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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1855

EVENING STAR. TfiOSL SYES OF THIHE. to *'rAiuos nowii." Tbo?eeyes of 'kinr, tho?e f)Mof thine. Ho ? wnrdron* la ih^r spell ( How eft they've thrill 4 this *oul of mlM AVI n 11 |?m I may not tell. L'k* sunlight fla?Kn* en ? *ik*t quiv*n? to each dai c'.rg beam, And laughs iU sunn/ vay, ? Wonh; :?ew brightness ft. m each ray, Are ti- f** p e*. ee. tuoae d zalini e\ e?, Tfcos# dncing. 3 ish're. foaming eyes.? ey* o/thlne? those e\es eft*-n >, An these deer e>ea of ibina. Tboaeeyrs of'blre tbo?e eyes of thine, How poifa; i? their power; And yrt they're winning, as they shine, N ew wi tchery i Vr-ry hocr : Uke sfais that blend their holiest rmys 'I o *1? am and sparkl*, bu n ad blaae. In oie hfivht qutver'ng vrr a'h or light, To b nd the eloudl- ** orow of sight,? Are those {.ire eyes, those earnest e>er? Th-Be laughing thrilling, haunting eyee; 't hose'yes or thire tr o^e eyes cf thine, Those wjtehing e,e* cf thine TkAaeeyes ef ih>ue those eyee of thine, iiow #rnd<7 **'*'...

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. — 8 December 1855

THE EVENING STAB, riiBLISHEO EVCKV AFTEUM>Uft? (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) 4* St** DniHi'-^r.roTntr of ??#?*? *f i*t aui Fhr'ntJi itmi, B j W. D. VALUCH, W1U be serTed to ?utwcribe'-# byarriiri at *IX AND A QUARTER CENTS, piyable weeklj lo the Agenta; paper* serv:?l in pwck^e* at 37;^ ?eat* per month. To mail mbKt r>m the sub I soription prlcels THRfK DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year Ui-fraau, TWO DOLLARS fbr tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR fot three month*; for lew than throe mouths at the rate of 13# cents a waek. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. m I YOL. VI. WASHINGTON D. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1855. *NO. 914. Information for Travelers. PEOPLE * NEWVIKaUSHIP LINK. B'lWffa iln1tlia<rr. Mrxtndrla, Wash ington and GforgfUtrn. * TIF. NEW AND COMMODIOUS 8TKAM Propeller DIAMOND STATE - will rah renilvly on oa we-'k ? ikUbfcs twwen Ibe anove port*: ltav'.ny Baltimore on Sat urday afternoon, arriving at Alexandria on Moo 4*y morning and at Washirrgton and Georgetown Tuesday morulas. Returning, will le...

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. — 8 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HINGT0N CITY: SATURDAY *, IMA. Qp Aotirtuiiinti thonld be handed in by 12 o'clock. M-, otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. THE WEEKLY STAB tor tbi? week i* a capital number It con tain, in addition to the latest news from all quarters, notices of local and departmental uew<, beside* report* of the proceedings of Congrej?. and the usual quantity of gossip. Term- SI.25 a year; or three cents a single number. SPIRIT OF THE XOBNING PRESS. The Un*i/*i, commenting on the short ad dress of Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, delivered ye? terdsy. give it the following " first rate no tice," viz : ?'Coming from the leader of the great ."ac tional party, they are entitled to considera tion What will impress the reader in the -peech ot Air Campbell, a? well as in the five day- balloting for Speaker in the House, is the spirit of a -tudied ignoring of the one half ot the Union, and the recognition of the other half a? the only pari of the republic. A party in a Comrress o...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 December 1855

local intelligence. ?winj t,, th^nl,rDri? . cftv wiS^f?! fl the*c.:,M purchase in this K. a'11 !i *??ding their orders abroad t?. * twee-lit* 7C7?th,ng that co,nf"rf k^nwhoM neee-nty, and luxury can suggest. T?ko an example, tho subjects mention*! in the following brief notice/ Uw . i'n ?? ?4' rf i ^ 'to all t'j.? varieties f boot." tni shoes manufacture J by the best f. ; Tu. ', p article and to sweeten the en fHl:D'ho juit received, for honey ?^u<mcn. a large lot of -.trained People who believe in fortune-telling. and are inclined to credit the ability,.! lilies of experience in that line to gratify them retard ing future event*, cm consult Madame H . at ner residence oft Ma. 'aehusetts avenue. .She con doubtless 44 tell'* as truly as any of hex professional sistei a. a ?MV*tV*P#' ani 1>???1 Jresw' \\ here ' , ul' stairs, nei?r the Express .,,.* Madame L>ev<> (ffliv keeps a ?plendi<i nillinery establishment in New York* will open a rich assr.rtment of thoso irtii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 December 1855

EVENING STAR. THE BEST ESTATE ? T t*4lHI SWaift Tbc Heirt U hath Its own eaUta? The Mind It hath its wealth untold ; It needs not fortune to be great, While there's a coin surpassing gold. No matter which way fortun* It?, Wealth makes not happineaa secure; A little mind hath little means - A narrow heart Is slwmys poor. Stern Fate the greatest still enthralls, And mlaerv hath Its high compears, For Sorrow enters palace halls, And queens are not eiempt from taars The princely rote and beggar's ooat, The scvthe and sword. the plume and plough Are la the grave of equal note ? Men live but la the eternal "Now!" Still disappointment tracks the proud, The bravest 'neath defeat may fill: The high, the rich, the courtly crowd F ind there's calamity for all. "Tis not the house that hoaor makes True honcr Is a thing divine; It la the mind precedence takes? It is tha ap'.rit makes the shrine So keep thou yet a generoos heart, A steadiest ar.d contented mind; And Bbt, till death, consent to per...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 December 1855

THE EVENING STAR, rtBLIftUSi) KVKRY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At 144 Star Building*, ecrmtr 0/ Pi?*?fl%*mi* ?MM? ?M BUvtntk By W. D. WALLACE, Will be sereed to rabeorlbers by carriers at SIX AND A (QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers acrred la packages at 37% ?enU pet month. To mail subscribers the sub scription price Is T1IREE DOLLARS AND PIP TV CENTS a year Moiruui, TWO DOLLARS for aU months, and ONE DOLLAR for three noath*; for leea than three months at the rate of l*j( cents a week. JET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. YOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C.. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1855 JOS. C. PETERSON, IMPORTER OF HAVAlfA, CIGARS, No. 417 Pennsylvania avenne, near 1# ?t., oppo site the American Hotel. dec S-<H* or. r. s. JAne% (GRADUATE OF THK PHILADELPHIA * HOMCKPATHIC College, offera bis s.rvicos fa every branch of bis profession. Ottoe?Corner of New York avenne and Fif teenth street, over the drug store of J. W. Nairn. MTtt-dlO LAGER REER DEPOT, He. 3*1, Pennaytvania avenue, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 December 1855

FTKNING STAR. WASHISQI05 CITT; Jiff* HAT December 10, 1NJ. I j, \t?vt;KTi*a***ra should be handed in bv U<? ;iy;k. >1, ortwirt't the/ may not ap pear au .1 th? neat rf?r. AGEHTS FOR THE STAR. Tiio-u'lkmni", person^ are authorize.1 ?k> con trKi tor .a* publication of advertisements iu the .v.**-: ' ??I' Aelphia?V. B. Paumka.N. W. oornoj c. rT\h \aU Chestnut streets. No . kork-??>. ii l itrnJIGH.L A Co., Nassau ^"eet. L' Iot:?V B. Palmrr. S'ollay'e Building. f v ^LNATOBS AMP KEi nESBNTATIVES wh(J desuc t > be sei\od with tho S$tar, will please notify the secretary of the Senate and Clerk cl tho Hoa?c to order it for thein Thu must be d .10 to secure early attention to tiieir re uu?it- t?> havo it sent to tbem. OV THE K0RN1N9 PRKBS. ? l.u ili^cnttr1 s leader is a significant ?rru.'u. Regretting the failure of the House f? crff Jiiize Ia~t week, the editor expresses f irt' or regret that that desideratum was not aB.emp'uacd oa Saturday l*?t; or, in other "wertake.- gro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 December 1855

g V ENING STAR.! LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. _ Palace Stork.?Messrs. Geo H. I?- White A Co , bare so re-modelled tbo in terior and exterior of their place of business that it will bear favorable comparison with those in thalarger cities. Charles E. Walter, carpenter, nad charge of the exterior work, tne fine plato-glass coming from Piatt A 8ons, ?f New York. Tho inside carpenter's work, which is bighlv ornamented, w?3 designed and put up by Wilson E Brown. The paint, ing was bj George E Kirk, tho papering by Stephen 1*. Franklin, the gas-fixtures by Charles W. Botcler, aad the oarpoting was furnished bv Clagett 1 Dodson. Iron ooun tcr and table frames of tbo "dolphin pat tern,'' ckgantly bronzed, wore furnished by jbert Wood of Philadelphia, Mr. Kelly of is city supplying them with mnrble tops, he store is from tho store of James A. Skir ing, and everything is of the latest style, ad irably fitted for its destined use. A reference to onr advertising columns shows that Messrs. White A Co^nav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 December 1855

t J, f f rf ? t J EVENING STAR . ..-?Y OWN FIRESIDE. 1" *T ALAAIC WATTI. It Is a mystic circle, that surrounds Ocnifcrts and virtues n?vsr ka<m n beyond Its hallowed limit? Soutkig. Let ethers seek for cmrty Joy* At bail or concert, rout or play; "Whilst, far from Fashion's Idle noise, Her glided domes iiid trapping* gav, I while the win'ry eve away, 'T.vlxt book and lute the hours divide; A.id marvel how I e'er could stray From ihee? my own fl eside' 'ly own fireside! ?those simple word* rid th?* sweetest dreams arise, A v akjn feeling's lenderest chords, And 111 with tears of |oy4 miae eye*, V. bat is thtre my wild heart san prlxe, That doih not in thy sphere ablae; Haunt ol my heine-brsd sympathies. My own?my own?my own fireside! A gentle form !s near me now ; A small white band is clasped In mine; 1 gaze upon h?r placid brow, And ask, what joys can e.iual thine ? A babe, whose baa-Ulcs half divine. In flcep his mother's eyes doth hide; W here mar Love seek a "fitter shrine Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1855

the sronse stab, f PVBLMHEO EVERY AETEH1WN, (BXOEPT W!tD.\r,? At tkt Stmt Bm*l4? eormt* ?/ *?<" ?? Mt t kih"*ntk *<r?i| A |f V. I, WALLAOI, WI8 be eerrod to nbicrlbm by wrrtw ?* AMD A UUARTE& OSNTI, p*y*b^ WMkiy ?o the Ajpnto; paper* wwd In packag?a at 91% ?eou per month. To mall autwcribcra the ittk ?ortptioB price U THREE DOLLARS AMD FIF TY CENTS a year m U**m, TWO DOLLARS for months, md ONE DOLLAR for three ?ritht; for 1m thee three months it rat# of 1>J( cents a week. t C^MNSLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VL Si.* T(M3aOEl JA70I8?a??*00 iiu V ?1. ? -J" ? ' V ?=''?" ? ' J ?* ? ' A ?JTtPCO fl*/ ririHl ^CTlWlFlA** v "k J.avn ? lT?4i i<i n?-J* thUOfi toi i WASHINGTON, D. G. TUESDAY. BSCJBK ISiW .1 ?' . ? /.I I .o-tiodw a ci Tynq ?.<!< 1 11, 1855. no. 916. ry -rrwva-m OdJ 1 J *-?* OrfP w T.?aj?WM [, JO*. 0. PITIMOM. ttt IMPORTER 07 HAVANA CIGARS, If 9 *17 Pennsylvania avsr.ae, at., oppa alt* the American OR. R. S. J4HII, f^RADVATB OF THE PHILADELPHIA V HOMC1PATHTO Coll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1855

EVENING STAR. ?? - ?^ WAIIIVOTOI OITT: TCIIOAY 11, I8M.1 |:^r* SBNATORS AfD B?M*S11ITATIVH Who Jesiie to be served with the Star, will please the Seoretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House to order it for them. Thll must be done to secure early attention to their re quest* to here it sen*. to them. spirit or the vournre riiu. The Union reprobates Mr. Francis P. Blair, late of the Washington Glob*, with great ee verity for his recent letter in which he pro claims himself a member of the Republican party, and abuses the President and the Ad ministration without etint. The truth is, the letter of Mr Blair is simply the natural re sult of the disposition of the lately vacant U. B Judgeship in this District The President felt it incumbent on him to fill it in a way that greatly disappointed Mr. FrsncisP Blair, whose heart and mind were set upon getting, through the iLteree*siotit of other*, hid son ap pointed to the plaoe. After the election of Polk seme eighty Dem ocratic members of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 December 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 3Vm?*? Cocmr.?Yesterday, David K. j Boytnn, Esq , of New Jersey, and Thomas T Everett. Esq , Washington, war* admitted Attorneys mod Counsellors of tbia Court. No. 148. Samaol Powall, #<?/., plaintiffs in orror, vs. O?orge Draper, et ml. Error to tho IHatrtot Court of tbe United States for tbo District of Texas On motion of Mr. Hughes, counsel for tbo defendants is error, tbis writ of error was dwekated and diieisaod, with costs No. 149. Deborah Hand 1 ml., plaintiffs in error, vs Samuel W. Turner's lesson. Error to tbo Circuit of tbo United States for the Dis trict of Sew Jersey On motion of Hon. A. C. 3d Pennington, of counsel for defendants in orror, tbe writ of error was docketed and dis missed. With rwSti No. 8. William C. Atwater, administrator of Neheiniab Oarriagton, libellantand appel lant, vs. L B. Pratt, claimant of tbo brig Ann C. Pratt Tbo argument of tbis canto was continued by Hon J. P. Fesaenden for tho appolloo, and concluded by ...

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

BLnronm. BMkt 1 Lord, toot grant me tfele, Tby trembling suppliant's piM , The hand tfiW holds ths rod to kifl la filial love to tkee Thanks. lather, for Ihr care, Thy child would bo resigned, I murmur Quia mv feeble prayer, But ob. 1'nbifM, I'm blind! Hnrtf ? both mysoul, ba still ? Lot not my thoughts robel, It 1b thv Heavenly Father'* will? Ho doeth all things wall. There ia no darkness where The star of Jaoob reigns; Though Bud right re*ts la i A giory gilds the plains. s 4 * When earthly visions bright Are closed to mortal eye, The soul rests ta the peaceful light Of Heren'e unclouded sky. And yet I feel the spell That binds to earthly things: Sweet nature's Joy* f I knew then wsli With their r?ii Lbousand springs. 1 know earth's robe of green, Now rank with venial rain, i know tbe "tiHigtt's golden sheen Rests aa its face again. 1 bf%i the voice of birds, Th* t carol lo their bowers; 1 Hat the aound of fountains stirred And scent the opening flower% 1 feel the balmy air, As fr...

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. — 12 December 1855

THE EVENING PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At lit Sfr Buil4**M?xComtr of ????*?'????? ??MM (14 El*V*ntk Ij W. D. W ALL ACH, Will be served to tubecrlbers bycarrlera at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?o tbe Ageute; paper* aerved In pachagsa at S7# ?ents per month. To mall aubacribera tbe tub ?*1 ptloa price U TH R E E DO L LARS AN D F IF - TY CENTS a yea; madvnt*. TWO DOLLARS for tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for le? three moMhs al the rate of It cents a week. lETflN6LE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1855. NO. 917. OR. R. ft. JAMES. f^RADUATE OF TUB PHILADELPHIA V* HOMtEPATHlC College, offers his ur vioes In every branch of his profession Offiea?Corner of New York rvenne and Fif teenth street, ever the drag store of J. TV. Nairn. BOTi??dim* 9EDICAL CARD. DR. STANISLAS HKR.N19Z, REGULAR Piactitionbe or HoiiarATiT, Uftu No. 33L corner of K and Fourteenth streets. Or STANISLAS HERNISZ having returned from Europe ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITT: *? W EDNKSOAV PmitW 19, ISM. ^ S*!?ATO*S ASP RbPRUJUITATITSS Who desire to be served with the Start will please notify the Secretary of Ike Senate and Clerk of the Hoove to order it for them. This mast be don? to seoure oar 1 y attention to their re ?juc/ta to have it seat to them. frit it or thx morning ?ixu. Tho Union ?cf^ta the idea that the Demo crats of the House will rote for Mr. Fuller, of Pa., for Speaker, under any sircumstances whatever; and deaiee, emphatically, the O-gan't assertion that Montgomery Blair, Esq., Solicitor of the Court of Claim*, sympa thises with the polities of hie father?saying " ile wes a decided supporter of General Cass in 1848, approved folly tho compromise mea^ere* of I860 and the Baltimore platform of 1*462, and gave to the nomineea of tnat eon T' ijtion a zealous and efficient support. He is decidedly opposed to the proposition to reetore the Missouri Compromise, is unequivocally in l'aver of the great principle of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 December 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tai Board of Common Council mel on Monday at the usual boar?all the members present Mr. Walker presented the petition of John Harknem and others, praying for the footway to be laid in front of squares 482, 513, 514, 523, and 524, on north M street; referred. Mr. Towles presented the petition of John S. Hollingshead, police magistrate for the | third district, in relation to a conflict of juris diction in the trial of certain Corporation casee; referred. Mr Ruff presented the petition of J. W. Atchinson, asking that a law may be passed authorising the Commissioners of the Wash ington Asylum to let out the grounds attached thereto, and moved Its reference to a special committee; agreed to. Messrs. Towles, Orme, and Ball ware appointed the committee. Mr. AtLee reported the bill from the Alder men for the relief of Wm. Guinaud, laid on the table. Mr. Ruff reported the bill from the Alder men granting permission to James Barnes for certain purposes; pass...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 December 1855

EVENING STAR. ? WE MET: B* 1AM19 H . CA?U?Tf?JI. We met, Jenny '?yon waa yo'?nj and fair, And you had no guile In yonr winsome smile, For your heart was airrltlfd by pride or care ; And your eon wa? bright, And dark as uJyht? V> d lipa red as eacrrlea?and coal black hair. And a fair)' form, A ?d * bosom warm? Oh ? 1 !o'<*d you weel, belgho ! For tie woe God had set up no mark o' beware! TIU 1 sot a shaft fra hi* bow, \nd vow 1 canaa wonder I Hell in the anare. But 1 dlnna repeut It I trow. We met, Jenny ' an' the gither hiad. On that hajipy day, A\ 1th our friends so gay. To the auld village kirk; and you stood by my side; And the priest was there And offered a prayer For our mutual weal, when the knot was tied: An a' said ''Amen ?" An he blessed us then? An' we >wa ha? lxten happy, you know, For I11 crossing the wavee or this world'a roush tide, . * M here the whirlwinds of sorrow blow, V?> bae rLeered one anlther, my aln aweet bride. And wr dlnna repent it, 1 trow. We ...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 December 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PUBLISHED KVERV AKIKKVM)!*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At (As Stmr Bwtldt+gi, c&rntr cf i mm ?*5 Kit cent k firm, By W. D. WALL ACH, Will b? served to subsarlbers by carriers at BLX LNDA QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; paper* served la packages at 37% tents per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription price la THR EE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CBNT6 a year ?*?*>???, TWO DOLLARS for six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three ?oaths; Cor less than three months at the rale of ffg eenu a waeh. C7* SJNQLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VL WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1855. NO. 918 ? A DR. H. S. JAMES, GRADUATE OP THE PHILADELPHIA HOMCBPATHIC College, offer* his ?unrl?ca 1b every branch of his profession. OPH Corner of New York avaeue and Fif teenth street, over the drug store of J. W. Nairn. aovQ--41m* MEDICAL CARD. Dr. itantslas hernisz, regular P*ACTiTto!?*m ov HoicaraTHY, Ollee No. Ml, corner of F and Fourteenth streets. Dr. STANISLAS HERNISZ having returned from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIHGTO N CITY: TUlRiUAY OMwaktr 13, 1840. BPIXIT or THE MORHIUO FBX88. The Intslltgtncer ridicules the evil fore bodings of some elaborate writer in the Unton relative to tbe continuance of the Unioa of the States of thia Confederacy. Tbe Unton regard* the New York Evening Post's abate of Mr. Richardeon not only m being a very high compliment to that gentle man, but aa involving proof of tbe patriotism and wisdom of his nomination bj the Democ racy of the Honse. Nicaragua. The following letter which we find In the New York Day Book, shows that the Govern ment design continuing to keep as clear of complicity with Walker and hia schemes as np to this time: Orrjcc or U. 8. District Attorkky, ) Southern District, Dec. 11, 1S55. J Snt: Information has been received by the President of the United State* that prepara tions are being made in various parts of the United States to receive men for the invasion of the State of Nicaragua, or otherwise to take part in military op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 December 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Cocbt of Claims.?Yesterday, the argu meat in the case of J. Alexis Port, was re sumed bj Mr. Rockwell, who concluded his remarks, and the case was submitted for the decision of the conrt. The case of G. h. Berryman vs. the United States was next oalled by the coart. This is the claim of 0. U. Berryuian. commander of the United States schooner On-ka hy-e, and others, for tho pritt-tnonej of the barque Laurens, a slave trader, captured by the cl aim ants in 1847. Mr. Rockwell appeared for the claimants, and took the ground that the elaimants are entitled to the whole value of the captured bark, together with about S26.000 in specie found on board. The Solicitor followed, and admitted the claim for ons-hatf of the captured property only to be just, and stated that to be the opin ion of the Secretary of the Nary. lie claimed, howerer, that a portion of the money found on beard went into the hands of the marshal of the southern district of New York, a de...

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