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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 June 1855

i - - -?, * 4.- k\ , oirx it oms . 0*r by one the panda we flowing, One ky ?<ne the mom*?nu tall; Soine are coming, <om? are gnln|? Do not seek t?? grarp them all. <~>n?? hy one tby inties wait thee, Let tby whole strength go to each, Let no future dreams elate thee, Learn thou first what these can teach. ?)u Hy one (bright gifts from heaven) Joy* art- *ent thee here belaw ; l ake thein raadilv when given, Ready, too, to let theai go One by one thy grief* shall meet thee, Do not ftiar an armed bacd; One will fade as others greet thee, Shad ?w* pa-?ing through the land. Do not lor.k at life's long tonow ; See how smalt each moment's pain; Go?l will help thee for tomorrow, Every day begin again. Every hour that fleets m slowly Ha* iu task to do or bear, Luminous the crown, and holy, If tbou set each gem with cure. Do not linger with regretting, Or for pe siaa hours despond ; Nor, the daily toil . >rgettir.2, Look too eagerly beyond. Hours are golden links, God's token, ...

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. — 8 June 1855

jWWn?iF?IIM ???I ? I ?? ? -r ? THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EViniY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 9CTNDAY,) At th< Star BmMingy tonwr P?ntuyl%tvhs mvenu* a>id E''v*nt& street, . Ky W. it. WALLACH, Will b?? ??'rv^ to ?ithscrib?r? in the citfe# of Wwh Uuiot, Gooivetowii. A!' t.inUim, Baltimorr r.nJ Philadelphia. nt SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, P"iyat?lr wi?ekly to tiw AjcnU. To mail subscriber! Ibe mbscriptioii price i* THREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS a yr.ir in France, TWO DOL L*R3 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR f* THREE MONTHS. copiaj ohs flWT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON D. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 8. 1855. NO. 758. r|1KERLE PATENT IMPROVED EYELET MA 1 CHINE. Firs' patent?combined on or.e stork Second patent?self feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, riveting both side* All parlie* in want of a food Eyelet vfacbine, are Mronglv recommended to u?* none but LIPM AN'S PA TENT IMPROVED, which is decidedly the best ever brought before the public, powesring numerous advantages, rix: It is stro...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 June 1855

W A> H f N(jTON CIT y: FRIDAY AFTI*?uO* Just 8. $y AnviRTiMMwrre should be banded in by 12 o clock, M., otherwise they may act apjiear until the next day. SPIRIT or THE PSlJjA Hie lnttllig?neer says of tha prearranged shameless frauds committed upm the rights of ciiaens of Washington In the late election. "ill Lira Elbctios?Allegbd Pbacds. Ac ?Wa yeserday had ocoaaion to stare that at the late elaoMon in this city. Mthe Commis sioners of Election in every W ard, in tha ex ercise of their judicial fuiiotiona. diaregarded tk* decision of tk* Circuit Court, and re fuitd to vot'3 of surf,t naturalized ttnstns a? havr beam' voters tines ths 31 st ef l)trtmb*r last." We made this statement, not in a partisan apirit, bar as an item cf lo cal intelligence worthy of record, aa being in timately connectad with the arguments before an I the decisions of the Circui; Court on the eubpc-. which barf been pre7itfu*Iy recoried; ai a alio aa neces-ary to a proper undent at d' ing of iba fur bar l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 June 1855

EVENING star. Local Intalllgonca. Cbabitailb Adtbrtisivo ?We frequeatlv ttelJ^i*!!8 t0 i",e,t ^^'wminUomn i2? ?" P#r f"r steles and nn^ ?Mv; and' io caao of tefwal, render ourselves obnoxious to the aharge of not be'rc y fH" m the moral elorms of tbe da>! In other word', we are asked to exoludo pjV. ^verti??menta, to make room for tho;e which cost as money to pat info type, and for WQicb we receive no pecuniary return Pe *mi generally hare no adequA'e idea of the large outlay of ready cash Lece?sary to con * a ?a,lJ P*P?r? else they wouJd not be un reasonable in their demanda To be tare the Charge for advertisements is small, but this ia a reason why it should be paid by those directly interested in the publication. In the bofldtiTe 12ikfi?K ?eM ?2n wiU thr wopsn thei ??tab ishmenta and deliver their goods ? wl>b l price,'on all orders 2l? k SF fr??.chwritable societies, it will wen be time te discuss the propriety of news 1ST.BSy ? fo,lowi?K their example n.akL nf M wo deem p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 8 June 1855

: >J1NG STAR. ROBUST OF LIWOOLH BT WILL I A* CT7LLSW BBYABT. M-rrily i winding on briar and wwd, Ncar to the ne?t of his little dame, Over the mountain ride or mead, Robert of Lincoln is telling his name; Bob-o'-link, bob- V link, Spink, spank, spink ; Snu* and sate is that neat of our*, Hidden among the summer dowers, Chee, chee, chee Robert of Lincoln ia gaily drest, Wearing a bright black wedding coat; White are his shoulders and white his crest, Hear him call in his merry note, . Bob o'-link, bob-o' link, Spink, spank, spink ; Look wha t a nice new coat is mine, Sure there w? never a bird so flne, Chee, chee, chce. Uobert of Lincoln's Quaker wife, Pretty and quit l, with plain bruwn wings, Pacing at home a patient life, Broods in the cra?s while her husband Mngs : Bob o? link, bob ?>' link, Spink, spank, spink; Brood, kind creature ; you need not fear Thieves and robbers while i am here, Chee,chee, chee. Modest and shy as a nun ia she ; One weak chirp is her only note. Bra...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT ?LTN&AYJ At the Star ButMing, wiisr Peiuuitv+ni* and Eleventh street, By W. D. WAM.ICH, W;?l S*? wrrfd to Mihaoribera in Use oiti#* oi W*A luton, ^lorjcinirn, Alexandria, Baltimore and P ia lrlnhia, at SIX AMD A Qt'ARTER CENTS, p ivaMe weekly to the Agent*. To nail *ub?erib?r? the nibarripttan price is THREE DOLLARS AND P1PTY CENTS a y*nr In wlranct, TWO DOL URS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR t* THREE MONTHS. (J^Smof.* com? obi Obit. \n "7^C% VOL. V. rasp?"* ,mprovedeveletma Fin?? patent?combined on one stock P??i?t-self feeding with eyeiet boli dd^rt*nl~Patenl impr'w*d fMtener? '?v?igg -?J?*r1ie" iU Want of a Ky^t .fachine, are P^TlvT|0MPRnnvpn? 22 but WWAW rAl?nrIMPtOV ED, Which Ifl decidedly the b.*t SiSSf, 1[ ia dunM# and not liabht a? tel out of m jn ^>anc th? hole well, and (o lit the Bye et, mliL.' I. ?pe?"0ti clinches tiie Eyelet on l*?th ff?*- " **** **"?. M the (W|)frs kc., need not ee reversed or turned over to cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WASH1WGTON U1T Y: ?ATVmOAT 5555 .Jut f. XT" Adv tansajtaxTs should be handed ? by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may s'* appear until the next day. AGBKTft FOB THK UTAH. 1 be following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmbr, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. Al. Pmttiwoiu. & Oo. Nassau street. Buaum - V. B. Palmsk, ScoIUt'8 DtaWiM. IBS WE1XLY STAB The number for this week will be found in the highest degree interesting; containing. as it does, the latest intelligenoe from all pert* of this country and the world, bj mail end telegraph, including local as well m Govern meLt departments items These, and brief tales, anecdotes, etc., eombire to render this foarto bheet valuable not only for present in. stmotion, but for fu ure reference?a vclume, in itself, of ourrent events and literary enter tainment. The subscription price is one dollar and a quarter a year, or three cent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 June 1855

VXiocal Intelligence.^ Tn DxraAroEo Voters ?In pursoaase o? the nodes to that end, two hundred and ssv ?oty ?ix persona, who-? legal votes were re jected on Monday last at the polla, to give the certificates of election Illegally and fracdo Mntly to the Know Nothing candidates, as sembled last night at Harmony H?!l?C. P Wannall, Esq, in the chair, ard Mr Kirk, of the Seventh Ward, actine a* secretary Their names were g.ven in, with the n?uie* of o'here who failed to attend It was reduced to a cer tainty by what transpirod there, that the bal lot* of some four hundred citizens entitled to vete at the recent eleotioD. under deoisions of the Circuit Court?all Toting on such grounds a* were never before questioned at the polls in Washington?were rejected on Monday la*t. This evening between the hours of 6 and V p m . those whose votes were rejected ai the Fifth Ward polls are earnes'ly requested to call at the re>idence of Mr. Fiixpa nok (en B street. Capitol Hill) where they will fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 9 June 1855

N?\n sr\?. HOPE We bad the aentanre of death within our*elve. *2? tnM* *" wwlm but in God, wbo rx **ih tt,e deaj ' ?i Cor , p ' AwillJ. riag flower WiiUii4 th?: ^.-den'- bound, Who.- ti no b^.nty rr rich fragrance fonnd. i?He*p cuiebfrpf of pf??ci u? ground, . ^ Even such uul! !i-f ;htiy dry and worthier to the wi*m. yhf Mndl? w?r.-h. d ard lomliy traded uio? ^ ? wtlai <? *?tfl far ti?f* poor dower to do Exr^pt t? die! *? A bruis*-.i worm up n a tandy plain \\ h^very^p.ng movement gi'vea f?-h ^a,n, ? ei ?orae far diatant e?a? intent to ftuR Even ?nch am I! - ????* ?"-Uw **ak.onubeo forui allowed No re,p,te from ,h- wc , ,l,,n closely crowd - *vnat ran the poor worm o but w?a*- iu fhroutl. And calmly die i IT *?l f 'r tb*! w?<*?*r?u* flower, tho> deatl; b ight ntr petals with lii-? icy breath; Their m-tant fill! her triad -aith ? E?n?9 uiy 1! Ah, wish no. that ban: ?t n?\. >ad late repe iled * Lo glowing iru.t wb*-h U*s* .1/y leaves coceAled In npered. awful beauty stands...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 June 1855

VOL V. WASHINGTON, D. C TTTE EVENING ST VR PUBLISITED OTO AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT PUWDAYJ 0 At th? hi-ir hvAl?i:ng*.cornsr Ptnnsnlvant* fid E>vr?tk street, It y W. D. WALLAC1, 1A ?'! Kc MTT';' ? ? fl V' rjVp, ;n ,{,, r tries of Waiih (?*or,r f rwn. MciinMa, Baltimore and at SIX AM) A QUARTER CEKTR, pr/aMe weekly to th* Agent*. To mail anWribers IRe Wtaeriptioa prfrc it THREE HOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a veer iu orfi-avt, TWO DOL LARS tor mx MONTHS. and ONP DOLLAR *> TTPEE MOVTH*. corias on 0?MT. IMPROVER EYELET MA Firs' patent?corn lined nsi ine *tock S-con t patent-self faedm- witti eyelet fcO'h',*irt^atert?'>1tCnt 'niProT^ fastener, riveting All partly in wmt ofa r*>d Ev^lot Machine, are to none but L1PMAJPS -F f Roved, wh:.-h is deciMiv tiwM't ever brought b?!'ore ih: public, inn hnuna nu'neraj? advantage?, vz: It is Ptr'>ii r. durable and not liable to pet out of or der. It punches the hole well, ind to fit the Evelet, and m one operation clinches the Eyelet or. *th n.tes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 June 1855

EVENING STAR.I WA -HT^ftTOK CTTT: "MONDAY AITSlUrOOM..%. Jqm U X27* ADYi&mp^MKTS should be handed . by 12 o'clrck, M., otherwise they may i >t apper^ until the next day. ACBMT* FOR THK r-TAB The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adrer ' lscments in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. comer of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. PrrniKHLL & Co , Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palms*. Scollay's Huilding. M. J. Bchns, Crawford street, Ports mouth, Va . if? the Star''$ agent for that place and Norfolk City. S?lHI 07 THS MORSITO PltjfS? The InulUgen&r, difcus?ing the Perry question with the Union, sayi: ?* A* it respects the dismissal of Mr. Perry, we mast say. in ell sincerity, that we thick it occurred at an u^.'or:aca?? time?admitting that it should have occurred at all. Weaie willing to grant that h<* committed an indis cretion in addressing his letter to the Presi dent (if it wrre even proper to address the President d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 June 1855

KVENTNK STAR. Local Intelligence. Board or Aldkrmbx ?This Board met this morning at 10 o'oloek, when the new mem bar*, (nominally elected.) Messrs Magruder, Miller, Trader, Kmery, Busey, Clark, and Smith, were duly iworn in by Alderman B<*!y o bald over. On motion of Alderman Smith, tbey pr<'. ceadad to the election of a President, Messrs Marks and Bayly acting as tellers All the members were pretest except Messrs. Houston ? 3d Pearson ?H-The following was the result: Mr Clark, 7; ?earfon 1; Magruder, 3; Bajly, 1. So Mr. Clark having received a majority A all the votes cast. w*s declared to be duly elected President of the Board of Aldennen of Wash, ington city for one year from this data. Thcv next proceeded to tha election of a Vice President, with tha following result? whole number of votes east, 12: For Mr. Busey, 3; Erans, 3; Bayly, 2; Pearson. 3; Blaak, 2. So no one having received a majority of all tha votes cast, a seoond ballot was had with tha following result?whole ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 June 1855

: ' \ (Nfj ST A K THX MODEHW BKAU. itj ? iai. yon strange Agura, and at a moment scan Thai stendereat sample o? a gran*, man ! "*r^, >* he ram Man, tboe*: prccar)nui P^fi Which, by their motiun mo*l be deemed his lets : He hu a bead?one may be aure of that o ? jusc obe*mng hit egregiou? bat; That he bat arms it* logically plain Pram ilia wide coat-sleeves and hia pendaat cane; A tongue u well?the inference is fair, ^ince, or, ..ccasion, he can Ito^ and swear; You ? *k hi* use; that's not so very clear, *pend five thousand pounds a year, ?Q modish vices which bit aoul adoim, Drlak, dreaa, and famine, boraea, bounds, and? ??corea Of minor tollies which 1 can't rehearse, Dear to himself, an?1 dearer to hia purse, Wo product he of Fortune*)* fickle dice? The due reault of luxury and rice, Three feneration: have sufficed to brin* That narrow cheated, pale, en?T7*te thing Down from a man ?fin, marve! a? you will, Hia huge great rand-ore fought at Bunker liill ? Bore, without glove?, a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 June 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1855. NO. 761. . ' i ?I 1 1 THE EVENING STAR POBLliUED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT 8 HTTP AY J At tks Star Building, cenmr f *nx.iyImams tAtniiA end E'trmik street, ttf W, D. WALLAIH, Wii be nerved to su been tor* in the eltien of Wash ington, Gen^-town, Alexandria, Baltimore and Fhaadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly lo the Agents. To mail subeeribeta the subscription price la THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a yenr in TWO DOU LAR8 ft* SIX MONTHS, and ONR DOLLAR ?k THREE MONTHS. fc7-Stn?ca ronaa on ?nr. THRERLE PATENT IMPROVED EYRLHT MA X CHINE Firr patent?combined on one slock Seerw-d patent?ne!f feeding with eyelet Third patent?patent improved fastener, rirecirg bath iUm. All parlies ia want of a good Eyelet Mnehine, are s r inrfyrecomineuded to use none but LIPMAN'S P ATENT IMPROVED, which ia decidedly the bi'et *v*r brought b?fcre the public, possessing numerous advantages, vis: It is itronj, dura hi# and not liable to rH ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 June 1855

KVENTNG STAR. WASHINGTON OTTY: ITTE8D1TAFTERHOOH Jnna 12 [T7* Adt?E7is*mxkm should bo handed in bj 12 o'clock, M., oth<?rwis? they may i.ot appear until ihe next day. AUENTN FOB THE STAR. 'i he following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmkh. N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?8. M. Piruisill & Co., Nassau street. Boston ? V. B. Palmer, Scollay's Building. . M. J. Bcbns, Crawford street, Ports mouth, Va , is the Star's agent for that plaoe and Norfolk City. SFLEIT OF THS MORSinO FHF.2v The Union holds up to popular reprehen sion the alleged Know-Nothirg doctrine, that Oovernment, Constitution, and all, must perish, that stands in the way of tbe triumph of its views of progress. Still continuing it* discus f ion of the Perry case with the Intelligencer, the Union say?: "We were not to far wrong, however, in the supposition that it was the removal of their frien .* Perry, and not the ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 June 1855

EVENING STAR. I-ocal Intelligjnce. Ao?ni'CT.?We understand viw^iT LUT>?D,^aqa''luct ia V**Scn r utTn fhT. ; r#' fr!,rne WldiapihST. heon lil- -k ^PnoK at Convenient pr-ints of tbe d i - -n qQan,it"* of work are to be th. "11 T ar? mach n,ore comfortable than l**eoi'U ated phan1 'er cmmonly foen unop jubllc works and will fiTe. .Mh. a^mmo ation to lortyor fiftymechaiies and laborer?, no will be ab!e to live comfortably and T 10 engaged upon the work h??i?tInJP?ftan,# of snch ?rr?n??roent8 to tbe th??e.eajployed c?nnot be overrated a?d we think that contractors generally wonlH do well, even as a matter of d,ll?r, and cents to follow the exan>ple of care for the working' meat h#re 8b?WD tj th* cfficf" of ,heGovern a?2t2iS?%2?hwt',b' * 01 i,Urrh t0 tbo 26>h of May. iV?h? ;?*! f W larda of rock wer? wcavated and 400 V th? .(,ro&t F*U?; between 30? fromAnn' Bb\? *ard? of dry masonry built; ?h?ned and??r Tr*.*0 conduit treneb 250?D hi\V ?PTd f1r tbo Krick^ork; about eo'li^ai'w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 12 June 1855

rvkning star. TUSH ON BT DB5RT J. 8ARQKMT. Awake, and listen. Everywhere ? From upland. gj?vr and lawn. . Outbreathe* lh? universal prayer, The onson of morn. Anne, anil don thy working put-, All nature is<u>ur; Lei hones- motive* b?> thy barb, An* usefulness thy spur. Stop not to im th?- boist'rous jeerj, (Iff would be what thou a't;) They should not e'en offend thihe ears, 9u!i le*s disturb thy heart. Whar, though you have no shining hoard, (Inheritance of Mtralih ;) To purchase at the broker's l>oard, Pu*h on ! You're nmiug while you stand Inaction will not do; Take life's small bundle in your hand, And trudge it, briskly, through. Push on Don't blush because you have a patch, la honest la!>or won ; There's mauy a small cot roofed with thatch TlK'i happier than a throne. Push on the world is large enough For you,and we, and a 1; Yob must e*peet your share of rough, And row and then a fait. But, up ?c?ai' art out y "r j>a.'t ? llear willingly y?Mir load; There's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 June 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 1S55. NO. 762. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SITYDAY,) At the St 1" Hm/diff, evn?r Penvt^lt mvtmme a*4 i?y w. n. WALi.Acn, WiU h4- served to *ii!i?ciN'n in the cities of Was*i tn^nn, Geo*g. town, Alexifutrin, Baltirnoro ard Philadelphia, .it SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable we. hly to the Agent*. T" mail *ub?cribers the subscription price is THREP. DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In o.Wf, TWO DOL LARS for SIX M<?VTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ** THREE MONTHS. JfcT-Smot.t roNH orb oajrr. rpRERLF PATENT IMPROVED EYELET MA * CHINE. Firs' patent?combined on onp slock 8<'coii I patent?w-lf iHcdinp with eyelet P **'"'?1 patent unproved fastener, rlvetiDg All parl..fi in want of., ,ood Eyelet Machine, are to we none bnt T.fPM AV'S P ^TENTI1V!PROVED, which is decidedly m* best ever brought before the public, po^ewinc numerous advantages, vijt : It Is nronj. durable and not liable to ?et ont of or der. It paaches the hole wi ll,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON PITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON Jnn? 13. M. J. Burns, Crawford street, Ports mouth, Ya., is the Star's agent for that place and Norfolk City. S7IF.1T 07 THE K0B3LN9 HOI The Uni&n argues that Massachusetts is as practically cut of the Union through her la's constitution?repudiating legislation' as North Carnlisa and Rhode Island were shortly after the ratification of the constitution by their sister States?they refusing for some time to tlo likewise We find also in the Union an able and in teresting letter from lie well Cobb, ofGa.,upen the political topics of the day, wherein that di?tingui-ihed salesman exposes the hideous ufeiof KnowNothingism. Upon the senseless villifications of Jno. W. Forney which now and thor Gils the c lumna of the Richmond Examiner, the U.uoti (m Air. FA abeance) rajs: 4 A trtr. who if morally depraved himself, end ihe efore prone t: attribuie moral deprav. i:y to others, espttiolly others to whoai he :a hostile, wonid be apt to see i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Ti* Do Nothings.?A convention of the members of the Independent Order of Do Nothings wu held Inst night, at the Park Hotel, in accordance nith previous notice The meeting was large and enthusiastic, with n full attendance of delegates The proceed* toga were private, not ferret; but in order tbat no misrepresentations might be circulated our special reporter was provided wi'.h accommo dation!- for which he returns his thanks to these who conferred the favor upon him for the benefit of the readers of the Star. There was a brisk and animated oontest for the office of president, az.4, after at least twenty balloting#, the young gentleman who had, at an earlj hour in the afternoon, treated without stint a large number of his friends to the liquid and solid luxuries of the season, was elected, and acknowledged the compli ment in a strain of eloquence peculiarly his own Vice presidents enough to fill the seats of the Georgetown and H vhington line of omni ...

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