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

EVENING STAR. teibots to exmrs f From ?*? of February*"} . Who4a?w Bad di4 Mi lory Jbbm B Dow ? Who would not hat# askad for him a longar lif* ? Tb? shrift* of gentna koldi not many ?uch iaip*i?ion?d wowhipporj. &d?1 oven th?y ar? covered by the 11 groat company" above. They flash upon our pathway; give a few gen tie gra?pa of the hand, tmile upon ua like aome angelic via ion, then vaoiah, and leave oi only a swelling mound of green in their atead. r The following lines were written aad ad dressed to a lady of this city oa the oooasioo of a preeentation of flowers. Mr. Dow had delivered a masterly oration oa the fourth of July At its close the lady went forward, and with patriotio enthusiasm offered him the beautiful bouquet li ia sad to tbink that ths prophetic foreboding eipresaei in the last line was so toon realised. A wreath did indeed hang upon "a broken lyre," for it encircl?i \tj ccjfi* lid. Kead these sweet verses then, with softer tonea, and abed a tear to the mem ory ...

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. — 14 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBUiUED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 6UNDAY0 At tke Siar Building, corn*r Ptmisylvenia avnme and E-t vf ih str**r, By W ALL AC i * HOPE, Will be tarred to auharnbrn in the eitiee of Wuh infton, Ofofjeiown, Alexandria, Baltimore and PbilariHpiiia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pujraUe weekly 10 the Ageute To mail aubecnbeia ih? rabeenption price ia THREE DOLLARS AND PirrY CENTS a year "in advance, TWO J>OL LARS fur SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THBEF. MONTHS. (?^>Singlc conaa n*i CIITT. ?MM VOL. V. as a? ?s ?? WASHINGTON,*D. ?., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1855. THE WEEKLY STAR. Ttua exctliau; fkmitfmi Kwi ?a W (<?H w? an* Hia n*i?. NO. 684. iUi> Tm d<w - ? V *1S(N 0^* c*a?, iniiuiLT M 4?tiiu. caa U pracvrd at the ci mi me/t tnwXUtrty ator um a?t ef tLe paper. Price?thru etKTa. Pt>?TMwho act aa areata ?rt& he aBae i J a cuanm-sion ot'twrM? u-r flAPTCT* 'fi SPANISH MIXTURE. Tift* Om? P ? riftar of Blood I lot a Fsrticla of Mercury In It! Aa Buivr for Pc^fla...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 March 1855

EVENING STAB WASHINGTON CITY: W DHES'MY *FT3HPOaiT Mareh 14 ZJ* Adveetishmsxts should be handed in bj 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not tppear until the next day. ? r f?lKU OF THS M0251NexFB?SS. The Union takes Lord Elgin \o task for making exceedingly light of the present Ad mi nstraticn, on bis retnrn to England, the i resident having showered upon him, while ?Dgaged in negotiating the Reciprocity Treaty, a multitude of personally kind and courteous nets. The same journal holds op to public reprehension the demagogueism of the sermon delivered over the bodj of the ruflan, Poole, on the recent occasion ef his funeral. , The Seiuisift jok*s over the affair of Sena tor Samcer and his " Ida Ma;;" and shows up the demagogueism of the efforts to create popular sympathy for the deceased blackguard Poole. Qecgi Law in Pennsylvania. The Lannttfrian, a paper published at Lancaster,Pa , says: "A number of members of the present Legislature, fancying that some money can be made cut of Ge...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 March 1855

KVVNtNO STAR. Local Intelligence. lllfta Life ? McFarlanJ will walk 00 a sin g.e wire across the open space in t.i* Avenue to the National Theatre tu?s afternoon, at hall past two o'elock The N Y. Herald < f Feb ruary 23d thai speaks of bim - "At a quarter past 6 o'elock McF'rlar.d made bis appearance a! the garret window of the Branch Hotel, and was rcc ived eith great cheering. ?? At a givea signal he commenced hia peril* oat performance, and walked ilowlj forward, beariog in his hands a h* aneitg pole some fifteen feet in length The crowd, which hot a moment before was quite uproarious, sad danly became hushed and still, and all gated with breathless attention on the daring gy mast. a# be cautiously advatced step by s< - p The interest of the va?t assembly at t'ris time was intense, and man; of the wemen a.erted their faces, fearful that snj moment be might be dashed headlong to the pavement below When he arrived at the middle of the street, he stopped, as if irresolute, an...

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

T KV ENING "STAR. WHY DID H? DIE * uu *? ** ****> Ap t*%r? bpd?w J bef cb#?fc? A* ri- tiut Mthi nlmoat frwbade . - ? Um bUt^'ng touaue to ?pe?k J3he si-H.pe.1 and kw.l her iou'k pa!c rorp'c? ?uTc' ir**V > hi* hand so cold-* <-i?aSI I dumber by bis aide, yr Vor 1 ain gran mg old.*' Id-. ??Why did he (iter' wi ask tbe ros? *ia* That bloom* in fragrance sweet; |f Why 4o-tt it wiUier and dec.tr, And crumble at jour fed? % T?!p seent w'rone which oneeMalcif Fr.nn 'midst tb ? crimson l?*i Ant where the bloom mg flower once Uunj llis web th*> spider weavta. ?? W..v did h? die ?"? why nvHt.? the mow L< ioit- me fUHimei'i Min? ?? ?? Wit) ar?- tiie dew drop* quaffed awny When morn Hi 3 n I egiin ? Way tur.u the Uybfcle which so bn^liU S -.1- iliroujli iIk vaporv air? VVhv do the flowers tbu? fade ami die, However bugbt and lair? "Wily did lie die?"?I be Miming tote. The mHting suow flake tells; The dewdmp hn;;!ir, the bill.ble frail, Tbe reason eat a reveal#. I'vr all on ear h-...

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

k a* ' . - C. . I THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At ths Star Bmhli/tg, corner Pennsylvania evtnu* tnd KUvtntk street, By W ALL ACil * HOPE, WID be served to rabscriberx in 0 e cities of Wuh ingtoa, (i'-orrtown. Alexandra, Baltimore and PiulaJelpiiia, at 8IX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Ae-nts. To mail subscriber* the subMriptton price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f* THREE MONTHS. ?t?-Si5?le cortm 0*1 CIKT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1855. NO. 685. TUT? WEEKLY STAR. Ttalt ?icMlent Pi toiBtiil a greater varifly of ? beffMMta ai Sta#ie copy, par annua T? CLOSa. Pit* Tea __ Twraty do f^A*a, iBT*aiABLT 1a aavaaaa. Single rop.r* (Ul wrapper car at the counter, i?Mae*atHr *V?r it, paper. Price?Taasa ctirrs. rotT?4BTKB? who act a* agent* will be aHow<-d a rciimiMon ftf tarrnt* - ?. u( ?? IIA RTVQ'W SPANISH MIXTURE. Tb? Or?it PwrlAar of tbt Blood I Kot a F&...

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

WASHINGTON OjTT: Ar;W,C3!' .March 13 zy Adv sRTissJts>*T3 &hould.U handed in bj 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. Storage.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basemeat, 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. T*rms low. Apply at the Star office. SPIRIT OF THB MOaHLUG PRiSS The l*fi:ig'*rer publishes a long mani festo from the yen of Saata Anna, wherein that remarkable man rehearses what he has done for Mexio. In that conrection the edi tor says: "A great deal has been alleged and is daily repeated against this remarkable mart?for re markable he certainly if. boih in hia charac ter and eventful carerr?by thus# opposed to his adicir istr.ition; and akbnugh we may not feel dii^o. ti to accord to him all tha prai-.e ne claims for wha? he a.??ume? to have d ine for h'? Cf>?i?try, yet it cannot be denied ...

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

! : ? ivn STAR. " ? ~ ? ? - Local 1111eiligeuce. la* Clcse or T3& Fair.?The ceremonies at the close of the Pair last evening were 1111 )<?ing in the extreme. When the audience had gathered in the le3ture room, the band rang out its most jubilant strain*. as the Pres ident of the Institu'e all the officers, and the various committee* ascended the platform. Prof Henry then made a short address, after which the prize a *?r? awarded. A copy <f the addra'S ??' requsstcd by unanimous vote of the assembly, and will be published at an early day ; otherwise, we rhould as usual have given a report cf it in to day's issue In regard to the prizes, and the recipients of them, we must refer uur readers to the morning papers, as their reporters wore al lowed to copy the list befnre they were given out, but under promise 'hat they should rot be published until af.er the close The rime privilege was accorded to us. but we deemed It useless to avail ourselves of it, as the more irg is.-ue w...

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

? ? THE OLD 8^1*8. Cod k'>f>?? the UiirtfU' ? (;<vl M**#a the yonn* one#mloo . Who rarwr-r miuiy h^.n4??r ifcte^ 5 " " (?oil blesw them?? '.j aiij uew. The '4?J -ne* tir* our f<? .i?yti nn?d In Moorty rijK.li nf yore ^ 'Ih* y?nn c one* have th^ir h?h?s irnintstflned, .V lb* old once did brf .rf5 ? ? , ? Of e?nitn or North, or East <* Vtt fl, ' ? T? in ?irter* all utu J te ; one mother nurs?.d iu?in at lur breast. And that wa? f.itw ry r And may Me ??r-tct ulmse hartt V>alf*Viv? i 1 w cat Iheii vital i*r. ad. ? t ? r ,B? scorned w htl.> i* lin, world alive, m And scorned w'u-^ he j* u*.i! NrirvUll the tv;?) with Niinrl> ' L^t'? drift* "God paw iii.*Kii ?gvH * ' The ejily king b> ri liiti .tn^, e ?? > ? The so\> rm*u Peuple'* Kivft- ? f For they're the ? ?l> King I > All "tin.- !? I de-pi>e; The K nt that towers aHivc the throne? The King that never dies. Ohl may that sceptre wide extend O'er every iaiv: arM With >ut hifiniiinz. without end...

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

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At th? Star liuiidrng, corner Pennsylvania avnu* and El?v?ntk ttrtst, By WALLAOU 4b HOPS, Will he served to Kiihscrifcere in the cities ol Wash ington, Ueorjetown, Alexandria, HaJtunor. and rhiladvl|4na, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payaMe weekly to the Agents To mad sub?cribe/4 thr ?ub#cnption price is THftEE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in aArancc, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. coma on C?!CT. ?J I I I VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY MARCH 16 is** ivn aaa THE WEEKLY STAR. This taiftlac a paater variety af bs fbond tn any other- to pabtUhed oa faturday 91 95 ra curas. 2? eopiaa.? 5 00 r+r (U |I4| ?????? ???????? 0 t ? ? | | ??????????????*?' _ Twenty do ixTAai&*u l* tDvtmi. 0&~ Sinflc cop??s (tu wrappers) caa be at the counter, lmmMiairly after the wswe of ti?a paper. Priro?matt carrs. I PorriiHrii *hn ?- --??- ?? - fl A DTFP 'U SPANISH MIXTURE. Th? Great Partner of the Blood I Ho...

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

EV UNING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TBinAT M?reh 10. (?7* AdvkbtisbmxnT8 should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may aot appear until the next day. Sroaaos.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings/' The central location and easy aooess to thin store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in "Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. _ VPl*ir OF THR MASSING TRESS. Tbs lntelnginetr comment? on the death of the Emperor Nicholas, of which there oan be ao reasonable doubt, coming as the sews does. The e-ti!*>r it evidently at a loos to determine whether be thicks the event will protract the ?lifting war or hasten its conclusion He gives reason* whj it may have the latter, as well as the former effect. Of the late Emperor, per eonally. the editor *sy??we think with great truth . 41 The Emperor Nicholas may be regarded, perhapa. as the grei'.eat sovereign of modern time*, and few have fi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 March 1855

I? VKNING STAR. Local Intelligence. The Comxercemeut ? Aa announoed, the commencement of the Medical Department cf Georgetown College came off last night. Ser. vices were to have been opened by Dr. How ard ; bat he had no sooner made his appear ance than be was called out, we suppose professionally, and did not make his appear* anee dariog the exerciscs. 1IU place *aj supplied by one of bia colleague? After a few pertinent remarks, tbe Preai dent of the College conferred the deg ee of Doctor in Medicine on the following gradu ates : Jofeph C K. Clarke, of Missouri ; Jo seph A. mitb, of Maryland; Lewis Saur, of the District of Columbia ; James Grey Jewell of Mississppi; J. Elward Willett, of Mary land, Charles R Oueen, of the District of Colombia; Joshua V. D Middleton, of tbe the District of Columbia; 0 A Dailey, of Washington City, and Michael K. Shyne, of Washington City After an appropriate piece of mnsio, Prof J. M Snyder, delivered the annual addresj to the graduating class. He...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 March 1855

EVENING STAR 00i?t**t u ?T ALIOS our. My houm in i >w and ?mall. Bat behind a row of tree?, I catch th>- gnideu fail Of the sunaet in the seap. And a atoue wail naaaing white, With rh ? of th<> May, Were leas p|pa-*tit to my sight Than the fading of to-day. From a brook a h?ifer drinks In a held of pasture groomf. w un wild violi-u and pinks For a border all around. My house ia small and low, But the willow by the door foth ? cool, deep ahadow throw In the aumraer, on my floor. And in into and rainy night-, " hen thf limb* kave? ..fare bare. i ean s?-e the window light ot th? homestead* <??he. wher?. My bous? ia amall and low, rJ*w w"h such as thesr, Of the meadow and the row Of illuminate tree*; And the hfiler u she drinks From the field of m<*a<iow ground With the violets iml pinks For a border all around ? Let me never, foolfcb. pra? For a vision r'Arr spread, But, coni?m*d, ouly say, * me, Lord, my daily bread. ON A pfellftbk. He?e lie-, a form?place no impo...

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

THE EVENING SlAlt FCBLISUEO EVERY ATTERXOON, vBXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tks Star Budding, cortur Pennsylvania atenue and Ettrmtk atrret, Bjr W ALL AC<i ft HOPE, Will be wrved to ?ubacriLen> in llie citi?H? of V\ Mh in/t.>n, C**orgeto?rn, Alexandria, Raltiui<>re and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to U?<* Agent.-*. To mail rab*cril?era the subscription price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In alrawf, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and OXE DOLLAR for Til BEE MONTHS. Jc^Smois copica on CIKT. / a 3 I I VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C SATURDAY, MARCH 17. 1855. NO fi87 THE WEEKLY STAR. This ?Xee?ei.t F X?wi Suu|le copy, par ?nnum ... ....$1 ^ to n.rtt 4 W d^.. .... ...... ....... ....... .. .... ....a..a .?. M ^ "?????? .... a....a aa a ... a ....... a....?...*? .... ? * .15 Otl 0(7" Ca??, IWTlfclftBtY m iBViDIt (XT' Sinfle oopi* (in wr?ppcr?> tsn be proceed at the eouater, immetfiattf r after the ram* of tb? papar. Price?mart c im P?fTM*9TKia who act...

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

EVENING- STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: 8 TU?ii\f JLl H Kareh 17 O^Z" Adtkhtisbmxnts should be bonded ia by 12 o'clock, M-, otherwise they may not appear until the next day. TuE WIEKLY STAE As we have bad to aany c\lla far copiea ef tha paper contaiair.g tha Bounty Land law *ui the la:tra?'ion: of the Commissioner as to the proper manner to draw up the applies tons for boanty land, wo have republished it in this week s is ae It caa be bad at ocr cluster. The Waaklj Siar, ont lining tbi law, is one of the very best family papers printed, and coat* only *1.25 a jear. EFlB.iT OF T3i MD?SLK3 The Intelligencer, commenting on dcc!.ira ticna cf '.be Da: roil Press that there D an toidicg vitality in the Democratic party, says: "It is a happj teaipcranaent that finds con sola ija aLd nope in the darkest hear We certainly are disposed to agree with ibe Argui In semi tea^ejts A p-?r*.y tnuit indeed pos sess roiie degne cf -vi.aiity' to survive tbe bard knocks which the Dtmoiratlc organiza urn haj roc...

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

(. v kn1 N(t star. ^Local Intelligence. *.rr Ta*i> Itw? -It 1* to m* ? gratifying * w fceep our readers apprised, fiom time rim* of 'k? progres* mad* la the Important B-j'-urr,<*1 national works confided to the II ?od industry of the mechanic of the SLSi* Y#rd w? d#,l*ht to reTel noise and confusion " there preva 18 ; to h*ar the rattling engine and the his ,tMm?the loud echoes of the rolling ?11 *sd anchor "hop. end the gentle reverb* of the machinists' and carpenters' de r*1? cct?the merry rirgof the anvil, and \ebe*ring sound of the hammer. We de 'rllt in these. because .hey are indicative t onlv of individual comfort and prosperity, L of the advancement of our gallant little snder democratic auspices. rLity we proceed to notice hurriedly me of the prominent features of the work ??- in the course of conatruotion in this TJn workshop ~Xhs -Minnesota,' of whieh we gave the di M,nsions. 4c .in a previous article, ia pro " rtmz finely The whole of the irame ia fT *nd is half pl...

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

[oornaras nam ecrruxsiar.J ?lit Fr?a Coring**?, by Middle nidga, Oak HUl, ttiDon-ugh, aad Doable Catgna, loOrtfla, SB m In N?ck, oq<*? a vnL T ?n Oov o|tts slonday * t 5 a m Arrive at Gridln mm ay by ? p a beaveGrifBn tow :*y n 6 a jn arrive at 0. riagton eatne dare by I p m 4414 from Lythouia by ffct ivock, to White House 14 suit' and trk once a weak Leave Lythouia Friday iilin Arr t? at ML.it* Honee sum day by 12 m Leave White douse Friday at 1 p m Arrive at Lythouia aae day by 6pm 6414 from Lythouia to Rockbridjp, 0 a ad back once a week. Leava Lytoonia To are lay at 7 a m Arrive at Koek bridge aame day* by 9 a m. Leav - Koekbridge ihumiay at 10 a m Arrive a? Lythouia mm days by IS id ?41c Fromt*tone Mountain, by Yellow Hirer an I Sweat Water to LawrenceriUe, 20 mile* and back, tu tima a w?en Leave Stoce aiountain, daily, cioept Suaday, at7 a a Arrive at Lawrenoevihe mud* daya by 11 a m l?ave Lawretoevill? daily, exoept Sunday,at 1* Arrive at Stone Mountain name days by 4 p m ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 March 1855

THE WEEKLY STAB. tuning a greater variety of ran be f und in anyotiKr?la puMtabnd on I?I. Single copy, par annum .. to euia. c^*pwa>iiM<t.,?M.tl?,fc4tll)ll<#w<#>tw<<lllll<l,,! 5 J? Twf nty ??.?? ? ,,,tf 00 0*?- Ca<?, INVARIABLY III ItTtHt. 0&- coptr* (in wrapper*) can be procured at Die counter, immnhiidr after lha tame of ttm (taper. Price- thru rnrra. Po?Tni?Ti?g wbo art aa agent* will b* allowvg a communion ofri?> ntjr per c?M. THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERY ATTEKN'OON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At ike Star building, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, mj UALLACil Si HO PK, Will be ?rrrrd to unbucnber* in the cities of Wash intton, G*or|<>town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia,at SIX AXI> A QUARTER CBNTS, payable weekly to thv Aj??'nU To mail robecribers the subscription ptice U TIIR^E DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in ad ranee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f<ir THREE MONTHS. corns one CWT. VOL. V. WASHINGTO...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: M09D4Y ARft&jtOOJI Mareh 19. OCT* Advutisuckxts should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. SroaAQ*.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Ayenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place ol the kind in Washington. Terms lovr. Apply at the -Star office. ??L&ir OF Tj*? MOVING **?& The lnuUig?nctr publish?* an Article from the Liverpool Times, by the Africa, which the editor regard* u rendering certain the truth of the aoeoant of the death of Nicholas. The extracted artiele take* it fur granted that the event will bring aboat peace. Pious vtr ront. T&e Intelligencer also copies a cock and-bull story from the New York Times, ac centing for Mr. Scale'* act in refraining from getting into a personal quarrel with hia friends in the Administration, on the ground that the latter are in...

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

i " y NINC2 8TARJ Local Intelligence. Tib Ofbjisq Nigbt at ths Pkgpls a loa atbb ? There ?u a very satiafac'.ory u well as latisfia I audience at Iron Hall on S?<ur dav eveuing la?t, to witnesa the repreeentation of tbe >erloua Family, and Raising th? Wind, by tbe company, as arr?rge 1 f?r a permanent *ummer'a teawa in Washington. TheSsriout Family waa very fairly represented indeed, with but a firple exception Mr. Weaver's Aminidab struck ua as an entire misappre hension of the character. As written and do ?igned, the pare la that of a whining demure hypocrite, sof and oily in bis looka and ac tiona Aa played ?>n this cceasion, it was in too many passages that cf a boisterous beffno. Mr Weaver wore mua'&.'-bios, too, and in that way entirely deatroyed the effact of the really capital meaner in ?hich he otter vise dressed the part. Wo thas speak plainly of bis ab?rt eominga. to warn him aguinst spoiiiog wha' promise* to be a very raseastfal season at that bouse, by a fa...

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