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

EVENING STAR. pro* TBI m* inns hfrAg fti boddiaa-Pprta* la lloomlug, With ber b!o?sima frein and fair AM the air around prrftonlng, Spring perradah evwy where. Spring, uUtr headed," cornea and biewca Natnra with tier xenial face; Wakes the ?*arth with wimi cnreaaca, And uanboeoms every grace." Lowrlf Rprm( coiaes forth to meet ns. With her brines the leagth^nlaj da) , And present*, ngain to greet a ? April mild, and aiodait May. A. B. THE 1LCQTJEHT PASTOB bt laka* ai.Aifcnabp. !!<? tMight the cheerfulness that siill Is ours, The sw-'eWss that still lurks Id human poweri If Heaven be full of start, ihe earth bai floa tn* IIU was the searching thought, the glowing Kind ; The pintle will to others soon resigned ; But. more than all, the feeling just and kind. His plea*urea were as melo.1ira f.om re?ds,? tiw-:-t bonks, de?p music, and unselfish deed*, finding immortal flowers in human weeda. Tme to his kind, nor or himself afraid, lie deem<-d that love of God was best arrayed la l...

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. — 30 April 1855

the EVENING STAR PUBLISHED every AFTERNOON, (KXCBPT ?LrVT>AY.) Al toe Star Hu%Miitf, oonutr Pemtt^ivamia and str**t, ? r W. D. WALLAOi^ WW be served 10 soheorlbevs In the cities of Warfi tow, Gemriowa, Aienadrta, Baltimore and fWU.WpWo, m SIX AMD A QUABTB8 CENTS par-M* wetekAf lo the A?enta. To a?eU subscribers ?ww*?p?oe prlee IsTHEEB DOLLARS AND *FTY CBNTS ? year lo nd*amm, TWO DOL kA*W fbr SIX MONTHS, end ONH DOLLAR to THRBE MONTIW. 0(^-? oohm o? WASHINGTON STOVE HHUPACTiRY. A & aommr of Pa. o?. and SJmmUi drsef, ___ 8?l? Ageney for OHILSON, QOULD A GO'S Wanning and Ventilating Apparatus _ . * POND it ca*S (ol Boston) i a Ion Donbie-OTen Cooking Range, J. L. MOTT>8 (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. band, ?*?<! r-celrln* LATROBE l heating two stories; Parlor and Chan m.l3*A7BS, KoamH ed and Japanned Cooktns. ^ ' Lh*raber ?"><! Dining Room 8rOYES Tinned and Bnimslled Iron HOLLOW* WAR* Bloek Tin, Planishedand Japanned W \RR ?I tr+ni mi m it. Aiior - -- ' ...

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. — 30 April 1855

EVENING STAR. W \SHINGTON CITY: *OWT)AY \FTZB*OjS ..April 30 3T7" ADvi*nsM?KTS should be banded in by 12 o'clock. M., otherwise they ma? not appear until the next day. AGEIfTV FOE THE 8TAE The following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palm*, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Psmwonj. & Oo., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palmu, Scollay a Building. Messrs. Rdtno k Colvik, of Char lotte, N. 0., are fully authorised to re ceive subscriptions to the Daily and Weekly Star, in Uye States of North and South Carolina. OF THE MOilN 150 PRMd The Union ohides the Infelligencer for seating its conservatism upon the cause of Spain, while the Greeks are at its own doors in the shape of new lights, seeking through acts of State legislatures, to overturn the con stitution of the United States, saying ''Genuine conservatism is the noblest patri otism It is a vigilant as well as a virtuous principle....

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. — 30 April 1855

k.vkning star. Iiocal Intelligence. Wblls. tub Cosvict?We published nn Saturday the petition of William Well.Sthi Circuit Court, praying that a writ of htboae corpus might issue to bring him before the oourt, in order that should it be found hit confinement it illegal and oontrary to lew h* ?ay be discharged from hie imprisonment.' that WM C0DT>cted of the SZ?3 SLV^1 lW,U? ^e DecembeJ ?arm of the Cntmnal Court, and waa sentenced ttha^tiWhiVh*i^ ?f ApriI' 1861 bQt " ?at time the Pres.dent granted him a pardon upon condition that he be imprisoned during Is barah^n.. . i**1-' lh? ?***??* Of death lmprii,D:nei" fo'lif* u.Ti'' aorni?f'th? Warden of the peniten twy appeared in court, bringing with him the conviot Wells ">?6 6 Mr. C. L. Jenes opened the case for the pri soner After reciting the main points of the wnt (which we published at length on Satur day) he said the question was, what power in wis government could eome between the sen-1 tenee and its execution? By looking to th...

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. — 30 April 1855

[COHOkCDCD rao* nifT no weariness of body daring the time,] lor the deep interest sbe felt in tbe vol *me from whieh her has band read. Peace drew that nigbt around thin humble family tbe curtains of repose. They were not rich in worldly goods; they were not honored among men; and jet few arose with a more cheerful spirit when tbe day dawned, or retired with calmer hearts when night called them to refreshing slumber. And why ? We need not answer the question. " And is this your ' good model* of a husband!" we hear some fine young lady or 4 accomplished' gentleman say, with a captious toss of tbe head. " So a man must nurse the babr, end stay at home and real to his wife every night while she darns the stockings, accord ing to your wonderfully elevated stand ard !" And is this the spirit in which you have read? Well, we don't feel inclined| to discuss the mstter with you. Here is a model ; we hare Called it a eood one. It is taken froci humble life. If all hus bands in every social g...

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. — 1 May 1855

THE EVENING 8TAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star B*ildi*gy r?rn*r PfrxnsTflvania a m* and K! eventk *trr*!. By W. D. ITALBiACH, W>* I* ar rvxU to subscribers ui the cities of Waaii huux , C. otjj. l'iwn, Al? xandria, Baltimore and Vt*?Mpl?a,at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, p?r,N> weMf to the To mall subscriber* ?m eotowiptiou price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a Jear in advance, TWO DOL bAAS ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR " THRRE MONTMS. ?on:s o** WA^nifGTnX STOVE HlUWT RV, ?? i. comer o/ Pm. ae. anj EUi-erUh *reet, S,,,e ft>r CtlTLSON. GOULD At CO'S ^arm ng anl Vrnfilalin* Apparatm, M POND i. CO.** (o| BoMon) I a sen Donblc-Ovtn Cooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S of New York) INViNCIBlE double-oven range. ?^SjS2*,nlLT ,",nd' and ri cr'v'Q< LATROBE fcLV? r ? /m U?Uat]w'l*Qr\^ Tarlor and Cham 5?? E3' En?OM!l eJ an?l Japanned Cookinc Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Diuin^ Room j OVEr1 W*\'l/p.1n!^i,rJJ'r;*n<1r>En:i?'Ilcd ,fi>n HOLLOW | W ARE, B.oek Tin, ...

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. — 1 May 1855

W A Mil tilTOS O IT \ : TCitoD Y ATrt^ill OB Jlay 1 JS333XSX ? = Z?* An\ KRTIfiMMMNTH Should b* Lande. - in uy 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they ma; not &pi>ear until the next day. T7" Messrs. Rkkno k Oolvin, of Char lotte, fc. 0., are fully authorized to re ceive subscriptions to the Daily and Wetkly Stcr, in the Mates of North and fcouth Carolina. ?*?U Or T3? ^J^XSff! PH^58 fh* I hi on argues against the act of tLe In e-r, io reposing conflJeroe lo the tea timoay of in unknown British wicnecs against that of the Captain of the American brig Hick snan. aud iflti mates thai its pm-dispoeition to * hear tbe other aide" ia constantly arraying1 it against i's country in all our international difficulties Of the removal of Judge Loring tbe Union say-: '? The removal of Judge Loring by th<? intol erants o! Maiaiehu'ettsis the las' achievement oi the f t ty wh.oh now implores the people of be South for their f wee* v^ice* The Boston Courier a whig prper of lufl -enco, says this ?et...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 May 1855

FVHNING STAR. Local Intelligence. ClTT Councils ?The Board of Alderman met last night at the udu&l boor, Mr. Presi dent UU1 In the chair. A oo nmunication was received from the Major recommending that theohambe> of one or the other board be offered to the Conrt ol CI aim j wherein to hold its sessions; laid on the table. Also, a communication from the aame officer, eovering the Fire Department Ioopee or's re port for the month of April. 1855, sajing that the Mraars E!lie had repaired the Union's en giue and the Northern Liberties' auction since his laat report, and that the Franklin's "goo*e neck'' had been blown at the flre of the 22d, and fa n^w being repaired by the eame firm ; that the Unions suction wants repair, having been in service for eighteen years ; he advises that it be rebuilt, with these exaeptions the res* of the maohinery of the department ia in good order Mr Pepper preaented the petition of Levi Pumphrey for leave to ereet a new stable on the old site on C a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 May 1855

KVKNIMG ST \ K. I'M GKOWIH0 OLD ?t joai* e iui. My ay- |mm pleasantly away, My night* are blessed with sweetest sleep ; I feH ik> symptom of decay, I nave do cause to mourn n<? weep; My foes are impotent aa.l shy, My friends are neither falte nor cold, And yet, of late, I often sigh? i am growing old! Mygrowiat talk of olden times, My growing thirst f->r early news, My growing apathy to rh) mes, My crowing tow of easy My growing hate of crowds and noise, *y gtowing tear of taking cold, All tail me, in the plainest voice, I'm gowing old ! I'm growuig fonder ol my staff. I'm ^towing dimmer in the eyes, I'm growing faint?-r in my laugh, I'm growing deeper in my *tghs, I ton growing carele* of my drv s I 'm gro.ving frugal of my gold, I'm growing wise, I'm growing?ve?? 1'Si growing old! I see it id my changing taste, I see it in my chnnging hair, I sec it iu my gruwini waist, I see i; in my growing heir A thousand hints proclaim the truth, As plam a? truth was ever told, That, ...

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. — 2 May 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8(JW?AYJ At the Star Building, romsr Pennsylvania awnus and Kr*v+nt\ 3trf*ty By W. D. WALLACII, Wi be tervrd to suhacnbera to the cUiflt of Ww*>. iagtnn, <;? orgetnwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AMD A QUARTER CENTS, payable weokly to Um A*ant?. To uil rakMribert ttoe rotocription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY TENTS ? yeaf in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR I* THREE MONTHS. Q^Siroic corns orb ?crt. VOL. T. ?. r !?* WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY. MAY 2. 1855. NO. 726. THE WEEKLY STAR. St*#' ?T7, P? annum to curat. ? ? ? ? ? ? ?*??' Tea Twraty do... OlT-Ciii, mtiiiiLi im uviici. Single copra (la wrapper*) caa ai the counter, immediately after the puper. Price?Tiut cmt. PorrXArraaa who act aa afeata n roviiDifuion of l?rnit> m> ?-?? . son ? 00 1500 Oturn $20,000 worth Boots & Shoes. SPRING SUPPLY. XEOH HALL BOOT. SHOE. AND TBUNX ESTABLISHMENT Pent orennt, between XnUh and Truth...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 May 1855

KVENING S't \ R. WASHfS^TON CITY: WXOVK8DAT API: N OH May 9 SPIfcll OF TUB YOd?I?a Fd?*P. The Union republishes its exposition (or' ' nelly mad* some months ago) of the bit place of the persons in the service of the Government in ell branches of its busines. This re publication is induced bj the fact that, a false account te the contrary la now bair..; circulated in North Carolina for politic 1' effect The Union also replies to the Intiut. geneer'a " cork tree' joke, which the editor | does not appear to relish takes occasion to say with much vim 'm this connective? " However domestic 'organsbip may ezoite the indignation Df the IuteUigencer, there is something m carrying the burdon of a cham pionship of monarchical ideas, despotic wrong*. Ala the intrigue* of absolute governments, which, no matter how well paid for, and how gratefully remembered. Is too sure to pall' upon the appetite It is a heavy burden at beet; a burden of shame; a very Atlas, even upon choulders so ready to bea...

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. — 2 May 1855

kvkntnq st"a r. 1 Local Intelligence. The Firbmkr's Parade Ybstrrdat ? Washington may well be proud of her firemen as thej displayed themselves yesterday A finer body of young men never turned ont on a ?imilar occasion This 1* sajing much for them, as all the papers of the Northern cities portray the capabilities of their respective fire departments in glowing colors The oc casion was an honorable one: that of formally welcoming into the department tba new Western Hoae Company. We are an old fireman, and cannot hear a machine's bell tingle without "snorting," at it were. We hare seen the fire departments of every con siderable city in the Union on parade, from Portland to Galveston. Yet we have never Seen a more promising company than this Western Hose, of Washington City, on their first parade They are, for the most part, quite yoang men, healthy, manly, active, intel gent, and emphatically American in their ap pearance. Their uniform is neat and appro priate ; and they seem to ent...

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. — 2 May 1855

TRKAStHK.t*? STATEMENT, tAo amount at kit credit in it* Trsasur*. with as.n*tatit treasurers and dsstg >vwd depositaries, and in th* Mint a^ul bmneJtss, hy rttirn.% received to Monday. April 23, IdAo; th* im?m for which drafts h-ave heen issusd, but were then unpaid, arid 1^0 anuiuvt rh*n r+nvuning *uhject to draft Skowin/r, also, tke amount of future trans for* to mud from deposit'tries, a* or/bred by iUs Serrstary of the Treasury In what plaea. Treasury of the United State*. Washington, D.C Assistant Trwiturer. Boston, Ma**achtutett8.. Assistant Treasurer, New York, New York Assistant Treasurer. Philadelphia Pennsylvania.. AMUtart rwuarcr, Charleston, South Carolina Assi -tant Tre:isurer, New Orleans, Louisiana Assistant Treasurer. St. Ixniis. Missouri J Assistant Treasurer. San Krancisoo. . -$525 815 04 ? Depositary at But??lo, New York , Depositary at Baltimore. Maryland Depositary at Kx-titn<>nd, Virginia Depositary at Norfolk. Virginia- -.3,467 35 Depo?itary at Wilmln...

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. — 3 May 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AJTERSOOS, (EXCETT HtfNDAY.) At ths Sftr JivifHivjf, ronMr Pfnr.rytqixnui ?fWVUM ?*d E'*r*ptk Mtr+*t, *y W. 9. irALI.ACH, Will be wrr?d in f?b#rrjhw in t'i* rilif* of Wa?h> lAgma, Gwrj?*to*-nt Al-xatsdrii, Raltisuorr Hrd <u 81X AN I) A QUARTER CENTS, payihLe wrekl* to the Agrnta. To mall aobscribera the rabKriptlnn price i? THBEE DOLLAES AND TlPTY CEXTii a year ia adeanct, TWO DOL LAOS Ibr HIT MONTH*, and ONE HOLLAR ?* THREE MONTHS. CC?"Si'w?L* corns o*l VOL. V. WASHINGTON, , THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1855. NO. 727. THE WEEKLY STAR. Th(j exeelkBt Fajully an J Kean JoaraaJ? taiamf a grcmi* ruirtj of interring reading Mu.a can be found ia any oibrr?to p?biub?d on ftautrday nta, ^?D|lfl f.iry, pv anruni .. to rvraa. Twenty do li W 09" CkfO, IJTVAtlASLT i* AOtAUCB. QtJ- fljntfa eop? ? ;in wrapper#) can be procar^ *? Muntff, Immediately aftu tbe tnae of '??? pep?*. Price?-mti rijrrt. PotTHAomw * Ik> act ar agenta wui be ?3owad ? crHtimiwoB of t?run ?? ?* ...

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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. — 3 May 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON PITY: THURSDAY AFTFBIfOOIT M*y 3 AOZSTS FOB THE SIAS. The following persona are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pettingill & Co., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palmer, Scollay's Building. Adyietisemexts should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may c it appear until the next day. g?ntir or ths moesihg prejs. The I*teUig*mcer, insisting en the right of Spsin to verify the character of vessels car rying the American dag. says : "We profess to have a respect as sincere 1 ;r toe fi ig of oar country as any of those who citim for it all exemption from all question at Kta. Bat until It shall have been proved that ttat Uig has never floated over vessels falsely a turning to belong to the United S.ates. we irast be permitted to have our opinion, in f^itecf tne labored sophistries of the official ;< urnal and its kindred p...

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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. — 3 May 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Mcftic at tub Capitol -?Wo in ay safe'y ;iv that thouf auds of persons repaired to the Cap. itol ground- weet aide, yesterday afternoon. to (ttendthe first concert of the season by the Marine Bend- Tbe musichns were in fall ?Ire*, nod arranged atacirculer row of aUnda within one of the beautiful marble ba*ins nn tc? encloaure The trees and the grass olothel in "living green," (the latter like velvet to the feat.) flowers in fall bloom emitting their Jtsgraoce, and the noble national council hwase looming in the distance, the very macy listeners and promenade** of all agea and oondltlona, constituted a scene in the extreme baeutiful and worthy of a painter a skill. There the bachelor fondly geied on f-male beauty, and the fair ones, perhaps did not al together disregard the tender glaneea. The little folka, in hand carriages or in the nurds' arma, were evidently delighted with the melo dy as well as the p'easantly exciting scenes. Care was banished f...

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. — 3 May 1855

EVENING STAR. SOSG OF LABCB: THE MIlTCTt nr J SWIFT. I 1>? pattern sky fc blushing red, Th- distant hil?-t?-p Rlo?in:r; Tin? l>rf?o* it murmwing 10 its M, * in i< i? frohca f* mi.'g ; 'Hi tint-.' the pirkax* .ind th* vpade And :rcn "torn" wrr- ringing; \r. i wttli Iv 4, ttw m<>untiin stream, A *oug of libor singing. The mountain air u> cool ?n1 firsh, lr:ic!'>u-1 1 nVr a?; llr- id r,?crrat rich ?? hi-Men $o!.l, Li ? t'ni|?u::;Jj before u*; T' ?n Imht!} pl> the p;rk aid sp-d* vv'rtii ?:u-w? ^trnnff and iu*ty ; A gotdcn 4 pil*"ij qu.ck^y iuid?-. VVh*iefcr daiiy* are ' dm!y." v.> a-k no m.ic Mldaa' wand. Nor wizard rod divinine; "i'h ? pickax**, -p'?d<' and brawny hand Axe JO?ccxcf? hi miu'C V.V t' l for ?;n?d an 1 >f ll?w 50U, A'o bons? bank wot** taking: T !.an^ h? trust, thongf] -rowing o'd ?Vif! beifrr piy by eitt^ i.:xr.. Thtn? ip r.o m.ni'irr life than ou.a, A hff .it id iJm- monntain*, \\ frost the tnli-aide, rich in gold, Arf f? i !l. x>|<...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 May 1855

- THE EVENING STAR Published every afternoon, (EXCEPT SUNDAY J At th* Star Building, comer Pennsylvania av*r"9 and Efmnntk ftrtM, By W. D. lTALLACH, Wl be ?"r?*d tn wthsrrPxrs in the clUee of Wastv In-too, C^nneiown, AlcxmnArva, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at 8IX AND A QUARTER CENTS, . pnyable weekly tn the A?enU. To mail aubecribera the MbaeHpckm price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In glana, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR K* THREE MONTHS. {^-Simci ooaiaa on ciav. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY. MAY 4. 1855. NO. 728. THE WEEKLY STAR. T*i* ezcrUaat Family and Newa J tninirc a freater variety of intercatfof can b^ found in any other?4* pnbtiahed on mai. Sfc-gle copy, per annum ? ??????# ??tia a imiMtwai TO ClrTM. Fire crp** Ten do Twenty do....... ???????? ?????? ????????? . m - BM> .UN fthtifH, IKVIRUIIT IM lOVHCl. Ct?" Single copic* (lc wrapper*) can be at the emitter, immediately afar tM hm of paper. Price?maia cmrra. ro?TJ**artRe who act as ag?-ntt wtB...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WAS1IINGTON 01T Y: IBMV AJriiBNiON May 4 AGZXTS FDS THE STAR. The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmir, N. W. corner of Third anl Chestnut streets. New Tork?S. 11 P?tti2,*gill & Co., I' r-ssan street. Boston ? V. B. Paljob, Eeoliay's 13jilding. /vdtb&~i:?b?skt3 should be handed in ly 1C o'clock, 31., otherwise they may d 3t appear until the next day. ? AFlZiT 0/ THa 3naH13fQ PSSS3 ate lntcUige?ctr h emused with the growl i?,7 of our friends of the New Yoik Sun over their dsippoictmenf. in hading that, after all, the Administration doe3 not dejign counte naacki'* titlibustcrism. The Sun is indignant ?? bein^ "fooled ' in this matter Its editor rhcuid cbide his own hope3. and the efforts o? j uru~.li<L pjmpath:iic? with him to dictate a r 'icj to the governin?nt of the United ? ;-'e* in thi^ comcxion All ifs disappoint* r nt ari:;s ftcu thi3 scurc?, not from any thing act a a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 May 1855

KVKNING STAR. Local Intelligence. MruDKR's Ora^d Festival?Tboegh the rai* VM heavily falling last night, the Nc* tional Theatre was filled wl'h a g*y, joyous and delighted company to witnetn the pro* ceedings attending the grand exhibition nod May ball, arranged by Professor Mander with rare ta?te and at great expense; the worthy proprietor being determined to produce a sceae which could not fail to be in the highest de gree a'traotire to the lo??n of the innocent amusements announced. The arrangement* were on the moat extec riTe and lioeral scale. The parqaette ?n floored over from the entrance to ike foot of the stage, throwing the entire theatre into an immense ball room, which was decorate 1 in gorgeous style, and bri'iantly lighted with gas The throne for the Qaeen cf May, (Miss Mary Marron.) and her maids of honor, wis elected on the b**k of the stage. ornamented with flowers and banners, and eurrounded by scenes of " fairy land " Ihe proceedings attending the coronation were ...

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