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

EVENING STAR. |rOB TBS STAR. THE LOTCD OHE OVER THE SEA. I am weary of trail.Bjf?of waiting For lovtn* tones spoken to me; And mv spirit w pini?*?still pining For ?o'*< lit eyes o'er the blue sea. There ar? niumc strains on the air thrilling, Anl liauntingly sweet though they be Far sweeter t<> me is the trilling, Ofa lov^d ab-tnt voice o'er the sea. 1 am weary of listening?of lutenin? For bounding steps coining to me; And tear*?wilful tear*. will be fall ng. While they tarry ?o long oVr the sea. There are so.t, gentle steps lingering near me, riteps light a? the morning to ; Hut 1 li-t l ?r the sound thai can cheer me? A firm, springii g step o'er the sea. I am weary of w? ep;ng ?oi" weeping O'er hop?s withered by the decree; * ?f a late that has cruelly banished A warm, loving heart o'ei the sea. Then how can n?v brow be unshaded ? The world is al! sadnev* to me: For a brave, tried, and true beart is drooping Far over the blue, sunny sea! Bat 1 a:n not weary of praying? O...

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. — 20 March 1855

THE EVENING QTAIt PUBLISH? EVBRY ATTEKNOON, 4 ? r P**#? aywMYAi 0 - ?f >4/ fV- Star B*U4ing> evntr P*n*4i~t\*amia cvrmu and E'twrtik strut, ,b^pwallac4i a iior e , Will be ?enre(l to (ubjcriktrs in the cities of Wmh iHjtim, Georgetown, AJ? xajirtria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AM) A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Ajent*. To a ul rab*cnbcr$ the ?uh*eript!on fc>riee i>* THREE DOLLARS AND riFTY CENTS a rear In ?^roire. TWO I>OL LARS fhr SIX MONTHS, ami ONE [MILLAR for THREE WfMITfl?. 5^9i<fli.s coriit om cur. I I w* VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D/C., TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1855. ? it Hi ..... , , * _ ? i a .. ^f. a.i. ? * ? ?-.i ?* ' * ? - ??- ? * 4 NO. 689. THE WEE KEY STATU 0*0 U? fb<?4laaay Ten do to ami. J, i 00 .. .. 810 CtT- CAfM, MwAM AJIf*. . , 1 . II CCf~ Siaflc copies <ui-*r?pyee?) caa U procwed at +* *?**?? ?c paper. Price?nur carr*. ?? )llv||l -A* '1 ? rot-r* *-Te*n who art a* agejits will be allorv. 4 > n>?:mh)4n*nri?MiM ? y.M.i CARTER'S SPAN...

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. — 20 March 1855

t:\lNG STAR. WA8IIINGTON UITY: lUKfi : y aft^r^ooh H%reh #0. 0Zs~ Adv*?tismmknt8 should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may ?ot appear until the next day. Stokagb.?Storage will be taken in the tine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildup. The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable placc of the kind in Washington, Terms low. Apply at the Star office. fridTT OF TH? H0KSI5Q PiiLSS. The Union this morning u devoted, for the next part, to a review of the action of the President in making his appointments to the four new regimen a. The Intelligencer thinks that the Pennsyl vania Pre?j are mistaken in insginiog that the tariff will be increased rather than re duced at the next session of Congrees The Sentinel regardj the combination that has just carried the New Hamj shire eleotion as a mere spoils party ; and urges the Demo orati of Virginia, one and all, to vote against the Know Nothings. WAS 11 L...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 March 1855

Kl. *?' N IN (t STAR. Local Intelligence. J^Cr*c,M-?? ?* Ald?rm?D ? . ut.n,8htattb# mmMl ho"> Mr. Presi d?nt Hill in the chair. Tb? Chair laid before the Board a oommi moationfrom the Major. sug*es'iog the pro priety of appropriating $.{,000 for the Lj. Bant of the interest 00 the half 3 early stock of the corporation, referred to the finance 00m mitt ee CB Also. a communication f.om the name officer ??**? od. from F. Ll.tle , ..T,V UrSJi* "".?PI""P'i?lion for the re. of *n obstruction in the eanal at " Ten S? n!n*? h?tC^'" eiu*d b> tb* waging Of the gulley between New Jersey avenue and fno,h?r from ?*me nffloer ?iJU ^d".h.* (ired*,DKm?ctiine be pro JintJ from V. 8t.oneJwal,? b? ?long the Maryland avenue to its western termination^ The amount which the 00mmis inoner aiked to be appropriated to these ends being $25,000; referred to the committee on the eanal. The Chair next laid before the Board a bill Horn the lower Board for the establishment of Mh001 in th? northern seetioQ ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 March 1855

KVhlNlNG STAiL ? >111 'I ?**? ' Li ? To tko ltAn*rieaM Ua'kolit Pri**twA? wot* M* /?'/?* " V'T*a ? T AH lltM CATHOLIC WltT OH narvy dr**** Br-woer J ?*r n2? ?.f ,?rOw?*t wraadt* l? - "'h^du^sssifs'^im -? -? ?? As t m <?* hi' d.d bfl'< re - .*?*-'* ? rrocl iIit? hb ?r ? auuMger, m?*?r -*' T'? zuard thf F&> y _u cMl ipur own ? OrJili^f, ff<8t atoce. *?" Vra'tfer,'* "'' *'* f#?ai?iPfc!> 1ea*a*?i*!rv*"i*i*^ f'Ml' W U' I, at If1?*-vrjr - 'Ma ??*'?? liu h. wnh u|?liheVf b a d. And smile ifie ?pJ>r?T, thcjgji hp.roine From pf>?brV! tB/"ifuSii? Loom. (}^p ?"?rihgor, b+'I f? Mm * *?W? *?* ?r>t?a*?H 4~* r*" * -T- ! 9a?f Hilhr Jj 'm wd ?."**?-r. .. -,??.?-?? lit'* Irtoliti) wfrw ?h># |l?f, 8 ill. wh? lov? - frrmlfirii betur Tinp**?-<*e??->?>eaf * f ?~TtuWl7?t?> ^ra^m**, * !????* T h O'.ljrotirFJ^i adorn. ^ fit* ?**?'?<!* 4t*9Wn ,rr "" All alav ? in I -v.- uni e4^!{ -p * "t *** 'P-3 SIijii, by r.e ?siriyj-,'' be righted. Semedrti Mile',~?f thro &...

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. — 21 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED KVERY AFTERNOON, {WltTEfT SUNDAY.) At the i<tar Budding, corner Pennsylvania ax'fHtte and Eleventh street, By WALLACH A IIOPK, WiM tic Mtv?il iw subscribers ia (he cilic< ot Wasli ingtoa, (io.r^ciown, Alt tandria. Baltimore and P' .'nVlphia.st SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payaMe weekly to th* A*?*nH- To mail sulwcriber* tiie *ub*cription prt-'r y THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year hi adthmkt, TWO DOL LARS fhr SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fm THREE MONTHS. 3^-Si*gl? COFIM osi rtrr. /I A T*fwr?f> W-. 9S VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. CM WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1855. NO. 690. THE WEEKLY STAR. This ?xc?ll<w: Family and N*w? Journal?con uttvin* a greatnr variety at inwrraunf reading tiia.i cao be fouad ta any uther?i? publiabed on Saturday TfMI. SiH^e ptt MfMlUB 1 to cirn. Five copiex 5 <A? 1 t ? . . . M Wl Twenty do ?.L5W CH^-CaSH, llfiUtllT II itVidCK. Qp-t'mfU' ?Opw* (IK wrapper*) ran br |*o< nh-4 at the cnumcf, imnrdi4t?ly a<l?-r thr !.???? ??f tuw pap...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 March 1855

V i ING STAR. W \-j{IINGTON PITY: WIDlLa'.v . if TSKFO. !f Merck 21. *?1 ? I ?? ?iifair: I ? l?JQPX?Q *FI*jr \sk THU MO AH LUG PRESS. The Vhk n announces the expected news of the entire adjustment of tbe Black Warrior difica y with Spain, for which we prep and oar reader? pome time since It seems to as that oar cotemporary it in error in the drift of his remark* apon the affair, which inperin dooe the impression that Spain yielded to the f**r ?f force, rather than to the clearness of the reasoning with which the Amerioan Sec retary of State placed the faets involved be fore the Voeen's Government The American despatch le which tbe editor refers is proba bly tbe most powerful paper that ever came from Mr. Mifey'a uand?as powerfully con clusive as \ny state paper that ever wa* penned wince civilixati a began. We prefer to be Jlere that Spain yielded gracefully to tbe foroe of its reasoning?not lo fear Wo think we recugniic in the promptness with which ahe acknowledged (he justice of o...

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

Local Intelligence. Franklin Biilding Association?There %aa a very large number of pereona of all callings present at Temperance Hall last night, at the organ: ration of this new associa tion, and a great deal of enthusiasm was taac ifested. The meeting was opened bj John S Hollingshead. Esq . being called to the chair, and T. M Hansou to act as secretary. After the transaction of some other preliminary basi nets. a constitution was adop'ed ; after which, on motion, a committee of fire was appointed by the Chair to nominate the officer* prescribed by the constitution, who, after retiring awhile retorted and made their report, and the lol lowing < ffiiers were elected for one year, the term of serv'Oe to commence from the first Monday in April next: President?Henry Barron. Vice President?Henry 1). Cooper. Treasurer?Edward C Dyer. Secretary?T. M. Hanson Directors?Chas. H James, Thomas 3 Don. oho. George W. Harkness George Jillard. K. M. Hanson, Geo Harvey, C. P. Smith, Geo Mattingl...

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

i . v ENIiNG STAK. THE 3UR3TI1G OP THE BUD Spring i- cumin; -Hpun: ? oniin^;* Xtit . her ?mi?hM*e and Iter h wer ; 11?av? n i? rin^Mi^ ?'lh the -i'? ein?; ? *1 tiir bird* :u iHnk*' ?<n<t Iwvier Itud- tre rtllinc, k'Mfn tire t-we.ling, Fl ?? ?s on held, and bloain on tree . OVr fit* uarth, ami air and **c* an, \ntnr*" h?ltF her iihilee S??H then ?*tt?aliiit,c?nii * ? ie* ling ? ?>r my tender!) ; ?=wret I ponder a? I wander. For niv mii-iiic sve of iliti'. H|?nnc i* comins -Sprint m coming? tli her morninc* trt>h and light. With her moon of che<{ii> r* d ^lory, Sky trf blue, and ct?>ud? oi" white. Calm. c?ay niiihuall. when the u-ht fa'l* From the -tar ltr<{?an^|e(| *fcv. Wh.lt: iiic !-}?l*-nilt>r, |-?u and itndcr, Of the yottns *n""i? :n< ?>n h:aii. Hull at morn. at noon. and even, Spring i? fn.i in joy f*,r ni--, Jpoiider :i- I ? *n It r, Aifl inv win-inr vl of ih'^e -*Ull ot till e III} llMM!fllt? are dwelling, Wha.-o 'rrthj nam*- ea> I* ; neauti...

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

THE EVENING STAR PUBL1SUED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star Building, rorner Pennsylvania cwhh* and Eleventh street, By W A L L A C .1 * U O P U , Will be wnred to raUscribers in the cities of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents- To mail subscribers the ?nb*cnption price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f* THREE MONTHS. (^Siwqi.e corn* owi r?*T. mm* * v? VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1855. NO. 691. THEWEEELY STAR. This sieoUeru haljr mi News Mining a greater variety of interests cw he found La any other?to polished oe Single copy, par aw CO" Cash, iht4Ua?lt in aovaxob 0 da- Stnfic copies (in wrappers) casi he at the counter, imm^diattfr after the issue of poper. Friee?nmti rwm. Postmastcrp who net asngrau will be a ooaw?fcw of iwtmiy pi UAA1AAS SPANISH MIXTURE. Tk? Great pNtlfler of the liiood 1 Hot a Parti...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1855

iiV KX1NG STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: THURSDAY AJTTEBJOO* Xinh 83 (?7* Advertisements should be handed In by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may uot appear until the next day. < 4?> ? , Storagb.?Storage will be taken in tbe tine large dry bawment, corner of Elevcuth street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings.** The central location and e?sv access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. - ? 5? I KIT OF THE MOB5ING PRESS Ike Union <ake? op the Know Nothing platform tii Virginia, end quotei, u diametri cally opposed to it, a action by aeotion, extracts from me writings of Washington and Jefferson The mom paper hope* that " agriwatin Sam" will not proscribe Judge Loring, ol Massachusetts, for discharging his duty in th< matter of the execution of the fugitive slav< The I/itrlligeneer publlahea the u Souli document!" this mornicg, and in ocmmentinj upen them, says: " V>? &re glsd to aee it announoed...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1855

.,? ?: j VP QT K T7 . ^ \ i o i /\ H' Local intelligence.* to* CojcxhtTo NtG.1T ?We sre very ?ur? that all who ***** Cavusi's Saloon. this even In*, will *? ??P,J "paid for their expendl ,?ocf time and money Mr. Helleri pur aose we ueders'and to be. to present hlmsel; othe Washington public, fur the flrat time n toe profe-ndon to whijh he waa bred?as a pianist. Ho if about to settle here perma ? entlv. and Jei.gasteachiLg mu?ic--:Le piano vfe doubt whether t&ere ta at this nnmeQt a uore aecompithed performer cn that instru ment on this a-Je of the Atlantic, Xtrakosch sot excluded irom the comparison. Hia exe. cot.on U not only tqual in atyle, skill, and patios to that of any pianist W4 have ever heard. (and we have listened to theplayir.gof every deservedly celebrated performer dot is this country.) bat hts general murical at ain. meota kre superior to -.hose of most of hi* com pears; for ha is a cempceer cf much tiki.-e* laniio fame. h;s works beiog distinguishea by adilplaycf ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 March 1855

evening - -V? -?_r ywBi~ .JT THE THIUOS OF OTHXR DATS. The plea-lot things ot other day*, _ IIow have they passed away i How faintly to our straining (azu Krtum* life's sunny ray. As d?*ws before the morning sun, (>??! after gems depart, llupe't blossoms wither, on* by one. - And fade npon the heart. The voices sweet of other years, Their toaee so soft and low, That whisper'd music in our ears, Are silent, long ago. The hearts that shed around our own K* The amritghl of their rays? Thf eyes that fondly, warmly ?hote Are flud with other days. The pleasant things of other days, They turn them sadly back, To trace, anid the nnaty base, Their bright and early tiack. They see the light ot suany skies, They watch Uie opening tiow'rs, And seek amid thetr crimson dye#, The "bloom ot ranutii'd hours. Th-y steal wit.i soft and sil.mt tread, 1'iuo" memory's dim domain. Like <ha !owv spirits of the dead, Mourning far life izain. TIM past hath op'J its nighty tomb, And o'er the preseut, st...

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. — 23 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT HUNDAYJ At tht Star Bmldt.ig, corner Peniisj/lvtmim mmmms and Efnuiilk street, By W ALLACtl * H O P *1, Will be ?erred to ?tib*cribrrw in the citi?*s of \Ynah> teuton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CEXT3, payable woekly to tiie Ajjcnu To mail ?utacribcra Uie MhMrJptai price in THREE DOLLAR* AND P1FTY CENT* a year in aJmncr, TWO DOL LA!** for BIX MONTH.-*, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. corn. one ctrr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 23. 1855. NO. 692. mE WEEKLY STAR Thif aicaUat Family ao4 Neva Journal?coo aining a greater variety of ipteroatinf r. adjig tLan >?n be found in any otbex?1* p*iMi?!t?-d on *aturdav mil. 8ingie copy, p? anmun -? ?ft ^ _ ? TO CLPBf. copiea........???................... ..????.??? ^ "I. ..Wi ^ '1 iKVaWivBi* ii i>viNr|. ? . * 09- Hinjle eopiee (Jr. wr*|?pe*>) eifc l?e procure*! at tlie ronnt? r. lmtn<Mi.v *Y after the *? ?<e of !?*? pa...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 March 1855

v !*,\ 1N(J STAR. ? ? ?I ??1 \Y A H> Hi N GTQN 01T Y: TBlfM i tnitw :!.. March 23 m Zy -Vi?vbbtinium should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they nay not appear until the next day. ?TG&AOa.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buiitfcngs." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it ihe most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. "?pIHI'i 0? THE M')K5:5G PRES* The Union, replying to the Inuliigtne recent critioi*m upon i ts temper towards Sp >io, reviews, the Soule (0<tt?nd papers) correspond ence. to show 'hat little reliance can reas< c.a blj be pieced on the fact that Isabella's g< v. ernment has agreed to settle the Black War: i>r question on terms satisfactory to as. That i* as affording proof that she will satiat'act.nii., settle the other questions whioh we have a abeyance with her. Summing ap. the Unto? esy?: The case. ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 March 1855

f.V KNING STAR. L6cal Intelligence. A Crrr Clock ?We are glad to find that oar eitiaens are awake to the benefit! arising from a city clock. It has been sug?*?ed that one sko?ld be placed one of the towers of the Smithsoniaa Institute There i> row j ut each a cloek as we seed in that bailding, wiifch was oa exhibition at the * air. It waa constructed by the late ffm. Voae, and. is an eight-da; etook of adequate strength to strike a oe'.l of <siae and tone sufficient to be keard over the whole city. Ju tgea rf the article pronounce it an excellent piece of mechaniim, and apeak in high terms of the workmanship It can be eet ap by his son, who haa the ingeruity and skill required for the purpose. This dock will stnke^ne hoar, the half, and the quarter, and ahowa the time on four dials. We understand that it will be diapoaedef on reasonable terms. A few thousand dollars thus invested cool J hardly be expended on a more useful or uecei sary improvement. Homes?The oottages on Kendal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 March 1855

t.NING STAR. TEX SOUL-LIT ITS Tlie diamond may -pa/ki*, ? TM' i 11 by may ?liin<', Willi liK'il >'Ml IU?> Ti? their o? ner < divine ; Hut Mier can diamond. i> ruby ' Utvif, In bnliance of lustre, The soul-lit eye. The eye hatli a language. I'botuii voiced it be, That all may interpret To all it is free; Convincing its eloquence, Warm it* appeals, And "wrifti-r than thought To the heart it ?teal*. ? How awful In hatred ! How * limine in lot*-! N"W Hem* a.* tlie tiger. Now mild a? the dove; \ll po^nt its gtanre i?, When- love hatii the .?way-? In a moment we look What an hour could n?>i say ! Mastfactouc of Port Wixb.?A London paper give* the following account of the manner in which port wine is man ufactured: When port is required to be manuiac. tured, two separate processes are deliber ately and systematically gone through: first the wine itself is made, and then the bottles are prepared into which the liquor is to be transferred. When th ? mixture iUelf is deficie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1855

THE EVENING 8TAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT rtUWDAYO At tkf Star Bmiding. corner Pennsylvania ami Eleventh street, By WALLAC11 A HOPS, Will lie wrved to mbecriben in the cilia of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pnynble weekly to the Ajjents. To mail robscribers the mbscription priee to THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in adcancc, TWO DDL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR t* THREE MONTHS. {ft^-SmsLK roriitt oxi crirr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. ?., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1855. NO. 693. THE WEEKLY STAR. Tito axcal^M PMd?y'?i< N?w? be found in any < i published on Saturday TO CLFM. Five Ten .. Twenty do 3 W ..BOO IS CO D^Cmi, imriiiiiLt u itnict. 0&- Siafle rop#e? (in wrapper*) can be prooarH at the counter, Matnediattfy after the ??ur of the pnper. Price?tiui ciki*. PoRTMAHTna* nrho net a? a?enw will be ?U*wr4 gocmmtosoa of twenty per cent. CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Tfc. Qr..t Pmrldar of tl>. ?i..d | Hot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1855

ING -STAR. WASHINGTON PITT: SATURDAY AFT&SJIOi'H March 84 DfS ;OI UTI05 OF C0FABTWSB4HIP Notice is hereby given, that the oopartnar slip which b-s heretofore exi?ted between tic undersigned ia the publication of the Evemmg Star newspaper, is this day disiolved by mu tual consent W. D. Wall AC* having pur chased nil the property and interest of W*. Ii. Hope in the said Exiting Star and its bnsinesj, will pay all the liabilities of the late firm of Wallaoh A Hope, and alt those indebed to it are hereby notified to make p-yao-t to him. W D WALLACH, WM. H HOPE WASeuaTOM, March 24, 1S55. TO THE PUBLIC. Ia retiring fr^m the Evening Star news* paper the undersigned embraoes the oppor t a nit y of returning his thanks to the public for rbe liberal msnaer in whioh this Journal b&s been sustained since his connection with 1: The success of toe Evening Star ia ^q. equalled in the history of newspaper* tot te-n in existence two ye*.rf, ^ jt, dmil.y ti aa a:icn is more than ^,110 thatof ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1855

kvkning star. Local Intelligence. Fc* t5 thk Ma rut. ?Any om who ha* a ta*te for fan. and an hour to spare in the morning, will be amply rewarded for a walk throngh the market*. Thi* morning u we earn* within earshot of the hubbab and nose, ahot of tha pleasant effluvia of raw meat A3 , the firat sight that greotod our eyes waa, on the aide walk, a pair of enormous awkward overgrown roosters, tiod by a long atrirg to the coops containing their leefer brothers and sisters A nice young gentleman left hi.? fel low loafer with the rem irk that he would have some fan oat of that Jakey, and ad dressed the market man aa followa: ? Say, old fe lah, what aort of animal is that' ' '? Shan ghai, sir; fine order nr. fat aa batter " " What doyon aak for him " Only $1, sir " ? Any fight in him; I doat want a fighting cock for my dinner; I'm too pugnacious now Lord to Joo. oot. tit/*.?, tho f.Vm.r, who begins to amell a rai, "jast you feel hia legs; no apura sir. Nice young man puta hit hand on 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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