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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 March 1855

[CO>ri*riD r lOK Itr PPLUKVT.J *4i* i r:-u? Jot iagija, b/ 'djddle tidfa, Oak UiU, ? M&Ood:ugn, ?ni Ibiahle Oawira, loGriin, n? learnd b*c *, oom a w??k. Leave Cuvngutn 'doulay at 3 a oa Arrive atUrttka ?dh* ? br ? p ? ? i ru&Q Tuea~ay at i?.? \;r*B at OoTinjfton iwuw da/a by 8 p m ?414 fnn Lytbonia hy Flat Hock, to WhfceHooae .4 milr and back once a week L-iave Lj id ,iua i-riday a* 7 a m Vr- ve at vtoite Hoa* muae day by 12 sa l. White Unu^t liiiay at i p at ? 4rnn a: Lytnonia .-anas day by 6pm ^4l.'> From LytnonJa to lUKkbridge, S miles ud back cnce a * -*k bra** LytbscUlaaraiay at ? a m Ar.iw at Kock bridge *am* days by 9 a m. .*a? * Ltoekbridge l'bursday at 10 a m . k nve ?iL Jioaia ?m? oay? by Li m . ?H16 Fromrtcae JJoanUin, by Yellow River and r??eet \t 9ter to La*retc villr, 2l? mile" and back, bii time- % wtm s?v>n? a!oant?in, daily, er.* at Soaday, at 7 a at \irt*." at Law ??-..? ?aie uays by 11 a .. Le. eL* ca^il! daily,except Sunday,at 12 m. Ar v ai ikU ...

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. — 26 March 1855

CHE EVENING STAli 11 BUSHED EVEKY AFTERNOON, (LiCCn IftL'NDAYj At the Star turner P?nn*glvanim ?mom mud Mt 'nlk xtrt*t, ? 7 W. ?. WlLLACl, WW be *erre?l 10 ruhsc/iter* ia the of Wuk u.jvoo. Georgetown, 4)?*ndria, Baltimore and faUdrtphia. at MIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, (. . vaW* * rekiy to Um A genu. To Bail safeenben ilw subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND t tFTY CENTS a few In aivanct, TWO DOL LASS tot SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAt k* THREE MONTHS. (57-Sisoi.e coritH orb c?*r. ?P* mm VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1855. *. ' NO. 694. THE WEEKLY RTAP. Tide wcaJvr.t Fanrj acu Wtwi talntrtf a ymw mtaj of to? * 11114 en hr fart la a*?y ?Uw?4e 01 1IIUW. . | .. . V W T?* 4o itu I'weaty 4o HCV 09"Ca*u, uv^uaAlt ta i?ruct. 0?- Sirile copiw (in wrappers) car t? procmed at ihe counter, imi(i?diar<4jr after the toes at i? 1 paper. Prire?THas? crrrm. PorrMtTsx* who act a< a?'T?u wCl ta attor:.^ a CMi?;wi?ow of twrntf per real. UAK I BLK 3 SPANISH MIXTURE. I fca On?( P?rlfl?r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY; MONDAY AJTTXBHOOH March 26 Advertisements should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. DISSOLUTION OF COPABTH1&8H1F. Notice is hereby given, that the oopartner f l ip which has heretofore existed between the v rule reigned in the publication of the Evening ttar newspaper, is this day dissolved by ma ual consent, W. D. Wallace having pur chased all the property and interest of Wm. 11 Hope in the said Evening Star and its t usiness, will pay all the liabilities of the late firm of Wallaeh A liope, and all thoee indebted to it are hereby notified to make payment to him. W. D. WALLACH, WM. H. HOPE. WAsainaTOV, March 24,1855. SIrltLIT OF THE MO&KINQ PRESS Toe Union republishes Mr. Soule's letter to the Intelligencer, and invites that gentleman to make public the correspondence which the Government declined spreading before the wcrli in answering tho demand of Congress for ill papers bearing on the Ostend c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1855

v V v NIN G ST AH. Local Intelligence. Navt Yabd Items.?W?, to day, present to the nadtn of the Star another instalment of Navv Yard items Aa frequent inquiries ara made aa to tha dimensions of tha noble ataam frigate "Minnesota," new in the course of oonstruction at thia yard, under the direc. uoa of Naval Constructor Pook, we proceed to give them, from ezaet measurement, vis ; Feet loch. Diatance between perpendiculars 26S Hi Kail forward of fore perpendicular 4 5i Kail abaft of after perpendicular 18 5 j Extreme length 286 91 from fore and of heel to aft aide of rudder nost 261 9| Length of gun deck 280 6 Length of aper deck 284 loi Length of rail 286 Breadth of beam 52 Depth of hold to gun deck beams 26 4 Tha wotk on the uMinneaota" is rapidly ad vancing. Tha iron oracea have arrived, and ara being put together and ourred The re ception of thia material will enable the work men to proceed, without further delay, to the completion of the iaterior work of the ahip There are now 24...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 March 1855

EVENING STAR. OVK CHILDHOOD. it n. runtct Th sad?y?t *0 listen, To I at sou wind's gentle tweU. An.I tl.inn we bear tbe music Oftr children know so *rd', To caxe ?n the even, And the boundless fields of air, And feel ajain our b->>hond wist To roam like angels there 2 'fiiere are miny dreamt ol gladne-s That clin; around the pa-t ? And frotn the tomb of feeling Old tbanght* ome thronging fast? The form* we love so dearly, It; the happy days now gone, Th" heainitul and loreJy, Bo fair to look upon. ? Tho??* bright and lovely mnldcn* \\ ho seemed so formed for blis*, T? o g't riou- and too heavenly Fni'mcii a world as tine ! W'uo.-e noil dark eyes seemed swimming In a na ot liquid light, Antl win >w lock, of gold were streaming O'er brows so sunny bright. U iiose smiles were lik? the sunshine In tne spring time of the year? Like the ciiangefu! gleams of April 1 h? y folio \ ed every tear I Tii^y have passed?iike hope? awar ? All thtir lovJinesa has AM? ?)?? ! many a heart is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (JULCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star Building. corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be served to mihacribers in the cities of Wash ington Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at 81X AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A?enta. To mail aubaenbers the subscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND riFTY CENTS a year In airanca, TWO DO.L LARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE" DOLLAR frw THREE MONTHS. {fe^-Sisot.t cons* om CSHT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, MARCH 27. 1855 NO. 695. SC?> 0 1 - , . . ??.?? ...M*. ...I... .*???????????..?* ?? ^ ^ nty rto..i.H..ww?m.? ..??*. .15 OI^Cau, utTiiiiiu nt man. 0(7" Single capias (in wrapper*) can b?* procured at the coualir, unaacdi?M> after ih* ?*us wl IDm paper. Pricc?Tnaaa ccirra. PoaiM4STKM who act a? agent* will be allow J a e#Mnmiaeion/>f tw^rt) prr ewt. r uAnriKD SPANISH MIXTURE. P-"?? ?' tk. Blosd . Mot * Particle of Marcary la It! nlxa.mma Rkiikdt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1855

KV EMNG STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TTJX8DAT AITgRMOO* Mtath 17 [?7" Adtuttsdovtb should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. DIS80LUTI0H or OOPA&nnBSHIP. Notice is hereby given, that the copartner ship which hu heretofore existed between the undersigned in the publication of the Evening Star newspaper, is this day dissolved by mu ual consent. W. D. Willaoh having pur chased all the property and interest of W*. 11 Hope in the said Evening Star and its i usinee*. will pay all the liabilities of the late firm of Wallach A Hope, and all those indebted to it are hereby notified to make payment to him w i> Wallach, WM. H. HOPE. Washington, March 24, 1855. SPIRIT OP THE MOUSING PRESS. The Union, arguing the El Dorado question with the Intelligencer insists that firing a {?hot over the bow of the ship when more than a marino league from the shore was an asser tion of the right of starch, against whieh our statesmen havt so long made opposition...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1855

Local Intelligence. Tl* Citt Coc?cils.?In the Board of Al dermen, last evening. Mr. President Iiili in the chair, a oommuni-ation from the Ci* y Sur veyor reporting the cost of Fonrth street west from New York avenue to 0 street, was laid before them; referred to the improvements committee. The Chair preeented the petition of Amelia Baltimore; referred to the claims committee. Mr Clark reported back from the committee on public schools a lower Board's bill for the establishment of a primary sohool north of New York avenue; bill passed Mr Pepper reported from the canals com. mittee a bill authorising the purchase of a dredging machine, passed. Mr Magrudcr reported from the finance committee a bill for the relief of Rebeeca W. Billings, administratrix of Win. W. Billings, a former collector of Corporation taxes; passed. Mr Fitipatrick presented the petition of James Barnes; referred to the claims com mittee Mr. Borrows frettnted the petition of Isaao Ten Eyck for itjuemnifioation for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 March 1855

EV ENING STAR. [oomtnnoATU. * Mi Editor:?I find in a V:eksb?rf (Mi*.) new. paper the following beautiful poem, written by Jno f*. Byrne, Esq., formerly ol" U?? ciQr, and recited by Mis* F.. leering at the opening of a new theatre in th?? former place. It* perusal, I am sure,will afford much pleasure to many of your readcts, to whom t|??* Kifterf young author is personally well and favor ably known. May I, therefore, a?k that you will be Kt kin.I a> to republish it in the Star, and oblige, Yaur*, trmiy, P. McN. WixMUiOTOl, March-21; 18X>. PROLOGUE The llraan'x Ion* ccKpae ba?h ended now, The Star of triumph glitters on iu brow ; And once agtin, kind friends, the Tragic muse, Her gcuial reign auspiciouslv renews. Here, where lull man} a time the Poet's aoog From Ac?or's lips, inspired, roHed along. Starting the tear trom beavty's 'JazzJmg eye With tancicd scene* of w<-e and misery? Liihti aih'ng smiles and thrilling every heart, When Virtue's irnnn, hs shone in tragic Art. He...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, h (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) JU th' Star Building, r or tier Pennsylvania c%viiu4 and Eleventh street, By W. D. W ALLACH, Will he scrvi>d to subscribers m the cities or Wa<?li twrt'-xi, Georgetown, Aleiandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at 8fx AND A QUARTER CENTS', payable weekly to the Agents- To mail subscribers the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND riFTY CENTS a year !o nuance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fhr THREE MONTHS. (Ji^Sinql* corns 01*1 C1HT. * VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. 1855. NO. 696. THE WEEKLY STAR. - *9* ? * mmmmm. . Tikis Raced not family anu N?ws Journal?con awing a pnamr variety of tatarasuag reading thau can bs ttmmA ? aay other ** published on Saturday : TOM*. Single oopy, per ana am. *5 _ to ririi, Ten da _ #td do...... ........ *.....15 00 Cfjh Cash, iwrAlUAlLf in advawck. Single copir? (in wrapper*) ran prorurod at the couutrr, nnmndtruely aft. r the ?.u? of tu* paper. Price?TH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1855

LV KN1NG STAK. WASHINGTON PITY: W1DWISDAT AFTIftftdONHarsh 28 (T7* ADTiKTisucxirn should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. DISSOLUTION 07 C0FABTWXB8HIF. Notioe ia hereby given, that the oopartner ?hip which hu heretofore existed between the undersigned io the publication of the Evening btar newspaper, U this day dissolved by ma ual consent, W. D. Wallaci baring pur chased all the property and interest of Ww. fi Hora in the said Evening Star and its i usinees, will pay all the liabilities of the late firm of Wallacb A Hope, and all those indebted to it are hereby notified to make payment to him. W D WALLACE, WM H HOPE. Washihotoh, March 34, 1856. SPIRIT OF THX MOjtHIlVO PUSS. The lnttlligtncer deprecates the spirit of exaltation manifested all over England on acoonnt of the Ciar's death, laying: "If there had been no previous disposition to prolong the war, there was enough in the exhibition of public feeling in Great Britain npon the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1855

t:V KNING STAR. Local Intelligence. The Circts ?The pig t.^ee, lut sight, wiu a greet affair in lis way, tome twenty g*ntl* m?n of Washington (as annoutised from the stage) were the contestant* There was rcally great sport in it, and for fifteen minutes the house waa kept in such a roar over it as one rarely hears even at a circus. Piggy's tail be* ing well greased, andlpiggy being very heavy and Strong, catching him and holding him tarned oat to be very different things, indeed The gmtlnmn entered into the spirit of the ?port decidedly, tumbling over each other re peatedly, in their eagerness to distinguish themselves in the novel contact. The dancing (1. a. jigging) was not very spirited, and went off rather flat. The horse manship and other exe cues by the company proper, however, amply made up for the de ficiencies of those with blackened faces. Nothing of the kind superior to the riding and athetotic exercises of this company were ever s*enhere. M ile Rosa, as usual, was greete...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 March 1855

EVENING STAR THE HOUSEHOLD dablhto ?T job* cbitculst wici, (? "w*!"! E*(Uzmd?+ wmmm.) Little Ella, fairest, dearest, Uato me ud unto mine? Earthlv cherub, corning nearest To my dreams of shape* divine! Her twrabsence frets and pains me, Her bright presence solace brings, Her spontaneous love restrains me From a hundred selft-h things. Little Ella moveth lightly, Like a graceful fawn at play, Like a brooklet running brightly, in the genial smile of May ; Like a breeae upon the meadows, AU besprent with early flower?, Like a bird 'mid syivan shadows, In the golden summer hours. You should see her when with nature She goes forth to think or play, Every limb and every feature Drinking in the joy of day; ^topping oft 'mid floral splsndor, . Snatching colors and perfume*, She doth seem so fair and tender, Kin to the ambrosial blooms. Sweet thought sitteth like a garland On her placid brows and eyes? Eyes which seem to see a far land Through the Intervening skies; and she seems u> liste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SITIDAYJ /it tk* tilar Building, rorner Pennsylvania avtniif and K'evextk street, By w. D. WALIiAl'K, Wiil be aerred to rob*crifcem in the cities of Wnb m.nun. Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*. To mall anbecribera the iabwiptioa price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in ?Um,TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR inr THREE MONTHS. (j^SiKou corica out cut. BS I ?*? VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. ?., THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1855. NO. 697. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thla excellent Family and New* Journal?<v>n ulnisf a greater nrMy of leiai watlnf renditr tt?** run He Mind ia any other?ia published on Satutd ^ PoaTBASTaaa who act aa afenta will be allowed a eommiaatoa *f twenty per < fllDTPDlo SPANISH MIXTURE. 1 ha Quit Parlfltr of th? Blood I Hot r Particlo of Xereory In It T k* Imumi Rbtkdt (or Scrofula, Kind's Rvil, alirusnatlsai, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1855

KVKNING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: THURSDAY 4FTERP09H Mareh 29 OCT* Advketiskmxkts should be h&nded in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. DISSOLUTION OF C07ART1V1RSHIP. Notice ia hereby given, that the copartner ship which hu heretofore exiited between the undersigned in the publication of the Evening newspaper, is this day difiolved bj mo nal consent. W D Wallace having pur chased all the property and interest of Wm. li 11"pr in the said Evening Star and its . ufite**, will pay all the liabilities of the late firm of Wallach A liope, and all those indebted to it are hereby notified to make payment to him. W D WALLACH, WM. H. HOPE. Washisgtos, March 24,1855. cPimi 0? THE M0RSIB9 PRESS. Tho Union explain* that the prospect of the democracy in Virginia is essentially brighten ing, and tbat the Virginia demooratic candi dates for Congress are fast straightening mat te"? on the stomp. The same paper announoea tLj death of Mrs. Elizabeth McNeil, the wido...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1855

L'.V KNIXG star. Local Intelligence. Tbb Exhibition of the Sunday School at tached to the Methodi?t Episcopal Church South, which took place lMt nigh;, vu highly interesting. The church was filled to its ut most capacity, and the Dimb?r of spectators wee composed, for the greater part, of ehil ren. acoompanied by their adalt friends Wa caa oonceive of bo entertainment mora inno cent ia its character and mora heart-improv ing in its affects The exercises vera opened with prayer by tbe Ear W W Bennett J Master John Clary delivered tbe opening address, and Miss Mary, his sister, pronounced one to tbe girls, both performing their recpee live parta creditably Misa Virginia Edinon ?ton sang sweetly and plaintively "Tbe Djina Child" and "Mary's Dream '* Julia Teal and Shepherd Ilandy each recited beautifully Archibald Bennett Zimmerman, fuur years old. waa among the performers. The auditory ware so much pleased with hie oratorioal ef tort that they oompelled the little fellow to repeat it....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 29 March 1855

EVENING STAR. NOW. An-f! for th* diy i? passin*, While you lie dreamiuf on i Vonr brothers are cased in armor, And forth to the fleht are pone: Y<~ur place in the ranks awaits you ; E ich man has a part to play ; The past and the future are nothing In the face of the stern to-day. AM?e from your dreams of the future? ? ?f saining a hard-foucht field ; ?yf storming the airy fortress; Of bidding the giant yield ; Your future has i!eeds of glory, Of honor (Cod grant it may !) But your a*iu will never b-* stronger, Or needed a? now?today. Ari?* ! If the pact detain you, Her .-unthinc and -t<>rni? forget; No chain* ?o unworthy to hold you A* those of a sain regret; Sn l or bright she is lifeless eFer; ?'a*t Sier phantom arms away, N^r Uok hack, save to learn the lewon Oi a nobler stnfe to-day. A'i?e! fo: the hour Is passing; The S' und that you dimly hear, It your en~my marching to battle; Rise ! nge ! tor the foe is here ! Stay n^t to brighten your weapons, Or th^ hour will str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON^' fKXCEPT SUNDAY,) At ike Star Burldi-g. cont'r Ptn/Mj/lvoni nv*nu* a >A t'Vrt'lA By W. D. WALlAfB, WW be sflrrwl to mbscrifcers to the cities of Wash ?njtaa, Ufor|?tovr, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, ;ayahle weekly to the Agent*. To mail subscribers Uie nbMripiion price is THREE DOLLARS AND piH'f CENTS a year In advance, TWO DQf* LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fat THBEE MONTHS. (^Sinolk copiis 0*1 CUT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON D. C., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1855. NO. 698. ..13?J IHillAlLI !? Q&~ ?a(i? copies (in wrapper*) can be procur at the counter, innf^iitplj after the ir?uc of l' *? paper. Price-r?*i? ctirra. P0STH4BTKCS who act a* ajrrots will be aii0wc4 C \ RTn? SPANISH MIXTURE. Kot a ParUcla of Mercury In It! 4a I Shiatsu Remit r lor 8-nofuia, King's 1*11* Utoaitiaq, OL-rtij*t? Catuwsi M-aptioaj, Ptmsln or Puitale* on the f*o?, B1nt*h**, Boil*, Ckror*. ? Sore ISyea, King Worm or T**t*r, Scald H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 March 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PIT Y: Ff.TD?r iFTFBHOOIf March 30. CT7* Ady*rtism?Kt3 should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear until the next day. DISSOLUTION OF C0FABTWXS8EIP. Nctice if htreby given, that the copartner ship whioh has heretofore existed between the ? nderr'gned in the publication of the Everting t^iar newspaper, is this day dissolved by mu cal consent, W. D. Wallach having pur chased all the property and interest of W*. 11 iiops in the said livening Star and its i urines?, will pay all the liabilities of the late firm of Wallach A Hope, and all those indebted to it are hereby notified to make payment to him. W. D. WALLACH, wm. n. noPK. Washimgtoh, Marsh 24,18J5. c?ir.. a of ius kg it am a fibi Ice Union again argaes the ?1 Dorado qaesticn, and seems to conclude that there ia no hope that Spain will manifest common sen3e in the explanations she will giva of the act of her cruiser. Such we take to be the drift of our neighbor's long article on th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 March 1855

* J ' % V f V i? rt^ * I) ? ?. ' M au ^ 1 A il. Local Intelligence. ? tiailt PASS TBS Horas True. the 3?a roo for hotel fashionable " hops'' is over, bat, I as heretofore, the pleasures of the dance a^e icdulged in many % private circle Ani thns it a111 ever be?as long as there is a foot to I ?take end suitable muMc can be produceJ to I in tig ate the >4peetry of motion ' Let the dig nifled few, if they will, prefer the stately aituet, the many, 44 the million," will resort I to inch figures and measures participation 1a whieh baniahea all suspicion of rheumat I its, and proclaims " the spirit cf the age"? the 44 go ahead,' or, rather, go-afoot, active principle, becoming the "sovereigns" of this hippy land | We have heard of the fashionable 44 bops," I and of their magnificence. Spacious hills, fice bands of music, hundreds or ges jets, and, cortainiy not least, graceful fomalo forms, clothed in fashion's richest gear, and faces additi>nally beautified by tbe gayety and ex ci...

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