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

EVKNING STAR. DKA1H AND THE MISER itbirtvill r ir a a r t> so i* . On in iron b->i with N>lt? and locks, Sat a niiMr ciniic his store ; Death being a wing, fur the ion ot the thing Flew in through the boiled door, But the e**er miser was none the wiaer, And he never dreamt of harm; TUi death draws near with a wicked leer, And seized the miser's arm. Now the mi?er knew death by his ooiiesome breath, And his gr.m and ghasUy smile; But otyeetinf to ?o to the world below, He asked If he'd wait awhile. "No! thc*r? i* a ship at sea belonging to me, Freighted with glittering r>ld, III #vi? her to t?mi, and cargo too. If you'll just let go jour hold !" '?No! why. then 111 five, if youH let in? live, Th? wbole of my broad estate ; I've silver atd gold in rams untold, "Diamond*. gem? and plate ; But my soul, you know?its lost if I go? No, Death, you'll n?n refuse ?" Death shook his head, and smiled as he said, "A Biiier has none to lose.;' A Reminiscence and a Moral.?The Boston pa...

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. — 20 June 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. CM WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. 1S55. rTHR EVENING STAR PUBLLSUED F.VERY AfTEKNOON, (KXCETT SUNDAYJ At the Star Bu*lding, earner F*n)uylvanis mcmu* *jtd E'rv+nth street, By W. D. WALLACD, Will be served to m!>scriber* in the cities of Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and PMaMpbia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, paynble weekly to the Afent*. To mail nhscrihera the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In aiiranrt, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR ftr THREE MONTHS. {ji(7"Smoiji corns on OMT. SOMETHING JTEW USDEE THE 8IJ*. CHARLES WERNER, Pennsylvania areuue, opjwite Bro*n<> Hotel. TT AS fitted up the commodious hall over his Rea II tanrant as a first claw LAGER BEER SA LOON, bavins procured a supply of everv loxp. 7 , and comforts found in lirst class establishment. of the Irin.l in the Northern cities. Hi* RHINE WINES an.l French White Wines, a* well as his Clarets, Se?ars. Lager Beer, German, Italian, ao<l Swutzer ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 June 1855

EVENING STAR. WAHHINGTON CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTESltCOS Jaso 20. ACiESTK FOB THE STAIt. The following persona arc authorized to contract for the publication of adrer t":sen>cntf; in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmsr, N. W. corner of jhird and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Petonqill <fc Co., Nassau Btrr-ct. Boston?V. B. Palmsr, Scollay's 13uild:ng. iC7" ADViRTiFdMuxTS should be headed in Vj 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not appear uxitil the next Jay. . L2i-n qi las uosi-iikg rr?Z33. 1'he Intelligencer reviews the New York Sun's list revelations concerning tiiemith&pa of tho Cub ic Junta; and, it btnkcs us, does not deal f&irly by iho AJauitiilntioo in fail ing to correct the Hun's xL. apprehensions concerning the oonduct of the powers in esse niik reference to toe Junta. Tho Sun accuscs the Administration of having at one time evinced fjmpathy nith fiilibusterism. This the InulUgenctr cannot fail to know to ba untruo, for it haa repeatedly intimated in *i:a terms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Ptilic Schools?The Junior department of Primary School, No 1, third district, under the charge of Miss Acton, formerly a pupil in the third district aohool, was examined y?t?r day. There were preaent, of the trustees, M?nr? Addison. Polk, and Knight; tbe Soo retary of the Board; of the teachers. Muse? Elvans and II. U. Henshaw, and a few of tha friend* of tha pupils. among whom we no ticed the Consul General of Swifserland, who kai always manifested a deep interest in the public schools of this city. The pupils were examined in reading, spelling, exercises in dictation, and the element* of arithmetic and geegrapby. They appeared to be well drilled into habits of good order and discipline. The school is a doable one, and numbers one hat.* died asd forty pupils. About twenty appli cants are waiting for admission. We hope that these who feel an interest in the public schools will chow it by occasionally attending the examination* now in progress The ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 June 1855

KVKNINtt STAR. " THZ LEAFY MOUTH OF JUKE." Saith Birry Cornwall by way of weleom# to the month wbich visits as ?ha!f prankt with spring. with summer half imbrowned "Now have green Apnl and the blue eved May Vanished awhile; andlo! the gfonous June fWhile Nature ripens in his burning n>ton) Conirs like a ynung inheritor." It is tin sixth upon oar calendar, and wa* lh? fourth with tho Romans. They named it doubtless In honor of Juno, whose chief festi val wae held at the beginning of the month. To June, says an old aathor, "The Saxons gave tho najie of Wtyd mona'k ; because their beasts did ioeyd in the mealows, that is. I fo f<?M there; aoi hereof a meadow is called an leau caic, a trsyf; and of vyd we retain our Word wads, which we understand cf going through watery placed, such as nioadowd aro wont to bo." .another author says thet weyd is probably derived from %o*ydcn ^termanl to graie or pasture. Jfe further adds, they call it Wo d rnormtk, weed month, atd also Mede monath,...

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

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1S55. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHTO EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT ?mfDAY^ At tfifi Star Builil'-*?, fornur Perjutylva*** avtri"* ir.il R'err-'th itrett, n jr D . WALLAfH, W'll >e jHirv' d v> mbKribfrs in the clti?s of Wasb In^on, Gc?wtowf, Ai? xandna, Baltimore and PhriadHpMe. at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS,' pnynM* weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribers the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year In France, TWO DOT L*RS for SIX MONTHS, and OXE DOLLAR fx THREE MONTHS. fcJKSmoLi con*? on ??XT. SOMETHING NYW U *DER TEE SUST. CHARLES WERNER, Pennsylvania avenue, op write Brown*' Hotel HAS fitted up the commodious ball over his Rer taurant as a first claM L.AG2R BEER 8 \ LOON, having nnvhred a supply of every luxury an Acomforts found in first class establish Ments of the Kind in the Northern cities. His RHINE WINES and French White Wines, as well as his Clarets, Se^ars, Lager Beer, German, Italian, and Sjreitzer CHEESES, and ind...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 June 1855

' VENING STAR. ^ A Sjar^lTON_nj T Y: THUBJIMT AFTHRHrOH June 21. AfiKVTN FOB THE HAB, Tbe following persons are authorised to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmkr. N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. Npw York?S. M. Pcttinoill k Co., ^asoau street. Boston ?V. B. Palms*, Scollay'e Building. iriElT 01 TH3 mivjs , tsa pavW The Union laughs over iho charlatanism of ihe piety plank?ikefirst cluuu-of the Know Nothing platform. argues thai the majority *ing of the Philadelphia Know Nothing Con vention are merely aiming ;0 play into the hand* of the Abo'.nioniats, and oaati/jaj. Democratic party in Alabama hgainat the machinations of tt?Know Sowing Lodges The InuUigy+r ^hewa editorU1 t0.day Jork Nothing D*mon?t ation. a .onday evening a masa meeting waa neld in the Park, with a view to endorse the x oi'adelf bia platform There were military nicaic, salutes, and glorifications in piofusion, a^d speochej delivered from aot lesa than cur...

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

FY EN TNG STAR. Local Intelligence. ^ttblic School Exaxtsatiok?These publlo ixarcises of the pupil* in oar publio schools eere aon*inued yesterday afternoon with the naminai n of the Junior section of Primary So 2 second district in charge of Mi?s Kate McCarthy The visiting committee. Messrs iacon, Davis, Dickinson, and Abbot, were ail ireaent. beside Mersrs Donatio and Harbangh, or many years trustees in th;s district. Mr. dcCutcheon, of thi City Councils, and a large mmber of teachers and parents of the pupil;, howing a commendable degree of interest, n the operations of the rchool Although he teajher has labored under many discour ^emen's is couseqaence of an ill-adapted chool room, l J , tbo school appeared to much dven'age. and the exercises were highly reditabte The examination asd intelligence >f these very young children elicited the ap >robation of all present, more especially as it i generally known that Mis* M is one of the acst faithful and accomplished of our publ...

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

' vr.M\(4 STAR THE STARS. 1 asked a little child one day, To tell me if ah* knew What were tbose p rint* no far away, (n tbe sky so deep and blue? With lo?k, as sweet as eMId e'er bore, She ga?e answer true: "They s-e but boles in Heaven's floor, To let the glory through.'' I a*ked a maiden in her 'teens, Who modestly repl-ed: "They are but spots, where glory gleams, From Him who for os d?ad." I asked a wiuow, clothed in Mtef, And by her woes borae down, Who said, ' they fcive my > aul relief,? They're diamonds in his crown." I asked an aged Christian meek, With hor-y locks a??d trey, Who said,' they're guide* for tho?m who seek, The straight and nf'.tiw way." I asked myself-niy b'a i replied: "They are but ?*.aw-dmp* .m*W, Reflectin* glo.jn multiplied, From :?im who rulcfi all." A Stdnxt Smith ?The Dean of St. Paul's waa one of those fine wits who never failed. Whatever is r orded of bim is good. Here is a uew one?at least new to us. He was once dining in com finy with a French ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 June 1855

'HE EVENING STAR ? ^iftSDED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tk* Star Building, corner Pennsylvania mvtnv* and El*x*nth str?*ty By W. V>. WALLACH, W'ul be *nred to rabacriher* in the citie* of VVoh |H?on, fi?iiptnwn, Alexandria, Baltimore and ftidadHphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Acents. To mail rabscribera the wib?eription price is THREE DOLLAR8 AMD PIPTY CENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL LAR3 for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fx THREE MONTHS. Cry-Si*?L? COPiia oki ccirr. ?rtMRTHTTfa Itw TTV1W-B -rav e-tm mm VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 1855. NO. 770. i THE WEEKLY STAR. Jul?I om Thia riuJ?*1 TuAjp ud 1f? taialng a greater Taring ot can bv found in any otfter-Afc pat4i?brd oo Hatnrday Bin^e copy, per *Dtiunj... to nni. Five copiee..^.^^.^.. Ten do Twenty as .1500 0Q- t'iia, iNTiiuiiLT m ADr^irt. W" 8infle copies (In wrapper*) can be procured at the counter, imondiatHjr after the MMie of U* paper. Price?t?mb cmrra. PovtmAVTKac who act as ifm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 June 1855

EVKSTNO ST AH. WA jiiiNflJON 01T Y: YE IT) AY AFTTKNXm Jaas 22. AGENTS FOIL THE STAB. The loliowiug persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. PALirra, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pktinoill. k Co., ? assail street. B:>??f.on ?V. B. Palhlr, Scollay's ftiiidiog. (Ty* Ai>?KB.Tis?MsyTS should be banded in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may B'Jt appear until the next day. 8TTT.IT OY TS^ M02ST53 PXE85. The Union argu?3 earnr*tly and elaborate ly to f73T9 that th ? South has beon betrayed an J the La ion imperilled by tho Philadelphia Know Nothing National Convention; and treats Mnj>r A J. Donelson to a blurt notice, whereiu is U declared that hi* griovanco against the * dune is trail on is on account of disappointment concerning ofiice. Tie I>it-.j.igeiicer republishes. from the Charle' ton Merrvrp, a postbumocs letter from Air Calhoun to Parcy Walker, l'nj, of Mo bile, b-.anog dat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 June 1855

EVENINGA R. Local Intelligence. Those among the Know Nothings of Washingtou who have any pride of r*7. 1 charaeter left, are to-day mourning oyer their ratification meeting in this oity night, whioh bid* fair to damage their eause in this region quite a3 much as the 111 uisguned efforts of our amiable, entortainini* and enthusiastic neighbor to bo'cter up the anti-slavery cause of Wilson, Colby, JtU!e, Colfax A Co., under pretence of beiag at the fame time #n adyocat* for the maintenance cf tae constitutional rights ef the South. Ex traordinary efforts were made to drum up a large meeting. Advertisements, long in ad ?ance, a hind of muaic, fire works in profu ston, the drum and fifo transparencies unre /^Lae(lllceD8e from lLo K6?w Nothing police of Washington to the rowdies and half grown boyt to rob their neighbors of their property in to? nape of dry goods boxes, barrels Ac., for horning, and the importation of a choice Jot ot frothy aud unasiupulous stutup orators Jor the oocuion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 22 June 1855

FISCHERS BAND FULLI U80AN I7.ED. HAVISO now - omHefd all mv rmnrtmmu* for* first rat?> Kit ASS and COT 11, |. ON BAND. I nn a^ain at the nervier nf the pnbllc to attend F!?.-um.?n Fart**. Exhibit.ons, rar*de*, Pie Nie?? Ball-, and tferenad**. All those in favor of* ettixen's band are respectfully invited to cocourac; our enterprise, here in Washington City. _ a P FIHCHEft, Lender, if I Band, under my directiou,iMregiilariy nniiorni^d, and Imm a practice over twenty years I Cjh pre satitraction to every one. Residence, Pa. avenue, north aide, bet. Vlh and 10'h streets. first door w?st of Iron Hail. _?0p^ Wl,h **?*" Hilbu? X Hit* punctually attended to. may 14?231* JOBM ft. ELV.VMS. WILLIAM THOMTSoN KLVANS *L THOMPSON, DI\LUl IN HARDWARE, COACH TRIMINGS,&c.. , . Wo * P?n*?flriBU?T?Bu?, bHvetn ^l1Uk atui Ten'h street*. Wnkimtcn, D. C house furnishing hardaake. Britannia, G :nnan Silver, Altata and Silver l'lated Tea, Table and liesert Spoons Canrrrs and Forks, Steels, Knives wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 June 1855

THE EVENING STAR .PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXfEPT SCWDAY.) At th* Star Kuif4i.-'Sf% 'sirnsr P*rinxyLvvi* mv#nur n'vi Ef*v**tk ifrwf, n> \y. i>. wiLLAcn, "Will be jet*1 d to fntarribm in the cltiw ?>f Waah *i?3!,n.. fi?-.;rr- ' >wn, iindria, Baltimore and P;wU?!?':.pbr?, rt SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, p<tyabl? weekly to the Afpnt?, To mail rabwribero tb? subscript?on price w'fTlRRE OOLLARS AND r?PTY CENTS a yw |n ?lr??,TWO DOT, LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR *w TH?^g MONTHS. {JQ^Sikolb coriaa oifi ??*T. VOL. V WASHINGTON, I). C.. SATURDAY. JUNE 23. 1855. NO. 771. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thu ei< eMf wt Parol)? ?ad Kewt taitint a grimicv mW<? of mirreatin# rea^inf ffcta ear be 4>uad tn an? other?ix puW?hc.1 on Sj,tuH??F reus. rupf, [iflf MWOTHt...hhm^I JS to CLrsa. PlTf copiaa. ? ???? ???? ??????????? ? ? ?????? ?????????? Ten ?... Twenty do. .1500 ftj^-iAsn, mvabiaBLY ib abvabcb. H!n??r eopte* (in wrapper?) can br proc?r? 1 at tb? conntrr, mrtnevintefc after Ujc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 June 1855

* VFVTNO STAR. ASHTSGTON OTTY: SATURDAY AFTZKBCON Jose 23 AliEIVTN FOR THE hTAB. The following persons ire authorized 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. Pcttinuill & Co., Nassau street. Boston?V. B. Palmmr. Scollay's Building. iCT" Advbbtis?m*wts should be handod !:? by 12 o clock, M., otherwise they may t ? appear until the next day. THE WEEKLY SIAB The namb?r for this week presen's iu usual variety of news, foreign and domestic, includ. log accounts cf current events in this city, to getter with choiee selections of tale? ttrac. dote. 4c. " *? Terms?only $1 24 per year or three cents apisce; an ej celled substitute for a news Jetter to a distant friend SPlMT 0? IRK fcf,y.sEHO PtJCSS The Union argues that the Ku^w Nothings are iugging the memory of Jackson into the canvass on their behalf only on the principle th t desperate di.ea.-es require desperate remed es. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 June 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Peine School Examinations. ? Primary School. No 3, junior dep t meet under the Oar* of MUs Jhuc E Thompson. wa? ex?mine1 yestedsy There were present Messrs B ? OOB and Hanson, of the Board of Trustee*; Col Randolph, of the late Board; and the Secretary Of the teaohera. Mrs Ogden atd Mrs Coale; Misses Middleton, Lowe ard Myers; and Mr. Lndaay, who ?ai for a log time a faithful teacher in the publio schools. There are fifty four pupils on the foil of the sohool, of whoa forty were preaent Mi-a Thompson has had charge of the school but a short time; the children however, appeared well. In t ie elementary studies in whioh they had been examined, they had been thoroughly taagQt, especially in arithmetic, and evidently showed, by their oareful drilling in tho ele meats of reading, apelling notation and nu meration that what was worth d?ing at all ia worth d"ire well. Col Randolph briefly addressed the pupils At the o o-e of the examination. Primary No 3. ...

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

% T f ^ t ^ *? ; ft ^ I A |l . ENGLISH CHURCH K? The "too early Io#t" Mis* Laodon left a* a legacy to the world a portfolio of aopublithed po?m?, one of whioh ia the following, touching and beanufnl : How beautifully they stand, Thoae ancient altars of t ur native land ! Amid the pasture fields an 1 dark ereen woods, Amid the mountain's "loudy solitudes; By river* bread that rush into Uio sea ; By little brooks, that with a lapsing sound, Lake playful children, run by copae ami lea! Each in its liitie plot of holy rround. How beautifully they standi Thoee old gray churches ot our native land! Our livs are all turmoil; Our souls are in a weary strife and toll, Grasping and training?talking nerve and brain, Hot* day and night ti? cam! We have grown woildly?have made gold our god, Have turned our hearts away from lowly things ; We seek not now the wild flower on ike -od ; We set-n not snowy folded angel's wing Amid the summer skies? For visions come not to polluted eyes I Yet, blessed ...

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

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SCTIDAF.) At the $'ar Brilti'rf, corner Pennsvlvants ?MM# av/i E'*v?*th Hy W. D. WAM.ACN ( Wi l <mtv'd to s?b?Tih?*r9 in ?he clii'1* of Wai?ti b?r?i, ?:??nr.:-towr, \Unndria, 3alMmore and FhHad.lj.hia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT*, payaUe weekly ?n the Afento. To mail subscriber* the subscription pric* h THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in wtwwrt, TWO DOL L<>RS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fjr THRFE MONTHS (ST-Sinoli conrs ow Quit. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, I). MONDAY, JUNE 25. 1855. NO. 772. THE WEEKLY STAR. eirHlw *MQ*y and New* Jovna' iainlof a ?ari??y of iimyeatiac readjn* tbifl can be found W> any other?hi pubHufced ou tUturday nui. fllns'e copy, pnr annuo* 2S to Cfcraa. Five ? ...... IIIHII Twenty do...... ?...?.?.???.,???....i?.?hm Ij C^Caes, iNVituilT I* aDv a.*cb. Sinrf** ropiM (in wrapp* n.) can b* procured at the counter, i?iiiai.'ly afti* the u-ue U ppr. Price?timb <tirrs. Fom?*rrrfta *i?? aet a* mil he ay-...

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

FVFVTNG STAR.1 *7 A * H t NuTUiN C i r V XOYDA\ AJTE&HCOR. June 25. SWTF1T 0? 7W& r0R!CTW0 .'HLS3 The Intelligencer denies the correctnesa of the allegation that the proportion of Northern graduates from the Writ PJnt Academy is greater than of Soathern, and argaes taat those who strive to draw such invidious dis tinctions are doing a grievous injury to the lnati ution in laying the foundation of seo tional prejudice against it?adding : " There ii still another consideration which ought to restrain tho pres* frotn making this academy a subject of sectional di*ousaioc It is a seminary of learning, established upon toe broadest t.rir>ci| Its of nationality open to you h? from every part of the Union lheir aas^iaticn there is eualuen'ly calculated to engerder national feelings and affections; Stains the nnat rsnntely ?eraratod ire brought closely trge Ler by the intimate acquaintance ship ana fiendly bond* *hich are tb?re forme j ; and this of ittelf would, in the cjurac of ...

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

EVENING STAR.[ Local Intciligence. Toe Fibb.?Yesterday evening. between (J and 7 o'clock, the quiet of our oitj was aud- j denly disturbed bv the ringing of bells, end j the cry of " Fire!" repeated from hundreds j of throats. blending the deep baas of the adult with the noprano of the juvenile And thou vanda of legs, at a rapid ?peed. were accord ingly put io motion; running toward the biasing old lrame building on Pennsylvania avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth ?tree's, owned by Mr. G C Uraromer; tha one part of it occupied by Mr Vogal as a eigar manufactory, and the other by Mrs. Wood, an aged wido*, as a grocery and fruit ?hup. boon the engine* came dathicg along, the members displaying their usual creditable promptitude; and it was not long befure the machine* were efficiently at w.>rk By their manly and disinterested exertiona the ndjuo ing buildings were probably t avedfrom threat ened conflagration The Hook and Ladder Company pulled dawn the wooden front wall; end, in...

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