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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

... I, ? . - ?[ ? WA9Hl*MiT"N r\ 1 Y : SATURDAY AitIKl^OiiN.? ? ?.Jinurj 27. A fTAE PAPER! The Wmtly Sta* to day, keep* upit? rep utation ar tht Star paper of Washington The ?mount and ratability of Its "Washington News.'' vii never before equalled by any newspaper ItIs a 'complete weekly history of everything worth prfnting, both local and governmental, that is done at Washington, and when the sise or the paper i> taken into acnsidaratton with the quality snd quantity of Hi news, we make no hesitation in saying that the Weekly Star is the cheapest pap< r pub lished. To-day we print au excellent number. The price :s only $1,25 a year, in Advance ?PI*IT OP THE MJ3NmO PRESS. The Intclh'gmetr's editorial oolumns arj devoted to day to an elaborate letter on Con tinental affairs, from the able Paris corres pondent of that journal. The Untou argues with great earnestness to show that the horrors of the French revolution were preceded by just saoh an onslaught ot the Catholic eh arc ...

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. — 27 January 1855

local intelligence. Raw. Mr Brooke's Lectori or thr Tbr mil POWK* or THB POfl, AT GrORCKTOW*, in rkplt to Fatrrb 34aottirr ?Forrett Hall Georgetown, wu crowded last night to listen to the lecture of Rer Mr. Brooko. of the M E Church. m reply to Rev Bernard Maguire.on Temporal Power of the Pop*." Father Maguire wu one of the audienoe The loc Jaror eoainaDced by saying he had notrolun tee ed neither had he been pressed into ser t*h ?VDV,t,*tl!#n hkd {rt*]7 ?ccefted,in fi? ki! d0 som# ?errice to the ei n?^2r?n ~ ?onntry [ Applause J FJiPSlf W ,hC IHjin'8 P"??ted by ..u .^^ co???ncing with the state In^h had n#T*r b*ea '*oght n the Romish Church " that the Pore had cT.K JETT/l1** tbe ?he oitit ? r glren itto h,m ;" "d he tio . f ** jr m th9iT mo8t wniDent w s to prore directly the oontrary ' to .tht ?Iection of the earlier Pones by the people he agreed with Father Ma*uire ? hut aa Gregory the Great, whom ho so much ?nloguod, Mr. Brooke thought him far f.om ?potleM. and instead of our ow...

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. — 27 January 1855

, i . .[comnu rmo* mnniit.] Ml* V?ota0OTiM?o< V O^Hlll, MuPotimN and ?ankle C*U??, toQrifln, "" ""Lmti Oornjton Monday fit 5 a m Arrive a40rf?n mmm <Jar by 8 p m i^mr.^riaa fca* *y * & 4Qt Arrive at C- v^ngtnn nm" aaya by ? p m ?114 From Lftboaria by Flat Rack, ta Whit* Hoars , 14 mtleeand bak oac* a weak Lmt? L) thn'a Friday it tin Arr'Tt at WnR? Honse mmt 4?y by 1J m Um? White ilouae Friday at 1 ? a Arrive at Lythonia ante day by 6 p m ?416 From Lyttraia to R'VkbrMge, 0 mil#* aid _ - ? back mm ? We k. *' Leare Lyt-oniaT^ura "ay at 7 a m M aarriv" at R^ekbrHhta sama days by 9 a m. } it?Ti tveakbthlga Ihuraiay at l?a m Arrive a. Lythu. la udu J ay a by IS m <HiO FromStrne Mauot*ia, by Yellow River and 8we??t W .Ur to Lewranccvllle, 20 milw and ba k. si* time* * w?-k La*ve 8ton? 3 onntaln, dally, exespt 8u^ay, ?67 a di ? Arrlt? at LawrenceTille same days by 11 a m Leave Law r<rc*T ills dally,sxcept 8und?v,at 12 Arrive at Strne Mountain name day? by 4 p m 6117 Fnm Ston...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

UNITE) STATES MAIL. Po?r Ottici DxrtkTm.T \ J??u?7 IS, 1855. J Proposal* r..r conveying th* mails of the unt-j ted 8 tat ? :'r a let of .'u y, 1865, to the 30th ; day of June 1*6^, Inclusive, la the 8 iM of VIRGI NIA. NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAhOU^A, GEORGIA, and FLORIDA, will b? received at the Contract OSm of the Post (>f8*s L'e^arim-nt, in the ait j ? f Washington, uatii 3 p. m, of 10th April, llift, (to be decided by the 30th April, 2855) oa the f root** and in ibe tun* herein ?pe?ifled. VIR^IKIA. Buldtrt art rtqtutUJ U tmammf canj'u'ly tto in ttrucUons. J'TWU of jprvpvtal, mttcched to thu aJvertw*s*l 48ul from Washington, D. (X, by Alexandria, Ya , Gvnont Md- Game Point, 'or Aquia Creek,) Va- FreJrriiksb?*|,Gula*y?s, MiHord, Rntb ar Glen ' aaction. Tayloravide and Slash Cot tage, to Rl -Jiuond 130 miles, twice daily and baefc. Lmt? Washington daily at 7 a m and 8pm Arr.v* ?> Lkbraond bjSpm and 5am L?>< KuSimond daily at 7% a m and 8pm An ir? at Washington by 4 p m it?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

* Fleetwood Aeodemy, and Miller** T*r?rn, to T?77^hAnc <*-, 6miiefl ud bock, twice a Leave Richmond Tuesday and Friday at 8a m Antra at Tappahannick' same 4aya by p m Leave Tappahaanock Wed&esday and Snwrday at 4 a m Arrive at Richmond same dare by 7 p m. 4M3 From Tappahannock, by Dunnsv He, Centre Croee, Hontague'e, Jamaica, Church View, Crbonno, Saluda. Glenn'a, and New Upton, to Glouoeeter 0 H, 67 miles and bock, twioe a VHfc Leave To p(?hannock Wednesday and Saturday at 4a m Arrive at Glouoestw 0 H next days by 10 a m Leave Gloucester 0 U Hoc day and Thursday at 11 a m Arrive at Tappahannock next daya by 4 p m. 4948 From Baloda, by Locust Hill and frm Shade to Sandy Bo .torn, 19 mile* aad bock, twl.-e 1 week. Leave Saluda Monday and Thursday at 12 m ?V ?Arrive at Sandy Bottom aame daya by 4 p m Leave Sandy Bottom .Monday and Ihuraiay ft! Oam Arrive at Saluda same days by 11 a m. 49&4 From Tappahannock to Warsaw, 8 mike one biek, twice a week. Leave ^appahanncck Tuesda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

Leave Maanlngton Saturday at 7 a m Arrive U Lumfwrvjrt Mm# day by It m Leave Lumbarport f aturday at 1 p m Arriw at Mannlngion gaxu* day hjflpn. 6071 From Maunlngton, by BeaJty's Mill*, Pin# Grw* and Pi>?* r'a /all% to Knt Martin atll*. .?-9 miles and bao!.. oace a v?k. Laav- M Tuesday at 7 a m Arrive at Martiaavllle ubi day by 7 p m Leave .S?* MerOmv lie Wednesday at 4 a m Arrive at MaouUagton aam< day by 6 p m i*Top:s*W f.?r frvqutat tripe arc invited. { 6072 Fr m B**tty's 51111% dr^-a tba south tcik tf Fisbini cr?ek, tod down Indian creek, t* Rip ley'*, S3 ?lilee and ba. a, OLoe a we?k. Leave B-etty's Mills Ttw*day at 9 a m Arrive it Ripley's smjxi- day by 9 p m Lw>e R p'.-j'i Wedne<day at 0 a m Arrive at Diatty's Mil's hubs day by 4 p u, or la time to nonaeot with uill from Now Mar tie ft llle. W73 From Hasten'* Ftrry to Bontwvllfe, 6 mda* and back, twW M wsek, and frcm BocthsviUe to Marietta, 4 miWs and bark, ouoe a week. Leave ben ton's Ferry Tu? day and Friday at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

River Chapel, ?nd Beitty'a Bridge, to HarraFa Store, Vi wils? nd teak, twioa a week to Lone CM^, and odm a week reeidae. i<4 <Wd?a Frliay at 1 p B Arrive it fl^rai'a Store next day by ? f ? i<eav? BvM'b Store every Thursdayat 0 ? m _ Arrive at 9; ring Garden r?t 4?J by 12 m, trip to Coo$ md b&uk 011 fcrfJl Froa^Loog 0-***, bv *"?*'? Oeek, to Ool Tin'i '"%irte. I?1 nilfi ud bark, once a week, f Lodc tw*>^ Saturiij at i b m Arrive at Oelvin'a Creek sa?e day by 18 m Leave Oolrin'e Creek Saturday at 1 p m Arrive at Loaf Creek -me day by 6 p to. 6d?2 From Wi'm nifon- by Bontt'a Hill, Topaail f ound, Golden F.ace, 8Dead's Ferry, Aman's f tore. Onslow C H, and Catherine Lake, to Richland*, 70 miles and bach, one# a week Leave Wtlmington Friday at T a m Arrive at Rich'an di n*xt day by 7 p m iMve Riohlanda 8arday at 6 a m Arrive at Wilmiofton rext dav by i p m. 6621 Frcm Wilmington, by Upper Town Creek Bridge, to &initbville. SS mile* and back, twke a week. Leave Wilming...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

6781 F-o? WilkeabTro' by Lewis F?rk Sttiajfik " orncta we T*a*' Wlikfboro'Tuii'iy itltm Arrive at Bcm ?ame tlay by 7 p a L?vi Bono* Wsdnesday at 6 I n * m _ A W I ? ? a m Arrive it Wi hetbor?' nor day \ r 7pm 6785 From Wilk^boro* by KkviJle, Fort Defiance, Lano'r, and Copeahag**, to Mo-gan'oen, 40 m l?e aad beck, onr9 * wltb #n ,ddi. 1 HftB"itrt?frc,n WDkwtowP.lw and F*rt D 9ance, to Lenrtr, t3 mfiee ard b?ck by King's Crwk and Warrior Creek I.eave Wilkesboio' Monday it 9 a m Afrive at Mortaaoa next day by 12 m Leave Mor/anton Tuesday at 2 p m Arrifa at W'kasbor*? next day by 7 r m Leave YViikeeNm' Friday at 8 a m Arrive at L*nnir mm# day by 7 p m Lsnve Lfvr^r S?turday at 8 a n . , __Jrr*v* a* Wflkeaborn* Mm? day by 7 p m. ?.? Z"Lnhor&' hy H,i7 M-alow, Trap 0M1, *nd Potato Cwk, to Month of Wilson, 56 m>!es aa1 ba<-k, one a ?wk ' "*w W?lk*ib?ro' Thursday at 2 p m Arriva *' M>?th ofWilarna*itday by 9 pm L-ave M mth rvf Wiiaoa Wednesda\ at 6 a m Arrive at Wl k-sboro' wit d...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 January 1855

610? From. Crzm Anchor, by raff ?, OnahviUa. S^ia, Pliny- Pfrdttnt Oroii, Cfiict's dy;lai, *nr' to *,f ' n.. uvt'la, fro miles an* lack, <-no - a wee* Laave Croea iaaor S.Uur J?y at 4 a tr> Arrive at He-rJtbrvill* r Alt day b; I" a a, LeaveMarrituvtlle Tburv?i UiJO Ar<iv? at Cro*- An:hor next atj by 8 p m Pivytsa ate md ** WoodraA* art u.rit d In jm of improving ?0B5 6101 F"r m Oadar Ornf\ ta 1 rown'g I ales and bwk twice a week " L?v? Cedar Cr>?k Tutidaj and prkay at 5 P*? - - . . - ? Arrive a'. Br- fn'i nn? days b/Tpa Li ave Brow u's Tuesday >"d F.Uay a; 2 p m Arrive at C<?d*r Crack ua? 4ayt by 4 pa 6102 Prom 11 >pc Station, by Walton, Gljmphville, ana Al.j iat-n, to Q? she* BUI, 24 miies and L hack, twice a weak Leave Hope ftHtion Tu> sd?" and Piidsvs at 6 ! tt f _ A ri VP at Q?*?a H M Mme days by 4 p m l**v? Goehen HU1 Wedne<?day* an# Saturdays at 64 a m - Arrive at Ho^eStation as trie <^yal>y 1pm ClOd Prom A aton, by Tbi mpeon* ??d 1< <ng ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 January 1855

Til R EYKNINO STAR |?UBLIS<!KD KVRKT AFTERNOON, (lltTRPI SCXDAlJ At tKt Xt<t~ Holdings rornt* Pmnrjr/wma +r.4 K!i*ntk *? V4V.L1CI * HOPR, "r'n '* t?? mh?v rib< r? in lie citi-a of Wash lust .?? ?. .< V'einndria, Baltimore* aa?< Phila ?J?, vv ANI? A QPA1TRR ORWT8, paya fete s ri ?, .o thr Jjf-,,;*. To mail subscribers the mib- r?>.. u anCC THKEB DOLLARS AND rtf rv CENTS a rr* in adwmae, TWO DOL US* fnr SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR far THKEJB MONTHS. &?3.??u conn ou rtirr. '?NDERTAKfitS, Ac. CANINE! MAKilR & UNDERTAKER THK inters m-d would TWT>e-tfuliy infora hk -1 tb* PabUc W~rall; ia?t h* h .11 3"Otin?<w to sx?mt? all orter? in hi' as' aotj neatly aadpromrtly*xecntad FUJIET.AL.3 attaedwi ta at ? the *h^n? t notice, aa J ia tie Lett ? f W manner. r^fitrned in tMe mart f*r/srf mm r**1 ?*-*** '1 ftt rtaiLer. ..?aakful 'or past favors, he wc*?M 'eepectftilly ?Otjc:*, aal ??111 endearo? tr a continuance of dte S*me ANTHONY BUOHLY, * p? a?. <U?, between Wh...

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

KV i:v fX(i ' AtAR^ l:- ? ?*J- \"** * " * A?ll|>QTOff ~tTT: - ^.- ? - - - ?? -T?6J* ?? MONDAY ftFTEK^ODlt ry ?9 hPIRIf OF THS Bf^JTWO FBFS8. The r+j>4cos over the ptui^i of the French Spoliation bill, and con'alas tcnch interesting information ftem tnnay quarters of tit* globe ' " ? ? i The I ?/?m is o'eHghted not only with the plans of Captain Meig? and Architect Walter for the coi ftrucMm. rentlllaHon, heating 1" , ?f the extension of the Capitol, but, also with ?he recent speech of Senator James explain ing them The "ame paper doe# n't regard the last news from Europe ss evidence that peace is soon to take place and without much farther fighting. Boon's Postical Woaas ?Gray A Bullae tine. Seventh street, have laid upon oar table a new and excellent edition of the Poetical Works of Thomas Hood Hold's production* are too well krown to need any commendation from as. IW The Christian inquirer, a Unitarian pa per insists that in view of the low salaries of the clergy they mast e...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 January 1855

EVENING STAR. N LOCAL ISTHLLIGESCE. Vegetatf)!i.?The concluding lecture ot? vegetation ?v delivered at the Smithaonian, by Prof. Asa Grav, oa last Friday evening, before a Urge and attentive audience. Mr tJray devoted tuii lecture to still fur* ther illustration of the relation of plants to the ?un; the vegetable was viewed a* a mv chine for 'rar.?forming mineral into organic matter, or earth and air into food, through an agency eat in operation by the eun When exposed to the sun, the foliage evolves oxygen gu. which ie an unerring index of the form ation of organic matter. Thia was shown bv comparing water, the food of the plant, with its fabric and general products?the difference in the two being represented by the oxygen gaf g-ven off by growing plants?thus vegeta tion serves to purity the air we breathe In every step of their growth, plants withdraw a portion of carboni- acid gas from the sir; when, if it aonmulaed, it would become del eterious to amm.l Jife, and give back oxyge...

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

EVENING STAR. UHkJI . , Written under tk* Fla% of the Cafitri. BY AN ANtllCtV CATHOLIC rttt*?T. They my I do not love the#, Flag of my nam. land; Whose meteor tolds above uie. To the free breeie expand ; Thv broad stripe* proudly rtreauiiog. And thy stars ?o brightly gleaming. They ?ay I would forsake thee, Should some dark crisis lotfew; That, recreant. I should make thee Crouch to a foreign Power. Sedurod by license ample, On thee, blest flag, to trample. They say that bolta ?F thunder ' Cast in the forge of Rome, May rise ai.d bring thee under, Flag of my uativc home ; And wish one blow dissever My heart froai ittee forever. False are the words tn~y utter; Ungenerous their biand; \nd rash the oaths they mutter. Flag of my native land ; While still, in hope, above me Thou wavest?and I love thee. God's is try love's first duty, To whose etern.il name __ Be praise, lor all thy beauty Thy grandeur and thy fame ; But ever have 1 reckoned Thine, native flag, my second. Woe to the foe o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 January 1855

TfTF KVEVINO 8TAR PCIBLISiJKL) EVERY AFT1RNOON, iMXOUn SUKDAY,) At ?M Stir Betiding*^ cor~n4r r?nnsyt*mrus ar-i??? <?fU Hl0vmtk rfriM, Mr WUJ,4fH * HOPE, Will >* erirrd to ?ab?rrib<T? n the eittea o< Wuk me: o*?, A>i*n.1ria, Baltimore and Phil? Ar\nu, ai SIX AND A yUARTIR CENTS, paya M'- we?k * w the Afvnia. To mail subscriber* the wWrKwi w THREE DOLLAR* AND rFI Y CENT* a y?-ar in advance. TWO DOL LAR* for SIX MONTHS, and ONI DOLLAB t>w THREE MONTHS. H BlW copim ow* cm. TNDfRTAKlSS, Ac. I CAB(NST MAKER Sb UNDERTAKER. r|i3^ nndarMgn-d would ra^pectftally infcrtn hto ) fr? ads. aocnairtanree, and th* pnblie K?neraHy that he ?ti" 9 itinc^f to exeru?a all orders in hie Ua* of i>usinew In *he ' *?t manner and at the abort ed notiie. ? nid'AlRISQ neatly and promptly exaented. VUllERAliS attended to at.?] fhe shortest notice. and h the begt' _ Banner. Hod^t yrttmrved m On mml firfttX iser, er-n in tkr w.-nwawt jpea/Aer. . e^nkfalfor pa?t fa Tore, be would r^apectftally...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 January 1855

i.:y j:\ lng stak. V. Ar [ J t TUE?~\? AFTER "I*!! Janiuiy 30. m ? - ? i . _ . _ a OCT3" The Urge and convenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avouuc and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately- For terms ap ply at the Star office. FPU 11 Ok THE BUJtNlNtt PH?88. The Initlhg nt*r it to-day full of new* froB Europe, of great interest indeed Tbe Union. denies that the Administration have made the nnmbtr atd character of for eign appointment* in the Department! here, that have been charged on them; and de votee a eolnmn to tbe re election of Sanator Slidell. Illegal Mail Oaixirr ?We learn that Noah E Smith, the efficient mail agent, seir-d apon some two hundred letters In the pow iion of Adams k Co's Express agent, wbi!? crossing the Isthmus, between this point ani California. It is said that tho express com panies are in the babit of carrying largenum hen of letter* outside the mail, which they deliver in California, collecting postage for the same, to the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 January 1855

evening star. LOCAL ISTK LLIGKNCE. Tbk ils ?Board of Aldermen - L*?t night. after this Board met-? Mr. lleojton presented i je poti'ion of Pat* not Keating for the remission of a fine; re ferred to the hoard of olaims Mr Clark introduced a bill appropria'iog $11 f> for the payment of the increase of salary to the surveyor; passed. The Chair laid before the Board the nomi nation of J B McFarland as scavenger for the Sixth Ward, vice Wm J. Shephar I, re signed : coeArmed?yeas 8, nays none. The Board then took op the lower board's hill refunding $31 00 to Henry Turner out of the Second Ward's funds, for over taxes jaid by him : refe-rod to the committee on claims Also, a bill to supply a deficiency ($*2 70) in a previous appropriation for grading and graveling N street nor A, from 10th to 14th stiee^, referred to the improvement com mittee Also, a bill to oontinue the improvement of id treat, ea*t Mr. Fittpatrick urged immediate action on this bill; which wi? then passed. Mr Fitxpat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 January 1855

EVENING STAR. LIVI8 to the J* eakcr of the Mu?achavetn llou?e of KcpraM illative* by a Member of the Gen iral Court. A Political Pome Mu> poieaate'. h-tw d'>? !*el -hub ?j> tUar Lilte a fowl upon a wh *?tirtn l^wn on a tomml .if} chickens i I' rba^i you don't fenl your oat*-of coarse you don't? You ain't some punkin* in yennr e^wn vnllyntion* What d'ye m^an by try in' to *qua?h rout freedom er ?perch?hey? Dont yeow xpose I know when I'm in order's well as yrow. If I autt in order?that's my coiwtit ><suit's look on', not yourn ? You all-yntti. icnt caw?conrcrn y^r picture ! < ant 1 aay uotlun' without hearin' yer infernal ha.'ti mer J A dentin' of the mahn<?u?y.'?that 'ere dc?k cost i suthin, I calliiate. Be yeow in partnership wiih a cabinet makrr? There'* me and fcalt a dozen on n? don't mean to ' (?tan* it a great while. 1 reckon a good li.kiu' wouldn't uptle yeow. mis- J ter.? \nd I know a few vouUn'l mind pitciun inter yv, "Peanuts and freedom er debate!" lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 January 1855

KVKNINO 8TAR pUBtlsaiD EVERY AFTlRNOOIt, (130177 lUVDirJ to its Sim btuldtng*. corner PtnHSfifnam* mrf, v* anA Efovtnth *tr*4tt ?'?, WAI.LICH * BOPS, K ;ii tw fved to HbKTiken hi tfw eWn of Wwb p^.R^rptfwi, AViandria, Biltimoreand Philfr .'?|j*i*. *? ?*?* AND A QUARTRR CENTS, paya ? liic Agrata. To mail aabecibcra the ,Uh?rr???tfo? rtet is THREE DOLLARS AND f'jfTY CFVT8 i r?ar ia *deaaM, TWO DOL :,A*3 ?<* 3,x "d ONB DOLLAR .m ^HlBB MONTHS. fty-Sinaii conn on agW * UNDERTAKERS, to. CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. TIS nnderdgaed woald rwpactfelly Inform Mr f*?nd^ eoqaaintaneee, aad the public cenerally t,- fee ?'.ill 90?SoaM to execute all order* in hk JB4 Of mOsIssm ia tie beat manner and at tha abort *m: r.3tfc*. - B*PA?R1*0 neatly and promptly execatad. fDIUUAIil atteaded to at the shortest notice, aid ia tha beat liner. prtservrd m <V mm* perftst *er, own ?* fV wmuti xofatMer. _a#n>foi for pact favor*, ha waald reapactfally wiidt, aai will -ndeavor to merit a continuanoa of t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 January 1855

r.V KNINQ STaUJ ? - * - * ?? __ _L_ - ' - HASOINO'ION *-ITY: ? WXDWM DA Fattk aVa oV7. j,nurj M Ty Tho Urge snd conTsaieat dwelling oo the corner of PsnmytTwis .renue ?nd Flevcuth street is for rent. Posw?. *'0a immedistely. For terms ,p. ply nt the Star office. ? * _ _ ' - - r ?PIRIT OT THE MOJtXIJfo PRE3S. The Union oontendf that the Whip have dishonestly deserted the principle of religions ol oration, and quotes largely from a rwent ?gneultural addrew of Gen. Brown, of Tenn., ?adifco from the late inaugural of Governor ^nfkt, of Indiana. JTh? hutlig9me0r is altogether a newspaper, To? Shilltagton has rent iu Harpers' Monthly Magasine for February. It is, u?ua., beautifully illustrated, and filled with choice matter. ^ "IX>eatioks" be^t production anoeari ^ the outside of to da> a paper. WABHI5GT02I NEWS A2!D GOSSIP, wiper acd Criminal Emigration?\v? -?arn that the current Tim of Mr. John A. Kennedy akd Mr. J?hn E. Develin, of Nee , city, to Waahington, has referee. ?e ,*fi*...

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. — 31 January 1855

evening star. local intelligence. Xahtb Bob? ard Adopt an Citiibhi m rf| PiPiRTBBBTS AT WaRBlHGTCR.?We ?tm the fallowing from the Union of yester y. sliontogthe number of native bom and idop*d cUisens employed in the diffeient iep *rtjp?nu of Government in this #ity : 8TATB I'lFAHTIIST elerkf?18 native born, 1 born of Ameri rtQ parents, transiently abroad; 2 foreign kw?* 1 nefseoger?native born. 1 packer?native born . ] watchmen?native born; 3 watchman foreign born. 1 7 laborers?native born; 1 laborer, foreign born i' & in All?30 of whoa are satire oitiseas; 5 ?f wkoaa art foreign TBBASVBV DBPABTMBRT. In the c^ceof the Secratarj of the Treasury icd bureau?, including the officae of the aa njtaat treasurers and mints there are 430 Americana, M foreign born, and 3 not known. 1> venue cutter service, Americans. #5 light hoaee keepera?Americana, 23S, for tigwers. 32; net known, 132. Customs? Americana, 1,845; foreign era, 227; not known, 26. Total number of peraona employed under...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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