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

EVENING STAR. A CAT*00*ICAL COURTSHIP I mt one night ??r*iHe a hi? dyed g?l? The rtrr w>< oat. and ?n, a??, wa? her mother ; A IfN'1 flimr around the lamp <11*1 CW), Making taint <k?l?ir?, b ei.ding ii ? acb other ; Twm near twelve n'rlack, two, in November, Hlit: had a nhinr] on alw, I remember. Well, 1 had b-en to nee her every night For thirteen <iat*. and had a snaaking notion To pop th<- iiu?otion, thinking a'i wm right. Ami one - <it Twlee had made an awkward motion To take li?-r .aand, and dtammered, couched and ?tuttcred. Bat. Komrh. w, rv thing to the point had uttered. I thought this .-l.ancv. too good aow to be I >*t; I hiu hfd my cha r up pretty ?-|o?e be?id> her, Drew a l?*ng hr> >th, and (ben my legs I cros^'d, B?>nt oter, ir.<1 or fire mi utes eyed her; She looked a-> if *itn kpew what next wan coining, And witli her foot up n the floor wm drumming. I didn't know h<rw to hrgiii or where? 1 ci-uMn'i up. sk . tiir ivoriU were...

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. — 7 February 1855

WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1855. NO. 654. THF FYF YTAT} * PUBMSII/.I* s:\FRV (ixoarv ? ? At t\4 i* (Or/.iif'f^wytn m ? "? i-r4 Fio?-?*t4 tt T ? ???,%<;(%* lltPI, i VV til h. to ?nh?cr tv*? *? Ut> eiMa-fl '?r WsiV Pt?41a 4cit>?H. -tt ?IX V ?!> A Qt'AKTlti CBWT.-4, pmf ??? n?. To wail ml?crt>>en il>? ?u!? fytwv ..'ire i* THREE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY t;~Nf.s t rM< m TWO DOU LAfed ft?r 81X MONTHS, ud OIWB DOLLAl Jar THIPR *()NTII8. Copim on Cur*. r\ - * . Jm - UNDCKT*KEB3. te. OA BIN SIT MAKEK A UNDERTAKER. 2a I ux.<lo t*ued ??u!4 n*pt*.tfal]j iaforia hfc friend*. x^Mhdmii, and th- peh)V. g-nanilr t he ?t!il c^-ttlaoM ti exoeote all crier* in hv Una of bu_i>?*? !u tb? bet *s4rr?r i?.i at tLs fclort Mt nrtW. &KPAIR1IQ n**t2yvt)i pronpt-y eraectBd WSKilALV ittindd tc it ?' the * ho ratiR*. ud (e the b??t1 Btaa?r ft. ivi yr **r?xi in (hi WJ ! perfm( rxr, to I St v/u^Mut k ftK^okfal for j?u?t favora, h? wo aid r-opeotfally Bolk-it, ku<l *111 ??...

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. — 7 February 1855

KVENING STAR. W AM! IN a TON OITY: WEDNESDAY A FT KB PO ON .. .February 7. Ts" The large and flMvenient dwelling on the corner of ^nsylrania avenae ??d Eleventh street* for rent. Posses sion given immedUMj. For terms .p. at the Star office. JT' 1? ^CB8CE1B,Bi<~ Subscribers to fv Vm r' Wr d0 DOt get th#ir r??0l? , V. confer ? f?vor on tho proprietor! by leaving information of the feet at the S?er counting-room. * ' "FIKIT OF THE MOANING PRK8S. The Inflligmctr, eommenting on the pur pose of the Houie to take a teat vote to day on the propriety of revising the tariff in the bal ance of the present-session, suggests that the falling off in the revenue from custom* will make many members hesitate about voting with the Chairman of the Ways and Weans Committee. The U,non, to-day, we are glad to perceive enforoes the duly of economy in the Govern ment, and oontaini a correspondence between Secretary Marcy and Col H. L. Kinney We have no room for it to-day. We may, however.J that Mr. Maro...

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. — 7 February 1855

KVKNING STAR. Lvr A I. iy T E L J, Hi ENCE. 1*\irrKA?? K COSVBSTIO!* LAST NlfcHT.? Rev E P Phelps called the convention to order, and Mr. Isrnel opened services with prayer; after which the Secretary read the mm ae The President then wished to be ezotued _ from serving on tha committee to represent tha interests of the convention before tha District Committee in Congrese aa ba had not tha time to attend to it Mr. A. X. Harrington tben obtained the floor, and a*ked the President if he was a Son of Temperance7 [Answer. ?'No Wall, air. I wi.-h to know why the Catholic clergy a ere not invited to join in this oonrention ? W by the Protestant clergy alona were invited? Since Ueorge Savage, tba main pillar of tam per.isce in tha District, was whippad away _ from the door of Temperance Hall, temper * ance had gone down with Mr J. A. Wiae here interrupted the speaker, when the Chairman called both to order, i stating that there was nothing before the meet ing; bat, on motion, Mr. Harrington...

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. — 7 February 1855

EVENING STAiL THE COCK OF THS WALK. Y'MI i-trut about by Arid and brook And think your ga.i and plumage allow you, And yet. fmr all vrnir trrftly look, ( t4d Cock, I know yoc. With brea^i ao ?leek r.ad ey? ma bright. A* if jpu w?ra the pink of honor, You're Pttiffed Hill of wrath and aptte A* Bwhop Bonner Yon fctTip'ing bird, your ann and heir, ' And trim aa y?u in limb \nd f. ather,; You ruff ?nd tumble everywhere In every weather. To-day, when he had lone no harm, Bu; atretcb tin throat and mock your bawling, Ywu ruffed >our neck aa big'* my arm ? And knocked bun -pnwling ? Down in a twink aa -tia til'a a rail? AatonUhed into beir? civil? Tfeeu up aad off with hUid and tail Both on a level. But ihongli your prow* you may biaat, And though in dreary duinpa ?o aad he? 1 ku< w not which u> pity nua', The ?un or daddy. You'll tava ywir day to strut the floor C?c* ?uf, with pluck kiid voice aapirunt, But tim? will raekon yollr score, You hen rooat tyrant! It in not that the ma...

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. — 8 February 1855

tftf evening star every afternoon, <?XC5*T 87!fl?AT,) At tkt *t+r Jf siUinra, torntr P#M7txy/??*ui t crtJi .UtM, ft i ?r i ?. i.if ii .% 11 o r k , m ?*? ^ fi-r ? in ihe cit?r? of IVw||. ?MVP C'0?sr ?wi. V ian lrw R-iltim"r. ?nrl Phil*. 4H.OJ3. ?? ??'fX AND A HV\?>TIK CEKT?<, payi y# ?????? > a? lh?' A*>-ma. To mail Rahscritoi* ife ?*<?*? n THREE DOLLAR? A*D fifTV i'CSTTS a f<*r im advanct, TWO OOL or SIX WOMTII8, and ONE DOLLAR uk T '1 R E C MOJITIIA jjl^^iHRLi fofitt om rttn. VOL. V WASHINGTON rro n ft? T?k' rt> i.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1855. NO. 655. 0A8INFT MAKER ?% UNDER#.* I<KR. TflKjB>r?ixa-l w..Bli -epe-ttelly Inform M, frl-ads, acaaHntanc^ And the pnM'n z-nerallr aut be -til! ^thwa fo e*~ate all ord*ra in hi. H,e jfbnMcear la bea: maarer xnd at theebort |f. ootloe 5if? ?!tVrro:npt!y *?nM. rtHikK* us to at the ?bor*e?f noti ard fa the t' ??mar. Bo-Htt rrenrrvtd in tf* ww?> rcr/ecf man t p>, ryi m the wonaeaf f+aikrr ?.e*nkfc> for past ...

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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. — 8 February 1855

KV ;??> ING ST A R. '?AMii>viTUN ? ? | ; v IgUM?-,1 *rT3K?f^ Frbm^rj 8 ^ The l?rgc and aanvenient dwelling on the oorner of Pennsylvania avenue and hleventh street ia for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. Notice io L-cascr.iBXRa -Subscribers to the Star, who do not get their papers regular ly, will oonfer a ravor on the proprietcrs by leaving information of the fact at the Star coon ting-room. r.rir.iT or tke xczazAe press. The Union's leader is again in defease of the proposed Central American expedition. The editor bases his remarks on this occasion on the assumption that tj^e expeditionists propose only to make a temporary municipal govern ment We hare no space to-day io which to renew the article in question, which strikes lis as by no means breaking the force of the letter of the Socretary of State, published on our first pago of to-day's issue We refer the reader to that very cle^r document and then to the bhort but cunclujive lett...

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

evening star. local INTELLIGENCE. fgt <?bajid Ball ard SrppiR at Willarp's Tne SO commendable apirit of rimJrr between the great hotel* of Waahicg too U muring amaaingly to the advantage of gaj and fashionable society of the Federal patrvpolis. It wiu bat the other day that we f^eorJed the history of the magnifioeut affair at the National; we are now called on to no tiee the splendid affair which came off at W U ItrJ'i l"1 tveniog We never witne*a?d a more iasbionable or brilliaot as>eaoUv, tor Mw ?s tcan* beautiful women, dreased with sacwh rich, elegant taate. The lovely women of Oor own city we^e not only represented on this occasion; bot other cities also bad oharming representatives, among whom we noticed Mrs. 11 of New York, and her niece and Mrs C , Mis* H. of Philadelphia, Miss P. of Brxklyn. Miss W. of N. H., and tha two Musrs M of Georgetown The daughters of several members of Congiwu were also there. ?nd appeared to vie with each other in loveliness; emoDg *hom we n...

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

EVEN ?NG STAR THE WORLD WOULD BE B aTTER FO& IT If ini n cm ?? ?? r im mil I nif *n.| ? >.utN-fi.id- nnd flnn; It. wiUi ban he:??!?, ? m n? SeoaMat b?it - than ^rig md -?<>??*; If men, 'nst> ad r?f iii'^'ing pnie, Would l?*a?n to bate it and abbor it; 11 more relied Op Love to guide, The world would be the better for it. It men deai; le* in mocks and lands, And mori -n h >nd* and deeds fraternal; If lov-'s w bad nn?re willing hand* To link thi- wo?1d to the ?u|>enial; If men st?? if ovr '* nil and wine, And on l?rm>e; tinman lr arts would pour it; l! 'iir?" nd ,;mine"' Wouu i. ( omliine. Th- world would the better tor it. If more wmi a.< the play of Life, Aid few? r ? . it 111 rehearsal; If btgo;ry ?* -u.d di'ath its knife "Till fo< ?>er-ifin more "niv?r*al; If C.wtnn ., -a with agrs grown, Mad few men to a-lore it; I* tr nt shone n 1 "ith nlnne, The worh v?k;I bt the better lor it. " If m*?i w e v in little thing*? Affectii? iu nil (Gfir baling*: I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1855

nlK KVRNfNO ST A It PCi-U;'iS? RViRV I'Tea.V'XlN, iifjzn vixi>ir,| /, tU Si :? H ?uirr^il PtHn tylmmr. ?* w ?? ?7 a ? II * hopk, AJl b *'? nkrviiiitfi n t'ur a n1* :?? V\ oj'-i ?*?>? Alexandra. Rilum vMtM X, - -?1 SIX AND A QUARTO* rRNTH, pj,M. We *?. :ki? ??????-' Aft du. To mail nih?criWi? th* MWrtpuoa -vice u TIIHRB DOLLARS AND riFTY ?'R*TS a f*r in advance, TWO DOL LARS i*nr SIX MONTHS, and ON P. DOLLAR . r TURIB MONTHS. 09?Si*?ii none a oat CtWL VOL. V WASHINGTON, I), t FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1855. * NO. 656. UNDERTAKERS, 4c. cabinet maker^undertTkkh: Tfl8 83lar^<c^ wonu ?ajf.tajiy iafr.rm m> friab1, %.-;a*itiud -a, ani tv pnvts *-eneraily rtk?t h* ?ml.eca'aao-a to cxecrtf all ort?ra i* hj? use of nc?la?* in th? b*,-t ntpo?r ?ni *t tfcs ?bort wt nnvks* rsp^ ih'wo nht!*?ii(? pfor.n!!* trmtted rrf^mls attended tc. It ---i the i&^ri.~"and is lb* v|| t|fm _ ma" o?r. fry tut prisised t?; ?a* wtoft prrft^t ? tr. nr ? tv ?<rim-j< wnth/rr. ?e*ekfn!?-r ?w?t favors, he...

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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. — 9 February 1855

\ :mn(; star. V* i ?. i n I.TO* fl I Y ? TEIB1Y ..-..Ttkrairy 9. \cr The l*rg? and aonvement dwelling on the comer of Pt.nsylvania avenue and Eleventh street la for rent Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. ' Noticb to ScBgcuiaaRS.-Subscribers to be Star, who do not get their paper, regular J, will confer a f.vor on the proprietors by leaving information of the faot at the Star counting-room. KP1&II or THE M januo PRESS The InteiUgtmmr speaks in high terms of the opening addaess of Joseph H Bradley, before the Mechanics1 Institute at the opening of their annual fair. Mr B doubt lea* gratified his audienco highly, for he is a gentleman of rare abilities. The Union disc sses " Slanden upon the President," republishing the oxoellent article from the Baltimore Sun of yesterday, upen the fact wf th* President's keeping his own counsel, and thus setting he speculating p^c penalties of the letter writers to work to inven monstrous stories about what is go...

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. — 9 February 1855

evening star. ~~LOCA L INTELLIGENCE. Cr*i'i!,6or the Mktbopoljtah Mechanics1 [5fnTrTS ?Nefwitketaeding the inclemency cf (be weather a large crowd assembled at the fimitbfonian building to witness tbe formal opeaing of the second exhibition of tbe Me tropolitan .Mechanics Institute. Tbe follow, ing are tbe namee of the officers of the Insti tute ? President-Jo*. Henry. Vice Presidonta^ H' B 'lodd, C F. Wood, F Mohan Corres ponding Secretary?J. 0. Brent. Recording ??cret?ry?P M Pearson. Financial Secre ,?rj?W II Ward Treasury?Joseph Bryan. Librarian?Uoliia Amidon. Directors?Geo U Plant. Z M P. King. This Creaser, J as 0 Neil I, F Y Naylor, W Aabdewn, William Dougherty. II IK Easby, Jas A Tait, Jos U. Pradley. F Mattingly H. Polkinhorn, W. D. Breokenridge. David Hepburn, John Sessford. ?r. William H Baldwin, Thos. B. Entwisle, Martin Buell. W. F. Bayly, Cbas Edmonston. Aim n Baldwin, and John Clarke. The following is the committee of arrange ments Messrs Mobun. Pearaon, Bryan, Amidon,...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 February 1855

EVENING STAR. f AB EWKLI. ?t rancncE. Mv snttl thy sacred image keep*, My midwght dreams are all of ihce, for namre then in silence sleeps. And silence broods o'er land and tea; Oh. in that bU'I, mysterious hour, How ott from waking dreams f start, To find thee but a fancy flower, Thou cherished idol of my heart, Thou hast each thought and dream of nune? Hare 1 m turn one thought of thine ? Torever thine my dreams will be, Wi.ats'er may be my fortune here; I a?k not lore?I claim from thee Only one boon, a gentle tea^ May t:'er blest visions fiOin above Plav brightly round thy happy heart, And may the beams of peace and lov?, Ne'er irom tliy glowing soul depart, Farewell! my dreams are still with thee. Hast thou one tender thought of me ? M%>> like summer bird* may fly, >fyih??pes like summer blossom* depart, But there'* one flower that cannot die? T hy holy memory in my heart : Xo dew* that flower's cup may All, No jiunlight to its leaves be given, But it w.ll live and flou...

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. — 10 February 1855

? . .; Pf " f ' f ? fc, ^ V r i *' ;T?T >??* ? LI t) At i'-. *r tit. /' <t:??r h/.*v?i<A 4fr?*i, 0? *% 4 ?.!.??!?? A N O l< R , %Vlit !?*-?? ? I ?-? #1) >1^ C1W--? ?;l V\ uh ????? w. AVtuM. H*5i??H?rr ami Phils <r';h.-, ^?.*IT (MO A QOAKTIR CK.V1V, pars *<<??>- iN miAit Apnu. To mail Mlv?critwn to THREE WILMRg AKW firi'v CRJUX I y**r in ?tfvo**. TWO DOL LAR* r?T Six MOWT1IH, and Olf* DOLLA* tot THKKK HONTHS. florin on rem. NO. 657. 1). C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1855. CNDKRTAKKS. *c. . cabinet maker a undertaker^ T1HI d3-U?l<n?d would re*p*ctffclly Inform hl> Men J*. -iC-jaeintaaee*. and Mm public jt?nernily that he rtlll aoctionec to eyeoota *17 -rJers |B hit Ui? t>i bceiuee?< In the lui czuanet uj at -he short ?at aotr'. MPAIRIMO " ?m? *? 1 T*TfT~Ti7**f 11 w ?lad ri'SKHA :<? atcendei to ?t ? Lfie ;oor> c aotloe, ?uJ 1b the beat ouB*r &>Wspraatraari ?n tAa *~*ttpcr/eci mm *^r, ?r? i* U< w-nmdMt ***Uitr. - ?a*akfnl for pwH raeor...

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

KVKNING star. WAMJINGTON OffY: SATURDAY AFTl&BQQIT^rebraary 10 A GH51 AT WABHlIOTOH PAPER Oiit weekly edition for the coantry is fast getting into public favor, u the acceseiona t( our subscription list abundantly provo. Mor< than ordinary interest attache* to the irsu< of to day, aince thai the eloeing of the eewioi of Congress developea decisive political actioi of w>d of the Executive Per eons who subscribe for the weekly now, will get, hi one form ot the other, the "summing nr. eeit were, of leading eventa of the pa* political year, ae well aa the detail of wha will hereafter oceur Oar opportnnitiea t< make the Star a reglater of leading eventa an m ample at our labors to that end are an ceasing SPIRIT OF THI MO 1*5 IN6 PBE8S The Intelligence says of the declension o; Mr Breckinridge: "It will, we think, occasion very general regret to learn, as the public will do b/th announcement ef the Hon Mr. Breckinrid* !k Hou**, of K?PreMnt?Mvea yesterday hat that gentleman...

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

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Public Schools ?The bonthly meeting of the Beard of Truesteee wii held on Wednee d?_T evening Present, Dr. Charlea W. Davis, Chairman; Messrs. Bennett. Dlokinaon, Poik, gieoa. Lord Magruder, Benson, and At Lee , Tke minutes of the Inst meeting ware read and approved. Reports ware reoeived from all the teachers, with the exeeption of the two main teaohers of the Male Primary Schools in the 2d and 4>h districts snd the teachers of Primarj Schools 5o 1, second district, and No. 1 and No. J, fourth district. A letter was received from William Dixon, Ksq resigning the offioe of trustee in the 3d district - On motion of Mr. Hanson, John E. Bates, Esq ? was unanimously appoMfcd to til the esc incy A letter was received from John Hill, Isq , principal of third distriot school in relation to the delapidatcd oondition of hia school honse, the inconvenience and injury oansed by the orowdod state of the school ro<n&, it* backless ?eats, and deficiency...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 February 1855

fooTn*r*D mov arrpLSXiXT J MU f?m Ooriagtoa, by Middle tMga, Oak HU1, WVmough, aad Poublo CiMu, to Or 39 raflee tad back, onoe a weuk. Info 0??lM<mt Monday at 5 m Aftir# ?*6rHln Mn? Jmr by I f a i^eeveGri/ln Tueaiay at 0 jkn Arrive at Oovtagtoa aame days by ? ? m 6414 from Lythonia by Fla t ftoak, to WkltoHoVM I 14 mil#* and bvk onoe ft *?k Leav- Lj thontfa Friday at T a m Arrive at MUllto Htuaa aaaie.day by It I I/?? Wblte House Friday at 1 p m Arrive at T.ythonla ?ami> day by 6pm Ml* from Lythonia to Rockbridge, ? mOae aad back one* a week. Leave Lythonia Thuraday at 7 a m Arrive at Rockbridge Mm* days by 9 a m. < u--.va tock'oflife Thursday at 10 a m Arrive at Ly.boala nme iayi by 13 m 0419 From Stone Mountain. oj Tel tow River aad B???t Water t? UvrxiwTllfe, *0 niltf and ba^k, si*. tJm v a wr?k Lmv? Sioae jfcountaia, dally, iim^ Sunday, at 7 a m Arrtv* at La^eueeville sam* days by 11* a m Lawrinoevllle daily, except Sunday,at 12 Arrive at 8 ton a Mountain aame day* by 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1855

~TFrP EVENING 8TA R pUBUSCSn every aftkrhook, [MUiZTt tZWOAT,) it uu $*** ra~%*r F*tzruyl+mmm ST*rnU **A F'#v#mA 9*T?4t, Mr f? t Li.ACU Jfc n OF*, W?i i?- u. ?ab?enBfr, la Uh, citi*? af wv ?* A??iaa.!rta, Ba<tiOMwea;td p^i?. AND A Ql'ARTU CEIfTf, pay* m*#r ? ?be Af?-m?. To mall rtbucnlvr? tba grrfwcfljtUflfi price la THREE DOLLARS AMD f'PTY CRWT3* yc?i in afaonce, TWO DOL LARS for SIX ?OWTH8, tad 0*E DOLLAR far TSRBB MONTHS. fp?9iMU conn one er?. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1855 IMPORTANT TO TI1E SICK. rrrai gwat expsriene* and welhfcnown ahW of I pp-f McCuhtoc* I* a suOeiant rnarxnty to tha ^nMje thst th* following list of Uadidnee, such a* Lre been constantly ased to hi* practice tor Qw Us- thirty years, will faPy sustain by their effect* tne val?ab> qualities attributed to them, and pr^T? to he the bft Medicine* erar offered to the /. Dr. McClintock's Pectoral Syrup. ^Qlnralaab'.e remedy for Bronchitis, Conaump doB. and oil chronic diseases of the throat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1855

K\ hMNG S ( All f NtiluN K ii*V MOWDA? irTERWogy February 12 03^ The Urge and eanvenient dwelling on the oorncr of Pwnsylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. Novice to Scbscbibbbs.- Subscribers to ? he Star, who do not get their papers regular ly, will oonfer a favor on the proprietors by leaving information 0f the feet at the Star ooua ting-room. arau or thi mftmife press The Tntelltcenecr, of course, deprecates a veto oi the French spoliation bill, arguiBg earnestly against such aa event. It will be remembered that that journal har always been an advocate for the paymsnt of those demands upon the Nation*! Treasury. The editor re publishes an artiole against a veto ftom the columns of the Sentinel, and commends its reasoning. Now, we shoald nob again inter fere in the matter, but for the fact that we see evidence around us of a settled disposition to misrepresent the facts connected with this case tor the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1855

evening Star. lOCAl INTELLIGENCE. A<mv?RSABY Mkktim ?Th? third anni Ttr *ry tnee'ing of the Washington City Young XtD ? Christian Association csme off at the -auhsonian 00 Tuesdsy evening last, the 6th lad In order to give the reports of the oft carswe have been obliged to defer the pro ceedings to this late hoar. The services were opened with prayer by Jchn Berg, of Baltimore; after which toe retiring preeldent, Z Richards, K?q de livered hi* ?aiedietory address. This wae fel lowed by the reports of the librarian, treasu rer. and corresponding secretary, and the introduction of the president elect, 0. 0. "Wight, Bsq yrom tbese reports we leant that the asso ciation has. among other things, establish*! a Sunday school in a destitute part of the city, which is attended by nearly ona hundred pu pils; also, a weekly Bible class for young men ?t their rooms, which is well attended. During the last year. 148 names have been added to the list f-f members, making in ail about 4C0. Durin...

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