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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 30 June 1855

r,v! NING ST AH THIETY-PIW ?? The ? ?/ M<m arc ihrer vore ar J ten." OL, .reary lmrt: ?liou'rt haIf ivay home, ?f -tand on life'j meridian height: A? far tio.n rhi diion l'* morning come, As to tb?: rrave's lorgeU'wi night. Civ ? Youth and Hope a pirtmg tear? L/rk onward with a placid t?row, Ho^e promised but to bring us here, And Reason tak>*s the guidance now ; One backward k*>k?th?* list?the last ? One sil'jut tear, for yntth if patl. Who c>ies with Hop? an i Ration foaek 5 Wf- ? cornea with me and Mi-iuory on? Oh' loo'-iy loon* r e down^-.rd track, ;oy"? Rtiuic hu-li'd, Hcoe'n r.-se? jro^e. T Pleasure ru.. her ^id<i.v tnop Farewell, wit'-mil a t.;^h or t?-.ir; iiut it- aii f!ve-? way, and spirit- dr-op. To think th-u Love may leave me here. Have we no charm w!u*ti youth lia* flown ? Midway ,o dwutli, tett ?aJ and lone. Bn* ?!riy! a* twer> a 'twilight ?tar T' atVends ita th.t ..! arrow the wave, 1 e b i^'iK i uij; light (rem a>ai, rtte: rown a path beyond t'i...

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 July 1855

THE EVENING KTAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY J Ai tJia Star liadding, corner I'ennsyivanm mvnu* *wH Bl'V*ntk ttrref, nj W. D. WALIjACVT^ W ii i?e v.xft d to snUjcriber< in the citie? of Wash in G"orj? *own, Alexandria, Baltimore and P.:,l.vMphia,at ?IX AND A UIJARTER CBNTP, pnvible weekly to the Agents. To mall subscribers the subscription pricv in THREE DOLLARS AND PIFTY CENTS a year in odc*ncc. TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR V* THREE MONTHS. conaa o?? lUf. VOL. V WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, JULY 2. 1855. NO. 778. THE WEEKLY STAK. Thi? excelwt family and New* jomwl-con udnia< a greater variety o( Int^rnting rendu* Una can befnnnd tn anyo*v?to pnMuhedon Saiur.Uy TfUI. Stogie copy, per anno* |l 4 .15 nmn?? ? ? a ft wr. i Trn do. _ Twenty do..,#Ma>? 09?Ca*b, urvaUA?Lf m advajk b (WSInrJ- copier (in wrapper*) can be procure at the counter, immediately after the i*sa<- of *>c paper. Price?tnua tin. Postmaster* wbo act as aftsu will W u-v \ a comi...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON (71TY MOHDAY AJTiKHOOH July 2. AUEKTH FOB TUB RTAB The following persona are authorized to contract for the publication of adftr tijements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmkr, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pbttingill & Co., Nassau street. Boston ?V. B. Palmkr, Scollay's Building. TT ADvmtTismnurrs should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may sot appear ontil the next day. SFIHIT CI THE MOEJflHG PRESS The Union defends the Administration against the censured of the Intelligencer on account of its summary manures to put a stop to British recruiting in the United States for the Crimea. The Intelligencer preesnta its readers with a history of " Mason and Dixon's Line/' now ?o ofton referred to ii connection with current politics. It is the original boundary between the oolonle^ of Maryland and Pennsylvania, first traced in 1761 and 1762. In 1663 they bar gained with Chas Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, "two mathematicia...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 2 July 1855

inr i n lggsggggBs EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. Ubaath or tii City.?Although Washlng ington has enjoyed remarkably good health for several months past, the season has ap proached when cholera morbus and other dls easee usually attendant on summer. may be antieipatad. The utmost care, therefore, should be taken to avoid them- Clean sheets and alleys are not among the least prevsp tives of disease, and disinfecting agents should be freely made use of to promcte or to pre serve the public health. The Set'itt'Jio American oontaina an inter esting article on the subjsctof aunltory sub stancea. and it ia as folio*! : " Aa the warm woatber ia now at hand, It will no doubt be very useful information to many persona to be told what are the best eub stanoes for removing offensive odors from sinks, Ac. Copperas, or aulphate ot iron, in a very exoelleat substance for slushing drains and siok3 By dissolving half a pound of it in a pail of hot water, and throwing i: into a eink once per week...

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

V?- NING STAR. "THE LUT LSAT " ?T OLIVER WSWDILL KOUflS. "I *aw him once before, At he by the door, And Hgain The pavement stou s resound," As he totters o'er the groud With his cane. "They say that in hi* prime, Ere the pruning knife of Time Tat him down, Not a better man wis found, By the crier on hi* round '1 hrough the town. "But "ow he walks the streets, And he looks on i II h? meets Had ami wnn; And he shaken his feeble bead, That he seem* an if he said They arc gone. '?* The tnou marlte ratt On the Hps that he hat prett In their ?*r<J the names ht iored to hear Mate h'en carred for many a uear On the toirifi. "My xr^ndmama has said ? P<K.r lady she is dead Long ago, Tba' he had a R^man nose, An J his cheek was lika a rose lu the si.^w. "hut now his nose is thin. And it lest upon his chili Like a staff: And a crook is in bis back, And a cj- lauch .ly crack In his iaugh. " I know it is a sin For me to sit and gnn . At bun here; Hut his old three-cornered kra, Ar.d his bn ...

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

the weekly star. Thtt witoM Family and Newa Journal? tatrrtng a |i'<W rwUmtr of tatrrwdaf readme thai run b# focr Unaayoilw?tepuLlisbedoe Pauirtajr 4 ? _ ccrpj, per auuun? tt TO cvrM. fire nty mw?????????!??>?????? *13^ {. IITtKUlLT t> tDVtfri. CzT" Single copiea (in wrapper*) enn be procr*^ at the counter, immediately after the lmb* of Uio paper. Pn??*? Tiiaxi caara. Form At Lf%a wh? art *? afent* wflJ he alow jJ a .-on:. *??-? of tw. ntt r*e? e ?*ut.? - ? .??-? ? -j . .u-?, 'p'jm ?J?' laftlmi tttt: ttentno star pobmsehd F.VEr.y apterkoop, (T?XC0PT SONUAF^ AX ihs Star HuStlJrjr, renin* JV?fc*W?*w?A mvtnvs ani F'w h *tre*t, Br w. D. WALLAfH, Will he ?erv .1 to anh-criten In the r(tir* of Wa4? H.y>rz i nm, Akxiuulris, an^ P'.naif -Iphia, at 8!X AND A UlMilTER CENTS, piynh!e weekly to the Agent!. To mail M?b*Ciiber? the mibecription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND PIPTY CENTS a year in advarsr, TWO DOL LARS fhr SIX MONTHS, and G\B POLLAR <or THRFE MONTHS, ft^-^iauut Ct>?i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TCSSDAY ATtEMMiOM -***7 > SPIRIT OF Til KOM1KO PfcSM The Imttlligtnctr, on the authority of a Massachusetts gentleman, assarts that the per sonal liberty-act of the Legislature of that State will be inoperative, as the Governor, (over whose veto it was enaoted,) tot bettering It constitutional, will not giro the- requisite orders to lustra its due administration. The name journal republishes the following eard from General Quitman, appearing in the Nit ehei (MUs.) Courier: " ? Caen ?I have just read la the National Jntetfigonar of the 9th instant an editorial uoder ihe hesd of > Poohet Patriotism,' com menting, with vulture appetite, up n a calum nious ariole from the New York Sun. ?4 The authors vf these slanders know that, whatever may have been my connexion with the Cuban Junta it would not row be a proper time to make explanation*. 1 feci it, how. aver, due ;o oiht>rs, as well as my.-elf, to say that both the abave articles, ?o far as luey...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 July 1855

EVENING STAR. l^/h Isooal Intelligenoe. Citt CoTrwciLi?Boar J ?f Al4*unam.?The Board met yeat*rday after->oon at the anal hour, Mr. Prea drat Clark* in tba oha'r. The Major's communication eorerlng tba teport of tha inspector of fire apparatus for t ha month o( June last waa laid before tha Board; saying?tbat tba Pranklin'a engine is at tka shop cf t o Messrs Ellis for repairs. for want of which it oould not ba used at tba fire on Pennsylvania avenue on tha 24th ultimo that tba notion of tba Nortbarn Libanias re quires repairing; tbat that company have re ceived ?00 fea' of bosa, whioh is Ttrj food', that >he Colombia has not reeeived thair stw snotion from Baltimora, thocgh It is soon ax. ^ paotad. AUo, tha monthly bank report of tba Corpo ration, wherein it is shown tbat they are in* deb led to tha Bank of Washington in tha sum ?f $4 584 64 Also, an invitation from tba ebairman of tha committee of arrangements of tha Know Nothing party for tba calabration of tba ap prcaching...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 July 1855

EVENING STAR. HAFPIHE85. TV not in h??nty, th.a will fade. And pas like morning dew* away ; TSa not in all the charms of fame, Which like the ??UBttmer flower* decay. TIj d<>( in |<4.l or rm'j WhKh .;*aale like th* au??a hrifht beams ; *Ti? not in pleasure, this wrJI paaa Like joya of early, happy dreama. But *tum virtue bright and fair, Whi.-h joya utfladiag can impart; It ia is kiixIneM?melting power, That ?o?tena down the stubborn heart. It i* m hope, which, like the ran, Make? earth with fairest floweret* bloom ; it .? in frtemUnip, warm and true, Watch lived the ?ame beyond the tomb. It ia in lov?, heavenly lore. The richest boon to mortala given ; That luva which tine can never change, But constitute* this earth a heaven. lawyer once approached a pretty Quakeress, and said she looked so charm ing he could't help giving her a kiss. 14 Friend," said she, 4* thee must not do it" " Oh, by Ileaven, I will." 44 Well, friend, as thou hast sworn, thee may do it; but thou must...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 July 1855

k ? THE EVENING STAR, * JTBLISIIEI) EVERT AFTERNOO!*, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) rki Star Bttildinrt.rormtr of Ptnmtylr vnia art^ti a?3 ?l$9e*lK street, By W. D. WA1LACH, T*IU beiervfd to subscribers by carrier* at SIX .AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable we?klv 1pth? Agent*; papers served in package* at 37# wati per month. To mail subscribe? the sub ?o iption priceU THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year in advan't, TWO DOLLARS fnr si* month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three TTionths; for le*s than three months at the rate of c?nt? a week. ITT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1855. NO. 780. THJ| WEEKLY STAR* This AlceUant Tmaalif and fli uiaiaf igTtaurvarWtyof lataractiagMadUg 0?<i caa be found In aay other?i? pobUahad ua tatur day morn lug. timi. r'.ngls oopy, per annum f I ftg r TOCtCM. Ti-n roplfi | in TwBty copi??.. || w HZr* Cask, t?TamiA?LT in aarasca . |T7e9lngleeoplfw(in wr*pprni)<*n br proanrwd at the counter, i nunediatei y afta the Unue at the paper priow?T...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 July 1855

.EVENING STAR. WASHIWeTOirCITY: THURSDAY AFTERXOO* i??T ?. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisement! in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B Pa?.*br. N W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S M PrrriserLL A Co., tfa&aa street. Boston?V. B- Palmer. Scollay's Building. ? m ?# |y Advertisements should he handed in l>y 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. Our Anniversary. To-day tre enter upon the third year of the Star's existence under it* present conductor, "who takes this occafiou tj return thanks to those who have appreciated his earnest efforts to make aservicable Washington city new-pa per, numbering many thousands here and else where, in all conditions in life. We celebrate this, our anniversary, by donning an entire new dress of type, which has cost U3 a heavy out Jay. We hare incurred this expense, notwith standing the dullness of the season, particu larly to enable us to...

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. — 5 July 1855

-EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tnr Kxow-Nothing Procksmo* left the City JI :ill for Knl>rHin.i shortly after 9 a. in , >esterdav. there to celebrate the day. Three military companies led the van?the Marion J?nd American Rifles of Baltimore, and the American Kiilcs of this city; all of whom made * very soldierly appearance They were fol lowed by the Union and Perseverance Fire t 'mpanie- among whom were apparently mingled inenil>ers of other fire companies; a doxen carriages, carrying their orator and reader. c : uni; tee of arrangements, Ac.; and then came a body of Know-Nothing citiiens of Washington, Georgetown, Alexandria. Bla densburg, Ac . of all age*, from extreme youth up. numbering, a* they turned from Pennsyl vania avenue up 15th street, 710. The "Baby Waker" brought up the rear They left Washington in fine leather; but of course got as ' streaked'' as they returned, by the ram, as their fellow-citixene who remained here? I be feather* and bright habiliment* of...

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. — 5 July 1855

EVENING STAR. SAY NOT MY HEART IS COLD. Say not my heart It cold, Because of a silent tongue; The lata of fruitless mould In silence aft hath hung. The fountain soonest spent, Doth babble down the steep; But the stream that ever went, Is silent, strong, and deep. The charm of a secret life, Is given to choicest thing* Of flowers, the fragrance rife, Is sent on viewless wings : We set not the charmed air Bearing some witching sound? Anil Ocean deep is where The pearl of price Is found. Where are the stars by day ? They burn though all uusoen; A.id love of purest ray, Is in the stars, I wet-n : I'mi..irked Is the gentle light When the sunshine of joy appear*, But sweetlv in sorrows night 'Twill beautify thy tears. AlK>LPHr? gets I.tsriRED ?' Dearest I "Will build thee a cot all covered with ivy, iu t?me secluded vale, clone by a purling brook, meandering over it* |?ebbly bottom incessant bubbling iu dulcet tinkling strains 'love, love, Jove,' where the atmosphere is redolent of ?un...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 July 1855

THE EVENING STAR, riBLlSHED EVERY AFTERXOO.f, (EXCEPT SUNDAYr) ' J rii Siitr Buildings, torntr of Ptmuylwn** artNtii and KUvmlh tlriff, By W. D. WALLACE, Will be ?ervrd tosubacribers by carrier* at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly ?o the Agent*; papers served in packagm at 37# c .ts per mouth. To mall subscribers the sub scription pricei? THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY TENTS a year in ndranee, TWO DOLLARS f<>r six months, and ONE DOLLAR for'three months: for less than thr?? months at the rate of U* cent* a week. {ET SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT i -Y STAR. VOL. M. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1855. * NO. 781. Thta excellent Famllri taint ng a greater variety of 1 can be found In aay other?4a published on tat or* day morning Single copy, per annum 91 %i to cLcaa. Five roplM (? ou Ten copies. 8 00 Twenty copras 16 W 117" Cash, ISViliaiT IJT AOVAXCS \TT Sin?lr copies (tawvappars) <*" ** Pf#f?Nl at the counter, Immediately after the lw?e of the paper. Prlco?T?*a* Cxjits. FosTMA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 July 1855

EVENING STAR W A8HINOTONCITY: FRIDAY AFTER!fOOJi .VJaly ?? ?GENTS FOR TILE STAR. Ths following persons art authorised to eon tract for the publication of advertisements In the Star: Philadelphia?V. B PalmsR N W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets Mew York?S M Psttuioih. A Co.. Nassau ?tree!. Boston?V. B Pai.*ir. So oil ay s Building Q^ADTiRTissMEXTs should be handed hi by If o'olock. M , otherwiie they may not ap- | (ear until the next day ? < m mm ? SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS The Union is of opinion th*t the Allies are. from the date of their late terrible disaster, tz> continue to meet with reverses The Union Also urges the Democrat.- to do staunch battle against Know Nothingism The Intelligencer argue? eloquently against the acquisition of foreign territory by the United States, and publishes the orations pf Messrs. Carlisle and Ellis delivered here on the fourth. An intelligent public will judge between the fitness of their respective senti ments. Missf.d thr Cars.?The ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 July 1855

EVENING STAR. LOCAL IHHI1IOEHCB. v^t* Fltis? Artillery?The following communication from the chairman of the com mittee of arrangements for the national cele bration of the Fourth, has reference to the failure of thie troop to join the procession. He corrects our misapprehension as to the circum lunces under whien they were ordered hither, which arose from the iact that we knew that there were previously no United States troops ia Washington to fire the usual national salute cd the occasion. The question left in issue i" roly that of the propriety of permitting the troops of the United States to participate in tie affair, after one portion of our fellow-citi ijd? had determined to make it a party affair by getting up a rival celebration tone attended by thoae who act with them politically We lake it for granted that this wa? the only rea son why the Secretary of War countermanded the order which we now understand to have been given before the Know Nothings pub lished their purpoee of...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 July 1855

EVENING STAR. VATE&VAL LOVE. The following lines are a beautiful ejgures tion of the mother's love in nil its forms. Their simplicity in atyle and thought adis to their charm. As 1 walked over the bills one day 1 listened, and beard a mother sheep say ??In all the green world there Is nothing so sweet As my little lammie with his nlinble feet. With eyes so bright And his wool so white. ?, he is my darling, my heart's delight The robin, he That sings in the tree. Dearly mav doat on his darlings four. But 1 love my one little lambkin more." Ho the mother sheep, and the little one, Side by side, lay down In the son. And they went to sleep on the hill-side, warm, "While my little lammie lies here on my arm. I went to the kitchen, and what did I see But the old jjray cat. with her kittens, three; 1 heard her whispering soft. rsaid she: ?'My kittens, with tails so cunningly curled. Are the pretti*?st things there can be in the world. The bird in the tree, And the old ewe, she Way love...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 July 1855

THE EVENING STAR, PIDLIAIIED EVEBT AFTERNOO.I, (EXCEPT ?U!fDAT,) -A? the guir Buildiagi rormtr of Pt*n*yl?a+ia avtmuo and Eltunth ?lrat, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be served to s.iheerlber? by carriers a; SIX AND A qi'AKTLR CENTS, payable Weekly to ifce Ageuts, papers served In package* at 37K ?ent* per month To mail subscribers the sub scription pricela THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS aypar ??a<ira???,TWO DOLLARS f?r elx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three months; for less than three months at the rate of UH cetiU a week. CTS1NOLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON ( SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1855. NO. 782. THE STAB. Tbtf eacniloai FaaaUvand Neva, talniim a rraeier variety of lateraati^ r?adiug :h.n caa b* fouitJ la any other ? U puVJisW aa ta'ui day ?Doming. run. Single copy, per annum f i ai rociiM. Flveeopiea |? go Ten copies 6 Ml Twenty copien ] jf ^ trr Cas?, tiVAtiuii m an*A.ic?. HT Singlecoptes (la wrappers) can be prerumd at It? counter, lmnmll^lalv aAer the Issue of Lb# papor. Price?...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 July 1855

,EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MTlKniY AFTERNOON July 7. AOEMT9 FOR THE STAR. The following persons an? authorired to ci>n tract for the publication of advoriiseraent* in the Star : Philadelphia?V. B PALMER, N W. corner of Third ?n<l Chestnut streets. ? New York?6? M Pr.TTiseiLL A Co., Nassau ?fret. Ikston?V. B Palver. Scollay's Building. Advertisements should be handed in tj 12 o'clock, M . otherwise they may not ap year until the next day. ? ? mmm ? ? THE WEEXL* STAR For the week ending to-day, U trulv an in ieresting number, containin a record of all important event*, foreign and domestic, in cluding the new? of the city and transactions e-f the department-* of the Government. Terms- 51 25 a year, or three cent? a number. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS. The Unum say? that England and France do Ji 't pretend to deny the terrible reverse their armies met in the recent attack on the Redan and Malu.koff Tower, at Sebastopol, and ac counts for the lack of American sympathy ?with t...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 July 1855

k EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? Not to my Kjowumk. Si*."?Yester day. John K:?n? ?ud John Connelly, were ar raisrned before the Criminal court charged ?with having made an assault upon William Tucker, (of the Seventh Ward,) on the night of the first Monday in June last. When we entered the court-house, Mr. Tucker was giving bis testimony ; according to which, on the night in question, he ap proached u hackman, near the National hotel, ??nd wished to engage him to take himsplf and ? small party t<? Mr. Bohlayer's, on Capitol hill, where, it was understood. the last named gentleman had prepared un entertainment for his political (Know Nothing) friends, and of which Mr. Tucker and his companions desired to partake. The hackni-'n, according to the complainant, refused to hire his hack, where* up<>n Mr. Tucker stooped to ascertain the number of his vehicle. W hile thus engaged, tome ore struck him. with, as he thought, a whip, cutting his fare, and prostrating him. tireat e...

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