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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 December 1854

:0 V F.N ING STAR. THE HOUSE OT CLAY. There wnn ft house?a honse of ? Where the inmate sane all da? Merry and poor, For Hope mt likewise., heart to heart, Fond and kind, fr,Bd and kind. Vowing he i#Vr would depart, Till at on<*e he changed his mind; "Sweetheart, ^ood by!"' He slipped away, An'!, shut the door. - j Rut love came past, and looking in YVi'h smiles that pierced like sunshine thin, * hrough wall, roof, floor, Stood in the midst of that poor room, Grand and fair, grand and fair, Making a glory out of gloom; 'Tis at the window mocked old Care? Love sighed - "all lose, and nothing win f" He shot the door. Then o'er the barred house of clay Kind jasarmnw and clematis gay Grew evermore; And bees hummed merrily outside, Loud and strong, loud and strong." The ir.ner silentness to hide The steadfast silence all day long, Till evening touched with finger gray The close thut door. Moot like, the next that passed by Will be the Angel whose calm eye Marks nch, marks poor; Who, pa...

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. — 23 December 1854

TFTE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON (?ZCm SUNDAY,) At tkt Star Buildings, corner Pennsy Ivans* avevus and HUv*nth strstt, ? f WALI,A?H * OOPS, Will be wrvffi toaabecribera tn tho cities of Wuh. tagton.Georfisiowa, Alexandria, Raltim >reand Phila dHphia, at SIX AND A QUART** CENTS, paya ble u? the Agents, To mail subscribers the subscription price is fflHfeE tJOLLARS AND FIPTYCENTSa year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SfX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Q(J~Sinnm com. on. CBJft, AVOID ALL QUACKERY, A NJL?>KB MEDICINES PREPARED BY A J\ REGULAR PHY4ICIAN ONLY. LIFE PH(t LONGED, A CURE *01 ALL PAIN OfVjJnH OOLD.S CQJfgUMPT.Oy, CROUP, WhSpin^! OOLGH. LIVER COMPLAINT, DY^PEP^IA In SK5m? Si PLAINT8 FEMALE COM MEM<lTVVa" RPJK'8 CELEBRATED FAMILY E ^fesQlt of thirty years practice h v preparations are for eaci complaint, ana have h-en well tested and approved tfcntL m^ Physicians, and thousands of Pa A iMXDT FOR "EACH DISEABZ." DR-J 8 ROSE'S XXPSCTORAXT OR COUOH 8TRCP...

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. — 23 December 1854

WASHINGTON CITY: ?atuxday AmMoo*.... nn.^ ,3 _ Amuaementa. R'"'',r' Smu cotmnencr "T"'l ?*?.?! et th. National Thee u* The world wv? P^d .c^ ?,e flni.be,, da?. J" ^rGLr'*TOidr*"^ nu,?ta. ee it at the eih.biuon room, on 4* st. Evcrv Si-s- """I."' ?" Km'"^ _i. ?? / ??n Wl ^ ?Pen Christmas day, wten wort ol art! " ?PP0r,0nUy ,0 ^ inefoVthJ "i Pa!,ORa*a ** exhibited this even work of ^ *** M ?dd "*>'? A, ? 2en,U!' 8nd ina,ruction>il deserve, ^^lWrL opens a, Iron ?n *'?g Way and ni,ht levee*. Suc cess to Vonog America. The WA8HniGTOI( d.ahatic Amocutiok com P-ed of a number of our most talent* jZ^' pie, give an entertainment on Monday <Chri?troa,) m?bt, at th. National Theat e. They offer h\ "?J""' "feCM-""* ?<,. d??, J? c??'???.-w7SZnS^Z. Monday, because it is the apnrorr*a? for holiday and thanlugiviL^^ Se"?? ?11 Chri.te.dom, who fL , * ,h* Part liar. that th.irbr! . 8' 'nJ ^ through th. r 5" * PPJ fmur0 arc of <Z " Md ?f th. Sod . THB wbueiTm^ ay contain, th. usual amou...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Balls.?By reference to oar advertising columns, it will be seen that the lovers of the dance are promised a merry time at the nu merous military and civic balls shortly to oome off. That there may be no mistake about the time on the part of those who desire to attend, we annex them below in the order in which they take place: The Americas Club, composed of young men of the northern section of the city, give their second grand ball at Temperance 11 all, on Wednesday evening next, the 27th inst. The Washington Qerman Yagers, Captain Schwariman. have their ball on New Year's eight, at Carusi's Saloon The Terpsichore Club, of the eastern section of the city, give a grand ball at Odd Fellows' Hall, Navy Yard, on New Year's night. The Montgomery Guards, Captain Key, have their grand annual ball on Monday, the 8th of January, at Jackson Hall. The Columbia Typographical Sooicty cele brate their fortieth anniversary by a ball and supper, at Jackson Hall, on ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 December 1854

iCVKNING STAR. CHBISTM48. BT W. H. C. HOBMER. Who comes in this waaon of darkness and storm, Received by the crowd with a welcome, heart warm ? Some patriot, cheered by the nations' acclaim Some conqueror, fresh from the field of his fame ? No ! laaguter of children, and ringing of bells The advent of good St. Nicholas tells. To England, the merry, I travel in soul Thougn ocean's blue waters between darkly roll * nder the holly-tree maidens are kissed, For there they have parted with right to resist. And love's honied promises they readily hear On tins evening of general joy and good cheer. Thy yule log is burning on many a hearth, And beauty :s dancing a measure with mirth; Friends meet in the best of their Sunday attire, In cot of tbe yeoman, and hull of the squire; And rank, for a time, lowers his arrogant crest While rich brown "October" is broached for the guest. The night before Christmas?what time in the yeir So fraugnt with delight?to remember so dear! It carries us bark to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1854

THE FTRNTNYt RTAR PUHI4SHBD EVERY AFTERNOON, y (Ytrv^r sn>nAT,) ? t '<:>* r rcrntr Pgnrtsylvmnim \ r.'.;- 7/,/? F\?rnth Hreet, B- WAM U H * HOVE, VVill t>e s?erv.\? to mib^crih-T* in :h . ?iir? ? \V > ? . in?too,Ororfr.owi!, AlfT'.n Ma, IT- Hi'uor* r.nJ Phila delphia, at V AND A QUARTER ('EMTd, para ble weekly '.<? ti.e p?9. To n>ail subset iber? tb^ ?nK-icriptinn -vice n THREE IK)LIjAR8 AND FIFTY CENT* , vv fn advance, TWO DOL LARS for -IX MONTHS, and OjfB DOLLAR or THREE * i.VTflS. O^Staoi* CnrtKt om cm. AYOID ALL QUACKERY, And tak1? medicine* prepared by a *EGULAR PHY4TCI4X ONLY LIFE PlilV LONG 11'. A CUKE POP* AM PAIN, COTJGII3. COLO*, CONSUMPTION, CROUP, WIf OOPfNG OOUOH, LIVER COMPLAINT, fYSPEP-lA. IN DIGESTION 8UUR 8TOMAOH, 8CROPULA. ALL 8KTN ERUPTIONS, AND ALL FEMALE COM PLAINTS. DR. J. S. R0^fi'3 CELE^R^TED T. M'*iY MEDICINE.*1 are th? result of thirty yarg m Philadelphia. Hi? pre pant i >bs ?ve fL.r err^ complaint. and hare b?en well t'!5*T?d and un...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON December 26. JOB PRINTING. 7 Oar friends will find as prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Pristisg, with neatness and diBpatch on very reasonable terms, from Cards Bp to Book Printing. We are now ready to serve all, at a moment's warning. Agents for the Evening Star out of Wash ington. Fersons at a distance wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, oan be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butleb, No. 114, Market street. Baltimore, by Hinrt Tatlor, Snn Iron Buildings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmiller. Alexandria, Va., by W*. P. Carhe, No. 60 King street, corner of Fairfax. Fredericksburg. Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va , Robert Hopemaw. Portsmouth, Va., by A. B. Owaifs, No. 70, High street. Orange Court House, Va., D. H. Van Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J. B. Worrell. Gordonsville, Va., O. A. Miller. >taunton, \ a , Ihos. H. Grbsham. SPIRIT OF T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1854

EVENING STAR. , LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? k Drcskenness and Rowdyism.?Never be fore bare we seen so much drunkenness in one day, a? was seen in Washington, yesterday. Men and boys, old and young. were seen in all directions in a drunken state As a natural consequence, there was any amount of rowdy ism. Fighting, foul oaths, and obscene gongs made the day and night hideous. A number of arrest* were made, as will be seen by our watch-house report. Others were arrested whose names do not appear in that list. Capt. Birch, of the Guard, and Davis, of the Police, with their small force, had a busy time of it, being constantly employed from early morn until late in the night in their efforts to pre serve the peace and quiet of the city. These officers deserve credit for the promptness, en* ergy, and forbearance exercised while in the performance of the duties of their office Serious Disappointment ?One day daring the past week, a gentleman residing in the neighborhood of Tenallytown, Washingto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 December 1854

EVF.NING STAR. CHOICE GIFTS. BY GIUCE DE LA V1RITK. Fragrant and fair is the lily's cup, And gay is the tropic bird's wing ; Sweet is the bloam of the new blown rose, And fresh is the breath of Spring. Cheerful and bright looks the soft young mogs,]' f When languid the sick one's eye ; Merry's the song of the early lark, So bravely he chaunts on high ! Proudly and firmly the mighty oak Stands, tossing its branches wide ; Gracefully swsll the chip's snowy sails, When riding before the tide. Joyfully (alls the sweet voice of song, Extracting from life its care ; Pleasant it is in a blighted world, To find forms of beauty rare! Touching's the violet's modesty, From vulgar gaze which doth hide ; Charming the blushes of purity Which glow on the cheek of the bride! Fair though these forms, he'd far rather find Whose feet foreign lands do press? One living glance of that sympathy, Which springs from a loving breast! Sweet though these gifts, the poor wanderer Returned to his father land ; ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1854

THE EVRNTNO STAR PCJBLISDBD EVERY AFTERNOON, (TXOwrr TOUT)AT,) At tkt St/tr Hrilditifrs, eo-nwr rrauy/MRM <zr#*ae anA Klewrtth street, Ht vv 4 f. I, 4 ?) n Se HOPE, Will be served to aulMcribprs iu tii-j eitiej of Wash la<ton. G^owiowa Aletan.'ria, Baltimore aod Phil*, drlphia, at SI \ AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble w.-?kiy to the A* nis. To mail subecribera the rjt*cnpii.-M wice is THREE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY r"NTe> i year in advanct, TWO DOL LARS for .SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR for TH8S3 IfONTH3. Op-Swot. coma on cam, JNDERTAKERS, &c. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER ?u!d ^T^tfullr Inform bit fHends, eoqnaintaucee, and the pubMc trener*ll* !?* 5rjSl! to\.x^nt/jlor tfr?^2 IKtE?*6" the ^ the pliort .k k ^ to 9t ?U the shortest notice, and Id the **$3Mf2CCBK **?'* preserved in the >.:cst yerfsci mat f*r, even m Vie w.-m?erf w?ai^T. -.a^nkfttlfor past f*,v?r >, be would respectfully soiict., and w. i oaie:-ytr to men* a continuance ci -aoe. ANTHONY BUCHI.Y, _ Fa. " *Mo, be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1854

evening star. WASHINGTON PITY: WEDHESDAY AFTEBEOOH. .December 27. JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at any moment to execute every description of Job Printing, with neatness and dispatch on very reasonable term*, from Ctods up to Book Printing. We are now ready t* serve all at a moment's warning. A*it? for the Evening Star out of Wash. ington. Persons at a distanje wanting the Daily Evening Star, at the earliest period after its issue, can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S. R. Butler, N<>-U4, Market street biSSS?"' by H"BT Tatlob' Sun Iron Harper's Ferry, by Archibalb Kitzmiller. Va ' by?Wlf F- No. 60 Krag street, corner of Fairfax F^erickshurg Va by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville Va., Robert Hoffman. HU?hr~*VS ' byA- B 70, Orange Court House, Va., D. H. Van Pelt. Culpepper Court House,Va., J B Gorrrit Gordon,vilie, Va., O. X. M^l.r1^* i-taunton, V a., Thob. H. Grbsham. 8FIRIT OF THE MOBHINQ PBESS The Intelligencer is a great newspaper to day, being d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. City Councils ?The Board of Alderm'n met last evening, at the usual hour, Mr. Hill, president, in the chair. The Major's communication, transmitting the opinion of the Circuit Court in the oaae of the Corporation vs. Werner, was laid before the Board ; laid on the table. Bills, from the lower board, amendatory of the aet for the construction of oertain sewers in the Fourth Ward; amendatorr to an aot relative to certain sewers and drainage in the Third Ward ; making an appropriation for a gravel footway in the Fifth Ward; reviving an act to grade K street north, from Fourth street west to North Capitol street; for the re lief of Samuel Canon end John Caton?were referred. Also, a joint resolution Arising an ap plication to Congress for tne improvement of Virginia avenue; pasted. The Chair then laid before the board the bill to authorise the payment for certain printing with two amendments made by the lower board thereto, aa follows : Add " And that th...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 December 1854

EVENING STAR. THE PASSING TEAS. From the old woods, dim and lonely Comes a moan; There the winds are sighing only Summer's none ! All the bright and sunny hours, And the green, and leafy bowt-re, With the summer's latest flowers ^ Are faded now; And the brow Of the waning year, Has been twined with dying leaves, And the gathering of the sheaves Tell us Autumn's here. Now the wiads go loudly moaning, Trough the vales; Mournful tales Of decay* that swiftly gather, Of the coming wintry weather, Of the gnow, that like a feather Soon will fall; And the call Of death is sighing, Over all the rippling streams ; And the Summer's ling'ruig gleams Are sadly dying. (HT^Quite a remarkable exhibition was recently made in London, by a French firm, showing the method by which, by a peculiar modification in the fermenting process, the amount of bread from a given weight of flour could be increased to at least fifty per cent. Two sacks of flour were used, one being manipulated in the ordinary way, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1854

PUBLISHBD CVBRY ATTSRNOON, (new* mdatO 1 *1 At t As Star Bvildingt, corner PtrnnsylmmtM* avtnii* anJi Uhit+nth itrMt; ' ' By WALLAliU Sk DOPE, Will bo served to sebserlbua in the cities of Waah tagtnn.GeoitetOTm^AleTantfrU, BaRftnute and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT?, paya ble weekly 10 tbe Agen's. To mail Bohnorih^ip th~ subscription pnce is THREE DOLLAR? AND riFTi/i^NTSa in adoanct, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR inr THREE IJONTHS. {fc^ffwWLn dorm on Cam. UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABIN frt MAKER.' & UNDERTAKER. THH dnUwimM would respectftjlly inform hji friends. acquaintances, and the public generally that ho rtiil continues to execute all orders in hif Uv of basin?m In the beat manner and at the abort ?at notfceT RKPAIR1RG neatly and promptly sxeouted. fDNSRALI a-'Vmded to at ^ h? * " ? vsaoea to it ?? a - ? the ahsctast notice, and In tha beet manner. Bbiif* prtsertmi in Uu metl perfect Mr, am ?? the warmest weather - <i*nkful fa? past favors, ha would re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1854

evening star. WA SHINGTON CITY: THTJBS'JA A FT KB *00 W.... December 28, JOB PRINTING. Our friends will find us prepared at anj moment to execute every description of Joi Printing, with neatness and dispatch on verj reasonable term#, from Cards up to Bool Printing. We are now ready to serve all, a! ? moment'3 warning. 'or the Evening Star out of Wash, ington. Persons at a distance wanting the Daily E- rntng Star, at the earliest period after ite isti -e. can be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by ?? S. B. Bctler. No. 114, Market street. ]ialCMOTe, by Henrt Tatlor, San Iron Buldings. Harper's Ferry, by Archibald Kitzmiller. ?exandria. Va., by Wm F. Cares, No. 60 Ktog street, oorner ot Fairfax Jrrederickuburg, Va., by W. M. Mills. Charlottsville, Va , Robert Hoffman Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owens, No 70, High ftreet. Orange Oourt House. Va . D. H. Van Pklt. Culpepper Court House,Va , J. B. Gorrell. Gordonsvilie, Va., G. A. Miller. Staunton, Va , Tho9. H. Grksham. SPIBIT OF THB M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1854

EVENING STAR. 4 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. A Phrsowal Explanation?Warm Work 15 t?s Board or Aldermen?On Tuesday evening last, in the coarse of the discussion in the Board of Aldermen upon the bill increas ing the compensation of the Corporation Seal er of Weights and Measures. Mr. Alderman Magruder teok occasion to reply with mnoh earnestness to remarks that bad been madein the lower board in reply to the statement with which he had accompanied the bill making an appropriation for the pay of the fxtra clerks employed upon the tax-book: Saying that, in his remarki on that occasion, he had ottered no reflections on the presentineumbent of that office ilia relations with the employees of the Major's office, he being chairman of the finance committee, were such as to induoe him, as far as possible, to abstain from so doing. The friends of that officer here had aoted with becoming prudcnce. But not so in the other board, where two of them, in making unpar liamentary remarks upon what had been s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 December 1854

EVENING STAR. TRY AGAIW. How oft has disappointment marred Some cherished plan of mine, ? And bidden winter clouds appear > ' Where summer's sun should shine; Yet ofutn as they darker grew, I've ceen some wondrous pen Upon the very blackest write ?? - -f 'i-ile sentence, "Try again " How often in the stilly hoar . Of night the heavy sigh In sympathy has strove to meet The tear-drop in my eye; And then, like angels whispering Their messages to men, I've heard a quiet breathing of The sentence, "Try again." How often, as I've walked amidst Life's ever I usy tide, - And jostled with "its favored ones Oa each and every side; When my misfortunes seemed to be O'erwhelming; even then Has some good spirit breathed to me The sentence, "Try again " My guardian angel it must be, J Or else the weight "f care Had sunk me in tiie very depths Of sorrow and despair; But, oil, my heart much lighter seems, And hope shines brighter, when I hear that spirit softly breath* The sentence, "Try again." ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1854

THE EVENING STAR ^?UBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, * (nam Sunday,) At the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylx ' avmus and Eleventh strut, By WALLACH * BOPS, WW be served to sahacribc rs bi the cihc? of Wash ington, Georreujwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phil* doiphia, at SIX AND A QUA1T1B CBNTS, paya We weekly ?o the Agents. To mail subscriber* the | ?nbriplkm price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CeNTS % year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Q^Smeu cortas onk em UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. line oftforlneas in the heft manner andat the short* est not?*. RK PAIRING neatly and promptly executed. VUNKKAL8 attended to at -~n like shortest notice, and in the beet 4RMR0F manner. Brxiits pruerved in t\e tnfti p-rfect mm fur, exff% in Ms warmest vaeatAmr. ?.a*nkfulfnr pest favors, he would respectfUly solicit, an J will endeavor to merit a oonttnuanoe c" the same. ? ANTHONY BUCHLY, Pa. a vs., i. side, between Oth and 10th its. Res?den^e: Mr. Mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1854

KV INNING STAK. V \>I1 INGTON CITY: IBIDA r .'FTSB500W December 28. JOB FRITTING. Oar friends will find as prepared at any moment to execute every description of Jo? with neatnesi unci dispatch on very finable terms, ?tom Carda ?p ^ Boofc Printing Wa ^ now ready to sarre all, at a moment's warning for the Evening Star out of Waah. ingtoa. Persons at a distant wanting the Daily Iwmvng Star, at the earliest period after its Issue, oan be accommodated at Wilmington, Delaware, by E. S R. Butler, ?o 114, Market street. raftlnore, by flsintr Tatlob, Sun Iron 2? uu dings Harper's Perry, fey Archibald Kitzmillkr. Alexandria, Va., by W* F. Cabbb. No. 60 /ung stnet, corner ot Fairfax. Frederiofeohnrg, Va., by W. M. Mills Chariottsville, Va , Robert Hoffman. Portsmouth, Va , by A. B. Owbbs, Ne. TQ% High street ' Orange Oourt Hoasa, Va., D. H. Vau Pelt. Culpepper Court House.V*., J. B Gobbbll. GordonstiIla, Va., Q. A. Miller. Staunton. Va., Tfcot. H. Grbsbak. SPIRIT OF THE M Jjillliro PRESS....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 December 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Trt Cdscwt To Nioht.? We had the pleaiure, last atoning, of bting present at the rehearsal of the Union Choir Association, for the concert which they give to-night at the Smithsonian Institution.. From the impres liar, V there reeerr^, we |>ro*ito a 11 who attena one 01 aie ncnost musical treats that has ever been offered to the pablio of Wash ington. Several ehorases will be song bj the united voices of between two and three hun dred performers,supported by an orchestra well calculated to give the best effect to the vocal department. The choirs attached to the Found ery, Church of the Ascension, F street Presb^l ten an, Wesley Chapal, Fourth Presbyterian? and probably those of other churches, will contribute a selection of music, the greater part of which haa never been sung in this city, *nd all of a pleasing character. Apart from tne great merit of the musio itself, the faot that the ooncert is given for the benefit of the poor, under the dire...

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