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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 31 January 1855

EVENING STAR. TH1 SXPA1AT1Q* *T WILLI** MITH. wrote no vitiw when ray heart ?u broken, Mo melting stanzas of subdued despair, . I ashed no silken trem as parting token. Bat hid m\ fact upon her bosom latr. ? >n her pale lip*, mv last d? vowing kisses Were like a sentenced victim s seal of death; As 'mid invisible demon-' enwousJiisses. We nnngled life and thought and sense and brea'h * I left her with a solemn. sa<l fmogh ng. The word* of hope fell idl\ from tongue, As in some palace I romanced of living. Beyond the sea?, .md whispered "We are youflg " Ye?, we were waug. bar shadow-winged du aster Had mocked the mighty impulse of our souls: Courage is vain, when vulgar j?re d h master, Nor beauty's m i<i<_ sallen h:tte controls ? AH, all was wrecked! I viewed my empty coffer#. The ruined temple ol my fortunes eyed, Then pictured fancy the old world's mesas scof fers. Then blazed erect the phcrnix-crest of pride! I would not linger there to lYet and borrow. In the ca d cl...

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. — 1 February 1855

THR K VENT NO STAR ^ P EUS - V: ZRV attkrnoon, r?tryi^r At :\t Si ir t'-r>: it.-jt, romi* P**n.ty{vmHi* ????? 'e .??-? rlm+tk ot ?* ? ? run a- r> o t* k . tV :i V- ??rib.'.** la the ciLtj .if UaaV -mi hi? BiitiwfladPbiii. ?1~ ? * ?; ??! V \ND A QCATtTFR CENTS, payri ?? ~ bl' ??tiv uuhr Afiit;. T'i mil aubeerihen th? ?? - ... ? |k,.ce j, THKFE dollars and Fli I'V CEVTf* % v*?r in oiwrnv, TWO DOL LAR* f,H J*lX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THRKfc vf.iTTHS. coriu oaa c?*r. _ I5 NT; SRTAKERS, 4o. OAJBlNET.^fAKKR & UWDTOT~AK?E. reep-ctfaUy Inform Ma * J- *? a^ailBti.wM, *? 1 public ??neraiiy that h* ft ! cntinrrea t? ex?^te *n eri.-r? ia b<? ?BcV'-Iaa*^**4 tJ*" ^rtmappwaa-1 *? the short. ? 5n*k?M*.a foc^y eiaaated. rUNlkKALl U> .? .? . w? ?!nrt?-T M?:?. ta tb* r^tt nan n.- "? f?*f r.ru/ry+d ia Uu wiztf perfect m? "? M; -?Trrt** rratVr ' f jr pMt hrcn. he wca'd r-epeet/aUy Baueit, aad w"! tn-i^?rr>r ?."> n?H/ % in tin nance oi ^ the aeme. ANTHONF BCO ILY, / Pa. are, p. ...

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. — 1 February 1855

EVENING STAR. W % <U INUTON CIT Y : I THURSDAY AFTXWOOX February 1. (?7? The Urge 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. - ??i^???0 ? ? Kuticc to Scmcej??r?.? Subscribers to the Star, wbo do not get their papers regular ly, will confer a favor on the proprietor! by leaving luf.,ra%<ion of the fact at the Star counting row in SPI&XT OF THE MOKS1NG PKXftS. The Union conceives that Know Nothing ism in its tendene tea look* to a anion of church and State, and mourus in advance over the ?vil tendencies of such a state of thing! in thia country The lnt?iiigencet thinks it will be impossi ble lor Congress to consummate anj thing in eonnec ioo with a change in the tariff daring the balance of thia session, and adds, in an other paragraph : '?There are now bat twenty-seven working days of tue session ef Congress left, and th? buemeaa unfinished is of large amou...

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. — 1 February 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL (NTE LLIGKNCE. Arsiversaft Mrrtixo ?The first anniver sary of the Home Missionary Society of the Ninth Street Methodist Protestant Church k came off cn last Tuesday evening The Pres.dent of the Society called the meet ing to order, and services were opened with prayer by the pastor, and singing by the choir. After which the report was read by the Sec retary. showing an inerease in the membership daring the last six months of aboat one hun dred. and en according receipt of funds Ihen Hon T D Eliot, of Mass , delivered the ei-ening address He alluded feelingly and eloquently to his former life hero, and of i the changes which had ooourred?the few old ^ friendr? old boosas- old homes, he now saw. which be was familiar with twenty-five years ago Tbe theme of his address was the bene n fits of the Bible to society, and he treated the sul ject with aa eloquence and an ability sel dom displayed by an active par1 lian in politi cal life. With Coleridge, he r*garded the *...

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. — 1 February 1855

EVENING STAR. WHAT I* TH4T, MOTHTB ? *t ?uxor What U that. M?*h?; The lark, ay child! The morn ha* but just looked oat snd smiled. When lie starts from Ins humMe, graeey ne*l And u up and away, wi h the dew in lus bn-iwt And a hvmn in hi* heart, to yon. pure hnfht sphere, To warble it oat hi hi* Maker's ear. Ever, mv child, b> thy momma lay* Tuned, like the lark's, to thy Maker'* praise. What u that. Mother' The dove, my son ! And that low. sweet voice, like a widow "s moan. < Is flowing out from her g?ntle breast Constant and parr, by that lonel> neat. As the wave is poured from wme crystal uru; For her distant dear one's quick return. ETer, my son, be th n like the dove; In friendship as faithful, as eonetant In love ! What is that. Mother Tho eagle, boy! Proudly rvecrin* his course of joy; Finn, on his own mountain vigor relying, Briasnru the dark storm, the red bolt defying ? I lis wine o i the wind, and his eye in the sua, He swerv-s not a hair, but b?ar* onward, right...

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

THR FVBNf NO STAR purustikd KTTRY aftirnooh, (now wkpar,) ^ ik* 8Hkr Hnidynft, e?rn*r Pmnrfiwmmm www** m*4 6>7#r**(A Krwi, my wamicb * BOPS, wn Sr. #?r*e?i 10 ntaciitx^a hi tbe ctHr* of wajh i?mw. oun|?<iw?. AtenMrta. Bulthoor*and Phii*. m8ix AXT> A quartb* cents, pay* m? wr^kly 10 tii? \jr? nt*. To mail mbacntori u? ?nfem-t<r'<oa pnc? ia THREE dollars and rirrv revrs ? t? ?<????, two dol lar.* '? six months, ard OFIB dollar *nr threb months. ql^slnni co Pica om caaf. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, 1). ?., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1855 0NPERTAEER8, Ac. Tiai??14MAKKR 4 UNDERTAKER: T T^rxtftau iBteKa hi. fhmt Ka?*??> 2? CM' U<J pnMJc generally Be. ?JIW te ?T"cnt" *1] or*?? <? mMB#T#n< ?* U* short s' jfr * "?eat!y and promptly executed rlllBKALS attended to at tk? shortest notice. and la the beat r~*rrvd to tM mttptrftci mam *?r, <?n m tt? wrnwii ?'saUar. * if-***1 for past farece, b? wonM re*perffV,iiy ?iWt, a ad will eodeeror to mwlt ? continuance oi *???aau^ ANTHONY...

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

EVENING STAR. WAamT m;N ?;fTV TKIPAT AFrS^V;ir....;..rfbratrY 2 Death I#i a W. Maury. Esq We learn wth a> oh regret that our fellow eitisen, Joaw M xrRT R#q died ^ dhj ft| qusrter before om o'clock. Mr Maury wa< universally e. tee*. 1. In hu deftth( tho p^, man h aa log* a b, aefeotor, and the eity ol Washiagton one ef its moot valuable citiiens We mourn hit less, aa will all who kaew him for? <4Nou' kn?w hun but to love him, None nn ntxi turn but to prai?e *? He died? "Like one ?> 10 c'raw.? the rfraperv of his couch About him ind li?-a dovrn to piensant dream-." 8PIEIT C.J XH* MJKWINQ PRESS Tha Juttl.tftnnrr announces the lamented death of the Costs Rican minuter, which oc eurred yeete'day -aying: "It is oar pait/U doty to anoouace tha de cease yester-ay, the l?t instant, at bis resi iltZ n 1 ?:l/ a lingering illness ol ????! ? I e.ip? Mohna, Minister Plenipo n itlt R,Ca< O'^mala, and Sac Salvador, ihe stimable character of thi? ? gentleman. his fl a and cultivated ...

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

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. Laciraa onBaariL.?The lecture on Brsiil by Rev Mr Fletcher, at the Smithsonian on Wednesday night, wm the ritheft treat of the Mr. P. commenced by siying that Brasil wm fir at trodden by Piroaon, who thought he bed foend Indie. In January, 1531, De Sure discovered en opening in the ooast, and >al!ed it Rio de Janiero, the River of January, and though the opening wu afterwards found to be that ef a bar, the name along to it and ?till remain*. The city iteelf it also knows by the iaae title through the oommeroial world. Thua the country fell into tbe bands of the Portugueee. they drove away, by perfo ration, all thoee French Hugenota sent out by Admiral de Caligny. and finally expelled the Dutch, though not until they had retained possession fnr thirty yean After that BrasU became the great colony of Portugal, and was subject to almost as many restrictions as Ja pan. Foreign vessels herdly being ellowed to refit there, and none to land. When the Fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 February 1855

EVENING STAR. TO A CAOXD KAGLX. Bird ol the sun, *nd Alpine cloud. Why dreop* thy ?M* form? Tb? than-Vr o'er rt?e ratUe* 'oud, Aad calln thee to the storm. Bird of the gale, wh^re is the fire That IH thy mouarrb eye,? Thy giant strength that sought the far Pavilions of the ?ky? Proud mountain bird, thy flight is o'er. There's blood upon Uiy pluuie; The light nine beckons thee aloft. But fate ba* -4W thy doom, And rvtKIr * ' *iare done the deed. Frtnf ?m v k the Wow, Ob Pre. x ? ai tbou must hltfd. Chains \ ?? .y i fo*. Bold bird! thy proper sphere .h wher War's crimson burners ware; The emblem ? f our liberty. The honored o. the brave. Thy form ou- coiu au?i flag should grace. Tiny nam* our watchword he. Each bero> henrt thy '-pride of flart."'' Proud type of Victory! A Mator as is a Mayor ? Mayor Wood of New York is indefatigable in his efforts to make New York a model city. The Sun says: The bone-boiling establishments art nearly all broken ap by the order of the Mayor, lie is ...

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

PU^LISIiftO 6VJLRY AFTERNOON, (ascmrt witdav,) At ih? 8*%r BnUJinf*, mrntr Pmwrj >wm>? R/fr*ntk ??'#?, , ?> WiLlt.liH A Nt PI, WiJl Sf rrfd to ?ir>?rrb?wi !? ikt d(hl of VVnah G-irjfiofr-M, A>nandria. iUltiaurrand 4*pb>V M *?? X A TD A QUARTRR CENTS, ptf? M? irrrkli rc the Ac nis. To aiaU wb?cxlb<Ta ito MtMrrtj.** vrt i? TrtRE* DOLLARS A!fD nrTT OKVTS* fw in admmet, TWO DOL LARS rof mx WOWTRS, and OMR DOLLAR fcw Til R RE HOTTHS. fcJM?!??.a cotiMoii can. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1855. NO. 651. ' f ? ? * ? ?i^aiagiagBgBaatfia nH,1. ; | " i u ? UNDERTAKES, Ac. CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. THI onlervlgned wruld raapactftxllv infnira his Mends, aoqaalntancee, end the public ?ene?Ily feet B* Mil pnvttam to went* all order* la his Bm of hnsfitos ID *.be bert manner and it the ehort BKVil&lRfl neatly aad promptly executed FUISEAL9 attended to at U i til* shortest not km, and la the bMt i?. Mwyiewwt <n <Ae ~ MM ^fl WWTVMff i^WthfT ikful f...

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

i;\ LNIXG STAR. WAt>UVov 5 S SfS ?AlTJtDAt A FTEIf'WN.... .February 3 ? ? ? ? 1i . ? A FIRST CLASS FAPlR . The Wmiv Star for to-day bears every avideoce of a flret elan weakly paper Any one doubting thie feet is advised to call at the i effioe and examine for thi? sites Tales, poetry, witictsns. personal matters, ?ad new* from all quarter* fill Its column? It j eoste bat 91 25 cents a year + m. ? ? &FI&XI OF TH* M02KIHG FKESS Ibe Union discussing (be question?'Shall abolitionism prevail in tbe South,"?holds op the peaay-catebiDg dodge of 4 tbe Hot Tbos Jones, a fugitive slave," who it kiteiag over ! the northern Slate*, loo taring oa "Slavery at J Popery," before the ejea of the Sooth, as evidence that In tbe North, Know Nothingi?m is abolitionism. The iMialhgtne-r takes from the Joum~t oJ Commerce a synopsis ef the proposed tax iff bill of the Committee of Ways and Means which, we in torn take from their colamns, as follows: ' The basis of the change proposed is a re dmo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 February 1855

EVENING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thb Gbasd Ball Last Fiobt ?The ball At the National, last night, wu the crowning enter ainment of the h&ko, so Tat. The ball room?the ladies dining ball of ike establish ment??u not too crowded, (he lndiee sojourn ing in the bo nee who took on themselvee the charge of the Affair, as hostesses of the even ing, having exhibited good taste. indeed in not issuing too many cards of invitation. Thus, there were not store thaa, rvrhaps, fire ban tired ladies and aantlemet pr?Mnt, nearly all of them baiag leading pertona in society here (General Scott towerOd above the throng looking erea more distinguished, habited in the neat end elegant attire of an Amerioan gentleman ot fashion, than we ever saw him appear at tha bead of his staff, on parade. There ware many other distinguished military and naval gentlemen there, as well as Judges of the Surreme Court, Senators, Representa tives, and many gentlemen connected with European embassies in this metropolis...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 February 1855

[oorr *???? r*on a trrn.a atwr ] MeDoa cga, ?%& Doable Cabio#, U Grifln 38 nulae? ikMk ml. Leave Cov ; jton a Arrive KGdln ? m? ifbySpn ^ : Iy?ve??rifS. Tr??al y mi ? a*n Arrlv- M c *1 ogt >o hud* days by 8 ? m 6414 From Lytb '??# ny flat bo k, to Wblte tfoaa 14 allX And DUO ? *Mk Lmt* Ly tat aia Frx^a/ at 7 ? m Arr v* at W H u->a day by 12 m ' U?t? WMt Moaw Friday a! 1 p m Ar'ive at L-iaom* 'UM day by 3pm 84'4 Frcm Lyt iotU co Kotktrklg.se milea acd baek on^ ?tut - Lmt* Lytn-DiaTi nUjtt7am . Arrive at Boekbri^je aame days by 0 a m. ' i L?y ttn^b.-id^^ \aaday at 10 a m Arrfra at LytMai, d?ya by IS m - "T-."?*" iUTll 07 Lim ?*d? FromStora Ma-nt la, by fallow River and Bwaet W itw to La?rt*4.c ville, 20 miiaa and back, rt' nm?> *? week I^ata Sto^a Mountain, d*lly, exoapt Sunday, ?t 7 A a Arrive a* La?r?c^*rlQb rame day* by 11 a a Leave Laa jrast'tlj daily,except Sunday, at 1* Arrive at f toue ? lunula name darn by 4 pm ?417 from 8t ue il< antaln, by finckneyvilie, to W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 February 1855

TilK KVKNING STAR Y'UBLWIKD IVfiHl AFTERNOON, a, - A* ilft t4t( n^f fr/uu^/iMl ? K?*?( *"?? Hlewntk rtrt*t, & T W4I t. it'll * n M f K , WW! J.. ?.?*..? f, rit? rib. 10 Ul? ciM?3 of Waafc n/r-;c ti?. Alexandria, Raluriirvaad PhiJv - jMu?, ?| ?*i x \;*il> A yCARTlR CKWTrt, paya kie m> tr.? A^iui. To nail (utftcrtbcn the i?>int?U:n (?io? u T11REB dollars and nrrr curre ? r?v i? two pol lv.tS tot i*lX MONTHS, ami OlfS dollar tnr thkc8 if OSfTHfl. 0^-81MU corics on C VOL. V. WASHINGTON, I). MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1855. UND1RTAK1B8, Ac. CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. rl unler signed would respectfully inform hie rtead*. nojaalataaofta, tad tbe pnbUe geneiaiJy ha atflL ooatlaaM to execute ell orders la bfc Una of MaMl la tha beat QAnur and at tbe short P4IB.Ha neatly and promptly? FVIKRALI attended to at Mm shortest notice, ud ta the Wot * aanaw. f**Ua ywtatri to Uu tmrnt per/ss? mm* Mr, men m U* worsts* matter. ?a?akf<il for pwt hiora, bo woald rsopoetfbUy oftMt, aad wtli ninvo...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 February 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AJTmWOOJr February 5 The large and convenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenae and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. Noticb to Scbscbibbbs.?Subscribers to the Star, who do not get their paper* regular ly, will oonfer a favor on the proprietor* bj leaving information of the feet at the Star counting-room. SPIRIT OF THX MOSSING FRI8S. The Intelligencer, discussing the French Spoliation bill, says: "Daring the discussion in theHouee of Rep reeentatives there seemed to be tome misap prehension as to the amounts likely to be paid to insurers or underwriters We have under stood that the underwriter simply stands in the place of the original owner or the confis eated vessel, and is not in the position of a speculator. In abort, commerce oould not be safely carried on without this ajatem of un derwriting No owner of a Teasel would riak it to carry out the cargo of other peraons ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 February 1855

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. Tva Mbbtijiu m Alixaidiu, Va.?Ac eerding to advertisement, there wu a very . meeting in Alexandria on Saturday Bight, to hear Hon Henry A. Wiae After those present were called to order, (in Liberty Hell) Col. Shat introduced to the audience the ?' bold and fearless Henry A. Wise of Ao eomack" Mr Wisb. taking the stand, laid : Fellow-citisens? I moat crave yonr indul Knee. for 1 em weak in body. I have, in the it 31 deya. appeared before the public 15 timet, and have apoken from 45 to 00 honra. My lurgi are lacerated, and every muacle ia ^aore from this continued exertion * therefore. I muat throw myself ob your kindness, end request you to be aiient that 1 may apeak at ? The laat time I appeared before yoe, Alex I andria waa a part of the District, now ahe ia 1 within the bounds of the Old Dominion; thank | God for that! Then the goose ate the green grass in your streets; now your city has as ^ sumed the true business air that should belong the eity...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 February 1855

EVENING STAR. LINES Suggested by tk* magniHetnt leeturc of Alexander Dtmiiry, K*t BY mo. Behold the man ! what matchless, godlike grace, Is blazoned Vnind Ms great, expresaivs fkcs, Th? fotct, ? fuil,?? rutfinf, lordly (rud, Speaks fro* bis heart the wow of that bravs land, Which falien now, once ruitd the titled Queen Of mind, of soul. tf I Mtug and all seen! Nurse of the cods! far freedom's blest abode? The poet's pride?whence Homer's song has flow ad, Rolling with deathless fame from age to age, The first?the last?the beat on hist'ry's page! Foremost in art, nt science and in strife la columned grandeur and fn marbled life; Bend, bend ! before Hellenic, towering might Ye gifted voi*rias, of the pore and bright!? All this and mora he speaka:?how silent all; The mournful echo trvmblee through the ball; In every breast responsive echoes breathe, The ravuhed senses twine an unfading wreath, For those who fought for freedom, scorning same, Then yielding lite, bequeathed themselves (0 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 February 1855

a^i THK EVENING flTAR PC3LISH15D ltTURT AFTERNOON, (?SCXTT M7*1)A?J At tk* Sftmr bi*+l4%ne?, eor-nsr Pa*mtflmmn%m *+*nu4 and Kl*c*?tk By w?i,i,irn * nopi, W i I !# ?rr*i-rf in nlMc: >kai ta :hc cHicI if W?h lift*, Vr?*n.lrta, BiIUIMi' Phtta aa KIT AND A QUARTBR CENTS, pay*, bir w9>-klv u* t?i* Arm*. Ta nail robacriher* lha wtHrritrti,*, n*ire i? THREB f)OIXARS AND riPTV CENT? 1 ?w in atone*, TWO DOL LARS fhc S?!X noirrns, and OlfB DGLLAB 'or TFIRRB VOTTIIS. 99>3iim Coriii on raax VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1855. NO. 653. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. ! CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER TUB aod*r*i(tn*d would r*epectfhl)v Inform hi friend*, and 'be pnblic sr-nerall: that b* ?t;ii oontinaes to execute *11 order* In bit line of busiafts is the beet cio-wand at the sktri M; notice. RBPAIRINO iMtly ?n4 jironptlT MMitld VUlfillALS attended to >1 ? If i th* shortest u^tle*. and In the best ?uaaw. BrxH* premncd tn t\* Ml jxr/srf Mi Mr, see* tm the nt i mmt wtaUm. >?<o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 February 1855

i* ? ? * - ? r v* f' - * * f * \ O 1 ? ? I lN i i * V ? \ . V A ?** iT<^ ? ?? k TUEBuVi rPTSH.*')-1. T.branry 6. 3^7* The large ?nd convenient dwelling oa the corner of Pennsylvania avenne and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. Notice to Svb*cxibbrs.? Subscribers to the Star, who do Dot get their papers ragular )j, will 0infer a favor on tha proprietors by leavir~ information of tfco fact at the Sta* eennting -00m. VPir.IT 0S THE MOSNIIQ P&EBS. Tbe Union this morning regard* the raccat opeoch of Senator Wila >a. 01 Mart , as proct that K".o? NothingUm at the north is simply abolition) sir. The In:'llif*nr*r r?j?!i? that General Cess yesterday added the weight of his in flu aaca agairst tbe generally received doctrine of obeiience to instruction*, to whl?'h tbe Democratic party usuaPy profea such veae meat allegienee 1 he Caneorl To Night ^fe learn ib?.t the tickjts fcr Hos? De Vries' eoncert, which cornea off to...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 February 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL ISTELLIGENCJS. A2lJLT-A,*1,TOTo*vCor*c,M ?The Board of dense a met the usual hoar last nieht a Hill in the chair g ' i frw" ^iow#r beard, making an id STOa? j?r / w "P*" * '(?efg, w ' ?lrat WaH '? *** for the relief of Wm Shorter; on. in reference tothe dam ?uUM?ed by the chaw, of gUeofpJ" ?**???, wwt of W.ioent? stre? Va-??*?. cs"y ^ twi?* ? wTprtTtii *??? 10 P*J an?* Scato. for certain printing. M amended first by this board AS tb? bj. the lo.or ko.ni l.w.r board h.vtn. larittod An tK-^ ' H ^;.4rd Mrgned te thow ?>? ?"?Mon M'.i x^ulr of th* 'owr board la 2??U ii Y'. ^ ? fair' h* ooatended, 10 M Corporation that iar toor# thaB d,b* ^e flf1"*1 biM WM designed to cow. Mr 1 epper conceived that the original mis take was attributable in a measure to the er ror in th.a board, in patting their amendment *? pay w iliiam Thompson hit olaioa for print King oa this bill He oonceived that the proper ^r,' ** direct the original 11 of all amendments, and pan it in that sh...

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