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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 March 1855

evening LAXG5YH1 Laa?yne'.-how doth tha world cua*back - With mafic metnlnf to tlx heart. A* memorv roam the ?'?ny tralk. r 1 From winch hope's dreams were lo<h t.? jmh No joy like by P"? J?r appear?; * For what is gonr w* frel ?,"d P*nr> Were life spun ont a thousand yearn, ? It could not match Langsv ne. La^syne!?the day of childhood warn, When. totiennf by a mother's knee. Each sifht and sound had power to elfa'ni. And hope was high, and thought was free. I.angvyne!?the merry ??choo| boy days? How sweetly then life'* sun did shirte' Oh! liar the glorious pranks and pia>?. ? The raptures of Langsyne! , Langsyne: ?yea, in tb? found I heai , The rustling of th? summer groYC And view those nngi'l features near. Which first awoke the heart to love. How sweet it is in pencivemood, At windlea* midni?bt to recline. And fill the mental solltu le With spectres ironi Langsyue ! Lanfsvne ol?, where arc the> who bliareJ VVit'n as its pleasures bright and blithe : Kindly with some ...

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 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AKEENOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star &mld*nf, comsr Penmtyivaxiti avtnut arul E'fvtntk street, By W A Li Li A O II * HOPS, Will be served to subscriber* in the cittts of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Prnlfeiriphta, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*- To mail subscribers the fUbMripUon price is THREE DOLLARS AND TIPTY CENTS a yrar in aJranee, TWO DOJ, LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for Til BEE MONTHS. ^3i*ole copiih oxi rsjrr. ?~3? VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH S, 1855. NO. 679. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thfc* ?s?eUaa( Paaify aoH Nesrs taijuag a gr??tar variety of utfemstis cm tor found to any other Is pabiishrd am SinjrU copy, p?r annum. .#1 23 _ to curss. ^ Five ooptss .. 5 Ou T?*n do. ^.....................*....i^ w m tnriici. J?" copisp (in wrapper) can be proMfd at the ouuatar, ?mnv<li?irtv .Art the msss of ttw pap?*r. Pncf-TBUi cbxts. PosTMi^TFa* wIk> act a? agents will be allowed a...

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. — 8 March 1855

-t;\ prrwn stxk: WASHlffQTQN PITY:,,, j TSTBS^AV APTTO*095 ..?Msrch 8. Q^T* Advehttshmmts should be handed in "by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise t"hey may not appear until the next day. ?- ??? ' * ? ? Storage.?Storage will oe taken in the fine large diy basement, corner of Elerenth street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The Central location and easy accfess to this store-room makes tbe most desirable pi*^ q! |h? kind in Washington. Tftrxoalow* Apply attfct Stcu ofticx . > . ^ - >: . ... GPJirm that spring h?s gained upon us, it wt-uld be Hell t/* retnind the business eoia rifiinity o( Ibf great advant4?V of.ftdvWtiliD^, i? the Jitcntug Star, , It baj.by lar thp largest plteuletian of ,a?yi daily pafper pob Uihed Lxl \V isbicjtcoj v. iiile it L rer,d by all ciaaaoe,.-i ?.?-? - *?? 0~- --t- ??? Cv?I;UX CF 7 3E MO&MSU JPEESS. j , The Union of thia mornifig again ;notics? Xr Hunts attack upon th4 President and bi? ?etoes unier the.caption ef TheJailare tt the ftttf roptad revolut...

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

tr V ? ;N IN<* STAR, , - t'l. .. ? i i ni*. 1 LOCAL ISTE LL1UEKC E. \ ? * f* * C<v?9K^ss is syi Wajbimgto* ?Wh?thef Congress makes H?5iogt^n will be speel.ly useea. We are ?otnekinoes twitted wuh lae fact that Congress bring* to its train to uian] beauts ul ladies and talented men, io laucl harry and Kwll*. business and monev. th J without Congre s. Washington woe I d n>t be W Mhing*on. But It', ill look at the sontYast, an J see wherefore we should glorv io rhi? merctfml visitation of Providence in taking sway the crowd of M C.* that hare thronged ear houses and hotels. True, we have many farewells to repeat a* we pass in review the good qualities* of the session Farewell hot. erable and respectable legislators, farewell Buoertfr.be shakers; farewell thou Senate Chamber, where s'erling thoughts no frequent* ly emanate ; farewell tnou Ball of Reps??? whieh was the s<:? :e of many a gloik>us strife: farewell the mc.ce. an 1 Speaker's hammer, to<\ farewell. F-irewell...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 March 1855

EVENING STAftJ JOHN LITTLIJOHH Jete Uttlafnhn was staunch and strong. Upright an J downright-scorning Wrong; He cave goo.I weight and pni-1 his way, He itiodrhi fm himself an J tie sntd hw any. Whenever a rascal !>tfave u? paw, ln-tcad of silver, money or bras*, Hp took his bamtner and said, with a trown, "The cvtn i$ ?puri*%u....nail it down." Job* Littlejohn w as firm and true; Yi?u could nr.t cheat him In "two and two." When foolish arguers, might and uiaia, ami twisted the clear and tits plain. He aw through the males of their speech ? Tile suupls th ught bevo d their reach? \nd, rrii*hine thHr logic, mid, with a firoww, "TV coin is tpomo's. ...nail U down." lohn Liltiejohn maintained the Right, Through storm and >niiic, ui the w orld's despite. W hen foo's and quacks d??ired his vote, I >"i??"d wi h argniwn** learned by rote, < ?r. by coaxing, ibr.aei or pwise. tried To gain his au-.port to ilie w ronaful side, ??Nay, nav !'? Mid John, with an angry frown, '? Tot .f...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 March 1855

NO. 680. UMTfiO Sl'AlEs MAILS. I :ai Ornci Dw>A>TXfjrr > l broaiy 10, UU. j PftOPOML? for r?rryinr tb? mailt of OTnifod Hta jp^ r m Jchr 1, lt*5, to Jow? 30. on ?? ?? frl In iti# MA >K. VgK NT, MA*8 vCaL8ETT3.*n NEW Y RKjfroin f 1. lSi5, to Jane Cu, 1S36, oa the f dL'wtac j* la MEW J1R-??:Y, rtN3?iTLTAMlA. DEL are, MARYLAND and ohio; aad U m -ulj l?6>. t"1 J?n? 30 ia:s. oo t^# ?oUow!nz Ttmte? ;ti \bama. MldSIR?'P'l. >UtJlN<AS. loc:8l t\, TK\K9, KENTUCKY. ^I.VR-Sr*, MI3 *tri. iowa. ?ioiro *. iujno a. witouN ;iN, INDIANA, and MINNI*M>t\, NEBKAfKA, ? nl k *N8AS TerrttorV*, *r?! h? raori v?l at tha Contr- Jt Cffl* of the i ->t?t L. i^rtmrut, \Va?h in^tc . d. C.. ua* I 5 p. r... / pril * ?. IS36. tnb? ikiad by 3dtli of I'm ? irjotb, fjr ?&? n* *t p irt, rou es t*iuOiu'.id &y act oj A uiuit 3, 1S64.) VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. ?., FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 18o5. Maine. (F,(m Ju1 y 1,1855. to Jute 30, 1857.) From Hsyneaville, by Bacc-roft Plantations, to Weston, 1ft r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 March 1855

>-^r juDTt&TisEMnm should be banded. in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they jrJty not appear until the next day. SFI&IT OF THX MORSLHG VBZSS. The Union give* ita reader* the eivil and diplomatic appropriation bill, discusses the President's approval of the Texas debt bill the people te be alwajs honest, and speaks of the war of the Democratic party upon the se oret foe. The Intnlligeneer if devoted to news items and correspoaJer.ee. The Smtin'l talks about foreign news, and discuses Know Nothingism, anti slavery, and temperance; closing its article on this subjeet - by saying. "Deapte their distrust of and hatred for Democrats, we be ieve that tha Southern W h'^s when Northern Know Nothingism shall be full; unveiled, will distrust and abhor it more than they have all along distrusted and hated Democracy. He believe that tha day is nut far distant when they will unite with tbe c ?ncerva'ive Democrats of the country. They have been deceived by their brother Whigs of the North...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 March 1855

' v- VINO STAR. i.>;CAL INTELLIGENCE. Public School* ?T>* IWr?i of Tru*t??? 0f Public schools pre e- ? d a raancriil to Con gress *t iv lute session pray ng the traDjfer %f cry lots for education il purpose. and tha a portion of the proceeds r.f the salej of lots h?r* tofore told may be invented for that pnrpo-e in this memorial they state thit they h*ve been intruded with the care of the puMic school*. end that tbey ?ind the ford* t?pr>r0 printed for that purpose wholly inadequate to erec .?uitab> scho<>lhou?es and to supply them with competent teaph-rs The} review the atten'Vnn paid educa-ion in Washington and say that within fivs year? after the remo' val o! the *iener?l Government here in 180i> the first free school wai established. This school, wi'h one otto-, continued to furnish the poorer children of the city with elemen tary instroetion til! laU. when the new school ijs em >*a3 adopted lais provides, by a :e lie* of graded rchoois, for the education ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 March 1855

ICgn/inued /row iitf puge.J S359 to nrwiw*,'- 1VHT iwrk7 oaoa a we-A Lmtc Palestine rrory Saturday at It a m Arrive at Magnolia mim day fcy 12 a l4?Ta Magnolia Saturday at I p ra irnu ti Pa eatiaa mm da v by 3 p a ? SSBwsi Ijttper. BttrkoriU*^BuiT|^^CT^l^^^i 'ooo Feriy. 4tocaL) UiaarHdia, (l IlloMtrn, Cbanewilie, and Bimmrpot k*d FUver Landing, 349 dOm and back, i sw a wwt Leave Bunt#*iU? ervry Monday at * a m ' Arrive at Kid HiTtr Landing on seventh day by 9 p m . 1 oar* Ead RiTer leading every Monday at S am Arrive at Uuntsvi! a on seventh day b# 9 pa Bid* to end at Maikaville Li, and run thr-* Uinee a weak in (oar bona eoa'-hee. omitting and supplying ctbr in tar mediate oflic?e, and to run by a propo^d achdnle, will be con sidered bCdl i re m San Antono, ty ?oat Oak, 8outherland Sptings, Ycrktnvn. Co'etto, SuJpur springs, and Pierpjut Place, to Victoria, 90 milea aid baek- tiree times a weak, !o four barte ooaofcaa Leave Sao Antonio every MonJay, Wednesday, aad Kridar it 8 a m A...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED every AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT au:.*DAYO At the Star Build trig. cvmer avenue and h'':ventA street, By W ALLACit * HOPE, Will l?e wwd to wbacnber* in the citiM of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria. Baltimore and Plula Mpbia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents. To mail rabscnhw* ibe ?ub*?nption price in THREE DOLLARS AND riFTY CENTS a year io advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. ^Iimu cotui om 0?1*T. VOL. V. WASHINGTON. D. c,.. Saturday marph ia .0 = * "%T/^V /?n a CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Th? Cr?tt Par1Aer of th? Blood J Rot a Particle of Mercury In It! Ab P.WIKJT lor Sctoruln, Ring's Evil, HbsttiaaCis^i, Obstinate Cutaneoas Er ip,iion8 Ptmvl** cr Pu<ule? on tb? fa<w, Rlotchea, Roii? Chronic Sora *yes, Hing Worm or Tetter, SraW Heol. Enlargement and Pain of the Bnnsa aid Joints. Stabtoro Cloer*, Syphilitic DU-rJ-rs, Lumbago. Spiua! Oonipla nt?, tn 1 all the di*eaa*t arising from an Injurious aw of ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 March 1855

EVENING STAR. ~ WATflIN<3 TON 01 TY: B'TUR ? AKTfH.'O > H-rch 10 fcj* Advektismjijikts hboulU be bunded in by 12 o'clock. >L. o herwise they may n?t appear until the next day. B<?ro tc Bringing Suti for Lib 1!!! Jam?.- <ierujD Bennett, in his paper of ye? teTday,says: ?? We h ive eimiotn?iil in the Superior Court an scion itli* again-t d P Fry. f"?r publish:' g ii< the Tj.bunt, a few days ritoe, A m si *:rr<i u?. false and maliri>us libel. OOTenrg ? wo r< 'utMr. of that |<aper and -igneu by F > i?iin<e t. V, e^tll citi u dptohge* ft* the ?im o. bl'j choucand d lUra The libels cntiaii. *i e.lw charge*, ruai.ittg back almost to toe b?*iatiog of our editorial erucer. We aha!' p oceea ethis fu;^ tho satisfaction ot jas'i^e ??We arc 'IVerir.ined to follow up these ?uita to tl.e <*ii?nt oi' thu l*.w, and to have tull j-isti -e. t .,r n? ?rly twenty yea'd our personal chuT^ci, r??rt,: jx cr whi.-h hn-i bceu aith Out aiain or le.'iosiv.1! i*??r >hir...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 March 1855

i kv :n ing star. L<H AL ISTF. LLIOENCE. Ohap-i.e* W. Cahriqa*. Esq.?We give to cur readen tho following la'tor from C. W. Carrigan, Esq., wni.h app?ar:d in the Or^an of yeiterday: \^ASBi90TC2f Cirr, March 8, I%c5. Editor c f the Ai**ricun Organ . Sir : A< vcu have published to the world, in tbe leading column of your paper of >bii data. tha< I am an -'Irl>h Catholic/' and as such was "imported to ar u-othe Datob. Irian, and Catholice of Alexandria to action,t hope tou will insert in an equally conspicuous place, this, irj dmia'. of the line. I a;n toi "Ir??h," but American, in birth and feeling My mndfstfcer and father cab bo "St 'he ?ame lir b ;i^ht. 1 am not an "'Irub Catholic " I was bred in tbe Methodist faith, b.iptited in the Metho dist Cbn'Oh, educatel in a Methodist institu tion, and have the honor t > bear the name of oleof the founders of Methodism, who coffered much in behalt of religous toleration ! I am an Amrriea- Protestant who hates profr? iption, ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 March 1855

[co?Tiwrrn kon arrrLBSKST.J **W kr*m , ata. ?> wait. ?at*a, Oak Hid, njij i D able Cati .t, t >Oriffln, ?* m kfi -st. J bt( 10 a weak. <4on 'ay *t 6 ? ?n Ar+rs *tOr|ila same ay bjSpm t.?ire?Jnfiiu T4 m Arri?? ?l >>T4?fto'a k?bi- da jr. by 8 r lu 6414 fMD Ly hot a r?v Mat < o k. to WfclteUrtue 14 iu ie au_I fa k oc t a ?? eek bai- L ti /??* Prida? ai Tarn A I. * u 'V. ltd A? DM ttlOd Uajr hjUB U'ar j r. bile ou -e rii^ay at I p ci *rr.Y*?- Lvthooia ?m3 day by 6pm 64' ? br^w Ljta na to iu* kl nd*?, 0 md*j ai.d lack wi.ce a *>. k l^ata Lyt.c ct* f nr? 'Ay a* * * m Arriva ai Kockot ige same uay* ty ? a ai. feaT .. ckbr.ljr- ai iOarn V"'*** 'jJ^OoaU rame uaj3 by 12 m V?r^r ,b' ** r?U?" aod sl^i i"i?r t'U " '? ? aui '?a k fi ? tira?- > w*"-* ^atTa a0^* *olnl*to d*Jy? *'*?pt Su-iday, Airiv y. ? iau?, day* by 11 a in i-e .?e La .r i.cj?i:r daily,a.cvp: Sunday, at 14 m. ? ?- ctcne JiMatila um? dayj by 4 p m ?4I< ?r.u M l Mcuutua, by t isckceyvdle, to V, ar \?,1i ml...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, lEXCEPT SUNDAY.) At lA* Star UtuUing, cvrnsr femtnylvt^ia avtmur and ElrnmtK By XV ALL AC ?? 4k HOPK, WMJ to ?*rwd in rtihwcribw In the citfea of Wub !?<To??, Gror**town, Alt-xandrit, B.iitinmrv erul Philadelphia, tt SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent* To n>%U sub-cribera the robacription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year fn ad* k*, TWO DOL LARS for 811 MONTH*, anJ OVE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. <j^3t?ier.t corn* o*g ourr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1855. NO. 682. carter's SPANISH MIXTURE. ttaa G/t?t Pcrlltr of tha Blood! a Particle of mmcry la It! Am tn4iubli "jmctt lor ?e otaia, King's fr.' wr?ia>ti?n, ob i jui- onanma* Eruptions, nmsum or puatiw oa tha fw, hlotchw, BoiU. ckrool- fvtra Uyta hinz Worm or Tett.r, gral.1 ?*?4. eolareetnent ?n 1 Pain of tha Bona* acd Jo'.nu, stubborn uhw, Syphilitic Daori?r?, lotabajo 8pia?l CoapU btii, eal all the dimwa artsieg from an injudirioo* ??...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 March 1855

kvemng star. WASHINGTON CITY: ? ? MOIfDAT AfTERFOOIf March 12 Adyrrtisbmkkts should be handed in bj 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT OT TH1 MO it .MI HO PRESS The Union of Sunday morning contains an able and carefully written article abont "ear present and future relations with Cuba," ia "which our difficulties about Spain's "brightest jewel," is calmly discussed. Tha Union ap peara in this matter to speak by the boo*. It closes as follow-: "To propose by negotiation to purchase Cu be belong* legitimately to the Executive; bat upon the refusal of Sp?in to sell, it belongs to Congress to determine whether the forcible cession of the island is necessary to our inter nal peace and the existenco of our cherished Union In the emphatic language of the Os tend oonferees: "Our past history forbids that we should acquire the island of Cuba without the consent oi Spain, unless justified by the great law ef self preservation We muat in anv event, preserv...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 March 1855

KV KNING STAR L DC AL ISTELUGESC E. Public Sciools?The Board of Trustees met at tho City Hall on Wednesday last Present. Dr. Chas W. Davi*, Chairman ; He^rs. B*nn?U. Polk, ?>ick!nscn, liacon. LorJ, Magruier, Hanson. Bates At Lee. and Pearson. The mi nates of the previous meeting were read and approued. Report* ware teeeived from a'l he teachers ?? Shurtluff ? Governmental Instrnctor," waa ordered to be placed on the list of school books, and also " Adams s Primary Arithmetic." A aommittee was appointed to rent the basement of the Church of the Aaoenaion, if, on investigation, they should deem it expedi ent. A report of their proceedings was presjnied by the committee appointed to appear before the District Committees of Congress ia refer ence to an appropriation io aid of the pnblie schools, which was ordered to be entered on th? Journal. The Secretary was directed to return the acknowledgments of the Board to Oen. Cass Gen Dawson, Messrs Hamilton and Brainen*, for tke assistance...

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

EVENiNU STAK. THE FT^T BOBN. The fir*; b'rn is a fairy child, A won Irons tiaaa.ifc.u ! A -m cr't'ur-, loo ; and w3d, A m i* ?m ?xu!t?ti >n I. B?-i 1" the lb apon the stair*, luta iskp Imgr^ vitb ligbtneas; Aad cradieail leature* fan Are wa. heil with i-.y-Uc brightnera Flr?t piedf* of tlietr betrothed love? ?O, hapj.v m. y hat eUim it! Fun imr cut from H av^? al? ive? O, h ?|?|?y lh< y tli a .nine u! It iu ?e- me Ii uariiuM wiili its voice, Aitd with qui ?? tau^lit r ri 'ginf, >la>e- the iiiAiiimau- in >hm tej ice, A biuret. rapture on gu<g lu be ?iry ail Hi' ke-wi'fl i? l> inf> By ai.turt J li?bt re* n.bles Fm. f??mi > f, wimi flunrii-'f wing*, On l.iir* coiitine- 'ri Bole-. So xtM<- "???' ilvjwe ih ii e v ? it birth, Oi k'*Ut*r a.?i of M lire ; So mo h 01 iMm werX iVuitt on earth, Ana et ciucii oq-an<>:b?r ? Tn Cttil aj?d DiPLtHiTic Bill ?Among the appropriation* made io this b.ll passed at the oioee ot the session of Coogreas. are the followin...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 March 1855

1 -*? m<4 m. ? ??!? ii?a???????? IflE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON. t&XCEFT SUNDAY.) -j At the Star Bmeldrng, corner PenneyivaMi? avenue and Eleventh street, my W ALLACil * HOPS, Will be acrr?d to vubscritera in Ute ciuet of Waab iBfton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and ThilaJ^ljihia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the AgenU To wall >ub*?nber? tbe Mbeeription price la THRCE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DQL LARS tne SIX MONTHS, ami ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. O^Risoli conn ox> c?rr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1855. NO. 683. flAHTFPM SPANISH MIXTURE. Tha Great ParlAar of th? Bloodt lot a Particle of Xeroorj la It! Aa Ifltunu Ruist lor Kcrofula, King'* Xrll, Khanmattoa^ Ob'tlist* Cutaneous Eruptions, I PlaiiM <>t Pa?tnl?-? on the fM% Blotches, Boil*, Cfcroai- Bore kyss, King W->na or Tetter, Beald BmiI. krdareemeat and Pun of the Boom and Joint*. Ctabtorn Ut.?rw, Syphilitic Disorder*, I.u -aba*o f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 March 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: JUES">a? 4 rrc ft'Of** Kirch 18 017* ADViKTiaiJUurei ebould be banded is by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may aot appear until the next day. ?.. A Paper Worth Having. We know from experience the time some an compelled to consume in oorreapondenoe with itsent friends, Id which thtj are izptottd to a'i the newt of the oity, and we know the difficulty with which such Lima can be af forded from their business. We have bit upon a plan by which to save mash of tbia labor? it lc aa follows : Take aoopy of that excellent newa ail family paper, The Wksslt Star, enclose it in a wrapper, and send it to thoae friend/. It ia illed with all the intereatinga news of the week, each aa the deaths and marriages and on dits of the town, the bast and moat authentic newa from the Depart* menta?naval, military, and clerical?and every thing elae that would bo intareating in a friendly letter. Take the papar of last week for a aample : On the first page ia that beautiful ...

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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. — 13 March 1855

h v ??'NINO STAR. L UC JL I\T E LLIGESC E. CoCDi il PftoCSBBUffiS?of Aid*" m$i ?the boam rnet last e/enin *. whon the report ot toe Iotendent of the Aaylcm was reed, end referred to oommittee on aeylum Mr. Clerke *ubmi tted the petitioo of Samuel wt rner, ft'kicg leave to erect two frame dwell ing house* oear bis brick dwelling; referrei. Mr Pepper presented a petition of kb, Kapp asking the remission of a fine ; referred to committee en claims. Mr Magrcder presented a petition of Mar garet Tenant, asking reraiseion of a fine; re ferred to committee on cltima Bill* and rea^luti >ns from the lower Board were then taken Bp. First in order came the substitute to the resolution of thanks to the Executive and Coegress passed by the Board on last Monday night. The oonduot of the lower Board in strikiog oat the name of the President was severely animadverted oo by Messrs. Magruder, Bor rows, Evens, and Pepper, all of whom declared they should vote against agreeing to the sub stitute. Th...

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