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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 October 1855

EVENING STAR. Ahswer to the Enigma in yesterday's Star: ?? Daily Washington Evening Star." A clerk in a mercantile establishment ?writes to his friends at home?"Plaguey easy time now-a days?very little w )rk to do?our firm don't advertise." Novel Eating Saloon ?At Maidstone, England. there is a swimming club, containing 7y member*, all first rate swimmers, who en joy themselves, as the following notise tells us, in a style to suit " temperance" men?"Tho first aquatic breakfast is to take place on Mon day next, at seven o'clock, when every member wi'l be requested to partake of the repast in the river Cofd are not bad for breakfast, any how. The Telegraph and the War.?One of the most suggestive fa^ts in connection with the Eastern war, is t!.e uio to which the telegraph, eminently an i:.> ention of peace, has been put. In the great Eur >Dean struggle, which ended with the exile <-i Napoleon, days and even weeks elapsed before some of the most impor tant events were known in ...

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. — 4 October 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVKRV AFTKRIOOI, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tk* Star Huiidtn.fi, eorntr if Ptnnsjim**ia at- ??< tuui EUvnuk strt?I, By W. D. WALLACE, Will b? *t*<n1 to subscribers by carriers at BIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the AfMts; papers served In packages at 37# eeaU per month. To in&ll subscribers the sub icrlption price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIP? TY CENTS a year i* ad??**??, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three raoaths; for less than three months at the rate of li# cents a xreek. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON D. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1855. - ? ? v. NO. 859. I1H3 E. KL7ASS. WILLIAJf TH0*P30S. UYAXS St THOMriORt DEALERSIH ? 1 HARDWARE, COACH TROnflNCtt, Ae., No. o'-ib IVnu vlrauia avenue, kttwttn St?ik -i?d TtJ A sts, Washington, D.C. HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE. ? Britannia, German Silver, Alba la and Silver Pla ted, Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons Carvers and Forks, Steals, Knives with and with ? out Forks Brass, Britan...

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. — 4 October 1855

WAbHIITOTO* CUT: THCKgDAY AFTERNOON October 4 r^'ADTEKTiRMimMYi ihoald bo banded in by 12 o'clock, M.t otherwise they may not ap f?ir notil the next day. * SPIRIT OF THE MORHUre PHItl. The Intellrrenter is highly gratified with t-o action of the reccut Massachusetts Whig Stato Convention. J. Thomas Stevenson, esq., the President, on taking the chair, delivered aa awle address, from which, to show its ton. and temper, we extract as follows: *kat tbey had been sent up here o nominate good, steadfast, and unseduced {or *U offices be filled*t the oominir r c'i?n- They had no new principles to avow. mo cow doctrines to promulgate, no new lights as guides into new channels or as allurements into the rocks and shoals. It was their duty to nominate a Vi hig Governor for the Whig State of Massachusetts. The Whigs stood, at ?bey ever stood, on their old foundation!, deep and broad enough for the whole country, and 2.7JJIv n^' at.the LbiddiD? of any leader*, undertake to entrench themselves in...

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. — 4 October 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tub National Theatre was last night filled from pit to dome. Never before, per haps, has this temple been so densely crowued. The appeararco ot the interior has beeu much improved, an 1 accommodations more comfort able than heretofore provided A poetic opening address, written by John F Wiley, e?q., of Baltimore, was handsomely spoken bv Miss Miry Devlin. ' The 44 Lady of the Lake," from Scott's cal ibrated poem of that name, wi3 finely per formed. the scenery being in keeping with the grand drama. Mr J. R. Scott personated the part of Clan Alj ine's Chief, and Sir. J E. MeDonough that of the Knight of Snowdown. This gentleman has decidcdly improved in the line "f his profession sii.ee he l ist appeared on the Washington board.*; a fact gratifying to the public and particularly to tboee who enjoy bis private friendship, and who therefore ap preciate his manly worth, Misa Hathaway, as Ellen Douglas, was eminently successful in her rendering; and all ...

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. — 4 October 1855

EVENING STAR. [FOB TWX ST AM. Dtir Star;?As you before bo kindly drew 4ho '?er.ttohings of a spir.tor's pen, within the twinkling of jour own rays, sne begs to bor r 'W from theft light again, to oblige one?a romUnt readlr of tho Star?who thinks those : eratohingp will bo, at any rate, mare legible, under the shining of your ray?. Respectfully, Sallt Sunflower. ? g \ (boBjht is now hidden in mv mind. . " 1) ' It e\ery may know wno's so inclified , Vid tho', inituth, 'Ij? nothing very new, *-t i will ghrr you every lawful clue, '11 its d:Hervnt windings yon may trace, *nd cive twelve letter* each their jiroper place. 5,1. 1#, 10, has been the pride of every an cient dame, ?!'!?" r i bo! it Menu, when you have read it* name: ,, ' ! 3? 10, 11 a title was, in ancient Rome, u uVnown trf our Republ.c home; - ?: f>. 1, 12, a little animal, whose deep Intent n. ,t sc in on mischief fo be always bffif; t y !. 1. s?, IS. a name to all societies we give, A iid to the h -use where all mankin...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 October 1855

?KLT STAR. Thin exoaUent ruoklf u4 Stwm Jownal?ro>} talnlng i greater variety of interesting reading tb&a ?an be Aran* la aay nfta la pnWHM oa ^atnA day morning m?. Single copy, per annum ?O CLUB*. Flveeoptaa. M ? Ten copies. .V... 6 ? Twenty copies IS t? H7" Oapb, urr&aiAntt rn anrawc*. Iiy iMnglecopln<tn wrapper*) xu be procured at the counter, immediately after the kwt of the paper. Price?Triib Cists. wboart asagenta will a commission of twenty per cent. THE EVENING STAR, ri)BLI>IIKU EVEKV AKTfCHMOON, {LXOfcPT SUNDAY,) It IM St-M B?*Ht?t;t,coT?4r of PtMiyiMMtt ?roitM ?id EUr*ntk ttr?4t, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be served to s .ibecrlben by carrier* at SIX AMP A t|UARTER CRNTS, payable weekly to tie A$en**; paper* **rved In parkagrs at 37# gent- per month. To m&ll subscriber* the snb ?criptlon price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CK> ^ tyemrma4rnm<?,T\V(J DOLLARS for nix months, and ON K IK) L1>AR month*; far le*s than three months at the rate of 14# cents...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 October 1855

EVENING STA&. WASHINGTON CITt: FAIOAY AVOMIMR Ocutor i, 8PIBIT 07 THI MORNING PUIS. The Intelligencer contains a complimentary letter from the Grand Duke ConfUatine, of Russia, addressed to Lieut Maury, of the r. S. National Observatory, which waa yes terday communicated by the Ruaaian miniater t that gentleman, aa followa: St. ParxasBcaaH, Dee. 10, (22,) 1864. ' To Lieut Maurt: Sir: It ia now a long time ainoe the eminent scientific works, for which navigators of everv nation are indebted to your seel and your tal enta. attracted my attention. Reeently again the Imperial delegates to the Bruaaela Confer ence hare rendered me a complete report, in which I hare taken the most lively interest. I should rejoice, sir, to present you with a tes timonial of my esteem ; but, knowing the lews of your country, which do not permit you to aeeept anything from foreign princes, I must conine myself to the expression of my senti ments. They are es exalted as your own merits; and. in my offici...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 October 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Mistake* Municipal Policy.?It is known to ail familiar with the municipal his tory of Washington that the contents of the privies of th? citj are kept above ground, owing to a Corporation ordinance. Its porpoee was to prevent the water in the wells from be coming saturated with disagreeable and un healthy matter. The Corporation laws also determine how those content* in question shall be disposed of. Now, on examination, we think it will be found that the precautions taken to preserve the purity of tne soil, and consequently the water from the influence of human excrement, are not adeauate, and will, if persevered in, ultimately oecome a serious matter The boxes above ground, as at present used, with leaks or holes to permit the liquid portion to eacape into the ground, in time will saturate the entire surface to a depth of some five or sir feet, or even more. The ga.? arising from this cause is brought into contact with the lungs. This might have...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 October 1855

EVENING STAR. [rom THE STAR. Char fide. Our thanks, for my flr?t an kindly dor, To ? brute of gentle kind, And grateful to the epicure, If tweet he can but find. My wcood beam with It along. A train of heart-crushed sighs: The ruin of fortaae and of health; Death's victim eft *uppUcs. My whole a thing mrst harmless la, Anl plenty here abund, * By children sought when flours bloom, A useless thln^ when found. Mattix. RnTAixixo a Drad Body for Debt?Quite a cariouj cue came before the Police Court yesterday w rning. The story, as told to us, M as follows: Some weeks sinee a gentleman of this city died. A metaliccoffin was ordered for the corps, and in the absence of his friends the ooffin containing the body was placed in ?no of tho vaults at the cemetery belonging to n gentleman raiding in tho city. The body had remained some thirty days, we are told, when the undertaker who furnished the coffin and pi aired the body there, was to remove it. lie took it away and buried it. The friends...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 October 1855

- WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1855 STAR. copy, peranum. ???????*????.91 ?# to am. NO. 861. W CT Cask, iruiuilt tk im?n. Cjr f'lnjfteooplrm (in wrapper*) cm fee procure* at the counter, immediately alter the Umk e( the Mpn. Prtee-Tmi Cznti. POITKAITIU WkOKtHI|?b Vlll btl a i r ?1r~1? of twenty per cent THE EVENING STAB, flBLUHED EVERV AFTF.KNUU.1, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At ik* Star Bmildimts.cTntr %f MMM e>ni EUvmik strut, By W. D. W ALL ACH( Wfi be**rTpd tosatoacribem toy carriers at SIX A>0 A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served In packages at 37Jf gent* per month. To mail suhacritoers the sub reption price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF rV CRNTS a year m advantt, TWO DOLLARS I six moaths, and ONE DOLLAR tot three I iths; fbr less than three months at the rate of _ ^ cents a week. trSINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. (OS* 1 UTAIia. WltLTaW thoxmoii. ELVANS * THOMPSON, SSALSKSI* hardware, coach TRimnros, 4e., 51*. SJ6 Ppa?*TlTanl? aveaae, fcnsrts .VtnxA and T*t A rt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WAiHIMOTO* OITT: ?1TCKDAY thxwukitoai for the week ending to-day, it rich and varied in ite oununu of foreign and domestic matter, including important intelligence of the several Executive Department- of the Government, and brief talee, anecdotee, etc. Term*: $1.26 a year, ot three eenta a tingle number. ^ 8?XKIT OT THZ MOUTDTG FR18I. The Union announces the feet that the Hon. Mr. E'herilge, of Tennessee, waa elected to Congress under a pledge to entirely change his policy, as a member, upon the Nebraska bill, against wbioh be voted on its enactment; and also publishes a letter from the Hon. Mr. Wat kins, of the same State, the successful com petitor of the Rot. Mr Taylor, wherein that gentleman make? it plain that he will act with the Democrats in the next Congress. In this letter, he simply reiterates the sentiments which the Star attributed to him at the time of the Tennessee election. The disclosure of the pledges given by Mr. Btheridge, referred to above, shows th...

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. — 6 October 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Ota Mbuchaxte are now cither prepared, or will ?*on be in a buainese condition, to ac ci mmodate their customers with the various article* required by the public at this season of the Tear. Is made use of principally for illumi nating purposes, but Mr G. Francis advertises a convenient article for the nursery, or for per sons boarding, as a meal could easily be pre pared with it for a small family M. H Stevens A Co., never behind-hand, always keep a supply of articles for the head and back. They are dealers in gentlemen's wardrobe and toilet articles; their stock al ways being of the nenart and best auality Their prices are remasfcably reasonable, and their disposition to ac' to mod ate unsurpassed. No merenants in Washington are less exact ing, or keep a better assortment of goods in their line. If gentlemen do not dress elegantly and fash ionably, it will not be the fault ofthe merchant tailors Owen A Son have recently received a large and beautif...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 October 1855

EVENING STAR. BMLLLUT8. PBOSt TUB XIMUK, ST iUXllSIK POPS. R Isa, croaasd with light, Imperial Salem, rise Exalt thy towery head, and lilt thy eves! Sre a long race thy spacious courts adorn; Ucf future sons and daughters, yat unborn, In crowding rusks on every side ariae, Demanding Ufa, impatient for the skies! S"e barbaroas nations at thy gates attend. Walk in thy light, and in thv temple bend; S-e thy bright a! tars throng'd with prostrate kingi And heaped with product* of Sabaen springs! For thee idume's splev forests blow, And seeds of gold in Ophir's mountains glow. See heaven Its sparkling portals wide display, And breuk upoa thee In a flood of day. No more the rising sun shall gild the morn, Nor evening Cynthia All her sliver horn; But lost, dissolved in thyiuperior rays, One tide of plorv, ne onclooded blase, O'erflowthyconr'*,tb? Light Himself shall shlna Revealed and God * fternal day be thine! The seas shall w** . ii.^ skies In smoke decay, Rocks fa'l to dns*. d n.ountal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 October 1855

THE EVilNING STAR, rruLitiieo even* afternoon,* ifcXCJiPT 3U3DAY,) 41 !*? 5M? F?iWUfi,i?nMf ?/ irMM M< a>?Mslk itrnl, By W. D. W & LLACH, Will he wrreri to rtabaeribers by carrier* at AND A QUARTS* CENTS, p*yab> weekly to (ue \gei?u; papers ?enred In pnakagee at 77# oent* per mon'b. To mail subscribers the sub scription price U THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TV CENTS lynx'i^viJWU DOLLARS for si* month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for leas than three months at the rate of 1*X cents a week. E7* SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. ..SI M n etna. j ????????*????????????????????? .98 io Ten OCplfl. .wtl ? if " t <e*.............................. M H O" Gas*, nrratiaKv m aivavci. at tka (mm, JSmhAm!imS?' the SmmTuiI paper rriee?Tnaaa Cants. . ?* " ?*?*? ^ a commission nf twenty per cent. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1855. * ' v i - ? ' r ... < ?) JOHH a. SLVA!M. WILLIAM THOKFSOJI. j ELTAHS * THOMPSON, DSALKasIS HIEDWASK, COACH TRIMMI50S, ft#., !V?. 326 Pen* *T?ta?, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHU9T0V CITY: KOffOAY imRKIMIV Oruber 8* |yADTiiti?iMMti should ba handed in by 11 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not Ap pear until the next day. ?CENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persona are authorised to ego tract for the publication of advertisement* in the Stmr: Philadelphia?V. B. Pauii, N. W. ooraer ?f Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pnrrissiiu.A Co., Nsssau Street. Boston??V. B. PaUm, Sco llay's Building. 0T Those who require Job Printing of any description, and Book Binding in any style whatever, will pow find our facilitiea for the execution of saoh work unsurpesaed in thia sityfc asd onr prices rery reasonable. Oire ths Star cfflce a call. Oounael before the Claims Court should confide the printing of their brleft to ua. spirit of ths morning run. The Union adduces the oourse of the Know Nothing party of Pennsylvania to prove that northern Know Nothingism is hopelessly abo lilionised, and glories over the rout of the Know Nothings in Georgia, wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 October 1855

EVENING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Til Natioxal.?We have taken occasion, ?isee onr last issue. to go over the National Hotel, from top to bottom, inspecting carefully the improvement* of all conceivable descrip tions that have been made in iu multifarious arrange .nents and aocoutremedlb. From the marble tileing in the vestibule or great en trance hall, to the Attics,'and down to the ranges of the kitchen, there is nothing in the establishment that could hare beln improved which has escaped the touohes of the hands of Mr. Gujj the new proprietor, and his almost an armj of artiste and artisans, who, for some months past, hava been locked up with him within the portals of the huge establishment The old tileing in the great thoroughfares of the houae, has been replaced with workman ship of the sa.se kind, executed under the di rection of Mr. French, of Washington, and furnished by Miller, Coatis A Youle, of New York, and the marble tile by John Beard, of Philadelphia, which is snperior t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 October 1855

EVENING "STAR. ADVICE TO TKX LADIES. Detast disguise; remember, 'tis yomr part Bj gentlefonduem to retain the heart, Let duty, prudence, virtue take the lea?l, To li your choice?but from It ae'er recede ! De?pl?e coquetry; ?D im the shallow fool Wbo maum out cull compliment* by rule, And witoout meaning, like a chatt'ring jay, Repeat* the same duff strains throughout the day Are nan of sense at'racted to your face, Vour mall-turned figure, or their compoundgraoeT Be mild and equal, moderately gay, Your judgment rather than your dress display. ' Bv aim ngat good breeding, strive to please; "Tis nothing more than regulated ease: Does on* fond lov^r, among a worthy train, The be?t affections of your heart obtiin ? And is he reckoned worthy of your choice ? Is your optnirp with the general voice? c?-nfe ? it then, nor from -dm seek to hide, What's known to every person e.se beside: Atu.cn him to you?in a generous mind A liwly gratit'ide expect to find; Receive his vows, and by a kind re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1855

TEE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEFT SUNDAY,) tkt Stur of Pr**sfl9*ni? *v*u* an i KUt'ntk Unit, By W. D. W&LLACH, Will be sirred to subscribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly Ip the Agents: papers served in packages at 37# cents per aoatb. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS ivearia adra?ei,TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three mo. it as; for less than three months at the rate of li* <*nu a week. ID* SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THE WEEKLY STAB. This exreilnt Family and Newi Joarnal tatnlnp a giom variety of lalMatl^ readiai can be found la aay otter?4* published aa l day morula*. 81 nol ?***?. ??PTi per uiub Fiv* oopifls Teneopla ??????? Tvwtf nspii.*]*****|*****J** P*C4M' t??*iunT ti nuaci. paper. Prfc*_Taaaa Cbhts whoact uimtivill Wall a commlnimi of twenty per St WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY OCTOBER 9, 1855 ft. *T,V*39. WILLJA* TH0*F90S. j ELYANS A THOMPSON, dealersin . HARDWARE. COA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1855

evening star. Washington citt: TUESDAY APTERNtfOJI October 9. far Adtibthimuti should be banded in by 12 o'olock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until tbe next day. AOEXTS FOR THE STAR. Tbe following persons are authorised to oon trvt for tbe publication of advertisement! in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. I^ewTork?3. M Pbttihsill& Co.,Nassau street. ? slot?V. B. Palxbr, Scollay's Building. fy Those who require Job Printing of any description, and Book Binding in any style whatever, will now find our facilities for the execution of such work unsurpassed in this eity, and our prieee very reasonable. Give the Star cffico a call. Counsel before the Claims Court should confide the printing of their briefs to us. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Union republishes the New York Even.' ing ro?:'j bogus history of the Nebraska bill, exploding it3 account, saying, in tho courso of itsoomments on the subject: 44 There never was a moment o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 October 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Covwcil Proceedings.?Board of Alder. The Board was called to order at the usual hoar, the President, Mr. Clarke, in the chair. . , t Several communications were received from thf Mayor, and were appropriately disposed of. One announcing the approval of certain kill* ? one enclosing a communication from the Surveyor; one relating to numbering the house;; and one relating to apothecaries bills- v A . Tne following bills were then t?ken up . An act for the relief of Wm. Rupp ; referred. An act for the relief of John Allen; not azreed to. Joint resolution in relation to certain pave ments, in Massachusetts avenue; laid on the lAU . . , ? T V . Petition for the relief of James Lynch , re ferred The committee On the eligibility of the as ecseors made a report cn the case of Mr. C!am pitt. , .. . It was moved to lay the subject over. Mr Magrudcr made some remarks, going to show that Mr. Clampitt was eligible to the office of assessor and tbero was no evide...

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