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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 May 1855

EVENING STAR. AH raroiHAL LOVE STORY He struggled lu kiss her. Sba 'trnggied the ssm To prevent him an hold an<l undaunted; Rat, as smitten by lightning, be heard her exclaim, "Anuof sirand off be avaunted. Bat when he returned, with the fori hi k laugh, Showing clearly U at he waa affronted, And threatened by maJn fbrce to carry it aff, She cried ,4 Dout!" aad the poor fellow dented. Whan be meekly approached, and rot down at her ieet Praying load ? ho lore he had ranted, That she woald fonrive him, and try to be aweet, And eaid, " Cant you 4he dear girl recanted. Than softly he wbwpered?"How could yon do tot I certainly thought I was jUted, But <-ome thou with me, tn the parson we'll go: ?a?, will thou, my dear.1" en J ahe wilted. Then gaily he took her to sec her new borne? A ahamy by no meant enchanted? "See here we can live with no longing to roam.'" He said. u Shan't we, my dear f* to thay ahan tied: , JVBTICB A*D THE KlTOLVBK ?W? find the fbllowing jeu d'uyit in tha New...

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. — 22 May 1855

-i. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY. MAY 22. 1855. NO. 743. 't??aa???? - (*IC*PT ?OWDAV.) ' Al *4 Star mrmr Fmt^, T ****** <r*d E'ewuA Hmt, ?7 w. ?, WAtllcn, wiu be W*nr*4 to auhecriben ta the el tie. nf w?*>. AlH"nd?< Baltimore and P uledelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS piyable w^kly u> the Agent.. To mail subscribed T"EEE ?*?"?? **n FIPTY CENTS a year to admnc*. TWO DOT to "hrkh moH?ST8; and OVE w^llar tor THREE MONTHS. Ofr-Swau conu 0*i ullT. . A CARD?LOOK HERE! A we LTvont-h,00d thinfS ?f thi" ,ffr "d ?me ofTh^ ^K, W^e;VOU obuln "{>*>?? siLSsr^ for pMt faror-- * t^. ^n?iV ^u nt,naance of the tame dur nc ali whn ??!! 8ummor 1 *m prepared to furnish *!, R ? *' fnr* me ? c?" with til* sweet and cool ,** T^erares in my Una at sbor notice. Such a* ??-rena|m*' Waler lC"> <* ?" P charlotte Keuaa, Blancmange, kc Cak's of a'l kind*. Also, foreign and dome?ti* Priiita and Confectionery. gen ?njljy kept la well regulated establishments of the Fameolar attention...

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. — 22 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: TUSSDiY AFfEKIJOOBf ..Kay 22 ACEMN FOB TDK STAB. The loll owing persons arc authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Pal*ib, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pkttlnoill & Co., Nassau street. ? Boston?V. B. PiLMis, Scollay's Building. [T7* AnvrariSBjfBKTs should be handed in Ly 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may fiJt appear until the next day. C?I2TT OF TH2 M323I50 PEMg. Tho Union twin the Whigs of Tennessee for supporting Col. Gentry for Governor, the Colonel having repudiated wbiggery with great gcs.o and emphasis in the canvass of 1852. The Union a!;o speculates over the discontin uance of the siege of Cuba by the Spanish au thorities of the island, lhe editor insists that Concha did not resort to hi3 late extreme ir.ec_3urer throcgh fear of an invasion from the United States. TLe Union furthar cxpos.a, with great power and effect, the hollownees of the pre tcnce that ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 May 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. City ComciLi ?The Board of Aldermen met yesterday afternoon, at the usual hour, Mr Prerident Hill in tbe chair. The Chair laid before the Board the Mayor's veto of the bill for the ralicf of Isaac Ten Eyck ?re taming the said bill unsigned?fo indem nifj him for losses growing oat of hit contract for numbering the bou*es in this city. Oa motion of Mr. Borrows, the said bill waa laid on the table temporarily. A communication was laid before tbe Board fr>m the Washington Atherteam. (a Washing ton city literary society.) through A Loyd, tf W. Woodward, and John II. Tucker, commit tee, asking for the use of the chamber of the Board one evening in eaoh week; referred to the police committee. A bill from the lower Board appropriating $300 for the improvement of Third street in the Fourth Ward, and one appropriating $400 for the oarual repairs of streets, avenue*. Ac , li the First Ward, were referred to the im provements committee Mr Beed reported from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 May 1855

EVENING STAR. "THI ICHOOLEA8TEB ABROAD" fThe follow! .g waa picked up in the road* log r~oo of one of oar principal Hotel?, where It hid been suffered to fbat about "looee" bj the transcriber,?who mast be an admirer cf " ViUihina end hij Dinah!" Wajhisotow Citt D C Maj th 7. tis of A rich m^rchin who in londoa di I dell be bad bat one dnrter an un? mmon nire joanj her i?ne It ws* diner ?reree siztene yarse oil Willi A werj T<-rj large fuuioo la ulrer and gold) coreat as diner Tat wracking the gardin one day her papy r e ram>t to her and thus he di<t say gn d'?*s ? our aHf diner in georeu A ray and take your *elf A husband bolb galant and g?y) con 0 papv O papy i have not made io marry Jmt >et why i dont feal incline io you my lar^e foarton 1 gia tly giv O if you let me live single A year or tow mace) eon f ?? ro boldest dorter the parant ?? p id- if yo-j woni b this young man* brirt i II give your large - fob run to tbc nerreat of kin and the e? nd. RoBienr or $3 000 Wor...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. 1855. NO. 744. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) AX tkd Star Bwtidmg, <somm fwnuytNll mvmvs and Blnvmttk Krwt, By W. D. W & LL4QR, WW b? served to aobaeribera In the cttiea of Wait ftogton. Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Fhfladeiphia, at SIX AND A QUARTS! CENTS, fayahle weekly to the Agents. To sail subscribers ?m subscription price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year ia ?*mnee, TWO DOL LARS far SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR THREE MONTHS. {X7~ai*?LB conaa on U. S. MARINE BAND. rE undersigned would respect folly inform the Military, Firemen, Clubs, and the public gene mSy that hy applying to him at the Marine Barrack*, or at his reaid?*hce, on G, between 9th and 10th sts. wt, or by aote at Hilbus h. Hit*'* Music Depot. I Ihey can obtain the wrvtcei of the Marine Band, or a portion of it Cther as a bras-, reed or cotillon head, which wil embrace Loan Weber's unrivalled paity. F. 8CALA, ?Conductor a...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: WEDNESDAY AFTB1W01I May 23 TaCBNTH FOR TnE STAB The following persona are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements m the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palw?, N. W. comer of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbttiikiill & Co., Nassau street. ] Boston?V. B. Palmra, Scollay'a Building. V a i i Ifi - ' " " SPIEII OJ THE MOJMIVe FAJL88. Tb? Union says of tb? Action of the Mtiu chusetts Legislature. in passing the infanaous perioral liberty Mil over the T?to of Goeersor Oardner. ?? " ? ?HJrtvernor Gardner g*rw a tew way o* enacting iiaznlet without the Priaoe. Be screed with hia confederates to re bake their abolition movements, and they agree, no doubt, to let him do so, provided he will give them equal liberty to rehnke him. ilence Hamlet becomes a mere figment of the pieoe, and is overwhelmed by the other characters. The JUft performance of Governor Gardner is to veto the bill practically repealing the fugitive slave law, late...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 May 1855

Local Intelligence. .. ^ Eblioious Movxmsxt ?An effort it bains made in the Protestant Episcopal Churches Id this District, the object or whioh ia to diffuse the teachings and charities of the Church mora extensively than ia now dona to individ ual* and localitiaa in thii District Wa, \fj request, publish tba following "an peal for tha church," which fullj sets forth lha benefits to be accomplished, aod tha means to be employed: ?ue-eeus ?'For tha purpose of providing for aaited aod systematic effort, tha Convention of the Diocese, two yw? tinea, enacted the eaooo far the maintenance and extension of religious worship and instruction. In accordance with 1 this canon, central committees have been ap* J pointed, whose operation!, coextensive with | tha Diocese, are excited to farther the objects of missions, education, and the publication of boofca and tracts. Local committees, acting subordinate!j for the same objects, have been I ? appointed In the sevsril counties of the Dio oere a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 May 1855

EVENING STAR. WITH A eUITAB , rr snttr. The ?Ttw? who thle idol wroujht Tq echo til harmontoua thought, Felled ? tree, while on the ?tiep The winds were In their winter deep, Socked in that repose divine On the wind-swept Appenine, And dreaming, some of Antumn put, And some of Spring approaching faat. And Rome of April buds and showers, And some of song* in July bowers; And all of love; and so this tree? O! that such our death may be!? Died in sleep, and felt no pain, To live in happier form again ; Prom wbich. beneath heaven's fclraat star, Tb? artist wrought this loved guitar, Aad taught it jastiy to reply To all who question skilfully, In language gentle as tbtne own; Whispering, in enamored tone, Bwnt oracles of wood* and dells, Aad mi mm ?r winds in sylvan ceils; For it bad learnt ail harmonies Of the plains and of tba skies, Of ibe forests and the mountains And the mnny-voieed fonn'a<ns. The clearest scboes of the hills. The softest notes of falling rill?, The melodies of &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1855. NO. 745. THE evening star POLISHED EVERY AFTFRNOON, (EXCEPT RITNDAY.) At tMs Star Building, eortur Ptansylv<uua zvnue and Elevantk street, By w. D. WALLACH, Will H* vrv?i in subscribers in the citiei of Wash ?^?trm, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimor. and So laHr'phia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS payabteweekly to the Agent* To mall snbecriher^ I?L^BCriP<i0npriC,,1,THBEB DOLLARS AND Pirry CENTS a year in advene*, TWO DOL I"gU MONTH3? ??<i 0*E DOLLAR ** T0REE MONTHS. O^Simol. conaa o? 9mWTm nvip ?.?? ? MARINE BAND. 1 """.jf "tpe tfully I',form thr v i, tSfc? l firemen, ( luh^.^nd the pub'ic gene ?r at hut reLlrhir*^ M the Barrack*, rewdehce, on E. between 9th and 10th sta. 2Scm Sjsl'1 * ?***? m.,Sc dSiS: ? ?f . th,e *rT,ces of Marine Bandf or LCTft ?J 11 ,eilher a* a bra^. reed or cotton nZ!?? Wlf! embrace Louis Weber* unrivalled p# 8CALA ip30- 1<rJ?duct0r Leader of Marine Band. M w a card] ~~m O'VUOiiay M ?A? r?/?<rf to w*a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 May 1855

hVEXING STAR. WASHlWOTpy CITY: nmu AJISJdT-O* May 84 FOR THE ?TAE Tbe following persons arc authorized to contract for the publication ofeadver tisements in the Stmr: Phila<ielph;a?V. B. Palmkh, N. W. oorner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York? S. M. Pettin?iill A: Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palmkb, ScoUaya Building.' XT' Anv?RTiSKittirT8 should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may cot appear until the next day. s?nrr cr tbz ps?7.s. The Onion argues that Know Nothingism violates the christian principle of charity, an I quotes a letter frrnn Oen. McKea. of Miss issippi. to which that jreatleroan gays that' Know Nothingism. in hi* opinion k utterly powerless ia Mississippi; and gives his reasons for entertaining that impression Tbe Im'rllig'Nfr, eommentins on the ener ergy and fi-mness di?playe<5 by Judj^o Camp bell of the U 8. Supreme Court, in the late trials for filibustering, at New Orleans, says: 44 It is always a source of pleasure to us to hare i* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 May 1855

Local Intelligence. Tub Sbaco* ?Id this budding season of the year, when all nature has pot co its new dress, ard the beauties of the vegetable world vUible, even in oar midst, wherever a tree his bem planted, or a shrub. or Tite has beta lurnished with space to display iU leases and fl >wers, the minds of those who within the limits of a t\>y ha' e ?pent the long nights rvnd dreary days of win cr. respond to th* freih ness of things around, and long for more inti mate association with the grcsn fields and shady forests, without the limits of brick and mortar and dus'y streets. Tho yourg, p-\rti cnlarly, enjoy this relaxation, and thow hav iiig charge of oar schools have been in the habit of taking their pupil* at this season of tr.o year on some ex^U'sion to the country, with * Tiew of gratifying this feeling, and we are pleaded to lea;a that the highly talented and efficient teacher of the Academy, on New York avenue and Fourteenth street, intends to gladden the hearts of hi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 May 1855

vx CDLUMBIA BT TIlfJTBT DWIOMT. CnlumMa, Columbia, to g' ?ry ari?e, The q:i*?*n oi the wort J and the chiM Ot tbe nki* i: TUv gmus ? >mi?aad* thets; wiih rapture behold, Wh if zt" on nfr* thy apirnrtors untoM. Tuy reign m trie t?-i and the iiobl^U of tune ; Most fruitful fiy .-oil. most inviting thy clime; Let th<> criiuta of ibe ?x*t ne'er eacnmaou thy name; Be freedom and acienee, and nrtK thy fanar.. To connu???t nnd nl^n:hter let Europe aspire ; VVii> In i ati*a? in blood and wrap cities m tire ; Thy li?-r?r3 the right* ol niankiri 1 ah.i I defend, And triumph pur-u ? th*m, an i fflory ?tt??nd. A woil.i is thy I. aim; for a wor.,t be thy laws, Enlar^d a* thine eotpire,and juat as thy cause; On free om'? broal ba-ii that empire shvll rn*, Ex.mil with tb? main, anu dissolve wi h the skies. Fair Scienrp her rate* to thy shall onhir, And the cast ire thy morn hide the beanw of her star; N?w h ir.ls and new sates, unnvall'd, shall *onr To fa ne unextinTtrf-b'd when time i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 May 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY. MAY 25. 1855. NO. 744 THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8UNDAY,) At the Star Buifdtng, corner Pennsylvania av*nns and K'tv?ntk itrtnt, Br W. D . HAMACII, Will be nerved to subscriber* in the cities of Wait)* lijton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and P idadelphin, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, ptvable w^klv to the Apntt. To mall subscribers the subscription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIPTY CENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR THREE MONTHS. copiis on OMT. TRKATENT ,MPROVED EYELET M\ First patent?combined on one stock th,00-?' p*t,"nt~*e'f fe?Jinf with eyelet ho:h ldd^lent?Patent "np^ved fastener, riveting All parlies in want of a g ?od Evelet Machine, are t,tr?0^ll?,lecommen4le 1 to Ujc l>ut LIPMAN'S ' ATRffT IMPROVED, which is rtccid^lly the l>est ever brought before the public, possessing numerous advantages, viz: It is stronr, ilurahle and not liable to get out of or der. It punches the hole well,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 May 1855

EVENING STAR WASHINGTON U IT Y: FRIDAY AFTERlffOlf May 25 SPIRIT OF fHS MOKNOO PKFS8 The Union exalts over the prospect of the triumphant election of Henry A Wiie, and argues *o show that "abolitionism and Know Nothingism are the parents of disunion." The lnt?llis*rr*r. commenting on a recent proposal of tbe Pennsylvania Historical So ciety that^tho country shall hereafter observe as a national holiday the anniversary of the adoption of the constitution, says: '?Every demonstration that can be give' cJ devotion to the Constitution is a just trib?^'ie to the wisdom and patriotism that fr* mo(i ft and is a proper appreciation of i?* inestimable value to'every bing we hol^ dear and sacred as a nation. To h<>n<yt it with unwavering fidelity as the borii 0f our Vcion is tbe obli gation of life, d every patriot should be an nrmed sentVoel on perpetual duty to protect it The jiame spirit that commands our ob ?erv^ce of the aonivor*ary ?f the Dcciara tioj Qf Independence should be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 May 1855

''?v"rNTlNG ST A R. Local Intelligence. B**r ?It appears by the rfport of the CEt m?r^et. on Wednesday, that ? c?ntI P?r hundred, as *i<?5 w?k tt>e raHDg PriC0S ?f the pr? ?r^.eKr? "** be? or cattle, a ml thi8 p bably is, in psrt. the cause of enhansed tionV0 eU'huXfent as artificial aa tion now enhances them 8n^ni.?l'? ', ?>nly think, the best cuts of beef selling in ?'iTXSSL* t,T6Bty ce^tg apnanl' 10 i '?2- ?f Washington fhe aJL^Sfll!' rouId fo" * rh? exampl. of ^ * butchers, not to buy cattle cJrHnm UBtw tb? P'10?* ^ball be reduced i iie might goon have occasion to ro ll Uorsk ra a Fix -Yesterday evening, at! bout liz o clock. a bey carelessly drove his horse into the openin. for a .ewer, near the ? F aad streets Ihe cart to ' 2?iiLUSatt10^ '^?d on tha ?id?9 of Lin L I. K Wi2,# th? aR!m,l,> f0r ?om?l minutes, hung by the gearing, which b eaking it was precipitated to the bottom cf the pit-a fevet^fVh lTeIVf ?TJonrt??n from the' levelof th? street. The cart wm at once ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 25 May 1855

EVENING STAR. tourteiw yxab locu?i?. The woods around Eatontoo. Georgia are fall of loeaste, and the continued noise they make is almost deafening. It wands like the distant tinkling of a thousar.d small bells The wing? of these insects are marked with a W, and in olden time it was supposed that this letter foreboded war. The interest which this remarkaol* appearance excites in Chero forth all the powers of the Oeor gia as will be seen by the follow ing effaiion from the Atlanta Repablioan: THE LOCUS. You little red ide lnsex, What sings your song Upon the okes and various # Other trees, making a constant noise Like a steeo inline blowin' night a long ways off, Whar hav you bin sense last I hurd your voices, Some sixteen y?ar* ago? I wunder if you bav Staid ever since under the ground, Buried lhar out of sisht, 1 also wunder, now you h it cum out, What you do tin .J to eat For you dont seem to bav Such appetites as Pharo's insex, And ? at up every green thing. Ef you devour enything...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 May 1855

VOL. V. ^ WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY. MAY 26. 1855. NO. 747. (EXCEPT ?UNDAY.) At tk* 8tar Bxu'ding. emmgr Fmtisyivattia ?w* and 3'nmttk strut, ** "? ?? WALLACE, WW t>e to subscribers in the eitiea of WeA JW", Geormown, Alexandria, Button and at 8IX A*D A WARTEI CENTS, ^yiMewcekl, to the A genu. To mail subscribe? rTJ^JK^^Lpnc* * THRER dollaes AND a ^ ,B "*???- TWO DOL " ?b5L. ioSSSI?-,M 0!,B o01-"* fr THRHB MONTHS. ?H,MLI com. oifi OlfT. TECHILNEBPATENT IMPROVED EYELET MA) s)^7t.f.n.,~Wmb:n,'d an stock Third nJttrTi"1 "^th eyelet both *i,|? pMtw improved fastener, riveting ^lin'sKS,!!? W%n} EyHt Machine, are PVI$&t72w? rJt?!L10 U*IKM bat LIPMAN'S ED' wh,ch '? d*cMe<My the beet ?dvonSJ??,lbe Public' PO'^ng numerous J antl not ,iah,e *? f*t not of nr ??d I.,hPho^ w'"? *"d to m the E,e? rldV ^.rr?00" c,in<**? th?" K^let on both ko^reJlrrT?^ *" thc ?Hl"n kc- not turned over to clinch the Eylet a ^ ^g&ff U |?e rj"* *>? "ther Machines. ?? lH - V L lhe Mrrrham in Bling...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON OITY: SATURS \T AJTEBirCOH May 26 \f.E!\T? FOB THE STAB. The lollowirg persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tise cents in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. Nevr York?S. M. Psttinoill & Co., Kas^a street. Boston ? V. B. Palm**, Scollay's BuIIuing. Adymbtiskmhicts should fce handed in ly 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may ECt a^iiC&r until the next day. THE WEIXLY STAB For the current week ending to day, is, as ii*!!?], filled with inf creating intelligence fiom all parts cf the country and the world, boeides a chclca selection of anecdotes, brief atoriea an I. ?j a distinguishing feature, Washington 5ew3 and Gossip. In fact, a highly entertain ing nu.nber. The subscription price is $1 25 a year, or throe cents a single copy. Of 7 Hi MO^SESO PBETS. The Union replies to ccmplaints of the Doa t n Advertiser against the cxiating rates of international (with Britain) postage o - maga...

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

EVENING STAR. A portion of the Marino Band were engaged' fur tbe oooasion, an J, in tho internals of the piorciaea, porformod some of tb^r choice and lively pioeea Several colored inOi^duaia, clad in whit# jackets and aproc^ were busy in "handing roani ice antj other delicacies. uj three or f?"^r fe?nai? servants were employed J? \ refreshment room, where the two or uiroo ssbool trustees and other gentlemen wore privately regaled, we presume. Not having been among the iavited guests, (in fact none of the pre** was thus honored,) and presuming that the entertainment was select, we could not overcome oar natural dif fidence by as intrusion. We do not, however, oomplain of this, out merely mention our po sition a? explanatory cf an ab>enco of further details of the festival which wa* prolific of so mach joy to the juveniles and the compara tively lew adult* who v. ero privileged to wit noes the exercises. Our notice is voluntary, and onr praise of the entertainment?at least so mach ...

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