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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 November 1854

THK EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, ' (EXCEPT BUITDAT,) At tAs Stmr buildings, corner Pennjylvmmo avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLAt'H * HOPS, Will be served tosubscribers in U*e ant's of Wash uupon, Ueorguiown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribers the subscription pnce is THREE DOLLARS AND r?PTY CENT8 % year in mdwmee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. 0(?-Sui??ji coriee on* om UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER A UNDERTAKER. THB undersigned would respectfally inform hjA friends, vjqeaintanees, and tike public general]? that ha still continues to assents all orders in hit) line of business in tbe beet manna? and at the shorV Mt EIPAIRIHQ neatly and promptly executed. fUIIRALS attended to al - U . the shortest notion, anl la the. beet I^BBBHBEV manner. Bo-iwapreserved in the mut perfect mar nsr, seen m the marmeet icttMher. ..senkfnl for past favors, he would rerpect...

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. — 11 November 1854

evening star. Washington city: SATURDAY AFTERWOOH ... .November 11. -p: nr a B. Owk5s, No 70 High st., Ports mouth, Va? -will furnish subscribers to the J?vnni7tg Star with their papers regularly every morning after Its issue. rr* Jkbf.miah Kidwell, Esq , is appointed oar agent for collecting subscriptions to the Daily Evening Star and Weekly Star, i? the State of Virginia. We commend him to the kind attention of onr friend3. I3F* W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, VaM is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. Per bobs wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dressee with him. THE PAPER' The Weekly Stap. for to-day is truly *thi; paper of the day. We challenge a compari son with any other weekly or family journal in the couLtry. Its tale3, poetry, anecdotes, miscellany, news, editorials, and information about aiftirs at the Capitol of the Nation, make it a paper that cannot be excelled. It is only necessar...

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. — 11 November 1854

; EVENING STAR. local intelligence. The New Huckster's Bill ?The follow ing ii the new act to regulate huckstering, Ac., m amended and reported bj the Committee on Polioe in the Board of Aldermen, and Li ex peeted to be considered on Monday evening next by that body : B* it enacted, That, from and after the passage of this act, it shall be the duty of the clerks of the several markets to have number ed eaeh and every stall or stand occupied by any person or persons, whether resident or non-resident, ergaged in the trading or bosi neas of huckstering, or selling, poultry, eggs, butter, wild game vegetables, fruits, and other market stuff, family provisions, horse feed, or cornmeal, and of vending or retailing any oiher such article, except every description of fresh hah. The numbers to commence with the figure one, and continue in regular nu merieal succession; the figures to be one inch and a half in length, and conspicuously lo cated upon the stall or stand. Ihat it shall not be la...

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. — 11 November 1854

!? V iJSING STAR. PASSIVE AWAY. BT DB. B. W. ?? J'HICI' When the flm bud of uprina burets its emerald case. And emile?t through its Mushes on nature's glad face. As round its soft petals the sylvan el fa play, Who thinks, 'mid earth'# brightness, of " pasting away When the flood-light of summer floats golden on high, And earth sports her mantle of richest rose-dye, ?Mi.l fragrance and verdure, untouched by decay, Twere mock'ry to sing us of " passing away." But when the sweet season of rephyre and dyes, Drops its crimson fringed drapery o'er nature's meek eyee, And flowers are bending in autumn's pale ray, Each whispering leaf eings us, " We're passing away!" We love the sweet spring, with Its sunlight and showers, And summer's wild warblers and vine-trellised bow ers ; But would ye the heart's richest gladness should linger, Bid nature's harp strings aaswer autumn's pale finger. I've thought, when the leaflets of crimson and gold, Its withering sadness in nutumn-winds, told That th...

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 November 1854

THE EVENING STAR FC BUSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (izoin SUVDAY,) At the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACH Ac DOPE, TViil b? served to subscribers in the cities or Wash k <u>n, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore aad Phila d tphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to the A??nts. To mail subscribers the a becnpuoo price ia THREE DOLLARS AND IIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR 1. r THREE MONTHS. {&-S1N0U common* t??T. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. < ABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. FfTHB uniersi^ned would reepectfblly inform his \ Meads, aoqaaiatanoes, aad the public generally I t at he still oontinces to execute all order* In hie | 1 it of btulneee in the best manner and at the ahort ?it notice. HH P AlfLI MGt neatly and promptly exeouted. WNMRAL8 attended to at a t le shortest notioe, and In the best ? aaner. Bodies presertyd in the vnest perfect I tr% even in the warmest iceather. -cankfal for past fav...

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 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MOWDAT AFTEBNOQN Hovember 13 A B. Cwaxa, No. 70 High St., Ports mouth, V*., will tarnish subscribers to the Evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after its issue. ' Jbrzmiah Kidwbll, Esq., is appointed our agent for oolleoting subscriptions to the Daily livening Star and Weekly Star, ia the State of Virginia. We commend him to the kind attention of our friends. ?**" W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, Va., is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. Per sons wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dresses with bim. *PIBIT OF THE MORITIHO FBI88. The lntelligeneer has acoounts from Al bany, which eleot Clark rather than Sey mour, Governor of New York by a plurality of 100 votes. The editor doubts their correct ness, however. The Union argues that the reoent elections do not provo the unpopularity of the Admin istration, showing that the Know Nothing ele ment in t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 November 1854

EVENING STAK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. DiSTRmasiHo Scicide of a Worthy akd II16HLT Esteemed Cither or Wasmrotoh. With grvtt pain we have to announce the death, by suicide, of Mr. Char lee W. Stewert, long and widely known as the faithful and ef ficient doorkeeper at the central door of the House of Representative* of the United States The following facta in the oaae were elicited at the ooroner's inquest held upon the body last evening in "the Speaker's roem," atabout 8 o'clock: Mr. Stewart was found about 0 o'clock, ly ing on the sofa, in the Speaker's room, at the Capitol building, perfectly dead. On his per son was found $13i; a blank book in which was a memorandum of debts owing to him' and a note, ending "my lore to my family the last time, C. W. Stewart. In the room was found two bottles of lauda num and a box of ratsbane, both untouched ; in the spittoon was found scraps of paper which pat together proved to be the wrapper of a quantity of strychnine, marked as such and endorsed, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 November 1854

Ids ING STAR. TBE ANGEL OF PATTKHCE FY BAYAED TATLOR. "r.itienee is the Key of Content." To cheer, to help us, children of the Dust, More than one angel has our father given, But one alone is faithful to her trust, The best, the brightest exile out of Heaven. Her wnv? are not the ways of pleasantness, Her piths are not the lightsome paths of joy, She walk;? 'vith wrongs that cannot find redress, And ilwila in mansions Time and Death destroy. She walks until her stern persecutor, Care, Has lodged on forehead?, open as the morn, To ploueh his deep, besieging trenches there, The sign* of $truggle? which the heart has borne. But when the first cloud darkens in our sky, And face to face with Life, we stand alone, ?ilent and swift behold ! she draweth nigh, And mutely makes our sufferings her own. Though with its bitterness the heart runs o'er, No words the sweetness of her lips divide, But when the eye looks up for light once more, She turns the cloud and shows the golden side. l'n*orebe...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 November 1854

?? ? ?mam I HE KYENlftti STAH .'I BLLSHliD EYERY AFTERNOON, (ncarr sundat,) At the Star building*, corner Pentuylvarua avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACU * BO PE, WlJi he VrveJ u> subscribers m the cities <X W:uii : aci'-v O*org?iew?, Alexandria, Baltimore aad Phils. it SIX AND A QUA&TMR CENTS, psjs t.lc ??? ? ftiy jo the Agents. To mail subscribers Lhe #'j-?cnpiioo price is THREE DOLLARS AND ^IPTY CENTS* year in mdcastoe, TWO DOL '.ARS for 81X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR -m TUBES IIONT1JS. Q0-3im?u oofics onb ;iirr. ' ~~ J TiTiBir iir ^ VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1854. NO. 584. !i!K W Kl.K.1 *V gTA !t. Ibis ?x tarn be fbund In naj ?9 Slnnle e?i9t fM to ant. fJrc Ctf1.m?i??>? ? ?? >?? T. B do d??*mm^ W" Cm, UTiUiiLT t? adtaiob. 0^- Single aopirs (to wrapped cu be pro?ar? a thAcounter, inuMdiately aflei U?? t*u? of -J.o paper. Pr*e?toebb cairn. Pobtwastbe# who act aa agent* wtil t?i afc^< ? a enn?Bii*non of tw enty per eeau .MM?? ?? Alt ?!>...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 November 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON November 14 I"3T A. B. Owmts, No. 70 High it., Ports mouth, Va., will furnish subscribers to the Overling Star with their papers regularly every morning after its issue. WtT Jbrkxiah Kidwkll, Esq., is appointed our agent for collecting subscriptions to the Daily Evening Star and Weekly Star, in the State of Virginia. We commend him to the kind attention of our friends. W. M. Mills, at Fredericksburg, Va., is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. Per sons wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their names and ad dresses with him. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PEES-* We hare received the first number of the "OrganV. Ellis, editor, and R. M. Heath, assistant It is oalm and dinified, and declines making war on the Catholic Church. The number in question is principally oocupied with a synopsis of the editor's political his tory, and the republication of a Native Amer ican Address fro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 November 1854

>:Vh:NING STAK. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Procusisos ofthb Councils?The Board of Aldermen met last evening at 7 p. m, Mr. Magruder in the Chair. Tbe bills appropriating $70 for the repair of the resorroir in square 880 wai piwi, The bill prescribing the duties ef the aealer of weight* and measure*, and fixing hirtilary at $300, wai referred to the poliee oommittee. The Board next receded from their amend f ment to the bill making appropriations for lamps. Ac. Petitions from John Hall and Robert Mills were presented and referred. Mr. Evans introduced a bill regulating the weight and quality of bread; referred to the oommittee on police. Mr. fepper reported back from tbe commit tee on improvements a bill to relay the gutter on west side of H street from Eleventh street, without amendment; paased. The petition of C. Stultz presented and re - ferred. Mr Baylj reported back adversely from the oommittee on claims on a bill for the re lief of George 8tuart, adored. After debate ? between Mess...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 November 1854

star. LAST GOOD NIGHT. BT ifi** ELL** OEAt". ir e following none of her happiest ot'*11 her usion*. an J wi^ find it a way io every heart: Clftap th'e firrM'them gently, ??r the Head and laden eyes; For Uu>e>'ul thai made tliem lovely Ifa-i returned ihtothe skie-. Wipe the dwath'4rop from her forehead; S**v?>r one dear golden tress; Fold her icv hands all meekly, SfiKiCTh11tK little snowy d;<s: Scatter flowers so pure and white? Lay the bud upon iKr bosom : Then1?now softly say Good Night. Thrush our tears flow fast and fast<r. Yet we would not call her back : VV" are glad her feet no longer Tread life's rou^i and thorny track; W>- are glad our heavenly fatlier 1'ook lier while her heart was pure, VVV are glad he did not leave her All life's troubles to endure. We are glad?and yet the tear drop Fallot)); for, alas ! we know That our fireside will be lonely, We shall miss our darling so While the twilight shadows gather, We shall wait in vain to feel Little arms, al...

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. — 15 November 1854

THE EVENING STAB PUBLISHED STXRY AFTERNOON, Cazoan rusit,) At the Star Building*, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLAC H * HOPE, WW be served lo subscriber* in the cities of Wash ington, Qeorge town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QCARTKR CENTS, paya ble weekly 10 the Ageata. To mail subscribers tbe mitoacripuon plica is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CBMTS a year in adeemce, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THRBB MONTHS. OQh-Siaou corns owb carr. VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1854. NO. 585. ai THE WEEKLY STAR. tag a graat?? vartaty of teteraadag be (band la uj otfc to CLraa. T ?n do .... r.. m>4 . . ? ?..??.... ? 8 M "J*ty *... ....... Cava, tavaauaiv ta aavaaca. Q&~ Single copies (ta wr*p{vr*) can be prnanrvd a ibe counter, imaMdiatelv after ibe taaue at tfte paper. Price?run carrs. PoaTVarraaa who act a* mrrnts w*H be iMk \ r a c mmwuHW of twenty wt ohbl. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER k UNDERTAKER r...

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. — 15 November 1854

EVENING STAR. Washington pity: WEDNESDAY AFTXRWOOH. .November 15 A. B Owews, No. 70 High at., Ports month, Va., will famish subscribers to the Evening Star with their papers regularly every morning after its issue. iy Jbksmiau Kidwbll, Esq., is appointed oar agent for collecting subscriptions to the Daily Evening Star and Weekly Star, ia the State of Virginia. We oommend him to the kind attention of our friends. We have recently obtained a new Adam's job press with all the latest improve ments. which has been built in the course of the summer and fall expressly to our order. This expensive machine make our press room fcs oomplete. for all descriptions of work, as any other in the country. Our friends will now 4nd us ready, at a moment's warning, to execute any description of job printing what ever, in capital style, and at rates as reasona. ble m job printing can be done for in any other office in Washington. We have been at very heavy expense, indeed, to perfect this branch of our ...

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. — 15 November 1854

EVENING STAR.I local intelligence. Tee Rr* oh THiBAWKor Sbldbh, Witherb A Co., appears to us to have greatly lessened. Indeed, from the appearance around their doors to day, very little of their money is now being presented for redemption, all of whioh is promptly redeemed in Virginia money, as their notes stipulate We were in error, we find, in attributing to them the ownership of Ihe Trans-Alleghany Bank, of Va. They sold to the parties in Virginia, inter ested In that establishment, the StatQ of Vir ginia stocks, on the pledge of whioh the Tran: ? Alleghany notes were issued by the Comp troller of the State, dollar for dollar with the six per oent stocks deposited with him. They have, it is true, bought and sold this paper in their regular exchange business, as others hare done, and as is being done to day by the beakers in Baltimore, we hear, at fire per ent. discount. The Alexandria, Va., banks yesterday, we know, freely dealt in that paper as hereto Core As an investment, Virg...

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. — 15 November 1854

I' \ r\IMG STAR. WILT THOU EE TEUE. BT ELIZA COOK. "Wilt thou be true ?" we ssk of the flower ? hat deck* our garlnnds in the festive scene ; But leaves that fall before the parting hour Mock us, and tell how vain the words have been, "Wilt thou be true?" "Wilt thou be truewe ask of the biJlow, And launch our bark upon the crystal tide ; But many a sea weed ?hroud and coral pillow Have met the lips that trusted while they cried, "Wilt thou be truu ?" "Wilt thou be true*** we ask it of the Heaven That shines all bright and beaming on our way; But clouds that enther, dark and thunier-riven, Bid us regret that e'er asked the ray, "Wilt thou be true?" "Wilt thou be true?" oh ! ask of my bosom, Let thy warm laith believe Affection's sigh ; And thou shalt find it shame the scented blossom, The sparkling ocean and the smiling sky: "Wilt thou be true A Witty Jcdgr.?The late Judge Dooly was remarkable for his wit; at one place where he attended court, he was not well pleased with hi? enterta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 November 1854

THE EVENING STAB PUBL1SUED EVERT AFTERNOON, (.HUBPT SUNDAY,) M the Star buildings, corner Pennsylvania avert** and Eleventh street. By WAI.LAVU A HOPE, Will be served to subscriber* iu tiie. cib^e <?! Wash ington, George .own, Akiandrii. RiMmerfnitd PLila delpnia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble we?'tlv to tiie nta. To mail subscriber* the snbai-ri|4ino nrice is THREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS* year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. jCf-SmeLa curias oh* cnt UNDKKTAKfcKS, <fcc. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKEN Til* an>ler?t<n:ed would respectfully irform tu friend*, eoiiasictances, and the public ?eneralh thac be still to er?cute ell orders in h.!t Un of basins** 44 the beat canstr and at the afcur Mt ubCIpw. U.WF AIH.1 SO neat)y and proirntlv execrated vua XV.*?.*$ attended to ?t '-???? ---_ the shorten* not!?-, ac 1 :n the best ?tanner. Bo-'irs preservri m the wsest perfeU man r?r. earn in the vyxrmrst wta'Jier. n*?t favcre, he w...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 November 1854

V k \ I N(i STAB. W A f N'JTON CITY: THTTR8DAV AFTiiKWOOIf....November 16. t^* W. M Mills, at Fredericksburg, Va . is prepared to furnish subscribers to the Star with their papers early every morning. Per poil.- wanting the paper will be promptly at tended to by leaving their named and ad dresses with him. Jkhkmiau Kiowbll, Esq Reappointed c >r agent for collecting subscriptions to the J)ailif Evening Star and Weekly Star, it the State of Yirgiuia We commend him to the kind attention of f>nr friends. The Union comments with just pride and exultation over the last trip of the Nicaragua line steamships for San Franci&co to New York in twenty dayn! If we remember cor rectly the lime allowed by the Post Offiec J>et -rtni. nt fo the traneporationof thomails via PiinatLa. is thirty days. The same paper tclis us that during hi recent brief sojourn among us, the Hon. Wm. Aiken, of S C , ar ranged on the part of the South Carolina Rail road Company a temporary Contract to carry ...

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 November 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Washington Interests?It is sincerely to I b? hoped that oar fellow-oitizens of Washing- I ton and Georgetown will appreciate the import- I auce of harmonising upon the many questions I of expenditure for improvements in this quar- I ter, which are to come before Cong"e?a this I winter. A want of harmony did much against the interests of the District at the last session, I the iDjury being principally inflicted by iodi I viduuls bent on making speculations for their I own pockets out of the success of schemes run- j ning counter to the plans of the authorities for I the advantage of the community at lar<*e W e j trust that none have forgotten that the wat?r I works appropriation was defeated by and through prejudices against the particular im I provement. generated by individuals among us I notoriously bent only on feathering their own I nests by procuring the adoption of other plans I We need hardly remark that the success of such schemes, with n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 November 1854

(coxcLrntD rrox first paqb.] mcnts reached Vienna, he was anxious to l>e allowed to go to Italy to his mother's assistance: but neither, on thi. occasion, could his wishes be granted. From the tirst, indeed, it had beer {?eon that the young Napolean could not live lorg. Undoubted symptoms of the preftnee in his constitution of the seed of that malady that bad carried oft hta father. early presented themselves; and to these were a Ided other symptoms too clearly marking him out as the prey for consumption. From being a handsome delicate boy, he had suddenly shot up btf>rc his eighteenth, into a tall, feeble, and sickly, though handsome young man, the constant care of the imperial phy-i cian Towards 'he end of the year 1831, fce became rapidly wcrse, and was obliged to abtam fro o his military exercises, and from nil retire exertion whatever. Dur ing the winter of that year, and in the spring of 1832, he lived at fc'chcnbrunn, almost v.- ?! 1 v confined to his chamber. lr, h., i...

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