) can be pwww< a tbe counter, UamMiairljr after the tame of tbe paper. Price?maa carro. Postvasters who act as agents will be a low a a ouimiwioii of twenty per c*nt. * UNDERTAKERS, <lc. O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 January 1855

EVKNING STAR.1 V- AVillN CiTON CITY: SAIDRDAl AFTERNOON January 20. PRINTING. *-ur 'fiends will fin^ Qg prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job PaiHTiHa, with neatne.-s and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards up to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at * moment's warning. for the Evening Star out of Wash ingtoB. Persons at a distant wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can bo acoommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, No. 114, Mtrket street. Bajtknore, by Henrt Taylor, Bun Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzsjiller. Alexandria, Va., by W* F. Carrr. No. 60 ixing street, corner ot Fairfax. ijredericksburg, Va.. by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va., Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owens, No. 70 High Ptreet. Orange Court House, Va . D II. Va* Pelt Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Gorrell. Gordonsville, Va., G. A. Miller. Staunton, Va., Thos. H. Gresham. [?7" The la?ge and con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 January 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Lkcturb or the Temporal Power or tu Pors, by Rev. Mr Maguire, before the Young Catholic's friend Society, io Georgetown, on Thursday evening last The subject vu forced apon him bj the machinations of public men, even in Congress, and the hue and cry raised against the Pope as the greatest bugbear known to Christen dom. end he felt it his duty to speak for the troth. [Applause.] Those of his audience who had taken their first idea? of history from Peter Parley's works and like romances of the age, were taught to consider the Pope as grasping at the liberties of this country?but this was but the eant of denunciatory fanatics, whose fancies were worthy of the Knight of La Mancha. [Ap plauie 1 The papacy can alone withstand the destruc tive power of time Venice oommeneeJ when in the middle of the power of the pontiff; she has decayed, but the holy faith stands in un diminished glory. Macaulay says that her nambers are greater than ever; she has seen the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 January 1855

tfONTWUED FEOSI SUPPIiCMSKT.] 6413 From Coring! -a, by Middle ~ id4e, Oak Hill, McDonough, and Double Cabins, to Griffin, 99 m! lee and b*?k, oc<v a week. Leave Covington Monday at 5 a m Arrive at Griffin same Cay by 8 p m Leave Griffin Tuesday at ft a in Arrive at Covington same days by & p m 0414 From Lythonia by Flat Rock, to White House 14 rnilei and back onoe a week Leave Lythonia Friday at 7am Arrive at White House same day by 12 m Lear* WhiteHouse Friday atlpm Arrive at Lythonia sam# day by 6 p m 6415 From Lythonia to Rockbridge, 6 xnita.i ud back once a week. Leave Lythonia Thursday at 7 a m Arrive at Rockbridge name days by 9 % m. Leav* Rockbridge Thursday at 10 a m Arrive at Lythonia name days by 13 m 6416 From Stone Mountain, by Yellow River and Sweet Water, to Lawrecc' ville, 20 miles and back, sir time'' a week Leave Stone fountain, daily, except Sunday, *t7 a m Arrive at Lawrencsville same days by 11 a m Leive Lawrenoavilla daily,except Sunday, at 12 a. Arrive a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 January 1855

THE F VEXING STAR PUBLISHED F?KKY APTVRNOQN, (tlUMTt SUNDAY)) // fAs St+r H"U4xnpi, tomcr fen*ryiwnt* ar trui E/*ventk .'{rut, py ? *? [,*( ii * iiopk, W,J| " ? ?" ? bribers in th?-cift<e <rf VY.isk htftv" rwn, <!rtin Balti.T'irr an<1 f\vi'a 4HpI.ii. neiX *.\*D A QUARTER CKItrrO, paya ble weekly t" the Ag< n'a. To mail subscribers tha gnf^rnp't"* frice if THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS * year ia adeorvx, TWO DOL LARS fiw SIX novrns, and OWE DOLL At (of THREE MCVTIiri. ^di*m corin on cs*r. FNDERTA KXRS, Ac. CABINET MAKER A UNDKRTAKEB. Taian i?r?gn?d would reepectfblir laflrrm bit Menisjuypalntaness, end tbepublle generally tSet h? ?wU1*,tinn*' to n?at? all order* la his Mat of f nirfflw 1c the beet nucv aad at th? abort y; aottoa. RBPAlKlIIVfl neatly and promptly executed. FdXSHAIiB att?ni?i to at. tk? ihorteat notice. end m the be*' manner. Jtodaes psicmd in (ke meet p-rr/td swr. e*m m Ike wrrmtit yrfaOur. . lunkfcl for paat favors, he would respectfully solicit, and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 January 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: M0XD4Y \TTES?OOH????<?? - Jidtutj SI JOB PRIMTING. Our friende will And oe pepared at any moment to execute every deceription of Job Pri>tih?, with n*atne?a and dispatch on very reasonable terms, from Carda ap to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning ?t? for the Evening Star out of Wash iagtoaf Persona at a distant wanting the Z>?mY? Rwnrnz Star, at the earliest period after it* Uaue, can be accommodated at X?WfilEl,$l0i by K- S R- BuTt**. ?o. 114, M?rk?tatr?et Bonding?' ^ H""T T'rL0E' '">? Harp^r'a Perry, by Akchibald Kitikillxr Alexandria, Va , by W* F. Carjb. No. ?<> ttlng street, corner ot Fairfax. fcedericksburg. Va., by W. M. Mill.9. Cnarloitsville, Va , Robert Hottman Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owehb, No. 70 Hi*h street. Oranga Court House, Va . D H. Var Pelt Onlpepper Court House,Va., J. B Oorrell. QordoasTilla, Va., G. A Miller ^Uunlon, Va., Thos. H. Oreshax. ITT" The large and convenient dwelling...

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