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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 November 1855

EVENING STAR. -- I i ? ? ;-?^^TnmrT7T" ' BRILLIANTS LIFK Fount! th it *perkle*t wHd and free, A> thy bright waves dance along, in the joyous melody Of thv babbling voice of song? Jvnt like life when yoanjj ?nd bright. Full of joy and *onjj and li^ht I ? Ah ' that shadows ever should lower ! Sorrows will darken life's brightest hour. Stream ' that runt est deep and strong Ifi thy beauty and thy pride, Bearing wnalth and pcwer along <?n ?bv full arid lordly tide? Ju?t like "if - In mnuhood's hour, St ong in f.i th <inu hopeful power ! Ah' tnat sOrros should erer rise? Fortune m*v wreck the Lope* that we priie. Flood : :l>at ?'<de*t noiselessly To thy ik can-home of rest, Pouri,.g swee; ar.d tranquilly, All thy waves Into her breast? Jn?? like lifT; wh?i: at its close. And the worn h a*t s.'eXs repose!, Ah ' Will oceau giv back the wave ? \Vho shall disturo the pea-e of the grtive ? [Pwtr.s John Fraud* Walltr, LL. D. DKATH. Deith is here and death is there, Death Is busy...

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. — 14 November 1855

VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, I). C., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 ACADEMY OF >1 f Sir. l\r\R*F**CK OF T,,C DESIGN of of V . 'i'12: lhedi? "loi. of the knOwl f~*' ?f a .d a ciilti *?tion of the public taste fur tb.> .;i_;her order ..f the Art. the AC A UK >1V OF MUSIC propose* to give a serie* of FOUR CONC RRTS: fi ?' WIt^ ,a Ti<rw t? *d<t a* much as possible to their popularity, the Great Works of Shovel, . Spohr. Hummel a:i<t others' V }'y li??hter compositions, will lw pro doosd with the greatest possible Weel, both ? .p. r('^e,lraJ ltJvl Vocal aeputmsuts. of admlmion will 1* the same as tha? adoj?t?4 by the Aradeuiy of Music la Lo.ulon vi^' 't .i*'?'**V*' *' llie u>rnis of which will be i? three tickets of admission to each Concert ?t T? "arn? m;l>''** irnmediatelyreceived V ' bookstore of Messrs Taylor & Maury a' he 11 too store of Mr Davis. ?nd at the Mus* . tores of Messrs HilbusandZantiiniieralso i? the fnt'V? ,Mu*ic Ninth SS' ll^e?, (Open daily from 1? till 6 )...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 14 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CUT: WEDSES.1AY November 14. j SPIRIT OF TH? MORNING PRESS The Union discusses elaborately the articlo ia the London Tim's, with reference to tho rea?ons inducing the British Government to ?end over in this direetion the 400-gun fleet In the coane of its article it says with much force: " If, as the Times intimates, they have really come to think in England that they are in danger of invasion by adventurers from the United States, they may also think that they have a call to look after the condition of thiigsin Nicaragua; in which case, accord ing to the very late it accounts, they will find Colonel Kinney quietly cultivating his farm on the coast. acd President Rivas, in the in terior, aa 'juiei.lv carrying en his g remment with the enhient aid of General Walker." The lnt4lhg*ne*r insist* that there are no harsh or oppre;sive passages in the late cor respondence between Britain and the United States with reference to the proper construc tion of the Clayton-...

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. — 14 November 1855

EVENING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Corjcu PntiSOUGH -Ik, Board gf Com ?et MwhUj at tbe u-u?l TtokW in the chair. The secretary being absent, Mr. Fiaher was appointed Moretarj pro. t?m. Mr Clement* presented the petition of the Amenta Rifle Company of this ri^, a?king the n* of a room in the City Ilnll as an ai n,eetin*"ryOB?; referred. _ f- alker, from tbo committee on im provements. to which win referred the bill from the Board of Aldermen making an ap propriation for gr?dirg.Massachusetts avenue, between TwelAh and Thirteenth streets we?t reported the tame with an amendment, ma king a i appropriation to gravel the remain mg half between Ninth and Tenth strerts; which wan agreed to. The bill was then passed. Mr. Walker, from the same committee, re ported the bill from the Board of Aldermen authorixmg the Mayor to have Fourteenth street, between Pennsylvania avenue and the canal, repaired; passed The President presented the petition of Amos Aendall, President of the Washington and New...

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

E V ENI-NG STAR. THANKSGIVING SONG. Come, unclrs and cousins; come, nlccc* and am's: Come, nephews and brother*?no wont s, no cant's, Put business, and shopping, and school books awav; The ^ear has roiled round?it is Thanksgiving Come tome from the college, ye ringlet-haired votitb; Come home from your factories, Ann, Kate, and Kuth, Jr.rn tf~.e anvil, the counter, the farm come away Horn*, home with you, home, It is 'thanksgiving Day. The table !* spread, and the dinner ia dressed.? The cook>. ami the mothers have all done their brSt | No caliph cf lia/dad e'er saw such display, Or dreamed of a treat like a Thanksgiving Day. Fles, paddings and custards, pigs, oysters, and ants. Come forward and siexe them without ;f's or but'a: Dri-g r one Wycur slim, little appetite? here? Tha .ksgiving Day comts only once In a year. .Now children revisit the darilag old place. N w brother* atd sisters, long parted, embrace, 'I h?f".n.tly ring is united once mor*, Ar.d th?* same* voices shout a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 November 1855

THE EVENIMU ST AS, riBUtliUI i.VLRY AfIERXOUHi (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tki fif 6*il4???**. rormr of Ptnmflwni* ???*??? <%Kd kttnnii % trial, By W. D. WALLACE, WI 1 be s^rre-i taj ibrrlbfn by carriers at SIX A>) A QUARTER CENTS, parable weekly t ? *.?e Aden's; paper* *ttM in packa^r* at 'S7% per iiiou'.h. To mail subscribers the sub ? ? THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CEN 1*S a year imJrwt^TWO DOLLARS f>r sU month*, *.nd ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three months at the rate of 1! <4 cents a w?v?k. \T SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON. D. C., FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1855. NO. 895. ACADK>1 V OP MIIIC'. |N PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OF J thin Institution, vi*: the diffusion of thekntrr?). edgpof Music, and a cultivation of the public ta<"? for the higher order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUsic p-oposes to ;*ive a series of FOUR CONCERTS: and. with a vitsw to add a* much as possible to their popularity, the Great Works of Beethoven Mount. Alendle<?o;in.Spohr, H...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: rRIT.AV MsTtmbir 16 Advertismijits should be handed in bj* 1? o'clock, U , otherwise thej may not ap pear until the next day. AGENT? FOR THE STAR. The following penons are authorised to eon ?f*.3t for the publication of advertisements in the Star : Of phf!Ud,el!ibrt~y ?? Pal***.? W. oorner ox r fth and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M Pittirgxi.l A Co., Nassau 5*reet. Boston?V B Palmir, Scoilay's Building. SPIRIT 07 THE MORNING PRESS. foe lnttlltgtncer moralizes orer thankigir. ing day. The Untou republishes from the Richmond Enquirer a statement that Judge John Y. Mason ha?, (according to letters from Paris by t^ie la<t steamer,) entirely recovered from the effects of Lis paralytic attack, and is again blessed with his usual health. This, if true is a subject of congratulation, not only among the friends of Judge Mason, but on the part of Moiety at large; insomuch as it is positively the first case on record, since the art of heal ing b??<**ine a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 November 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. tin kmc.x a I'aootssios.?Yesterday was % t:Ma day for the firemen, who piradcd, on ?ne ocoastcn of the reoeption, by the Mrtropol i' id Horkand Ladder Company, of their truck. from Baltimore. The serial companies Termed tn line, presented a most beautiful at pearftnce In fail drew, with flags flying, their engines decorated with flower?, and ! marching to the sound of soul-etirring music, the spectacle was viewed and admired by the thousands of persons who were abroad, in our streets and avenues, called forth by the mild S*11.*nd beaatiful weather. ?The line was formed about eleven o'clock, by th? chief marshal, Mr. Middleton Birck beau, in the following order: r numbering sixty men, with Esnuta i Cornet band, and apparatus. t * del?**tion from the Pioneer liook and Ladder Company of Baltimore ; gray shirts and black pantaloons and belts, and hats well adapted to their volunteer vocation bun r ire Company of Alexandria, number ing forty men, with ap...

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

' EVENING STAR. ST ? -t -? 1 ? '' ? 1 i MSL4!*CHOLV Errior or I*Aai*ATtojr?. Djrinj last ??miner in estimable citisen nnrnw-d Theodore Dowling, who resided on Frocman street, near the canal, wu bitten in the hand by a tension* dog. At tbe time ha th ugUt but little of it, but a few days after war Ji be read an a-:count of the sufferings sod >l-ath of a Germ.tn it Jin the effect of hy drophobia, ard from that period he haa been laboring utder the hor.ible impression thai he w -9 destined to be seised with tbatmaladj. Tbc idea bad so affected him that, from ft atiady, industrious hard working man, the pnds ftcd support of his family, be has be a constant inebriate, for, during bis so ber monfuts the phantom of hydrophobia is wn palpably b? fjre him that he flies te tbe bot tle to Jp>wb ii> sottish forg'tfulness the fright ful n;gHttn*r<*. The con:>?quenoe is that his wife ar.d children, who op to tbe time of hit g j.fil'oted with this unhappy hallucina tion. were in eas...

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

THE EVENING STAR, ' PtBLlSHEO EVERY AFTEHMOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ?41 tk4 8Mr Bnildimgt. eomtr of Ptnnsylvmmi* ?vntM awl Kltwntk strMt, By W. D. WALLACE, Wli be served to subscriber* by carrier* at 91X AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekl? *o the Agents; papers served la packages at 07* ?ents per month. To maj\ subscribers the stib ?criptU* price is THRSE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS ayeart?a4ra?c?,TWO DOLLARS ten six months, and ONE DOLLAR for threr ?nonths; for leas than three months at the rate of I-J4 coots a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON C., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1855. NO. S96. ACADEMY OF MUSIC. ?N PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OF ?A this Institution, viz: the diffusion of the knowl edge of Mush, and a cultivation of the public taate for the higher order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC proposes to give a series of FOUR CONCERTS: a id, with a vi w to add as much as possible to their popularity, the Great Works of Beethoven, the Orchestral and Vocal departments. The nla.i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 November 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIVQT0* CUT: SATURDAY l(?Tmk?r IT. TBE WEEKLY STAR For this week, iobaadtntlj filled with inter esting item* of a foreign, political, govorn mental, local and literary character, making it one of great interest- Term?, f 1 25 a year, or three cents a single number. f ?IBIT OF THE MORNING PUBS. The InteUigtueer ie devoted principally to the late news from England. Noticing the silly assertions of the London Timts, that Mr. Bu chanan had intimated to the British Govern - ment the willingness of this Government to permit recruiting ia the United State* for the British service, and its hearty sympathy with the eause of the Allies as against Russia, our respected neighbor says: ' The course attributed by the London Times to the Aotencsn Minister, as regards his ac quit i-o^cee ia the enlistment of troops in the United States for the British army, soarcely de serves correction when applied to a gentleman fo well versed in the statute law of the country as Mr. Buchanan. 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. — 17 November 1855

EVENING STAR.' LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Th? Fir* Riots?Yesterday evening, an examination look place, before Justice Hoi* linnhead. into the origin of the riot on the day before between firemen, on Seventh street. The brief allusion to it which we made in the Star yesterday was predicated on the only data we could then obtain. We profeea to be stanneh friends of thnt useful and aaeritorious class of oitizens, tho fireman ; and we strongly censure the conduct of those who, by any unbecoming acts, would bring them into disrepute, and we believe that all true firemen are influenced by a similar sentiment. Let the law take its cffect on all wrong-doers, that the innocent may not be involved in the condemnation which should always attach to such riotous proceeding* as those which disgraced the city on Thursday | night?during the period set apart by the municipal authorities for " thanksgiving and frayer." The examination to whi*h we have abovo referred, reralted in the holding to bail of the f...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 November 1855

EVENING STAR. DUST. Dust *? are, and dost to be, l)us( upon us and dust about as, DttU o? everything we Me, Dust within us, dust without us. !?aith the preacher, "Dust to dust !*' Let them miogle, for they r Dust we raise upon the road, Dust we breaths In dancing hail j Dust Infests our home abode, Dnst. a pall, is over all; 5Tis the housewife's dally bread, Dust, the emblem of the dead ! When the sky above is fair, And tlte run upon i.a streams, Flo-us the dust throughout the air, Gleaming in its fallen beams; *Kvery mote is like a man, Daucing gaily while he can. Erf the tempest gathers strong, Blows at time* the warning gust, O'er the plain It sweeps along, Tempest's thrall, a cloud of dmst, Fve.y m- te is like a man, Flying from Oppression's ran. Now the swollen clouds grow dark, Co in en the long-expected flood, Fa'ltr- deluge-like and stark; DuO? beaten down to mud. So are tiir>es when men maat groTsl. In the pala-e as the hovel. Thus we sre Out motes cf dust, On the g.ound...

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. — 19 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, rVBLtlEU BTKHV APTKKHOUN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) ** ?*? Buildingi, coriMf #/ P?. ???nu? ui BUvtntk strett, By W. D. WALLACE, WW btnrrad to libaerlberi by carriers at SIX a.ID A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; pa pen served In packages at 37* ?ents per month. To mall subscribers the sob ?oriptlo? price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year ia ii?w(i,TWU DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months, for less than three at the rate of 13# cents a week. tET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. C., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1855. ACADKUY OF MUSIC. ??t PURSUANCE OF THE DESIGN OF * fvi*: thediffnsionof the knowl edge of Mo^fe, and a cultivation of the public **** for higher order of the Art, the ACADEMY OF MUSIC P^P'.iOee to give a series of FOUR CONCERTS: abd, with a Tlervr to add as much as possible to their popularity, the Great Work* of Beethoven, Moiart/Mendiesohn, Spohr, Hummel and others, relieved by lighter compositions, will be pro duced wi n the neat...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: aOJIUAY November 10 SF lillT Ok THE HORNING PEX33 Ths Intel!'igenter publishes the Attorney ^:icril's two letter.- u.> the United Mates Dis trict Attorney at Philadelphia, in the case of the Vetted States rj. Hertx, for violating our neutrality laws in enlisting recruits for tho Lrgl.sh army in the Crimea, which it is pre term led by the British press cmbrace just grinds for national "dudgeon" on England's part, and says cf them : * ? ? "We confess that we do not per ceive that there was any necessity for incor porating in the letters so fall an exposition of the views and feelings of this Government upon the matters therein referred to. But we ie?pectfully ?ubmit that as they were merely tuggesiieos fr >m the highest law officer of tho Government to a subordinate officer of his de partment, and were not addressed to the Brit ish tJovcrumect or any of its officers, thev are ?>' no means properly cognisable by that Gov < rnineat. The -demand...

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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. — 19 November 1855

EVENING starT LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. C ?r^sDsJtIoE.rTU,!l'7Ve,Ur<,*y afternoon. UviVb thd 3udi? rSd^twu g&y^Axssi SKLfl Soc^ ?f Fricn.l,, hvl ititpUo. fOT ?"? whip" at in explanation of UwT~ ?.,3?oar9?. wbich the p*onle called v ? ? rc^K,0Q? views of "M wSUSST. or 9?*k?"- SU? - arUtora tho fact that Vt? a '^press on ber Z & *"?$?vstis -as Kam, ia order tol"'1 "ec.,M"? of ? llf'of h'. as in political affnsarc happiness in social as PC.-tly CnforCed on l"' * " 6^? car* the connection of " p^*"! eflu*'l with men in r-fcrrcdU&" "I.J^'S1' 'V*"*'"-' not inhibit w 'bow that St. Paul did asking que-tloM la hT' P?earhinS> bul f"'? trire '.ilV ^ in church concerning d 55i".*U.l"??, "X" the?. To" 3b,^sg?,s?r ^ -m, , P-wt ihwimb, i.V .h.bHIUant ^JJaTTBEUS'.Jf Sftl SSSfl J"**? elegant VirSi criterion, the pretty and cental nrofif.^i . who can ?Djoj> with (?rrductions lf -taJI i*??' Ui? delightful U?irahlT ^Lr ?,,.ard dra*atio author?, The nr-t-mp ^ y accomf lished artists ing c...

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

EVENING STAR. THE THBE3 CAILEBS Mom ra:>?h fondly to a fair boy afraylng *' id golden meadows, rich with clow dew; Sie rolls-bat he still thinks of nought save play ing, And ?? she smiles and waves him an adieu ! Wfail.t hn. still merry with his flowery store, i'fenw not that mom, sweet morn! returns no more. Nonn rnmeth?but the boy, to manhood growing, Hc.-d" not the time?be fees but oa? sweet form One young fair fac^j from bower of Jasmine glow ine. Ard all-fctflovln? heart with bliss is warm; uanotloed reeks the western shore, Antf man forgets that noon returns no more. Niett fappeth gently at a casement gleaming With thf thin Are-light, fli^k'ring, faint and low, B . \v:;ich a gray haired man Is sadly dreaming O'er pleasures gone as all life's pleasures go; Ni^h'. calls him to he-, and be leaies his door 8il^:<t aiid dark?and he returns no more. "Dog Fair"' opened in Boston on "Wednesday, and an infinito number of the or.nine race, of every breed, site and color, ?will b? ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PL'BLISHKI> KVERV AfTkHilUUN, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tb$ Sutr torntr of PamUflvmi* ?rM*i Ml kltvtntk By W. D. WAIUCH, Will be terred to 8al>*rlbers by carriers ?.t SIX A >?D A qUARTKR CENTS, p;y.iULe weekly l?> the Aleuts; paper* serwd ti> pci-kagw at 37* tcut* per month. To mail nubwrbers the rab ?crtption prke \n f H K KK DOLLARS AND Fi 1- - TY CEN rs ay*^r*n<?4-<??*'?,T\Vn DOLLARS f>r ?U month*, and ONE DOLLAR for tt?ree month*; for le?s laan Ifcree inoatfis at the rate of 1-Jf rents a week SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, !). C., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1855 I ACADKMY OF Mlglt'. N PURSUANCE OF TilF. DESIGN OF thisInstitution.viz: the dillusion of theknowl ^lge of Mimic, and a cultivation of the public taste for the higher order of the Art, the ACADKMY OF MUSIC pro pout's to give a wrie* of FOUR CONCERTS: and, with a view to add as mtirh as possible to their popularity, the Great Works of Beethoven, Mozart, MeiMtiesohn,S|>ohr, H...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 November 1855

WASHINGTON CITT: TI EIDAV PUremfcer 80. SPIKIT OF TJUB MOSNING PBS8B. The Intniltgtnar conceives that it ia not to be a difficult task to organise the House, M either two of the three great division! of the member* have but to agree and then com bine, to effect that object. There's the rub, however On what terms ia the agreement to be made? For whose elevation to the Speak ership. end for whoae to the Presidency is the proposed combination to enure ? These are practical questions bearing on the prospect of a speedy organization of the House, that must be solved before any such combination and ?greeircn! a.' the lntelli?*nrer thinks may easily be made, can be brought about. The Union -nnounces the re-election of the Hon. Benj. Fitzpatriok to the U. S. Senate fr ra Alabama, by the following rote, in joint ballot-for Fitspatrick, (Democrat,) 79; fur Luke Pryor. (Know Nothing.) 45. The editor rejrices over this event; which is a proper sub ject of congratulation, fer such men as ex Guv....

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

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. vcwatheil^'r TfES*r*Tll,> ?PeninS niKilt th;t ^ ent?rpri-?ing manager has ?->!t;!iu improved it as that it is es ntially a new establishment throughout in triauiPh^ ?n tho mm ? Tft,ch th? P'^" were placed on the a J? ?0.mPtn7 ?" really so capitally or ganued, that it would be perhaps invidious to essay to particulars its members. Mr. Chan frflHii ? nUnl manaS?r?the son of our old m Ch?Pman> wl?o years ago was so well known and to highly esteemed in Wash ?k |P an<1 ^'S^-toned gentleman, M well as the best melodramatic performer of ?Tld?nllJ m*n For the occa sion, for he takes due care thut every charac ff* " 'PP^P^tHy put upon the stage, ar ! . ?r busmess of his pieces is eondncttd bo Indeed, we have had no better itock company in Washington than that of the 9?ce never to-be-forgotten d.ivs w n u ' ^arren> Jefferson, the elder allicki, Mrs. Anderson, and their original stock who are the progenitors-for one .ar d wo generations back, of...

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