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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 June 1855

*'.v STAR. THE OLD MAN Th? oid man leaaed on his fhe*aly suiT, With tot'ering step and slow. As be picked bis way, of a Sunday mom. ? To the Church wbtre he loved to go. His hair wu white, and he sea rely knew A fhend, a* be passed him by ; So feeble and frail his memory now, And ao din hi* clouded eye. He aat on a home made chair at rhurch, In front of the preacher's stand, And listened, as if in a pleasant dream, To the word* of a better land. i The sunlight fall on his silvery locka, And bis white hair :orned to gold? Snd I fancy a sunlight shone from Heaven, On the heart of that pilgrim old. But the autumn leave* havefWIm now, And the o?d man sleeps below? We never shall see him niw again, With his tottering ?tep and slow ASPIBATI01T AND DUTY. Ob. what is earth to those who I ng For higher, holier, nobler things ? I'd soar aloft on burning song Amidst the rush of spirit wings : But bush, proud heart .' While hero below, At Duty's call fulfill tby fate, And humbly, onward, upward...

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. — 26 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, lEXCEPT SUNDAY.) At th* Star BmJding, corner P^mur^lwanm mvspu* and Eleventh street, Br w. D. WALLACn, Will be nwrred to fubflrribere <n the cities of Wash ington. Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Ap'nt*. To mail subscriber* the rabscriptiom price is THREE (COLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in ??i?vi.TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHH. {jt^-9inQi.M conn on oarr. * VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 26. 1855, NO. 773. THE WEEKLY STAR. 16 09 O^Caii, ihv aiuablt m ima?a Sm*le copies (in wrapper*) can be procarod at the coanter, immediately after the iaaae of paper. Price?mac cnrra. romtimti who act an ajraota wtli be allc ? rnmiritainn r%f !???!? ?? ? R. SOMTHIlfO WiW USDEB THE SU*. CHARLES WERNER, PenttTr/wmta arr+me. oF?o<Ue Broumt? Hotel. HAS rifted tip the com m od ion* hall ov?*r hi* Res taurant a? a urst class i-AGSR BEERSA LOON, havi...

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. — 26 June 1855

KVENTNfl STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TTJX3PAT AFFZEHOOS June 26 Ar.ENTM FOB THE STAR. The following persona arc authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmsk, N. W. ocmcr of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pkttik9ill k Oo., Nar^au street. Boston ? V. B. Palmkb, Scollay's Buildup. H7* APvamnssMajrre should be handed ir. ly 12 o'clock, M., otherwise thoy may not appear until the next day. SPIRIT 01 XK* HO^NERO PRESS. The Union argues that the Nor'hern and Southern Know Notbicg leaders design acting toge'her, if the Southern Know Nothings can be cheated ia'o permitting the Fucce.-s of abo litionism with reference to Kansas, as a sacri fice for the propitiation of abdition Know Nothir gism The Union further argues that Andrew Jackson Doneleon has disgrnoed him self by his po'i ical apoetacy. Appropos?A. J. Lone]sen was not the adopted son of General Jackson, os represented ; that person is a very d.Cerent individual, a young M...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 June 1855

evening star Local Intelligence. ja? CoC3Cils ?Board of Aldtmen.? The Board of Alderman mot y*aterday afternoon, os p?r adjoarnment, Mr. President Clark in tbo Choir. Tho Chair announced tha stand, jsg on J j-int committees. as follows: STA50I5G COM MITTBBS On Finance?Messrs Houston, Evnns, and Hinder. On Improvements?Messrs Pepper, Smith, and Bayly Ob Police? Messrs. Busey, Emery. and Drre On Claims?Messrs Pearson. Bay]/, and Marks On Schools?Momrt Mariu, Peppor, and Miller On Fire Department?Messrs Smith, Dove, tod Iretler On Elections?Msm. Evans, Pearson, and Miller. Oa Unfinished Easiness?Messrs. Emery, Houston, and Tretler. JOIST COM YITTEB8. On the Asylum?Messrs Marks, Emery, and Miller On the Health of the City?Messrs. Bnsey. Magrader. and Smith. Oathe Canal?Mess's Pepper and Houston. On Wharves?Messrs. Magruder and Pear son. On Enrolled Bills?Mr Bayly. On the accounts of the Registei ?Mr Evans. On the annoy transactions of the Corpora tioa?Mr. Bnaey. On the Count and destroy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 June 1855

EVENING STAR. childhood" by frajic!* rrLLM imiiT. A childof scarcely rcvcn years? Ln?tit-h*ire i and fair m any lily ; With pure eyt* readn in tbeir tun At chiding words or f!*nreschilly; And sudden siniie?, as inly bright As lamp* through alabn?trr shining, Vith r?ady mirth and fancies 'Igbt, Da<h'n wifb :tr%nge dreams and child-divining! A child in all infantile grace, Yet with the angel lingering in bcr face. A curious, ea;er, quesuonin,' child. Whose logic leads lo naive conditions; Her !iu!r knowledge reconciled To imth amid some rad confusions; Yet eft uo'im?, ?nd lovint much IT.e problems hardest for ber reason ; i'lseiurf twr lovely faith on such, And deemii't! I'isbelief a treason; Doubting that which she can disprove. And wiscl) trusting all the rest to love. Such grace* dwell beside your beartii, Ar..I blens ><*i ir. vour household fairy, Le-.mng no sweeter ;p.?t on tarth i'ba.i that which holds your litttle Mary. Ko * ntertairmcui ever yet Kail half the eiqi?Hlt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 June 1855

THE EVENING ST ATI published every afternoon, (EXOEI'T SUNDAY,) At the Star Uuildinf. corner Ptnnsylvani* rnvfifi* and E!*v*ntk stre4t, By W, D . tVALLACII, WiH nbrribm in the cities of Waab jn*i.v. nenrg-vtwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and f??iaiWphia,at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, invaMf weekly to the Afents- To mail subscribers the *oh*cnption price i* THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY TENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL f.w SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ),* THREE MONTHS. Jp-SiMot,! conn o*? 0*TT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27. 1855. NO. 774. THE WEEKLY STAR. This .151 be found ib any Black copy, per aai flw coptod...^.^..^... Ten do ? Tweety do (^Cui, nnutCLT n a?t*i OCb Single copies (Ib mappers) at the counter, immediately afw the paper. M"e?-mass rcirrs. PorrHArrtaa who act w agents will be aHowad a ctnPifcrtAn of twenty per cent. of 'ue SOHETHIirG F7W U7DEK THE STJH. CHARLES WERNER, Pennsffamia are*ue, oppoHt* Bro'rnt' Hotel. HAS fitted up the comtTKxiiou ? hall over hi* Res tauran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 June 1855

rVFVTNfi STAR. WASUfN<4TON PTTY: W10V1IDAT AFTiKJOO* Jan* 27. ACSfCNTTA FOB THK *TAR. *' he roll owing persons are authorised o contract for the publication of adver twernenta in the Star; Philadelphia V. B. PAUm N w KZ?Y ,/rdc'nd Ch^tW^eet,. wT X<^r& M" P^oiu. * Co., street. 8i^|on -V. B. Palm., SooU.y'8 Aoyaansaiuurrs should be handed ui by 12 o'clock. M., otherwise they may ?ppe?r until the next day. BriBTT OF TH* *02* IRQ fKS?S The IntMigtmetr earnestly, and, we think, Juitlj, depiecatea eeotional political conven tlOQd " The Union grows eloquent in commenting on the oritioiama of the Philadelphia North Amriean upon the reoent removals in this wiLu.rr"of Know No,hbsi^ ^skjsss i 0f jQ9tiCr all the.? JSvlf b^d.uP?n practical boatility& MnelVeV ?rVR,1Ie Pr,nc'P???- It has no io t*'l. STi7 7 ?f a? P?*1 It P?ot, proscribe in public Ir ?P?.ee no eminence of virtue or imdlect in ire a-d ??T?: h *r,cour?S?i fnlsehnod shons tver.v manly qualify ?nd jenils'o Amorican firesid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Covbcil Pxocbbdikoi ?Common Council The Board m?t on Monday at the usual hour, the President in the chair. After the reading of the journal, ihe Pres ident announced the appointment of the fol lowing standing and joint committees STAHDia* COBlflTTXBS. Of Ways and Mean*?Messrs. Clements, Loyd, Fuller, Orme, Towles, Baldwin and Bayne On Improremen's?Messrs Walker, Ball, Tnrton. Fisher, Bohlajer, Venable, and Pam phrey Of Claim??Messrs. AtLee, Fuller and Pe ters On Unfinished Basinese?Messrs Ball and Jefferson. On Elections?Messrs AtLee. Walker and Puller On Police?Messrs Ruff, Abert, Fisher, Me. Cutcben, Ball. Bchlayer and Lloyd On Canals?Messrs. Bayne, Jefferson, Tur ton, Towles, Ball, Baldwin, and Pnmphrey. On Pnblie Schools?Messrs Peters. Abert, Orme, Walker, Clements, Rnff, and AtLee. On Fire Department?Messrs. Pnmphrey, Bohlajer and Venable. JOIST COMMITT1IS. On Washington Canal?Messrs Bayne and Jefferson On Money Transactions of the Corporation?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 June 1855

STAR. [roirai mi. TO TH1 POTOMAC ?T StASlAS. ? I oft hive rued with joyous pride Upon thy ?nn Ht, dancing tide, Wherein the tea full wooa his bride ; Potomac! With throbbing heart I've sougm thy shore To list unto the torrent's toir. Or bend the light and graceful oar; Potomac' When winter's storm is well nigh past. When mountain snow* no longer Thy volume rustics, ?thick ?r,a t'a^t Potomac! No more thy fettle flow is seen. No more th5 hold, yet placid mien, No more thou art the graceful queen i Potomac! Neath yon enchanting island steep Dread Circe of the inland d'*?p, Three charming Indian maiiiens sleep; Potomac! Thy hungry surg* is, as the beast Who gloating o'er one human ftast, Demand his victims he increased ; Potomac ! When Freedom's birthday lit the land, I wept upon thy ruthless Strand Where was th* brighe?t of our hand; Potomac I Beneath thy erer bVo'ling blue, A comrade faded from our view; His grave tbj judas waves bedew ; Pot >mac! I've thrilled thf? dark string of ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) 41 tkt Stmr rontMr Pmnn/lvawf mr* - 13 nnl E'*r**tk ny w. n. WALI.ACR, Wi:t He ?KT-d tt> ?'ib?orib<Ti In U?e c?tW of W*atv taMCHt, r,HW?rnwn, Alnandria, RaWmnrr and n,t?Hph'?. at *!X A VP A QUARTER CENT?, mriMr u> the A*f-nu. To mail rotecribera 0h> ?tifcwriptwwi pric<*!? THUEE DOLLARS A VD FIFTY CENTS * year In France, TWO DOL LARS ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR Ior THilEE MONTHS. corn on 0fT IJ.,.11,1" H|IIWI 111 II HF-L .JIR..JL-.JJH 1 VOL. V. WASHINGTON, I). C., THURSDAY JUNE 28. 1855. Hi J > ?. THE WEEKLY STAR. m4 hi ?utefo?4ii 9u*\*cipj, Katarday -141 NO. 775 ^t?|||. M ^rfl?ty Ak.hh ?? IChCMi, pnaitiiT ? *?? AJica. 09- Win fir copies (to wrappers) can kr procond at Um tNitw, latiBfdiatoly after the uw of paper- Prif*?tbmi ttm. Porr* mm who set as b^vti wU Sr altowW - ^<ra<f<n<a prr r?"ru SOMETHING JTf.W TJ 7T>ZB THE 8U5. CHARLES WERNER, Pennsylvania avenue, opj-mte Drotens'' Hotel. HA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 June 1855

? VFVTNr, STAR. WASHINGTON ?' ITT* THUlf DAT APT June 28. 7be loll owing persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adrer tiseu.ents in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palku, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbttinoill k Co., NaH*au street. Boston ? V. B. Palms*, Scollay's building. IT* Advbatisucbhts 6ho'i\(l be handed :? by 12 o'clock, M,-t otherwise they may t 4 appear until the next day. ? :YV>T OV TBF UOfcF'JiG P&2*a The l?t?Uig?ncr of this morning discusses The "Character and Incidents of History taking for its text the lecture recently deliv ered before tbe "Maryland Institute for the Promotion of the Mechanic Arts," by ex Pres ident Tyler The subject selected by Mr Tyler for bit discourv; was ? "sketch of some of the iuoit prominent characters and inci dents of our history from 1812 to 1836," a period embracing certainly "some of the most prominent character? nnd incidents*' to be fourd in the whole volume of our annals a* a natio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 June 1855

FVEXING STAR. Local Intelligence. TBI Ietbrestijo Case of th* four aailom, now cooflnel in our penitentiary by hr sen tencas of conns martial, has been praented by tb*ir oounsel, Col Cbas Leo Jon*s. to the consideration of tba Pre ,i lent. Ihe folio win x it a copy of (heir petition, settin? forth the law and facts of tbe oaso : To his Excllency, Fbahklih Pibrcb, Pr*sidrnt of the United Statu: Th? petition of Richard Biddle. Samuel Kays, David Hazard, and John McNennr, re s pec t fully represent*: ihat they are Amerioan seamen, and u such enluted in the naval service of tbe Uni ted States ; that Richa~d Biddle and Samuel Kays were ^ried by a naval general court martial, convened at Norfolk, February 23, 1854, and were convicted of the offence of 'mutinous conduct and language?' and sen tenced bj tbe said oonrt martial to be irnpris oned 1 at hard l,ihor in the penitentiary of the District of Columbiathat David Ha strd and John McNeuny were tried by a ?imi lar ccurt rc?rial, convened...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 June 1855

KY ' STAR somrKT-TO ?T s. a. a. Who hath not marked the young Imperii rose On which the morn'* firm sunbeam, newly caof lit Lm? drowned in pern like dews, that i tfht had brou|ht To deck the sweetest, laircst flower I bet blows ! !o?e ot thy native city! 'round them glow* Aa equal lipht, in every rentlo thought, "That plays al tho*? heavenly fe.lures, fraught With the pure ra lnnce of the soul's repot*. Oh! it is well, that there are lovely flowVs For the poor wanderers ot the world to mil; And it is well that thmu.h our darkest hours, There dawn hrifht visions of the beautiful; While ?uch as thou are h ontnmg 'mid our bow'rs, Bath is no waste,life ceases.o be duil WIFE WAFTED 1 want a wife, Who, thrc.ugn her life, Was n ver known to have a flirt; Who 11 bring to m A recipe To keep the button . on a shirt. Wash Your own Lacks.?The diffi culty of getting laces washed right, es pecially out of a great city, is very great. fcvery lady, therefore ahould know how to wash her own thread l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 June 1855

L the evening XrausBiD evirt ArriKNooir, f (BJFCEPT 817NDAT.) /UttoBtm Biuld%nc. oomtr Penru^imanis end B/ix7Uk stmt, Br w. B. wallacii, w rrred sn aubecribm In th? cJtiw of Waafi h**. C ni|iMRB, Alexandria, Baittmor* ?nd fMipkM, m SIX ABTD A QUARTER CKJTTS r pjaMt ?? ?h* A?*nta. To mail robJri^.' * .T* ?WrnjK)nn pri<* I, THREE DOLLARS AVn FIFTY CF.XT9 a rm i0 TWO DOL L1W for !?IX MOVTH3, and OXE DOLLAR ta THREE *o*rR9. route oj^ 0??T "* VOL. V. WASHINGTON FRIDAY. june 29. 1855. NO. 77fi. the weekly st Ail. Tfeto firiflw Ifcat&r va4 Jtewi Joamrv ? greater mirxy of tntereeUn ke ftmnd in anyotecr ta pnMiabedon *??*a?MMa F!re< Ten " *>. Twenty 4n. .? KM'iii, uttauablt ta i?T*aci. .MOV copit* (In wrapper*) can ke r??? ?I the counter, tmmrdinteijr after the inane of U* paper. Price?mn curra. Post Ma itiii who net na aneata eHB ?n??<? SOMETHING UVDXB TBI SUN. CIURLES WERNER, m. i ftnwiflecnia acentu, Off mi t Rro-mii' Hotel. A? fitted up tile rominodiou- hall ov*r hi* Res ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 June 1855

EV E NING STAR. W A-?'TNrtTON OITY: F3IDA7 Ai TKBSOOH June 29 ACJF^T^ FOR THE STAR The following persona are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements :n the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Paijcbr, N. W. eerier of Tnird and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pkttingill & Ck)., i^assa i street. D.x ion ? Y. B. Palxbr. Scollay's BuildiFg. ?7* ADv*s:;.iKMHKrs should bo handed it. Ly 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may tot apyvw until ths Uwlt day srr :ii cr Tiix jsoasise ?b?.ss. The Liion user. sea the pospecfeof the a'ii^s on CB2 ride and of Bu*na or: the other, as icvol.ci in the current war. describing and ca recent features of the ?amp^ign. Tbe I.itcU genc-.r .j devoted ts nasrs, Ac. io-day PATr...' Okpick Rkport ?We return our thanks u> tee Hon. Wm. II. Seward for a copy of tbe fir.;t pa*t or mecl-anici! portion, of the Patent cfS e Kcport for 1854. ?For tho first time in the history of Philadelphia, it Is .'aid, beef if higher there than it is in New York. Cattl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 June 1855

t STAR. ^XoQ, n 0 0 ? Mir>f?D acARDi'ExccKiioN ?The steam deont? Washington left the city. yesterday *r?ooB. vitb upward of three handrel Sosi of b<*h of ?bout ?qaal num ?lL.for the White Houae. Ilenoning thet resort, the company danced aeveral Kri a?ay to the deligh'ful music of Proa j cctiiloa band. Half-past seven o'clock. Sere was* copious shower, which had the -L'j effect cf cooling the etmoaphere. Mean ?. le the pavilion waa the aoena of the d??eiBg exercbee. Avery fine supper glad ded the excursionist!?a part of the pro Ky.gs which never cad be conveniently flmi.tol oc such occasions. careen six and seven o'clock in the even ,g the Alice C Price, with flying colors, and 3'a wry large company on board, pawed d'wn tie river. Cheers were given in ccm ?ji ffiect to the happy spirits cn the shore, which were returned as enthusiastically by ?he recipients of the oral honorg The White House premises have been con riiermbly improved of late. The undergrowth hu been cleared and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 June 1855

K >'!NG STAR. THE STARS, THi BI3DS, ATID I Tii?' st^rs arc rhinm? l?rj$htlir, From ?*it th" iWp Woe <?ky; Th v Nd th-ir vifil* mihtl*. "J" I* iii tiiujk hfjoif -ire nigh ; An.! i rt? witch nm k^fpinr, I'pmi I In* unpr?<m'd earth. Wort o'iinr ?}*>.* are tlreping, An<t ?il*nt i* *arb hf.inh ; Bar t..'i i<: i:.e** stars with guuin<*H Th? ir ctm>tsnt vuplj k?*p Mvh?nr i* mMn* with sa lce*. I va:ck, dae. to we?*p! Tf b rds at" swppil? *in?ir.?, Ob 'Vtiry ?r < uwo??I tm?, An<t liul arid t!a> aw ringii.j, %'.Vith lu;;eful mdodjr; * n?l I ray l^y ?"??tcUir^, iii mluudo MifaraVI, .Uy t: ?rl*a wild mii^ie As it that h? art 'twonll hur t;? Bt't wntle ihihf hinb with ptadiit-*, Their v. in s lift 03 Myh .?rt is eJotird with i-adm-*?. And brtalliis it, but t<> tfigh. Oh! ?tt?}71-"II phinf :i Mgfetly, ?Vh< n 1 s-ti.li wat- 1 n-i more. ??! ' i t i.-, yt'U .-iii^ -unzLtly, \Vh?'n n ! r: r^t^s ar>- oYr_. H it b th btr?J and phufc't, H iv - pii vith time a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 June 1855

WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY. JUNE 30. 1855. NO. 777. THE WEEKLY STAR. This Family nn4 N<*wa Juwu ?cn?^ Uuning * *r. mat ?arkty of mionwun* readme Ui^a cm be round in any other?U published on jfetnnliy r mi. eopf, pc* annum fl M TO CKII. fi?c copto.... Tell ^OwwMinwu.wti tutu Twmtj Ac MMMKHX ? * Mllll L5W C^Oa?B, INVARIABLY (? AHVAirrs. ?in*le c<?f i<"? (in wripprw) can br procarv! at the counter, inirn<*i:.ttHy after the if ue of 'j? paper. Price?masa cirrs. ro^TMASTBM who art a- ac-itu will be alio* 4 a coaratartn* of twntv pei c?*nt. SOMETHING WFW U*DER THE 8U!f. CHARLES WERNER, Penisyir'inia r.tcnue. Opposite Hro ms' Hotel. HAS fitted up the commodious hmil over his Res taurant a* a f.n?t c1?lm L.AG~:U REEK S \ iiaviDf pfOffure"! j supply of pvry luxury and crniti-rte found In fir?t .??lass establishments of the kiid in the N.>rt>?er.i cilie*. ilis KIIINE WINES and French Wane Wines, a? well as bis Cl*rets, Serirs. Laser Beer, Germai>. Iualtan, anl Swiuer CHE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 June 1855

EVENING STAR.' WAMilNwTuN I'XT1: MWttil AlgMCXfll Smi 30. j A?K!fT8 FOB Tlia (STAK. The following persons are authorized t5 contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmrr, N. W. comer of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. PjcrxixaiLL & Co., Bissau otrvet. Be;,tnn ?V. tj. pALJ?E:it f?oo!lay's ?DUliuUlg. ADTjiiTT^SMaNTS should be ks.ndod ty 12 o'ciock, M., otherwise they mav KOt apprr.r until tfc? nert day. THE WSIKI.Y SIAK. The number for the present we?k contains the usu-l vflf.c'y of nows tad n isccIIf.neou3 iun.:, ot a highly ia.oreiticg character, in ? uiing o chapters tn "Kice^eiv' ?o inter ring to tLs politicians of the pre?ent day. The at q tantly itcreasicg number of sub. ficrioers t-j tha publication aH'-Js an evidence of the higa estimation in which it is deserved, ljheli. T?> m:. $1 Zj a voir, or three cents a single number, to be obtained at vur counter ia wr.i| pcr?, if preferr d. 5.It IT OF YH2 iloc-NlSG Faires. Tie...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. lhe F\ir Hul Female Bo*rdin? School The editor of the Star sttonded, on Thursday, the annual examioatfon of this institution, (iMr Brookvilie, Montgomery county. Md ,) which baa been in successful existence for nearly fifty years. It ij the female boarding sobool of the Friends' Society of tbe State of Maryland, and to it# accommodation the mag toificent Fair flill estate, the property of the society, has been dedicated for all the time mentioned above. As a residence for the young, Fair liill estate has no superior in ite country, beirg situated in the midst of the highly cultivated and salubrious region of Mon'gomery county. Md., where few others ?re to be found located but members of the Friends' (Quakers) Society. There wore there, during the term just cod ed, some forty-five pupils from all sections of the United States, half of them beingchildren of families connected with the religious org'.n iiation, whoso institution the academy is. At pres...

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