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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 March 1855

EVENING SfrAR, THE AM I BIO AW FLA0. ? * r When freedom from her mOMta^aeifbt 1 Cafortadl^ w?e air.,, ; > She lore tlie uur? robe of aifhl, \?d set the stars of |*orr there, r I She to* with us mmu dye*. . The milky baldrie of the akies, And atnped iu pare celestial whB?' 1 With streaking* of the morning light; Then from his mansion in the m* ?. ? She coiled her eagle bearer down, And gave into his mighty hand - The symbol of her chosen land. ., Maieetic monarch of the cloud, Vviw rear>t aloft thy regal form, . . ? To bear the tempest trampinja loud And *e the lightning lances driven. When strive the warriors of the s lor pi, And rulla the thunder-dram of heaven, Child of the ran ? to tliee lis given To guard the banner of the Tree, f To hover in the sulphur smoke, To ward away the battle stroke, A ad bid it* Mrddmga shute afar, Like rainbows on the cloud of war, The harbingers of victory! Flag of the brave ; thy folds shall fly, The *fn of hope and triumph high, When speaks t...

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. — 2 March 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1855. NO. ?74. . \ .1 . > : I i fc_ 1 ! 'i . IM H *3 *' <? *? *? UNITED STATfS MAILS. h*T Orncx Dutrxnr \ Vtbrnrr 10,18*5. ) PROPOSALS Ibr arryiof the?^il?of tha Unit*! IftitM rem July l. 16i5, to Jaae 80, 1867, oa the Mlo?r*f roat^shi the nUUi nf MAINE, YKU MONT, MASS tCHUSKTTS, tad N1W YORK; firm lUj 1, lMtto Jane SO, 1850, oa ths following routes la HIW JRR'RY, PRNNSTLYANI A, DEL AWARI, MARYLAND, ud OHIO; aad fran July 1,1856, to June 90.1RM, on ths following routs* In ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI. ARKANSAS, LOO I Si ANA, TEXAS, KBNTUCKY, TJtNNRSSRP, Mid SOTRL IOWA, MICHIOiN. TLLINO 8, WISOilN SlwriWDIAnA, and MINNE?OT?, NEBRASKA, and KANSAS T?iritori*i?, w 11 bi ratdrtd it the Contract WB* of the Po?t Cffi:e D r utment, Waih tnfton, D. O.. until 8 p. a-, Apri w, 1850, to few da ikWd by 30th of ths same mo-th, (being for th? g. * .? V ? MAINE {From 1,1865, to June 30, 1857.) 145 Fro? HsyRssvlfls, by Baccroft Plantations, to .. Waaloa, 10 ...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: FttlPAT ATTMOOJ ?"?luth f.i iFnLiT o? m iouiio pun. Tbe Union jokes over the philanthropy of Mr. Charles Sumner, M manifested by a sort: of Harriot Boocbor Stow* speculation of that honorable gentleme- ia a ending to Boston daguerreotypee of a t -gro girl named Mary? a aeoond Ida May, Mr. S. deelans?purchased In \ irginia to bo sent to Boston, with money raised ia the city of notions. the same paper commends an aooount of Central Amerio^ and the Shepherd and Halej grant, written ky Mr. P. H Boone, with a riew to gal vanise the defunct Kinney expedition. Of this paper we have to aay that its statements are nearly all in palpable contradiction to all that distinguished geographers and histo rians say of tbo country. So far as Boone's aooonnt of the Shepherd and Haley grant is eonoerned, it is directly in the teeth of the deoisions of the Nicer ago an, Costa Eican, JEnglLh, and American Governments upon the questions involved, all of them baring di rectly...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 March 1855

KV kNINO STAR. LOCAL IM E L LIGENC E. nh replanted by S:^f? J *>?*'?? are iMtitutiom, elected yeeterdiv th* Sf,,th*>ti*a T'S'7 V oa" ekvitti Wilder, of Miuii ?'r??T~JatUrUT,: Andrew, Coan^?u\ Sit John T 1 ork; Isaac Cornel, \W?*er? New ">n, No.,lTWkc 'jf* W HQ S Key, M.r,I JJ Dp9lV"? Mrginie; Henry K Burjw? v VC<Mti^ line; Jam*, HopkineonSSw ??nh Caro A. Km. ChSS, "^%8iS,fct Carolina; b A-G Brown, Mississippi- j Tr tuST' Louisiana; General w mkI.m DeBow. Worthington, Ohin- r a ,d? J J. P. QentS, Te?a J?, ^-Kwtnck,; M. Kinnieutt, Illinois Thot 4i'i is"*' J* A> B Journey, ArkanaMj V 5 f1""** * gan; Jaekson Morr?' i. ? flo,aa?i Miohl Wisconsin* j vi n ? ? C. Eastman j*35/L i"?'cub. M' Gid c^:?37^^Vi,0,E,2" l?*c B nia; J Went worth Illinois R p ?enn37lT? sbst* *? After the elationTd?sc^!!i Drton' D C a resolution offered by Mr ii f froae npon ?ware, denoiS tL reCf" '??b!' of D#I" injurious t, the tn"7 " Meefr?. n^combe I>ck <rfvhk* r#publie V , Jones of 1>el *!'*...

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

(Crafcnuat from first mW Prca Palastiae to Magnolias 60 *E J back, caos * VMk _ ? tmt? Paleetie# evary SstUTda/atlO ?1 Arrive at Magaoita saaaa d*y#y 12 A Leeee Magnolia Saturday at I u la Arrive at Palestine smm day bt 3 p a ?0?e from Huatoville by Cold Spring, Swa livington, Greenville, WooiviUe, ZovaUa. Jasper, 1Burkeville, Ban's PwrV? La- Aaa rooo F?rrr. {tooal,) HlnavUfc, (Ipral.) Hmestc n, Cheneyville, ud JUaaipnt ti Red River Landing, 3M mile* todWk, one a week. e i. :t ? Lmti Huntsville evtry Monday at 4 a a Arrive at Red River Landing ^ aevaatk day Ln*? Red River Landing everf WofcdAy f an . V Arrive at HuntoviFe on seventh day by 9 p m Bid< to end at Maiksville Lsl, AAd ran three Drne* a vwk in fear boraa rtrhn omitting and supplying other intermediate offices, ma to ran by a proposed sehedul*, will "be Con sidered H ; 8001 Vrcm San Antonio, by Poet Oak, Southland Springs, Ycrktown, Ooletto, 8ulpar Springs, and Pierpmt Place, to Victoria, 90 ml lee and bark, three times...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED 1VERY AFTERNOON. tEICBPT BWDAY,) At the Star Building, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh, ttreel, By W ALLACU 4 HOPK, Will be ftRrred io ?ubecntera in the cities of U'aib inftnu, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and rbtiadelphra, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A fen*. To miul aubecribera the mbseription price m? THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a veax tn advance, TWO DOL LABS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Q(^Si*cle corns 0*1 CIKt. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1855. 1NO. 675. THE WEEKLY STAR. ad New* a (reater variety of tntai t*mm$ can be found id any other?mi pabtiehed oa Saturday nui. Single copy, par anna hi ft 25 _ TO CIXII. Five copies ...... I'wenty d4i...t*t^.M(,.M,,,1M4 0^?iaa,iitvtiuiiT m taviita. ft?- Sinjlr ooptes (ii: wrapper*) can be p-tx-ared at the enonter, tmm?riiat< !y after the ?s?ue of ibe papor. Price?man canra. Porr??rf?? who art a> n?enfa will be allowed a CoWtnUWJOO of ...

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

EVENING star. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTXRffDJlf March 3 Storaok.? Storage will be takerTTn the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. TEE WEEKLY STAB. It is admitted on all band* that the Weakly 8tai is one of the very best papers published in the country. While it is filled with the latest and m03V interesting news and literary articles, it cos's only oth dollar and a quarter a year. As a Washington newspaper, this journal never had its equal. Persons at a dis tance, who desire to keep ported about mat ters here, should by all means take this paper. ? -t SFIB1T OF THE MOBMLNO PRESS. The Intelligencer corrects a popular misap prehension rolative to the connection of the late firm of Corcoran A Riggs cf this city with he Ga diner clsim, s-jying, in the course cf its remarks on the su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 March 1855

KVKNING STAR. local inte llige\c e. I Bocoht aid " Sold' "?At about i p m. yesterday, a crowd of two or throe hundred persons collected on Sixfi street, between D ?ad Pennsylvania avenue, attracted bj the effort# of three or four stout oolored hostlers t? *eke a hone draw. Armed with small ?witehea, they were laboring manfully to coax ? high spirited black pony " What would'nt jo," to draw a buggy. The more .hey la*h*d. the firmer pony stuck his hind heels into the crev ices of the stone pavement and bore on the breeching. The contest seemed to be one of endurance. Handkerchiefs were placed over his eyes and hi* tail was daly twisted, while all sorts of stable persuasive language was retorted to in vain, to induce pony to be rea sonable. But it was no go. The boys had a freat time, indeed, over the fun. Ibis re doubtable steed is siid to htfi been kl pat on our esteemed friend Levi Pumphrey, than whom Washington hardly holds a more famous expert in hone flesh! Though a " good 'un to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 March 1855

_ -!._?! [rnntiiriD n?i errPLiMRirr.) ?>41* From Oovlagt by Middle Ud<e, Oak Bill, MeDoaiugh, ud Doable Cabins, toGri&a, m.1^9 and bark, oaos a week. Um? Covngtan Monday at ? ? m Arrive attiriSn mum ivbjlpm LeaveGriBn Tces-'ay at ft a.jE Arrtre at C <viagtoa an* days by 8 p m ?414 From Lytbnnia by klat Hock, to White Ucuse 14 m!le> and fca-*k once a week Lmth Ly tbcnta Friday at Tim Arrive at \fcnita Bouae t Oaj by 12 m Isave White Boom Friday at 1 p m Arrive at LrtkMih ^Nn day by 6pm 6414 J**"* *> Abridge, 0 nil** Ud W* OBW A w^I. laave LytboataTburslay at T a a *t Rockbridge same days by 9 a m. I eav- Rockbridge Thursday at 10 a m Arrive at Lythocia unw days by IS m 0416 FromStone Moaa<?ia, by Yeiiow River and ?"? ,to Law ret ewilie, *0 mile' and back, eii time a wet* *ount;ln; dally, except Sunday, Arrive at LawrencevUie fame days by 11 a m L#r?e Liwrtert(11.? daily,except Sunday,atK _ Arrive at Btoae UoBBtaiu saaae days by ^ p id Ml* Frvm Stone Mountain, by...

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

? ? "? ? < 1 . ?? THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (E SLEPT sSf.'NDAY,) At the Star Building, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh, street, By WALLACil St HOPK, WUi be wrvvd to subscribers ia the aitiaa of Wuii taftoo, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*- To mail subscriber* the vubMnptioa price i* THERE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS' a year in orftwvr, TWO DOL LARS for BiX MONTHS, an<1 ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. {J^Siuoli coma on CIJTT. CARTER'S VOL. V WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1855. NO. 676. THE WEEKLY STAR. This ai-rJl.>n? Fata Jy a ad N^wrMnanMO?con taintag ? greater variety of tntereedag raadtay than can he fonad in any other?1* poWished on Saturday ' ' ' Biagla copy, pm $1 * ro rums. Flee eopiss ...... . 5 Ou 4o ...... tW 1 wrrntv du is ill 09-eAsa, nrr?ti?iiT ? tmiM. Single aoplea (h? wrappers) oa.be 9 cairra of the at the ctiui paper. Posts astk as who act a? agrnts will be ...

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

evening stab. ^WASHINGTON CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON Mlkfi 5 fc>TORA(tt.-?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, comer of ** ? *" ? I Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Siar Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-rocm makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. SPIRIT cr THK MORNING PRISS Tha LiteiUzeueer rejoiced oyer the defeat of the District judiciary reform bill, and eon* gratulatcs tha people of Washington oo tbe adoption by Congress of a plan fcr codifying tha Diatriot lavi. Tha Union id gratified with the increase of the army, and publishea an elaborate account of the opening of the Panaira^ailroad. New Mcsic.?Mr. John F. Ellis, Pennsyl vania avenue between Ninth and Tenth streets, has laid on onr table the following new mafic: ?? I think of thee," a pretty little aong by R James Keeling " Keep one hind thought for me," by Nannie. " He wept to leave her aide,'* by Coltnan. ,l The shadow...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 March 1855

KVKNfNG STAR. LOCAL IXTE LLWENCE. Tuc Criminal Cocrt commenced its March term this morning. Tne following is lie list o jaroie: Lrrani Jurors?W. W S*at"?B, foreman; Wm. (Jun'oD, Leonid** Coyle. B 0. Tayl?>e, Nicb. Celiac. C W. Pairo, W F Bayley, 0. L. Coltmei, Kobt White, Sutuel l>rur<\ A. 11 Young, Samuel Pumpbrey. G C. Gran - m*r Harvey CrutUnden. Wm II. Ed*s, M ct. Shanks, Jaa. N. Fearson. Jea Walsh, B Semmes. Pjter II. Hooe. D B. Johnson, C 11. tit-11. Kicb Jones, Geo Mattingly. Petit Jurors ?Wlltard Drake, Charlec F. Cummim, Wm. P. Drury, Elii*b Edmonaton, Aikanab VV Denbam, Wm B. Downing. Au gustus Davis, Tbo. J. Crane, Jos. Abbott, R. Moofa Wm. Wise, Thoa A. Tolaon, The*. o?en. II O Whitmori, Cha3 Monro**, Tbca. Scrivner, W. T. Uppermm, William Dawson, Paul Stevens, Abram Butlsr, Juso Plowman, Richard d. Owens, Jo*. Barnard, Stephen llennon. H. G. Murray, A P Waugh. Jo?. I. Fen wick. Jere Simmons, Walter Stewart Wm Planner. Sohetbikg Handsome?Among the many works of ...

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

evening star. THX CEADLE 80*0 OP THE POO*. llu?h! 1 cannot bear to eee die* Stretch thv tiny hande '* ? ? I hare tot ob bread to give thee, v<*ning, child, to eaae thy pant When God aent thee first to bteaa me. Croud, and thankful too, was I; Now. m> darling, I, thy mother, Almost long to aee thee die. Sleep, my darling, thou art weary; God ta good, but Ufa ia dreary. I have watched thy beauty fading, And thy strength rink day by day: Soon. 1 know, will want and fcver Take thy little life away. Famine make* thy father reckless, Hope has left both him and me, We could suffer all, my baby, Had we but a crust lor ther. ~ Sleep, my darting, thou art weary: God ia good, but life is dreary. Better thou shouldat perish early. Starve ao sooa, my darling one, Than live to want, to sin. to struggle Vainly still, as I have done. Better that thv angel spirit, With my peace, my joy were flown, Ere thy heart grew cold and carele*s, Reckless, hopel?as. like my own. Sleep, my darling, thou ar...

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

THE FVFMNG STAR PUBLISHED EVKBY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At uu Siar Moulding, eonur i\f>wajyiva**a nveumt ami E>ev$ntk strut, By W4LLACU 4 HOPE, Will be sem-tl to ?ut)6cnbera 10 tb? cit??* ot \V.i?h iitfton, C?eorgrtown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A aUAKTER CENTS, payable weekly to thr Afenia To mail *ub?criben lb*- <HibMriptio?i price in THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adcaru*, TWO DOJ? LARS (ui SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f>a THREE MONTHS. {k/-Si*Git rnrils oti rut. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1855. NO. 677. THE WEEKLY STAR. Hit J but tirclleul Fataiiy aad Mew* Jot una a trialex raritl# at iatamiing rMdn on Hatuniav ? . ?*???. "W- P? aonam TO CLTBB. Fi?f c*?Im 5 Tm do m j ?? V ft?"' ??*, irtikiaiit m ttTivct. OTT-H.nel- copn, (,c wrapper*) can I* pr.^urri at tlie counter, tM?d.atH> after uie 'turn- ol U.i paper. Price?mart cum. rotT?4*TKKa who act a> afrntt wi.l be allowv f a coiuiui?stv*a of twenty prr on. n A P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 March 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: THIS OAT AFTiWO?? March 6 ?ro*A<i*.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the AYcnue, "Star Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. SPIRIT OF IHK MOftSWG PJUSS. The Union, of this morning, notices tbo ap polntment of field ofloin for tbo now regi mont, saying: u lro garo that wo bot ocbo tbo genera, sentiment of the army when we congratulate 'Jjo ooantrj npon the judi ion* selections that bore boon made to fill tbo field appointments of tbo foar new regiments With out one ox caption, they bare beaa taken from tbo army it Ml f?a well-merited ocmpliment to its es tablished g tllantry and efficiency, in addition to its seeming for the important offioes them, selves the services of persona of trUd capacity and experience 'lhe exceptional ease alluded to is Becjamin MeCnllough. of Texa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 March 1855

KVKNiNfi STAR. LOCAL IN TE L LIGENCE. Cockck. Pb3C**di5QS.?Board of Ald*r. msn ?On motion, tbe reading of the tainutes were dispensed with Mr. Pepper submitted a petition from Myers A Madigan in regard to tbeatriosri lioense; which ?u referred to tbe oommittee on police. A menage was received f on the Major transmitting the report of the Are inspector in regard to fire apparatus, who recommended the keeping of hot stove* in the engine houses in order that the eoginei mijht not he frozen up, u was the case at Cre? during the late cold weather lhe Franklin engine needs re pair. Referred to committee on fire depart ment. Also, another menage announcing the sign ing of various bills. Mx. Houston submitted the followiog : Resolved by the Board of Aldermen and Board of Common Council. That the thanks of the eiusens of Washington are da* to the Congreu of the (Jni'ed States, which has just terminated its session, for its liberality in making appropr ation* for supplying the city with water...

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

TAR. ? ? from tbi aria. lueuo iEiiuri to thi memo&y or ZD6AB AtLAlf POX i I AmI iImmi Iim fled ????? #pbCTt (R*ehat renins oi li*hi. a , 1 Encircled wtth the brilliant crowu Uial beacon* ?a 1-3 ?? the flight ? ?* ikamc who beam the Soul of Song, Uon 4*#llow mortars pride, The ra pre red nns of mefotfy, who?c star* so petrlesa ft hie Along the unknown deep above, 1a fidf majestic A moment dream* litem into liic?n moui mi fwerix away! 1 L J . 1 S> v 2 A | Away from mu'ry f.nri and long thai moment fiUy drawn Tha stricken form of him who won a irtflon's wide applause; A aorrow tog wail from o'er tha land may murmur 'round the dead? ~ A *ea of lon^ pent,bittert?*ars in frequent ^upplfeuice Ml but late Komor.?<: shall never steal bu spirit back afatn, Nor t?ei on earth U.e thrilling buret*? the magic of hi* -train. Ti* not for unknown me to wake the attllneai'of the tomb, To future 'Ibre the valvar game the poets silent gloom, ' Th* craving* after fame Urnt breaflie* beyond the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, l?lCEFT SUNDAY.) A: tka Stur BitUd*?g. t^r.ur *v6hu* and EUvxtk ?tr44t, By WALL AC ' A UOP*, Wiil b? aervcd to twbecrrfcert in the eit??a or Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly io the A gen la To nail anfcecribcr* iht* <uba?ription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY t'F.NTS a year in odMmct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, an.) ONE DOLLAR tut THREE MONTHS. Q{?-3iNai.R coma 0*1 rirr. NO. 678. TFTE WEEKLY STAR. T|ii9 aieenem Family and Wcwa Jovrnat?con log a ynaa Mnetv of iatararttaf ?lu| than be f?uud U any othar?U pubUaked am Satw?a> ?! 23 ?0U ? copy, per annom... TO Cl*?? lite Tm d.. Twf'.ty do ? ... IHTtlUlU to Q(f-Pint** cp?e? 'in wra;>per?> can U? procai-t at the countcr, immediately after the mm of uir paper. Price?THaxa ?urr?. rormt'TKii kIk> act a< tftnti wttl l#e iUomtJ ? couimnwfrti of twenty p?r cmi WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1855. UA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 March 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY; WXDH18D&Y AFTSEJOOJ! *?fch T \?j- Az>riBT!SKJ(XKT8 thould be handed m by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. Stobage.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and cagy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. S7I&1I or TH1 MOUSING PILES8. The Union of this morning is quite an in teresting sheet. It contain! correspondence re lative te the Ostend conference, a column of ap pointment* recently made by the President and confirmed by the Senate, and an able editorial in reply to Mr. Hunt's strictures upon the President's vetoes In refeir'.ng to the Of tend correspondence, the Union says: uIt will be seen at once that the Cuba ques lion is the leading gabject of this correspon dence. Oar views on this question have been so fall j and frequentl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 March 1855

I r*s7 v^NfNr, STAR. CCAL IM ELLIGENCF.. \ rHlLHAmni'C SjCIETT'd COSCEBT LA*T Xioht ?C*n*i'? ^aloor. nrttwitbs'sodtpg *fce onpl-vant weathor *?d other attractions i? the city, drew a Hi a audience of between 40<; and 600 persons 1. at oi^ht, to listen to the splendid masi: ot this excellent -ociefy. The concert opened wi< b the beautiful cantata at Morning wbicb w?? m at admirably rendered by them?tbe ladies and jcentleoren having parti assigned the? acquitting tbemaelve" vory creditably Next followed tbe beaatifal composition by Zingareri?" Sweetly o'er my senses stealing.'' sang by a young lady of tar eity in a manner that charmed the entire an dience, and reoeived their hearty ?pplaase In tbe ab.'ence of Mrs. Franklin, who. we re gret to aay, from indisposition waa unable to j appear. Mr. Joseph F. Hodgson ?nd Mr. Joa H. Daniel filled the parta assigned to that lady, the former ainging the " White Squall" in a moet effective manner, and the latter j Lsingirg the Dying Gtr!"...

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