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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 February 1855

?l A S V rMNG STAR. XT X4IE * a aw ?"??* ar *as. aaowmjto. wa? r.r?i a> iK-.tty women I know. A* 1 vrt *1 > >?r s~?t, mailt of Mn<Mn*- and no*, ep to sh;*4.", m* u to n >ucti\ in :Ue lot* rod.en *')? V hiit ?h?'? still r> irentb- r?M ?>u warm an] cold ihy?: % ? >f? Ka*. !??j ??r had ? her tuovcjient a grace. You turned from ib? (airt?i 10 |ue on her rice; \nd wt. n you had ooec ber forehead and mouth, Von an V d?*<uKby her aoui and her truth.; My Kate. ^nch a Un" inner itght <Yom her eyelids outbroke. You l?v~ r:cd at Unr silence and fancied she spoke; Whet sfct a d, so peculiar, yet soft was Uie tone, 'I hooch tbe louden spoke aim), you her alone: My Kaic. I doubt if she *aid to you inoch thai could set Vi n thought ot suggestion; al?e did ant attract, 111 tlH) MIIM' <?f tbeh.- i'I ait and wi*e, I infer; U r piking of others made you Uiink of her: My Kate. fshe never found fault wLtfc you; never implied Vour wroaf by ber rixht,?and yet men at her dd...

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. — 13 February 1855

VENTNG STAR f! aUMilKD K\XKY AFTERNOON, (MTCtn W7HDAT,) /< i/i$ Star H*tidingt, ecrn0* Prr-ryfTmn s**hv$ mn4 Kltvt itk strut, IT WAf-LlB?? * IIOPK, wot V- ?rv?l to aabacnber* is lb# eiuet of Wuk lr..to?.Grori?u?wB. Alfundrto, Baltimoresod Phila 4. ?{>?, at SIX 1VD A QUARTER CE*T8, pay*, fc- j 10 the Afeata. To mail mbwriban lit ?utvcnpuoa price la THREE DOLLAH8 AND f rrTCE.VTSa r**r in mimnet, TWO DOL L MIS for SIX HONTflS, and QUE DOLLAR fo. T H B E 8 MONTHS. ft?-Si*?u conn on Cl?T. VOL. V WASHINGTON ac., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1855. NOl IMPORTANT to the sick. ri'HI grrat experience sod wMlkDown skill of I prof. MoCuwu-CE If ? aufflrient guaranty to the Jiblk that the following lift of Medicines, such u Lr. been constantly used In his practice lor the K thirty yean, will fully sustain by their .ffiK. tt? value-> qualities attributed to them, ud pr ve to bs the best Medietas# stor offered to the ^ f!* Dr. McClintock's Pectoral Syrup. An invaluable r-*m-d? far Bronchitis, Oon...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1855

kvening star. WASHINGTON CITY: 1UESDAY AFTERFOOlf February 13. O* The Urge and aonvenient dwelling on the corner of Peansylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Pomcs sion given immediately. For tcrmi ap ply at the Star office. Notice to SrsflCBiBBas.?Subscribers to the Star, who do not get their papers regular ly. will oonfer a favor on the proprietors by leaving information of the faot at the Star coasting-room. SPIRIT OF THE MORHING PRESS The Umon eschews editorial this morning. The Iuttlligenerr thus notioes the triumph yosterday ei the bill to confer the rank of Lieutenant General on Major General Win field Scott: '? Liei re!*AHT Gbncral?There are few readers of this journal, or of any journal, who will not sincerely rejoice to hear that the bill tor creating the rank of Lieutenant General for the Army (with the view of conferring it ?>n Major General Scott) has passed the House of Representatives, and will, we may presume, forthwith become a law. The lengthened c ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1855

evening star. r==^OCAL INTELLIGENCE. TifCoCKClW?Board of Atd?rm*H?Lut nnht in the Board of Aldermen, (Mr Presi jimt Hill in tbe chair,) tbe Mayor'? Domina tion of a new Board of Health wai laid be fore tbe Board, as follow* : Ur $. t Snoot and Wa Wilson, for tha ?? ? |? gfii ; Dr H P. Howard and Jobs H Reilly, <^tood Ward ~ Dr Jas C. Hall and Harrey Crittandan, Third Ward Dr William Marbury and W. E. Howard, Fourth Ward. D. A. Watterson and Jamas A Brown, Fifth Ward. Dr Cbas W Daw and A. W. Venable, MXtb Ward. Beoj. b. Kinseyand Wm R Kiley, Cor tha Seventh Ward. Said nominations war* temporarily laid on the table Mr Hill presented tha petition of Joseph >cwfiel<i and otber* against tha efeotion of Mother livery stable on Eighth street, batwean D and E streets north; referred to tha poliea committee. Mr. Pepper reported from the improvements committee, a lower board a bill, authorising Robert R Pywell to erect a stable on Eighth street, (the one referred to in tha petition m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 February 1855

KV'-NING STAR. HOW. Tli- following lines from Household Word*, are lull .4' wholesome advice as well aa beautiful mi acery. They convey to the youthful dreamer a lea ? .n Whirh it would be well for him to ponder. Ari?e. for the day i<? pacing While you lie dreaming on; Y our brother* are cased in armor, And f Tth to the fight are gone; Y<>ur pi ice in the nnki awaita you; Each man has a part to play; The pa t and the future are nothing In the face of the ?tern to-day. An-!'* from \our dream* of the future? ? u gaming a hard fougtit field, Of 'forming th?? air>- forTr^s*, Of hiiUine the cunt yield; Y<*ir-future b it deeda of glory, Of honor; (God grant it may'.) Rn? voiir arm will never be stronger, (?r needed as now?to-day. An?e ! If the pa?t detain you, Her sunshine and storm* forget; Xo chain* so unworthy to hold you A? thoae of a vain regret; Sad or bright alie is lifeless ever; ? a t her phantom arms away, Nor took lurk, nave to learn the leaaan ? H a nobler Mrile...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 February 1855

THK KYRNINrt STAR prTHr.?~ rvVpv ArrrftvnoN. At tflt >' >' H i?'?f ?, / ???njytvcnto 01 f V t I I, < 4' n A HOCK, Will ??? "-in ?! <nu r)t*.-r? iu iftf <?t W'aah m/HMi. <? ?rt?- o. V"*mdrw. Raltj Bon n?o Phila *ti.itM.. ?ND A vUARTMR CENT*, pay* h,r *'? ?1? ?>> ?h. To maU mbjcnberi the niiworiiHi'ti ;irir?: i* TIIRKE DOLLARS AND nri V fESTil i year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE tfOVTHS. rortu ova ca*f. ?BfSGMMBfCSgggM VOL. V. f H 1 ? M <ft*' A A ii 4 V ?4 $1 \ y $ 9 ' e A UM/A V WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1855. NO. 660. I HE WKF.K1 ? STAR. !'<e .**? t.i fxu.ui XtVtmiM "J a r? ??rwi *4 taur?Ki?| fcaJtnj I *- t"W?4 it> ?n ?Ui*f la ..*1 % ?u^U ??p?. *ci _ N OWII. Tr--_rr 4o_" " *" ???*? ? ? ? ? ?.?<?? n? ? ? ? *???????? ? ????? *%?????? V4 ^ ?/" ?*4?r, ?a*4.*i?.aiY ta ttfiica 99- *?*;?? ropHM (ta CM fc. ? lb? J u>, lMUc ^ U5, DJprr Cn r~Tiuirim. K ?TH?.raa. who netaaaf?*.u wui a* il??, a ccmmiMio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 February 1855

EV ENING STAR. # VVAS1HNGT0N CITY: WEDWESDAT AFTKMOQH. -Tabrmuy 14 The large and oonvenifnt dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue an.] Eleventh street is for rent. Posses bi,*Q Sivea immediately. For terms ap pl) ihe Star offi^. ? PI KIT OP THE Md&H IHO PRESS Toe Union defends General Cam against the recent assault of the New York l\i announces the almost entire convalee cerce of Judge John Y. lluon, which news *tll gladden man; hear La indeed, and pre dict.; tae entire destruction of the Britiah army before 5ebastopol. ihe Intel'ig>. car publishes a strong oom mur.icafion from aome friend of Senator Shield;, at-routing hia defeat in a great measure to the lukew?*rmaeaa of the Washington Union iu Lis b half before the eieotion, of which the editor a*Ji : AJmuaion for the article which appears in auo tisr part of-this paper on Ihe sibjeot of .,/Cf eKl e'ectwn of n^ed States Senator in l.lir.i i? ha? been requested by a personal and ,,l,t .1 frienj ofoln. Shwi. JSToSn*?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 February 1855

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. St. VAL**TI!tES> Dat.? ?? To- morrow ia t?ami Valentine's .VI in I he mooting hrtipw; \mf I a maid al my window , To s?ee my Valentine.?(hh Son?. This is Skint Valentine's day. From what we it? around u? we conolade that it ia not observed as it has bean in days that have paa<ed A n exchange paper says; '? Tbe legend that the celebration of St Val Ma?xv t r aessaJS tended their researches into antiquitf. But there have been manj dissenters from this tsfsit .ftT thit v7 U' TW7 o?'tain it is that the custom of heaping Valentine's JV ,s *ei7 old. Valentyie was a Christian priest, and Buffered martyrdom in tha jaar of our Lord 291, at Borne, under Claudius Cwiar 11 lfcera n a show of reason in the sugras !L0Br S llle kopwcalia was the prototype of the festival of which this day is oommonly received as tha anniversary. In tha first place tha oustom* of tha two are somewhat aimilar. th*P*?? holiday, the name? of tha girls were placed in a vase, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 February 1855

R V EN ING ,ST A K. I HZ CHABOE AT WATOL0O. rrtflt wiL-nr* sron-.- - i >n same the wtahmd ?Jiks ih* last ?, Bat ft ?r tea I iwf?p of>m pest blaat? On cam* the wmrTWffcd?ateel |?eams broke L Like lightning thiwagb the rolliag auaoke; The war wii waked aaew. Three hundred cannon moutha roar'd load, And from their throau, *lth dad) and Cloud, Their ahowere of iron threw. Beneath their fire, in fait career, Rush HI on the poodaroui cuirassier, The iaacer couch'd hia ruthless spear, And, hurrying as to bavoAjiear, The cohorts' eagles flew. In ona dark torrent, bra ad and atrong, Tb' advancing onset roll'd alone, Forth-barMnger'd by fierce acclaim. Toat from the shroud of smoke aud flame, Peal'd wildly the imperial name. But on the British heart were tout The urrora of the charging boat; For not an eye the atorm that view'd i hanged iti proud glance ot fortitude; Nor was oae forward foetstep stay'dj As dropp'd the dying and the dead. Fast as their ranka tb* thunder tears, I ant they...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 February 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, I). 0., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1855. NO. 661. thK j-'yf->,|vo star puri.: -''t? ft rrr?'T"AfT?(WTvn? ; trctM 9*ryDAvt> ' At fAs ft tiAyi, corner '? ? *?.i ^'mwwfA ?"*#!, * ? ? ?.????# * IIOPI, ?* l? ?MMrnhrr? ? i?ir ct?*a ttl W'aat. 4l?'ian<lria ?i>tin?.M> a*g Phil*. ?M ?" * ?"N uwiRTna ccarra, p.*. Ve ??--li. *> u?r Ajvbc To bmN aukaeribcn Um MhMTifNM* ???? ? TURK* DOLLAR* AND rirrr ?;rwt? ? ymt ,a ?*eeWi TWo LARS rw MX WQWTHH, and oNB DOLLAR ?or TMRRR tfOVTflS. C.M?. o.. cm. GRATIS! joarr PUBLIBIiB?^IC'J?w discovery in ^A* IUt">n?? Treatment, with J^iu?d,c.,',e? <* Spermatorrhea, V*0*' VJeaknese, Nervou* DeWTi ijr, kow npiriu, Latitude, Weak aeea of the Unht and Back, Indutpo , sgvS sr ftrr sattr&msaa FyW TH? PRJtWCH OF DR. B. DE I.ANEY. laSi"!^ ?at l,h"*r aU""'"f complaints sxifje 1-V5 ?VJ w,tLoul *?"??* ?.? th.. 222 L^TMiy 7 and the ent.rely ul ami,If .y.*UrC,e"fui Anient, aa adopted by ?v by mean* of which ev ery one u enabled to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 February 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: THURSDAY AfTERlVOOlf.. ..February 15. VZT The large and oonvenient dwelling ou the corner of Pdhnsylvaaia ayenue aud Eleventh street is for rent Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. &PIBIT OF THS MORS Die PRESS. The Intelligencer advocates the passage of the bill to authorise the oonstruotion of the proposed seven new steam si oops-of-war, and earnestly deprecate* a veto of the spoliation bill, repeating, in cogent language, many of the well known arguments against the exer cise of the veto power, and in favor of the measure in question. The LTmion argues that Senator Seward owes his re election to Know Nothingiam, holding that it came into play just in the nick of time, and under circumstances which made it the most convenient stepping-stone for that talented and sagacious statesman's purposes PKKN0NAL. .... W m W. Fream, once a man of some considerable property, and about ?tix years ago Assistant Alderman of the Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 February 1855

.EVENING STAR. LOC^AL INTELLIGENCE. Tw? Balls Last Nigbt were, neither of then, crowded, owing to tho inclemency of tk* went her ; vet eeeh wu attended by n oom pany sufficiently large to make n moet agree nhln party. At the ootertainaont at Cnrusi's S^on, oomplimentary to Profeeoor Mundor, among the company worn ninety of bin schol nrn. nearly alt of them being yonng Indies nnd gentle*en. the former the beantifal daughtera of tome of onr moat ?abttaotial oit itens. the latter being front among onr moat active. enterprising, nnd well known business men It wu the moet elegant rabwripfen bM 1 ?! *? Ur I1?' u>d gaviun alloyed retraction to the three or foux hun dred guests present. The daughter d? fro mmor M under, a child of four years of ace called forth UBiTennl praise by her danci?: Cf, *'??? <>? ????. ofmJI tkTSEt ion able and intnoaU dancea of the day with MMjpeee, and aoepraey astoniahing to all. 7iL*TV company of la. dies and geatleaan, or a oompany of better na^teur d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 February 1855

V .MN'fi STAR. THB IlJiESIDE Wli?u i<Hi ?n??w softly rimlc < ?n the da-kened WllWHW pine, \' <l tie nijr'it winds moan and murmur 1 i a wild and fittul .-tram! ?>li! Imw welcome * the eheerfnl, Rrighrty burring, ruddy li*ht, Clon-inc irom the evening fireside, Clawing, sparkling. ? arm and bright! II ?w the mellow beam? are dancing < ' i ihf reilmij and the floor, T'? n within the h< dark corncrs, With a gentle glance tiiey fall. Ar.l in the clear nnd pleasant radiance, A* ui ihe wav>!? of ?>j) i it plays, >1.11- tlie ?oul that's fiib'd with sadness, Li^ht* the eye with raJiant ray. Loved ones meet around the fireside, Thrfwgb the dr< ary wirier eye, Whil-t the storm without is wildest, . T.de* of other days to weave, S? i:js Mi it to the In-art are diare?t, p.n athe ?(??n the b*ll<>w?*d mr, Voice* ?ty in mirth are mingled, ??llou-eli Id w?r.b?" are sweetest there. ||ow the ay d and th** weary |.uok tack t ? liie h::|?py ftearth, U> wliiv nn'rr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 February 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1855. NO. 662. CSHED STATXS MAIl* ^ onto "ggSSfow*-} ? - - tv? m?a? of ?? om P??22B?'**>>? ?'?-"?,MT' th^kwt^roetwin the State* nfJfAINB, VER iOHUEETTS, ud NB?T YORK ; fro* Jaly 1, ISM, to Joae 30, 1856. oa the following routeela NKW JERSEY, PENNSYLVANIA, DEL AWAKE, MAKYL1ND, tod OHIO; and from July I, ISM, ti J bo* 30, lft.-8, ob the following roatea A ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI. ARKANSAS, LOCISI ANA, TEXAft, KENTUCKY, TKNNBMH, MIS BOTRI, IOWA, MICHJO >N, ILLINO?*. WT?~"T BIN, (IfDIANA, and MINNESOTA, NEBRASKA, ml KANSAS T?rri?ories, w 11 be received at *h? Contract C?oe of the Pout Ofll ?e Department, Wa.b lngtnn. D. O., uuM 3 p. m, April 10,1356, to be tlw <ided by 30th of the seme moath, (hang fir h* moat put, rom'fj rstobtuhed by cct of Aujuti 3, 1M4.} MAINE. (From Jm*y 1, ISM, to Jum 30, 1857.) 141 From Haynetville, by Barrroft Plantation*, to We<ton, IS wiles aod berk, twice a verk Leave IlayneeviHe Tuesday and Sitnrdey...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 February 1855

KV 1-N I N(i ST AH* W^MiIN?JTOBI OITT: FBIDAi AFTERS") S February It jy The Urge and oonvenient dwelling on the corner of PeansylTania avenue dn<i F.leventh street is for pent. Posse* ^ion pi Ten immediately. For terms ap jily At the Star offiee. SPIRIT OF THS MORHIHe FKESS The I'moh replies to the communication in yesterday morning's Intelligencer, alleging that that journal end the Nebraska Democrats of the Legislature are, for the most part, re sponsible for the defeat of (General Shields. According to the Union, the pubHcatfon in question involves an attack on Senator Don glm and his friends on the part of the friend of General Shields The editor warmly de nies that his coarse towards General S ha* been other thin the' of a sincere friend We apprehend that this denial is hardly neces sary. imsmuch as though the Union perhaps made a mistake in failing to urge the Qeaer al's re-election at the right timu, it it well known to all in Waihingtou that h% had no more sincere advocat...

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

evening star. local intelligence. t"?* Boo* CatLDRKA ?These pleariax little mil" rn* in ?"r dt7? 4nd *? o?n not raii.t calling to them tha atUatioo of all true lor?r? of tha drama They ara tha moat chaste d^%ton * chanuMari wa hive ever seen. Tha versatility o' tbef- ?? nine ia astonishing Miss Julia Daan and M.ss Dajanport will have to .bare their laurels with V??|the ?r th? ?uter??a erea ,BIWD*n-B?"j and play ^ ? chud-hka glee and fun, sudien'y transformed, at It were, into that vindictive ?nd incarnate fiend, Lndy Macbeth a. Ill ESTiBt0 the ear of tk* ^ !k J .i Ul* boa band, (who is personated b,- the older ?i>ter,) paaaion, ambition and thTLSLTJ^ vf*i?B*at*d lh* one forget. iiiir h#r ta *? *b? School for 8eandal theaa children are inimitable aa Sir Peter and Lady Tea?!e And in Komeo and Juliet, where all la lore ??d ?entimeat, the elder aiater, with ber gon. 1 tie beauty, i. so feir a Jaliet, that we woader w a mere child in years could have attained *> true a conception o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 February 1855

_ from tint pa**.} *056 Prom PaWtioe to Magnolia, 10 and bar a ??>k l*ave P*!e?tine irrary fsiaidaj ai lis m Arrive at Magnolia ?aa? day try If in '^aw Htgnrlh Saturday at ? p m Arrive a ~ fae-tine same dar by * p m 8060 Proo nontsriile by Oold Pprfrg. iwaftwoi Living r.? f]->?iTUl'. W to trill*, ZoTalln Hirtntillf, But' Parrr, La., Atr ro?*? Perry, (local) Hine>vfli?, (Iocs . HlnaeU?, Ob-neyrille, awl -Mn?| t . Red Rive? i andng, 360 mi lee ?< ???- amr ?w**k ? i Leave Hol ?rriDa every Monday at 6 a m A byY *t|^rd WT*r landing ?* aeventh day Vjm RWl Utdi*g ^ Mo?**7 ?t r a* ^oatrrfl'a an seventh dar by 9 n in Bid, 'o ?t I ?. Maxkevlll* La, uU raa \fr* tune* a w**k In font hor*e noe^hee, omittin* and supplying other luterm-dUte o^c-a, an^ to run by a propoeed schfdule, will ba con pmmtHI 8061 Frcm san Aaonio, by Port Oak, feontherland Spi in??, Yrrktown, Co'etto, 8ulpur Fp rings and 'lerpjiit Placa, to Viotwia, *0 mile and biek, three times a weak, In Ibnr horf. mnofct^ I^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 February 1855

T THK KVKNLMS 8TAK BLlS^tD EVERT ArTtRNOOW, (?unrt tHWDAi,) At tk4 Stmr r?iuuil9*H\m ?w/.. t ?N.i &/#*-??/A JlT **t, 9 y to,i,Ain * norm, Wir ??* w. a?it>acr;k"T? to tH- c?tt*? Ha?b O- o*j-??-??? j,, Alrtafldrta. CaKnnorr *oJ Pt.^ ^p?i\ %t rtll AND 4 QUAHtll UMTS, p?j* M? w<***ly to Uie Affiita. To mJI MbacriWa ih price Is +HRD DOLLAF8 AMD FIFTY CENTS a jraw to TWO DOL LARS for BIX ?ONTH8, and ONE DOLLAR tor THRU ROKTilfl. corm oh VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1855. NO. 663. *??hi ia < ? wiaM"* CM kr ? -to* HMK^taM) Wtrr i*r Mr at lb? ?*Frf- n'M-ftei otrr*. fo?rt*rr?a* an ?,a fc# a?ow? a dHMMm ?i iw? ?<; pr-r i UNDERTAKERS, te. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. mil ?9<*mlgaad woald rarpeettlly inform hv 1 (Head*. Migwpt and the Mb generally ?**? t? ?Ot) rrtirii to ekMtate ail order*In b." l.itMI hMki li thl b?lMB9?tnl It th?s!n?rt IPAIRIffO nntlj to4yrtafttl;<xrptt4 fOlCEALt ?ttiD?1^ to at to ehorteat notlm. acd to the beat' to Lht mutter fed ...

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

K\ KMNCi ST A vT^TuiNbTON OUT. BATTJADAY AFT*ii!")JS....?ehman 17. (HT*The Urge andoonvenient dwelling on the ooraer of Pennsylvania avenue and Flerenth street fa for rent. Poenss sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star offiee. THE WUUT 8TAB This paper continues to increase in popular ity. Every matt adds mw subscribers to ita U,l Tk# paper for to-day ia a oaplui mm. ^ ** brimful of tales, poetry, foreign news, wtf from ali parts of tiio country, and interesting Washington new*. All at a distance, who want a good family paper, which, whila It will keep thorn por ed aboot everything wortff knowing that occurs ia Washington, will contain amusing and in. st motive litoratnra for their children, should Wee. Prion $i.|$ a yw im Utun SPIRIT OJ TH* MJ&HIJVq PKS8 All tha oity papera of tha morning contain ? latter from tha Kay Charles Henry Ston. ?tree', of Georgetown Collage, tha Provincial of the society of Jesus, wherein that loomed and pious man daoiaa emphatically that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 February 1855

EVENING STAR. local intelligence. t^iSinTATid* ?We were present. last even ing, to witneed, OB tbe fart of the working n>?n of the WaahiD^ron Gae Light Company, one of those agreeable gatherings which ex hi bit th? social character of that bodj. The oocasion of the meeting waa to testify their eeteem and appreciation for their sui e ii.ten dent. Mr. John Cartwright who had resigned h'' situaMon wi h the oompany to go to a more lucrative p->st at ?he We?t, and to preeu him with some tangible testimonial of tbe e.-tima tion in wbioh be waa held by them. An ele gant supper, at a very abort notioe, wae fur nished at Kapp a res'aurant, on the avenue, previous to which Bergman 4 Tucker1! band played some exquisite music. Prior to com mencing supper, Capt. Reeae, of the High lander, who acted aa chairman on the ocea ? ? ob, roee, and in a very neat speech presented Mr. Cartwright with a handaome mahogany box of drawing iastruments, bearing on the ' cover, neatly engraved, the followi...

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