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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 16 May 1855

EVENING STAR. IABOE A WD BEST. ?Two hand* tipnn the bi*ait, and labor I* put." Russian Pr*9*rh. "Two hand* upoa the breast, Aa<i labor'* done; Two pale f?et crowed in reet? Tbe race is won. Two eyea with cotn-weighta shut, And all tears cea?e ; Two Hps with irief are male. And wrath at peace." So pray we oftentimes, mourning onr lot: God m bis kindu sr answerer: not. "Two band? to work aidref?ed. Ayefor Liis praise: Two feet that never rest, Walking His ways; Two eye* that look above, Sail thro' a ! tears; Two lips that breathe but love. Nevermore fears." So cry we afterward*, low at our Inees? Pardon thoiw erri :g prayer*?Father, hear the**; ! Child's lNFLr*NCB.?An English lady of respectability resided, for a few years after becoming a widow, with her little son, in one of the chief cities in Canada The child had been faithfully instructed in the elements of Chi istian faith. lie was about four years of age, very lovely and promising, and greatly carcssed by the fellow boarders...

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. — 17 May 1855

Ithe evening star Bublisheu every afternoon, iBXCErr Sunday.) /it th* Star JfmtJing, rom*r Prnntyivama | mrenvn and Eleventh street, R y W. D. WALiACO, ITiU be rm-d to fiibscriber* in the cities of Waab Inr'in, G-^orjctown, Alexandria, Baltimore and fht)a?le!ptiia, at FIX and A QUARTER cents, titrable weekly to tl?e Agents. To mail *ab*crib?r* jm aabecription price if THREE DOI.LARS AND FIFTY cents a year in adranr'. two DOL LARS for SIX months, and one DOLLAR for three MONTHS* fty-StaeL* ropiu on cairr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1855. NO. 739. THE WEEKLY STAR .Hiw eicvtlent Family and New* Journal taming a greater variety of iatemating can be found ia any other?la puMiabedoe Saturday nun. Pmtfo copy. p*m moon... -.....^1 fij TO CbDII. ^ coplea.,?.#. *1?. ?????? ....??...........mi... ? ? - ?? ? ????.. ...,M M IHI..( mmm* . ? Twenty Ho I ~.U<W O'T-Ca^B, IWTi Ri iBLT I* aDVaNCS. CC^ Sin^tlc copie* (iq wrapper*) can be pmcar* I at the count! r, imm -(Lately after...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TH1T2SDAT ATrSfcH^ON May 17 AOPMS FOB TVXB RTAK. a Le following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Slur: 1'hiiadelphia?V. B. Palm**, N. W. czmer of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pktttnotll & Co., r?asno street. Boston?V. B. Palxii, Scollay'a Uoilding. zy AorsETiaiKUTTS should be banded u by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may cat appear until the next day. K?rRH or thz MoamuG prmmm. The Union p. rtiiDU its read en this morn ! g mi h aa elabjrato sad interesting history cf the current controversy be ween the postal depfi-tireat of Britain and the United Statee ?i h ref recce to the rates of pamphlet and in a g? tire postage between the two countries, so i dcsciibee the content for the Governor rb'p "f Tttrt'sea between Oor. At drew John. sonaadM P Gentry. T e ht-tUignncsr says of the legislation of Mass ichasetts, designed to nullify the fugi tire slave 1 iw : **Fanaiiciim is in fnll swing io...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 May 1855

r evrning star. "1 * -? ? Local Intelligence. Ties#! in vbicb Tat Puilio ai Oo* ! CIK5K9 -Amrng tbe maay nice thing* which ?d'o'tued for Mia In our columns are Oautier'i sparkling eugar. (which, when mi*. ? ?Tf ^t#T' 1*,rds * r?frMbiag bevaruga > ?SLV?1* wat*' ?nd ?areerarilla meed while the lovareof Rhenish and French wineel jHer hear, and other luxnriei, will be direct*! p Pennsylvania area a a, oprosit. Brown ? hotel. Oar Seventh Werd friend* ?aa be anpplied with tnoarior soda water bv Mrj. P. follieofbr ad vert ires that aha h 1TV1*:? ladiM *nd children 1 *?" of embruideriDg hair md fine Media work; aad Amelia Pribram 4 Sister S'lhifr ** l4di" thmt have open ?H i-tt' Ud?7 booiets W H Smoot Georgetown, likewise praeants an th# "PP'y^fof ?*? ?---if" *? Metsr* Pr C Reiohenback and J. F E:ii? ?evarally acqaaint the publio 'hat they have on hand varieties of saparior pianos?old and Mf 0Q68. Cleggett, Newton, May A Co., have an ex ??naive e sortment of aoctioa bargains ia fcreee go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 May 1855

EVE [fo* Tiir st*w. THE FIREiKlT Ke^peet/ully dedicated to tkt Western lion Company. II *w solemn the filing ib*t over Ue steal* In the da?knes* and gloom of night, When aPHmni from car sleep bv tue rtninons peals Of the xir*f b?-ll ; when the red light Flashes fitfully up in the murky air As if it would pierce the sky, And th? rirt mn'i shont in borne to otir ear Hy the blast rushing wildly by. When the watchman's cry from his distant l?eat Faintly fail ?ton the drow?y ear, Ard the hurrying feet in the ech*>m* strcrt Can be h* ard d net and clear. For, perchance, there are aching and tAarftil eyes X w vratchiug a bun.log home From squallor's low roof the flames may arise? Or from splendor's stately dome. Eat dreadiul alike, whether palace or cot, f all* a pr<-y to consulting lire i IVhtl t thousandsare tbrongln; around the fpot, Act the struggling tSamra asp re T<> btir*t or o'rrieap the tottering wall Winch iVebly restrains their mi^ht; Ar.d the rafters fall, an i the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY. MAY 18. 1855. NO. 740. THE EVENING STAR PI BUSHED RVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) Ai tA4 Star building, cnmgr P$nrviylvania mvenn and Eleventh ttrtu, ? y W. D. 1TALL4CI, ma be KrN to unhieribera In the cftiee of W?*> taxton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS payable weekly to the Agi-nta. To mail iub?:ribenl the subscription price la THREE DOLLAR8 AND FIFTY ( EVTS a y?*r in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fcr THREE MONTHS. 0<?-3i>.ol? con., on U. S MARINE BAND. TH?i!KTS!!l W(*H? i?*n? the rilv ihit ?uha.and the pubic gene s' at^V"111 lhe Marine ??TackF, ?r at h? residetice, on E, between 9rh and |Oth ?u. Hitz's Musi* Depot, they can obtain the services of the Marine Bind, or a portion of it either as a bra?j. r*ed or eotillon nana, which will embrace Loui* WeberV unrivalled V*lty' p- SCALA, ? onductor and Leader of Marine Band. _ap ??lm? SPRING "and"SUMMER GOODS! JOHN H 8M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON PITY: TBI? AY AFrKBHODW *ay 18 ACE^Tf FOB THE ftTAB. The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palwee, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pwtinoill Jb Co., Nassau street. Boston? V. B. Palmkr, Scollay'a ii jilding. 217* Acy?aTis**Kjrr3 should be handed ir by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may t;t spptar until the next day. ?.?n;rr 07 thz noaxisa phzcs. lie Uuto*, dirccssing the Euuiqucstioc, ?ejb with jraat lore?: ?? If tba abolitionist* of M&ssaobusctta Hai crgarlz-d en arintd expedition to move into Kit:?a- for tL? avowed purpose of mikiEg it a I'rio S < i State thoy would not have been guilty of a icro pilpable violation of the truo intsnt and spirit < f the la* than they actually were in tLeir tff>rt, by the u.e of incorporated wealih, to import into the Territory such abo J-'iotis's p* would dedicate Kansas to perpetual Freo Soili<m It wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Wills, thk Cojtict ? Decision in th? CabCase.?W# h?ve heretofore pubiah?d the petition of William Walls, to the honor, able Judges of the Circuit Court of tba United StatA for the District of Columbia. setting forth that be was convicted of murder at tba December term of tba Criminal Court for the oouuty of Washington, District of Columbia, (a soa of Mr. Mundall.of the marina corps, being the victim,) and was aenteaced by said court to be hung on the 331 of April, 1852, cn which day the President ot tb? United States granted him a pardon of the rff?noe of which ba was convicted, " upon condition that ha be imprisoned daring bis natural life?that is, the sentanca ot death is hereby c )tnmut*d to Imprisonment for l.fa in tba penitentiary at Washington;" Wells, in tba conolnaion of bis patitioa, said, '? being duly informed by coun sal learned in tha law that the aaid pardon ia absolute, and the erudition invalid, ha prays Che writ of htbsas cvpus may ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

EVENING STAR. Hiss.?"The pages of oar to-day's his torr will be fall of Hiss" said old Roger, throwing doini tho paper he had beert reading." "Can you tell me," said he, why the present time is like a certain stage in a woman's life? " This was asked of the Brahmin Poo-Poo, who wa? watching throngh the window Ike's ef forts to inveigle a cat into a slip-noo?e hung over a hole in the fence. The Brahmin, as he stroked his long beard, said by the power of Buddah, he could not tell tor the life of him. It fS because it is the Iliss-torical period." Mrs. Par tington, who was darning a stocking, laid it down in her lap, and raised her needle to a perpendicular, like a lancc in re?t. "Did you evtr sec sich deings?" said she, "it seems as if folks had eat shame and drank arter it. There don't seem hardly virtue enough in our house of reprehensibles to save 'em from the fate of Sodom and To-morrow. Only look at 'em," continued she, with her eyes on an imaginary conclave somewhere near the ce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

Supplement to Evening Star. WASHINGTON, MAY 18, 1855. ap??o?riatio*?-mw omen, *?. PTAIEMXNT8 &HOWIN1? L Ap roprtaltona m?de <* urlng the seecr d m?Ion ol tbe Thirty tidri Coogrees II crea'wl aod the sal aria* thereof ' III. 1 h- cflle?t tbe aalarlee of whleh have been lB*reKed, wih the amount 6t tu'hln r*aee,durirg the mm p-riod. Prepared un4?f the direction of th? Secretary Of the filiate and the Clark or the Hoom of R?pre eentatm*, ia compliance with the rixth secton of the w a -t fr) aathorixs th* appointment of addi ttonl paymaster*, and for other purposes" ap proved July 4,1888 1<?APPBOPRIATION9 MATiR DURING THE SfCOND SISSION OF TUB THIRTT TJihD C0NGRIS8 By the a-t to prtvide for tbe eat'cguintment c] th? title ot tbe Cblppiwa ltd ana to the lands owned and k) tlMB in the Territory of Minn* eota and State ot Wisconsin, and f>r their do meetieation and civ.l sation To enable tbe President to canae nego tiations to be entere-l into vitb tbe Chippewa Indiana for the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

FOR TIM SINUAL PURPOSES Of THK BUILDING CORNER Of F AND SEVENTEENTH STREETS fir compraMtico ef copfriDtewlfBt, fScr ?%fcomen, and two laborer# * r - hQ)tfliag ????<??????????? ?????????00 Tor repairs >nd impr rements............. 10,Sfc3 40 For tu-l and r-ompenaat on of Iremen... l.Mt to For ooBtinjfn' expense* ............ 1,400 00 NAVY DEPARTMENT. For oompeujation of th?- S -eretary of the Navy, and the cleik j, u eseesgrr, assistant m-s^eng-r, and laborer la Ma c?* 20 2W6 00 For compensation of the chief of tbe Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrogra phy, and tb? clerks DtONgtr, and laborer in his office. 12,816 00 For c.mpensatic? ot the ch'ef of Bu reau of Nary^yaid* and Dock , and ibe civil "n^in^tr, c erks, m-saeng'r, and labor*! in bis ? flflc - 17,092 00 For compensation of the chief of tbe Burear, of Consh action, Equipment, and *:epairs, and ol tbe engineer-la c^ief, ?nd I be clerks, messenge , and _ lab^rm in bis offl<v 80,793 00 For comp^B 'atioa ot the clerks, gar, aa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

plied tor ?rr iels, machlcery, tools aid labor fornishrd In painting c?M boat* 1,?M II To afrthorlre *he Secretary tt tb? Treasury to. cansa to b? eon smeted the following buildings: At Burlington, Vermont, a marine hoo piUi - 16,000 00 At Wilmington. No.-th Carolina, a ma rre? hospital, inc'alTng 4 pest hi use for the S'parete accommodation of pa tieata with contagiosa and infte'lre diessses .. _ 40 000 00 To cover the compnasatlon of archi tect*, auperiniendenta, advertising and other cmt'Bgeut fXfen?es, and to much u may be required t) pur chase suitable site* fbr said build legs. [Indefinite.] Fwf the baildingcf a light hn?e on the - government re ervatkm 4' Mlnceso'i r?iat, near the h*ad of Lake Supe rior, in the Territory of Minnesota... 14 000 00 For the oons'ructio j of two light h 'laee in California?one at Creccaat City, and one at Triaitj Bay?fifteen thousand d.'llara each, should the fx wCary of the Trearary decide that *ald l Bht hou*?a were nece eary ifi?r proper exami...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 May 1855

08AO?r ror of tw?ntr in*t*lm?vt*, as muity, la m ney or otbarwiw, Dfr h?ooBiJ articls treaty elarm'h ? Januare, -ightaen hundred andthir ty-a n*. *>,000 00 Fer ?ip teenth o| twea y icatalments for two uni'h's e^tabibhrnrate, per ??ronl a ioti rr?*?ty eleventh Janu ary hundred and tfcirty Per interest ou Mtty-oiiie thaound c ? hun ir..U tn i tweu'y dollaaa. at fivppT rontons, being the valre of fifty-fin r secti as el lacd s*t apa;t, aeeond J_nu?ry, eighteen hundred and twenty-five, for elur-ati nal pur poses per ?aio resolution, nine teenth .'anuay, tighten hundr'\ and thirty eight. ? T'0*S ANB MIMOCftlAB. to ili? lirrt #f thrw it^.tinKnU, M M* unity. >n motley t>r c'irrsite, per 'o.i h artiafa tr^a^y trft-^nth Matah. ^ *-iKbt"??n hundred an? u/ty four F(>rfintrf instalment* 'or pay of ra< i r, ;wr seventh artcle trea'.y fif M*r.ii. >ight ea hunirtd and fifty ft ur * F-j; f r-t ot Sn instalment* fur black* *r>.ith s.iid arsiauxt. per seventh arti \r treaty fift"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., v SATURDAY, MAY 19. 1S55. THE EVENING STAR PI BUSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, _ (EXCEPT SUNDAYJ AX the Star But/ding, eom*r Penns^/vania V" Eleventh rtrtet, rpT W. I>. WALI,ACH, 23?* ***** * nh9etf^? ?n the cltle. 0r Wmh Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at BIX AND A QUARTER CENT8 ****** weekly to the Agent.. To mall robneribar^ th^bwnpunnprtcetoTnREB DOLLARS AND FJ CENTS ? y*ar In advance, TWO DOL LARS ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR far THREE MONTHS. con.. 05. OCWT. u-8 marine band. J mSSnZLZTI! Ifrform lh? that h/univi t fc ^ the 1>uh'.ic gene or at his re.id. hrV v ? 11 lhe Mann* Barrack., rmt or h? ' . E' b*>tw?*n 9?h and IOth at. ^r'cnn oh,.^" I,,,ba< * "'ta's Music Depot. r?nn? theeerv.cr, of the Marine Banrt.o? ba id which ?. i?ei k' 43 ? bra**, reed or cotillon W? >4, which win cmbrace Loui. Weber> uncalled " p Ofll A ?p 3a^l'r?*ndUCl0r "?* L'adef Marine'B'and. M - A CARD. m Eronomy w the raad to wealth." ?.?!ltrRed1lcti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 May 1855

KVF.NING STAR. % WASHINGTON CITY: SATURDAY AFTEBlTOOlf *ay 19 AtaEftT* FOR THK *TAB. The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. c -rner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbttingill k Co., Nassau street. Boston ?V. B. Palmkh, Scollajr's Building. XT* Adykrtisbmbkts sbvuld bo handed i:. by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise tbey ma7 1 it appear until the next day. THE WEIXLY STAB For the week ending to-day, coctaing its usual variety of new3 from all parts of the United State; and the world The subscription is only ne dollar and twenty five cents a year. Single eopits, in wrapper;, can be obtained at tbo ccunter of the Star?three cents each. S tLilT 0? XHf. HZt.r.iflt IZjlZ* The Union replies to arguments in favor of Know Nothingum, published in the New York llfrald and Louisville Journal. The Intelligtnetr moralises over the rapid. I j increasing expenses of the (Government, and calls to min...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 May 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Bad Bots ?It is always a source of regret for us to speak of the misconduct of juveniles. Morals are never improved by boys congre gating at night. The younger ones do not ftil to be influenced by their older associates, and mischief is most always predominant. In ad dition to the annoyances whioh they ocoasicn te the residents in the immediate neighbor hood of their disreputable operations, they aoquire bad habits which seriously affect their growing years for fatnre usefulness Would that the rising generation could appreciate their present advantages for mental and such other instruction as would fit them for honor able positions in Moiety in the time to come While we are far from eaying that boys who congregate in the manner to which we have referred 11 will come to no good," we do nain tain in the language of Scripture, that "evil communications conupt go?d manners."? Henoe the danger In addition to juvenile delinqu^nces hereto fore mentioned, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 May 1855

NEW AND SECOND-HAND HOUSE PUBLISHING ESTABLISHHENT, - 395 Peun*jr1vn' ta avenue, Bttwn f ?r ami a-half tt*4 fifth it*-, ?. iWi, \*^HERE will be kept constancy on band a large \ I anj excellent a*s<irtn'e t. ( f all li. t?!s of housekeeping good*] such aa ? Parlor and Chamber Furniture, BeriJfaMsJte Ua#en?tvare, Gbmnn, Tinware, Wood and Wil lowware Table OMlery Carrots, Cooking Utensil* Clocks. Looking GI?.??>' a. Lamp-, he. Ml of whi-h will !>?? sold at the lowest possible price* for ca-h or good p*per. may 8-eo9w . J. K. McGRECOR. WaLTSR D. r>?VIOGK. fRRI^TftPHIR I VOLE. 9 DAVIDGE & INGLE HAV IVG furtiH' i a cm p*rtnrr*t>ij> will practice law in tin.* L?fc;nan I tdj^uau States, may 17?eo2w PLFASURE TRIPS TO THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. The Steamers GEO. WASII llNQTON or THOS. COLLYER otD tx clta.-ti fcil for public or select parties to vis;i tl:e White House J'avilir.n, Mount Vernon, Fort Washington, or other > laces on the river. Th White |lou?t Pavihon is ww...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON MONDAY, MAY 21. 1855. NO. 742. THE EVENING STAR I PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (MCEPT BUIfDAT.) At tk? Star Hwtldmg. comer f?Muy>'<wu av+nit* and E'm**tk rtr?4t, By W. D. WilLiCH, Wdl be vn^ to subaeiibete in the citiw of Waafv liftMi, Georgetown, Alerandrta, Baltimore and, PnlartelpMa, at BIX AND A QUARTEI CENT8, p-irable weekly to Ibe Agenta. To mail subscribers r a subscription price is THRES DOLLARS AND PIPTY CBNT8 e yea/ !n advance, TWO DOL LARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. Q^BmoLt con a* on CXHT. A CARD.?LOOK HERE! -1 Wii'fT.? ?f ^??od things or this life and r. -^ 1Z?* yon may obtain at leant ,?T ? Thankiul for past favor*, I would }<? continuance of th" same dnr n? ?ii ?k? .. S jrnm,ir I *?n prepaid to furnish all who will give me a call with the sweet anrl cnol t in my lite at ?bnr notice. buoh aa ice Cream*, Water Ices, of all flavors, Schariotte Reuae, Bianrmang-, lie Cakea of all kinds Also, don,e',t>: P""ta and Confection...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MOWrAY AJTOllfOOlf ^.May *1 AtJKWTf* FOR TBK "TAB The loll owing persons are authorized to oontrmct for the publication of adver tisement# in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmw, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pwttingill & Co., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palms* , Sool lay's Building. OCT* AovnTiSBMPVn should be handed hi by 12 o'clocV, M., otherwise they may b'ft appca- until the next day. s?irit op mx tout mo p&??g. The Union inouIc%tes moderation on both sides in disposing of the Kansas qusalion After deprecating the origin*! a.tempt ef New England to abolitioaisc the new territory, the editor 1171: " It was under this conviction that we de counccd with earnestness the inauguration of the nbclirion scheme of influencing the result in Kau*a- by means of the Massachusetts Aid Company. We saw then that such a more rncnt wonld necessarily produce measnres of o;unteraction on the part of southern men on the borders of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 May 1855

EVENING STAR Local Intelligence. _V abiboatbd Marble fro* Timait We are pleased to leant that a vessel arrived *rj Saturdav, rrom Charleston, Tc n k *?? of fbi* ao?t beautiful marble ' 11 h? attracted the attention or a lane number of marble dealers, and is bj all m? mSSHf1 !*? ?08t,eI#??Dt artiole of the kfnd jdther foreign or domestic, fhij marble i to arts. W? ,h? ???? A Tasssm aa5a?=??=,A5Sr c~t foreign marble now in use, s.5m 1 5""' ?=P?nor u ?n, 0,t.r * Sr2."#',^"4,-itk --Moo. found i? rJh ,n 0UT COOD*r7? which is so Thl JT"^"4 **''???'?' r~o?to?r th. deI?y in transporting ha! to K- a ? /*' 0WID* t0 th? TlMt tt?l " , a*.J to a port where it can be luKSS' Vl h* ?reeki aDd riTeri in the 2?cioity of the quarries are at only oertain seasons in a condition for the removal of the material. _____ Scbdat School Oblbbbatiob ?This after boob, the lovers of the 8abbath Schools will ?? highly gratified with an assemblage of "lit r* ?the fatare men and women of the Refb^lle?at the Smithson...

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