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

[commi id fbom trrrir|?| <H13 Fr?m 'Variant a, by .di idle uldf?, Oak Hi'T MctXm nh, tad Doabb CaMcs, toQriflk . 39 mile* >db?ck. 030*b rnL l^aveCov nucrta iond?yat5am Arrive it'irirtla fum ay by 8 p m ueayeGrunn ?Ve* ay a; t u \Triae t C vlajtoj mi" aayj by 8pm 0414 Framlv ..on a ny ?lat tao k, to White Hou ? i-Wm l? *ud ba k <ano? a week Leaa- l<jt: >i ?riday at 7am Ar.-V? it- >% it* H USB name day by 12 ? L ay* ?L u ^"ure Friday at 1 p m Arnwa' '.yth'-uui ams day by 6pm en *T m L.tb nia to ? otklrHffa, ? ratle* an,l ? ??* |Ml4| 1 ?vk 1-eaTfl Lyt .,r ta i irs ay at 7 a m Ar.ive h Keckbrldfa -ame days by 9 a in. ?** ?Koekbradg* i tuir*. ?y at 10 a m krraare a' Lylh- .i* same days "oy IS ttk ?410 FromHt n?> Mo -nt in. by Yellcrw River and j?we*.t lV*ter to Lawr*ic< yille, *) mil** ana ba< k, si- time a w-( k Le.are Ft?.e i-wiBtaln^taBy, except 8aaday, at. a t Ainv? at L*wrer cvil'? ramv days by 11 a m ?: Im tr * c *v 111 daily, except 8nnday,at 1* to. ?- ?...

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. — 19 February 1855

THE EVENING STAR I PUBLISHED KV1RY AFTiRNOON, . (CCL1 VCVDATj At ihs Star Eiiildiiigt, tonur Finnjylv+n*. 0*<4K*t? and Eleventh Mr tit, Br tr.iLLAcn a hope, W? i > icrrrJ to aabtcrthcra La ciuca oC Waafc i?<toa,'Jcorf2.cwa, Alexandria, Baltimore and Pit]?. 4c?pb.a, v SIX AND A QCASTIR CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agcnta. To mail robaclibera Um rihacnption pnee is THREE DOLLARS AND firTTCENTSa year la odtnnct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR far TOREB MONTHS. ft^-3inoi* cor;aa orb can. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1855. NO. 664. THE WEEKLY STAR. I ???? I Tea 4o ??. ,???>? ?<? ? ? ? . *????*? * ' Twtaty 4o 19" Cua, ur^maiT i> ttnict. 99* Slbfle cryken (la ?iapp?rrt caa be rroc1"rT a (be counter, laaMhatu^ artei ike Mr of tbe paper. Pn r?t?a?b caarra. PiMTMirrau who act at ir?i? ?nM fc? atowi a coauBiMi?>? of iw? tt* prr cm. GRATIS! J J8T PUBLISHED: A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE! A FEW words on Cie Rational Treatment, with- | J\ out Me...

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

*'VKNING STAR. v ' 5IIINGT0N CITY: MO: r . r.x o J;.Ff'bru%ry 19 VCr The large and convenient dwelling on the oorner of Poonsylvaaia avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses won given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star offiee. SPIRIT OF THE MORQUIO PRESS. The Intelligrrerr rejoices over the signing ?t the Lieutenant General bill, and dec'lnes commenting on the veto until it appears in itseolumn: (to-morrow ) The Unio:t presents its readers with the veto me**?g9, withou4 comments. A NovnLTr.?Wo have recti re J a copy of 44 Lea Homines Rouges de l\Amerique du Nord. Rapport a M le Alinistre dol'Interieur des Eta*s Unis Par M. le Chef de Bureau des /ffvires Indience'. Paris: Imprireri* Administrative do Paul Dupont, rue de Gren elle St llonoro, 45. 1855." Tais is a Frcnch translation (by Maunsell B. Field) of the last annual report of Mr. Xanypenny, American Commissioner of In dian Aiiairs It is well printed on excellent ptper, and proves that well informed persons m Europe...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. fiwOHiN Extrao?pisabt.?Under thia 1|?4 Warrenton Flag of Sat?rday last, Ctl,1Dg Wnuelf Mfcrtia d? Manx, Lrevet Major?came to Warrenton on Hota^'iVl ?,P El lhe W?n (Jreen Hotel He brought a letter of introduction to n-#f ?Ur U>,ra ft,n> ? ?^^OTSnE^SEAS 'V|!?i ** ?r.?U.n,?1 until the following ?r. P**r*d in the Washington8tar." * Here follows the account given in the Star dlyllwt captionMAn *"P<?tcr" on Thurt The Flag continues: The description given above corresponded 1? ?T#r^.r**P?5t so complete!j with the Major Manx, that suspicion was immediate!/ arou ***; . ^ committee of oitisen waited upon him and informed him of the suspicions against am. He could not satisfj the gentle men upon any point, but said he would ?atiafy them when he oould hear from Wash ington citjr He desired to know the conse quences of his failing to produce the evidenoe, when the exercise called "riding on a rail" was explained to him, he then enquired whether it would...

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

1. V ? A1N G STAK. H'Dl THr.a AWAY! ? BY AH* rini- . ? ? ihftn. <Mi Itiith* in all aiWT? J'u cap. Ms liUle trick, - Au i nu' iioai out my Killing * flit A <>n rurlln: lo^k; . Ah. once it waved upm In < braw^ Ye Willi c u.e axittw? Leave ikk gn dear a token Iit*? Ve know not what ye d<>. l.ast nieht the inoow earn* in my room Ao?l oil itiv I ltd ?.i J tie ; I woke, ?*?<?! in th? -i;\ t light T thought I h< :irJ Mm err; I li med iiwu'ls Ui?* hulc erlt>, Th curtains drew a*:>!e, B*'or?. hilf f?*fpm?. I bethought >lc tiia; u?y b \ lin I ,iieU. T.^ke t' "Ti aw. ! T cannot look On air .? that hrentbi s of him ! ?j!..tn> ???.?*> th-?> i? fcit'i? ??[>? l av loiH'.ini its ln>!i?; T ? ?.! ?rmr ! :?! fro:!! off" the wait - "i. v. r. .itiic i ?iil? withf red flower; TV.- rt I 4 Icati-s do whimper rae i ?f al! !???? ton 1 ? i.our?. 'I*!:? i it * . wi' i it-4 m^io hi'll-? i m ! r'o v.'Jt let them ?o*iiui ! ti ?j. I.r ; tli-1 <1 tiieui ouee ' - c ...

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

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SCNDAYj At th Budding. torrur Pennsylvania ai*nu4 and Eleventh strtet, By W ALLACli A HOPS, Will be eerved to ?ubacribera in the cit.et of Wash jifton. Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*. To mail tubecribera the ?ob*criptioa price in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year ia rf.av?,TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. 0^Bi*olk corns 0*1 r?*x. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1855, NO. 665. THE-WEEKLY STAR. ThU excellent Family u< Newt Joamai?con taining a greater variety of tataraattng reading thai can be found in any other -it published on Saturdty mil. ?ingle aopv, per annam................ %' #5 TO CLITM. Five copies ... .. & Ten 4o. ? J? {5^C**m, twvikiiti t in *?nirt. {&- Single copies (is wrapper*) can be procured at the counter, immediately after the Maue of the paper. Price?t**ii ct*T?. Po?txa*tbm who ...

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

KVENING STAK. * i,TON OlTY TUESDAY A*Th&P'*01l February 20 r?7"The laige an J oonvenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap? ply at the Star offiee. bllfi.II OF THE MOUSING PRESS The igenccr% commenting on the veto, says: " However valid this argument might be iur a member of either House of Congress in voting against the bill, It is not of itself suf ficient to justify the iDterposition of the ve?o by the President It does not belong to the class of cases in the contemplation of the Con stitution when it clothed the President with the veto power. Ihis is a distinction which we have employed the labor of years in vain to establish, if it be not familiar to the regular readers of our journal. The exercise of the teto in such cases to nullify the public we conceive to be a stretch of the power whicti has impelled u? so long and so earnestly to advocate its modification and abridgement if not it...

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

v!\r; stAH. L M A I. IA 7 ? LLu7k N C E. CeoeciLS ?Board oj Aldermen ?Last night, the Board met shortly after the usual aour, Mr. vice President Clark in the chair Mr Pepp?r presented the petition of J f Boob* mod othera; referred to the police com mittee without being read M. Johnson presented the peUtion of Mary S>ullivan, referred to the committee of claims without reading Mr Pepper reported baek from the im. provements committee, a bill to supply a de ficiency in the eppropriation for grading and graveling N street north, from Temh to Kurteenth itreet west, passed kllfll11^,w()L ?aed to insider the vote by which the bill to permit James Rhodes to erect a certain frame building in the Sixth 7,1 WV T0te r**>Midered, and ihe bill waa laid on the table until the next meet IBg. Mr. Fittpatriek reported baek from the im provementa committee the bill granting per mierion to Robert R pyw6ll to erect a brick stable on Eighth street, between D and E aireeta Mr Fittpatriek explained ...

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

EVENING STAR. THE KiU I IK. bt jonarna* rv>c?. . j? TUm ia 8eb??tapol. i) __ ,_ . ??it ia th? nest lb at lay at Sehaatopol. wth- Turkey *11 forlorn, i : at made the neat that lay at Sebntopol. Thu ia the Mare awake at morn, * ? * Ti at kir k?*d the Tuikey all forlora, a: made the neat that lay at Sevastopol. V* i* ia the Bull with a C >bvrg bora, it gor^d the Man* awake at mom, at kicked the Turkey all forlorn. *1 it made the neat that lay at Bebastopoi. ' ? T<\f !? the Coek of Ms urele born, T ? \T crowed ft* th? Rail with a Coburf bora, t r red the Marc awake at aorn, V at kicked the Turkey ?n forlorn, "hit made tbe n?*t that lay at Sebtxopol. i? ia the Earle all Hung(a)ry torn, ?t screaTfd fortha C>>ck of bij unci* bora, v crowed for the Bull with a Cobarg bora, V ? ?t gore i th* Msre twiKt at or>rn, Tt i^kM ih Tutot an forlorn, Jt n ai? the ne t that lay at SebaaCopoL >* i f>e B-ar wlih a rmwl of srorn, t eri.wi .? at air EaJe all Hun((a)ry torn, ? t b ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 February 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY ATIEKNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tke Star Building, corner Pennsylvania nvnme and Kh r*/ th sirm. By W ALL AC ? > * H O P K , \VU be servd to (mb*criter* in the cities of Wash Inftnn, Georgetown, Aiexirdria. Baltimore and Pliilatelphia, *1 SIX AXD A QUARTER 0?ENTS. p-tyaMe weeHj io the Apen:i To mail ?u!j?enber? the tubscriptMwi price inTIIJEE DOLLARS ANT FIFTY CENTS a year i;i uW ranee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and 0\E bOLLAB fsm THREF. MONTHS. Q^Si*nif corns oni r?WT. VOL. V. <ftc u ' f K-. a If & ?' U ,Z s r A f ? By l;, . $ ? $ ft j j l| rj| H ti , rjj| i$P || !? t*rr'X ~ - * - m ?!? ? ' a / j WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1855. NO. 666. . -?1 cr.1 ? ? ?"? V ? t0 to cira.. THE WEEKLY STAR. Ihia a&celient Fuu>| aa4 Newt Joaraa)?com ta<n'*r * r-?*???? r?rte*r *4 im?rMrtm i - . .r. i ?* ?i'\ -j-. ? ?* ? i Tt*X?. r i-.r i uai. cop^v. ._ ? ... "> l'.CO ' ?-!!,.:? ?RHELT Ik o4/- wrapper? i raaU prxut.'J .1 ?lt?* co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 February 1855

evening star. WASHINGTON gITY: WEDKE6DA2 AFTKR*0j5f. .Febraary 21 {?7* The large and convenient dwelling on the corner of Pennsylvania avenue ani Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the StarofRjt. SPIRIT OF TH* MORS ISO PRESS. Ihe L'tttut/ defends, cot the doctiines of th? veto, ? gainst which. it will be remembered that journal early tool ground, bat tbe Presi dent s right and duty to so dispose if any measure which bis judgment tells bim rheuld But become a law. Xhe editor settle* tbe question as to tbe original design of the veto power, as exemplified by Waahiugtcn's use ol it, as followa: ? Whea Congress, in 1797, passed a bill to discharge trom tbe military establishment a few dragoons, without providing for them such compensation as President Washington deem cd adequae, be vetoed the bill; and the men of that day readily acquiesced in it as the legitimate txercbe of an undoubted constitu tional power. Although bis reasons mere not de...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 February 1855

* v w N J \ G STAR. Lor A L I V I E L L Id i: SC E. Y K C AsbociATioN?Aoustst. bt Kev, Da. Ccwikgs.?The regular monthly meet ing of the Yourp M*n'? Christian Association of this efty w?* held last M -ndav eight at the Trinity Church The meeting wa? called to order by the Pres dsnt. Mr 0 C. Wight, ?nd was opened with reading from the Scriptures and prayer by I>r Camming*. After a statement by the President of the state of the Association. ihe cbaage of its man agement to that of a boird of managers, in ate?i of the old way <>f a standing committee, and the socoess attending the change. toe Sec retary read the new Uy-Lawj. As the objec's and plans of the Association a?e well de*cribcd ia these By Laws, wo givo an ab.-tract of them : The first srtio'e p escribes the order of busi ness The seeood and third articles we give entire: Arttrl? II ?Sec. 1. The varioui interests and otjeets of the association shall bo divided, as be eafter specified, into fif'een depart ments. each of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 February 1855

EVENING STAR. [mil tat ?IAR. A rOBTBAJT I* VBE3I ?I H- CL1I mi"1 ? >h: wjuM I might < onunan.l al wiil The Pot t's tire, ttic Artist's skill. 1V> paint Ui words of living light The isn."C <?f a maiden bright. T: ose twfrt eyes first b??uied on me As tuuliikl ou a -torui v sea! J will n??t call licr -Au^el fair," i ?r dome bright bi itig of the air; i ir-h words bt'rame Hie fliltYrv* tongue, \V in?s^ . I- i_ ?t as ioou .ls >-unj>; !ttl" mine. wbi li flows deup from the soul, ^Itall l.\c ontd thi h^art zrowacold ! i- not sprung from 11< av'nly binli. . ?r >??t loigo-I 10 tivr on earth: bnou^l! <?! a?z 1 in Uer ? ul To epoklo ;iiro;)?h the earthly mould? Mif leave* us no too far Im Ii ml i'.ut *till claims kindred with her kind. I! t w.rn.th t?f ii* art and chirnUof mini. M i f? i l-i.ir- a'l Hubdueff, irfined; jV s?>ni to t el another's woe. To kmd<ie*? quirk?to arger alow; Perception char, and judgment strong, I, ?od sens: to know liie right from wn&g...

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

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star Building, comer Pennsylvania cvenue and Blevntk street, By WALLACH * H O P K , Will be served to aubecnfcera in the cities of Wash infton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to Uie Agenta. To mail subscribers the subscription price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT8 a year In advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and OME DOLLAR for THREE .MONTHS. 00?Si?ule conM 8*x VOL. V WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1855. NO. 667. c i> r. m A THE WEEKLY STAR. Thlt sioellent Family wd W? taimnx a greater variety of lai cut b? found in any other?a published* -v -ir - ,y Single copy, per annum ? f - TO CIVII. "Ft'ii do Twenty do C^CmH, NVtlUIlT M UT4ICI (Ky? Smgte cop>? (in wrapper* > rant. .* at the counter, iminediauly after the w papu. i'tice?iuui currs. Po-THaaTaaa who act as agents wi a* wed a cuuii?h? of twenty per or at. as GRATIS! JUST PUBLISHED: ...

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

KV KtVING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: | THTJESTAV AFTiiBNOON... February 22 (?7* The large and convenient dwelling on tbe corncr of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star office. SPIULII OF THX MOUSING PRESS. Tbe Union republishes from tbe Morgan town (Va.) Telegraph, documents emanating from Know Nothing lodges in that region, designed, avowedly, to secure tbe return of a Know Nothing to Congress in place of Hon. Mr. kidwett. The editor waxes indign^ut over the disitgenuous course thefc papers direct tbe Know Nothings to pursue. The Union also has an article on the Texas debt^ hill, wherein it argues that the United States will be the gainer by its enactment yesterday. The Infitigmcer says: " Mr. Mallory has made to the Senate, frrm tbe Committte on Naval Affairs, an able repor* en the nature and v.tlue of Lieut Maury 's sen ices to navigation by his labors and scientific investigations inte the winds and currents...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 February 1855

kvkning star. LOCAL /AT E LLIGENCE. Wasmib?to!Tb Birthday ?This being the natal day of the ( til Patherof our Republic, our streets were early crowded by well-drensed end pleasant looking people to observe the pageantry of oar handsome military, who pa raded on thi? occasion. The morning opened bright end glorious, end reminded as more of ? balmj spring day than that of winter. The dsy wu ushered in by the firing of national sal ales at the Navy Yard, end whioh wu re pealed at mid day, and will be continued at 1 o'clock, the first company we of the George Washington Rifles, Cept. Chase, a new oorps, jast formed, who were proceeding on their march to the Presi J}"?1?11 10 P?7 their r??P??t3 to the Chief Magistrate. They numbered twenty three muskets, and are a fine-looking body of young man. The National Guards, Captain ?l. ' ' force, numbering no less than fifty men. They were aocompanied by F. A. Proeperi's new band, which discoursed most excellent music. At the hour of going to pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 February 1855

EVENING STAR. ? TiT BfiiUU*PL STAH2AJB .?*ri wili lead ttiKdt ?n tlie paib?th?\ hare not known." ISAIAH XLIlI, fe. H<*w fpw who, from their vnnthtuJ day, '? Uaok on n> what the-r iWe may be;'' raiming the visions of the way In coTot-j Wt, and hrifht and free. How lew who to Mich paths have broagiit l ite iiopt* and dream?< nf early thought' ? F..r G*. (brooch way? th^v havc notknowa, VV ill lead His own. i ;.. r heartj, the ?oulj of fire, \\ in pi* to ton ** stlfi man. \i,.i view wilii fyrtitt keen de9irK I l?e upland way of toil an I pain Vm*tW*h -com they think of rcrt, ; <->r holy eaiia, 01 traaquU br-iu*, But U.rou^li ways tluy have not known, Will Mid Hi!" own. A lowlier task on them id laid.? Witji love to mflce.tb*' labor light; A Jul the## thftiriieaafy they must sht-d c?u <iuiet h.>??><? ami l.??i to right. Changed are ifieir vigors high and fair, \et, ca'iH and 'till. Hiev labor tlierr; For *;*!, through warn.they have not known, V> ill lead f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 February 1855

VOL. V. WASHINQTON, D. C., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1855. NO. 668. p tTSITEf> STATfS MATLS. Foot Cukj Dapaatjaurr ) February 10,1H*?. j ilOrviiLj carrying the mnfl?of tbe Unital ^ M.;?aTrom July l,]<a5, to June 30. 1867, on the folio* rs rtmtw in the *taid< of MAINS, TS& ISONT.MASiJ ICUI/SETTS, and NEV Y'-RK;from Ju'y 1. 1866. t.-> June 30, I860, on the following ro.-t? In NtfW JUK KV, FCNNSYLVANIA. DEL AWARC, MA^YLlND. and OHIO; and from JoJy 1, 1365, t > June SO. lif 8, on the following rontaa In ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI. ARKANSAS, LOCI81 ANA, KENTUCKY, TXNNM8B1, MI8 80TRI, IOWA. MICHIGAN. ILLTNO'B, WISCON SIN, TNIHAWA, and MINNKtOTA, NKBRASK A, ard KANSAS Territories, w 11 Kt received at the Contract C <11w of tb? Poet Ofll ?? Department, Waab imit-n. D. O.. until 3 p. m., April ll>, 18-5, to be de ? id?l by 30th of the fme month, (btiny (i>r th? moat pirt, rot/its establiahmi by act of Aumut 3. l*tl> MAINS. (Frtm /?> 1,1816, to June 30, 1857.) 143 From ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 February 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFT1MMOW Febriary 23 XT The Urge and convenient dwelling on the oorner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Eleventh street is for rent. Posses sion given immediately. For terms ap ply at the Star offiee. SPIRIT OF THE MOBHIHG P&XSS The Inttlligencer if to day devoted to newt. The Union criticiaea the letter of Senator Wilson to the editor of the Organ. WA8HIHQT0H 1TZW8 AKD 0O88IP. The Celebration In Alexandria ?Our gcod neighbor* of the city of Alexandria "kept" yesterday, the 22d of February, as they, of all people, should keep it. It wai with them a gala day, reminding us of the good old time*, when the anniversaries of the marked days in oar national history were, all ever oar ooun try, daya which were dedicated to the true American duty of renewing and brightening the memory of the events of the timea that tried men'a aonla, in the hearts of the youth of America. On thia oocasion, Edgar Snowden, Eaq , of the Alexandria (Jazttte, than whom onr con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 February 1855

5k V KN 1 N(t STAK. LiU A L I Sit: LLWESC E. Pbilbarmomc Society?We have bttn in formed that trie Philharmonic Society will repeat their concert on Tuesday evening, the 6*k of March The great deaire on the pert of enr citizen* thet this concert should be re peated. and the many urgent solicitations which have been presented to them, have in duced the Board of Managers to take this step; on which occasion they will present eome of the choicest gems of music frcm the old ma;, ters that have ever been perfotmed in Wash' ington The programme embraces the beau tiful cantata by Romberg entitled the " Power of Song " and the equally tine composition of Bishop?"The Tramp Chorus,'' in which the marshal tramp of Clan Alpine's legions, and their battle shout?" Clan Alpine's cry is win or die ?are delineated with Much surprising effect. The favorite singer of Washington, Mrs Franklin, hes kindly volunteered her services, which were so highly appreciated by the audience on the occaeion of their ...

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