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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 15 October 1855

EVENING STAR. A Little Lay about a Little Maiden. CORIXRE CLIAVKS. Light and airy, Liu a fairy. The little maiden dance* in, With blithesome face, And charming grace, Oh! wfco can Tie with gay Corlnne. Eyes, like stars bright, Gianelng soft light, Made was she all hearts to win ! Ever smiling, Most beguiling, Fair, capricious, sweet Corlnne. Voice clear ringing, Ever bringing Bright glad thoughta to dwell Within, Never, never, Can I ever Cease to love heart-pure Corlnne Artless, loving. All hearts moving, The little maiden knows no sin ; Mav every blessing, Sweet caressing, Crowd the pathway of Corlnne. I'tilitt op the Telegraph ?A peasant received lately by mail, a letter from nis son Joseph, a Z uave, before Sebastopol. The youn* man mentioned the fact his legs were yet whole, but that his shoes were the worse for wear. The affectionate father having pur chased a pair of nine-and-a-half, was perplex ed as to the means of forwordinethem. At last be thought of the Telegraph?the line...

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. — 16 October 1855

the evening star, PUBLISHED r.VKRY AUKKSOUJI, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt Stir of fmiuyitMi* awsM and kltvtmt4 Knil, By W. 0. W ALL ACH, vvH be ??rTed to ?ubsc-rlbers by carriers at SIX A ?p A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents; paper* lerwd In packages *t 77X per month. To mail subucrlbers the rub ?.-nptlon price I* THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TVCENTS ?yf?rw?4*?i?i,TWU DOLLARS ^ ^ month*, aad ONE DOLLAR for three (aontbs, for less than three months at the rate of t ju cents a week. ?T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. dfbcmuQ 0 VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1855. NO. 869. THE W1 LY STAB. This excellent Family aad New* Jounu ?ooa! tilnlng a greater variety of Interesting reading tbaa can be found la any other?Is published oa Satur day morning num. Single copy, per annum ?1 cn TO clvm. Five ooplea ?} fD Ten copies g <?> Twenty copies. tf til) ITT* Cash, imtabiablt ih uuaca. U7* Single copies (In wrappers) can be procured at the counter, tmmedlatffly after the lasue at the p...

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. — 16 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTER WOO If October 10. CPAdvibtisbmixti should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next daj. SPIRIT OF THE MORNIHG PRESS. The Unton criticises with s?verify the re cently-promulged address of the New England Emigrant Aid Society, pronouncing it more of a money-making halation than a philan thropic one. Tb? publishes a hitherto-un published speech of the late Hon. William Lowndes, ?f South Carolina, whoee praises the editor pronounces with great earnestness in deed. PERSONAL. " ? ???Col. Wm. H. Holmes, U S A., Hon J. B. Guthrie. Pa.. Hon. Charles Brown i'hila., are at H illard s. Hon. J R Tvmn' cf Pbila., is at the National 7?' ....Henry S. Sanderson, a prominent citi zen of Baltimore, died at his residence in that city on Sunday night. Ho was at one time the editor and publisher of the Baltimore Re puk.icsn, and, at another, Sheriff of Balti more city and county. ....Marsh a Juvenile Comedians, a com ply o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 October 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Thk C,Tr Cocsrit*?The Board of Alder .3 met ^ o'clock, p. m., jmIcpIdj. i f*ent: M<wr* Dove, Magruder, Bailey. Lmery. Bascy. Mark*, Miller, Tretler, Ifous t n. and I'rwsident Clarke. A counLonication was received from the >l iyr. stating that he had signed a bill to *,?*r. an alley in square 142; also. a resolution jiutlioriiing the joint committee to ask for an appropriation to light the Mall bv gas A eommanicition wai" received from the in rector of lira apparatus, stating that they ?eie all in good condition. A bill was paased authorizing tho carpeting i f the office of chief of police. A bill to permit A. L. Dorsey tj convert a certain building into a stable was referred. The bill to remit the fine imposed upon John X I'avis for firing a pistol in the street was referred. The bill to remit a fine imposed on Mr. Allen for keeping a dog was passed. A bill for the relief of Matthew Trimble was referred . An act for the relief of F. B. Poston ...

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

EVENING STAR. THE PERPLEXED H0U8EEEEPEB. ?T Kll V. D. OiSI. 1 wish I had a dozen pairs Of hands, this vary minute; 1 'd soon put all theoe things to rights? The vary deuce Is in It. Hare's a big washing to be done, One pair of hands to do It, Sheets, shirts and stockings, coats and puts, flow will I e'er get through it? Dinner to get for six or more, No loaf left o'er from Sunday; And baby cross aa be ran lire? He's always so on Monday. And there's the oream; tls getting sour, And mutt forthwith bo churning. And here's Bob wants a button 01 Which way aha Li I be tarning. 'Tis time the meat was in the pot? The bread was werked for baking? The clothes were taken from the boll? Oh, dear ' the baby's waking. Hush, baby, dear' there, hash-sh-ah ! 1 wish he'd sleep a little. Till I could run and get some wood To hurry up that kettle. Oh, dear! if P comes home, And finds things in this pother, He'll Just begin and tell me all About his tidy mother : How nice her kitchen used to be? Her din...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 October 1855

'K .tpsSvI WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1855 VOL. VI THE EVENING STAR, r PVBLilUCD LtrtrtV AFTEKKU05I, (RXCBPT SUNDAY,) ,.4r ?4a Star Building s, frn.tr of Pr* nsflranf acenut and Bltventk itrett, ay W. D. WALLACE, Wl? be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX JLXD A QUARTER CENTS, jMyable weekly to the Agents; paper* served In packages at 37% ?eats per month. To mall subscribers the sub B^riptUa price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year im advanct, TWO DOLLARS fcv six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for lens than three months at the rate of 1*X cents a week. tnr SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. OFFICIAL. Tivastby DSTAKTnST, Aug. 3, 1953 Natlcg Is hereby given to holders of stock of tts ? loan authorized by the act of 1846, redeemable on and aP.er the 12th November, 19S?, that the whole or any part of that flock will be purchased by this demrtmeat at any time previous totheSuth No Veio>f for which 3 per cent, premium will be paid in addition to the sums expres...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: ? ? ? ? i ^ ? WEDXMDAV ArTERMeOH..OcUk?r 17. |^Aj>tsktisbhb>ts (hoold be handed in by IS o'clock, M ., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT 07 TU MOWTING PRESS. The JuuUigenctr, discussing the movement* cf the day with reference to the Missouri re striction, says: * * * u Indeed, whilst every day's ex perience subsequent to ite abrogation has sat isfied us of the impolicy of ite repeal, the lame experience has no leu demonstrated the propriety of the ground which we assumed immediately after the repealing set had been consummated, that, even if success were at tainable by the effort to restore the original compact, it weald afford uj remedy for the mischief already done. We adhere to this opinion, and cannot imagine any good that can possibly come of the effort for its restora tion, whilst, on the contrary, we regard the evils of a new agitation as unlimited. The Union discusses Judge Kane's opinion in the Paseinore Williamso...

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

EV ENING STAR.] LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I Alexandria, Loui>o* am> IIamtshikb 11 Atl- | *OAD?Yesterday. the third annual meeting ?f this company took place in Alexandria, V*. I *b? report submitted is highly interesting. It ?tates, as really of the first importance, that a road should be made from Alexandria, through the counties of Fairfax and Loudon, via Loes burg, the capital of the latter county, and through the counties of Jefferson, Clarke, j Frederick, and Hampshire, via Berrysrilte ?ttd Winchester, to the vast coal beds of tbo last named county. To construct the read west of the Shenandoah to the coal fields the mean* must and will be furnished by the State, the counties of Jefferson, Clarke, Fred erick, Hampshire, and the town if Winches ter, together with the coal interest. The amount required, in addition to mean!* al ready available, to complete the road to Clarke's Gap, including grading, masonry, bridging, iron rails, track laying, atitun houses, and equipment, is abo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 October 1855

EVENING STAR. [,0S THI *TA WHAT 15 IT ? Though'd* the Mint thin* In nature, Its wojnd is vet a sore ana deep one, And dftwt wbm the gentlest cres'urs (E v.i tender woMi5) wields the weapon ! 'TIs this (when ardent lovers sigh,) Whose slightest motion makes them blest; Yet afterwards from this they fly 1 a search at qiiletness end re?t' 'Twas tht* that on an awfal time Absolved and chcered the thief; Yet this brands innocence with crime, And wrings the taintless heart with grief: 'Tis tits can hush the sinner's groan, And lure the penitent to Heaven: Yet this incongruous tiling alone Comm'/s the sin that's ne'er forgiven ' Ax Ixtei:f.stixg Letter.?The finest of wit?, Oliver Wcniall Holmes, sent two poeti cal lettsrfi t) the ?' Post Office" of an Episco pal Fair at Pittrfeld. In one cf then the first stanzas was : " Fair lady, whosoe'er thou art, Turn this poor leaf with tenderest care. And?hush, O hush thy breathing heart The omt thou lovest will be there!" On turning the "poor leaf'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1855

THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED tVSKV AFTEH.1UU.1, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At Iks Siar Buildingt, corner of areum aad KUventh strut, By W. D. W ALL ACH, Wl l be served to subacribers by carrier* at SIX AmO A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*; paper* served In packages at 37)f ?eats per month To mall subscribers the sub a'ription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year waitatiJWO DOLLARS for six month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of 11)4 cents a week. ll^ SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1855. THE w: LY STAB. NO. 871. 4< This exceUaai Family aad N< taialag a |)Mter variety of interest tag reading thai caa be found la aay other?la pubTWhad en Satw> day morning. mn. Single eopy, per aamtr H _ TO CLVM. Five copies H ? Tenropiea ? ?P Twenty copies U ?? L7~ Casa, iav&aiASLT la advascb .1^ Single copies (is wrappers) can be procured at the counter, Immediately after the Issue of the pap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHIVOTOH CUT: THURSDAY AtTCRNOOFI .. October 18 SPIRIT OF THE MOMIIIfG PRESS. Tfce Uu,on appeals to all to rally to pre serve the Constitution??. to support the Democratic party candidates. The Intelligencer says, of the Court of Claim.1! * " This tribunal, established by an aet of tho ):ist Congress, re-'uined its session yesterday in the ball of the Supreme Court, at tho Capitol. Judges Gilchrist, Blackford, and Scarburgh were present, and the Bar was represented by toine forty or fifty gentlemen from all parts of the Union, several of them eminent in the po litical as well as judicial forum. Tho principal business of the sitting consist ed in calling the gcneial docket, and hearing the rujfgeations of counsel. An important ca??>. involving several millions of dollars, was sU, for argument to-day, in which the Hon. t)eo. ?. Badger is to appear. It arises under the Florida treaty of 1819. Some of tho points in it have undergone judicial investiga tion in Florida,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1855

eveniNGstar. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. National Theatre ?This establishment was, last night, densely crowded, from pit to the " sky" gallery, with delighted spectator?; Miss Agnes Robertson being the great magnet to attract tho thousands of human beings. Public expectation was intensely excited to Me "A Cat changed into a W< man"?a species of metamorphosis conceived to be truly won derful- more ?o than the manufacture cf that fabulous mill, in days gone by. (represented in the magic lantern contrivances,) in which " old folks,' thrown into the hopper, were revolutionised into bodios juvenile and ado K scent. But44 the manuscripts not arriving," the new and pleading scrio-comic drama of ?4 Milly, or the Maid with tho Milking l'ail" was substituted, Miss Robertson personating tho part of Milly, and singing a song appro priate to the character. Tho part of Alger non, by Mr. J. B. Howe, was correctly and elegantly rendered, while Mr. Jefferson, as Diccon. kept the auditory in a roar of lau...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 October 1855

EVENING STAR. SUKXXE'S MEMORIES BY I. A. Regal Summer s'ands beside me. But he brow Is wan aod pale ; Yet she sirlles o'er hill and vale. While ;he low winds chant the wail. She is dvlng?she is dying ! Tread with solemn step, and alow; Fo- the reljn w 11 soon be over, Wlh its brilliant pageant show. See the fl^w'rets sadly drooping ' Listen h w the brooklet* tone, Wh 1? he green f- rn on Its margin. Leads to near the waters in "an. Ail Is etill within the forest: Mot a single sound Is heard, Save the deaih-Mckrs measured beating, And some wailing wind-like bird. See the rtronir boughs slowly swaying, L'ke some form that hopeless grieves; While, like mourner's tears, are falling Thick and fist, the withered leaves. Ah. the Summer soon will vanish, With her g*y and courtly train ; But not so the sad'nlng mem'ries Which she leaves upon my brain. Heavenly Father, may these mem'rle* F t m:- for thy blessed love. A* I t end this p.lgrlfli pathway To thy promised courts above! E<j* inti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1855

THE EVENING STAR, k *tf?LlSIIED EVERY AFTERNOON, \ (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) dl tk4 Slar Buildtngs.eorntr of fiMJfltMt* KMK and Eltrtmtk ?fr<?r, By W. D. WALLACH, ' 11 1 be served to subscribers by carriers at SIX "?^D A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served in package* at 37X Mats per month. To mail subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND PIP * TY CENTS a yeart* adranct, TWO DOLLARS fjr six months, aad ONE DOLLAR tot three i months; for less than three months at the rate cents a week. , By SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. ? a?? News, talalng a greater variety of iaturesUaf rwadin can be found la any other?is pnbashed oa day morning riavs. Singleoopy, per annum ...??..????*???*????91 M to cint. Plee copies Ten ooplea.. ? ??????????????????? Twenty ??ptallinHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilell* ? I ^Ca,,i iaV4IU|ll !? iDVtlCI. .CT" Slhgle copies (In wrappers) eaa be proenred i at the oounter, fmnndlataiy sf>r the issue of the paper. Prio^-Tnaaa Cane*. Post mas nas who art...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIHGT05 CUT: FRIDAY AFTERNOON October 10 SPIRIT OF THE KOBFITTG PBESS. The Union reviews Senator Seward's Al bany speech, and attacks Senator Wilson's veracity. The Inttlhsenetr thinks it strange that the Union should have lut very lately found out its (the Intel/iprnrer\*) jositions with refer ence to the constitutionality and expediency of congressional slavery le-trlcti. n<; al e.^iog that it learned them from Madson, Monroe, and olh erw of '? the fathers," and has maintained tfct m con;:*tcntly for thirty-fivo joars. WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP. The Special Election in Baltimore, that took place yesterday, was distinguished by condttot on the part of Know Nothing bailies and rowdies making the right of suffrage on the pari, of their opponents a mere mockery; a* they drove many of their opponents legally entitled to vote, from the polls, trithcut per mitting them to reach the window, as was done at the Fourth Ward polls in this city in v the last election. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 October 1855

rEVEOTfiG STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ! Tw* Mayoralty.?Dr. 8. C. Busey favors ui with the following letter, to which we with pleasure give a piece in the Star?adding, only, that we are familiar with the fact that tome of hia "political friends" have been strenuously seeking to prepare the way in the Know Nothing lodges for his nomination for Mayor, as it now appears without hia knowl edge or consent: washington, Oct. 18, 1855. To the KHitor of the Star : Sir : My attention has just been called to a paragraph in your paper of the 16th instant, to the effect that certain "political friends'' of mine were, at this time, urging my claim? to the Mayoralty. If such be the case, it is without my knowledge or approval, and it is do? to myself, and to those " political friends*' with whose movements yon seem to be more familiar than I am, that I should promptly correct and arrest any erroneous impression which may have been mado by such an an nouncement. I am not a candidate for the Mayoralty,...

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

EVENING STAR. ocroBis. BY WILLI? QAYLOBD CLABK. Solemn, yet beautiful to view, Month of my heart! thou dawneat here, With sad and faded leases to strew The summer's melancholy bier. The moaning of the winds I hear, As the red sunset dies afar, And bars of purple clouds appear, Obscuring every Western star. Thou solemn month ! I hear thy voice; It tell* mv soul of other days, When but to live wu to rejoice, WWn earth was lovely to mvgaze: 0 .vis Iocs bright! O, blessed hours ! Where are their living raptmes now ? 1 ask my spirits wearied powers? I ask my pale and fever- d brow. 1 lo?k t > Mature and behold My life's dim embers, rustling round, In hues of crimson and of gold ? The year's dead hrnors on the ground, And 'ighlng with the winds, I feel W ith their low pinions murmur by, How much their sweeping tones reveal Of life aad Lamao destiny. When spring's delightsome moments shone, They tame in zepnyT's from the West; They Sore the woodiark's melting tone, T&ey stirred the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1855

THE EVENING STAB, ^ rUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, W (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At Ikt Star ?, cornet of Pmu)il?ui? (*???? end Eltrmtk ttrtit, By W D W&LL&CB, W1 be served to subscribers by carriers at SI X A .sli A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; paper* served In packages at 37^ ?ents per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND PIP TY CENTS a year i*tutca*c4, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?kontna; for less than three months at the rate of D# cents a week. [ET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. OFFICIAL. 6 M TIUIUT Dxra&TKBRT, Aug. 3, 1856 Notice Is hereby given to holders of stock of the loan latheriied by the act of 1846, redeemable on and after the 12th November, 1856, that the whole or any parr of that stock will be purchased by this deparimen: at any time previous to the 30th No k vembev n^tt, for which 3 per cent, premium will |VV paid In addition to the sums expressed in the V certificates. r And to the holders of the sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY A FTER?l?OPI ...Octo Mr 20. THE WEEKLY STAB The number for this week is at least equal to any of its predecessors for ri<*h and inter teresting contents, including domestic and lo cal. as well as foreign intelligence, and a va riety of both serious and amusing literary ar ticle* Term?. 51 25 a year, or three cents for a single number. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING FBE8S. The U/itoii is exceedingly indignant at the aspersions of the Courier des Etats Unis, which foolishly charge? that the Russian Le gation bere has bribed the Government of the I nited States into favoring the cause of Rus sia in the current war. The Washington editor f expresses his willingness to join any party in putting down such foreign influence in this country as that of the journal in question, established and sustained in our midst by the French Government. The Intelligence at length realizes what has long seemed to us a very plain fact, vi* : that the Eastern war has but fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1855

EVENING STARJ ___ I \ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Oru Advirtiubrs.?C. W. Boteler, Iron llall, bu. he informs the public, recently re- | c:ircd a fine assortment of superior plated , iodi. plated on albata ami copper. No ?>ne i ?n f >rm a correct idea of the beauty and morkman'hijK'f the articles without a personal inipsction. They bear the closest resemblance to silver, at lei?3 than one tenth the cost of the inure valuable metal. Besides these, (em bracing tea sett*, cake baskets. tankard*, fpoons, forks, and elegant covered dishes,) hid assortment of other house-furnishing articles is eomplete and of the latest and most elegant style of manufacture. The Academy of Music proposes to give a series of four concerts; the great work* of Beethoven, Moiart. Mendlesohn, Spohr, Hum mel, and others, relieved by lighter composi tions. to be produced with the greatest possi ble effect, both in the orchestral and voeal de partments. The plan of admission is by sub scription only?fivp dollars for...

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