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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 October 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1854. NO. 567. the evening stak published every afternoon, (KXrSPT SUNDAY,) Jt tio: Star Buildings, c-orner Pennsylvania menu* and Ulevrnth strut, By ft ALIiAi ll & IIOHK, \VU be served to subscriber* iu tht: ?t Wa.?h mfton.Gt J'!?iOW,,? Alexandria. Ra!tiir.>re and Phila driphw, at SIX AND A QUA9KR CENTS, pay? - we'-aty w the Agents. To mail subscribers the sut>?cnpfion (vice is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO I?OL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. (J^Sihot.i conn on* c*n. UNUEKTAK WW, Jtc. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKEN mdW undersigned would reep*>ctfally inform hu L fri-als. acquaintances, and the public gersra'^ th?t he still continues to execute all orders in hi' lia- of businMs in the b?t naaasr and at the short eft notice. II.SPAm.TII? neatl? aud promptly ese^Bt&O tii3*Ml?<d to ** the ihoru** nct'ae, ail fa the hczi aia caer. 3:lies preserved ir the t.-vnt pcrfxl n. ...

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. — 25 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTLBNOOIT .. .October25. 0^y"Thc large circulation of the Stab mikesit the most desirable advertising me~ ili'im in the District. It has more readers m the citie* of Washington, Georgetmon, and Alexandria, than c!l th* other Wash tngtondailies combined. |[| / EF" Persons wanting he Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after noon at Uenry Taylor s Newspaper Depot "Sun Iron Buildings." STIBll Oi Tiii. jilGESISG ?B2S5. The (Jtiton having recently blown a flourish o ^trumpets over an alleged achievement of the Intelligencer, in at length telling something o the truth with reference to the existing anti-slavery propensities of the Northern Whig party, the latter journal says : "We are glad, however, so have given plea sure to our cotemporary even by aceident. and ?we will not foifeit the jewel of its approba tion by disclaiming the mer.t, so rare, which it commends its lor; and. as 'one good turn de serves arother, we would propo...

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. — 25 October 1854

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The New Tavern Act.?The following is a full copy of the act reported by Mr. Fitzpatiick, from the Committee ?n Police of the Board of Aldermen. It is in response to the petition of Messrs. YVillard and others: An Act to regulate tavern." and ordinaries and to prohibit tip. ling-houses. g* it emtdedySfc. That, from ai.d after the pass ge of the* act, the per m or penons applying t"?r a license for a tavern or an ordinary shall, before ob tainine the s*m , deposite to the credit of the gene ral fund thfe sum or sums following, viz: ' For a license to keep a t vern in which there nr.1 forty rooms r more in which guests or Imarders in y be accommodated, .?200. For a license to keep a tavern in which there are less than forty and more than twenty room* in which guests or boarders may be accommodated, $150. For a license to keep any other t vertiorordii ary. <61.20; the number of rooms to be ascertained and flommunicateti to the Register by the Commiss...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 October 1854

EVENING STAR. BE KISD WHEN YOTJ CAN. BY KUt^OOI. It kind when you can, ifwigb the kindness be lit tie, Tia ann.ll letters make up philosopher's scrol s, The crystal of happiness, viviil and ?r,tUe Otn seloom be cut .nto ver>" 'arae bowls. Tfc atoms that dwell in the measureless mountain, Tis moments that su u up the century a flight; Tie but drops that unite in Niagara s fountain, Tia rays, single rays, fro the harvest moon light. Btone by stone builds t?ie temple that rises in glory, Inch by inch JF0*9 u,e cliiidtill maturity's prune ; Tbe jewels so famous 111 brignt Eastern story Have been nursed, tint by tint, in the bosom of Tune. Tia grains made the deser.-i.heet, trackless and spreading; ? Tis but petals that deck every blossom-twined spray; There are leaves?only leaves?where the forest ii shedding Its gloom tiU the density shuts out the day. A word or a glance which we giva without " think ing," May shadow or lighten some sensitive breast; And the draught Uoiu the wall-spi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 October 1854

f^UK EVENING STAR . RLIS11B) EVERT AFTERNOON, (DOVI SUNDAY,) I ttx Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania I avenns- and Eleventh street, BJ WALLACH 4c IIOPE, IVJ| ^ served to subscribers in the cities of Wuh I w8,<j?orge.owii, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philn? I ? u dIX AND A QUAETXB CENTS, peya I __ ffeetly u> tbe Agents. To mail subscribers the I -Hcription pnee ii THREE DOLLARS ABfD jstfff CENTS a year in mlMmes, TWO DOL LtfS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR jlrf THREE MONTHS. {&?Siima conn om I ( ' THE WEEKLY ST AIL Tbis excellent Family and Neva Journal?contain rng a greater variety of lautresUag reading tbaa ?w found in any oUiet?la yMaW o? Saturday. 41 as ? OB ? ? ? a M? Mi, 8 00 UN r\ Single copy, per annum TO OWIM. Pive copies Ten do ........ Twenty do* ? ? ? -???%? 99- Cash, iVTatialLT t? aovanct. {&- Single copies (in wrapper*) can be procured 1 the counter, immediately after the issue of tfee paper. Price?mil cnirrs. Porrnmu who act an agents writ be allow ad a c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 October 1854

EVENING STAB washingtoiToityt THTTBgDAY APTEBHOOH.....October 26 8 ? 1k1t ?* this iQunrai i'Bfc.bs. e lntilligencer reviews the condition of the Whig party in Nfir York, and while agreeing with the New York Commercial Ad vertiser in deprecating the radical tendency of the spirit now controling it, as well as the pledges given by it* candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor to the Abolitionist*, the editor (of the Intelligencer) recommend* them, in effect, to be supported by the con servative Whigs of the State. The Litton comment* with proper severity upon the bitter hostility of Benton to the whole South, as manifested laat in an abusive article in the St. Louis Democrat, from his pen. The editor, in the course of this article, says: niacin?**?>? in tte high estimate we WmL b^Dor of 1110 democrats and Whigs of Missouri, Col. Benton will have de serted the party which gave him the only w?n nMre5? ? ' and in whose service he wen all the distinction he ever wore, without cau...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 October 1854

evening star. local intelligence. The Tavee* Keepers' Mmoual?The fol l0Wia< u tbe memorial to the Washington Corpor ation authorities, presented last Monday by the re fers of spirituous liquors : The memorial of the undersigned, citizens and voter* in the city aforesaid, respectfully represents : Ti.ai in their opinion, the ordinances passed by ,h, corporation aloresaid, touching the sale of spirit nou* and other liquors, approved, respectively, on fh? ?th and 12th days of the present mouth of Octo r, 13,54 to take effect from the 6th proximo, are Tnnressive a id unreasonable and ought to be re m-aledTuiodified, or suspended. Tour memorialists will not undertake to remark ?1 ruin the validity of the said ordinances under the charter of the citv and the Constitution of the United *stes by the terms of which latter instrument the Jvsra grants of power in the form jr are to be testei'. These Questions, upon which, as they are advised, ie opinions of provisional lawyers we divided, w...

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

VS0 xNG star. * - WHAT IS A YEAH? natisayear? Ti? but a wave On life's dark rolling stream, Which is so quickly gone tftat we .4, Account it but a dreain. . Tis but a single earnest throb Of Tune's old iron heart, Which tireless now, and strong as when It first with life did start. What ii^i vear ? Tis but a turn Of time's old blazen wheel; Or but a page upon the book Which time murt shortly seal. Tis but a step upon the road Which we must travel o'er, A few more steps and we shall walk Life's weary road no more. What is a year ? Tis but a breath Prom Time's old nostrils blown, As rushing onward o'er the earth,. We hear his weary moan. Ti* like the bubble on the wave, Or dew upon the lawn, As transient as the mist of morn Beneath the summer's sun. What is a year? Tis but a type Of life's oft changing scene, Youth's happy morn comes gaily on With hills and valleys green. Next Summer's prime succeeds the Spring Then Autumn with a tear, Then cornea old Winter?death, and all Must find a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 October 1854

the evening stae published eyery afternoon, (?xcm SUNT)AT,J the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALViADH ft HOPE, Will t* ?erv'?l w ?al?criber* in the citiec <?r' War h ourton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT?, pay^ b,e weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribers the mtwcnpuon price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. Op-Sueia conu om . I vol. IV. ? . WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, october 27 1854. ______ ' NO. 569. the WEEKLY star. TOi ticellrat Family and Nrvra. ia| a greater ear be found ta any i ???? I M 00 ro eu<u Tec do -99% . Twenty do - la u? 09* Caib, tmiiiUT m abtaucb. Sfnfie copies (la wrappan> can be a the countcr, immediately I pnp?r. Price?thru rtirrt. Post*astir* who act ?s aft nta wMI be alowf a commission of twenty wr c?-tiL ?e of the UNDERTAKERS, Ac. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. Ttlei undersigned would...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: / TBIDAY AFTERNOON October 27 QZ7~Tkt large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in tke District. It has more readers sn the cities of Washington, Georgetown, end Alexandria, than all tkt other Wash tn^ton dailies combined. ff* Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after Boon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, U8u Iron Buildings." SPOUT OP TiiA MOKHlNii FKKSt. The Intelligencer quotes Senator Shields to prove that the friends of the Nebraska bill at the West contend, not only that it is right In prinoiple, but that its operation will militate against, rather than in favor of, the extension of slavery. The Union joins issue with the Charleston Mercury upon the question of the propriety of the slave trade, and, while using up that Journal's arguments, compliments the editor lor the straightforward manlineis with which lie meets the questions involved in their con troversy. The same pa...

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

j evening star. Tocal intelligence. Tbi Protbtant Orpbak Asylcm.?Persons con pectfd wttti charitable associations of this city, learn" toat the Protestant Orphan Asylum was too lim. iifd in if means to provide adequately for the de.ti uite children requiring its support, have asked of ihe naagern a statement of its condition, with a view jp its relief. The ladies w:io manage it have con oiudsd to make their statement public, that ail v ho are inclined to take some care of the helpless and unfortunate children. and contribute to their main tenance and education may know wherether cha> ltv can be beneficially bestowed, both as regard* ils< objects of it and the city of wbich they form ? P'?r> The Protestant Orphan Asylum 01 Washing! i nurtures and educates a family of fifty or sixty orphans, at a cost of Irom ?2,o00 to $3,000 per an num. !? means are, $560 trom regular subscribers. aTMfroni invested legacies and donations, ^'OOtrom the Orphan Asylum of Gtorgetown for tile sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 October 1854

EVENING STAR. BOBIFS COKE. From Uie elm tree's topmost bough, Hark ! the Robin'a early song! Telling one and all that now Merry spring-time hastes along; Welcome tidings dost thou bring, Little harbinger of spring. Robin's come! Of the winter we are weary; Weary of the frost and snow, Longing for the sunshine cherry, And the brooklet's gurgling flow ; Gladiy then we hear thee ?ing, The reveille of the spring. Robin's come! Ring it out o'er hill and plain, Through the garden's lonely bower*, Till the green leaves dance again, Till the air is sweet with flowers Wake the cowslips by the rill, Wake the yellow daffodill! Robin's come! Then, as thou were wont of yore, Build th/ nest and rear thy young, Close beside our cottage door, In the woodbine leaves among. " Hurt or harm thou need'at not tear; Nothing rude shall venture near. Robin's come! Swinging still o'er yonder lane, Robin answers merrily! Ravished by the sweet refrain, Alice clasps her hands with glee, Calling from the open do...

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. — 28 October 1854

THE* EVENING STAR -PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (ixamn sundat,) At the Star butldingt, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WAIjLACH & HOPS, Will Ih> Mrwd to OTbscribcn in the cities of Wuh )u?ujn,gf>orgMMm, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila- j oelphia, at six AND A quartbr CENTS, paya weekJj*to the Agents. To mail rabwribera the subecriptipn price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advcmoe, TWO DOL LARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. Cf^Sinau conn oat curr. V"' ? ??; "??*?? VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1854. UNDERTAKERS, 4c. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. rpHE undersigned would respectfully inform his I friends, acquaintance*, and th* public generally that he still oontinuee to execute all orders la hfe line of business in the best manner aa 4 ?t the short Mt notice. the shortest notloe, and 1b the best manner. Bod*t yrtservtd m U* ft perfect mm t*r, ?9m tn t\e Mtarme# wtiUfur. h? wouW ".pectftilly solicit, ami will...

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. — 28 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WAFT!INGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTERFOON October 28 \?yTkt large circulation of the Stab makes it the most desirable advertising me dium in the District. It has more readers ??Ihi cities of Washing1i i, Georgetown;., and Alexandria, than all the other Wash tn*ton dailies combined. iy Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltiir. _>re. can procure it early every after noon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, "Sun Iron Buildings." A GREAT PAPER The Weekly Star for to-day is a great pa per. All we ask, to convince the public of what we assert, is an examination. To a Washingtonian at a distance, or any one who wishes to keep the run of things here, this pa per Is invaluable. Everything of a local na ture W'.rih knowing, and all appertaining to Government matters that is valuable, ia faith fully recorded in this jearnal. While its valuable Washington news is the peculiar feature of the Weekly Star, it also claims high standing for its literary selections, con taining, as it d...

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. — 28 October 1854

KVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Ke*rmbek th? Poo*.?1"The Poor ye have aUcayt ?U*w">u-"?Mr*- E. B. Mills, Directress of the Ladies I mon Benevolent and Employment Society, on the p*rt ot the institution, again appeals to a generous p -.bite to aid their disinterested efforts in the cause ?i the poor destitute females suffering under the pressure of want. The association says : The rule laid down by this Fo.-irtv in affording relief to these poor is founded on Hi- principle of encouraging them in baliits of in dustry, and tarnishing them with work suited to i.eir capacities and circumstances. lu justice to ? aoght?*r? and mother* of want, they ever prefer "to i am their bread by ihe sweat of their brow" than t, receive it in charity. Here is manifested jlie true American spirit, self-respect and indepen ,ieiwe of feeling;, and will not this spirit recommend these poor to a benevolent public ? And will it not )m- made manifest by their affording that liberal sup i!4irt i<> t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 October 1854

EVENING STAR. FARE THEE WILL. This beautiful production, says the New York Atlas, is copied from the works of a well known, noble bard, at the request of a lady, who we do not often feel inclined to disappoint. W? do not think that there will be found in the whole world an indi vidual who will not appreciate the superior merit of the production. Fate thee well! and if forever, Still forever, fare thee well! Even though unforgiving, never 'Gainst thee shall my heart rebel. Woula that breast were bared before thee, Where thy head so oft hath lain, While that placid sleep came o'er thee, Which thou ne'er canst know again: Would that breast, by thee glanced over, Every inmost thought would show! Then thou wouldst at last discover 'Twas not well to ipum it bo. Though the world for this commend thee? Though it smile upon the blow, Even its praises more offend thee, Founded on another's woe? Though my many faults defaced mc, Could no other arm be found Than the one which once embraced me, ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 October 1854

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EYERY AFTERNOON, (MXCm SUNDAY,) M the Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvaxaa avtnns and Eleventh street, By WALLACH A. OOPK, Will be served to subscribers m ine citit-s of W a*lt inxton, G?arge?wn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paya ble weekly to the Agents. To mail subwnberv the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS ANI? FIFTY CENTS a year in advance. TWO DOL LARS for 81X MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAh (or THREE MONTHS. O^SmaLK corns uni cm. VOL. IV, WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 80, 1854 NO. 571. THE WEEKLY STAR. lag a greater variety of later awing reading uuui b? found in any other?it published oa ! 41 * ???? I 0? 8 00 Single copy, par annum ?. to Oknaa. five copies Ten do ??? ? Twenty do ?<?????, ?????*? 09 99" Cam, i?vaaia?LT at i>VA>oa. Single copies (la arrappan) ear be procured a the counter, immediately ate the tatjie of the paper. Price?thxs* cajrre. Posthaste as who act an agents wdl be a Id we a commiHsi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 October 1854

evening star. WASH IN TON ? FT Y : XOHDAY AFThBNOON October 30 Iy*Tke large circulation of tke Star mike sit the most desirable advertising me- I dium in tke District. It kas more readers in tke cities of Washington, Georgetown, md Alexavuna, than oil tke other Wash ?w Tton liiiiJies cirmmned, ' i<W~ Persons wanting the Evening Star in Baltimore, can procure it early every after soon at Henry Taylor's Newspaper Depot, "8u Iron Bnildfbgs." SPIRIT OF TEE W03FIK6 FBESI* The Union's last issue is devoted, for the most part, to the republication of the anti Know Nothing letter of Mr Henry A. Wise. The editor says that the Indian massacre?, on whioh we comment, cannot fail to arm the ^Secretary of War with faots sufficient to make his next appeal to Congress for the necessary mllitay force successful. With reference to Bronson and his newspaper followers, the Union oalls public attention to the fact, that oat of the State of New York, no man (Demo crat) in public life, and no newspaper...

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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. — 30 October 1854

EVENING STAR LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. D?H Tatio* rmoM thi Boston Citv Govern Kent. The rapid increase of the population or Boston, and, pari pattu, of the insane chargeable to that city, has so overstocked the Hospital for the Insane, situated in South Bosto tti ?t it has been for some time in contemplation to purchase a far,., in some of the towns adjacent to the New Entlnnd rnpit.il, and erect thet*m one ot th? lareest ,?MiIIJ tions in the country which is needed warcely for the immediate than the prospective want-of ha. district. A beautnul site for the new instiiuti n situated in Newton, about ten miles from B- t.-n hiving been recommended by two commissioner* appointed to examine the farms offered for tluu uu.. P<*e, the next and very wise slep of the city govern ment * ?? ? nd out a committee of that bod v, ant, also of the board of visitors of the present ho ?J to "amine as many of the best existing .nsliluE as their time would perm.t, and confer with the , c kiefs r.spe-unt th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 October 1854

EVRNING STAR. I 8AW THEE WEDDED BY RKV. J. MOCLTRIE. 1 saw thee wedded ; thou didst go Within the sacred aisle ; My young cheek in a blushing glow, Betwixt a tear and smile. My heart was clad in maiden glee; But he loved it so fervently Was faithless all the while, I hate him for the vow he spoke? 1 hate hun for the vow he broke. I hid the lovr that could not die, Its doubts, and hopes and fears; And buried all my misery, In secresy and tears And days pass'd on?and thou didst prove The panes of unrequitted love. Even in thy early years; And thou didst die?so fair and good? In silence and in solitude. While thou wert living I did hide Affliction's secret pains; I'd not have shocked thy modest pride For all the world contains ; But thou hast perished ; and the fire, That, often checked, could ne'er expire Again unbidden reigns; It is no crime to speak my vow, For ah ! thou canst not hear it now. Thou aleep'st beneath thy lowly stone That dark and dreamless sleep; And he, thy loved and...

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