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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 August 1855

EVEN I NO STAR. THIETT-Wnri. ? 4> ? w ft) if if W. *11*. Ak me1 tin- moments will not ?tav ? Another year bu p?if4 away i And Jun? (the second) score* the li?e That tells me I im TWrty-nine' "? A? tfcns i haste the milestones by, 1 i*uk the aemberinx wtth * *igl( j And yet 'Us idle to repine . . 4 !**? com* so *oon to Thirty-nine! Ah ! few that roam this world of ours. Tsfc?l Ms thorn* aad pi nek Its flower.. Have tsod a brighter path tbaa mine Prom blithe thirteen to Thirty-nine! Health, homo suid friends, (life's solid part) A m?rry l*u<u, a fresh voung beast, Porticd<mm*aadlovedlvia?? j r.; fl-vve I not the** at Thirty-nine * o Time ! f >rego thy wonted spite. And lay thv future lashe* light, And, trust iue, 1 wlU not repine ' At twice the count of Thirty* nine ! ' r Teaotot at a Bten Hr.rs- ?A portion of oar city was tbrownlnto some excitement by a brutal murder, which was committed be tween J2 and I a'elook this morning, in the lager-bier saloon known a* Putnam Hail...

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. — 13 August 1855

?? D. C., MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1855 ? THE EVENING STAR, rt BtllH*? EVERY y.PTEXftOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ' 4t tk* Star Bntldimgt fmr tf Pemuflvmmi* -i amd MUvtmh ttrttt, By W. D. WALLACE, Will beaeraed tesabsertben by narrlers at 91X 4ND ? QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tb. Areata; pepere mr?d tn packagea at J7* centi per month. To mail aubecrtbera the aob (crlpdmprlotli THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TT CENT? a yeari? mdvmmci, TWO DOLLARS Jbr alt months, and ONE DOLLAR for throe month* for leaa than three months at the rate of 11* coats a week. CT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. .?^U , ? T.Jfci " ' >f ' ^ T IB NO. 814. PosTMAsraM WASHINGTON VOL. VI. JEWELRY. H9F-MKEN, JEWELER. W) Pennsylvania ? ?venn*, bfftween Wh and 10th street*, kM just received a new ?npplv of richly-cha!?ed Fruit ladLarfJ' weti^e^sWlngof Plaawd KarRlnga; tlso, a variety of magnificent Mosaic and Cameo Jewelry, which he offers at greatly reduced pricea. E Diamonds remounted, Jewelry of any de ou made to order, Enameling done, ...

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. — 13 August 1855

EVENING STAR. VUJIIWftl CUT: * -? MOlfDAV miUMR Al|*M 13. |3P* A d vx art s bmxxti fVolld ba handed la by IS o'clock, M.. otherwise they mfly not ap p?u aatU ti e next day. agents forth* star. The following pereoas an authorised to eoi traet for the publication ef adveitisem?ts in the Stmr: t! Philadelphia?V. B. PiUU, N.-W. OOnWT of IhM im ChMtni Kniti. New York -8. M. PnrrnraiLbA Co., Nmmi Boetoe?V B. Palmer. Scollay'i Building. job numriHs. > We are moving oar pranee into a Am now pre* nx tu, where we will hire greatlj in . ereased^faeilities for the execatiou of Jon PilifWl.. Our other facilities for the neat, expedition*, and economical execution of Job Printing, of almoet every \Jascription, hare likewise been greatly extended ef late. Bo we are now prefaced to giro satisfaction in that line to all. Counsel before the Court of Claims will find the Star office the best place \n Wash ington for the immediate and oorrtet execu tion of their printing job?. Give as a eall. . m m ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 August 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tn* V?LL9W Fetus.?We learn from a Sntieman thoroughly acquainted with the its, that the yellow fever w confined to cer tain localities in Goeport. Portamouth, and Nor folk The cases in the last named city are, for the gmter part, of persons who hare (led thither from the irst named, taking with them the ?eeds of. the disease in their own persons Much distress is needlessly added to the con sternation on the part of individuals ftyi from the infected cities, by oppcesaive Quran tine regulations of neighboring ports, as well as of thoee to whioh there is water communi cation from Portsmouth, Goeport, and Norfolk There was but little panic in the last named city until the quarantine regulations were so geaernDr adopted. They who leave the scenes of the disease hare in their possession certifi cate* from their home physicians, to the effect they have not been rick, hare no symptoms of sickness. hare no siekness in their nunilles, nor are they from the i...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 August 1855

EVENING STAR. The Knickerbocker for July has the follow ing beautiful "Eastern Allegory." His from the pea of the laiy of Mr- Sparks, the eminent American historian : THE BECOBDDTG AH0EL8. ?'Two Angels c'.ear on every 8ool attend, And watch, with patient waiting, on each hand, One with soft eve of hope, and one of fear; ,u And both, with'love intense, a golden rrcotd bear. "And when that precious soal with love doth Those'loving eyes with holy lustre shine; Then doth the right hand Angel whisper low 4 'Tls ours forever!' and with seal divine Condrm the good, for good can ne'er decay, BM. all immortal, wing to heaven its war. "Bat if Suspicion dark, or fearful Wrath, Trouble the liutrs of thone sinless eves. left hand An rcl of Mu'9 ptth In weep! ?g silence writes, and sad surpnse: But holds annealed still the golden Una, ??-? And on hh hopeful brota r leans awhile: / F<tr if that soml rtptut, the heavens shall smile, And swift that record ftsde in light dlvtes; And only Sorrow we...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 August 1855

- THE EVEOTNGt STAR, HKHUD EVERT A FT ER^OOK, (EXCEPT sunday,) At tk* Si* BuiliiiMgs.ettrntT $f P?HMyl*e*i? 0mmm4 mmd Kl*r*nik tHM, By W. *. WALLACE, trtll t* vsnred to rnbwrfVf* byftarflers it SIX and a QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to tti? Af?ti; pepem eerwd fn pecknge!! *t 37* oentu p?r swath. Te Mil ?ub?crilier? the rab OTtpttee price t* TURKS DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENT9 a yeer ?? ?dean*, TWO dollars for tlx month*, end ONE dollar for three aoetfc*; tor item tea three nonthe * the Me of li* c?it? a week. ;r ? 'i Cy SINGLE COPIES one cent.. ????91 WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1855 aSEMKEN, JEWELER, 399 Pemylmlt *??aae, between 9th and 10th streets. Ln **" *tti? <* rtchiy-ohiS^mh aad Les^eweiryrcoo*ishaK of Pin awl Ear Ring*; **n?*y of mwrnifloent Mooaio and CanMO J^?SSM!?5?^^?*Brm?* reduced price*. iL/ Diamonds remounted. Jewelry of any de ?artptiea made to order, Enameling done, Gold Pen* repainted, C?U of Arms and Cresses engraved onstone and metal. _ Jy 31 ALETtweoB^...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 August 1855

EVENING STAR. i ? ?? WAgHXieTOI CUT: tciidat awiiiwow i?rwiii. spirit or the HOEimre mw. ? Tho Umvn, speculating upon the condition of public affairs, aad the triumphant position of the Democratic party, argues that ita ene mies bar* lost far mora than they hare gained bj dissolving the old opposition fatty in the haps of succeeding better under new phases. We also find in the Union the following ex tiset from a 1st* no a be/ of the Cmsttsst des Eutfj Unify af New York, in answer to the mendaritLi course of the Nsw York Exprtsj with refeianso to the Louimll* riot, as fol low* : *' The trnth Is, that the excesses yon snum erate (those ?.f election daj a^Loaisrills) were nerer lies id ot no til the day when yon aad yours, at first under the designation of Nattre American*, sfterwards under that of Know . Nothing*, sowed division ao* <ng citisens, and traced an .wbitrary line between them, by makltg religion and birthplace the occasion of proscription of a revolting character, in st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 August 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE Twt Health of Wasbixgtok was never, in iay previous yea;r, during the summer season, better than it ie now. We havo no epidemics at any kind. Children, however, m hereto fore, are, for the greater part, (offerers b? fie knees, especially those who are undergoing, we mav say, the trial of their first or aeoond year of life. Parents know better than other people the descriptions of ailment to which they are subjected. The mortality, too, amon? that class of human beings is greater by far lhaa among adults. But this has always been, and doubtless ever will be, the ease, without to circumstances which cannot J* to well known to our citiiens, that since fhe appearance of the yellow ffcverin Ports mouth, Goeport, and Norfolk, several hundreds of the inhabitants of those places hare come hither to escape the effects of the pestilence ; but their presence in the midst of us occasions ? alarm that we can discover, nor should it. for before they left they were...

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

EVENING STAR. WHCN I WOULD DIE . VW G w* I would not die In winter, * - r WhM future's heart I* cold; And the lowed of life are lying Low fn the frozen mould. When stormy winds are watting A dirge for the summer's doom, And nn.ieen hands are wreathing ? NThtte garlands o'er her tomb? No, I would not die In winter ' I vamUl nit die in autumn ; My saddened spirit grieves - To count the fhding (lower*. And to watoh the falling leaven ; To tee the reapers standing ' ' Amid the golden grain, And tfrCAnk of golden harvest, 1 sluui n-ver see again. r would not die in Antumn ? 1 we M not die i* summer, Be * jftk tk.-\? trelag sky. w hen th<- channel* of the brooklets, And the mountain streams are dry. When rile*, e, dreary silence, Rule* the forest and the glen ; And the pri>e of life beats only In the festfeae hearts at men. ? ? o-L Tiifil 111 But I would die in springtime, When all is height and fair, And the perfume of sweet flowers , ' Is floating through Ihe alr. . : When MWTr'sl...

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

^TffS EVENING STAR, prbiiihed evray afternoon, (EXCEPT sl'NDAY,) H tht Mmil4**c*,frn*r ?/ Ptmuflvami* s*rmm4 mmd SUvtniA ttrett, tf w. D. WALLACH, ffOi b4 temd to gubecribera by carrier* at SIX an if A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the agenti; papera aerved ia packagea at 37# eeou per month. To mail robecrlbera the nb gcrtptiob price la THREE DOLLARS AND PI f TY CENTS ayeartaarfvaacc, TWO DOLLARS tor til month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three mootha, for leaa than three month* at the rate of i'm eeat? a u7- SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT " Y riif irtfl" f4i 1 * mot <1*a mt1i kctosiieaav. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1?55. NO. 816. la w| pub:uhf4 oa *????? ?????????.. ????! re ant. Five copies Ten eopif* Twenty *? \Zr c*?e, xaeaftiablt m ap*a*c? ITT xi?gwifiora? rta wiiiiwh) raa ha pr*^"?* at ibe cc3j^rrwwu^vift? the l??e of tbe paper. p4on.taau Cmm. P,.?twa ?mi who act ai agents will be allowed a commlwtea of twenty per oaat. H. JEWELRY* ?FMKEN, JEWELER. 330 Pennsylvani...

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

evening stct. W A?**?*T01> Clf *V ' wediesoat ry^fiHtiuixiTk *1*1 k**4aAla by 1U-?l"k M . otb.rwi* they may not ap ptif %&til the out day. ??? AGENTS FOR thjs mit Hi. Ml?wfatgrty.*g to ??? tn-et for tie publication or edremsemenu in th e Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Pax***, N. W. oorner ?f Thirl and Chestnut sl.raeta. Sew Ivj>?S- Parrrauiii, A Co., Naisau ??- - ^ Beaiac-V. P. Palm**, Bcollay'a Building. fpIBJT OP THE YOBVnra PEBSS. ThiTiitf" gttvri enthusiastic in contem plating. in its mind's eye. the high qualities and many riitues of many of those who hare l?ti elected, on the Democratic side, to the next Congressof the United ^*Mes. The fditor is clearly of opinion that they will form a bright galaxy indeed of taiud, accomplish ment?, genlu?, patriotism?and all that sort of thing. | The Union also points out the fact that U is the duty of the Democratic party, which it atway*fulfil#,, to stand between iLs country and the men andiJeaa iha(. would destroy it* eonttitution an...

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

EVENING STAR. "local intelligence. Tbi Wells Childreh.?Thia little couple announce their benefit for to-night, at Odd Fellows' Hall, and prelent a truly attractive programme. In their circular, copied of which Uve been scattered broadcast, they remind the public that, " proud &* they are of the ap .jause they have received, and grateful as ihey *re for it, they have still other want* and H^res which they feel sure the good and gen erous people of Washington will not withhold.' * Willie is eight, and hi* sinter Ed th six year* of age, yet, through their comparatively tiny pi 1*8, they discourse the sweetest tones of vo , cal melody, delighting all listeners. who have been not a few, during their reeent perform ances in this metropolis. Edith will sing to night " Comin' thro the Rye" and the "Bird Song,'' a la Jenny Lind; and Willie " The Dying Girl," and with his sister the popular duet " When a little farm we keep." 'm The Kunkel troupe will, in addition to their other comicalit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 August 1855

EVENING STAR. KOTHnrO IS LOST. Nothing is lost?the drop of dew Which trambles on the leaf cr flower Is but exhaled to fail anew In summer's thunder shower; Perchance to shine within the bow That front, the sun at fall of day ; Perchance to sparkle in the flow f Of fountain* far awe jr. Nothing It lost?the tiniest seed By wild birds borne, or breezes blown, Finds *oir,e binesuited to its need, Wherein 'tie *own and grown. The lanspiajje of some household song, Ttie perfnne of some cherished flower, Tho' ^?#ne from cutward sense, belong To memory's after hour. So wltli cur words; or harsh or kind, Ut* ??d. ti?<"j are not all forgot; They leave ih?-ir inftneuce on tae mind, u bat p*ri"' notI Pi> wi h our detu ; for good or 111, Ihev nav- their power scarce understood; Then let us us ? onr better will To make them rtfe with good ' Litr.xr.sa or Washisotox.?Most of our readers have hcarl someLu**^ of the wonders wrought l*y -he J icquard loom, iu which? after tho oesijju is once pr...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 August 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON^ (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 41 the Star Buildings. cornet of Pennsylvania arenv* and Eltv.ntk strut, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# cents per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three mouths at the rate of 1-1% cents a week. lETSINULE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1855. THE WEEKLY STAR. NO. 817. Tbf e?f?!1?iT Family and Newt Jonrnal?con talalag a greater variety of tnteraating reading thai can be found ia any other?U pubUahrt aft Situ*, day morning. Tllll. Single ?rpy?prr annum Si TO CLCSS. Five copies 95 <*? Ten copies s ?*? Twenty eopleai IS Wfc 1ET CasB, irvaiuilt III iirinci. It^ Singlecoples (In wrappers) nan be procured at ibe courter, nimMmteiy a...

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

ENING WASHINGTON CITY: THURSDAY AFTCRWO?! Aapit W SPIRIT 0? THE MORNING PKESS. The Intel! twicercopies a chapter flrcii Col. Benton's " Thirty Y'ara in ih? S+natr," (2d vol.,) and take? occasion to aay : "We give this c^nptir a place in our col units because we thivk it presents a correct and impartial history of the origin of the dis contents in the. South. That they hare not derived the w me pecuniary advartages from the Union which the Northern State* hare en joyed c^ms, from the facts stated by Col. lientor,, to be uadcniable. But it is equally ck?? that this has arisen, nr>t from the natnre of the Union, which did not necessarily le^u any such consequences, but from error.eotn views adopted by our stattswen in the Organi tatin of their coinrjetda! r-ystcn;. It is ovi dent. if this history true, tl.ftt the South is ?wmrg in ascribing the waning of their inter ests to the fnct^C Union, and still more wrong ie npconRg that a dissolution of the tics -which nind iheui to the othe...

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. — 16 August 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Ykllow Fever.?A special despatch to s New York pai?er says : ''The yellow forer ij reported to be at the Washington Navy Yard, and there is quite an alarm in consequence throughout the city." If this is s<>. we have beea at a to ascertain any fact* which would justify the abovo assertion. There is no- alarm" whatsoever. While alluding to this subject, it should be repeated, as tho opinion of a majority of tbe medical profession, that the yellow fever never prevails except in malarious district*. If this t>e so, there is no cause for alarm in this city. It is an extraordinary fact that since the swamps in and about New York have been drained and filled up. and a thorough system of drainage established, that city has, for thirty-thres year*, escaped the pestilence, with which, previously, it was frequently visited, notwithstanding its commercial communica tions with the West Indies have been in creased a thousand fold. In 1^04, tuc disease ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 August 1855

EVENING STAR. I VOUED NCTT DIE AT ALL. 1 *oald let die in Sprtirtirae, When worms begin to crawl, When cabbage plant* are shooting up, ] And ftogs begta to squall; 'Tis tLeu the girls are full of charms, And smile upon the men; |H'h?n lambs and pets are in the prime; ' 1 would not perish then. I would not die in Summer, When treea are filled with fruit, And every sportsman has a gun,. The little Dirds to shoot, The girls then wear the Bloomer dress, And half distract the men ; It is the time to sweat It out, I would not perish then. I would not die in Aututrji, ? Ai'ben new mown h?> smells sweet, 1*81? pigs * re rooting round f or something nice to eat j Tis then the huntsman's wild halloo Is heard a'ong the glen, And oyster* 'gin to fatten np, I woi? A<i not parish then. I wo ,ild not die in Winter, ^ or one might freeze to death. ? ben blustering Boreas sweeps around And takes away one's breath ; Wheu sleigh-bells Jingle, horses sr.ort, And buckwheat cakes are tall: In fact ...

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

tee evening star, rrBLian?i> every afternoon, (EXCEPT sunday,) jv tU 8'V Bwildings.comer of Feimttlvamiv arrnue and Eleventh street, By w. D. WALLACH, WU1 be i?rved to subscribers by carrier* at SIX AND a QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37# tent* per month. To mall subscribers tbe sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF. TY CENTS a yeart* advance, TWO DOLLARS for nx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lens than three months at the rate of 1!% cents a week. UT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1855. AW NO. 81S. the STAB. This aacaUaat Family and Hmm Jounwi?om tainlng a grmur aartoty of iitMisaftan raadiof that c?b be fouud is aay other?to pahllshed oa Ut? day morning run Hingto copy, par to clvbs. rNcoptes H 00 r?i * ? Twaaiy copies ..,U U> IET Cui, utAai*sLT ia sbtahcb KJ*lqrfe conies (In wrappers) can he peorured ?winter. mimwdlateiv after the Issue at tha paper Prk*?Taaaa Cbnts. Post m...

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

JEVENjNG STAR. wA jHiyOTOW CITY: rRip.yy afternoon A?Sa?t it. BPIRIT OF THE MOEimTO PEESS. The Union announces the offer and accept ance of the Chinese Mission to Dr. Peter ?. Parker It trill be recollected that more than a month ago, we stated that Dr. P. was to have tendered to him that position. The Uiii'tn also review? the recent Know Nothing letter of Senator Houston in an elaborate ar ticlc, written with great ability, indeed. It leaves the Senator not a peg to stand on, and completely dissolves his connection with the Democratic party, if that was not done by the Senator himself in the paper under the Union''* review. Of 44 the evils of secret political as sociations," the Uni?*t says: 44 The monstrous e^ila growing out of secret political associations require no more forcible illustrations than in the terrible experiences of the pa* year. The New Orleans and Cin ??ir.nat* rty*s, the St. Louis atrocities, and the iato rovrhing butcheries in Louisville, were not t?ie result of...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. * RxLtir to the Sufferers bt Yellow Fkvkr?We learn that the *Assistant Post masters General and Clerks of that Depart ment bare mbscribed $65; the Sixth Auditor's bureau $130; that of the First Comptroller of the Treasury, S62; persons employed io and about the Capitol, Capitol grounds, and Capi tol extension, S100, and other sums, of $100 and upward have been promptly forwarded to the authorities of the infected cities, for dis bursement. We were informed, on application to Messrs. Chubb Brothers, that the total amount which they hare received is $386 All the sums sub scribed are- not paid in. In the Nary Depart ment building $120 50 were subscribed. Chubb Brothers have remitted $375. The banking-house of Messrs. Chubb Bro thers will continue to receive and forward contributions for the laudable purpose of re lieving the distressed. The offices of the 44 Union" and the " Intel ligencer," and the banking-house of Sweeney A Kitten house have alto nee...

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