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

EVENING STAR. 000 KH0W8 IT ALL. In the dim receas of thy spirit's chamber, I* then* some hidden grief thou may'st not tell I Let not thv henrt forsake thee; but remember His pitying eye, who tees and knows It well, Uod knows it all! And art thou tossed on billow* of temptation, And would do good, but evil oft prevails j O think amid the waves of tribulation When earthly hopes and earthly refuge fails? Uod know j It all! And dost thou sin, thy deed of shame concealing In some dark spot no human eye can tee Then walk ia pride, without one sigh revealing The deep remorse that should disquiet thee! Cod knows it all ! Art thou oppressed and poor, and heavy hearted. The heavens above thee in thick cloud* arrayed. And well nigh crushed ; no earthly thought im parted, No friendly voice to sav, ''Be not afraid !" God knows it all Art thou a monrner. are thy tear drops flowing For one too earlv lost to earth and thee ? The depths of jfrief no human spirit knowing. Which moan in secret, like t...

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. — 9 July 1855

THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tk? Btar Buildings, torner V Ptnnsjfltamim avenue ami EUvnth it reel, By W. D. WALLACH, Will baaarvod to aubaerlhara by oarrlarH at UX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payabl# waakly to tha Agents; paper* sarved In packagaa at 37# ^cots per month. To ni&U aabacribara tha aob acrfpUon priaats THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CUNTS ajraar*wad?<M?c#,TWO DOLLARS toi six months, and ONE DOLLAR for thraa inontto; for laaa than threa month* at tb# rata of centa a week C7" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C.; MONDAY, JULY 9, 1855. NO. 763. THE WEEKLY STAR. Fan*? aad N? t* fooad la aay otfcar?4a pabUabad oa Satar *? ? ? v? ' * X, ft , i TIIM. iQm SI 25 TO CUM. Plveaopiaa fi m Tan eoptaa. L ? u. Twenty aoplaa IS Ml ID" C*aa, iiuiuaiT is AprASca. lL/~ Sloglacopiea (In wrappers) aan baproearad at the aounuir. Immadiataty after the Usee of iLm ptpar, Price?Thki* Cura. romumsi wboact aa ageeta will be allowed a ocramlaaJon of twen...

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

EVENING STAR. WASHIirOTOir CITY: MONDAY AFTERNOON July 9. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisement* in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. Now York?S M PettixgillA Co., Nassau itrect. IWton?V B Pal*eb, Scollay's Building. Lfc Adveutisements should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PBE8S. The Intelligencer endorses the views of the Rochester (N. Y.) American in opposition to the peculiar sentiments of the Charleston Mercury "with reference to a dissolution of the Union, and insists that the groat body of the Ameri can people arc devotedly attached to the Amer ican Union. The Union ir.?ist3 that the Democrats are the real conservative party of the country, and notices the fact that the Pennsylvania Know Nothing estate convention, in session at Heading, Pa., last week, wont over on to the Massachusetts pla...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Fireworks Exbiiition !?We understand from Lieut. Symraes, in charge of the fire works. that they have been sufficiently repair* d to be exhibited tcuigkt, commencing at y p. m But in order to obviate universal dis appointment in some degree, thre4 successive, shots from a six pound gun at 7 p. m. will an nounce the postponement till the next evening (and soon till they are fired) in case the rain should again disable them (If the three guns nre not fired at 7 p. m., of course there is no postponement.) Some of tlio pieces are pro bably damaged, and it is presumed all are more or lew injured, for whicn the public will, of course, make due allowance. The display may be seen from the President's Mansion, cut undoubtedly the best stand-point is be tween the monument and bridge. It is hoped ?the public will keep clear of the dangerous premises on which tne fireworks are immedi ately located. PROGRAMME OF FIREWORK*. Courantine Rockets igniting Marrows, fl...

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

EVENING STAR. ?oxnriAnr vjiarai. On lowland marts and marble dome*, Still craven vassals gave ; But never yet on mountain top Was born or dwelt a slave. On mountain top the prophet first God's awful mandates Dore: On mountain peak the dove did rest, That Hew the deluge o'er. Then ye, whose heart doth weary beat, With care or sorrow riven, Come, climb with me Slieve Callan's brow. And let vour thoughts, like Titan's, now Ascend from thence to heaven ! The scholar hath a quiet look Within .lis cloistered cell, He poreth o'er some goodly book T i Li peals the veeper bell. But though his life unruffled flow*, Like gentle streams that glide All smooth and still, through level plains, With sunshine on their tide, That student pale, I envy not? Such guise ill suiteth me, Oh, better flu-, the wave tossed lake,* The pine crowned crag, the forest brake. And step o'er heather, free! The trickling rill that cools your lips, Soft flowing thro' the glen: Or else the spring that burst from rock*, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 July 1855

THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) . ?t tkt Star rorner of P*nn?ylv*nia acenm and EUvtulk Strtet, By W. D. WALLACH, Will be served to nabaorlbere by carrlvs at SIX A.NDA QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents; papers served in packages at 37% cents per month. To mall subscribers the sub vert ption price Is THR EE DOLLAR9 AND FIP - TY CENTS a year in advance. TWO DOLLARS lor six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three months at the rate of X2% cent* a week. ID* SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1855. NO. 784. to ucu. Flveeoplar ?ls on Ten eoplea ? mi Twenty copies tf gy Cash, tivituut n a&vakcb. .C7- Single to pie* (U wrapper*) can be procured at the count**. fmiMdlntelv after the Issue of IL? paper Price?Tbbbi Cists Postkastbks who act a* scents win be allowed a oominisslon of twwty per oent INHALATION FOR TRI CrRE OF ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. NEW and VERY WOyDERFUL .' ! ! .Brought home to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIWOTOir CITY: TUESDAY AFTERNOON.. July 10. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persona are authorized to oon tract for the publication of advertisements in the Star: Philadeipbiar-V. B. Palmbr,N W. ooroer of Third and Chestnut streets. N?w York?S. M Pkttuou-l & Co., Nassau ?trect. . Ike ton?V. B Palmer, Scollay '? Building. Q^ADTBunrfvEHTS should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. r SPIKIT OF THE MOBimrO PBE88. The Inttlligtnctr republishes a fourth of July oration delivered by General Cass, at Detroit, of which it says: "Besides being, from the characteristic beauty and vigor of expression of the distin guished orator and its patriotic sentiments, ?worthy of being spread before our readers, we think itt due to our elder statesmen, when they come forward on national occasions and speak to their countrymen, away from the topic? and trammels of party, that what they paj should receive the respect of general dis semin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 July 1855

EVENING STAR. '.LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. The Citv Cor.xciLS.?The Board of Alder men met yesterday at the usual hour. Mr President Clarke in the ehair. The report from the Intendant of the M lum was laid before the board, and duly re ferred. J ? Mj ,?n?y Pr/*ntpd a petition frrfm Francis ' et aJ' opening an alley in square a* ^ i 10 improvement committee. Mr. Uayly reported from a special committee of the aldermen of the Second Ward, a bill for the relief of Henry Saunders; parsed. Mr Miller presented the petition of Dr. C. A Storrow, et at, complaining of the condition of an unfinished building on the corncr of F und 21st streets; referred to the committee on health. The chair laid before the board a lower board's bill, authoriiing the construction of a *twer in square 533 ; passed. Mr Pepper presented the petition of G. Bailey, and others, for grading and paving an alley in square 570; referred to the improve ment committee. Mr. Pearson moved to discharge the claims ci mm it tee from th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 10 July 1855

EVENING STAB. ("From the Philadelphia Sunday Mercury ] TO XT FELLER CITIZENS. 0!f LICK** 1ITSIIII'. I sang about the "Skwlrt" lately In stravnes that tuck; And now I tewn my harp To uther subjecs. The greatest evil of the day Is drfnkin' licker ; And 1 rayse my warnin' voice To all ray feller citizens, To warn them of their danger. There's hardly e young feller About this town out loves To take a soshel horn, and Sometime* too, thev get upon a bust And break things all to smashes. Now doin' so is what I want to make 'em Quit, For jest as shure as tney j Keep on, they'll waist tnelr Time and rnunny, and prehapa Injur their helth. Thar's an old feller Reals about the strete* Most evry day, that cusses Dr- tie, and its licker Makes him do it. Now ef You don't intend to do as he does, You mast quit coin' to The grocerysand imbybin', Or you may get to be like him. "A HIGH OLD FOURTH OF JtLT."?The Alba. ?y Knickerbocker says: "Anong the gentlemen who went In for a 'high oi?l Fourth of Jul...

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

k THE EVENING STAR, , ^PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERHOOH? (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt Star Butldtn^s. corner 0/ Pennsylvania avenue ami Eleventh street, By W. D. WALLACE, WBI be served to subecribers by carriers at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*; papers served la packages at 37 cents per month. To mall subscribers the sub scription pdcel* THREEDOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS z year in advantt, TWO DOLLARS /or six months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for lens than three months at the rate of cents a week. . CJ" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, 1855. NO. 785. OR. L. B. WRIGHT'S UNT AILING "SCROFULOUS ANTIDOTE,"' Jbr tkt Permanent Curt of CONSUMPTION and all other forms of SC ROFULOVS DISEASES. THIS Medicine is prepared by an eminent phy sirtan of eighteen years practice in New York city, during which time he tias constantly used it with the most unbounded success, and created for M a reputation in private practice, unequalled in the histor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 11 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HiyQT0H CITY: WEDNESDAY AFTERX90X Jalj 11. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons aro authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Petti*cill A Co., Na?^ street. JJ?*ton?V. B. Palmer, Scollay's Building. |*y Apvertisemksts should be handed in by 12 o'elock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SFIBIT 07 THE MORHING PEE88. The Union again reviews the dolorous pros poets of the Allies in the Crimea, and treats its readers to a pretty strong pro-Russian ar ticle, in the course of which the editor says with equal force and justice: 41 As an offset to this 'check,' the British papers and the Anglo-American press dwell with peculiar complacency on tho exploits of the allied fleets in the sea of Azoff, which greatly resemble those cf the British in the Chesapeake during tho late war, when so many oyster-boats were captured, and such havoc...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL iwtzlligxhcz. ? ? Cosyictio* or Raglan.?On Monday a mu latto man named George raglan wu arraigned before the Criminal Court, charged with hav ing, towards the cl?>*e of May last, instigated by the Devil, inflicted blow- on the head of Francis Fitxnatrick. with ?? swingle-tree; front the effects of which. several day* thereafter, death ensued i t tho Washington Infirmary. It appears that Raglan had gone to the stable in which Fitxpatrick was employed aj n hostler; an altercation ensued between them and a personal rencontre, when Raglan seiied a swingle-tree, and with it inflicted the blows on Fitxpatrick After the latter had been re moved to the Infirmary, m-iyiin a pvtu scixed upon him, mortification of tho wounds ensued, and he died. It wa? supposed by one of the physicians that death was produced by the joint causa of the drinking habits of the de ceased. and the effect of tho blow. We were not present during the trial, but such we learn ed from a gentleman ...

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

EVENING STAR THE FLO WEES' PXTITIOH. We flowers and shrubs in cities pent, Froot fields and country places rent, (\V ithoutour own or friends' consent;) In desperate condition, Vet on no wilfnl outrage bent, l>o humbly here petition. "Whereas, against our silent Wilis; With loss of sun and purling rills, Cooned up in p<?ts, on window tills, In rickety old boxes? The city's breath our beauty kills, And makes us gray as foxes. Condemned in walls of brick and lime, In narrow beds of clay and slime, To ope our buds and shed our prime? We need some kind defender; We pray, oh, let us live our time, As we are very tender .' Oh, cheat us not of Heaven's dews, IVor air (however stale) refuse; God knows 'tis little we can use, So choked are all our vitals, No slightest care will we abuse; Nor fail in fond requitals. We'll breathe our delicate perfumes: We'll glad your eyes with choicest blooms; But do not shut us up in rooms, Or stifliug crowuwl places? The ?ky. in clouds and light, ass...

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

THE EVENING STAB, PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON* (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) A* tk? St*' Buildtnf*. ?rnt of Ptntwylvmia avenue and Klevtntk street, By W. D WALLACE, WUl be served to subscriber* by carriers at SIX AND a QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents, paper* served la packagss at 97% crate per month. To mall subscriber* the sub scription price U THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year m? adroat#, TWO DOLLARS far tlx months, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for less than three months at the rate of l i <4 cents a week ICT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. THB WEEKLY STAR. rami News J< tainlng a ean be found in any day morning. U*n pvbUahed on Sam Sing* eopy, per annam VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1855. NO. 786. f 1 * to oarae. Five eoples w Ten eoptes I 00 Twenty eopiee 14 UO ICT Cats, ivriauui is itvuca jessstsasys-'' paper Priee?Taaaa Cbbts. PosTKASfaas who aet MI a commission of twenty pet eent. the i of th? DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S UWPAILUe "SCROFULOUS AOTIDOTE," for tk4 Perma...

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

EVENING STAR. W A 8HJH0 T 0 H_CITT: THI HSDAY AFTERHM7I Illy It agents for the star. The following persona are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisement* in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palm an, N. W. corner of Third a ad Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pettisgill A Co., Nassau ?treet. Botton?V. B Palmer, Scollay's Building. QF* Advertisements should be handed in by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT 0? THE MOBHIHG PRESS. The Union controverts statement of the Courier and Enquirtr (of N. Y.) with refer ence to the controversy between General Scott and the administration, over the accounts of the former. . The InteMgtnetr -ays of tho Reciprocity Treaty Commission about to sail for the fish ing grounds: "We learn that after several interviews at the State Department, which have been con ducted in the most friendly spirit, it has been agreed that the Commissioners shall commence their important duties in British waters, and the...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. . Sale ok Paixtisgs To-Morrow ?Mr H. N. Barlow. to whom the citizens of Washing ton are indebted for many beautiful gems of the pictorial art. will well to-morrow afternoon :Me4*uire. auctioneer.) the large and valuable c<>'!e<*tioa of paintings now on exhibition in the saiwon over Farnham ? bookstore We have h?ui the pleasure of seeing these picture?, and, with other*, have been delighted with the ex hibition. Among the more interesting are the lollowing named: ? Death of Di?lo,M by Pauls Veronse; paint ed in 1570. This painting wu bought at Stewe House, the seat of the Duke of Bucking ham The date on the old canvass is 1570. . 41 Rebecca at the Well," by Nicholas Pous sin; bom 1594; also trom the collection at Stowe This painting is in the best manner of Pous sio. The date on the old canvass is 1640. the time when Poussin was painting his best pic ture*. It u wcrthy a place in some public in stitution. A painting, (subject unknown.) by Ha...

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

THE PLOUGHS A*. Tearing up the stubborn soil Trudging .drudging, toiling, moiling, "and, and feet and garment* soiling >> bo would grudge the ploughman '?Toll ? ^ et their * lustre in Lis eye, Borrowed from yon glowing ?kv ? And there'# meaning in his glance. That bespeak no dreamer's fWiea? For his mind has precious lore Gleaned from nature's sacred store Tolling up yon weary hill. He has worked since eariy morning, T.*rid,7?t\arul Pl^?re ?c*rni And he s at his labor still Though the slanting western beam, Quivering on th* glassy stream, And >on old eim's lengthened shadow Tell Lhat thC v<?*nt meadow, Tell that shadowy twilight grav Cannot now be far away Wipe" ^ bro^~ . KS I?!* W1 "un H descending Marks his shadow far extendi**-. it? Ume t0 (lUit tlie PloUghT }JT*?ry man and weary steed M eU ome food and respite need; *is the hour when bird and bee seek repose, and why not he ? t atuJe Iov<* 'be twilight best, Let the toil-worn ploughman rest' ^who nursed upon the b...

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

THE EVENING STAB, . (BLISUEU EVERY AFTERNOON, (BXCEPT SUNDAY.) Al tkt 8t<tr Buxl imgi. torner of Pnm*ylt*nia avtnu* atui Elertnlk street, By W. D. WALLACH, WW banerred to subscribers by oarrlara at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weakly to the Agenta; papers Mrved in packages at 37^ cents per month. To mail subeeribers tba sub scription price Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CBNTS a year \nadvano. TWO DOLLARS fur iU montha. and ONE DOLLAR for three monthe; for lens th.ui threa months at the rate of eeaU a we#>k . ICT SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT (fbmina VOL. VI. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1855. NO. 787. DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S OTCTAIiniG "SCBOFULOUS ANTIDOTE," For the Permanent Cure of CONSUMPTION and all other forms of SCROFULOUS DISEASES. THiS Medicine is prepared by nn eminent phy sician of eighteen years practice in New York City, during which time he has constantly used it With the mwt unbounded success, and created <'or tt a reputation in private practice, unequalled in the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 13 July 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINOTOW CITY: mi DAY AITEH^ttON July 13. AGENTS FOR THE STAR. The following persons are authorized to con tract for the publication of advertisements in the Star : Philadelphia?V. B Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M PettixgillA Co., Nassau Street. Boston?V. B Palmer. Scollay's Building. I ? < |y ApvrRTiSEME5T^ should be handed in by 12 o'clock M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. SPIRIT OF THE HORNING PRESS. Tho Union, discussing the plea of the Know Nothing leaders that they are not aiming to ?proscribe men on account of tho manner in which they worship God, say?: ' Indeed, we see it stated that the Arkansas ^?et. Albert Pike, has g"tie so far as to assure Lis hearers that fhcre is no hostility to the Catholics on the part of the Know Nothings! rihis is genuine romancing, and shows how readily evil communications corrupt g?<od manners. We do not know which is more en titled to condemnation?the sincere adoption...

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

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Abt*fctio!* Cask?Wc copy the follow in? from the Baltimore American, of thi; morning: ?? On Saturday night last. a girl named Kin eline Palmer. aeed fourteen year?, left the rcf idence of her father in Georgetown, D C.. >ind came on to thi? city in the company of a man named MiKendrcc Dean, who had gained her affection?. It was not known to her parent* whither she had gone, nor was it suspected that she was with Dean, as no knowledge was had of any intimacy between them. A party was found who stated that they both left in the same train for this city, and on Tuesday after noon the father came on in search of his child. The police were informed of all the facts in possession of the father, and at six o'clock the captain of the eastern police station was re quested to put his officers on the watch. About nine o'clock that night, officer (latter found the house to which Dean had taken her. and where he had been living with her as his wife ever since...

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